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OGDEX DAILY COMMERCIAL: SATURDAY, OCTOBER IIt 1690. T SECRET SOCIETIES. LEGAL NOTICE. AN ORDINANCE ft. H H a. 1 to iii Cbert. ft veteraa prav-fHmUn jlTAJl evCAMPMEliT Hi. , Ia tha Fin Jwdmai ttaxnet uf taw Tomuary aa4 iuarawt brtui. tiaLnfer aa of Delaware, tfct tha real bkrmwi al uu-aI of tab. awcty trrr: L 0. 0 F. H. aarkiti raaaai BVa? f ia amaaa.' ita L start aad Jea ataeaa. t4aiati4a. I t aa. t Itf 1 awajTll l of tha peack failure u that ia br it If Me t". W Hall tba Brat aad sax : I kale Meets ia ta a. Mary kauri. tuu a bair. K. LarVw d Ira Eteiawar. a well Atij. Uit i t tLawher lUi r A" aara W aawuv H H aauatfi. va Hrasary. fUailmua. thixw rhatraaiaya airaiary. tiary. tntu4 fc. bulHM Uaaar aaara .H. M.I C P. la tL toil ha Mouary. a Uaaa Hal Metiarf. iuam blrtaary. U fTOWTEX un lirltirt, i pri'h exkuwuxl iimtlt tot krdarad. F. W Law. Smb. htraua Miry. Maraa Lao--f iwr AMru. gmrm i ua w euwinci aua-lis pemch liuaai J a ana Malaaaa Hanaa. rar lately teitua- - taraaUaan a cordiall) tarned. t'liar ln aa.atrga. fcuajrr . laaaad bfwaaiaat f. 1 Uar kaar That is really the (vevaaaax. t Lafaa ani t4far4 raiiaa. IM ajocaaaary s'l4-iaaLaattatia 1 ialvaauL. vt awrtef 1x4 OaWe 1 til IW ainarta aVajfiaala. ill I aj the rMiUM jrhy th peach crop, aSrawaiac. Jata A-Ivvntac. Frank i H), 4ub uar luuwu Ivor U torn u.1 A fcavwauia;. Latta tauatria-bt- . LODGE ot Delaware, haa Iweo pruvn lent and NO. 13. CRI5CE!T 4 tataa laatuar. Zjl4ia rAHilaara. Jaar aaad-i-a 1m is prcwrtiaa to tb aiauoct uf work lUK UIar. t am fcuM barua iiw. Uiilar bua-n- l Huld racidar aaaasmg aaary Muaday aiht at kmilua wd MiUMWUNI Lnuar Btwa, . Haul. waahaa-Uao A. 4J. 1. vn hur baa. Mary aal at expMkded apoa it doricf tk U1 ten Lntet rlha buwra. taita haara. Lara U. Lea Ijvsrlurtd anlW vt laaar a&aail a OfCalaa la exatai u lu auauarw thief i uui In ataxU aad Aaaa t aarattaa. drfradaata year. IViack powtn m a ar us ttiritml 4 aaa ara f u aaaa atraeca. brotbasa attaod. Uag ardiaLy all gajruaaaa Xutaer aa tLat Ua aarra)tal r. . laaia.a.U. in America have) nada conaidrabl Um Jabuary la. ItC Hit ouimirtte kLsil gtt be) far W. L. Ansa. Rax. Sac y. ia tbr abaaaa vaulted cava anil, puraa-alil a4 aolld. aiaS tb taVS urf money, and Lara mad it aaalr. tor t taar dite eaitrrad tbarvta aad urdrr af ftMjM. uf Uar M tartuber. ua ilkU hf laid ta Ail Ixw aada bnouo-- i Tba care of their trwea, oeca they reach uii tixma aair day lu 1J. itk tlar ra.ka W tumiu at Ua UMje. b the Ittmim uart ta tba tuM Jadanal lata- eosta bol little, and atMi IlU tha lriDg far titmd m a u eutJrai u urh Inn af I tab lemuiry, ratuva a H rbrr 4 oa-ty- . i ista LODGENO. 6. . aa W adaeaaay. Uaa ana aa uf (Jetubrr. I tha eoDBctratira old fellow tat down ia rtuum vt (Tatar a lfa t'H Coaaral ai. tmm O K ill aril a. uar a A. buarauf Meats even Weaxaeaday ia O. I'. W. Han. audi a, brtaera u u&r auaar. and at tir ua aar-th4r farm kooeea quietly and jnat let turtr 26 lalM-lk- v) anar karv tm auud rruir ta taa the the baaiarrt baddrr at public aueuua. iur 3S brusiaars ia saaud aEtaadit are or-tha prioa of the rich fruit drop into their Macr fart wera titr rati, aad at Wa4 uw oa eaab ia band, tba fuUuwins' unaenbad pruuerty. Buotu-aui: . tLr vf aarfa rail, aa a aot to iatrrf m tu-maiUea l aliasao. V (j A eertaia trart ceT lead brarinniaa at a point aa dulij lap. Tbej tarred tha auiL and they ita Hiwk C. haaAB. baa. tlar iumi rur pufaur lux. aad if iuirwl. IL baaliaeaa! WaWuturv weat are now reaping the conaeqaeocea. They xlall MW Mirfa d BurtMaaaaiia tfaa the ariea t-- a fee anat alrad aad tjrbt-- i i aad OUDEN fcO. t, ahj uat ul a turfa ta tlnrtUa aad ara beginning to find oat that the eoil of Muiar ailwul jASTOi, and -- K iSfi-two buudred aad auarti-twPATkliE aud ta caa autU tfacaa. euait". 