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- - THE SALT LAKE IlMES. WEDNESDAY. JULY IK. 1.S90. 7 i.rou Sfi(FTOt:RKi)IT0KS. Estate of Thorni A. Lrn. deceased. NOTIt K I KKKKIIY tllVP.V BY THS executor erf tha estate of Thomas A. Lyne. deceased, to the creditor of. an.) nil persons h ln claims attains the mii deceased, toexhiblt them. th the imMMry vouchers, within ten rumth after th rtr puolliatlon of this turtle, t the aald or either of them, et the residence of Mtde line Lvn. r7 esv- -t Klrst flouta Temple etree. K.lt Lake City. cult. r at th placa of hint-ne-n( Samnrl W. l.vn No, SI Part-lan- d avroua, rlro.iktyn. New York. M l'l IMS Lrit. Hmvii. W Lrsn. Executor of the estate af Thutna A, Lyne, Uvesvd. Dated June !. I'M i. i ro a I- - M)TU'E OF COMPLETION OP ASSESSMENT OP a loc.il u for the extension f the water mains ou J street front Slxla to Eighth l reels. Notice Is herebv aiwn that tho assessor and collector of ntt taiko City ha tnade and com-pleted th and plat pertalnmsT to a : tax at the rate of four mill rr eoimre heil. levied by tbo cltv council of Salt Lase Cltv July 1st. Hl, Upon the (olio-lnir dcct-the- lota or piece of inmn J. namely: l.ot and X hUr f: lit I una I, block ; b ts I ana t. block UK: lot ' n. I i. bUvk lti. ail in plat I). Salt Lake City urvtjr; said tax beam dr the extension o. in water Dliilll alollif tht lollowlni; ilwntd mute, namely: J umi from Sixth to K.ti!ith street.. Said lint and plat have hewn lodged In theoUVeof II city recorder. No. . City Hall, ami U1 be open (or Inspection for a period of ten days from ami after tho nth tlav of July, 10. during which tlmo written appeal to the city council for tlio c,irre.-tio- of tho assess. mi'Ut may bo mod with tho hM rocordor. o pursuuiKv o( tho oriiin'o In aurh rao U11S 11YAMS. City KecoMor. Salt Lake I'lty. July Tth. li. LKOAU .rLavvaa Statement FortbeyoarenilinKTVH-embprai- , l, of the couditlou of tb MICHIGAN FIRE AID MARINE liiaurniioo Compuiiy. Mai'.n to tho Soorotary of tho Territory of l"tnb In pursuance of an Act tWatini: to tiro Coiupauies, approved March 13, IWI. Name of company ami location. Mu'HUiAS Kihe and Ma KINK Co., Hi Urlnwald ft., Dotnut. Ml. h. Tho amount of capital ittock is Hfn.WO.rt The capital stock paid up In im.i The amount of lis tt.Mt Is 7.tll.v: The amount of Its lialilllUeavluclud- - ln capital! is eSl.M. ThouetKuriilusoverall liabilltiOHia 1U),A.M The uutne of It uttorncy or aeont for tho Territory of ctah ujion whom of priHH'sa lu any civil action ugaln.st abl comitauy may be mn.lc. A. M. J anks. Milt Lake city, Ctah. The receipts durlnit tho year were. 4.14.4M.M Tue expenditures during the year were 0,ll.3S N State of Michigan. I County of Vayn-- ( Kuiteno HiirbiH-k- , secretary, being duly sworn, deposes anil that Ue is tho above described oltlcer of said company, and that tho foretpituff statemeut of tho itenoiitl condition of said company on oatd thlrty-tlrs- t day of is ctirrect to the best of his Information, knowledge and N'llof, respoctlvolj-- KiuiKNis Uakhk k, 8y. Subscribed and sworn to before me ttili day of July. A. l. I'M). John w. Sioriia.t, Notary Public. seai. Wayue Co., Mich, Territory of Utah, ) Secretary's Oftlco, ( 1, KUJah Sells. Merretary of the Territory of Utah, do hereby certify that the above and foiixoiii is a full, true and correct copy of the annual statement of tho treueral condition of tbo Michigan Kirs and Marino Insurance Coin-pun- y of Detroit. Mich.. Illed lu my ofttce on tbe Htb day of July, inui, in pursuam-- of an act relatitiK to tiro Insurauce coiuiauie, March IS, INSt. In witness when-o- f I have hereunto set my band and affixed the iireat seal of the Territory of L'tah this Hth day of Julv, into. HiiALj KI.I.IAII SRI .1.1. Secretary of l'tah Territory. accident TAKE OUT A POLICY WITH THE ONION MUTUAL of CHICAGO AND BE SAFE. RELIABLE AND CHEAP, The Midland Investment Co., AGEXTS. W. C. EDWARDS, "Pat Casey" (Shift Boss), Will examine and report on tutues In auy part of the West. Fifteen Years Practical Experience. care THE TIMES. Taft & Kropfganze, CONTRACTORS t BUILDERS, Salt Lale City, : Utah Territory. Cfflc: Headquarters at Cor. Sixth and A Sts. CdPYRICHTtO ) , Perfection in Boots and Shoes. JOHN WETZEL, Patentee. Boots and Shoes made from the best material, perfect In tit and comfortable to wear. Call and Bee me or send for price lint and In-structions for K. pairing done. 1W4 south State road, opp new betel. Price Sc Clark, Dealers In Poultry and all Kinds of Game Fruits, Vegetables, etc in teason. No. 68 West First Nouth street, opposite Kimball Block. GEO. HUSLER. H. WALLACE, Manager, Utah Cracker Factory, Manufacturers ot the Celebrated -- SILVER BRAND OF FINE CRACKERS:- - 27 E. THIRD SOUTH ST. Salt Lake City, - Utah. Henry f.clark THE TAILOR. 20 East First South street. THE CELEBRATED Book of Mormon For 75 cts. And tbe Most Complete Stock In Utah of Books, Stationery and Toys --AT-i). m. McAllister &m, 72 fvXalu St. J. C. Conklin, STOCK BROKER, Hining Stocki and Other Becuritiei Bought and Sold. Dealer in BEll ESTATE AND MINES. Slender of Salt fake Stock Exchange and of Salt Lake Beat Estate Exchange Seventeen Years a retideni of Halt Lake City Correspondence Solicited. References Union National Bank, Deserst National Bank, Utah National Hank. J. K. Dooly, Manager Welle, Fargo A Co., Salt Lake City. Koom JO. second floor. Wasatch building. We have made a sweeping reduction in gentlemen's flannel, silk and alpaca ' coats and vests, as we wish to close ont j i ! tbii particular line. Bast-Tekk- Mr.. ( o., Hi Main ftreet. j JiOTICE. Tkkahi'bt lrAmivT I Orrtn orCorTHuj? orma itiwi sct f Wtsni;iTa Mar i. tsuo. V Hint AS. hy ato.fa4-tor- evt.!oreVrante4 to tho unilorsitfnoit. it has neon matir to apoo-k-that tho Natloual Hank of tho hVpuhtie at Salt l.aso city. In tho city of Salt Lako, In the ctaiuty of Salt jke. and tern lory of I'taii. has compiled with all tho proTtai.ma of the tatutos of tho I'nttod Statoa. reulroU In he compiled with befor aa awocutloa shall no aiithortMHl to commence tbe biulocaa of bank Inc. Amdthbimwih. TJoas 0. Abraham. doe nty and actlna- - cuuiptniller of the currency. i herohyi-ertif- y that