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H 6 THE SALT LAKE HEJELAU THURSDAY MAY 22 189C
THE MURDER CASE I
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Motion for a Continuance Argued I
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and Submitted
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I SNEDAKEE TO GET IT SATURDAY
The Shell Case Continued The Extenuatluc
Circumstances in tho Assault Case
Judee Laneys Scales
The case of George Shell who is un
der indictment for embezzlement was
called up in the Thirddisrict court yes
terday morning butthe defense was not
ready toproceed to trial owing the ab
sence of J T Gilmer an important wit
ness and th1fc wascdntinued
The case of Charles M Wyman charged
with murder was called up and the defense
moved for a continuance The motion was
argued and taken under advisement
The bond of L C Snedaker who was
convicted on Monday of adultery was ap
proved The defendant will be sentenced
on Saturday
In the case of Charles Houck charged
with assault the defendant pleaded guiity
and in view of the extenuating circum
stances the court imposed a nominal fine
of5
ofIn the cases of Della and George Martin
who are now serving terms for forgery
I the other indictments for that crime were
dismissed on motion of the prosecution
J H Midgley vs James Glendinning
dismissed
Adjoarned until this morning at 10
STABBED IN THE NECK
John Francis Under Arrest for an Assault
Upon Henry Vaughn
In the police court yesterday Andrew
Lund and Thomas Smith were lined 10 each
for drunkenness
Thomas Mara pleaded guilty to a similar
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charge and was let off with a fine of 5
John Francis who is under arrest for
assaulting Henry Vaughn was released
yesterday upon giving a bond of 100 to se
cure his appearance for trial tomorrow
I The row occurred in a West Temple street
saloon and VaUghan was stabbed in the
back of the neck
Later in the day it was learned that
Vaughns injuries were much more serious
than was at first supposed
THE COUNTY COURT
Application for County Roads to be Opened
Fish and Game Commissioner
The county court held a lengthy session
yesterday and disposed of the following
business
The bill of Prof Hirschiniz for making an
analysis of the contents of the stomach Mary
Jane Warn at the coroners inquest was al
lowed
The road supervisor was instructed to repair
a driveway in road district 14 at a cost not to
exceed 2CO
Selectman Howe was appointed a committee
of one to examine a certain locality with a view
of ascertaining whether a county road can be
opened there
The question as to the sanity of a son of
James Honeysctt was referred to Dr Joseph S
Richards
The report of County Surveyor McAllister
determining the boundary lines of school dis
trict No 53 was received and approved
The resignation of W B McNulty as justice
of the peace of Bingham precinct was ac
cepted
The petition of B Harmon and others in
relation to the opening of a county road on
Second West street as far south as Mouselys
was referred to Judge Bartch
The petition of B A M Froiseth and others
asking that a county road be made and opened
in sections 10 15 9 16 8 and 17 township 1
south range e1e west was referred to Judge
Bartch and Selectman Smith
The reportof Fish and Game Commissioner
M Barratt was received and filed and the gen
tleman was asked to furnish the court with a
detailed account of his services as such com
missioner
He represented that in pursuance of law he
had frequently visited all portions of the county
for the purpose of seeing that the laws for the
protection of fish and game were rigidly en
forced It isimpossible however he says to
detect and bring to punishment all infringers of
the law but much has been accomplished by
keeping a constant watch on those suspected of
violating it and warning them as well
as others that the law shall without fear
or favor be enforced and that too
to its fullest extent During the last
year the reprehensible practice of shooting
game and catching fish out of season has been
restricted to very narrow limits to what it wis
heretofore to eradicate such practice in tot
would be impossible unless the county would
employ some half dozen salaried men who
could and would at the proper season con
stoutly devote their time to inspecting the mar
kets of Salt Luke city as well as traveling ov r