3 3- fa aiautb uf tbr aortbraat enraer t4 tbeaurtb-raa-t a peach orchard requires fertilizers jort Hc faKawa tifer traraa. L F. 0. 0. 3Pt br rua ear tho bol ut qoanar tS inf awtaa twmty t imntt t ar ahall vtvem tunrkip M much a the wheat farm duea, and Burlb rauarauae ill. wt Salt Lake Me- a pubUr arcrautf ra liaa, or Uara. ar Meet every Taeaday and Friday evenings at Uaraara auuth ua Tba wrat uiae uf until such aida to fruit (rowing have Mni aa ruaa&na a ndiaa. a taana ufvra and day. oirr Mf rrjuira. tatiUNL aaraaar bfty fret : tbrcare atirth LeatMPark f avUitua. r.Mrfnher 4 aark haa. uulaa urml4 V w. Laaia,laptaia. been properly used tha peach crop can- tW alnW trtina or ; durraaaa and artra miame Hiua tic uw aJZ rWrit' C. E. aa) oUaar aaavutaabiaaec- - taltawkuilM galas. not be expected to be aa generoua a one bdrtiU.I ; and tnirt a, trn ilj.i fnet at of Uaaaportatitia akall aot laan nvatia paralirl tu Harbiaictua aaeaaa a it haa been for aereral juAit past --Z r v ST. HONS Or GBOkGg. diajraw tal riftvd bva crata fur a euauauoua rada arr Uaa tifti t Vi fret : Uarajrai 41.aoala eaarbtyuBja New York Star. and arrea Btinnire :eat one huadrmi aad ORDER "To St. Ueurga aad Mem England." ttaa. ! I feX u tba 4ao of brarinttuuc. Miili-Ttotha rutnt to rvcuiatc Uurty-arvrrrrm Alau a trart brariaauaa at a putnt on the wit RICHARD CUURDE LEON LODGE, tha afad tfarrauf. CmU aud raaper B (triad tor Elghty-Cv- e bnruf Waabuajruai aire or arara hundred and twmiih Tlia nfat kmbf eoofarrad aball Ml. one bid aad bundredtba for city undertaking, which pirr !MitMbrr 11, trlV. aad taa tarmtaaiad nrtiTr-ai- t The frat weal and iliKi fwt north uf Meet every Wednesday evening ia tba A. O. braadi uf auy f Ua were opened in the health office, show a on that dab--, aad ua Uta r tbr auutbraat rxamer uf the auuthraat quarb-- f C W. ball, btfvee- block. Zluu WahinirUan a4 twt. considerable anxiety on the part of the eutuli(H4u Luriilta 1'tia buU ahall ba plaoad ajtdar aiiat- - eertaua l. toaurlup , aurtb raturo 1. wrat rait avenue, ItaruVn City, I tab. Sojourning ormlier aa iake aamdiaa, I iiitrd Watand aurrry. and feet uUcaa aud aarh ac I titt at rrarulataMM, Itjr to good aiaixlirwg are eordiaily lavttad to iiait undertaken secure the contract. There t uunr il aiiail draiaraata. weat three aandred , auarty-aiud f ratertuae. were only two bidden, August Leffert brace aurtb fuurba and Irrt to Niutb-- A dupliraia uivaraf ample caparitf Applicants for nemherahip should apply to kuutb line taf ;th atrert, tnmre rant aloba Dr. Cook. i.Hl Waahingtua avenue, or to any of Q- and Henry Snyder, but the low figures faaU ha in ouuiiiuua fur uaa. oa ur urfura Apr U the MMith three and line liun.lred "lb atrert uf the tbaoSacera. Itn. which they quoted leave little room for fiit. far : thenre aouth ftaurtara and Troth iaid srantaaa utan eooatrnrt ralrarta naartr-ai- i PaarnraL i. BsaaArr, Presulrat. frrt to tba plare of bearuinioaT. fssaLBB J. UL'Mraaiaa.riecretary. other