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is at operative industry and hand. It has doubled Is former size and added many additional features. It will remain, however, with its short, crisp, independent, discussions, preeminent the busy, man's magazine, it numbers ainonz its writers many of the ablest thinkers both of this coon we try and Europe, among whom Annotice Are Gustaf son. Gen. (J. C drews, President Julius H. Seelye, L.Lt.1)., rrestaent joon uascome, L.L. D.. Melville- E. Stone, and Judge Koczer 5. Ureene. Among us new features will bt a Question Bx on " E very-da- y Joints in Law;1' a series of debates on economic aud political topics by he foremost writers on the great questions of current Interest; in college; a articles on indus-ri- al careful study of and a running com txperiments, mentary on current events. Tue most item- - in the announcement important and one in which Journalists will be most interested is that Melville E. Stone, whose phenomenal success on the Chicago Xeios Is so widely known, has became a member ot The Statesman Company, and on his return from Europe will give his attention to that der. supervision. They had s'.uek MALAD STAKE. BANNOCK STAKE, 8CVIIR STAKE. hammock for me so that I faced the C. H08KIKS, rreai ent. OUTER T. WM. II. HEEIMILLKH. Pjrudent. KICKS. Bml, msieeat. door and looked down this lane when Abrahai a Zundel, w. r. mmr. lying on my mat ie.- - aca night a ' Oors W. Ban, Counselors. Coahielors. fire was built jusUat the mouth of tbe on. ao, Wm. . Glbba, . sataraaxyi. r. C Ovmrau 1 0aaseJr. It. Clsi t, were so many other lane, and there WAKDS. BJSHOra evter I'Hsti. m&s. ares scaiterea aoont mat we leit sale C., Itaka. CAsrry Crttt. ..JoRerh W. Dudley WAJtD. or On from this waaii. nlent serpents. tigers Bisaors. FRKKMAB JAMKS CLARKK'S Matad cn... Bisaors. Georga Stewart l turned in at aoout 10 o'clock, liall Batait A. O. Iogleatrora H. Nukt William Neelr IiA.Sr POEM. A'eelgvilU an hour later it began to raln heavllv Brighton, (P.O. Kgia).... ....Beabea losrjib Aurora Hlatt Ptgmonth...... t M. Vmyut Blchards J. and In a tew minutes all the fires were Burton, (P. O. aiBrry .Mjron BUY NORTHERN G Fit) WN SEEDS'. WJS ARB THE PRODUCERS Ol Itexbarg). ...Geo. V. Smith Portage. out. The rain continued until after Wm. II :lowarl Enoch Ifirru MurrriUt 1) seed said by us. Toey are the best in the world. Tbey are the best fcr si.1 The foiiowiaells the last poem which Eagle Hoc Jtltinore ..Janes Thomas Bockland toen It and and cleared up Jens I .Imam, midnight, Thorn ...Isaac at was those Dr. Clarke wrote. It written climates.- They are earlier, more hardy, rigorous and productive than the moon rose. I .had slept for an lona, (P. O. Eagle Bock) .James E. Steele Saamria .. Herbrit U tp Jonah Kvans GleinrooA pro wd 16 lower altitudes. We keep a large stock of fresh seed and believe Lakewood, N J., on his seventy-eight- h nour.and awoke Just as the light of the iMkelte, (P. O. Meaaa ) . Wlnlow r. Walker St. John Baraare n. i.r,.,.wutf ..James p. Harrison r.nrernry moon came over the Jungle. It shown Lmntville u . , .Richard T. JardJne Waihmlie that we caa give you satisfaction. We unhesitatingly affirm that no better birthday, the 4th of last April, and or..a ...... Uiueon Mnr.l...r ""P" E. D. .Isaac Zuodle full and nrst the the J.. tane, up my Xrmo.... Monro thing .Samuel A. TfUcos ...... .. ., . .1 horns i seeds than those we deal in Can be pkocurkd. Bestowing such assiduous iginally appeared in the Christian Regwas a large coora makeyes lenieuua Menan Kflmunrt ...Wm. N. Stephens I ..Hans care upon them, we feci Justified in saying our seeds are unsurpassed in ister'. MORGAN STAKE, ing its way toward me. We bad seen Parker (P. O. M. Parker lUchnrld. Kfin), none ot In Wyman our. .Pool Ptl'iU.o in west two o the them Ward.., boose weeks' and be not We the do shadow. Met-a-selling I ait elm's stay, beneath the "only pretend quality. purity protecting outhv Ceew, nicMlSfM, Jeceud rt4 Thoa. E. Iticta, Jr. but I knew the species the instant I KexDmrg, Pint War .s. Iloii.s ...Josrpb Wuoee graceful form korthirx-gkoeed9." but we do claim that we hare the very best seed W. a. SstlTO. PreeMenC Satin 'tt4 its motion. My two guns were Bexburg, Second Ward caught S. Jrn.r, Steiner .Casper Janips Shelters from sunshine warm ; to be had anywhere: an ! faat has not been all over the country, for several in the- nuts. To out of the Xexburg. Third Ward. . . I'trenUittH. ,. J. Winter out any commission boxes at While far around me, in the heated mead I'ptPr (lotifrfit.on years, in commission boxes, its w do not sendfor hammock and seizespring one of them and Bigby. (P. O. Louisville). .Timothy A. Fraaote. Oeaaaaloe. .... xk,rwrv eer Northern-crow- n Seed y An.l. J. Kussell, P. K Oorden .Qeenre all, as so many do. Ask your homk verchant was fke at the work ow, of the ten serpent UBora. reSalem (V. i. Be xburr).. George H. B. Hams Our prices are as low a reliable stocks can be sold at and afford a fairsee The busy insects swarm. seconds, inat was my programme, Pfi;f Coaslj. Goorare Knight Oofdan nnmerstion for theexoense and labor attending the proper