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Ml. OUDEH DAILY COMMERCIAL. SATURDAY. APRIL 25. NOBLESSE If I Lad nttA atcj. fj ear. rn ! LaatidfUrii la aWa; AUad )as C Lu-Xf f B-- y V . kve i 4 La - taara. trttj. mi twer Li faca. .v.ail yoa,BWaT la"l kaa fT H I B A AVa4 tanaft a. aWaar para la Ua KM J 4 Larf If ( vara J urn. yoa aid tAja-auWi eacxa, If I 14 Larf myariX, aa IVMaffc 1 ksar. nn what T',- -' Jf I vara .aMasai a abuttal jal wLat a fwa. aaal Cud Last aaada aWed tW (air thai I d ta) MaWluai aVada Uf a, Ok If 1 1 IS TIKI SCI J. D. GILL Real Estate! Sure Has Bargains. KOW TUX TO -- ot taa taut tfcjaa aaJ ka taaafat ' CML 4 aera. eaiutatadL Brit aavar ricata. a. tLat all protmrXf bucU a at tU. fSa. Oa enk Knd Max Uarruav UUJ to al Ua yaar mill Wbf at laaM at par aaX uttt dani4 taa tulkrwu aruitar. We aTar aala taa klkU4 ekuata afupartj fid. Taa acna, auka aat. atac CHEAP. awaT (moa: U duo. uar ruuaa aa fraaa. buaaa aa W aaa- - at Ti uuatua anaiaa, K2a fa .. tnnaw & par btxtf acta, ia aartui ML a.arVaal Ua I m cut. Bra traaaa tuna Cat (1JU. Si batvaaa faat aa Taotty-foanfclll hA WtXIt ba aiirf . LabaUaaaa Waii tut.... VI tC faaalaoafaai aula. Louea taa Baaca fc.il X fact S3 pcraem. ataemM aaucaa SullaV trjm aiilii-Uu- a A.aaa. tM pel acta. UU met. i aula auatk. or a ill WM traAr W. HOI AaViiUua Caaav i Lou la koa datVA. ViW to tOer, 1 hua Caiua .....&UUt SB uat ML aat. iaaaad ful aar d aalfeta atraat. liiiaa. rouataa-faaaa. fl,7ya. iaUUStaataataaJ.riaiai.aiia 10 aiMY. tut 1W Uxa a Mwamaia Vajw AaJjUua- (Utt. Kuk Hill kit aWlS to ailejr. OmUi4 AJaa S.S rud autaar am TaaaU-ftMU'1 aafa W audmaaaa. UAM tha.p, 1 Lata Wall S.aaa. pfuftartf taauv aaal talaa ciaap laxaat, ' I Lai cfceaji wWa. arra. aa.r awnlk a ill tin attbOltuia. tin bm bof uf baji". aa4 aua It yoa .ail eaU oa aa aa will aa MILV riaee roa Uan i. aiaiai ia bayta 1 D. Gill, 2101 Exiaa-aMi-a. .nm.io taf 1 at-- 1 Tto,KnkaTWv(a.iautirut. W-- BraoUya Ufa. Taa OUaH Family. In matter of autiqaity Muhaium4 r, matt prlJ pnscwieoc to the Cliina Coiifuciru, who died 47K year, before the CbrUtiAn en. Ttwr u na known race that eu bukot of aa antiquity Uk hi. On Uh occaaiuii of th doaib. of tUe CLiiMn) aUtewiuan, known in Europa ajii Aiueric ad tle Marquis Tung, w Uiat bid tltld of noblility wad due, not to any cotmection with Cun-- f ttcio. tiiinself, but la bid descent from on of the four chief dincipio of tb great ttaVrhtT. There aw, however, very nntneroua' living descendant of Coufuciua; and although ba baa been dead 2,370 yean, superior rank is conceded to them in China solely front their relationship to Liin. Moreover, when Confucia. wad born, 550 B. C, bid family was already among the inott ancient of the empire, and had a recorded hiwtory of more than three centuriea. Tradition goea still farther back, extending the probable duration of the family to little lead than 3.000 year. Chicago Times. pbil-4ufbe- Veapucln. Daaccadaat. It is rattier remarkable that so many men identified with the early history of this continent should have living descendants. Many of us remember the lady who visited New York some years ago who claimed descent from Americas Yeepucias, and bad a conviction on ber mind that the Congress of the United States ought to bestow some kind of pecuniary recognition on the name. Congress was not in a pensioning frame of mind and she returned home no richer than she came. Her visit, however, led to a close investigation of the career of ber ancestor, which resulted in the discovery that the word America originated in a name given by the natives to a portion of the coast which he visited. Nevertheless the lady is believed to have been lineally descended from Americus Vespacius, or rather the person whose name was Latinized into that form. Chicago Times. aui t. . ar) ao. VTi&eUlie, RKKD. & BUKGITT. DO YOU WANT To bay a house for the aame payment as you pay w retit ! ft Hi PEERY Jr. CO. lllU xal .J Buy and Bell- - Real Estate. 