|Paper||Ogden Daily Commercial|
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|Paper||Ogden Daily Commercial|
OUDEN DAILY COMMERCIAL: Who WOMAN A WaatU a a 1 LOVES ITSDAY, JUKE 16. 1891. IUI FRUiT. Htmn She tea Mmt ta ll aw ttve kin. ' "XfW Tint Liial:i ttai-Li- i j ariy, troit rtiv, j ujj,,' Vi4 "a orciaa tit oiuct Jay, -- a,J 1 ksur A mo f city brtw ovh 6ar fruit caa at uoa txfttcT, anyway, uf Us prvjruro-aiiuus rry Lk.k U Ui.Uib. ia Uic 12 fkrva. aa4 at aU araauti ym. TVcae 0(a air fni:t kiauda dt au ui 1 aiu aura, DtUM trad ia the jyrt-git- . kw m.u m du, uJ jiaying to fm.t tuorw tLey auw ktr-who Uuu pcojia ivgular fnal atuM and pay irojjr!iaiiU rruta. men. Leu La tuiuVs ( "Sock a limit, LU Ur.iliiBTd'1 hill, tuot of Ira ruvy the poor eiaa wtj tviu jm4 aa gu4 fruit aciuM th way ouirr tb cover of an awainaTor an ttuibrtflU. and U aUe to It Wiv ir Ogden, June 23, 24 and d w-- e 95 tynee PURSES, $3,000. becaa tua "I Lava offirti rt cl-i.- uu LU cotutuoditiaa, art to amaU. tboo-u- t, Lowrrer, that nerchaxta who kerp (rait store inl4'ht 41 largely to tLeir rvvrnuea if they would proriJs tMr and acaU whrrt their euatoim-r- coolj ait anJ devour the frasb fruit ben tiny boy it. Man) peopU are altracuj Ly th aight of pur-pl) a FIRST Race No. 1 2:23 Class. Purse $400. Race No. 2 Pacing 2:18, Purse S400. Running Five Eighths of a Mile, Purse 200. Race No. 3 SKCOisD DAY. Race No. 1 Trotting 2:45. Purse $300. Race No. 3 Running Race No, 2 Pacing 2:22, Purse $300. Heats. Purse $200. Half-mil- e THIRD DAY. Race No. 1 Trotting, Free for all, $500. Race No 3 rocy chreked peacLtw or mellow pean aa they visa by the win Jowt where the fmiu are displayed, who lung to aink Uuttr teeth in the ltuciuna thiutra, and yet do nut like to do so in the ttreet and cannot be bothered carrying toe fruit home. Moreover, they do not feel lik buying enough to maka it worth wbila andin it home, ao they mm on and forget it ""ow, if they knew that inside the tore there were a table and a chair or two that they were welcome to use, with perhapa trifling extra charge for table, napkin and finder bowl, I am tare women especially, who are out shopping and who like tweet tliina and fruits, would often and often drop into auch stores and buy a pea h or two, or bananas or orangea, etc., and eat them on the spot. "If one goes into a rubtaurant and orders fruit, one a big price for it, too iys one, could buy luscious big; but if 1, rips fruit at all seasons of the year in this way at the ordinary rates, I would be only too glad to eat it on the spot, standing up at a plain, unvarnished luncheon counter if need be." New York Tribune, gTI, DAY-TROTTI- NG. Race No. 2 olds, Utah horses, $300. Running. One mile dash, Open to all. Purse $200, ar Special Trotting 2:28 Class. Purse $300. Special Trotting and Pacing named race $200. Special Pacing, 2:30 Class. Purse $300. fr A Pickle That Was Not Eaten. Track One Mile West ol Town. Mile and Mile Track One-H- all Trains from Union Depot every ten minutes. Entries from Colorado, Montana, Wyoming, daho and Utah. n DESERT LAND, FINAL PROOFNOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. - N0.9M. VahM Statw Land Office, t Bait Lake City. Utah, May itr.t, INSll. ( Notice in lnr4 irmn tiiat JoMnth Manning. of HooiMr, Wotxtr county. Utah, has tiifld no tice or intention Ut malu untof on ma uesort-iant- l claim No. ialSl. for the northweat aiiarttv of annthwet quarter of auction twenty, in township live north of rantre two weet, before retrit4r nnl receiver of United Statu, land office at Salt Lake City. Utah, on Monday, tua 6th day of July, lie name the following witneace t prove the complete .irriirat ion and reclamation of laid tana : John Frew. Jnwnh H. Bevina. William Gar ner and Kred King, all of Hooper. Wobor FRANK I). HOURS, county. Utah. lt liiia Knrtter. NOTICE OF FORFEITURE. Oodkr