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Degree of Honor Entertainment
at Park City
Rich Ore Sent From Idaho to Salt
Lalce Tlie Hidden Treasure
Bolse Statesman Unearths An
other Mysterious Surveyini Par
ty An A P A Payer Tolmeco in
PARK CITY Jan 2The entertain
ment gl n by the ladies of Degree of
Honor Sunshine lodge No 4 of Heber
Tuesday evening last to the members
of Silver Spray lodge of Park City
was a most enjoyable affair Three
sleighs took the party over to Heber
Tuesday afternoon the drive was
pleasant and the reception accorded
the visitors left nothing to be desired
Following are the names of members
who attended from Park City Mrs
J C Perry P C H Mrs E Beggs
P C H Mr and Mrs P Towey Mr
and Mrs Frank McLaughlin Mr and
Mrs T H Watson Mrs Isaac Tregea
Mrs Drew Mrs Dalton Mrs W W
Sanders Miss Emma Perry Miss Mol
lie Murphy Miss Jennie Walker and
Miss Jennie Drew James Don D C
Watson F C McDonald Robert Wid
dison and Robert Kimball
The January thaw that we have ex
perienced for the past fortnight came
at the wrong time of the year Al
though snow fell continuously for
twentyfour hours the moisture ab
sorbed i almost as fast as i fell On
this account do our physicians attribute
much sick
lute the prevalence of so
ness In Park City Last night it
turned colder at 1030 p m the ther
mometer registering 9 degrees above
zero a most welcome change
William Brothers the wideawake I
proprietor of the Uintah drug store
of Park City will leave this morning
for Cripple Creek Colorado to inform
himself as to the condition and resources
sources of the famed camp After
looking the field over and any opening
presenting itself in a business way i I
is Mr Brothers intention to close out
his business heie and open up a first
lass drug store there The best
wishes of a large circle of friends at
tend him on his observation tour
Robert Brogleman the proprietor of
A Park Citys Palace restaurant will
have this morning for Cripple Creek
rvlorado tc look over the business
field of that great camp Mr Brogle
man will b Mr Brothers traveling
companion and like him in quest of a
wider sphere to Qperate in Should
they both determine to permanently
locate in Cripple Creek Park City will
lose two progressive business men and
the community two good citizens
Mark Jeffs the wideawake merchant
nf Ixeber came to Park City yesterday
and took 4he afternoon train for Salt
Lake on business
Another Mystery
The Boise Statesman has discovered
d another mysterious surveying party
somewhere in the mountains headed
for Boise of course while the Caldwell
Record is getting ready to spring some
thing new on the public just a soon
4 as Manager Shaw gets a good ready to
give up certain mysterious information
which he is supposed to possess Pay
fttes Emmett branch is only waiting
dependent fr the bluebirds to come Payette In
A r A Paper
Beginning today the Genesee Inde
pendent will appear under the name oif
the Idaho A P A Sentinel and repre
sent the A P As in Idaho In politics
tics the Sentinel will be independent
supporting the representatives of the
A P A first and then the best candi
4 dates in the other parties The Inde
pendent was launched as a Populist
sheet six months ago but the editor
has evidently repented of his folly or
found that newspapers are not supported
porte very extensively by the follow
ers of aboriginal ideas Moscow Mir
Tobacco in Idaho
A move is on foot to give the culti
ration of tobacco a test in this state
during the coming summer There is
no good reason why we should not pro
duce good tobacco Other states as fa
north as Idaho raise an excellent qual
ity of the weed l our favorable climate
mate and rich soil watered by irriga
tion can produce fruits and s
in their highest perfection why should
i not also produce the best grades of
tDbacco Lemhi Republic
In Teton Basin
DRIGGS Telon Basin Idaho an
OWe had a heavy rain storm o the
lth lasting several hours and decreas
Ing the snow to about eight inches
The health of the people Wa never
better the weather s far ha been
fairly good for this time of the year
Constable Manning and hIs deputy
came over from Jacksons Hole Monday
day o official business
George W Bush a resident of this
place left for Cripple Creek Colo o
a six weeks business trip
Mr Seymour returned from Omaha
the other day He took three carloads
loads of steers back He reports hav
ing got a good price for them
The saloon building near the post
ofiice was broken into the other even
I Ing A few bottles of whisky were sto
len but the money drawer was not
The people here especially those who
came from Utah were quite interested
In Grovers proclamation admitting
Utah In < as a state We wish the new
star a success May she glitter above
the rest
A government townsite has been
laid off ten miles from this point and
R nEW postoffiee ha been established
tixe name of which is Victor A store
GO dancing hal has been erected and
the new town i taking quite Q boom
4 A character dress ba1
charoter rss was given last
Friday Nearly 100 couples were In
attendance Ever nationality was rep
resented and the
te costumes were very
aloe for this country Mr Jones gives
a masquerade ball the 1st of the month
Driggtj i the business center of Te
ton basin and is destined to become a
flourishing settlement The natural ad
raottages yhich surround i are numer
ous Coa in large quantities is mined
within eight miles of here Sir Sam
uel Xuntz formerly of Bear Lake is
running a large dairy and his products
find a ready market In iihe surround
ing country
Teton basin is fast coming to the
front Nearly Bevemtyflve families im
snlgrated faere last summer all of
whom are well satisfied and are making
a great showing for the short time
they have been here Much of the best
land has been taken although there
are plenty of good locations left
r t loc ns lef A
large immigration i expected this sea
son We have a good system of schools
and they are all in a flourishing con
dition The people are most all from
i Utah aneemeart and are up to the times in ad
A large socla nail is In course of
erection here which will accommodate
