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I Scenic Line of the World
DENVER RiO GRANDE
Western Railway
Universally conceded to be
j THE POPULAR
r < Passenger Route
Between the East and West
The C > aJy Jiiao
Between Ogden Salt Lake and Denver
Without Change of Cars
Tiro Oxxly Xii23o
Between Salt Lake and Chicago
With but One Change of Cars
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The Only Line between the West
and the East Running Through Salt
Lake City
Pullman Buffet
AND
Sleeping Cars
On all Throffgh Passenger Trains
rtlr The Only Line from Salt Lake City run
ning Sleeping Cars Free for the use o 1
passengers holding Secondclass and Emigrant
Tickets
The Atlantic Express
Leaves Ogden daily at 930 a m Leaves Salt
Lake City daily at 1055a m Direct connection
Is made at Pueblo and Denver for Omaha Kan
sas City and all points East
1 I The Pacific Express
Arrives at Salt Lake City from the East at 500
p m and leaves for Ogden at 510 p m making
connection with the Central Pacific for the West
Local Trains
p
ieave Salt Lake City as follows
For Bingham and Alta at 725 a m
For Ogden at 510 p m
Arrive at Salt Lake City
From Bingham and Alta at 415 p m
From Ogden at 1050 a m
Tickets for all points East and West can be
purchased at the Depot Office and City Ticket
Office White House corner Salt Lake City
S W ECCLES
G P T Agt
W H BANCROFT Receiver
THE CHICAGO
Milwaukee St Paul
RAILWAY COMPANY
The Last Built
Best Equipped
Shortest Line
BETWEEN
Council Bluffs a Chicago
AND
ALL POINTS EAST
THE CHICAGO
AND
NORTHWESTERN
Railway
The Best Route and Short Line
BETWEEN
Omaha v
Council Bluffs
AND
> I Chicago
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The only line to take for Des MoInes Mar
shalltown Cedar Rapids Clinton Dixon Chi
cago Milwaukee and all points East To the
people of Nebraska Colorado Wyoming Utah
Idaho Nevada Oregon Washington and Cali
fornia it offers superior advantages not possi
ble by any other line
Amonga few of the numerous > points of su
periority enjoyed by the patrons of this road
between Omaha and Chicago are its two trains
a day of DAY COACHES which are the finest
that human art and ingenuity create its
PALACE SLEEPING CARS which are models
of ccmfort and elegance its PARLOR DRAW
ING ROOM CARS unsurpassed oy any and its
widely celebrated PALATIAL DINING CARS
the equal of which can not be found elsewhere
At Council Bluffs the trains of the Union Pa
cific Ry connect in Union Depot with those of
the Chicago Northwestern Ry In Chicago
the trains of this line make close connection I
with those of all Eastern lines
For Detroit Columbus Indianapolis Cincin
nati Niagara Falls Buffalo Pitts burg Toronto
Montreal Boston New York Philadelphia
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Baltimore Washington and all points in the
East ask the ticket agent for tickets via the
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Northwestern II I I
If you wish the best accommodations All
ticket agents sell tickets via this line I
M HUGHITT R S HAIR
Gen Manager Genl Pass Agent I
CHICAGO
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RAILROADS
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Utah Central R R
Passenger Trains eave Salt Lake Daily as fol
ows
GOING NORTHAtlantieExprcss at 800 am
GOING SOUTH Express at720 am
Passenger Trains AtrlvG In Salt Lake Daily as
foUows
FROM NORTHAtlantIcExpress at 751 pm
FROM SOUTH Express at 640 pm
JOHN SHARP
Genl Supt
FRANCIS COPE
Genl Fgt Pass AgL
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I The Shortest S and Most Direct Route
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I To the East
IS VIA THE
I A1ichison
I Topeka Santa Fe
Which connects in a Union Depot at PUEBLO
with the Denver Rio Grande Railway This
new line is splendidly equipped with
Pullman Sleeping Cars
Elegant Day Coaches
Steel Rails
Best Railroad Eating Houses in the country
insuring speed safety comfort and luxury
Quickest time to the Missouri River
W B HAMBLIN W F WHITE
General Agent GenPass Tkt Agt
Denver Colo Y Topeka Kan
CHAS T PARSONS Traveling Pass Agt
Denver Colorado
Sanpete Valley Railwy
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Trains leave daily as follows
Leave Moroni 900 am
Arrive atNophi 1100 am
Leave Nephi LOO pm
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Arrive at Moroni 300pm
Stages connect at Moroni for all parts of San
Pete and Sevier
Private teams and springwagons can be or
dered by telephone at Nephi to be ready on
arrival of trains at Moroni Price 4 per day
