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; or, ta I heard a THE TEPJaTORIAL-TAIR- r t a member of the f.J rig! f when ho was 1014 Statement Board Directors vUh-foof the ef r Apostle Ti K,or?aa caring for a njbr ai, i&!v - JWe' nmdr, ,, at tLe Tavenacle Tester ihty. 'Mormon" .Lfeionarv. "If . Josenh ; aSccTttrr'g fteport ftr I88S. Smith was cot a Prophet he should nave FRAGMEX for we need one bad To the Citizen ihk Territory V XteUgious" services were held in the enough,been, V Lord knows.1 When the Ttbernhele xra . Siihday, .Jeoember we reUect on the condition that ts For many reasons the work of m. in the world, da we not realize Y Witb " 1 889 after today, for the save to necessity holding the recent Territorial Fair something President1 Angus M,- Cannpn prewose 01 um numan Will I was undertaken by the Board of Di that yuow Hag Is still at Df.An- - Hdintr iamily be saved, socially and choir nd cangregatioa sang: politically?., religiously, fthouki there not be rectors of the Deseret" Agricultural of scarlet fsver. v:rl .s ..; j something done, to save' the world and Manufacturing Society, ,wth ' And cbant tb totem U7, from Its. tendency today? I rejoice feelings of trepidation" and concern. J arrested yterdayf Siferuoon, and ;;;j in Deingaoie 10 tesury that princi- At the very beginning' of Its endeavfclder II. P. Itlcharda, ples Prayer by; wiireu uvcr iq' .luc "military autnori have been revealed which will ors. 'vexatious ' - ties fbi triaL1 . questions arose and ; Thfrfltofcaang:;. f r accomplish this work of salvation If had to be determined - At Ant; the babe pf Betalehcm, respecting the Tomorrow there wfflTaeW Jier- . the world will receive them. May act God of meek Of the the of raiem. kambl on sad be Zion and in appropripeace validity making lormances pf "Jiobemlan UlrJ," by fthe Btephwis Ofwra Cempony, .3ihe'rriegtlj?0Jpf the Thirteenth an her abiding places, and the king ation for' the 'exposition building, . at tiie Thtiwtrw. iWard offlciatcdhi the adminisitK-- dom of God be established. necessitating the exercise of wisdom , .. A AT08TLK MOSES THATCHEB , and caution in the, contracting;: of Ox and after Jan. "2, the Salt Like tloa of the Sacrameiit. r y1'? r A Eawivra will connect with tlitj Was the next speaken He; said he debt and consequent'' delay in prepa. L PRKBIDKST KOBOAX JOHX ine round trip not thought of being called to rations for the fair.; When finally stage for iTu-to adxlret fhe congrega-tio- had J fare will be $3,.city. sJ J, as the labors of the part the courts determined the legality jf j watjcailed speak "H aaidi hankful for week today, Tim young folk will be interested been had severe, and he did of the act, .other obstacles of a more 'meeting with the not- - feel that he had the. physical or .less , serious nature in the annjune.mMitoft'ie opening of the5rivfisge intervened, n .aigo Qiutuug jutj&, uiAut? Ill special Saints ' under: such; peaceful and strength to - make the congregation and these, together with .the apprenotice in- another ' column. x . , favorable .Tho circumstances privlf . '7 ' I . f hear. The remarks made by. the hension of delay In completion of No choice has yet been made for lces'aTorded fn1 ihfaeapacity are previous speaker, referring to the art anist&nt to U nited HtateaAttdruey seasons of feasting, wherein 'f the misapprehension under which we the building, fears that owing to the of the . notice given inters in the Third Piatrict, but it labor, caused a train of thought to Insufficiency fa pretty certain that a local attorney Saints are strengthened In the per- - pass farmers would be entirely unpremind be that my through may rormaoee ch weir auuea. 4 nis is of some benefit. God has not had a pared to exhibit their comsoodities, will be recommended by for the position. tliei last' Habbath. In the year 1888, servant on the earth who has not and a wholesale apathy among the consequent upon the long and by next Sabbath" the records of been in a similar position. At no people, Mrs. Geokqe Duxfobd will be of period inactivity in fair holding, was a time there who believed " "pieaewi tt people receive all hei gtfntltnao the year tnow closing will bo swalto Inspire a feeling of combined in revelation who were not misun .. Jriemk on,'ew. Year's day,' enwcl-all- y lowed the eternity of the past. derstood. the outcome of was not understood anxiety In regard to Abel those who have Iwen eo kiftd But uptri before us Is as a blank by his brother Cainyand therefore the project .which was at once irrethe year Her recent 1S2.W.J at JIJuy and' depressing.' It is there- au.iij - wiu iu sheet, fc l "written - upon by, the lost his life. Noah and Abraham sistible TO OUUI,, VC WVU fore with more than ordinary pleas. also misunderstood were were as . ' deeds .hours of I and 6. ; ; of "hext thtf twelve, .months. Isaac- r ; ure that we are enabled to announce time;, and the FxekieLJacob, Joseph, Job, Isaiah, that In all respects the fair of 1888 Trie old folks, widows, deal mute Thiieajiromenteus Daniel and others.' reflect upon the posi was an unqualified and unequivonot only misunderstood They but cal mey occupy, iofeopie coiay were success..able time at the Theatre 'this lter areivin In fact, considering were , we have as accused, such falsely a peculiar p&aftion aa we ' some , , noon. .The. Stephens Opera Cora- -, a re, not oolv.as attendant disadvantage thej to and had labor under those been, to eeocraDhloal situ have of which been ' enumerated, pany were giving the audience a rtch ation, but in' a". rx'ligiou 'social, and difficulties. No person was so little treat in their rendition of the understood and so falsely accused by the interest evinced on tne occasion, sense. a the chare ter of the display made, the which will be re--' political , . No so com- the generation in which He was on financial outcome, andL the'satisfac ae people on and pletely , afternoon as was earth of peated tomorrow Savior world. the the miaapfirehended as the Lat- Wbo was even accused or . tion universally expressed, are re6 evening, 1. y being Baint. When we conmarkable and gratifying. For this N .V. f. followed himself. who They trast the ideas of the world with the result the Board feels it is indebted were ' Him Those misunderstood. JtDGE SPIUGCE DEAD, y knowledge of those acquainted with to, public, and therefore': takes who graves of the thisthe the genius bf tb work twe are en- - dead garnished the to to sprees' to ithen its occasion ea in, tnere to a vast mfrerence. Prophets sought slay the liv- obligation. In a' special manner it JLn Eminent and Respected Citiien. ones. t. . -- uiiott as deluded ing ked ignorant desires also to tender the thanks of must a be There for all motive '.