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14 TH SALT LAKE HERALD SUNDAY MARCH 8 1896SIXTEEjS PAGES
THE CHARMS OF
E OLD MONACO I
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JBusy Days For the Worlds Great
Gambling Resort
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I SOME OF ITS SECRETS
A GLIMPSR OF THE NEWEST PLY
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I Te Reviern Yachting Season Means
f Untold Gold For Its Strong Boxes
A Odd Prince Halcyon Days
r Arc at Hand Tlie Three Little
Towns Which Make Up the Mid
get Principality
NtCE Feb 25The halcyon days of
Monte Carlo the best managed gamb
ling house the world over are at hand
March is always the best month in the
t year for the owners and stockholders
of this wonderful gambling place as
the hordes of wealthy visitors who
swoop down to the lovely Riviera to
I escape the bleak winds of the most
unkind month seldom leave without
contributing something to the coffers
of the bank
I Next to San Marino the tiniest re
public in the world the Province of
Monaco is entitled to the honor of be
ing the second smallest but it is a
thousand times more famous The lit
tle trat of land of five and three
quarters square miles not as big a the
front yard of some of the great Texas
ranchers and with a miniature army
I of 126 men is the center of more gold
than the greatest bonanza mine ever
I discovered I is only nine miles from
t here but those who visit the Riviera
solely for the pleasure of play prefer
I to stoo at some of the hotels abound
ing m the tiny dominion of the prince
r of Monaco
I Each year the gambling houses give
big sums for yacnt racing prizes To
win one of these the cleverest and
I richest yachtsmen in Europe fit out
their racers and sail down to the Med
i iterranean Royalty the nobility and
I all the offshoots of aristocratic Europe
t take part in these races and thousands
I come to mingle in the gay crowd This
year the managers of the game have
appropriated 7o000 for yacht and pi
geon shot prizes I they do not get it
back again one thousand times over it
tmes
l wiI1 be regarded as a failure
A MISLEADING TITLE
There is no hint of the roal business
of the company operating the gamb
ling house in its legal title of which
the English translation is The com
pany of Sea Baths and Club of For
eigners There is a bathing house at
Monaco but i is merely incidental I
the stockholders depended upon it for
receipts they would not get 40 per cent
dividends on their investment as they
have for a number of years past even
after the stock has been watered in a
most generous fashion
Much gola is expected to flow into the
stroag boxes of the bank while the
yachting crowd Is here and usual pre
parations have been made for accom
modating those v no have a fancy for
the green cloth The old play rooms
have been remodeled and redecorated I
and are more beautiful than ever The I
roulette tables lave been readjusted I
and balanced to the thousandth part i
of an inch Big play is expected and
i is almost a certainty that before
maY weeks have passed the outside
world will hear of some fabulous win
nings or losings News of winnings
will travel more widely than the news
of losses for it is a part of the Monte
Carlo system to magnify the winnings
i and hush up or minimize the losings
I I i a clever bait to set before the
F world and more gold pours in as a re
t t sultMum
Mum has been said against Monte
Carlo and the evil it has worked I
has a few things in its favor however
which are generally lost sight of The
t first of these is that every player
whether he be prince or pauper must
t play with cash When his cash is ex
I hausted he must stop No credit is
given an IOU is unknown and a note
I i i indorsed refused by a Rothschild would be politely
The uninitiated perhaps can see
nothing commendatorfy in that But
othng commendatory
just look into i a moment The man
seized with the gambling
I or woman seIze wih mblng
fever and venturing into a stock ex
change can get credit give notes mort
I gage property and do anything until
L 3jis or her fortune is entirely consum
ed All this kind of gambling there is
TIO limit to what the players may risk
BItt whn the player is confined to
cash as at Monte Carlo there is a
1 bard and fast limit Few persons go
there with their entire fortunes in
cash otherwise 3 rich man might go
there and leave a pauper How many
tforltties this rule has protected I is
< 3Ifllrjlt to estimate A player cleaned
out of his cash may leave with the in
tention of goirg away to convert his
property into cash ind return a speed
ily a possible Sow of them do this
A 3KJt with a great many common sense
takes the place of the gambling fever
1 Before they are many miles distant
from the play room
frm course this rule was npt estab j j
It
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llshed for philanthropic reasons The I
business of the bank i to make money
over the green cloth Sentiment plays
no Dart in the transaction It was
tasacton
I wa
I simply established to protect the con
cern against swindlers and frauds and
the bank saves more in the long an
than It loses
THE EXPERIENCED PLAYERS
Experienced players the men and
women who visit Monte Carlo every
spring set a loss limit before leaving
for the Riviera This may be 1000
francs according to their resources
For twelve years a well known London
money lender has been a regular pat
ron of the bank He is a hard headed
I man but he loves the excitement of the
play room He has always set a loss
limit of 60000 francs and a soon as
that is gone he packs up and goes home
He always comes with the expectation
of remaining four weeks I the 60000
francs last that length of time he is
