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HE SALT LAKE TIMES: TUESDAY, MAY 24, 1892. : S k Lk;al notice en the probatk in and fur bait Lake' "ounfy, Territory of l'tah: In the mutter of the Estate of William' S. tlaTman, deceased. Notice of time, ami for the placs hearing of Petitions for admission to Pro-bate ot Will. Pursuant to an order of said court in said mat-ter, notice is hereby given that Tuesday, the iMth davof May, A. 1). 18!2. at 10 o'clock, in., at the County Court House in salt Lake City, Lft ih Ter-ritory, in the court room of said Court, boa been appelated the time and pluce for the hearing of petition of William M . Harman praying for thu anmlaalon to probate of a certain document there-with presented, purportinir to le the last Will and Testament of William ft. liarmau, deceased, when .(! where all persons interested may ap-jie-and oppose the probate of mid will, Of th grunting of letters testamentary to William M. liarmau as prayed for in said petition. In witness whereof, I have hereunto set inv hand and affixed the seal of said Court, tin Dta day of May A. D. 18U2. iSeal.J c. E. ALLES, Clerk (if the Probate Court ByCAi sTKV Browne, JR., Deputy Clerk. j 100 Ksward $100. The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least oue dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh biting a constitutional disease, requires a constitu-tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is takeu internally-- , actini: direc tly upon the j blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, ana giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers, that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address, F. J. Cheney, it Co., Toledo, O. J5tf" Sold by Druggists, 75c. Try our white onio.ns.. S. L. Pickle Co. C. E. Podlech has relurned from Los An-geles, and resumed the control of the White House where she will be pleased to see her old friends and patrons. 1 I I MOST MEN. .. ;re liable to be deceived in buying a Suit of Clothes: THEREFORE, ve want you ti do more than sim-ply glance at our SpriEg and Summer Snits ! As you pass our door. . . . sft WE INVITE YOU! To come in and try one on and know for yourself just yvhat you are buy ing. WE GUARANTEE every Garment and promise you courteous treat ment. i Strictly One-Pric- e House! P. Gardner, IJ. jl Barrett Bros, for fine furniture. . . . Always fresh. S. L. Pickle Co.'s pickles. a M. Kopp has opened a wholesale and re-tail confectionery at 54 W. Second South. m- W. J. MONTGOMERY Buys and Sells j WEST SIDE WATER STQqfT) Office 166 Main. $300 Keward. WE w ill pay the above reward for any case of Liver Comnlaint, Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, In-digestion, Constipation or Costiveness we cannot ears with West's Vegetable Liver l'ills, when the directions are strictly complied with. They are purely Vegetable, and never fail to give satisfac- tion. Sugar Coated. Large boxes, 25 cents. Be-ware of counterfeits and immitations. The genu- - ine. Sold by Johnson, Pratt fc Co., 4S Mam etrest. Sail Lake Citj, THE MORGAN HOTEL.! 144 W. 1st South. CENTRAL LOCATION. FIRST CLASS I!f j appointments. RATES-$- 2 an 1 $2.50 per day. Special Rates to theatrical add large parties. J. H. CLARK, Prop'r. Garfield lieacli Trains. Qa and after May 17th the I'nion Pacific will run a special train to Garfield Beach every day leaving Salt Lake at '2:00 p.m. and returning leaving GartieUl Beach at 5:00 p.m. Fare for round trip 50 cents. D. E. BUBXZT, General Agent Passenger Department. Are You Going Kast ? If so, call at 900 Main street. Salt Lake City. Do not forget the new limited train service, via the Rio Grande Western, Through Pullman palace sleeping cars to Chicago without change ; tourist sleep-ers, etc. .. Entrance examinations for the School of Mines of Columbia College, New York City, will be held at my residence, beginning Friday, June , lSOrJ, at 10 o'clock a. in. R. EE. TEiiiirxE, 417 S. West Ten.t;le street. uinmoiifl. In tho District Court in and for the Third Judicial i District of l'tah Territory, County of Salt La.'. Kleine, Timberman & Co., plaintiffs. vs. vSummons. Levy & Scbulman, defendants. The People of the Territory of l'tah send Greet- - ing: To Levy Jt Schiilraan. YOU ARE HEREBV REQUIRED TO in an action brought against you by the above nimed plaintiff, in the District Court of the Third Judicial District of the Territory Of L'tah. and to answer the corn- - plaint tlied therein within ten days (exclusive of j the day of service) after the service on you of this summons if served within this county: or, if served out of this county, bur in this district, j within twentv days; otherwise within forty days j or judgment W default will be taken against yon, according to the prayer of said complaint. The said action i brought to have judgment against defendants in the sum of $1,616.74, with ' interest thereon from Jan. 18, 1SH2, and costs of suit: nlleged to be due for goods, sold and deliv- - ered by plaintiffs to the defendants request, be- - tween the month of July and November, 1890, and interest thereon at the legal rate; same being due and wholly unpaid. And you are hereby notified that if you fail to appear and ansyc er the said complaint as above require 1. the plaintiff wiil take judgment against you forthe sum of $1,616.74, with interestas abjve and costs of suit. Witness, the Hon. Charles S. Zane, Judge, and the Seal of the District Court of the Third Judi- - rial District, in and for the Territory of L'tah, this 22nd day of January, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ninety-two- . SKAi--j HENRY G. Mc MILLAN, Clerk. By 00. D. Looms, Deuuty Clerk. I ii ) I,, . l,,-- J S. SEXasIX, The old timer from Aspen and Leadville, Colo., ha opened his TAILOR SHOP. All my friends should corns and see me. Cleaning, altering and dyeing of clothes warranted to give satisfaction. Second-han- d clothe bought and sold; best price given. The old-tim- from LeddviHe and Aspen. S. SKLIX, 108 Kast Second South. St. SALE PURSUANT TO AN j MARSHAL'S to me directed by the Third J u- - dicial District Court of the Territory of Utah, I shall expose at public sa c, at th front door of the Conntv Court House, in the City of Salt L ike Countv of" Salt Lake and Territory of Utah, on the 13th dav of June, 1M2, at 12 o'clock M . all the right, title," claim and interest of Hen W. Priggs, Jr., an Olive Driggs.of. in, and to the following described real fituate, lying and bein in Davis and Salt Lake County, and us follows, All the interest lha' Ben. W. Driggs and Olive Driggs had at the date of inak-la- g cf said mortgage or has kUc acquired 1n! Section (SB) thirtv three, and the Nor'hwvst qnar ' tec of Section (88) thirty-two- , all in Township (") North Hinge (Hone, East Sal Lake Meridian, being a one half interest In said Section (38) thirty-th-ree, a id a one-thir- interest in said SortK-we- st quarter of Section (321 thirty-tw- o excepting frora said Section tbe following piec com men c ing at a point ten (105 rods North of the center of the frontdoor dwelling hou-- e iear old mill on j said premie, thence East to section line, theiuo South twenty (2i rods, thence WMl forty 4S)i rods, thence North twenty rods, thence Ka t to the place of beginning, ontnining five ;n p of ground. Also lots three oil in Block on hundred and ten (110) in Plat 1), Salt Like City Survey in Salt LakeC.tv, Salt Lake County, 1 tab. Also all the right, title and interest of Ben W Driggs Jr. and (Hive Drier in lot (71 seven in Block twenty- - one (SI) ITat .1 Salt Lake City Survey in Salt Lake Conntv, Utah. To be sold as the property of Ben W. Driggs .r. j and Olive Priggs at the suit of John R. Park, j Terms of sale, cash. K. 11. PARSONS, U. S Marshal. Bv A. i. Dyer. Deputy Marshal. Dated May lTth. lu i Snmmoyi. In the District Court in and for the Third Judi-cial District of Utah territory, County of Salt Lake. Jesse Reagan, Plaintiff, ) Vfi. Summon. Letta Reagan, Defendant. ) 'ine peoino ot the Territory of I tali send greet-ing to Letta Reagan, defendant: AOl ARE HEREBY" REQUIRED TO AP 1 pear in an action brought against you bv the auove named plaintiff, in the Disir.ct court o the Third Judicial district of the Territory of Utah, and to answer the complaint fliled therein within ten davs (exclusive of ihe day of service; after the service on you of this summon if served w ithin th s couhtv; or, if served out of this county, bat in this district, within twenty days; otherwise within forty days or judgment by default w ill be taken against you, according to the prayer of ail complaint. , The said action is brought t have a decree ol this court divorcing plaintiff and defendant, and decreeing null and void the bonds of uratrim existin""betw'een them; granting p.ainttff such other and further relief m the premise as hall to the court seem just and proper; and costs of nit; above relief prayed on two grounds, as fol- - : owe, to wit. : First A wilfnl desertion of plain tiff bv defendant for mo e ttan one vear nxt preceding rhe 11th day of April, lc9J. Second f.ross neglect of duty as a w ife to the plaintiff daring all of the t;me last mentioned. Andyou are hereby notified that if you fail to appear and answer the said complaint as above re- - j quired, the said plain'iff will apply to the Court for the relief demanded therein. Witness the Hon. Charles S. Zane, Judge, and the Seal of the District Court of the Third Judi-cial