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THE SALT LAKE HERALD SUNDAY MARCH 17 1889TWELVE PAGES 11
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No 303 Decapitations
Whole I am a thunderous noise
I Beheaded mora like headstrong boys
Beheaded again Im sure youll agree
That now rm a usetul forest tree
No 304 ramlllar Flowers Described
a A cross monster b A great plague to
unmarried men c An hour of tho day
d A missilo in which boys delight e A
kind of confectionery and a protuberance of
Eono toft material f A woman and an
article of her attire g An edible substanco
and something to put it in Os Importan
organs of speech
Tho name of a flower will answer in sound
I
each of tho descriptions given I
No S03 Geographical Hourglass
1 a city in Scotland C a stato of Ger
many 3 an island in tho Mediterranean sea
4 threefifths atlas 5 a letter in Paris
I
op a capo on tho coast of New Jersey trans
posed 7 a gulf south of Franco 8 a south
ern stabs 9 a city In Texas Centrals spell
tho namo of a city in Maryland
No 30G Anagrams of Notable Women
a Races halt not much
b Writo each bee shorter
c A black wool dove
d Get a chin lino for Glen
c Damo Sara bo wild
f Clip n later huo
g They need a wild tin
h Us both as nanny
i Let Clius land on our home
No C07t Curious Menagerie
W Wbtn Snip the younger tailor set up for him
Ifr self
lIe found his way smoothed by this comical elf
b In the kitchen these livo with Biddy the Cook
c And this with his oyes his lady lovo took
Cd This in tho laundry yon surely will find
ft And this on a turn out is mounted behind
CO This in a babys robe daintily dressed
Stands a fair lower of beauty confessed
< g These once were in fashion to dress ladles
hair
Qs And these on her hearthstone woro always a
pair
CO i What a great sheet of paper that artist requires
This answers his purpose and this he admires
< J1 Chinkl chink I tho not silver tis certainly
gold
Triumphantly leading the Romans of old
< to If Franklin wera hero with aerial sail
Hed say to his grandson Thereby hans a
tail
0 I Did this ono die happy when ha saw the
French run 1
a They call this a dipper or heavenly spoon
< 2Q Here is a fellow who never leaves homo
Without taking witiThlm a fashionabio comb
Xo30SDrop Letter Puzzle
I S Atthnicaonno I
Adage Supply missing lettersend find a common
No 300 hlc11es
a What may a hen bo said to be doing
when sho cackles after producing an egg
a b What word becomes shorter by adding
I a syllable
c What four letters would frighten a
thief 1
d Why are the blind tho most compos
sionato of people
< What it that dumb man cant crack
ice 310 Illustrated Conundrum
Everyday Puzzles
Ono man is ordered to cat eggs because
they are nutritious and another is cautioned
to leave them alono because they produce
S WloThis
This is a sort of topsyturvy world Kb
ono seems to be satisfied Ono man is strug
gling to get justice and another is flying
from it
Robinson takes a glass of sherry to give
him an appetite while Drown who has a
wino cellar cant touch a drop on account of
his apoplectic tendencies
Ono man keeps a pistol to protect himself
against burglars whilo his neighbor doesnt
keep ono for fear of shooting somo member
of his family by mistake
Ono rich man wears poor clothes becauso
bo is rich and can do anything while a poor
man wears line clothes because ho is poor
and wants to create tho impression that ho la
not
p How to Tell a Girls Age
Girls of a marriageable ago do not like to
tell how old they are but here is a way of
flatting it out Let tho young lady do tho
figuring Tell her to put down tho number
of tho month in which sho was born then to
multiply it by 2 then to add 5 then to mul
tiply it by GO then to add her ago then to
subtract 3C3 then to add 115 then tell her to
tell you the amount she has left Tho two
figures to the right will denote her age and
tho remainder tho month of her birth For
example tho month is 822 she is 22 years
old and was born in tho eighth month Au
gust Try it
Paradoxes
Christopher Columbus was no painter but
oil tho same ho was the first landseer of
I America
Strange as it may seem when money Is
close it is difficult to get very near it