349 Twwnty-- OGDEN. i' f : UTAH. uuj u ua Jn.t How File Multiply. From where do all the flies come? The question is often asked, and seldom re ceives so satisfactory an answer as has been given by a contemporary. The common fly lays more than a hundred eggs, and the time from egg laying to maturity is about two weeks.. Most of us have studied geometrical progression. Here we see it illustrated. Suppose one fly commences "to multiply and re plenish the earth" about June 1. June 15, if they aUJived, would give 150. Supof these are females, pose seventy-fiv- e July 1 would give us, snpposing no cruel wasp or other untoward circumstance to interfere, 11,250. Suppose 5,625 of these are females, we might have July 15, 843,720 flies. Rarebits. A device is used by traveling men for the name strap on their valises. A card bearing their name and address is slipped into the leather card pocket in the usual way, but now in addition a piece of mica is slipped in on top of the card, keeping it neat and clean, and at the same time permitting it being read by reason of its transparency. A grim relic of the Maxwell murder, preserved at the Four Courts in St Louis, is the dilapidated trunk in which the murderer stored the remains of his mur dered friend Preller. The interior of the trunk is covered with bloodstains. The first gun made for the Confeder acy is now in the possession of Mrs. H. L Miller, of Chattanooga, whose father made it at Holly Springs, Miss., in 1861. It originally had a rifled barrel, and is still in good condition. The royal standard of Persia, it is said, is an apron. Stout old Gao, the Persian blacksmith, raised a revolt that proved successful, and bis, leathern apron cov ered with jewels is still borne at the van of Persian armies. W. B. WEDELL, Over the Poetoflice. Special Attraction ! The Best Bargain offered in Business Property in the. City today. A Corner, 67x101 feet, in Business Center, Cheap. Owner resides in i the East and wants to realize. Call soon. , ( This is the Chance of the year. R. P. HUNTER, 2411 JJ Washington Avenue. M. O'lIAVER, (Member Real Estate Exchange) Real Estate and Loans CHOICE LOCATIONS in all part of the City. GOOD RANCHES and Garden Tract.. &fi-ta- t .. . V Il t UMfQa-au- AN ORDINANCE. Amending .n ordinance, granting permission to U. II. Htvnderaon. A. t. tiarreUon and Joaeph Briukerto couriruct au electric oer tl street, of Ugden City, passedrailway Beutembcr lWh, 1W). Be it ordained by the City Council of Ogden City, that heel ion 1 of an ordinance, entitled "An Ordinance," granting perniiMiou to H. U. make a specialty of form ing syndicates, buying, selling and handling property for Correspond ence solicited. non-resident- s. Henderson, A. 8. liarretson and Joa-pBrinker to construct an electric railway over tha Btreet. of Ogdeu City, pasanl September IMth, I'm), be and the .sin. u hereby amended ly .triking therefona the word "ten" and inserting lu lieu thereof the word "five." Passed April 1Mb, 10. VVM' TUESERl Mor- Seal : BlTAN. Cilv Recorder. Attmt T. P. I. T. P. Brian. Recorder of Oirden ('it, rln hereby certify that the foregoing is a full, true anil correct copy of an ordinance, amending an ordinance, granting permission to H. H. Henderson, A. 0. liarretson and Joseuh Brinker. to constrnct an electric railway over the streets of Ogden t Ity panseil Keptemtier lth, 1S8D. Paused by the City Council of Ogden City ADrll isth. 11. In Kutjmony whereof. I have hereunto set my nana anil tinned the corporate seal of Ogden or April. 11. uity, tins ltn Uhv T. P. BR VAN, City Recorder, ISeaJJ. L, Heudereon, plaintiffs, vs. Thomas Bacon .nd Harriet 1). Lewis, defendants. The people, of the Territory of Utah send ' : (reetuif To Thomas Bacon and Harriet D. Lewis, defendants : Von are hereby required to appear in an action brought against you by the .bote named plaintiff, in the district court of the first Judicial district of the Territory of Utah, and to answer the complaint tiled therein within ten day of service) of the serdays (exclusive of the vice on you of this summons if served within this county ; or if served out of this county, but in this district, within twenty day.: otherwise within forty dsys-- or Judgment by default will be taken ag.in.t yoa, aecording to the prayer of .aid complaint. The said action is brought to foreclose a certain mortgage on certain mortgaged premises described in the complaint, which reference is hereby made ; said mortgage was given by defendant Thomas Bacon to secure the payment of six certain promissory notes of even date and in the sum of $1062.30, judgment is prayed for same from March 24th, and the interest on the 10 of the rat. per cent, per annum, and l."0. at also the interest on $11)62.50 from the 24th day of March, 1MH), to December 13tb,1890, and also for the sum of $42.50 and interest on the same from December 13th, Itf). at the rate of 19 per sent, the whole amount per annum, and 10 per cent, on as provided for in found due for attorneys' fees, of suit. cost and notes and said mortgage That the usual decree may be made for tb. much so