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4 Decrease Shown in the Bank
easnry Docs Sot Gain in Gold
4 nut Iones Less Than Was Expected
pected Important Event of the
AVeelc VUH the Meeting of the
Coal Road Representatives on
Thursday Belief That the Bond
Ifttiic Will He Oversubscribed
New York Jan HThe following
table compiled by Bradstreets shows the
total clearances at tho principal cities
and the percentage of increase or de
crease as compared with the correspond
ing week last year
i mountincDec
New Yorki339S43O9 94 > T7 I
J hlcago 83318510 2
Boston 1 84I546910I 09J I
Philadelphia rResojsj GO
t Lotus 2437511J7i60 I I
San Francisco 11US732 1S7
Baltimore I 14013358 149
Pltsb 10342809 164
Cincinnati 11518000 I 10S
Kansas city 11503276 150
New Orleans i 11054733 l 2Ci
Buffalo 4314554 119 I
Milwaukee j 159232S 191 10
Detroit 1 G S7
Louisville i 6352618 1 i C6
Minneapolis j 5550ffJS 477
Omaha 4GSl223i lOli
Providence 0100JOOi 74i
Cleveland I CG36930 121
Houston 1 5785339 17S
SL Paul I 4G9G691 313 I
Denver 2011101
Indianapolis 1 4255745 54
Columbus 0 3529200 226
Hartford 2422035 1 3221
Richmond j 203866157
Washington 1953OS8f 132 171
HALT LAKE 1519016157
Dallas 2228117137
St Joseph 143130077
PeorIa L707035I 34
Memphis 203Q903 140
Portland Ore 1034170 18
Rochester 1458572 13
New Haven i 1648470 13SJ
Savannah j 2843507 109
Springfield Mass 1521014 151
Worcester 1 14336191 117
Portland Me i 1104r2067
Atlanta I 1769937 5L7
t1 i i
Fort Worth 1491565373
Saco u l6S7877365
Syracuse 1053314 19
Des Molnes 948175 sb
Grand Rapids0SSX7 iii
Seattle 303027 125
t Lowell 5S7540J 55
Svilniington Del743500 73 I
Norfolk 1027335 33
Sioux City 605419 12S
Los Angeles 1266319 60
Toledo 1401575
Toleo 101575
Spokane 543130 592
Jacksonville 2S4937 I 7S
tvii 330426 1 172
New Bedford 443304 1 341
Wichita 435777 13 I
Birzmngilam 47018 H7
Topeka G159 li1
Lexington Ky 31620480
Hlghampton 3630 17
Helena 330
58G 30
Bay City Mlch 21162623
Fall River336812 66
Fal Rver 6S
Akron 0 313121119
Springfield 0 113173142
Canton 0 173 31
Sioux Falls 321
Fremont Nob 615 46
Hastings Neb 642 169
Chattanooga 2403 216
Fargo 14600I 131
M ml j
ashvil 0S420J 100
Gve2to 54T3015 llj
scranton S4GT1 136
Knoxville 331020
Dayton 698
4 Davenport t 124684
Augusta 590892
Rockford 2811 68
Augusta 50521 11
Total tithed States 0700S7447 66
Tota Lnted Sttesr 164il 661
Excusive of New york 449813 4
I AmountIIncIDea
Montreal 10IL69019
Toronto 6647331 155
Toront 66721
Haltfa 11 11868 201
Halax 76367 496
ci L Hamiton Winpg n 9265361 21
Totals I l667421 651 =
Now York Jan Bradstreets to
morrow will say An analysis of special
telegrams to Bradstreots from the more
Important business centers throughout
p he count shows considerable irregu
larity in trade the most favorable fea
ture being the tendency of staple prices
1o advance
The most important event of the week
was the meeting of the coal road repre
sentatives on Thursday The fact that
production of anthracite in 1895 reached
the enormous amount of 46330 tons de
monstrates the demoralization of the
trade and the necessity of restricting the
output to fijrurcs nearer the consumptive
Bradstreets review of the New York
ttock market says
Decidedly less consideration was given
to the condition of the government bond
issue this week It is assumed that I
will be somewhat over subscribed though
the prevalent opinion Is i that the bulk
of the loan will be taken by the same in
terests which formed the defunct Morgan
svndlcato and that public subscrip
ions socalled will be scattering and
relatively unimportant
New York a 24P G Dun Ccr
Weekly Review ot Trade which Issues
tomorrow will say The week has been
marked by improvement apparent rather
than real Prices of some products have
risen but only because supplies are be
lieved to be smaller than was expected
rhe senate still injures all business by
doing nothing and the treasury cannot
expect to gain in gold as yet but loses
Kss than was expected I is generally
assumed that the now loan will b placed
without difficulty though the succes
sive parmont may cause continued dis
New York an 24The modest vol
ume of business stransacteU upon the
New York stock exchange today cen
tered In three stocks Tobacco Sugar and
St Paul Regarding the two first named
there was circulated gossip of an unfa
vorable character Including revived rumors
mors of hostile action by the legislature
of the state of New Jersey Both stocks
not only proved superior to the attacks
prove lupror attks
but displayed exceptional strength on
buying chiefly for short account Al
though the trading i the general list
was quite limited improvement was
noted all along the line The news of 1
the day was calculated to cause a cheer
ful temper but this fact did not enlist
other than the strictly professional op I
orators owing to tho r en rapidly suc
ceeding and conflicting political and other
The Initial tone as has frequently hap
pene of late was imparted by Euro
pean cables The political advices
cbles plUcl avJces re
ceived were of continued pacific import
0 far as This country is concerned and
logically prices for Americans showed ad
vances over New York parity Some pur
chases were also made In this market
for account of foreign deer These
were not created of an Investment char I
acter however Other bull arguments I
consisted of rumors of preparations by
ment a syndicate bond issue to underwrite cither Individually the govern or
a a collective force and nonengagement
of gold for shipment tc morrow By the
w the inconsistency of reports on this