the county for like purpose In certain locali
ties in this county standing rewards have been
offered for the detection of any and all persons
infringing the law and the rewards were never
earned Still 1 have good reason to believe
that the offer lenfed to a very great extent to
prevent ivs violation The sherin of the county
and tie ntfd States mars aal have rendered
valuable assistance
The petition of Andrew Hansen and others to
change Granite and Butler precinct lines Was
granted
EVERYBODY KNOWS
That at this season the blood is filled with
impurities the accumulation of months of
close confinement in poorly ventilated
stores workshops and tenements All these
impurities and every trace of scrofula salt
rheum or other disease may be expelled
taking Hoods Sarsaparilla the best blood
purifier ever produced It is the only med
icine of which 100 doses one dollar is true
53 I
A Great Liver MedicIne i
Dr Gunns Improved Liver Pills are a
sure cure for sick headache billious com
plaints dyspepsia indigestion costiveness
torpid liver etc These pills insure per
feet digestion correct the liver and stom
ach regulate the bowels purify and enrich
the blood and make the skin clear They
also produce a good appetite and invigorate
and strengthen the entire system by their
tonic action Sold at 25 cents a box by Z
C M L drug store
WHOOPING COUGH
There is no danger from this disease
when Chamberlins Cough remedy is freely
given It liquefies the tough tenacious
mucus and aids in its expectoration It
also lessens the severity and frequency of
the paroxysms of coughing and insures a
speedy recovery There is not the least
danger in giving it to children or babies
as it contains no injurious substance 50
cent bottles for sale by Z C M L drug
department
The Blessing Strong Nerves
Is recoverable not by the use of mineral soda
tives but by a recourse to effectual tonic treat
ment Opiates and the like should only be
used as auxiliaries and then as sparingly as
possible Vigorous ucrvcs are quiet ones and
the most direct way to render them so is to rein
force the vital energies That sterling invigor
ant Hostetters Stomach Bitters will be found
11sufflcient for this purpose since it entirely
remoes impediments tothorough digestion and
assimilation of the food so that the body is assured
sured its due amount ot nourishment and consequently
sequently of stamina Rheumatic tendencies
and affections of the kidneys and bladder are
also counteracted by the Bitters which is besides
sides a pleasant medicinal stimulant infinitely
purer than the raw excitants of commerce
which react injuriously upon the nervous sys
tem 5
A Safe Investment
Is one which is guaranteed to bring you
satisfactory results or in case of failure a
return of purchase price On this safe
plan you can buy from our advertised drug
gists a bottle of Dr Kincs New Discovery
for consumption It is guaranteed to bring
relief in every case whqn used for an
aflection of throat lungs or chest sucn as
consumption inflammation of lungs bron
chitis asthma whooping cough croup
etc etc It is pleasantand agreeable to i
taste perfectly safe and can always be de
fended upon Trial bottles free at A C
Smith Cos drug store 1
A Sure Cure tor Piles
Itching Piles are known by moisture like
perspiration causing intense itching when
warnr This form as well as blind bleed
ing and protruding yield at onco to Dr
Bosancos Pile Remedy which acts di I
rectly on the parts affected absorbs tu I
mors allays itching and effects a perma
nent cure 50c Druggists or mail trea
tise free Dr Bosanco Piqua O Sold by
Z C M I drug store
HE SOT RELIEF AT LAST
Wm Westlake a prominent farmer
stock raiser and breeder of thoroughbred
horses living about 1w J and one half miles
from Avoca Neb was so badly injured by
being thrown from a sulky as to ho unable
to raise his nand to his head After using
numerous liniments and consulting several
physicians without getting any relief he
came and asked me if I knew of anything
that would help him I gave him bottle
of Chamberlains Pain Balm in two weeks
he entirely recovered the use of his arm I
consider Chamberlains Pain Balm the
greatest preparation ever produced for all
sprains bruises deep seated and muscular
painsT J La Grange druggist Avoca
Neb For sale by Z C11 I Drug Depart
ment
Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria
ERADICATES BLOOD POi
