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I r to THE SALT TATTB TTTiVRATT WEDNESD KQTEMBEB 4U93
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f SOME VIEWS
i OF FOREIGNERS
Paris Temps Says I Is Status
Quo or a Revolution
A REMARKABLE CONTEST
LE MATIN SAYS ETJILOPBAAS EX
PECT NOTHING
TFisaro Believes That the Triumph
of Silver Means That All American
Obligations Will Be Paid in GO
Cent Dollars Other Vie Coiiclu i 1
sloiis of Great Men Over the Ocean
PARIS Nov 3The Temps in it is
sue this morning devoted a leading
editorial to the presidential election in I
the United States In which I says
When the sun sets today the great
republic will have decided one of the 11
gravest controversies that has agitated
that country since the formation of the I
government and the electors will have I
between two radically I
pronounced between radlcly op
posed tendencies one continuing the
normal development of the states and
the other Impelling the country towards
unknown horizons Briefly as between
McKinley and Bryan the solution te
simply a status quo or a revolution
I is the first time in America and per I
haps the first time in the world that a
like contest ha been engaged in upon
questions lying upon the foundations of 1
social order with the issue depending J
upon a single throw of the dice
EXPECT NOTHING
The Matin says Europeans expect
nothing from the triumph of one can
didate or the other With Bryan we
are expend to the consequences of
free trade and from McKinley we are
confronted with the tariff restrictions
The Figaro says The triumph of
the silventes will mean that European
holders of American securities will re
ceive for the coupons paper based upon
silver worth in money only 50 per cent
of what they should receive and Amer
ica wiil appropriate from all of her I
creditors onehalf of their holdings
As Seen hy Smaller
LONDON Nov 3IIr Smalley the
American correspondent of the Times
cables to that paper that he had a long
interview with Mr McKinley on Friday
day Summarized the interview shows
that Mr McKinley takes a high view
of the electoral contest in which he
believes that the real issue is between
those who would preserve the republic
and those who would destroy it re
placing it by a different form of gov
ernment and a different form of society
He is and will remain a convinced pro
tectionist but Mr Smalley does not
think that a new tariff any longer
seems to him the only view necessary
of American industry I is Mr Mc
Kinleys conviction that every obliga
tion of the United States ought to be
paid wher it matures in the best
money existing at the time He is ap
parently not affected by the dislike of
Great Britain which is supposed to
exist in the middle states and has no
faith in jealousy or hostility as the
mainspring of national policy He con
siders the extent and force of the al
leged estern animosity toward Great
Britain to be much overrated
Mr Smalley remarks that all doubt
concerning the result of the election in
New York has vanished
anid
FOR FORGERY
An cxAevtspaper Man Who Should
Have Known Better
CHICAGO Nov 3 Harry Leach an
exnewspaper reporter was arrested
here last night for forgery and secur
ing railroad passes from the national
Republican headquarters under false
pretenses I is alleged that Leach
has been securing passes on orders
from congressmen and others for
mythical persons whom he claimed
wanted to come home from distant
points for the purpose of voting for Mc
Kinley I is said that he thus secured
considerable transportation which he
immediately sold to ticket brokers
Sunday Leach presented an order on
the transportation committee purport
ing to be signed by John M Smythe
requesting passes for six men from
points in Nebraska The order was sus
pected and not honored Upon investi
gation Mr Srnythe denied he had
signed any such order and the arrest of
Leach followed last night
riURDfiRED FOR HIS MONEY
Half Cremated Hcninins of n Weal
thy llanclier Kouud In Ills half
Burned Home in Usal California
CAHTO Cal Nov 3The halfcre
mated body of John Mudgett a
wealthy rancher of Usal was found
yesterday in the embers of his half
burned home at that place by W H
Davis a neighbor Mud < et lived alone
on an immense tract of land He was a
re uted hoarder of wealth and i was
lumored that he had money stored
about the house His body bore unmis
takable evidence of death by violence
before the flames reached him Both
lower limbs are missing
The house had been fired and the con
flagration had been extinguished by
lack of a drait Kerosene oil had been
used to stan the fire as two cans hur
riedly picked open with a hatchet
I e were among the partial ruins
That JUudget met foul play seems an
assured fact since the discovery that
all of his winter supplies are gone It
I
is vv ell known that he recently received
a large supply of flour and other pro
visions necessary to tide him over the
WI ter months Persons suspected of
the crime are under surveillance The
sheriff and coroner are expected to
shenf epected ar
rive on the scene at daylight The de
ceased was unmarried 46 years of age
a native of Belfast Me and had a
cousin of the same name in Fortuna
Humboldt county
Dr Kinss New Discovery For Con
sumption
This is the best medicine in the world
for all forms of Coughs and Colds and
Consumption Every
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1 Asthma Hay Fever Pneumonia Bron
chitis La Grippe Cold in the Head and I 1
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I New Life tk