Key to the Puzzler
yo 297A Journey Sound lookout rain
thunder don pine bluo cork big horn cham
pagno foul weather Chill bay salt licking
barnstable bath stillwater horn Albert
negro inn
No 293 Picture Puzzle Guaffc Lion
CameL Elephant Hog Horse Bear
Hound
Kb roAn octagon
SIP
S METAL
t S E V E It A L
I
J ITERATE
r f PARADED
LATER
LED
No moEasy Rebuses a Leonora h
D T Ro oer 8 Deteriorate
No SOI Missing Vowels
Hero rests his head upon tho lap of earth
A jouth to fortune and to fame unknown
Fair Science frowned not on his humble birth
And Melancholy marked Mm l for her own
No reA Charade Skinflint
p C Anderson of Ephraim sends the cor
rect answer to last Sundays puzzle No 301
LOSTI dont know where I cant tell
when I dont see how something of great
value to me and for the return of which I
shall be truly thankful viz a good appe
tite
titeFOUXD Health and strength pure
blood an appetite like that of a wolf reg
ular digestion all by taking that popular
and peculiar medicine Hoods Sarsaptrilla
I want everybody to try it this season It
is old by druggists One hundred
one dollar 255 I
Peoples Equitable Coop
Canned com two for 25c Bakers choice I
No 1 roller flour S250 No 1 economy
S24C I
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ASTRIDE THE WHEEL
Another Plea in Behalf of the
Abused Wlicelinan
rUE EIDER AGAINST THE WALKER
To Busy BrainWorkers the Bicycle is a God
send The New Safeties Bicycling
No Longer Selfish Pleasure
ANENT THE letter of H Pembroke in las
Sundays HEICAIU there is much more I
might be said both as to the condition of
roads car tracks etc and also as to the
mutual forbearance of pedestrians wheel
men and teamsters The wheel has become
a great factor in social and business econ
omy as much so in its way as the tele
graph telephone sewingmachine reaper
etc It is of fully as much importance t <
he or she who makes use of it as either of
the articles mentioned The nonwheel
manthe man who wastes his time in walk
ing or the confirmed dyspeptic may say
that man has walked for centuries and
walking is good enough Well so is hand
sewing and handreaping and letterwrit
ing and these good old ways of doing things
will last till doomsday no doubt But
while Mr Slowman is reaping by hand in
the good old style Mr Fastboy has his
harvist in and can put in a week or two of
I time which he has gained in some further
needed farm improvement or some neces
sary labor Mr Slowmans barn leaks
because he hasnt time to lix it He pos
tively has not the time because he has
wantonly wasted the time by his own
stupidity or his contempt for newfangled
thinsthe same things which Mr Nine
tcenthCenturyFastboy was quick to see
the utility of Mr Slowman walks or
spends half his time hitching up feeding
grooming or doctoring a horse and cart and
harness Fastboy has mounted his wheel
of steel and run his errand before Slow
man has started on his Slowman the
clerk walks home to dinner and feels used
up by the time he gets back to the store
Fastboy has an enjoyable ride plenty of
time to eat dinner and twenty minutes to
spare with his family which Slowman has
wasted in walking Fastboy feels refreshed
and better for his dinner outing ho
digests his food better he is better naturcd
to customers he is a better citizen than
Slowman Whoever knew a wheelman
that was not a good citizen and a jolly good
fellow
VeRILY THE twowheeler the bicycle
has become an institution of the earth
Not only in civilized but in all countries is
its value becoming known
There are over two millions in use
Hence it is here to stay
It is not a craze as roller skates were
It is not a folly or a toy
It is business I
It is a time saver a health giver a
pleasure and a convenience
Since the introduction of the ladys
bicycle it can no longer be called a selfish
pleasure
More wheels mean better roadsbetter
roads mean more pleasure for both pedes
trians and teamsters
The better the roads are kept the more
prosperous a community becomes The
League of American Wheelmen now num
bering 15000 are turning their attention to I
road making all over the land
They are already compelling road super
visors to do their duty in many places
