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I i THJ SALT LAKE TIMK8. TUK8I)A Y JULV 8. im. 7T f LEdAl. uiketoTst 5Tto bs. Fit of TVfua A. Lnte decenaed N'OTU K I.H HfcKFBY titVEN BV TTI eiaeubvr of the etat of Thotnae A. Lr . d- -. l theeredtto-i- of, ami ml rer-.- n having rialtn aitit tbe ai4 tneththlt Ihena, with the mmwr? wncaer. within ten, monthe after the Ural publication of lilt wottce . loth lit1M'ltin or either of them, at the reaiderjce of Made-line Lyne, T e.t II rt South Tempt tr a Mill jah City, I tab. or the aiaea of tm-i- e of Kmul W l.yn No. l uth Port-land avcuue Hraiklyn, New York Mttxi nt t.T. HaacgL W. Lrym Fieritlor of ihe nhu at Tniuu A. Lyae, tl L Dated June - ieoal. 0T!l E VP" COVPLETION OF A43V.SAMF.NT OF ' ' local Ijt fur tlie etetil.o of the water maiue on J ir t froroMxin In Lishlh street. Notice ii hercbv given that the aw ami v:livt,.rof Lak City haa ma.tr and d aud 1,1m jieriainiug local t j the r.iteof four mm per aouare levied by the HIT omunl of Salt Lake Ct.v. July tat. . upon the follow- - lK-rll- tote or ptecea of pound namely: l,,.t tauil 3. bfo. k W: tola t and I, bloc. Hi. I..U I aun i. bl.-- in. h'Ui hkk imail In plat t. Salt l.aknty urvey; kh! x being t.u the et o iim n ol t.ie water ma.na aioiig the foikoatng dcrt1td route naint-ly- : J .irect from Sutb I.. Kighth atrmta. 8td Mat atrt plat have be-- bulged In thenrtli-en- theel'y r'con1er No. . Cliv Hall, aiul a III ho open ,ir lii,v--, uo for a period of ten day from and after the nth dav of Julr. ISO during wh h time written aival In ilix rity omii. f.,r (he or oi lh aMena-m-ti- t nmy bo til.-- , I mUh th aal.l In piirsuauieof thfo-,!!n.in- fr tu . h - l.tn is IIVAMH my . a.l Ukf tlir, Julr Jth. imu. RAILKOAtui. 5MiPo)!iIar Route tK, To all Points East Ouly oue thatiite of car Utah to Kan-sas City or t. Louis. Elegant Pullman Buffet Sloeping C&ri I'rre Korllnirtf I'halr taru B aun your tlckrt rad Tla the Missouri Pacific Railway It. C. Tau-nsttu- O. P. it T. A., S. V. Perrah, C. F. it- - A., Room , IViyrru Bidg MaU Lak Cify, C'faA, STEAVI GRINDER And deiler in Baiberg' Hupplle. Our facllltlea for ftrlndln and Kiixors, 011pimih, SUeara and Kolvraaie uuburpaiwed. CHIXA DECORATORS. So, 105 K, Firtt Srnilk Street, Opponilt bait Lake City, CUu J.ui. SALT LAKE VALLEY Loan aod Trust Company, Salt Lake City, Ttah. CAPITAL . . " . S00,000. Money to loan on real estate and other good securities, on short aud loug time. DiamTotta: O. J. S(iiftur, Pro. H, )yr, Vict-Prt- t; W. H. McCornicti, (irttrye At. Itnwnru, S. Bnmbertirr, John A. Urvnbeck, Emanuel Jiahn, M, Jt. A'vuna, (r. M. Cumminy, Secretary, fi. H. FieltU, Jr. . . Treaturer. Real Eatate Mortuunea. guaranteed by tha compauy, for aale. Office Daft building, up gulm, No. 1IM Main at Utah CentTpal Railway. Time Card in effect May 22, 1890. PttKtienirer Trains leave and arrive al Halt Lake City aud Park City dally aa follow; HALT iri uity. Train I luarea Eighth Bo and Main at 7 so a m " S " " A 01 p. in " K arrive " 10 trO a in 7:aup.in PAHK ( ITT. e Train I arrirea Park City ,... 10 on a m " S " " 7:.'lp.m " leave " 7 :.') a m ' " " 5:UUp.m Frelnht traina leave and arrive at Halt Luke and Park City dally, except Hun.lay, aa fol-lnwa: Train No. I leave Suit Lake ..it :.lia in ' fl arrive " H hp m ' S leaven Park City II flu a.m " 5 arrive ' 4:iiup.m No pimneuorH carried on frelifht train. PAHncrraift hatkm: Hetween Halt Lake City and Park City, "Injtl trip. tl. ltd ween bait Lak City and Park City, round trip, 1 JOS, H. VUVXti, T. J. MfKiNTtmil, Manager. (Jrn. ft. i'lu. Ayt, NOBLE, WOOD & CO., Tbe anTf Exclusive Hatlers !n Salt Lake J 'oumaris Celebrated Hals, B T. Barton, Jr , J. A Oroeabeck, W. E AaJnv Burton, Groesbeck & Go,, BUYERS ASD 8KLLKR.1 Of CHOICE Business, Residence and Acreage Property. Bole Agents for South Lawn Addition. Office 269 S. Main SL Telephone 484 TAKE THE CHICAGO MILWAUKEE & St. PAUL FOR ALL POINTS EAST. It la the only line rnnnlnir aolld Ventlbnle, F:iertric LlK'ited, Hteam Healed traina between CblcuKO, Milwaukee and Council liluffa. Oma-ha. HI. Jooepb, KannaaClty and HnuU City. All train onniHiaed of Pullman uieirnihreut aleeplng car and TIis Finest Dining Cars io toe Worli For further Information apply to the neareit ticket offlca, or ALEX. MITCHELL, Commercial Agent, S aouth Main afreet, Halt Lak city. 18 years in halt Lako City, Dr. C. W. Higgins The ri Hpei luliat, Has removed to nioreeleirunt and commodloUi parlor, 17 and 18, St. Elmo Hotel. I cC , t . TJb it v, i" Dr. C. W, HigicSi Hicrotcopic and Analytic Phyticiaa, Laa prjetc-- in Salt Lake City elirhteen yeat. aud tbe w.inderffil and wcii-ea'a- a.rtid cur. a he hg In t iat t.m jrrove to ac en .iflc t r te !n on which h reme.l;ee are compounded. Formin? diafrn jl by the a d ol tlie enablea bun to detect IB i,T.mry caua of the dieeaae and efteel a radl-- ! cal cure. Tb Doctor baa cured tnouaand of caeea of Nerrcmt lieblll'y. Mental inl Pby-eica- l Weakneaa, leof Manhood and Nervoua ProetratKm. tbe reaolt of early fn.lt andcaceaae. and will forfeit Five Hi niiKro In.iJAHS for any caae taken under hta trai- - ment which hp tall to enre. .Syphiiit. (Krtiorrhea.'H' t. Htrlwure and all old. iinirenng dieeaae. wab--k vitiate the btol. and Impair the ytm and penna- - nently cured. ALL CI.ASSKS OF Fl TS CVUF.O. TapetartBs rrMvd t itli B'tl r B Pit. A Smelt C in Saprem Court. The Qnincy smelt cane, which has been before the superior criminal conrt