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JUNE S 18S5
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A SCIENTISTS REPORT
S3C Transmits to the Public a
Bill
Hirc Document
Tv U i Vr o f Ih tf 4cacfrm of Science
Eill Prairie Wisconsin
l ENnrMEX I beg leave to submit
eieuth my microscope report on the
snvrit s ilt1 Hpecimens of proud flesh
nl other meinentoaa taken from the
riofot Mr Flannerys mouth As Mr
FLuii i the mayor of Erin Prairie
n1 thIt ore has a worldwide renuta I
t in I il emM it sufficiently important to
t l MjrlJ nt large and pleasing to Mr I
riinrt n family to publish this report I
m tIll m 1cnl l journals of the country
illuMu telegrajhod to the leading i
ii wpaptrat their cxpenw Knowinir
tia Jli nlil nt large is hungry to learn
jin tl able I jms of an eminent man
p1r under the microscope and what
j ci ti e it must be to his family to
Il I tit > description after his death I
hi Uji4 J ujKnel to new box of difficult
v rN I an l herewith transmit a report
uliii h nl bo an ornament not only to
eo t r i i b uks of Mr Flunnervs imme
diitf ivinly after his death but a price
j i OKI to the reading public at large
Kimoun the seals from the jars as
s 11 as 1 luid returned from the express
0111 1 mired on the alcohol and reck
k l tiAFtW it away A true scientist
d 1 s n t iure for expense
Tti > fist jpecimen was in a good state
of jivination on its arrival I never
Ki a IIIT > > beautiful or robust prolifera
h t rdhlr ill cell nest in my life It
m t lau been secured immediately
aiti i tin uldepitherial had left the nest
anl it im good order on its arrival
Ta M hol lobule was looking firstrate
Yoi might ride for a week and not run
4vnv a prettier lobule or a more artistic
ration of cell nests outside a peni
titar
Onlv one cell nest had been allowed to
dry up on the way and this looked a good
deal uigurtl L In one specimen I noticed
a cuniv < njs degeneration but this is really
n r < fiction on Sir Flannery personally
Wh he has been ill it is not surprising
that ii1 should allow his cell nests to car
l > nt1 > nevate Such thing might
ha ost any of us
t 4 he scrapings from the sore on
t t V interior fauces I found on its
srrv id been seriously injured and
t1rrlC no available I return ithere
w tho
11 n an inalion which has been
f luctj f wi J irenr care I am led to be
Iire tha ine r lit posterior rafter of Mr
Rumen J in is slightly indurated
anli i r 1 ible that the north
Aid end of the
eit dupe u gable
nut of his non i uy become involved
I virii you V0 d < 3k Mr Flannerys
< amdiue rehune if you can do so
without arjuhigaiT n in the breast of
the patient if there has ever boon a
Liarkcd prv > dis > p < l5ir < 01 the part of his
utstors to tuhtIf1tit gumboil I do
t wish to bt UMiuiV jd as giving this
larno1is as fir il ai ill but from what I
have already sivt < J taken together with
other clinical and pathological data
within ni > reach and the fact that
minute tabulated gumboil actini were
found floating through some of the cell
nests I have reason to fear the worst I
would be glad to receive from you for
microscopic examination a fragment of
Mr FlanneiyV malpighinn layer show
ing evidences of cell proliferation I only
surest this of course as practicable in
ne there should be a malpighian layer
ihuii Mr Flannery is not using Do
Ddt ask him to take malpighian layer
if her cell jUIt to ploAfe me
Fro n one mierovcjii examination I
I ar 1I ftvl justified in giving a diagnosis
ior faro to veituro any suggestion as to
tr 1tllWIit but it mi lU be as well to kal
minine the roof of Mr Flannerys mouth
v tli am Aribic white lime and glue in
tquil pan
ILro ha already been some extrava
gal n and a marked multiformity I
ai 11 1 an inflamed and angry color
to iit ftroma with trimmings 01 the
UlW Tin < might only indicate that Mr
Planiu rv had kept his month open dur