lo National Hank of (he Kopublli- - al Sail ljtk city, in too city o .Halt liko. In the county of Salt tjko and of l'tah Is auiborlaod to common th bitsiueoaof banktUa' aa provldort In So-tl- Bfty no hundrel and sixty bid uftaara-vta,tsiatuiea- of the I nlted iiatoa. IS TK.STIMUXV KHKKtnK, wIHmsh my band aud seal of ufflct tola ivth day of May, HMO, 1 l AhkARAMS. Deputy aud comptroller ot im car-rnc- -f. Ho. 41 SOTICE F COMrLKTltN F ASSKSsMENT OF t a local tax for the extension of the water mams on Third Soutn street, from between Ninth and Tenth r.ast to betweeu Tenth and Kleveuth Kast alreois. Notice I hereby ulven that the assessor and collector of Salt Lake City has made and com pleled the list and plat pcrtalnlti to a local lax at tho rate of four mills per siiuaro fool, levied by the city council of Salt Lake Cltv. July I. Istai. upon the following described lots, or pieces of Knatud, namely: Lots f aud , bl.s k VI; lots t and .t, bl.s k a, plat F; lota a and 7. hbs-- K1. lots I and . block 4.H. plat H. all In plats V and II, Sail o City survey, said tax bollix for tho extension of the water mains aMm the following descrttsM r.mte. namely: Third South street from midway be-tween Ninth and Tenth Kast to midway be-tween Tenth and Eleventh Ksat streets. Said list and plat have been loduml III tho office ot tbo city recorder. No. , City Hall, and will I open (or for a iertil of ten dav from and alter the Hth day of Jul) . Pwn.durtnii which time written appea.s to tbe city roiiu.-- for the correction of tbo assessment may be filed with tho said In pursuance of tho ordinance la such case provided. I.oris IIVAna, Salt Lake City, July T, Dwi. City Keronlor. NO fllfflUO PAY. Electricity is Life-Me- dical Electricity. BY till. IV. M. HAND, Microscopic and Analytic PhysiciBh and Surgeon, Professor of Anatomy, Physiology, Therapeutics, Theory and Practice of Medicine, Meteria Medica, Obstetrics, Surgery, aud Electrical Science The Great Med-ical Electrician of Ogden City. Utah. HEAD AND REFLECT. It is a mistaken idea to suppose that while all other trades aud professions have been advancing and improving that the practice of medicine has re-mained in statu quo, or at a stand still. There is probably no science in the world wherein greater and more start-ling discoveries have been made than in the healing art. Dr. Hand, by means of his wonderful discoveries with the microscope, lias re-duced the practice of medicine to a science. Tracing all diseases, as he does, to a germ origin, their treatment becomes a simple matter, and enables the doctor to effect cure in cases that have beeu pronounced beyond medical or surgical skill, and iu an incredibly short space of time. The microscopic examinations of specimens enables the doctor to determine accurately and im-mediately the disease with which the pationt is afflicted, after which by means of his art and wonderful anti-septic treatment, hois able to apply the precise remedy indicated, and is not compelled to administer a multitudo of different compounds, hoping some may reach tho case, and iu the end failing, after having administered a largo amount of unnecessary medicines. By means of his now discoveries, Dr. Hand treats with spe-cific remedies the following named di-seases: Every form of throat and ' pi disease, consumptioihath, 'mt hay fever, bronchitis, catartiis cele- - 'ea! deafness, dropsy, goitmnty asylum ma falling sickness' St. "(h1 llis sixtieth ers heart disease in f fr"m foo(,tof con flammatioa of I'"nlJL l!1 womb aud water, amucii wa.j phs ovioma(,n ,nechauicallv org seases of thp hours. Rath was a on chronic sp.erlancl, about 40 years of xv partial Je to this country recentljvA'fg, paralyf at Scales' Mound, nuarljf' cho-rea, r attacked by dyspepsia, scuro months ago, whu'rheum, white swim for work .v'dropsy, aneurism, vrpible forli'mi.f hemorrhoids or piles, fiting he w" tumors, rupture, scrofula, ,iun oi '' All diseases of a ipecial, -, difficult and dangerous character l.,dil all diseases of women and children. '' Dr. Hand is 54 years old, is a gradu- - still after successfully treating hundreds of cases the doctor unhesitatingly de-clares this terrible disease strictly curable without cutting or the loss of blood. His treatment seldom interferes with the patient's ordinary duties and the doctor completely eradicates tho cancerous poison from the blood. HEMORRHOIDS OB PILES. riles permanently cured without sur-gical operation or pain. Simple rem-edy. Fever and ague, sick headache and mountain fever the doctor warrauts to cure every case. EPILEPTIC FITS. Dr. Hand will euro oue case of epi-leptic fits in each and every county in the United Slates, if brought to his otlice, free of charge, and will warrant a cure iu any case with six months' treatment, wherein his written instruc-tions are strictly followed. TAPE WOKMS. Tape worms removed, head intact, within twenty-fou- r hours. CATARRH. Dr. Hand's specific for catarrh cures the worst cases of catarrh, "cold in the head," coryza, catarrhal headache, sore throat and catarrhal deafness. The treatment is mild and agreeable, and based upon scientific principles. Catarrhal diseases are dependent upon some taint in the organism, and it is by eradicating it that the doctor curei catarrh. OBSTETRICS, (MinWIFERY.) Dr. Hand is also a scienced practi-tioner of obstetrics, having attended (as his book shows) over eight hundred ladies In childbirth, with a loss of but seven of that numbr by death having occurred. Ladies, the parturient cham-ber is no place for the novice or char-latan, but of an educated, careful, ju-dicious physician. As an accoucheur Da. Hand cannot be excelled. Dr. Hand makes a specialty of every form of chronic disease known to the medical profession. By the aid of the microscope he can tell you at once the nature of your disease; then if you wish he will deal out to you the proper sci-entific remedies best calculated to cure the same. Iu all cases he will make a l plain statement of facts to tho patieuts, jftuil in all cases he will explain the yyVtire of the disease and the probabil-'"- a cure. It is Dr. Hand's pur-- . , ;o make this city his permanent v , i K aud