conduct at the as I 1 but made the first movement Bin Vollty.., Tyior (P. o. Eag-t- Bock)... William Priest these Better than any roof, softly swaying Hall HoiirT l.ili t .M.K....J.L Teton business. We ask a trial order from all who hare not used onr seeds. Write found myself fast. I bad not removed ....John Donaldson v f 'i tmeitt leaves, Bit Whltear Jaim-- A. Taylor for circulars. Address all correspondence to the UTAH NURSERY CO.. jViKa9H........M.... add the HVford buckle had my trousers', Georjje Davis General Western Aaencv. Suit Lake City, Utah. Meefmn JVesaV, Opening and closing to the passing air. a. Aaaeraea ttrmtt Vat:ry. Charles worked itself down among the fibers Willow C7:,(P.O.Eajrle BockJA.B.Simmons Which from afar the fragrant breath reNOKT1IKJJP BKASLAN 4 GOODWINS CO.. Mineapolls Minn. .. Klu It. Ml,Ji'iirgn ..Caartee Tarner Loi Aferyan, ant Decome fast. . . I ceives had magazine Carrlaa 7frfa'. only time for the one effort. kimrmf (OIpuis To get clear I must dump myself out Of odors rare. .........Jasa BEAR LAKE STAKE, rortervtlle. BamU " , pr k s m ....J. K. Porter Tl.u on Lester Wallack contributed the ana first was my tne too Knees, serpent And, as the branches sway, W Si. BUDGE, Prvsi4uL PortertnUe, WemL Carter .asartel of to near his Scribner't for reminiscences The that. cobra might flee In BicMtlm.... a. IX Dicaaoa ST. GEORGE STAKE. Revelling depths on depths of heavenly part J. H. nart,.,....l Magazine tot October. He recalls aingnt, oat ne was more likely to Coanlor. blue, J J. D. T. MoilXlSTER.. President. ot Ooorje the most me... Osmead, incidents spring upon many And interesting there suppose The tempered rays of sunshine glancing in the fitly years of Ms career as aa was a pair of tnem and that the otter atoatr Lake Ceisitr. Idaaiev. Daatel IX MeArthar. ONEIDA STAKE. actor, including memories ef Helen bad already entered the hut. In ten through larid H. CaaaM. ( Oouaaelers. IVe'fident. GEORGK'C'. BaroM. In flickering spots of light, around me play ; Faucit, Charles Matthews, Charlotte seconds after this thought came to me " WABD3. PARK1XSOX, . WukJot;!,, t sssty, rials. acd I was in a cold sweat and sd weak that A. II. Wriarbl While little birds dart through the maiy Cu3hman, Blake, Vandenhoff Solomon II. llale, J WABDS. Counselors. will coma These others. continue BltROrt. on not K i have T klattbuta r. Uowley, papers John Knnta. stood my feet. mt . . web, November and December. The' slight movement had ; made llrflrtfit otoommnffon through ' With iii1i' Raima Wa. WABIS. (KSTADL4SIIKD 1876.) i.njtrrsou. happy chirp and song, bis num. Since his death these papers hare a alarmed the cobra and be colled him- Di"T, Ituncmn i........8aaaael IlimDhirt, Cliton DaylU U. Oil. P. K Fearing no wrong. self aad waited full two minutes beni. V. Garnrr interest. deep Pottere Wm ( hadbuin. P. K To their nesU above my heaf. K l fT"m' i. atck Valiin fore coming again. I aught to move to We Rdwla Kamlilln; 1. K ......H. A. Lewis Fairriar.... Thus,, without motion, without speech or JTh e America n Magazine for October and also use my voice, but tor the life GeargHum. Moroni W.Pratt Olm Kdvtm B. N. Anstta Mink Greet. Graft on opens wltE a richly Illustrated descrip- of me I could neither raise a finger nor . . . .Rasmus RasmusHen we to lamps M. Italtaril Establishsound. tive paper by Lieut. Walter 8. Wilson, utter a sound. MontpeJier.... Wm. T. Gunlock Kranklin O. Holt rrttton I a rest Wm.'G. all life this around. ef TarkinsoB to part before f on the Seventh Regiment of New York, The serpent might have been ten yonaa.:.........Z....,jomM Salaaer. P. K. Slier dale... aO.'4a.M A. oil. P. E. Geerre .Lebnidaa A. Meecliam ATS Beneath the shadow of the Ureal Fro tec which Introduces a series entitled minutes crawling the fifteen feet which Orid. ............. . M. the PmI. jAMftAa Weston Wilson P. Pare Warajeaj;...,...,., Clark Dr. "America's Crack him into the hut. As soon as Pris, FWtt Wmrd. ............ . .. W m. Wut ,..JohnU. Regiments." brought tion, .Urs6n It. Adams. T. C BarrUhmrg.... Wm. F. Hutchinson furnishes' another he was over the threshold be was in PmU. The aul sits, hushed and calm. Second Ward. .... . ....Rofcert Price C'oaiaity, I (tali o. Bearan. Thomas H. Trrrt fcouw of American his I pano the darkness and. Could see charming longer Preetom. Chexiortrld Bathed in the peace of that divine affection, ......... ...BI. M. Dalrysaple Parley P. Willey Leede this Issue the Orin him. I heard him crawling about of er St. DrtKhaia Y. MrMullla deeoxibioln pers, Garden Creei. No Charles fever heats of life or dull dejection, .ltt bind Pilix oco Kiver: Another very Interesting me uneu grass on tne noor. however ever been offered to tht To AX Y Joseph E. Caaacl) Middleton..... J A. Bant mmnn t Wm. Isoin, P. K Can work the spirit harm. Ctias. M. Soulrcs Mountain Dell alltxj contiiouUoniie a "aummerIlrive, with and knew that it was only a question SA L T Blaarhasa CONS Ceeiait7. liaha. V a pen ana Dtrticii. la tli Monnon K. W. Jenet he minuted when Diviner heavens above John B. Thatcher Pint VuUey alley of the ot would Soda J- Daniel UpHiigi a Connecticut.' R ih