as may be nec.ale of said premises or with costs, by the United essary to pay the same States Marshal of Utah Territory, according to the law and practice of this .court, that the proceeds of said sale may be applied in payment of the cost, of suit and the marshal's costs and the amount found due to the plaintiff, that the said plaintiff may have judgment and execution against said defendant ThomasafterBacon for any applying all deficiency which may remain the proceeds of the sale of Said premises properly applicable to the satisfaction of said judgment. . For further and fuller particulars reference is on file herein. hereby made to the complaint And you are hereby not i lied that if you fail to appear and auBwer the said 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 SEAL. judicial district, in and for the Territory of Utah this 21st day of April, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred ' and ninety-one- . C. H. Mod. use, Clerk. By L, B. Bfst, Deputy Clerk. U. H. Henderson, Attorney for plaintiffs. AN OR 01 NANCE. Amending an ordinance, fixing and regulating the use of sewers by private individuals and corporations in the City of Ogden, passed November 2Hth. l,s0. Bo It ordained by the City Council of Ogden City, that t ion eleven, of an ordinance entitled, "An Ordinance Hxing and regulating the s use of sewers by private individuals and in the City of Ogden." be amended to read as follows: Section 11. Any competent mechanic or any firm of whonl one member to be named in the application lias had experience in plumbing on application to the Crty Kniineer, may uku his approval and the payment in advance of a license fee of twenty-riv- e dollars per annum to the City Recorder, receive a license to do plumbwork or drain laying, or both with sewer ing in water or connections connections no application Ogden provided City, tion for license as plumber and drain layer, shall be granted nnless accompanied by a bond in the sum of oue tlieusand dollars, with two resident sureties thereon, paying a tax on real estate in Weber county, on twice the amount named in the bond ; and the said bond to be approved by the Mayor and City Auditor to secure the faithful and constant obedience to all the laws, ordinances, rules and regulations of Ogden City, pertaining to plumbing, sewerage aud water connections, and every license, granted to any plumber, or firm of plumbers, snail be for one year from the date of the approval of the bond, unlesB sooner revoked for cause, and shall not bio transferable without the consent of the corpoi-ation- City Conncil. All ordinances and parts of ordinance in conflict with this ordinance are hereby repealed. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage. Passed April 15th, 1891. W. H. TURNER, Mayor. Seal. Attest : T. P. Bryan. Citv Recorder. 1, T. P. Bryan, Recorder of Ogden City, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a full, true and correct copy of an ordinance, amending an ordinance, fixing and regulating the use of sewers by private individuals and corporations in the City of Ogden, passed November 2Sth, Passed by the City Council of Ogden City, April 15th, 1891. In testimony whereof. I have hereunto set my hand and amxed the corporate seal of Ogden Uty, tnis i3t,n aay ot April, iwi. Seal I . T. P. BRYAN, City Recorder, LEGAL NOTICE: In the Probate Court of the County of Weber, Territory or uian. In the matter of the estate of Amos P. Stone, deceased. Notice is hereby given that Amos 1. Stone, the administrator of the estate of Amos P. Htnnn. deceased, has rendered and presented for settle NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. ' ment ana niea in tins court a final report and No. 910... account of his administration of the eat n t of Land Office at Salt Lake City, Utah, ( said deceased, and a petition setting forth that 1S81. i the said estate ib in a proper condition to be lApriia, the following-name- d closed ; mat a portion ot tne residue of said esNotice is hereby (riven it-i-t to tate remains to be distributed to the heim at settler has filed notice of his intention make final proof iu support of ' his claim, and law of said deceased, and praying for a final that .aid proof will be made before the Begfstef distribution of said estate and that Monday, and Receiver " at Bait Lake City. Utah, on June the eleventh day of May, 1891, at two o'clock p. m. of said day, at the court room of said court 4, 1891 vi.:. John W. Gibson. H. E. No. 7658, for the eH of at the county court house