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OGDEN DAILY COMMERCIAL: AN ORDINANCE ! CfUSP COHDtKSATtOSi THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1630. SECRET SOCIETIES. LEGAL NOTICE. a H H a. K. la ta rwat JadirtaJ Daatraea d La TnHif trm IJISTaJI tCAJ4PMr.M MX . I tU.( vaatj taf aatar: buuf.8tnr., tooMnn a vtkark-tAn rtrrrnnvwli tcniaai Urnlim & Ju tv eeary aaj Jaaw that. pUaatrff, t I. 0. 0. F. n-- fciix M. Oarv. aval Horary. Mary m rwawJj fur draprptu aad taLooe-- fir n rxlai4 ay Uo t J liwnrii W larar Graatnc I ! rnmn Mo-tar- 0r J.0W Uachaa iaog. art ow4 ia tha (xciAtjucUuB of tha St C1IT tUBjarJ evrry tweet f jot hocxa. j about tir ewotvdafT taua aani m It Ufe to go from om aaJ of the AllusOc caUa to tb otW aboot 7U0 mi!) a m-a- dVaatur-ira- ra Lil.a Ua t4 d euar T. kB h mmtmn A im good faith 14 HaUriiuwaau Mary faraeav i viiiua aiM4y 4ay Jamrfr euetjauavualy XriiM buwrav Eoitb Buweav ILars ii. lava aiitertam aaa at HaMud aril e oprraul is auut. a alii aiHl Aaaa difMna, oMtaaaaAU. Urf urn auk vt Law afcail tm ar fav or kii vf Hid xutanv ta tawwoy giMm tl.at U fail a I'wx ii Mauwuu fare j.aai ret erer la tW abtxv caititlrcl cauaa wuL 4 Ua epetiUMic aat to lb darrea asirvd Marrcaa aa4 orarr of jraBaita. aaat aulid. fr see-un-d. Tba beat gnmisd m Wort tfmi uriie braaj of Havaii cigar aril a V - aiwl rauiaaj. mfk aumnniri Jimlrta. Ua i ttf ( Uf i ti), m U futiwwu tmm i " Jvurm Moiarj (Varkw MoUary. Ira V. V. EaJl tha ftna bad Mart aa tax A. atotiary. iliiaam btii MeUary. Jaaa Mriary, lauiw lauaraaay mm wawin. kadnrtii. riyruai SMiary. raraa r annua alainava Hiacia. tauus James beww&iac. i atari bn aiM. Ifavid f farva sr atiua twutasaa an aoraWly tanuaL L. tiur taratry farvaauat. bruweiaat. r raaa brwaua J n.lua A. txuwa-laaIriak4u A Hruwauu. Luua baalnartil. 4 yatha la; War. Ziltrfte rMaulaara, Jaaw Mar CRESCEHT LODGE NO. 13. ( aery bummm. ("avanex uaa. Lallie buw- - H H. Bwlmta. A" Jiaria tirataac Ut Imi rim rat utara a mbgitm a Itoo 1 bat ft. UartMaaa Wu, rifet " amr. 1 ww , Jb ciurt twaai jrr bruUaar bm-cla- rt JfJl B s 2f a atwHf BUat Mail. MaaiuausUaj Mnac aU mojurm-ttu- j am aa1iaily lavited to attaaai. u i. i U I. has . Ifuoru aar. criul mi-- h I) I Juui) lJ. at F4 a tVxiMUkl la Cuba. Tba AmerW. L. Aoaara. Baa. Bar y. far sale tbrrria saavJe ua tbe 3U oay vt taubrr. lU, icas deal-- , if b keepa thorn, pot their !b (Mukt- Alt track than h laid a a to by tor 1'innrt aariulu tma JaxUctal la UtrcuwrW at lh limn, tnct of I'taa Tsmuiry. KtUaar u Vkebrc Couav f til cllicg pnoa at f 1.50 ach. aatal ktuiii tm mltxtmi o w to cuafurmm to mtb oa WalaMaai. tua aaa day of Urauosr. UNION L0DGEN0. 6. GrrmAsy haa one doctor to 1,500(4 j riiatt of cnuir a Um? t it IVxianl aua). fruej ty. brswara Lue awn r a. am. aad laa. w ill aril liat asako. Uaaa aad at bKiiaer at pubhe aaruoa, fw un mala. to to the lb Ura Meet edaadajr ia O V. W. Hail. populatii; Franc, om to 1.167; tb mry llurd-lla- rf umll la cuul rxtMur t carb lb baati. tb fuUwwiac aVaaenhed farutMty, T i avrattaa. aasar United Kingdom.' on to 1.234; bat U mtmr faetaera Mrar. aad at Inut ovM oa Urait : ti rait, biuUaera ia aood ' Oiourau ', aes tla ouiaitaa of vara) rail, ao aa aut to isiwim A errtaia tract nf land Deciaaiac at a point oa United But. one to 600. . 