District, m and for the Territory of I tail, this iStfa day of April, in the year of our Lord onj thousand eifht hundred and ninety two. siAi.. HKN8Y G. McMlLLAN, Clark. By Geo. D. Loomis, Deputy Clerk. SHOULD WE SPEAK ENGLISH A Dissertation Which Shows Conclusively Tint We Undoubtedly Should. A CHANCE FOR BOYS . AND CIRL5. Mcketw' "Martin CBmzatewtt" Offered for the First Correct Translation of the Article Following. The use of the dead languages, by certain rlasscs in the United States, in the transac-tion of every dr.y business has prompted the writer to pencil tbc following, A prize of Dickon's 'Martin Chuzzlowit'' wiTl be given the hoy or girl under !." years who will first translate the article itito Knglish as origi-nall- y written. Ali replies must be accom-panied by this printed article which must, be cut out and mailed with the solution. "Ab intinito of the year the writer has had an idea lurking in his brain to-wi- The penriiing of nn article which should be cias-i- c in it m ake-up- . ' This idiosyncrasy is not the result of Amor pro pre or of a desire Ad CaptHiidisin valgus; neither can it be class-ified as Cacoetfeea scribeadi or a morbid craving to be considered Distingue. Perhaps Divertissement is the Desideratum Lir Dulee. -t deslpere in locA and limn spiro, spero that my fellow may enjoy himself annuo, Ex usu of my Facetiae if such they may be designated. "Hoiii soit qui mat y peuso" is a motto BateienX in ite character. Esto perpetaa, be-cause, forsooth, I know there are those who mlU classify this as debris and will say, after readine- t'ui Ronn; The above question is Argumcntum ad ignoratitia. because I am striving to place Argumcntum ad hominum before the pub-lic. That is. I intend to convey without Ar-gumcntum oaculinun; that Aura popularis is in the direction of a continued use of the dead languages, which I do not regard, as the French express it, as Conune il fait. We ' have orani nobis, a condition which we Should discuss as a Conseil cP etat. True Consuetudo pro lege servator and attorneys ar.d physicians as w ell as other professional men have kept up the practice, but in an English speaking country, where the lan-guage is so exnrcssive,it should be regarded as Contra t.onos mores if not an offense Sub poena. Thai the practice is a useless oue can be observed D die in diem for the reason above stated. Deo gratia is suiUcicnt aud Facile princepa. Hie et ubioue is this assertion recognized with but few exceptions. As an argument in favor of the practice sotue quote Lex mm scripts or J its cauonictrm; others plead by declaring, the physicians generally, that it is Jus humano they prevent impleasaut results. Me judice there is Nihil ad rem in this kind of argument. English being Nulli secumlus I contend that the use of defunct languages is not Pro Bono Publico. Nota Bene, if Open-- pretiurn est to use either the Greek . or the Latin except Fro re Data, Pro tempore. Of course the custom is not a sine qua non by any meaus and should be Sub judice at once. Spero mcliora when through L'sis loquendi; this Vexata (juiestio shall have been of. Exempli gratia let the matter be discussed pro aud con Ad extrcmum, Adlincm, A' dis-cretion. Ad literam. If when the debate is concluded the decision is not on my side the monitors may bo considered Non compos mentis and the case regarded as be-ing' Coram non judice. Duh e et desipere in loco as T remarked before en rapport with this discussiou, but in this I am wholly in earnest. Errare est humanum and En veriti. I may err in the uosition I assume. Et hoc genus onme. But Ex alamo do I believe that I am In loco of a benefactor to the people of my country. In re the use of ((notations from unknown tongues as applied to our everyday business matters, in Rerum natura not In situ and is reprclicuiblc in toto. Who will differ? C. M. Jacksox. AMUSEMENTS. An extremely fashionable but not a very large audience was present at the Theater last nicht to witness the first production in Salt Lake of the bis New York success, "The Merry Monarch." And it did not require an extraordinary amount of discrimination to see that Fraucis Wilson made a hit. With one or two minor ill i ilin0a the cast re-- l mains the same as characterized its first pro-duction in New York 6ome two years aero. The plot is founded on that of Yanloo's which was brought out in Paris tow ard the end of the seventies. The libretto is by J. Cheever Goodwin and the music is the joint work of Entile, Chabrie and Woodseu Morse. The story is (liiitc suitable for the the intioduetiou of humorous episodes and the efficient com-pany which surrounds Mr. Wilson is equal to the task. From the star's first entrance upon the stage, when he tumbled down the stairs of his royal verele, to the end of the opera the audience was kept in a round of prolonged laughter. The sons, "The Omniscient Ostrich," and "Love Will Find a Way," as well as "The Kins: With a Biir K," were interpreted with inimitable humor and received encores without number. Laura Moore" s pure soprano voice was heard to advantage in the role of Libita. She has a eharneiqg app arance and at once won the approval of Ihe audieucc. Lazula in the hands of Miss Lulu tilaser was handled in a credi-table way and she was the recipient of a iroodly amount of applause. This is the character originally done by Marie Jansen. The scenery and costumes are identical with that of the New York production and are beautiful, particularly is it so of the secnery j in act two, where it reaches to the top of the proscenium arch and is a gorgeous settintr. The music is lively and quite catchy. The i chorus, while not being remarkable, con-- ! tains some good voices; and taken as a whole the company is pretty evenly bal-- j anced. "The Merry Monarch"' will continue its run till Friday niirht, and the success it met with last night is bound to fill the Thea-ter each of the nights. N'OTICK TO CREDITOR- S- KSTATI tV L. Uartlett, decease. Notice I hereby ien. hv the undersigned, Samuel C. Hartlett. Vdminietrator of the Estat- - of Tezeta L-- Bartlett, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necesary voucher within foar months after t!;e first publication of this notice, to the said Santnol t . Uartlett, Ad-ministrator, at the office of S. il Lewis, .soma Main str'e . in tue County ol Salt Lak. SA.M1 HI. C. BAKI LKTT. Administrator of '1 e:.e'a i.. Lartieti, ilect4'ed: VN ORDINANCE LEVYINC. THE TAX AND for the assessment of property on the East side of East Temple Street, beginning at the South line i f Third South Stieet and extending South to the North line of Sixth South Street, being in Sidwalk District No. 8. Section 1. He i: ordained hv the City Council of Salt Lake City : That said Council doth here-by levy the tax" and for tae assessment of the property abnttiftg upon the iota and parcels of land he:em afcer described on Eas' side of East i Temple Street from the South line of Third South Street to the North line of Sixtn South street, being in sidewalk District No. 8. This tax is levied t defray the expense of construct-ion of sidewalks oil said street within snd Dis-- triet, opposite the lots and parcels of land to be affected or benefited by said improve-ments and it is hereby adjudged, determined and established that the same, will he especially tene-Ste- d by said improvements and aid land, lots and parcels of bind are hereby assessed at an equal and uniform rate in accordance with the linear feet frontage on the Etst side of East Temp.e Stre.-- t in said Sidewalk District upon which the sidewalk is to he constructed. The total cost and expense of construction of sidewalk on the East side of said East Temple Stieet between the South line of the said Third South Street and the North line of Sixth South Street is estimated at $:,HiR and the rot of said improvements is estimated at $t.tib per front feot by local assessment upon the lots or piecs of ground to he affected or benefitted by said im- - provements and the tax hereby levied and to be assessed on aid lots and parcels of land is $1.(10 per front foot abutting on the east side of East Tern-pi- e street within said sidewalk district and the j ( ity as' scr and collector is hereby authorized: and directed to asses in accordance with the provisions of the ordinance and for the purpose therein mentioned lots four and five In block fifty 4wo, and lots two, three, four and five in j b ock thirty-nin- and lots four and five in block thirty-four- , all in Flat "A" Salt Lake City survey. This levy of tas upon said lots and parcels of land abutting on the east side of East Temple street in said sidewalk district is made upon the same as the linear foot frontage of said lots and parcels of la id, appear and are shown in the ofSc- - lal plat or r.ap of said city. Section 3. Said sidewalk District No. 8 is i bounded as follows : B ith sides of East Temple Street from the s mth line of South Temple street to the north line of Eighth South s'reet. Section L This ordinance shall take effect from aud after its passage. Passed and approved May 0, 1892. R. N.BASK1N, Attest: C. E. Stantox, Mayor, Seal City Recorder. I nited States ok Amekica. Tekiutorv op Utah, ss. County and City of Salt Lake. I, C. E. Stanton, Recorder in and for Salt Lake City-- . L'tah. do hereby certify that the foregoing is a lull, true and correct copy of "'An Ordinance, Levying the tax and for the assessment of prop- - j ertv on the east side of East Temple street, j beginning :it the south line of Third South j street and extending south to he north Hue ot Sixth South street, being in Sidewalk Distrht Numbers,'' paused and approved by the (itv Council of Salt Lake city "May 9th, ISS--'- . as ap-pears of record in nr. office. In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the Corporate Seal of Salt Lake City this 13th dav of May, A. D l!r. C. E. STANTON, ONo. l!9 City Recorder. ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR TTIE VNissuance of bonds for corporate purposes. Whbbeas, The corporation of Salt Lake City is desirous o forroiiug the um of Six Hundred Tbousand Dollars for the making of permanent improvements, and for other corporate purposes, and it has been deemed prud nt and best to issue a series of Six Hundred One Thousand Dollar Bonds, pursuant to the provisions of an A t f the tioverm r and the Legislative Assemllv of the Territory of l'tah. approved March 8, 18;tJ. Wherefore. Section 1. Be, and it is ordained hy the City Council of Sait Lake City that for the purpo e of obtaining money for permanent im- - j protement and for ether corp ia:e purp ses said corporation shall issue a series of Six Hundred Engr ived Coupon Bonds of (he denomination of One Thousand Dollars each, the principal paya le at th" office of the City Treasurer of the City of Salt Lake twenty years afte.-- the date thereof, re- - j deemabie. however, at the option of said corpora- - Hon a any time after ten years of the date of their issue. Said Bonds to hear date of July 1st, lii2, with interest from the date thereof at the rate of live per eut per annum, and payable semi annually thereafter on the first day s of Janniry and July of each year, in the City of New York in the bank- - ing house of We Is, Fargo & Co., or its successors, or at the Bank of Wells, ' Eargo & Co , at Salt Lake, or its successors, on preeent.ition and surrender of the coupons as they become due, both interest and principal paya de it! lawful money of the United States, and said Bonds shall be exempt from taxa- - j tion hy saidCitv. Sec said Bonds shall le signed by the Mayor and.'l reasuier of said City, and before the issuance of any of tuem the corporate seal of said City shall be thereunto artixed, duly attested by tueRecotder ofVaid City. The coupons atta lied to each of these bonds, representing the interest to accrue theieon, suali each be signed by the Treasurer of said City, either by his own l aud or ny lithographic copy ot the signature of said lreas urer, and such coupons when so signed, issued and delivered by the proper authorities of said City with such bond or bonds, to a purchaser or purchasers thereof, shall become and be the law-ful obligation of said City in the hands of any person to whom they may lawfully come for the payment of said interest as shown thereby. Sec. 3. Said Bonds shall re numbered from one to six hundred, both inclusive, and they shall be registered in numerical order in a book kept for such purpose by the Auditor of said City, and said Bonds shall be sold only upen the order of the City Council, and in such lots and upon such terms as it shall designate, and to each of said Bonds there shall be attached forty coupons, num-bered refpeetivelv from one to forty, both' inclu-sive, with the pioper date of payment named therein. Sec. 4. The Seal of the Corporation shall not be impressed upon said Bonds until the terms of sale thereof, and then said impression shall be made in the presence of the Mayor and Treasurer and Committee of Finance of said City, provided the order of selling and attesting said Beads, m eluding the sealing thereof, may be changed or i modified by the order of the City Council. Sec. 5. Whenever the City Council of Salt Lake City shall have arranged to issue said Bonds, or any part of them, slid Council shall direct the Mayor and Treaanrer of said City to advertise for j the sale of Bonds to be issued as aforesaid by caasinfC no'lee of said sale to be published for a period of one month in three daily newspapers i published in Salt Like City. Such notice shall j specify the amount of bonds to be sold, the rate i of interest they shall bear, the place, day and hour ot the sale, and that bids will be received Treasurer fer the part base of said bouds, and at a place and time named in said notice. The Treasurer of said City, together w ith the Mayor and Committee on Finance of said City Council, shall open all bids received by said Treasurer, and ihey shall award the purchase of ' said hood or the portion thereof offered for sale to the highest bidder or bidders therefor. Pro-vided: I hat s.i id Treasurer, Mayor and said Com- - I mittee on Finance shaU have the right en behalf of said City to reject any and all bids, and provid eit fin-flie- tlint tliev ninv ill their iTTai nil II ill Te- - fuse to make any reward of said bonds unl-s- s suf- - licient security shall be furnished by the bidder or bidders for the compliance w ith the terms of his or their bids. Section 6. Forthe purpose of providing for the payment of the interest on said Bonds as the same stall become due, the sum of thirty thous-and dollars or so much thereof as may be neces-sary is hereby appropriated accordingly. Section T. At tne nxpiration of ten s after the issaam S of a d Bonds, there shall lie set apait. and the same is the sum of sixtv thousand dollars, as a sinkingfund to pay th 3 principal of said Bonds, as th.; same shall fall due or be called as provided by Sect! m i 8 of this ordinance; Provided that nothing herein shall be construed to prohibit the City Council from making any other provision for redemption of any or all of eaid ltonds after the expiration of ten years. se tion 8 Whenecer, after the expiration Of ten years from tne issuance of said Bonds, there is available, as provided in the preceding Miction or othe. yvise, the sum of sixty thousand dollars or more, it shall be the duty of the City Treas-urer to publish a notice, stating the number of Beads to be rede med, commencing with the highest nnmber then and the date wiien they will be paid. And if such Bunds, so numbered in said notice, shall not be presented for payment or cancellation at the date mentioned in the publication, then such fund shall remain in the Treasury to discharge such Bonds when-ever presented, but such call Bonds shall draw no interest after the date specified in such notice. Section II This ordinance to take effect from and after its passage. Passed and approved Mav 13, Attest: R. N. BASKIN, Mayo sf:al C. E. Stanton, City Recorder. United States of Ameuh A, j Territory or Utah, ss: Cocnty and City of Salt Lake. ) I, C. E. Stanton, Recorder in and for Salt Lake City, l'tah, do heiev certify that the foregoing is a full, true and correct copy of "an ordinsnce, provid ng for the m e of Bonds for Corpor-ate purno-e- approved bv the City Council of Lake City, Utah. May 13th, 1S9J, S appears ot record in my office. In Witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the ( orporate Seal of Salt Lak- ( itv Utah, tins fourteenth day of Mav, A. I)., 18t-- - C. E. STANTON. City Recorder. NOT E TO CREDITORS ESTATE OF Areskog decea-il- . Notice is ., by t uiiders gued. (Vjlii.mi S hade. Administrator of the state ofCust ive Ares o(J, deceased, to the creditors of and all pers n bar-ing claims against the said to exhibit them, with the s ir;. o chers. within four months after the first publication of Hits n ti a. to the s.dd William Schade, at tae office of . If. l ewis, 918 South Main st .ct. Salt La e City. In j the CYunty of Salt Lake. WILLI ' M SCII ADR, Administrator of Gustave Areskog, decease!. i Dated May Hth, 1839; ' Notice to Creditor. Estate of Rebecca Wvnkoop. deceased. IS HEREBY GIVEN BY 1HB P N NOTICE executor of the estate of Rebecca Wynkoop, deceased, to the creditors of and all per sous having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers within ten months after the first publication of tin- - no tice to the said B. 1'. Brown, executor, a' No. --'Il South East Temple street, office of Hoge A. !ur mester, Salt Lake City, in the county of Salt Laice Territory of L'tah, B. F. BROWN, Executor Of the estate of Rebecca Wvukoop, deceased. Dated April 22, 1892. THE HARVEST OF THE SHEARS. HE WAS A BAPTIST. Elder Keepalong The dust is frightful on this street. Deacon Ironside Yes, it is about as bad as it can be. Elder Keepalong And for about fifty cents a month each we can iiave it sprinkled Deacon Ironside Sprinkled? Never! It's unscriptural. Chicago Tribune. MUST HAVE BEKN" BOPULAR. ';Is this one of the popular songs of the day?'' enquired the customer in a music store yesterday. "I guess so," said the clerk. "I saw a man bit with a brick this morning for sing-ing it. Detroit jPVw Press. HE WAS DEAD OX. Finder You claim to have lost a pocket-book- ? Desc ribe it. C aller i who has come in response to ad. vertiseinent ) It was a red leather pocket-book- , containing a promissory note for ?310.'