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MAY 51885
itEIA I
THE SCARED BRITONS
ncnsoii 1viy Britain no toiiffc
TIl isulcb the Waves
in San Francisco Argonaut
ocknigne
gnise it as the majority of people
1ig1i
do there IS a veritable war
to
jI1 1 try 1Itltin the English nation at the
oc1rt tg1tug timl A the 1 cause of it I 10 not
nt
JflSCI1t scrhllmage which
to the Egyjtiall
dJUJt lII1S 1h1l08t ausur to dignify by the
It of war but to the apprehended
ii0tjIjtiCS iia1I1t which may at any moment
England and Russian
t Sik out between
evenside one hears the chances of
n everY
On i1eIi i war discussed and while there is 5
Sipiit of brag and bluster given to tin
p1enl r then1 is a most plentiful lack of either
iir lxpression or display of that cool
the etlleJ 1 confidlnce ill the army and nay
rlJldl would be the case were eIther or
both of f theSe national bulwarks known
in l satisfactory condition It is al
bf i
to w eI1 for people to exclaim within the <
very nfortible ll1illlits of such mutual admir
ation toiieties as club smokingrooms
Hid friPiuHy dinnerparties that t Well
iuk Vni again as we did in the Crimea I
niJ give vent to the timehonored aphor
Hn I that one Englishman is oqual to sis
KuMsi This latter precept is I be
ltu oiu dear to the hearts l of every na
Ion on eaillu and in tune of war is use
to lull into a delusive sense of security
till apprehensions of people who are con
Idlt t 10 permit national I conceit to take the
lace of national ability England doe
of the maxim
at possess a monopoly
Liouhtless the Kussian thinks than One
ItiiaIi is equal to six Englishmen
relics 5Ls belief that
on
jM t ts Germany a
uerman unit irf the equivalent of any
olicr nations half dozen
But talk isnt fight with men any more
than it i is at school with boys as I dare
SLY mot of us lemember and all the
imliuiluil pei > onal courage of vaporing
lipropsat lionie wont add one man to
tin army abroad or a ship to the navy
Hnweui in the present instance taking
into eoasulerition the fact that the llus
ijttI army on a war footing is about two
million throe I hundred thousand strong
ul1 that Englands forces scraping to
gether everything that she could lay her
hands upon including regulars militia
Indian army yoemanry volunteers and
loot under
ri irui > up considerably
eiLlit hundred thousand all told there
wins to he a 1 sort of painful necessity
that OIK Englishmen should equal three
ItiihSians at least for were both armies
brought face to face the Russians would
luve three men where England has one
t 11 j a VWW of such a state of things it is
i it 111 tii it there should be a feeling far
i < i I iii mere uneasiness abroad in
t ull I Ls to the constitution of Eng
land s 1 myso far as the regulars are
i onerned have had something to say
heretofore on its pitiably weak over
oifuvred and undermanned condition
so I need not repeat But when one
thinks of the regular army being in so
wretched a state one naturally feels in
lined to wonder what the other troops
must be
Another thing to be thought of when
the Crimean war is referred to is this
In that war England had Prance for an
al and since its termination the Rus
san army has been reorganized Yet
nother is the present superiority of
ussias navy It has often been the
shipn to say when the weakness of the
jzlish army has been adverted to
ever mind weve got a navy any
W Now the question arises
Have we I mean of course such a
ivy as not only would be fit and com
jptent to cope with Russia but one to
tntitle us to retain in our national song
the line Britain Hules the Wares If
statistics mean anything and if what one
reads in the papers has any weight
dearly we have not How can we claim
the supremacy of the seas while France
has seventytwo ironclads against
twentyeight of ours and three hundred
