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|Paper||Ogden Daily Commercial|
OtJDEN DAILY COMMERCIAL: WEDNESDAY. REAL ESTATE. Tie reJ At tlrf vticfa i iv;v-i.- wte cccurr of Labor is r3 syta--- i ia tiijtie tLP-'-. &ea or .! of a grrut work U ti in ai.aUua Uac -a l etu-rjTia- Tb wL-j- , anJ fctjc of a jrr building is Uil ty fcto afik"il wi'.b ia a a trcVrl a Licit. Le tr emke a prvtcttse of d Ant iitii-Ur- y PCTBY 1 J, D. GILL U. I.ILLIU Ul.ttVV. Sure Has Bargains. n.lv and sen- act ail OcJlit. Jaarf ai4 - in cuiutatod. prior waus rwrtit. iter, atrort aeax Harriaoav. kxli to 2U Ob le k Oii.tr J (atrcber clj(. tata tlp farad.Ui. erer fealMuf iupartua 1 I Lata ruri i ..! , J. (.t t llat fx! Vw. I. j i .j.s. ttcf u.t urj t nVirtM '1.1. i u.i Mr K ,urf, r.. :t,j. i.. i. ,.;, .., ..uiriij; r.u.l! Lr:-- . 1 UTAH. : t,mJ il-- r isw. i, rtl. ' iJtisH . f m..!!, auj lr li ttH 1J i. un'(!,,-"-r- ; p '( 1. k-- aUsai ' !. . (i- I i ) 4i.i i I o;wi- - .; n:iii, jriirit lai....i iu . .1, c. diI .1. Ci! i in TO BC til part i l.i. u a V'i.r. is. i.Miu iMa'e-- l set. 4 atiowu as y aloiew-at'- aid iardea Trarta. Real Estate! i r.rfir-tiw- t ui :rt I - be a 4 u d a-- e l iuud--- la-t- c- rt.a h. .'d .Iri.u li)n, l.y a la,.l itiial-s- . ailli Ua r a luivtMn. mi'lia-eae- Cii.ii. in 1 id-- rd.) tali trri-t..r- , resid-li- l estate baaa--d - i. cn.uuty. : r,..j.i ia-ll -i : w- 4 4 I r- ii-i..- . . .- 1! 11 iis-.- il t--4 1 . r,. . s,T, 1 i. - y p) - 111 .1 1 I.i- .a: .i. 1 111 -. 1 O-'- .ii litj. a lAwlb 1 trf- - 4 1 .1 fUrieoea of tlx lat three yean (Kl s I A SI t- aunbaiur or any tiaaj-i- l la 11m. la i.iaa.tti ou U.41 (aiajiu hi a ii- ji,ai. iki.ala r aniiuil. to der. le. en r a lorti-- to do laua.lt. r t..sm ma- - a' shi La bad fa to tii- 4. rt, I a.' .0 at,a thv pa. iiieiit iu fvi ra-- aa lua. tor lull Urgiat 'ed ki d e lir-- lir-n- r X : A 1.1 1' 111 Jlt-- a i- -t I.,..) t. anm(.jilii. g j i3err- - ui rir-ieti- I I' 1, - i rvy-l-i- .r.jua d rus. HrJ l (Llj iLata.fti-- r Uiaiu iayiiig. r. atr-- r v 1. i.s l.'l 1, CHOICE UX'ATIONS of the Cjtr. OOOD BAM 'jf II. i- -r - - l. Ber.l-!e- y ba 4 aljt.di, I sjil. r.s.... a" I-- a--fc. liy tWCity riMil at CVlee k4 aa Sn" a eii-.ir.iii.iioi. taiiar au4 riyust-- t tii r.i ate IL..11 Uliai aiaii 4..J 4 M leji. ' lar aiurbiant lal . ..,.-.- mai i.4 a . . ja-.- a 1 Lrit. u l.Htre.-.- . Hei I .!.,-It- ti.of s4wt.u ili-- Ltt Keal Kstalc and Loans. 1D.6ILL, 2401 Wiilnrtyiirt, KOTT r 'iiv-- rfcd.-t- i 11 . -- ; Sli, fc ii(-- 1 - i.id---- ra-- . 1 - 4 1 . -- ! 1.1.4-- .1 1 111 ! .111 h Special Attraction ,S, . ;- Tiie Best Bargain . in Business Property in the City today. ACorner, 07x101 fVet,in Business Center, Cheap. BURGI1T. Owner resides in the reaEast and wants to lize. Call soon. This is the Chance of the. year. it,,j.i:.. R. P. HUNTER, 2414 Waehiupton Avenue. !.. 11 i,nnl U-- r 1 I di-f- rnirt, ipiiieii to., .Will interest you if you are on the buy. i v 1'. S. Mnrt,hiil. I!.iMi, IVjmty tT. S. Man-hiil- . Otfdon. I tali. N'meuiln'r I'i. -n. The alKit F.il.1 is imutiMineil until Saturday Derembcr li, nt il'oVIim-Iin. By B. A. K. 11. I'AKhiinm. I1. S. Marshal. B..M is, l...nt I S Mal.al. I tVileu. tali, lliH'e.iiln-lyu, Aboe sale Is pontpimeil until Mondav, Miuch II I' ahk.ins, 2, at 12 in. Hy B. A. . t. 1'. M..thal. S. I". BottutN. Mainhal. Oden, Ltah, Jlictinljcr 1.1, l".KK The almre sale 19 pnetimri'd until .Mmiduy, .. 11. 1'iks.a, Juno 1, at 1.' ni. By B. A. I . S. By B. A. Bowman. Diputy U. Uifden, Ltab, March IM'I 2. S. Maii-ha)- . Martial. FOR PUBLICATION. No. ; inii-r.- aliove-iiHmi'- il NOTICE ;7. Lano Oitipe, Salt Lake Citv, I'tnb, T. ) 1HI. j April NOTICE ia hi'iehy civen that the follnwiiiH DHineil settler haa died notice of liis intention to make linul nriMif in nuimorf of lii. claim, and that mill proof will he made before t'.ie i'robate JudtfP or iu bis aiwence the County Clerk id Morgan county. I'tah. nt Moriran I "if y. I'tah.on May kl. LH91. viz: Curtis ('. StiMidnrd. II. K. No. Ml dattil Mav 12. 