satisfied In 1891 he was cleaned out
the first day as he played the highest
limit 12500 francs In three years out
of the twelve he ha returned to Lon
don ahead of the bank But in all he
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has lost 500000 francs and he says i
he lives twelve years longer he will
probably lose 500000 francs more and
perhaps 720000 francs He is a sample
of thekind of men and their name is
legion who contribute 5000000 profit
every year to the Monte Carlo estab
lishment
lishmentA
A CAREFUL PRINCE
The Prince of Monaco is a clever man
and possesses some estimable qualities
The regular population of his domain
is 15000 but not one of these has ever
wagered a single franc in the gambling
house There is a strict law which pro
hibits any of the princes subjects from
gambling and if any of them violate it
they would have to suffer and the bank
would pay a heavy fine The evil or
gambling is a serious thing in the e e
of the prince when it relates to his own I
affairs but with the foreigners i is I
quite a different matter
There is a lot of rot written annually
about this place For instance it is a
common thing to hear of the thou
sands of francs which are spent to hush
up the Paris newspapers when some
prince or lordling has committed sui
cide because of his losses at Monte
Carlo As a matter of fact suicides are
very scarce there Then again it is
said all these newspapers are at the
beck and call of the prince and will
print whatever he wants I is true
that the establishment annually spends
a vast sum on the newspapers 00000
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THE NEW PLAY ROOM
I francs being set aside for the press
The money is spent not to suppress
legitimate news but to head off the
publication of ruinous fakes
I Stories of Imaginary suicides horrible
ble scandles and dreadful crimes are
often printed by the papers which do
not get e share of the SOOOOO francs
and these stories all try to show that
Mcnte Carlo was the cause of all the
trouble This of course is hurtful ito
the bank and i pays liberally to be
let alone I is a pretty certain sign
when a French paper keeps barking
at the bank that i want to be placed
ed on the pay roll That is where the
average French and American news
paper differs widely
A HAPPY PEOPLE
The population of Monaco La Conda
mine and Monte Carlo the three little
towns which make up the midget prin
cipality have a delightful existence
surrounded by every convenience and
comfort practically without expense to
th m for the bank pays all They
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have no politics no newsna er is
published within the principality they
are never bothered to hold so much as
a ward meeting Their small territory
is traversed by some of the finest roads
in the world on which none of them
are obliged to spend a sixpence
Their public ways and means and
their private life are protected by an
admirable body of Dolce maintained
without any taxation upon them They
are supplied with excellent water by
waterworks which have never cost
them a penny nor are they even put
to the expense of keeping up the ad
mirable illumination of the public
places and street which at night give
a fairylike aspect to the whole pan
orama of the three towns which
stretch from cliff to cliff in a semi
circle of picturesque grandeur along
the lofty shores of the beautiful boy
A WASTED TEX DOLLAR BILL
A thin plate of silver has recently been
forwarded to the authorities of the re
demption department in the surface of
which a 510 certificate has been pressed
in such a way that it had become incor
porated with the metal A statement ac
companied it to the effect that a work
man in a silversmiths factory had acci
dentally dropped the bill upon the plate
of silver while the latter was passing
through a rolling machine A fresh 10
Chronicle bill was sent to the loserSan Francisco
THE UNEXPECTED GUEST
V Little Child Wanders Into the
Dance to Get Something to Play
AVltn I
An unexpected guest wandered through
the doors of the First regiment armory
last night while the orchestra was play
ing the dreamy strains of one of
Strauss melodies A tiny 3yearold boy
clothed in a little woven nightdress and
crocheted slippers and with a cluster of
golden curls on his head walked into
the midst of the dancers aS a token of
good cheer A smile of pleasure was on
the little face as he looked at the bril
liant lights and flashing uniforms The
little child clapped his hands and
laughed with delight In a instant the
dance was stopped and a crowd of pretty I
girls and young men gathered about the
little tot While the girls hugged him
the young men inquired whence he came
Officer Relsenweber took tha child in his
arms as he asked
What is your name baby
fellow Arthur Martin Best listed the little
And what Is your fathers name
asked Officer Reisenweber
My papas name is Alderman Martin
Best and then the little fellow laughed
again A directory was procured and it
was found Alderman Best lived at No
1452 Michigan avenue There the officer
went with the little alderman junior in
his arms The aldermans home is two
llocks away from the armory and down
the icy street and over the Illinois Cen
tral railroad tracks at Fifteenth street
the little wanderer had gone all alone
in search of someone to play with
When the house was reached the front
door was found ajar The officer walked
Into the parlor and as soon a the gas
was turned up Arthur Martin Best spied
the photographs on the mantel Theres
my mamma and my papa and Gertie
and Cousin Frank said he and theyre
alt away down town
Five minutes ringing of door bell
and considerable pounding Ion the floor