ipin seek p, l Mound Valley.. ...... La. Look down on it in love. Knrl' closer Robert II. Williama Pinto t, ...Robert acquaintauce & SONS REFRIGERATOR MEATS And, as the varying winds move where they ILelea tstroag lisasTOpjyh'Contnoutes lie might not stiike me at orer i auey, ffyomii BUY C. D. Cazler Oxford N- t Prioe N. It. Fsai'Olt an uiustraieu )per ou tue "sacreu once, it never attacks unless cor Bockvi.!e C. K. Mniltb atlek Costsitjr, Ctatt. will, UTA IT Quarry of the Great Red Pinestone aered. It never strikes a sleeper. My MUTTON. In whispers be convinced Santa l Var a. J. G. Harea of fields soft, through tracke9 PANQUITCH STAKE. and Florence A. Davidson nammoca was siung a'Kut tnree uaratn ( Robert Calder country," Shone.Um. g. . Oner Pe Mill. P. k. has an illustrated paper on "Pioneer feet from the ground. .After a few air, town , ira Xefceker J. W. CBOSBT, Ja . Presi4eaL . W m If t r fm d $lrii,)a.it Tlncker s ser minutes I heard the snake crawling to MtadowvUle So comes the Spirit's breath, serene and District Scht o s. THIS WOULD. .... M. af . Steele. Kimball . .Thomas Judd St. George, Ptrtt Ward. ....Joseph Baronets." "Two ward I lacontlnued.and me.and ial, for worst tbe Co.naelors. V prepared j still, Datld Randolph A. Oameroa, alcKiacea St. George, Secon4 Ward Vallei lirantier the instalment is a when I turned .in it was very close strong Its tender messages of love to bear .. w jjl one. Miss feita w. particularly reatue rurnisnes a ana oppressive, i naa therefore woorfr.. St. Oetgr, Third Want. VtmM. Sarslold C.l. Tpiry Caaaty, men race zone. and of and lo every speech V.'IIOLIOSAI-very fjrtib e s:ory, entitled "The thrown tne blankets out of tbe ham St. Georgx, fourth WaraC ...Tl.te P. C.,llm a ore. ia wDa. whole Making the wqrtd one, Sandwich; Man." Hamlin Garland mock. The cold rain had chilled tae ef BOX ELDER STAKE. Win. A. !lri nx hur.l 4S cents per it. Toytimt xxlie Carcasses, N'o. 1, 'annoneUU William J. afenderseo remlnls- - snake ana he was iookinz for warmth Till every sword. shall to a sickle bend. continues hii poetic-pros4 cents per rb. NO. nor tlrcl. Virgin Kicalante.... Andrew P. cmm BUDGES CLAW80N, President And the long, weary strifes. of earth shall iscences ol 'Boy Wfe on the Prairie." The blankets were on the ground, and Mutton Carcasses, No. 1. 4S cents per 16 Msicus Kiuik Washington A paper that will attract consider Marion'. tots fact prevented him from coming Culbert Klae end. Adolphns Madsoa. i Counselors. Cliarles Tol.i?r. I'.k. able attention among the literary fra- into the .hammock. I could not see Charlea Kelly, AlUa HUlew Wtttovei PangmUh Be happy then, nry heart, ternity la a criticism of "Beauty in him, but 1 could bear aad scent him as Llaeola County, Ksiada. Prate t'astaty, Clahu Bea BJtler roumty, fJtsUs. ne twinea aDout ana anally curled Flction,"i by Alice Wellington That thou in all hast par- tBuukerviUe V4arl Ruuker. Jr Jmu E. Petersen down. When trt!evillt...... become quiet I wabds. In all these ontward gifts of time and sense, I vmaii Bisaors. t'Jerer Weoda. P. K has Mr. Fallty uau c a nance Montgomery George kaat Rafae iKtj. Edgar i A. Hie. Alien i my In ail the Spirit's nobler influence, Carl Jeneen an essay ua "A Poet of American would wait until he wasjrasleep, and aear tttver vug.... Jot n 1C. Hammond P Valley. Kajlt In sun and snow and storm ; Life," in which be deals with the life then make a sudden spring and a rush. Brlgham CUy.Piret Ward ItriRlis in W hit mm c Oft, ton Henry Tinjrey PAROWAM 8TAKE. la the vast life that flows through eea and and works of Mr. George Lansing Ray If 1 waited until daylight aroused the onanam twf, second Ward. . . AWin Nicholi Milton I. Lee Pan area natives the cobra would certainly bite Brigham City, Third Ward mond, of f'rinceton. sky, A. Uadsen Artemea Vamm.tr. MUlet, P. K Iraa rtalv .Spring Faley in aaaiuon to other vaiuaoie uterary me. Briekam City, Fourth Ward... Jena Hansen Through every changing form I KW a series of papeu on I was I cooler features, THOS. J. JOXES. President. now, and waited from OeweyvUle TavapaJ snalJ, Artsaaa. Whose beauty soon must die? C Dewev of the day. to twenty-liv- e .j practical minutes before twenty jCtions Dame Bearer In the things seen, which ever pass away; John Aljrr, P. R E. Joba HoneyviUe ..........Aarmaaai Measakerl ttalley. A few ol the many legitimate wajs moving, l was Just C'eanaelera. Mor (So Richarda, Jr.. planning to dump Hanfiw TrumimU Clabora Elder, P. In things unseen, which shall for ever stay ; in which "The Surplus" can be util myself out of tbe hammock, m...... ....... .....P. O. Teases when the WABDS. ' In the eternal love ized are forcibly 6hewn by M. W. moonugnt reveaiea a new and an no 'arf" Thomas Harper Biiaers. . arm Uazen. Mr. Uazm's paper is a very expected Which lifts the soul above ............ rpsfer SUMMIT STAKE. rmueg.. D. M Cecil an at Henry La at the City...... danger. Standing ...I. All earthly passloAr'lgriet, remorse and care lorciole one; he makes a strong; plea mouth of the lane, and looking straight snoicvtile A'aaarra. ..William P. Willis a. W. W. CLUFf , Goodhffp PrealdeaL for a national training school, and in upon me, was a tiger. That he bad Three Mile. .William E. Jeaea o. A. Perry t'ai agoonah Which lower life mast bear v be bow conducted. shows ould it entered the in search of prey WUlard dry.... W,"",Paf"' . ..Charles Adams Be happy now and ever. .George Facor 'Parowan. Mr. M. M.Estee has a paper sUowiag 1 knew by hisvillage 'That he was That from the love divine no power the soui the effect iof Free Trade en Pacific an old tiger anddemeanor. Sylvester a. Hu)et man-eatsaaaaalt Caeialy, rial. a one cou.'d shall sever; Coast industries. Mrs. J. Ellen os- - see oy ais loraiy atr. instead of com OAOHE STAKE, Bisaors. wabs. Nater chairman of the Women's For not our feeble nor our stormy past, me jungle, ne aaa come ALT LAKE STAKE. CoalviUt iDgmirom Robert Spines 'OsMBo VI tional Caeiaity, Committee, across argues Republican the Nor shadows from the future backward open and cultivated land, eho ave C emBty, Bait Klissispei that Prohibition is not a National and my hut was the first in his path. 1 lasi O. CAED, Preeldent. cast; Bonneferville. aid Mr. Snocn Ensley.ot Ten Obarle Bichent a did Issue," not believe he would enter tbe hut. AWOTTS M. CASMOH. President. N'ot all the gulfs'of evil far below. or BeytewiUe Soutnerner's National The lane would look like a trap to him nessee, Wa. Kargenl OSm'lIh.11' Nor mountain peaks of good which soai on View ofgives"A I Jflrotectton." Aeaiea and be would fight eby. After looking r. Atwood ...S. W.Pen'roee. (Counselors. Wm. Geo. O. Cbaree Dr. F. Hutchinson contributes at me for pernaps two minutes the high Pitsia, AcUng President. Par City P. K. Holmberc, jae. sea his usual monthly paper, giving Into the unstained sky. moved out of sight, and nresent WABBB. tiger SALT B Park O. M. Par LAI WARDS. C1TT t Parlay' Bisaors. and literature ly I heard him stealing around the hut Benton sonable health advice, Nor any power the universe can know ; Poea.... Alma Harris .......Htf phrn Walkei WABDS. and book reviews receive special treat to look for an opening. There was no BISHOPS. Nor the vast laws to whose control are given ment. r1arltton J. M. tlalia Boekport Jobs Jardln rtrtt fTmrd..... be Warhurlon end other and returned Joseph surveyed The blades of grass Jast springing front the Jno. Clark Upton... J. O. Larson Second Ward.... me again. While my eyes were wide OtverUle ..Samuel Petersen ; a 11 sod. The October number of Btlford't open, t did not move a finger, and the Hvrvm ini R. Young, Jr WaneUp ....E. Third Ward.. Waller Jacob And stars within the unsounded depths of Magazine keeps well up to the mark. animal no aouot Deueved me cMpeo uyae Park. Robert Dainea' ""r j OTaita.il Oasaasy. Wjeaalnar. Tne complete novel, is a brilliant and lie problably saw the blankets on the Letoieton ; v. II. Lewis Fifth Ward heaven. a M.T. eddon Almy "The Jamra How in he sus l but think i I I don't Ward. Ftrtt Can touch the spirit hid with Christ in God, Interesting Logca, B. M. ground, Lewis Sixth Ward Jamea C.Watson Bo am it aa..... ............. .Jamea Shadow of the Bars," ty Eraest De pected the presence ol the serpent. llrots n, Jr Second Ward Logan, For nought that He has inade,be!ow, above, Laticey I'itrson. author of "A Slave of Wm. Tborn Henry Ballard Seventh Wfrd..... When tbe.tier finally entered the Logan, Third Ward Jroaa Blver Ward Wyoinloa;. Robert Can part us from His love. Davldaon Kightk SheeU F. E. Oaaty, ClrcuinsUncef," one of the most opening and began to approach me I t tue ming yeung antaors gave mysell up lor lost. With this Logan, Fourth Ward.. ....... Thoi. X. Smith Vifira Ward.... A. Wool ley Book Spring Joseph Bonlsbjr. 1'. E promislug on tne New Voi k press. Tbn re.st of feeling came mat of coolness, and I Logan, Fifth Ward..... Wm. TJrde it nth Ward.... .Adam Bpeira the lictlons includes "The Time Look was never more A. L. Schankey K: event h Ward....... .....Alexander McRae 8T. JOHNS STAKE, in my Logan, Sixth Ward.... Literary Notes. of our Ancestors," a well written bnt life. For a moment I forgot the snake, Seventh Ward Twelfth M. Smith Isaac Ijogan, Ward... B. Clawaon Aaaeae C'SMsaly, Arlssna. Oue of the prettiest books that will rather tragic stery cf wedded Hie, by but presently, as the tiger was within Mendon Thirteenth Ward... Heni-- v Iliirhpi MUlen Atwood Gardener, the well known ten feet ot the doorway, 1 heard the DJV1D K. CD ALL, President. tempt theyouta of America this fall is Helen ii. and Fourteenth U. Ward.. y juutville.s O. a Georre called serpent utter a low hiss and move brief Pitkin George Taylor Mother tioose," set to music, illus lecturer; Prices Guaranteed N. t'reemaa, I Houses. Call and See trated C. L. Hildreth about. The tiger had eves and ears A'evton....... ......Haas Funk Fifteenth Ward Joseph Pollard in color", and published by "Treasurer-Trove.