Dr Kings Lie Pills in connec
tion with Dr Kings New
ton wih Discovery as
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somah
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isfaction or return money Free trial
J bottles at Z C M I drug dept Regu
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pt Only 5714O
Via the Union Pacific Nov C and 9
Tickets good returning until De 31
1 A beautiful winter excursion For
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i Lv5 ATTENTION
i The Herald rrllj print roar Uriels I
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wih Jromtacaa ftccaracy Vcr
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Uuelne and Editorial omee 519
Ut Loan fc Tat Building
Telephone D8
Ogden Nov 3
ELECTION DAY
Election passed off very quietly in
deed in Ogden The vote early in the
day was very light but increased in
the afternoon Returns from the east
were anxiously awaited for Betting
early in the day favored McKinley 4
tobut Bryan loomed up in the after
noon and betting practically ceased
LOC DnIE I
The Corinne Extravaganza company I
plays tonight at the Grand The piece I
will be Hendrik Hudson jr and pece
be well put on i
Mrs G H Durfrow has returned
from Salt Lake I
The Fast Mail drew a good house
last night and Manager Clarks > facili
thoroughly ties for getting appreciated election returns were I
RA31S FOR SALE
100 Shropshire 100 threequarter
Cotswold and quarter French also 100
pure bred French rams for sale All
in fine condition Apply to under
signed HEALY PATTERSON
Ogden Utah
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WALLACE Ida Nov 3At Burke
in a cabin near the lower end of the
town a dynamite explosion occurred
Saturday afternoon resulting in one of
the most sickening tragedies that eyer
took place in the Coeur DAlenes
Thomas Corlett being blown into small
fragments The cause of the explosion
remains a complete mystery No reason
for suicide being known it is supposed
to have been accidental as he was
known to keep giant powder in the
cabin
NOTES FROM LOGAN
Fine Day for the Election Ileavy
Loss to a Stocl mun
LOGAN Nov 3A light covering of
the beautiful was on the ground this
morniag but the war rays of the
sun soon chased it away and made the
walking comparatively good for those
who did not choose to ride to the polls
Everything is moving along smothly
and we expect to round up a handsome
majority for Democracy
President Joseph F Smith addressed
our conference
Hon John T Caine from Salt Lake
has been doing some fine campaign
work in our county
Mr Thomas Smart one of the candidates
dates on the Citizens ticket met with
a heavy loss by having 93 head of cattle
killed on the railroad just east of Mc
Cammon He expects the railroad to
make the loss good I is an ill wind
that blows no good to any one The
Indians on the reservation ore having
a great feast on his loss
Mr A G Bower of Lewiston and Miss
Maud Whittle of Richmond were grant
ed licenses to marry next Saturday
Frank Thatcher has gone to Salt
Lake for election day
One of ou townsmen William Mc
Alister with his family has gone to
Rexburg to reside
Mrs A GIveny an old and respected
citizen o Logan departed this life Sun
day evening of general debility
Mrs Smith of Ogden is visUing her
brother Professor Nichols who is
teaching dancing here this winter
THAT HORBY CIRCULAR
It Was Knocked Out in Park City
Yesterday
PARK CITY Nov 3The Morby
circular received a black eye today when
a telegram was received from W W
Cluff and George Beard of Coalville
which proves the statements made to be
malicious falsehoods The following is a
portion of the circular
The same week Mr Chambers in an
address in Coalville advised his hearers
to withhold their ballots on election day
untl after the hour of noon I is a mat
ter of history that his advice was com
plied with lItter happened to be a resi
dent of Coahille at the time and knows
this to be a fact About noon or a lit
tle before that hour on election day I
was approached by Bishop Henry Cluff
in Coalville and told that a dispatch had
been received from 11 Charrnbers in
Park City saying if the people of Coal
yule would throw their vote to Chambers
the county seat removal project would
be defeated in Park City
The same information was imparted
by Hon George Beard to verify the re
port of Operator Perry at the Union
Pacific depot and he told me that such a
dispatch had been received and thereby
hangs a tale The miserable hand of
treachery did its work In the Third ward
of this city as the election returns plain
ly show The deal was made and made
In the interest of R C Chambers That
much I know and others In Coalville also
known CHARLES MORBY
Yeaterday the following telegram was
received
receivedCoalville Nov 3 1S96 1030 a m
To the Chairman of the Democratic
County Committee Park City
The Morby circular is a malicious false
hood and we deny that any such inform
ation was given to Morby or any other
man Chambers never Advised to our
knowledge the voters to hold their votes
Xo such telegram was received from
Chambers Part was not the operator
nor was he in Coalville GEORGE at this BEARD time
W W CLUFF
I hereby certify that no such message
was received as stated
C J WHEELER Operator
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Ind Sun writes You have a val
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and I can cheerfully recommend i for
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A Trip to Mexico
Those desiring to know about this