expects to bo able to "tr:lte to the citizens his claims to H ti favorable consideration. Afflicted 7 al?j, chronically diseased women, why , neglect yourselves and children while tailoring under that malady What comfort or pleasure is wealth to us uuless we ha?e health to eujoy it? Have you lost all confidence in the medical fraternity? The fact of you having been treated .by some old fogy physi-cian, some old woman or quack doctor, without receiving relief; does not give proofof your beiug beyond the reach of icientilic medical skill. There have been great strides made in the healing art and many new scientific remedies discovered within the past few years. This is an ae of science and progress so try again. Go see Dr. Hand, the great specialist. Go now while you may yet be within the reach of scien-tific, medical pr surgical skill; learn the true cause of your sad affliction ; employ treatment at once of the oldest and most successful specialists in the west; learn how easy it is to be cured after cause of the disease has been removed by the use of proper scientific remedies elec-tricity galvanism, magnetism, medi-cal, electrical, water and vapor baths, combined with purely vegetable medi-cines, administered at the right time, where and when indicated. TERMS TO EVERYBODY THE SAME NO CUKE NO PAY. Dr. Hand asks no pay for his services until you are cured. Tatieuts fur-nished with medicines prepared from fresh, pure drugs at cost of same. Also treatment by electricity furnished to patients in all pari of tho United States. All cases taken for treatment will be cured in from three to six months. Positively no incurable cases taken ou any terms. Consultation and microscopical examination free to all who take treatmeut The only money you have to pay in advance is just what the doctor has to pay out for the drugs used in the preparation of the medicin used to cure you. After the doctor has made microscop leal examination he knows at once whether he can cure you or not; alio just what ti ne it will require to effect a cure; also what the medicine will cost to treat your case. And whatever that may be let it be one dollar or twenty the cost of the medicino and elec-tricity is one-thir- d of the whole, the re-maining two-third- s are not due until you are cured, and if a failure should be made to cure the case it never be-comes due and tho doctor is left out in the cold. Dr. Hand is without doubt the greatest living medical electrician upon earth. Five thousand patients treated during the last four years. Dr. Hand cures every case he takes under treatment and will give t",000 cash to the person who will prove by the health office in Cincinnati. Ohio, (his old home), that he ever gave a death report to that office, notwithstanding three years' practice in that city, and eleven hundred cases treated during his last years' residence there. Remember the doctor cures thousands of in-curables, and without a dose of medi-cine. Electricity is the remedy wh.oh is applied bv a graduate in the use of the same. Remember the address and call immediately. No. 253 South West Temple street, second door north of Metropolitan hotel Salt Lake City, Utah. tae of two medical colleges, one in the United States, the other in France, and has practiced medicine and surgery for the past thirty-thre- e years, was physic-ian and surgeon in tbe United States army from 1861 to 1865. Dr. Hand treats every form of chronic disease known to the medical profession, and has for the last twenty-tw- o years suc-cessfully treated all chronio," special and nervous diseases. Dr. Hand does not claim to be the only physician in the United States that understands his business. But he does claim that he understands the treat-ment of the diseases mentioned in this article more thoroughly than the grad-uate family physician, for the simple reason that the doctor has practiced medicine and surgery in nearly every part of the United States, on land and on sea; has lived in all kinds of cli-mates; has treated nearly all national-ities and se&ses aud from his exten-sive traowlSprnctice aud experience, should j' house apable of mastering difficjLid cannofyhronic disease. Ixplauation of ti?& all afflicted with dii Tigwell under the care JvtxG iry P".vs'uian not to change as he does not wish to inter-- fi Ho-- 1 nis brother in the profession. ., Tr SPECIAL DISEASES. ti There are diseases, both local and 'tonstitulional, committing terrible rav-ages, the result of remote or recent in-discretion, which to name would grate harshly upon the ear of the most fas-tidious. These diseases, whether they have yet found lodgment in the blood or not, aro wrecking the health of thousands, and promising disaster to their posterity. The doctor's long ex-- 1 perience gives him complete mastery over these diseases, and in all cases he warrants speedy relief and a positive cure. NERVOUS DISEASE. Very few are aware of the dangers which hover over them every moment of their lives when afflicted with this malady. There are thousands who with sunken cheeks, trembling hands, quivering muscles, stooping forms, still indulging iu the same habits which are fruitful in the production of thin terri-ble affliction, though they see their vital energies of life wasting away, still press on in the downward course, seek-- ! fug no aid, as if entirely blind to the awful fate awaiting them, perhaps in the near future. Tho Doctor warns all those suffering from nekvous debility to come and seek relief where long ex-perience and true medical skill can be brought to their aid, promising relief and a speedy restoration to health. DISEASE OF WOME.N There aro thousands of women who have become invalids from disease pe-culiar to their sex, which have been netrlocted through dread of necessary embarrasment, to which they must sub-mit to enable the physican to properly understand th(;ir case. Mothers look ou aud see their lovely daughters wast-ing away, and are filled with fear and wonder. Husbands see their wives in daily torture are filled with dread, or perhaps through ignorance of the nature t of the affliction, they are sometimes led to uucharitablc conclusions, the result of which is