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j i f - THE SALT IiAKK TIMES. SATUKUA1, 8 E t I E M 15 Eli 0, ltw. been thoroughly eoaked und as then squeezed dry as possible, or green grass, 0r in fact anything that is dump. top of Ms loyor, which should be aSout six indie thick, you place the clams in their sheila. These clams should he washed thoroughly. They are generally piled in a heap in the center and around the edge the green cota is luid. Ihia corn must be only partially shucked, one layer of the shuck at least hi lng left. Iho chickens auiltn to be cooked ore also placed around the clams, rcstirg on the seaweed. These may be wrapped in $ fto COOK IN CAMP. probably the Earliest Method of Dr; 'paring lood-- An ve MeaL k; I Tf) &ET UP A DELICIOUS MEAL 1C6 I pertinent Pointers on the Prepar- - II t. 0f jood W hen You are Tak ing a Summer Outing. paper II you l.ke, cr may simply he put into their places with nothing around them. On the top of the whole thin- - you pile up more seaweeed or damp hay imd then cover tho heap with a piece of c am . a if you have it or eanh if you can get noth-ing else. This covering must be sulhcitnt to keep the steam in. The bake takes trouj two to three hours before it is finished. When the heap is opened tho clams and corn ai-- feowiriilly eaten with melted but-ter, a good store of which should be ready Now a bake can bo, had when you huve neither clams nor sea fish, for any kind of food may lw cooked in this steaming heap. The bake, therefore, is ''legitimately a method of cookinK for the woods as well as the shore, and ft most capital motnod it is, too. In default of hay or gross sweet ferns may be used with pleasaut results, and squirrels, partridges, trout or black bass cooked in this way are, perfectly Alfred Balch. L V.-W- hen find W I York, Aus. you ; rifintiiewoodboronthe waves you '1 I discover that you have an appetite f ido of which your home desire for F art tho mouse is to tho mountain. . I'd eat ami eat yet again is tho rule i one's outdoor' tifnes, even though r but for a day. Gargantuan stores C!l therefore, are necessary to keep a f' I j' sood humor, and he hath the " ' Lhouor who is the most noble cook. ; . I may be done with the frying pan in r , banuSl nor are the results to be ob-- i L from the pot hanging on the tripod It in tho coals to be despised, libably the method of cooking which Idiscovercd by Adam and Eve before Il fcirth of Cain' 01 whick wail tne first 3 fed by the immediate descendants of anthropoid apes, was roasting with S I There are many methods of doing I which resolve themselves naturally it ;vfogrc:i'classes the right and the li The latter may be Ignored, as al-- s I any one has braius enough to discover Ir himself- - The former, hqwever, is Ih describing, if only for tho delicious I Its which may be arrived at through fwhile the general pracess is the same Ii cuses. the details vary with the food. I the first rule to remember is that the I ffiH be far more satisfactory if pre- - II over coals than it will if a fire that rmebc the source of the heat. Flame lis smoke, and smoke implies creosote (other oils of wood which are not pleas- - the taste, while a generous bed of k crimsoning and paling with the within them, cooks the meat or fish h Ily and perfectly. If the things to be l are small, as are birds, for example, t.itch stuck in the ground, with the I impaled on the other end, will serve, lay event do not cook over the coals. Ii' a bank of them against a stone or a I of dirt, and cook in front or at one I If you have a plate let it catch the i. ings, and if you have "none then a of bark will serve your turn. .Be fill, however, not to let the bark catch I the article to be cooked be large, such I iih or steak, planking it is as good a Ihodasany. In default of a plank the (side of a split log answers perfectly. Ben your fish or steak to the wood with Is if you have them, or pegs if nothing : lisathand, place it in front of your Ik of coals, nearly upright, and then It patiently for th cooking. It cooks li ly, and you must theref ore give it all time it needs. It is always a good plan lave a second fire, from which fresh Is may be drawn as they are needed. Cy people there are who do not know a to plank shad or other fish, and per-ls a few directions may not be out of le. Secure a plank of oak not less than I inches thick, and of course of sufficient Ith and length. Split the fish down the Ik, remove the back bono and nail the I to the plank, skin sido in. Then open I front of the stove, get a lot of bright lis together, swab the fish with melted Iter, stand tho plank up so the fish will 1st, butter it lightly from time to time I serve it on the plank. If it is properly Iked you will never forget your first of the dish. But this is a discur- - cook large joints by one of these camp is merely an obvious extension of tho Ilohods already described. Drive two into the ground and lash to them a pole. Kuke together a large bauk of lis on one side, or if you like you can Ike tip two banks. Hang