.H, signed by Erastus Ardus, 12 cents in postage stamps, a receipt for ex-terminating cockroaches, a tax receipt for $3.1-1- , a visitintr card with the name of F. Pumpskaw, 2(589 Wabash avenue, on it, and a poem on 'Hope,' clipped from a news-- I paper. Eleven stanzas of eight lines each." Finder (handing it over with extreme reluctance) That describes it to a dead certainty, but I do believe you are playing a mind-readin- g game on me. Chicago Tri-bun- ' HAVE WAX YEUSlLE. A story is told of an Irishman named Pat, who came to this country recently. One day he found a round bit of tin stamped with the name of a big-- brewery. A police-man whom he consulted about it told him for a joke that it was a niece. So Pat went into a saloon and called for a beer. He drank it and shoved the piece of tin j across the bar. The barkeeper pushed it back and said: "Why, man, that's tin." j And Pat replied: "Faith and Is it tin? I I thought it wor live; have a glass yourself thin." Or COtltSE HE WAS. The man fame in and said he wanted to j see the city editor, aud that gentleman re- -' sponded. "I heard something today," said the vis-- I itor, 'that I thiDk ought to be printed." j "What is it?" queried the city editor. 'Well, to bc.e-iu- , ita perfectly inexplicable j to me, and if you can explain it, I'll be ! obliged." "I'li have to he3r it first," observed the city editor. . "That's so, excuse inc. It's this: A mau told me only this afternoon that he had travelled on a Pullman car last niirht, and this morning the porter refused to accept the customary quarter." "Possibly he was liiL'h-tone- d and wanted a half-dollar- suggested the news man. "No, that wasn't it. There was no :rar about it. It was perfectly straight. He said be offered the porter half a dollar, but that it was refused on the ground that he : i the porter) was receiving fair pay from the company; that it was his business to be at-- I tentive to Mr. Pullman's patrons; that lie j considered it both a duty and a pleasure to be polite to all passcntrers on his car, and so on through a whole category of unexpected virtu is. Now," continued the visitor, after a brief pause, "What do you think of that ? Isn't it worth publishing?" ''It certainly is," ventured the city editor thoughtfully. "Can you explain it?" "Easily" asserted the city editor, with easy grac e and profound confidence. The visitor's face was a perfect picture of incredulity. "Come off," he said bluntly. "But I can," protested the man at the desk. "How?" "The man who told it to you was a liar." Detroit Fret Press. . CI l.TI HE. U. S. LAND N'OTM'E-Tl.MDE-R Suit Lake City, I tail. April 20. ISSI2. Complaint having been entered .it tins office by Azariah F. lluls, jr.. again! Klixabetb W. Smith for failure to comply with law to Timber Cul-ture Entry No. 4ST. dated January . upon C the BE Si Section ;.0, Township :t south, Range 1 J west, in Suit Lake i ounty, I tan 'l erritory, ith a view to the cancellation of said entr contestant M alleging that the said Elizabeth W. Smith dntinfl the ijrt year after said entry tailed to break or to H cause tn be broken tlve i.o a res of said laud: that f durinjr the second year she. failed to break or to i ,o:se to he hrok'-- nil nd or to rattH ate to a crop or otherwise", any of s:iid hind : that dur-iii-the third year or subsequently die has failed to I cultivate or can' to be cnltnaled to a crop or otherwise, any of aid land, and has failed to plant or cause to he planted iu; tr .' or cutting or to sow or cause to be sown any tree seeds, ane-- . that such failures still exist; the aid Dailies arp hereby summoned to appear at this office on the lt-t- day of i une, lRr2, at in o clock a. n.t to rea pond am) furnish testimony concerning said alleged failure. FRANK D. HOBBS. N ORDINANCE LKYVIN; TllK TAX A ;md for the usse-sme- of the property on the east siih' of West Temple stn et from the south line of Fourth South stro-- t to the north line of Sixth South street, same 1 e Qg in Si lewalk District No. 7. Section 1. Be it ordained by the City Council of Salt Lake City : That said city dodi heie'oy levy thj trx and for the assessment of the prop ertv ahuttine upon tl.e lots and parcels of land hereinafter d scribed, on the east side of West Temple street, from the south line of Fourth South street to the north line of Sixth Somh street, being in Sidewalk District No. 7, in -- sid city. This tax is levied to defray the e.xpen e of construction of sidewalk on said street within said district, opposite the lots and i n reels of land to he especially affec ed and benefited by said im piovements audit is adjudi-d- determined and established that the fame will be especially benefited by said improvements, and san land. lots and parcel of land are hereby arsessed at an equal and uni-form rate In accordance with the linear feet front age on the east side of raid West Temple street in said sidewalk district upon winch the faid Side-walks are to he constructed, and the total cost and exper.ee of construction ot sidewalk on the east sine of West Temple street between the south line of Kourth Soutti strict and Hie north line of Sixth South street is estimated at $S.tl3, aud the cost of said improvement hy lo(jil assessment is estimated atSl.OO e' flout foot, upon rhe lot and parcel-o- f land groi d to be affected or bee -- efited hy said improvements: and t ie tax herein levied and to be as ses r d on said lots or parrels of land i $l.fiO per front toot abutting on the est side of West Temple n-et between th south line of Fourth South s'reet and the nTta line of Sixth South street, with n soli sidewalk district-- , nd the city assesaor aim collector is hereby and directed ti assess in accordance w ith the pro-- , isiona of this Ordinance and for !h' purposes therein metioned. L:ts four and five in Block 80, Lots two, thn e, four and five in Block tifty-thre- nil. n Flat "A" in salt Lake City Survey. This levy of Tax upon Slid lots and unreels of land abutting on the East side cf We t Temple street in said sidewalk district - m: d upon the same as thn linear foot frontage of said lots and parcels of land appears and are shown cn the official Plat or maps of said City. Section 2 Said sidewalk district No. T at follows: Both sides of West Temple street from the South line of South Tempi-stre- et to the North line of Eighth South sfreet. Section J This Ordinance shall take effect from and after its passage. Passed and approved bv the City Council Slav 13, 1892. ft. N. Baskin, Mayor. Attest: Skal. c. K. Staxtox, City Recorder. United States of Americ a, j Territory of I'tau, ss CorTY ani City of Salt Lake I, C. E. Stanton, Recorder in and for Salt Lake City, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a full, true and correct copy of "An Ordinance, l.eving the Tax and for the Assessment of the Pro-perty on the east side of West Temple street from the line of Fourth South stieet to the North line of Sixth South street, same being in Sidewalk District No. 7."' passed and approved bv the ( 'itv Council of Salt Lake City, Utah, May 13th, A. D. 1892, as appears of record in my Office. In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed tlie Corporate Seal of Salt Lake City, this fourteenth dav of May, A. 1). IM'1-.'- . SEA!.. C. E. STANTON, ( ity Recbruer. Summons. In the District Court in and for tho Third Judi-cial District of l'tah Territory, County of Salt Lake. Tlorence Herrick, P.aintiff, I vs. V Summons. Frank Ilerrick, Defendant. ) The People of the Territory of l'tah Sen 1 Creat-ing: To Frank Herrick, 'Defendant. YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED TO in an action brought agamt you by ths above named plaintiff in the District Court of the Third Judicial District of the Territory of Utah, and to answer the complaint Sled therein within ten days (exclusive of the day of service) after the service on yon of this uta- - mon if served within this county: or, if served out of this county, but ia tku (Uatrict, within twenty days; otherwise within forty days or judgment by default will be taken Against you, according to the prayer of said complaint, The eaid action is brought to have a decree of this i ourt dissolving tl.e h mds of matrimony ex- - isting between the plaintiff an 1 defendant, award- - ' ing plaintiff restoration of her maiden name and such otber relif f as to this court may seem just. Above relief prayed for on the ground that defen dant did on the 2Sth day of September. 18K1, in Sait Lake City, L'tah, visit certain houses of ill fame and did become an inmate of said house and did commit adultery with some woman an in-mate of said houta, whose name is unknown to plaintiff: that defendant has treated plaintiff in a cruel and inhuman manner by becoming violently enraged and striking plaintiff cn the temple, knocking her down, thereby stunmg her for the time; plaintiff farther alleges that said act of adultery aud cruelty were, committed without the consent, conivance, procurement or previous knoirledge of said plaintiff, and that as soon a she became cognizant of satd Set of adultery she refused to live or cohahltate with said defendant. And you are hereby notified that if you fail to appear and answer the said complaint as above required, the eaid plaintiff will apply to the Court for the relief demanded therein. Witness, the Hon. Charles S. Zane. Judge, and the Seal of the District Court of the Third Judicial District, in and for the Territory of L'tah, tti Pth day of April, in the year of our Lord ons thousand eight hundred and" ninety-two- . SealJ henry g. McMillan ciork, By Oko. D Loomis. Deputv Clerk. -- ()RK M1NIXO COMPANY OFFICE IN I rooms 48 and SO, Wasatch building, SaltLaku ( itv, l'tah Territory. Notice of assessment Notice is hereby given that nt a meeting of thn Hoard of Directors of The York Mining company held nt Salt Lake City, on April --"bth, 1899, an as-sessment of one and one-hal- f (1V4) cants per share was levied upon the i.apital stock of said N company, pavahle on or before Wednesday, the 1st day "of June, A. D. PW,', to V. IJ. Andrew, the secretary, at the office ot said company in rooms j and Wasatcli building. Salt Lake ( ity, I tali. Any stock upon which uch aesment shall re-main unpaid on said 1st day of June, UMt, shall be and he declared delinquent and advertised tor sale, and unless payment shall be made before, will lie sold at the'oflice of the coarpany a afore-said, at Hi o'clock, noon, on the gUnd day of June, A. D. lS'.ig, l eing Wednesday, at public auction to the highest bidder, to pay si.ch assessment and costs of advertising and expenses of sale. 1I order of the board of directors. W. It. AN I HEW, Secretary. Rooms 48 and .Mi. Wasatch building. Salt Lakn Notice to Creditors. Estate of August liou'.iaben, deceased. NOTICK IS 11EHKEY (UVEN. HY TTIE Jo-ia- h Harnett, administrator of the estate of August Bouhal.en. deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the neces-sary vouchers within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said admim sttra tor at McCornick .'