in Ded ham, has now assumtsl a new asjiect. Tlie defendants are (Hrj;e II. Thnrter Charlea L. Prestutt and Sawnel Greg-ory, who were complained of before the conrt at Quincy two yeara ago, chargra with takinjir l.fXH) nuelu by seine or net. The law provide that em-- person en-gaged slmll forfeit $1 each for smelts so tiiken. The defemiauta were actini; to-gether in taking the wnelts. and Judga Humphrey, of the district conrt at Qaiu-cy- , found them guilty and fined each fl3u. The defendants appealed, and at a jury trial in Dedham the difeudanta were found gnilty of taking 8o0 fsmelis. The defendante, through their counl, John L. Eldridge, have appeared before Judge Aldrich in the superior court at Dedham, and moved an an-e- of judg-ment upon the ground that thedefnl-ant- s were originally each found guilty of talcing by seine 830 smelts, and no more; that said judgment substantially acquitted them severally aud jointly of taking the remainder of the 1,000 smelts, aa alleged; that the verdict of the jury finding that the defendants took 850 smelts was, therefore, inconsistent; that the defendants had been put in jeopardy twice for the same act, and that there could be no judgment in the record, all of the facts relied npon appearing in record. Lawyer Eldridge's motion, which lawyers think a good one, has been over-ruled by Judge Aldrich, and now the case will bo sent to the snpreie 9 court-Bos- ton burald. MABEL RECEIVES A SALARY. A Xot1 Plan to Intarcat Growing-- ter Daugh- In the Work of tha House. "Do you biow," said Mrs. Warner confidentially to her friend. Mrs. How-ard, "that I am in great distress about my daughter Lacy?"' "Indeed!" said Mrs. Howard, in some alarm. "Yes, really! She is getting so care-less and indifferent about the household work. Of course she does not positively refuse to help me, but she goes about everything in such an indifferent wav, and evidently takes no interest in her work. I have eluded and scolded her, but it does no good that 1 can see, and I don't know what to do about it. Do you have the same trouble with Mabel?" "Oh, no," replied Mrs. Howard, cheer-full- y. "I occasionally have to direct Mabel, but she is very willing to work." "Mabel always was a good girl," sighed Mrs. Warner. "She has her faults," said Mrs. How-ar-with a smile, "but she cannot very well object to doing the work she is paid for." "Paid for! Do you mean to say you pay Mabel for helping you-- " "Certainly." "I never heard of such a thing!" "Haven't you?" said Mrs. Howard gen-tly. "Why, I have paid Mabel for work-ing ever since she was 8 years old. At that age I began to set her such simple tasks as wiping dishes, dusting the furni-ture and watering the plants, and for those duties I gave her ten cents a week. With each year her duties in-creased, and also her wages. Now she is 17 she fairly shares all the household duties with me, and I pay her $1.50 a week." "The idea!" exclaimed Mrs. Warner. "I think that is too much money for a girl to throw away, and I'm sure I can't afford to give Lucy any such allowance." "It is not an allowance," replied Mrs. Howard; "it is a salary, and out of it she buys all her own hats, ribbons and gloves, and it also leaves her enough for pocket money, which I think all girls ought to have." "Oh, if you look $t it Id that light," said Mrs. Warner, "you give her wages and then yon spend them for her!" "Not at all. Mabel does her own buy-ing, and I find that she has learned how to shop with judgment and economy. Besides, the knowledge that she is being paid gives her a proper ambition and pride in her labor, as well as the ability to use money in a sensible way." "I am afraid Lucy would not like the idea," said Mrs. Warner, with a doubt-ful shake of her head. "I should think she would," assured Mrs. Howard. "Every girl likes to feel independent, and, if she knows that she has earned the money in her purse, she will spend it wisely. Of course she will still look to yon for dresses and wraps and shoes, but in time you can increase her weekly wages until she can bny everything she needs. Remember that you will have to do so anyhow, and if in so doing you can at the same time incul-cate the knowledge that she is doing her duty as a daughter, your money will be very well spent." "It does seem reasonable," said Mrs. Warner, as she rose to go. "I will try the plan with Lucy." Golden Days. SOTltX. TrT txpairrvirr. I OrTti lorOoirnii'ti" r rnaiTaai.-- T I W May I l,JO. Wniniii hratH'v-t.rTllirjirni"- 4 to th uui1r;n41 H aaa Han matlalo apooar that Ih Nailonat Hank of In Kpuhlt at hail Laa city. In tha cit of ait l.aka. In ih muuty of Hail l.ako aft.t lamsorr of Ctaa, aaa onmpttrO with ail tha proWiloea of the atatulr of Ih I'nttaU uia, minlra. ta re compiled with before an awrte(ia ahatl be to onunienc toe twain of baaJt-l- n AnTWtra I Je P Ahrahama. ly and e1ttt inprvniw of lb tomm y da aotvhy thai in .Naikmat run of the Mcpunli.