proved tho child had spoken the truth
for no one was found at home The little
chap ha got up out of bed anil opened
the front door which was locked only by
the latchlock and had walked out Into
tIle tc t 5
ir i
NOTIGE TO CREDITORS
NOTICE TO CREDITORS ESTATE
of Joseph r Watson deceased Notice
Is hereby given by the undersigned ad
ministrator of the estate of Joseph M
Watson deceased to the creditors of
and all persons having claims against
the said deceased to exhibit them with
the necessary vouchers within ten
months after the first publication of this
notice to the said administrator Samuel
notce
M Barat at his home at No 75 North
West Temple Salt Lake City Utah in
the county of Salt Lake
S M BARRATT
Administrator of estate of Joseph M
Watson deceased
Dated February 2 1896
NOTICE TO CREDITORSESTATE
of Andrew T Case deceased Notice is
hereby given by the undersigned admin
istrators of the estate of Andrew T
Case deceased to the creditors of and
all persons having claims against the
said deceased to exhibit them with the
necessary vouchers within ten months
after the first publication of this notice
to the said administrators at the office
of Darke Anderson Hooper block Salt
Lake City in the county of Salt Lake
EBER CASE
HYRUM CASE
Administrators of the estate of Andrew
T Case deceased
Dated March 1
1896
Darke Anderson attorneys for ad
ministrators
ADMINISTRATORS SAE
AUMiJNSTKATORS SALE NOTICE IS
hereby given that in pursuance of an order
of the Third Judicial district court of the
state or Utah county of Salt Lake made
on the 7th day of February A D 1896 in
the matter of the estate of Samuel J
Thomas deceased the undersigned the
administrator of the said estate will sell
at public auction to the highest bidder
for cash lawful money of the United
States and subject to confirmation by
mid district court on Thursday the 12th
day of March A D 1896 at twelve oclock
noon at the west front door of thecoun
ty court house of Salt Lake county in
Salt Lake city state of Utah all the
right title interest and estate of the
EWi Samuel J Thomas at the time of his
death and all the right title and Interest
that the said estate ha by operation of
law or otherwise acquired other than or
in addition to that of said Samuel J
Thomas at the tune of his death in and
to all that certain lot piece or parcel of
land situate lying and being in the
Pleasant Green county of Salt Lake and
state of Utah and particularly described
as follows towit Commencing at the
southeast corner of section twentynine
29 township one W south of range two
Ci west of the Salt Lake meridian and
running thence west twenty 20 rods
thence north one hundred and sixty iiem
rods thence east twenty 20 rods thence
south one hundred and sixty 160 rods to
the place of commencement containing
twenty acres of land Also commencing
at a point twenty 20 rods west of the
northeast corner of the southeast quarter
oC section twentynine 2 township one
I south of range two 2 west Salt Lake
meridian and running thence west twenty
20 rods thence south 160 one hundred
and sixty rods thence east twenty 20
rods thence north one hundred and sixty
100 rods to the place of beginning con
tp4nlng twenty 20 acres of land Also
tne following described personal property
towlt One old ice plow one old wagon
one set double harness one old land plow
one span of horses twenty shares of the
t Paan oJallori nit
he I
Utah and Salt Lake Canal company one
third Interest in a set of ice tools and
outm Terms and conditions of sale
cash ten per cent of the purchase price
to be paid on day of pale balance on
confirmation of sale by said district court
Deed at expense of purchaser
LUDWIG BOHLING
Administrator of Estate of Samuel J
Thomas Deceased
Dated February 15 1896
James H Moyle Attorney for Estate
TRUSTEES SALE I i
NOTICE OF SALE UNDER TRUST
deed Whereas John W Taylor and his
wife May L Taylor on the 20th day of
October 1892 executed and gave their
promissory note whereby they promise
to pay the Deseret Savings bank of Salt
Lake city one year after date the sum
of three thousand dollars payable in
United States gold coin with interest at
the rate of ten per cent per annum
from date until paid and
Whereas said note has not been paid
and the said Deseret Savings bank is
now the owner thereof and
Whereas at the same time said note
was made the said John W Taylor and
May L Taylor then and there conveyed I
in fee simple to James T Little certain
property hereinafter described in trust
however to more fully secure f aid note
and interest
That among other covenants in said
trust deed said grantors agreed that
they would pay said note and interest
when due
That in default of such payment of
either principal dr interest in accordance
with the terms of said note said fsirty
of the second part in said leed named
towit James T Little is empowered to
proceed to sell said property described
in said deed at public vendue to the
highest bidder for cash either party to I
said deed being at liberty to become the
purchaser at said sale at the banking I
house of the Deseret Savings bank at
Salt Lake city Utah after first giving
twenty days notice of the time terms I
place of sale and description of property
to be sold and upon said sale the party
of the second part the undersigned is
authorized to deliver a deed or deeds in
fee simple to the purchaser or purchasers
of said property and out of the proceeds
pay said note and interest and costs and I
expenses of said trust and sale Includ
ing a proper attorneys fee and I
Whereas said deed was duly signed ack I
nowledged and delivered and the same
was duly recorded on the 15th day of No
vember 1892 in the county records of
Salt Lake county book 3 L of mortgages
page 562