Cm. Weber Co., March 1, 1891. Yoa are herebv notified To Oliver B. Adanw. that I have expended (KIOU) three hundred dollars, in labor and itnprovementa upon the ' Superior" Lodeaituated in the Willard Mining District, Box Elder County, Utah, as will ap pear hy certificate filed in the office of the The Stove which is always ready for recorder of aaid district, in order to hold said under the provisions of section 2&4, action! gremises evised Statutes of the United Stataa, being The Stove which is safest and most im- the amount required to hold the aame for the years ending Dec illst, 1WH, m. 1590. And if proved! ninety days after this notice by publicaThe Store which is so easily worked and within tion yoa fail or refuse to contribute your proso simple! portion of such expenditure as a yonr The Stove on which a meal iaquickly interest in said claim will become the property of the subscriber under aaid section 8324, cookedl FasD. A. Shibll. Is Called gasoline stoves. The Stove which lights same as you do your gas! The Stove which is the best one for the People! The Stove which is the wonder of the age. The Stove which emits no smell, no smoke, no soot! "QUICK MEAL.', Here is a short description of the Stove: size for the cook. It is artistically feet high, which is of convenient It is ornamented and japanned. Castors under all feet. The high Bhelf is very conto We call extra attention the tank, which is made not venient to set dishes on. only very strong, but can also be lifted off the shelf in a second, and this is an immense advantage over the tanks on other stoves. Now to the Valves which supply the gas to the Burners. Here the "Quick Meal" has a decided advantage over all other stoves. The use of our Patent Lever Valve does not only excel on account of its simplicity, but same is also an absolute safeguard against possible accidents, because the Burners cannot be opened further than necessary. All other stoves are operated with a common Screw Valve, and an accident, to our knowledge, occurred last year in the following manner:DA party near Belleville, Illinois, had a gasoline stove of some other make. The flame did not burn right, and the lady supposing the burner was not sufficiently opened, unscrewed the valve entirely. Instantaneously a stream of gasoline squirted out, which caught fire and destroyed the kitchen. ""There is no possibility that an accident of that kind can occur with the "Qcick Mkai." 7 If you want to know all the good points of the stove, come in and see it in operation. NOT ICE FOR PUBLICATION. 1513 ". MILES, STREVELL BOYLE BLOCK, : : & ULMER OGDEN, UTAH. - Ho. 918. Land Office at Salt Lake City. Utah, Mav 29, 1X91. J Notice is herebv ffiven that the followinir- named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that aaid proof will be made before the County Clerk of Morgan county, Utah, at Morgan City, u, i?yi, vie: utan, on William (). Ogden. H. E. 8297. for the boV sw4 sH ao!, ne4 seH section 32, township 5, north range 2, east. He names the following witnessos to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of saia iana, viz : John ureen. William li. cmrt, Silas 11. Card, Kilbourn Hall, all of Enterprise, morgan county, utan. Fbank D. Hobbk, Register. W. S. Darke.Attorney for Plaintiff. ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE. In the Probate Court of the county of Weber Territory of Utah. In the matter of the estate and guardianship of Hoomes K. Freeman and Legh M. Freeman, minore. ' 'My most embarrassing experience," repeated the young lady thoughtfully. "Well, aa nearly aa I can remember, it was connected with a pickle. I was a guest at a dinner in Washington. It was not a very formal affair merely formal enough for the gentlemen present to weiiuiuadiwig dress. There was a dish of TST!fTy pickles near me, audi took one a baby cucumber. It was about big enough for two bites, and 1 tried to cnt it with my fork, when suddenly it launched itself like a skyrocket across the table and struck the immaculate shirt bosom of a very particular swell opposite, fairly in the middle. "I don't quite know how it could have happened so fortunately, but cenvermt-tiohad been going on so briskly that no one save the man who had taken me into dinner saw who was the author of the accident. 