-tills, 3 ,. Fases to His .Best.'-.arid fanatical, we areostracued by to the patrons of the fair the all the nations of the "earth and all and we must look for It beyond the for society substantial their aid; tor the Before foun Garden Eden the of The announcement of the death ranks of society.' The human faml- - dations of the earth were laid there awarding committee for. their arduso imtiiiPd with sen ly of Judge Kzra T. Bpragae will "be timents a council around the Throne of ous and Important laborsto performed adverse to the Saints that it was received wilbu Hurprfoe aiufegivt would Seem God. There was a great subject un- without oompenbatlon;for the donors that generations of. time der d iscuasion their public the salvation of the of special premiums citizens. must elapse before a proper underby a large proportion of our human family. . Before that spirit and encouragement in a The jsad event occurred at 1 a. m.', standing of the principles embraced whole the council was discussed the problem worthy cause; to his Excellency will be arrived at hainta of the Territory for counthat agitates the workLtoday. The Governor yesterday, , December it) J I$yen to by$ot the witnessed tliosewhd have his intimate 'friends, Vhe were A- growth at the Cfeurcb; tnust fee know- great warfare that will continue till tenance and support; to the Honorawill reign aa King of kings ble the Mayor and City Council of cquainted with the nature of the ledge that there fs.sdmething wender-f- Christ was also discussed there. Satan pro- Salt Lake City for valued favors; to .in it Comgive it such vitality. posed to save every Judge's affliction, his demise was Some human being to the Salt Lake Chamber ofvalua' years act). and for its 'tui unexpected eveni. ? For uearly when twelve or thirteen merce, deenergetic a of and plan coercion, traveling In the State of 1111- - through and manded therefor the glory and honor ble assistance In advertising" thirty years he has been a sufferer nols' as a: missionary ,i I- - remained of opening; the exhibition, as well as God. But Christ the First-bor- n from consumption, , the Immediate overnight in the- vieinity f where spethe plan of sacrifice; He rec- for the loan of some handsome Thomas Ford died and proposedHis cause of his deth being hemorrhage cimens of. Utah's resources; to Prof. and Father's ognized position was berried. 'The neighbors in the of thejungs About two weeks ago From that time the warfare com- Evan Stephens and. his1; talented ' ' locality gave me a recital menced. One-third of the heavenly company of singers," and the The hewas taken with his last attack'of jmhiedlafce of his death and burial. , In the liatre orchestra, undep the direction illness, and Pince then has not been brary of the gciitktman at Whose hostgfoUowed the autocratic and Im- of Prof.WeiheV for iheir delightful Lucifer. The other perious was house waai a I there able to attend ,to anypuhjio.dutie&J stopping at the opening to-- Wra. Nay-tmusic Michael;-an- d followed those . lllinefe. of the State f In who, When he beeame ill,- his wife was history hver it S. Burton, BVi Hampfought for the free agency of ton, Charles carnally I read that man Wells and others, for Briant were and Lucifer alent from home, ' having been looking triumphant, portion of it which alluded to the and his hosts were cast out. . If the hard, work and no pay, and last, but ' called to the, bedside of her dying scenes at Nauvoo, and' the martyr-and upright are falsely accused,' in 'nowise: least, to the press of the at MailUon, Wisoonsixu. Af-t- rdoni of the Prophet and Patriarch in pure mother is ' because it Satan continues his war- -' Territory for their, valuable help, her mother's funeral," 'Mrs. varraage jai. r in 4cjoeing up tnc fane as he commenced it, and will columns of smoe, courteous treat rewriter these the made 'Chapter started homeward, reaching "prngue tinue It till he is overcome bv ment and intelligent advocacy. marks: "Let no one imarine that mere- on pawrdayf tr.;, and-!Tse board is unaoie-1- determine .ffhrt ot deadthe because week later ehe was called rk muirti OIormonlsnTis the exact, effect which this exhiare There' who millions, rjerhans. the departnre of her behoved pijosepji Smith and J Hy rum been made to believe that the bition may have had on the welfare band. JWmith. iPerchance It may be that have f Latter-da-y Saints are a wicked peo- of the people of the Territory, but it J udxe Spnurue was borrf in Con those who read: thin velume will live were many who is inclined to theOfbelief that it has necticut in 1833, and had just passed to see the tlme when Palmyra, in ple, just as there the means exciting an inwere they thought doing God's ser- been ew in Far York, 3 Ohio, h fifty-fitKirtland, his . terest in Territorial productions year. After graduat- -j vice slew followers of when the they and in in West, Missouri, Nauvoo, ing from college he, came west to Jesus Christ. The Gospel is a perfect which will be abundantly felt for Illinois, shall become holVplaces, to law of the in he where engaged Wisconsin, and the struggle is good during the coming year; that ' of law; He was married there, be yet .visited by the thousands of upon thisliberty, Fthas measurablyimpeUed the manu etudy ' on basis, seeking to mainand tain the free and when the war broke out enlisted followers of the facturer to make oetter articles of mankind and fuageney some . . . it be that V 111 may ..I MJ perchance I UUU f other the principle of coercion. the artisan to do finer- work, the yi. ture historian" will record, that." the - cate In health, but the dauntlees farmer to raise better- crops,", the Thomas Ford, governor of Jllinois, The awful scenes enacted