1L ttal. It aavited to ausaat iialiy Q. oae. if bias of an aat a awaae. araea vita tb tnM4a fur battur ud inuuwl the wa4 - C. tMtaaa. baa. Artificial cctffoa U now manufactured tLmil aad air inrtMje a ilii tit aad Wi fnrt wa4 aadenebty-aiparo aurii taf a tiuit abira tia atrant k and two buadred ax iaI-aad to ma alarming extent, the aporiooa arti- aaa uitriul M. CTAS'TOS. O6VKX PAIIUABCH aad la cae of ouubla Ixaria, tik ffK aviutb of t las aortLeaat eoriaBr ft tha lUUTAXT. cle roBsiating of tbe roasted iiteal of dif- cua4al. 30i tuwwahip iwoa fartar tha tracaa. lufaertaaitwrajiy quarter 1. 0. 0. F. taiJ br raa owr tha whole of n mi. aonb ramr oa awat Salt Lake ferent eereaia, worked np with dextrine. aura ranninar tinr aouth ua the wat iiua ta? lis, or Uara, a oft aa public artxnutr Meet every Taeaday aad Friday eveaiaa at The board of education in Colombo, mmf mquini. aad aa ofira a u a dajr. orr tteuut nfty V'l fret ; tbrac rnirtb Laatar Park Vavdltua. aleeabrr iarite.1. w hule irauria of aarb Uaa. t imkat tlio aad tl ; (aiaate pcvmiirU ww O., hae decided that hereafter there shall b tkuda or aoov ur aaf otlaw tiaaiutaatil Laa u, t aptaia. uat iiBBurrd and llurn arna ilX) feM; Clark' theawe be no difference in the ealariee paid to u Warhiaatoa arvaua iiraiirl r trtk Tt far of traaaportatioa auall ant cfty Si fart; tbeure atmth drarrraa men and women who are teachera in the fit erttia ftar a cuuujuhhi rula orrr tiia and arrea miautr mm uae hoadred aad RDB SONS OK ST. GROEGE. achooU. To bim Usuraw aad Mam tualaad." to uf branaauue. tb fr4 public piao TTm tba to rrarulata Aiau trad hrariiuung at a putat oa the fit warr Mxih naht t While aleeping in the railroad atatkm a&d roatmi tba thereuf. line of Waahwgvua avenu arvri huadred aad RICHARD OEUR DE LION LODGE, - rifbty-ai1 k rvlit brrrdy ouafrtrrd ah all and etghty-tuon buadredtti at Pittsburg a traveler dreamed that his hihermth Sa. taa Nitmtirr 11. Ivlx. and o trmiQat444i a fnet west and U!i feet of I7j) father waa drowning before hit eye, oa that date, and ua tiie brracil of aa of tua be southeast eurtwr of the auutlieaat quarter f Meet every WednesdayUl. ia the A O I r r2 ir hij-t- A bua-dre- i a d ' 2 A- - aahiaie-tcu- a Twaaty-fuurta- M- "-- uiarty-tw- o aurtb-rea- d Hirtb-4'a- rm Z t hl n 2 e eiirbty-tiiu- aoti-dmta-.l aH-t- h ni ei t4 a 1 o o -- aurhty-uui- KIT I ( thirty-aevr- e 9 o : 17 wra-- I O 3 f 3 s x- aa-tt- I trN YOU oindilHitill hfTMtt art out. rxUt-i- n hurijttt-- Tt puka akall ha plaead nacula iona. and at aucb placa aa Uta Litjr ( ounril aiiali drauroata. aair Siuth A Benjamin F. Butler weighs 21S pounds. Abraltain Gould, Jay Gould's brother, in purchasing agent of the Missouri Pacific railroad. Baron Alphonse Rothschild lately bought a clock made by Louis XVX He paid $108,000 for it Judging by the quotations in Mr. Stanley's new book his favorite reading during the Emin expedition was in the Bible and Tennyson. George M. Pullman, the millionaire palace car manufacturer, is said to work ten hours each day looking after hi euormous business interests. One of Horace Greeley's nephews is a barber in a little town in Warren county, Pa. In personal appearance he is not unlike his distinguished uncle. Mr. Balfour, chief secretary for Ireland, is an omnivorous reader of American newspapers, and recently said: "1 like the snap of the American writers." George Meredith, the novelist, looks younger than his years, which are 62. In addition to his novel writing he is a "reader" for a big firm of publishers in London. John Sargent, the American portrait painter, who resides most of the time in London, is said to be the only American artist who can command $3,000 for a Salmon P. Chase's old law sign has been discovered, covered with dust and cobwebs, on a building formerly occupied