ing th nnuner and sunburned the roof
of his month were it not that I also dis i
ov rj t areS of gumboil microbes of
tin1 o vnou5 variety This leads me to
Ifi I tie urst for Mr Flwinery How
courteous and
iner n the gentlemanly
uran sitmlwM of the Acjideiny of
SHI 01 Erin Prahio to whom I am
ar Jv lirzsly indebted for past favors
vil kiilly J lorwnwl to me prepaid
11kr raping froni the mansard roof
111 i Mi J iannerys month next week I
wil JI in another kej of hard words and
tru this imilKil theory to a successful
rnuiMtioi if I have to tide up the whole
IHIH oj the patients mouth
Vnr wilh great sincerity iwfiuulity
il 1 rbosity Bn Nvi
1 io o i t Lobiilisl and Microbist
cc I
An Ashnalee Gentleman
Tb o Avhaulee gentleman has neither a I
flt 1 i nor thick lip nor ebony akin I
Tt iK IJuvsormow fts u specimen he is
m t lk 1 > r than many Spaniards has I
fMtir oi j the i uro > ean casi and an eye
Hut nr Itrn4le < in the manner admired by
tu 1 r ri h people and called a flour de
tp His II hes even when a prioner I
1 i > him is a miracle of ta to un I
qn i since the Roman toga vanished
iir gl i pjvc of cloth it IB a cotton
111It 1 101110 spun mIll home dyed Your I
n 4tut pntleinnn whether from east or
west would not condesend to wear Man
dlPt r htails nnd he is conspicuously
rttt To pee Bossoonoga was to see a
l J1II > Mro of antique grace It was a marvel
hmiw he kept 10 clean that t sheet of cotton
WHIM with blue nrnbepques and lowers j
on A hiie ground Nothing else did ho
Vt > lr h I diy except the I breechclout
fnn a with ilk thc ends ot which fell
IPluw hi l is knees At night he rolled it
inutul him and slept but the stiffening
itpi vemmt ont of it and its folds were
always statuesque He looked a swell
every inch bright antI wholesome and
courteous though tied by his wrist and
tm lmimg l barefoot through the mud
Whf > n erinitletl i the use of a carriage
hammock instead of walking chained to
ar mmon soldier Bossoonoga stepped
11110 his conveyance with a courteous bow
toward the marine through my interpre
ter ho expressed regret that circumstances I
over which he had no control forbade
nim to rewud Private Smith for his un
II0 m onsideration etc The face of
tl ut jrallant soldier when he thoroughly
amoral this jiii ting shaft of politeness I
< M OMO good to see Why who he
III this niggerheoh blow it
t onls would not come to him lilting to
netribc I his Rentimenl I saw him again
wo days after with his remaining cap
l < s still in tow Private Smith had
lunged into a thoughtful man the sub
inity of Ashantpo mnntiers had over
Powered him Cluonirlrs of Ao jan
a 1 rf
i
A PiiKNciiMAKlms invented a icvolvor
lllll > though so small as to be conven
ient y carried in the vest pocket can be
fired ten times without reloading and
> iui greater ease and certainty than those
01 the old pattern The whole length of
tile < weapon is four inches which can be
Juiced to two and fiveeights by un
SCrewing the barrel
1 A NTELLG NT lijn
A
Dramatic 1or5j51
B
l si a I eli
to a Conception of KJs Oj jr
tuiiitics
3 New York Times
the There can no longer be any doubt that
horse is a noble and intelligent ani
mal His admirers have always insisted
upon his nobility and intelligence but I
Very many Persons have failed to agree
with them They have asked How
can an animal be called intelligent who
Jives in terror of a sheet of paper lying in
his path and wherein consists the nobil 1
itv of the beast who will run away with
out any provocation Whatever and smash
a valuable carriage and a more or less
valuable driver sThe very fact that an I
animal as powerful as the horse will con
sent to be a slave
seems to show that he
is meanspirited and
stupid A lion or a
tiger would utterly refuse to spend his
life in dragging a Third avenue car and
there can be no doubt that in all wild
beast circles public opinion is very far