- - at Halt I.ak rity. in Ih rttT of all l4ik tn Ih entmtr of rtalt la uU of t'lah la auth.lsl to ian the ttialna of teuiktuf aa prolruWd in lWUiei fifty ie hunUrvnt ant utr nine of the re im1 atattitn of th I'n1il tato IN Tt.oTIHt'XV KIIIKM'I', WItlHNM tn hand and aral of uiBre Ihu Ulh day of Maf, J I AHIIII1M Ifpuljr and artinf ol Ih y. N.v ttrt KEEPING HENS. Burette a (n. tanKipeHene He One. Had. Keepnens I don t Keep hens ZZA f r5rJniwkna: but4 I Zt ,a'!? the amou,lt Bunshfne throws across my dailfmth would be bard to estimate hour that would otherwise tog Sv away ls lightened J amusmg and at times thrilling and S otog drama of "The Man and the He io watch him come out of the totoveanoldbro,-nhe- n into thet ann my wind tbat e imbecile the first time I saw hTr the delicate shadings of action from easy, grace, al cunfidraoelo sober eamesbiess, thence to calmnej then to senousness, tliat deepens into dead which passes into leep rooted and eternal resolution, with indications of conscious indignation giving p ace to irritation and human anger, which in turn and at last sweeps away into one wild, chaotic cyclone of Wind and destructive wrath that darkens the April day with bricks, clods and other language, as the old brown hen a magnificent blur of squawks and feath-ers, goes banging with a cloud of dust into every door and window on the res-ervation, except the one to which her at-tention is being most earnestly directed to sit at the casement of my lair and watch this instructive drama of life in its varied possibilities is like reading one of those old, ever new books that we love. Most of my neighbor's hens ap-pear to be feeble minded very few hens are intellectually strong but at times they display the cunning of a man-ac- . Especially is this apt to be the case when they have succeeded in reducing their nominal master to the condition of one. Yesterday my neighbor discovered a loose board on the back of his hennery, creating an adjustable aperture through which the restless fowls found egress into this world of care and trouble and early gardens. While he nailed on the board the entire crew of hens walked sedately out of the door on the other side, which ho had Jtjft open. A general alarm was sounded, and the man's whole family at lust corraled the maudlin Crew in the hennery. Then they walked quiet-ly out of the aperture of the loose board, which he had left ajar. No, I do not wish you could have heard what he said. Indeed, I am glad you did not. I did not hear it myself. Ho was too far away. I could see his mouth going, but I could hear no sound. I knew what he was saying all the time, because I used to say it myself. Oh, yes! I have kept hens. I once, in radi-ant, hopeful days, built a hennery, say-ing within myself: "There is nothing better for a man than that he should eat and drink and that he should make his soul enjoy good in his labor." And when the last sun of that year set on the disheartening record of weasles, pip cholera, rats, red spiders, gapes, cats, predatory freemen, bumble foot and minister's conference, I evicted the clus-ter of omniverons appetites that wan-dered about the, place in the guise of hens, detourinir mv substance and all adjacent substance that happened to be left anywhere within fifty feet of the ground; turned the abandoned hennery into a preserve for coal, which was the dearest thing then in the market, and "looked on the work that my hands had wrought, and on the labor that I had labored to do, and behold all was vanity and vexation of spirit, and there was no profit under the sun." Burdette, in Brooklyn Eagle. WE CATCHES BASS. peff pertinent Pointers on the Methods ' pursued in Catching the Wiley Bass In His Stronghold, gpOOK IN( A BUBBER COAT, If) Skeptio Who Was Convinced Items of Interest From Divers Sources I Notes. The Albany boat had just passed St. Sony's Nose the other morning when lilliaia M. Ivino emerged from his bin and leaned over the guard to the miats aa they rolled over the jsnntain crests. "This begins to feel like good fishing nather," said he. "Did you ever go rout fishing?" "No," replied the reporter, "but I've aoght black and striped bass." So have I, and right good sport it is, w, I once fought a big bass on the ilsssachiisetts coast for over three hours, ,nt I finally lauded the fellow and found 18 tipped the beam at sixty-tw- o pounds, twas glorious sport. When you are tilling don't you find it best to let the ishdoall the fighting and worrying?" "Of course. I always keep on a good rain and let the fish do all the rush-jg,- " replied the reporter. ; "I see you know all about ic. My ex-- T icrience is that the more a fish is allowed odart off, trailing the line after him, he more he exhausts himself. Having tooked him properly, all that is neces-ir- r is to keep him firmly in hand, and 0 ooner or later he will get tired out and ' ome to the gaff quite exhausted. That i always the way I play for a big fish, taring struck him, and knowing the k iook has a good hold, I let him rush off f ito deep water and sulk. Then, when iegets tired and cuts up, aa big fish do 31i rhen the hook is in their jaws, I simply iold on and bide my time. It is the only ray, for if you try to force the fish or fighting him you only exhaust onr own strength and give your prey a hance to break loose. Patience is neces-ar-y in fishing, and I've always found hat patience and good, strong tackle do he business. The wilder a fish acts the usier it is to land him. Always let your U ish do the fighting." New York World. S0TICE F OOMPi.KTION tF ArtKSHMF.NT OF wV itra t for Ih rlln-tt- n of th nuina on Third Houth alrwt. frra Ninth ant TVnlh Kat to htwn Trtilh and l.lvrtith K.