by the In- breeder to Improve his live, stock, Charles spirit wun wnicn ne was possegBeu. was the. Pontius IX, Nero, quisition, by by In Pilate the history were to have so stimuand his remarkable presence of minu . the Cower that and in many ways .work of the and calmness during the exciting and career of Joseph Smith." ' the lated and promoted the cause of Is coercion. advocates That tnis history published power that has ever scenes of the battlefield, are testified iteaaing as to insure the suc- brought carnage homeofindustry . to a century afterwards,. was I by the 8 3 who witnessed his cool- -, half fairs future sorrow and, encourage and those men.. But among nesa 'and bravery at,. Corinth,at struck with alnlbst the; commencing who follow Jesus Latterthe are people in building up a healthy free. The f of one In line the of ,tbe "chapters i ' luka, at Vicksburg,- and manf -day Saints are he freest of prosperity. i other liattlos of fesser masniitwle' in- bUiory; pt ) Joseph South, recently earth's people ivve aiHO take this occasion w state J today, t They are states the writer the great civil war. In 1861 he published, wherein dominated by-..- priestcraft that preparations have, already be1 started Thomas Ford was the Pontius not jare in his career in. the army .as that cast out by the world, and gun for the Territorial fail of 4889. . They In Pilate career and the history adjutant of the Kighth Wiscons'ln,' of are the elements character- - It is confidently hoped and expected them in a Here was Joseph Smith. the famous ."Eagje Volunteers free and independent peo- that this exhibition , will show a istio a of the man. not connectel with' after nearly two years?. Xiatter-daRegiment;" was are ' v many even in this wholesome growth In all the mater? ftninta: iim traa 'a ple. There rnaae atlj ut 4 ervice tie who believe mat the Presi- ial interests of. the Territory. ,1 ne Lpian who luul'in his. Weakness, in nation our Church is responsible to premium Ust will be publlsned. and of thedivis f ui cQwuoiTO) am m ni imoeeinty dent ofwhile "later acUutant-generall are responsible to distributed in early spring,, so that ion. lie was next mwle- colonel oft lkwed the spirit of the prophets to none, This is wrong; for the founda- ample time will be given to all to him. moment. flow for him Fortv-econa through Wisconsiri. and the exhibits.. ..With view government Is Srepare theirexhibition leThe recort qj, those who have op- tion of the Church as, complete the consent of .during the lasfew mdhths ? thfe1 .posed of the the the principle the warnSaints should be a war was in command of the ppst at of reflex a mdustrialand agrithe are There three things ing to thdse who place themselves governed. Cairo, Illinois. as of condition the cultural Territory office in the for necessary holding After the close of the Ttetellon he in a similarklposition today. It corres' board invites the thenomination Church: possible, First by them what the engaged in practice 'as' an" attorneyr harvest will srarn. from, the proper authority; second, the con- pondence and suggestionsartisans be; for truly the word sent In the spring- of 1874, and farmers, manufacturers, of to sustain the that people is Lord the fulfilled that of .the . Utah. He served as Assistant. all who are interested In the welfare W ' ordination the third, officer; lifted Zion shall i -that hand against United States Atterney in 1tah MAPriesthood, or the au- of Utah. Such correspondence may Van mot trosperwblle the hand that is power ofof,the ' der Sumner Howard and God. There Is no man be addressed to Heber M. Wells, defebse m thority raised heri shall grow who is not Zile. In 1378 he. was made clerk of to the courts Secretary, City Hall, Salt Lake subservient and lnereae in all that is good. the Supreme Court of Utah, which : him of the Church. by conCity, and will be distributed for Those are who ., rxtition.he filled at tlie time of his keeping in their' t Wo. refer-t- o to our territorial the, proper govdepartments are hjMkSts the; spirit of,tne Upspel death. He was one of tfxd attoraXfys" f;' ernment as , one which we dislike: sideration.., fof the Crescentf Alining QompoByj ready ior. fveryj good work. They we have no choice in its principal for the1 future were The prospects are of the in the, truth; walking light and on a number or owasions iias while encouraging to the. so " those Wlfr ar walking In the officers; it is a system of govern- nevermore been appointed by the courts to hear the at than consent ment of without the ciety present, and, withboard the darkness doubts rand shadow have cases a a referee. The last orie of - do the of people-- the. Wenot believe In governed. to fears. and But Saint faithful the most thUt.chiss, anj the important, such a ' government. There Js not feels that it can" accomplish , a vast .. Vr1 wasWs appointment as ExamlnerTf a line in the Constitution that justi- amount of good to the Territory. or tne boaru or directors to take the testimony in nivn o tuij nvu vuv ivcwm v uv fies it, from the beginning order to the By work which God has set Jiis band and the Church property. end. There is not a breath of the of the Deseret .Agricultural tin ' . , I n all his associations in Utah, as Society, God in the which of Manufacturing it Justifies Spirit met from been riave. well as before- he came here.' his joum" it. "WINDER. people of the territory the outset. But is hot that natural? least;-an- to the .course has been dignified, President. ' to as be free we to Could . ought this work great, expect 4iouand peacefiil. All persons who be M. Wkiojs,'; Hkbeb as a of , State. the people They without '" accompiilMd opposition believe that i after had Jo, deal withJtOia fell that h Secretary. r shall have they we consider antf when pecHJCutiori, was hat one ure's ef t noblemen, finq borne and it been misrepresented . THB FIKAJSOlAh OONDITION. In his convictions of duty, , gentle Jthelsuifefinj and agciny that have patiently, after tbey shall have been and courteous in all tils aotions, and edwayk teeti the prico of the estab- cat theof of the The report Sectary subinto the pit and sold Into bondlishment of a .true principle? But . ever ready to do an act of kigfdnesak: that God will deliver them and D. A. and M. Society, recentlyboard association with for tlie providence ojQod the work age, From an intimate to and namitted approved by the them the saviors of the ' him in his official capacity, w can would indeed have soon passed make follows: as show's of been not are as has We tion. directors, aliens, over been But hand His has . away. ' speaR of him as a cultivated, gentle-but we are AmerBeeeipU during yar. ft, the salvation of our Dord has misrepresented, man, one 'of the" hornorable men-- of been'manlfested.and . God. has made us citizens. 