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TIlE LUXURY OF CELIBACY
cJ1Y aerM Young Men arc Not
lTIucb ou the Marry
11r Dana of the New York Sun has
ndulITed in some reflections on the in
flB of celibacy in New England and
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the Middle States His reflections are
lint without interest
Dot
Formerly in New England a bachelor
of thirty or more was a marked individ
ual and especially in the smaller towns
subjected to both ridicule and cen
WAS
sure Public opinion was offended when
man went much beyond the marriage
a
able ago without taking a wife and he
ins pretty sure to become a butt or an
object of suspicion among his neighbors
But now all this is changed wherever
there are not many foreigners in a com
munity There is an actual and a pro
portionate decrease in the number of
qjagCS j and the falling off was greater
last year than ever before The Con
necticut town clerks say that at least one
half of the young men between twenty
one and thirty are unmarried whereas
formerly nine m ten married before they
were twentysix Of course the reason
for this disposition to put off marriage is
the conviction of the young men that
they can accumulate more money or get
more personal comfort by so delaying
They do not want to be hampered by a
wife and family while they are laying the
I foundations of a fortune but are waiting
until they get an income large enough to
enable them to live nicely The longer
they wait the less they are disposed to I
I assume matrimonial responsibilities for
few of them get the amount of money
they think they need to support a family
and their personal wants are likely to go
on increasing with their incomes This
state of things is not at all peculiar to
Connecticut Throughout New England
the age at which men marry is growing
greater if the foreign population be ex
cepted and the number of those who re
main single through life is lanre and
continually increasing The towns are
full not only of old maids but of bachel
ors too j and instead of being the butt of
ridicule a young man who refrains from
marriage until he is well settled in life is
looked upon as a sensible and prudent
fellow The same disposition to delay
marriage or to keep out of it altogether is
strikingly displayed in New York where
the number of clubs and of club mem
bers has greatly increased of late years
because of it These young men are able
to get luxuries and elegancies at their
clubs which they could not expect to pro
vide at their own homes if they were
married and they would rather forego
marriage than give them up It would be
all very well if they could get wives with
portions which permitted the continuance
of such selfindulgence but few of them
are able to do that As bachelors they
can live off the fat of the land dress with
elegance and enjoy social gaieties to
which they know that they are welcomed
with the more eagerness because they are
single As married men their incomes
would force them to live with the closest
economy or what they would regard as
such
Colored Wedding Slavery Times
Thomas M Field has written out from
memory a description of a colored wed
ding under the old regime which he says
sed to be related with gusto by Major
German Bowmar A tall dignified and
ricaldressed looking negro Tom
jzies officiating said in pompons
es silence in dis sembly Here is a
ouple who have walked out tonight
railing to be jined in and thro love
and wishing all dem dat have anything
twixt dem to hold der peace now and for
ever more I wants every ear to hear
and every heart to enjoy
Mr Irvin Johnson whomsoever
Elands fastly by your left side do you
take her for your beloved wife to wait on
her through sickness and through health
safe and be safe loving and beloving
holy and be holy do you love her
mother dp you love her father do you
love her sister do you love her brothers
and above all do you love God de best
Answer I do
Miss Mary Jones whomsoeverstands
fastly by your right side do you take
for your loving husband to wait on him
I through health and through confliction
through affliction and conviction safe
I and be safe holy and be holy do you
I love his mother do you love his father
do you love his master do you love his
mistress i but above all do you love God
