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. SOUTHERN "UTAH TIMES B5.00 YEARLY FRISCO. BI3AVEU CO., UTAH. HATT.TJJDAY .IU LY IS, 1884. VOL. VlIjC KO"S Southern Utah Times. BY GH4RLE8 S.KINdACO. T TIMKS. nhows "npM every S.Varaay nftfrootm. ft is a newsy, mJlafele and Independent hec and in im recocalred MIMXO JOl'It--. If AIj of Ceatral ail Southern (7 tots. office r who i filling one. Th official i courted ami flattered whether he remains nt home or jour-ney alnut the country. He hns in-vitations to aU the fashionable jraih-erinp- , and is an object' of peeii! at tent ions. II is habits of catinjr, drink-it:- ? and mokin. his hours for ri-d-and retiring, the ntyle of his clothing the shape of his whiskers, the temoei of his motlicr-in-la- and the hi-.i-of the sweetheart that jilted him be-fore his eventful career was opened n1"!' all describe:!. It is no jrreat won-der that the su -- ecssful politician al length comes to consider hin-se.- suiiicthing more than a common mor-tal, and to think that he Inn a 'Mtvine right'' to hold oilier. Ncilhcris it rcmarkohlc that .he canics to talk about his place as though it was created for him, or he was called by a power on hijrh to fill it. f POLITICAL SUPKRhTITION. Some ancient crank, while umlf the influence of (rjTMW, V wwMYo pZ&lid ft rm importance to tnMatenu-$- t of baiic pajgsjrinh replete with wisdum, and repeated them over andover, till at length they have poMfj into a proverb. Icrhc.t Spen-cer, who contributes an article t the Popular Science Monthly on 'The Great Political Superstition," makes no msntion of them, but he eiuplo these words iu his introduction : "The great political superstition of the past was the divine right of kings. The great political superstition of the present is the divine right of parlia-ments. The oil of anointing seems uuaware to have dropped from the head of the one on to the heads of the many, and given sacrcdnrss to them also and to their decrees." lie the earlier of these beliefs as irrational, but he thinks it is more consistent than the later one. The first kings were gods, the descendants of a god, or were d. -- In process of time, kings ruled hy the "grace of God." Their divine auhar-it- y caused their subjt t not only to olcy them, but to look upon them with veneration. When men came to elect thoir own rulers, they accorded to them the same attributes they ac-knowledged as formerly inherent in kings. A parliament is regarded as omnipotent. The old ling was a rep-resentative of God. The parliament now stands in his place. It is taken for granted that it can do auything. and whatever it docs A par-- ; Jiament or other legislative body is said to "create rights." The leading object of the paper ot Mr. Spencer is to show the absurdity of this view. The majority in any legislative ns-- J scmbly rules. It has little respset for the minority. If it numbers but one more than the minority, it acts in the same way it would if all the members were in harmony. The old notion ahoui me uivine right of kinp and the modern one concerning the divine riht of leg.shi-tiv- e assemblies aru in harmony with the ideiLs of most persons concerning the men who occupy political osi-tion- s. A person in this country docs not need be elcctd to an important office it is sufficient to be nominated for one by a eoiiTouiiuii of his own packing in order to be