irom accepting the theory that a horse is
cIt her noble or intelligent
It has remained for a Boston horse to
l1l1cate 1ll the most thorough h manner
Ins rIght to the W estimate placed
upon
he horse l by all horsey persons From
tune immemorial horses have been intro
duced into dramatic representations and
hItherto they have
accepted without re
mpn < trance any part which a manager
might assign to them They have walked
meekly on the stage blinked at the foot
lights and walked off again at the proper
time Some horses trained to act in
Mazeppa have allowed large and
icavy actresses to be lashed to their
backs and have then solemnly pranced i
up a winding pathway of wooden rocks I
md pretended to galop at a speed of two
miles an hour When one reflects upon
the good that might be done bv a really
intelligent dramatic horse it seems sad
that our stupid horses should ho long
nive failed to avail themselves of time
opportunities afforded by the stage How
many oppressive stage villains might
have been suddenly kicked into a pros
enium box and how many yellowhaired
lazeppas might have been lifted by their
hair and dropped into the orchestra But
lever until the other night has a dramatic
horse risen to a true conception of his
opportunities
The Boston horse in question came on
the stage in a quiet and undemonstrative
way but he had evidently made up his
mind what to do He walked promptly
to the footlights and threw himself
into the orchestra landing on the bass
drum The harrowing incidental music
came to an abrupt pause and the musi
cians who had intended to play Sweet
Violets at the end of the act fled in all
directions The bass drum was gloriously
and irretrievably smashed and the horse
I having accomplished his noble work per
I mitted the supernumeraries to lead him
quietly away
Here was u noble purpose intelligently
executed It may be said that the failure
of the horse to kill one or two of the fid
dlers and the man who plays the ccruet
solo was reprehensible but in view of the
smashing OL the bass drum it would be
ungrateful to find fault with the horse for
anything He accomplished his purpose
ot silencing the drum and of frighte ning
the orchestra so thoroughly that it did not
venture to play Sweet Violets during
the whole evening Let us honor this
I noble and intelligent animal and hope
I that his example will he followed by
every horse Inch hereafter appears on
I the stage =
I HOTELS AND RESTAURAiTS
I VALLEY HOUSE
I
Opp Temple and Tubprisacle
3t 3Lrit3ro City utah
coxnc7FD WITH THIS HOUSE ARE
3 COTTAGES
In the immediate vicinity of the
Main Hotel
SECLUDED BUT CONVENIENT
BOARD and LODGING S2perday
II I
I Quiets Shady Homelike
ANDREW c ESIXEIT Prop
EL L 7 iORTO r
I Successor to H 0 Stearns
I OPEJRA EfOUSE
Lunch Ice Cream Parlor ftConfeclioneij
I In conrioction with the above will be run
A FIRSTCLASS DINING ROOM
Where meals will be served from 7am
mnSnmn
1
g Special attention given to Suppers for I I
Parties etc
IELrwa3Oii 81 u Eo rs
BEm EJr4B E
THE OLD
grtsa CiTY HOTEL
JUNCIION t
IU lW 2 H E Hii <
OGDEN UTAH
CENTRALLY LOCATED
FirstClass
Is now open and Everything
RATES 125 TO 200 PER DAY
Wm D WAJLEY Prop
STf JAMES JIOTEJj I
Fiain St South of Third South St i
IS FmSTCLASS
THROUGHOUT
ITTED UP comfortable
FITTED The finest and most
style Take City
in Salt
I hotel Special appointments ferms to Families both for Single
Rooms and Suites
Transient 1200 per day
I A GREENEr ALD Prop 1
I I hAhN BROS I
The well known awl Reliable Wholesale anJ I
Retail i
GROCERS
I will find it to their ADVN
Dealers
Country c to the above firm
orders
I lGE to send their
Iii theatzil Dopa1tD30Dt
l etni
iu
TIle FREShEST and BEST Goods are kept
Stock SALT LAKE CITY UTA H 1
1i 1 IEtWW I
Sign Writer i
Postcf fice I
210 Slain Street Opp
or STAIRS
Graining
Fresco
E
I iAiL1OAb r
ZW E
I I Scenic Line of the World
DENVER RIO GRANDE I