- -t rta. Notlr 1 hrrvhy l van that Ih n.ir and rollM-lorn- Salt l.akUly ha mad and rom plt'le.1 thrl.at and plat pertaining to a hal tm at the rat of four mill ur eiiiiai foot, lviod hy the. ltv cou ell of Malt I.ak I'.ir, Jour ly 1. an upuu th M.oniiia ,t. md .ota, plHv of ground, nm-l- l.iin f and . lilorktl; h.t. 1 and a, l.l.u-i- i MN. plat Fi lot a a audi, blia-- lutlatid, bl,V A, plat n. all lu phitu F and H. Halt I.ak IM aiirvay .tlrt lax hem fmr the piuu.n of Ihe wa- r in a' ni. alotiti Dm folio ,u, ui-rlli- rout, iiaint'ly: Thlnl South tr. t from nililwa Ninth and Truth t:al to midway or lwn Tnili and Flevenlh Krat atnw-t- a Hatd IWtan lplal hate lawn lodd In Ihe onv of liientv tniirdpr. No. tlif Mall, and will ho open for lni-- t Ion for a period ol ln da, (rout and alter the ftthdayof July. IHi.dHrinii whirh tlmo written nMna.ii lo Iherlly nwiit il for thr oorm-Uo- of th anarament may h ld with th aald reoordi-r- . In puntuan.e of Ih ordlname In aura 'et unortd.!. Lot. I II V AMU. halt Lake City, July 7, IMi. nty K.m)r. Mutlr SpiH-la- t Xcetlar f MorakaM. FFli K or TIIK HU.VF.K atiM'NTAtX J'uIn MIT.lni.mnf). adnpaue haitJLaa Illy, t tah, Notk-- e la hrhy atva that apeelai Weil-l-of Ihe !. kh....-- r ol the u a al.'ia- - ti Viai.. i "aririll m tM t' ihc- - of th M il nnoany a rnoo-- 4. teft eijtldtna. N.v jn,nth Mala ir. 4a.iLaai1iy. I uih trr.i'inr. al llnckiri anna, oaa jiiriar Jmy IK th followtu rnroiMM, b ail To tet l hoard 4 UuaCaea of Ih eaM coot-pan- y To offer for aale and eall all of Ihe pfnpavtf and eaia of Ih aa.4 company ur an na-- l of Ih earn aa may a nriry to pay atul dt. rnarg all of the dbta aud oolKaLuoa of the c.vTooitiny. dl'inon (.ral and diaaotT the aald Mn. panr and wiu.i up tie affa.ra And u tranaa. t wk othr and rurthr tmel. oeea aa may la fully rome hfore tha mi:b(. K. atai Hanaaaaa. V We Ifw4ul HiS Gap. KA8T BOt Wl) TRAINS. "NoT ST-Atl.u-mo Atlautlc Miilt. Kspraaa Leave Oplon :ia.ra. h l p m Arrive halt Lake 0:, a m. f p ra Leav Salt Lake (il no a in. Tilo i n Arrive l'rovo M.n p m. p in Leave l'rovo ia:;i p m. a i p m Arrive (Ireeu Klver 6 i p.m. I M am Leaveilreen Klver T.Oiip.m. !t a.iil Arnv uraud Junotlou.. llt.iip.m. D liiin e tirand Jum-tlou- . . III:."! p.m. 10 ki am Arrive I'ueiilo I ,t:ivi p.m. a di am Arm IVnver .. I T.lft p m j 7 15 a ui VTKttT llOt'ND THAINS. r KJTT Noli"" l'arino Mall. Eapreaa Leave Tien vr S on a m H:(T) p.m. Leave Hllttlilo I :ti p m l l a.m. Arrive urand Juni'tloa... Ml i.in, in p.m. l.rave ilruml Junrjli... IM a.m. T:l.1pm. Arrive (ireon River 11 : a m. II ;M p.m. Leave (ireeu Klver Ilital a.m. ItJ in a.m. Arrive Provo emh u.m. 7.I& a m. lave Provo S:,"i n.tn. Tr0 a m. Arrive Salt Lake Si.lipm. t:tt a in Leave Salt Lake S.anp m u. Arrive Uml.-- io:H) p.m. !:! a m. LOCAL THAI.NH. AI.T LAKI AND OOllfUf. Leave Rait Lake : Arrive Halt I.ak! :uia.m. Diuhe.in. tutiha.m. Ill loom :30p.m. BiTipiu. Sdhp.m. StOpm RAL.T UH TO BINinAM ANU WAHATl H. Lv Halt Lake. 7:l a.mil.v WaaU-U..0:U- 0 a.m Arr HlnRhiHu. B .'Vu.ni l.r Hlnuham . ripiii Arr Waaau-h- . ;I6 a.m. Arr Salt Lake t.Up.u D, C. UOlMlB, 4. H. BENNETT, lien. Manacer. Uen. I'aea. Ai fOMPLFTION OF ASHF.SSMFNTOF alictltei forth eiiKnniiol the water mama on Fourth Feet atreel, belweeu Fuel and Hecond ttouth Htreeta. Notli herehr g.vn that the Aeor and ( ollei torof Halt Lakei'.tr ha m ule and l the lint ami plat perta n n lo a li al ta at th nl i.l lour nilliirMuar fixt. Ini.nl ny tu t.My l'miin-1- of Halt l.e I'll w. July I. IMO. UHn tl follow Init itw-rit- lUor plerel of gnxmil. uaiuely : Pert of loia a. 4. Ii k il , pin ( f lot A. 7. blix-- Ni, all lu p t H. Hall LakeO ty aurvey. aald lax fm the Urn-Io-of th water mania ilonj Lie IoIIowIiik de. null... namelv: Foitnh Fat atteel, r'lret and Hurond Honlh aireeta. Hatd llt and iiliit have heen hdk-r- In Ike off of theOity R.vonler. No. , illy Hall, and will he open for liiaM,-t.i- for aiwriod of indaya from aud after the mh day of Ju y. i"u during hl' h lliun titteuaiiH'al to Lie t:ay Coihh ll for th rorrn-tioi- i of lhi aMaamtit mayo tiled with the aald In pursuant- - of the onllunm-- In urli rai nroviiied Lul IS liVAM-l- . Illy Heonrder. Halt Lake City, July 7, !. M'.UC tntaa IMitrtH Court In and for the Third - dlt lal l.i.-io- f Viih Territory, County of nail Lai., URA'--a H. haul i ar Itainlif. 1 v. .rao; Kaltm C. au-t-. Defendant, ) rpilH Ffcol'LF. OF THR TKRRtTORV Of 1 I'tahacnd retto w Haifa 0. HaaalMy. dfUtlanl. You era hereby raqnlrad k apear ta aa ai lion tineiitkl aalnt yuw hy the above nj.4 plainttA In thedi-itrt- i t oourt of the Thlnl J AH lei llUI. l of th TTTH.iry of Utah, and t anar lb pomplaint fl'd ihrln wtiain t day lei.-lual- of Ih day of aervioa) after tha ervtt-- on you of thla eummooa- - It ar4 within Ihleeounly; or. If rd ml of lata eomtty, hut In IhiadUtrU't. within twenty day. othrwla within forty day of i ky default WIU he tahea aainl you. exordiaf laa the prayer of aaid complaint. Th aald action la bf.nM to have a darraa nflhl rourt diawlv n th b.m.1 of anatrt m. my hp t ween pialnilil and detndant . chati( Ina ll.e name of piaimiff from Hmaltey lo he maiden name of ( k. and 117 eoaia of auil. atiove relief traved on ta around thai for nior than one yar taal pa I (neder-ade- nl ka wilfully failed lu provula fur piaiaufl in eoea plon of ill, he eua of hi idlea, proSiKury aod dlaaiiMtlon, and furtber thai f. more than three yeara laet pt dfndaitl ka lniiiiiy of habitual d"inanna And you are hereby aotlod that If row fail tn apitear and anwer the aald eimiplainl aa auiie required. Ihe eei piainiltTa will apDiy th rourt lor In relief drnaait-- lhrtu. Wltneea th lloo. I'harlea M Kanx Judif. and th al of tha dione. 