most delightful winter outing should
call at the Union Pacific ticket office
201 Main street Special arrangements
are being made for this excursion
For Sale
A GOOD secondhand Edisons Mimeo
graph for sale cheap at S J Griffins This
is ono of the greatest labor having ma i
cines known and especially adapted tc
manifolding written letters or circulars J
as many as 5000 copies having been made
front one circular Write or call on S J
Griffin SOI Twentyfourth street Ogden
Utah L 1 Becroft Mgr street Ogen
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DANCES OF NATIONS
WHY NEW ORBATIOXS IX THE AIUT
GEXEJIALIA FAIL
Originality ja Scarcity The American I
can Association of Professor
Have Had Their Convention and i
Have Added Many Tributes to
Terpsleliore i
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NEW YORK OCt 30 Every year 01
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number of agile and graceful gentle
men composing the American associa
tion o professors of dancing come to I
setfher and after deep thought and
considerable wrangling course in a I 1
most polite way decide what the fash 1
ionable dance will be for the ensuing
year Each one of these gentlemen is
an inventor of the terrsichorean order i
and he attends the conclave equipped
with elaborately drawn diagrams of the
dance with which he expects to convula
society later on i
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In nine cases out o ten this dance I I I
is never heard of again although Iti I i
may receive the richest possible en
dorsement of the American Association
of the Professors of Dancing The fault
i not with the association The mem
bers certainly recognize a graceful
dance when they see it the trouble lies i
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witii the nubile I I
The association has just held its an I
nual meeting for IbJo ami some terpsi
chorean wonders are ready to be thrust
upon the dancing public The omcal
tie of these wonders are The Har i
vard Caprice the XRay Lanier 1
the Hanover Quadrille the Esprt
dAmenque the Waltz TwoStep i
and La Czarina I will be a matter
of interest for those who pay attention Ito I
to such things to memorize thcstv titles
and te observe how popular they be
come during the approaching winter
season
One of the members of the assocca
tion was asked by the writer to explain
the failure of so many of the dances to
become popular and he answered
Lack of originality This was frank
but it must not be supposed that the
dancing masters are devoid of ingenu
ity When it is rememberd than danc
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ing is as old as the world itself and is
indulged in by every nat n and race
savage and civilized1 onthe face of
the globe it can be seen that it is some
thing of a task to create absolutely new
fashions in the art
So the dancing master goes back a
few hundred years and resurrects some
fancy steps which were danced by the
great grandfathers of our great grand
mothers In this he is like the fash
ionable milliners who have revived time
feminine head gear of a century and a
half ago for the modds and matrons
of this autumns or the dressmakers who
have brought to light the gowns of the
empire
Some of the new dances have In their
composition a dash of the fandango of
Spain a sprinkling of the saltarella of
Rome a hint of tarantelli of Naples
and something of the liveliness ofi the
mazurka of Roland BUT aJl of these
have had to be modified to please the
conventionalities of the drawing room I
otherwise they would be more success
ful from a spectacular standpoint than
they are
THE DANCE OLDER THAN MUSIC
Apt oddities on the history of time
dance say that its origin antedates that
of music which makes It very old in
deed It in said that the first dancer
created the art by trying to reproduce
with his body the graceful motions of
the trees swaying in the winds Others
contend that PImitive man was led
into the art by imitating the antics of
the wild animals around him Thus
the savages of Kamschatka have a
bear dance the native Antipodeans
have a kangaroo dance the aboriginals
of New South Wales have a dog dance
and various animate figure in the
dances of our own Indians
In the ancient dances and the dances
of savages itrvas the custom to signify
something usually success in the
chase love or prowess in war It Is
claimed that the modification of the
dance progresses with a nations ad
vance in civilization thus in the
French minuet the chief characteristic
is polished and cultured gallantry
NO NATIONAL DANCE HERE
America can hardly claim a national
dance unless it be the Virginia reel
England Is not much better off but it
claims the sailors hornpipe as its own
This is a solemn affair and when danced
by a conventional jack tar is about as
tame as the spectacle of a mooley cow
grazing in a field Ireland has its jig
and it is seen at its best at wakes and
weddings
The principal dance of Scotland Is
the reel This is i danced on the toes to
obtain complete control of the foot and
ankle allowing the dancer to raise and
lower himself according to the expres
sion of the music The ancient method
of performing the reel was to the music
of bagpipes and the clashing of the
broadswords The dancers gave ex
citing cries and yells and if the per
formance did not possess the true
poetry of Terpsichore it was certainly
an aweinspiring thing to see
ITALYS MANY DANCES
Italy is a nation of dancers and each
province has a distinct dance of its