an object of veneration. He can hear his name in places where it was never spoken before, and can "see his picture not ouly in newspapers, but iu shop win-dows. He can almost realize the divinity that "doth hed-- e a king." The place of his birth will be visited, written up and illustrated. Every detail in his life, during childhood, boyhood and manhood will be given to an admiring public. It maker little difference in this eon r. try win the ancestors of a man in private iif were, or whether he had any, but al Tare anxiou.i to learn the podigrce uf ; ,j person who U a cuudidaic for ai 4 BC8PKXDKD ANIMATION. After more than four years of rgu-la- r issue in a bed-ridde- n mining camp, the Southern' Utah Timks is going to take a rest. For the next two month the editorial Htafl", fore-man, business manager and our pair of devils will hold forth in the foo-thill, taking a change of diet from salt bacon, hard tack and bull butter, to fresh mountain air. Within that time a change of ruawirernent will be effected and publication resumed. A four year's contest with Moruionwni, hoodluruisni, harryhillism and Utah Central Railroadism, in a region that hasn't population sufficient to fill a small sized country jdmrchynrd, has been for as a hard, close game. The ouly way a newspaper can be run nt a profit in Bearer county is to conduct it upon the "open your mouth and shut your eyes" plan. Bow down to. influence and kick only the poor devil who cannot defend himself. This is not our style of journalism, and w hen it comes to a question between this and self-respec- t, we must pull out and hold to the latter. Many of our citizens Rare kindly volunteered to help us out by raising cash sub-scriptions, but while thanking our .frifojlsfor their proffered aid, we cannot conduct the busing upon any other than a favor-fre- e bisis. All unexpired subscriptions and other indebtedness will be settled in cash, and all monies due to the Southkkx Utah Times will be re-ceipted for by C. S. King. - WEBSTER'S UNABRIDGED. In Shsp, Runj and Turkey Bindings.- - . . iApwLf II - i i . . Biocmphlcal 1 ' 'I' V8 Gov'tDPicrltniotlnraeryO. fW U ld 32.000 copies In Publk School. . 4 , ') i AXiOX Best hfln for HOHOLaW- - 4 P TKACliEKS and SCHOOL. el' Webster Is Standard Authority with the-17- . ftV Hnprnme Court. Reonmmrridod by tho &tat Sop'U ofSchooU In SO Butos. ! "A LIBRARY ITf TtSTlT C TTi latest edition. In the qnantiry of matter'lV M contains, U bettoved to bo Uxe largest volum' 3 pnMifhed. UhMaoomw'WoTdiiMitlnMrlyUirwtlrnM1 . "J tlie number of EngrTinga in cny other Ameri , HI can Dictionary. . 4 niiAtortoIItfl whole fnrail?. & & irmd, t WARMLY INDORSED BY ncU high uthoHtlo n . . ! Ceo. Ttancroft, R. W. Ktnenwn. . J : J.HtnL. Motley, W. . If owelts, r I f,ltO-"aHec- J. O. Holland. . - ai.U. Smart, Mmri T. Fleldsy '" W m. X. liarrla, Kemp 1. Battlo. ' ' ' --"Itallft,nBkTtiiaHn plsre,and tbrf r--T Edition iTinci it iirIy up to dat.M LamMM Tivu, Juw 7K r The Una' It -!, rt s inhaH ad-- ' di'.ionat eol,ri'h a tV-nbl- and timo-nnvi- nfir.n, ..".T,! Frcrlrrl In o. a c. rp3o in a linndmlyrar'." xrr.r.:.;:; i ca.. iubrj, cn-flei- d, it . ' THE UVEQ &iQ lS FJNCTI0N8. jAl IUmrgtnlrTp(io'irbtuj'nrtro.frtdo:inTr'U, 5tn wfld.rftth rt'r-h.--n afmroimm jr eomdf.-BnmpotftU- o li.Uorjyio natt-nl- j tlio irt,-oi,-l it a; Mm .,mt':r.e rm nf tn most lmiortnit. 