1 never blush, a fact, 1 trust, not to be set down seriously to my discredit and I managed to so skillfully dissemble otherwise that nobody, with the exception I have mentioned, suspected me at alL "None of the other guests were so as to take visible notice ot the occurrence, and the talk went on almost uninterrupted, while my victim administered surreptitious wipes to his manly chest in a hojieless attempt to remove the stains of pickle. To this day 1 am unsuspected as the author of the mischief," Washington Star. ill-br- WycllflVa Bible. The first complete translation of the Bible into the English tongue was effected by John Wycliffe about 1380. This was the Lollards' Bible, and a large number of manuscript copies must have been written and circulated, for 170 copies are still in existence. There were also many transcripts of certain books, as well as of the whole Bible. Wycliffe could not go to the original texts, so be translated from the Vulgate, or accepted Latin version. It was not a perfect performance; but the reformer was prevented by death from revising it, as he doubtless intended to da revision, therefore, was under- tall abaPurvev. and completed i Z5fcythat the whole of Wj'c'flllT'ijiLle was not printed as ono book until 1850, when it was published h nnder the editorial care of the Rev. Forshall and Sir Frederic Madden. Chambers' Journal. A Ma "Sirt'eitT-ivci'tiurtrtttuufceJO S." rt B 7 1H4T1I la.BXMlL SEWER ALE. . abJ Halyard. Jr.. "Mr. Uar-rj- k HauLm. l4UMiid res U Uiii wLxit t 1 Le 11 e i.J ii-- t ft a k uf 'jrtrlry on tbe Lre tf ttr Burhiiftou rail- j E- M-- r. J'.u 1 u aetty f'.ti mn4, :! Im set Mjujda way, Cijioao au4 LUveraJe. I p'--t iti tl jf .t at inthat I. j l.h, aud aw to iiy th pr .jrrty u Luuiii to tt t j fmdtiw f 1 crease ia value, arjj to made cp an ah at alii tiutt. Uiiuil to offer Mr. llirrua v.w aa n W. V. r-- 1 n-- f .U:iird ia a dssrvputabW LAm,r. ruly. brirriLueduld tUsve. Wi ll, t luaJe my iUct aud be r'nuujy aaid be watted f .''.. 1 kjw that he meant what L fcaid, and the cou veoa-tiosoon drifted to other topk. Presently I remarked the ancietit and hardly creditable ap;raTiUice of th ttove. " 'Yea, Carter,' aaid be. It U pretty Um'fK but it boll tha coal, auj that's all tii at 'a LecvoiMiry.' "'You ought to be ashamed of yourI ll tell you what I'll self.' 1 returned. da 111 jubt go out and buy yoa a stove aa a preaeat.' " 'You will? he eagerly aAed. Hnn-ee- t' "Well, then, if you'll do that, I'll tell yon what HI do. I ll let Juu Lave thoMt eighty ut "So 1 Went out and bought a Move iuiJ had it put up iu Carter' oflit-eThe whole thing me fU.25. Aa soon as the fire was burning brightly in it 1 demanded the deed to the land, jtnJ the money and walked out of the ufJiw the absolute owner of those eighty acre. "Within a twelvemonth 1 was offered ftOO an acre for tin) laud and refused it The next time 1 taw Carter after this offer had been made 1 tol l him about it " 'You don't say f be exclaimed. Come down to my office.' "We went Carter took down his books and in my presence made the antry: " 'To one oftice stove 16,000.' "And he carried it right through his books too. Afterward I sold the Laud for Chicago Post n . ot Glrl'a Itrruiua; Tabic. A girl's dressing table ia the prido of her room. She may have pretty pictures, a collection of photograph of her best fellows far exceeding in number that of her envious girl