domestic imhappiness and ; the neglect of which is truly criminal, and leaves littlo room foj apology. These complaints can readily be cured, i anil the scores of pale, eutervated faces which are stalking about as if in the very shadow of dcaih, can be restored to health, beauty and . happiness 1 he doctor's treatment is pleasant and 'effective and has restored thousands ' who had lost all hopes and given them-selves up a prey to their torturing afflic-tion. DISEASE t THE EVE ASD EAR. There is no greater affliction to which humanity is exposed than the loss of right, whether partial or complete Those who are afflicted with inflamed eves seldom comprehend their danger, ami often through ignorance or the want of proper medical aid become blind when they might have had their evesieht preserved. The doctor treats the eve and ear with great success and wanl'd advise those suffering from par-- ; i or complete blindness or deafness not to delay treatment until all hope is lost. CANCER. Canter has always been and is now pronounced incurable Mr surgical Writers and by the profession jat large j IU LStatement of The Fisheries Bow I f Jetween France and England I I Pointedly Given, I Le concessions of geobge m inl JTie Meeting of Lecturer Griswold and Hi I Artenws Ward-Ite- ms of Im-- II I I jortance and Interest. I I (Special Ctorrespondesice, I I HEW Y0ek' June e Present I limnble in Newfoundland gows out of I iSlmiitake that England made iu ever I lrmitting the French to gain a foothold I I island- - This foothold was first I llHtkorized by the treaty of Utrecht, I Itoed in 1713, although it led to m-- I Iferminable disputes it was confirmed by I Lreral other treaties. I I While this treaty recognized the right I I England to the fiill possession of New-- I Ifcimdland it provided that "it shall be I lillowed to the subjects of France to I I catch fish and dry them on land in that I I part only of the said island of Newfound-- I Und which stretches from the place I I called Cape Bona vista to the northern I I of said island, and from thence, run--I IjLj flown by the western side, reaches I I is far s the point called Point Riche." I I referring to the map it will be seen 1 lihatCapeBonavistaison the east coast I I on the south side of Bonavista bay, and I I that Point Riche is on the west coast I I tbont a third of the way down from the I liorUiern extremity of the island. "II The treaty of Versailles, signed in I 1 1768, made an important change in I I these limits. The limit on the east coast I I was fixed at Cape St. John, on the north I I tide of Notre Dame bay, and the limit I I on the west coast was fixed at Cape Ray, I I on the southwest extremity of the island. I I The coast between these two limits I measures probably a thousand miles. I I Here the French were permitted by the I I treaty of Utrecht to build "stages made I I of boards and huts necessary and usual I)! I for the drying of fish," and the same I I treaty prohibited them from resorting to I the island "beyond the time necessary I I for fishing and the drying of fish. " I I Not contented with making these ex-- I I traordinary concessions, George III ac-- II companied the treaty of Versailles with I I this remarkable declaration: "His Bri-- I I I tannic majesty will take the most posi-- I I tire measures for preventing his sub-- , I I Jects from interrupting in any manner byjg I I their competition the fishery of tjooi I I French during the temporary exerriS 't I I it, and he will for this purprjjfy58e the' I I died settlements which &br,l&ii formed I I there to be removed." A,Pconsequence I I of this blunder the srj'tlement and de-- : I I relopment of the Frencn coast have been prevented. I I But these are not the only grievances I I of tho Newfoundlanders. In spite of I treaty stipulations forbidding the erec--I I ton of permanent buildings, the French ll ATLANTIC O '. 1)11 EXPLANATORY MAP. j, JT have engaged in catching lobfreve.I1.t" .A are not mentioned in any cfles'yaties, and have constructed, in of the expressed words of these-iie- s, perma-nent establishments fory byung lobsters. The French have, moy b'er, driven the Newfoundland flherr-.- n out of the mar-kets of Europe. By Ne heavy bonntie given to them the Flinch fishermen have been able to undersell their competitors. In retaliation the Newfoundland legislat-ure, disregarding an agreement between France and England in 1835, passed hat is known as the bait act, obstructi-ng the sale of bait to the French. Supplied by smugglers, the French we been able to get what best they needed. They have also been able to applement this supply from St. George toy. where the French commander re-cently ordered Newfoundland fishermen engaged in catching bait to take np ir nets so as not to interfere with j French fisherman engaged in the same ork. Of course he had a right to do wis, but it has greatly angered the peo-ple of Newfoundland, and it has made jnem talk of seeking union with the States if they cannot obtain re-e- sa from the British government. F. P. S. ' " :.. ! Xutlripwtal rtlnirr i rvii r or rur. hilvtr unrMArt I I Mlnln oamiaaii hallaka lily, i 'a, J tins If. IWl I Ntiftiw Is hsrsby tlvso that aplJ -- lnuf ths tba flu.vam llot'K-vat- MiKinii l'iMST alll lMkIJatthao4li uf lbs sail) rompanr al ftxor t liaTI hUIittn, N. Main strMt.SaUIaattty. I tak tarritia-- at I u f lora nta. on N.ttinlaf Ju,f III ItAV h the fi.llowlnc puriHMM, : T slot a board ot trustsM of tha aaiJ core- - ''To oftr for sals and sail all of !! pmp-t- tf and t nf tha said rooipsnr or so ninrft at th sams as niajr ha mwssary U oaf and rharir all of tba dt)U aud vblKaUooa of ib itimnjr. To .II.ium wats and rllasulv Lha aald ( panr and win I up its all airs And to transa, I am-- otbsr and nirthar loisl-ns-aa maf Issfullf chiis Dsfora Iks mrMtag. Hoaaar Haaasaas. Vh-- a unnt. The Bio Grande Western Eailway Company Stockholders' Meeting. NOTICE IS HKKKBY GIVEN THAT THK annual iuwtliiKof ths of The Klo (Irunda Wsurn Hallway Com-pany will ho hsld In tho Hrott hiilhlliiK, mil stalrsl, ou Main at rwt, In bait l.akrl'llv, l'tah Territory, on ths ihtli day of July, IMi, at o'cloi-- p. m., for tlm tiitrposo of stwtliin