90 ican Trom the Saints have ppropritK...JiO,000 tfOl'Tin ponnw the earth. vi free not only in . the freedom latere 1M 70 ted bf Traaaarar hbi There are in this part of the coun come out of difficulty- - unscathed of la to dein but free the the Gospel, BTOJBiaBM by reminded cash am n this connection I fpecUl trv no relatives' of Judirortairoe ....... and Sv oa clUscas ...... by of an incident which I had related claration of human righto; nwnt h lu 1mmni!lnt . f imi ia adrertiainr our tpaea and when brethren the , 8laof and 1 bye, " SU SO m,e wife and four children, two WnsTarid regard to one of our young nation understand us better, they Ezpoaittoa Bailaia...... KS M Ufa meiberr two daughters. With them we con brothers laboring In the State of! will did those as us receive iU SO Aaaaal aMnbaralupa gladly dole in the' loss of an excellent and Iowa as a traveling missionary some who sold their brother . to ef lair admuaioa General into Egypt. i kind husband; and r father. The years ago. There are a great many ia8H.........................T speed the time when every ta oe located Along" the Missouri May God woman Beats. funeral service ."will te" lieIdVto- be understood shall and man Kan-saIowa, Kiver,thrjugh 12 JCew? At ...... v.. 125,804 so fear's, tiiy. j jm .Total receipt. are, and then the kingdom nn4 Nelaska;who once had a as they will ' 'o'clock, noon, at the 'faniHy resi- name wmtr. IMbvrtemaU not be looked God of during with upon and standing In the midst, of de nee on Centre Street, .Nineteenth W S19,839 EzBoalUoa Bnildiag Aeeoont and dread; hatred, jealousy ....... i.w Ward. They have envy, t the Latter-da- ythe Sainted and jTamlaaaa. .....r.. beats heart Christian but that every 1868.... no are H 1A ot of fair KxpenM stopped by wayside will welcome the coml'H US General exoenaes r.r V'Home Sweets,-longerlikassociated with those who are for freedom 61 ' ToUd diabaraeraenta...2S,lM whose right It ia to alive the work. In a neighbor- ing. of Him 1,M7 W r at Balaaee im Trsuirr Dm. IS. 188. ; .'". ' IkMUtrn. Tlirough John A; Upward, Ksrf; hood eompoeed principally of this reign.-; anthem the choir The sang :; M t we wire ui iancy clat-- of people the young Elder W&S premlms re'jveuaimies hia voice In proclamation of WUIaahepaards watch their locks by aijrbfc-- leeonntsBpsid I.OtKt 09 Richard Klatttaa. architect at ffiercahdyJr8"11? candies manufactured - m ana uig.uonu...,' roan LJkaa iie train at a meeunir convenea ax faetorv of H. A.TucketL'of the Elev. one BOO 00 by Counselor Daniel: ABan ppropriAtion to Secretary........ of the district schoolhousea. H.Benedlctkm Wells. Balaaee....... J imn . ruin ui U9 vi U4uuvjr, I While so, engaged, one man who evi S2.M7.89 Total liK', .........j varieties, attractive and varied In dently ieit that the JUder was a litform and exquisite in flavor. In tle forcible rose in his place and, inAbont th Letter Boxes.'.;, him, stated to him and ' Arrangements have not' yet been ant ' ik hniiu) Drdiiiii tliih thiTi DM: terrupting to the congregation"My father was for funeral the Cappf completed devoid The of Nauvoo. following note from tho post in raat'jriaJ'. oeomposod ' pure jtteaijaew the Prophet tain Jbab Lawrence, whose death master is Jn.' reference to a subjecttju 'of poisonou-s-- etuflk iwhiefj , jnaara. Jeaenhtanet tUrigbaan and Young, caused much 'sickness among the Twelve, and my father heard occurred at 9.40 on Friday evening. which the public should take ari InThey shouki therefore.be pre- -' the Prophet Joseph say that if ever He. was in the fifty-fift- h year of his terest, and should aid in protecting ferre J to imported goods in the same Brighara Young led the Church he .' For nearly twenty years he mail matter from' being interfered lineA Miiioh are freiuent!y open to would lead It to helL" . The young age.been in has :, . T. i tlie siisnickjn ofPonLilnlnsr deieter mining business with: ' , engaged exhad ,., tnart7 rmd.'not very much sucwas he which in in Utah, . ioua ineredlente. i- 'i r" perience, hnd of course felt a little cessful. His record in quite comUnited Post Bait Lake States the Office, ' " perplexed by a remark of this kind munity is that of a generous, , Dee. 29th, 1888. :'' f ; Utah, City, In He hesitated a moment, public. man. who will be long re- 41t is customary elsewhere in places Comin Social. ETent . and then gave his reply in this wise: membered ' for his kind deeds. Dur- of this size and larger to place news f f 1 was in Nauvoo myself; I us sfq wo pards which are "J. never the past years bis health papers, packages, etc., on the top or ing 1 niet the "rophet Joseph; do has been poor,five he has' traveled letter boxes, or about the posts to be and fcignificant of twolmur eyonti. They eter otknow"wliether he over made extensively on both continents in the. collected by the carriers, tell of the apjjroaching marriage of such a remark er not; I have heard hope of two of the daughters of Mrs. William that he did; but whether or not be being benefited. He returnreported at this office "It has been to this city about two months ago, ' such matter has been interfered that , Emma JU, and. Miss did make, it, it was ail true that ed Jenbifigs-Mi- c his condition physical unimproved. with. As this Interference could ' 'May'e tV The fortunate Young led the Church, He leaves a wife and prpeetive Jlrtgfcam led It down into hell and out on Mrs. lie only come from children or the hoodM. of C. Fox, this city. , nossessor or. JJllss xeimaaa a bnue the other side, and lum element, I will be, much obliged that you people John K. Car- we find here are the charred bones . is our if through