and sixtysix vessels against two hund
red and thirtysix of ours in commission
or how can our fleets contend wtth
those of Russia whose navy consists of
three hundred and eightynine steam
MShels twentynine of which are iron
da s
It is not because England doesnt spend
money enough every year in building
ships that this unfortunate condition of
things exists It is because the men in
lOtf at the head of the admiralty are
not lit to fill the posts that their politics
Hive j them The Earl of Northbrook is
tho First Lord of the Admiralty and the
noble earl knows nothing whatever about
a ship or the management and direction
of naval affairs ° Then Sir Thomas
Brassey the prince of English snobs is
the Secretary of the Admiralty and his
knowledge of maritime matters prior to
his appointment to aid in the conduct of
thoR of the nation was gained by cruis
ing about the Mediterranean in the snob
bish luxury of a vulgarly begilt yacht
called The Sunbeam with his wife a
la who as Lady Brassey with tliouss Is
of Hounds a year aspires to a prominent
iKisition in the literary world but who
as Miss Allnutt of London before her
marriage no one appears to have ever
heard of What such a man can possibly
know about the navy or how it should
be managed it is i difficult to imagine
The otier day he had ship armorplated
on both sides only and let the bow and
stern go bare a feat in modern naval
architecture for which he has been con
siderably lampooned by Punch Yet he
goes about the country making speeches
Jwit the navy and its marvelous
Ilhnency as though he were born and
bred at sea Not many weeks ago another
of his ships owing to the unseaworthi
ness of her build neally rolled herself
over in a gale in the Bay of Biscay
But perhaps the most satisfactory proof
n the inefficient state of the navy has just
been given in the hiring by the Admiralty
if j f the Cunard liners Umbria Etru
J1J and Oregon the Guion liners
Alaska and Arizona and the Na
tional liner America the fastest six 1
I earners that cross the Atlantic from New
York to Liverpool These steamers are I
10 be fitted out as fast cruisers with
iiftetn guns each and are to be employed
111 the rapid transport ol troops in the
tVeimL of a war with Russia That the
reliant service should have to be
drawn Upon at a critical moment is a
Utar admission by Brassey and his con
Xres that the mercantile marine has
c iter ships than the vaunted royal navy
and > that all the talk he and others of his
ilk lllv < been indulging in as to the cfli
VIcney of the navy has been inflated rub
ueip Nth Y any means a small matter
l ltCrlst to be considered in connection
with 1 the is
tll chartering of these steamers
t nil fat that they are taken away from
J nussjiiger and mail service between
Bland and the United States With
l l nalcd tubs such as the Gallic and
n pthiiM to do the work we shall not
hear
11 j II1Ul11 of fast passages from Sandy I
1Iook to t Queenslown ana will
take and our letters i
1 day or two longer in going and
COmimirig Whjt Its true that the Inman and
bin Str lines have some fast steamers
n1 IIOUC that come near the Oregon
bad Alh8kV and it will seem likegoilg
lrail years in the annals of transatlantic
Nirhrfc100 to read with admiration and
>
tmririi oYauc ° J u > e seven eight anJ nin day
fiG S8 of thc City of Berlin the
erinanie and the Servia It
seems indeed very hard lines not on
on international correspondents who ha v
grown accustomed to getting their letters
across in a week but upon the thousam
of passengers who will be flocking to Eu
rope during the Because
summer a set <
of bungling officials conduct England
naval affairs they are obliged to stay at
sea longer than they should
I dont mean to say that all the Lord
Commissioners as they are called of
the Admiralty are civilian landlubbers