Now therefore I the undersigned
James T Little trustee in accordance
with the power in me vested in the deed I
aforesaid at the request of the holder of
said note on the 28th day of March
1896 at 1 oclock noon of that day at
the banking room of the Deseret Say
ings bank corner East Temple and First
South streets in Salt Lake city will sell
all the right title and interest that said
John W Taylor and May L Taylor had
held or enjoyed at the time said trust
deed was given or acquired by them
since that period in or to the land de
scribed in said deed and as follows to
witAll of the north half of lot 13 In block
42 ten acre plat A Big Field survey
Salt Lake county Utah for the purpose
purpse
of paying said note and interest and
costs and expenses as in said deed pro
vided
Dated this 3rd day of March 1896
JAMES T LITTLE
Trustee
NOTICE OF SALE UNDER TRUST
deedWhereas John Y Rich on the 16th
day of September 1892 executed and
gave his promissory note whereby he
promised to pay to the Deseret Savings
bank of Salt Lake city six months after
date the sum of twelve thousand two
hundred dollars in United States gold
coin with interest at the rate of ten per
cent per annum from date until paid
andWhereas said note has not been paid
and the said Deseret Savings bank is
now the owner thereof and
Whereas at the same time said note
was made the said John Y Rich unmar
ried then and there conveyed in fee
simple to James T Little certain pro
perty hereinafter described in trust
however to more fully secure said note
and interest
That among other covenants in said
trust deed said grantors agreed that
they would pay said note and interest
when due
In ntnH nl 5 l
u 1 < aaUH U uI 11 IUU U
either principal or interest in accordance
with the terms of said note said party
of the second part in said deed named
towit James T Little is empowered to
proceed to sell said property described in
said deed at public vendue to the high
est bidder for cash either party to said
deed being at liberty to become the pur
chaser at said sale at the banking house
of the Deseret Savings bank < at Salt
Lake city Utah after first giving twen
ty days notice of the time terms place
of sale and description of property to be
sold and upon said sale the party uf the
second part the undersigned is author
ized to deliver a deed or deeds in fee
simple to the purchaser or purchasers of
said property and
W1tereasic deed was duly signed ack
nowledged and delivered and the tame
was duly recorded on the 17th day of
September 1892 in the county records of
Salt Lake county book 3 L of mortgage
pages 213214
Now therefore I the undersigned
James T Little trustee in accordance
with the power In me vested In the deed
aforesaid at the request of the holder
of said note on the 2Sth day of March
1896 at 12 oclock noon of that day at
the said banking house of the Deseret
Savings bank corner of East Temple
1 f
and First South streets Salt Lake city
will sell all the right title and interest
that said John Y Rich had held or en
joyed at the time said trust deed was
given or acauired by him since that pe
riod of in or to the land in said trust
deed required and as follows towit
< l of lots 7 1 and 13 and part of lot
6 in block 2 ten acre plat A Big Field
survey Salt Lake county Utah territory
the of said lot 6 is
tory part particu
larly described as follows towit Com
mencing at the northeast corner of said
lot 6 and running thence south thirty
one and thirtytwo one hundredths rods
ros
thence west fortysix rods thence north
thirtyone and thirtytwo onehundredths
rods thence east fortysix rods to the
place of beginning excepting from said
sale the following Commencing at the
northwest corner of lot 7 block 2 ten
acre plat A Big Field survey and run
ning thence east nine and S961COO rods
thence south twenty and 21100 rods
thence west nine and 8961000 rods thence
north twenty and 21100 rods to the place
of beginning for the purpose of paying
said note and interest and costs as in
said deed provided
Dated this 3rd day of March 1896
JAMES T LITTLE
Trustee
ASSESSMENT NOTICE
lSSr + > rr + < +
ASSESSMENT NOTICENOTICE IS
hereby given that at a meeting of the
directors of the Little Pittsburg Mining
company whose principal office is at Salt
Lake City Utah held at the office of
the company February 21 1896 an as
sessment of ia cent per share was levied
on the capital stock of the corporation
payable on or before March 2 1896 to
Chas E Hudson secretary at No 43
West Second South street Salt Lake
City Utah Any stock on which this as
sessment shall remain unpaid on the 28th
day of March 1S96 will be delinquent I
and advertised for sale at public auc i
tion and unless payment is made before
ton
will be sold on the 8th day of April I
1556 to pay the delinquent assessment
together with costs of advertising and I
I
expense of sale
CHAS E HUDSON
Secretary I
43 West Second South street Salt I
Lake City Utah
Salt Lake City February 24th 1896
ASSESSMENT NOTICE MOUNTAIN i
Summer Resort company Notice is here
by given that at a meeting of the board
of directors of the Mountain Summer Re
sort company held on the 2nd day of
January 1896 an assessment of twenty I
20 dollars per share was levied on the
capital stock of the corporation payable
on or before Wednesday February 5th
189o to the treasurer at his office No 36
South Main street Salt Lake City Utah
Any stock upon which said assessment I
shall remain unpaid on the said 5th day
of February 1896 shall become delia
ciuent and advertised for sale and un
less payment Is made before will be I
sold at public auction on February 25th
1896 at 12 oclock noon at the aforesaid
office to pay the assessment together
with costs of adertising and expense of