friend; she may have a gum board of real rosewood, five, dozen sachet bags and a nightgown case of real Japanese silk; yet with all these glories to outshiue it, the dressing table is the prido and the piece da resistance, so to speak, of the room. The sweetest dressing table is all of glass and is provided with two shelves, au upjier shelf and a lower shelf. These are of beveled glass and are held iu place by beautiful gold legs. Another kind of a dressing table, less expensive, has simply a beveled glass cover ou top, and is just a plain " table elsewhere. Ou top of the table go the silver manicuring implements, the celluloid brush and comb and the ivory backed glasses and brushes. Besides this there must be the dozens of little fancy boxes, powder and puffs and bottle of cologne and per'umery. To make these bottles more ornamental manufacturers have supplied cut glass pitchers aud odd shaped things tilled with perfumery of all colors. One can thus, if she be a dainty miss, as to the appointments of her room, have her perfumery to match the general color of the boudoir. New York A World. luiu-ber- iuisl ll, n iireat Kidurcieu in Prices. Oa ini; to the drop iu real and the bard tiniea, T. t'litiderlum, of lu l". to the Ilruniu Hotel, liati tb pru-e- of Uiurd to 'J" rents a meal, and l..1l to C2 r Jay f.ir board and rooms. Come and see. u Agricultural College of l lah. Tins ia a territorial utilltyo supt.Tte,l by territorial and natumal graiita. It baa two abort coursea 111 iirirulture;and seara mil in complete course of agriculture, donietia arts (woman's oourseiiiiecliunnul ngtiieering and civil A two )ear' course in engineering. business, a abort eourw in ox. king and (Hitit graduate course in irrigation and mining engineering and a preparatory course. Its teachers ere specialists and their work thorough. Ita equipment of farm and blio, of cooking, cutting and sewing rooms, of museum, library and laboratories are modern. lis students for last year, its first year mini l.t aud will be fur more for fir 1WU-2- Tuition practically free. For catalogue address the undersigned at Logan, Utah. J. V. Sanimim.h, l'reeideut. Who has not had , s Poor Hose?. roe Id b bm'iirM trn W l. 1 Ik- yan are. waa ruir- ohmIn ttten 11. Ilia old bv AValtri ronulnt little nr no par rutttirr. Our 111.1) K IUIAM) IIOSK ll tilt M fto,ml iifl. - tr w "V- Laud la Bade uf raUVr, Witb r-- l !'" nunrI nv or ma years. II ll cwap HI prir. antw that yu are rtlMff what rmi pay fiir, and arc we liitrh euur a Una iiia a aruck, ylaoa prim tuf Eay on every kuiUi: lit - If yon cannot t II of your dealer, wi will (end It, einreai paid, on receipt uf uiuney. Sample fret iffou mention thit piper. BOSTON WOVEN HOSE C0H Mtnf rt. of Rubber Belting and Packing, 226 Devonthlre Street, Boiton 205 Lake St, CKIukoi 8 Buth St, San Frencltco, Ca'. " . HULLER BIRDSELL MFC. CO. such iniprovemnnta by local asBessmentK. The City Council of (Vdon City, situate in Vebir County, I'tah Territory, gives mtice that it int ui to makt the following descriUni : Construct sewers iniirTenient through the following derilwl 8trots: On and aluiitf Twenty-fourt- h street, frtni Wahintfton to Quincy avenue. Oti and aloni; Twenty-fiftstreet from to Qmncy avenue. On and rIodk Vilnius avenue from Twenty-fourt- h street. to Twenty-tiftOn ami nlontr JelTerson avenue from Twenty-fourt- h to Twenty-fiftstreet. On and alouK Mudison avenue from Twenty-fourt- h to Twenty-tift- h street, On and alonw Moinoo aveirtte from Twontv-fourt- h to Twenty-lift- h street. On and aloi.K putney avenue from Twenty-fourt- h to Twenty-tift- h strwt. The estimated cost of such imiirovement is s For tiie payment of of the $26,iy4.t)0. costs ami expenses thereof the City Council in t tends levy jocul taxif" uMn tiie real estate ly in if and teinr within said seweraeo ditrict t the extent of benefit to such proiM;rty by reusu such improvements. TheCity t'onncil will on July 1st, 1S.U, at 10 o clock a. m. hear objections of any and ah ier. sons i uteres tfnl in said local assessments. The .Miumlaries of thedistrict to be effect! and lei.e.Uted are lines running l.'iO feet back Li net and parallel with of earh of the streets mentioned on each ami every block and lof the lull length tuereof thereon. T. P. 11KV AN, City Recorder. Jine 12. 