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1 = > Aki SON AND BLOOD TAINT
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QCVERAI bottles of Swifts Specific SS S
entirely cleansed my system of contagious
blood poison of the very worst type
WM S LOOMIS Shreveport La
CURES SCROFULA EVEN
Fk
IN ITS WORST FORMS
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I HAD SCROFULA in 18S4 and cleansed my
system entirely from it by taking seven
bottles of S S S I have not had any symp
fnmc ctnrv > r iv iu > < w
Spartanburg S CHAS
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HAS CURED HUNDREDS CF
CASES OF SKIN CANCER
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
free SWIFT SPECIFIC Co Atlanta Ga
W A TAYLOR
Merchant Tailor
New Spring Styles
JUST ARRIVED
43 and 40 East Second South Street
SALT LAKE CITY
NOTICE
AF THE INTENTION OF THE CITY COUN
U cil to extend water mains on Fourth uth
street one block westward beginning at corner
of First West street
Notice is hereby given by the city council of
Salt Lake city of the intention of such council
to make the following described improvement
towit Extending and laying iron water pipes
or mains along the following streets namely
Fourth South street beginning at a point of
connection with the mains at the corner of First
West and Fourth South streets and running
westward one block ana defraying threefourths
of the cost thereof estimated at 1200 twelve
hundred dollars by a local assessment upon
the lots or pieces ground within the following
uescnoeu aistnci oemg tne district to be
affected or benefitted by said improvement
namely All of lots 1 238 block 49 lots 56
78 block 42 lots 67 block 43 lots I 8 block
48 all in plat A Salt Lake city survey All pro
tests and objections to the carrying out of such
intention must be presented Jn writing to the
city recorder on or before May 27 Silo being
the time set by the city council when it will
hear and consider such objections as may be
made thereto
By order of tho city council of Salt Lake city
made April 15ISW
LOUIS HYAMS City Recorder
Salt Lake City May 1 1890
NOTICE
JF THE INTENTION OF THE CITY
J council to extend water mains on First
I West street from Sixth to Seventh South
streets
Notice Is hereby given by the city council of
Salt Lake city of the intention of such council
to make the following described improvement
towit Extending and laying iron water pipes
or mains along the following streets namely
FIrbt West street from Sixth South to Seventh
I South streets and defraying threefourths of
the costs thereof estimated at 3500 twenty
i live hundred dollars by a local assessment up i
on the lots or pieces of ground within the fol i
lowing described district being ths district to
be affected or benefltted by sam improvement
namely All of lots 2345 block 23 lots 1 2
78 block 24 lots 6 7 block 13 lots 50 block
14 all in plat A Salt Lake city survey All
protests and objections to tho carrying out of
such intention must bo presented in writing to
the city recorder on or before May 37 1890
being the time set by the said council when it
will hear and consider such objections as may
be made thereto
By order of the city council of Salt Lake
city made April 15 1500
LOUIS HYAMS City Recorder
Salt Lake City May 11B90
SPENCER KIMBALL
HEADQUARTERS FOR
FINE
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SHOESiIIt1I
SOLE AGENTS FOR
LATTEMAHS CORBET SHOES
I For Weak Ankles
SOLE AGENTS FOR
Laird Schober Mitchell and James A Bannister
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ANIERICAN
1 CLOTHING SHOE CO
t 120 s Mir 1reet
We carry the Finest Clothing in the City
the Latest Style and Guarantee a Fit also the
i Finest Line of Neckwear and the Finest Line
of Furnishing Goods Also a fine line of
Flannel and Silk Overshirts and Hats I Hats I
Hats Come in and see us and be convinced
that the New Clothing and Furnishing Goods
Store the nlace to buv snoods Also remem
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ber that we buy our goods for Cash and sell
for Gash therefore we are able to sell you
goods at Chicago and Eastern Prices Re
member the place 120 S Main street
I American Clothing Shoe Co I
CREAMERY PACKAGE MFG CO
JOBBERS OF
Berry Boxes Egg Cases Creamery Supp1ie
AND WO > EIPCWJVI EJ
I E R KIMBALL MANG 14 QQ WEST 11TH STREET KAHSAB CITY WO
THE WASATCH
PATENT ROLLER MILLS
Best Grades of Roller Process