the best Answer I do
I command you Mr Irvin to hold
Hiss Mary so fastly by de right hand
and by authority pronounce you both to
le t man and wife by the command
ments of God What God jines to
gether let no man sunder
II We shall hope and trusting through
God and His Postles that you may live
fight and that you may die right now
and forever more Now Mr Jim slute
jour bide Let us sing a him
Plunged in a gulf of dark despair etc
The Souls Anrosthetic
But men can get hardened to anything
1 used lo look upon a corpse with awful
solemnity but during the war the sight
Became so common that I could almost
step upon the dead to avoid a ditch
niutlhole I have seen soldiers who
lierf > kind and humane at home rifle the
Packets of the dead upon the battlefields
and chuckle over their findings Just so
is with the rich They 0get utterly
rderu I to poverty and pass on They
il 1 weeu over pathetic acting in the
I Peitri t but laugh at scenes as sad upon
I th e streets They will shed tears of sym
pathy for little Nell but carelessly pass
v the beggar children on the highway
Money is an amesthetic to the soul It
kes man insensible to the pain or grief
h mellowmen I would be afraid to
p te j much money Peter Cooper and
d tabodj could be trusted but they are
thad When will the world wake up to
we hts of the poor and unfortunate
after all there is one relief one
C C3 J1 n ort and I am glad of it The poor
W f Suffer and thendie The rich can
t and frolic and thendie too
h at next 1m An
A Philosopher
Et Littlo Rock man sold his cooking
anil toteto get money enough to take his
frie lj to the circus When one of his
s Demonstrated with him he said
1othie lad no use for the stove Had
aothing to cook
Bu
eat MVllv dont you buy something to
e vitla the money you got for the
Then we would have had nothing to
PhUoin1n Dont talk to me Im a
erArJansaw Traveler
Y A ruIas met Senator Evarts in New
Ev art 5 the other day and said U Mr
oc We are all talking about you for
for rid or You will obe running me
Raid thio too the next thing I know
trnorshn 1 enator But from the Gov
idenrv i W shall Put you into the Pres
Senafor said the friend Then the grave
h ucsaii Sjlo relaxed and he smiled as
Soon Ill l 4 i ally now if youd just as
outtavri e the Presidency first and
dtr gIve me the Governorship after
iFTERrHELODGE SSECRETS
Seeking Infornintlon ill Icgnrd to
Her Husbands Doings
Providence Transcript
Good evening sir
said a woman
whose face looked like a boiled salmon
with a pickaxe nose and a voice that
sounded like a faraway echo from the
housetops as she addressed a young man
who trembled as he viewed her red hair
and stern visage What I want to see
you for is to ask you if you are an Odd
Fellowthat is do you belong up yon
der and she nodded her head toward a
building from which he had just emerged
He meekly replied I do > madam
Well
said she
my man says he is
one of you and I want you to tell me if
ne is an inside watchman and has he
been appointed for 300 nights to watch
the jewels And do you have six meet
ings a week And does he have to
crawl through some of them in the day
time and lose a days work trying to be
a noddle grand or a past grand bugler or
some such name he tells me of
The young man said that she must
I nave been misinformed that there was
something wrong but she interrupted
him with There you neednt try to play
smarts I understand all about this grip
business and silent secrecy and mum
password and you cant fool me You
wouldnt tell me anything for a farm in
Seekonk would you 1 dont suppose
you would tell me when my husband
comes home with a hairpin in his boots
and a ladys collar on instead of his own
whether hed been taking a Rebekah de
gree or been at a surprise party Oh
no Youre innocent you are
The young Odd Fellow ventured to re
mark that he did not really understand
the drift of the inquiry Oh no I see
it is no use youre all in for each other
and sworn to secrecy and youd say the
broken earring I found in his pocket be
longed to you wouldnt you And if I
shopld ask you who Araminta is that I
caught him talking to himself about
youd say it was the goat you pretended
to ride and if I should ask you about
this muttering I hear ofII passorder
it upset em up and give me another
hot one and all that sort of thing I sup