your columns you would , '. Police Items. of Logan, editor of the that could not stand the fire as it lisle, request parents to caution the forUtah Journal, and tlie gentleman to went by, and were left by the way-sidmer, and the police to look after the & towas Hansen Leonard fined wltom Miss Maye will soon tand ia, latter. ,, h,--Ho" we find the same relation is J. 1 Farlow, today in the fires of day, for having been drunk. state "You will that further please as they rage about the Thomas Kimball was brought In the postal laws and regulations pun sl., of thb city, connected with Ersecution Saints. are those There Pitts the Godbe Ilrog tSdnipauy., . , on Saturday night, drunk,, and the ish by a una or not more than 50 w, These two gentlemen are tolwcon who cannot stand the fire, and as a of larceny booked against or by imprisonment of not more than afligratulated resjieetively their x result w find them stopping by the charge' years, for; such Interferences him. He had taken an overcoat three anced "betog uoth younjg hulitm way side, all along back in the hiswith mail matters. amiable disjiositlon, Ircsidts. tory of the Church; but I ask you from a dummy in front of a clothing The police authorities are ex personal attractions; has it paid them to do so? Has It store. he said he was so pected and requested to assist In the A 8 the princiimls connected with paid them to stop and allow this drunk Today that he did' not know what detection and punishment of' such this social event . have our best work to go on without them? Ood . '"'V wishes for their prosperity and hap- rules ami will continue so to do, he was doing, though be had no In- offense. Beretfu11v, be and will is ' to steal the garment. His ' "C. B. Bakkatt$ Pwstnvaster." justified in all His tention piness. The wedding reception to be held at the Devereux, House, works. . In the commencement of ease was postponed for further 'Innew tlie residence of, thaTUK)ther of the 4le yeaf Jet us see if we are vestigation. 11 'brides, on Wedw-hdajRichard Williams and James firmly plant J on he rock of Truth Jaa,0tlij , BQd.ara Case. Tie...EEsttrrlement narrow way that Stephens were arrested lat eight t leads back to ur Father's presence, for having been drunk. They left On Saturday night, George D. Xogales," A. T., Dec. 27. L. W. or whether we are' neglectful of our $10 each for their appearance for SchelL of this city was arrested on . Mix, who has just returned from St. duties and are walking in danger. trial. Helena, Sonora, states that two There is safety only in the path of . Michael Kelly had his trial today a charge of embejaJeraent, made by e severe shocks of earthquake vteited duty. schemes will not for Patrick 'Hays on 'the-- M.R. WiJliairw." Mr. Bthell is ao that place about three'clock on bring salvation. But the principles headhitting with a boot. He was n nea $53 cused of haviti-..- ombezzlcd, the pro the morning of the 21st, Inst. A 0 the fJosftel, have been restored for the battery, and in default of the ceeds of a $"i?wt). iif!?;. jlumljef of adolo houses we're leveled with the authority to act in Its of Mr. WilliamsV The prclimioary money was sent to jail for 19 fay. to the ground, bat no lives were obedience to those prinand Pony Anderson and Samnel (J rice, exami nation was but Tor tmfoy, belost. It Is thought that the earth-- . ciples will lead men to eternal life. who stole two seta of buggy harness fore Commissioner but was much more sevens at the The peculiar condition in which from Chas. Pomeroy, are now serv- owing to the absence Worrell, of Dr. Alma ? quake of whitH was are bhould the human be out a of t.jwu an sentence a Bayiape; three months' who is case totally ing " Dunford, witness, the destroyed by an 'earthquake a litte evidence to family them that the; time has imprisonment and (275 fine. This wss postponed tia alonruiy, Jan.' 7, over a vear avn. come forlhe 11 of truth for .will one establishment, 0 keep them in Jail year. at a. m. :DESERET EVENING: KKWS siaviciis. SUNDAY - i ; - - On n Saturday evening the real Highest price paid for all kinds of estate inen , held a meeting at which produce at C. B. Durst's. - Notations committee was appointed to Inves- from the country responded promptly a C. ii. Dubst. j tigate the feasibility of constructing to. arailroad to Los Angeles, CaL , BNami aeiif Manufacturer of Fine Havana Cl-- . s 1: f ftr Gnxarr la Taala. Dae. It, ex-ts- ekmtC 171 Ut t kM. Hooxxtt. Alptnatruh Oeaatr, a Chnatmaa aifht, aaa rraaaaaaa Hodaett; bora la Aabroaca, Torkahir. Xaclaaa, Bhadias aC.t,18U;eaaMte0takfaaUSS. (mil the faith the Geape ICoav -- -- Ai ifhyhi Apply to ' F. W.W.Ritkk, Liver Regulator, a medicine that of my little girl by a prompt use of Dr. Acker's English Bemedy for Consumption." Mrs. Wjc V. Habrxman, New York. f. ami ay X. C X. I. ar ' No monopoly at People's Equitable Co-oIt is the people's store, they receiving part of ,its profits. , -- , - or la-bo-ro: , two-thir- , ds or - er - uc - a 0, - ..- - alain.-Prophet- ; -- -- - - ' , - ',, ..Etc. . - - d . he-came- E P-l- ;:- -fc . ?lm- the-isuft.fe- . T' 1 K : ''I' ; govern-themselve- s . . " - two-thir- - -- . - 1 e : Jlii-sour- s, i, ds bi. - - chil-.tlre- n. - urc BOOK ' v JOS. - 'V-." ST OpaoalU Temple.. -- ST., VS . KSTRAY KOT1CK. avb IX irr rossxssiovt ne brirm hone I year old. bald face, t white lege, thread reaeaihUaa, LM on left thigh. eoatt-'ewad aalal be If damaf dM of sot paid withid flrteea days from hirheat tbii aoties. he will b Mid to the tra7 poamd, at eefei hteder at SprinsvUle o'olock p. m.i Jaaaarr 7th.lV Oe., Dated at Sprinavilla Treeaaet, Utah ' r 1S8S. Wat. MEITOBKKAIX, ' ' COLT. - ; r a "rr.,TT rreetaea reaadheeaen ESTBAY, HOT1CB. J ;i BtT PUSSSSSIOS; BAVK ' . eaah bidder, at the eetray ponad, at S o'olock, p. m., ea the S6th da of December, 1888. Precinct, Tooele Co-- , Utah, late3 at Milt , of December, 1S8S. this 11th day w, s WIUJAM HAMMOWD, ' Preeiaet. said ?ooadkoeper ot . . gSTBAY KOTICK. ih XT roesKsaioNr BAVii j - ; One.bay mar COLT, 1 Tears .old ia the . ' oft left-hip- . prtg, branded ' If 'the abeVe deaeribed aaimal ia ae elaiated aad taken away withra ) day from date, it will be aold at the eatray, Coaaty.Thara-daypound at Cake Viaw, Tooele Srd, Iht, at 1 o'clock p. m. Jaaamry B. SMITH, . v JOHN " ' U i Poaadkeeper. ' . Lake View, Tooele Oe Dec. u, isw. - tlSTBJLT Koncm. or mt roesxasicar. jOne bay MASK, S ear S rears old. black sane and tail; ao braoda visible. shoot 9 One bald faced red years old, white 'aader belly aad tip af tall, oa left ahonJdcr. bread leanabling ' aa eald aaiaali be eoeU If damire and act paid within U days from date of this eaah notice, they will be aold to the fclctteatPleasbidder, at the eatray poaad. Mount SUt a.av oa 10 the o'clock at ant, day of lStf). January, ..