the fast Increasing population and will
be much appreciated by the people A
chat with M > essrs Driggs an Kimball
discloses the fact that they have sold
in the neighborhood of twenty pairs
of common sense bobsleighs which
goes broke to Sow that the people are not all
Lines From Lander
LANDER wyo Jan 20P p Dick
insQn left on Fridays coach for Camp
Kenvin He has some mining property
there which he expects to dispose of
this trip
Born to Mr and Mrs Ed Pope a
daughter last Monday January 13
The coloreS minlstrels of Ft Washa
kie gave another show at Wood fs
han Lander Saturday evening Janu
ary 18 The show was good but at
tendance poor
The last dance of the 0 M P club
for the season was given last Wednes
day evening All the members were
present and nothing but the latest
dances were Indulged In
Dr Wallace organized a dancing
school In Coalters hall last Thursday
There are one hundred and twenty
five names on the roll of honor of
Lander public schools for the month
ending January 10 Our schools under
the management of Professor R M
Little are doing some excellent work
James Brown the man who W T
i Davis shot while assisting Marshal
i Crowbv to arrest him Christmas eve
was tried before Police Justice Farlow
last Thursday aftprnonn on a charge
of instigating and taking part in a
I fight at the time the officers arrested
him The evidence was a little mixed
I and the defendant was discharged
Last Tuesday Andrew Bowman an
old timer residing on North Fork went
crazy He had an idea he was going
to die and dH not want to leave his
property to relatives To avoid this
he set fIre to his stables havstacks and
I outbuildings His neighbors seeing
I the flames came over to assist In put
I ting out the fire and found Bowman
armpd with n Winchester rifle and
I would not allow any one to do any
I thing When they had been there a
fpw minutes Bowman Informed th m
that they had been there long enough
I and that thev had better go home and
they all olipvpd ort rs
Sheriff GHmmptt was notified and he
l in company with Deputy Baldwin and
Marshall CowTw went to Bowmans
whprp they arrived about dark Thev
found Bowman there still armed with
his Winchester who on the arrival of
t P officers wpnt into his cabin The
officers not seeing any way to capture
Bowman without someone being hurt
I decided to ret n to Lander and wait
I for daylight Early noxt morning the
officers returned to Bowmans place
whpre they found him apparently more
rational and in course of a convercik
tion was induced to go to Lander with
the officers on some business and in I
this way was easily arrested and
I locked up He will be examinpd as
soon a arraignment can be made and
I witnesses secured R OUGH
The Hidden Treasure
The Boise Statesman was yesterday
shown figures giving the results from a
quantity of ore and concentrates
shipped from the Hidden Treasure
mine in Neal district to Salt Lake
There were 11S94 pounds of concen
trates and 4879 pounds cf raw ore The
concentrates yielded 5262 a ton and
the ore 15654 a ton
I The Bishop of Wyoming
OMAHA Jan 23Father Smith who
according to a cablegram to the
Watchman Father Phelans paper St
Louis has been appointed bishop of
Wyoming Is now the priest at St Pat
ricks church in Omaha He was nam
ed with two others for the place by the
bishops meeting in Dubuque the latter
part of last November
Neither Father Smith nor Bishop
Scannell have anything to say pending
the arrival of letters from Rome
A Change in ForemanshipOther
Rumors Conrt Notes Heavy Snow
CASTLE GATE Jan 21A change
has been made in the foreman of the
Castle Gate coal mine Mr W S
Carr Iras resigned and Mr Robert For
ester late inspector of coal mines for
Utah is now temporarily installed in
Mr Carrs place There is no doubt
that 3 great many changes for the
better will be made as Mr Forrester
is well informed as to the practical
and theoretical details of mine work
ingsI is rumored that Mr E B Jones
chief engineer is about to resign and
move to Salt Lake city Mr Jones is
also justice of the peace for this town
and has proven himsolf a very efficient
official A trial is on tonight before the
above Dominic Melano has sworn out
a complaint against another Italian
for wilfully and maliciously shooting
I his dog supposed to be valued at 25
I but which In reality ought to have
been shot long ago as a nuisance
There is no doubt but that the case
will be dismissed
John Mosier who has been in one of
the hospitals of Salt Lake undergoing
convalescing a operation Is reported to be steadily
The wife of our esteemed townsman
Michael Beveridge has been very sick
bur is getting a little better This lady
has been suffering for a long time and
a hort while ago went under an opera
tion for a tumor in the breast which
was successfully removed but from
the effects of which she has never
thoroughly recovered
A heavy snow storm has fallen
these last few days which means
plenty of water for the ranchers on
Price river and it Is still snowing
The Caledonian club of Castle Gate
are intending to celebrate in a
fitting manner the birthday of Scot
lands poet Bobbie Burns
The Home Dramatic troupe are busy
rehearsing In Snow and Sunshine
and for an after piece Im Not Myself
at All which they will put on the
boards February 1
The Herald offers a silver cup each
to the first boy and girl born in Utah
under statehood The only criticism
we have to make of the offer is that i
should have been made some time agt
and not leave so much to luck and
chance Mount Pleasant Pyramid
Wesley Ensign formerly employed
Tjy the Richfield creamery and now
living with his parents at Brigham
city has received a letter from Box
B Salt Lake To the uninitiated we
will explain that a letter from Box
B mans a call to go on a mission
involving the tJtie tpnearly half the
suburban town of San Rafael was filed
today The plaintiff Is Mrs Catherine
McAllister who alleges that In 1S61 TV
D B Forbes Induced her father John
Dixon then mentally weak to convey
property to him of great value and
that in 1863 Forbes secured a quit claim
deed to the property by means of
fraud The complaint alleges that the
rent of the property since 1863 Is alone