1 ibrtjnouf blooJ, on li totho hoart, nsr tirouth tlili orr-m- , nnI in It pi aco th liu.;irt-trt,i- also 111 wblcb o as f--r a catb(utlo ton!t fn tti. io .cvaI of ir-- tf rll Ar.arr-oltaiiaa- I'rontlil-.lMtn- n tht th Livar la .o j p-- i'ywn t out of orrtcr to a (rroateror Icm extfC-- , (i tvhen tMi op.rl Is tJiroskli lofnrit to r. ;.--! 7 f ilTil j r::: o of but a.lon-ji- tv frra t:i blood, i a drttr i, nrrylna w:'h It If poUotw of wirb It ihtaH hi?o boon With Inpurn ft r t.viuaiTe Wood th9". VT'lr Vi J J v J Cd.ftndnoorcnncno i 'RT7p HQ tirod,woru Ji CtrV&l i Vr Al 11 cftoPiloa,; !'t TTpnTTrri rr tleadnchc,. ijl 1 lljin i luTfl 3iCk8tom-- i ' 'tut ono ef- - ;M cotnli; t SViiJ gJSij iULDISEA30FTHE?U C I --f f-- ?T I ftinpo ar.d theynjayu J X 1 i 1 if w itcotlia ' f'm. SSSSJif KliDNlYS dirccMy on fuJetnnt'rc. , AfiC t lhtl Llvcrt in iilfof reliTiss nil BCVILS? fetoiaoiS osruxaulT- - Bowels, hBY law :0RUQISTS-(i- ! rcmrlniit --mwijJJ jtrjcoicl'oil, Vftblakind. 1 pniprl n a land If a PRICKLY AS CIT'CRS is medicine of rro morlt, nnd not na it .xirntlrc wndbelnB iur lr rateable I itaconipceito onflrei uwd nt nil tiacs with bonefl rrnutu. tv4 not rl&imnd ns a curo-- Uu t tbo ore M nsTlionnd, It 1 a tVbciWo' i'nf a cfiratioa. Ak yourdra(j-'fft- try. iTrn." WONDEKFUL German Invigorator. Tin: hj::st, citr.AT- - m KSTan-- l l(IT K KM KIY tik f,,r thr rure "f -: and f Q riiv.MiMl hrhilitv, Vital v:. nw, Kail. YJV1 O in- - Mnn-r- v xti l KnfrH.IH YM'K .if ihr Crnirn-l'ri- - CO "?rv ortrana. It tMTlilv SA?-C-C Imputrncp, I'.arlr Df. Ji'SK rav, J.m: f Vigor. SKMl-- (sSv NAL WJ:.KM-.S- au'l atl ) y'vy'A t!l ' ,1' rrt',,,'u "r yniitlifiil fcyjS f follict an I ati'i'r, "t KX-- 3 f.u A W) (K M ATI P. IT Y. Ci'L 11 pcrtnanciif !j prc-Jj)S- T Tt"!H I'n natural jQfnnii ih a lhu-JT(''5- O rn attni w!i' harr rtV. V O ',r'' ,l,f' 'i'",('y in the pant vft?i'a 3; 'Ji'irter f n fcutury which W i before the nuh-- It llH-lcri- l a nntlrr-- vJg 2 r!tl ltoI,,ly th X li.Tvw, the J iiiticli'A, ('hr:kiiigthr wsjiie, f invi 'a:'!ij tin- whole sys-- tem an 1 rtorln the ndlictrd to IIKALTJI r.n I IIAIMMNI-- . Th: Din-Ki- r will a;;ree lo forfeit l. (; firarw midcruken, not cured. Thp so tinny cannot fjet cured 'f WflaVnu ti I ihr Imri- ilisc?eti ifrfm-i-to a roinphc-ation- . KLTATOk-HHK.A- , w.ii. nVMKKVTHfAywM rs i'i;r.'3 spt-ri-- I UfaUt':il) ;:'! ;. v,f fr. Lirl.iS ji JL VJ ATOIt,, O. f, with-ou- prrltltfimttnefrt, in the onlf mmHr HVtatoajrtiwi Hr it Manlifvl i rrsirjfJifjid.Uw hand of time nnfed lHc rW&nWomh. Prke of ctiher lnvlnrator. 'aw if sis bwttle. lu. S nt to any rurely from f)lafrvattmi( Jr. Kicbly; t-- Ci. treat micri'Mfiilly hy llntivpopnthv evrry form of Special, Pri-vate or Chronic ltsrasc witliont triprcury or axerous druy. If viulity dra:ned fr. Mit ;hc hodr, i'it:iProu? diiraxrs follow tli-- .l i.f Ir or f:ti.uy mcdi'-a- trra'.:tiMtt. If allowod to cont'nnr, the ituiutural o i".:r-- 's ('iMiiniptioji, Dinliclfa, !!r: flit's !.'.-?:-, ; ; 1 i : y , Cures tiarantcod. !;si'3""y of the Mi:to-ur:nar- orni. k s, liver and Madder ipffially trtatrd. I!s'ns:: of Tornv:i j'"fdilr ctirtd. 'Jn.-.tifb- ;u;l UosponslMrj Vr. I.i-!- it; A Co.. from Ivjrojie, are oran:n'd in vin;dirH with i a! Medical Iilpl 'Tr.a hy regular col- - er luration, and are now in their nine- - re(i::ii ytur of pcia! practice. iloit po.Turful cliclric he!ts free to patienix. To roTe ihc Wonderful Power of the NVKit lil A 'I i Hi a 5'' bottle Riven or sent free, ('niuliatinit fr.