Western Railway
Universally conceded to be
THE POPULAR
Passenger Route
Kctwccii the East and West
Tho O JJy Lino
Between Ogden Salt Lake and Denver
Without Change of Cais
TliO c213l IIiao
Between Salt Lake and Chicago
With but One Change of Cars
I
The Only Line between the West
I and tho East Running Through Salt
I Lake City
I Pullman Buffet
AND
Sleeping Cars
On all Through Passenger Trains
3 The Only Line from Salt Lake City run
ning SI cop ins Cars ZLrec for the use of
aaeeiiRcr holding Secondclass and Emigrant
Tickets
TicketsThe
The Atlantic Express
Leaves Ogden daily at 030 a in Leaves Salt
Lake City daily ut lUr 5 a in Direct connection
IS incde ut Pueblo and Denver for Omaha Kan
as City and all point3 Last
The Pacific Express
Arrive at Salt Lake City from the East at 500
p m and leaves for Ogden at 510 p m making
connection with the Central Pacific for the West
EmCtL rains
Leave Salt Lake City as follows
For Ilirghiim and Alta at 725 a m I
For Ogden at 510 p ni
Arrive at Salt Lake City
From Uinsham and Alta at 415 p m
From Ogden at 1050 a in
Tickets for all points East and West can be
purchHMd the Depot Oilice and City Ticket
Offlce WJiite House corner Salt Lake City
S W ECCLES
G P T Agt
W I r XCKOFT Receiver
THE CHICAGO
Mviaikee SiB Paul
KAILVvAY COMPANY
The Last Built
Best Equipped
Shortest Line
BETWEEN
iiincil Bluffs Chicago I
AND
ALL POINTS EAST
Utah Central R E
Passenger Trains eavc Salt Lake Daily as fol
lows
GOING NORTH Atlantic Express at 800 flm
GOING SOUTHExpress at 720 am
Passenger Trains Arrive in Salt Lake Daily as
follows
FROM NORTH Atlantic Express at 751 pm
FROM SOUTH Express at 640 pm
i JOHN SHARP
Genl Supt
I
I FRANCIS COPE
I Geul Fgt PissAgt
Sanpete Valley Raiiwy I
0
Trains leave daily as follows
Leave Moroni 900am
Arrive at Nephi 1100 a111
1200 m
Leave Nephi
Arrive at Moroni 2CO pm
I Stages connect at Moroni for all parts of San
I Pete and Sevicr
be ordered
Private teams and spring wagons can
I dered by telephone at N phi to be ready on
arrival of trains at Moroni Price fi per day
driver paying alll his own expenses I
S BAMBERGER Manager
JEWELRY
FRST CxaSS
JEWELRY
DIA ONDS
Solid Silverae 8Z5HBths Fine
= D
Quadruple Plate Silverware i
On Hard White Metal
At Bottom Prices
AT
L HOLLANDERS
Jewelry Store 148 Main St
od assortment always on hand
fiSBP A good
AT
ELI SONS
142 MAIN STREET
You can find the largest assortment of
Gold Silver Watches
JEWELRY OF ALL KINDS
And everything needed in that line at
Very Xjocros PriceiS
ONNERUD FIELDING
Contractors Builders
PRESSED BRICK FROSTS A SPECIALTY
Salt Lake City Utah
5
I
I AUCTI5r < S AT BA SERQSRg
Ir
T V XVSj i > V > > j Jfy s <
A UOTIOEV
EVERY EVENING
PRIVATE SALE
I
i1ril1lg the P y ell
A Large Consignment
FROM EASTERN HOUSES
7tt e c e i V e d
To be Sold Without Reserve
CONSISTING OF
Children and Boys Suits 3 ranging from 2 up I
Mens ydSSifHoFB e Suits 5
Cassimere Pants 2
3
JUSllSj
Blue Flannel Business Suits at 7
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Merchant Tailor i Misfits
aTaSa S O1 JL
CONSISTING OF
Fine Diagonal and Corkscrew
Pants and Suits
ALSO A LOT OF
Havana and Domestic
CEGARB
By the Box or Thousand only
0
Stock Now Beady for Inspection
SJa s Red Flag 2 Doors South of Postoffice
IVLAIN STBEET
w
WAGONS BUGGIES REAPERS PLOWS ETC
GEOLOWE
Salt Lake City and Ogden Utah
SCHUTTLER FARM FREIGHT WAGONS
AND FIRSTCLASS
c > pen aD TOP BUggiesA
WARRANTED OF BEST QUALITY AND SOLD AT VERY LOW PRICES
O
AGRICUl ruRAL iMPl MENTS FALL KINDS I
0
DEDERICK hAY PRESSES
PRESSESBALING 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 JLLLLS
Correspondence solicited Enquiries answered promptly
IBAIN WAGON DEPOT
HOWAKD SEBREE COMPANY
Keep a Full Stock of Theso Celebrated Wagons
Concord Buggies Spring Wagons
Oliver Chilled Plows Moline Plows
Casaday and Flying Butcliinan Sulky Plows
OEALVLPION J4AOaJNES