(,.,.,;..(. Pteaaant Dated at Mount Precinct, Baa. pete Co., Utah, thia Hta aay oc veeeaaoer. - airi j ti-.- loin. LAUBTTZ LASS EX. , . roaadkeeper. of said Preeiaet . ,J . - - Man-mad- -- - the-propert- y ordi-tiance- s, . r THE "PUTNAM NAIIa. bee thai ronr horae la ahod'wtta thia nail, end arou all rlaka. , IU ODUIBS II I3S5 IA1LS. tamplae aent free by auul, by addreeata Putnam Nail Co., Bargains! B0STOK, MAiS. P. 0. Address, Hepcnset, Mass. roraale by SO. O. 2MC. X. M u Oar Entire Stock ot ladies', Hisses .and Children's Qoaks and Wraps of Erery Description has been narked v- - down to Bare Cost and raanj garments nrancb aloraa. ..Eupepsy.-.- . .' HAT ,F PRICE ! REDUCED TO . '' S 1--2 1- -2 - .. , - - . : jllls A L f"'H. or lot of Wool Feaolnatore at 40o. Chlldren'e Tarn O'Shester and Toboggan Cape at Coat. I Lot Of Children's Blaok.Wool Hoee, all elzee: at 2 So a pair; worth 40o. I Lot Children' Black Wool Nose, 3 pair for Sl.00: fully worth 50o A . Ladies Black wool Hoee at 25e and 300; reduoed from 33e and 40c. Rmtnrf hn PnMot. Conlis.1.Tr , Jx- - ...r. Lae4 frrWiiy AiystaMlaa tTCYUM . xawnrm 0OVL'ariIr??T! 70, MAIN STREET. NO. J - .. r - a e Eye 'V'. ewnd BanTW i,-;- ' ' ' ataekleai'a Jb Durable Goods Made from the Best of Stock, Call aad Kxaanlae Oeoda avad Prieee aad Tow are Bare to Bay. ala-a- . at a very low price, should eomespond with i'rovo's Grocer. J. R. lioehard: he can elve you joss J?t you want. . ' NO:- w68caxbtMAI1T ST. "Cd a rtiix una or .4- - '; GROCERIES and FAMILY SUPPLIES, .Candies, Confectionery & Holiday Goods. J SOX.0303lT BROSJIltfilKI STIEET- - j. Bare raeTe4 tAelr eaUre llae of FTJBjriTURK, WALL PAPRB, WINDOW SHADES, KTO., to 82 SOUTH. MAIN BTBEKT, OPPOSITE Z. O. NBVK ; &: L. 8. HILLS, , I. GRAE FEN BERG CHILD. GHttDRLYS -- a -' a a jr. n,PuiL' nwin( Ba f ar-- lr J I H III & I . 2 e w ejAMUFACTURERS, AFEIC1B. -- 4 rm r sill cr S Salt Lake City, Utah Early BreaRTdtit" r txaifl 'j.eatiie , put ep taeei, 1 in giving the remedy, for a nee. L liirnT, tains no iniuri'ms t teer'r. Lake fckld by Z. C. M. I. Dru5 Dept. tt I rrm'a V---) M i.t, Trxtn, C..n.(. jtti.n.ft. 6 lliK?nI" u. rh'tiiunt en U'lit't.. Swift tn, hm- - ', (.( my i .tn : trowi.i-- m ... Wul Ii.r .fnmr. W w Imt ii, out ho' i .f cur1.,e hiu '.yu l.t. yr 4 f abont timl.H laaU4.i'i' i 1..),. i I itxlt-rli- il t. t n- -. 1 cii..i''t. I,,,.,. M , cl.ua fc.f iB..i).. wr. n) I In Ih. .rMvHtnaniii'iid m ,., . ,,n.nt H. ft., f H. Htuio. .nti, ,j, mmuvm. aod iwiu&uuut Riot lin, Wo, Ju!r j. i"Tiva Bw't Siciile (., Aiiaiit,, i,,. 7, (i!W)..ni tnir l"1 rlrl 1,i.i, ti'wa uMioM hrx,k9 wli h V . t, II., pm.'ili.itona . f rom wvpi l.ut wMiw-u- t ar - i iiiM.fl tri.-i- i l v .diwi.r, h a a.. .i..i i ajwia tun on. u;t. I. Ha-- t rut, I'T ,l . u il.n ,h fwli .. . m o,,(l((.t(,v lmlr cnnml, hmm a frl nn.i y.f t...r . I.jiv v u ( ,,i ,g f tUI. .UiU.U.I.U I.ll.. H. T. fiMiurfl. lu.ijfc.Uuil,, FT. flTT.--v, i- ., Jn. fnwn , 3 f 1'- - la ., Tho .tid f. i..t.n. ma i,l wl.i tt.i.i.i.1 aouii lit ft r1 j .in,n m" . . or nxc ,i In 1,1. wnl r.f f ..... i,v lii. piiiii. I iwvi,, trPLiti.ll a. ivnr, fuilr b''ii t..cl .. tJ. .i in. lo fci.(rt.jir on m? Vl. lrin Kt miliHi! lurrw..1 loU ti r a tt. :l r..''. o t MM Ml' r. I .dvi..l r.iiiiM.iT tr, tuiilna ItI1' 1 ltTi.r..v. ii.,, ir ,.; r ni"t Bt tuvK '. ... i t fu.rurM, .,,,) iuioii JKvi,..t iar 1.r i.,,... t"H of n r t,,,,,),,. vr. ouwt.lx n. fur .!..n f I. ..H. i..f I ,,wi. i..f twli.l, r.rni, .,, Oltr fi... i. fur. filltrt .r Una ,;..,.,..... i i lii.o auiToroa . i i. v i 1 tfc.f.n l.,.,,.i I -- I 1 tiri-nsr- M t. 1 t. v - ii I 1":.'-- K -i i . . GiWaf 4.- T ii Qc I. a d vV) . hjxoiiV.. Afi. r .t,. ymir rr-- l biUmi tiu n .11 I. and . n j,,. i,..,,,. and permit them to hang on per sistently ail winter, weakening tne lungs and paving the way for catarrh, chronic bronchitis, or consumption. No one can afford to neglect a cold. A Single bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Itemedy win and costs cure the most severe cold, but 50 cts. Sold by Z. C. M. I. Drug Dept. .. "fcri tv s c. M.i linf-turand ..n... 3 contract severe daatr it con eii "t GOD13I2 PITTfJ DRUG CO., alm: and riecond Koutb. t ronrtr in nirh tha ainu a.ivi lrnl rrndni 'irtor a murri.'ira Ip.xIIt irrf urmed. i u tli hn. rvn l'niit at una Jipra ill!.- - a arl jr .f lirrn.r. of apimT to form, will de nhirh l"rojle Ct-twrll llidiikfltr of. Tt'O law alio requlrea that Um tTrtn pfirrorniinir Ih rrrf ninnr rrtnrn Willi the lirenta, wuhia tlilrtr 1nv fM Ibe orrr bt. awa nn-tur- e m.rri.ro. a rrli-j.- i and rounu'miyni'd br two or mora 'tn"Ma rrecnt at ine wrrmnnr ilnimi ha dnto and )ilf of the marrliure. I h frtlllrjili-.-If. .muil.la f"r pl )arr a rlril ofllnaw tar of mmm feo rmri-Of an tn hud at thia office In any tiuanlity, and ITo-!