There are four admirals two fulls a
vice and a rear One of the II fulls is i
Lord Alcester pronounced Awlster
who as Sir Beauchamp Seymour t a
peerage for battering down the historic
town of Alexandria and also achieved
by virlure of the same heroic act th
popular designation of Bombard as a
sort of suggestive companion to Eon
bast the title bestowed upon Lor
Wolseley Lord Alcester has been a
good deal ridiculed upon his elevation to <
the House of Lords for so comparatively
trivial an achievement arid one which
placed beside the Nile or Trafalgar sink
into pigmy insignificance But the royal
navy is not blessed with the possession of
any Nelsons on whom to lavish dignity
rank and honor and England has to
make the most of such material as she
has Out of the seventynine flagoflicen
admirals of the fleet viceadmirals
and rearadmirals what man among
them has gained any distinction as a
commander Tim ViceAdmirals Sir
JohnCommerell and Sir W Hewett and
RearAdmiral Salmon have for in
dividual bravery won the Victoria Cross
the highest reward for personal valoi
England can give i and are known as V
Cs But a man can be personal
courageous to the limit of foolhardiness
without possessing either talent or ac
quired knowledge in the art of manoeuvr
ing a squadron in action at sea
The fact that the Duke of Edinburgh
the Prince of Leiningcn Prince Lewis of
Battenberg and Prince George of Wales
as well as the Earl of Clan william are
ollicers in the navy doesnt appear to do
it any good in a fighting sense The
Duke of Edinburgh is commonly accred
ited with being a good officer Hundreds
and thousands of men who arc not
dukes and sons of the Queen are that
and no one thinks anything about it But
beyond the ordinary ability of the aver
age sailor 1 dont suppose he possesses
any merit to place his name higher than
the position of the mere accident of
birth has put to it One thing is known
and that is when the English fleet was
sent up the Dardanelles in 1878 as a
quiet menace to Russia by Lord Bea
consfield the Duke of Edinburgh was not
given any command some people in
deed saying he couldnt be trusted on
account of his Russian sympathies
through his marriage with the Czars
daughter If he couldnt be trusted then
surely he cannot now However trust
or no trust there is no more likelihood of
his being employed in any naval post of
importance than that his brother the
Duke of Connaught would be given
other than a command of army re
serves in case of war How one cant
refrain from comparing the English
Princes with the Crown Prince and
Prince Frederick Charles of Germany
in the FrancoGerman war of 70 1
About the only naval officer who has
really gained any sort of distinction is
Lord Charles Beresford His doing so is
a slap at the scientificplodders who think
that a man must pass all their absurd ex
aminations or else he wont be of any
use I dont mean to imply that Lord
Charlie is in the faintest degree an
ignoramus But it is safe to say he cares
more lor practice than theory and has
iven most convincing proof of his ability
to meet with and overcome difficulties
hat no forethought of naval examiners
ould presuppose the existence of Peo
ple may say he is lucky Perhaps he is
but he is at any rate seemingly able to
o on with his luck without hitch or
hindrance As a matter of fact he
doesnt know what fear is and that is
where a great deal of his success comes
from As for the common run of English
naval officers they are dancing flirting
loud boisterous lightheaded fellows
who think more of the effect of their
brass buttons and epaulets on the minds
jf the ladies than they do of the
scientific study of navigation steamship
gunnery or torpedo practice on their own
I Crazy Quillings
Miss Cleveland is a great lover of music
and a fine singer
The Duchess of Norfolk has the finest