own handed down from the fifteenth
or sixteenth centuries The Saltarella
is the peculiar dance of Rome It is a
skipping dance written in threequar
ter time The man and woman move
about in a semicircle the woman
flirting her apron about gracefully
The dancers move faster and faster
until the limit ofspeed is reached and
then another couple takes their place
Sicily has the Siciliana a rather
wearisome affair and Florence has her
Trescona which is unique because the
lady selects her partner by flicking her
handkerchief in the face of the man
she fancies Neapolitans have the Tar
antella which is not unlike the Salt
arella
Of course the great dance of Spain is
the Fandangp This word means Go
and dance It is said that the Fan
dango is at least 1000 years old It is
usually danced by two people the mu
sic being in threequarter time and be
ginning In a minor key Castanets
are the invariable accompaniments of
the Fandango and the clicking of
these combined with the harmonious
swayings of the body and the fairylike
steps convey the idea of a passionate
love song
FANDANGOS NARROW ESCAPE
Many centuries ago it is related that
the Roman consistory decided that the
Fandango must be abolished There
were some friends of the dance in the
council however who urged that be
fore it be condemned it would be mere
ly an act of justice for the members
to witness it and then express their
opinion This was agreed to and the i
finest set of Fandango dancers the I
3 I country r over Were produced and the
1 performance they gave was so alluring
1 that all of the religious gentlemen
i were soon smiling and beating time
with their hands and feet their bodies
swaying in perfect rythm with those
of the dancers It is needless to add
that the Fandango was not condemned
Germany claims the honor of having
invented the waltz but Americans and
English ladies have not an exalted
opinion of the German gentleman as
a partner in a waltz France has more
dances than Italy the Gavotte being I
a general favorite Hollands national
dance is a species of hornpipe and Is
mainly remarkable for Its stolidity
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recommend them because they are free
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being composed entirely of the best
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from Itching and burning eczemas and other
skin and fcalp tortures None but parents real
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LUIK1A AOT1OE
IN THE DISTRICT COURT PROBATE
division Third Judicial district in and for
Salt Lake county state of Utah in the
matter of the estate of James Mantripp
deceased Notice Notice is hereby
given that Orson A Wooley administrator
tthOl
f i Ti I
trator with the will annexed of the
estate of James Mantripp deceased has
rendered for settlement and tiled in said
court his final account of his adminis
tration of said estate and petition for
final distribution of the residue of said
estate among the persons entitled
thereto and that Saturday entted
7th day of November A D 1S3G
186
at 10 oclock a m at the court room of
said court in the county court house
Salt Lake city and county Utah has been
duly appointed by the Judge of said court
for the settlement of said account ann
hearing said petition for distribution at
which time and place any person inter
ested in said estate may appear and show
cause if any there be why said account
should not be settled and approved and
final distribution made as prayed for
Dated October 3 IS96
C E STANTON Clerk
By Fred W DENNIS Deputy Clerk
DELIXQXENT NOTICE r
DELINQUENT NOTICE GOLD BEL
Mining and Milling cornnany Location
of mines Ohio district Flute county
Pute cunty
Utah Location ot principal place of
business Salt Lake city Utah Notice
There aro delinquent upon the following
described stock en account folowing
tescribed accott assess
ment levied on Juno 1 1SS6 the several
amounts set opposite the names of the
respective shareholder as follows
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NAME C ra
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A W Caine I r 5
A W CaIne 53 0 16 65
A W Calse 1 3 1 0 j
Lizzie V Parker 57 50 16 67 i
J H Hughes 3 5 1 6
f A E Lyons I 15001 50
L A E Lyons 13 10 34
Annlo M Ames 9 100 23 3t
William C Turner 134 3 10
Elmer E Merrtt lZ 2 1 0
M K Ames 1 50 lE
Elizabeth M Overstreet 174 10 3
JJt W Ames 1110O 3 M
I W Ames ISlQO 33 33
Chester W Ames 179 15000 3 31
Harold B Ames ISO 501166
Harrold B Ames 181 20000 65 65 I
W M Ames trusteeis 40 COO 656 6 I
W S Brigham 1941 500 167
Emma Brigham WJ 51 165
David L Gregg 18 2 3Uj 8 ii
David L Gregg lS5 5000 16 a
David L Gregg lSS 1 230 166
David L Gregg ig 125 4 17
David L Gregg 11S 5000 1666
David L Gregg 1S3 5000 1667
David L Gregg 1NV10000 is 6
David L Gregg 11J 0 2331
David L Gregg 192 65 213
David L Gregg 193 340 114
W H Donnell SI 10000 3334
W H Donnell 176 1626 3 42
D A Gilts 94 3000 1667
166
D A Giles 162 0 1333 I
W F Colton oO 10000 1 3 i
J A Chute ii 10000 3333
J A Chute 40 10000 3334
J A Chute 12S 611 204
51
J A Chute 16 2500 833
W M Hicks 2 10000 83
W M Hicks 4GJflniJ 3334 I
W fid TIC nuMi 461JD > ol 3 3
And In accordance with aw and the
order of the board of directors made on i
orer
tho 15th day of June 116 so many
shares of each parcel of stock as may I
be necessary will be sold on the 10th day
or August 1S9C at 1 oclock a m at I
the office of the secretary IGO South
Main street Salt Lake cltv Utah to j
pay the delinquent assessment thereoi I