in Ogden City, said ii sec 30, tp 7, County ef Weber, has been fixed by the judge of ) of "i and said court for the settlement of the said acn r 1, e. He names the following witnesses to prove his count and for hearing said petition for districontinuous residence upon, and cultivation of, bution of said estate, at which time and place said land, viz : any person interested may show cause why said George W. Rose, Benj. F. Blaylock, Elijah account should not be approved, allowed and More ail of North Rose, Ogdeu, settled, and a distribution made of the residue Shaw, Jr., of said estate to the heirs at law of said deWeber county, Utah. D. Frank Hobb., Register. ceased, as prayed for in said petition, according T. C. Bailey, Attorney. w ittw. Dated April 18th, 1391. J. P. LEDWIDGE, Clerk, NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Notice No, 89. ., Land Office teruia day payable uf April. A. 1)., ta'btewi buadrwl and lauiety' uaetlwlL, Aad each uf aaid ttrat BMMitiuued twelve prumiaaury Bote, beiut ia tha words and Dgurea and of lb. fouua in. tenor, that ia to ay: fl.UUU. OOOCN, Utah, December 6th, I'm. Ou ur uefure tlu let Uai of Anril. for value received, tha tardea Clay company, a Corporation, protuiae. to pay Julia A. Boyle, or order. on. thousand tl.Uuui dollar.. a.hle iu U B. gold coin at the Ugdea Stata Bank of Ogden, I lab, with iutereat at th. rat of tea per rent, per annum front date hereof, until paid, win iMuore ami aiMr jutigniem : anil ir suit on of this note agree instituted for the eollectioa to pay tea per cut. attorney's to. Ooikn t lav l oarin, By Midney hieveus, Prat t, John W. hlcWUliama. bee y. And twelv. Dromiasorv note, beln rtf tha ful. lowing words, rurvmsand tenor, that ia to say: Oopem, Ctah, December 6, lH'jti. On ar before the first da of Aoril. A. D. Iiyi for value received, the Ogden Cl.v company, a eorporation, promise to pny John A. Hoyla, or order, Uv. hundiajd t&UUI dollars, payable in V. gold ooln at theOgilen btata Hank of Ogdin, L tab, with Interest at the rale of ten per cent, tier aunum from date hereof, nntil paid, both before aud after judgment, aud if suit ba instituted for the collect ion of this note agree to pay tea per cent, attoraay'. tea. . Oouiui Cut Company, By Mi.lney Hteveua. Pres t, John W. WcWilliam. And WuKttA.,The a.id Ogden Clay company did thereby promise, aud iu tha deed of trust aforesaid did in term, covenant and agree to and with Ilia Mid John A. Boyle, to well and trull pay th. said promissory note hereinbefore described, together with all interest that might become dn. thereon, aceordiua to the tenor aud effect, aud true iutant and meaning . . of .aid nromisaor note. And Whkbkas, Said promissory note, hav not. nor has either ene of them, nor the interest on the same nor on either of them been paid as promised and covenanted as aforesaid, nor otherwise, A!vti vrirKCRA., Default has been made .aid Ogden ( lay company in payment of all and every of said promissory notes and of the interest accrued on all and every of them and the principal of th. same anil ul every of them be came tine on said nrst Ua' ol li.nl. A. 11., l"wl. And Whekeas, It is pr vidoo and covenanted and agreed in said deed ot tru.t in effect that if default should be made in th" payment of said promissory note, or either of tliein, on the day when the same became due : or of the interest that might accrue there. u, or any part thereof, for ti days after said iu'enwt becomes due. or in case of the breach of mr of the cove nants contained in said deed then rite holder of said notes, or either of them ms declare the whole sum of principal and ,iterest due and payable immediately ; an ' ' deed should remain in force, and the s ly of the second Dart, the said Henry C, 1 tow, or his survivor iH proceed to sell or successor in said trust, said above described property, or any part Uiereor, at purine vendue to tne nigtiest Didder for cash (either of the parties to said deed being at liberty to become purchaser at said sale) at the county court house yard of said Weber County, on first giving public notice of the time, terms and place of said sale, and the description of the propert y to be sold, by advertisement in some newspaper, printed in the En- and published in said Weber ?;lish language at least twenty days before said sale. and that upon aucn sale tne said part y or th. second part, the said Henry C. Bigeluw, or his survivor or successor in said trust as the case may be, shall execute and deliver to the purchaser thereof