rubies in the world exclusive of crown
jewels
There are said to be 534 seamstresses
in New York City each of whom earns
only i1 a week
Mrs Ella Wheeler Wilcox does not
nroduce as much sentimental poetry as
she used to
The Princess Colonna nee Mackay is
very fond of brown and unostentatious
shades of blue
Miss Florence Marryat writes twenty
pages of manuscript a day without mak
ing corrections i
Chicago girls claim that their feet are i
not so large proportionately as the cars
of St Louis maidens
Madame Ristori owns a handsome resi
dence in Paris another in London and
still another in Boston
Miss Bayard daughter of the Secretary
of State is an accomplished horsewoman
and fond of athletic sports
Among the numerous applicants for
the postmastership of Kinderhook N
Y is a niece of exPresident Van Buren
Yellow is a fashionable color in flow
ers andjsmall sunflowers on flexible stems
are on many of the imported bonnets
Bridgeport Conn is puzzled over the
will of Aaron Somers who leaves 10000
to the Democratic widows of the city
Carrie Palmer of Bradford Conn has
succeeded in making 501 words out of the
word incomprehensibility
He passionately I worship the very
ground you tread on She practically
Then you must worshipslush more than
I do
doMiss Folsom of Buffalo now Miss i
Cleveland guest at the White House is I
voted the prettiest girl in Washington by
the swells l
Turkish women believe in charms says
a returned traveler So do American
facepowder maim facturer
girls as any
can testify
Tile Queen of llonmaiiia has written a
has
which
Neago
libretto of an opera lgo
just been produced at Stockholm with
great success
A Brooklyn seamstress carelessly left a
needle in the back of a young lady cus
tomers dress and now a particular
friend of the family has his arm done up
in arnica
small They are
are very
Capotes
head with
quite on the top of the
worn
peak
the brim pinched up into a deep
over the brow and turned very high in
front with feathers or flowers
A New York girl makes a living by
for photographs in the costumes
posing abroad
of celebrated actors and singers
and her pictures are sold as genuine pho
tographs of the people represented
All stage traditions point out clearly
that Lady Macbeth slept with her stock
Bessie Darling in
ings on although
New York has been doing the sleep
walking scene on thc stage with her feet
bare
r
J I I HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS
VALLEY HOUSI
Opp Temple Tabernacle
Sa1t Lakc City U1ah
CONNECTED WITH TillS HOUSE ARE
3 COT AGES
In the immediate vicinity of the
Main Hotel
SECLUDED BUT CONVENIENT
BOARD and LODGING 2 per day
>
Quiet Shady Homelike
ANDREW C BBIXEN Prop
1 = 8 FmvTiTnvnr i ix
THE OLD
JU1CTION CITY HOTEL
OGDEN UTAH
CENTRALLY LOCATED
Is now open and Everything FirstClass
I
RATES 125 TO 200 PER DAY
Win D AVADLEY Prop
ST JAMES nOTEIl I
Main St South of Third South St
TMTTED UP THROUGHOUT IN FIRSTCLASS
FITTED The finest and most comfortable
Hotel appointment in Suit Lake City I
Special Terms to Families both for Single
Rooms and Suites
Transient iOO per day
A < i2KirvirVAL i > > rop
DENVER HOUSE
Opp D II G Depot Salt Lake City
J KEENAN lroprietor
RAVELERS WILL FIND SUPPLIES OF
IRA kinds in Eatables and Groceries Choice
Cigars and Tobacco
Firstclass meals 25 cents
BREWERIES AND SALOONS
ft FISHER BREWING CO
Brewery near U C R It and D R G Depots
Salt Lake City Utah
Ve arc now prepared to supply the Public with
Keg and Bottled Beer
Of Superior Quality
At popu1ar Prices
HEADQUARTERS
The City Depot for the celebrated Albert Fisher
15uer is at
Tufts Nystroms
Popular Beer Hall 109 S Main St
Where will always be found a supply of our
I Eic fis jBottloci IBeo
Dnlors Solicited antI rrompll Attended To
BREWERY P 0 Box 1047 Telephone 294
HEADQUARTERS nt Tufts Nystroms Tele