pose youd say it was all connected with
your hifalutin degrees and necessary to
the order
The young man meekly replied as he
tried to move away that he was in a
hurry j that perhaps Brother Buckup
would give her all the necessary infor
mation j that he could not really under
stand but she caught him up before he
could finish the sentence with No1
you dont understand oh no You
wouldnt tell me for a pan of doughnuts
what kind of laws you make that says a
woman shant be a daughter of Becky
merely because shes got a wart on her
nose Thats what he tells me and then
he says I should have a medical exami
nation and that the last woman in al
ways has to wash the dishes when they
have those stuffing jubilees Oh yes its
all very fine to leave your poor wife at
home on account of a wart or a sore heel
but Im going to find out about this busi
ness I am going to know whether one
man can hold all the offices through the
year and sit up nine nights in the week
and then tell his wife she cant be a Re
bekah and be an inside sentiment or
whatever you call em just on account of
a little thing like that I wont trouble
you any longer as probably you want to
pass and set em up somewhere j but
Ill watch that chap of mine and if I
find theres too much goat in it Ill for
get that Im a woman if I dont make
his head look like a double humped
bunion and hell have to wear my wash
tub over it for the next three months
And she slid into the nearest grocery and
bought a dozen pickles and a stove lifter
F
HOW IS YOUR BACKBONE 7
An Old Aphorism Contain in g Ittucli
Scientific Truth
When a person compliments another
by saying he has a good deal of back
bone he comes very near stating a
scientific truth without knowing it per
haps At least so remarked a naval med
ical officer to a reporter of the Star the
other day as the latter stopped to chat in
the room of the Naval Examining board
Step up here a moment continued the
officer conducting the reporter to a meas
uringrod which stood in one corner of
the room This rod besides having the
moveable arms with which a mans
height is gauged had another intermedi
ate arm below by which the length of
his legs is determined The difference
between these measurements of course
shows the length of his body and head
or the length of his spinal column in
cluding his head There said the
officer after the reporter had subjected
himself to the measuring process you
are 69 inches tall your legs are 33
inches longpretty good legsand that
leaves a length of body of 36 inches
Thats pretty goodabove the average
Vell what does it all mean 1 asked
the reporter
Boiler power remarked an official
who was standing near
The medical officer enlarging on the
figure thus suggested proceeded
Thats it You see putting his hand
on his head heres the governor Here
he continued lowering his hand to his
chest is the boiler The lungs and the
heart are here and below are the abdom
inal organs or viscera Your mouth and
nostrils are bowers You shovel in coal
take foodin your mouth It is turned
into steambloodand goes out in every
direction you see towards the surface
Now the man with a long body has a
great deal of boiler surface
Then the man with considerable
backbone is stronger than the one who
hns not 1
Well that is one circumstance to be
considered with others of course The
man with backbone is apt to have greater
power of resistance He can endure more
toil and resist disease longer Why were
there no men in war so good for a long
march as your ducklegged fellows with
long bodies The longlegged men could
not stand it Gen Sheridan is a good
specimen of a man with a long body
long grasp on lifeand Gen Grant is
another
There was a case here not long ago
continued the officer which would indi
cate that a mans backbone had a great
deal to do with his general character An
officer who was examined for promotion
was found to be physically mentally and
professionally unfit and also morally un
fit He was dropped from the service
When we came to take his measurement
we found he had the shortest backbone
of any man in the navy who had ever
been examined He did not have great
physical of resistance you see
power
When he graduated at the Naval
he
he stood very high When
Academy
that his
it is probable
had to do duty
strength failed him and he resorted to