-- e and private. Dr. I.irhi-- 's WoNOK.liKl l.tiKKMAN IN VKi'ULA I'ni: ii proteptel hy copy-right from lat.-ii- t mice of the t'nited Sutet liorcriitornt. Ilcwire of iinitatiuns. I all or a Mres lii:iu; nispKXSAiiv, (Jeary atreej. S211 I'rancisco, Cal. Private ilntrdnp., 4 ." MaioD trfet, four Idoc'cs up fi.-ar- r xirvi from Kearny, Main Kn trail n- through hixpcuiarv Drujr Store. Jau 12 54 iI.'IjOi ..j... . 0. S. CAKVEIi Liverv. hed ."and. Salt IIorMcis, CJufi-lnjjo- s find Saddle 1 Zjit4j. Cfood as the camtry 1 ffords Transp i tat ton to Ioche and Xe vada Camps n Short Notice TKRMS RKASONAIiLK AI SATISI'A(TK): GCAU ANTLIiD. StaMo at ltad of TIJE SATO FE ROUTE TACK THE ONLY SHORT LISfc TIA THK-- UTAH CENTRAL, DENVKK A RIO GRANDE AND! Atchison. Topeka & Santa ff RAILROAD. By 144 Miles the Shortest Rbtefras FRISCO to KANSAS CITY and Points EAST This Route takes the traveler through the grandest scenery on tho Continent. FiiC-cl'tJ-s Eating ITousot n , the Tint of THE NAMA JTE. Tlio Coaches are tobeblj oqttippotH and every convouroiKo p4scod st tlie travelor's disposal. IMMEDIATE CONNECTIOir Made iu the rCimi Cfty ITirioo Depot with , trains for Chicago, St. Louis and hir Esst-or- u CUlts. TAKE7 CrTHE SANTA FE VIA Provo and rubIor and ear 144 miles. ' , P. J. FLTSS, W. F. WTHTF. (icn'l Acrol, Gsd'I Pass. A T'k ifH. .Sail Ukr, L'.T. Toyk, Ksmm. Ja 11 S4 "The Seouic I'm of Aiuotica.M the Hera and I Grande RAILWAY. IN COLORADO, NEW MEXICO AND UTAH, TH NEW SCgXIC BOUTS TO COLORADO AND. ALL EASTERN, NORTHERS AND SOUTHERN poimrs. mm Tbe Atlantic Express Trsia is oomootsd fl'ulliaao P&lass 31tpern, KJfot Day Coscbos and Okssrfauoo Cars art attacatd to all Tm-isor- ir Tra'si throsca tht Qraud CsBjooa of Colorado. Dirset oasuse-tioo- a are mads ot Tatblo and Doovor for slaasas City, Onaha aad ooia Eoot. Pntnnit d Miring to jf Eraat, isaeold avail thsmjolvos of this if aod FAVORITE ROUTE To all the principal --ioioa in tn t'nited MtatM and tanaila. Over 1,600 miles of itaodard aad narrow fiuf iplsn-didl- y oqaippod aad man-art- .. Send for Rates and atrcsJaoo. D. C. DOTKJE, r. C. VIMS, (JouT Manager. Gen. V. A T. Aft. DENVER COL K. A MUDGKTT.G. A. P. Dept. SALT LAKE CITY. ttircnirdiciiiiiK wi'ir-- V-'11- Nl'rv' ToIU' i "?'ifrt5yk--Mw- il"' legitimate twen- - and Physical Mobility. Seminal Weak- - iipjc. Sp.'rinatorrliifa, . li5tntorrI)0a, Kniiition, luipntcncy, Kxhaimfcil Vital-ity. iVelinc an-- l OF MAMKHIH, in all i t compliant Ions, :inl n hatevor faitAC ptMHlvced. h rnrirhrs and jmrifie the hlitod ; Strciiijilirus lliw NerTi, Itra n, Mti5ctss, tij'Li'ii, lleiroiuctirp ran.. ami !hyicjil and Menial 1'apullipa. It stops any unnatural deliilitutiu? drain 11 pun uir syiom, prevnitinp iiiToliuitary lmr, de-bilitating droanit, Itsia with the urine, etc., s destructive t mind and Ih1v. It it a inn clinrnafctr m all KII- -' XK'Y AXI HI.AUniiK I'liAIXTS. It cnutoiui no injurious iii!,'rclieiiiJt. To tlmae uirerinp fmni the .evil nf youthful indiserc-tinn- a nr xresc. n .jeedv. thorough and permanent ( I UK fS il'A KA XTKKH. Priee. fi'.Vi iwr Iwittle. or five lxittlca in ra, with full directions and advice, Jlit. S nt wcurr from observation to any ad-dress upon receipt of pries, or C K). l. To lc Lad only of int. i o. saijti:i.i. 2J0 Kearny Street, Sail FranoUoo. ('(nsultationj itrietlv confidential, by !ctt'-- r or at office, rTtl'.K. I'or the eon-- I veniencptd" patientf, and in order to iiuure perfect secrecy, 1 have adopted a private iiddresn, undr whieli all packages ars for-ward d. TRIAL IIOTTLK FREE, Sufficient t- - show iu merit, will lc sent to any one apphinjr by letter, stating liis symptoin.s and ae. 