a deed of said premises (a recital wherein or the request or tue bolder of said that they or he should pronotoB, ceed to sell on the giving of said notice by him or his said survivor or successor, shall be received in all court, of law or equity, and be to all intents and purposes as full and sufficient proof thereof) aud shall receive the proceeds of such sale, out of which he or his survivor or successor shall first pay the expenses of said trust, including $1,KJ0 dollars or such lusssumas may be reasonable tor attorney s and counsel fees and fcOU dollars as compensation to said trustee, or his said survivor or successor, for bis or their services ; second to pay the amount remaining unpaid for principal and interest, calculating interest up to the day of of there being a surps.le;of t hird, in the event lus sucb proceeds after satisfying the terms of said trust, then to pay such surplus to the party of the first part, its legal representatives or assigns ; fourth, in case of a deficiency of sorb proceeds to state an account, credit the amount paid on said notes and certify the amount of the deficiency ; And Whereas, The whole amount and sum of the said several promissory notes is now due and unpaid and amounts to the sum of eighteen thousand dollars, principal aud the accrued interest to this seventh day of April, A. D 1S91, ia the sum of seven huudred and fifty dollars. And Whbbkas, The said John A. Boyle, the said party of the third part and holder of said notes has directed the undersigned. Henry 0. Bi'elow, as sucb truetae as aforesaid, to proceed to sell the premises described in said deed ot trust, in accordance with the power therein granted. Now Therefore. In consideration of the premises and of the power conferred in said need of trust, notice is hereby given that I, Henry C. Bigelow.the trustee aforesaid for the purposes and objects of said trust, and for the lurpoeeot tne payment ot tne onsums ot money lereinbefore set out, will, Thursday, the thirtieth day of April, A. L.. eighteen hundred at eleven o'clock in the forenoon and ninety-on- e nf that. dav. at the comity court house yard of Weber County, Utah Territory, the same be street, ing on the north sum or I between Washington avenue and Adams ave nue, in Ogden t;ity, v eoer t ounty, utan territory, offer for sale and sell at public vendue all and described lota, pieces the , , . ..parcels . . following , : eitn ot lana, lying anai oemg onunm in Weher County. Utah Territory, namely: all of AddiPlace in forty-siblock (46), University tion to said city, according to the official and recorded map or plat of said University Place Addition in the office of the county recorder of e m said Weber County ; also all of block said University Place addition e; except the lotsr and fifty, thereof, according to said map or plat : also thirty (28), twenty-fliulots twenty-eig(32), in Mock (31) and thirty-tw(30), thirty-ono (52) of said University Place addition, or plat, with the maaccording to said maptrade hxtures, situate on chinery in pi.tce aad said premises ami heretofore used by the party the Ogdon (lay deed, in said of the first part making; also Company, in its business of brick imated fAnT est two kilns of building brick, thousand and hundred one fifty taining brick, to the highest bidder for cash, and that either of the said part ies to the said trust deed purchaser at shall be at liberty to become the will be sold er. said sale, and that said property masse or in such parcels or subdivisions aa will convenand condition best suit the financial ience of purchasers; due regard being had to Ogden Clay company the interests of the said the said and of the said John A. Boyle, in said trust deed and of the exercise by ' dia-tri- W. B. WEDELL, r inaa-iiet- build-Uur- Th. Pag;, of tha Crar. See ME. 330 2otb Street P. 0. Box 254. : Little Kapioff bad made a bet with his If you want ( o buy a lot and will build fellow pages that he would pull the Emon it, I will gi?e you a discount on one peror Paul's pigtail (which was held in of the best building locations in tne OGDEN, UTAH . respect by the highest persons in the City. realm) like an ordinary bell rope at th I also own or control tli. following propartie. : next court banquet. Accordingly, when Wodell'i Mooter? Addition. alias summons-IWedell'a Kiie Point the district court of tb First Judicial the czar took his seat at the table, surWedeli'i Terraea of the Territory of Utah Weber county. rounded by the members of the imperial Five Point. Annex. Edward A. Reed, William Fisher and Henry W. A. Lund'. Addition. family and the dignitaries of state, KapBanford's Central Park Annex. ioff took hold of the queue and gave it a Mill Creole Addition, as were he South pulling a bell. The jerk if Heights. emperor uttered aery of pain and turned I am in the field for business and can round in a desperate rage. Everybody suit you. trembled; only the little page stood there cool and impassive. "Who did that?" inquired his majesty ia a passionate tone. 