sale By order of the board of directors
CHAS B FELT
Secretary
In accordance with the law and order o
the board of directors made on the 4tl
day of February 189G the time of th
advertising of delinquent stock Is post
poned to March 2nd iSIS
CHAS B FELT
Secretary
In accordance with the law and order
of the board of directors made on the
21th day of February ISiS the time of
the advertising of delinquent stock is
postponed to March 27 1S96
C B FELT Secretary
ASSESSMENT NOTICETHE SEARS
Jeremy company a corporation princi
pal place of business 6 West First South
street Salt Lake city Utah Notice is
hereby given that at a meeting of the
board of directors of the Sears Jeremy
company held February 12 iSIS an as
sessment of fifty cents per share was
levied on the capital stock of the corpora
tion payable to J Boehmer secretary of
the company at 58 West First South
street Salt Lake city Utah on or be
fore the 31st day of March 1896 Any
stock upon which the assessment may re
main unpaid on the list day of March
1896 will be delinquent and advertised for
sale at public auction and unless pay
ment is made before will be sold on the
30th day of April 1896 to pay the de
linquent assessment together with the
cost of advertising and expense of sale
J BOEHMER Secretary
58 West First South street
Salt Lake city Utah
Dated February 26 iSIS
TRUSTEES SALE
NOTICE OF SALE UNDER DEED OF
trust Whereas Etta Calder David G
Calder Sarah E Calder Samuel H Cal
der Sarah A Calder and Daniel H UaIcier
their certain deed of trust
by dated October
tober 20th 1892 and recorded in the office
of the county recorder of Salt Lake
County State of Utah on the 24th day of
October 1592 in Book 3 L of mortgages
on page 561 records of said county con
veyed to James 1 Little trustee the fol
lowing described real estate situate in
Salt Lake City and County State of Utah
towit An undivided onehalf of all that
certain piece or parcel of land situate ly
lying and being m the city and county of
Salt Lake State of Utah and
Uth particu
parlcu
larly described as follows towit All
of block seventeen 17 as platted in plat
D Sal Lake City survey containing
four hundred 400 square rods of ground
Also an undivided onefourth of all that
certain piece UC parcel UL lila situate ly
ing and being In the city and county of
Salt Lake State of Utah and particularly
described as follows towit Beginning at
a point thirtynine 39 feet Begnning the
northeast corner of lot five 5 block six
tynine 6 plat A Salt Lake City sur
vey running thence west thirty 3 feet
thence south one hundred and fifteen 115
feet thence east thirty 30 feet thence
north one hundred and fifteen 115 feet
to the point of beginning containing 3450
square feet the same being the whole in
terest of said grantors David G Cal
der and Etta Calder in said land sub
ject however to the agreement that in
case partition or division of the property
first described herein and in said deed be
hereafter made that the purchaser shall
take as their share and interest in the
same the south half of said block In trust
however to secure the payment of its cer
tain promissory note In the sum of 15
00000 payable three years after date to
gether with interest thereon at the rate of
eight per cent per annum from date there
of until paid payaule quarterly yearly
said note being payable to the Des
oret Savings batik the party of the third
part In said trust deed and being de I
scribed In said trust deed which said
trust deed provides that In case default
be made in the payment of said note or
any part thereof as the same becomes
due and payable then the said trustee
was thereby find therein authorized and
empowered to sell and dispose of the said
premises or so much thereof as might
be necessary at public vendue to the
highest bidder of cash either of the par
ties to said deed being at liberty to be
come the purchaser at said sale at the
banking house of the said the Deseret Sa
vings bank in Salt Lake City Utah first
giving twenty days notice of the time I
terms and place of such sale and a description
script n of the property to be sold by
advertisement in some newspaper printed
in the English language published in Salt
Lake city Utah and whereas no part
of said note has been paid except Interest
thereon down to the 5th day of August
1895 and whereas all of the principal of
said note with Interest thereon from the
5th day of August 1895 has been long
since due and unpaid and now remain
wholly unpaid and said the Deseret Sav
ings bank the legal owner and holder
of said note has notified me of said non
payment of said principal sum and said
interest and ha requested me to sell
said real estate In accordance with the
provisions of said deed of trust to pay
said principal sum due on said note and
the Interest accrued thereon and the
costs of this sale including reasonable
compensation to said trustee and ia rea
5 nh1n nH no fon + isfrn T
the a undersigned < James Nnn T Little under
the terms and by the authority of said
deed of trust and at the request of said
holder of said promissory note secured
thereby do hereby give notice that I will
on Friday the 13th day of March 1896 at
12 oclock noon on said date at the bank
ing house at said the Deseret Savings I
bank corner of Main and First South
streets in Salt Lake city Utah sell the
said real estate or so much thereof as is
necessar at public vendue to the high
est bidder for cash either of the parties
to said trust deed being at liberty to bid
at said sale as therein provided to pay
the expenses of said trust including a
reasonable attorneys fee and compen
sation to said trustee for his services and
the amount remaining unpaid on said