phone 17J
5 FISHER BREWING CO
The Fisher Beer Hall E
Uiiii Street Two Doors SoatU
of Iostofiice
ITAVE ALWAYS ON HAND THE FINEST
HAVE Liquors and Cigars that the market
fiords
The L A Fisher Brewing g Com ants
Ce1ebrated Beer
Always on Draught Fresh and Cool
XF Any orders left with us for the above
BEER will receive prompt attention
TOMNEY HILLSTEAD Props
Telephone No 210
The Old Reliable
CALIFORNIA BREWERY
the
Isagain this year 1S85 producing
Finest Lager Beer
JA THE KOOKY MOUNTAINS
Bottlel Beer a Specialty
Try it and be convinced
Office 17 and 19 E 2d South Stteet
Salt Luke City
HENRY WACENER Propr
THE WYOMINC
Hereford Association
OF WYOMING
Have opened a SALES YARD at the place for
merly known as Pitts Gardens where can
always be found
HIGH GRADE AND THOROUGHBRED
3E3C ere fords
FOR SALE
GE9 F MORGAN
General Mac2 er
J DAVIES
T1 A ii1c > It =
241 Opposito Walker House
nt 25
Guaranteed
Made to Order Fit
Suits house in the vest
per cent Cheaper than any
Agent for Wanaker Brown
AUCTIONS AT BAMBERGERS
UCTlOZV
EVERY EVENING
PRIVATE SALE
DUriJ1g the J > > y
A Large Consignment t
FROM EASTERN HOUSES
Jut R e c e v ed 9
To be Sold Without Reserve
CONSISTING OF
Children and Boys Suits ranging from 2 Up
Mens Cassimere Suits 5
bdsssrosre 0 Pants u 2 u
Goats ti S 3
Hue Flannel Business Suits at 7
t 0
t h i
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
S
Merchant Tailor I 1 Misfits I
I CONSISTING OF
Fine Diagonal and Corkscrew
I
Paints and Suits
ALSO A LOT OF
Havana and Domestic
CXGAHS
By tlieBox or Thousand only
0
Stock Now Ready I for Inspection
SIGrrq = Red Flag 2 Doors South of Postoffice
JVLAIN STREET
WAGONS BUGGIES REAPERS PLOWS ETC
GEO A LOWE
Salt lalfe City and Ogden Utah
I
SCHUTTLER FARM FREIGHT ACONS
AND FIHSTCLASS
open and TOP Bnggies
AT VERY LOW PRICES
AND SQLD
WARRANTED OF BEST QUALITY
0
AGRILULTURALIMPLEMENTSOF All KINDS
0
DEDERT 3K HAY PRESSES
PRESSESBALING TIES AND BALING WIRE
All Sizes Constantly in Stock
Knowles Steam Pumps For all Purposes
RTABLE STEAM ENGINES
AMES PC ENGINESlBmEWIIEELS
WHEELS
LEFFLL Tm lBmEWIIEELS
MILLS
SAW lITLLS AND SHINGLE
Correspondence solicited j Enquiries answered promptly
p iii WAGON DEPOT
TfOWAED SEBKEE COMPANY
LL vr V Afl
Keep a Ml Stock of These Celebrated Wagons
Concord Buggies Spring Wagons
Plows Moiine Plows
Oliver Chilled
Casaday and Flying Dutchman Sulky PJOW
cEJA1IPION JIIA CeINES
and Wagon Materials a
Hardwood
And a Full Line of Agricultural Goods
Call on or Address
1 S psci1lty HOWARD SEBREE CO1 j
1 1 1 Salt Lake City or Ogden Utah
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ww RAILROADS
wwTHE CHICAGO
Milwaukee St Paul
RAILWAY COMP L Y
The Last Built
Best Equipped
Shortest Line
BETWEEN
Council Bluffs Chicago
AND
ALL POINTS EAST
The Scenic line
OF THE WORLD
Denver Rio Grande
UtTESTEB Ft B
THE POPULAR
Trans Continental Route
BETWEEN
Salt Lake Gumiison Lejulvillc
Pueblo and Denver
At which latter points DIRECT CONNECTIONS
are nuule with trains for
Kansas City Omaha Chicago
St Louis
tVnd all Principal Points in the United States
and Canada
1rain leaves Salt Lake EVEIIY DAY at 155 pm
connecting with Central Pacific for the West
nilE ATLANTIC EXPRESS TRAIN COIl
THE of the Celebrated Buffet and Sleep
ing Cars elegant firstclass Coaches and Emi
grant Sleeping Cars will leave Ogden daily at
SO am on arrival of train from San Fran
isco and Salt Lake City at 1055 am making
direct connection ut Pueblo and Denver with
trains for the East North and South
THE PACIFIC EXPRESS TRAIN from Den
ver Pueblo and Eastern points will arrive in
alt Lake City at 150 pm nnd Ogden at 610
xm making direct connection with the Cen
ral Pacific train for San Francisco and the
Pacific Coast
LOCAL TRAINS leave Salt Lake for Ogden at
i05 am
Leave Ogden at 510 pm and arrive in Salt
Lake at 700 pm