a Hoard of for tha ensiilnx yrnr, aud trautiautlug otln-- r business. CHAKLKS W, 1KAKK, Sforstarjr, Dated July Hth, 18V3. fr COMI't.KTION Or ASSKrtHMKNTOr a local ta for tha ritonalun of ths watsr mains on rotirth Kast slrmt, brtwrau 'lrst aud Horoud South Slrssts, Notlcs is hsrshr glvrn that ths Asssssor and Col lii'tor of Kalt Laks t'lt ha mails and mm plsfsl ths list aud plat Hrtalulntt to a loral tai at ths rats of four mills sr sonars foot, Isvird bv ths City Council of Malt l.aks Cltr. July I, 10, iiMn ths follovrlnKdssrrlhsd lots or plsrsa ((ground, namslrt I'artof lots N 4. hhsk al; tiartot lots a, 7, H, hlix-- fa), all lu plat H Salt l.aks City surry. said lai bslna: for thssitsu-slo-nf ths wator mains sli.na ths following dr sdi'lliad routs, ttanisly; routth Kastatrsst. Kirst and Hooond Houth atrssla, (Said list and plat have lodifsd In th" offli-- s of thsCity Rsmrder. No. Cltv Kali, and will ba opsu tor InsiMHMlou for a parlod ot in days from and aftsr ths mil ilar of July, lufi. during whic h tlms wrlttt-- saala to ths tllty CtmnrU for ths of ths assessment may bs filed with ths said Hseorder. In purauanra uf the ordluame In such case provided l.ol'IH HYAMX, Cltjr Rsixirder. Halt Lak City, July 7, uou. SOTK'E IS HKRUHY (11VKN THAT THE I'SDKR-- I signed havltiK been aptioiuted by the City Council of Salt hake City a Board of "t'.uuall-aatlo-and Kevlew" to hear objections. If any, to the assessment aud levy of local assena-innnt- a for the onus! ruction of alilewalks ou Commercial street, and on First East street, and on First Houth street. Ill tsalt Lake City. That aald Hoard will sit at ths City Hall for five days. conimenidiiK on Monday the Hist day of July, 1KW), and ending ou Friday, the Hh day of July, 1M, during iisuhI hiislnsns hours for said purpose. M. K. PA USONS, W. V. NOHLK. II. FKMHKOWK, W. L. riCKAWD, UC. KAUUICIv. Salt Lake city, July , 1H). M'IMOSH. Iu th l)lstrl-- t iVmrt In siul for th Thin J. UUlal uisufc-loflruf- TrrlUr, touutjrof Halt Lsvke. H4LBT, Plaintiff, I . VHctistOsnM lUU'l! C. flAAXV, bsfstutaut, ) 'pllft PrUH'I.K or THE Tr MtlTORr r 1 Utah send (rewtlug lu kUluft C. Mulltr, defendant. You rs hsrsbjr required to apemar In an brotuiht against )roa r I lie mst In the di.utrt court uf tue Third Ju-l-lal DMrti-- t or llie Tsrmur of Utah, and auswsr ths complaint filed therein aruhln tea ilr iei lusite u( the Dajf of rt- - arts IM ervlre on " of this sutnuimatf serrs.1 within this county: or, If srd ml of thl Count, but In lhlsillstrl.1, wmuo Iwentsdar. otltsrsrtse within tortr dsr- - r Judnmeut b cl. tsult will be laksn Sf lnl ruu, ., sUa U tlit prarer of said rotnptslnl The said la brought to have a dsressi of this diasolvtnf tho bonds of tnslrt-Inon- y between plaintiff and defendant; rhana--In- s ths nstne of plaintiff froea ktmsltef to ker InaKlsB name of Creek, and for eoela of eulti above relief prayed on the (round that fof more than one sar last past las defendant had wilfully failed M provide lor plaintiff teeeoia. nion necessaries ol life, bevause of htaldlene, pmfllKc-- and dlss1iatloni and further thai t,sf lu, re lhan three rears last past defendant kaa been sillily of habitual dniiikenneee. And you are hereliy BotlAed thai If rim fall In epM-a- r and answer the said rcwnnlalnt a above required, the said plaintiff will apply M tba court for the relief dsinaadd therein. Witness ths Hu. I'harlea H 7. ana, JinlKs. and the seal of tho district I court ot the Third judicial district, saai. In and for the Trrlt.wyo run this ) aril day of June. In the year of oof Uinl one thousand eight hundred aud ninety. llaa-HTil- M Mitti. Clerk. Ily fo U, Irfmnls. tlspitfirCi-T- lr N0T1CK Of COMI't.KTION Or Aftrlr a local tax for the extension of the water mains on fourth Houth street, half nlis'k east from center of heventh anil KUhta Kal streets - Notice la hereby given thalthe Assessor and t'olleetor of Kalt Lake I'll y haa made and completed the list and plat pertain-til- l to a local tax at the rate of four mills )i- -r square foot, levied bv the city Council of halt Lake City, July I. IsMl, upon the following its. scribed lot or pieces of ground, tiaim-lr- : lyitsC ri. Mock ), lot ?. , block HI; lots I. . block i, lots a. 4, block 41, all In plat H Kalt Lake City Hiirvey. said tax lielnn for the ex-tension of the water main along the follow-ing described routes, namely t Fourth Mouth street, one half block east from renter of elev-enth and K Ik hth Kast si rests. Haul list and plat have been lodged In the office of the City lleconier. No. V. City Hall, and will beoienfor Inspection for a period i if lUilav from and after the th clay of July, Irani, during which tun written appeal to the city Cniiui il for the cor-rection of the assessment may lm filed with the said Hecirder In pursuance ot th ordi-nance In inrb case provided UH'IH HYAMH. City Itocoriter. Halt Lake City, July 7, IHW. SI MMOSTO AMENDED COMPLAINT Iu the DlNtrlot Court In and for the Third Ju-dicial Dlitrlot of Utah Territory, County of Salt Lake. Michael Munoney, Plaintiff, va. William Mahnney, Hannah Lynch, and Daniel Mahoney, William Mahoney, Nora Mahouey, Jultu Mahouey, dcfeutlauts, riMlK PKOPLK OF THK TKRUITORY OK 1 Utah send greeting to William Mahoney, Hannah Lynch and Daulel Mithotiey, William Mahoney, Nora Mahouey, Johu Mahoney, tie fendauta: You are hereby required to appear In an ac-tion brought agaltiHt you bv the above numetl plaintiff 111 the district court of the third Judi-cial district of the territory or IJtnh.anil to an-swer the amended complaint tiled therein w ithin ten day (exclusive of the day of ser-vice) aftr the service on you of this summon If served within this county; or If served out of this county, but lu this district, within twenty days; otherwise within forty days or Judgment by ditfault will be taken against you according to the prayer of aald amended coin pltilut. The said action is brought to have decree of thin court for n partition of the premise hereinafter descrlbud, according to the rights of the respective parties therein; or if a parti-tion mtiuot be had without material Injury to those rights, than for a sale of suld premises, and a division