bid. August Leffert offered to mia aucb manure aud at aurb puuiu upua it Uiuia. rurlitHMith n Aiao a part of tba auutbraat quarter of tba I itf uuuril aball ftuB Uaa to tuna 1" famish coffins and bury all paupers or a and part uf the artbeaat qoarter of and drauraata. Mi. tuwniliipa. north ranae I weat bait tUaaantb-lUaaother persons ordered to be buried by f'lty Coancil haraby ra. tha ruit U laa aaf urdiaaooa vilb Lita aaendiaa. l uted Mate surrey, rxwinniua the city at (3.50 for children under 13 arta a at ouarauoa Ui rrfrrraca tba point MMa frrt eraat uf the auutheaal cumer tl said alrrat rauwajr STEACY & CO, wlucb tba comfort of tba ciuaaoa ai tba city or 4 aaid quarter arrtitMi and runnina north lt!t B. yean of age and $3.50 for adults. north : hrnweta-lflMeet;therjeMO feet of the pumfitn uuoa aucb railway tba aafotr u I art ; tbeaea 42 Henry Snyder's bid was even lower. mat raquira; reaaniiui, aiao. puliea and laaiala-Uv- d tbt feet : tartar weat I Your choice of 3, 4 and cottages, on Wash fret ; thence eaat a feet ; thaaooe aorth Duwara aad function wlla raauart to tba aud He offered to bury all paupers in tha city XI feet to laecinuuvc. the of ave. ilae aaad aa street ba and and DtraaU oacuptad aiaanas may cars, city water, ington Avenue, limits at the rate of seventy cents for bf aaut Alo a pat uf tha aouvhraat qoarter of aer-tirailway. 15. of aortheaat s of a oart Choice and the balance 1 wairib 1 ba crantaa anaU not ba antiuaa to cents for adults. qaarter children and eighty-firneighborhood, $200 cash, payable in h SL, 0DEX. UTAH. ay ribu or privibairaa andar tbia onlinattea awtion Si, Uiwaahip . aorth rauea 1. west Salt SS2 Tweatr-Ftft. . Samples for the proposed coffins to be unlrat v a good annirirat bona in tba sum of bua Buermien. hiwu maw wi j unnmiiua rent, $25 to $40 per month, eight per cent feet used were sent up for inspection. They fc&.uuO ba axratdoa tbatr babalf toOadaaCity, atapuint 1.10 Hti feet weal rnd 1 of the aortbeaat eomer of said aortheaat north work of for eoaditiunad tha vomnrMnant are of pine, stained black, with metal lutraundar ia sood faith vithia Have the only building aad runninc aouth MH, S ninety day from qaartar uf arrtioa at, Houses, $1,500, $1,800 and $2,200 each. ; : ttienoa aouui handles. These bids include taking tba pawaaa hereof, huch bond abaU ba aaut-ara- d wat MLTfVU feet the H7 Celebrated at eVKM throe M0 north tbeneaeastsit before work ah ail ba rximmanced. feet; property charge of the bodies and digging the Thirtoeata-- la aecawtiiui tba ruhta hereby feet to the place of beanaainc. a --Aa.. bald sal wilt be mail at liar front aoor or ute conferred, tba grantee, their aauam and graves. Louisville Courier Journal springs. I itr, V rber ioaoty, . Parties aarea that any of their track oa Wain- - ourt lion, in wishing to get a Waflhinffton Avenue, Ogden, K. W. treet north to I'tah Territory. inirtoa arenuefrom Tweaty-aiitAaxarieaa Wbaalaaea'a Leagua. L. R. HTttraaMa, suburhealthful and beautiful and iwentr-artlKilen nrer; lweaty-fonrtA. C. Buaop. weat of Adam avenae to Wall arenue. The League of American Wheelmen treeu c(ef ban residence can do so by and oa Wall avenue, aiay be aaad fur tranenor-tatio- a has experienced a remarkable growth, pnrunae and paraaca of aara of other treat railway eompaniea, at any time, opon addressing us at the above SUMMONS. having increased tenfold since its