repor tIa
last point within the
pint wihin past day or two
has been marked Sugar scored a gain
a gan
of m Tobacco was raided at tho out
set and fell l per cent to 74 out
sreaexval of b b pressure Insiders took
hold at the low
a point and a rally re
suited t 7 1 Trading was fairly ani
mated in the early operations then be
came almost stagnant and so continued
until the last hour whet another spell
of activity occujied in which the spel
flfrures of the day were recorded The
market closed strong and generally at
mateiial net gains gcnraly
The railway bond market was almost
devoid of features The tone was firm
wa fr
however the dealings amounting to 1
Governments ruled steady throughout
with transactions of 5500
Money on call 33 1 per cent last loan
3 per cent closed 3 per cent
Prime mercantile paper 6S per cent
pper pr
Sterling exchange firm with actual
business in bankers bU at 4S9QHS9V4 for
demand and 4iS34 < g > lS9 for sixty days
Posted rates 4tS4S914
Commercial bills 49
I Silver certificates G7t67
Government bonds lirm
State bonds inactive
Railroad bonds firm
Boston an 24 The Boston Commer
cial Bulletin will say tomorrow Only 3
ner cent of this weeks sales of wool
are American Australian Is being sold
in big blocks and on a slowly advancing
market the seventy quality selling on a
basis of 48 cents clean
Foreign scoured wools are most injur
iously affecting the sales of American A
oound of this scoured stock takes the
olace of two and three pounds of greasy
AmerIc wool I is charged that these
wools J o not natural wools washed
but that they are manufactured from
burrv South American stock by a car
bonizing process
London Jan 24At the wool auction
sales today 14652 bales were offered of
which 500 were withdrawn An excellent
selection wits offered Including a lut of
better merinos suitable for American
buyers who took 2500 bales at full prices
Germany was a large buyer of merinos
while the bulk of crossbreds were taken
by Yorkshire There was a good Rus
sian demand for superior scoured while
the tendency for medium and coarse
I rossbreds was not so good
New York Jan 24 HOPS Heavy
WOOL Quiet
COFFEE Options opened barely steady
at 515 points decline closed easy at a
net loss of 1523 points sales 11500 bags
including March 12SO1290 Spot Coffee
Rio nominal No 7 13vi Mild quiet
Cordova 171S
SUGARRaw steady refined quiet
The Icadlis rururei wern 11 rom
open 1111 mUw l
an 60Vs 161 15994 161
Feb 160i8 iG2A IfiOM 63j
May C2 64k IG21 64Vi
JUIY634f mVi 16 6Y I
Open HIgh 1 W co
jan I I 27 = 8
May 12 1234 i 29 ¼ 29fc
July I304 1 SO ISOVi 3034 1
OAlti No 1
I Open Hh Low 10
Jan 1 i
ljs liS
Feb HSVfc 118 15 ½ 1s ½
May 20 20 4 ti1 204
July203k 2o 2P 20
1 ESl tIIUIC 1ITt1
Openmtgm mw lnr
Jan 11045 1050 1103 ¼ 1040
MayF1070 11075 1102 1065
LAltLker lilt bi
11t1 klri In 0
Jan I 567V I 570 I 567k 567r
May 595 i 5O74 15673 1 5924
July I 607 ½ i 610 1603 I 607 ½
3H < UU iu ItS IVr 1 hit
tUett It wan t
uel I 1
Jan I 51t I 515 I 503 510
May I 55The 1 540 I 530 535
July 1 5 471i I 5474t545 I 545
Cash quotations were as follows
WHEAT No 2 spring 6162i4 No
3 spring 5S g60V No 2 red 6S6 Qn <
OATS o 2 27 No 2 white 2
21 ¼ No 3 white IS
RYE No 2 3S ½
BARLEY No 2 nominal No 3 25
I 259 No 4 262S
1 FLAX SEED No 1 93
TIMOTHY SEED Prime S72 ½ 3771
MESS PORKPer barrel 6351043
i LARDPer 10 pounds 56716570
5I1 SHORT RIBSSides loose 50i
am SHOULDERS Dry salted boxed 44
SHORT CLEAR Sides boxed 5
i i WHISKY Distillers finished goods
j per gallon 122 0
Mtlclu i ttr nts
Flour barrels I 70001 9000
Wheat bushels I 210001 52009
j I Corn bushels 3320001 91 W
I Oats bushels 2S7000iS4000
Rve bushels I 20301 1w
I Barley bushels I 67000122000
On the produce exchange today the
butter market was steady dairies 10
i 17 creameries 1419
EGGS Steady fresh 1516
ew Yorn Jan 24
ulTPT Ontario 9 0
Cbollar DO Oct > I 40
Crown Point 26 Plyn ou x 2J
O C l Va 2 SUjQuicKbilvor 15
Deadvrood fO Preferred 15 5u
GC 55 Sierra Nevada 4a I
H N 1 Standard 1 75
Homestake 38 Union Con 3J j
Iron Sliver 25 Yellow Jackat J5
Me lcan b3
San Frs aotseo Jan SM The official closing
quotations lor mining stocks today were as
Alta T9 tcntuclt Can CC
Apha Con 21 Lady Washington
Andesnn 2 Mexicrn 64
Belcher 2 Mono 05
Belle Isle Mount DInblo Ji
E 4U 9jOccldentalCon Can 93
Bodie Con h 4Ophir 1 i >
Bulllau 1 Overman u
Hulwer Can IS Potosl 55
tuieuonla Orf Savage 26 t
Challenge r 36 I Scorpion 0
CuollnT OMJSlerraNpvada r
Commence 1 C3iSIlver nil
CCVa 2 50SJlver King 2
Con Imperial Union Con
Con Nor York Utah Con Or
Creon Point CSYelow JaoUot 47
Exchequer 11 sVvp bars 67
Gould SCurry Mexicandol 53aH5jy
RN I SOjDrafts sight Par
Juliu 13IDrat telegraph Par
< ew York Jan Zj
U 54s regnetvll3 D R G 7s 113
New 4s new couplU D RG 48 6TU
tTs fcsreg lit JCentGenIbs 13s
U S 5s coup lis4 Nor Pao lots Ut
U S4sroi h 108 Nor Pac 2dei0I
U S 4scoup 11 1 < 8 ½ N W Consols 14GV
S2srefr 66 NW S FdobosJLSH
Pacific 6of 93100 H G W lst j 74
Missouri St P Consols 73 123
AtchIson < Bn 73 Do C P W Ss 10
DlttoSeeond A 23 StLS F canJsl02
Canaan 2nds 145 l < U P lets of DG11
C Pac lstsoICiIDO
Now York
Jan 21
Atchison 1454 i Northern Pan
AdamI rprC1Su 46 Preterrcd 3J
Am ExproJsI t U P U G
B D 4L Northlc1tcrn 9 3V
Caadn Pacu 54 Preterrpd IH
Canada Sea 49 N Y Central 91h
CentrlPac 1I OreImp 2
Chas 0 1lImOreNav 12
Chicago Atn 153 OreS L U N t
C B Q 5 PittBburg 158
Cbicljo Gas 6 PuIUa Palaoo 152
Can Gas 15 Rcodng 0
Cob C 1 C3 R G W h 13
D L W Su Preferred 3j
D 1 G pref G Rock Island 3to
DaC1I Co 153k 61 PauL rl