Goods Hardwood and Wagon Materials a
And a Full Line of Agricultural
Specialty Call on or Address
AddressHOWABD SEBREE CO
Salt Lake City or Ogden Utah
e
S J >
I jiLINff 4 q S
w
DELISqiTEliT GTICE
I
SILVER MOUNTAIN MINING COMPANY
LI Location of principal place of business
229 East Temple street Salt Lake City Utah
NoticeThere are delinquent upon the fOlIo
Ing described stock on account of assessment
Ho levied on the 21st day of April 1SS5 the
several amounts set opposite the names of the
respective shareholders as follows
Name No Cert No Shs Amt
Berlin Ernet 250 1250
Friedlander J 107 119 1 oo 1000
Holden C NAnd 2142572S3 11375 56875
Hang Otto 69i3 484 125 625
Loth B 192 1J9 2H 100 500
Lath Sidney A 66 100 500
Loth Skimmey A 25267583 1000 5000
Lota 31 133133 600 3000
Loth 31 113151 roo 4500
Lotb M 2552782 > 0 2400 12000
Loth1 347289 J98J roo 4500
Marks Emanuel 250 1250
Johntone Wm Jr 53 100 500
Stb Fanny 9 50 250
Stix Henry 106 WO 1000
SLix Ed H 108 50 250
Stb Bertha U 100 50 250
Stix Adelaide II nOIll fiG 250
Stix Helen H 112113 50 250
Stix Walter H Ill 50 250
Stix Henry S 116 100 500
Stlx Dinlll 123 27 100 500
Stix Pauline 1242S 100 500
Stx Rachel W 125 209 100 500
StX Corn 126300 100 500
StxEda ill soi 100 500
StIx Alma 130 Wl 100 5CO
Stue Ernet 140 303 100 500
StiXf William HI 286 100 500
Collins Henry 315 200 1000
BrOvn Jamei 117 100 500
Dormer Arnold 17 2J 12J
Loth Otto 55 25 125
Troy Ernest 118 100 5Co
Troy Cora 107 50 250
Marks UarryAIbert 125 25 125
Marks L D 163 25 125
Marks Edward 2t34 25 125
Marks Nannie 1S1 25 125
Irks Henry 132 100 5Co
Rice Harry 115 50 250
i
Spear E C 57 100 500
Iremain Hiram 235 416 2080
Lee EdJrustee 1250 6250
Eisenmau Simon 213 250 1250
Elsemau Henry 219 250 1250
Marks Jam E 313 75 375
Evans J G 312 100 500
Watson E J 323 500 2J00
Simon Jos 400 25 125
Frankenstein H W 225 2S6 275 1375
Hennefer Seddie D 3qj6 1GO 800
Aitken Henry 4015 2230 11250
I Aitken James 4008 2250 11250
And in accordance with law and an order of
the Board of Directors made on the 21st day of
April 18S5 so many shares of each parcel of
stock as may be necessary will be sold at the
companys office 229 East Temple Street Salt
Lake City Utah on Saturday the 20th day of
June 1885 at 4 oclock p m to pay the delin
uent assessment together with the cost of ad
vertising and expenses of saleF
F K MORRIS
Secretary
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH May 21st 1835
DELINQUENT NOTUm
QCOVF KILL CONSOLIDATED MINING COM
SCOTT Y Location of principal place of busIness
ness 229 East Temple street Salt Lake City
Utah NoticeThere are delinquent upon time
ollowingdeicribed stock on account of assess
ment No 3 levied on the 21st day of April
1SSj the several amounts set opposite the names
of the respective shareholders as follows
Name Shares Amount
Heywood Joseph 5000 5000
Wino Alma 19500 19500
lirst JA 1000 1000
Springer N C 16500 1650C
And in accordance with the law and an order
of the Hoard of Directors made on the 21st day
of April 1SS5 10 many snares of each parcel ol
stock as may be necessary will be sold at the
omiftiyb ollioe 223 East Temple Street Salt
Lake City Ctah on Saturday the 20th day of
June 15 at 4 oclock pm to pay the delin
quent assessment together with the cost of ad
ertiaing and expenses of sale
F K MORRIS
Secretary
SALT LAKE CITY UTVK May 21s t 1S35
LEGAL NOTICES
N N W V
Notice for Publication
No 1982
LAND OFFICE AT SALT LAKE CITY J
May 25th 1SS5 I
TOflCE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
NOTICE 1 settler has filed notice of
his intention to make final proof in support of
his claim and that said proof wil1 be made be
fore the Register and Receiver at Salt Lake
City on Saturday June 27th 1SS5 viz Peter
Reid Homestead Entry No 5043 for the south
half northwest quarter section 20 township 1
south range 2 west