organ- proper and reaaoaaula reaulatton aad reaaon-abl- e 1891 will number. it isation. Before Before B. Ternae, Justios of tha peace for Sec probably term. ond ligdan prerinrt. Fourteenth Flat rail only ahall ba aaad on reach a membership of 0,000. "AdTERRITORY OP CTAH, ) atraeU. oared vancement of wheeling" haa always been ( Cocan or Willi. fifteenth -- Maid R. H. Hendereon. A. 8. Garret- Demand. SH..O. the motto of the league, and the good nn and Juenpu Briakar, ahall, within thirty J. C. Uleaaon, ulaintiff v. J. Fanner, defend from the data of the paatair hereof, aecetit roads of the country owe their condition day the aame ia writina. and aaid aocetitanpe ahall. ant. The people of Utah Territory lead greeting to to the efforts of this band of 'cyclists. In within the time aforeaaid, be fried by them with FKKD. J. Recorder. Fanner, defendant! U 1880 ninety riders assembled in New- the City Your are hereby directed to appear and sns--- DEALER I- NMayor. (heal.1 er before tba J ustace of the Peaoe aboa J. W. McNctt, f'ity Reeorder. port to form aa organisation for their Paaeed, in in office said smed. his Ogden at City, UW. bepU U. protection and for highway improvecounty, the complaint of said plaintiff Died herein, within fire day after service on you of ment From this seed the league has this summon if served on yon in Ogden City, AN ORDINANCE sprung with mushroomlike growth, un within ten day if served out of said city but A Impleinents To determine the form aad mode of loral aa-- in the county ia which this action is brought. til its societies extend into all parts of seasmont for the payment of the eneta aud ex and within twentv dars if served elsewhere. wheeldom. The practical advantages pensea of eompletina the sidewalk on the Thi action is brought to recover of yon we bereinaftur set out within the limit sum of TU.;v and interest at per eeut from of membership consist in the assistance street et out. March It. 14)0. alleged to be due ulamtiu from of the whole body to secure better roads H it ordained by the City Council of Oarden on a follow: l oon a iudainent recovered the of of the for purpose payment ar amat you in aaae township, roitawattarnie in neglected localities, legal assistance City that the cost and expenses of eompletinaT sidewalk county, Iowa, in favor of u. K. Uleaaon and when road privileges are denied riders, in district comprised a follow, to wit : to 4. i;. uieason or ugaen, by mm Tweatr-thir- d strei t from Wall arena to Lin Utah. assigned and reduced rates at the league hotels, avenue oa both side with asphaltam to KM For further particular reference, is hereby I UT Twaa.tr. HaurlUat which are located in all important cities eola be called district No. 20. made to remr at, tka MartAv, oomplaint now on Hie at my Lincoln armor from atrert to othee, tn plaintiff of the country. New iork Telegram. this anion. Tweaty-etRbtstreet on both tide witu plana And von are hereby notified that unless you to be called district No. 21. do so appear and answer said complaint a Sparrow Slaughter. (treat above required, plaintiff will take Judgment Washington arenoe from Twenty-siitstreet on both with to (idea Twentylghth against you for the um claimed by him. to- Long, township clerk, has paid asnhaltum to be called district No. 23. wit : 24.30. interest, and cost of suit. 1 outTobe twenty-sixtstreet with plank from Wall to $121.50 to