ro h 151 Preferred26 i
Pleferred 245 81 1 0 f
Fort Wayne 10 Prcterradj5i
Great or preL10 SOltternP
Illinois Central Sugar Refinery IPV
Lasetzoro1441i Union HefnerYl1
Lest Trust 21 U G Express 3V
Man Con lOSt Wells Fargo Ex 3
Mlch Ceo 94 WeStern llama S27
Missouri Pnc 2 D l k G 8 I
N b Cordage u1 Gen Eloc 26
Preferred 5c CoLFueLJ e 2
N J Central1U014 PreterredllO
NoThAm C 01
Chicago JaI 24ATTLETodays re
ceipts tough light were amply sufficient
for the wants of the trade Common to
extra choice sold at 320S cows and
hetter 200 clves were faIrly active
and abut 2G3S 25 nt hlshr stockers and
HOGSReceIpt were smali Prices
were abut 5 cents higher tan yesterday
common t pre selling at 390423
largely at 41015 39
SHEEPRe lpts were sal but the
demand was poor and prIces were te
what lower commOn to choIce native
sheep found buyers at 2r8 and natve
lings brought 310O western fed sheep eal
were rater numerous ind In demand
at 310375 and common to choice lambs
brought 35046o labs
Kansas City Jan 24 CATTLE Re
ceipts 4900 shipments 2400 Market
steady to 10 cents lower native cows 150
315 beef steers 300425 stockers and
iceuert 273 < g < 390 d
HOGS Receipts 7500 shipments 2000
Market strong 5 cents higher bulk of
ales 390395 heavy 315 400 packers
2MQ305 405 mixed 3SO400 lights 38kb
SHEEP Receipts 2200 shipments 500
200340 Market steady lambs 350130 muttons
Omaha Jan 24 CATTLE Receipts
LOOO Market dull steady native steers
325g 40 westerns 280 365 cows and
heifers 240325 canners 150230 stock
ers and feeders 2SO375
HOGS Receipts 28375 2M Market 5 cents
higher and active heavy 390395 r light
35400 bulk Of sales 390395
SHEEP Receipts 000 Market 1015
cents lower natives 240340 western
225325 common and stock sheep 200i
300 lambs 300150
Fire in the Old Stock Exchange
Building Causes I Panic
CHICAGO Jan 24A fire in the old
stock exchange building northeast cor
ner of Dearborn and Monroe streets
today caused a panic among the oc
cupants The building is a sixstory
structure and the location one of the
most crowded street corners of the
city People on the fifth floor where
the flames were first discovered found
the way to the stairs barred by smoke
and resorted to the fire escapes One
woman completely unnerved appeared
at the window and endeavored to
jump She was seized by a man who
held her until the firemen raised the
ladder and rescued her
All the occupants were finally res
cued by the firemen The loss on the
building was comparatively trifling
J S Robinson who ha an office in
the building was quite seriously burn
ed on his hands and face while making
his way out H Barton Linflley an
employee of the Chicago Tribune was
loudly cheered by the crowd when he
emerged from the smoke carrying his
father in his arms Lindley Is 75 years
old and lives at Chillicothe O
Miss Mable Finnerty had her arm
broken and H Bardwell was burned
about the face
Great clearing sale of all winter
goods now in full blast
Docs 3 < ot Have to Tell What His
Jag Cure Is Made Of
PONTIAC Ill Jan 24The jury in
the case of Marshall against the Leslie
E Keeley company brought in a ver
dict for the defendant In this case
Marshall claimed damages to the
amount of 50000 from the Leslie E
Keeley company of Dwight Ill for
the alleged results following the treat
ment of his wife for the morphine
The case will be considered an im
portant one from the fact that the
Keeley tratment is by It placed In a
new school of medicine founded and
discovered by Dr Keeley and known
only to those who are educated therein
at Dwight under the superlntendency
of Dr Keeley and his medical staff
It is important as will be seen from
the following rulings of Judge TIpton
who presided He reaffirmed a pre
vious ruling that the Keeley company
could not be required to give up the
formula of their medicine and ac
I knowledged the force of the Injunction
issued by the United States district
court of Wisconsin In which the Kee
Soy company Is forever enjoined from
making nubile the formula of their
preparations or any part thereof
Under the evidence the law Is that
the Keelev remedy for the morphine
habit must be judged by Us effects
upon the human system and you have
no right to infer the remedies were
poisonous from the mere refusal of de
fendants to disclose the contents of
those remedies
It Is the privilege and legal right of
the defendants to refuse disclose Its
formula and because it elects to claim
that privilege and refuses to disclose
the same that fact cannot be con
strued as against the defendants in
this case and is without the province
of the jury to consider
Fannie or as her family called her
Fan had lost her beau and she was
afraid she never would be paired She
hated the thought of being single all
her life One day she saw in a store
window the sign Fans Repaired
Laughingly she said < to a friend There
Is hope for me yet I may be repair
ed Of course you may said her
friend if you will bake Dr Pierces
Favorite Prescription that wonderful
cure of womans complaints and tone
up your system Do you wonder your
beau left you when he found you al
ways complaining looking pale as a
ghost and all that Young men wont
knowingly harness themselves for life
to a walking corpse or a peripatetic in
firmary Take the remedy and get
well Pan did and has been satis
factorily repaired For nursing moth
ers or those about to become mothers
Favorite Prescription is a priceless
boon It lessens the pains and perils
of childbirth shortens labor promotes
the secretion of an abundance of nour
ishment for the child and shortens the