worth 250000 Mrs McAllister wants
the property back as well as these
rents Many prominent citizens will be
compelled to defend their holdings
fl GE1
f Eff TIrE T
Ogden January 24
Senator Allison ot this county is not
pursuing the course that his friends
here in Osden and he has a host of
them had hoped that he would fol
low By nature he is entirely too sin
cere a man to be engaged in the
manufacture of buncombe even
for the party of his choice and of
course no one will for a moment ac
cuse him of trying to gain personal
notoriety by other means than that
Which comes to all men as1 the result
of a duty well done
It is feared tHaYTie has allowed some
of his friends to impose upon him and
that he would have saved a point had
he prefaced the introduction of some
of his recent resolutions and memor
ials with the words by request
His highsounding extravagantly
phrased silver resolution was certainly
not an original production He Is
noted fot his direct style of speech
and his success at the bar has been In
Ills simplicity of expression and force
of logic He Is eloquent by reason of
his directness rather than by trope
and metaphor
At home he has the reputation of
sticking to his text and not going off
into the realms of limitless space to
search for something to occupy his
time and attention His effort to re
call Ambassador Bayard rather aston
ished his friends in Weber county
They expected him to enlarge upon his
ideas when he went to represent the
county in the senate of the state be
cause he Is a man of progress but he
has grown out of their knowledge in
a very short time
This Bayard matter does not in the
opinion of the people of this county
come within province of the duties
pertaining to a Utah legislative posi
tion and since congress had taken it
up it seems that it vould have been
more becoming for the young state of
Utah not to have tackled this question
and attempted to recall a minister
from a foreign country
Subjects of grave import closely al
lied with the interests of the people
of Utah and of this county can be
found that are by far more in keeping
with the duties of a Utah legislator
and a great deal more worthy of leg
islative enactment than the condemna
tion of Mr Bayard
The people of Weber county regard
less of party have more or less pride
in Senator Allison Even the fact that
he Is a Republican does not deprive
him of a certain amount of the confi
dence and esteem of Democrats and
they all hope that he will distinguish
himself as a wholesome law maker
rather than a vain glorious politician
Mr Miller the manager for Mr Al
len a Denver contractor came to Og
den Wednesday night and yesterday
went upon the canyon in company with
Engineer Perkins to look over < the
ground and prepare for the laying ot
pipe Evidently things were found in
readiness for but a brief stay was
made at the canp On their return
Mr Miller went at once to the office
of the Eccles Lumber company and
left an order for lumber to be sawed
in proper lengths for sills and other
framework for the pipe When The
Herald man got around to that place
shortly after the saws were already
humming through the lumber cut
ting it into proper lengths This will
be taken up the canyon tomorrow and
the laying of pipe will be at once com
menced The order left With the Ec
des Lumber company was for lumber
enough to lay only fortyeight feet of
pipe The smallness of the order was
due Mr Allen explained to the fact
that this was an experiment He wish
ed to be sure ot the best kind of lum
ber as well as of the best method for
having it sawed Mr Miller is a man
of much experience in this kind of
work one of the pieces o work which
he recently superlntended being the
work on the great canal in Wyoming
near the Colorado line leading to the
great placer fields
Work in the canyon on the longest
tunnel is going on night and day
The grand jury returned indictments
yesterday as follows
Samuel Lewis and William Cook
grand larceny A W Griffin forgery
two counts William Williams John
Blanchard and George King burglary
William James and Theodore James
burglary Three other indictments
were returned but have not yet been
made public
The case of H A Tait receiver vs
Ogden Savings bank was on trial yes
terday and was hotly contested The
sum involved is about 10000
George C Graves accompanied Frank
J Cannon to Washington where he
will act as the senators private secre
tary George Graves leaves hosts of
friends here who rejoice in his good
fortune yet regret his absence
The Uncle John Spruceby company
comes tomorrow night to the Grand
The humor and pathos of the play are
said to be much like that of The Old
Homestead while the spectacular fea
tures are somewhat like those in Car
ters productions
The Ogden public is taking very kind
ly to the calendar Issued by The Her
ald and containing a map of the state
of Utah clearly outlined so as to show
counties precincts and the like accu
rately and < plainly A few more copies
are to be had sit this office for 5 cents
and a Herald coupon each
The Alumni association of the Ogden
high school give a ball in the Union
opera house January 31 The follow
ing names guarantee it will be a com
plete success Committee on invita
tion Mr C S Gunnell Miss Ida
Schansenbach Miss Lillian Shaw Miss
Lode Kuhn Miss Daisy Fell Miss Min
nie Klesel Miss Helen Rothschild
Deception committee Miss Edith Ta
vey Miss Marie Edwards Mr A O
Zinn Miss Edith Townsend Miss Min
nie Schansenbach Mr George D
Knauss Mr Charles Holllngsworth
Miss Maude Lewis Miss Julia Marks
Mr William Kay Miss Hattie Markle
Miss Rose Steller Floor committee
Mr William O Kay Mr George D
Knauss Mr W G Seley Mr Herbert
R MacMillan
A warm shampoo with Cuticura Soap
and a single application of Cuticurc
ointment the great Skin Cure clear tht
cer tH
scalp and hair of crusts scales and dand
ruff allay itching soothe irritation stim
ulate the hair follicles and nourish the
roots thus producing Luxuriant Hair
with a clean wholesome scalp
Bold throuehont the word Torres BROS Casx
CocF fcold Iropricton Bcston U S A CI
Coop G Furmture Go C
Furniture Carpets Lace Cnrtnlns <