by lawyers on Third street, near Main, in Cincinnati. The new Canadian novelist, Mr. Thomas Stinson Jeners, whose novel, "Geoffrey Hamstead," has been very successful, is a barrister by profession and a native of Toronto. One of the most persuasive orators in the national house of representatives is W. J. Stone, of Missouri. He is tall and thin, has straight black hair and high cheek bones and the gift of eloquence. Mr. Augustin Daly being called to e testify in a law court waa asked to an original play. "I cannot," he replied. "Why not?" demanded the "Because." said Mr. Daly, lawyer. "there is no such thing as an original de-tin- SPARKS. The wire to be usod for the telephone between Paris and London is made of bronze. Enthusiasts believe that all the telegraphic communication will be superseded. There are now 120 women in the Berlin telephone exchanges. It has been decided to use only women in the future, as it has been found that their voices are much more audible than men's, ow. ing to the higher pitch. A tree in Nashville caught fire from an electric wire. One limb was burned entirely off. A policeman threw water ' on the burning limb with a hose, and when the water struck the fire he experienced a severe electric shock. Some one has invented an electric mouse trap. It consists of a metallic cage containing cheese. The mice naturally approach it for purposes of in-- . vestigation, bat the instant they touch the wires an electrio current strikes them dead. Instead of increasing the weight of locomotives to secure better traction efforts are being made to use the electric current, as experiment has demonstrated that the passage of a current through the driving wheels increases the traction far beyond what additional weight : u L x aiiali emstrurt ralwru Tenth Said grant in aura manner and at aurti uoinu uiwa it Unw, Irum tune to tuua r atiall aa tha ('it t'onnril niiire and deainat. blrvMiih 1 lie aaid City rounril hereby re-axr Ute niit to paaa any ordinauoea arith reference to liie operatioB of aaid atreet railway which the comfort of the eitiaen of the city or the aafety of the paaaenger apon urh railway may require; raaerrinK, alao. police and Wial tid power and function with reanect to the atreeu and areuue aa may be uaed and occupied by aaid railway. Twelftb-T- he irrantee ah all not be entitled to any rijtlita or privjren umler thia ordinance inlee a aood and auftirieot bond in the aum of I,UU0 be ezecutHd oa their brualftoOirdenCity, cunditkioad for the eommeneinent of work hereunder in good faith within ninett day from the pawaire hereof. Kurh bond hall be delivered before work ah all he commenced. Thirteenth In accepting the rilit hereby conferred, the irranteea, their aMiUriia and a airree that any of their track on avenue from Twentyniixthatreet north to L. H. Stkphkb, Twenty-rifCktileo river; Twenty-fourtA. C. Bishop, .jii Wall avei--avenue, xtreeU wat of Adam Kef! 1 for and on Wall avenue, may transporI can of other tation purtmae and iaiafcti LEGAL NOTICE. atreet railway companiea. at any time, upon proper and reasonable regulation and reason- la the Probate Court, County of Weber and Territory of Utah : able term. fourteenth Flat rail only shall be nsed on la the Matter of Adoption ) to ,how pit veil atreet. cause, etc M aud Denuis, a M inor. J j'if teeuth Said If. IT. Hrndoreon, A. 8. fiarret-o- n It appearing to the Probate Court, County of and Joaepb Krinker, ahall, within thirty day from the date of the paaanice hereof, accept Weber, Territory of Utah, by tha affidavit