They have a legal fund and the best legal
counsel The people get the benefit of this
warfare and may well exclaim Long live
the wheel I
Mu SLOW MIX says the wheel is danger
ous to ride
A friend of mine once asked me to ride
with him behind his trotter I declined
plsasantly as I patted my wheel and he
suggested that it was so much safer than a
bicycle Two days afterward that man
came around for some court plaster He
was a picture for a comic almanac good
representation of the breaking up of a hard
winter The horse had run away the
buggy could not stand the pressure and
the whole outfit was demoralized
Then I laughed I had him on the hip
A CUlEPlL rider on a safety bicycle need
never have a fall If he or she does tLo
foot is never more than six inches from the
ground
If you are a pedestrian and a bicycle
bears down upon you keep your own way
swerve not to the right nor the left You
have a right to your share of the road You
have a right to dance back and forth in
front of the wheelman but please dont
do itYouhaea
You have a right to stand on your head on
the street but please dont do it It makes
ho wheelman want to get off and kill you
with an ax or a large club with spikes in it
And he wonders how you escaped from the
lunatic asylum
He wants you to have your share of the
earth but hopes you wont take up a
wide irregular erratic track by dancing
back and forth in front of him
Go your way and unless there is four or
five of you abreast he wont touch you by
a yard or more
AND DOXT ask him to ring a bell It only
frightens you more and makes you mote
widely rattled than if he glides silently past
you before you realize he is near
Besides this you feel angry with him for
the tinkle or zrrr of that bell seems to
form the words get out of my way
And then you are as mad as a hornet and
you have a right to be The bell is a hum
bug > I have tried it under all condi
tions and never yet made any friends with
it The wheelman has more cause to fear
a collision than you have for he generally
takes the worst tumble Falls on his neck
as it were So pedestrian teamster wheel
man and woman bear and forbear with
each others peculiarities and you will find
that the world is wide enough for all
PEMBROKE HAS disposed of two Stars the
past week and has two of the safety Stars
on the read
To nosy brainworkers the bicycle is a
Godsend almost if not quite a necessity
Dr Blackham
G W QUSHING has one Columbia light
roadster safety now on the road It was
ordered for a gentleman of this city
A sios on a large crank bicycle set out for
sale on Main street reads For sale cheap
Vo want to ride the drop frame safety
BROWNING Bitos of Ogden have placed
an order for a new Volant safety built on
the Springfield roadster principle also a
ambler ladys bicycle
THE IHCTCLE simply converts a step into
a rotary motion and a more rapid move
mentof the feet is practicable in the latter
so that from eight to fifteen miles an hour
arc feasible on the road
OTIIC VICTOR and Columbia makers are
now dealing in ladys or dropframe bicycles
cycles having been compelled to import
hem from England to supply the growing
demand Every maker is fast working to
bring out one of domestic manufacture
Straws show which way the wind blows
CONTRAST THE man who limits his daily
physical exercise to the use of dumbbells
the crossbars and a stroll in the evening
with a man who takes his daily run on his
bicycle and you will find in the majority of
instances that the preponderance of health
and strength is largely on the side of the
latter
THE MANAGING editor of one of the big
dailies repeatedly said that the bicycle has
proved of very great use to his paper and
a reporter on the PostDispatch emphasized
the remark by saying Since I got a
wheel my work has become a source of
pleasure rather than a task tobe got through
with I get more done and do it much
quicker than ever before I dont see why
the wheel will not become indispensable to
n daily paper
A BICYCLER rival of Thomas Stevens is
Mr Hugh Callan a Glasgow clergyman I
who after wheeling from Paris entered
Constantinople on October 1st His route I
I