of the proceeds between the parties, according to their rights. Hald prem-ises are described a follows, All that 8'irtlonof Iota, block M, plat "A," Halt Lake oommcuclng at the a.w. comer of nald lot and ruuului thence east I' "'4 feet, thence north rod, thence west l't' feet thence south six roil to place of beginning, situate in the city aud county of Halt Lake, territory of L'tiih. And you are hereby notified that If you fall to appear and answer the said amended com-plaint as above required, the ald plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief demanded therein. Witness the Hon. Charles B. Kane, Judge, and the seal of the district I court ot the third Judicial d'alrtct, 1 SEAL. V In sud for the territory of Utah, this ( v J Z7th day of June, In the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ninety. Hxnnr O. MrMti.t.AB, Clerk. By Geo, D. Loonils, Deputy Clerk. MARSHAL'S HALE. TO AM KXUCCTION TO MK 1)CRHt'ANT the Third Jiidii ui lilsirlct court of the Territory of l'tah, I shall expose at public sale, at the front door of the County Court House. In th city or Halt Lake, Cotin y of Halt Lake and Territory of Utah, on the ,lrth day of July. I wi I. at IK o'clock. M , all the right, title, claim, and Interest of Thorna Allsop nf. In, aud to the following descrlla'd real estate situ-ate, lying, and being in Huinly preoiuct, Halt Lake County aud described as follow, to wit: I'art of the south half or the northeast quar-ter of sect lone, township 8 south, range t rt Halt. Lake meridian , eouinienclugat northwest comer of south half of nortbetst quarter of section 1, thence east VJO rods, thence south rod ami link, thnc westerly along north aide of a main road IK) rod, them e north gl rod to point of beginning, containing acre more or less. Immediately east and adjoining town of Handy, with five share of water right. Hltnaled lu the county of Halt Lake, Territory or Ctah. To lie sold as the property of Thomas Allsop at ths suit ol liavtd Htnlth. Terms of sale, casn. K. It. I'amson. I! H. Marshal. Hy H. Hprenger, Deputy Marshal. Dated July , INK). Ul the Plsin.-- I Court In and tor lh Third J dhlsl Dlstrwtor I tab TrrHory, County ot Hll Ikks. Oscar l. Miller and William Jarnbsoti, plaintiff. Tilll Miller tll'elm. Charles fCHHiMW, H.lilHui and Alexlna T. lirasher, defendants. Th people of th Territory nf I'Uk 4 greying: To Tlllie Miller Olelm. Cnarleg IL Oletm aid AlsilliaT. Mraehsr, defendant. You ar hereby required to appear la an ac-tion brought against you by la above b-- plaintiffs in th District Court of tba Third Ju-dicial Dlitrlct of the T'rrll.iry nt L'tah. and In) answer the complaint filed therein wlthiu tea days. ii luslv nf tbe day of servtc i . after tits service on ym ! this summon- If aervs.1 within this couutyi or, If serve.1 out of this county, but In this district, wlthm twenty day; otherwise within forty dsje or Judg-ment by default will betoken against you, ai cording to the prayer of said complaint Tbe said action I brought to hav a dree) nf this court rel oniilng a eertala nvirtgage, in vie executed and acknowledged by defend-ant lirasher on thai certain prtpftf aliuaia) lnHaltl.sk City Co. I'lsh. being het 1. blk I. plat ' K H. L. City euryey. to tmcurm a certain urointswrry note Biade. easeuhid sod letlvered by defendant T, M llsia di a 11. itleim, March M. law, for n in faeor of plaintiffs du two years after data with, laUT est at per rent pnr annum, so a to limit therein a trua ana oorr --t mpy of said note aa fully ael out In complaint feeiwta; to hava judgment In aald aunt uf turn wita tntft , thereon at per rent from HeytewlasrMtn. INnu and for attorney tea al hi par real on amount found due; same alleged to be due o said not, no pari nf which has been paid th Interest dawn to Hepteoibsr K ii a. Irm; same being secured hy mnrtgsga fteea by dv fondant Hrashr t a valuable eonslderalloei dated June mt, ism. on premise aa decrthe4 herelnteifurs; that tha same he sold and th applied to tbe payment of tha amount Sroreerie and that defendant and alt persons claiming under them uije.tieol lu aid mortgage l lorecloeed of all right and equity uf redemption, thai plalnllffa fcavae. e. utlon for any dalkbrncy, and fug coat mt '"i'lid ymt ar hereby notified that If Ton fall to appear and anewer tea said eomplaJat aa aiae riulrl. tbe said plaintiff will apply W the court lor the rllef demanded therein. Wrraxsa. the Hon. Charlee H turn. Judge, and the seel of the fwstrvi wrrtef tbe Third Judicial Iflalr I, ta aad fee tha lerntiffy of Ctah. Ihl IrX day it sxat. In the year or Loed on I v ' taousaud sight hundred and ninety. Ht.SUV I... M MiiXAM. cura. Frank Iterca and Char l W Hoyd. Attorney lie-- rOsinttlfa. ADMIMHTRATIUX' HALK. N'OTICK IH HKKKHY ltVr".N THAT to an order of the I'roliaie court of Halt Lake county, l'tah. mad- - on the With day of June, A. n . IsuO. In th manor of the hum or Frank Crocker, deceaseo. the undersigned administratrix or said eatata will on aud after Monday, the Slat day of July, lew, sell to the highest bidder aud subject to the continuation of said Probata court, either a a whole car In pan el as may be lor th best Interest or said estate, all the right, title aud Interest and es-tate of the aald decedent, r rank Crocker, at the time of his death, aud all ths right, till and Interest or hi estate In th following de-scribed parcel of land situated In th county of Davis. In Utah territory, and deerrlljed aa follow, tow It: All that portion of Ihe north half (N. tl of the north half iN. V uf section eleven (III In townsh pone ill north, or range oue lit west of tha Halt Lake meridian, which lie west of th center I ne of th track of theOr-gmiHh- Line and l'tah Northern Hallway company I formerly known a th Ctah Central railway; and containing W k4 acres nior or les. Hid must be In writing and may be for the whole or any part of th ld parcel of land. They may ha delivered at any time prior to the sale to tha admlnlstratrti personally or left for her at the offlr of her attorneys dimming Crltchlow. rooms 4, h and a. I'art building, lifl Malu street. Kalt (me half cash, and on half hy prom-Irsor-note ot purchaser due In on year