--' Co.'s Bank in Salt Lake Ciyt, in the Countv of Salt Lake, I tab Territory. Dated, Mav Mh. 1888. JOSIAI1 BARNETT, Administrator, Frank Pierce, Attorney forEstate. A N ORDINANCE CHEATING, DKFIN1NO jV and establishing Sidewalk Districts in Salt I ake City. Section 1. Beeit ordained by the City Council of Salt Lake City, that the following Sidewalk Districts are hereby created, denned and estab-lished in Salt Lake City, viz.; District No. IB. Both sides of Fifth South street. Sixth South street, Seventh South street, Eighth South street and Niath South street, from the East side of Fifth West street to the Military Reservation, and both sides of First West street, West Temple street, East Temple street, State street and Second East street, from Eighth South street to Ninth South street; and both sides of Third East street, Fourth East street, Fifth East street, Sixth East street, Sev nth East street. Eighth East street. Ninth East street, Tenth East street, Eleventh East street. Twelfth East street and Thirteenth East street, from the South side of South Temple street to Ninth South street, ex-cept both sides of Fifth East street from the south side of South Temple street to the north side of First South street, the same being District No. 18. District No. Both sides of Fourth West street, Third West street, Second South street, from the North side of Fifth West street. North to the North line of Ninth North street: also both sides of F"irst West street from South Temple street to Ninth North street, and both sides of West Temple stre?t to First North street: also both sides of South Temple street from Third West stieet to the Fast side of Fifth West street, and both sides of North Temple street and First North street from tin' West side of State street to the East side of Fifth Wewt s'reet, and both sides of Second and Third North streets from Quince street to the Fast side of Fifth West street, and both sids of Fourth North street, Fifth North street. Sixth North street, Seventh North street, Ek'tith North street and Ninth North street from First West street to the East side of Fifth West street. District No. 21 Both sides of all streets and public alleys and avenues in Plat "E" Salt Lake City survey. District ISo. 22 Both sides of all streets, ixib-li- c alleys and avenues in Plat WD" Salt Lake City survey. District No. 23 - Both sides of all streets, nub-li- e alleys aud avenues in Plat "G " Salt Lake City survey. District No. 24 -- Both sides of all streets, pub-lic alleys and avenues within the following boun-daries: Commencing at the East side of Fifth West Street at its imersection with Ninth South Street, thence North to Ninth North Street, thence West to Eletenth West Street, thence South along Eleventh West Street to point of intersection with the Jordan River, thence along the hast bank of said River to Ninth South Street, thence East to the Last side of F'ifth West Street. District No. 2" Both sides of Market Street. District No. 2' Both sides of all streets and avenues in Plat "J ' Bait Lake City survey. Sec. 2- - This ( Ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage. P issed and approved Mav !th,1882. Attest: R. N. BASKIN, Mayor. seal C. E. 'Stanton. United States or America, Territory of Utah. ss. City and County of Salt Lake. I. 0. E. Stanton, Recorder as and for Salt Lake City, Utah, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a full, true and correct copy of 'An Ordinance, Creating. Defining and Establishing Sidewalk Districts in Salt Lake City. " passed and approved bv the Citv Council of Bait Lake City, .Mav' Bth, am. In Witness Whereof. I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the Corporate Seal of Salt Lake City, this 13th dav of Mav, A. I). 181(2. C. E. STANTON. ONo. 191 ( ity Recojder. 3Iarslntl's Sale. PURSUANT TO AN ORDER OF SALE TO by the Third Judicial District Court of the Territory of Utah, I shall exposs at public sale, at the front door of the County Court House, in the City of Salt Lake. County of Salt Lake, and Territory of Utah on the (20th i twentieth davof May, 189;'. at 12 o'clock m., all the right, titleclaim and interest of Martha Ferguson and John Ferguson of, in and to the following described real estate, situate, lying and being in Salt Lake County, Utah Territory, and de-scribed as follows, to-w- it : Tart of Block (72) seventy-two- , Sandy Station plat, commencing at the southeast corner of said Dlock, running thence west two hundred feet, thence north fifty feet, thence east two hundred feet, thence south fifty feet to place of beginning. To be sold as the property of Martha Ferguson and John Ferguson at the suit of S. J. Lynn. Terms of sale. cash. E. H. PARSONS, U. S. Marshal. Bv A. G. Dvek, Deputy Marshal. Dated April 2fi, isitt. m --- lie Laughed Only Once. Jy'ew York Press. "I suppose you havon't forgotten that it 5s leap year," he said, as he took a seat be-side her, "and so I must be careful not to l?ad the conversation in a dangerous direc-tion," and he laughed. "I had quite forg-otte- it'" she said, with a yawn, "w hat's the use of remembering it when you never meet a man who is worth proposing to." This time he didn't laugh. Bid Wanted For excavation for building on the corner of Second South and West Temple streets. I.inlment. For particulars apply to F. Auerbach & Bro. There are many liniments on the market thai are good for some purposes but only one that will lieal barb wire cuts effectively, and that is Mailer's Barb Wire Liniment. If your horse or stock is cut, buy a bottle and witness the wonderful results. For sale by the Sykes Drug Co., corner State and First South streets. A Change in Time. Effective .May 22nd the fast Atlantic Ex-press over the Rio Grande Western, will leave Salt Lake at '.:25 p. in., instead of 0:50 as heretofore. This train will be limited and will carry a through sleeper to Chicago. The morning train at 8 a. in., also has a sleeper to Chicago. - Coursing Tournament. Entries for the coursing tournament on Decoration day will be received by F. W. Dennis, at the city recorder's office. No entrance fee. SALE-PURSU- TO AN MARSHALS me directed by the Third Judi-cial district court of the Territory of Utah, I shall expose at public sale at the front door of the County Court house, in the city of Salt Lake, comity of Salt Luke and Territory of Utah, on the th day of June. 1892, at 12 o'clock in., all the right, title, claim and interest of illiain K. Andrew, of. in and to the following 'described real estate, situate, lying and being in Salt Lake County, Territory of Utah, and described as fol-lows, to wit: Commencing forty nine and one-hal- f (4th. ( feet north of the southwest corner of Lot five (5) Block two (S), Plat "A."' Salt Lake ( ity survey, running thence north one hundred tw' t and three-fourth- s diitHjl feet, east one hundred and sixty-fiv- e (165) feet, south one hundred twenty unci three-fourth- s (120 i feet, west one hundred and sixty-liv- e b et to beginning. To be sold as the property of Win. R. Andrew at the suit of JS. at, Abbott and Ira 8. Abbott. Terms of sale. cash. E. H. PARSONS, U. S. .MarshaL Bv A. H. Parsons, Deputy Marshal. Bated May lflth, is: 2. AN ORDINANCE TO FIX THE SALARIES certain city officer and employes. ( lie il Orriainfil, By the City Council of the city of Salt Lake, in pursaance of the resolution of said City Council, duly passed at its spec ial ses- - , sion held on the lllth dav of March, 1H'J2, aud on I the 23th day of March, 1S92. Seition i. The salary of the City Attorney shall be two thousand live, hundred dollars per annum. The salary of thn Assistant City Attor-ney shall be fifteen hundred dollars per ar.nuin. The salary of the Supervisor of Street shall lx two thousand dollars psr annum. The salary oj the Superintendent of Sewer Construction shall be two thousand collars per annum. The salary of the ity f exton slia,l be twelve hundre-- i dol-lars per annum and commission of 20 per cent on all sales of burial lots in said city ceniwety. The salary of the Super ntendent of Waterworks shu'.t be two thousand dollars per annum. Ti e sal-ary of the Police Justice shall bs fifteen hur.died dollars pi r annum. The salary of the water master sbaU bo two thousand dollar per annum. The salary of the chief of the tire department shall be two thousand dollars per aiinuuiv. The saluiy of the deik of the police court shall be tweiye hundred dollars per annum. Section 2. such salaries be puid in Pipial monthly installments out of the city treasury at the end of each month, and the salaries herein fixed shall a the salaries of the officers and employees herein named until changed by the city council. Section 3. such parts of former ordinance a purport to fix or regulate the salaries of the off-icers named in tho first section Hereof are hersuy rep"aled. Passed and approved Mav fith. 1992. Attest: H. N. Baskis, Mayor. (Seal i CE. Stanton. Recorder. United States or America, l Teukitoict of Utah, Countv and ( itv ok Salt Lake i I, C. E. Stanton. in and for Salt l.nka City, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a full, true and correct copy of "An Ordinance, Fixing the Salaries of Certain City Offh ers and Em-ployes," passed and approved bv the Citv Council vJSalt Lake City. 1'fr.h. May Jitb, A. D. 1812, as appears of record in my office. In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the Corporate Seal of Salt Lake Citv, this ninth dav of May, A. D. 1S2. 