- )( I IrrKf niiflit lo kvn aome'of them on han't al.n, n lht if iifnuiirf tl.rr isnuld on rpiTina for a Hnm.r. "PPT " a rprnil. lir n- - vHitper. jii. .In. In tha po.ii..ni ,.f iha pm.n vr ho l. n tiiucittiv in .n orir) in( mm rprantony not ' Ir, c..e tfU e ( e ni m the Union Pacific Company. C. lu. WAKTXAJrn, agent: office corner I8AAOM iBDTaOai OATARXn DR.'Bemedy will cure Paina In the bead, at People's Equitable Everything f Us, Dixzineaa and Riprtn. Buaalne nrst-cias- s, co-o- p. LI Sonadt and Roarltif Koueeln the except prices. eerated Sore Kyea, Dry, Harkiax ( otirha, Aathma, Broncbitla and all fcronchial Via eaaee. aad even proaoaaeed CMNnMwa. The dry, cold weather of th early U taken la eoclunetien with Ionic kilter is productive of a and English Kemedy it will remove all winter months Couching ia Conmmptlve peraena In two freat deal of croup among children, week and will chance it in one week. If should be on the look out the patient cannot lie down la bed tt will for it and be prepared to arrest it ; , accomplish thereauit. as soon as the first symptoms InterTaale JBitlera ffieald be takeawill re pear. True croup never comes with catarrh Kennedy; they nally more ail potaoaoua mueoaa from ail parta of out warninsr; a aay or two tt;-:rthe body aad cleance the blood from ail the attack the child become boarx in the cireiation; wttl remere corrtiption ail (.rarel from tha hVeku aad Kidners, and that evrnptom is soon ful towed and aymptoaaa el bv a peculiar rousrh couah. If w leml.rr : Cough Remedy, is eomblned' wia ChiunberLin's aiso, t jthalusf the three .. Eoc.n as Una hoarsen'- - t r and tuwi.y cure kidacfa wuh coucih arrears, ail darfrcr liahtM. UliTbaUi:nsecrt u- im . ull out aj ferr SQxicty r :.iy avoided; ii 1 twe never failed, even la the tno-- t wr.it for drcti'ra, .I aend lJiea cent iinp fur aerlee. iireuttoaa ea each severe casee. There I no d a ti.nrrmK (.run l.nid the frlory nf ha lrlKie t .nrl of the W d eel re ta thank the orople of Utah for tbeir kind eunoort la the paat, aad ehall etrlvo to. merit It la tba fatare. COAL! It 00k HnrinrfA. Itsd Canon. Weber and I'leasant V alley. uraer.trom persons St. N.Y. r J-- ty SO wan. rm e--V "3 rJ4 Ill Chambers nhn mi iWi 5 rhlltlreea, Hot t la. GRAEFENBERG CO. 1T , Her per litvly-rnnrlp- J. B. TAKLOW, w Beat Medlclaie pAMtEI ' HAUeUOS S.I4 KKMKa, or TO theMEKT T1IC ItForiRK'HltKTS I crnlorlal law, tiro DIREOTORSi H. DDtWOODIT, vY itis per Bex. Z5 Druggists, S, GODBE PITTS DRUG GO. ' Theao PILLS act with groat mildness, and may bo taken at any. time with bonoflt. They Cure all forms of Malarial Diseases and Fever and should be used to stimu late the Llvor and Kidneys to healthy action. They are Invaluable for Headache. Biliousness and Dowel Com plaints. Soli CUE-TAIH- 50 Elegant Bed Room Sets to ta Sell at Cost CAU l. AND StK US IM OUR NEW QUARTERS. ' COAL! . 1 PIL..LS. 5 . ni - One-ha- AVraUe atuvioAiexrrs,!inTirR,i price en(jr 2te (aottac Good Dr. Ira Lyons has removed to 42 lf block west t of Clift House. MAiry. w- - FllUg Art eineete, an4 ct, u MederVTarnta. Factory . - - i er UIDE, 124 colds during the early winter months - . SOLOMON BROTHERS GMEFENBERu Boot and Shoe and Salesrooms. CO00 t- "We WILD, sell cheaper than any other house in town, and we WILD guarantee all our work. Remember our new address Just south of Clift House, the only Gallery in the city on the "Ground Floor, " and contains the largest lot of accessories necessary for Artistic work. Call on us when you want Fine Photo graphs and the. Cheapest --In Salt Lake .,..',:. Main te I (r lit JJ from worms, ui YrA , BEST FTTTIN0 CORSETt'nt WORLD f OR SALE BY LCA0INQ MCRCHANIS. AtAYTP. STROUSE A CO. rrs.-4- ii Broadway, v. y. yard lengths, st $1.25; worth ; S at SI.65: worth yard lengths, v . ' S2J5. : - 50 dozen Ladies' White Ribbed Balbriggan Jersey Veeti at 63o; reduoed i ' r from Sl.00. . r I lot Ladtes Soarlet and Whits Wool Veets had Pants at -75c; reduoed from Sl.00.' Childron'a flueh Bon note marked dowa to bare eotL A lot ef Ladies' Winter Skirta at 50o and 75c; reduoed from 75o and Sl.00. The entire line of higher priced Winter Skirts reduoed to manufacturers' 50 pair White Nottingham Curtains, In - ' : SI.75.: 50 pair White Nottingham Curtalaa, la ewanwl tin? 1 1 lot Of French all wool Striped Dress Goods at 55c; reduoed from 8S0 and Sl.00. 100 pair Silver Gray Blenkete at 12.25 per ps(r; worth SS.00. 50 pair verv cheloe San. Franoiaoo Mlaaion White 10--4 Blenkete at SS.50: reduoed from S8.00. ;' Higher priced Cslifornia Blenkete msrked down to cost. 50 pair White Nettinohsm CerUias. In 3 yard lengths, st Sl.00: worth A . anNmaarewmdaem. ' TO TES wAa a ( . i; This is what you ought to have; In fact you must have it to fully enjoy lire. Thousands' are searching for It dally, and mourning because they, find it not. Thousands upon thousands of dollars are spent annually by our people, in the hope that they may attain this boon. And yet it may be had by all. We guarantee that Electric Bitters, If used according .to directions, and the use persisted in, will bring you good digestion and oust the demon dyspepsia and install instead eupepsy. We recommend Electric Ureters for dyspepsia and all .diseases of the liver, stomach and kidneys. Sold at 50c and $1 per bottle by A. C. Smith A Co., druggists. vox e avaioask. : ; ...,.. .ivi -- KnU In Hie World tliM ta n.a e FOLf SALE ET Extraordinary enamhmnmnnahnnamwemmamwanannBaaBn - ' . Ilnme-Sho- clipped, or hen red from the point ana nil, will net li ladnvins, la - OF - 11 e.' inhj ed A- - WE OFFER . - - F-sq-., " faaea from tbe hnot aad CO Ola none aa thownju t'igm. 1 ana . The Onlr Hot Torired end tlammer Tolnt . fenow-craftsma- n, , Co.s Drugstore. ' 7Wf r, " Smith fc One yellow, MASK, 10 ev U veaare ed. The Best SXlvk in the world white spot ia forehead and end of aoee, for Cuts, Bruises, Sores. Ulcers, Salt ! ' ' left ihlffcJ , branded Rheum, Fever horcs, letter, Chilblains,- Corns, One brown MAKE, e reara eld, breaded Chapped Hands, E R on rifht thiirta, ahod. Skinand posi Kruptiona, 4KB COLT, no brands vtalMe. and all OaebayM One blue MARS COLT, no brand vletble. tively cures Piles, or no pay re la If da in re and coats ea aaid animal be quired. It guaranteed to give not paid within la daya from date of thia KatiKTacuon or , money rerunued. notice, tbey will be aold to the highest eaah 25 cents per box. bidder, at West Jordan eatrBT pound, at 10 Price Forfsale by A. C. Smith A Co. o'clock on the 4th day of January, lew. . Dated at Wtat Jordan' 4recine, S. L thie 90th day ot Deeember( Utah, County, . 2Sbe'--nt " v t- illie K. A. saTcata, -roaadkeeper of aaid Preeiaet Deairine Fine Winter Apnles. free . -, . ,. -- ng A Beaatp of "Pape Saves Her IAfe. It was just an ordinary scrap of wrapping paper, but it saved her life. She was in the last stages of consumption, told by physicians that she was Incurable, and could live only a short time; she weighed less than seventy pounds. On a piece of wrapping paper she read of Dr. King's New Discovery, and got a sample bottle: it helped her and ehe bought a bottle, it helped her more, bought another and grew better fast, continued its use and is now strong, healthy, rosy, plump, weighing' 140 pounds,to for fuller particulars send W. II. Cole. Fort stamp Smith. Trial Bottles Druggist of this wonderful Discovery Free at A. C. West, Srd South, ESTBAY WOnCSV. ur mt possEssioar: j- aavx Ik-for- poses-Ing-charmi- $1. , a ' r . step-daughte- SeSOcw, Y' .'