of the aame in writinc. and aaid acceptance hall, Mary J. Dennis, (ieorge .Croa aad Matilda within the time aforesaid, be filed by them with Cross, this day presented and tiled in thia court, that the eaid George E. Cross and Matilda Cross, FRED. J. the ( ity Recorder. his wife, are desirous of adopting Maud Deuma. Ihkai.. I Mayor. a daughter of Mary J. Dennia, a their own J. W. McNtTT. f'ity Recorder. child, with equal rights, privilege and immunPaaaed. Sept. 18. IHW. ities of any children born in the lawful wedlock of the said George E. Cross and Matilda Cross, and that the said Mary J. Dennia voluntarily AN ORDINANCE relinquishes all right to the custody of and To determine the form and mode of local a power and control over said Maud Dennis, and ment for the payment of the coat and ex- all claim and interest in and to the service of on the said Maud Dennis, to the end that the aaid penses of completing the sidewalk street hereinafter set out within the limits child shall be fully adopted by the partis deset out. siring to adopt the same. It is therefore ordered He it ordained by the City Council of Ogden by said court that all persons interested in the aid Maud Dennis, a City that for the purpose of the payment of appear before the the coats and expenses of completing sidewalks said Probate Court, minor, on Saturday, the 18th day as follows, to wit: in districts comprli-eof Novembr, 1890, at ten o'clock in the forenoon Twenty-thir- d street from Wall avenne to Lin- of said day, at the court rooom of said Probata coln avenue on both sides with asphaltum to Court, in Ogden City. County of Weber, Terribe called district No. 30. of Utah, to show cause, if any they have, street to tory Lincoln avenucC from and renwhy an order should not be Twenty-eightstreet on both sides with plank, dered in accordance with thegranted condition and to be called district No. 21. of the affidavits aforesaid, and that stipulations street a cop of this order be a least once a Washington avenue frora Twenty-elxtstreet on both sides with week for three successivepublished to Twenty-eight- h weeks in the Ogden 22. No. district be called to asphaltum Daily Commercial, a newspaper printed and Twentyixth street with plunk from Wall to published in Ogden City, County of Weber and Madison avenue on both side to be called Territory of Utah. R. W. Caosa, district No. 21. Probata Judge. street from Washington to Territory of Utah, ) Jefferson avenue, on both sides with plank, to J ( bounty of Weber, bo called district No. 24. I. Charles L. HollingBworth, clerk of the Prostreet to bate Court, in and Wall avenue from for said Weber do with plank on both sides, hereby certify that the foregoing is COtinty, a full, true to be called district No. 25. and correct of the show to order copy original d street cause, etc., in the matter of adoption of Maud Washington avenue from to Ugden River on both sides, with'plank to be Dennis, a minor. deosited aud recorded in called district No. aC; a local tax be and is office, on the 22d day of October, A. D. 1890, my as hereby levied and assessed Uin the pieces of the aame appears of record. In witness whereof. I have ground abutting upon the sidewalks in each of the said districts, as follows: hereunto set my hand and In district No. 20, $1.75 per front foot. fixed the seal of the Probate In district No.'Zl, 65 cents per front foot-ICourt, the day and year first district No. 22, $1.75 per front foot. above written. In district No. . 