- " Hii. ll.U.bboua, jtooBselo... fine critical paper on only tor me. lie skulked over the Paradise Frederick Kesler Samnel Oldham Siiteenih Ward. Messrs. CaeseLl & Company. Miss fcl has a remarkably He I. Lane has written the music, while "Novel- - writing : a Lest Art," in whtch ground exactly as you have seen a cat, Providence... wabds. Seventeenth uisuors. Ward Niels Hanaen John Tinier Mr. J. Louis Webb has furnished the he contends that the old school of making no more noise than a mouse. Richmond... ..Edward A. Noble , W. L. Skidmore Eighteenth Ward... tlpine O. V, Whitney of which Dickens, Thack When he reached the doorway and Smithfield designs. The music is quite simple novelists, Christopher L Eempe G. L. FarreU Nineteenth Ward Jamea Witian trastiLt and Charles Ilea.de were types, stood with his f orepaws on the threshandean easily be eunjj by ctrdreu. eray, M llliaiu K. ,.., Geo. Romncy Veoer ttwapp J. B. Jardine Ttctntieth Ward.... Air. Webb's pictures, ara exceedingly is extinct! and that the1" new school, old my heart stopped beating. 111. Trenton James U. McNeil .. ...'...W.L. N. Allen Hamah Iloweils and 'Xlenry James next move would be a spring, lie WelUville Wm. n. Mauarhan Tteenty flrtt Ward clever aud graceful, and his cover de- of which 'St. Johns ...Willard Fair may be considered exemplars, by no would find me helpless. CO&XTBT WARDS. sign is as original as it is striking. We Ceo. II. Croaby Union.... There waj an Interval ef perhaps place. Miss venture to say that there will be no means fills tha vacant of CASSIA L. BlufDaU STAKE. "His Way thirty seconds. My sight went away II. Meusler Vutrioto more attractive j a venile jprtrl&red for F. A. Mathews, author Ueujauilu Lrowa.verv a and Her Will," contributes ntrerton O. P BUI ler from me, I was halt dead with terror. toe uurisimas biockiur. HOKTON D. nAIGHT, President. amusing comedy, "A Wedding Tour." I faintly remember hearing a hl3s and D. B. Brlnlon Big Cottonwood TOOELE STAKE. Moroni i Picket, x. a Jones, in paper entitled a snarl, and all at once I rose. The Wm. i Chunselora. The frontispiece for the November K. .... p.. nn ......Frederick Schoenfeldt Brighton Taaele t'eaely, lsaka. Gravitation, aud the cobra and the tiger were rolling over number ot the Magazine of Art is an "Shakspere, continues Emit Mill Creek. John Kef Cassia C atr.Ielatia. the assault on and over in the lane, and raising such . OOWANS, President. B. efchlBsr after a painting by F. A. Baconians," IX JFo Biirlos f ctvm9r0. , ... which was begun a row that the whole village was WABOS. Briaeeman. tne favorite painter oi the latter gentlemen, in BisHors. the September aroused in a moment. I McKas Daalel T:w.AL.Vr,0,ic"'Granger Morgan Oriental scenes. It Is called 'A Hot by Appleton all the Omkley .John L. Smith Granite... Alva BaUer Banraln." aDdreDresebls two Arabs anumber. The political articles include fight but remember very little. Ser- - Marion,.. Buaore. , wabi. Adam G. Smith able brief bat extremely plea o? and tiger rolled away down the Sitting Matin, .. '. Berriaian Bobert Danaie CXootr .... ..................... F. D. e. Jeoy argulnx over the price ot a horse. R. EaoAh Prof. Sumner, of Yale, iu support of ftent Dayley back again, tbe ohe hissing Creek J. C. Hamilton Peep Creek... ........O. U. Barres Wa. T. Hrpr Mill In General Philio U. Sheridan's arti President Cleveland's dictum that Jike a steam engine and the other roll- Dell Mountain B. T. W. F. Mom .W.B. Hardy City.... us is "A Conditio confronts Thomas Taylor S'orth cle, which will appear la the oveiu- what gruwuug. iu ten uiiuui.es 11 Elba Jordan.. Samuel Beaaion flrantuviUr .. . ....W. C. Collell were aeaa. iraiatea Alma,.. O. Kin oer acnoaer, U loiiowui anecuuie not a Theory;" and a paper by Geore jegtauu ......Thomas isotn ovei. P eaemnt . ..Mivkps Martin L. K. Hardmaa LaHerirw away and was unconscious. The cobra Urouee Creek,... niter JNtpoieon a bur C. Garham aon " Junes G. Blaine," e Cbariaa Kimter, Sea. Sandy Oram jf tne evenirr. . I. H . Cahlaell Ezekiel Holnaa St. John containing! scathing exposure of had bitten the tiger in more than fifty is related : "Bisoiarck-IJohle- n render that gentleman's record as a states- places, aud the tiger had used his teeth South Cottonmood..... a. Bawltaa Tooele .Vty.. bore with bun one great comiort .Trios. Atkin, Jr J. a DAVIS verito sure create which is and claWs to tearhis enemy. some excellent branny, uneringine man, Sovth Jordan A. BUls I 'ernon ....... W. ,J.C 8ha demonW.J. sensation. Flags fliok to his uncle, he said: You:ve table South WUlow Creek (.Draper)... Bt. Stewart Darts Vtak. Cammty, is states that protection ns.d a hard r"av of it: won't Tou re UINTAH STAKE. A. O. Drlffs W1LLIAU R. SMITH. President. The Editor, Don Piatt, gives a HANKS. fresh yoursell?' Tue Chancellor, withmade and. oar own all our seUcted Union... PhUltDS goods TXatibx Ishmael review of "Our calm statesmanlike Cloths, and Ratals (eealy, II I as. having the raised time out to answer, wasting MVr Jordan ab5JS25: (Candors. ;'" attacks the Archibald Gardner bottle to bis iipe. exclaiming :. "Here's Canadian Complication up under our own supervision, we svre now ready suad sv4 display! S. B. BKSMON, President. North Point.. .A which Senate for rejecting the treaty, and de Levi W. Bead to the unification of oue ol the Handsomest and moat select lines of -R. S. Oollett. ( wabds. Oouaaelers a DESERET NATIONAL BASK Bisaors. Burner Wardt. sentiment the gurgling of an astonish clares thai that, body is becoming Wm. Miller Jamea Mochlng. I Bast Call In another Bountiful, . nuisance and "must go." ............Chester seemea to drlua empaas:. ingly long aiaiiurs. wards. he shows that while a revenue William Brown Bonntiful, South, SALT LAKE CITY. loe uwunt toen nanata tne ootue article Ceo. Freestone SANPETE STAKE, Ath!ey TAILOR-HAD- E tartflla really a tax and nothing more. .............. H. (raat Bountiful. ..J. . Peter Allanap OUnes aaasu CamutyfrVtn, a protective tariff is often but a mere CentenUU Xathaa Cheaey mr rills T. J. Caldwell cover ffr private extortion. "'Passing PAID Vt CAPITAL id OAXTJTB f2e,oeo PBTKSAOX. Preeldeat Farmington.. .....J. M. Seeriat wh1-Wm, SliaBr Ml' I 2OO.0OC caine tne waeifish response. 