the joint la piece of string, or a twisted bark II to the cross pole and catch the livings in a plate or dish of bark. If L have but one bank of conls you can ft up a bark screen on the other side of I meat to prevent wasse of the heat. In Is case, however, you must continually In the joint, or you will have it half Iked and half raw. uese methods of toasting, broiling or sting for they are modifications of all lie are certainly primitive enough, nor parry them out do you require any other II than the ax. But baking may be dono I the woods, with nothing except what i can find anywhere. Find a small and cast along the bank until you Pie to a tiny waterfall. Wade iu aud, ding down, grope in tho bottom of f pool just below the fall. The knees are you shull find a deuise le clay, which you can dig up in lumps t li your sheath knife. With the ax or a l iU stone pound this out into a rather In sheet a little under half an inch in I'tness. If the clay is of the right kind fre will be no stones in it, but if there puld be pick them out. Having cleaned ftf fish lay some twigs of the black birch lit and then cover it with the clay, being ftful to pinch the edges of the fold close Bother. Prepare us many fish as you p to eat in this way and bury the bun-- p in the coals. When they are done, pica will be within an hour, break them f"i and eating, thank me for having Nat you the method. fiiis method of cooking may be applied jiaythiug having a skin. If you wish to treat meat, such as steaks, chops or fsts, you must first wrap it in something fich will prevent a contact with the clay. Irthis purpose ordinary paper which has In well greased will answer perfectly, r' 'a the woods paper cannot be easily 'nd, and one has to hunt up stsubstitute. jusU found in the first paper birch tree see, aud the inner sheets of bark are Ptw than the outer. Wrap the meat Foully, tie it up and then put the clay I"Mid It. Of course you wilt give the "die a time to cook proportioned to the I'ount of meat in it. During the process looking the clay will crack open, but llswilldonohann. The most ltnportaut Ft of this method is preparing the clay, p'to should be hammered and worked J1"' it is tough like putty. The sheet r be even in thickness. Ine of the most primitive methods of fJln known to men is steaming. The 'vensT' in the South Sea Islands, the i"" in Terra del Fuego, the "kitchens" all depend on steam for the :t- - In this country we have the same ag in the feasts so dear to the memory tuose who have enjoved them under the toe of clambakes. The principle upon icq a clambake is run is that when tn-- seaweed is brought in contact with stones steam is generated, and this C0( the food. Make a shallow pit in p sand or soil aud line it with stones Athe 8ize f your head. On these build ?od Are, which should burn for not less two hours. Rake the fire and coals leaving the stones bare. You can, if "ke, heat tha stones in a fire away 01n the pit and transfer them when hot, " t.he 0Dly thin8 necessary is to have Pit lined with hot stones it does not 0iuch difference where they are - ico. Only do not leave any more coals lJ you can help in the pit. .va top of these stones you place a layer oamp-n-wet- seaw-eed, that variety rockweed being the best. In de-- Seaweed youcen use haitah3S XV ribbonwork or any decorative needle-work. Such a screea may frov.i '3 upward. A liaagi-- jr of iu;tu-- ', friao I at the lowor ed;re and painted with a Crt'i!nco and crime, is pit t ly in a country parlor. A blooming flower t of begonias will siMFt:ni?3 thrives in suc a place in tho room and fill tip th s;,oa with be.r.-.r-- . A jar.lmitw p'.accd before the Hreplacj aud iUiod v. i: h tVms is tr.ro t.) grow if wtll watered. Xt-- York Tribune. To Cover the Open Grate. There is hardly any problem whit a refined householder faces so hopelesely fire. The gorges eSnism of open work iron .tore man leaves there to taie Ue place cannot be endured. K m grate bttr the grate in its place to f thestS cheerful fires that were. But the Ste hopelessly gatbers dost , n ?he country a pleant way of settling SfwaVo'te screen. shirred sOk, --" probably the W a gcreeni hnng vnth P.H"r';ci --.1 yi--'ur-o. ( 1TY BUNDS lOll N.IU"'; Yl( v T!o!intit (:','') Doll ir ef Fhc (.')) i.r i i t .!! Luke 1 1 y I.imi N for vo t. VfTV'' IS I,E :v y i',!V!N T.T OV i t.ii' Ih il'iv s .f !;. A. 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SALT LAKE CITY -f-t- 1 &?S. ktlta (Iti, Pat t' P 'ii'.v Ht.;b itk-n- adoikos-- I L J LllJJ.' jnvj J. o jacws, rr. l.. .L v n L..