with interest at the rata of H per cant per annum, payable quarterly, by nrsi mortgage upon premises sold. LaitHA Cms Kr.n I'rrr. Admliitftratrl of theasrateof frank ' rocker, Uated, Salt Lake City, July !fd. 1HWI. NOTICE riH) CONTHACTOKS. PKOPOHALft WILL I be received at the office ol Louie Hymns, city recorder of the city uf Halt Lake, Utah territory, up to IS o'clock m Monday, the llth day of August, IWU. Hald proposal are for tha furnishing of all material and labor for the erection of a Joint city and county nulldlng lu Bait Lake City. B tld proposals to be for the entire building complete, or for separate parte thereof (stone and brickwork. ciKilroti co-lumn, steel I beam, etc.. hollow tile, tlreproof-lug- . plumbing, plastering, encoustlc flisir til-ing and moslai; floor tillntr and cement work), all to be In accordance with plans and specif-ications on file In the office of the architect, O. ft. Apponyt, No. 141 Hecond Kast street, Halt Lake City. L'tah. All bids to 1st accompanied by a certified check firr IIH per cent of amount of bid. Hald check to be made payable Ui (ieo. M. Hcott. mayor of Halt Lake City, and If tha successful bidder to whom the contract I awarded shall fall to enter Into a contract within ten dav after said award Is mail to hltu. and fail to furnish a good and ufTlclent bond In the stun of 16 per cent of his hid, tbe aald check 1 to be forfeited to tbe city and county of Salt Lake, otherwise to be returned. Tbe city and county committee reserve lb right to reject any and all bids. LOf?IK HVAMS.CIly Hecorder, Kalt Laka City. July . IhW, i.iaiAL SEALED PROPOSALS VlrILL BE KKOKIVEI) BY THK I NDKR v f signed until in o'clock noon July IS. IHufj, for lining the Capitol Hill reservoir with Port-lan-cement. HuecltlcatloiM can be seen in the offlce of the city engineer, room 17. City Hall. TheriKhtlu reserved to reject any and all bids. Qtui. M. rKurrr, mayor. SOTK'E OF COMPLKTIOiif Of AHAKKHMKNTOI he al tai for the eitensiim nf the water mains .m fourth Houth street, between fifth and fclKth Kast streeta Notice Is hereby given that the aesaorand collect ir of Halt Lake city has made and com-pleted the list and plat pertaining to a k 1 lax at tbe rate of four tollls ir square foot, levied by the city cotim-l- l of Halt Lake Ci'jr July 1st. Ite, utem the following dw rliied lots or f ground, namely: I and a, biiea. lots? and busk retail In plat II. Mit Lake Cltr survey atd tax betna tor trw extensi.rn of th water mains aumir tne folio. Ing datrrliied route, narn-l- y: fourth H,e-it-street between fifth and rtlf fast streets. Hald ll- -t and plat fcse ! Ui'tm.l in li .riieof the city recorder. No. 3. cltv hail and will be ope. uiir Inspection for a perbsl of tea days from and after Ihe atto da f July. ! diiriiiff slui'li time wrltle-- aprals ti.e city Ciiiiui-l- l for the cor.-tlo- of tre a -- niettt may he filed w th the said lu pur nuance of the ordinance lu n ci.se m illed, Li;i- - HVtMs.l tty rialt Ijke city, July V.l, ! SOTICE. NOTICE OK COMPLETION Of of a lu- - ril tax fortheextenshmof the water mains on first North street from first West to West Temple streets.- - Notice is here by eri"o 'hat the assessor and collector of Halt Lake City has raadeundnomplcted the list and plat pertaining to a he al tax at the rate of four mills per square foot, levied by the city council of halt Lake city, July 1st, UMi. upon tbefollowingdetwnried lots or pieces of ground, namely: Lots I. 'I. 'A. 4. bliw-- I'M; nts4.f, . 7. block Sf: lots 5 and block 11. In plat A; lota I V. 3. 4, V bloi-- r). plat f. : all In plat A and K. Halt Ivakecity survey, said tax tielug fur the ex-tension of th water mains s'otig the following route, namely: first North street from first West to W'eet Temple . with lateral on West Temple and Apple streets. Hald list and plat have been lodged In the of the Htv recorder. No. if. city hall, and will be open for inspection for a period of davs from and after IheK'.h day of July. I". during wttlch time written appeals to the city ronncll for the (yirrectlon of the ae!!icut may be filed with tha said recorder In pursu-ance of the ordinance in sii' h ca-- e provided. . IXCIH HYAMrl. City Recorder, halt Lake City. July 7th. ". SOTICE. VLL PEKSON8 ARE HEREBY WARNED, the peualty provided by ordliance, not to remove the body of any dead animal or offal or filth of any description, without first notifying the city scavenger, who will Issue dlrectluus for Its disposal. WILLIAM SHOWALL, City HeavenijeT. April If IfW). Itootn , City Hall. . Ice Caa Creamery ltutter. The proprietors of the above are de-sirous of introducing this brand of but-ter to the people of Salt Lake City and surrounding country, assuring them of an article that will be "the finest" at all times, guaranteeing to be as near n as butter can be made. Messrs. Beard Bros., of Decorah, Iowa, commencedclcven yearsagi with only one creamery, and by their best enitcavors created a demand that at the present time enables them to con-trol tvveuty-tw- o creameries, located iu the northeastern part of Iowa, which W conceded the best butter producing sec-tion in the west. The principal advant-ages being pure spring water and tame grasses, while in the l.iUt fall and winter months the stock is all grain fed and well taken care of in every particular. Their output is now 3,000,(XH) pound yearly. . This brand of butter is now a staple on the eastern markets of New York. Boston, etc. Ask your grocer for Ice Cave Creamery. Sears & Co., sole agents for LUh, o. "Oil South Main street, Salt Lake City. Th'n butter is packed in the tin-line- d MeAdam, butter package, which i air tight and will keep butler any length of time, and is valuable for other uses wlien empty. For sale by all leading groceries. .SUMMONS. la tba District Codrt in and for tha Third Jo rial Instr!. t of I lea TmoJ, County of Sail La. K ATI P. T turn, fiaiaut 1 , r tcajfosa. Outirr K. TaruO". Iwfet-ia- ot J Th f'eopt trf ,M Territory of f.'taS aea4 I greeting toOlltiert II Tayh lefenaant: I V'OC AKK liKHfHV aAClel.l T' AP-- i I ear ta an actio broogal aaraina y i of the a.srre nam- -! plsJO',1 In im falB 'court of the Thirl Judicial tnsfrtri . the