driver paying all his own expenses
S BAMBERGER Manager
B O
TEEE
Baltimore
and Ohio
IS TnE
Shortest Fastest Route
FROM
The Western Cities
EAST
The ONLY Route via WASHINGTON I
JSro Ex txa Charge
ON LIMITED TRAINS
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THE BURLINGTON
aOUTE
Short Line
Deiwor to
Chicago
An ALL the t Principal Cities EAST I I
G H CROSBY F B SEMPLE I
General Agent Traveling Agent
320 Xja2rixexei Sot I
PE wvEt cicIs
UNDERTAKERS
ESTABLISHED 1864
JOSEPH E TAYLOR j
UNDERTAKER
A Complete Stock of WOOD TJETAIXIO and
CLOTHCOVERED
COFFINS AND CASKETS
Constantly on hand Also a full line of
BURIAL ROBES
Masonic Odd Fellows and Knights of Pythias
emblems furnished on hearse
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Factory and ware
rooms No 253 E First South street Telephone
No 70
JOSEPH WM TAYLOR
D N ± DEsEtTaL ISIOEI a
Funeral Director and Embalmer
A full line of Fine Cloth Metallic and
Re wood Coffins and Caskets Airtight Oak
Cases and Caskets
A complete stock of Burial Robes and Under
> takers Goods of every description kept constantly
antly on hand
Black or IVhite Hearses
Bodies Preserved without ice ior any length
of time Particular uttention given to Embalm
ing Shipping and Care of Bodies
Embalming and Shipping a specialty
Jots GraTeS Furnished in any Cemetery in City
All orders by telegraph or telephone day or
night wlll receive prompt attention
Prices low and terms reasonable
Office never closed
Telephone No 351 23 West Temple St South
PENNYROYAL PILLS
CHICHESTERS ENGLISH
The Original and Only Genuine
Eire and Jwaya ReliAble BerrarfftrworflilcM Imitations
Jnai pens Wc to LADIES Aat yonr BnwtfUt
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CbSehcrtert English and take BO otHer or c1e
timp to us for particular In Utter fcy return molt
NAME PAPER 2B1fMadlMfl CblcietcrChemIcai SQUUPhUUI Co hi
Sala brDrlurdllfa everywhere Ask for Chlches
tera English 1ennyrojral PHI Take no otho
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WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 23 1885
I CITY COUNCIL
The Proceedings of Their Regular I
Session Last Night
The city fathers adjourned from the
Third District Courtroom yesterday after
noon to the Council Chambers with
Mayor Sharp in the chair Order being
called the following limited business
was transacted
SI Atwood and other residents of Sec
ond South street called the Councils at
tention to the condition of the street be
tween First and Second East and asked
that it be graveled immediately Referred
to the propercommittee
Isabella Kerr was granted a free license
to peddle knitted goods of her own man
ufacture on the recommendation of
Messrs Warburton and Steele
Susan A Stringham has a dog of remarkable
markable abilities which she asked to be
allowed to keep free of license as the
canine is a great source of comfort to her
and a small child Granted
I M Barratt was granted an auction
eers license for the term of one year
The E B Margetts estate was granted
a license as manufacturers of malt liquors
and Phil Marg tts and B Springer were
accorded retail liquor licenses
O F Whitney the City Treasurer pre
sented the annual report of the receipts
and disbursements of the city for the year
ending November 30th 1885 I
Total of receipts 17475514
Total disbursements 17221535
Balance 253979
Balance on hand at beginning
of fiscal year 1969884
Balance on hand Dec 1 1885 2223863
The committee on public grounds re
ported that they had examined the water
masters report of expenditures Liberty
Park for the past quarter and found it to
be correct The committee on water
works reported similarly of the water
masters statement of expenditures in his
department proper
The committee on claims honored an
other one in the shape of 100 to Alma
Pratt who asked to be reimbursed for his
labor on the drive F W Taylor was
paid 50 for services in the assessor and
collectors office Adjourned
The Latest Titrvillow
On the roof of the woodshed a monstrous
tomcat
Sang meaonwj phitmeoauw phit
meaouw
And I shied at this tommy a largesized
brickbat
To stop meaouw phitmenouw phit
meaonw
But tommy laughed loudly and said to his
mate
O how I should like for to scratch his old
pate
Then I gabbed my breechloader and settled
his fate
And his meaonw phitmeaonw phit
meaonw
The New Opera Nero
Boito has finished the sketch for the
plot and scenic embellishments of his new
opera Nero I will be a magnificent
spectacle The Olympian games and
the triumphant entry of the Emperor
Nero into Rome will form the principal