1S91, ASSESSMENT NOTICE. Vfah Vowder Company. Location or principal place of business, San Francisco, California. Location f works, WelxT county. Utah . Notice is hereby iven that at a meeting of the lxaid of directtn--s held on the lith day of June, K5U, an assessment (No. 6) of Fifty (5tn cents per share was levied ujMm the caital stock of the corvoration. payable immediately iu Cnited States k'old coin, to the secretary, at the office of the mpauy. ;iJ MontKoinery street, nMim V., San Francisco California. Any stiHk uon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the 17th day of July, PiH. wiI Iu? sale at public ileliqueiit and aiiverttsed auction, aud unless payment is made lief ore, will ie sold on Friday, .lie 7th day of August, to pay t he delinquent assessment, together with costs of alveriiiu, and expanses of sale, Uy order of the Ijoard of directors. A. Ctife'M n ant. Secretary. Olllre ti Montgomery street. nxm Francisco, Californifl.31 fr Very . Father A list of yonr tlehtg would make very interesting reading. Sou Possibly. Bat a little heavy. fancy. Muusey'a Weekly. 1 Hi.. laMaCaT. : ft. iratt V tit l mt tMrtlAt, ai ti tiMiCaC c fi.. mi .iit aHM4 auitfli( ( jgju, UM iJZ w MBwniit W4. ft. aC from l' vU. frrton UintL tut 4, pit A. r Utility ti.rartl twurf &u, fU. MMU14. ISt, eat i.ft 4 of JauM-A- U burrup. ti6 U h it .,u Uack U Ui. , ju4 tiw MMiiiitMj.t i.h. rortaer I'ltuxlaic. ft ii ink oT'- 4 Ul . It fcvUt 4. rtil W. Vrcrv 4, ftttutt. Llt A. - 4 initiiMa-iat Ak 4. A. ru iil w Ut 4 tvitiJaiLj. iy ri t UlftttkWlAviM ltei llllMlie. pice t cfber f Ixt X lik 4, utmt A. ruuuttf itfiuv rt W9 ft.. tMrii. HI ,. p WtJ wuUi 4 laull.i.ri, ft. Mtu!.. 4. rr Muth .y Jmuew frm put i th 4tri,ueiMit,4t a pittut 1Q m tMiil.rttt Cart.r of k4 I, hlk tlwnee wtwt IIP ft., w place v4 Orminttf. lyv, tturtii A. rnatiiW H4'utnmearan 4t Uw lut , Mk A, naa-ni- ii ft .aM tf, flMauth IJE, wwt t, t.. pi4 tilling. Alw ciuitiMtcuMC at ttw uthAt etrDr ol lot h, hlk 1. 4 arrx plat A, rutin u tlitmc aurtb I C fei.utii iv: UG. U K't ft-- . piao U i. (rMftiwU. outhwtt HMirjre CMtrtwv of I S? p.t ihetto Bufili tf tv ai betfiniUUM'. $1 ei 4'). 41. H, lttthrine ,'nmwnciiiirat tM.int (tmiii ft fruiu tit authwwt crur i4 Ut 1. bik -- 44i im 47, plat A, (MiutU Hiai.71. tc, rumjuyr tb-u- - ft., wwt uortlti t M tu place of btwuttiuia'. .'t, E Canimeneiiiff Otiiver, ft. at point J f nin tbe oiiiliet aorner vi U 1 hlk 4:. tit wt Xift, north Iw, aaat ninmiur tlttiee Ikrto plttre of Ihwuiuio'. tKLii. (Juiver, Jairn Common hi t a rwaot 102 S ft. wmt from the imllHat c truer of lot A, blk 47, Pint A. ruiittiiiir th.'iiee wet M.71 ft.. tHrtli I'm. at iJ.Ti. Miutb ive ui place of tafiuutita- '.A. IIiMiir, llrt. K R Commptif inir at theaoutb-wx- t (Niruerof kit 4, bik tf.plat A. rutin. n llieoea uonh kouth wewt lt& to ft., eaut 1H. piaceof tMvuiainfc. Also eonttnt-nrinj- r at the otithwrnt earner of lot i, blk north 1.&W3 plt A, runiiimc Ibtica Xt, Muth 16.5, ft., eaM If, Muth MUX t 13, to placet if beKOiiiiutf, $i'd.i5. M H A and TyrreM CommeiicitMr lUrrin, at tb iiorthet corner of ht ft. blk M, plat A, run-ntit- if theuc4 iwHith t& ft. eait I'.U. north i, waat l.li Ut place of beicinuiiitf. llaMinirB. Jaua A -- All of lot a, blk 37,t4at A. plat A. ;U Mutb Alfm all of the went half of lot 1!I..5. A. 4, hlk 34, plat T Comrtuncinir at a point Hi. 5 ft, iMMith from the imrtlieaat comer of lot 10, hlk M, plat A, rmmiiur thence mmlh 4.4 ft., eaot be. n.tb V.b, tlUUi place of btm-oiiii- r. Johnson, Jofteplt 7..'A Millis, J W (Vmniencitur at the aonthwMt corner of hit 4, blk , plat A, mnniiur thenea north weat tftl tu ft., east titi, south 26 tin. one-thir- d I.lk.