stimulants the taking of stimulants became
and affected his
a habit gradually
came
intellectual powers His mind became
weakened his morals were soon under
this see laughed
mined All of you
the officer came of course from having
a short backbone New York Star
For A FirstClass Lunch
Stand old
Call at the Fountain Lunch
London Bank Building Hot Lunch from
The neatest place in
11 a in to 3 p m
town D BROBEEG Proprietor
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HOTELS ND RESTAURANTS
VALLEY HOUSE
Opp Temple and Tabernacle
Sat Lake Oity Utah
CONNECTED WITH THIS
HOUSE ABE
3 OOTT G S
In the immediate vicinity of the
Main Hotel
SEOLUDED BUT CONVENIENT
BOARD and LODGING 2 per day
Quiet Shady Homelike
ANDREW C BR1XEN Prop
amliJE1IIBEB
THE OLD
JUNCTION CITY HOTEL
OGDEN UTAH
CENTRALLY LOCATED
Is now open and Everything FirstClass
RATES 125 TO 200 PER DAY
Wm D WADLEY Prop
ST JAMES HOTEL
a IH HJN JLBjr JL juJJo
Main St South of Third South St
FITTED UP THROUGHOUT IN FIRSTCLASS
U style The finest and most comfortable
Hotel appointments in Salt Lake City
Special Terms to Families both for Single
Rooms and Suites
Transient 200 per day
A GREENEAVAIiD Prop
DENVER HOUSE
Opp D R G Depot Salt Lake City
JJ KEENAN Proprietor
npRAVELEIib WILL FIND SUPPLIES OF
JL all kinds in Eatables and Groceries Choice
Cigars and Tobacco
Firstclass meals 25 cents
BREWERIES AND SALOONS
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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
A t PopU1ar Prices
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
Ber c SottJcc1 Seer
Orders Solicited and Promptly Attended To
BREWERY P 0 Box 1047 Telephone 294
HEADQUARTERS at Tufts JKystroms Tele
phone 179
A FISHER BREWING CO
The Old Reliable
CALIFOEISTA BREWERY
Is again this year 1885 producing the
Finest Lager Beer
J Y THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS
Bottled Beer a Specialty
Try it and be convinced
Office 17 and 19 E 2d South Stteet
Salt Lake City
HENRY WAGENER Propr
LIVERY AND TRANSFER
0 S CARVER
Livery Feed Sales Stable
VE THE FINEST CARRIAGE AND SAD
HA dle horses in the country
Transportation to TAYLOR and PIOCHE on
Short Notice
Terms Reasonable and Satisfaction Guaran
teed
Stable at head of Main Street
Frisco Utah
MULLOY PAUL
Salt Lake Livery and Transfer Stables
AND OMNIBUS LINE
Nos 85 37 Second South St opp Opera House
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
Telephonic Connection with Hotels and Orders
Receive Prompt Attention
P D SPRAGUE
Passenger and Baggage Transfer I I
To and from all Trains to any Hotel or
Private Residence in the City
Orders received at White House through tele
phone No 152 or left on slate
ALL ORDERS GIVEN MIOMPT ATTKNTION
Stationers i Booksellers
Order your Goods of us by Mail or Telephone
or call at our store by the Postoffice
on Main Street
SCHOOL BOOKS
NEWSPAPERS
MAGAZINES
ARTISTS SUPPLIES
OF EVERY KIND
eW Subscriptions taken for any Periodical
in the World
CH Parsons Co 1
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AUCTIONS AT BAMBERGERS I
A UCTJ01V
EVERY EVENING
PRIVATE SALE
DUriog the IL3r
A Large CQnsignmen
FROM EASTERN HOUSES
JUstt Received
To be Sold Without Reserve
CONSISTING OF
Children and Boys Suits ranging from 2 up
Mens Cassimere Suits 5 5
Cassirnere Pants t 2
Coats 3
Blue Flannel Business Suits at 7
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Merchant Tailor Misfits
CONSISTING OF
Fine Diagonal and Corkscrew
Pants and Suits
ALSO A LOT OF
Havana and Domestic
ClGA
By tIle Box or Thousand only
1
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Stock Now Ready for Inspection
SIGN Red Flag 2 Doors South of Postoffice
Dt1AIN STBEET
WAGONS BUGGIES REAPERS PLOWS ETC
GEOOALOWE
Salt Lake City and Ogden Utah
I I
SCHUTTLER FARM FREIGHT WAGONS
AND PIRSTOLASS
c > pen and Top Buggies
WARRANTED OF BEST QUALITY AND SOLD AT VERY LOW PRICES
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AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS OF All KINDS
0
DEDERICK HAY PRESSES
BALING TIES AND BALING WIRE
Knowles Steam Pumps For all Purposes All Sizes Constantly in Stock
AMES PORTABLE STEAM ENGINES
LEFFEL TURBINE WHEELS
SAW MILLS AND SHINGLE MILLS
Correspondence solicited Enquiries answered promptly
BArN WAGON DEpOT
HOWARD SEBREE COMPANY