1 rourt of Ih Third ludkial diairt, t. attai. In and fr Ih Trritiyf t'uh Ihi r ) Srd day of Jnc In ih year our lrd "tin thouaand idhl hundred and ninety. Ilxaava MiMrt.LAii,ara. He ftWi l. Iointa Deputy lt VTOTICK OK OOMPLK.TIOff OF ArtHF.HK nietit. tif aliH-a- l tax for Ih eilnion of th water mama on Fourth Houth atreot. half IHiH k eaat from oeuter of taeveuth aud Kluhih Kaat iiHieta.-Noll- oa la herehy given that the Aaeeaaor and I'ollrrtornf Hall Lukel'llr haa maile and oonipleted Ihe Hal and plat pertalu-lii- l to a local tax at tha rate of four nulla per Hilar foot, levied or I ha City Oouneli of Hall Lak t'lty. July I. Immu. upon Ih following de lota or pleeea of rrnund namely: Ixita 4. K block .11, lot T, I. bio. k II : Iota I d. Iilook XI; l.ila , 4. lil.Hk 41, ail tn plat H. Hall I. like City Hurvey. aald tax for Ihe ex-tension of th water Uialna alnna tha follow-lu-ilnaorllved rou lea, namely: Fourth Houlk xlreet, one half blm-- eaat from renter of Her-ent-and F.liihth Fat aireeta. Held Hat and Plat have heen loilyed tn lb offiee of the City Itnooruer. No. u, i lly Hall, and will hopnfor ltiaeiton for a period of llidava from aci. I after tha Mh duy of Julv. IHeJ, durina whli h inn wrillen iM.ala to Ih City Council for thmr r:tliui of the aaaeaainent in iy he tiled with the aald Keeonler lu puraoauoe of tha ordi-nance in auch ra LOIliaHVAMd city Koordr. Bait Lak City. July T, IWV lJ A Spook In a Rubber Coat. Two negroes employed at the shipyard (toss the river aro several degrees rhiter since Friday, the change being aused by fright. The circumstances sake interesting reading. 18 The Louise has been hauled into shal-6- 3 i.w water and her deck is above the sur-i-ri ace. The negroes wh are working on at i:r are in a fearful and excitable state, wause the body of the colored boy, ifesley Evans, is still in the hull, and 0 heir superstition gets the better of their udgment. Friday the foreman told the cm that a reward of $25 had been of-er-for the recovery of the body, and vo of them finally volunteered to go nto the hold and search for it, the re-ra-overcoming their fear. They strip- - d and' waded down the cabin stairs nd through the hatchway, where the later was about up to their necks, and rithout much haste felt around on the wttoiu. They soon shouted out that 1 hey couldn't find the body, but the fore- - nan told them to keep on. In the meantime one of the white forkmen quietly undressed and put on nibber coat to give a realistic effect. k slipped down by the bow, drew a 'fflg breath and dived, quietly swimming 1 long under water for the thirty feet to 'here the negroes were searching. He it himself drift slowly against the " 'dies of the seekers, and the result was lartling. With one wild yell of horror hey leaped for the stairs, their eyes "ickiDg out like onions from their ashy sees, and ran until they dropped from ihaustion. Nothing could persuade im to resume work, and they still roily believe that the body of the towned boy, animated by some dia-olic- al force, attempted to seize them. Jacksonville Times-Unio- JUKXIIAL'S HALE. lirKHL'ANTTO AN KXF.Ct'TION TO ME I directed by I lie Third Judicial Dlairli I conrt of the Territory of I 'tab, I al, a II eiHia at public aula, at the front u - r of the Conuly Court Hmiae, tn the illy of Halt Lake, Conn f of Malt Lake anj Territory of Utah, oil the Snh day of July, !(, ut IH o'clock. M . all the rlaht, tin, rlHItn, and Interest of Thomae Allaop of. In, ami lo Ihe following deacriiied real eelale aim a to. lylnif, and belnif In Handy precinct. Halt Lake county and dearrtbed a foflowa, to it; Part of Ihe M.utli half of th uurtheaat uuar. ler of aertlotlll. totvnalilp 3 aouth. ru-- I eat Halt Lake meridian; eommetu Ihg at north wal roruerof eoulh half of Bortbe tat quarter of up. linn n, thpureeeet lao rmia, thence aoufb to riM anil H Ituka. thence we.ierly aloun north able of a main road I'AI roda. them e north TI rode to point of beirlnulni. routalnlnir ."J acre more or lea, luiuipillatply ! and adjoining loan of H.ilnly, eCh dr aharvauf wainr rlvlu Hltnaled In the county of Halt Lake. Terrliorr of I lull. To tie a. ild aa the property of Tlionia Allaop al Ihe ail II ol I'arld Hmlth. Termxof aale, cah. t. H. Pauaoa. V ft Mar-Ha- l. Hy II. fprener, DepatyMarabal. Dated July V. pui. In Big Lack. Billings Jinks is a lucky dog. Just think; a dog trod on his foot. Thompson What is there lucky about that? Billings Why, suppose instead of a dog it had been a horse or an elephant? Then his foot would have been mashed all to pieces, wouldn't it? Texas Siftings. Boat Holatlng Apparatus. A patent has been granted for a "boat hoisting apparatus." This is the general title of the new idea, but it involves very much more than is implied in the above term. The apparatus provides the first practical method yet advanced for the lowering of lifeboats, as it seems to afford for the first time a way for the "last man" to leave a wreck with any de-gree of safety. The hoisting of the boat is done by two men with a crank appar-atus, which permits it to be accomplished with much less exertion and in a much smoother way than by the old method of blocks and ropes. The lowering of the boat is a great triumph over all methods now known. The boat is swnng off the hurricane deck with but little effort, and when filled with passengers can be lowered either fast or slowly by the act of a single man in the boat, who, without any direct out-lay of strength, works by means of