'i.SEAL.J C.E.STANTON, No. lt7. City Recorder. $50.00 To Chicago and Return Via the Union Pacific. For the national democratic convention to be held at Chicago June 21st. the Union Pacific will sell round trip tickets to Chicago and return at rate of 50.00. Remember that this is the shortest line, quickest time and that Pullman palace se'pers are run through without change. This is the only dining car line. D. E. Bt KLEY. General Agent Passenger Department. Special Notice, Lynwood cars have now been changed to Fast aterloo. Take the cars on Main street. Bide out and see the great improve-ments made along this line during the past ten months. i trti.il l Bearh Trains fn and after May 17th the Union Pacific will run a special train to Garfield Beach every day leaving Salt Lake at 2:00 p.m. and returning leaving Garfield Beach at 5:00 p.m. Fare for round trip 50 cents. D. F. Bi hi.et, General Agent Passenger Department. Trustee' Sate, WHEREAS, ON MARCH 6, 1H90, SUSIE M. John F. Erse made snd delivered to John B. Trever of Yonkers, Westchester county New York, their promissory note, where-in and'w hereby for value received they promised to payto the order of the said John B. Trevor, one year after date, seven thousan i dollars, with interest tbereun at the rate of eisrht per cent per annum, from date until paid, both before and after judgment, interest payable quarterly, and both principal and interest payable in U.S. gold coin at the banking house of T. R. Jones fc Co., in Salt Lake City, Utah, and that all unpaid inter-est should draw interest at the rate of eight per cent per annum until paid; and Whereas, To secure the payment of said note and interest, said Susie M. and John F. rrce on March 6, 1890, duly made and delivered a deed of trust, conveying to T. R. Jones and 8 J. Lynn of Salt Lake City. Utah, as trnstees. the follow-ing described real estate, situated in Salt Lake City and county, to wit: A part of lot 1 In block 190, plot "V' Salt Lake City survey, commencing at the southeast i orner of sid lot 1 and running thence north 165 teet, thence west 16S feet, thence south 67 feet, thence east47'2 feet, thence south 9S feet, thence east HT' j feet to the place of beginning: said trust deed being recorded on March ti, 1SHI, and of record in Book 2 if of Mortgages, pages 190-1-- 2 records of Salt Lake county, Utah. And yvherea in said trust deed said Susie M. and John F. Free covenanted to pay said promis-sory note and to keep the improvements on said property constantly insured at their expense, and that if they "failed to keep up such insurance then that the holder of said note might effect the same and retain the cost thereof out of the proceeds of any sale made of the property under said trust deed ; and, Whkueas, the-- , failed to keep up sock insur-ance, and the holder of said note effected same at a cost of $14.95: and, Whereas, no part of said note ha been paid except the interest thereon up to June 24rd, 1891, and the principal and interest thereon from said last date is due and unpaid: and, Wiiikias, said Susid M. and John F. Free covenanted in said trust deed hat if said not? and interest should not be paid when due, or if such insurance should not be kept up by them, then that said trustees might sell sa'd prop-erty, at the pnue and on the notice and in the manner specifically prescribed bv said deed, to pay the same, and the costs of sc.'e. attorney's fs and compensation to said trustees, either of the parties to the trust deed to be at liberty to become the purchaser at such sale. Now at the request of such holder of said note, the undersigned as such trustees and under th9 powers conferred on them bv sa,id trust deed, w ill. on Saturday, the 9th day of April. 1832, at 12 o'clock m. of that day, at tlie front door of the Salt Lake County Court House, in Salt Lake City, Utah, sell to "tha highest bidder for cash. Said described property or so much thereof as necessary to pay and satisfy the unpaid aciount of said note, and said insurance and the costs of ale, including atiorneys fees aud com-pensation to the andersigued trustee. Dated March ISth, itiitt. T. R. JONKS, S. J. LYNN, Trustee. At the request of the holder of the promissory note above referred to tho undersigned herebv postpone the date of the sale above noticed until May 2d, 1892 at 12 o'clock, m., of said day; when such sale wiU be made at the place and in the manner above noticed. Dated April 8th, 1892. T. R. JONES S. J. LYNN, Trustees At the request of the holder of the promissory note above referred to the undersigned; have post-poned, and hereby postpone the date of the sale above noticed until May 23, 1892, at li o'clock, noon, of that day, yvhen such sale will be made at the place and in tho manner above noticed. Dated May 2, 1S92. T. R. JONKS, S. J. LYNN, Trustees. At the request of the holder of the promissory note above referred to the undersigned have post-l.one-and hereby postpone the date of the sale above noticed uptil June 15,1892, at 12 o'dick, noon, of that day, yvhen such sale will be mane at the place and in the manner above noticed. T. R. Jones, 8. J. Lvnn, Trustees. Dat d May 23, tSXt. IN THE DISTRICT COURT IN AND the Thud Judicial District rf Utah Terri-tory, ( ounty of Salt Lake. C. A. Uraeber, plain-tiff vs. .1. M. Kennedy, Nellie Kennedy, his ifP Edward F. Bckj Olen R. Bothwell, K. E. J. W. and Agnes Poland, defend-ant, summons. The People of the Territory of L'tah send greeting to J. M. ieiineny, ellie ivennedv, his yvifi', Edward F. Beck. Olen R. Bothwell, R. E. McConnaughy, J W. Farrell and Agnes Pol-and, aefaadanta. You an- - hereby required to at near in an action brought against you by the above named plaintiff, in the District court of the Third Judicial district of the Territory of L'tan. j and to ansyver the complaint filed therein within ten days (exclusive of he day of serviced after the service on you of this summons if served within this county; or, if served out of this county, but i in this district, within twenty days; otherwise within forty days or judgment by default will be taken against yon, according to tlie prayer of said complaint. The said action is uuo.gn. ,o h ve y.u.i.eii aga.ust, ue.euuan. ... M. Kennedy m sum of (900, with interest at 1". per cent per month from October 14, 1891 until aid. for attor-neys fee and costs of suit: alleged to he due on a certain promissory note, executed by said defend- - ant to plaintiff, July 14. lS'.il, f, r $500, v.iih in-terest at 14 per cent per month from date until paid, sime being due and wholly unpaid, save to October 14, 1891. and secured by mort-eag- e of even date on premises hereinafter to have the usual decree of this Court for the sale of said premises; th-- .t t roceeds thereof lie applied in pay ment of amount d ue as above: that defendants: and all persons ( 'aiming under them, be barred and foreclosed of all rUdit or equity of redemption in said premises: that plaintiff have judgment forany deficiency, aud for other relief : said premises are described as fol- - ' lows, to wit: Commencing (524 ft. S. of N. W. corner of Lot 18, Blk. 1, ' Temple View'" a sabli-- iston of Lots 9 and 10, Kik. 10. 5 Acre Phi' Big F.e'd Survey, running theme S. 31 ft., thence E. 12T'.. ft., thi-nc- N 31 L4 ft., thence W. 127'v. ft. to place of beginning, being parts of Lots 9, 10, 11, 12 and 18, said Blk. 1, situate in Salt Lake City and County, Utah And you are hereby notified that if you fail to appear and answer tlie said complaint as above j required, the s- i I plaintiff will lake judgnn nt a -- I - - t - o Witness, the Hon. Charles S. Zane, Judge, and j the St-a- i of the District Court of the Third Judi- - ' rial District, in and for the Territory of Utah, this th day of April, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ninetv-tw- 8EAX.J HENRY G. McMILLAN, t'lerk. By Geo. D. Looms, Deputy Clerk-Fi:..N- 1'tlHc E, AUOin y for Plaintiff. $50.00 To Chicago and Return Via the Union Pacific. For the national democratic convention to be held at Chicago June -- 1st. the Union Pacific will sell round tri; tickets to Chicago and return at rate of S5O.00. Remember that this is the shortest line, quickest time and that Pullman palace sleepers are run through without change. This is the only dining car line. D. E. Bl KI.EY. General Agent Passenger Department. 