11. fur tlie K1, of NW1, and W'i of N K' Sec. s, Tp. 5 N. range 2 E, S. L M.,ltah. lie Bairn's the following witnessc to prove his coutiniioiia residence upon, and cultivutiou of said land, viz ; James Priest, Elisha P. Hfirtly, of Hooper; Andrew Tammi'tie, of llunlsville; and Timothy U'Neal, of l:inall, " elier ( 'ouiity, I'lali. Fuank T. C. Bailey. Any. l, H011111. Ki'Kiter. AN ORDINANCE. Garden Tools and Handles A. SPECIALTY. J. P. BUETON, manager. l. London Society. iiu permiion Amending nn oniinance, to II. 11. HeiideiMin. A. S. (iarn lson aml.loM pli Hrinker to construct an electric railway over the streets of Ogilen City, passed Si ptemlsT litth, 1MW. lie it ordained by the City Council of Ogden City, that Section I nf an ordinance, entitled "An Ordinance," grant ing pennisiou to II. 11. Henderson, A. S. (iarretson and Jnseih Hrinker to construct an electric railway oer the streets ol Ogden City, passed September ll'ih, lfd, be and tlie same is hereby ainemled by striking thereform tbe word "ten' and inserting in lien thereof the word "live.'' Passed April lath. WM. H. TURNER, Mayor. Seal. Attest : T. P. Bryan, Citv Recorder. 1, T. P. llryati, Kei nrder of ( igden City, do hereby certify that th. foregoim; i' a full, true aud correct copy of aa ordinance, amenio'iur an ordinance granting permission to 11. H. Henderson, A. h. (1 arret si .11 and Joseph Hunker, to construct an electr.c railwa over the street of Ogden City' passed Septemljer r.nh, Ism. Passed by the '. it) Council of Ogden Oitv, April 15th, im. In testimony vliereof, I have hereunto set my hand and Hllixed the cumulate seal of Ogdi-City, this 1Mb day of April, l'.d. Seal I. T. P. 1IKVAN, City Recorder. ALIAS SUMMONS. In the district court of the Kir-- t judicial di triet of the Territory of Utah. WcIh r county. Edward A. heed, illiam I islu r and Henry L, Henderson, plamtills, vs. Ibomas liacun and Harriet D. Lewis, defendants. The people of the Territory of Utah sen. greeting : To Thomas Bacon and Harriet !. Lewis, defendants: ou are hereby re.pnr.'.l to app. ar tu an action brought against you by the als.ve named plaint ill, in the district court of the tiist judicial district of the Territory of Utah, and to answer the complaint lile-- therein it bin ten days (exclusive of the day of pen icu.i of the service onvou of this summons-- if served within this county ; or if serve ! out of this county, but in this district, within twenty days; otlierwi-- e within forty days or by default will be taken against you. according to the prayer of said complaint. The said action is broiit'ht to foreclose a certain mortgage on certain nuuttraged premise, described in the complaint, which reference is hereby made ; said mortgage was giwn by defendant Thomas Bacon to secure the payment of six certain promissofj notes of even dale and judgment in prayed for ui the .sum of $lii:'.v, and the interest on the ?amo from March 21th, lsaO. at the rate of Id ier cent. ier annum, and also the interest on $1 i2.5t from the 4t h dav of March, l'W, to December Wtli, MH, and also for the8tim of '42.5(1 and interest on the same from December 13th. Is'.HI. at. the. rate of 10 per cent, per annum, and 10 per cent , on thew hole amount fouud due for attorneys' fees, as provided for in said mortgage and notes and costs of suit. That tbe usual decree may be made for tho salo of said premises or so much as may lie necessary to pay the same with costs, by the United States Marshal of Utah Territory, according to the law and nractice of this court, that the proceeds of said sale may be applied in payment of tho costs of suit and the marshal's costs and the amount found due to tlie plaint iff, that the said plaintiff may have judgment and execution against said defendant Thomas Bacon for any deticiency which may remain after applying ail the proceeds of the sale of said premises, properly applicable to the sal isfactiou of said judgment.. Kor further and fuller particulars reference is hereby made to the complaint on tile herein. And you are hereby untitled that if you fad to appear antl answer (he said coninlaim as above required, the said plaintill will apply to the court for the relief demanded therein. Witness, the lion, .lames A. Miner. udge, and the seal of tin1 rlistiiiT court of ili-Ens SEAL. judicial district, in and for the of Hist Utah this day Territory I judi-'iiiei- IS WEALTH ! ECONOMY wise saying you want to Call and Examine the Immense Assortment of To appreciate that a An Innocent Queiitlon. Clockmaker Why, my good woman, if your clock doesn't go, you must bring me the whole of it; I can do nothing with the pendulum alone. Woman Ale prosim! Why the whole clock? The clock is all right; it's