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lay over France into Alsace by Belfon
along the Rhine from Basle to Constance
up the Arlburg pass to Innsbruck over the
Brenner pass through Carinthiaby Villach
and Carriola by Laibach through Croatia
by Apram and down by the Save to Selim
and Belgrade From Belgrade he rode
down Servia to Nisch over the mountains
to Pirot thence into Bulgaria through the
Dragoman pass to Sophia over Trojans
pass to Phillipopolis and by Adrianople to I
Silivria to Stamboul In all about 18830
miles He lay ill of a fever a week in
Sophia He intends to prolong his journey
through Asia Minor into Syria and Palis
tine as far as Jerusalem
Jpoiq f
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1
Combines the juice of the Blue Figs of
California so laxative and nutritious
with the medicinal virtues of plants
known to be most beneficial to the
human system forming the ONLY PER
FECT REMEDY to act gently yet
promptly on the
KIDNEYS LIVER AND BOWELS
AND TO
Cleanse the System Effectually
SO THAT
PURE BLOOD t fi
REFRESHING SLEEP
HEALTH and STRENGTH
Naturally follow Every one is using it
and all are delighted with it Ask your
druggist for SYRUP OF FIGS Manu
factured only by the
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO
SAN FRANCISCO CAL
° K Kv NEW YOKK N V
ELYS
CATARHS
Cream Balm
Cleanses the Nasal SSSgWffj
Passages Alia y s CoO
Pain and InllammnjrHAYFEVER
tion Heals the Sores
Restores the Senses
of Taste and Smell
TRY THE CDBEHOfEEVER
A particle is applied into each nostril and is
agreeable Price 50 cents at Druggists by mall
registered CO j cents ELY BROTHERS M
Warren Street New York
Ask Your Retailer for the
JAMES LEANS
4 SHOE
ole TUE
JAMES MEANS
3 SHOE0
According to Your Needs
JAMES MEANS 84 SHOE
I s light ana stylish Itliu like a
es otockIng and IIEOIJIRES
K IhEEAflNtfINbc
rrs
1h ° Is worn ltwm hstjslthe most
S rsetsaoss JAJw MEAes
3 ShOE is absolteiy ties
1esme eriyobooofitsprieewldck
las ever been placed cx
5 S Ivclyon the market
t In which durability
13 considered before
mere oat
S r ward
AftftrUJoe S S tigSSiSSS
Ueam t3 Shoe for Boys
J WEANS CO Boston
Pull lines of the above chocs for sale by
33 ox1slxiIx
CHEAP DWELLINGS I
1650 Three roomed Brick house nearly
new on Third Street 3 rods by 10
rods car line and city water
S lGSO Fourroomed brick house 3 rods by 20
rods one block from street cars
Tenth Ward
S 2500 Threeroomed brick house 24 rods by
10 rods twater and gas close by
First South Street
S 2600 Four roomed brick house close to
West Temple 2 Y JOds by 5 rods
S 6500 Splendid adobe house of 11 rooms
short distance up City Creek 8 rods
frontage
13000 Modern built house just east of Eagle
Gate 9 rooms 314 rods by 10 rods
gas and water
FULLER YOUNG
Special Bargains in Flatware I
ROGERS EROS
TRHLE PLATE
Knives Forks SPOO s
AT A
BARGAIN FOR A FEW DAYS
AT
O L Eliasons
220 MAIN ST OPP POSTOFFICE
REiVL 0 vent
JI B KEYSOR THE DENTIST
Who has for many years had his Dental
Parlors In THE HEUAID Block
HAS REMOVED to
The ScottAuerbacli Building Main Street
Where ho occupies
FRONT BOOMS 30 AND 31 TOP FLOOR
Ask the Elevator Boy to take you to the
TOP FLOOR
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Utah Central Railway
EW rIME CARI >
February 10th 1889
Passenger Trains Leave Salt Lake Daily as Follows
GOING NORTH I GOING SOUTH
Atlantic and U b N Express at740 am I Mllford Express at 400 pm
Park City and Pacific Express at 150 pm f Juab Express at 720am
Passenger Trains Arrive in Salt Lake Daily as Follows
FROM NORTH I FROM SOUTH
Park City and Paelflc Express at10iO am I HUford Express at 1000 am
Atlantic and U N Express at 300 pm Juab Express at 640 pm
FRANCIS COPE JOHN SHARP
General Freight and Passenger Agent General Superintendent
Salt Lake Western
RAILVAY
On md after
Tuesday March 15 1887
Trains will run as follows
STANDARD MOUNTAIN TIME
° Leave Lehi Junction at 843 am
Cedar Fort at 940
Five mile Pass at 1010
Rush Valley at 1033
Doremusat 1110
Arrive Ironton at 1133
Leave Crouton at 1140
Arrive Silver City at 1159
Leave Silver City at 1220pi
Arnvolronton at 1223
Leavolrontonatu 140
tArrive Doremus nt 233
t RushValleyat 310
t Fivemile Pass at 340