period of confinement
Just Received I
Full circle Astrachan and Boucle cloth
capes for 9 and 10 special Great
values at F Auerbach Bro
Two Lives Saved
Mrs Phoebe Thomas of Junction
City Ill was told by her doctors she
had Consumption and that there was
no hope for her but two bottles Dr
Kings New Discovery completely
cured her and she says I saved her
life Mr Thos Eggers 139 Florida
St San Francisco suffered from a
dreadful cold approaching Consump
tion tried without result everything
else then bought one bottle of Dr
KIngs New Discovery and In two
weeks was cured He is naturally
thankful I Is such results of which
these are samples that prove the
wonderful efficacy of this medicine in
Coughs and Colds Free trial bottles
at Z C M I Drug dept Regular
price 25c and 50c
We hold over
7000 letters
from Eminent Doctors
To Fortify and
Fortif I Brain
i Mailed Free
i Descriptive Book with Testimony and j
i Portraits i
Zlcaeflcial end 4ca Ole
Jcn fcal JEcery Test Proves Reputation
Told > tltnHons AI for Vie Marai
At Druggists and Fancy Grocers
1 40 b Q2 W16thSt1ew1crl
I < = r
Ogden January 2o
OAKLAND Cal Jan 24Leslie
Madison Day a civil engineer is miss
ing He came here from Ogden Utah
about three years ago where his moth
er and sisters reside Several months
ago he disappeared and no trace of
him can be found His relatives fear
that he is dead
Yesterday afternoon the grand jury re
ported an indictment against E F Darl
ing charging him with extortion This is
the outcome of charges preferred by
James Sheridan of the Arlington saloon
Sheridan claimed that Darling tried to
extort money from him by asserting that
he Darling had seen a lady in Sheri
dans room He had looked over the
transom a la Adams He had told Sheri
dan that he wanted 140 but finally came
down to Onefourth that sum Darling
so Sheridan alleges finally brought a con
tract Which he signed and which is as
Entered into by K P Darling party
of the first part and James feherdan
party of the second part witnesseth
that for and in consideration of forty
dollars 840 towit 5 in hand and 35
on January 23 tomorrow the said party
of the first part withdraws from a certain
suit and complaint against the party of
the second part
In the faithful fulfillment of this con
tract I party of the first part sign this
contract as above this day fulfilled
Witnessed by representative of the
party of the second part
Written in red ink
On the back of the contract the re
porter noticed the following written in
red ink
This contract is now fulfilled and paid
by check on the Commercial National
I had already paid him 55 as the first
step In the contract to rob me said j
Mr Sheridan and I paid him yester
day by check the balance of 535
The affair has caused much excitement
Darling is at present in jail
Darling was seen in Jail this morning
by a Herald reporter He would make
no statement further than to deny that
he had signed the contract giving the
inference that it was a forgery Detec
tive Tender however says he saw the
prisoner sign the contract
Dr J O Campbell of Five Points was
arrested this afternoon for selling liquor
without a license the grand jury having
returned an Indictment Bonds were
Yesterday afternoon and today the fol
lowing orders were made by Judge Ro
Jennie M Odell vs P E Gordon et al
judgment of foreclosure for 35525
Southern Electric Supply company vs
Joseph Barton attorneys agreed to ac
cept W H Smith to try case
H A Tait receiver etca vs Ogden
Savings bank et al cause came on reg
ularly for trial Maginnis Weber Hey
wood and MacMJllan appearing for plain
tiff and Evans Honors for defendant
Court heard sworn testimony and docu
mentary evidence and defendants made
motion to dismfefc action which was
argued In part and case continued until
this morning The arguments were re
sumed today and when court adjourned
had just been completed
A Nelson Co vs Christ Peterson
action dismissed at cost of plaintiff
The people vs Erastus Christensen on
motion of Nets Jensen prosecuting at
torney for Box Elder county indictment
I dismissed
Shortly after 3oclock this afternoon the
grand jury entered court and raporte4
j five Indictments as follows
j I E K Darimg extortion Ed Egan
grand larceny two indictments John
Doe Slater John Doe Eastland and Ed
Egan arson The latter are the three
men who sat the county court house on
fire Ed Egan is the notorious horsethief
I who was captured In Wyoming by Deputy
Uncle Josh Sprueeby comes tonight
at the Grand The band parades at noon
The Third ward choir will give a con
cert In the institute of that ward next
The popularity of The Herald map cal
endar increases dally Get one at this
office for five cents and a counpon
George L Corey returned to Ogden yes
terday after being absent almost a year
at his ranch near Rexburg Ida He will
visit here a month
I The meeting of the members that Is
the subscribers of the public library will
be held Tuesday at the Presbyterian
church A fine literary and musical pro
gramme will be interspersed with the
Joe Bennett and James Little are used
to the quiet monotony of a sheep camp
Lately they came to town and went in for
a little of every thing conducive to a
good time Fifteen dollars and costs said
I Justice HulaniskI yesterday morning
Provo Paragraphs
PROVO Jan 24The masquerade
ball in the opera house last evening
was a gorgeous affair Sam A King
as King Carnival took the part in a
very becoming way Miss Nora Beck
as queen appeared as a dream of
loveliness The first prize a box of
silk handkerchiefs was awarded tc