only the hcrrid pendulum as won't work. Wiener Figaro. I in. tbe m.i - it J Maft-ti- . t.i saU-- . , IIAVKH. i s 1 3. e, 1 I . .. : 1 REED specialty of nerve centers says the music of a hand organ is pleasant to at least ninety-ninout of every hundred people, falling upon the nerve centers and tympanum of the ear with soothing effect. He says that when you meet a person that cries out against this sort of music you can safely put him down as a falsifier and deceiver. Detroit Free Press. vj.a'i i.v'. r a- vat It Can't Be. A New York surgeon who has made ii rUi S-- , o at 4 g is.. Ai. ora (Mtt..l i a 1 ii.ti pti-;n4 llie 4 l jkeu i.;s t a;.. I I r trus.t H. . !,J ti p.o io- ilU 11- t it) nr.uiuej t li- i ii f ,i;.'i,.i ati...-i..l.- 1mi 1 1 A Glance i. a . 1 m iWsl ttut a id tlLH V.-- l ! Take the vast London society. It ia a stiffnecked dress parade in which one meets one's best friend once a fortnight and strangers in proportion. People never know each other well and are almost suspicious of those they do know. Invitations are sent out from one to two months ahead and people come and go without making a visible impression, and there is none of that merry familiarity which makes Americanlife so enjoyable. A dinner is a set affair, with no general conversation and a total absence of what the French call esprit; in fact, most of the Englishman's pleasures are of the macintosh and umbrella . kind. The Londoner i3 always guarded and suspicious of the stranger, and 1 don't wonder, considering some of the Americans he has had shoved upon him. But, fitter all, there are too many people in London; it is impossible to expect freedom, familiarity and hospitality among such a multitude. Cor. Chicago News. ..llV.4rti to a ituli-uri Kl s.l U.' ,t . - 1.1 ft i 1, ,! iie. a. ihii1 i t U.iu m.J ut id i f s . M U.I- c t ia- - ' :o ' - til o.siri ..r'- U. !.. - - i.wiu-Pi mi uiat a taa au teal 11. muaiut .1 tuta tbe a.a laHid to a-- aje aud . ha.-- . , an I r .1 I Mk J l.y 1i,r liayia- - alel I it. .4aail.aT la. eecnal-pr..-iU. r. i tv Lip , N w r.u 1 K ..I iij iT t ail.4 CiHlstaiit I tin ..il4Vl"ti teL.l u ad 111 IUii.n, I i ..... 1 U ,.( I al. ah. cii.nu rut.i,u.g in .irtiaiii.g laaa. r.lliiao.a.. riie arid rea;uiatMiis 4 IV 1,, .. t as. a to i4aa,lMg. .ni i.iir.i4 .sliwt taiil. auJ lr.iu aiel il. aud is also a,ftilurWlirtt') pt.a.-rol it. i.,l:ii aate caii. . ttri.il-.- . aJidrttc .i.is&u4 rraiiiisi tt l;n.-lis. li.n.la-rl sire. run Lake 4 .lnuilj-rra- . i.dti.lrtHi liria i niaail lie .r i.r aey t; laoiaj) h.ju aud a.1.ilti.u.aj iies. U II ;U. lVfnt4 l ml wa lnaa llirdilri-- l r a4 4he urdaM-S.. a. tl.il.li.-- . It furli.i-t.l ltni.ll, ibat 4a)ti.t. l'Le M.4nl IVIi.Lisf forrailsa. aiid shall jii. a ..i, r.,.i.t m twr .tL.lai.t l.i"ura le ! ti sail an Loot liar ..aisrt.I id 1U1 lbetrl'v V'.W--J ti- 1- ii ... . ,.1 ...j mu.n. ai 4"s tjr as l mini d. U, l. f t ,lLn. n,r i..ir Irirt al r irst - I t,jt aA ri.t- - print. Ai ur.lmau.-vau frat. and part ,f otdmaiMM- - in coa- .),,- 1,1, f M klu .li I.n,; i'i.erirfa!U.i i aL.j lj a nl - :!! mi lit C.il . il li tills iilliiajM'e are Leo l.y uii.li ari'l l.iMlt- Hatt ..n... . ( to- n.-f I. I i iti .... ordiiiaiHhis iad l 1.11.01,11. .f I llfrt lliat H.IM..I.f Ir 1..1 u li,ili lake rrjnt ia f.i.'i'r Iron, all I aflef its .as.sage. uiist ',;ti. s,i, a;., I tti.hull.) are t.i o t k t i.iitlrilie 4 tl.led ai.d i I St ail s.s . Aoid .tti 11. llj t'd. ( iistifnl f.. li.f .H (1.1 .,a. niit.lli l s ai,d jssia-- . it Ml, t Was l"t'il..al W. H.1T RM.K, Mayor 1. Hoi (Wflud Of UI ilj;n. Js.siOli.i t.at tl.efe ial.li-i- l Seal til ri.tn-liM-- t iii.i a It T- P. Bai l'ie-i- : din it T. Colinaii Hill 11. sminsi.ia) 4'ity Reior ler. (..r AiM.lifaul. ' or 1.1 P. hriau. iu a i.iiti.'fi 1.1 tt... , i.i.ts a. .puled li id 4lf.hu City, do ,, l.'.t,.i ((li, rew.iuIt el lrfliebejel. sdl;j certit thai is a full. Irue Ai..'.i-- t .ti, PM.il.t- nti.l in .hsf t4 an , urt ti..ii.. ai. a direct atneii.in cop) MARSHAL'S SALE. in .in.! .nn an. I i.i.-- i ai 4 sm ,,r trail md.i.aiiii. tiaii.g and reuiaiinjf u,-- . uw 4. fooler aixi bl .,f mi . J,ri.li..!i - a lid li 'hi at 11. t I ad a it. ri iiidiiidiiaia and .T,l,y ite j 't rvul f Ihe rl .f tlie rir.l ju.iir.al l. li! l.iHltJ- 4U.I .1.1 el ll.e t.iUl i,lii the Ipj, - UkT.lea. .aed Noleii.l-e- r i.sets th, ( tltf l.ru'..i ..f I t Litrut, ll H. of dairltiej JIM liny f Ort.l r. - 'j, in a r. mm n. 