scenes The opera may be produced this
winter
Penalty Being the Richest Man
I it is more difficult for a rich man to
enter heaven than it is for a camel to go
through the eye of a needle Vanderbilt
will have the hardest time on record in
I getting there Omaha Bee
I BREWERIES AND SALOONS
A Fisher Brewing Co
Brewery near U C R R and D R G Depots
Salt Lake City Utah
We are now prepared to supply the Public with
Keg and Bottled Beer
Of Superior Quality
At P < pU1ar Prioes
HEADQUARTERS
The City Depot for the celebrated Albert Fisher
Beer is at
Tufts Nystroms
Popular Beer Hall 109 S Main St
Where will always be found a supply of our
IBIes cfis IBottloci Beer
Orders Solicited ami Promptly Attended To
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BREWERY P O Box 1047 Telephone 294
HEADQUARTERS at Tufts Nystroms Tele
phone 179
A Fisher Brewing Go
The Old Reliable
CALIFORNIA BREWERY
Is again this year 1885 producing tho
Finest Lager Beer
IN THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS
Bottled Beer a Specialty
Try it and be convinced
Office 17 and I9E 2d South Stteet
Salt lake City
HENRY WACENER Propr
Call and See USfl
IOn I
OPPOSITE THE WAITER OPERA HOUSE
On Second South street you will find the best of
Beer Wines Liquors and Cigars
The Celebrated FISHER BEER always on tap
The proprietor and attendants will ntyrays
make you welcome and supply every want
known to the trade Give us a call and youll
come again
The address is 29 and 31 W Second South
street and once found it will be remembered
The wants of the public are well understood by
us and they shall be studiously attended to
A J PEACOOIC
ffFool Billiards and Shooting Gallery in
same building
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I EXTRAORDINARY OPPORTUNITY
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I Pairs BLANKETS
To Be Sold at Manufacturers Prices
The Best Chance to Get a Good Pair
of Blankets for a Little Over
Half Price
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
Meis and Boys Overcoats
AND
BEADYMADE CLOTHING
HATS AND UNDEltW AR
AT BOTTOM PRICES
WALKER BROS
The = + 1 81t t Lake
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PUBLISHED EVERY DAY SUNDAYS EXCEPTED
The Only Democratic Journal in Utah
Dai1y 430 Plf FOR NORTHERN UTAH
SeD eek1v s EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY
DAILY delivered by Carrier 75 cents permonth By mail per year in ad
vance 750 six months 400 three months 200
SEMIWEEKLY same size as the daily 300 per year 200 eight months 100
four months cash with the order
Agents Wanted Throughout the Territory
1 The SALT LAKEDEMOCRAT will fully sustain the principles of the National
Democratic party as enunciated by its National Conventions and exemplified inthe
teachings of its great founders
2 It will advocate the doctrine that the people of Utah have wisdom enough
and patriotism enough to govern themselves that the affairs of church and State
ought to and must be forever separate and distinct and that every citizen should
obey the laws
3 We believe that all the difficulties which surround the people of Utah will
find a peaceful remedy if absolute freedom of discussion can be secured and inde
pendent individual judgment expressed
4 The SALT LAKE DEMOCRAT will use the language of moderation and will re
vile no man for opinions sake While rm in its advocacy of correct political prin
ciples it will respect the lights of all othersto hold contrary opinions
lf Full Telegrahic Dispatches from all parts of the world and all local nevs
of general interest
AddressSALT LAKE DEMOCRAT CO
69 AND 71 W SECOND SOUTH ST
Sa1tLake Oi1iy
MISCELLANEOUS
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN
ESTAB LISW E D IH
The most popular Weekly newspaper devoted
to science mechanics engineering discoveries in
ventions and patents ever published Every nnm
ber illustrated with splendid engravings This
publication furnishes a most valuable encyclopedia
of information which no person shonld be without
l hJiht g11
The popularity of the SCXENXIFIO AnzniCAH is
snch that its circulation nearly equals that of all
other papers of its class combined Price 329 a
year Discount to Clubs Sold by all newsdealers
MUNN 4 CO Publishers No 36lBroadway N Y
11 AWIVffl JInnn also had 4 Co Thirty have
fcV V Eight years
B practice before
the Patent Office and have prepared
more than One Hundred Thou
sand applications for patents in the
United States and foreign countries
P Caveats TradeMarks Copyrights
Assignments and all other papers for
securing to inventors their rights in the