Messrs Allaman and Dusenbery as
the Italian rover and trick bear the I
second prize a large vase was given
to Robert Buckley for sustaining the
best character as a green country
girl Ben Schwab as a school girl
and Mrs E L Jones as a squaw with
papoose received special notice from
the judges
Judge King who has formed a law
partnership with Senator Arthur
Brown and Judge K P Henderson
will very shortly move his family to
Salt Lake city Judge Kings many
friends in Utah county are sorry to
part with him but speak for him a
prosperous brilliant future
A marriage license was today grant
ed to William N Lowe aged 26 and
Louisa Powell aged 1C both of Spring
The First ward reunion yesterday
was a grand success
The different coal companies of
Provo are just now engaged in a war
on price Pleasant Valley coal Is now
selling at 350 per Ion at the yard The
public appreciate it and arc laying in
a supply
I Is often a mystery how a cold has
been caught The fact is however
that when the blood is poor and the
system depressed one becomes pe
culiarly liable to diseases When the
appetite or the strength falls Ayers
Sarsaparilla delay should be taken without >
In the fur trade in New York Our Mr I
Fred Auerbach on hand with ready
cash Result A splendid line of fur
capes scarft etc at 50 cents on the
dollar Come quick and profit Real
seal scarfs 325 worth 10 each at
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 1SG an assessment
No 17 of 2 cents per share was levied
on the canital stock of the corporation
te corporaton
payable to the treasurer G A Gibbs
rooms 6 and 7 No 56 South Main street
Salt Lake City on of before street
day of February 1S96 Any atock upon
I which the assessment remains unp d
on the 22nd uay of February 1S9S will
bo dalincjuenr and advertised for sale
at public auction and if payment Is not
made before will ba sold on the 14th day
of March 1S96 at the hour of 1100 a m
at the office of the treasurer to pay
assessments and cost of advertising to
gether with expense of advetsinS
G A GIBBS Secretary
Sal Lake City January 17 1S83
an order of sale and decre of foreclosure
to me directed by the district court of
I the Third Judical district of the Territory
of Utah I shall expose at public sale
at the west front door of the county
I eh f
court house in the city of bait t
county of Salt Lake and Territory of
Utah on the 27th day of January 1S35
at 10 oclock a mi all the rignt title
claim and interest of Emma A Lewis
administratrix of the estate of John S
Lewis deceased Emma A Lewis Gwen
doyn Lewis and Junius Lewis May
Lewis Mable Lewis Ethel Lewis Royal
Lewis David Lewis minors and
I Catherine Lewis and Inor Lewis
I of in and to the following de
u rea1nstatt ino
scribed real estate t io Part of lots I
one 1 and eIght 8 block seventy
seven 77 plat Co Salt Lake City sur
vey commencing at southeast corner of
said block seventyseven f77J 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 as the property
perty of Emma A Lewis administratrix
of the estate of John S Lewis deceased
Emma A Lewis Gwendolyn Lewis arl
Tunius Lewis May Lewis labIa Lewis
Ethel Lewis Royal Lewis David Lewis
minors and Catherine Lewis and John D
Lewis at the suit of E L Sheets Terms
of sue chNAT
United States Marshal
Deputy Marshal
Dated January 3rd 1S36
fin Richards intity Richards attorneys for
of Charles Walter deceased Notice is
hereby given by the undersigned admin
istrator of the estate of Charles Walter
deceased to the creditors of and all per
sons having claims against the said de
ceased to exhibit them with the necessary
vouchers within ten months after the
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 1SOS
Administrator of the Estate of Charles I
Walter Deceased
M M Kaighn Attorney for Estate
for the Third judicial district of Utah
territory county of Sal Lake Edward
T Singer plaintiff vs Salt Lake City
Copper Manufacturing Company W S
jycCornick 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
lining 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 I Green and Charles B Kim
ball defendants Summons on amended
ami supplemental complaint The people
of the Territory of Utah send greeting
To Salt Lake City Copper Manufactur
ing Company McCornick tS 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 i
Pack Harriet L Green The Standard
smelting Relning Company Dwyer <
Crcssgrove The Gellette Herzog Manu
facturing Company Stephen A Harri
son and the Northwestern Wheel nu
Foundry Company R W Jones Frank
B Stephens Thomas W Jennings Gil
bert D Amos Samuel M Green and
Charles B Kimbaii defendants You are
hereby required to appeal n an action
brought against you by the above named
plaintiff m the District Court or the Third
Judicial District of the Territory of
Utah and to answer the amended com
I Dlaint fLed therein within ten days ex
clusive of the day of service alter the
service on you of this summonb if served
within this county or if served out or
this county but in this district within
twenty days otherwise within forty days
I or judgment by default will be taken
against you according to the prayer of
said amended complaint The said ac
tion is brought tc have a decree of this
I court declaring null and void a certain
trust deed executed September 24 la H
purporting to be executed and acknow
ledged by defendant Salt Lake Guy Cop
per Manufacturing Co conveying to ae
fendaat Hanauer trustee certain pro
perties herlnafter described same beinc
recorded in recorders office of Salt Lake
County Utah September 25 1S94 in