'i .i. that ill le. case .h.ill tie Passed Ly tl.e Ci'j Coutnil of Ogden City. I'luitiled. le. l ity sm-said Aprn I ah. baitu..) giny. a fori .mini!, as .Umti:l, rii-.ie.i j 111 I a m l. n aitil.iiii .11 Ja ,er.a.f, I bave bervlllito sad toy i.'i, e.11-- 1t l.uiaa. . K. A I ..11 .t . ami jii'Vmriit aj!ari,-l lie ll.oie ihaii Sun al oil liili.l and. arhait the rurirate of Og leu l li mi ml.fi.r tlir Mini ..f I !.:rl.-.-W. K. I 1' tin-01 Ul.l :ili V of April, dav l."t :l, City. slul tie said liuuilrv-J- i ami rut tn- - aifl fi.iivli.iir .1 Anll-- 1 iif ti.ji Till. Iv.s t. loo dint tsaalj. P.liUiAN.City dltllu ui'linr, ihhlIh-Ir.tis ta'tl Mt Diiif ne ,, t t.e i l oin,, d, tir-- t le ii h lie- is..iis-i,aud fori; hii l, ,(. lli,i'.. I l,ae 1. I au ol. allied, if a.il Mich to.-! lull nl, lerieil u.u il'c f .Ji.,vi mr il.. i,U.I .r.. ilj, 1. h l.y a siilk,. sutn t laduai ALIAS SUMMONS. tiva it : a. k of any otlii-- striet raii A.i n , ar 1. ,,t 1,1 m l.I.k Urta t and im Iu the Dotii.t I ..iii1.. the First Judicial Dl .,t, smi li. ti 01 in .hi i.iuals, aii.l. k .li. I..t I. a ami in HI..1 1 SI, U, I'i..i idi-- l lurt her. h it oil an sti.ts riot Micl ..I the Ternlorj of I tab. ttci-r- r 4 ounty. ;, 1; ami id tl irk 21, lirfi- - II. 1, 1.1, It, l ,. iu .th. l".".i, C. h. Pannister. PlaiutilT, I I hiiM k Si, tuts I. in 11, t.li. k tJ. tut I in W beii- aii oilier Collip .ili . a i .'i.ii,g.iot t l U or Hell- ill 1. Flg-ure- o.- ' . I . ' t a Lat taucht a Uiat all property tioocbt well at Uiu aeaanu No trouble to ahow property, fall and aee of U. rear a ill briti at Irut SO per coiit. profit So. im, Waeh. Ate., the fuUowiiic victer. iaug Mr ojTor for aaie lha following choice npertl UTAIL OODKN, at thM low price : Siitr acre inaectioB 10, OTariookina' the $ 100 00 cjty between tfiXt) feet on Twenty-fourttilork 5t, loin I. i. (, I. 1'., 1, , ji, in, 11. j, i. H, ! Lu.ouln anil Wall Aeuuea,per fuut ... Z7S00 15.16. 13. is. I ami 3 ID l.l.u k I Z X t. , LnKaoa the Bench SOxl30 feet eibt bluck 6. J. M. 1". II. :. H, 1. 1... lii. 1;, Iv zx. ll, ji. JO 00 fnuu Waaluucfn Avenue -i 21. ."1. J i'i. ) .11, ;u. ::. z. ai. :;. fi, Where Cold Goes Te. ami fi in lim LII J.t 4: .11, ,1 1 in I.I k k Two, acre loU on Ttirieth, near the Park U 00 A-- considerable 41. lol 5. 6. 7. li.l'i. II ami 12 In l,. k 5 Mi ln part of all the gold UtU in Nob HU1 Additioo Cheap. t'uiverhity !ii"i' a.liliimii in iik.il..ii it m il.c which goes to India never returns. Oar- Improved businee proiwrty payin IS Couiil) if Vi b. r 111.. I liTiitury i.f I tuli. mi.l 00 CT0 leaaed for I year cent. net. H 111 hlii; I obtained in been the the west tale l!i. Hi i.1,1- - i.f i l 1t by ing pmlnTtjV . J ackaoo and Qiiincy IffiO 00 cnniil in lim i.iiiiiiM.f W ill H in, of-iV- ml of exported productions, it is retained in 1 j f bet weea Yk-in I Notice tlmi ..n u..1h , t lip ISO 00 Addition , the east as realized profits, wealth stored Lou in Mountainon Twenty-fourtM I.' i.Vlm k Uday of IfMiil-rAb-Bin ith corner iu fn i t i.f thi' ( mini y Court I1hum, that day, a moderate and for extent to use in up, Wall Avenue Drotiertr real valne. in the I ity of V.U n, Cimnty if Vi ami Tit ill tbe arts, for the rest as a representative acre near north VYaahuia'UKi ritory of C'tali. will, in oUiln-no- , to t unl eie the ail r . t till.-ilbilivtde. aud k cutiou, of value on tbe credit of which traders claim of tbe nili'iit.v, of.in and to the above litmcnbed or ru miu-lbuy and aell with the bills of exchange If ) oo will call on o we will ahow and cos thertmf a may be npfini-arInmu ty (ilnintilT't they issue and the book credits they vine yon there U mouey in baying now. thereon 11ml cnt?. i. iinlirnient, vnh interiH-tWliei-- t open, and settle up the differences with tbe ai d hrt biddor fur ci?U. laalu & mouey of the I nited State of merit-.the silver money of the country. K1.1AS II. 1'AkSONS. stock of Bnt tbe accumulated gold there undergoes no diminution. There is no ebb and flow under the reciprocal action which commerce enforces in the case of countries trading together on a common metallic basis. The three millions sterling (or thereabout) of gold bullion which India annually adds to her store are, under the monetary law of that country, just as much lost to the nations of the west, by being withdrawn