Leave Salt Lake daily for Bingham at 725
im Returning arrive nt Salt Lake at115 pm
AN ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves Salt
Lake daily except Sum miilays at 500 am nr
riving at Pleasant Valley Junction at 43ii pm
tetimrniimg leaves Pleasant Yaller Jnnction at
rOO am urrivin at Salt Luku at GOO pm
s VV HScoles
General Freight and Passenger Agent D K
G Western Salt Lnke City
W n BANCROFT Receiver
Utali Central K E
Passenger Trains leave Salt Lake Daily as fol
lows
GOING NORTH Atlantic Express at 800 am
GOING SOUTH Express sit 720 am
Passenger Trains Arrive in Salt Lake Daily as
follows
FROM NORTH Atlantic Express at 751 pm
FROM SOUTH Express at 640 pm
JOHN SHARP
Geiil Supt
FRANCIS COPE
Genl Fgt R Pass Agt
Sanpefe Valley Railwy
0
Trains leave daily as follows
eave Moroni 900am
Vrrive at Nephi y 1100am
cave Nephi 1200 in
Vrrive at Moroni 200 pm
Stages connect at Moroni for all parts of San
Pete and Sevicr
Private teams and spring wagons can be or
lered by telephone at Nephi to be ready on
irrival of trains at Moroni Price 1 per day
driver paying all his own expenses
S BAMI3ERGER Manager
I LEGAL NOTICES
Notice to Creditors
Estate of JAMES WATSON deceased
TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY TilE UN
NOTICE I i administrator of the estate of
James Watson deceased to the creditors of and
all persons having claims atraiust the said de
ceased to exhibit them with the necessary
vouchers within four months after the first
publication of this notice to the said adminis
trator at the store of Tucker Wallace in Alta
City Salt Lake County Utah
HENRY C WALLACE
Administrator
Date of first publication March 31185
ASSESSMENT NOTICES
Assessment Notice
MINING
HILL CONSOLIDATED II
C COTT
SCOTT of
Company location of principal place
business Salt Lake City Utah Territory Notice
is hereby given that nt u meeting of the Board
of Directors held on the 21st day of April 1885
an assessment of one cent per share was levied
on the capital stock of the corporation payable
immediately to the Secretary nt the oflice of
the company 220 East Temple Street Salt Lake
City Utah Territory Any stock upon which
Thursday
this assessment shall remain unpaid on
day the 21st day of May 1R 33 will be delin
quent and advertied forsiile at publicunction
and unless payment is minnie before will be
sold on Saturday the 20th day of June 18S5 to
the delinquent assessment together with
pay costs of advertising and expenses of vale
F K MORRIS Secretary
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH April 27th 1S85
Assessment Notice
ILVEIt MOUNTAIN MINING COMPANY
SILVER of principal place of business Suit
Lake City Utah Territory Notice is hereby
Hoard of Direc
given that at a meeting of the
tors of said Company held on the 21st day of
1885 an assessment of five cents per
April share was levied on the capital stock of the
Corporation payable immediately to thc Secre
tary at the oflice of the Company 220 EastTcm
plo Street Salt Lake City Utah Territory Any
stock which this osscisment shall remain
unpaid upon on Thursday the 21t day of May 1885
will be delinquent and arterti > ed for sale at
auction and unless payment is made be
public of
fore will be sold on Saturday the 20th day
assessment
June 1S55 to pay the delinquent
together with coats of advertising and expenses
of sale
penses F K MORRIS Secretary
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH April 27th 18S5
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lAIN ICE co
MOUNTAIN UUsj
5C mind s SECOND SOUTH STREET
Whole ale and Retail Dealers in
XCIH1
A large supply of ice of first class purity til
ways on hand
ai1y De1i veries
i I Promptly attended to Come ami see us
J HElL Jr Secretary
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MEDICAL
DR C Tr HIGGINS