'I did," said the youth; "that queue Over the Poetoflice. is always awry; 1 put it straight down N. B. Parties having CHEAP prop4he middle." erties and who want RETURNS, "Why, you scamp, couldn't you do it list them with ME. QUICK I have a constant without pulling so hard!" and there the demand for ACREAGE and GOOD matter ended. Le Petit Mouiteur. BUILDING SITES. A- i ; a l.lo artta Ht, AGENT. I VALUE i uut. of CNMaa t ity, that .a ordiu.um aotitlad, aAa OrtliaaJMB" to pruriOa im.apy fur public build-iucr paaaml ltb, lilU, ul.nJ nwurdnl ia tb othcaof Ual itr Keurdrr. I n in ordiaaaoe book "H at pairra ZU, Zx, lA mud ba aad th tame is hnreliy repealed. Paaaed April lilb, ViM. II. TL'RNER. Mayor. IstALj Attaat : T. P. Bar ax. City Recorder. 1.1. P. Bryan, Kcordr -of CVdnn City, do ia a full, true hereby eertify that the and eurrect copy of so ordiuaure reiwalinc an oidiu.-uicto pnivide Money for public 12th. IHU. pted PaMd by i In City t ouucil of Ogdeo City. Anrd t.tn. i. la te.ti.uony whereof I have hereunto set my baud aad atiiid th. corporate seal of Ugden City, hl lMh day of April. 1nI. T. P. liBIAM. City Recorder. (Seal) WM. BINF0KD, Monthly Payment Plan HALF ITS lA. tuiJ ria.ij forn-iUi- In all parts of the City for sale on the If you want to buy FRONTAQE on Main street North for la- n. at HOUSES RealEstate&Investmt And can suit you and yeu can pay yourself the RENT. a4 faal -- . Srvu-rutw- I have SNAPS in all parts of the City, where owners are obliged to sell owing to the scarcity of money, and where ONE DOLLAR in cash invested now, will do what TWO will fail to do as soon as money eases up. I have I- (l-J- i, To buy at all? IF YOU DO au, ait-al- ui t. ii f".a, . a. Ivi. ti . UUi til t . al ka-e- in ul l.lliii .!... ijx L k -- DO YOU WANT aus I v DO YOU WANT To buy a lot ia the most desirable part of the City, on your own terms and at Mid Winter price! NOTICE OF TRUSTEE SALE. 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(Wats U C(iy-luisdantiuf m ai.4 aa4 I Blleat tte pavteat for tha)i t'l) lor a ItJarate A ua. va rtur uf 1 tail. 1 B.1L ia fa tberaarf, areeuMuac aatd a.av and a4at. Auu eniUi'' 1'iar. H roar ia biiluu. claim, aitaaie tsuua. aU all lL tiur. Whana Ski ail x4 lHa 4.tt M i3&i, lbtaMa &i liuiin: Dtetrert, Meuertuunty, I lan larn-tarelaua wl lu aU Uurtj-uua- , aWmdabta at. la ai4 tatny t'i, taaiij i. and Uarty-(r- a cnneieltuaT uf th luUoatn. lasarribed tMA-WtM alaxa '.cb ul I ia aaid tlar (lei awilai to aittwwty 4arer Bunuu. aad aurfae a.uuxnl f gruuitd aa ia a.aa.ajy xvbMly, . A JiIj lAm aoouriluitf ba aaid tr 4at, aad snova ua iu ulal ) 4aiaUCl wltjai.J aiap Aiau uted IBuathetb tkeld gruaad, ban m aua utt.( w ail ta lvaa lay, aka'iaaiit. tba cu4. k4 and taaacnued So, and Bote, taa Ut Csafa, lawful ctaaart Ut piaea aiul UaJa BAUiraa, attaat ua plat of tii ofbr lai ure ua tlia ta thia uAica, ad 4at taOOar awaa-- t uf LLa Laitnl vt tuatr. aaid praaiiaa jij uaad by th aald i lanital I Ik) a Hh Mw IS d ru. m aanutaa varuit ksi al t uau.aiy u Its twiaiaa.. wf tatrk aiaklu.- - AUu kUAS U. tXHSUSA, aal, a fell.,.: t uauueuring at tn initial V. a. ManLaL tau aiiu. ul laiiioiiia loirk. cuuiaum. out hun- point. .No I, tliMie runniii aaat !tw feut By B. A. rV.n. IVti V. a MaraLal. dred aud bfl tbuaaalld tl'XI.JJJ) of aurh brark. to Puat Port Ko. tbeuoe auutii IjUU feet to Kt So r Tn-taI Oaica. imU, lMHUiM Id, WlUi Ua I anantalila. barwlltaaaaBU i. anu tbetxwaeel feet Puat tu No. 4. thenca UaaTMautu taa ur taairaaflvc abu.a aala is atitil Hatarday and alxtrtrbaiaaa) Ko. 1. tb plan uf alli till fee! U. P.t DacaafataaT Wtu, 1JU at 11 v rturk m. urltai.'uia'. or ia anaaa awartaiiiii.g jc IJUarraa of UaxaUma. wturh U-. fur taaMtit traat. auamar. .ituatnl. la a. H PaoK, t a. MaraLai. aiU be alien aureed. thauurth H uf tnarjw la o Juha A. bla. uf aaid Udaa ( Ity, arty uf and By B. A, tl N uf the tK V, uf aerttua la, toau-ahi- p lin.ety I A ItaraUal. th third, aud uuua tUa e..JUa that a. X.of ran,rl K. ot tb Kn ktarUt-laUaaa, I tali. Danaataa-- & 10, th said atiuold t t upauy pay (Vdaa I tau. Soeonflirta aaij frxna Pue Nu. t, II. fcl. Abovaaal. aBu.tuuud autil atuaday. Marco JoJ.a A. 4w Im, urlay Ui hia taaar, ta .saiuiiit uf M. M. Ko. M. beara 4u L 11. at U u clue, at k. It. tWreea. t feat dt. LU.VFsaauaa. taelv isaitiaaory autaa, ot oa. tant, and tnmi ftarf No. In quarter aactloa B. alaxaLaL tl.uuvi a,Uui ta .iM.i (M.ia uf Ui t uiul comer uf aertiuu 4, Tp. 4, N, H. I By a A. Boa am. Dnuty I'. K. MaraLal. S, ua th Like La uf alao aiaar Salt Lake Aarica. aarb. aad Mla beara H av iWraa. 