1 Events" are r treated in tne usual South Hooper, ..Kawia ReParker Book Silas J. Mr: i ill monthly fashion; and the Mountain DeU otg pardon; it was so dark I couldn't Barton Peter of include and " "Eros" taytville notices Nathan liunl'ng H. B. see:' nevertneiess mere was a iitne views President, tiperdalt wuM. Btsaors. ITebtr, South... David 3. Cook "Robert Elsmere," the latter review John Kldredok, Vice President, remaining, as I mysell can aver." Sharp, Cheetar K. ABreel beicg a strong plea in favor of Christi Wm. W. Bitkb, UTAH STAKE. araavXerU Word.....! B. Aadaraea u"" iDraaoToas Table Talk for October chatty. anity against the assaults ofmelearning V. ' . EMERY STAKE, and poems or f Wind and food O. SMOOT, President, X A. South science, V. Dortas Xpkraim, cheery reading; Ward....0, are "Those Old French Forms," by I 8. T.Hills, Cashier, .............. Tnoaer Assasa Joba, Daytd oedy. it opens wiin a oeer vibh J Ltttlk, we J,s. and Saw "When to the Kealm of King saauierocK, in Eleanor Holils. U.U. Cluf, ( runni.lor, E. A. Smith, Asst. Cashier. O. LABABX. Praeldeat. Fmyette.. .............. JoUu BartaoIeaMw which the writer, Mr. Whltton, gives a Thee?" by (Sarah M. B. Piatt. Fountain (fren............,Jamea'Yorf aaea Ulak Caaaly, IVtaJt fraaca tsMry, Jules Vernlan twist to his imagination, Oouaselera, Ounniton A. Madsoa Batmus jMtftta, .....C. il.HOrS. IMJIiroiTSPlMlEHimil. The October lFi'd Awake opens with WARPI. points dovetailing it with interesting Tndianala... Joba Speacer Alpine ot some original J. MoCallouge .......T. story on the pedigree and habits of the oys- a"Shut-InsdellghttJi Bisaors. wajlbs. Wan. T. Re4d American For by Mrs. Ella Seattle, Bv Ctl 2U..-.....- ... ....Was. M. Bromley ter. Then fellows Mrs. Borer's in which Twe Onjm ant Sells Exebsssma-Hennlaa Olsea Monti. Borta.. Ahope may be read by all Ywk, WciBS Prsvaselave, CkSeaiaT. M. "How to irepare tne oysMamAi, South HaaaJeaaea Aadrew structions, the J. B. Stewart r. Olaea Benfatn sunny Louts, OssuUaa .sMltkaa, susa for tbe various invalids everywhere. Anothwr with recipes O. O. OlMti Cedar Fort MouUtA.. E'l BeaaeU ter," Palsteaev ........JO. me Kooa methods. Then, after her"New Menus page froort' me, recording w m m I. Wa XrOEtsl Oeohsn..... Wm. Price B'sWBBj'eaaeaa)asseaveeee tlttea. Mien to one anotuer, VI Co for October." . she elves the lntroduc- - I numan neings may ao Wells's . ..L Mount rieaeamt, North 0. N. P. Madsea Ldkt Shore ArrrU Ircnto readable Uuddg tor to ft comicsc senea oi papers on i is Mrs. Kate Gannett eollectionc, remitting proceed T. U. Cellar Mount Ploaemmt, South.. 8. Seeley LiM M Ha Wa. Massachusetts the atout article a ThnriMnd Yeai" XeberUea v m,u v n Ormndrta..,..,.,.....Jutt ai .'. John Bfly. P. E. J. A. Hired Mia Fork. --iiu a hitherto unsolved problem. These clety for the I'revention ol cruelty to hie. Go. ITraaasea Spring CU,.... 1". L. HOLLAND.Caaa'r. w Prest. H. i cu. Bacon, we J. Tanaer mncra am inienaeu. J.L. Peacock Payton presume, vyuiiutM. mhucm (XlWsymtammmmmyammmmmmmmmmmata Aa4TTa Pa JaU Stirling.. "A DoROcracy" 8IF.C.C." Brow a Wa as a household chart, which, with the Jehn waasataeis,e tlroot K. ealeeesaassssJ Pleasant ..Calvla Moeve.P. br Miss litslev Seward describes the Know the aid of tbe poontmy Over 2oO Patterns In both Fine and Medium Grades. Our gar- ledge Prooo VUy, Ftrm Wrd....J. P. at. Jebaaea r. Swell, P. ML Upper Prloe tne compass strange canine coaamanities of Cojl--I within crowded SAN JUAN STAKE. J. W. loveless . . ..... JsaTeraea TldwaU. P. K. rrouo Ctty. Seeemd Ward "Fuck nd inppypolt,,i ments are trimmed up in the very beat of style, equal to Custom Made, of her "Housekeepers Wellington isquiries," tantinopU- - arsons Ot ta a aos i 13 Ward Tmrd A. r. tTAMMOU. FTeeldeav Myroa Tanaei PrareWf. iaturop, should enable the domestic craft to by Ueorge and and Fit guaranteed. 