Ladies and Gents Rockers Conches
Bed Itotmse Chamber Snitd 1 Iiiv
ilies Combination Deslia Folding
Bods Sideboards Wardrobes Safes
nolcs etc
Cheapest Rouse In Oar Line
Ko Trouble to Show Goods
GOOD Furituo GO
is hereby given that in pursuance of an
order of the probate court of thQ county
of Salt Lake state of Utah made on the
J th day of January 1S96 in the matter
of the estate of William S Brighton de
ceased the undersigned administrator of
the said estate will sell at public auc
tion to the highest bidder for cash lawful
money of the United States and subject
to confirmation by said probate court on
Thursday the 13th day of February A D
1S96 at 1 oclock m at the west front
door of the county court house of Salt
Lake county in Salt Lake city state of
Utah the following real and personal
property situate in Salt Lake county
state of Utah and particularly described
as follows towit Commencing ten 10
rods west from the southeast corner of
lot one 1 block fiftyeight 58 plat
B Salt Lake City survey and running
thence west seven and onehalf 7Vs rods
thence north ten 10 rods thence east
seven an onehalf 76 rods thence
south ten 10 rods to the place of be
ginning situate in Salt Lake city Utah
Also the west half of the northwest quar
ter of section thirtyfive 3 in town
ship two 2 south range three 3 east
of the Salt Lake meridian Salt Lake
county state of Utah less about ten 10
and onehalf 3 acres of same sold by
said deceased to Samuel S Walker
Joseph R Walker David F Walker
Mathew H Walker and Dr W F Ander
son for descriptions of which see page
661 Book l of deeds and page 423 of
said book records of recorders office of
Salt Lake county state of Utah together
with the following personal property now
in and used in connection with the hotel
on said land towit Eight tin buckets
2 zinc pails 3 pieces of crockery ware
2S tin pans 2 coffee pots 1 large tin
steamer i tin cups 1 large double range
9 bread pans 4 fryIng pans 1 Iron pots
1 tea kettle 2 sauce pans 3 lounges 9
dining room tables 3 dining room chairs
1 new shovel 4 high chairs 1 single
crosscut saw 3 rocking chairs 2 armchairs
chairs parlor 1 fall leaf table 1 parlor
stove 1 pair curtains with pole 1 pair
lamp mats 3 bolsters 10 curtains 8
sheets 1 pieces of linen and cotton goods
1 pillow slips 5 bed spreads 129 napkins
48 towels and table cloths about 6 table
cloths 28 table cloths 4 half kegs of
nails onehalf case of matches 3 com
mon chairs 2 bedsteads 6 common mat
tresses 22 wire mattresses 17 wool mat
tresses 1 Kair mattress 13 straw mat
tresses 7 pillows 7 feather beds 3 cots
49 comforters 31 pairs of blankets i
washstands 25 looking glasses 20 cham
ber sets complete 5 tables 25 carpets
pieces 5 slop pails 13 lamps 34 towels
10 chamber mugs 1 single blanket 8
water pitchers 5 wash bowls 4 soap
dishes 369 pieces of crockery ware 152
pieces of glass ware 2 pairs scales 1
hotel register 1 new broom 3 trays 4 flat
irons 1 bell 3 casters complete 51 table
forks 3 table knives 2 cork screws 8
table mats 5 old napkins 1 pan and
duster 108 spoons 1 bread knife 7 butter
knives 1 small hat rack 1 file 1 steel
square 1 old jack plane 1 piece old stove
I pipe 4 Joints 1 old bedstead and straw
mattress 1 new iron sink for washing
dishes 1 old 1 1 ice
range ax Ie cream
freezer 1 old wagon spring seats and 3
bolts 135656 shares of the Mountain Lake
Mining company capital stock Terms
and conditions of alc cash gold coin
of the United StatesVten per cent of the
purchase money ifi be paid at sale bal
ance on confirmation of sale by hs court
Deed at expense of the purchase
Administrator of the Estate of William S
Brighton Deceased
Salt Lake City Utah January 20th 1896
tain Ice company Notice is hereby given
that the first annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Mountain Ice com
pany a corporation of Utah territory
will be held at the office of S McDowall
attorney rooms U 13 1 and 15 Walker
Bros bank building corner of Main and
West Second South streets in Salt Lake
City Utah on Tuesday tha 18th day
of February 1896 at 2 oclock in the af
ternoon for the election of directors for
the following year and for the trans
action of the general business of the
Dated January 17th 1896
Mining company Location of mine Fish
Springs Juab county Utah The date of
the annual meeting having passed a
special meeting of the stockholders of
the Meteor Mining company will be held
at the office of the company room 2
Central block in Salt Lake Utah on
Saturday the 15th day of February
1896 at 3 oclock p m for the purpose of
electing a board of directors for the en
suing year to consider the advisability
of reducing the capital stock of the com
pany and for the transaction of such
other business as may properly come be
fore the meeting
Salt Lake City Utah Jan 17th 189G
stockholders of the Home Fire Insurance
company of Utah will be held at the office
of the company Nos 20 to 26 Main street
Salt Lake City Utah on Monday Feb
ruary 3rd 1896 at 3 oclock p m The ob
ject of said meeting is to elect directors
for the ensuing year and to transact
such other business as may legally come
before it RULON S WELLS Secretary
Salt Lake City January 13 1S96
The annual meeting of the stockholders
of the Cooperative Wagon and Machine
company will be held at the companys
oflice in Salt Lake City Utah on Mon
day January 27th 1896 at 3 oclock p
in The purposes for which said met
ing Is called are To elect directors for
the ensuing year to receive the annual
reports of the president and secretary
and to transact any such other busi
ness as may lawfully come before said
Salt Lake City January 4th 1896
Bill Mining company Location of prin
cipal place of business Park City Sum
mit county Utah Location of mine
Snake Creek Mining district Wasatch
county Utah Notice is hereby given
that at a meeting of the board of trus
tees held at Park City Utah on the
16th day of January 1896 an assessment
No 17 of 2 cents per share was levied
on the capital stock of the corporation
payable to the treasurer G A Gibbs
rooms 6 and 7 No 56 South Main street
Salt Lake City on or before the 22nd