65 cents per front foot. CHAS. L. HOLLINGSWORTH, In district No. 24, 65 cents per front foot. Clerk of the Probate Court. In district No. 25, 05 cents per front foot. J. P. Ledwidob, Deputy Clerk. In district No. 26, 6& cents per front foot. eu,'ht-tenth- an 0 evening 2u V. H. ball, oteveoa' bhark. Waahingtoa aveaoa. IV lea City. I'tah. Sojourning brother ia axaid ataadiaa are cordially invited to vaut aad fratrraiae. for meenberafcip should apply to Applicant Dr. t Nk. XJal Waabiagtoa aveaaa, or to any uf tha odioara. PKarTTAi. J. Baaaarr, President. C. J. Flow aaa. Bwcretary. Waxh-inirto- Twenty-secon- h Twenty-sevent- h Twenty-secon- d Twenty-secon- n Passed OctobeJ 3, 1n0. FKKD J. KIESEL. Mayor. attksT.J SFAI.. J. W. MC'NUTT. City Recorder. NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY AN ORDINANCE tax for the payment of the Levying a local costs and expense of opening thirtieth street 99 Jeet wide from Washington avenue to Pacific street. Be it ordained, by the City Council of Ogdon . WaocasAi--a City, That for tha purpose of opening and grading Thirtieth street 99 feet wide from Washington avenue to Pacific street comprising the following land, to wit : Beginning at a point on the east line of lot 13, block 10, South Ogden survey, M0 feet west of the intersection of the center lines of Lincoln avenue and Thirtieth street as marked aud located by Ogden City survey, monument No. 68, said point of beginning being at the west boundary of Dunn's addition and thence running north 0 degrees, 58 min. east, 49'-feet, thence north 89 degrees, 02 minutes west 1.4K1 feet more or less and to the east line of Pacific street; thence southerly along the east line of Pacific street 99 feet, thence south degrees, 02 min. oast 1, 4K1 feet, more or less, and to a point 49V4 feet south 0 degrees, 58 min. west of place of beginning ; thence north 0 dog., bS min., east 494 feet, to beginning. This description being intended to cover a piece of land 99 feet wide, extending thirtieth street as laid out by city from Dunn's addition westward to Pncific street. A local tax be levied and collected amount ing to forty thousand, two hundred and fourteen dollars, on the following described real estate: All parts of lots lying within 165 feet of the outer line of said proposed street in each block within the limit opened, and on either side thereof, reference being made to "Ex. A." map hereto attached and made a part hereof, whereon the real estate affected by this tax. is shown, in color, the darkest shade representing a proposed depth from the proposed street of 165 feet, end said tax is hereby levied. And be it further ordained that the form and mode of assessment for said tax shall be that the owners of real estate upon which the tax is levied shall be assessed the respective proportion of said tax, ascertained by and upon the basis of thereof, according to the front feet of their respective real estate on s said proposed street, and the remaining according to the area owned by them respectively in the real estate levied npon; of land but coJner piece be shall assessed for frontage only, provided, however, that the corner pieces of land shall not front on said proposed street no re than one hundred feet and thirty-twPassed October 3, 1S90. FRED J. KIESEL, Mavor. attest. DRUGGIST, 0 ! fc two-fift- three-fifth- o seal. J. W. MC'NUTT. City Recorder. Salt h h If yon will call on us we will show and convince you there is money in buying now. REED BURGITT. & NOTICE the following witneseea to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, vix : Williami Tonks. George Tonks, Edgar Gibby, Thomas West, all of Morgan. Morgan count. FRANK D. HobBS, Register. Utah, S. W. DAB KB, attorney for claim ant. r g ' Slrett, under Brooi Hflh Twtnty. Your choice of I A and rnttatrr nn WacK. ineton Avenue, street cars, citv water, trrarirrl ivr choice neighborhood, $200 cash, balance payable ia rem, $25 10 $40 per month, at eight per cent intrest. Houses, $1,500, $i,8oo and $2,200 each. FtKaar Stocb or TOILET ARTICLES If RED .J. KIESEL & Company, Cflnj WITFR Pronounced the best ia Territory it ud satisfy younelvea. i, HEAL ESTATE! We offrr (or this week the following Baritaini: 7i lots, UniverwtT Height! addition, $250 to 1350 each. 10 loU between 35th aud 36th SU., near motor. $125 each. 2 lota on Washington ate., only $200 earn. WHOLESALE Liquor and Cigar Merchants s mm VXJ each. 8il0 orchard, Nob Ilill addition, tun Twaatv. PtatHaatlag Ilea, tha KarUa, rearth M. 3 lots, block 10, Lake View addition, $225 each. S luta in GROCERS, Ogden, Utah. Pocatello, Idaha rod on Quincy, between 23d and 24tb eta., $55(1 ivr rod. 6x10 rods on Harrison, between 23rd and 24 b els., $300 tr rod. 4x16 rods on 23rd, between Quincy and j&rKnon, f4u per roa. 64tl41 ft, cor 24th and Jackson. $3000. Lots on monthly installments, $150 to AGENTS FOR ftf H) each. A $300 snap in Franklin Place add. TO EXCHANGB. Small Fruit Farm 2 miles from Cit Hall, for grocery business, residence or business property. 800 acres Washington land. 00 acres in Ban Lnis Valley, Colo rad . Severa ood farms in Kansas and Ne braska. -D- EALER jllVWHUlMl UPMAI'S n STRATTON Also for VVallis & Co. Mexican & STORM'S hand-mad- e, Custom house C -I - IN - IidI Wagons, CARL mm a A R S. - - - WHOLK8ALK BBAIiXRS OF Buggies, Road Carts, Buckboards. The Pabs iBre vinff toiiinanv s mhv 1 n Turbine Wheels, .Engines EXPORT, SELECT BOHEMIAN AUD HOFBRAO, CONSTAKTLT IN Saw Mills. STOCK, BULK AND BOTTLED. ALL CORRESPONDENCE TO BE ADDRESSED TO OUR "OGDEN OFFICE. respectfully solicited and satisfaction guar anteed. SEE OUR FINE LINE ra t 0. Wedding Goods, Stencils INVITATIONS, & Programmes Visiting CAEDS Bt Oodbh, Utai. Commercial Publishicg Co., 2404 Wash. F. J J. KIESEL Air. & CO. UNCTION CITY MACHINE WORKS, "W. K. HOLLAND, Proprirtor, Practical Founder and Machinist. I60-1- Twenty-thir- d bat Wall and Llnoola. tic Promptly and at Low Price. h SMITH, A. la the Market. COMMERCIAL Twaoty-Fift- -- Washington Avenue. Ogden, Utah. ware, Iron and Steel. Ie4. Kubber Stamps Offioa: 2M H. 12400 and Repairing. ROCKI ROCK! ROCK! Are the only firm in the city prepared to Repair, Paint or The Meflaln quarry of diray Orders Trim a Carriage or Buggy fjiraaite Bark la the Beat la the Market. Complete. For price delivered call at office of Brala A. M. BUCK, Prop 'n 2406 Waahlnetou AT. ard. Koblnaon Vet, Wygal, Manager. Fin. Mi ft HOUSE HUNTERS! DoteL We have lately opened the Central Carriage Works, 23d Baker Barbed Wire, Black and Washington Avenue, and smith Tools, Etc. are prepared to do all kinds of . Carriage and Wagon Building OGDKN, THE C Wagon Material, Heavy Hard ! Lakb Cm, TJtah. October 4. IfBO. . Notice is hereby given that the following named settlor has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the or in his absence the county clerk of Begs leave to inform their patron that they indge are established here to stay, and county, Utah, at Morgan City, on November 24, 1p90, vix: George S- - (leary. H. E. do the best work in 5983, for the E. M N. E. it see. 32, tp. 4, N. R. 3, E. He name and GEO. A. LOWE, No. 