Flour
I T3RANDS HIGH PATENT AND STRAIGHT
JLJ Grades all warranted as good as any
made in Utah
THE HIGHEST CASH PHICE paid for Good
Wheat
I I Telephone to the Mills 105 Office 45 East
First South Street
BUSLER Sa CO PropD
PHILIP SPRY
rerchat1i rr ilor
Firstclass Suits Made to Order Perfect Fit
Guaranteed
r CARRY A FrLr LINE OF
French English Scotch 1 Domestic Goods
23 W South Temple Street Op Temple Block
SALT LKE CITY
KELLY CO
TRINTEBS r
PRINTERS g MAKERS S
I AND STATIONER kJ
No 46 W SECOND SOUTH ST
Salt Lake City U T
OUR facilities for doing first class Job Printing
J are of the newest and boat
BOOKS Ruled Printed and Bound to Order
JD Samples of Railroad Mining Bank and
Mercantile Work always on hand
COMPLETE line of Office Supplies embracing
J the most approved laborsaving and econ
omical Inventions
PRICES LOW HALL ON U3
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Vegetable Vapor and Vitalized Air Given for
the Painless Extraction of Teeth
Dental Work in All Branches done in the
Shortest Possible Time Prices Reasonable
and the Best of Work Guaranteed
Dental Parlors in the ScottAuerbachbuild
ng Main street First Floor Rooms J 2 and 3
J W FARRELL CO
Plumbing Steam and Hot Water Heating
Gas Fittirisi
DRIVE WELL PIPES PUMPS ETC
Jobbing Promptly Attended to
Telephone 200 137 Main Street
NOTICE
OF THE INTENTION OF THE CITY
council to extend wter mains on F street
beginning at Sixth street and running south to
between Fourth and Third streets
Notice is hereby given by the city council of
Salt Lake city of the Intention of such council
to make the following described improvements
towit Extending and laying iron water pipes
or mains along the following streets namely
F iheib beginning at Sixth street and running
nJ iotrt J
south to between Fourth anti Third streets and
defraying threefourths of the cost thereof nq
timated lit 1530 fifteen hundred and fifty dol
lars by a local assessment upon the lots or
pieces of ground within the following described
district being the district to be affected or bene
fitted by the said Improvement namely All of
lots 1 4 block 76 lots 2 3 block 77 lots 2 3
block W lots I 4 block 65 lot 4 block 48 lot 3
block 49 all in plat D Salt Lake city survey
All protests and objections to the carrying out
of such Intention must be presented in writing
to the city recorder on or before May 27 189
being the time set by the said council when it
will hear and consider such objections as may
be made thereto
By order of the city council of Salt Lake city
made April 15 l8ro LOUIS flY AM
City Recorder
Salt Lake City May 11S9
LEUAL NOTICE
IN THE PROBATE COURT IN AND FOR
I Salt Lake county territory of Utah In the
matter of the estate of Geoico H Pone de
ceased NoticeNotice is hereby given that
lane i Pope oadministratrix of the estate
of George H Pop deceased has rendered for
settlement and filed in said court her final ac
count of her administration of said estate and
petition for final distribution of the residue of
said estate among the persons entitled thereto
and that lue day the lOthJday of JuneADlSDO
at 10 oclock am at tne o urtroom of said court
in the county court house Salt Lake city and
county Utah territory has been duly appointed
by the judge of said court for the settlement of
said account and hearing said petition for dis
tribution 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 approved and final distribu
tion made as prayed for
Dated May 15 1890
JOHN C CUTLER
Clerk of the probate court
S W DAIJPE 1 attorney for administratrix
WM LAPHAM
Real Estate and Mining Broker
Invites the attention of Investors tohis choice
list of Acreage Property in the vicinity of and
Lots in different parts of the city
The highest market price paid for Copper Ores
at his office No IcY West Temple opposite Con
tinental hotel Salt Lake City
Fiesta De Yapros
roIPJ
Cow Boy ftllih11afflI1t 1
RAcE rRACI
Saturday May 31
lVa gLieJji Tat3ie
The Not d Horseman
r
Ecior GoDzds 1 ors Guerrero
George Bft ers Thorn sll FranK
The Arizona Cowboy Kings
Jotoi Burke and Baker Join
I I The CelebratecL Equestrians
The Chamfim Rifle aid Pistol Shots I
I 4 Morrison Family 4
ioiir EIs = PRE S s
i Realistic Scene of Carrying the Mail Fifty
i Years Ago
Lassocing and Tying Down Wild Cattle
Riding and Breaking Wild Bronchos I
Picking Up Objects on Horseback at Full
Speed
35 A Band ofYuraa Indians 35