1 . NOTICE OF ASSESSMEN r CHALK CREEK Coal Mining company. Notice is hereby givon that at a mee intr of tlie bosrd of directors of th'' Chalk Creek Coal Mining Company, held et Salt Lake City, Fridav, Mcy 6th, 1S9 :. an ass?sse:nent of one 1 cent per shttre was levied upon the capital rtock of said company, pavab'e on or before nesdav, av 25th, 1892, to On secretary, J. D. ' Beerea, at the office of Mason $: Co.. teB West South Temple strset. Salt Lake (,'ity. Any stocks upon which such assessment shall remain unpaid on said 25th day of May, shall be and be declm-e-delinquent and advertised for sale, and unless payment shall he made before, will be sold by the secte-ai-- at olice of Mason Co., at 12 o'clock, ' in., on Tuesday. June 13th, 1892. at public auction to the highest bidder, to pay such assessment and cost of advertising. Bv or ier of t he board of J- - D. BEEBEE, Secretary. FAST TlMt. The Celebrated "Pennsylvania Limited'" Time Beaten by the "Burliugton." The Burlington has made another new de-parture in fast train service between Denver and Chicago, reducing the time to twenty, eight hours. Its new train, kuown as the "Chicago Special", leaves Denver at 9 am. and arrives in Chicago at 3:15 p.m. the next day, making the run, after deducting one hour for change from mountain to central time, in twenty-eigh- t hours. This train is now the fastest in the world for the distance traveled and beats the time by one hour of its famous "No. 1," which for two y. :rs has made the run from Chicago to Denver in 39 hours. The time between Lejiver and Omaha is 13 hours and 45 minutes and all trains, whether cast or w est bound, are ve3tibuled throughout and are made up of through sleepers, chair ears and diners, fitted up with all the modern designs and latest ini- - proved conveniences of the Pullman com- - paTi:hye. Buriinjrton has now Four Fast Flyers ( "F. F. F."j, between Denver! and Chicago and the question may well be asked: How can such phenomenally fast time be made with no accident of any character, and with the safety and comfort of its passengers absolutely assured? The answer is found in its excellent road- - bed, superior equipment and motive power, in the perfect system of its operating: de-partment and in the uniform courtesy of its employes. Me sure your tickets read "via Burlington route." For further information inquire of E. K. Walker, Gen. Art.. GO VV. Second South street, Salt Lake City, ORDINANCE PROHIBIT1 N(i THE n of water ditches Be it ordained by the City Council of Salt Lake c ity as follows: Section 1. It shall be unlawful for any person to drive any wagon or other vehicle across water ditch or canal within the corporate limits of said Salt Lake City other than at a re.-Sh-crossing, or place any pole, hoard or any other obstruction whatever, in any such public ditch or canal for any purpo-e- . or in any yvay in-terfere with the free and unobstructed flow of Water in such ditch or canal. Sec. 2. Any person desiring to drive across any public water ditch or canal at any place other than at a public crossing, shall, before rioim; so, place over said ditch or canal a good and substan-tial bridge, or in said ditch or canal a good and sul st.mtial covered ilume. as the city Water Master may direc t and decide, sufticieutly high, 'and of sulncieiit capacity, so as not to interfere with, or prevent the free and unohstru ted rlow of cvater in said ditch or canal, said I ridge or ! tlume to be constructed undr the direction of the j Water Master of said city. Sec. 3- .- Any person or persons violating any of the provisions of this ordinance shall he pun- - j ishecl by a li e' in any sum not less than live nor mere than, twenty five dollars. Sec. 4. This ordinance shall take affect from and after its passage and publication. Passed and approved Mav 9. If 92. R.'N. BASKIN. Kay or. Attest: C. E. STANTON. Seal. City Recorder. L'.mtei) States ok America, j ThnniToiiv of Utah, ss. County and City of Salt Lake. I, C. E. Stanton, Recorder in and for Salt Lake City, Utah, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a full, true and correct copy of "An Ordinance Prohibiting the Obstruction of Water Ditches,"' Eassed s.nd approved by the City Council of Salt L'tah, May 9, 1392, as appears of record in my offtce. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the Corporate Seal of Salt Lake City this 13th dav of May, A. I)., 1892. C. E. STANTON, City Recorder. OF MEETING Ol' THE STOCK j NOTICE of the American Natural Gas Com- - pany. Notice is hereby given that a nti etiug of ' the stockholder- - of the American Natatal pas j Company is called and will he held at the office of the said ( impany. No. 218 South East Temple ' street, Suit Lake City, L'tah Territory (office of W. C. Hall i, on Monday. May Dfth, 19-'- . at. 2 o'clock p. m for th" purpose of changing and amend ng the nr icles of Incorporation of said Company by annulling ceitain articles and changing and amend. ng certain ether articles of the articles of mtornoration of said Company. and also for the further purpose of ascertaining and det mining if it is not lor the be-- t in'eresis of the said Co pany and the stockholders thereof that the sail company sell, transfer i nd convey all or any part of the franchises, leases, g.is wells and property whatsoever heh nging to and owned by said Company and whsraacsver situa-ted, sad to agree uoon and fix the terms and Consideration of such sale, transfer and c mvey-anc- JAMES 1'. Wc ODMAN, President of the Board ot Trustees of the Ameri-can Natural Gas Company. Attest: JOHN T. STRINGER, Secretary. Dated Salt Lake City, Utah, May 7, 1892. TIMBER CCLTI RE, FINAL PROOF NO publication. United States Land Of fire. Salt Lake City, l'tah, May 7, It92. Notice is hereby given that John Gather has filed notice of Intention to make final proof before the Register and Receiver at his ofth e in Sait Lake ( ity, Utah, on Saturday, tne 18th day of June, lS92.'on tim-ber cnltnre application No. ?nt, for the 8.E. , N.W. U N.E. S.W. i4, N.W. U s.E. ., and lot 3, quarter of section No. 4, Township No. 1 south range No. 2 W. He names as witnesses: John S. Bowdige, John B. Bowdige. Lewis S. Keim, Findlay Free, all of Salt Lake Citv P. O.. l'tah. FRANK D. HOBPS, Register. WnfcXS & Cuauwick, Attorneys for claimant. No. 1308. National Republican Convention, Minne-apolis. Minn., Jane 7. For the accomodation of those desiring to visit Minneapolis on the above occasion the L'uioa Pacific will sell tic kets to Minneapolis and return at one fare for the round trip. For dates of sale and limits of tickets or any additioua! information apply to . D. EL General Agent Union Pacilic System, 'J01 Main St. examination lor Teaohers. An examination as prescribed by law for teachers Who are candidates for positions in the Salt Lake City public schools will be held June 16, 17 arid 18, 18'J-2- , in the Four-teenth school building, commencing at 0 a. m. .T. F. Mil i.siwi gh. Chairman Board of Examiners. -- pRCS TEE S SALE WHEREAS LEONARD X S. Osgood and Ruma L. Osgood, his wife, on the first (lay of Deo-niber- . 1MH, niadi-- . executed and delivered to Emil J. Raddatz their certain promissory note for the principal sum of threa thousand three hundred and sixteen ) dollar, pavul le to the order of said Kmll J. Raddsts, ninety days after date thereof, yith interest there-on at the i ate of one ft) per cent per month until paid, and WiiEitEAs. To secure the payment of said noto the said Leonard S. Osgood and Ruma I.. on said dav made, executed and delivered to S. McDowall as trustee for the said Emit J. Rad- - data their certaia trust deed in writing of that date, which said trust deed was duly certified, acknow ledged and in the otliro of rbe County Recorder of Tooele (Ounty, Utah Terri-tory, on the third day of December, 181, and I therehv conveyed to said MeDowail tho following mining property, to wit.: An. undivided three-fourt- hs (V interest of, in and to the "No C-' Don't"' Lode, mining claim, situate in the Rush Vnllev Mining Distric t in the suid County of Tooele, designated as I . S. Survey, bit No. and more particularly described in and by said trust deed. Alo an undivided three-fourt- 'o inter-est of, in a ml to tlie Laura Lode, mining claim, situate in the said Rush Valley Mining District, County of Tooele. Utah, more particularly de-scribed in and hi the location certificate thereof recorded in Book F. at page 182 of the records in the office of the rt Recorder of said Rush Valley Mining District and in and by said trust deed." Also one ;1 upright boiler, engine and blower now upon said "No-- l Don't" mining claim, and Whereas, it is provided, in said trust dee.t that in case default bo made in the payment of said promissory note, that the said trustee might pro-- I ceed to sell, and sell and dispose of said premXsss or anv part there if, and all right, title, benefit and eijiiitv of redemntion of Ihe said Leonards. Osgood aiid Ruma L. Osgood, their heirs and assigns therein either in mass, or separate par-cels'- at public auc'ion on said premises or any 'part thereof, for the highest and best prii e tho same will bring in cash, twenty da' previous notice of such sale having been given by pub-lication in anv newspaper at that time pub-lished in the county of Salt Lake, I tali Terri-tory, and out of the proceed of Such sale, first to MS the cost of advertising, celling and coa-vevin-'g said premi.