a rope a lever above. The great service ren-dered is in providing a means of lower-ing a boat full of passengors without as-sistance from above, or in case all had entered the boat to supply a means whereby the boat could be evenly low-ered down and controlled in its descent. This cannot be done where it is being worked by blocks and ropes, the latter in the hands of men at opposite ends of the lifo boat New York Commercial Ml MMUMH. In the mairl. t Conrt In and for th Third iHafrb-- t of I tah Territory. County of Halt Laaa. Oecar I. Miliar and William plalatifta. Ttllle Miller liMm, Char1- - ''" II. Illelio anil T, Hrbr, Tk Poopi of lb Trrtlory of flak ad srppiiiiK loTllile Miller (Jlelin Charlea U Olelnt aod AleilnaT. Hraaher. dfnd4ite. Von are hereby mjulmt In appear la aa ac-tion bruuabl you hy Ina above naawMI Slamlifta In lb Diatri'l Court of In Third J ll Territory of 1,'lah nd t.l nwr lb complaint nied lhrla within tea daya. leaclualve of li,e day of aervtrei, after th arvii on you of IhUaumrtprae if aerved Ithm Idle eoiiuiy or. If rved onto Ik county, mil In thla dietrirt, wlthux wa'f data. othrwia wittiia forty dr or t by default will blan aainl rou, at cording to lb prayer of aid MapieJiit. Tb aald la immehl lo ka a dev of 1htooun reforminif a certain morif- - niad arutd and a an.iwie.iaed by darend. antllraaheron that certain property eiliiai in Halt Lak City Co. Cua, t.;.- - WM I. block It. plal ' E ' k L City urvay l .rf a certain pr.rtnlaeory hot M.ad. aiaeuled and dUvrd hydfa.lnuiT. M liKiat A C. Ma t,llib. Man h H. I for wrau m fa. of pieiouTa du two yara after data "lib In tor at at per carat per an num. mt aa to Iowa tiiria a true and correct f py of id a.rf aa fully ael out In eoiaplalnt Wln, to aa. Judgment la aald an in of tnui wilh tateraea In. fWa at a Mf cent from Masteatkar ua, I, arid f atd.rne a f tt per real bm amoonl brttftd du, ain aileared tobaduac.a) aaid note, no part of which ha ba paid aa Ih latareai dwa to (aepiemker aata. law. aain belna aecnred by n. n,i(f given ry Mrahr f.? a vainabi efatd-rtioa- i dated Jm tt. IM oa yeraiian a dMirto4 aeretit!,erur. mat in earn a a it. I area ah Srnceede applied lo lb par nt of ut atn.ni a I and and all prun claiming e Inr Iheia tirfual w aid niorgafe o of ail rigal and liiltyof redemptw mat pfairrtilf hare eriituia for any detwiency, aad fo ceaaaof tilt. And you ar hrhy hitfnd thai If yon fait lo appear and anawer th aald rnwtpUial aa !,,. required, ta aald piatnti will apeiy In Ih court toe the relief den.aavied there. a. W n to ll n Charlea an. udg and th aeal of In ltirti-- i coon of th Third Jodlrtal inatrb-t- , la aa l hw in larrlurry of Ctak, im ta ir f ) ai. J June la the yar of orar Uard imm ' Upruaaod eibt and ain-et-iiashv a mi iiu.aClark. Freak Ware and Chart W llo-y- Atbney log PUlnill. I'tterancea of a Nonentity. Mamma Ethel, you must not allow Mr. Derbydude to say sweet nothings to you. Ethel Then you'll have to muzzle him, mamma. It is all he is capable of. Burlington Free Press. " - ADMIMSTKATRU' 81 LK. NOT1CF. IS IIFHF.IIY UIVFrf THAT PCB to an order of the Probat court of Halt Lak county, (tab, mad a on Ih th day of June, A. U., Ifaj. In tha inallar of the eatat rif Frank Crikr, dceaaed. tlie unu.'raiKiied ailtnliilatratlix of aald eatat will on and after Monday, tbe if I at day of Julv, laad, aell to tbe htgheal bidder aud aubjeet to th confirmation of aald Probai rourt, either a a whole or In parcel! a may be for tlie beat Iniere.ta of aald eaiai. all tbe right, title aad Intareat and tut of tbe aaid decedent, Frank Croraer, al the time of bla death, and all the right, title and Intereal of bla eatale In the following de. acrlbed parcel of land altuated la the county of via. in t'lah territory, and dcnbd a follow, towlt; All tuat fortiori f Id am, half fW. S of th nor'h bail t.f H of aeeiino even ill) la Wwnnb pone ill B erth, of range on lit weet of the f a t l.nke uierldlan. which Ilea wt of the center I n of the Ir. k of tlieOregon Mmrrt Line ami t'lah Northern Kailwar ccai ioy tfortnerly known a tn I'tahOotral railway) and containing kklrl ariee more or lea. llld moat be In wrtiltig and may o fur th whole or any part of the aald parcel of Ian. I They may be delivered at any time prior tn Ine aale to tbe admtulalratrlt peranuaily or left for ber at ibe office of her attorney, dimming A CrHchlow. riK.rna f, and a, Daft building, Ike Maluatraet. Hall Lakl'ltv. Term: W bail i ali. ami one half by protn-Ia4r-noteof purcheaer due In one year with tntpreet at the rate of per cant per annum payable unr.riy. aecared by llrat mortgage upon premlae auhi. I.AVHt Cam ana Pm " Admlnlrtntlrt of the eatale of Frank Cro. kr, I'a toe). Haled. B ill Lake City, July HI, IMI, Waan't Holding Hia Own. "How is Bronson? Holding his own?" "I don't know. He wasn't the last time I saw him." "Where was he?" "On an ocean steamer." New York Sun. . Carrier Swallow. The popular name of "swifts" is likely to be more than ever appropriate if the following announcement is verified: "The training of swallows for military purposes is being proceeded with active-ly at Roubaix, under the observation of Capt. Degouy, who has been detached for this duty by the minister of war. The birds will be swifter than the car-rier pigeon; at the same rime it will be more difficult for the enemy's bnlleta to hit them. All the swallows which are at present in training are young, and so far they have given fair proofs of