Book 3 P of Mortgages pages 58995
and also in Box Elder County Utah to
have It declared by said decree that a
certain unrecorded trust deed upon said
I properties executed by defendant Salt
Lake City Copper Manufacturing Co
to David May trustee on or about May
2C 1M4 to be a first lien upon said pro
perties to have a receiver of said Copper
Co appointed to have said properties
sold for attorneys fees and for
other 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
Lucin Mining District in the county of
Box Elder Territory of Utah and re I
corded in the mining recoras of said
district together wlt > all and singular
the rights acquired thereby and by the
continued development thereof also all
the minerals ores gold silver 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 I
tho tools and implements used in connec
tion therewith and the working and de
velopment thereof and all the appur
tenances thereunto 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 and described as follows towit
Commencing at a point on the east
bank of Jordan River seventytwo 72
rods North and north S deg 30 min
west seventyseven and four tenth 7
410 rods from the northeast corner of I
section twentyseven 27 township one
1 north range one 1 west Salt Lake
meridian and running thenco south 8 I
3eg 30 min 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 ot 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 82 810
acres o nantinrr 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 47 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 1
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 the place of beginning Also
a strip of land one hundred 0 feet
wide being twentyfive 2 feet on the
northerly and seventyfive 75 feet
sevetyfve 75 on
the southerly side of the center line
of the railroad track as now located on
the ground and as shown by tracing at
incited to and made a part of the deed
from Samuel l Green to said company
extending from the easterly line of the
track hereinbefore described to the east
I erly line of the land shown and described
on said tracing or plat thereto attached
and also all nouses machinery plant
equipment works machine shops also
all structures 01 buildings now used or
erected or thereafter to be used or erected
In connection with the works of aid
company including material for the
101 con
structing maintaining operating repair
ing or replacing or for the betterment
or improvement of any of said works or
any part ot their uppurtenances also
all the rights powers privileges im
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 t said mines and works
whether then held by the party of the
I first part or thereafter to be acquired
It being the Intention to specifically in
clude thereby and convey all the pro
perty and works of Saul company To
gether with all and singular the tene
I ments hereditaments and appurtenances
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 avery part thereof with the
appurtenances And you are hereby no
tilled that if you tai 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 Merritt
Judge and the seal of the Dls
Seal trict Court of the Third Judicial
District In and for the Terri
tory of Utah this 3rd day of
January in the year of our Lord
one thousand eight hundred and
nnetysixDAV C DUNBAR Clerk
By GEO D LOOMIS Deputy Cerk
William J Herrlck Williams Van Cott
Sutherland attorneY for plaintiff
Utah Principal place of business at Salt
Lake City Not eThere are delinquent
upon the following described stock on
account of assessment levied on the 4th
day of November 1893 the several
amounts set opposite the names of the
respective shareholders as follows
I Zl Z
t >
I 0
Names a
I I t p
Frank A Stoyer t3550OCO125 on
Frank A Stoyer iso soooo 12500
Frank A Stoyer I37J200001 5 0
Frank A Stoyer 3820 > 000i 50 0
Frank A Stoyer 13 i 511 5 0
Frank A Stoyer 40 5000 1250
J jl
Frank 1 Ptoyer 41 500 1
Frank A Stoyer 1 1 40001 100
Theo J Baker 70 50 12
And in accordance with law and the I
order of the board ot directors of said I
company made on the 4th day of No
vember 1895 so many snares of each
parcel of such stock as may be necessary
will be sold at public auction neclar
lice of said company 612 McCormick block
Salt Lake City Utah on Saturday
January llth 1S96 at 2 oclock p m of
such day to pay delinquent thereon to
gether with the cost of advertising and
expense of the sale
Bv order of the board of trustees of
the Jones Mining company of Utah the
time of above sale is postponed to Sat
urday February I ISJS at 2 oclock
January 11 1SS6 Secretary
hereby given that at a meeting of the
directors of the Ada Consolidated Mining
company held at the office of the com
pany 3 to 43 West First South Salt
Lake City Utah on the 26th day of De I
cember 1S95 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 1S96 to J F
Bennett the secretary of said corpora
tion at his office 37 to 43 corora
Mg tha street Salt Lake city Utah First Any I
stock unon whh thi nt I
I remain unpaid on the 30th day of Janu
R 1S96 will be delinquent and adver
tised for sale at public auction and un
I less payment is made before will b
sold on the day appointed to pay the de
linquent assessment together with cost
of advertisement and expense of sale
Mining company of Tintlc Notice There
are delinquent upon the following ae
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
I z z
0 I 0 I
Name C C
I g
Edward L Sloan 14 1005100 I
J E Ciark i i 3110oO 1000
John H McChrystal 42 1000 10 10
John H McChrystal 44il000 lo M