the boys this summer for To the nlntriff or anv Constable of Weber Madisoa avenue on both aide to o eauea County, TsTitory of Utah, greeting: Make cadavers of the English sparrow, and district Mills No. 23. Knjrines learal aerr e and due return hereof. I our foreign friends seem even more nu street from Washiturton to tiiven under my hand this 8th day of October, T B. TERN" KM. . IHtaj. avenue, on both side with plank, to A. merous than ever. The law authorizes Jefferson be called district No. 24. Justioe of the Peaca for the Second Ogden 1 re- him to pay a bounty of twenty cents per d Wall avenue from (tract to einot. AOF.NT8 FOIt with plank on both sides. i dozen for all these birds killed, and the to he called district No. St. Wagon Material, Heavy Hard small ALIAS indicate SUMMONS. would that the street price paid Washington avenue from Garden River on both sides, with plank to be In the District Court of the First Jndiciaf. Dis f boya. had mbeen on the warpath to the ex to No. local be is a and diHtrict tax 11; called if a AAA ..i. trict or the Territory of Utah, weoer i ounty-Saraiv.i uu hereby levied and aaeeaed upon the piece of UTllfc ut itaw T). tuiuBuoio. rr.i,. luuv ware, Iron and Steel. McGregor, plaintiff vs. Alexander Mo in each Grearor. defendant. an English sparrow will decay inside of ground ahuttiuaT upon the sidewalks STRATTON : as follows said districts, The people of tha Territory of Utah send two hours after being killed, and that of Inthedistrict No. 20, $1.75 per front foot. Alexander defendant. to McGregor, greeting Black In district No. 21, 65 cent per front foot-I- n some of the lots brought to him have al lou are hereby required to appear in an ac- Baker Barbed Wire, diiitrict No. 21, $1.75 per front toot. tion brought against you by the above most made him throw up his position. In district No. 21. 66 cents per front foot. named plaintiff, in the District Court of the In district No. 24. 65 cents per front foot. Lima (O.) Gazette. First Judical District of the Territory of Utah, hand-mad- e, smith Etc. rttck Ca rallaa. n Gruuia c nil a r A-- Ua-n- a L vm-mu- terr. jx-ial!- y iifwera-ta-iau.- Ottf, ll A. rauia iivr (wnl rft ziBo at I. a a i,mm ouia-fur- at, - a IwaaMj-auain- ta Twaat-4Vain- 5 h 5-- SaH a it i. r an-au- rt o , a eiaiity-4LUa- p iifth-Tbaf- a nlr ctnl 1. rua-nit- vt riarlit-tml- c f ? g ' f i li HOUSE HUNTERS ! eee-ia- aid F. a 6-ro- Real Estate, 0 ua graded at in Us-de-a h b h not H 2400 Kl. mtrest. RED SMITH, Utah. KIESEL . Company GEO. A. LOWE, WHOLESALE hlh-sK- piltal R0CER8, Liquor and Cigar Merchants load Carts, Buckboards. Twenty-aeoon- d n Pocatello, Idaho. Oden, Utah. Turbine Wheel. h h Saw Twenty-sevent- h Twenty-aeoon- Twenty-secon- d h;i Booster. Frank Werren, who lives in Shamo- kawa, Ore., had a little child almost killed by a rooster the other day. The rooster is of the Leghorn variety and very vicious, and never hesitates to at tack any one that comes within its reach. The child, which is about a year and a half old, was out in the yard, when the rooster attacked her, knocking her down and inflicting with his spurs two deep gashes over the left temple and making an ugly wound over the right eyeoaiL Had the rooster struck her a little lower it would probably have ruined the eyesight of the left eye. The child will re cover. Chicago Times. A Vlclou A magnificent sword of the Fifteenth