day of February 1S96 Any stock upon
which the assessment remains unpaid
on the 22nd day of February 1S96 will
be delinquent and advertised for sale
at public auction and if payment is not
made before will be sold on the 14th day
of March 1896 at the hour of Woo a m
at the office of the treasurer to pay
assessments and cost of advertising to
gether with expense of sale
G A GIBBS Secretary
Salt Lake City January 17 1896
an order of sale and decre of foreclosure
aJ me directed by the district court of
the Third Judlcal district of the Territory
of Utah I shall expose at public sale
at the west front door of the county
court house In the city of Salt Lake
county of Salt Lake and Territory of
Utah on the 27th day of January 1896
at 1 oclock a m all the right title
claim and Interest of Emma A Lewis
administratrix of the etate of John S
Lewis deceased Emma A Lewis Gwen
dolyn Lewis and Junlus Lewis May
Lewis Mable Lewis Ethel Lewis Royal
Lewis David Lewis minors and
Catherine Lewis and John D Lewis I
of in and to the following dt
crlbed real estate towit Part of lots
one 1 and eight 8V 1 block seventy
oven T plat C Salt Lake City sur
rey commencing at southeast corner of
said block seventyseven < 77J thence west
nine 9 rods thence north forty 40
rods thence east nine 9 rods thence
south forty 40 rods to the place of be
ginning situate in Salt Lake county Ter
ritory of Utah To be sold a the pro
perty of Emma A Lewie administratrix
of the estate of John S Lewis deceased
Emma A Lewis Gwendolyn Lewis and
Tunius Lewis May Lewis liable Lewis
Ethel Lewis Royal Lewis David Lewis
minors and Catherine Lewis and John D
Lewis of sale at cash the suit of E L Sheets Terms
United States Marshal
Deputy Marshal
Dated January 3rd 1896
Richards Richards attorneys for
of Charles Water deceased Notice is
hereby given by the undersigned admin
strator of the estate of Charles Walter
deceased to the creditors of and all per
sons having claims dgainst the said de
ceased to exhibit them with the necessary
vouchers within ten months after the I
first publication of this notice to the said
administrator at his residence at Mur
ray in the county of Salt Lake Utah
Dated January 16 li9n
Administrator of the Estate of Charles
Walter Deceased
M M Kaighn Attorney for Estate
for the Third judicial district of Utah
territory county of Salt Lake Edward
l Singer plaintiff vs Salt Lake City
Copper Manufacturing Company W S
McCornick McCornick and Company
Abraham Hanauer as trustee Otto Stal
mann Andrew Saks David May David
May as trustee L D Shoenberg Joseph
E Shoenberg S W Peck Harriet L
Green The Standard Smelting and Re
ining Company Dwyer Crossgrove
The Gellette Herzog Manufacturing
Company Stephen A Harrison and the
Northwestern Wheel and Foundry Com
pany R W Jones Frank B Stephens
Thomas W Jennings Gilbert D Amos
Samuel M Green and Charles B Kim
ball defendants Summons on amended
and supplemental complaint The people
of the Territory of Utah send greeting
To Salt Lake City Copper Manufactur
ing Company McCornick < fc Company
W S McCornick Abraham Hanauer as
trustee Otto Stalmann Andrew Saks
David May David May as trustee L D
Shoenberg Joseph E Shoenberg S W
Peck Harriet L Green The Standard
Smelting Reining Company Dwyer
Crcssgrove The Gellette Herzog Manu
facturing Company Stephen A Harrison
son and the Northwestern Wheel and
Foundry Company R W Jones Frank
B Stephens Thomas W Jennings Gilbert
bert D Amos Samuel M Green and
Charles B Kimball defendants You are
hereby required to appeal m an action
brought against you by the above named
Dlaintiff in the District Court of the Third
Judicial District of the Territory of
Utah and to answer the amended com
Dlaint filed therein within ten days ex
clusive of the day of service after the
service on you of this summons if served
within this county or if served out of
this county but in this district within
twenty days otherwise within forty days
or judgment by default will be taken
against you according to the prayer of
said amended complaint The said ac
ton is brought to have a decree of this
court declaring null and void a certain
trust deed executed September 24 134
purporting to be executed and acknow
ledged by defendant Salt Lake City Cop
per Manufacturing Co conveying to de
fendant Hanauer trustee certain pro
perties herlnafter described same being
recorded in recorders office of Salt Lake
County Utah September 25 1894 in
Book 3 P of Mortgages pages 58995
and also in Box Elder County Utah to
have it declared by aid decree that a
certain unrecorded trust deed upon said
properties executed by defendant Salt
Lake City Copper Manufacturing Co
to David May trustee on or about May
2 1S94 to be a first len upon said pro
perties to have a receiver of said Copper
Co appointed to have said properties
sold for attorneys fees and for
othe general and special re
lief with costs of suit said properties
being situated in counties of Box Elder
and Salt Lake Utah Territory and de
scribed as follows to wit The Red Ox
ide Copper Mountain and Green
Carbonate lode mining claims in Lu
cin Mining District in the county of
Box Elder designated by the Surveyor
General as lot No 2978 and for which a
patent was issued on the 1st day of Au
gust 1S91 to Joseph Farren said patent
being No 24723 and also the Desert
View Closing Link Blue Carbon
ate Black Carbonate Ohio North
Point Cabin Home Jasper Black
Prince Ridge South Pole Shon
dy Vesuvius Zenobia and South
Point lode mining claims subject to
the paramount title of the United States
all situated and located on what is
known as the Copper Mountain in
Lucia Mining District in the county of
Box Elder Territory of Utah and re
corded in the mining records of said
district together wit all and singular
the rights acquired thereby and by the
continued development thereof also all
the minerals ores gold sliver copper
and copper bearing rock and earth
therein including the ore extracted
therefrom and thereafter to be extracted
therefrom and the proceeds thereof also
all the buildings situated thereon and all
the tools and Implements used in connec