'ominiinioations strictly confidential. Jaa 13 j Dr. SPIMEY jrooti atl Chroaf ami Dimeoa r no mat n hum uiu ;!ct yooUiiuJ fcJ: j r fJ4o.'fcti. 'vdl W vab vacoioJv o' Mii,--Ui9at- t Kan avw uwJ ai uf auiC humaky X' vPiyytY wH r'a: y&i tor vary e v Km'iial U oikkuoa oHvuie 4:'JV k.u J r Wafo-lo- r wain he undorlaliO and WUoun, There rr tuur are or cky u taw who are KoutJo-- I Ua too trcoo vacH:tiiJi ' " Nair. ofioo rut-mu'Ox- I b sPtt ariMfcSMC hiunvag m.--uu- i a-.- a wAiifiins y i mAiviin ',tul e.-- t aactt IM t (vXiVIHUlMlZ liu OrUlOJ-- y ivWrtttW fyf Wflllltft1 'TI 1l M- - bHMl, (.nutua of mbomw r-- iacKu. wAl .paiw. u coir wal U4 o msluit hOt auiun trWJi? i m-- J u1J Tiiiw ftre vMf Mn O. -- ( itvuiy. Hural winuuh rcaJCNs. lit . w ls xvArnlce b Hirwt r uu at och or.i, md WifUy roaiMOtioo ofU bquUm-viUu- v oSco Moois--M to 4 find to S. Sun-lav- a Uota 1 Ui U A.M. OonsulUitlon Irua. TUirvugii eximiiuAlou attd aavioc. CaW or addios .). spi;et a co , ll auirn toi-S- n Pwuicisoo IN CASH GIVEN AWAY rN.iim Rniokent nt Blarkwll's Gmune B. 4 Bull Durham HiuuSiuk Tobacco vnll ' receive Premiums ai IhIIuwh no JfiiSOO temw ni conditions here iieeined o ist premium. asTooo $.tso 2d " $2,000 oo 3d " Sl,000 4J 22 other Prrniliim as tivrostaown. Jt oO The premiums will oe awarded 22''5 Pecemler 83. 14 lC Premium Lnfl to the from whom we n- - T,! . ccive tlK tanrcft ininiberof our empty 17 tobacco hm prior to Ifr. I. 3d wril JttloO iv1 irivon fortlie next !rtrt-e-st nnnilvr lld lbi order if the number HC 1 i -- h,1H-ln of ein;-t- Iwurs reouived from uacli. Jrltlt1 u the twenty ft v mtceeful coil- - klU tcsuuts. I'eh has nmrt bear wr Siitfl onmnal Bull piirham Iall VI S 'Z stamp, and Cannon Notiee. S7t k Una niimt iw dtnif up seeurt-l- 11: a jK(JO tacltare. with name and addrew of wuder, and niirnlT of hnir eon mm. X Plly marked on the ouiwrte. Jfi-l- t n,,,! mu.it I ip writ eh.trves prei-aul- . to 8.'JO lllnrk-ll- ' lnrlinin Tobnero qtOil 4'n DtiitHAjf. N C i'.v. ry iwauwo ' 'tTtVY pakif h pieiiire if Hull j ltlv boc uar uctt auuouuccuicnt FURNITURE, Baildiog and Itooftug PafoTj "Wall IPa-pen- ?, LrSCt Ciirtaias, Window Sfcad, FATEESf MIBSOfiS; 00 TO II. DINWOODETS' First South St., Salt Lko City. JUTTEUB CONQUERS l EATII I) E A rJ X G MALAK 1A DIKJItOYS A Aftfrbid Appctiti for Stimulants r Dyspepsia bv rci")ving its cause. RESV)IvES Health and Conieuuent Ilappin ! . net. J XOVE CAN AFI OU) TO BE WJTH- - i r OCT IT". i ! TCR SALE BYViNE DEALER? i DIPHTHERIA! IT IS POSITIVELY WOltSK THAN niitnler to allow any ese to prove fatal without irv intr Mr lcliun'j Diphtheria aii'l Kevrr IIiuicmHis ; thtv will iNisitivcJy furc fVfii aftrr all tlsi' fia failrrt. The ; liht!i'-ri- Itemedy alnr i; a sure anil is sure to ntitp the sprrad of Iipi;hcriu. It will rur any sore throat. A simrh- dop will oun mmji. It iwtn j likr uvizr in Whiniing t'ouyh and Aptlimi. For alc hr n!I drui;j;tsts. Oflicc, I 7i.T MU&iiai invt,San I 'ram-- i , 'ali- - ftTuis. fj?rgja RUPTURE ji "flt.f'iiJ Hf rr.tr IB" EltW ! tl SZ&T' T i" H world. Piaav ' nr, X-'- ' "hi "a "MACNtTIC CtASTlC TRUSS C0PY j t )A,':a mli 'LNtiw. fctuj,i r.