Keep a Pull Stock of These Celebrated Wagons
Concord Buggies Spring Wagons
Oliver Chilled Plows Moline Mows
Casaday and Flying Dutchman Sulky Plows
CR 8 1DIOIT CE JNES
And a Full Line of Agricultural Goods Hardwood and Wagon Materials
Specialty Call onor Address
AddressHOWABJ SEBKEE CO
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Salt Lake City or Ogden Utah
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RAILROADS
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T Et E
Scenic Line of the World
DENVER RIO GRANDE
Western Railway
Universally conceded to be
THE POPULAR
I Passenger Route
Betiroen the East and West
37330 OD1y XJi220
Between Ogden Salt Lake and Denver
Witlllll1t < niiOTify vf f mncs f
LILJJV uu V 11WU Vfi VtJL > 3 i
The O2313T Line
Between Salt Lake and Chicago
With but One Change of Cars
The Only Line between the West
and the East Running Through Salt
Lake City
Pullman Buffet
AND
Sleeping Cars 1
On all Through Passenger Trains
EIJ The Only Line from Salt Lake City run
ning Sleeping Cars Free for the use of
passengers holding Secondclass and Emigrant
Tickets
The Atlantic Express
Leaves Ogden daily at 930 a in Leaves Salt
Lake City daily at 1055 a m Direct connection
is made at Pueblo and Denver for Omaha Kan
sas City and all points East
The Pacific Express
Arrives at Salt Lake City from the East at 500
p m and leaves for Ogden at 510 p m making
I connection with the Central Pacific for the West
Local Trains
Leave 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 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 Sig Paul
RAILWAY COMPANY
The Last Built
Best Equipped
Shortest Line
BETWEEN
Council Bluffs Chicago
AND
ALL POINTS EAST
Utah Central E E
Passenger Trains leave Salt Lake Daily as fol
lows
GOING NORTHAtlantic Express at 800 ain
GOING SOUTHExpress at 720 am
Passenger Trains Arrive in Salt Lake Daily as
follows
FROM NORTHAtlantic Express at 75Lpm
FROM SOUTHExpress at 640 pm
JOHN SHARP
Gen1 Supt
FRANCIS COPE
Genl Fst J Pass Agt
Sanpete Valley Railwy
0
Trains leave daily as follows
Leave Moroni 900 am
Arrive at Nephi 1100 am
Leave Nephi 1200 m
Arrive at Moroni 200 pm
Stages connect at Moroni for all parts of San
Pete and Sevier
Private teams and spring wagons can be or
dered by telephone at Nephi to be ready on
arrival trains at Moroni Price 4 per day
driver paying all his own expenses
S BAMBERGER Manager
ASSESSMENT NOTICES I
Assessment Notice
COTT HILL CONSOLIDATED MINING
SCOTT location 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 the 21st day of April 1885
an assessment of one cent per share was levied
on the capital stock of the corporation payable
immediately to the Secretary at the office of
the company 229 East Temple Street Salt Lake
City Utah Territory Any stock upon which
this assessment shall remain unpaid on Thurs
day the 21st day of May 1885 will be delin
quent and advertised for sale at public auction
and unless payment is made before will be
sold on Saturday the 20th day of June 1885 to
pay the delinquent assessment together with
costs of advertising and expenses of sale
F K MORRIS Secretary
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH April 27th 1885
Assessment Notice
ThVER MOUNTAIN MINING COMPANY
SILVER of principal place business Salt
Lake City Utah Territory Notice is hereby
given that at a meeting of the Board of Direc
tors of said Company held on the 21st day of
April 1885 an assessment of five cents per
share was levied on the capital stock of the
Corporation payable immediately to the Secre
tary at the office of the Company 229 EastTem
ple Street Salt Lake City Utah Territory Any
stock upon which this assessment shall remain
unpaid on Thursday the 21st day of May 1885
will be delinquent and advertised for sale at
public auction and unless paymentis made be
fore will be sold on Saturday the 20th day of
June 1885 to pay the delinquent assessment
together with costs of advertising and ex
penses of sale
F K MORRIS Secretary
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH April 27th 1885
I
J DAVIES
T A ii51c > FL
241 Opposite Walker House
Suits Made to Order Fit Guaranteed at 25
per cent Cheaper than any house in the west
Agent for Wanaker Brown
150NNEETJD FIELDING
Contractors Builders
PZXSBED BICK FRONTS A SPECIALTY