together with the cost of advertising and
expenses of sale r
W M HICKS Shyptiry I
Bait Lake City Utah July 2Sj ltr 156 1
Tha above sale Is hereby I postponed
until September 10 1S9G at 12 oclock i
M at same place By order of the board
of directors I
W M HICKS secretary
HICS
Secretar j
The above sale Is hereby postponed un
t October 10th 1S36 at 1 oclock m at i
same place BY order of the board of di
rectors W M HICKS Secretary jI j I i
The above sale Is hereby postponed until
postpned
November 10 1S9G at 12 oclock m unt I
same place Bv order of the hoard of di
rectors W M HICKS Secretary I
Octdtn 1n 15 I
SUMMONS
IN TH DISTRICT COURT OF THE
Third judicial district ot the state of
Utah county of Salt Lake
Frank Knox and C H Jacobs a re
I ceivers plaintiffs vs Damon G Tunne
cliff Salt Lake Hot Springs Sanitarium
I company James H Bacon Harvey iL
Bacon Frank L Hollrnd WiUam B
I Holland A M Grant E H Hackett Fer
dinand Roys Louis Hoberman W E
Hubbard L E Clark Frank W Ross 3
trustee and St Anthony Union Canal
company defendants
summons
The state of Utah sends greeting to Da
mon G Tunnecliff Salt Lake Hot Springs
Sanitarium company James H Bacon
Harvey M Bacon Frank L Holland Wit
lam B Holland A M Grant E H
Hackett Ferdinand Roys Louis Hober
man W E Hubbard L E Clark Frank
W Ross as trustee and St Anthony
Union Canal company defendants You are
her by required to appear in an action
brought against you by the above named
plaintiffs in the district court of the Third
ThIr
judicial district of the state of Utah and
to s e the complaint filed therein
dt y of geha
within ten days exclusive of the day of
service after the service on you of this
summons if served within this county
or if served out of this county but in 1 i
this district within twenty days
distict other
wise within forty days or judgment by
default will l be taken against you ac
cording to the prayer of saId complaint
The said action Is brought to have a de
cree ot this court adjnUg4ng that defend
ants each Tunnecliff of them be Bacon required and to Holland account and for
and turn over under order of this court
all and singular the assets and property
of the Bank of Salt Lake and of James
H Bacon which have come Into their
possession or control since the sale of the
assets of the American National bank to
said James H Bacon decreeing that the
100000 capital represented by defendants
Bacon and Holland a owners or officers
of the Bank of Salt Lake was otcer
the money of defendant Tunnecliff fact
held andrepreseatedwviththe full knowl
edge and consent of said Tunnecliff and
that to the extent of said
tat te etet sd sum of 100000i I i I
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I and Interest thereon said Tunnecliff has i
no claim whatsoever upon the assets Qt
said Bank of Salt Lake and said James
H Bacon until each and all depositors
1 i in said bank are first paid in full with in
terest adjudging further that ew certifi
I cate for iw snares or t capital stock i
in defendant S L Hot Springs San Co I
issued to said Tunnecliff be cancelled
and said 900 shares b decreedthe prop I
erty of these plaintiffs as receivers ad
I judging further that the certificates for
824 shares of stock in the St Anthony I
I Union Canal Co claimed to be held by
i Frank L Holland as trustee for said
Tunneclf to be the property of plain
I tiffs and that said Holland be required to
deliver to plaIntiffs the key to the box
containing said certificates adjudging all
adjudgng
othv security given or transteired by
said James H Bacon to said Tunnecllff
or by any other person at instance of
said James H Bacon to be fraudulent
and void as to tne depositors of said
Bank of Salt Lake and to be the prop
erty of plaintiffs to have all transfers
of real estate to said Tunnecliff of prop
erty of James H Bacon ascertained and
adjudged fraudulent and void as to said
sad
depositos and decreed to be the property
of plaintiffs pending this action to have
defendant Tunnecliff his agents servants
and attorneys enjoined and restrained
from selling assigning transferring or
pledging or in any manner Incumbering
the stock held or claimed by him In S L
Hot Springs San Co and St Anthony
Union Canal Co and to have their re
spective officers and agents restrained
from transferring any stock upon the
books of said company standing in name
of defendants Bacon Tunnecllff Holland
Grant Hackett Roys Hoberman and
that foregoing officers and stockholders
of said Sanitarium Co be enjoined from
voting any stock held by them or either
of them in said company and
upon hearing to have sucH Injunction made i
perpetual to have a receiver appointed
of said Sanitarium Co to have plain
tiffs ordered to take possession of said
property and for other relief And you
are hereby notified that If you fall to ap
pear and answer the said complaint as
above required the said plaintiff will
therein apply to the court for the relief demanded
Witness the honorable judges and
the sea of the district court of the
Third judicial district In and for
Seal the state of Utah this 2Sth day or
August In the year of our Lord one
thousand eight hundred and ninety
six
C E STANTON Clerk
By J H SPRAGUE Deputy Cerk
C S Varian and C C Dey attorneys
for plaintiffs De3 atorneys
ASSESSIIUXT XOTICE
NOTICESOUTH JORDAN CANAL
Co PmcIpal place of business Salt Lake
City Ltah Notice is hereby given that at
a meeting of the trustees held on the 19th
day of September 1S95 an assessment of
seventyfive cents per share was levied on