Cedar Fort at 410
Lehi Junction at 515
Connects with Utah Central train leaving
Salt Lake at 720 a m
Connects with Utah Central train arriving at
Salt Lake at C4i j p m
JStops only upon signals
W W OUTER Superintendent
TIlE CHICAGO AND
NORTH
WESTERN
I1ai1cLr
IS TilE
POPULAR ROUTE
AND HUNS THB FAST AXTJ ELEGANT
Overland Express I
Which makes close Union Depot connec
tions with thrcught trains from
SALT LAKE CITY and the WEST
TO
CHICAGO AND EASTERN CITIES
The Direct Line to
SJ PAUL ULUTII
ANI > IIXXEAPOLIS
PALACE SLEEPING CARS
Aero
NORTHWESTERN DINING CARS ON
ALL THROUGH TRAINS
For full information apply to
J H YOU2VG
Traveling Passenger Agsnt
S RATP TAT T fMTV
u
J M WHITMAN General Manger
II E WICKER Traffic Manager
H P WILSON General Passenger Agent
CHALlVIERS
English Catarrh Cure
IS A SURE CURE FOR
CATARRH
Recommended and Prescribed by Dr
Prentice
IT ALSO CURES
Deafness
Hay Fever
Bad Breath
SO o CentsA BOXSO Cents
At Salt Lake City Drug Stores
Sent by Mail on Receipt of
Price
NEW ORLEANS LAi
I Buffered with catarrh for many years and got
so deaf that I went about my Museum Circus
and Theatre giving directions and doing business
with a big eartrumpet at the side of my head It
was very annoying to me and amusing to those
who saw me By the advice of physicians I
sought the climate of the Sunny South In six
months I could see no change and was discour
aged At this time I began using Chalmers
English Catarrh Cure In three months I felt a
new man in six my hearing returned I refused
to give a testimonial at once for the English
Catarrh Cure as I feared it was not permanent
But a year or more has now passed and I can
now heartily indorse Chalmers English Catarrh
Cure for the cure of catarrh and deafness
EUGENE ROBINSON
Proprietor Robinsons Circus and Memphia and
New Orleans Museums and Theatres
ENNYROYAL WAPSUi 1
oi Prescription Q2 H 1
5 4 has had a life tans i UUfftpic
treating female Ciseosea JBca
Lt monthly with perfect BOOKS t
over 10000 ladies Pleaaaa6af
1 enectuaL Ladles
gist for Pauso7ftl wa at
take no subetitEte orthcl Jxt
age for seled JIIrtIctJJa
fie drugghes juerDOi AS
lEEEUBEKiCEffi2iHCAUCOD = rBGa 11l J
Sold in Salt Lake and Utah by
A C SMITH CO AKenf
L EVIlS 98 per ctLYE t
11 Powdered and Per
0 I fumed
PATENTED
il The strongest and purest
Lye made Will make 10
Ibs of the lest Perfumed
Hard Soap In 20 minutes
without toiling It Is the
best for disinfecting sinks
closets drains etc Photo
e graphers and machinists
9 uses Foundrymen bolt
and nut makers For engi
neers as a boiler cleaner
and antiincrustator For
h brewers and bottlers for
washing barrels bottles
etaForpainters to remove
old paints For washing
trees etc etc
PENNA SALT HFG CO
S t Gen Agts Phlla Pa
S
Denver Rio Grande
WESTERN RAILWAY
SCENIC LINE of the WORLD
Curre3t i21e TobIe
Ill EFFECT FEBRUARY 71 1889
EASTBOUND TRAINS
TRAINSNo
No 8
Ogdenu Lv 810 am
Salt Lake City Ar 030 am
Provo Ar 1105 pm
Zii
Springville Ar 1135 pm
Denver Ar 730 pm
Chioije Ar 800am
WESTBOUND TRAINS
TRAINSNo
No 7
Salt LakeCity LT 440pm
Ogden Ar 600 pm
San Francisco Ar 715 pm
BINGHAM AND ALTA TRAINS
Leave Salt Lako City 750 am
Arrive Salt Lake City 420 pm
D C DODGE J H BENNETT
General Manager Gen Pass Agt
Utah Nevada Ry
OX AND AiTER
Monday November 12th 1888
U J J
Tho Utah Nevada Railway will run its trains
dally Sunday excepted as follows
For Terminus Garfield Beach and Intermediate
Stations
Leave Salt Lake City at R10 am
Arrive Garfield Beach at OS am
Arrive at Terminus at 1110am
Fer Salt lake City and Intermediate Stations
Leave Terminus at 1235 pm
Leave Garfield Beach at 20 pm
Arrive at Salt Lake City at 335 pm
Fare to Garfield Beach and Return 125
Special Trains may be chartered at a nominal
sum and made ready at short notice
S F FENTON W W RITER
G F and P Agt Supt
UNION PACIFIC RY
The Overland Route
The Only Line Carrying the United States
Overland Mall
Through Pullman Sleepers and Modern Day
Coaches from the Missouri River
KAKIG
Direct Connections
BBTtraKx
Denver Cheyenne Kansas
City Council Bluffs Oma
ha Chicago St Louis and
all Nebraska Colorado
Idaho Montana Oregon
Washington Territory
and Northern Pacific
Coast Points