THE GREAT STAGE ROBBING CENE I
The Most Thrilling Scene every witnessed
between Cowboys Mexcans and Indians
The management Offers a Purse of 50 for
a Pony Race open to all
ADMISSION
ADULTS hOe CHIUOHES 25c
i
Doors open at 1280 pm Performance to
commence at 21 pm
PROGRAMME
OF THE
Utah Driving Park
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
SPRING RACE MEETING
I
Spring Racing and Trotting
Meeting for Five Days
Erom J ne16 to Jane 20
I INQLUSXVE
PURSES j 000
FIRST DAY MONDAY JUNE 10
No Trotting 227 Class S500
No 2Pacing 235 Class 400
No Runmnp r mile heats all ages COO
No 4Running Yz mile heats all ages SCO
SECOND DAY TUESDAY JUNE 17
NO Pacinr 2124 Class 5503
No Trotting 250 Class 400
No Running l mile dash 3yearolds 300
No 8Running mlle heats all ages 300
THIRD WEDNESDAY JUNE 18
No Trotting 226 Class1500
No 10 Trotting 3yearolds added money
for ColoradoWyoming Montana
and Utah horses SCO
Noll Running i mile heats all ages m Sot
FOURTH DAY THURSDAY JUNE 19
No 12 Pacing free for all Pacers 56CO
No 13Trotting 234 Class 400
No 14Running 1M mile dash all ages 303
l FIFTH DAY FRIDAY JUNE 20
No 15 Trotting free for all fGOO
No 10 Trotting 21CO Classoo 450
i No 17Running yf milo heats for horses
I that have run and not won a race
1 this meeting h u 250
No Running 1 mIld heats all ages 300
I Entries for all Races including Running to
close May 30 1800
All Races 10 per cent entry fee All Running
Races 5 per cent must accompany ontrance
and 5 per cent day before race All trotting
and racing to be governed by the American
Trotting and Racing rules No entry accepted
unless accompanied by the money For further
particulars apply to
J K GILLESPIE Manager
F H DYER Secretary
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TO BOOM BUSINESS
We offer New Attractions for the Spring Trade Attractive
Goods and Attra tive Prices that will tell
their own tale of Cheapness
I
A SMILE AND A SQUARE DEAL FOR ALL
Keep this List of Prices in your mind
Mens Nobby Cheviot Spring Suits 550 each
Mens Working Pants 1 a pair
Mens Nobby Spring Pants 2 a pair
Mens French Flannel Overshirts 50c each
Mens Unlaundried Shirts 45c each
Mens Drab Hats 50c each
1
Mens 9oz Blue Denim Overalls 45c a pair
Mens 9oz Blue Denim Jumpers 45c each
Mens Heavy Check Jumpers 40c each <
Boys Shirt Waists 15c each
Boys Knee Pants 25c a pair
Boys Cheviot Suits ages 4 to 12 115 each
Mens Fine Balbriggan Undershirts and Drawers 12
thread 1 25 a suit
Mens Fine Spring Suits
Youths Fine Spring Suits
Childrejs Fine Suits
A1so a FiLe Licle of
Gents Furnishing Goods Eat Caps Valises Etc
s J JE NATHAN 151 Main Street
Fa AUERBACHBRO
SPECIAL SAJIE OF
J Carpet Remnants j I Carpet Remnants L I
SALE TO LAST FROM
Tuesday May 20 Until Saturday May 24
I
We have marked them at such Low Prices as to close out every Remnant and
customers wish there were more i
1 lot each of Tapestry Remnants at 50c 7oc Sic and i310Q
I
1 lot each of Body Brussels Remnants at 253 50c 5100 135 S 150 and 200
Moquette Remnants Ingrain and Threeply Remnants ranging from 2 > yards
upwards at less than cost
0
We offer also Three Made Carpets in Body Brussels and Axminster at 3100
3200 and 3500
One Lot of Jute Art Squares at 250 Each
SOMETHING NEW UNDER THE SUN J
Readymade Sheets and Pillows Hemstitched and Embroidered suitable for
every household at prices to introduce them
Sheets at S3135 300 325 350 and S75
Pillow Slips at G5c 75c SOc 95c aud upwards
WE CONTINUE FOR THIS WEEK OUR
Special Sale of Childs Lace and Embroidery Caps
Atloc 20c 35c 50c and75c each worth 50 per cent more
a
Black Lace Flouncings Swiss and Irish Point Flouncings Crepe
Lisse Laces Beautifully Embroidered Parasols and
Many Other Novelties Just Received
Novelties s in Childrens and Boys Straw Hats and Caps
hL POPULAR P T5T I O ES
Our Shoe Department carries Firstclass Goods Only and War
rants Every Pair Sold
I
We Are Never Undersold One Trice to An 1
Established 26 Years in the Same Block
FnAUERBACHBRO
Phil Klipples Carnage Shops
Carriage and Painting
Wagon Repairing and Trimming
NEW WORK TELEPHONE
BUILT TO ORDER 23
1 146 II1c1 148 VW SeoQnc1 Sou tI Stree1 i
D VAN BUSKIRK T C STEBBiNS
i OFFICE OF j I
I THE VAN BUSKIRK INVESTMENT CO
General Real Estate Business Transacted
Special Attention to the Forming of Syndicates Agents for Eastern Capital
We do not Handle SNAPS but GOOD BARGAINS I
EXPERIENCED OPERATORS and Members of the Real Estate Exchange