-ly- 4f 9Uio at the uthat Tarry. corner of lot I in hlk , plat A, m 1111111 thence wift I'd ft., north y. eat liSJ, mhiUi tV to place of iMHiinuimt. Aim rominencinff at a jmint 113 ft. wet from the southeast otrner of lot 1 in block plat A, ft., north 11, eat 47Jk, running thence wet iMiiith eitai lt aouth 3i to place of UOKin one-ha- lf Lire. U.m m iU, 1. pUce of beKinniuK' one-hal- ' aai tAXaa f. Rl I1I1EB ALFALFA Scotch?" No; it's because you Are Enu'lith." v4rt IJU braua.itMf. P fit- wl tek. lUaai MM.k Atit. . wt I.l.a OOOI n 1 dctaaaator kjl J L ts iMTtb cli. BIRDSELL men-of-w- iCIkH ,deM-ra1jr- AracnlouB Acltl. It-i- s ty Aaai, 114 kmri fat! i--. 4 tiav Ml i l rW arr: ; 4a.4J m ji j Nutli of Sale. The fo'loauij; r'prly,, I.J.U xel luofe or taeK, lei p,i.e -from KiUttre, Tevis, July !tb, WaJouosifcTtMjd J.8, Ma.ttiel i.l Jeu', 1'lali, reuiaiiiiiiif uodelikered ul on at 2 oVU k p. tu. Friday, July U. WeaU-rat lao (irande fre'ht Lmw be sold at public auction to ite Inchest bidder. Terto of aal Dated at J. 11 K11 U;den June 10, lTl'l. Aeetit R. U. V. Ry. IrW. iiilf f?T iOk) . tlm tftllael JftN. i" U fct 1 fctii ajft M 4 t tie imi 4 a m iiwttrk 4 m4 4 f Lii. tcwJ JV4C J Ik I MMMMtlUf l ijj.ia.if laumi jiiwir arlmA U. t l) lir tuci ' street. IS; W is t.atU) t t The medical doso of arsenious acid is of a grain given in about pill form after meals. This dose is increased under the directions of physicians, but it is a thing with which the laity should not tamper. The lethal or deadly doseia generally, placed at about f one and grains for an adult. It has been placed at ubout ono and to two aud grains. The effects of arsenical solutions, such as Fowler's,- - are more rapid and severe than those of the solid drug. , Fowler's solution is a "preparation much used. Women take it because it gives a plump appearance and beautifies the complexion. ThniMheM, llulU mid (lenni ALFALFA given in medicine SMed. and (kit vera It in tbe buck as au alternative and is much used in ready fur market. Fowler's solution conskin diseases. ALL THE SEED OUT It gets to of acid nrseuious the tains four grains of the Straw, and SAVES IT. , ounce. It is nearly colorless, with a and ts the only Machine on earth that doett. faint taste of the compound spirit of Head for full and price to lavender which is in it. The average dose in beginning is five drons in a wine- SOUTH BEND. IND. glassful of water after meals. The ounce! of solution contains about eight NOTICE OF INTENTION and according to this the noil of Ojrdon City ot crtat in contains about half a grain of a Of the Cityfor('onsowprawo and of constructing (lilrirt arsenious acid. Kansas City Star. sewf rs tlicrein ami to defray t ho pxiH'iitos oi hes .aJ S'Ut tt- - j rmrh 4 fc i A Kan ran buy an overfchirt t IkeV Kaittit l'a.-Urfor j tUi 3Ji '1 aerlv 1. fib :ut rxa k ta h ia'iiiCt ka. i 11$. 11 J.! Mlii tM'Jb . Hiuth h. VUirVaa'wa. vf-- d Jub u G.Jk t Uw 4 mi.t i LX Wttj l! t NOTICE. m i . ki&M.at i-- Vk-k- TAX irtwfct fiW. ru-- to v i 1 - , for it him in Lit it..j br-- Jc a t a rickety i!4 dUapiiUtrd kei and ariuiL.3 biuitrlf M jtv the tire VUo a Jr-iry- Jo-sia- Hr V"li.U,F. vwurd tVtity Silk Raisins in France. During the first half of the present oentury silk raising in France was quite prosperous. In 1808 the production was 500,000 kilogs. It then increased steadily until 1819, when it was about 2,000,000 Protections for Gunners. kilogs. In 1854 mulberry trees legan to Experiments are being made by the be attacked by a ravaging disease, which navy department with a new system of