44 a.ia Cl(iea. Llalt, Uwortubet U, I9ML bar afurtmaid U tjf twt-lcertain oilier prum-i""- V II.JU4.1 aterhiian, lUfeetuutant. 1m aUMva sale is pwtputuMl until Motulay, a. 4 in tike nv biuidmd ld naa l b aaid nuniug kuuus being on reeoid ia Juia 1, m. ht U ul.-kdlara each, t h. a bole principal of aatd aenaral tbeuttieauf the Krorler of aaid mining K.H. P.luiS, l'. & Marahal. uotee being tn lua ui aqfhUieu tuouaand at tV.tea City, iu Weber t uunty. tb uaar-en. Drpoty V. A. Marshal. By H. A. boa I le.uuui d.4imr and each uf .aid Botea bearing kuoau being tb "bilker thief Ordau. I tali. March t. 11. intareat ia ua .old aula at tite rate uf taa par and "Little, Harr)" BiUilugclaima. cent, per annaoi from anl6Ui day uf lieetw.uer. I direct tl at notkr ua pauluhad la tba A. 1., jrl)teeo httodred aad ninety ontil OuutK Daili I tin. a uaaapapar puf osslu AN ORDINANGE. ul, paid, wharh said pniBiia.ury Uutaa a are ia Ui. liahed aeareat tha Mid aiming claim fur tha BepeaUnrf an ordinance to provide money for day laat afureaaia Biaite, executed and delivuf aixty daya. D. Hoaa. period r'aaaa ered by .aid Ogdeu flay company to .aid Boyle, public iHuldiinrs, pauml 8rit.,nibe l;Ui, Q (Victioo 1. Br it ordained by li t'uy t'uuucU each of aaid aota. being ra.iecively by its T. C. Kail.t, Attorney for Applicant. uu urbefuralue firat du aud MARSHAL'S SALE. REAL. ESTATE. REAL ESTATE. ObUGE. 7 at Salt Lake City, Utah, March 12th. 1891. Notice is hereby given that the following-namesettler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the Oihce register at or receiver of the United State. Land The best talking parrot is the gray Lake City, Utah Territory, on Saturday, bird with scarlet tail that comes from NOB HILL PROPERTY A SPECIALTY. Salt May 2nd, 1891, viz: Charles Parrish, homestead entry No. 731S, for the southeast quarter, the Congo. A few of these have a scarsection 24, township 5, north of range 1 east, 160 let breast as well as tail, and are known acres. He name. th. following witnesses to prove as king birds. They are very rare. his continuous residence upon and cultivation No tronbl. to .how property. Call and ms me of, .aid laud. ri : A grain of fine sand would cover one John W. Ford, Robert Kippen, Melvin Randall, John Weight, all of Peterson, Morgan hundred of the minute scales of the hu No. 24U, Wa.li. At.., county, Utah Territory. D. man skin, and yet each of these scales in Frank Hobbs, Register, torn covers from 300 to 500 pores. Btatkir A Simmon., Attorneys. UTAH. OGDEN, d LEGAL NOTICE. In the rrwbate Court of the County of Weber, xerniory oi j uiu. In the matter of the estate ) V of Ann Hall, Deceased. ) Notice of time appointed for proving will, etc. Notice is hereby given that Friday, the first day of May, 1S91, st 10 o'clock a. m. of said day, at the court room of 8aid court, at the County court house in Ogden City, in the said county of Weber, has been appointed as the time and place for proving the will of said Ann Hall, deceased, and for hearing the application of Hans D. Peterson for the issuance to himself of Let ters Testamentary thereon. Dated April 2uth, 1881, J. P. Lkdwidog, Clerk. t . weuty-tourt- n wu 1 1 MARSHAL'S SALE. intiw ami u? virtue or an execution lai net, out of the District Court of the Kirat Judical or tne territory of I. tab, dated ti.a uutrict, .1 .. '1 .(' .1.1 ..I l k. - - ... ' . - . . lu.) 1.." a ariw wherein the California Katioualirnwii Bank uf Baa Diego, a corporation a. plaintiff, recovered W. Hwao R, imlguicut Company and again! W . R. hwau, defendants, for the sum of thirtaea hundred and sixty-fivand forty-fou- r dollars, aud cost, taxed at thirty-vtiauaiony-nv- . dollar. 1 Lava levied upon the following described property, : Lot. 1 and t in block 1. lot 10 in Moek 1ft. lot. 23. 24, as. St and to in block 20. lota 1 1,1 and 4 in oioce 2i. iota ii, 12, i.i, 14, 13, 18, 17 and IS ia block Xi. lot. 1,2,. and 4 in in block 42, lot I lu e a to-w-it block lot. 8. 4. S, 7, N, . 10, 11, 12, la, 14. lot. 1, 2. 