J L Williams 1 400i 400
JQS Cambron j 4101 100
JBGiffin i 1 150
r John W Young 1 I Gl 500 son
Eugene Kimball 400 400
John ni McChrystal f SI 5W 50U
D H Friend I 9 10 100
D H Friend j 1 32 100 10
J Friedbers 1 93 100 100
10 10
J Friedberg i I ii ICO 10
S Friedberg 95 10 r
S Friedberg 36 100 i oo I I
W r Weil 97 ion i 0
W M Well 98 100 100
H E Friend 198 100 100
E S Friend 1 6 61
A Osterman 101 100 1 00
H C F Schroeder aoj 100 1 00
B H Eiring 103 10 1 I 0
Chas Goodman 10 100 100
i John McKelvey I ills iSOOO 5000
i Henry J Dengel 112 5 5
P Rumpel 121 5 5
E H Rathbone 50 81
C F Rathbone 333 833
W V Richards H37 230 1A i
Geo W Cushing 113 5 5 on i
A W Caine Co 1140 500 50 i
Albert Lavoy 153 50 50 I
Albert Lavoy 15 200 200 I
W F Shriver J1634200 42 0 I
A E Johnson I 421 421
Harry Motin 1181 10 1 oo j
B R Barnes I1S5I 10 ico
George Johnson j 8 S I I
W E Davis I 84 8 I
L Galloway tlSS 50 5 I
John Eubanks 1189 10 101
B Gormuly 191 lOOi 110 j
W R Dean 192 11 e I
J W Isbell 11931 5 50
J J Stewart 12571 2 250 I
3 W Heywood 12851 500 5 C
C F Davis 1261 750J 75
And in accordance with law and an or
der of the board of directors of said com
pany on the 15th day of November 1S95
so many shares of each parcel of the
above mentioned stock as may b neces
sary will be sold by me at public auc
tion at the office of said corporation No
160 Main street Salt Lake City Utah
at 2 oclock p m on the 1st day of Feb
ruary 1856 to nay such delinquent as
sessment and the cost of advertising and
expense of sale
Secretary I
Lake County Utah Territory In the
matter of the estate of Peter Jensoii
deceased Notice ot sale of real estate
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 1895 in the
matter of the estate of Peter Jenson
deceased the undersigned the adm ns
trator of said estate will sell at public
auction to the highest bidder for cash
and subject to confirmation by raid pro
bate court on Tuesday the 2Sth cay 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 Jensen at the
time of his death and all the right
title and Interest that said estate has
by operation of law or otherwise oc
quired other than or in addition 10 the
said Peter Jensen at the time of hisS
death in and to all that certain lot S
piece or parcel of land situate lying and
being in the said city anff ounty of
Salt Lake territory of Utah Wmied
and described as follows towit Com
mencing eight 8 rods north and two 2
rods east of the southwest corner vf
lot two 2 in block inc hundred an1
fifty 150 plat A alt Lake i t ur
vey and running thence north eix 6
rods thence east two 2 ro3s hence
south six 6 rods thenv acat wo t2
rods to the place of einnmng Ttrma
and condltons of sale Cash ten per cent
of the purchase money Jo be paid tr the
administrator on the day of sale bal
ance on confirmation of sale by probate I
court Deed at expense of wureaser
dmfnf trator of the estate of Peter I
Jenson deceased
Salt Lake City December roth 193
for Salt Lake County Territory I Utah I
I the matter at the estate of Samuel I
r J Thomas deceaped Ord r to show r > aise >
why order of sale of real fa
I rra and p < rs > ni
estate should not be made Lu n r
Bohling the administrator of the es
of Samuel J ham deued t est e
filet his petition herein July Vr L 1 I
praying for an orO r of sale of al
real and personal estate of said d ceJ T
for the purposes therein sot forth u
therefore ordered by the J tdg of sail
that all persons interested 5
court al intereted If P
tate of said deceased appear before the fg
said Probate Court on Tuesday tbp < > h
day of January 1S95 at 1 0 ClOCK ts h
forenoon of said day at the Court Ric m
of said Probate Court at tha Cnunsr
Court House in the City and County of
Salt Lake Utah Territory to show causa
why an order should not b granted to
the said administrator t sell so mh cf
the said real and personal estate of tv0
said deceased at public axle a shall b
necessary and that a copy of this orl P
be published at least four successive
weeks in the Salt Lake Herald a neXvspa
per printed and published In said City
and County
Dated December 27th 1S85
Probate Judge
James H Movie Attorney for Estate
by given that In accordance with and u
der the power given by a certain trolct
deed executed and delivered July 1 iw
by Edward B Critchlow and Mary Vi
Critchlow husband and wife to P arlM
Baldwin trustee to secure a prozns ny
note executed and delivered July t 1S
by Edward B Crltchlow and M K Pro
sons to Alice B Carpenter for th s n
of eight hundred dollars 800 uih 10 rt i
cent Interest from its date whv tll e
deed was duly recorded on pale 4i r
book 3 B of mortgages in the
N j r v
recorders office of Salt Lake rJln >
Utah on the 3d day of July 111 a r j
covered the real estate hereinafter ri >
scribed I will as sn > h trustee at U
request of said Alice B firpenter wv > a
the holder and owner of afd notp 11
trust deed and because of
dffauit in r >
ment of the principal of sill not w h
became due and payablo July 1 t 4 ir 1
the interest from said date on Thur Liv
February 6 1896 at tWeve oclock m
at the west front door of tho < nu iW
court house city and county bniMT f
Salt Lakp county Utah offer inf f
to the highest and bet ldfT f I r rTav
I for the purpose of apphlrg tne pn i
of sail sal the in1
on indhtednEll a1
ramed and the POSt of t M a 110tkf i1l
sale including 10 per rnt atfornve f >
and legal compensation to the tri i <
the following de cihtl r al esu <
Salt Lake city and count Ltah to >
Lots numbered fortvocrht forty
fifty fiftyone and flftytt > 4S F