note with interest thereon at eight per
cent per annum from the 5th day of
August 1895 to date of sale and will
make conveyance to the purchaser of said
premises
Dated February 18th 1S96
JAMES T LITTLE Trustee
James H Moyle Attorney for Trustee
TRUSTEES SALE NOTICE IS
hereby given that under the power con
tained in a certain trust deed executed
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and delivered June 27 A D 1893 by William
ad delveld 2 18
liam Middlemass and Roseland Middle
mass both of Salt Lake county Utah to I
me Fred W Rose of the same place as
trustee to secure the payment of a prom
issory note executed and delivered on
the same day by the said William Mid
dlemass to Melissa D Clinton and C L
Clinton of the same place for 90000 with
Interest thereon from its date at twelve
per cent par annum before and after
judgment payable quarterly which trust
deed was recorded in the office of the
county recorder of Salt Lake county
Utah In Book 4 E of mortgages on page
457 on the 28th day of June 1893 and
covered the real estate herein after de
scribed now therefore at the request of
the said Melissa D Clinton and C L
Clinton who are the owners and holders
of said note and trust deed and because
default has been made In the payment of
said note and the interest thereon since
the 27th day of December A D 1895 and
the said owners and holders of said note
have according to its terms declared the
principal due I the said trustee will on
Wednesday March 11 1896 0412 oclock
noon at the west front door of the county
court house of Salt Lake county Utah
sell at public vendue to the highest bidder
for cash and will apply the proceeds of
the sale on said indebtedness above
named and the costs of sale including a
reasonable compensation to the trustee
and his attorneys and unpaid taxes In
surance or mechanics liens the follow
ing described real estate situate in Salt
Lake county Utah towit Begin
ning at a point twelve feet south
and fifteen feet west from the
northeast corner of lot 3 block
30 plat A Salt Lake city survey thence
south 98 feet thence west 3 feet thence
south 98 feet thence west 3 feet thence
place of beginning Together with a right
of way commencing at the southeast cor
ner of said lot 3 thence west 15 feet
thence north 330 feet thence east 15 feet
thence south 330 feet to the place of begin
ning also commencing at a point lit
feet north and 15 feet west from the
southeast corner of said lot 3 thence
west 150 feet thence north 220 feet thence
east 150 feet thence south i2 feet thence
west 3 feet thence south 190 feet thence
east 138 feet thence south 1 feet to the
place of beginning and will sell all rights
of redemption thereto and will execute to
the purchaser or purchasers a deed or
deeds in fee simple of the property sold
Dated at Salt Lake City and County
Utah February 17 1896
F W ROSE Trustee
Zane Costlgan attorneys
NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY THE
City Council of Salt Lake City State of
Utah of the intention of such Council to
make the following described Improve
ment towit Extending and laying sewer
along the following named street On the
south sido of First South street from its
intersection with Sixth East street to Its
intersection with Twelfth East street and
defray the cost thereof estimated at 3
per linear or front foot or five thousand
and sixtytwo dollars and twenty cents
506220 by a local assessment upon the
blocks lots parts of lots and pieces of
ground within sewer district No 1 being
the property lots parts of lots and
pieces of ground within said district to be
affected or benefitted by said Improve
ment namely lots 5 6 7 and 8 block
5 plat B lots 5 and 6 block 5 plat
E lots 5 G 7 and 8 block 5 plat B
lots 5 and 6 block 56 plat B lots 5 and
8 and part of lots 6 and 7 block 2 plat
F lot 5 block 30 plat F lots 1 15
16 17 18 19 20 21 2 23 24 2 and 26
block 2 Ehrichs subdivision of block 30
plat F Salt Lake City survey All pro
tests and objections to the carrying out
of such intention to make said Improve
ment must be presented in writing to the
city recorder on or before tne i7th day of
March 1896 being the time set by said
council when i will her and consider
such objections as may be made thereto
By order of the City Council of Salt Lake
1896 City State of Utah made January 28th
1896DAVID
DAVID S EMERY City Recordec
Sewer Intention No 2
DELINQUENT ASSESSMENT NOTICE
DELINQUENT ASSESSMENT NO
tlce The Ada Consolidated Mining
company Location of principal place of
business Salt Lake city Utah territory
Location of mines Fish Springs mining
district Juab county Utah There are
delinquent upon the following shares of
stock on account of assessment No 5
levied on the 26th day of December 1893
tho several amounts set opposite the
names of the respective stockholders
Name No Shares Amt
Peter J Reid 17500 575 0
A P Fordham I 100 100
J V Davy 100 Z r
S D Huntsman 250 250
J J Thomas 625 625
and In accordance with the law and the
I order of the board of directors so many
shares of each parcel of the above
enumerated stock as may be necessary
will be sold at the office of the company
37 to 43 West First South street Salt
Lake city Utah on the 25th day of
February 1896 at 3 oclock p m to pay
the delinquent assessment together with
the cost of advertising and expense of
sale J F BENNETT
Secretary
DELINQUENT ASSESSMENT NO
TICE Lucky Bill Mining company No
tice There are delinquent upon the fol
lowing described stock on account of an
assessment No 17 of 2 cents per share
levied on the 16th day of January 1896
the several amounts set opposite the
severa
names of the respective shareholders as
follows I
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Name