United States Canada England France
Germany and other foreign countries pre
pared short notice and on reasonable terms
Information as to obtainlngpatents cheer
fully given without charge Handbooks of
information sent free Patents obtained i
through Mnnn t Csnrlr noticed m the Scientific
American free The advantage of such notice is
well understood by all persons who wish to dis
of their patents
pose Address UXN1 t CO Office ScnNTIFIO I
4ltEnlcN C1 1ah1Y Ni yI
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O S CARVER
Livery Feed SalesStable
AVE THE FINEST CARRIAGE AND SAD
H dle horses In the country
Transportation to TAYLOR and PIOCHE on
ShortTCotice
Terms Reasonable and Satisfaction Guaran
cad
Stable at head of Main Street
Fris o DtsLb
BOjSECJaEAJTJ NG
Season is now here and
TULLID > Co
Have received their Fall Stock of
WTa1 PAPE
Including every design and quality
Kalsomining House and Sign Painting
By the most skilled workmen and nt
Reasonable Rates
Heesch Ellerbeck
PLUMBERS
Sole agents for the EXETER HEATER the
most economical and reliable heater In use
Water Pipes laid on short notice
49 East First South Street SALT LAKE CITY
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Sign Writer
No 10 E First South Street I
Fresco Graining
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ODD FELLOWS LODGES
TAH LODGE NO1 J 0 0 F MEETS
UTAH
every Thursday at 730 pm in Odd Fel
lows Hall Union Block Salt Lake City Odd
Fellows in good standing are invited to attend
H L GRAY N G
J J THOMAS Secretary
SALT LAKE LODGE NO 2 I O O F
k Meets every Friday at 730 p m in Odd
Fellows Hall Union Bloc Odd Fellows in
good standing are invited toattend
WM H CULMER N G
J M DARLING Secretary
JORDAN LODGE NO3 1 0 O FMEETS
JOUDAN
t every Monday at 70 p m in Odd Fel
lows Hall Union Block Odd Fellows in good
standing are invited to attend
F F LECUYER N G
Louis HYAMS Secretary
PIDGELY LODGE NO9 I O O FMEETS
RIDGELY
JLl > every Wednesday at730p m in Odd Fel
lows Hall Union Block Visiting brothers
made welcome JOHN J DUKE N G
iw M CLARK Secretary
NITY ENCAMPMENT No2 I O O F =
UNITY
Meets the second and fourth Tuesday of
each month at 730 p m in OddFellows Hall
Union Block AH Patriarchs in good standing
areinvited to attend WP ROWE CP
J J THOMAS Scribe
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
CALANTHE LODGE NO 5 K OF PREG
J ular conventions every Monday at Castle
I Hall Walker Opera House at 730 p m
Visiting Knights madewelcome
L H FARNSWORTH C C
G B LANG K ofR and S
LAND AGENTS AND ATTORNEYS
WILLIAM II BIBl JAMES LOWE
TDIRD LOWE
i BIRD
IjncI A en 1 S z3c1
1tor eY
Office next door to U S Land Office
Salt Lake City Utah
Will promote claims in contested and sus
pended cases in the Land Office at Salt Lake
City Utah and General Land Office at Washing
ton D C obtain Patents on Homestead Pre
emption Desert and Timber Culture Entries
and upon coal and mineral lands
General information relating to lands fur
nished with maps plates and diagrams
Notary Public in office v
R L HOWARD
Land Agent Attorney
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
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Obtains Patents for Agricultural
and Mineral Lands I
Office next to U S Land Office P 0 Box 395 iI i I
MARY Eo LOJIAX JOHN H CARTER
LOMAX CARTER
Confectionery 1
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NEW STAND JUST OPENED j
We make a Specialty of Supplying Church and
Social Parties with everything in our line
No 29 E First South
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PATENT NOTICES
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Application for Patent
Notice No 1375
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE
SALT LAKE Crrr UTAH November 21885
TOT1CE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
NOTICE E Mitchener and John P Kelly i
whose postoffice address is Stockton Tooele
county Utah have made application for a
f sV re oardh Pkl
United States patent for the Keystone No 2
Lode mining claim sitnate Rush Valley Min
ing District Tooele counts Utah Territory
consisting of 1500 linear feet of the lode and
surface ground 200 feet wide bein Lot No 83
and described in the field notes ana plat of the
official survey on file in this office vith mag
netic variation at 17 degrees east as follows
Commencing at the discovery point of the said
claim and running thence south degrees cast
I 20S feet to the center of the eastern end line of
f1 ti el elgJ
ii dc g
the claim and thence north I 17 degrees east 100