Terrttory of I h aad n answer tha rvanpiaint a Ie4 thefeta wttftin ten day leu iulv ta day ut sotmi after the service on yois of thl sumrttooa If vrvrd wltbln thl cmntv. o if ervsl mtt of this eoiinty, but in tin Urv-- , wiiaia twettty days, otherwise w tfuii forty day -- or Judg-ment by itfiull will 1st !. agaioa you, aae eotdiiig to the yt id id couiUJie. Th sa.vt ti- u briaigal to have a strr of tms court disssving tha bonds of toavr, tiiimy hret,r.eejltlr,g berweeo plua'.l- - sal ifwar-lin- piaintlf ruatfsiy of ta catki. Carey fssvalee Tsy.sT tswie nt Hi4 mar-- : rtast and eost f ul- Anuve decree- prayed for n tae ground that siare th arst & re.c.tii.of .ftsnr marriage eVft.it ka wtt- - fuity Ulle.1 refused and aegterted lo pr.'VtJ for piMtiufl tba eomoaoa necessaries ef uf. or to port me Va thetr said caiid. Taf sioca June pef sefendol 6 ertaerlrjo;d iy sst;i!r t.w t the appor vt p(:nu ut U.:r child, aithough often r.,aeted to dw so. and ! compel kd plua'Mt to suiiptKn. owl of her own mu, both defendant and Umu sajdebtid. AB.1 are iMrreby noetned that If yoa fall to jtutMtr aid answer luti ald comptaliit aa ars.ve retued. tbe sad piantlS will apply to the tuit for tha demanded mania. Vsi'nnsa, the tb. t.kawa S. .ne Judice, and tne seal of thsv Dttrt'-- t t'uu.-- t of the Tatrd Judicial fX.'rtet, ltt--l to and thsv Terrlior ot ( tan. srk daTn Aas-i-l ut Ihe year ! our Ihti1 rar tremsad uht rr $tr-- and aires y rirsat i. Mitxas. Clsertv, ity Uiu. U. Luuttu, lKty Cttfa. CrUwold and Artemua Ward. New York, Jr. . "I first met Ar Jfmus Ward in 1858," said J. Minor wiswold, the lecturer. ''He was at that me city editor of The Cleveland Plain-- , dealer. Ward was a long, lanky young Jan. with one eye and a hatchet face. was then known aa Charles Brown, ''Qt when he became famous he added n 'e' to his name. I think he was the ost eccentric man I ever mot, and his arof death amounted to a monomania. Se would get Up j the nigiit, disturbed b7 an awful fear of death, and wander round the house half clothed. I re-member his knocking at my door at a 0 clock one morning, and . asking if I ' bought that Shakespeare would e P1 a good city editor. Ward had a oabit of guj-in- everybody he met. " Even intimate friends were not safe fom habit. One evening we attended a country school exhibition together. The Pay was 'Pizarro.' In the course of the one 0f tjje actora came upon the 'age and exclaimed: 'How now, Go-e- z' On yonder hill we found an old Peruvian!' . " 'He's right!' exclaimed Ward, leau-ve- r toward me. I can recogniaai 'nil1 ?ernvian bv his bar5c-- ' the way home Artemns wanted to nv the horse off the bank into the oal. He would have dona so but for " fct that I grabbed the lines and pre- - Ve3ted him from carrying out bis de- - He explained his action by saving t the horse was warm and needed "Wing off. E. J. .NOTICE OF COMPLETION OK AfiHEfiSMKNT OF local tax for the extenslm tit the water mains on Fifth Last tt Notice la hereby given that the aseessor and collector of Halt Lake City haa made ana roniuleted the list and plat pertalninit to a local tax at the rate of four mill r souare foot. le,ed hy tne City Council of Halt Lake Ct'y July H. irwi. npo the followinif devribed lo or pieces of ; round namely: Lot a, 4. block Si: lids 1, a, hks-l- t 34; pus 1. 2, 7. if. block a; lt t. 3. 4. .. blocs a4; lotsS. , Mock Ik: k: . ". hlocii 31. all in plat h. Salt Lake City Survey. td t.x be.n lor lliie cxtcn-.o- n of atr nutins along the follow, inn descrioed rrmte, namely: t'lftn East street, froin pres-n- t teruinou to center of the block between Sixth and Seventh South streeta. S lid Ust and Iiat have bern liife,t In the office of tbeCI'y No. tf. city Hall, and will be ojssn t'f lnpeetion for a 'l of ten days from ar-- after tbe tub day of Jufr. I) Uiirinit whl'-- time written ap talsto the City Council firrihecorm-t,- ol the axsesomeut aiay lie hied with tha said m inirsuarH-o- the ordinance lu aiwii cs 'nrtrvided. LOt'IS MVAMH, City hWorder. Salt Lake City, July Yt, ivi. SOTKE TO WATEIl I'OKl'XEB.S. ri'HB ATTENTION fir-- THE TCBLIC I.H 1 herew-t- calod tot: f.rfi w:i.K rti.e n Section I'- - of tiji revised ordirwccesi in relation tothe-- :t liKeclty waterworks: -- isor'.nklers (or uwns. s ,J!!i street. win'.ws ai d fronts in tli U4-- r dirtrict must henstd on,y ijetweert the h.jurs ut atid o'clocjj a. tu.. ami i .fl o.cue a i. Id , and tn the itw.-- d;tfii t fjeswei-i-t t fi; h itirs of an.l U u eioek a ni. and and o' lorH n. ra. dunnit tij- - month of July Aus-- nt, n j.'em'e-- and j o tojerot ea'b Toirtr minute, tines earn day .ball aw allowed f.er the enilrun4 nf f re h hii iuare yard- - oi t.tW n m tin. utr di.- - I trlet. and twenty miii'it- -. ea.-f- c itor fur tha j j same an-- In tne !... l.a'rli t. ur rer a .17 f tic j,- -r. Of tUU S tw , Miaii 'it .!.. .cii.m he r.r.e.1 ui i . sum w ev.eemi.jr a,lot rs ! r Hie nc- -t n . nod tt"t twen:y sonars ff ea a i:e fluent e ' A strtc eiif,-- f errient of t- - is il:nn e 111 pefee'ortn tie sTseri.l hf ffte m.yrt. ' halt Lae Ci'v Juif !. ti. I UK I.H liVAhtS, C'i I OK COMPLETION OP NOTICE of a local ta cjfor the extension of the water m.ns on Second rVjiith str-et- , from bet-ween Teelfth and Thirteenth to between Thir-teen i a and Kmirteenth East streets - NotW e Is hreby art that the Ascvr and Collect'ir of Salt I.ake Oty has rn-- ile and completed tie list and plat to a hsral tax ! h t rate of four mills per square foot levied by l.,e City cu'inetl 't Silt Lake City, July I, i- -, upon the foticwlnif descnijed pu or pieces of t aiielv: lst I. . block 31; lots 7, blo.-- vri: lots Sf.'a. bloc it St: lotsS . block all In plat K I.ake City Survey, said lax i lriie the exteuM-- ) of the water mains alot.if tne followine iiev-riiie- route, natijeiy: Halu rift and plat have tesen in the nftb-- uf the lty Kecoroer. No. city Mall, and will be open for lnp, ,' "u f"r " pervwi f Hi -r fiorn and after ti.e eh aav o' July, istai. w hi. h time written aine-al- s t the I lty Coon. 11 t fr the rtbai ul thr tes.nnt maj-- I j filed w'lh the said Keswter In p:irsiljiB. e of the In so. h pro-- . ine,i ! l.OI'IS HVAMH ny Kttordrr. Ball lke ( lty. July Ita, lit.