129 IaiI1 < S txeet cir Seoonc1 ou1h
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BEAUTYo POLIS
SAVING LABOR CLEANLINESS
DDBABILrrYCHEAPNES5TJHEOnaiIED
HO ODOR WHEHHEATED
UTAH BONDS FOR SALE <
Three Hundred Thousand 300000 Dollars
of Eire 5 Per Cent Utah Territory
Bonds for Sale
TI1HE UNDERSIGNEDINPURSUANCE OP
THE
JL the direction of the loan commissioners ot
the territory of Utah hereby advertises that
bids will be received at his office in the city of
salt Lake said territory between 12 oclock
noon of June 12 1S90 and 12 oclock noon
of July 12 1890 for the purchase of
and at which time sale of the bonds herein
after described will be made namely Threo
hundred bonds each of the denomination of
1000 of the engraved negotiable compound
bonds of said territory bearing five per centum
interest per annum payable semiannually on J
on the first days of January and July of each
year at the Desere t National bank in said city
or at such bank in the city of New York in the
state of New York as may be designated by
said loan commissioners at the option of the
purchasers of said bonds
The principal of said bonds shall bo payafclo
In the lawful money of the United States
within twenty years alterthe dateof thetrissue
but redeemable at the pleasure of the territory
after ten years from date It Is provided in the
law that at the expiration of tea years after
the issuing of said bonds there is set apart
and appropriated out of the general funas in
the hands of the territorial treasurer of said
territory annually not less than 15000 to be
placed by the said treasurer in a fund to bo
known as the redemption fund for the re
demption of said bonds And it is also further
provided that whenever after the expiration of
ten years from the date of the Issuance of said
bonds there is available In said redemption
fund the sum of 315000 or more it shall be the
duty of said treasurer to advertise the amount
of money in the said redemption fund and the
number of bonds numbering them in the orderof
theirlssue commenclm at the highest number
then outstanding which such fund is set apart
to pay and discharge and the date when they
will be paid and if such bonds so numbered in
such advertisement shall not be presented for
payment and cancellation at the expiration of
the date mentioned in such advertisement then
such fund shall remain in the treasury of the
territory to discharge such bond whenever pre
sented payment but such bond shall draw
no interest after the expiration of said adver
tisement
In no case will said bonds be sold for less
than their face or par value and the accrued In
terest at the time of payment therefor Tho
bids will be opened and the sales made to the
highest bidders at 12 oclock noon July
14 1SOO at my office in Salt Lake city
Utah but before making any award
security will be required of the success
ful bidder for compliance with the terms of his
bid and said loan commissioners reserve the
right to reject any and all bids
The bonds offered are to be issued for the
building of educational and charitable Institu
tions for which appropriations have been made
by the governor and legislative assembly of said
territory and by authority and in pursuance ol
an act of the governor and legislative assembly
entitled An act providing for negotiating a
loan for certain public purposes approved
March 13 1800 The territory has a Donded debt
of one hundred and fifty thousand dollars and
by an net of Congress approved June 30 ISSt ia
restricted to creating any bonded indebtedness
except for charitable and educational Institu
tions and is limited in its power to create In
debtedness for any purpose exceeding 1 per
cent of Its taxable valuation as shown bv tho
last assessment of Its taxable property for ter
ritorial and county purposes Any indebted
ness attempted to be created in excess thereoT
is declared void These bonds are exempt by
law from taxation for any purpose within the
territory BOLIVAR ROBERTS
Territorial Treasurer
NOTICE
F THE INTENTION OF THE CITY
OF
i council to extend water mains on Second
East street from Sixth to Eighth South streets
and from a point commenclngon Seventh South
between First and Second East street one block
eastNotice
Notice Is hereby given by the city council at
Salt Lake city of the Intention of such council
to make the following described improvement