Baggage Checked Through to and from Points
deci g 10
East and West and Connections made
at Missouri River with limited
Trains of Eastern Lines
Secondclass Pullman Sleepers on All Trains
T L KIMBALL E i IX5MAX
oeneral Manager G P T A
OMAHA OMAHA
Arrival and Departure of Union Pacific Trains
laIn Line
AlllUTH
Mall and Express 500 pm
DKPAItT
Mall and Bipress 740 am
UTAH NORTHERN AND OREGON SHORT
LINE
AniKTB
Mail and Express 500 p m
DEPART
Mail and Express 740 a m
ECHO AND PARK CITY
AIIIUYB
Mall and Express 100 a m
DBPART
Mall and ExpleSnn 150 pm
The 740 a m train leaving Salt Lake and
the 500 p m train arriving at Salt Lake carry
through Pullman Sleepers between Salt Lake
City Cheyenne and Council Bluffs
Sleeping car reservations can be secured for
either east bound trains or for the Utah I >
Northern and Oregon Short Line trains by ap
plication to the Union Ticket Olftce at Salt Lake
City or Ogden
J V PARKER
Division Passenger Agent
NOTICE
To the Stockholders of the Salt Lake
I > Fort Douglas Railway Company
On Saturday the 6th day of April
1S89 at 12 oclock noon a meeting of
the stockholders of the Salt Lake
Fort Douglas Railway Company will
be held at the office of said company
in Salt Lake City Utah for the pur
pose of electing officers for the ensu
ing year and for the transaction of
such other business as may properly
be brought before it
ARTHUR STAYNER
Secretary S L F D Ry Co
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
March 15 1889
ltW b jj Ioa iSi
Deseret National Bank
AIr xii CITY UTAH j
ji
Paid in Capital 250000 j j
Surplus 250000 A
1
JOHN SHARP PRMiDRyT S
MOSES THATCHER VICEPRESIDENT
L S HILLS CASHIER oj
E A SMITH ASSISTANT CASHIER
1
IrnEcTo1 1
JOHN SHARP MOSES THATCHER W W RITER
J R BARNES J T LITTLE L C CUTLER
JAMES SHARP HENRY DINWOODEY F W JENNINGS
D H PEERY HEBEIt J GRANT GEORGE ROMNEY
L S HILLS
RECEIVES DEPOSITS PAYABLE ON DEMAND j
Buys and Sells Exchange on New York San Francisco Chicago St Louis Omaha
London and all tho Principal Continental Cities
LEGAL NOTICE
In tht Probate Court of the County of Salt Lake
Territory of Utah I
IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF I
1 Silas F James deceased Order to show
cause why orderof sale of real estate should not
be made Jane E James the administratrix of
the estate of Silas F James deceased having
filed her petition herein I duly verified prayinp
r nh letI
le ulIe r f
for an order of sale of the real estate rr baici
decedant for the purposes therein set forth it
is therefore ordered by the judge of said court
that all persons interested in the estate of said
deceased appear before the said Probate Court
on Tuesday the second day of April 1R89 at 10
oclock in the forenoon of said day at the court
room of said Probate Court at tho County
Courthouse in the City and County of Salt Lake
Utah Territory to show cause why an order
should not bo granted loUse said administratrix
to sell so much of the real estate of the said de
ceased at public sale as shall be necessary and
that a copy of this order be published at least
foursuccesalveweeks in THE SALT LAKE DAILY
HBIIALD a newspaper printed and published in
said city and county
Dated February IRS
JOHN A MARSHALL
Probate Judge
TERRITORY or UTAH i
Corarr OP SALT LAKH cOo
I John C Cutler Clerk of the Probate Court
in and for the County of Salt Lake in the Terri
tory of Utah do hereby certify that the forego
ing is a full true and correct copy of order to
show cause in the matter of the estate of Silas
F James deceased as appears of record in my
officeIn
In witness whereof I have hereunto set
my hand and affixed the seal of said
SHALl court this twentyseventh day of
February A D 18SD
JOHN C CUTLER Probate Clerk
LEGAL NOTICE
Intfte PIo ate Courtinandfor Salt dale County I
Territory of Utah
TN THE MATTER OF TUB ESTATE OF
IN Ev Ilto
1 Fde fS 1
I Jane Walton Price deceased Notice of
time and place for the hearing of petition for admission
mission to probate of will Pursuant to an
order of arJo court ofn said matter notice Is
hereby given that Tuesday the 19th day of
March AD 18S9 at 10 oclock am at the
county court house In Salt Lake City Utah