tion therewith and the working and de
velopment thereof and all the appur
tenances thareunto belonging or in any
wise appertaining also the following de
scribed real estate situate lying and be
ing in the county of Salt Lake Territory
of Utah dnd described as follows towlt
Commencing at a point on the east
bank of Jordan River seventytwo 7
rods North and north S deg 30 min
west seventyseven and four tenth 7
410 rods from the northeast corner of
section twentyseven 2 township one
1 north range one 1 west Salt Lake
meridian and running thence south 8
leg 30 rain east seventyseven and four
tenths 77 410 rods thence east ten and
seventyfive hundredths 10 75100 rods
thence south one hundred and twelve
112 rods thence west sixtyeight and
fiftyfive hundredths 6 55100 rods
thence north sixtenths 610 of a rod
thence west fiftytwo and twotenths
52 210 rods to a point on the east
bank of the Jordan River thence north
erly along the bank of said river to the
place of beginning comprising an area
of eightytwo and eighttenths 8 810 I
acres excepting and reserving therefrom
the following described tract for a pub
lic street towit Commencing at a point
forty 40 rods south and four hundred
and seventyseven 477 feet west from
the northeast corner of section 27 town
ship one 1 north of range one 1 west
and running thence north one hundred and
twelve and twentyfourhundredths 112
24100 rods thence north 89 deg 30 min
west four 4 rods thence south one
hundred and twelve and twentyfivehun
dredths 112 25100 rods thence east four
4 rods to tho place of beginning Also
a strip of land one hundred 100 feet
wide being twentyfive 251 feet on the
northerly and seventyfive 75 feet on
the southerly side of the center line
of tho railroad track as now located on
the ground and as shown by tracing at
tached to and made a part of the deed
from Samuel M Green to said company
extending from the easterly line of the
track hereinbefore described to the east
erly line of the land shown and described
on said tracing or plat thereto attached
and also all houses machinery plant
equipment works machine shops also
all structures or buildings now used or
erected or thereafter to be used or erected
in connection with the works of daid
company including material for the con
structing maintaining operating repair
ing or replacing or for the betterment
or improvement of any of said works or
any part of their uppurtenances also
all the rights powers privileges Immunities
munities and franchises connected with
or relating to said works or construction
maintenance operating Improving or ex
tension thereof and all other property
then held or belonging to or that might
thereafter be acquired by said company
Including that of every kind and nature
appurtenant to said mines and works
whether then held by the party of the
first part or thereafter to be acquired
it being the intention to specifically In
clude thereby and convey all the pro
perty and works Qf said company To
gether with all and singular the tene
ments hereditaments and appurtenancas
belonging to said above described
granted premises and the rents reven
ues incomes issues profits property
claims and demand whatsoever as well
in law as in equity in and to the said
premises and very part thereof with the
appurtenances And you are hereby no
tified that i you fail to appear and an
swer the said amended complaint as above
required the said plaintiff will apply to
the court for the relief demanded therein
Witness the Hon Samuel A Merit
Judge and the seal of the Dis
Seal trlct Court of the Third Judicial
District in and for the Territory
tory of Utah this 3rd day of
January in the year of our Lord
one thousand eight hundred and
ninetysixDAVID elsht
By GEO D LOOMIS Deputy Clerk
William J Herrlck Williams Van Cott
Sutherland attorneys for plaintiff
Utah Principal place of business at Salt
Lake City Notice There
Ciy NotceThee are delinquent
upon the following described stock on
account of assessment levied on the 4th
day of November 1S95 the several I
amounts set opposite the names of the
respective shareholders as follows I
Z Z >
oP a
fi 0
Names UP
r 1
Frank A Stoyer 3550000125 oo
Frank A Stoyer 36500001 125 0
Frank A Stoyer J3720DQO 5000
Frank A Stoyer 13820000 5000
Frank A Stoyer 39 500 125
11 12
Frank A Stoyer i40 5000 1250
Frank A Stoyer 41 500 125
Frank A Stoyar 141 4000 1000
Theo J Baker 70 Silo 123
And in accordance with Jaw apd the
order of the board of directors of said
company made on the Kh day of No
vember 195 so many snares of each
parcel of such stock as may be necessary
will be sold at public auction at the of
fice of said company 612 McCornick block
Salt Lake City Utah on Saturday
January llth 1S3G at 2 oclock p m of
such day to pay delinquent thereon to
gether with the cost of advertising and
expense ct the sale
B order of the board of trustees of
the Jones Mining company of Utah the
time of above sale is postponed to Sat
urday February 1 1SD6 at 2 oclock
January 1 1S35
for Salt Lake County Territory of Utah
In the matter of the estate of Eli Wigiil
deceased Order to show cause why order
of sale of real estate should not be made
Stephen L Moyle the administrator of
the estate of Eli Wigiil deceased hav
ing filed his petition herein duly verified
praying for an order of sale of all the
real estate of said decedent for the pur
poses 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 Friday the 24th day of
January iSIS at 10 oclock In the fore
noon of said day at the court room
of said probate court at the county court
house in the city and county of Salt
Lake Utah Territory to show cause
why an order should not be granted to
the s fa administrator to sell l all l of the
real estate of the said deceased at pub
lic sale and that a copy of this ordar
be published at least four successive
weeks in the Salt Lake Herald a news
paper printed and published in said city
and county
Dated December 2 1S95
Probate Judge
James H Moyle attorney for adminis
hereby given that at a meeting of the
directors of the Ada Consolidated Mining
company held at the office of the com
pany 37 to 43 West First South Salt