century is shortly to be placed in the Louvre museum in Paris. It is orna-- mented with graceful designs from the I hand of the great sword maker Hercules i, de Pesaro, who did the work for the Bar-- 1 and the house of v graft, the Qanzagas Este, and is thought to have belonged to 4 Francisco de Ganzaga, who commanded the Italian army crushed by Charles VIII in 149 5 1 J The cranberry growers of Onset and other towns on Cape Cod do not expect to get over half the usual crop. Insects and drought have made fearful inroads. The towns near Plymouth have not suffered so much, and in southwestern Massachusetts the harvest bids fair to be as good as usual. CARL UPMANN'S cents per front foot. cent per front foot. FRF.D J. KIESEL, Mayor. In district No. 25, In district No. 26, Passed October :i, ATTiwt.l 8FA1..J J. 65 65 1X90. W. MCNCTT. City Recorder. AN ORDINANCE Levying a local tax for the payment of the costs and expenses or openina tnirtietn street W feet wide from Washington avenue to Pacilic street. Be it ordained, by the City Council of Ogden Citv. That for the purpose of open inn and rradinc Thirtieth street W teof wide from Washington avenue to Pacine street comprising the foil ina land, to wit: BeirinninaT at a point on the east line of lot feet 13, block 10. South Ogdeo survey, 510 west of the intersection of the center lines of Lincoln avenue and Thirtieth street as marked and located by Ufrden City survey, monument No. 6H, said point of beginning being at the west boundary of Dunn's addition and thence degrees, 58 nun. east, w running north 0 80 degrees, 02 minate West feet, thence north 1.481 feet more, or less and to the east line of Pacific street; thence southerly along street thenoe the -easton lino of Pacific . : ... W letfeet,..in m I iv I vn SUUlll ( UtajlTCW, j lulu, noe, a, voa imi, more or less, and to a point 49l4 feet south 0 de58 min. west of place of beginning ; thence grees, north 0 rieg., K mm., east iv1 leet, to negin-ninThis description being intended to cover a piece of land W feet wide, extending thirtieth street as laid out by city from Dunn s sddi Hon westward to Pacific street. A local tax be levied and collected amount ing to forty thousand, two hundred and four teen dollars, on the following described real estate : All parts of lots lying within 165 feet of the outer line of said proposed s treat in each block within the limit opened, and on either aula thereof, reference being made to "Ex. A. map hereto attached and made a part hereof, wlmrann the real estate affected bv this tax. it shown, in color, the darkest shade represent ing a proposed depth from the proposed street of HZ foot, and said tax is hereby levied. And be it further ordained that the form and mode of assessment for said tax shall be that tha owners of real estate noon which the tax is levied shall be assessed the respective pro portion of said tax, ascertained cy and upon thereof, according to the basis of .. front feet of their resDective real estate on said proposed street, and the remaining three- area owned oy uiem nfths according to tne rmiwaRtirnlv in the real estate levied opon be shall but coiner pieces of land ocoaauoH for frontsire onlv. provided, however. that the oorner pieces of land shall not front on eaid DniDosed street nore than on hundred feet and thirty-twPassed October 3, IW. FRED J. KIESEL, Mayor. I tTTEST.l J. W. MC'N'UTT. City