from the general commerce of tbe world, as if the money had been lent to a South American republic. Between tbe years 1633 and 1889 (April) this depletion amounted in value to tl30.aw.75a Between that date and the month of September, 1S90, a further accumulation, to the value of 5,009,-27took place, bringing this portion of the gold treasure of India np to a value Blackwood's 18o,250,000. exceeding Magazine. . Ibaen'a Curious I cannot recollect having ever met a man of more peculiarly Btriking appearance than Mr. Ibsen. He reminded me to a certain extent of those fabulous creatures the gnomes, who play such an important part in Scandinavian mythology, and are vividly described in the old songs of the Edd. lie is a man of less than medium size, but very heavily set. The upper part of his body is very large in proportion to his lower limbs, but still small in comparison with that immense head, which, with its bushy hair, white as snow, overtowers the compact bodily frame. A heavy beard of the same color would encircle the face if it was not for the fact that Ibsen keeps his chin shaven, a distinction also enjoyed by the upper lip. 1 wonder if Mr. Ibsen knows that by wearing his beard in the manner described he shows a very strong chin and a mouth of classic delineation. Irresistible is the charm of his eyes, which are of a deep blue, like the color of the sea on the shores of his beautiful native north land. Louisville Courier-Journa- ... ' .., .iar. ,4 J. i ! .o 1.. 1M ruiUkmu rt .1ft - 1. ,ii..f. o I i. a.iuul- at tbr 1U:' .1 r-- s i ' f. ORDINANCE. J I J and ata AN 1. - i. u...i.-- i lv 1ti UMr.Ur4 , - 1! i.J. 'u. V i l"--v 4- t'.rm .1: avniti:u Mm., t k. I . i ::.tj;tj., ( osn.Ti. t tail J ', et. i A. !:.. I i.i, i JJ . N- Hllt. 1 fJM. SufePUltut&tetXtoaUVl. I Lai W ouduaim let t tj ie l ORDINANCE AN , V li !: u L li a l.u luk B. .: U' jt.i im lirf- !.. - o.. rWM tart. flaw iua Mj, I taulrms-r..- . ! H. An; 'n..jr i N. a nli eaat. a ft aty I aiiua Huuv4 Estate.! Real in fW. aliri. vork cf paiacjt ti alu wr. CHEAP FTio. Trm am, a miim out. J abiut to ituba ri.e wort, CrowJ t fruu bow oa Wab-ur- t r.K mrw SJW and oratiuu an maid an J Lrmtii txuig. SI .6 h. FiMir anuMk caWk. toaaixv C3 of tirf prop which The knotkicf juuia. 1 arw fruw Uauf. Si tuiMa stuJj a r6ci off rL ways mJ iuu tie H.Vu.art WL U aurj. tit water u an fejual duMadbCM C2 arre. fc' arn a4j'iraurJetrMi-- l nulta beciOmt it VPpreartita tti fcliJ iuUrn-t-, OGDHN, blktjAlS. uf tasJc a ti) noble rointr acting jnrt aUp. tit vr arm. u ama, 1 ulat ttwTa. .v II Wlitn ol of tbe gwatt Hignrinje dV works of all time was cuffiJctrd Umj f jU. JDilj; to aiW. 1 Uuclut trvm t aiu I J M. O Paci&c of lh construction railruaj it fljM. muca b- - fraaw Ikhm ua 'b tie4, was regarded as a gTeat honor to driv the last stile tLat booiii the Ust rail to tL earth, and tbe cpika which served at for tb wurk was Irast tnad of ailver. start Emperors, kiii9 and prei with their own Lands tW mavLiiit-rof great industrial eihibiiioua. tLerusrhe of the itupot typical in a high ilt gr of tnanual labor. In a certain at-it would U mora fitting that these ceremonies, which concentrate into a single instant's act lung periods of hard labor, should be performed by one of the real workinuien who are engaged Dpon the enterprise. It is they who do the work, and they might well claim that the honor of the key ceremony btlongs to them. This was what was done, indeed, when, the first blow of the pick was struck in the construction of the buildings for the Worlds fair of 1893 at Chicago. Youth's Companion. f . rrai-i- jrtUlk fc.iJU. T . rj! Lan aiuJ aprua clam-ail- ibl. V fi. APPLICATION FOR PATENT. ,p p M Mens' and Boys' Clothing, Hats, Caps, Fiiriisliings. Boots, Sow, Elf., Just RecMTil at Tlie DII' .1 3(;; TWEN PY - Fouirni ST., Vhe--- e are sold at Chicago Prices. "FINE TAILORING A SI ECIALTY." all Goods of April, iu the year of otir Lord one. thousand eight bundled and ninct C. 11. MrCu KK, (Terli. By L. B. Bfst. Deputy Clerk, li. U..HENPI.KSUN, Attorney for plaintiffs. - iidu.ii- - I. ni- ilierimn a no id. I,- lim ol sti.s-- t railway Hack. thel. !lu fc.lilillolial tl.uk shall belaid tt.i Hull. 1 lur.l Th..t the Ogiicn City Sum 1' uluav cvinpanj . its siiccessoi. or Mssieia. shall haie tbe iil.l and privihve to ti uim.u all or any of ft.od fcticet mi acipuuvi by ir. cl.'tncity a a .live la iwer tilt U tl.nrul.t to .net mil nmm- trtin poii and over!. can MiTe i.v.