feet to corner Post Nol thence sonthl degrees
West 200 feet to Post No 2 thence north 73 de
grees west 1500 feet to Post No 3 thence north
17 degrees east 200 feet to Post No 4 thence
south degrees east 1500 feet to Post No 1 of
the exterior boundary lines of the surface
ground of the said claim containing an area of
4913 acres after excluding therefrom 1SC7
acres the area in conflict with Lot 65 the Leo
nora mining claim From Post No 2 US 31 M
No 3 bears south 1 degree 41 minutes east 13891
feetdistant The said mining claim being of
record in the office Of the Recorder of said
mining district at Stockton in Tooele county
Utah The nearest known location being the
Lconore miningclaim
direct that this notice to be published in the
SAW LAKE EVENING DEMOCIIAT the newspaper
published nearest the said mining claim for
the period of sixty days
II McMASTER Register I
BIRD LOWE Attorneys for Applicants
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Application for Patent
Notice Jfo 1393
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH December 21885
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT 1
1el Charles E Mitchener John P Kelly Rich t
ard Gundry and E P Mitchener of Stockton
in Tooele county Utah Territory have made
application for a United States Patent for the
Cygnet Lode mining claim situate ill Rush
Valley Mining District Tooele county Utah
Territory consisting of 1500 linear feet of the
lode and surface ground 200 feet wide being
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Lot No 84 and described In the field notes and
I plat of the official survey on file in this office
with magnetic variation at 17 degrees east as
follows Commencing at the discovery point
of the claim and running thence north 73 de
grees west 1000 feet to the centre of the west
end line of the claim and thence south 17 de
grees west 100 feet to Corner Post No1 thence
north 17 degrees east 200 feet to Post No2
thence south 73 degrees east 1104 feet to Post
No3 thence north 81 degrees east 390 feet to
Post No4 thence south 17 degrees west 2226
feetto Post No 5 thence south 81 degrees west
350 feet to Post No 6 thence north 73 degrees
west 1150 feet to Post No 1 of the exterior
boundary lines of the surface ground of the
said claim containing an area of 688 acres
From Post No6 of this claim U S Mineral
Monument No3 bears south 21 degrees 43 min
utes east 19751 feet distant The said mining
claim being of record in the office of the Re
corder of said mining district at Stockton in
Tooele county Utah The nearest known loca
tions being the Leonore and Keystone No 2
mining claims
I direct that this notice be published in the
SALT LAKE EVENING DEMOCRAT the newspaper
published nearest the said mining claim for
the period of sixty days
H McMASTER Register
BIRD LOWE attorneys for applicants
MARSHALS SALE
Marshals Sale
TDURSUANT TO AN ORDER OF SALE TO ME
PURSUANT by the Third Judicial District
Court of the Territory of Utah I shall expose at
public sale at the Mont door of the County
Court House in the City of Salt Lake County
of Salt Lake and Territory of Utah on the Sth
day of January 1886 at 12 oclock m the fol
lowing described property situated in Salt
Lake county Utah Territory bounded as fol
lows towit Commencing at a point in the
centre of the water ditch 1 chain and 80 links
south and 16 links cast trom the northwest cor
ner of the northeast quarter of Section 10
Township 2 south of Range 1 east Salt Lake
meridian thence north 63 degrees east 4 chains
and 36 links to centre of county road thence
south 89 degrees 15 minutes east along the i
centre of said road 1 chain and 3J links thence
south 55 degrees west 3 chains and 55 links
more or less to centre of ditch first mentioned
thence north 53 degrees west along the centre
of said ditch 2 chains and 37 links to the place
of commencement containing 113 square rods
of ground more or less
Also commencing at said point in the centre I
of said water ditch 1 chain and SO links south
and 16 links east from said northwest corner of
the northeast quarter of said Section 10 thence
north 56 degrees east 4 chains and 20 links
more or less to centre of the county road
thence south 39 degrees 15 minutes east along
centre of said road 93 links thence north 68
degrees east 4 chains and 36 links more or less
to the place of commencement each being in
and a part of the northwest quarter of the I
northeast quarter said Section 10 Township
I and Range aforesaid
Together with all and singular tenements I
hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto
belonging or in anywise appertaining I
To be sold as the property Nell Neilsen
and others at the suit of Christine Brixen
Terms of sale CASH
L A IRELAND
Dated December 15 1ss U S Marshal
LEGAL NOTICES
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Notice for Publication
INo 214O1
LAND OFFICE AT SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
November 161S85 j
1tTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
NOTICE settler has filed notice of
her intention to make final proof in support of
her claim and that said proof will be made
before the Register and Receiver at Salt Lake
City on Saturday December Louisa
Howell Homestead Entry No 3638 and C681 for
the N t SEiandS4NEj4 Section 4 Town
ship N Range 2 W
She names the following witnesses to prove
her continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said land viz M Skeen R Howell Jas
Hutchins John Slater of Weber county Utah
II MCMASTER Register
BIRD LOWE Attorneys for Applicant
Notice for Publication
No 2154
LVND OFFICE AT SALT LAKE CITY UTAH j
December 418S5 l
A OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
131 followingnamed settler has filed notice
of his intention to make final proof in support
of his claim and that said proof will be made
before the Register and Receiver at Salt Lake
City on February 16th 1886 viz William P
Thompson Homestead Entry No 5121 for the
W i NW 4 Sec 28 Township 4 N Range 2 E
He namesthe following witnesses to prove his
YAl trargnb
continuous residence upon and cultivation of
said land viz L M SanfIeld Eren Olsen John
Eckstrom and Christ Hansen of Morgan coun
ty Utah H McMASTER Register
BIRD LOWE attorneys for applicant
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Notice
U S LAUD OFFICE SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
November 12th 1885 J
1OMPLAINT HAVING BEEN ENTERED AT
COMPLAINT by Andreas Mikkelsen against
James H Beckforabandoning his Homestead
> Entry No 6845 dated April SO 18S5 upon the
northeast quarter section 20 township 3 south
range 1 east in Salt Lake county Utah with a
view to the cancellation of said entry the said
parties are herebY summoned to appear at this
office on the 23rd day of December 1885 at 10
oclock a m to respond and furnish testimony
concerning said alleged abandonment
H MCMASTER Register
BIRD LOWE Attys for Contestant
Notice
U S LAND OFFICE SALT LAKE CITY UT ui
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November 271885
I COMPLAINT HAVING BEEN ENTERED AT
C this office by John P Kelly against P Ed
ward Connor for abandoning his Desert Entry
No 520 dated May 201881 upon the Lot 2 Sec
24 Lots 4 and 5 and fractional 4 8W Sec
23 Township 4 south Range 5 west in bode
county Utah Territory with a view to the can
cellation of said entry the said parties are
hereby summoned to appear at this office on
the 5th day of January 1886 at 10 oclock a in
to respond and furnish testimony concerning
said alleged abandonment
McMASTER Register
BIRD LOWE Attorney for Contestant
Notice of Assessment No6
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rpHE APEX MINING COMPANY LOCA
T Hon of principal place of business Salt
Lake City Utah Territory Notice is hereby
given that at a meeting of the Board of
Directors held on Wednesday the 25t > X
I day of November A D 1885 an assessment
I of three 3 cents per share was levied
upon the capital stockof the corporation pay
able Immediately Charles Read Treasurer
f of the company at his office No 11 E First
South street Salt LakeCitr Utah Any stock
I upon which this assessment may remain un
paiion Wednesday the 80th day of December
I A D 1885 will be delinquent and advertised
I forsaleatpublic auction and unless pajment
is made before will be sold on Wednesday the
I 20th day of January A D 1886 to pay the delin
r quent assessment together with costs of adver
tising and expenses of sale
I CHARLES READ
I Secretary of the Apex Mining Company
Office No 11 E First South street Salt Lake
I GIty Utah
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PATENT NOTICES
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Application Patent
Notice No 1339
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE
p SALT LAKE CITY UTAH October 13 1885
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT SIMON
L Bamberger of Salt Lake City Utah has
made application for a United States patent for
the Sovereign NO2 mining ilaim situate in
Ophir Mining District Tooele county Utah
Territory consisting of 5755 linear feet of