Lake City Utah on the 26th day of De
cember 1895 at 4 p m an assessment
of one cent per share was levied on the
capital stock of the corporation payable
on or before January 29th 1SOS to J F
Bennett the secretary of said corpora
tion at his office 37 to 43 West First
South street Salt Lake city Utah Any
stock upon which this assessment may
remain unpaid on the 30th day of Janu
ary 1S96 will be delinquent and adver
tised for sale at public auction and un
less payment is made before will be
sold on the day appointed to pay the de
linquent assessment together with cost
of advertisement and expense of sale
Mining company of Tlntic Notice There
are delinquent upon the following de
scribed shares of stock of said corpora
tion on account of an assessment on
the capital stock thereof levied on the
15th day of November 1S95 the several
amounts set opposite the names of the
respective shareholders towit
p p 3o
o U c
Name b g
Edward L Sloan u 1 00
J E Clark 311000 0
John If McChrystal 421000 10 to
John H McChrystal 441000 10 0
J L Williams 400 400
Jos Cambron 4110 100
J B Giffm 1 150 150
John W Young 1 6 500 a 0
Eugene Kimball 400 400
John H McChrystal f 8 500 500
D H Friend 19 t too 1 C
D H Friend I 92 100 100
J Friedberg I 93 100 100
J Friedberg I 94 ItO 100
S Friedberg 95 100 1 0
S Friedberg 96 100 100
W 1 Well 9 IOU 100
W 11 Well 9S 10 100
H E Friend 99 10 100
E S Friend 64 61
A Osterman 101 100 1 Q
H C F Schroeder 10 ICO 100
B H Eirins 10 100 itO
Chas Goodman 105 100 10
John McKelvey 115 50CO 5 0
Henry J DengeL 120 5 GO
P Rumpel l 5 5
E H Rathbone Soil 81
C F Rathbone SS3 833
W V Richards 137 250 25 I I
Geo W Cushing 4139 500 SOD
A W Caine Co HO 5 5 0
Albert Lavoy 153 5 5
Albert Lavoy 155 200 2 00
W F ShrIvel 163 4200 42 0
A E Johnson 421 421
Harry Motin 18 100 1 I
B R Barnes iss ito ito
George Johnson 84 84 I
W E Davis llS 84 84
E Galloway 188 50 50
John Eubanks iso 100 100
B Gormuly 191 100 111
W R Dean 192 100 1 C
J W Isbell 1193 5 50
J J Stewart 1257 laO 2 S
J W Hoywood 1265 500 5 r
C F Davis 1265 750 750
And In accordance with law and an or
der of the board of directors of said com
pany on the 15th day of November 1885
so many shares of each parcel of tho
above mentioned stock as may bo neces
sary will be sold by me at public auc
tion at the office of sale corporation No
160 Main street bait Lake City Utah
at 2 oclock p m on the 1st day of Feb
ruary 18S6 to pay such delinquent as
sessment and the cst of advertising and
expense of sale
Lake County Utah Territory Inf tha
matter of the estato of Peter Jenson
deceased Notice ot sale of real e lat
Notice is hereby given that in pursu
ance of an order of the probate court of
Salt Lake county Utah territory made
on the 23rd day of December 1S95 in the
matter of the estate of Peter Jenson
deceased the undersigned the adw nls
trator of said estate will sell at public
auction to the highest bidder for cash
and subject to confirmation by acid pro
bate court on Tuesday the 2Sth day of
January 1896 at 1 oclock m at said
property in the city and county of Salt
Lake all the right title interest and
estate of the said Peter Jenson at the
time of his death and all the right
title and interest that said estate has
by operation of law or otherwise sc
qulred other than or in addition to the
said Pete Jenson at the time c f his
death in and to all that ertam lot
piece or parcel of land situate lying and
being in the said city anct county of
Salt Lake territory of Utah Jjirmled
and described as follows towit Com
mencing eight 8 rods north and two 2
rods east of the southwest corner vt
lot two 2 in block ana hundred an I I
fifty 150 plat A Salt Lake Utr sur
vey and running thence nnrrh six i 6 I
coda thence cast two < 2 rols hence
squth six 6 rods tbene neat iwa i2
rods to the place of 3 < einmns Terms l
and conditons of sale Cash ten per cent
of the purchase money to be iiairt to the l i
administrator on the day of sale bal
nude on confirmation of sale by probate f
court Deed at expense of nurc > aser
AdmInIstrator of the estate of Peter
Jenson deceased
Salt Lake City December rOth IsSo
for Salt Lake County Territory of Utah
In the matter at the etta of Samuel
J Thomas deceased Order to show atC
why order of sale of real oil personal
estate should not be ma 3 L dwur
Bohling the adnvmstraf JF the estT
of Samuel J Thorn = > clo i d han
filed his petition htron Uu y v < = ra t
praying for an ordr or saJh of all t1 19
real and personal estate of ai decej
for the purposes tl1 rtn st fOr it is
therefore orJtreu by tn < j d e of J
court that all persons interested in the
tate of sail ceased appear beforo I
Court on T 10 = lay
said Probate 01 T1srlay fjj 2 T
day of January 189C at 1 oock n n
forenoon of eai day at the Court Roe r
of said Probata Court at je COI
Court HOUP ill the City and County
Salt Lake T tan Territory to show cau e
why an crdu should not tv granted
the said administrator to sell o much o r
the said real and personal Palate of tHa
said deceased at public 3 lie as shall t b
necessary and that a copy of this orVr
be published at least four success a
weeks m the Salt Lake Herald a newspa
per printed and published in sid City
and County
Dated December 27th 1895
Prdbate Judg <
James H Moyle Attorney for Estate
by given that In accordance with RPF T
dec the power given by a certain tJs
deed executed and delivered July 1 111
by Edward B Crltchlow and Mary Ti
Critchlow husband and wife to Charts
Baldwin trustee to secure a promissN
note executed and delivered July 1 1V
by Edward B Crltchlow and M K Ft
sons to Alice B Carpenter for thO FUTI
of eight hundred dollars clsOn with W rr
cent interest from its date which t 11
deed was duly recorded on page 4TJ < f
book 3 B ot mortgages In the coinv
recorders office of Salt Lake
Sal coarf <
Utah on the 3 day of Julv lm g1
covered the real estate hpfinafpr de
scribed I will as such trustee at th < >
request of said Alice B Carpenter who i
the holder and owner of = a 1 note ar I
trustdeed and because of fl fault in ni
ment of the principal of = ul not Tih
became due and payable July l iso4 a 4