9 a droilone. " Daniel t J. E. Booth Ward. too. u n Waa. Fourth thrift ot story shoals Prare tbe of clear steer dry. ( Ooaors. JUAB Our Expenses being small, we propose to give the Public the STAKE, . ew Wi nis in are ler Wad.cn Webster Wad Fifth .articles , Proro CUg uampsaire Other interesting deals with ! benefit, and sell our goods reasonable, liarrls, VUrnX "Fashionable Luncheon and Tea Home." bylifeMiss Utak JaMt Sa'tm Tajlor Cemmly, Celty, and tbe heart-Jtraiof the home , - . U.il... Tolleta," toy Tillle Mar Forney : ""Our of Business Santaauin Halllday General Ueorge w..mwm ....... WM. Banking Preeident. PAXMAK. "the statesman. American MbmfCUg. Cooking Clnb''Oetotoer callaary There Is (treat 0D. Snell well also a good W.afeCaakJe, P. K. Spanish Forh Charlea Sparry. ' Oeaaaelara. Keonomies;"' "The Medal Children of HmJloween:" "Fashionable naipw; rark. J Illustrated, .....Tfepht Crazes;" W. Paxa SprtngwtUe....... Jamea Ceaalr, VtaBu at Wenia Peter by Frances II. Timpm "Ethel's New Home, II.;" "WomiCn'i tbe Renaissance."ipm WABDS. Kiaaora. R. H. Stewart con..i. - Wbltnejr Exchange Movement;" "tiauoween Tbroop. Edward EveieU iiaie tfawSe Active Accounts Solicited. F. L Jones. P. E. Mapteton ...............lrnar Tajrlor North Miuimmna. Problem: "Opo Itters;V. "After- - cludes his iflter8tin: Boston: Com llab. Caaaiy, Emory Leemn Aafaar4 etc. Among tue mon' articles, jura x.cuuuwvus nas lAh riata Ce., Celorad. Dinner etc., Williama Time on Bits," lTid Interest Deposits. Valley paid rieean, H.enclex "Wo A.ao Vona j..TohBKltnae matter, "A Regular uoyy' a paper about tne ; ancient and literary aeorre Halls D..t.T mA Plana f eoneludedi. and modern Japanese, Oetar Fay Adams Firtt Ward....... ,...W. U. Waraer araaeM.... Bought aad Sold. Aephi, Xxchaage WASATCH STAKE, writes about La Motte Fouque, the Hew Maxlaa. UdaU DarU Sfephi. Second Ward... WaasUak Caaaiy, Vino, author of Undine, , Louise Stockton Lather O. Berfeham KANAB STAKE, tells about a nnique "Housekeeper's ABBAkf HATQlt, PrealdeBl. lisbing Co.,402, 404 and;u tuce oireet, Table" ESTATE B REAL LEND T. to Va on Clawaoa. some Piatm, MONEY which ...........Jaa. young girls organ WE ALSO OFFER AH EXCELLENT I T. H. OUee. Philadelphia. lOasasitT, VtoAm. ized at a fair to pay tor a atatnea xiass H. B. Aiaaaadar, ( Cenaaalare time. Tears Vive to One church-windoone from bad of which them X. B. W COLLET, President. Tha October it. Louis ' MagaBisaors. SAM LUIS STAKE. wabdb. aad there are seveiai poems, Thomas Mm is valuable one. Its lUuitrated broken:them , Ohambenaia, Benjamin CI si Ctnirg.. one Mrs. CalenUI. an by C. Ceal among exquisite on JtaaMiara. "iue impress papers are DaaieJSaafaaiUejr, ...H. Mardook CAevasoen... WATSON UfeBte' (by a traveler), "West Whiton Btone, enUUed "Violet's Sepa. S. SMITH, PreeMaat, phine'sCadet B. . Daks are Bast.'. others "To the " tember Btsaora, Harriet Beher, and Soliloony;" 1Mb," Point n. by M.. E. B., WwCaTute-- a. ..r. I. Parter, P. E Fellow," Hear? Class BniWers Meoer, Beecber Stowe," the latter (riy.Alex- - A . Foolish Little PmiH Pnnla. Ilka m.l. D. Van Wnaaaee J. Cutler ander N. Da Menu) is tne most disMidway Btsaors. wabds. as son, and "A Case of Insomnia" by M. Tombstones.MonumenUMantela, Iron Jehnpon F. Frauton ,' D. Johnaoa, F. B, ...,W. criminating and finished criticism Walltburg Raamaaeea Pater Prosephrmm llautels, (jrat)s and Hearth Stone. There F. Butts. This namoer gives the Moon EaasBV HohlasOB ft. B. ret published on Mrs. Stowe.. Woodland ....Henry Daltoa J. 0. ManmtoB...... announcing a serial are two exciting'Storlea of the War," pectus for I860 "Tue X. M. Lot P. Johasolr, .T. N. Petorsea Adventures of 278 St 128a KVCTII 1CXFI.E RT. torrg.. BiohJUld... by Trowbridge, by Emerson Bennett ana Airs, com . .. . C. M eaten, P. X. AMONG WHICH WILL B FOUND MANY NEW DESIGNS. Mofcmmlm. OvvotiU AMmU Hall. and WEBER STAKE, unusual mens Dy Ar David Vane and David Crane,'? fort; poems olcaanes Mount OBTMMI................H. B. Bt. Jolley STAKE. JOSEPH u.tne i larger aou another by Margaret Sidney, authoren-of ST. nold II. Isler, Web aw Caaaiy, I'tafcv Ordervii e ... U. W. Kapha "iieaitn the famous "Five Little Peppers."There OHKISTOPHER LATTON. President. Judge J. W Emerson; X. W. SHtTBTLlFF, Preeldeat. UST titled The Midway." arc Peppers PmJkremh mas P. B. ur. ....-W. bo mi oy fioucaury Smith, and Llle rapers" We Call Special, Attention to our Handsome Line WUIlam T. Jehnaea. J TAILO O. F. Mlddletoa, 1 Oeenaeiere. other serials also, by Susan Crmaeas (Baach T. tX',...JSi. IX BtacdoaaM J. H. Martlaeaa, very practical: "Literary Topics" and are two aui Wide X. C riygaxe, I ooa,,,! Talbot. Charles ll A 1K 1KUUSKUS, both In Foreigu and Domestic Patterns it. Coolidge are; ' bxiphvand cbattj. Awake " Light Moods' or t sua. 40 A Aria "r BIIBOM. Craaiaaa) WABDS. ty. det year. (treat ' l isjtt rur 1.) cents. Our Complete ine of HOY'S SUITS and CHILDREN'. KILT Price only Dpcuitucu MARICOPA STAKE, ' vf T a rwt n sA 'a D. Lothrt a Company, little p tdtney. J hi. Ferroa ..s . Sden oouu WABDtv Btaaora. iu Ot. Ol Aitaw, COPy we are now. in and solicit your Inspection of many new novelgUI IS ttve cents for a speci ! 0. Taylor ..... VU. xuua., (Boston. M. ew Haws Ariaoma. BarrUoilh.. iOUlS Marteefet CWi WKiisuc St. .....Oeorfa aa...... Oeuatr, ties and llumlsbnie lfelsus amongst them. men. 'PvESIuEXCy AND BISHOPS St. Louie, Mo. Wm. W. Child A..V.VJk.Aat. 1C Ceurtla Hooper CurtU.. CUA9 1. rtOBSON. Pfeeident. O. Petaraoa mumtuutue ....Uaeia McKay Ainwitan Review for Sole Agents for the Celebrate! 'la the iVortt t...Vy.vp.P. Walker Xtfaa.........................D. P. 7eeaa K. Hakes. ( Couneelora. Collins a m..m...'