-- i and through any ol fii'.l stuM't fur tl.e mrM.e t id rtu.uiiig and oirat 11. g it a line or bin of .tn-i-ihiIm ay . na li imiiis in Ik placed turner the Mtp ruMmi and cunt ml of Ogdi-1- tits. Fourih'i he grant heretofore made by said resolution of AuguM oh. lNs.i. and he additional rights no pure. I im, I, r and by viitiie of this ameiidmeut, shall la- aud ben-hait extciubsl and shall enst fur the iH'riuil of twenty years. 1 10111 1 in . ate of 1 tie passag, ol this ainen-iiueiir lit h I hat the ail lie aud forivoiug irraut is suhji-c- t to the following coin In mis : A - Unit the said llgdi-l1 ity Mrcc! Hallway company shall commence work in good faith wo l:iu sixt y d.ns In. the date of tbe oassnge of this ordinance, and shall prosecute such vrni li w it 11 reasoiialile ililtgetice. and shall have at .as M'Vell miles of street radua) 111 oierilt loll 111 Ogdeu 4 ity w ithi'lii-tricias a inul ie pi.v The on 01 before the lirst day of .lauu.ily, const ruction of all turns under this oidiiiHiice, of tin-- , city , shall If III a on any of the stli-el- s woi kuiatihlie luHiiui'i and subject t.i the ol the I ity Engineer. H- lhe Ogdeu 1 ny .street Railway company. na cars no r its sH..VBsoi or assigns, "loiil t lie cut ire leligt h i , its lines a I least t well e t inn each day, and hi on a taiiui. so to do, the Cits Couiu'd may notify said cuiupatty to iciiioyc lis ai'k or trie ks 1 out Htiy street or portion or street. Wheieou S.lld i' .lilpaii.V , Its assistiS, is not oiet.itiiig 11 s toad to ttte ertent siiIhIivisioii nieiitioue.l tiif'oie in l.eri and this within thirty days tioiii the issuance aiidseiiici upon said company . of said notdtration, said company, its micciis-.- irs or assigns, shall reiuoie said lairtion of its track or tracks, and shall t hereupon place t he si net in proper condition C- -T he Ogdeu 4 uy Street Kailway eoiupHiiy its successors or assigns, shall not charge 111 excisb of live cents fare for a continuous passage over t he st reef, railway, la'tween tbe hours of rj o clock a. m. and 12 o clock midnight. DTTie said 4.giieu (ity JstiiH't Uailway company, its successors or assigns, shall construct cut verts in such manner and at such mints along its line or lines as the 'ity C'otntcil or other prnier ollicers of ngden City shall from time to time reipiire and designate. K- - Ehit raii-- i only shall lie used on paved . 's I' - l ie ( gib u City Street Railway company, . " os it the com-li- i assigns, shall ' in. the cotistriiction of any new Ilium ' his i t '11. a lile Jer o' ' grant, map and prow ith theCity Engineer of Ogden fit . i.ii curvatures in nny such track shall I'ity. be subjiH the approval f said City Engineer. (i li the accept ance. if thisgi.tnt. thegraiit' o herein named, its successor or assigns, agree to and do hereby waive all damages that may accrue to it by reason of a.'iy interference with it line of railway, or the operation t hereof, occamade in the sioned by public improvements streets of said city by said city, or by contractors for it, when said contractors are acting under the direction of said city or its otlicers, having charge of the department under wln.se supervision said work is carried on. Said iul-li- c improvements being carried on and prosecuted to completion with reiiMinable diligence. II Within fifteen clays after tho passage of t his ordinance, and Iwloie the same shall take effect, the said Ogden City Street Railway com pauy shall, by its attorney, lile a written acceptance thereof with the Recorder of Ogden City. This ordinance shall not he construed tolie the granting of a new franchise, but shall lie considered as an amendment to and continuation of a resolution passed by Ogden City, on tlie ith day of August, lss;. in favor of Ogden 4'itv Railway company. Passed April lf.lt, Md. W'M. II. Ti liVKit, Mayor. T. P. Rrva, Attesi ; Ska 1.. Cit v Recorder. 