the lode and surface ground 270 feet wide
I being Lot No 157 and described in the field
notes and plat of the official survey on file in
this office with magnetic variation at 16 de
grees 40 minutes east as follows Commencing
at post No 1 a corner of the claim and running
thence south 50 degrees 30 minutes west 0537
feet to post No 2 from which U S Mineral
Monument No 6 bears north48 degrees 12 min
utes west l0495feet distant thence south 1
degree 40 minutes west 5755 feet to post No3
thence north 50 degrees 30 minutes east 358 7
feet to post No 4 thence north 1 degree 40 min
utes east 5755 feet to post No 1 the place of
beginning of exterior bounds the area claimed
being 3567 acres gu conflicts arehc said
mining claim beingof record in theoffiseof the
Recorder of said mining district at Ophir City
in Tooele county Utah The nearest knowa
locations being Sovereign Lot 155 Selah Lot
148 and Weston Let 109 claims in said mining
district
I direct that this notice be published in the
SALT LAKE EVENING DEMOCRAT the newspaper
published nearest the said mining claim for
the period of sixty days
H MCMASTER Register
R L HOWARD Attorney for applicant
Application for Patent
Notice I No 13441
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE
SALT LAKE CITY Utah October 15 199
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
I Honerine Mining Company by its legally
authorized agent Charles E Mitchener whose
postoffice address is Stockton Tooele County
Utah Territory has made application for a
United States Patent for the Victoria Lode
mining claim situate in Rush Valley Mining
District Tooele county utah Territory consist
ing of 1200 linear feet of the lode and snr
face ground ° M feet wide being Lot No 81
and described in the field notes and plat of the
official survey on file in this office with
magnetic variation at 17 degreas east
as follows Commencing at the discovery
point of said claim and running thence N 31
degrees east 550 feet to the center of the north
end line of the claim and thence N 73 degrees
W 1035 feet to Post No1 thence S 73 de
grees E 206 l feet to Post No 2 thence S 31 de
grees W 1200 feet to Post No3 thence N 78
degrees W 206 feet to Post No4 thence N 81
degrees E I 200 feet to Post No1 of the exterior
boundary lines of the surface ground of the
said claim containing an area of 4301
acres inclusive conflict with Lot 63 B the
Great Basin claim 1430 acres and after
excluding therefrom the areas in con
flict with Lot 62 the Elizabeth claim 1077
acres Lot 52 A the Quandary No 2 claim
g 51 ntfie
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0120 acres From the center of the N end line
of the said Victoria claim U S M M No S
bears S 49 degrees 08 minutes W 1096f feet dis
tant The nearest known locations are the
Governor Murray and Elizabeth mining claims
The said mining claim being of record in the
office of the Recorder of said mining district a
Stockton in Tooele county Utah
I direct that this notice be published in tho
SALT LAKE EVENING DEMOCRAT tho newspaper
published nearest the said mining claim for
the period of sixty days
H MCMASTER Register
BIRD LOWE Attorneys for Applicant
Application for Patent
Notice No 13451
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE
SALT LAKE CITY Utah October 15 188
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
11 Honerine Mining Company by Its legally
authorized agent Charles E Mitchener whose
postoffice address Is Stockton Tooele county
Utah Territory has made application for a
United States Patent for the Boston No 2
Lode mining claim situate in Rush Valley Min
ing District Tooele county Utah Territory
consisting of 810 linear feet of the lode and sur
face ground 200 feet wide being Lot No 82 and
described in the field notes and plat of the
official survey on file in this office with mag
netic variation at 17 degrees east as fol
lows Commencing at coiner post No1 of
the Boston No 2 claim running N 17 degrees E
200 feet to post No 2 thence 73 degrees W
810 feet to Post No 3 thence S 17 degrees W
200 feet to Post No 4 thence S 73 degrees E 810
feet to Post No1 of the exterior boundary
lines of the surface ground of this claim con
taining an area of 3185 acres after excluding
I therefrom the areas In conflict with Lot 53 the
Quandary claim 0301 acres and Lot 54 the
I Katherine claim 0233 acres From Post NoI
of the Boston No 2 mining claim U S M M
iNO 3 bears S 45 degrees 16 minutes W 14356 feet
distant The said mining claim being of record
in the office of theRecoraer of said mining dis