destroyed many plantations, and was protection for gunners in exposed places merely the first of many reverses which on during action. From a have harassed and discouraged French Pennsylvania factory has been procured silk growers. Since then the production a peculiar description of wire webbing has been subject to great fluctuations. made of interlocking steel spirals which In 1876 the low water mark for the centis remarkably flexible and strong. It ury Was reached, with an output of but bears some resemblancs to old fashioned 135,000 kilogs. During the hist ten years chain armor, and it is proposed to use the annual production has been from curtains of this material to protect gun600,000 to 800,000 kilogs. Cor. Dry ners behind shields from fragments of Goods Economist. exploding shells. The resisting quality When Mosea Day Walked. of the netting is believed to bo equal to Moses Day, of Doston, began life, as a a solid plate of steel an inch thick. Expoor boy. When a young man he walked change, from Boston to Baltimore in search of OrloflT Diamond. The Great work. Finding, none he walked back The great Orloff diamond which surlie finally obtained employment mounts the Russian imperial scepter is again. which by diligence. iiml the first in size and the third in value inaropewalk, ho transformed into inventive in the world. It once formed the eye of one of the ability largest cordage factories in the idol in a temple near Seriugham, the country. New York World. India, and was stolen by a French It weighs 185 karats, and is An Amt'i'lcMii Tliory, valued at $2,399,410 in United States curMI hate to toll Sinothrs a joke; he alrency. St. Louis Republic. ways wants it explained is it btrause Legh R. Freeman, the guardian of the persons and estates of Hooraes R, Freeman and Letfh M. Freeman, minors, having filed his ietition here in, duly venned, praying tor an order of sale of real estate of said minors, for the purposes therein set forth. It is nereoy ordered by said court ttiat the next of kin and all iieraons interested in the estates of Baid minors np-- I e:ir before the said probate court on Monday, the 13th dav of July, MSI, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, at the county court house in Ogden City, county of Weber and territory of Utah, to show cause why an order sliould not be granted to the eaid guardian to sell so much of the real estate of the said minors as shall be necessary ; and that a copy of this order shall he published at least once a week for four successive weeks in ThbCom mkbtial, a newspaier printed and published in the said city of Ogden. county of Weber, and territory of Utah. Dated June 10th. 1891. A. C. Bishop, Judge. Territory of Utah, county of Weber, as: clerk of theprobateconrt P. Joe. Ledwidge. j. in and for said Webercounty, do hereby certify that the foregoing ia a full, true and correct A Strong Minded View. copy of the original order to show cause in the matter of the estate and guardianship of Mr. Meek The paper says the judge Hoomee R. Freeman and Legh M. Freeman, minors, deposited, filed and recorded in my of- reserved his decision. I don't see why fice on the loth day of June, A. 1. MM, as the it is judge invariably put off deciding a Bame appoars of record. lnwitness whereof, I have hereuntil the next day. unto set my hand and affiled the point Mrs. M. Huh! Judges have sense seal of the probate court the day heal. and year first above writteu. enoudfef'ijvaiit to consult their wives. J. P. LEnwioaa, Clerk of the Probate Court. SJVeekly. M. Han By W, aoN, Deputy Clerk. L fraraajo." B"'" JIM.!!. Rend, J G Commenrinfr at a Nifrit SNl.S ft mth fnm the iiortliwest cornerof lot In blk Jt, plat A, runuiiitf thence touth 1.0 ft., eaHt Mouth souths, east 13S. north (id, wet beKin-nintr. 