-es- , including a reasonable, comiiiissiou to the trustee for hi ervices r.uo reasonable attorney's fee and all other expci. of this trust. bbbbbbbb! Secondly, to pav to the holder of said proitj sorv note such sums a he may bay e paidB taxes or assessment on siiii ;tvuii-c- s. tH anguish anv outstanding title or liens tueieoM Thirdly, to pay the full amount of said prcM sory note, together with interest whereas, the aid Leonard S. Osgood and EisB j L. Osgood have not paid said promissory note,H anv pr.rt thereof, and the same is past due I pavahle Now. thereon e, in of ' premises, and of the power vested lu in Trust Deed and bv request of the legal holde'H said promissory note, I will, on Monday, t hedH Thirteenth dav cf June, 18S2, al o clock ;. on aid dav, at and upon said "No-Vo- u !v. H Mining claim, in the said County of Tooele. sH said described property to the highest biduer leH cash, or so much thereof as may pav said nolH and interest thereon, trustees and a'tuni.'j'iB fee and the expenses of said trust as provided tuH said trust deed. S. McDOW ALL, V Trustee 4StKaBMafb: ' - -- f Paat Trains. Definite arrangements have now been made for the new fast train from San Fran-cisco to Chicago, which will be put on May 2a, and run via Southern Pacific, Rio Grande Western, Colorado Midland and Atchison, Topelta it Santa Fe roads. Train will leave San Francisco at 7 a. in., leave Ogden the next day at 8.15 p. m., leave Colorado Spring the next day at 0:5 p. in., arriving at Kansas City the next day at t!:2X p. in., and Chicago the following morning at 9:15 a. in. This train make the run from Ogden to Chicago in exactly sixty hours, and will he the fastest train on record be-tween Ogden and Chicago via Kansas City. NOTICE TO CREDITORS ESTATE OF Lees, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned, John Lees, Executor of the last will of John Lees, deceased, to the credi-tors of and ali persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary-voucher-yvithin ten months after the first publi-cation of this notice, to ihe said Executor, at the office of C. O. Whittemore, Atty. at Law, Salt Lake City, Utah. JOHN LEES. Executor of last will of John Lees, deceased. Dated May fith. 1892. MARSHAL'S SALE PURSUANT TO AN to me directed by the District Court of the Thir l Judicial District of the Terri-tory of L'tah. I shall offer for sale at public auc-tion on the fith day of June, 1892, at 12 o'clock m.. at the front door of the County Court House in the City and County of SaltX.a"ke, Utah Terr! torv, all Hie right, title, claim and interest of Walter Murphy, Emma B. P. Murphy, ( has. o. Farns worth and Jennie A. Farnsworth of. in or to the following described real estate property, situated, lving and being in the City and County of Salt Lake. Utah Territory, to-w- : A part of Lot Six (S), in Block Fifty-thre- e (63), of Plat A, Salt Lake City Survey, commencing at a point eight1(8) rods East of the Northwest corner of said lot, and running thence South ten tlHi rods, thence East two (2) rods, thence north ten (Kb t rods, thence West two (2) rods to the place of j beginning in Salt Lake City, County of Salt Lake. Territory of l'tah. To be sold as the property of Walter Murphy, Emma B. P. Murphy, O. Farnsworth mid Jennie A. Farnsworth, at the suit of V. H. H. Spafford. Terms of sa'e cash. C 3 Jack, Plaintiff's Attornev. Salt Lake Citv, Utah. May 14, 18S2. E. H. PARSONS, IT. S. Marshal. Bv D. N SWAN, Deputy Marshal. VN ORDINANCE EXTENDING AND EN larging the boundaries of the Fire Limits in Bait Lake City. Section 1. Be it ordained by the City Council Of Salt Lake City, that the lire limits of said city as defined and established by Section 18 of an j ordinance creating a tire department and fire limits, be aud the same are hereby extended and included in the fire limits of said city as follows: Commencing at the northeast corner of Eourth South Street and First West Street in said city; running thence west along the north boundary line of Eourth South Street to a point ten rods west of the east boundary line of. Block thirty-six- . Plat C, thence north to First North Street through Blocks S7, 48, 4!, 60 and 61, Plat "U," ten rods west of their east boundary line: thence east along the south boundary line of First North Street to the yvest line of First East Street, thence south along the yvost boundary line of First East street to the northe ist icrner of First East and North Temple streets embracing all of Blocks 4t, 47, 4H, 41). HO, 61, t), 64. 65. t.0, 67. 78, 70. HO, 81. 82, 83. 84, 85. U3, 91. H5, to, 97, 93 and 9i), as platted in Plat "A" and the west ten rods of Blocks 38, 37, 48, 49, 60 and 61 as platted in Plat "C" of Salt Lake City Survey. Sec. 2. That this ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage. Passed and approved Mav Hth, 1892. Attest: R. N. BASKIN. Mavor. saas C. E. STANTON, City Recorder Uniteo States or Amekica, i 'i'KKIti TORY OF ( TAU, SS. County and City of Salt Lake. ) I. C. E. Stanton. Recorder in and for Salt Lake City, l'tah, do hereby c ertify that the foregoing is a full, true and correct copy of "An Ordinance, Extending and Enlarging the lioundaries of the Eire Lim.ts in Salt Lake City' passed and ap-proved by the City Council of Salt Lake City, l'tah, May 9th, lt9i, as appears of record in niy office. In witness whereof, I have hereuntjet my band and affixed the Corporate Seal of Salt Lake City this tenth dav of Mav, A. . le9- - V " O No. 190. C. E. STANTON, City fiecejuer. kUBBBUm We Lead. The Chicago, Union Pacific and North-western line leads all competition. Short iines, quickest time, union depots, solid ves-tibule trains to Chicago, no vexatious delays or changes at the Missouri river. Notice to Creditors. Estate of Jessie E. Jack, deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY THE J. F. Jack, executor of the estate of Jessie E. Jack, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said de-ceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouch-er within ten months after the first publication of this notice, to the said J. F. Jack, executor, at 36 Commercial block, in Salt Lake City, in tba conntv of Salt Lake, Territory of Utah. J. r, JACK, Executor Of the estate of Jessie E. Jack, deceased. Dated May 3, 18,12. Summons. In the District Court in and for the Third Judi-- cial District of Utah Territory, County of Salt Lake. Robert Allen, Plaintiff, I vs. Summons. Allie Allen, Defendant. ) The People of the Territorv of Utah Send Greet i Xc: To Allie Allen. Defendant. yOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED TO AP-- JL pear in an action brought against you by the above named plaintiff in tho District Court of the Third Judicial District of the Territory of Utah, and to ansyver the complaint filed therein within ten days (exclusive of the day of service) after the service on you of this sum-mons if served within this county ; or, if served out of this county, but in this district, within twenty days; otherwise within forty days or judgment by default will be taken against yoa, according to the prayer of said complaint. The said action is brought to have a decree of this court dissolving the bonds of matrimony ex-isting between plaintiff and defendant, and grant-ing plaintiff general relief; prayed on the ground that on or about the 2uth day of April, ten, the defendant willfully and without cause deserted and abandoned this plaintiff, and has ever since continued to so desert and abandon him, without any sufficient cause or reason and against his will and without hi consent. And you are hereby notified that if you fail to appear and answer the said complaint as above required, the said plaintiff will apply to the Court for the relief demanded therein. Witness, the Hon. Charles S. Zane. Judge, and he Seal of the District Court of the Third Judicial District, in and for the Territory of Utah, this 25th day of April, in the year of our Lord on thousand eight hundred :...J ninety-two- . LSbaiJ HENRY G. McMILLAN Clerk. McDowall & JLy les. Attorneys for Plaintiff. A Flyer. The new Chicago limited via the Rio Grande Western, on and after May 1, will leave Salt Lake at S:00 a. 0BU, reaching Deu- - ver at 9:30 a. m. the next morning and Chi- - cago4:00p. m. the following day. Through Pullman palace sleeping cars from Ogden and Salt Lake to Chicago without charge, An elegant train throughout. The Atlantic express leaves here at 0:50 p. to. as hereto-fore. Improved service to Eureka ahd San Pete and Sevier Valley points. 1 saaV ttm i stpsi Ufa There is one fact so plain that no one need be mistaken, and that is no person can have good health where the blood, the very life itself, is ia an unhealthy' condition." We guarantee Hallcr's Sarsaparilla aud Burdock Compound to remove all humors and impu-rities from the blood and eradicate every particle of disease from the system. For saie by the Sykes Drug Co., corner j State and First South strect3, j CORPORATION NOTICE NOTICE 1 S that there will be a ueeting of the stockholders of Earls Furniture and Cariet company, at the office of the company, at 2(17 and 211 State street, in Salt l ake City, l'tah, on the 10th d.-.-y of June, 18H2, at 7:S0p Q1--, for the pur-pose of acting upon a proposed change of the articles of association of said company by dimin Ishing its capital stock to Twenty-liv- e Thousand Dollars. W. F. EARLS L'ated .Vay 20, 18!. secretat v .