--, jii 4--P 0 13 S4J i ! L-- y xrttyj- - , .P.rI4i ;TfSeVl V"1 :' TT 1 1 . f Co. M. Scorr, Ji (i,itsnKxvtsn II. S. nrxnim I'residfiit. VUr-lTt'- si letit. Srwiuf. GEO. M. SCOTT & CO, nixi;roK.iTs:r.) --3DIILAIIH Hardware and Metal, Steves, Tinware, Hill Findings, Els. AOLNTSFOUthe IXhlgs Wood Fulley, lUfiblln' tM Wlri rUfA Vncuum C) Under and ICtijrina t.)il, llcrt tilm I'owdwr. .Vtl Ktnf!n ari l Hod m. Mack Injector, Itn lT.il Snile, Jetlouou Uorw Wlutn, Ui'u I'uinp Miners' and UliuksiniUia' Tools, Klc 1G8 MAIN STREET, Salt Iakc C.i.ty., - - Utah A. L WILLIAMS, Second Dtxir North of Poatoillcs, cct-- s --fV3r:rr xzz R. G. PLEASANT VALLEY, CASTLE GATE Anthracite, Charcoal, lUuc.snillh and I'l'lrou. Varils Cor. Fifth West und Second South. Telephone! No. 171J, Health is Wealth! Dll. K. ('. Vt'KSI NiitVK ANII IlKAIX TltKAT- - mknt. a ituar.itite' d tor Iiyster.a. C' nvu.s.ons. l's .'evvous Ne.rilicia. licadache. Nervon- - caused i v the t.l . ol alcohol or tot a; to. V a;' ulnei-s- . M n.a. Depression, 8 iftu!ui Of th t6.ll til.. In inxanltv an-- l le.ul n? tD ui s ry, deciy a 11 li 'tit i. IT nu t ire Did Ae. Ilarre.if.e- - of IViw. rln i ltier mi. Involuutmy L aud Spiiriuatorrhiea ca uet by oie:-- t 0:1 of ihe bram. or i'idnlK.-i'- . Kach box contains one moiitis treatni'ti1. tl.OI a box. or six i'o.f'.s tor .SIM, sent hy mail pi epiid on receipt o! WE GUARANTEE S'X BOXES To cure any case. With each ord-i- r by us for six boxes, acc.i'.np.ia'fl I .v.t'.i t '..no we will send the purchaser our wtltt-- n ttar tot to refund the m n if tho tre umnal does not olTei t a cure. iuai antees issue I only bv John-so- Druggists, 4 Main St, halt Lake City, Utah. ncoporatcd, April 10, 1300. Totra Hcijs. Biiili:i inm, J. T. I.TM ii, F. I'. Mtiiirvs is. 11. U llirmn. 1 (n-u-i r! Mmajpf. Salt I'iko, Uttih. TliU company I juirely a hom insili it.iui. otfMiiU'.il M iy. ami tnosi r HpiM'tliiliv luvile tint attention of tim i.i il, .iri iif (nutate t, .ilhr fur home ur lor nlt', lo iho liMit. I .i .ty uii't !lr-fi- t a oii ... ii .Mien (irrwnf d iv lliU rU nt rot-litgi'- when Coiiitilmcil. W einlitt tli u I n-- am nit'it jrnr 'd ' rir Ihun th mdimiry rusiin luiiiiiltiK, llui hci'iiohm ml l.eintj inniitt nut put loeiher liy m. fliiufv". Ilittri bv nmkiuif lli work porfi-cil- t tU nr-- no pt-.-- nl Cn fur-nisi- i i'iliiiiili". Iiikc tiiiiiriu. and fotiip .do lunMiiitf'i fin Iihim Th" fU I of Iho puolio I UltMt roopra'tftllfy nol.ril.eil (Illicit :u l JM-- i N. '.'W VVniAl j ITUltll Ti'lllplo Hi li'fl. I Emihm Our flam aril Trirw Mm Tua 6ai!i firemfiimm II, A. CANDRIAN, STEAM GRINDER ind dealer In Uarbers' Suppllon. Our facilities for Rrltidlntr nnd s Kiizom. clippers, rilieara aud Knives uie uniiurjiaiised. CHINA DECOKATOKfS. No, 105 E, FirAt South Street, Oppaiff fluff Lake Citv Cittt HM-Franklin Fire Insurance Co., Of Philadelphia. Organized 1S20. -.- - Charter Perpetual Assets, - - 53,174,357.04 Insurance Reserve, l,765,2LH.7i Continental Insurance Company, Cash Ciir.ifal, - - $ I,OlkV "'.'') IiiHUiauon Kcrtorvo, - --M AHMotH, - C,l7,TT-J.'.- W'l.rn you nm hw n pMcy th.it ynj rxpect to he worth 2Ckx) in taic of fire, y u s!iou! l imrsti-it- e th com-pany with the same care ta.it you w-.i- I ut: ut lei hn that sum. No States in the I'nion have ni wr insuran; e laws as New York and I'cr.n ;yivanu. Call at our office for copy of the Safety FunJ Lav. This Jaw preve nts tin: failure of a compmy ly ereat trnih-ration- s, l.'nder thh uv none of the surplus fund can Ixj tiiviiiccl amonjj stoekh'.M-:r- . V-A- h ive t ? h- M ( r the security of policy holders as hn ; as a policy remain in furcc DAVIS & STRINGER. ;23 Wt Ilt3s 1 mo lor eat o( tu.ma H r. ! SPF,GIAI our Atiti-t;o:- i corner of btcond esi and Tenth S,ith, with fine tree- on all I streets and alkys, w the choice suWivi-- I sion atljoinin, the city. Tics are now , distributorl and cars will be running onj Second West and Tenth South within sixty days. Lots at original price until August 1st only. j Davis & Stringer.4 ' 03 flici-.i- t I'.o'ircn. i I" the rfr'.o w nr 1 f r 'V TVrJ Ju-- j Jii'iAl ; ft Ji v,:,.ry. Cii;u:y .if .r.: La'. S. V. ij, P.:.: ti v-- . as ts..!:sv.!y. J ."H J. M t Hu l,. S::, r:. .:li.ai.c a G. W .. t ;,,t I ji M;. ; j .A.t.si. K'.-l- r.l l.a .. i.aiVfl i. 1. iV.i.r.-- . Mi- - ti'i .;. I... t , i I ?a.ftb CVnr.::v. I t I.. Ii ::(.. an t.. W. v..- it r. t ,;. r. s. ra . M:.tir. M t . i:. v. I ster K . .'. . V. .i i.ii'.. Si N..1-- ! M ,v W .iirr. .1..- - --,'i i... Wii.t.-- r i :...rlt i:. ;ta::v. ,t,- t.i.l- - I'l'liv !i:0PT: Of TH!-- . TrUHl.OKY v I f;:i'i i:r-t'- t l lo T n::; ' t.n: :it! JnM"a J. Col n M r . i '', S . . t th n. U.nt. up n t;. Ua-t.- -n il .. I K.lmr! . 1,. , ,r:,.'a. S.,i i.:cl I.iyt.i.;, 1.1 ;.U'l:i f .. .i.. . I..i,-- Ii. L. I) 'i.. , j.ii'lM-- . i . V .11' . h i ! i t. r';iu:h ;. Wit, Tl. :, i . U .: ; r. , H c i.,r.li;. Uln-- 1.'. i.Xii r : '.iv W ,ur. Jofii o. Wlut rami M.okvii'iufit.x. i Ji' f.. duns; on n;r htnliy rtvi.irs il to n;ni-- r la m no titin lir iusrlit u. . vo.i !iv i u- .i!mi uhmvI il:i:mi!! in t. 0 .jrli t 0. art ..I i. .. i i Utrtuwit tlu- T v "T .v nit answer thinsuamt IMvit t.l !,,- -, ta iliiys, ip l.i iive nf the .lay r v alt.-- r the RITVifiMHl ynU 111 laiSrtlOi.Mlou, It s ; wilh'inliis I'duaty: r, If i"h1 m.i hi fi k rnuniy. hut In thin ilNtiiit, villi u ila;.n; iiIHitwIm Within ;orty ilav-- or t by ili'tamt will ln taUrti a ;u',i-- you, ;k.'