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The Salt Lake herald. [volume] (Salt Lake City [Utah]) 1870-1909, January 13, 1889, Image 3

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THANKING
The Public for their liberal patronage extended to us in the past years
erj Mall endeavor in the future to far surpass our former efforts We
1 ve received every encouragement by one and all in establishing a
P jthing House that is a credit to this city and we shall spare no
T wLto keep up our reputation and to carry a stock for which we are
Rll = 3 known that will please all of our old patrons and the many new
AE l that will be attracted to our immense popular establishmnet In
sequence of our great rush during the holidays we werejentirely
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For Men Boys and Children we have yet a eomplete assortment
having kept up our stock in these goods the entire season and still
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On account of the mild season our sales on Heavy Overcoats have
not been as large as we anticipated and in order to move them more
rapidly we shall CUT THE PRICES in this Department as they must
be sold
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In these departments you will always find a complete stock in every
respect As we carry such great variety it requires too much space to
go into detaiis An inspection in any of our departments will con
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ASSESSMENT SALE
Junction Olty Mining Compauy Prin
cipal Place of Business Ogden City
UT
ATOTICE THERE ARE DELINQUENT
NOTICE the following described stock on
account of assessment levied on the 29th
day of September AD 1888 and on account
of assessment levied on the 7th day of De
cember 1888 the several amounts set oppo
site the names of the respective sharehold
ers as follows
No of
Names Certifl tfb of
cates Shares Amount
MacVandyke 1 200 400
J R Middlemlss 60 1 < 250 24500
61 5000 100 00
II II 62 1000 20 00 I
4 II 64 lOCO 2000
II II 65 1000 2000
II II 67 2aO 5 CO
D 0 HideoutSr 63 40CO 80 00
4 4 69 1000 2000
1 II 70 lOCO 2000
71 1000 2003
II II 72 500 1000
W W Bishop 75 2500 25 00
G W Seevers 76 2500 25 00
J R MiddlemIss 86 100 200
II 87 100 20J
88 103 200
4 89 100 200
90 100 200
II I 91 103 200
92 100 200
I 4 93 100 200
4 4 94 100 200
95 100 200
4 4 95 200 4 00
II 97 200 400
4 4 98 200 400
II 99 200 4 00
II 4 100 200 400
co S 111 5775 115 50
DO Rideout Sr 112 1900 33 lO
And In accordance with law and order of
Board of Directors made on the Seventh
day of December 1888 so many shares of
each parcel of stock as may be necessary
will be sold at the office of the company on
Main Street Ogden Utah Territory on the
25th day of January 1889 at the hour of 2
oclock pm of such day to pay delinquent
assessments thereon together with the costs
of advertising and expenses of sale
DAVID KAY
Secretary
OGDEN CITY Utah
January 9th 1889
ASSESSMENT SALE
Junction City inning Company Prin
cipal Place of Business Ogden City
UT
XTOTICE THERE ARE DELINQUENT
NOTICE the following described stock on
account of assessment levied on the 29th
day of September A D 18S8 the several
amounts set opposite the names of the res
pective shareholders follows
No of
Certifi No of
Names cafe Shares Amount
Mac Vandyke 1 200 200
J R llddlemIss 60 1250 12250
II 61 5000 5000
u II 62 1000 10 00
I 1 61 1000 10 00
II 65 1000 10 00
67 250 250
D O Rideout 8r 68 4000 4000
II I 69 1000 1000
II II 70 1000 10 00
1 44 71 1000 10 CO
72 500 500
J R Middlmiss 86 100 100 I
II 14 87 100 100
I 4 88 100 1 Oil
II II 89 100 1 00
90 lOa 100
I Ia ii 100 100
I 92 100 100
93 100 1 00
II 94 100 100
a 1 95 110 100
a 1 96 200 200
a a 97 200 200
a a 98 200 2 00
99 200 200
a I 4 100 200 200
II 111 5775 57 75
DO Rideout Sr 112 1900 19 00
And in accordance with law and order of
the board of directors made on the 30th day
of November AD 1888 so many shares or
each parcel of stock as may be necessary
will be sold at the office of the company on
Main Street fn Ogden Utah territory on
the 22d day of January A O 1889 at the
hour of 2 oclock pm of such day to pa
delinquent assessment thereon together
with the cost of advert tig and expenses
of sale DAVID KAY
Secretary
Ogden City Utah T
OGDEU CITY UTAH
January 7th 1839
The date of the abov sale has been post
oned until the 25th day of January 1889 at
the hour of 2 oclock p m and at the same
place By order of th3 board of directors
DAVID KAY
Secretary
TAX SALE
TUHEREAB THE TERRITORIAL
WHEREAS
1Y School and County Taxes assessed
against and npon the property of Martin I