Recorder. sEau v. and to answer the complaint filed therein. within ten day, exclusive of the day of service, after the service on you of this sum mons if served within this comity; 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 you, according to the prayer of said complaint. The said action ts brought to obtain the Judgment of thi court to dissolve the bonds of matrimony heretofore existing between the plaintiff and defendant. she is entitled to said Plaintiff alleges that decree on the grouud that the defendant ha cause deserted this without and Just willfully plaintiff; plaintiff further says that the deto furnish hor has fendant willfully neglected with the common necessaries of life. Plaintiff has been aa actual and bonaftde resident of Ogden City. Weber county, Utah Territory since tha 10th dav of January. 1SH8. x or further and fuller particulars reference is hereby mtd e to the complaint on file herein. And von are hereby notified that if you fail to appear and answer thesaid complaint as above required, the said plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief demanded therein. Witness the Hon. James A, Miner, judge and the seal of the District Court of the First Judicial District, in kbal. and for the Territory of Utah, this 6th day of October, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ninety. C. H. MC'CLURK. Clerk. By L. B. Bbst, Deputy Clerk. A Miller Maginnis, attorney sbmJ OGDEN SUMMONS. Before B. Ternes, Justice of the Peace for Second Ogden precinct. TERRITORY' OF UTAH, ) STORM'S Custom house COMMSSION C - I - G - A - R - B. COMPANY, DEALERS IN OAT MEAL, CORN MEAL, FEED FLOUR BALED HAY GRAIN. EGGS APPLES WHOLK8ALK DKALKR8 O? PRODUCE. SEEDS. BUTTER CAB LOAD LOTS A SPECIALTY. Offioe, 9U4 Waahirnrton Telephone No. lftH n anrwa 1 ne M m aT 1 1 TA rat Brewing Lompany s Milwaukee dmr aTen tie. EXPORT, SELECT BOHEMIAN AMD HOFBRAU, C0KSTAHTLT ROCK! ROCK! ROCKI for plaintiff. UTAH, WHOLESALE k Also for VVallis & Co. Mexican Tools, OODKN, . m The HeClftla mmrrj of Gray Uranite Back la the Beat la the Market, For price delivered call at offlee of Brala 90 Washington At, ard, Koblanon at J COtTNTT or Wrbkb Demand, $42.SO. John C. Gleason, plaintiff vs. John Hilditch, defendant- IF YOl WAST TO BTJY The people of Utah Territory send greeting, to John Hilditch, defendant : You are herehy directed to appear and answer before the Justice of the Peace above named, at his office in Ogden City, in said county, the complaint of said plaintiff Bled herein, within CALL OK five days after service on yon of this summons, if served on you in Ogden City, within ten days if served out of said city but in the county in which this action is hronght, and within twenty days if served elsewhere. This action is brought to recover of yon the sum nf Z42.50 and interest at 8 ner cent, from On Waahlarton Avenue, wbo can deliver February 21, 1SH0, allnged to he due plaintiff to yon any of the following Bargains: from yon as follows: For goods, wares and merchandise delivered to you at your special lot facing on the Boulevard tn instance and request by D. E. Gleason whose block 8 lor a..WH claim ngainrt you has been duly assigned by acre lota in Block 12, PUtC.each.Sl.SOv said D. E. Gleason to this plaintiff. HXO acre adjoining University Place, For further particulars reference is hereby aVtai made to plaintiff's complaint now on file