Microscopic and AnalUlcal
flijsicinn I
THE MOST RELIABLE SPECIALIS
Cures Fits in their worst forms and all Chronic
Diseases Seminal Weakness Syphylia in all
its forms Gonorrhrea Gleet and all diseases
ofaprivateand confidential nature Dr II has
made these diseases a specialty for the pas
fifteen years Dr H has been in this citY
for thc past thirteen years and in that time
has cured over 1000 of the above diseases
Suffering friends dont delay call at once and
put yourself under Dr Hs treatment
The knowledge of disease is half
its Cure C
Many have been rescued from the grasp of
disease and death by my medicines who were
given up as incurable by friends and physicians
for the proof of this call and get their ad
dresses and see them for yourselves
CONSULTATION F Jt E E Medicine given
away to thc poor
DR H can be consulted daily at his
office NO 272 Main St
TO the Unfortunate
DrP STEiNHART
SPECIALIST
Can be consulted at his office 201 Main Street
Room No 1 Union Block Salt Lake city
Has been treating the following diseases for
the last twentyfive years in London Dublin
Mid San Francisco and has been established in
Salt Lake City the last two years
For the treatment of Sexual Seminal dis
eases such as Gonorrhceaj Gleet Stricture
Syphilis in all its forms Seminal Weakness and
inpoteucy Loss of Manhood permanently
cured
curelIC sick and afflicted should not fail to call
an him
Persons cured at home Call or write
Communications strictly confidential
Medicine sent everywhere either in Pill or
Liquid form
Catarrh Tupc worm mid Piles Suc
cessfully treated
c SF Consultation Free
OFFICE HOURS from 9 I a m to 6 p m
Sundays from 10 to 12 a m
PATENT NOTICES
Application for Patent
Notice No 1304
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE
SJt LAKE CITY UTAH April 9 I 1885
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
NOTICE Flat Mining and Milling Company
b i y hoses Klrkpatrick of Salt Lake City Utah
its attorney in fact has made application for a
United States patent for the Huron Lode mining
claim situate in Little Cottonwood Mining Dis
trict Slllt Lake countr Utah l ferritory consist
ing of llfJ 510 linear feet of the lode und
iiirface ground one hundred feet wide
being Lot No 175 and described in the field
notes and plat of the official survey on file in
his oiliqe with magnetic variation at 18 de
rees 10 minutes eastas follows Commencing
it post No1 a corner of the claim and running
hence south W degrees 50 minutes east 100 feet
to post No 2 thence south ac degrees ten min
utes west 1159510 feet to post 3fo 3 thence
north 53 degrees 50 minutes west 100 feet to
most No 1 thence north 3G degrees 10 minutes
cust 1159 510 feet to post No 1 the place of be
innini excepting and excluding from the
hove described area so much thereof as is in
zonilict with the Honey Comb mining claim
Lot No 91 in the same mining district the area
claimed being 2 11100 acres From the centre
nf the northerly end line of said Huron Lode
mining claim its discovery point bears south
rt > degrees ten minutes westC59 510 feet distant
and from its said discovery point U S mineral
monument No 3 bears south 72 degrees 21 min
utes west 320 110 feet distant The said min
ing claim beiiijr of record in the oflice of the
Recorder of said mining district at Alta City
in Salt Lake county Utah The nearest known
locations being the Honey Comb Lot No 91 the
avinia Lot No 122 and the Ontario No 3 Lot
so 1i3 all being mining claims within said
mining district
1 direct that this notice be published in the
SALT LAKE EVENING DEMOCRAT the newspaper
mblished nearest the said mining claim for
hu period of sixty days
II MCMASTER Register
Application for Patent
Notice No 1300
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE
SALT LAKF CITY UTAH April 91885 I