1, T. P. Hiyan, I! rder of Ogden City, do hereby eerl ify t bal the foreiroing is a full, true and col leet copy of an ordinance amending a resolution passed by the City Council of Ogden City on Hie ith day of August, A. D. iss:t. entitled "Resolution." Passed City Council of Oi'.len citv, April lath. fiutliei ceitity that the Ogden City Street Railway ( tuupany , by its at lorney. L. K. Rhodes, del on the .'"I li day of April. lYd. tile w ith me its yvntteii iicc.'ptauce of the foregoing ordinance. In test inioiiv w hereof I have hereunto set ray hand affixed the corporate seal of Ogden Cily, this lh dav of April, A. It. lull. T. P. Rryan, Seal.) City Recorder. Wyoming Pacific Iiiipiute- iiu nt i oMipHuy acoriair ttoli, K lelulaiit Tlie ople of tbe Territory ol I tali iu' nd tireet- - in W lonui.a' Pai die Improvement Conn.am inn. Defendant : t rot aira( bereb iuu air reiptiied t v i earin all action br..e. nt again you bj the W named plaiu-ti1 irM Jliiiiral in the District Court of t District of the 1 erritoit of I t ih mid to answer tl . the couiplulut IHed therein. Wtlrtill teud.1!.- - ii a- ctusive of the day nf service I alter the sernce on you ol this aiimmoiib -- if seive.1 witliin this county : or, if served out of this county, but in this District, w n hin twenty days; otberwire aithiu forty daya air jmlgmeut by default w ill lie taken agauiat you. according to the i.raier of aid complaint. J he said action ta brought to obtain tbe judg ment of this court against the defendant for lhe sum of Sjei.2i Witll legal interest. lhe cm-i- s of this act ion. which plaintitf alliea to Im lue linn umhi t Ii r- - Heieral stateil accounts. one ach you and 4'. k. Bannister. W il luiui V. Ilelfnch. All of which have assitfiied in the planum. Eor further and fuller parlu ulara reference is hereby made to the complaint on tile herein. And you are hereby uetitied that if you fail to apiieuf and answer the raid complaint as atxive will take judgment leipiiied, the said plaintiff fc'.lmi. 211 and internet against you lor the euui of and Costs of atllt. W itlu-sn- , tbe Hon Joini'S A. Miner, Judge, and tfietu-a- ol tlie District I unit of the r'lt st Judicial District, in aud for the Territory of L tab, SEAL this 2.'ith day of Apnl. in the year ol our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ninety one, C. H. Mi Via E. Clerk. By L, B. Best, Deputy Clerk. llih-W. and Ogden 1. Love, Attorneys for Plaintitf. MARSHAL'S SALE. Under and by virtue of an execution issueil out of the District Court of the First Judicial District of the Territory of Utah, dated the 22d day of Octolier, lsWO, in a certain action wherein the Union National Bank of Chicago, An j.luin-tit- f, recovered judgment against W. R. Swan A Company ilefi ndanta, for tbe sum of four thousand seven hundred and niuetv-eigh- t and twenty-se- dollars, and ven costs taxed at forty-tw- o aud fifty one hundredth dollars, I have levied upou the following described to-: it proimrty, Lot 142 in block 1, lot 10 in block IS, lot 2:1.24, 2H Stand Win block 20. lots I. 2. and 4 iu 14. 15, Hi 17 and IS iu block 21. lots 11, 12. block :U. lots 1. 2. 3 and 4 in block 42. lot I in block M. lots 1, i. A, 4. S, ti, 7.14,1), 10, 11, 12, 1:1, 14, la. Iti. 17, IS, ID aud 2(1 in block 20 lots I, 2, :i. 4, .1, II. IV 1, li, IS, 19, 20, 21, 22, :tt, ;u. :i, II, lota 42 and 43 in block and 12 in block fd, all in University Place addition to Ogden City, m the County of Weber and Territory of Utah said property standing on the records of Weber county, in the name of Will K. Swan, Notice is hereby given that on Tuesday, the 2d lay of December, 14)0, at 12 o'clock noon i that day, in front of the County Court House in the City of Ogden, County of Weber and Territory of Utah, 1 will, in obedience to said execution, sell all the right, title, interest and claim of the above named defendants of, in and to the atxive described property, or so much tJiereof an be necessary to satisfy plaintiff s judgment, with interest thereon and rostK. to the highest and best bidder for cash, lawful money of the United Statts of America. ELI AS H. PARSONS, . U.S. Marshal. By H. A. iWmav, Deputy V. S. Marshal. 10. l.ssttl. Novcmlior Ogden, Utah, The alsive sale is Hi.stioued until Saturday Decemlier lut h, Isao, at 12 o'clock in. ' E. II. Parson, I'. S. Marshal. . By II. A. How man. Deputy V. S. Marshal. Ogden. Utah, Decemlier 2, 1WU, Above sale is imstponed until Monday, Marcn li. 7, S, y, IU, 11, 12, i:t, 24, 2fi, 27, 2s, 29, 40 in block :is, 41, lots 5, ti. 7, M, V, 111, 11 il, a, :), :cind 15)1, at 12 o'clock E. II. Paksonm, I'. S. Maishal. By H. A. Bowman, Deputy U. S. Marshal. 