633. Land office at kit Experience of the past three years has taught Telephone NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Corner Widiington Brainard. Robinson & Co. during the following winter. We offer for sale the following choice property at these low prices : Sixty acres in section 10, overlooking the f 100 00 city, per acre 66x330 feet on Twonty-fonrtstreet, between Lincoln and Wall avenue, per 275 00 foot Lots on the Bench, 50x130 feet, only eight n blocks from Washington ave. for each.. 300 00 10x9 rods, between Jackson and VimHuren on the street car line, a snap,. .1500 00 avenue, Two acre lots on Twenty-eightand Jack2700 00 son Two acre lots on Thirtieth and Quincy. ..3200 00 S fi-rn- aud Barraii. Real Estate! us that all property bought well at thia season of the year will bring at least 50 per cent, profit M F. B. IIURLBUT, 0 portrait. ELECTRIC dupiaratc oowrrof ample caparitr baU ho in euodUaua fur uae, oa or bnfora April 17. north rauare 1 wea Sa l Uiwnliip, Lake meridian. Catted St a tea aurvry, and ruer sum wrat three hundred and ninety-sfeet , thrao north founeea aad euht-teolfort to the aouth line of 7th street, t hence eat altasa tlss aouth hit of 7t h street three huadrad and feet ; tlteooe aouth fourteea and niuety-aia feet to the place of beginning. Also apart of the southeast quarter f eer-ti11 and a part of the a rt heaat quarter of sertiaa 3D. township a. north range 1 west Salt Lake meridian, I'nited States bnginaiug at a point 2.046 feet west of theaurret, eoutlteast corner of said quarter aection and running north 145 MO fret; thence east e64-lt- i feet ; thence north 364 feet ; theor west 1 14 feet : these 4 I and feet; thence east 66 feet; tbaoce north 33 feet to the place of beginning. Also a part of the coutheaat quarter of section 17, and a part of the northeast quarter of aertion SI, township , north range 1, wast Salt Lake meridian, I'uited State survey, beginnimr at a 1.140 feet west rnd 7 feet northpoint of the northeast corner of said northeast JO. and running aouth MYe quarter of section west 31t7f.p feet : thence aouth :S fart : thence east 312 feet; thence north 37 feet to the place of beginning. Said sale will be made at the front door of tha Court House, in Ugdea City, Weber County, Utah Territory. R. W. Kaki. aertiuB hlE-SK- HEAR OF. 3 1 1. ( and his pitiful apptala for help almost created a panic A young man in Findlar, O., whose affianced died about a year ago, has now art all the gosaipa there talking by eloping with the girl'a mother, a woman almost SO years old. The most valuable metal in the world is eaid to be gallium, which is worth 3.250 an ounce. Calcium brings $1,600 a pound and cerium $1, 930 per pound. Gold is worth $240 a pound. An excellent way of testing tea is to pat a teanpuonful into a glass of water and shake it thoroughly. If the tea is pure the water will be pure amber tint, but if adulterated strongly colored. Fifteen millions of dollars is mentioned as the value of the art treasures accumulated in Hilford bouse by Sir Richard Wallace, and it is rumored that all thu will go under the will to the English nation. Seven hundred and fifty dollars was the price of the suite of rooms on the steanuhip City of New York occupied by Mrs. Robert T. Lincoln and two daughters on thbir recent homeward journey from Europe. . Dealer In Bteam Bnglnaa, Bollert, Pampi, I will fnrnUh aad traet Bollara, Heater and Machinery by ooatraet and do mj work la Ua oatt laanaa. aaaebina work and repairluc p roaptly attaoded to at inop.