- -. Cl AOEVrl. llAt- - AKfr.FIWAlJE.-l- li TM) EJlfftWh ndl. tnhMtl II WWWfrgJ nutinn. Smrpot. S lv1kin woftrV. wmm rttmm u pack SW i mmtf r ' 'f j posf mmn w pmy poLf AjsnkrassMS) Cvask FOR PRKSIDKST, JA3IKS O. BLAIXK, . OF MAIXK. A . FOR VICE-PRESIDEN-JOHN A. liOCJAN, ' OF ILMXOtS. The IiopnblU an riatform. The platform lament the death of Garfield, commends Arthur's adinin-i- s traction, advocates the protection of AmeWan industries against th Democratic policy of tarifT for revenue only, opposes railway discrimination, aervile or contract labor, foreign land owners, polygamy, favors the wool tri.T, taaU restoration of ojq navy Territorial appointment from resi-dents of the Territory, the pension of soldiers from disability, eight hour 1 aw, bureau 1 abor and wolcom es Southern recruit tiOAOCi) TO t.imi:. Many persons w;Il tiym;atbie with youiijr Rhimdandcr, who is in jail in Now York for shooting n nl!crd lawyer in that city, llliinclandor lxdor.p to an aristocratic and wealthy family. He wan r;:nu:itic enough to marry a sewing girl, who chanced to he employed for a few week by his mother and sister. The family was indescribably Allocked. The girl was industrious, modest and comely, and not a word could he uthrod advers-to her character, but the prwud lUiine-landcr- s luokcil upon t!ie marriage as a family disgra; e, and sJr,(4'n breaking it uj). Tij gTnpToyed tH pcritm s!tidW:aytsVSJ,l Wi a-i-i all his wits to wstwte the huslwnd anm of money to dftrMTier husband. lmh.4lio..listCir'sji()t him. Tin re will bcjiobcidy to very strongly coudeiiiii 'young Khinclandrr's act. r ' - HUITOUI Ali. NOTES. Sarah Althca Hill is said to con-template going upon the stage. The admirers of the young lady claim that her ability is superior to that of Mrs. Laugtry, while her reputation U equally strong. ? Julge Advocate General vBtof-rtfrW-l ' -- Mftialjtr sfMld te 4 - ftfMwliitMs pfrtrt4ce V- - msn, ordinary bank ya-icr- s Voi-- Hair a IdJi'-T;- Mrs. Jidiu (icmincll, Milr:)y, Miflin county, Pa., in the Spring of JSIJ4 in-jured her spine and partial paralysis ensued. Tor nearly twenty year she was unable to walk. In the Spring of 18Sd she was advised to use St. Jacobs Oil, the great r"npHnr l pain The first application gave in- -' stantaneous relief, ili the vnnd bottle was exhausted she was able to walk and is cured. In 1800, after Lincoln's nomination at Chicago, the New York Times said that it was an accident, made more by the shouts of the crowd in the gallery than by the workings of the delegates on the fWer. Perhaps it thinks Maine's nomination an acci-U- nt "The whole western portion of this country seems to be honey-comle- d . with infidelity," said Rev. J. Hyatt Smith, of Brooklyn, recently, adding: "Live mWiouarK--s must be scut there. It won't do to scud fools. I myself came back after bing there three weeks." LIST UP LKTIKUS H'niainir.T in tli P'lsti.ffi-- c nt TrNr-t- . I leaver ''n:niy, t : . mi ilu 'lav nf .Julv, l'v 1, "whi.-li- , if is t lulled foi in M) days, will b t nt tu the Icl l.ctti-- Ulliif. Uutoii T Hr nt'-n I Harltnrr V, (mrke .bdin C.l(-in::- I 1' ill.iltrin .Inhn 2 I'.iMuhvfcr A D 'lioiiv P K linr II (Im'nvitir M l!:liT Ji.mcs JuU'-- i I'lnt .Milium (' Jans in .1 Krame- - I K.ll.-- 1, V I.'