the Interest from said late on Thursday t
February 6 189S at ttveUe clock n00r
at tho west front door of the cnuv
court house city and county baudine if
Salt Lake county Utah offr and < 11
to the highest and beat bddpr for ft n
for the purpose of applying tne pro i
of said sale on the ilotpdnps i aom
named and the costs or r11 i nrice and r
sale Including 10 per crit afornov < f
an legal compensation to he truF <
the following described ral estate t
Salt Lake city and county rtL tow
Lots numbered fortvegh forty n
fifty fiftyone and flfytwo i48 1 4i Ij 1
and 5 In block number one 11 of Hun
ters subdivision of block fiftyIts iJ
plat C Salt Lake City survey
of Emma Standish deceaeci Notice 13
hereby given by the und rs jnetl eX
tor of the last will aZhl 1 n tamta
Emma Standish deceased tf the > r
tors of and all persons having < la 3
against the said decease 01 tm
them with the n esbary vou h r
within four months after the first pi i >
cation of this notice to tif aii l CT I i
tar at the office of his attoiey T
nett Marshall Bradley n Salt LaKi
City in the county of Salt I to
Executor of last will anil stamen nt
Emma Standish d > cea < od
Dated January 2nd 1S26
Bennett Marshall Braoley atT
of Benjamin Rusle Peprrnm deceas
Notice is hereby givn by
undersigned adminlstrao of t
estate of said deceased to te crMffrvq
of and all persona havinc aima agi
the said deceased to shbt them w r i
the necessary vouchers wnhln ten mont a
after the first publication of this notic
to the aid admintratoi at 347 Vt
Second South In Salt Lake city In the
county of Salt Lake Utah
Dated January 10 < h its
Administrator of Benjamin Rudlf P0ratn
or John J Denalow deceased Notr 13
hereby given by the underpinned adm n
Istratnx of the estate of Jom J Dens ow
deceased to the creditors of and all >
sons having claims against he sail 3
ceased to exhibit them with the necessary
vouchers within four months after tis
first publication of this notice to the
said administratrix at th office of Ben i
nett Marshall and Bralley 163 Soub
Main street Salt Lake city Utah In the
county of Salt Lake
Administratrix of the Estate of John J
Denslow Deceased
Date of first publication January 4th
for the Third judicial distret of T > i
territory county of Salt LakJossph i
Kmgsbury plaintiff vs J M Keni
Nellie Kennedy Agnes Poland R
Kennedy awl Edward F Be < k as tiis i i
for R M Kennedy dptnuams Su >
mans The people of the rnrorv
Utah send greeting To J M Kenn
Nellie Kennedy Agnes Poland K i
Kenned and Edward F Bc as tri f >
for R 1 Kennedy defendant Tot
herebY required to appear < i an a r
brought against you by the alive n
plaintiff in the district court of th ° Tb r
Judicial district of the tferuturv of I i
and to answer the complaint tiled fh 5r
within ten days exclude of he < 11
service after the service on you of r
summons if served within th s ountv
if served out of this COUTX but ln i
district within twenty diva oth i >
within forty davs or judgurt oy jc i i
will be taken against you at < oling ti
prayer of said omplairt Tn > said m i
is i brought to have judgm if ajain r >
fondant J M Kennedy fur th pr n ri >
and interest due on a c rt m prom r
note hereinafter desiil > 1 nti alter
fees and any taxes plait T mn v hr
pay on premises > hereinafter 1 = CT eO r l
promissory note alleged t < ra f be n
outed by defendant J M KnneIy
plaintiff November a IS1 fur < 3M > w
Interest from date at S per rent per ti
num same being due aid wildly unr i i
save Interest to Auuutt > > and f i
principal and being eiirpri by n rpu >
gage upon premises herfinafpr doaon >
executed by sad J M Knn1v to pi
tiff to have whatever right or title o
defendants may have in or to said p ir1
laos declared subs qunt nail tJierinay i =
to mortgage Urn of this pHirmfr for r i
and other equitable relief sari prerr > < t
are described as follow towit Bee i
ning at northeast corner of afe i b1 t
49 plat B Salt Lake City survey r i
ning thence Tv < jst 43 Cet thence o i
125yi feet thence east 1 4 feet th ru
south 30V > feet to southern boundary
north onehalf of said lot hence u T
z1t feet to southeast corner of north on
half of said lot thence north to b
ning situate in Salt Lake Cty and
ty Utah territory An 1 you are hrr
notified that if you fail to appear sri I
answer the said complain aa above r
quired the said plaintiff will appiv to ti
court for the relief demanded therein
Witness the Hon Samuel A Msrri
judge and the seal of the dis I
court of the Third judicial ditn
in and for the territory of bt < > i
Seal this 23rd day of December in t
year of our Lord one housand eg i
hundred and mn > t > fle
Williams Van Cott Sutherland Ator
neys for Plaintiff
ers for the postofflee at Salt Lake My
Salt Lake county Utah covering a tern
of five years beginning Aprjl 1st 1h
and ending March 31st 1901 subject to 11
provisions and requirements of the form
of lease used by the postofflce depart
meat Said bids should provide for fur
nishing said quarters with lock boxes arri
drawers of modern pattern in sufficient
number together with necessary fixtur i
and furniture including free delivery fur
niture requisite to place said quarters
in a condition in every way satisfactory
for use as a postoffiee and to keep sail
quarters boxes drawers fixtures anl
furniture including free delivery furni
ture in good repair and propel condition
and furnish all additional boxes drawers
fixtures and furniture including addition
al free delivery furniture that may tw
deemed necessary by the postofflce dk
partment Also to include tse furnish ns
of satisfactory heat light and fireproof
vault and to keep said vault and heat
ing and lighting fixtures in good repair
and condition Said quarters to be ready
for occupany March 31st 1SW The form
of lease can be seen and printed forms
upon which bids axe required to be sxih
mltted can be had upon applying to Caleb
R Barratt postmaster who also will
advise as to the number of look boxer
drawers size of quarters and fixtures
and furniture thai will be needed BMa
should be addressed to
Postofflce Inspector Salt Lake City TJta

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