Territory in the court room of said court has
been appointed the time and place for tho hear
ing of a petition of John Walton Price praying
for the admission to probate of a certain docu
ment therewith presented purporting to be the
last will and testament and codicil to last will
and testament of Jane Walton Price deceased
when and where all persons interested may ap
pear and oppose the probate of said will or the
panting of letters testamentary to John Walton
Price as prayed for in said petition
Dated Salt Lake City March G 18S9
JOHN C CUTLER
Probate Clerk Salt Lake County
LEGAL NOTICE
In th Probate Court in and for Salt Lake County
Territory of Utah
TN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF
IN si 1J JG
I Samuel Steward deceased Notice is hereby
given that Robert Steward administrator of the
estate of Samuel Steward deceased has ren
dered for settlement and filed in said court his
final account of his administration of said estate
and petition for distribution and that the 30th
day of March AD 1889 at 10 oclock am at the
court room of said court in tho county court
house Salt Lake city and county Utah territory
g gdco tlhJ1
has been duly appointed by the judge of said
court for the settlement of said account and
hearing petition for distribution at which time
and place any person interested in said estate
may appear and show cause if any there be
why said account should not be settled and ap
proved and distribution made as prayed for
Dated March 6 1889
1S89JOHN
JOHN C CUTLER
Clerk Probato Court
DR CHERBOURG
40 48 W 2nd
South St Salt
S Lake City Utah
5 5 S A regular graduate
S in medicine and
S special practition
S er Authorized to
= o treat all Chronic
S Nervous and Pri
vate Diseases
Seminal Weakness
night losses
HSALTIS WEALTH Sexual Debility
loSS of sexual power Nervous Debility loss Of
nerve force Diseases of tho Blood Syphilis
Gonorrhoea Gleet and Stricture curod Curable
cases guaranteed or money refunded Charges
low Thousands of cases cured Age and ex
perience are important All medicines are
especially prepared for each individual case at
my own laboratory No injurious or poisonous
compounds used
No time lost from business Patients at a
distance treated by letter and express Medi
cine sent everywhere free from gaze or break
age No delay in filling orders
Send 4 cents in Stamps for Symptom List and
Treatise on Special Diseases on which to get a
full history of disease etc States your case
send for terms and trial treatment Secrecy
observed either In person or by mail
NOTICE
mo THE STOCKHOLDERS OP THE UTAH
TO Central Railway Company that there will bo
a meeting of the stockholders of said company
in tho companys office Deseret National Bank
building East Temple Street In Salt Lake City
in Utah Territory at the hour of 11 oclock in
the forenoon of Saturday the Hid day of March
1889 for the purpose of amending tho articles of
association by changing the southern terminus
of said road and extending its corporate fran
chise from its present southern terminus to some
point on tho western line of the Territory of
Utah and near tho point where the old overland
wagon road crosses said Territorial line on its
way to Pioche in the State of Nevada also to
extend the companys franchise over a branch
line from or near Juab Station on the line of the
said Utah Central Railway in Juab County In
Utah Territory to some point in Castle Valley
in Emery County in said Territory also to make
some changes in regard to that portion of the
companys lino that extends from Milford to
Iron Springs with a view to either extending
that branch or discontinuing it altogether also
some action In regard to the Pleasant Valley
branch of said companys road with a view to
withdrawing tho companys charter from said
branch also the question as to changing the
companys name the number of its directors
and to increasing tho companys capital stock
and to generally change its present termini and
alter its present routeEZRA
EZRA H BAKER
HENRY MCFARLAND
Trustees for Union Pacific Railway Gel
JOHN SHARP
JOHN SHARP Jit
S JAMES SHARP
FREDERICKLAMESand
SARAH L AMES
Owners of more than onethird of tho capital