.l'l-- W W I Mil 1.TS P l A M M.ill'iy !;-.- Mnll- y J J V.Oo'muM A V. Murrav (i M.'lli-..w- W.J N . Navlor ii O'lliirn I O'l'i. ll V, !V:c:-,oi- i V P.-l-- II Sl. l'l::r S Stuart ;ori:f Slicri-lai- i J"hn Ptlcy W C. S. Kl.N'G. T. M. Mrs. Colonel Fred Grant says sk has lived on army rations once and caa do so again and will. This is nobly .said by a very brave little one, jliwTwewish her cause were a better " one. Col. Fred Grant might take pattern after his wife with eaccelleut results. Oscar Wilde! latest poetical effort., beginning "Beautiful star with the crimson mouth," is evidently ad-dressed to a theatrical star, and is no doubt correct, as this is rasptorry season ; but later on, wheu huckel-- . berries ripen, it will have to be changed to "Beautiful star with the purple mouth." One of the very best measures passed by the House at this session, is the bill repealing the pre-empti- and timber culture laws and amending the homestead act. The effect of this bill, should it be enacted, will be to put an end to the absorption of the - public domain hy speculators, and to preserve it for actual settlers. TUo five Spanish Coniinission.'rs snt by the Government to examine into the condition of Cuba, have ar-rived at Havana and have already made some investigation!. One of them says that a longer possession of Cuba by Spain would be ruinous to the latter, and that it would be better to sell tho Inland as that would be the only way out of the complicated situa-tion. NOTICE FOR rUlLICATIOX.Js 1M!. L.ixn Office at Salt T,a r City, I'tau, May l.VI. Notir is hereby given that the follow-ins-name- d settler has filed notice of his in-tention to make final proof in supnortof hiselaim, and that said proof will oe made brfr-r- the K. or K. of 1". S. Jjind OOiee at Salt Lake ( itr, t'tah, on S.Miir-dav- , Julv 12th, ix4, vi.: Irin K. Kctchsjin, of Uurbank, Vtaa, I). 8. S71fl, for ths S 4 N W if and N iSWJ seeiioa 17. Tp 2 soath. rsne tl wart. He names the fol lowing witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and eultivation of said land, viz.: Willard Burhnnk.AleiarHsrroadtr, Gorpe !(!-iusn- n an'l Isaa- - Vindv, all of Kvrbank, Millard Countv, t'tih." JI. r MTF.K, RejHster. : T. T. Hailcv Jc Ilro. AttorncTS for Appli-cant. . j j liLAIVE. Acents wnnteil f-- anlhen'i edition " his liiV. I'lililisht at Aiiu-ta- , hi h Laru. st, haiid-nitia-- t, h a --L '''' !'' the rcnowiiivl liiMriii mill r, ' Col. ( 'on wet I. w boe life of liartirld, puh- - IMird hv u- -. oiil"ld theoihvri hy HO.ooO. i OutselW" everv Iwok ever pahl .slieil iti ' world; many ajf.nt- - are wdln:- - fmv .ia:lv. Ac-n- aiv maliin'.' forti;rv. AU ' new' brpinn-- r siifreM : prnnd eh in-'- i for them, f 4 A" made Uy a lady agem ' ihv tirt d.iv. Term." m.: li'xr.tl. Par-ti. MilHM fie'.-- , letter send 2 erin ..t i , p,,t:e.'.'. on free outfit. rci'iy. lark'e pj. bo..k, an-- i uvi ; .uoi lime. t o 2r ALLKN A CO., Alli'UVU, .M- -. i All over the country Republicans are boycotting Harper's Weekly. At New rhiladelihia a large number of 1 business meu have discontinued and arc circulating petition to boycott Harper's Weekly, ruck and the Xew York Times fur not supporting Blaine ' and Logan. While we are not in sympathy with the Curtis course, we cannot hut think 'tis folly to boyc(tt a newspaper or an individual beenUW of its refusal to follow a beaten track. 0"