trict at Stockton in Tooele CountyUtah The
I nearest known locations being the Quandary
i Katherine Governor Murray and Silver Queen
mining claims
I direct that this notice be published in the
SALT LAKE EVENING DEMOCRAT the newspaper
published nearest the said mining claim for
the period of sixty days
H MCMASTER Register
BIRD LOWE Attorneys for Applicant
Application for Patent
INotice No 13461
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE
S VLT L VKE CITY Utah October 151885
TCrOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
No Honerine Mining Company by Its legally
authorized agent Charles E Mitchener whose
postoffice Utah has address made application is i Stockton for United Tooele county States
Patent for the Governor Hurray mining claim
situate in Rush Valley Mining District Tooele
county Utah Territory consisting of 1200 linear
feet of the lode and surface ground 200 feet
wide being Lot No 80 and described In the
field notes and plat of the official survey on
file in this office with magnetic variation at
17 degrees east as follows Commenc
ing at the discovery point of this claim and
running thence 73 degrees W 100 feet to cor
ner Post No1 thence S 73 degrees E200 feet to
Post No 2 thence N 17 degrees E 1200 feet to
Post No3 thence N 73 degrees W 200 feet to
Post No lr thence S 17 degrees W 1200 feet to
Post No I of the exterior boundary lines of the
surface ground of the said claim containing an
area of 4567 acres after excluding therefrom I
the area in conflict with Lot 63 A the Great
Basin claim 0942 acres and including the con I
flict with Lot 79 the Rambler mining claim
092 acres for which conflict there is now a suit
pending in a Court of competent jurisdiction
and subject to the issue of said suit From the
discovery point U S M M No 3 bears S 49
degrees 8 minutes W 109234 feet distant The
said mining claim being of record in the office
of the Recorder of said mining district at
Stockton in Tooele County Utah The near I
est known locations being the Great Basin
Honcrine and Rambler mining claims
I direct that this notice be published in the
SALT LAKE EVENING DEMOCRAT the newspaper
published nearest the said mining claim for
the period of sixty days
H McMASTER Register
BIRD LOWE Attorneys for Applicant
Application for Patent
Notice No 1371
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE
SALT LAKE CITY Utah October 231835
TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
NOTICE Mining Co by its President
andduly authorized agent R Alff whose post
office address is Salt Lake City Utah has made
application for a United States Patent for the
Sunshine mining claim situate in American
Fork Mining District Utah County Utah Ter
ritory consisting of 1500 linear feet of the lode
and surface ground 59986 feet wide being Lot
No 77 and described in the field notes and
plat of the official survey on file in this office
with magnetic variation at 16 degrees min
utes east as follows Commencin at the dis
covery point thence S 31 degrees V 400 feet
thence 75degrees 40 minutes W 3l81i feet
to Post No1 thence S 75 degrees 40 minutes E
6376 feet to Post No2 thence N S4 degrees E
376 3 feet to Post No 3 thence N 2 degrees 54
minutes E 11228 feet to Post No4 thence N 7 >
degrees 40 minutes W 612 feet to Post No5
thence S 2 degrees 54 minutes W 10772 feet to
Post No6 thence S 34 degrees W 4237 feet to
Post No1 the place of beginning of exterior
boundaries containing an area of 20C3 acres
from which the area in conflict with the Utah
lode Is expressly excepted and excluded leav
ing on area of 1948 acres applied for
inira i4haecrrIiP ei rY
From center of the rrIiP end line of claim
U SM M No1 bears south 27 degrees 21 min
utes east 5728 feet distant The said mining
claim being of record in the office of the re
corder of said Mining District at Forrest City
in Utah County Utah The nearest known lo
cations being Anna Utah and First
Chance
I direct that this notice be published in the
SALT LAKE EVENING DEMOCRAT the newspaper
published nearest the said mining claim for
the period ot sixty days
H McMASTER Register
T C B ULKY Attorney
Stockholders Meeting
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
NOTICE stockholders meeting of the Lucky
Boy Mining Company will be held at tile office
In Salt Lake City No 16 Commerce Building
on the 2d day of January 1886 for the purpose
of electing officers and transacting such other
business as may be for the interest of the com
pany BURTON N HARRISON Secretary
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