stock of said company
LEGAL NOTICE
In the Probate Court in and for Salt Lake County
Territory of Utah
p THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF
1 Hosea Stout deceased Notice i of time
and place for the hearing ot petition for admis
sion to probate of will Pursuant to an order of
said court In said matter notice is hereby given
that Monday the lath day 01 March A D 1S8U
at 10 oclock a m at the County Court House in
Salt Lako City Utah Territory in the court
room of said court has been appointed the time
and place for the hearing ot a petition ot Samuel
Brinton praying for the admission to probate
of a certain document therewith presented
purporting to be the last will and testament
of Hosea Stout deceased when and where all
persons interested may appear and oppose the
probate of said will or the granting of letters
testamentary to him as prayed for in said
petition
Dated at Salt Lake City March 12th 1889
JOHN C CUTLER
Probate Clerk Salt Lake County
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McCornick Co
BANKERS
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
Careful attention given to the sale of Ores and
Bullion We solicit consignments guaran
4
anteeing highest market price
COLLECTIONS MADE AT LOWEST RATES
Execute orders for the purchase sale of
stocks and bonds at New York rand San Fran
Cisco
We sell Exchange and Telegraphic Transfers
on leading cities of the United States also fur
nish Sight Drafts or Remit Funds to London
Dublin Berlin Copenhagen Paris Stockholm
and all other prominent points in Europe at
Lowest Rates of Exchange
ACTIVE ACCOUNTS SOLICITED
CORRESPOXDEXTS
New YorkImp and Trad Nat Bank Chemi
cal Nat Bank Kountze Bros
ChicagoCommercial Nat Bank
San Francisco First Nat Bank Crocker
Woodworth Nat Bank
Omaha I Omaha Nat Bank
Isrs
f1 Louis State Bankof St Louis
Kansas City Nat Bank of Kansas City
DenverDenver Nat Bank City Nat Bank
Ogden Commercial Nat Bank
Helena Mont First Nat Bank
Butte Mont Clark I > Larabie First Nat
Bank
Halley IdahoFirst Nat Bank
Believue IdahoBank of Bellevue
London England Messrs Martin Co S3
Lombard Street
United States Depository
Union National Bank
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
Capital Fully Paid 200000
Surplus and Undiiided Profits 85000
Transacts a General Banking Business Re
ceives deposits payable on demand
Collections made at current rates and remit
tances made on day of payment
Correspondents in the principal cities of the
United States and Europe
COMMODIOUS SAFE DEPOSIT VAULT
absolately Fire and Burglar Proqf connected
with the Bank Safe Deposit Boxes M i to tIlt
per annum
Special Attention given to the Sale of Ores and
BullionJOSEPH
JOSEPH R WALKER President
M J CHEESMAN Cashier
C H FARNSWORTH Asst Cashier
J II DACOY F a OLLA1D
President Cashier
BANK of SALT LAKE
General Banking Business Transacted
Active Bccounts Solicited
Interest Paid on Time Deposits
EXCHANGE BOUGHT AND SOLD
Money to Lend on Real Estate from Ono to
Fire Years Time
WELLS FARGO COS
BANK
Salt Lake City Utah
ESTABLISHED 1N
Transacts a General Banking Business
J E DOOLY CASHIER
WILTORD WOODRUFF B H ScnmrLER
President Asst Cashier
ZIONS
SAVINGS BANK
AD
Tur ooovnpY
No 5o EAST TEMPLE STREET
DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
Pays 5 Per Cent Interest on Savings
Deposits
MONEY TO LOAN
OaApproTKl Securities at Low Bates
o Interest
T R JONES S J LYNN
T R JONES CO
BAN K ERS
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
Transact a General Banking Business In all Its
branches
Dealers In Foreign and Domestic Exchange
Careful attention given to Collections and re
mittances made on day of payment
Bonds and stocks bought and sold on commis
sion Long loans made on city real estate at low
rates of interest
Special attention given to the selling of ores
and bullion of which consignments are solicited
Advances made on ores base bullies
Gold and silver bars shipped for refining
CORRESPOXDEXTS
Now York J B tlt Co
Omaha Omaha National Bank
San Francisco Bank of California
ChicagoFirst National Bank
DenverGerman National Bank
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