1:1, December 11)0. Ogden. Utah, The alxive sale is postponed until Monday, June 1, IM'I, at 12 o'clock in. U. S. Marshal. . E. II. Pauson By II. A. BowyiAN, Deputy U. S. Marshal. Ogden. Utah, March 2. 2, in. LEGAL NOTICE: In the Probate Court of the County of Welter, Territory of Utah, In the matter of the estate of Amos P. Stone, deceased. Notice is hereby given that Amos 1. Stone, the SUMMONS. of Amos P. Stone administrator of deceased, has rendered ami presented for settle In the District Court of the first Judicial Disa tiual report and liled iu court and this ineiit I trict of tali Territory. Weber County. account of his administration of the estate f Wait-- r P. Michael Buck-millea and faid deceased, petition setting forth that Dyiyer and lement L. Dar- the said estate is in a proper condition to be I Alias Summons I''1"""";. closed ; that a portion of the residue of said estate remains to be distributed to the iii.-- it Frank E. I)e Witt ami Joseph law of said deceased, and praying fur i !'n d j Metzlor, Defenilatits, The .eople of the Territory of (.'tab send distribution of said estate and that Mon ay, eleventh day of May, l.spl, at twi oVoek 4.. K. Do to Frank and Wilt greeting Joseph the 111. of said day, at the court room of said court Metzlor, Defendants : the at accounty court house in Ogden City, said Vu ale hereby reijuirisl to ui'pear in an 4 tion broiii-'h- t ounty ef Weber, has been fixed by tbe judge of against you by the alsivi-iiam- ed Silid for tlie settlement, of the. said accourt plaintitVs iu tbe District Court of t he First Judicial District of the Territory of I tali nud to count and for hearing said iietition for distrianswer the complaint liled therein, within ten bution of said estate, at w hich time and "place days iexclusive of the day of ser vice! after the any person interested may show cause why said service on you of thissuninions if served w ithin account should not Ixt aiiroved, allowed and thi county ; or if served out of this county, hut settled, and a distribution made of the residue in this district, within twenty days; otherwise of said estate to the heirs at law of said dewithin forty days or judgment- !y default vill ceased, as prayed for in said petition, according to law. lie taken against you, according to the prayer Dated April lSth, 1S01. of said complaint. J. P. LEDWIDGF'. Clerk. Tin' said action is lirotiirht to obtain the judgment of this court that a certain Ixmd made by one John A. Sti'iilieus and delizered to the deNOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. fendant, Frank E. De Witt, lie decreed to lx' null anil void and of no effect, for which referNo. 910. ence is hereby made to the comiihiint herein, Land Office at Salt Lake City. Utah, and that said Frank K. De Witt rnd Joseph j April 21, lsyi. and adjudged Meulnr. defendants, lx1 dii-roeNotice is hereby given that the folloyving-name- d to make a cancelation t henif iixm the records tiled notice of his iutention to has settler of Welier county , Utah, and to snrrenderthe make final proof in supjxtrt of his claim, and said bond to the plaintiffs and that they do that said prtxif will be made befurethe Register have anil recover ol said defendants their costs and Receiver at Salt Lake Cily. Utah, on June iu this action. 4, 191, viz: F'or further and fuller particulats reference is W. (iihsou, H. K. No. "fiSS, for the eH of John hereby made to the coniiilaiut on tile herein. U of IWV4 and aec 30, tp 7, Aud yon aie hereby notified that if yon fail to n r 1, e. the sntd complaint as above appear ami an.-w- er witnesses He to prove his the names following reunited, tin- s;ud plaintiffs will apply to the continuous residence ii.on, and cultivation of. court lor the relief demanded therein. : viz said laud, WllNI'ss. the Hun. .Tallies A. (ieorge W. Rose, Henj. F. Blaylock, F'lijali .Miner. J udge, and the seal of More Rose, ail of North Ogden, Shaw". the District Court of rlie First Weber Jr., county, i'tah. .Judicial Disti ict. iu and fur the sK.yi.. Frank D. Hoiihs, Register. Territory of Utah, this 1st day T. ('. Bailey, Attorney. of May. in the year of our Lord one thousand eight bun-die- d hi. and H L, H. hiuitu.1. .V nini'tv-one- . II. MiCLl RE. Clerk. Deputy Clerk. Ai.iison. Altoiueys for Plaintiffs, Copies of O'ilon "City Ordinances, in book form, comilete to iliite for Bale at Tut: Com.mekci.u. office. Price 50 cents.