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said land viz Andrew Cahoon H T Spen
cer EILridge Tufts and Daniel Jacobs of Salt
Lake county Utah Territory
And George H Payne Homestead Entry 4CCO
for lots 12 and 3 section IS township 1 north
2 west
He names the foPowing witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said laud viz John D Phillips Hebcr
Phillips Joseph Atfield and Joseph Uodley of
avis county Utah Territory
H MCMASTEK Register
BIRD LOWE Attys for Claimants
Trustees Sale
TUIIEREAS JAMES WILLIAMSON AND
r T Maria Williamson bv trut deed dated
the 15th day of September 184 and re
corded in the office of the County Recorder of
Salt Lake County Utah Territory on the 15th
day of September < 1884 in Book M of Mort
gages pages J77 to 980 inclusive conveyed to
the undersigned as trustee the property here
inafter described to secure the payment of a
note of the grantors of even date to Emanuel
Marks for 2700 and interest from date until
paid at 10 per cent per annum the principal
payable eight months from date and the inter
et payable quarter yearly which deed con
taiu a power to the undersigned to sell the
conveyed property in case of the nonpayment
of said note or the interest thereof and apply
the proceeds of sale to pay the expenses there
of and said note and interest and whereas
said note and interest are unpaid except a cer
tain payment of 40 made December 28 1834
and thc holder thereof has requested a sale of
the conveyed property
Notice is given that in pursuance of the
power of sale in said trust deed I shall sell the
property therein and hereinafter described at
public sale to the highest bidder for cash at the
Jront door of the County Court House in the
City of Salt Lake County of Salt Lake and Territory
itory of Utah on the 20th day of June 1885 at
2 oclock p m of that day and convey the
property sold to the purchaser or purchasers
the property conveyed by said trust deed and
to be so sold is described as follows
All that certain piece or parcel of land situate
in Salt Lake City County of Salt Lake and Ter
ritoryof Utah bounded and described as fol
lows towit Commencing eight fS rods north
from the southwest corner of Lot four 4 in
Block thirtytwo S2 Plat A of salt Lake City
survey and running thence east seven 7 rods
thence north two 2 rods thence east three 3
rods thence north four and onehalf 4 5 rods
thence west ten 10 rod thence south sir and
on half CM rods to the place of beginnuip
and containing fifty nine 59 square rods of
ground
J E BAMBERGER
Trustee
Date of first publication May 25 1SS5
MISCELLANEOUS
THE WYOMING i I
Hereford Assaci1ion3
OF WYOMING
have opened a SALES YARD at the place for
merly known as Pitts Gardens where can
always be found
HIGH GRADE AND THOROUGHBRED
II erefords
FOR SALE
I GEO F MORGAN
I
General Manager
P D SPRAGUE
Passenger and Baggage Transfer
To and from all Trains to any Hotel or
Private Residence in the City
Orders received at White House through tele
bone No 152 or left oa slate
ALL ORDERS GIVEN M10JIFT ATTENTION
I J LLOYD
Custom Boot and Shoe Maker
No9 East Second South Street
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
Established 1S69
1
oOii
A Jj N fl i
I Application for Patent
Notice No 1304
I
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH April 9 1835
TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TIn
1 1 Grizzly Flat MtningandMilling Companv
by Moses Kirkpatrick of Salt Lake City IRa
its attorney in fact has made application foi st
United States patent fortho Huron Lode minI
claim situate in Little Cottonwood Mining D
tnct Salt Lake county Utah Territory consi
I lag of 1159 olO linear feet of the lode a < l
surface ground one hundred feet wide
I I being Lot No 175 and described in the fie
t notes and plat of the official survey on fllo ii
I this office with magnetic variation at 18 d t
grees 10 minutes east as follows Commencing j