at my fsA acre, the city, per acre filtrO aer overlooking in action. this office, PUBLICATION. FOR NOTICE mile And you are hereby notified that unless yon I jew. acre rougn laoa, only aslft frna PostofBce, per acre do so appear and anwnr said complaint as No. 633. IN tUMia front, between jactson and above required, plaintiff will take judgment front Van Bnren rod.. per claimed sum on Avenne, the ..alto for aaraint Vtah. by plaintiff, Lakb offioe at Salt Cm, Land $42.50 and interest at 6 per cent from at) acrea. flue land ouly, 2 miles from October 4. 190. 7S postofnce, per acre and cost of suit. Notice is hereby given that the following February, 21, 1W0, To the Sher (T or any Conntable of Weber itOO feet on Twenty lecond Street, benamed settler haN tiled notice of his intention Adam sod ave tween Make of Washington . Utah, greeting: legal nuA Anal nrnof in sunrjort of his claim. county. Territory 75 nue. Improved. Per foot and due return hereof. anil that said proof will be. made before the service Given nnder my hand this Sth day of October, COO feet, improved with good hoase, on of Ha or in his absence the county ( clerk on Wash Twentv between second B. street, WO. TERNES, A. D. ronntv. I'tah. at Morgan lty, ington and Adams avenue, per ft.... 73 Justice of the Peace for the Second Ogden H. E November 24, I'OO. vii: George 44U arren. Imoroved farm land, onlv Precinct. sec. 32, tp. 4, 5U. Mr theE. S N. E. mile from centre of city. Per acre 50 p i P 4 rode front on 20th street, between W aab- He names the following witnesses to prove ineton and Adams avenues, per rod.. aiWH his continuous residence upon and cultivation fWtuS.IO feet on 24tb street, per foot.... SIMM' of Ksid land, fttiO arrea tn citv limits, on the Bencti. William Konks. George Fonks, Edgar Giboy, er acre Thomas Wftct. all of Morgan, .Morgan county. V4. miles from Citv Hall on th. arrea FRANK D. HOB llrl. Register, Utah aalO line of Electrio Motor, per acre COMMERCIAL OFFICE. S. W. DARKE, attorney for claimant. IH STOCK, BULK AND BOTTLED. '., Real Estate ALL CORRESPONDENCE TO BE ADDRESSED TO ODR "OGDEN OFFICE." two-fift- A war veteran in Nebraska City, Neb., whose application for a pension was re- jected because no trace of the bullet wound could be discovered, difd last week, and physicians who made the sutopsy found the bullet imbedded in his skull. His widow now intends to apply for a pension. Some statistician has just figured that the total number of people killed and injured on the railroads of the United States during the past year is almost exactly equal to the total loss of killed and wounded Union aud Confederate forces at Gettysburg in the war of the rebellion. . One of the biggest lobsters on record was recently caught at Whitby, England. It measures from snout to eitreiu-it- y of tail. 18 inches: circumference of body. 13 inches: full breadth of tail, 8 inches; length of crusher claw, 18 nches; weight when alive, 9 pounds 0 ounees. REED & BURGITT o -- i.,,n v: anteed. are F. J LEGAL BLANKS THE and satisfaction guar- - solicited Orders respectfully J. KIESEL UNCTION CITY MACHINE WORKS, W. K. HOLLAND, Proprietor, Practical Founder "1 Paster id 8im Ki, bet. Twenty-thir- " ootrsr. Wll and Machinist. anfl I.ineola. and do m machine work and repairing promptly attanded to m thop. Boilers. & CO. HoaUirs and Machlnurj by rl fn th aad erect Kagtaea, Oeoeral heat mauuev.