Lindsay for the year AD 1888 amounting
to One and 20100 Dollars 120 remain un
paId
Therefore I Leonard G Hardy Collector
for Salt Lake County Utah Territory by i
virtue of the authority vested in me by the
provIsions of An Act of the As
sembly of the Territory of Utah entitled
An Act to provide Revenue for the TerrI
tory of Utah and the several Counties
thereof approved February 22 18iS and of
tIle amendments thereto have levied upon
the following named property towit Two
by Six 2x6 rods of Lot One 1 Block One
Hundred and Fifty 150 as platted In Plat
nA gait Lade City Survey and will sell the
same or so much thereof as may be neces
sary to pay the Taxes and Costs at Public
notion at the front door of the County
Court House Salt Lake City on the 8h dl y
of February 1SS9 at 12 oclock M
LEONARD G HARDY
Collector for Salt Lake County
County Collectors Office No 5 County
Court Bouse Salt Lake City January 10
18 L y
Established 1862 Established 1S62
JOSEPH E TAYLOR
Pioneer Undertaker of Utah
Manufacturer and Dealer all kinds of
Wood Metallic and hcovered
Caskets and Coffins Full
stock ofBurial Cases and
Coffin Furnishings
Telegrapher Telephone Orders promptly
attended to
i ctory and Warerooms No 253 E First
lontn street Sextons Office In same
b nlldlng
Telephone No 70
g 8fficeand Warerooms never closed
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I
OGDEN
We are at ah times lad to receive com
munications from correspondents on topics
of public interest which should be ad
dressed to our branch office and be accom
panied by the name of the writer not
necessarily for publication but as a guaran
tee of good faith
Subscribers will oblige hy promptly noti
fying this office of any failure in the de
iverv cthis naner
SUNDAY January 13 189
Briefs
WELL when is the gas going to be
turned on
THE furniture for the new City Hall
has mostly arrives and part of it is in
position I
RATHER a brisk trade yesterday Con
sidering the time of the 3ear the mer
chants can not complain Work is
comparatively plenty
THE annual meeting of the Chamber
of Commerce will taki place next Mon
day evening when the election officers
fur the ensuing year will fan in order
GEORGE SLATER a teamster engaged
in hauling icj to the depot slipped irum
his load and broke his wrist Friday af
ternoon Dr Bryant reduced the frac
ture and the patient will resume work
in a short time
J W PIKE bay finally consented to
allow his name to be used in connec
tion with the Probate Judgeship of
Utah County Mr Pike Is the court
stenographer familiar to most of
Ogdens citizens
THE secretary of the Chamber of Com
merce is in receipt of a large number of
communications from wouid settlers
asking after the var ous commercial
climatic sanitary and other conditions
prevalent in the Junction City
THE amusement patrons will have
plenty of opportunity to enjoy them
selves the balance of the winter Most
of the wards are doing som thing in
that line and a good number of attrac
tions have been booked at the Opera
House
JOHN 8 LISDIEY appeared in Hazel
Kirke last evening instead of Virginius
as prevojtly advertised The change
was made at the request of many citi
zens and gave entirn satisfactisfaclion
The company throughcnt is a eo d one
and shows much study and pal taking
in the rendition of their parts
THE new nepot begins to loom up in
great shape The carpenters can be
seen on its roof shingling from a long
distance Inside the plumbers are put
ting in the pipes for steam and gas and
as soon as the windows are in steam
will be used to make the temperature
inside comfortable and the plaster work
can be done as well in cold as in warm
weather
FRIDAY evening the Fifth Ward
Schoolhouse was packed to its utmost
capacity The occasion was the con
cert previously noticed followed by the
emotional drama Out in the Streets
Nearly every number in the concert
received an encore and the drama was
well received indeed It is stated that
this ccmpmy have in preparation
another play which will be announced
in a short time
Was it Robbery
Yesterday afternoon a man appar
ently about 45 years of age complained
to the city authorities that he had been
robbed in a saloon on Fifth Street only
a short time previous and that there
were two of the alleged robbers working
together The police promptly turned
out to hunt the alleged highwaymen
but up to a late lour no developments
wee reported As near as could be
learned from the selfstyled victim he
was met by the two men above referred
to and after conversing with them for
some time was asked into the saloon
and they immediately went to a rear
room and seated themselves around a