-- i ontiiu- - to tin- - prayer ot salu r. nip,alu"t. The na.tl ni'tinu Is bmtlKht to li.ive H ileiT of this ouit .itl iUil ; Mc set!,! ('c;'ihI tll t i u.iv.i no or iiileresi w atev-- m th't rc i .ia iir.'P'Mtysiiiiii'ela n't l.a..eil!y und c nui-v- I :h. l.'ln.' lot !. I. It 1 plai li, ,ilt L. k I 'it. surv.y i.n.l tiit t'.eyamle ii'h of tli-- ia te for"ViT i nl 'u vl iiiitt il' barrtsl from axtcrtiii.: ui.y cmtiiw ist'-i- ': t", or to Kil.l prop r v ,.,l vei-- e w p a nt ff alJudK'iiK aa.l !!; u r pia nt.lt to l. t; e .uvu.-- r in lee of n i.i p:,.p irtv. atul t'.iai the everjl ela in of .'e.ci'.ilati s opi'ia'- as u c'yril t plulntiff s tite: ituifin g iiud coi tlr-- u.r plaiittiiT iu hi- t lie to tlu o. ("! on of f; la pr inlsen. atul for mhor and further reil' f at:t Ut cwt it vilt. And yon am hereby liotllliM that If viv.i fall to appi-a- tiiut answer ttitt rtaid fompl.ttnt afl alKit' risiiiireil, the said plaintiff will apply to theeomt'for the r.'lUif tleiiiHnded tietv n. W nnEs. the Hon. t'h'O ie" S. Zen ladi:. and the seal uf ti'e liitr.n co in of tiwThlr.l .laille.al IMstiiet. an I for . , the terr.tory of UtHh. thm & h iiav ol ' skau Jub. in the year of our l.onl one y ' tliollsim elirht hul'.'iiv.l ailii ulnetv. Hkmiy (). Mi Mn n-:- , Clerk. By Geo. D.Loi mis. l'ei tny fUt. An Editor's Literary Comforts. Mrs. JI;uy .dap,.. DhhIo is one of those wiso literary vnnini who lvlirva tlmt if a woman u;n?t v,i;'u tim pi'n he hotdd bo with all possible convenience- -. And Mrs. Dodge ecrtaiii'y h3 ihs coniforts. Fi:idia;; that idi as would t fku coaio to her when hor assistant was away from lr, and wi.-hiii-i: to taveht-rsol- tUo manual labor of writing it down, she purchased a pho-nograph. Now, when mi idea strikes h'.r at home, she simply talks it to tho phonograph, and when her stono;.rra her comos it is taken from tho machine, re-called to the author and she elaborates it by dictation, llor library center table, at which she sits to read, has a tall lamp built in the middle, a deep, easy chair at one side and a bookstand nndernciitu built around tho legs. Writing mate-rials are convenient, within reach, and altogether the editor of St. Nicholas does not exert herself any more than is abso-lutely necessary iu her work. And she is right, for by saving her physical strength she adds to her mental capaci-ties. Few women are so diplomatic, however, but then few literary women, on the other hand, can afford such time saving conveniences. New York Letter. Citizen Train, now a citizen of one of Tacoma'i suburbs, proposes to organize a company of BOO American editors and tako them around the world in fifty Jays nest fall, at f jOO per head. As the champion globe trotter, tho citizen thinks that he can outdo the best of Cook's jnudes. notice to ci;i:mnRs. j Fstato of lie. mill W. fhaw. deeea1. i Notick is in:t;i-:n- i.i i:v ;tv thk a linliil.t: u 'r! thee-t.t- i ot lien, it . i'i . i to ;h- - ere i.t rn of. am! Hll persons hn.-l- el.uin a ,:,t ihi. sah: lleeeiieil, to ex !i lint them. With tin" lleeea-surv voueher. within tea months After th" h pillilleutioli of this aotlee, to the ...o 4 i u ! tr itor i the of. re of h.n t!e.wy. W lter Muriiliy, No. ii noinh K M T'-- p'e sine., ShH I.nke citv. In the enmity of Sot , Ltali territory. u n II. ;:! r, A.l'iiltil-- t 'a tor of the esi ite o I'.eaoui . t li., de. e kJ. Pated An ;. 7, ' NOTICK IS IIKoKMV UIVK.N THAT Till :iom1 hu. Iiiif K'.'n nj'p .fit si I'T theelty eonie' I of Sill l.n'ie t'liy a lo rl of KiimiliV.'itloti aud Ueview. lo l.nri.l) e t on if tiny, to th a..s srti-iit -- nit lew of loe .l nesKHlnts lor the ji tvlln-o- f t'ootol I .1 rr. i. nis i lor th eitrl'.a t ami uite i'u of n''1 M iiit in S:.;t l,.ik-'- it . : ikat it ini.i'1 v.i Mt i.t the e 1 ti ill ("t llv i. i day- -, comm-le-li-on Ttnir-- , t.iv. Iho 4li iliv of 'oi.t r. Imki. ami eutl'iii; nu Tna-ia- v. th.- - .'t U il ly ' f' iteiiiiier. h;i, during una a b inlnens hour for saiil pui I'o'e, 11, ri'MiiltoKK, W. )'. I.YS'i. v. h. ii. r,M'nMtn. M. K. I'ACS'iNS A. J. I'KNlil.UIMN. Salt t.ako nty, Atimisl fml, Inu. VOTXtK-AL- L 1'K:;S .)N3 INDH1V E ) TO 11 A Kiiyseron hookat'countH t,a:nl u !ty (lay or by noieK due. or luler'-Ht- on notes ilu.'. tire request: il lo e.iil utid s.--i tie I'eror the tU inst. CJ-t- will tuilow Uit'-- r t.iat tiuiw. Corner Second South anil TUtrd West streets. Halt Lake, Sept. ?, 1S1AI. VD'J'll!"- - ALL At.' Ot:T.4 l! K M'l rtt il latin. Irv unil tnerehnnillmi inin'tias. ,1 j.rior to Jaiumry I, IW, will lie ilaeeil In the liaiiilK oi an aitonn'v if not imtii iy .'o'eio-tier IMh. U !. IM"11,'I(, mm', m Willi M illuthl lnveMtuent Collliilll.V. ITT Mlilftl'eel. THE WOMEN OF ENGLAND. Their Lot Not Similar to That of Tholr American Sisters. Special Correspondence. LON'DOS, Aug. 3. In some of the manu-facturing and mining districts of England the degradation of the women is revolting. Much has becu done of late years to lessen it, but many of them are still treated far worse than beasts; there is a society for tho protection of animals, none for that of women. Everywhere, in all classes, the women are subordinated to the men, not tho men to the women. "Place