at post > o 1 a corner of the claim and runni i
thence south 53 degrees 50 minutes east 100 fe rc
to post No 2 thence south 36 degrees ten m
utes west 1159510 feet to post No3 thenc
i north 53 degrees 50 minutes west 100 feet to
post No 4 thence north S6 degrees 10 minut
east 1159 510 feet to post No1 the place of b
ginning excepting and excluding from th
above Ascribed area so much thereof as is iu
conflict with the Honey Comb mining claim
Lot > o91 in the same mining district the area
claimed being 41100 acres From the centro
of the northerly end line of said Huron Lod j
mining claim its discovery point bears souU
36 degrees ten minutes west659 5lOfeet distant
and from its said discovery point U S mineral
monument No 3 bears south 72 degrees 24 min
utes west 3270 110 feet distant The said min
ing claim being of record in the office of thi
Recorder of said mining district at Alta City
in Salt Lake county Utah The nearest know 1
locations being the Honey Comb Lot No 91 th j
LuYinia Lot So 122 and the Ontario No3 La
No 173 all being mining claims within sail
mining district
I I direct that this notice be published In tho
i SALT LSKE EvENING DEMOCRAT the newspaper
I published nearest the said mining claim for
the period of sixty days
H CASTER Register
Application for Patent
Notice No 1306
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH April 9 1835
TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
1 Grizzly Flat MininfPand MillingCompany
by Moses f Kirkpatrick Its attorney In fact o
cSui
Salt Lake City Utah has made application
a United States patent for the Zora Lode min
ing claim situate in Little Cottonwood Minln
District Salt Lake county Utah Territory consisting
counrYj
sitting of Ilo9510 linear feet of the lode and
surface ground one hundred feet wide bein
Lot 14 and described Inthe field notes and pla
of the otlicial 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 4 min
utes wc > t 33p 710 feet distant and running
thence north 36 degrees ten minutes east
6o9 510 feet to post Xo 1 the pointof beginning
of exterior bounds thence south iu degrees 30
minutes west 174 710 feet to post No2 thence
south 36 dcerees 10 minutes west 992510 feet to
post Xo 3 thence north 53 degrees 50 minutes
west 100 feet to post No 4 thence north 36 de
crees 10 minutes east 1159 510 feet to post No
5 thence south 53 degrees 50 minutes east 50
feet to post 01 the place of beginning of ex
erior bounds containing an area of 257100
acres all of which Is claimed The area In
conflict with the Laviuia mining claim Lot No a
L22 is not excluded from said application The
laid 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 Lavinia Lot No 122
md the Lavinia Lot No 41 mining claims in
laid mining district
I direct that this notice to be published in the
SALT LAKE EVENING DEMOCRAT the newspaper
published nearest the said mining claim for
the peiiod of sixty das
H McMASTER Register
Application for Patent
Notice No 1305
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH April 9 1835
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
N
l Grizzly Flat Mining and Milling Company
by Moses Kirkpatrick of Salt Lake City Utah
its attorney in fact bus made application for a
United States Patent for the Ontario No3 min
ing claim situate in Little Cottonwood Mining
District Salt Lake County Utah Territory con
sisting of 1159 510 linear feet of the lode and
surface ground one hundred feet wide being
Lot No 173 and described in the field notes ana
plat of the official survey on file In this office
with magnetic variation at 18 degrees 10 minutes
cast as follows Commencing at the discovery
point of said claim from which U S min
eral monument No 3 bears south 73 de
grees 41 minutes west 3331 910 fee
distant and running thence north 36 de
grees 10 minutes east 659 510 feet to the