the capital stQck of the
capial corporation pay
I able to the secretary at the general office
ofce
of the company room No 67 Amussen
building 56 S Main street Salt Lake City
I Utah before the 14th day of November
1S96 Any stock upon which this assess
ment may remain unpaid on the 14th day
of November 1S96 will be delinquent and
advertised for sale at public auction and
unless payment Is made before will be
sold on the 5th day of December at 2
p m 1896 to pay the delinquent assess
ment together with the cost of advertis
adverts
ing and expense of sale Respectfully
GIDEON A GIBBS Secretary
ASSESSMENT NOTICE UTAH
Salt Lake Canal Company Principal
place of business Salt Lake City
Utah Notice Is hereby given Ci3
a meeting of the trustees held on the 19th
day of September 1S9G an assessment of
seventyfive cents per share was levied on
the capital stqck of the corporation pay
able to the treasurer at the general office
ofc
of the company room No 67 Amussen
building 56 S Main street Salt Lake City
Utah before the 14th day of November I
1896 Any stock upon which this assess
ment may remain unpaid on the 14th day
of November lEO will be delinquent and
advertsed for sale at public auction and
unless payment is made before will be
sold on the 12th day of December at 1
a m 1S95 to pay the delinquent assess
ment together with the cost of advertis
adverts
ing and expense of sale Respectfully
GIDEON A GIBBS Secretary
TRUSTEES SAL
NOTICE OF SALE UNDER DEED OF
Trust Notice Is hereby given by the un
dersigned James T Little trustee
named In a certain deed of trust wherein
John Glenn and Olive Glenn his wife
and Nancy Haws of Vernal Uintah
county Utah are first parties James T
Little of Salt Lake city Salt Lake
county Utah is second party and The
Deseret Savings bank a corporation of
Utah is third party or beneficiary made
executed and delivered on the 21st day
of May 12 whereby the said first
parties conveyed to said James T Little
trustee said second party all the real
estate herelnaiter described in trust to
secure the payment of two certain
promissory notes of the same date one
for the sum of 100000 payable on January
1 1893 to the order of The Deseret Sav
ings bank and the other for the sum of
200000 payable to the order of said The
Deseret Savings bank one year after
date with Interest on each of said princi
pal sums at the rate of 1 per cent per
month from date until paid payable
quarterly which said notes were made
executed and delivered by said first par
ties for value received to the said The
Dessret Savings bank said third party
and by said deed it
was provided that if
default aru made in the payment of the
J esalm of
principal sums mentioned in said notes
or either of tnem or any part thereof
or the Interest that might accrue thereon
or any part thereof as the same became
due and payable as aforesaid that the
undersigned might proceed to sell said
described property at public vendue to
proper3
the highesc bidder for cash after giving
due public notice thereof as in said deed
required and whereas said deed of trust
was duly recorded on the list day of
May 1S9 In the office of the county re j
corder of Uintah county territory now
state of Utah in book 1 of mortgages
pages 152 133 and 151 reference to which
is hereby made and whereas no part of
tho principal sums due on said notes or
either of them has been paid and no part
of the interest due thereon after the 21st j
day of August 193 has been paid and j
whereas said principal sums and the in
terest due thereon from the 21st day of
August 1S93 have been long since I
due and payable and now remain un
paid and the said The Deseret Savings
bank the legal Owner and holder of said
note has notified me of said nonpay
ment of said principal sums and of said
nonpayment of said interest due and I
payable as afortsaid and has requested I
me to sell said real estate in accordance
with the provisions of said deed of trust Ito i
to pay said principal sums due on sad I
notes and each of them sis aforesaid
and the interest accrued thereon and
accrue
the costs of this sale including compen I
sation to said trustee and a reasonable
attorneys lee Now therefore on Fri
day the 13th day of November A D
IBOtJ at the hour of 12 oclock noon of
said day at the banking house of the
said The Deseret Savings bank corner
of First South and Main streets in Salt
Lake city Utah for the purposes afore
said and at public vendue I shall sell
to the highest bidder for cash all of the
right title and interest that said John
Glenn and Olive Glenn his wife and
Nancy Haws or either of them had on
the 21st day of May 1S92 or have since
acquired of in and to that certain tract
ch > uh
UL rent < L ILC iiLiau ii v 1 niai iuuuij UL
I Uintah state of Utah bounded and
described as follows towit All of lot i i
I I one 1 in block fourteen 11 Vernal sur
vey the same being a part o the north i
i east quarter of > nc saahwest quarter of
section twentythree 2 township four
j I I n south range twentyone 21 east
Salt Lake meridian containing one acre
I and nine square rods of ground Also
i commencing at a point twelve and three
i fourths 17 rods south from the north
1 west corner of block ten 10 Vernal sur
vey the same being fifteen and three
fourths IS i rods south and three 3
rods east from the northwest corner of I
the southeast quarter of section twenty
i three 23 township four 4 south
tange twentyone 2 east Salt Lake
I meridian and running thence south tour I
and onefourth 4Vt rods thence east