mix damos" finds no equivalent ou Enylish tongues. When in a family of the mid-- j die or upper classes there is not money enough to allow all tie members equal advantages the girls are always sacri-llcc- d to tho boy. Maud nnd Ethel stay at home, tura aud n their old dresses, nnd live on tea and toast and cold mutton, that Alfred aud Algernon may make a creditable figure at Eton and Oxford. It is the sisters who wait on the brothers-runn- ing upstairs and down on their er-rands, giving them the best of everything, and getting too oftun small thanks in re-turn. The Englishman is taught from tho first to regard himself as the lord of crea-tion, aud the American creed that men must take the rough places of life iu order that women may walk at ease is a dead letter to him. Although custom insists upon a chap-eron upou all occasions for the young girl in good society, and no lady travels with-out her maid, any woman may journey safely from one end of Great Britain to the other; not, as with us, because every man is her protector, but because every man is afraid of her. No Englishman willingly travels alone with any woman whom he does not know in one of their queer rail-way compartments. Such a journey might cost him dear. Cases of blackmail under Buch circumstances are mora than occa-sional. The woman has only to disarrange her clothing, dishevel her htur, crush her bonnet, and when tho train reaches a sta-tion accuso her fellow passenger of at-tempted assault in order to claim heavy damages. The man cannot prove his inno-cence aud tho verdict of tho jury is almost certain to be for the woman. Indeed the man is usually glad to compromise aud hush the matter up for a good round sum. In one such iustanco on one of the cars of the Southeastern railway, where there are electric bells to stop the train in cases of great emergency, a woman traveling alone in a first class carriage witli a man of means raug the bell, and when ti e guard entered the compartment, she was found in violent hysterics. The indignant protestations of her companion, his amaze-ment nt the whole proceeding, and his that the woman was mad, were alike unavailing, and it cost him 2,M) to settle the claim, although his reputation wtis excellent and all of his acquaint-ances were sure of his innocence. H'.nno.Ns. IntUt Pl!r!ct O-.ir- t in mil for the Third Dim i etof I 'tin Territory, County uf Halt La I.e. KATKD'WEt !. Plaintiff, I v- -. Summons: John in nhu-o- Defendant, ) 1'KOl'LE OK THE TKRHtTOHY nv I'taa Head great ill to John la U, defenuailt. You are hereby required to apiiear In mi set ion hroiiKht aaiuht you hy the above natneil plaintiff In the lUsti'iet eoiirt of the Third District ol tiie, Territory of 1,'tah. and to answer the complaint lllet theiiMii wiihlu tea tlayt icxehiMve of the day of Hcrvieei after the iirv'.e on you of tlitu Htnninoiin if sarvil within this county; or. If nerved out of this conn Iv.t ut In Hon district, wlihln twontyduvH, iillierwlH' within forty tiny -- or Jndniem hy default will he t.ikcu iiiralust you, aitordlnrf t' tl.'1 prtiyr ol Mild complaint. '1'he 'ti'l in t roiu'hl t' have ft decree of thai court diK'Otvinv the hoivls of mate'-nion-lu'twecn plaintiff nnd ileteiiil.ini. ind a .ir- ft;i to p:a ni thm ii' t 'il ol t ' ml chid Mar-A- . i)o;ie!-."it- . lsi: "' pa'il in, -- raif ; p. ..nil .;- - to plaiitiif iil fu ther . nd prooer ie', ef .iiio , oi s of mi t. Atmve rei priMU ou I'm- '( H oi that on the umu duy ol .llll'l , '.'' n. 'et ll :llt dcei'teii tll: plaint .T. a d i.a. ore. .; iv acsentetB Hnwelf. le fg pi.ont ft ;t'ii .''if io hit .l.in-- or ..her xhoiiiB. tin fi rt' er that n u Hiiil dale ne. ten .aut hi u"' I'i i' y niun '' rcouiribiit'.d tn th- supiiori of i."t via. nt i an hild. And you are hereliy notllli il that if you fall to appear and an'-we- the mud complaint art alKivu reipjlrnii. the wild plaintiff will apply to the court 'or tie relief di'inaii led therein. Vitii"f tho iioii. (,'linries H. Zane, JuiUre. anil the n. ;il of the district ( I court of the Third IuiIIcIkI dlslrlct, stAU 111 and for the Ten Horyof Utah thlK r ) Bud day ot Aiietmt, In Mi vear of our Lord one thounand eltflit hun-dred onil nlnely. Uknuy (I. Mi'Mii.lan, Clerk. fly GeoD. Looinle, Deuly I 'HirK. MTICK To District Court, 'lhird Judicial Dia-tric- Application of Dudley Holland Smith for chtinei' of name, VOt'U I'P.TITH Ni:K l'Kstl'Ki TKUI.l.Y 1 shown to t lit. hi rr (hoiih an el fo.iii for dn. :rin .' rwn. "f nni.i, Inn toi hanite a from ndle)' II illmul Smith to llllllli'.V lo. Ill, I. Iliv li'HsoUH for ilisilillj this eh aii 1. e a,-.- f. : lir t lla. nn; iinideu Hunt ibv Ihe name of llol.aadi who Is p., h, I 'll of eointidnaiili) protv-r- i V, it id I. l.o '" die . im lo .lo o. It ImtiH'i-'- J '.v my mother. 1 hild - ill fill hi hiviiiy , out ihnted nothlnu to the ii;ipoit of h f.uiiliy tor a perioi o! Illoro IhAi; seven i",,ri, l.ioUKh In K'lod healtU and Atitpiy able so to do. th i'i"te In such rlillciiloii.lv !tt lycti meter of pe. 'til" un Smith In aliu.mt cv.