and 52 in block niimhf OIP p of n
tots subdivision of hlork flftytw >
plat C Salt Lake fttv survey
of Emma Standish deceased Not c L
hereby given by the undersigne cx
tor of the last will and testamen
Emma Standish deceased to the er
tors of and all persons having e1 ln
against the said
deceasE t to f 11 I
them with the necessary vou <
within four morths after the fret p
cation of this notice to the said cs
tor at the office of his all orneys I
nett Marshall Bradley in Salt La
City in the county of Siif J Lake
Executor of last wii and testament f
Emma Stanfllsh decea ut
Dated January Son ivrt
Bennett Marshall Bradley atf
of Benjamin Rusle Ferrari dfv d5 I
Notice is > hereby givrt by
undersigned administrator of
estate of onH rlofonao1 t n Ho > J i t
of and all persons havms Halms aai l
the i said defused to chh i thm w
the necessay vouches v rhi i rpn rOt a
after the first publication ot this tlp
to the aid administrator at 347 V =
Second South in Salt Lake city in i >
county of Salt Lake Ttah
Dated January lOh HOsi j
Administrator of Benjamin Rusle Perm
Of John J Deolow deCPasKi Noti < r IS
hereby given by the undersigned adm r
Istratrix of the estate of John J Den > lw
deceased to the creditors of an4 Ill f
sons having claims against the sa T o
ceased to exhibit them with the nec s o
voucher within four months after tr
first publication of this nollce to t
said administratrix at the office of Eei
nett Marshall and Brallej 163 Soii
Main street Salt Lake City Utah in th
county of Salt Lake
Administratrix of the Estate of Joan J
Denslow Deceased
Date of first publication January 45
for the Third judicial distrct of 1tas
territory county ot salt
Kingsbury plaintiff vs j M
Nellie Kennedy Agnes Pand a
Kennedy an2 Edward F L k as tru
for It 31 Kennedy rifrnianres
loir A i j i iivtcmi
mans The people of the terrrr
Utah send greeting To J T Icn i
Nellie Kennedy Agnes Poland K
Kenned and BJward F I rk as tr i
for R 3 Kennedy defendants To
hereby required to appear n an a
brought aga nut yoxt by tho al > oe r
plaintiff in the district court Qf the Th
Judicial district of the ttrr toy ot 1
and to answer the complaint tiled Vt r
within ten days exriu = iie of the C y r
service after the service on you of s
summons if served within ths coOn
ff served out of this county but m <
district with n twenty days oth rr >
within forty days or judgment by a fr
will be taken against you areorfing o a
prayer of said complaint Tic said < nt
Is brought to have jungmit again d
fendant J M Kennedy for the pnrora
and interest due on a crtaii promiss r
note hereinafter described vurh attorns
fees and any taxes panf may h i a
pay l on premises hereinafter irscri el r
promissory note alleged to hive ben rr
cuted by defendant J M Itenhisuly
plaintiff November 5 lWi for 3srj TC
Interest from date at 8 por cnt pr i
num same being due ant TI olly m i 1
save interest to August 1 15 ani t
principal and being semirr 7 by a iro
gage upon premises herpinaftpr d sfrtt
executed by sid J M KTnrrly to plj
tiff to have whatever right or tith of
defendants may have in or to said p >
lies detlared subsequent and subor I < >
to mortgage urn of this rla nnff fen r <
and other equitable relief arid prt re 9
are described as follows nwit T3g
nlng at northeast corner of lot hI
49 plat B Salt Lake flty urvey r i
ning thence west 43 fet thence < = o >
125 ½ feet thence east W4 feet thri
south l0i feet to southern
39j t boundary rf
north onehalf of said lot hence ri
M feet to southeast corner of north c
half of said lot thence north to bt
ning situate m Salt Lake Pity and < r
ty Utah territory An1 yea are here
notified that If you fail tj appear a i
answer the said complaint aa ahov r
quired the said plaintiff viii appiv TO t >
court for the relief demanded there n
Witness the Hon SamvK 1 A M > T
Judge and the el of the ctsrr
court of the Third judicial diatr
In and for the
territory of T i
Seal this 23rd day of December in t >
year of our Lord one hound etg l
hundred and mnetyfiv e
Williams Van Cott Sutherland Attor
neys for Plaintiff
ers for the postofflce at Salt Lake ciH
Salt Lake county Utah covering a tPTn
of five years beginning April lat 1x96
and ending March 31st 1301 subject to th
provisions and requirements of the torri
of lease used by the postofflce depa
merit Said bids should provide for f ar
nishlng said quarters with lock boxes ar I
drawers M modern pattern fn sufficient
number together with necessary fixtures
and furniture including free delivery for
niture requisite to place said quarts
in a condition in every way satisfacton
for use as a postofflce and to keep sa i
quarters boxes drawers fixtures an 1
furniture including free delivery fum
tune in good repair and proper concitio
and furnish all additional boxes drawer
fixtures and furniture including addition
al free delivery furniture that may a
deemed necessary by the postofflce d
partment Also to Include the furnish vg
of satisfactory heat light and fireproof
vault and to keep said vault and f ca
log and lighting fixtures in good repair
and condition Sail quarters to be r < Jy
for occupany March 31st 1S06 The fwi
of lease can be seen and printed form <
upon which bids are required to be sut
mltted can be had upon applying to CakH
R Barratt postmaster who also wlJ
advise as to the number of lock boxes
drawers size of quarters and fixtures
and furniture that will be needed B I x
should ba addressed to
Postofflce Inspector Salt Lake City Utah

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