nine and sevenseventeenths 9 717 rods
1 thence north four and onefourth IU I
1
rods thence west nine and sevenseven I
teenths 9 717 rods to the place of be
I I ginning JAMES T LITTLE Trustee I
I Dated Oct 2 1S93
I Moyle Zane Costlgan Attorneys for
I Trustee
I
WHEREAS BENNER X SMITH
I unmarried by his certain deed of trust
bearIng date November ISth 1895 and
duly recorded In the recorders office in
the county of Salt Lake then territory
now state of Utah in book terriory
mortgages pate 82 dId grant bargain
come and confirm to Jonn W Donnel
ian party of the second part in said deed
of trust a certain lot or parcel of ground
situate in the city of Salt Lake state
stte
of Utah and being part of lot eight Vt
in block thirteen 13 plat B Salt Lake
City survey beginning three 3 rods I
north of the southeast corner of said lot
sad
and running thence north seven 7 rods
thence west ten 1 rods thence south
seven 7 rods and thence east sout
rods to the place of beginning together
with all tenements hereditaments and
appurtenances thereunto belonging and
all water rights thereunto pertaining
Which said conveyance was In trust to
secure the payment ot a certain proms
>
r
I
iI
I sory not In wdrds and figures following i
I towit
l Lake City Utah Oct 22 1S25
J 18
5300000 Gold
i One year after date without grace
I received I
for value promise to
pay to 7
I the order of the Commercial National
Bank of Salt Lake City three thousand t
touand
and no100 dollars in u s gold
1
I negotiable and payable gold
coin negotable at the Com i
mercial National Bank of Salt Lake City I
without defalcation or discount with in I
I terest at 10 per cent per annum from I
date until paid both before and from I
judgment with reasonable attorneys fee l
if this note Is collected by attorney with
Ii without suit or sale of security wit I
CHAS L CRA 1 JF
No 5717 Due Oct 1 1SS6 CR
And Whereas I is provided In said
deed of trust among other things I but
tIng
I should default be made in the payment
i of said note or any part thereof or any
interest which may accrue thereon then
I this deed shall remain in force and the n 4
I the Second te
of
said party part or in the
event of his death disability or absence I
front the county of Salt Lake refusal to
act or other disqualification of the party
i of the second part then the Pay
i Salt Lake county or any of his deputies
then acting may as successor
actng ma3 sucesor of the
party of the second part proceed to sell
said described premises or any part
thereof at public vendue to the highest
1 bidder for cash either of the parties
hereto being at liberty to te partes
I chaser at such sale at the west front
I I i door of the Joint city and county build
I Ing Salt Lake city Utah frt giving
i i twenty days notice of the time givIng
and place of said sale and the property
I i to bo sold by advertisement in some
I newspaper printed In the English language
guage I published In Salt Lake city
Utah cty
I And Whereas Said promissory note to
I 1 gether with all the interest thereon from
said October 12th 1S95 until this date
remains wholly due and unpaid
I Now therefore I the undersigned
undersiged
trustee as aforesaid at the request of
the payee and holder of said note and
I b > virtue of the authority given me In
authorty
said deed of trust and in accordance
with the provisions thereof will on Sat
urday the 7th day of November 1896
between the hours of 1 oclock am and J
am
3 oclock pm of that day at the
west front door of the joint city and
county building in the city of Salt t ac
Sal
state ot Utah proceed to sell Lkel
the
above described lot or parcel of land
at public auction to the highest bidder 4
for
cash in
hand In order to pay said 1
or va3 J
note and
inote Interest or so much thereof as 3
it may pay and
upon such sale being J
made being thereunto duly authorized
I by said deed of trust I shall mae ex A
ecute ana deliver to the purchaser or
purchasers of said property a good and <
sufficient deed or deeds conveying all
conveying al
the Interest which the said Benner X
Smith had of In and to the aforesaid
lot or parcel of ground on the said 12th
day of October 1S35 and which I have
and hold therein as trustee as aforesaid
JOHN W DON ELLA
Trustee
Salt Lake City Utah October 16 1196
Marshall 8 Royle Attorneys
NOTICE OF SALE UNDER DEED OF
Trust Notice Is hereby given by me un
dersigned James T Little trustee named
in a certain deed of trust wherein Joseph
E Wilson and Lerona A WIson his
wife of Lcgan city and county of Cache
state of Utah are first parties James T
Little of Salt Lake city Salt Lake county
and state of Utah Is second party
and The Deseret Savings Bank a corpora
tion of Utah Is third party or beneficiary
dated Sept 2 1893 and executed and de
livered on the 29th day of September
1S93 whereby the said firs parties con
veyed to said James T Little trustee
said second party all the rea estate
hereinafter described in trust to secure
the payment of a certain promissory note
of the same date for the sum of 52000
payable to the order of The Deseret Say
ings Bank one year after date with inter
est on said sum at one per cent per
month from date until paid payable
quarterly which said note was made exe
cuted and delivered by said first parties
for value received to the said The Deseret
Savings Bank said third party and by
said deed it was provided that if default
be made In the payment of the principal
of said note or any part thereof or the
interest that might accrue thereon or any