........Jahn has W. T. Gen. Jiaermtn T TUB or A October, WITH ADVKNTUKK ?KBPEN ' H. P. a MaUhsws. ......D. Jfslfaiai fr Afarrta'......................Jaires Rlohie Biaanre. southern eketch "OldWhady," told in Vitus. AND TIG KB IN INDIA. Bomnd David Moors Cochise U. W. swwan AruM. very pkulng svyie.wmca is mane toe 4bm....... on ine WallaM 3Twtt Zioa. Thof. of of 0fdeh Stakes eisay moraiwng olllwina Ornnircd sotject X.E.J0e Am. lekk thrlllinsc experience is Tijlor The I zro race in our- country, wmcu is Critchelow B. Ward... Firtt OgAen, .......... E. was P. who romeroy sent M. a Kentleman bvt Irasa Merrill H. ............ (Zeaos SL Xewi4 and deep related 0.).. fraught with sound viewsHeed Bobert MoQusrrle to India by aa animal bouse at AmsterDaala. P. Joaas critimo...... ....Batnee! Olartdare Ogdan, Second Ward. Congressman thought. address President's indicates the The a of den to .. Bam nel poisonous ll Iager-soprocure Ogdon, Third Ward.. and dam, ,Wlnlow Farr Openahaw A'rpni cises the President's letter, article en- - snakes for an American circus. It was P. K. Presidins; Klder. ITavsl..Cli:dwia Stratford a characteristic A OOlce has Ogdan,rourth Poet ST rddreaa. KB. P. O , SNOWFtAKB secure to a the feat I titled "Rome vs. Reason." benator not much ot T7 . "II Ogdan, Fifth Ward.....Thot. J. Blereaa i ABMsebe CeMBartjr, AriAaaa,, UarrisoirM letter and serpents wanted, and in a lortnlKbt T UIICV' reviews U1I Ptafa Morgan MILLARD 0Uy...M.M.....Q W. BraanweH, Jr. 8TAKeT,' sUkes. ' . pall up party was ready to ot JESSE xt SMITn, Presidoat. ....E. W. Wade tbna the number gives both sides ofer thewas PUaeemt Flaw.. the hunter's be last night BUItarf Cammtj, ttal AXD BEAVER 8TAKE, ford Btafham tot political question, uen. w. f.hoi-l- It In on San JUrratI.... snake regions, however, L V. HnrCKLST, rmloetit Beairev Caal7t VUk. has an article oa the Canadian buy the the icharflf,L?nn,10 IL J A. Ulrd nearJoseph which occurred incident 51erfarv.... ol con- that question, and a large number CouBtelors. fiallant)Tte him his life. Lie says : ......icbariah K. If CRDOCK, Prealdeat. cast WABBt. Went Weber J. are 5Bl-t0ly lUldfl. writers tributions by splendid . Tbe hnt I occupied had been used ALSO ..Iflele Petereaa Pate i . , given. ettM. as a storehouse. On each aide ef the P. .H. Bioddard .... t Hansea ..................Has areS J. 8-- Black Shotdom THI CKLEBBAfED siatetman. Walter Thomas atoftl, Aloovway was a Uut fence B. Patareoa The .W4IDI. .....PeUur . BttBora. Bnouft CCalUatar aim..... nUmnere.. ofabout JdamtvilU..... .....Thoa. ta m Gunn MUJs, A.M., and Rev. A. J. Jntklns, nuos e poles and runntnsr out T. ...........Fred MU Baahmaa .John ttteveaa B. JOoeph feet, torts makinjr a lane or k Nearer, first Ward...... D.D., editors. Statesman Publishing twenty-fivalerriU X. Willis .....;.Q. D. White A. KlmUll roylor snr Whaa aajahaafM oocur la tha fora cn.. i:fl Washinaton St.. cnicatco. passage aoout three leet it we. svWhn . eu...... 1 ...Rial AlltB uueu-wiwlft aunse was nw r Teir M. fcrmm Hlnvm No. SO CtS. V. ChrUtlaasem JWe.......... Pr1 roiag Uat tha Staka pmldlaf oBcrato the Joa. 8. Morria Meadow CreoM........t4...-0- . B. Boaaett Woodruf............'..JTm0. Oweats coufer ol Una I Vh.nminctua for The Stattsmein for ; lane.. watchedoneat the onmonth the sajao a favor by iwparttaf could no or I uufr B. Taaaer Only pert a monthly maraalne devoted to basxmxr kbwb omom, so the lut asay he Aadaraea Taeaaal eTamaatjr.' AaHaaaaw & CO., 175 & 177, ........James UKa!gU the problems of practical politics, CO- - ( come at a time, ana eacn was inns un-- 1 Vimvu.. .. . ... ................ . . . mwtmmm . 4Vean. ................ Da vld Brisker fe eprreoted. MATTERS OF INTEREST self-hel- p; EVENING NEWS. Gardeners.. and Farmers. . -- t ( BUaa-taaa- a - - f self-suppo- w . -- . Fii-e- rt - e ...,, s ,,, t.- WHITE & SONS. - , 1 -- half-hidde- n out' take pleasure in announcing our patron have added thai and'he public ment a Refrigerator which enables us put in a iublic OVll MB Ja H-u- 1 FAR SUPERIOR CONDITION! MEATS that have LAKE 1 1 Mfaaa-tjau- a UMEIiS. ttt WHITE . And that BEEF and vronerln cared tor, EQUALS ANY BEEF and MUTTON IX - 'Ms . . 1 PRICK LIST. K 15-- e I AVIIITC .V HONS. he-ha- d 1 & Co. Wood Noble, ZAliGEST IX THE WEST! STOCK (Oo-ase- lor er a l (Co-n-el- ciear-neaa- love-stor- as low as Eastern ISO D ea ikfiLjjijsr i COM PANY'S MAN - m NEW ENTERPRISE - .,.. '. - For Tailor-Mad- stake; vprion. Jrw'" .' . GM1TS FINE rl.. n KVEll SHOWN IN, THE CITY. Prince Alberts .... f ic t a. 1 a '5 CUTAWAYS, Sacks and Frocks. ....... ..... o tinea! l. m es a u" AM r SALT LAKE h5u, -- AT PRICES WITHIN tie REACH OF ALL art-artic- le, H- - .. ts ( Transacted. - I- a '.MiHiil'tlli OiTerinc os a j An Excellent Business Suit for 9 S&A GO, - w Child's Knockabout Suit for $1.90. n..l...l Our Line of .Fall and Winter Overcoats a BROS., Stonecntta and .... West...... Conn-oXo- ..... ......... J MBS k Sd , MANHATTAN SHIRT, Jbt ; i:rr Fori.. a i r tv If rnSR.'I 1'erCJlie.' T7ii . . - FANCY FLANNEL. LIPflfAU East . - m ust Temple .St ....,.. ' - mm , ............ 4 n tli. rrftf.,.. Bien-orB- . Wldo.......D. tan...L. m.......JaPmvet . '.'.