towit Extending and laying Iron water pipes
or mains along the following streets namely
Beginning at the Intersection of Sixth South
and Second East streets running thence south
two blocks to Eighth South street also from a
point commencing on Seventh South street
between First and Second East and Tunning
east one block and defraying threefourths of
the cost thereof estimated at flftvseven
hundred 5j700 dollars by a local assessment
upon the lots or pieces of ground within the fol
lowing described district being the district to
be affected or benefited by said Improvement
namely All lots 234 and 5 block lots 1
2 7 and 8 block 20 lots 1 6 7 and block i7
lots 3 1 5 and 0 block 18 all in plat A Salt N
Lake city survey All protests and objections r
to the carrying out of such intention must be f 1
presented in writing to the city recorder on or gfl
before May 27 1800 being the time set by the
said council when it will hear and consider such
objections as may be made thereto
By order of the city council of Salt Lake
city made April 29 190 LOUIS HYAMS
City Recorder
Salt Lake City May 3 lSJ
NOTICE
AF THE INTENTION OF THE CITY com
OF ell to extend the water mains on H streoti
from intersection of Sixth and H to the intery
section of Eighth and H
Notice Is hereby given by the city council ot
Salt Lake city of the intention of such council
to make the following described improvement
towit Extending and laylngiron water pipes
or mains along the following streets namely
On H street from the intersection of Sixth and
H to the intersection of Eighth and H streets
and defraying threefourths of the cost thereof
estimated at fifteen hundred and fifty 51550
dollars by a local assessment upon the lots
or pieces of ground within the following de
scribed district being the district to be affected
or benefitted by said Improvement namely
All of lots 2 and3 block SO lots 1 and 4 block
91 lots 1 and 4 block 106 lots 2 and 3 block 107
all in plat D Salt Lake city survey
All protests and objections to the carrying
out of such intention must be presented in
writing to the city recorder on or before
May 27 1SOO being the time set by said
Council when it will hear and consider such ob
jections as may be made thereto
By order of the city council of Salt Lake
city made April 201800
1SJOLOUIS HYAMS
City Recorder
SaltLake City May 3 1890
ADMINISTRATORS SALK OF REAL ESTATE
TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT IN
n pursuance of an order of the probato cour
of the county of Salt Lake Utah Territory
made on the 5th day of April 1SSO in the matter
of the estate of John Twiggs deceased the
undersigned will sell at private sale by sealed
bids in writing to the highest bidder for cash
gold coin of the United States and subject to
confirmation by said probate court on the 4th
day of June 1S90 at 12 oclock m at the law
office of J H Moyle No 49 South Main street
city and county of Salt Lake Utah territory f
all the right title interest and estate of the
said John Twiggs deceased at the time of his V
death or in which his estate has acquired any
interest since his death either by operation of
law otherwise and all the right title inter
est and estate of his heirs in or to the
following tract of land to wit Commencing
at the northeast corner of lot seven 7 block
fortytwo 12 plat A Salt Lake city survey
and running thence west two and onehalf 28
rods thence south ten 10 rods thence east
two and onehalf 2H rods thence north ten
10 rods to the place of beginning and situated
in the city and county of Salt Lake territory of
TTtnh Terms and conditions of sale cash gold
coinof the United States 10 per cent of pur
chase price to be paid on day of sale and the
balance on confirmation of sale by sala probate
court All bids to be In writing sealed and de
livered to said J H Moyle on or before the
hour of sale THOMAS TWIGGS
Administrator
Dated this 12th day of May 1890
GUARDIANS SALE OF hEAL ESTATE
ATOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT PUR
li suant to an order made by tho probate
court of Salt Lake county Utah Territory In
the matteroC the estate and guardianship of
Alexander C Pyper Walter T Pyper and
Genevieve Pyper minors made on May 14 1890
the undersigned guardian of Said minors will
sell at private sale to the highest bidder oAiJ
June 2 1SSO at 12 oclock noon at the restdenc
of said guardian on Fourth East street between