11. west N2, north 4.2, west M to place l;. of iw 40.75. Read, J U and W S Commencing at the Houthwiwt corner of lot 4 fn blk ill. plat A, runthence north 2 ft- -, east lSu, south 24, West ning ILV to 46.B. place of bexinuinit, Head, W 8 All of the east half of lot 9 la blk 38. plat A. Rend, Oscar J --Commencinff at a point 1H1 ft south of the northeast corner of lot UK running thence iouth : ft west, l.tt ft notth, S3 f t eaat I'M it Ut place of beginning. TK.M). Southwick. at a point 2 ft east of the northwest corner of lot 7, hlk IH cant S2..V, aouth 1.12 ft I' t A, running pence anst yz.t ft north I'M ft to place of begin . aiiiK. $l45.-'- Stoddanl, J R and C C Nelson Commencing at a point Ul.'h ft south of the northeast corner of lot 10, blk HI. plat A, running thence aouth 24.75 ft, west W2 ft, north 24.75 ft' east 132 ft to place of beginning. $44 Stnder, Mm Annie Commencing at a point IM ft west from the northeast corner of Tot 3. blk 4. plat A, running thence south 132 ft, west 3U St. north 132 ft, east 3U ft to place of beginning. $53.t 0. Also commencing at a iioiut ft weet from the northeast corner of fot '1, blk 4, plat A. running thence south 132 ft, weet 42 ft, north 132 ft, east 42 ft to place of beginning. $74.25. Stnder, Win Commencing at a point 219 ft west from the northeast corner of lot 8, blk 4, 5 acre plat A. running thence south 1:12 ft. west 38 ft, north 132 ft, east 3S ft to place of beg inning. $bj.25 Smith, John A Commencing at a point 192.7 ft south of the northwest comer of lot 6, blk 3H, plat A running thence south 66 ft, east 1M.5 ft, north tW ft, west 1M.5 ft to place of beginning $1.50. Thompson, Wm P Commencing at the northwest corner of lot 1, in block 4, 5 acre plat A, running thence east M ft, south 155 ft, west K ft, north lti5 feet to place of beginning. $137.25. Tracy, David S Commencing S3 ft east of the northwest cornerof lot 1, hlk 4, 5 acre plat A. running thence south 115 ft, west S3 ft, south 495 ft, east 49.5 ft, south lttt ft. oast 59.4 ft, m.rth IH5 ft, east Ofi ft, wuth ft, east 52.5 feet, north lti5 feet, west 52.5 ft. north A43.R ft, wont 89 ft to place of beginning. $213.00. Wright, G J Commencing at the southwest corner of lot 2, in blk 47, plat A, running thence north 19S ft, east l. ft, south 19S ft, west 132 ft to place of beginning. $252.50. Wright, t J Commencing at theeouthweat corner of lot 2, in block 4H, plat A, running thence north 99 feet, east 62.2 ft, south 10.5 feet, west 49.5 ft, south 5.5 ft, east 49.5 ft, south S3 ft, west 62.2 feet to place of beginning. $93,25. Wright, Josiah A Commencing at the southeast corner of lot 2 in block 4 plat A running thence west $o9.9 feet, north S3 ft. west 49.5 feet. noitb.5.5 ft, east, 49.5 ft, north 10.5 ft, west 62.2 ft. north 133.7 ft, east 132 ft, south 232.7 f to place of beginning. $159.50. Wright, Hyrunv Commencing at the southwest corner of lot 1 in block 4S, plat A, and mulling thence north 167.7 ft. ea-- t 5u.7 ft, south 167.7 ft, west 5U.7 ft to place of beginning. $97.50. Woodmansee, Chas Commencing at a point 305.43 ft south of the northwest corner of lot 6, in block 21, plat A, running thence south 23 ft, east 132 ft, north 23 ft, west 132 ft to place of beginning. W.u. Also commencing at a oint 227.25 feet north of the southw'-s- t corner of lot 5 in block 2i, plat A, ami running thence north 20 ft, east 132 it,vsouth20 fiywest 132 ft to place of beginning. $15.75. Also commencing at a point 2S9.75 ft north of the southwest corner of lot, 5, iu block 26, A, running thence north 2ols feet, east 132 ft, soiifh 20. ft, west 132 ft to place of beginning. 15.50. Alsti commencing at a point 151.65 ft west of the southeast corner of lot 1 in block 32, plat A, running thence west 50 ft, north 115 ft, east 50 ft, south 115 feet to place of beginning. $M.50. Ogden City, Utah, May 2S, im. 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