table and proposed to play cards The
victim took out some money 85 in
gold he says and placed it in front of
him while one ot the others placed
some money on the table to be in readi
ness for th play The third party
stated it would not do to
use tne money to play with I
but thathe would take it and get some
hips This was reluctantly consented
to by both parties and the man raking
in all that was m sight stepped out the
back door After waiting a reasonable
length of time for his return the victim
began to get uneasy and inquired where
the man had gone for the chips The
other did not seem to know so the first
got up and went out the same door to
Jook for the man with his money The
door opened into a yard enclosed by a
high board fence but no egress was
visible Here amongst some coal a
coat and some cards were found but
no man The other as soon as the vic
tim went out the back way left by the
front and has not been seen since
Considerable doubt is expressed as to
the loss of the party in question the
game seems so thin The police are
investigating however
First District Court
Before Judge Henderson at Ogden
yesterday i
When court was convened yesterday
morning William West and William
Marshall were brought forward to
plead an indictment found against each
charging them with grand larceny
They waived statutory time and plead
not guilty They were remanded back
to the Penitentiary to await trial which
is set for the 22d
The People etc vs Joseph Raymond
Defendant having plead guilty to the
crime of forgery the court sentenced
him to three years In the Penitentiary
on the first count and suspended sen
tence on the second
J W Maxfield vs Joseph A West
et aI motion for new suit argued and
taken under advisement
Esther C Hendrickson was before
the grand jury yesterday morning but
refused to testify claiming a right of
privilege as the legal wife of the de
fendant The court was inclined to
that view Friday evening but when the
case was brought to his notice yester
I day morning he sentenced the lady to
the Penitentiary until such time as she
saw fit to answer The law as ex
pressed by an attorney is that if she IB
the legal wife of the defendant she can
testify or not as it suits her The
question was propounded to establish
the fact whether she was the legal wife
or not
I
SILK CURTAINS
CHENILLE CURTAINS
Madras Curtains
Come and sae them at DINWOOBEYS
GET your plumbing done by JW
Farrell No 137 Main Street Tele
phone 200
The W orkingmensCoop 1
We announce to our friends and the public generally that our StocK is now
complete with a Full Line of
DRY GOODS GROCERIES
BOOTS AND SHOES
HATS AND CAPS
FJlOTJIt OIL AND GI AIN
In fact everything a family requires Our stock of
Canned Fruits Vegetables Raisins Currants
LEMON AND CITRON PEEL
is Large and of the Finest Quality Try our
FUEL CREAM CHEESE
I 20c PER POUND THE BEST IN THE CITY
PROPRIETORS OF THE
W M COOP a MEAT MARKET
Where families can obtain the Choicest Meat at the Lowest Prices i
We are the Pioneers of Bait Lake City in Dividing iProfits with our Customers
ers having paid out over 100000 in the last eighteen months We defy com
petition in Prices and Quality Give us a Trial
CORNER THIRD WEST AND FIRST SOUTH STREETS
GEORGE ARBUCKLE
Teieplxune 25S Manager
Managert r
MASONIC LIBRARY BALL t
The Eighth Annual Ball
FOB THE I
BENEFIT OF THE MASONIC LIBRARY
WILL TAKE PLACE
On Thursday January 17th
AT THE
W ALKER OPERA HOUSE
COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS
Samuel Paul James Lowe A M Grant
M C Phillips Wm H Van Horn James Anderson
William F James E R Clnte Ed Roche
J H Clark Adolph Andersen Alfred Thompson
John S Scott George Cullins Henry Monheim
RECEPTION COMMITTEE
Samuel Paul P L Williams M C Phillips
W F James John S Scott H Monheim
Hugh Anderson J H Clark Harry Haines
FLOOR COMMITTEE
C L Haines J E Galigher L Hyams
E R Clute A M Grant
TICKETS admitting Gentleman and Ladies S3 to be had of any of the
members of the Committee of Arrangements
A Substantial Lunch will be provided by Mrs Johnson at the rear of the
stage at 50c each
t
Taylor Ramsey Armstrong Co
V m J
QBE 1LOOS EAST OFTJ 0 B B DEPOT t9
STEAI PLANING MILL
Moll Work 4777
A SPECIALTY
Sashes
Doors
Mouldings
44 All Kinds of Lumber
OIE BLOOE EAST OP U 0 B B DEPOT 3
Taylor Ropey Armstrong Co
THE PERFECTION
METAL MOULDING AND RUBBER CUSHION 1i 1 i
WEATHER
S TRIPmi
j
Will keep out the cold Stop Rattling of Windows
Exclude the Dust Keep Out Snow and Rain
and save in fuel in one season more
than the cost of weather stripping
FOR > ALE AT
H DINWOODEYS
37 to 43 W FIRST SOUTH STREET
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