. A. 7&e.eV JAITTJAHY CLE AEHTG SALE j, - One black mare KUI8,tr aot kaewa, ad ,braa Ml legible, collar ana aaddte awrk baa fonr new shoes oa. v , coarf ba sakf aaimal be had damM If not paid within fifteen days from date Of thia notice, It will be sold to the hiffheat open-heart- ed 1 : . . ' - . Tt The above drawlne; waa made from a nalL hnwinir the laminalinn of Iron w the eote Boiled and bbeartug proceaa. -- H. FABEt,' west, soirra timpu ;'" "'A n and annul. arm or IOISOH. nvroavr ;. - . T TJ . . -:- -- ; .... - s S A. GOHN la. - ! - - . , ' A A POPULAR PSICES. e. ' - . TaJtelta-Tlan- . ; d OBAND MATIIVEE -- ,4, - : f Co-o- p. Ufe."-WAi.TE- eer-aily-a- Uu - . by Dr. Acker's English for Consumption. Bemedy First a cold, .then a cough,' theh B. C M. 1. Draf. Dent. ' ' . .. t consumption, then death. ."I took Dr. rAcker's-- i English Bemedy for Terr Ihle .Fefewaralnga, Consumption the moment I , began Cough in the morning, hurried or to cough, and I believe it saved my dim cult breathing, raising phlegm, 2sT. B WashWaijuack, ' T .. tightness in the chest, quickened ington. , pulse, chilliness in the evening or sweats at night, all or any of these things are the first stages of consumpDr. Walter K. Hammond sayc tion. Dr. Acker'a English Bemedy 'After long experience I have for consumption will cure these fearcome to the eofteraaloa that a ful symptoms, and ia sold under ' , j of all the deaths from coughs, potiUct guarantee. conns might m.CM.. Irm- - Pepd. . r 10 Kneamonla andDr. A mutton, ' . if nglkh Pkaks' Soap secures - a beautifu Remedy for Consumy a were only wonIn used This tim. f plexion. carefully derful Bemedy Is sold under a poal- x 11 ve blood is When the Impure, thick, guarantee ry and sluggish, or thin and Impoverished, there can be no health. With these conditions, jdi the functions of e twenty-acr' A skating park, body are impaired, and the resmooth aa glasa.now open to the pub- the sult Is a variety of .' complications. lic. Admission only 10 eta. Just The best remedy Is Ayer's Sarsa-parJlsouth of the corner of Sixth West ... ... , amdRoperSt, , ; dtf , '.. &'..Whooping cough, croup, sore throat, sudden colds, and the long A few select piece of furniture, troubles peculiar to children, are a a. 258 Knabe at Piano, including controlled by promptly ad easily Third East street. dtt ministering Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.' This remedy, is safe to take, certain nouDiT " rmESEXTS i in its action, and adapted to all con stitutions. or wr.nr.it c . al scenery aad real ia tie electa, rot YKew expreaaly for theae prodacUone. checked - . THE- - fJ. WAgaistHer r , "For want of a nail, a shoe was & CUTLER BRO. lost; for want of a shoe, a horse was JOHN C.; lost; Jor want of a horse, a rider was Agents - Provo -Wollen Never neglect small things. lost," v miiis, The first signs of pneumonia and TEMPLE EAST No. 36 ST, consumption cau poeltivety be lV tnt-fce- n- " People's Equitable Our principle Is to divide profits with our patrons. -- 1 Cewtt . ' , ! : Horse's Feet. rOEGIVElT. , -- Blan-ketS- ) . ! H - eelabrated romantic play, f - ul rieeir ! powerful melo drama A Cos. Telephone 175. Office, 153 8. Main. Men's and Boys' Socks,' b " Webtr Ceal , ' me rrO'irOTJiz p. , the-earth- has-beeo- LOOK WELL. THUESD1T ETOIXG, Greene! , be preheated Clay-. rraak Hanrey'i aiaaterpiece, the s , dim We have a car load for our patrons during the Holidays. Q. W. Davis, Agent. ALL W.OOLI Small profits and quick sales at Ladies' ChlldsV Misses and Come People's Equitable Co-o! ' '; ': HOSO. ' '" , ', onej Come all I! - - FRIDAY EVENING, Fbank Footb at p. ainta-ahould- F . .r !. rr , Beet-xebu- JBfe . 1 WUl Vice clean white Oats, Timothy Hay, baled24straw, etc., at Weight A W. Third South Street. Sperry's, : Mr.-Veter- " "I saved the in- creases in rjopularity everv vear. and has become the most popular and best endorsed medicine in the mar ket for the cure of liver or bowel dis eases. 7eiT0rpA, Dubuque, Iowav AUKRRACK A BrO. ' - ', M With their wa excellent tup- porting company, ia twe f ' newplaya. Bllla. - , jOSr-.iiRIS- Co-Agen- stock-takin- : f - Fourth East Street. ;' C. C- Amussen is selling out his Jewehy stock. See his advt. S48 g all our depart Before ments oner tempting- bargains. Monkey trimmed Newmarkets reduced from $27.50 to $18,00; others In proportion. - : - Sncaffement of - Go to - THIRD The DramaUe Xreat of the Seaaoa. the Bock Springs Coal JfeariV all diseases oriirlnate from for Bock Springs, Pleasant Inaction, of the liver, and thia Is Bear Grass River Creek, Valley, case with chills and CoaL and Bed Canon fevers and malintermittent fever, A. trial, is a guarantee of future arial diseases. To save doctors bills patronage. jW.Bi HaltBis, Agent. .nil wrawi rff Ataeam inlrn Klmmnnfil - d.-a- i- for sale, or exchange for city property or land In the 5 or 10 acre plot. 8PECIAX1 NOTICES. THTRSD1T, 'JA"N'.F A RT i,ehnIe-?: Aood Farm in Summit County -- -- ter-da- .iZ'cOMMXSCISQ'- ee I..re, l.r if'y "r,,t ?"' -. TdiHc-.-ilu'l narl.onlr. ".' (L.u, St.New ' k TorkCiy. ; At II in . ( ? Whew you desire a pleasant physic, try 8t- - Patrick's Puis. Sold by Z. C. M. I. Drug Dept. USB, t ' ? , t. : .. hlULUJ ... ",,. I 3In.itfmrot--. TXi TJ. CLAWSON, Xj .. W j ' O ui tytthoM ysauioala. SaxHMl OUMt. ' H wifa sad caUdraa ta Moara kw v : Main-Stree- SLT LAKE THEATRE. - 1 cvt rtprt$ent ..A t- w, THE . P. XT. - I . rlinr, !,., Jkl.uUIH, C., -- ron coal on wood. our "EHE LY BELAKJP.IST i - -- I i r.f .1 oi i .n uH.h Six Hoh a and S. ...V A, ...i .).! r: ' 1 CO., - S3 L 41 E. First South it .... f ir n.i tn if..-- ......in. .. i i.tflilAir. f... St. I '.. OS i K H. a i ll.r- Y'?ST CC'tfLETE STOE CP TKt AGE. FICPtCT f AUt.lU.SS IM K. (!' Iltm A i (". wn 1 i r ET ( ,M tilMsl f i V my r. nj.1 liri-- l c.-.-r- - . ,1 M. f" '