-r- local tv in 1I1 s country. My mother 11, mo n Mm. W. l. Hiuilh, plai-- of renlih n'-- K.-- hmir Din. My " u s tw.-tl- v linen veil ". M Mil res; liit; In s.ilt l.ane :,tv, I'luh. Moll mil I" my mother s liiaitT'ti name i,s well uh in.- oiwi m, ti tle n uue, DCD1.KY ll'U.I.ANU SMIIil. I . OM'STV OI''8AI.TI..MK. ( inn) lev iloliand Hn.li li up H'"! duly nwoni on hu oath siv. I uui the petitioner In the foieu'liur P'iltnin. 1 have eirel'dly fud hum) pet i'lmi und know the contents of and Mn) ame U fun. Ufm V n A ftu ,s h . I andswoi-- 10 lixfor mn tlUH and dnyof AtmuHt, A. D. ii lli.NHV tl. MrMilMi". rsri..i KinloiKcd No. fi'W) Title court ApplieiiMnn of IHidlel Ho lil'.d Hllilth ("r ch'ill'r Hum" riled AUKllsl 'J, I sun. lUMtlf Ii. Mt'Mrf'.iV. t.k. Ti:ifi:iTOI(YOI',l'l'A!I. I . Ol'Ni Y nK LAI- - 1.. ( """ 1, Heiny it. MiM.ilan li".k o.'th third Ju I) st let conn ol I ih Teiii'on. no thai th" !o.ei i'iii Is k fii1. um at'd coiro-'- t if.pyof tie. or.i.in il p- - t ilonoir chance or name. HIM A"i;iiI w. - " m t"e , tlon lliei-e-- nu titled til.-- Pi r.iv oil o Vpll'.s v and t'' "al ' tn eoiot ill ,1' l..i'y, llileiiid-lu- SKAI.J of An i t, A II is-- i. I!y Geo. D. Lis, mi D'p.i'y r rSt, M mmo.ns. In the District Court In and for the Third Judi-cial District of rtaii Territory, I'ounty of Soil I.ttlte. Anmi IIoiunson;, plaintiff, ) v, iRiiinmiim, JOHN rioiiiNfoN, ) The people or the ft ih send greet- - Inn to .luoii lloh nnon, rtefeudai.t: ' Of ARK UKRF IiY HIAOUIUKD TO AC-- pear 111 un ucilon aj-.ii- ' t von by the atune nauii d plulMip n lae M tih l Coon or theThird Judicial li s.rl :t of Hie ofl'ti h. and to :msw--r tn compla nt ltl"d th"telii within ten diiyn lexciuitvB of tne d iy a't.,r the serv e.e on Villi oT tills smiiiniinn -- if within lain cunly ; nr ( nerved out if thi roiinty. Imt In tl.1 d'sW.'t. within twenty iIuj-b- : it rw.o witliu f,.ity d'.v" -- nr Juclifinniit by 'l fiiult will !' tain n aa.i.s! vim. arciirdim? tn the tnnyer of until c.ei'piati't. The saul Hrtinti brmn-h- t to Imvc a deei-- of thin riitirt lift In n.ls of tuatil-rnoli-exi'- tl'-- hetv.'eu !he plaintiff ull'l and fur s'"..li "f thin ai'tlmi. Ahm-- rellt-- i'r iyed fur on th- - I'roitivt of it on and fuiltuV on the pait "f th de'hi!;iht tnir,- Ville the fllaltiiil With the e'lmlnun of life, liavlu,: the ah, Illy lo do no, anil wit hunt her ur Mifll-i- i nt tetunn or cauiw for so '''Ami vou re that if von full to appear anil answer the rahl i otniilaint in ah.ive requlnil, tim "if! inntniltf will unply to the court. Inr tin' relief nemmirted ti.rln. Wit thn Hon. Chit. iria. nne, ,1'ldce. hiidt'.e Bf lll Of 1!l Tliltrn t C mrt "t Hi" i hirl .liidh- ul t, in nnd for th" Territory of lull, this nth d:iv of Aiuifit, In tho r of our Lord one ttioiiMatid eight, hunrlre i and ninety. HEN KY i. fierk. Uy (ieo. i, Lo 'tills, lieimty Clerk. i:il)S WANTED. t tah MiN TAXAin.r. iiivvim rnn J mi. Tne und r. will rn el i B lihl at III, Glli e No. hul. Ill Main Klieet, H ilt l.i'ke fltv, t'tub, hiiwe.ii 1' . it i.ihiii of ihe lu'h ilnvof Septeniher, l",i. and Ii oiio.-- noon of tho Itith diir of Irt.i, for oi linndie.l nu, l itfivnity two ei nrm r I iieunllabl ,it,;i le.n.ln of I tail TelT.!", V. lillllll.'.l'.ll IflHM l .v t . ;xn liniuslve. eii. h f'.r lie- lami'lpR! uuiii of uu II10111.1.I11I lloll'.Iil. WUh lllfl-"- at .', per eeilt p. r 1.111. inn. i.uiaMi- "'in'. ;nitnnily u ihn of ea.'h .liitiu .rv ;nl .111 v n ter d,,.e at th" liewri'! Niitioimi Hunt: In M..1I l.uke i lly, r t. tne Aim-r- aii Kn Ii.u.kh :. al lomtl Hunk In Ne Yoiltiiiy Tin- I..11' in" dni'il y I, lWi, flue twejit v yearn fi"tii ,tat. hul all reiltemniia) 111 tl e ntiti'ou of tint i ry alter leu r, klld ptovHlnn is !(' mud" liy lw for redeem. Inn after leu ynr, lioii.U "f th" hi h- -t ruiifi-lie- r th n out to the umount f tu.riy tl:tiuiil lloll'iri. Oi' ni'Trt, Wht'tlelef 11'. lllilhlli liftd lo t.t amount im III tlietre.i-ur-i e t oinl a k part of a r. of !. of v.h.i b e, Il le-- 't.it-i- l. Hhd til" vh"l r.r,i li,,ie,l lo' l"l Mintf o.lll'lit on,i lint elrirttrihle llietl'ntl ,u le m s 111 V iititiroprlu.iol'il under Ii." Iirov imi n' an net of the lioie'tiot i"l t "l'i' A-neulhly etnl'led 'All A t pl"V,.lh for i!i IniiliiK and d ,ewl mr "f ieuit'.rm IxirnU, a Mar- h I.i. n-- t nnid t.'i,td a't.for del o. A' 'n'.o'i if ':;. I Ii the f.i-- thai, " t n. tl ' h a ie.ii'ird In I. ,i,.,iii- .- of only l ,t t id ol lieoii-- ills ratu-- le-- foihl r a-t!!' t- Insl'i.t' II"".. to lit, MMIOIIllt MiW.I-Ih- I ereot of lt nlU" ,.! 'U' i e;in lrfHl'd ol'l f"r ' I, ;t 'I' Hhd edllCil'to'l.,! purpi-'- '. The lonlt l.r. Uv law ioni i for ..hjr purpi.e Willllll t e T' T' t,. I ll t t h"V rllli'l't I Mil for le lhan p.ir isel rued mlereat, ud any nii'i all l)i' n ey r"'r'- d. Hit. ivill ti-- i .. '. I - o el.e-- no .n of '. lo to. i,t I .e o'ti. wfor. "iild, a&d .i"S o: I.i- - wh-.l- or nift or piri 'on; iio. il Ui IU- - h i.- -.l I. 't ier or t.lil ler. wn Will b re Jlllr-e-- l to 'l.e. to ' an V Hioeme. mid If yll,"i,' l .!'