their capability for carrier service. One, after having been taken to Paris, was set at liberty, and reached its nest at Roubaix in an hour and thirty minutes, the dis-tance being about kilometer, or 155 miles, " Leisure Hour. The screen. At last that convenient and comfort-able article of furniture, the screen, is left to the cabinet makers. So great is the number of the monstrous creations of amateur hands that they have finally been relegated to obscure corners of lumber rooms where they will not offend the eye. In the place of these home made screens, or those like them, which dealers used to sell, have come the irresistible screens of today. And there are people with such an overweening regard for the light, airy, convenient thinga that they put them in their kitchens and halla as well as in all the other rooms. ew York Telegram. - A Great Record. Ladv (calling on friend) Oh, isn't it splendid? I have made six calls, and I've found at home. you are the only one Bangor Commercial. I.F.UAL. LL PF.ltHO.V3 ARK HKKF.BY WAKNKD' under the oenalty provided by ordl'iance' not to remove tbe body of any dead animal or offal or tilth of tiny description, without nrat notifying the city aravetiKer, who will laaue dlrectluu fur It dlapoaal WILLIAM 8IIOWALL. City HcavenirF Aprtl 17 IHrt. Koorn city JlalL A Matter of Paste. xlUfll ftp 1 1 " Ye see Missus Stookey'sdi'mon syitr "Yes: but I b'lieves dey's paste." "Waal Ishouldn't wondah. Her man s anyhow, ye know."-H- ar-! a b!ll poster, ber's Bazar. A Skeptlo Convinced. For the past six weeks public interest s been centered on an old house two tiles south of Mount Carm, Tex., which s said to be haunted. About a week o it appears, a crowd of people went lt night to see his ghostship and met th quite a laughable adventure. One ding man named Bud D., who pro-we- d no belief in spooks, went ahead of ie crowd, and, after climbing upon the P of the house, sat down, expecting to advancing crowd to take him for the tost. He did not have long to wait lie crowd came up and their first words nt a thrill of terror through the bogus Snout, for a voice was heard saying: ! "Why, there's two of 'em Bud looked around, and, sure enough, Mrs sat by his side a simon pare ghost " was dressed in long, flowing robes, not :Dlike a shroud for the dead, and its eyes teamed like two coals of fire.:' To say 'tot the ghost personator was scared 'wild be expressing it mildly, for, with l?ell that would have been sufficient to (ke the dead, Bud sprang off the house, H as he afterward expressed it, "hit a ground The crowd, loroughly alarmed at tha --ghost's" tion, made tracks tor Mount Calm, !'kile the "ghost" begged his friends to j 'it for him, but the faster he ran the . der the crowd ran, and was at least j hundred yards ahead when it reached i Iotnt Calm. There- were twenty-tw- o Ple in the crowd. St.. Louis Globe j ( X0TICB OOMPI.F.TK' OF AftHKMrtMF.NTOr Or bet el ti lor Vim eatenauui ut ih. of main in Fourth Hotitk etreal, between Hfin and Hlith F.aat utreeta. Notice la hereby given that tbe aar tad collector of Halt Lake City haa nude and coin plete1 the Mat and plat pertaining to a local lata! the rat of four mill per acinar frt. levied by Ihe city eounHl of Halt Lake c.ty July lt I ami. upon the following dari --d pita or pleceaot ground nmlr: I !oI Mock A. ur 1 1 and a block ll .l .a p.at H h. t La C tv auney add tax for tn extet on of th waterrwialba along the follow-ing ediawl mt;'. nafreiy, F'xi'tn omth aire- -t lejiweeti Fifth and Hlgth llaat at eeta. ft d Hat aod put have he-- zl in tr ore eofthec ty reovler. So t, nty kail, tad wll be o 1 'or t't a period lea iro n a d ' t - a'k tr of July. n, during wh a lime er ten ap, eu l. lae c.ty j emncl for 'be e rr-'- .:" o' It. ea.to-nt n." oa Bled w lb ". 1 in foir uuca ol th o-- ' n if h c . nro I ed. ' U-- liYASt j Bait Lake Ity July b. M A0TICE. NOTICB OF COMPLF.TION OF of a Uk al tag tor tbe enienalon of the wter mulna on Fl ret North alreet from Flrat Weet to Weal Temple eliel. Nirtlce I her by (riven tbnt I lie aeeeaeor and collector of Halt lAMm C ty ha made and nompleted l.ic Hat and plat pertulnlug to a local ta at the rate of four mill per equa- l- foot, levied by the dty council of oelt Lake dty. July tat. IW npon the lollowlngdeacjibed ktuorp'eceaot ground, namely: Iot 1, . il. 4, block let; lota f 6, , 7, blce-- ki; lot A and 6. block M. In plat A : lot I. . 3, 4. ft. block . plat K; all In pi .1 A and E. Salt Laker ty aurver, n d tag belt g 'or tha eg. on of Cie water main a.ung the. foil ,wlng deecT beal route, namely: F1r-- t N'-r'- atreet from Flrt Wt to Weel Temrl tr t. w.tk Uterala on Weat Temp ebd Alio atreete. Raid Hit and plat b ivfl been lodged In t ie of-fice of the i Ity re. O der. No. f. city hail, and w li loivi for lnaier t;oii tor a jerlod of lea dva fi-- and a(t-- r tliek h day of July. W.i. dur rn: w cl, titn i wr tten arpeala Ui tr.a city council tor the corre.:tion of the a - 'neiit tr.sy be filed w.th the ald iwwler l i nurau. ance ol the or I n .m; id k c- - p ov o. i. U.l'H IIYAM City scolder. Bait Lake Cl.y, .1 y 7Um, IHO. SUMMONS. la the tMat net CVeirt la and bar ta Third adl lei of I th T.rriUery, Cottuty of Hall Laa. Kats P. Tatlta. Flalalt I v araKua. Go axrf M. Tatuea. t)fadaai Ta ropt of Tare lory of T'- -k avaA gratioa to tli"Ct H Ta?se defendant Ut! AltE HKHf.HX MFsl' leO rAr-pe- r ta aa a liua hroocal agaJaad ro --.f tb ate.v aaod piaiatig ta tn fV:er.ru't Court of th Tiift Jud.ctal lntrta f ih Tatntorr of t un and to anew in o.mkia.ul Al4 lhrta witata lee dark tea. ' ol lb dijr of THtt ait. lo aerrw yon of th a amra-- if aerved w.'hia th a ematf . o if awrved oot of tnia county trot ta th ijfrsn. wa gay: oiherwi wiujo Itxxf dayavxar )u nt by default win tw laea agaioel yott, age cord, si t in pray of eomptaial. 