part thereof as the same became due and
payable that then the undersigned might
proceed to sell said described property
at public vendue to the highest bidder
for cash after giving due public notice
thereof as In said deed required and
whereas said deed of trust was duly re
corded on the 6th day of October 1S93 In
the office of the county recorder of Cache
county territory now state of Utah In
book J of mortgages pages 311313 ref
erence to which is hereby made and
whereas no part of the principal sum due
on said note has been paid and no part
of the interest due thereon has ben paid
except the sum of 0 and whereas
said principal sum ana the interest due
thereon has been long since due and pay
able and now remains unpaid and the
said The Deseret Savings Bank the legal
owner and holder of said note ha notified
me of said nonpayment of said principal
sum and of said nonpayment of said
Interest due and payable as aforesaid
and has requested me to sell said real estate
tate in accordance with the provisions of
said deed of trust to pay said principal
sum due on said note as aforesaid and
the interest accrued thereon and the
costs of this sale Including compensation
to said trustee and 0 attorneys fee
Now therefore on Friday the 27th day
of November A D 1S36 at the hour of 1
oclock noon of said day at the banking
house of the said The Deseret Savings
Bank corner of First South and Main
streets in Salt Lake city rtah for the
St
purposes aforesaid and at plblt yendue
I sha sell to the highest tidier for cash
4lf sel interest that said
all of the right title and
Joseph E Wilson and Lerona A Wilson
had the
his wife or either of them on
uth day of September 1S53 or have since
acquired of in and to that rertan tract
of real estate in the count of Cache
state of Utah bounded and described as
follows tovrlt The northeast quarter of
he southwest quarter of the northwest
quarter of section twentyfive o town
ship twelve 12 north range one 1 east
of the Salt Lake meridian Also the south
half Sal the northeast quarter of the
southwest quarter of said section twenty
five 25 township twelve 12 north range
one 2 east Salt Lake meridian except
ing that tract heretofore conveyed to
Alfred H neon by Louis A Isiran and
wife by deed of date March 1 1SS5 and
recorded in book J 01 dteio page 611
records of Cache county Also part of lot
nine 9 block twelve 12 > plat uD
Logan City survey as fol ows Begin
and onehalf 40
ning at a point forty ad onhal
rods north from the southeast corner of
said block thence running west eighteen
aS rods thenco north six and onequarter
cti rods to the north branch of Logan
river thence up the south bank of said
the of beginning
river to a point north of place
ginning thence south to the pace of beginning
ginning containing one ace and thirty
nne square rods of land more or less
situate in section thirtyfour 34 town
ship twelve 1 north range one 1 est
Salt Lake meridian Also beginning a a
Lke
point four and seventyfie hundredths
ft 75100 chains south of a point three and
sixteen hundredths 3 161 chains west
of the northeast corner of block one 1
in plat A Logan City survey and run
ning thence south slxtythr 6 degrees
and thirtyfive 3 minutes west one and l
seventeen hundredths a 17103 chains
thence south fiftjseven l 7 degrees and
thirty 30 minutes west ninetyone 91
links thence south to the north bank of
the north branch of Logan river eighty
80 links thence following said north
branch of Logan river to a point two and
flftyhundredths 2 50100 chains south of
the place of beginning thence following
the bend of the old bed of he river to a
point one chain south of the place of
beginning thence north oc 1 chain to
the poce of beginning containing sixty
five 63 rods of ground more or less
tY
Except the following potion of the
above described real esta E which was
heretofore towit April 25th 1S94 re
leased at the request of sad first re
from the operation of said trust deed to
wIt Beginning at a point eleven 11 rods
west of a point forty and onehalf 40 2
rodo north of the southeast corner of
block twelve 1 plat D Logan Island
city survey and running thence west
seven 7 rods thence north six and one
fourth 6 rods more or less to the
south bank of the north branch of Lon
river thence up the south bank of sid
rive to a point north of the alace of
beginning thence south four and one I
half 4 ½ rods more or less t the place
of beginning and containing thirtyfive
25 square rods more or less
JAMKS T LITTLE Trustee
Dated November 3rd 1895
Trustee Moyle Zane l Costigan Attorneys foe
I PROPOSALS FOR FORAGE N
i PS raw Office of chief quartermaster
I Denver Colo November 2 1S95 Sealed
proposals in triplicate will be receive
I here and at office of Quartermaster t
I each post below named until H lo t
a m 120th meridian time ocock
r 1SOC and then opened for furnishing for
age and straw at Forts Grant Huachuca
subpost of San Carlos and
Sa Crlos Whlpple Barracks c
I racks A T Forts Bayard and WlngateT
N M Forts Douglas and DuChesne
Utah and Fort Logan Cob during the
fiscal year ending June 3 1897 Proposals
for quantities less than the whofe re
quired or for delivery at points other
than those named will be entertained
The right is reserved to reject entertaned
ptoposaJs or any part thereof Informa
tion furnished on application here or at
offices of respective post quartermasters
Envelopes to b marked Erqposals foi
Forage and Straw
E B ATWOOD Major Chief Q J

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