-r- d the ,',l.r eml Kefiirnul v nu on 'h- - le.iils di.lntr tn lime will le- - fnilred. Th fi'1 will lo "old umier i po t In tin, ui'! ,t 1 ' t "'i and hidijeri are re'iiicM'ttd to r.a'."' '.'nl.' i':"l lfcre ihn d y of ..' and hiix ill"" H in .ti 'a'li. The ledidi, inn t ! proi",ed htd'- - ri. Terr.i'rt-ia- Tfwwuwr, (Official Itoticf s. NetleeTr Timber Ciiit ure Con teit. TT. S. IjUNnOfffa: I Stilt Lake Citv, Utah. July 81, 1M0. f -- tOMPI.AlNT HAVIN'V BKEM ENTKKK1J U at this ollh-- liv William S. IleArinoud iiKainst Patrick flnmlil for failure to eouudy with law us to tlmlier eulturB entry No. i. i. dated .Iiine4. upon Ihe northeast iuarter serllon IS. township h. range II west. In Salt Lake countv, Utah letritory, with a view lo theraueeliation of naid entry; em'entant alleuina that suid Patrli.k Hainlll failed to hreak, plow or htlr or ran to b brolten. plowed or stirred any p"rtlop. of Maid land dtir-ini-the tlrhi year an r mikiuit mid entry, aud failed to hrean. plow or .Ur any poriKin of mild laud cr plant any portion of i a.d land to tr.'. trees-'-iifori-- npior 10 eaun the ::n to he done durir.e the und year after ruakl stiid entry, und failed to hreak. plow or hi Ir .111 : portion of said land or to plant any portion or hi, id land to trees, tr"e seeds or ciitliniia or to cause the same to bedoirtduriuR the third ye r after tnakinc faid entry, ar.d has failed up to this time to hreak. or itlr any portion of said land or to piaat ativp irtSotiof said land to trees tree seeds or 'iitt.ui.-- s or to raii.se thu aame'to he done, an I th.it at this time no por-tion of said land In broken, plowed. Mirn-i- l or cultivated aud no portion of Bald land to treeo. tre. Heeds irtr nitfni.M. the ?aid parties are liev.-b- summoned to app'tar fct thisolleeon the I.ith uuy of Ho: tcju r at 10 o'clock a.m.. to and ftmua testi-mony concerning rl l'T'l failure. Fmakk D. lioBHS. Iiglter. llow the Ditgers Live. Sax Francisco, Aug. 13.- -In the Yoseui-it- e valley aud elsewhere the Dinger In-dians gather grass seeds and grasshoppers in the summer and prepare them for win-ter use, building storehouses to hold them. These are made by putting four poles into the ground, bringing the tops together, and placing others across about four feet from the bottom, which are formed into a platform by means of other saplirura lashcU together with grass ropes. The fotd is then securely packed in and the whole carefully thatched with grass, which grows two and three feet long, floe and tough. Acorns are guthered in large quantities iid the shell i" removed vi;ry dexterously by women, and the peeled acorns are then packed in largo ba.skets, covered tightly and lot down into the Jlerced river, which is clear as crystal. Here they are left twenty-fou- r urs and then are taken out. The action of the water removes all the bitterness and leaves them sweet as chest-nuts They are then laid out to dry, after which they are ground into meal by means of two stones by the womeu. This is tight-ly packed iu baskets and stored in sepa-rate caches. The Indians grow yery fat upon this food, which is made into a sort fThTliiggcrs make some beautiful bas-kets of flue grasses woven so tightly that tlK.y will hold water.and sbme of them are still used to boll food in. They put red hot iu the basket!-whi- ch th.1 food is thus the water is made to boil 1 nc Sefve the grasshoppers into ditches ... which have fires burning, and th j they scorched oif, wav their wings and legs are ,h. qu't. atmportant part sartmp. of the sh torniK the mountain lakes and diet itrlfms arc' "ive with them. The bucks f atih the flsh and the squaws dry tnem and wild fruits abound, and are hefed bv all alike. Some are sold, some g Jrf dried for winter use. PineDirefnut?are also gathered in great Thesf'Diggcrs seldom if ever hunt Ihey are n!iai,d hair matted witn men's clothing consists of a few greasy oiu rags and a blanket. In the Dintrlet Court In and for ht Third Judi-cial District of liah TerrlUiry. County of Salt Lake. GTJUemTcb1 ".iv;, riaintH I vs. t'oi IlAMtAH Tt'tiNitt no. Defendant. ) The People of the Territory of Ttah send Kreetliifc to Um u : T r . . r.; defeuiUut: V'OU AKB IIKRKHY KKyUIKKO TJ AP-- I pear iu an .v tlou timuiflit airainst you ay th, alcove named pialniiff In the Ulstrl'-- Court of th TV.iid Judicial Dislrh t of , the Terrltorv of lull, and to annwer th complaint filed ln withni un day iex:lulve i( the day of .ervicel after the service on yon of this iiiiimon if served within this couniy; or if wrved out of ttilunty. Imt Id this district, within twenty . otherwise within forty daysor Ju Ik- - nietit by default will lie Ukn Kalut you, no- - ,rditiittotheprayrofaidmminliit. The said action is broiiH-a- t Uj have a decree of tmft .'""ii diH.M'1 i'1-- w lOlem o( existing between the plaintiff and tie- - '"Above relief praved for on the KTound that ahou! the year ISh'l. id defendant disre-garded the solemnity of her tarr,e vow nnd a, and aliandoiw d thn platntirf willfully and without just cau-e- - or reaeon. and ever .luce and still doesdc eit und willfully shaii-- ' don plaintiff and live s p.rate and upon from him wi'hoiit any siiff.'