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Cutler Jos G estate 2070 11 40
Dowden Edwin < 53 1 < 0 SO 0
Felt J G 3 2000 4000
Felt J G 30 1000 2000
Hedberg A L 80a 500 1000
Johnson Clara 38a 210 42 0
Nylund Nick 6 1
Watkins Ernest so 160
Unissued
And In accordance with law and an
order of the board of directors made on
January 16 1896 so many shares of each
parcel of such stock as may be neces
sary will be sold at the office of the
company No 56 Main street Salt Lake
City Utah on the 14th day of March
iSIS at the hour of 11 a m to pay de
linquent assessment together with cost
of advertising and expense of sale
G A GIBBS
Secretary Lucky Bill Mining company
Salt Lage City February 25th 18U6
NOTICE
PROPOSALS FOR FRESH BEEF AND
mutton Office Chief Commissary De
partment of the Colorado Denver Colo
March 2 lf > 96 Sealed proposals in tripli
cate subject to usual conditions will be
received here or at offices of commis
saries at lollowing posts until 11 a m
March 31 1896 and then opened for fur
nishing the fresh beef ana mutton from
the block that may b required at these
posts by the subsistence department U
S army during fiscal year commencing
July 1 1896 Forts Apache 115000 Ibs
Grant 84000 Ibs Huachuca 115000 lbs
and Whipple barracks ArIa 85000 lbs
Bayard 114000 lbs and Wingate N M
87UOO lbs Logan Colo 191000 lbs
Douglas 159000 lbs and Duchesne Utah
37 000 lbs also for subpost of San Car
los Ariz 16000 lbs Quantities above
given are approximately those required
for Issue only Sales to officers enlisted I
men and others at the post are in addi
tion thereto Fresh beef shall be in good
ton 5 u j 51 514 n MHn +
quality anu UUHUIUVH < xui iiiiiucvAju > io
use and from fore and hind quarter
meats proportionately Including all best
cuts thereof Fresh mutton shall b of
good fat and marketable quality from
wethers over one and under three years
old Beef and mutton to be dressed and
trimmed and delivered as prescribed in
uucuiur ol ia truc loiia proposals ubc
ilsU received stating price at tcnich bidder will
deliver fresh bfrf cr mutton of character above
stated andto be delivered of temperature
qrecitcr than 50 degrfet Fahrenheit Prefer
ence given to articles of domestic production
duction cost and quality being equal
ducton fualy
Government reserves right to reject any
or all bids or parts thereof and to
al any informalities therein Instruo
Hans furnished on application to commissaries
missaries of above named poss or to
EDWARD E DRAVO Capt Chief
Comy
PROBATE COURT ORDERS
DISTRICT COURT THIRD JUDICIAL
District State of Utah County of Salt
Lake Probate Division In the matter of
the estate and guardianship of John F
Miller minor Order to show cause why
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order of sale or real estate should not be S
made Rachel S Miller the guardian of
the person and estate of John F Miller
minor having filed for petition herein
duly verified praying for an order of sale
of a portion of the real estate of said
minor for the purposes therein set forth
I Is hereby ordered that the next of kin
of the ward and all persons interested in
tho estate of said minor appear before
the said District Court Probate Division
on Saturday the 21st day of March 1S9G
at 10 oclock in the forenoon of said day
at the court room of said division of said
court at the city and county building In
the city and county of Salt Lake Utah
to show cause why a order should not
e granted to the said guardian to sell so
much of the real estate of the said minor
at private sale a shall be necessary and
that a copy of this order be published at
least three successive weeks in the Salt
Lake Herald a dally newspaper printed
and published in said city and county
Dated By the Febmar 19th iSIS
LE GRAND YOUNG Judge
Bennett Harkness Howat and Bradley
attorneys for guardian
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STOCKHOLDERS MEETING 5 j
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A
stockholders meeting of the Gold Mount
am Mining and Milling company will be
held at the law office compny W Judd
being the general office of said company
in the city 0J Salt Lake state of Utah
on the 20th day of March A D 1896 at
ten o cock a m The object A said meet
ing will be to consider and vote upon the
following questions whicfT will come be
fore said meeting FIrstA proposition or
resolution to purchase certain additional
mining properties and mining ma
chinery in said resolutions < sped
resolutons
spec
fed SecondA proposition or resolu
i propositon
ton to change or amend the articles of
incorporation of said company whereby it
Is proposed to increase the capital stock of
said company from fifty thousand dollars
ffy
to five million dollars and to Issue full
paid stock for the amount of said pro
posed increased capital in payment oC
said additional mining properties and ma
chinery so proposed to be purchased
ThirdTo adopt bylaws for the govern
ment of said corporation and consider
such other questions as may properly
come before said meeting
CHARLES F WHITE
President
M L WHEELEP
Secretary
Dated February 17 1896
UTAH DEMOCRATIC CLUB THE
date of the annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Utah Democratic club will
be held at room No 201 McCornlck wl
ns corner Main and First South streets
Salt Lake City Utah at 730 p m on
the 19th day of March 1896 for the pur
paso of electing a board of trustees for
the ensuing year and the transaction of <
such other business as may properly
come before us GEO D ALDER Secretary
Salt Lake City Utah Feb 2 1895
STOCKHOLDERS MEETING NO
ice is hereby given that a meeting of
the stockholders of the Margate Invest
ment company will be held at its office