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PATENT NOTICES
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Application for Patent
Notice No 1304
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH April 1885
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
1 Grizzly Flat Mining and Milling Company
by Moses Kirkpatrick of Salt Lake City Utah
its attorney in fact has made application for a
United States patent for the Huron Lode mining
claim situate in Little Cottonwood MinIng Dis
trict Salt Lake county Utah Territory consist
Ing of 1159510 linear feet of the lode and
surface ground one hundred feet wide
being Lot No 175 and described in the field
notes and plat of the official survey on file in
this office with magnetic variation at 18 de
grees 10 minutes east as follows Commencing
at post No1 a corner of the claim and running
thence south 53 degrees 50 minutes east 100 feet
I to post No 2 thence south 36 degrees ten min
utes west 115J510 feet to post No 3 thence
north 53 degrees 50 minutes west 100 feet to
post > o 4 thence north S6 degrees 10 minutes
east 1159 510 feet to port No1 the place of be
ginning excepting and excluding from the
above described area so much thereof as is in
conflict with the Honey Comb mining claim
Lot No 91 in the same mining district the area
claimed being 2 41100 acres From the centre
of the northerly end line of said Huron Lode
mining claim its discovery point bears south
Sddegreestcnrniiiutes west 65D 510 feet distant
auu nom us sam aiscovery point u 3 mineral
monument No3 bears south 72 degrees 24 min
utes west S2iO 110 feet distant The said min
ing claim being of record In the office of the
Recorder of said mining district at Alta City
in Salt Lake county Utah The nearest known
locations bcin the Honey Comb Lt No 91 the
LavIm Lot iso 1Z and the Ontario o 3 Lot
No 173 all being mining claims within said
mining district
I direct that this notice be published in the
SALT LVKE EVEXKOS DEMOCRAT the newspaper
published nearest the said mining claim for
tho period of sixty days
H McMASTER Register
Application for Patent
Notice No 1306
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH April 9 1SS5
TVTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
J1 Grizzly Flat Mining and Milling Company
by Moses Kirkpatrick Its attorney in fact of
Salt Lake City Utah has made application for
a United States patent for the Zora Lode min
ing claim situate in Little Cottonwood Mining
District Salt Lake county Utah Territory con
sisting of 1159 510 linear feet of the lode and
surface ground one hundred feet wide being
Lot 171 and described in the field notes and plat
of the official survey on file in this office with
magnetic variation at IS degrees 10 minutes
east as follows Commencing the discovery
point of said claim from which U S mineral
monument No 3 bears south 75 degrees 1 min
utes west 3393 710 feet distant and running
thence north 30 degrees ten minutes east
659 510 feet to post No 1 the pointof beginning
of exterior bounds thence south 19 degrees SO
minutes west 171710 feet to post No 2 thence
south 30 degrees 10 minutes west 992510 feet to
post No3 thence north 53 degrees 50 minutes
west 100 feet to post No4 thence north 36 de
grees 10 minutes east 1159 510 feet to post No
I 5 thence south 53 degrees 50 minutes east 50
feet to post No1 the place of beginning of ex
terior bounds containing an area of 257100
acres all of which is claimed The area in
conflict with the Lavinia miningclaim Lot No
122 is not excluded from said application The
said mining claim being of record in the oflice
of the Recorder of said mining district at Alta
City in Salt Lake County Utah The nearest
known locations being the Lavinia Lot No 122
and the Lavinia Lot No U mining claims in
said mining district
I direct that this notice to be published in tho
SALT LAKE EVENING DEMOCRAT the newspaper
published nearest the said mining claim for
the petiod of sixty days
H MCMASTER Register
Application for Patent
Notice No 1305
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH April 9 1855
XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
NOTICE Flat Mining and Milling Company
by Moses Kirkpatrick of Salt Lake City Utah
its attorney in fact has made application for a
United States Patent for the Ontario No3 min