1, 4, 5. 15. It), 17, 18. 19,20, 2114. 8,7, zv. an. si, 72, sa, at, an, an, tl. zs, st. ai, 2i. 3N 39 and 40 in block 11, lot. 42 aud 43 iu block 41. lot 5. , 7 8, , 10, II aud 12 In block U all ia 15, 16, , 17, 1ft. i.8,, 1, 2, It and 11 10, 20 in 12, IU 14, , block 20, s. University Place addition to Ogden City, in tba Conuty of Weher aud Territory of Utah, Mid prniierty standing on the record, uf VYebar county in the nam. of Will K. hwau. r in ice is nereoy given mat on l uesasy, tna 2d day of Dermtlr. P40, at 12 o'clock noon of that day, iu front of the County Court House, in the t ity of Ogden, County of Weber aad Ter rttory or L tab. 1 will, id obedience to Mid attention, sell all the right, title, iutereat and claim of the d defendeota, of .in aud to the bihivs described property, or ao much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy plaintilf'a judgment, with interest, thereon and oost. to the highent and best bidder for cash, lawftu money of th. United State, uf America. ELIAS H. PARSONS. above-name- By B. A. Bowman, U. 8. Marshal. Deputy U, S. Marshal. Ogden, Utah, November 10, The above sale i. postponed until Saturday December 13, 1;X), at 12 o clock m. E. H. Paksons, U. MsrshsU Br B. A. Bowman. Keutr V. . Marshal. Ogden, Utah, December 2, 190, Above sale is postponed until Monday. March 2, ISM. at 12 m. E. H. Parson., ISitO. a a By B. A. Bowman. v-8- Mar.h.1, - Marshal. Deputy U. Ogden, Utah, December 13, 1890. The above sale i. postponed until Monday. June 1, 1891, at 12 m. E. H. Parson., C. H. Marsha), By B. A. Bowman, Deputy 17. 8. Marshal. March 1891. Ogden, Utah, 2, ALIAS SUMMONS. In the District Court of tba Firat Jiotiel.l District of Utah Territory, Weber County; Alice Morgan, Plaintiff, 1 V vs. Thomas J. Morgan, Defendant. J The people of th. Territory of Utah .end crest ing: To Thomas J. Morgan, Defendant. You are hereby reauired toarjnear In an aetinn d brought against you by the plaintiff, in th. District Court of tha Firat Ju dicial District of the Territory of Utah, and to answer the complaint filed therein, within ten days (exclusive of the day of service) after th service on you of this summons if served with in tnis County ; or. If served out of this County, but in this District, within twenty dun- otherwise within forty days or judgment byde-lauib win ut) mKHu agiuum you, according to tna prayer of said complaint. The said action is brought to obtain the Judgment of this court to dissolve the bonds of mat" rimoiiy now and heretofore existing between th plaintiff and defendant, and that the infant Ida Morgan, as mentioned in complaint, be awarded to tue planum, naintiti allege, that sha is entitled to said decree on the grouud that tha defendant has willfully neglected to provide tha the common necessaries of life, plaintiff with being able to do so ; but on the contrary say. that he will not In the future contribute to her support or maintenance. For further and fuller particulars reference is hereby made to the complaint on file herein. And yon are hereby notified that if you fail to sowar and answer the said comulniut an above required, the said plaintiff will apply to tha court for the relief demanded therein. Witness the Hob. James A. Miner. Judge, and the seal of the District Court of the First Judicial District, in and for tha SEAL. Territory of Utah, this 2nd day of April, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ninety-onC. H. MoClure, Clerk. By L. B. Best, Deputy Clerk. above-name- e, NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. No. 887. Land Office, Salt Lakk Citt, Utah, 1891. April 7, ) ) following NOTICE is hereby given that the named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, aud that said proof will be made bofore the Probate Judge or in his absence the County Clerk of Morgan county, Utah, at Morgan City, Ctah, on May 23d. 1891. vis : Curtis C. Stoddard. H. E. No. 6445, dated May 12, 1884, for the EH of N W1 and W4 of N E'4 Sec. 8, Tp. S N, range 2 E, S. L MyUtah. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said land, viz ; James Priest, Elisha P. Hardy, of Hooper; Andrew Tangreene, of Huntsville; and Timothy O'Neal, of Uintah, Weber County, Utah. Frank D. Hobbs, Register, T. C. Bailey, Atty. x fifty-on- fifty-tw- fifty-on- e fifty-fou- fifty-thre- e o Lengal Blanks of all kinds for sale at the Commercial Office. (), fifty-tw- beofi-ciar- y LAFRENTZ & POOLE, Eeal Estate Sealers. None but and see us. first-cla- properties handled. Call Reed Hotel Building OGDEN, UTAH.