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
NOTICE Flat Miniugand Milling Company
br Moses Kirkpatrick its attorney in fact of
Salt Lake City Utah has made application for
a L United States patent for the Eons Lode min
ing claim situate in Little Cottonwood Mining
listrict Salt Lake county Utah Territory con
isting of 1159 5 10 linear feet of the lode and
urfiice ground one hundred feet wide being
Lot 171 and described inthe field notes and plat
of the official survey on file in this oflice with
I nagnetic variation at 18 degrees minutes
east as follows ommelclll a tile discovery
point of said claim from which U S mineral
monument 3 bears south 75 degrees 4 min
utes wet 3393 710 feet distant and running
thence north X degrees ten minutes cast
659 510 feet to post No 1 the pointof beginning
of exterior bounds thence south 19 degrees 30
minutes west 17i 710 feet to post No 2thenco
south 30 degrees 10 minutes west 992510 feet to
post No 3 thence north 53 degrees 50 minutes
west 100 feet to post No4 thence north 36 de
grees 10 minutes east 1159 510 feet to post Jfo
5 thence south 53 degrees 50 minutes east 60
feet to post No 1 the place of beginning of ex
terior bounds containing an area of 257100
acres all of vhich is claimed The area in
conflict with the Lavinia mining claim Lot No
122 is not excluded from said application The
said mining claim being of record in the office
of the Recorder of stud mining district at Alta
City in Suit Lake County Utah The nearest
locations being the Luvinia Lot No 122
known
and the Lavinia Lot No 41 miuiugtclaims in
said mining district in the
I I direct that this notice to be published
SALT LAKE EvENiNrt DEMOCRAT the newspaper
published nearest the said mining claim for
od of sixty days
the peiiod
H MCMASTER Register
Application for Patent
Notice No 1305
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH April 91385 I
TOTlCE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT rIlE
NOTICE Flat Mining and Milling Company
by Moses Kirkjmtrlck of Salt Lake City Utah
its attorney in fact has made application for a
United States Patent for the Ontario No3 min
ing claim situate in Little Cottonwood Mining
District Salt Lake County Utah Territory con
sisting of 1159 510 linear feet of the lode and
surface ground one hundred feet wide being
le etf
dld I and
Lot No 173 and described in the u field l tMa notes nmil aim
of the official survey on nit in tillS omce
plat with magnetic variutlon at l degrees 10 mluute
follows Commencing the discovery
east as S min
of paid claim from which U
point monument No 3 boars south 73 degrees
eral
west 3331 910 fee
11 minutes
grees and running thence north 3C degrees
distant minutes Cast 859 510 feet to the
10
grees of the northerly end line the point of
center of exterior bounds thence south 53
beginning 50 minutes cast 50 feet to post No2
degrees thence south SCdegreeslOmlnutca westl169510
feet to post No 3 thence north 53 degrees 50
minutes west 100 feet to post No4 thence
north degrees 10 minutes east 1159 MO feet to
o 1 thence south 53 degrees 50 minutes
cast 50 feet to the center of the northerly end
line the place of beginning of exterior bounds
containing an area of 2 CG100 acres all of which
is claimed The area in conflict with the La
I vinia mining claim Lot No 122 is not excluded
from said application The said mining claim
being of record in the office of the Recorder of
I I I said mining district at Alia City In Salt Lake
county Utah The nearest known locauoua
being the Lavinia Lot No 122 and the Honey
Comb Lot No 91 mining claims in said mining
II district in tho
I direct that this notice be published
SALT LiKE EVENING DKMOCKVT the newspaper claim for I
said mining
published nearest the
the period of sixty days t
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