center of the northerly end line the point of
beginning exterior bounds thence south 53
degrees 50 minutes east 50 feet to post No2
thence south SGdegreeslOminutes west 1159510
feet to post No3 thence north 53 degrees 50
minutes west 100 feet to post No4 thence
north 33 degrees 10 minutes east 1159 510 feet to
post So 1 thence south 53 degrees 50 minutes
east 50 feet to the center of the northerly end
line the place of beginning of exterior bounds
containing an area of 2 66100 acres all of which
is i claimed The area in conflict with the La
inia mining claim Lot No 122 Is not excluded
from said application The said mining claim
eing 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 Lavinia Lot No 122 and tho 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
rrmi iRE PISOBATE counT IN AND
IN for Salt Lake County Territory of Utah
In the matter of the Estate of OLE J JOHN
SON DeceasedOrder Theodore Burmester
the Administrator of the estate of Ole J John
son deceased having this day rendered and
resented for settlement and filed in this
Court his final account of administration of
the estate of said deceased and petition for
discharge It is ordered that the 16th day of
June A D 1885 at 10 oclock a m at the court
room of said Court in the County Court House
of said county be and the same is hereby ap
pointed the time and place for the settlement
of the said account and that the Clerk give
notice thereof by publication of a copy of this
Order in the SALT LAKH DEMOCRAT a news
paper printed and circulated in Salt Lako
County at least three weeks successively be
fore said day of settlement according to law
ELIAS A SMITH
Probate Judge
Dated May 19th 1SS5
Territory of Utah 1
Count of Salt Lake i s
I John C Cutler Clerk of the Probate Court
in and for the County of Salt Lake in tho Ter
ritory of Utah do hereby certify that the fore
going is a full true and correct copy of the
Order appointing time amid place for settlement
of Administrators final account and petition
for discharge in the matter of the estate of Ole
J Johnson deceased as appears of record in
ly n
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my
hand and affixed the seal of said Court
this 19th day of Mav A D 1585
JOHN C CUTLER
9EAI1 Probate Clerk
Per H S CUTLER Deputy
TN THE PKOJSATK COURT IN AND
1 for Salt Lake County Territory of Utah
In the matter of the Estate of W O SMITH
Decea lOrdcr W S Smith the Executor
of f the Laut Will and Testament of W O Smith
eoeajel having heretofore rendered and pre
Mited settlement and filed in this court
I his final account of administration of the
l estate of said deceased It is ordered that the
I 29th of June A D ISAj at 10 oclock a m
I at the court room of said Court in the County
Court House of said County be and the same
I is i hereby appointed the time and place for the
sttlementof the said account and that the
I Clerk give notice thereof by causing notices to
I e posted in three public places In this City
I and County and to be published In the SALT
LAKE DEMOCRAT a newspaper printed and pub
ished in said City and County at least three
weeks before scid day of settlement according
to law ELIAS A SMITH
Probate Judge
Dated June 1th 1885
Territory of Utah 1 S3
County of Salt Lake S
i I John C Cutler Clerk of the Probate Court
in and for the County of Salt Lake in the Ter
i titer of Utah do hereby certify that the fore
going is a ltahj true and correct copy of the
Order > appointing time and place for settlement
i of Administrator final account In the matter
I of the estate of W 0 Smith deceased as ap
eara of record in my office
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my
I hand and affixed the seal of said Court
this 4th day of June A D 1885
JOHN C CUTLER
I rSELl Probate Clerk
By H S CUTLER Deputy
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