1 n aaid .'(!" ta rinignl V have a de of Uo coon iliaaotv ag tha bond of Batrt-tunn- f ertoforellio tmtear pl.Watil aad defeoitant annov piamtlf etaabeiy of tea eh id. cry reCHee TayUr uuen of aald ataf rtaya, and eowta f autt. Avva iecre praya.1 f..r in tte. ground taat Mac th kral .ghl .,otaof laeir niirr rdan aaa y :a.ld refad ami lefKtal to provtd fur uleUiUA la enaiaaua naaeaaanee T u,'. or to lefua ul bar Ihetr aaid ehod. TvaT etrjeo June. Iwi defetebaal ka eBtrtb4 aiaao-ln'-- ;i brward Ih aatppiart ef pla.ati tit tue-.- eaud. aitkvnuk often r'iu4 lo da ad ka towimwi atauituf w tapvutx, oaa of hat a aaeana, aoia Ariradaak aad taatr aaiat caiiaL and yoti ae hmay aoad that If y fait loapef aod aaewer tha aald rooiplainl a reqa.ml. taa 1 pia-ati- if will apply , to Ik conn bar th relief aeaa add laawein. , Wtriurae. th Huo. Chart Imam Juag and th aeal of ta Olarrwa oar of In TMrd Jailtciai tHeartea, aaa! le anet fc ta Tneibar of I taa, tai ev o April in ta rear el mt Load ..tee 'kceieaod tgU Aiag fedan1 ttiaery Itaaat '. Mrl ta Cata, By'icj. it Lwait, r pty u-- fav i Playful Animala. .One of the finest sights ever seen in is town ia the picture presented by a 3wig gray fox and a hound pup,' which m caged together in L. H. Cooper's wi- - The fox is about two months old. ' as dug out of a hole in Franklin a a weeks ago. The pnp and the "gray" ffa on the most friendly terms, and spend e day in play. At night both curl up 'ther and sleep. A small kitten has placed in the window at times, and y three enjoy themselves in play. The of the young animals afford much Jfasure to the lovers of natural history, guard the pen for hours.- - I The Bafeat Side. Milkman (to applicant for situation Yen have hl experience, have you? Applicant-Oh- , yes, sir. "On which side of a cow do you sit to mi21r' j ootside, sir." Harper's Bazar, j ' Noted VrM Writer. "Did you ever know that there are men who have become noted as the writ-ers of songs who never wrote a verse in their lives?--" remarked Carrol, after we had discussed "Annie Booney, "McGinty" and "McManus." "Ben Col-lins who died in New York recently, wrote lots of good stuff, but did you ever aee his name on the back of a sheet of music' He used to sell songs to people who were better known than poor Ben P. Skelly wrote many beau-iSSn-but "Pretty Red Rose; was that made a hit Some the onlv one medians have a habit of buying unknown bat bramy R.b.-S,ndt- lcg the credit of h.vmg them. Iu this way a crrUm Ltor who never wrote a song in his life, LestaWbed a world wide reputation wnter ..f comic Tima-St- r. r. too. sotick of ruL-Krn- oi raw. OFF'irr. AT HALT l,AhR CTV. IASlt Juti vh I'Oi- S itic ta bereer given th.t the b.il'ca-.n- g aimed eeUler haa head notice of kta ia eat oo to ai na ,1 pr-e- i in exipport of hi f i i m. and taal a-- prd will be nla before ' f relator aat rece.rer I at sail Lae city. I'tah. oa July end ! j via : David H. Ijtfosert. U . UHK 1 b Bartvaai rpiarter t on tn, townaalp 1 aunta, j ranral we.i. t. L. P M. HiuantVa wltneto prwv I h'aeootoiuooa reawieee-- e nytt and r'ittlxatl.a .da lid Uod ru: J I). V. aoac of i,rai-- r Halt Lk ceiiity. 1 ta J. H Moeaaer a.t !. ttiy P '' - W.iUam Lli: of i.raager, j Hail iJiaecmiuty. Ctah f.iiCTirtlk, of trogr. f J M lae roonty I taa And om. t tie i" U. ina.. who en Ware k - mw.e deeert entry 5et tm the j -- jio land are arey etimtrvm I to appaar at t ta earn time atKl pl eivl . ... any too hae ym? asal-- t eflirr atneitd (Met. i r raaceiert and - proof and Seal ee'f .tt kt ciaimaat "e"' j N'OTlCE OF WMPI.KTIOff OF AHKW. of a local taitf' lb tpnrpn of tn water m .ua on H ond aire, t rom het-ween '1 and Tnin.erith to between Thir-teenth and Foonejta yit atr a Nolle la hereby given tnat trie ard Collector of Salt Lake city baa made and completed the llat and plat t.-- rt ilti'.uif to a be al tax at tbe rate of four niliia pr aqukre foot levied by the C.iy toatir:! of Halt Lake city. July I, lJ. OibU tte followuig dean rioed lot or pie. e of ground, namely: Lot I, S. bi it ; Wda a ?, bwck ke. I.iia V a. block a. bio- - k all In plat F Salt Lak City Horver. aaid la be-- i tng for th extetiaton of the water tnalna aig tlie lolkrwlng dewrined route namely- - Haul ' rial and plat have bn Pxlged 111 tKPOfce of the ( Ity KeewMer. So. i, ( ity Hail aud will be oieei bir Lit a frw of lo,Ut. ;rom and after ihe atn oavof juiy ipji. doniig which lime e apte-ai-e to tb (llv I o.m. ll for Ihe mrrm-xv- of lae aeeeaaroent mar be tiled with the .aid Kecoeder tn por-tian- of th ordinance m aucb ce.ae rrc,, io l lii"iillVAa nr Kp.JTr. I jit ldetvy. Juiyt'h, fl. ' 8er Sklrta Saved Her Ut: j "mle hanging out clothes from the 4 story of 259 Rivington street, Celie :orm, a domestic, lost her balance. ' As j 'Wned towarl the ground her skirts cS'"t on the shutters of a first story Wand she was saved from death. cnrTred from shock and was taken BeUevue hoepitai York Press. :W!g Se. j Litde Benny Grandpa. they 'tdgger fly than a horse-fly- : j Grandpa (thoughtful'.- - 1 dau lnr. pVTiny: therei mav:;be a two-h- o fiy j some'eres. Harper Par.r.