-- . n caue . r n. And you are hereby noil fied that If you fall toanoear "! answer the said complaint M alsivi redUired, the said plaintiff will apply for the rel.ef dem.indv.1 thereiu. t wu,w Wiimi. 'he Hon. Charle, . ne Judt'. and the sen of the District Court of the Third Judicial Diitrict, In and for Hie Territory of Ut-- n. this a -- t day of A.i u- -t in the year nl our l."rd one tbousaud eight hut drd ar.d nln.-ty- , UKSlt i' ii. M. M1LLAS. Clerk, hy Ge-j- D. Is.mls. Deputy Cierk. Sotiee of Desert Eutrj Content, U. P. I, md Omni : I Bait Lake Citv, L'tah. July Mffl. COMPLAINT HAVING BEEN ENTKRIttJ l,y William S. DeArm .ud ek linst Patric; lUiuIll for failure to comply with the law us to desert entry No. ai77. d ued June 4. Ph7. upon the torn I. S.3.4. and ,', Nr.', and SVi NW'i and SW'4. . townslil-- i south, ranite 'i west, in Suit Luke county. 1 tali terrltorv. with a vltw to the cancellation of s i ,1 entry: contestant ademit that said Patrl'ri Hainlll has failed dm.iig the three years after makinit s.iid entry to reclaim said tract oi deseit land bvcor.ducting "r causine to Is- - utem the f..tui-aii- water whatever, and that said Patrick Bami II ittlll fails " conduct or totalise to be conducted upon said land any water and that a;d tract, of land Is at tins fine desert land, entirely without water and without any canals forth" coiivevii.it of to or upon -- aid land. thea!d parties-h-t- 'iir minnioi ed tofip;e ar at th's offl'-eo- the l.h tiivof Peptemuer. lvi, at 10 o clo. li a.m . to remind and furnisli testiinony coucenuiiK said aiieged failure. RUT SOTItE. 4 LLPKRSONS Aid. HfcRKHY WARNED 1 under the inity provided by ordliaq-- e ii. t to remove tne Ue:y of any dead snima, or offai or Ultnof any dev rlption. with .ul Wit not. fyln the city scavenger, who wiil Ueua direction, for it. JfjL,, RHOVT ALL. City ?v aven.-r- , April 17. 10. City ilall. sr.n.wo.N. In the d ftHct court In end for th Thir l jinir.al d.eiti. t of t'liiii t.rr'"ry e.enriv- of ,Ja t Lake rnsrli.s H h.nait. t ; Ac in w J Tsysiiui and Henry Dru&t. ''Ti,''ie of the territory of l'th nl ifi.- -t i'if : To Andrew J. T)um ij1 lieury !l .nil.il'er. defend,.! f ai'.k ifi.i.KHV Ki ',t irtKD To ap- - I -- ir. an tirou.hi "U i.y e n .n... I p. ..iM'fl o. the d tr rt .,n, t ihe T..id (un ' ' iimtr ct oi ih : of 1't.ih, and " r.e e,.:,f.uint r.- l- : 'h--- r o n'.tiii'ii iu " ' I'."'" ": ,M aV "' "' e, S'leC ti.- - ft ee o.'l .. f t'.ls !....? . Mrv. d w, thin th 61. : ' If -- r.: ... t ,i' thin "it ' d i,l' 1. tli.a ' twentvdavs: o.li-- - ' wii.iiii ity .uy.-- . r ; -mei t'tiv "d 'te.i.! ro?I le--- t ih' ..' 0..(K.sullist.i yi, 1 i.e . .1 i.e:, ,r, ti- - i vf i- h .re ) .Vnetit 'a-n-t'b-d- - la t ,'muiu ut n. w th lire-- . t :"' ii ' ' ' ""' ' r""' , .,,... inr. h I :'' ' t r edtoiet-- mrio'.nt due on ! r r'a a ,,;;;;.., i.t.o t y t owmOt.,! I.sse i'. 1 run. M..ref !!. rulmn w,l. inier.-- t at e,v rale fr.i.'i.iaie ami pi'ib.e t .e orders Am w C itrlxen : 'be ii.is b.ea of M n K ind '' .i t !.; !" . no trt b.i been pall r valuable ri-,l- pn f. .MV'etia-- l e.l :n - 'I1 mid I lliesstd not" KM' - pi.'.tirt WR' Is lh iejnl holder tt,erf.f ar.d owe.-r- o w And yi are here'iT n'A!tie.l tint !" :! " r Jl d answer !. - d .m.(.L .Ibt - tse Slid tlellitiff l I 'ae ft'U' efit ' ivlia-- t for the tarn "t '. iafrtimt at I ...-- - soil Vk.f.e. t!.e lion. HrV-- s B. Zw, M rl rf 'be dlstrt.-- t- - Third lietieiii diriC In slid f .r h Mr try list,, Uil day rf Aeiosl. -- ' or Ui ut; tirf.ti.nd ' ,'ht tuteifd end "'fseli 1 HKT ; M. Kil t s Cierk. E,GW. V. Lts-nui- . If tia' tCierk. JiKS!UL'S SALE. T PURSUANT TO AS OHDEi? OF SALE TO ine dlre.-te- by theThird l.stnct court of the Territory of t tab. I slia.l at public sale, at the front d.s.r expose Court House In ''-- e cty of the County County . f Salt Lake and Temto-- of Hah on the th day ol rieptcmir. IH". a li ocW. M.. t ie following de'T.ted rea! tewit: All tliat rert..iO piece or J..-T-e o s.tuate in Suit La'.e city, rojir.ty.rf Salt w terr.toryof L'tah n.daefoi ow,.w-wit- . A.l of lot 'lt;lt 7e7lnb'0"k . Kinney proved ?ltypiat of Salt Lakedtv; together w th tilB teuemenm. beremtaments a,iJ treteunto beiourfna or in n, wu. appertain. D- , o... To ls old as the property '. and Moliie 8. Vau- - e. at tee suit ol el- - jTeVofaaleca,.. E. H, Br fcarVandercoo Deputy MrtU j lifted bepu-- tr 4ib. !. JxOTICEOF rKE-EfliTI0- 5 rilOOF. Lab Orrice at Salt Lake Crrr. I A Oi- - 9. isl. ( VOTI.'EI3Hi:f.i-- WVV THAT THK S the foiio d aettler bs ri.ed notice of his iut'Mif "' l'f""f i stit.te.rt of his claim, a.vt Ht pnsrf wnl - made befom tun Iteglsf-- r end Kt.-- at Bslt Lake ttr. Ct. on B pt W. It Tl, he er A I'e'erson. il. n. II as. for tne W rt F.10 asd W'iSKH see. 3. tp.rw. " lie im'B tbe toilow.ng wltuese tn prrtrn bis crtinu.i residence upon and rultl - of said land. nnj-l- y: Haac Aom-l- t. Wil-liam Wilier, fcdward Hurra A V. gteu-tilo-all of Bait l- -e City. L'tab.