ing claim situate in Little Cottonwood Mining
District SaltLako County Utah Territory con
sisting of 1159 510 linear feet of the lode and
surface ground one hundred feet wide being
Lot No 17 and described in the field notes and
plat of the official survey on file in this oflice
with magnetic variation at IS degrees 10 minutes
east as follows Commencing at the discovery
point of said claim from which U S min
eral monument No S bears south 73 de
grees 44 minutes west 3331 910 fee
distant and running thence north 30 de
grees 10 minutes east 659 510 feet to the
center of northerly end line the point of
beginning orexterior bounds thence south 53
degrees 50 minutes east 50 feet to post No2
thence south 36 degrees lOminutes westl159510
feet to post No3 thence north 53 degrees 50
minutes west 100 feet to post No4 thence
north 36 degrees 10 minutes east 1159 510 feet to
post No 1 thence south 53 degrees 50 minutes
east 50 feet to the center of the northerly end
Hue the place of beginning of exterior bounds
containing an area of 2 66100 acres all of which
is claimed The area in conflict with the La
vinia mining claim Lot No 122 is not excluded
from said application The said mining claim
being of record in the office of the Recorder of
said mining district at Alta City in Salt Lake
county Utah The nearest known locations
being the Laviuia Lot No 122 and the Honey
Comb Lot No 91 mining 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
LEGAL NOTICES
> > < WS 1W > i N N N
Marshals Sale
URSUANT TO EXECUTION TO ME
PURSUANT by tho Third Judicial District
Court of the Territory of Utah I shall expose at
Public Sale at the front door of the County
Court House in tho city of Salt
Lake county of Salt Lake and Territory
of Utah on the 28th day of May 1885 at 12
oclock m the following described property
situated in West Mountain Mining District Salt
Lake County Utah Territory towit
That certain Mining Claim Lead or Lode
located in Carr Fork of Bingham Canyon and
known as and called the Frisco Mine
ALso that certain Mining Claim Lead or Lode
located in Carr Fork of Bingham Canyon near
the Frisco Mine and which is known as and
called the True Fissure
Also that certain Mining Claim Lead or Lode
located on the north side of Muddy Gulch in
Carr Fork of Bingham Canyon known as and
called the Benton all belonging to the Frisco
Consolidated Mining Company a corpora n
And that certain Concentrating Mill consist
ing of Boiler Engine Battery of ten stamps l
Buddies Shafts Pulleys Gearing Pipes and
connections and smoke stacks together with
the right of possession of the ground on which
said Mill is located situated In Carr Fork of
ftO nn 1 IT1 th
liingnam ijaiiyou aim jtuuwu no uuii iauiu u
Chicago Concentrating Mill and belonging to
the Chicago Concentrating and Smelting Co
Together with all and singular the tenement
hereditaments appurtenances and improve
ments thereunto belonging or in anywise ap
pertaining to said Mining Claims and Mill
To be sold as the property of the Frisco Con
M Co a corporation and the Chicago Con ic
S Co a corporation subject to former attach
ments at the suit of Daniel McLeod Terms of
sale CASH
E A IRELAND U S Marshal
Dated May 4 1885
MEDICAL
XXN N rN W
To the Unfortunate
Dri PI STEINHART
SPECIALIST
Can be consulted at his office201 Main Street
Room No 1 Union Block Salt Lake city
Has been treating the following diseases few
the last twentyfive years in London Dublin
and San Francisco and has been established In
Salt Lake City the last two years
For the treatment of Sexual Seminal dis
eases such as Gonorrhom Gleet Stricture
Syphilis lu all its forms Seminal Weakness and
Impotency Loss of Manhood permanently
cured
Tne sick and afflicted should not fail to call
on him
Persons cured at home Call or write
Communications strictly confidentiaL
Medicine sent everywhere either in Pill oc
Liquid form
Catarrh Tapeworm and Files Suc
cessfully treated
CIi6 Consultation Free
OFFICE HOURS from 9 a m to 6 p m
Sundays from 10 to 12 a m
MOUNTAIN ICE GO
56 and 58 SECOND SOUTH STREET
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
lCE
A large supply of Ice of firstclass purity al
ways on hand
D uy Deliveries
I
Promptly attended to Come and sea us
JR NEIL Jr Secretary
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