No 40 South Main street Salt Lake City
state of Utah Tuesday the 31st day of
March 1896 at 730 oclock pm for the
purpose of considering the renewal of a
certain contract with one E W Senior
and any other business that might come
up properly before the meeting
H S MARGETTS
F E MARGETTS President
Secretary
OREGON SHORT LINE UTAH
Northern Railway company Stock 4
holders meeting Notice is hereby
given that the annual meeting oC
the stockholders of the Oregon
Short Line Utah Northern
Railway company for the election of
nine directors and for the transaction
of such other business as may legally
come before the meeting will be held at
room No 41 Hooper building Salt Lake
City Utah on Wednesday the 18th day
of March 1896 at 10 oclock a m The
stock transfer books will close at the
close of business on the 29th day of Feb
ruary 1S96 and reopen on the day follow
ing the annual meeting or any adjourn
ment thereof
ALEX MILLAR Secretary
Boston February 17 1895
STOCKHOLDERS MEETING MOUN
taln Lake Mining company location of
mines head of Big Cottonwood Canyon
Salt Lake County Utah The date of the
annual meeting having passed a special
meeting of the stockholders of the
Mountain Lake Mining company will be
held at room twelve Deseret National
Bank Building corner Main and First
South streets Salt Lake City Utah at 4
oclock p m on the 10th day of March
1896 for the purpose of electing a board
of directors for the ensuing year and
also to consider the advisability of amend
ing the articles of Incorporation by
striking out section l2t of said articles
and Inserting In lieu thereof the follow
Ing The capital stock of this corpora
tion shall be assessable Said meeting
will also transact such other business as
may properly come before it
JAMES H MOYLE
Secretary
Dated Salt Lake City Utah February
17th 1SS6
MOTJCE TO CREDITORS
NOTICE TO CREDITORS ESTATE
of John J Denslow deceased Notice 13
hereby given by the undersigned admin
stratrix of the estate of John J Denslow
deceased to the creditors of and all per
sons having claims against the said de
ceased to exhibit them with the necessary
vouchers within four months after the
first publication of this notice to the
said administratrix at the office of Ben
nett Marshall and Bradley 163 South
Main street Salt Lake city Utah In the
county of Salt Lake
ELEANOR CAMPBELL
Administratrix of the Estate of John J
Denslow Deceased
Date of first publication January 4th
1S9G
SUMMONS
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
Third Judicial district of the state of
Utah county of Salt Lake Virginia R
Hughes plaintiff vs Phillip E Hughes
defendant Alias summons The state of
Utah sends greeting to Phillip E Hughes
defendant You are hereby required to
appear in an action brought against you
by t the above named plaintiff in the Dis
trict court of the Third Judicial district
of the state of Utah and to answer the
complaint filed therein within ten days
exclusive of the day of service after the
service on you of this alias summons
If served within this county or If served
out of this county but In this district
within twenty days otherwise within forty
davs or judgment by default will bo taken
against you according to the prayer of
said complaint The said action ig
brought to have a decree of this cotat
dissolving the bonds of matrimony exist
ing between plaintiff and defendant ana
J i tr nltuntin the sole care mia
tody and education of the minor child
June B Hughes Issue of said marriage
without let or hindrance from said de
fendant save and except as he may be
required to contribute towards the sup
port of said child during her minority
for the usual summons and such other
relief as may be just prayed on the
ground that since said marriage defend
ant has been guilty of habitual drunken
ness bv reason of which plaintiff has been
comneneiJ to live separate and apart from
him since the 30th any oC October 1891
And you are hereby notified that if you
tail to appear and answer the said com
plaint as above required the said plain
tiff will apply to the court for the relief
demanded therein
Witness the Honorable judges
and the seal of the District Court
of the Third Judicial district In and
Seal for the state of Utah this 29th
day of January in the year t > f our
Lord one thousand eight hundred
and ninetyslx
andninetTBrSTANTON Clerk
By J H SPRAGUE Deputy Clerk
William R Hall Attorney for Plaintiff
STATE OF UTAH COUNTY OF SALT
Lake city of Salt Lake ssIn the Jus
tices court Second precinct city and
county of Salt Lake Before W J Har 4
vey justice of the peace Walter Edwards
plaintiff vs Matthew Brenan defendant
summon Demand JSXOO for services To
Matthew Brenan greeting You are here
by summoned to be and appear before
me the undersigned at my office rooms
211 and 29 OMeara building In the Sec
ond precinct in Salt Lake city and Salt
Lake county and answer a cpmplalnt filed
against you by the above named plain
tiff within five days exclusive of the day
of servicOir this summons is served in
said Salt Lake city within ten days
If served out of said Salt Lake city but
In Salt Lake county within twenty days
ir served elsewhere Said action Is
brought to recover from you the sum
of 000 alleged to be due and owing
from you to plaintiff for services ren
dered In case of Woman vs Woman com
pany And your are hereby notified that
ft you fail to so appear and answer the
plaintiff will take judgment against you
for the sum of JSOOO and costs To the
sheriff or any constable of said county
greeting Make legal service and due
return hereof Given under my hand this
8th day of January A D 1S96 J
W J HARVEY
Justice of the Peace of said Precinct j

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