SouthTemple and First South street Salt Lake
City all the said minors interest being an un
divided one ninth each subject to a life estate
in an undivided onefourth In Chris
tiana D Pyper in all the following described
land Commencing at a point 22l feet north
from the southwest corner of lot three 3 blocH
sixtytwo 62 plat B Salt Lake city survey
running thence east eleven 31 rods thence
south 2i9 feet thence east 5 rods thence nortlj
7 rods thence west 16 rods thence south 5 rod
lOi4 feettotheplace beginning in Salt Lake
county Utah Territory Bid or offers In vnrttint
may be left at said residence or with the under
signed at any time before 12 Oclock noon June
2 ISoo after the first publication of this notice
CHRISTL NA D PYPER
Guardian of the persons and estates of Alexan
dcr C Walter T and Genevieve Pyper
Minors t
UARLoWFEnGUSOr attorney
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J i fj
THE NEW EDMUNDS BILL
Full Test of the Provision Recently Introduce
by the Gentleman from Vermont
A bill in amendment of and supplementary
to the act of Congress approved March
221882 entitled An act to amend section
5352 of the revised statutes of the United
States in reference to bigamy and for
I other purposes
i Be it enacted by lie Senate and House of
I Representatives of Vie United States of
i America in Congress assembled That
the existing election districts and
apportionments of representatives con
cerning the members of the legis
lative assembly of the territory of
Utah are hereby abolished and it shall be
the duty of the governor territorial secre
tary and the board commissioners men
tioned in section nine of the act of Congress
approved March 2218S2 entitled An act
to amend section 5352 of the revised stat
utes of the United States in reference to
bigamy and for other purposes in said
territory as soon as practicable after the
result of the census of said territory to be
taken in the year 1890 shall be made known
to redistrict said territory and apportion
representatives in the same i such man
ner as t provide as nearly as the same
may be for an equal representation of the
people excepting Indians not taxed being
citizens of the United States according to
numbers in said legislative assembly and
to the numbers of membersof the cpUnci
and house of representatives respectively
as established by law and the record
of the establishment of such new districts
and the apportionment of representation
thereto shall be made in the office of the
secretary of said territory and such estab
shment and representation shall conlinue
until Congress shall otherwise provide
and no person other than citizens of the
United States and otherwise qualified
hall be entitled to vote at any election in
aid territory <
Sec 3 That the offices Qfterritoriabau
itor treasurer commissioners to locate
I university landsi probate judges cduhty
clerks selectmen assessors recorders
and superintendent of district schools in
superintndnt seloCls
the teriitory of Utah are hereby vacated
and all such officers shall hereafter be ap
pointed by the governor of said territory
by and with the advice and consent of the
Board commissioners mentioned 5n sec
ton nine of the act of Congress approved
larch 221882 entitled An act to amend
March2 182 1
section 5352 of the revised statutes of the
United States in reference to bigamy and
for other purposes Prpcidcd That where
any officer above named shall now 1 61tl his
lice by virtue oLappointment OE comtms
ion fr m the President of the United
Stats for a definite term the provisions of
this section shall not apply until the expi
ration 6f said term
Sec 3That the board of commissioners
mentioned in section niue of the act of
Congress approved March 22 1882 entitled
An act to amend section 5352 of the revised
vised statutes of tho United States in reference
erence to bigamy and for other purposes
is hereby authorized and empowered in its
discretion to cause new registrations of
voters in said territory of Utah or any
part thereof to be made instead of revis
ions of previous lists as now required by
the laws of said territory and said board
is also hereby authorized and empowered
to make and enforce rules and regulations
not inconsistent with tho laws of the
United States for the conduct of registra
tions and elections in said territory

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