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TO OUR NEW CONSTITUENCY, THE BLADE. Volume III. ipf The Blade is before you. To many of our subscjuptioK hates: $2.00 . . .. J?ot year friends in Juab Countyr The Blade is (Payable- in advance), no stranger, and? they; will look with Editor. lenient sympathy on $bis number, the I. F. GIBBS, first published in Nephi.. Since last NephriK8t-.fficthe at 'has made been Applieatloa the mails as week, The Blade has been moved, and Number 1 of - e for transmission through established in this plans without a break in its regularity. During that 189; a hundred things, aside 'from time SATURDAY MORN., JUNE 15, securing material for this issue and i is the accredited ... agent for gettipg it into shape, have been done, t d Tho RUrict .Vlld Will WKr liu and, as a matter of course,' we have Vnon and business solicitor. been unable io bestow even ordinary care on this nmmber. The above is BLA.DE AGENTS: t j .i mi7 tc a list, of out agents, who will offered as. an explanation and not as an i receive subscriptions and receipt for apology, Wo are well! aware that the change Jfiivments: Win. Ciia.si.ain, Tbapah, Tooele Co. of base to Nephi ii an experiment, and n ;.a IID OTNTY. one thaVmay prove costly and disap Tosenh A. Lyman, Oak City. mail matter. second-clas- s x- - LLirz C Christian Anderson. Fillmore. O. A. Bates, Holden. CJhris". Orsqn, Leamington. r,eo, Cr.'tH'e, Kanosh. James Hatton. Petersburg. Thos. Menunott, Seipio. Virysil Ktfh.v, B urban k. Hvruin i.Iincs. Meadow. s. The Blade desires to impiess pee" thing on the people of Nephi. It vyill not requiie any great length of time; to discover whether or not the Blade will receive the. support necessary to its continued existence. With notKa dissenting voice, our friends say, ."you will experience no difficulty in making The Blade a complete success." It is frankly admitted that we do not fully share that confidence., We possess a great hope that our friends are hot mistaken, and that hope will bean imp'ellant force to Work as we have never worked before.1 Down in its former home, The Blade lived two years right in the face of an almost, univer sal sentiment that it could not exist. Conditions, however, are now different. Down' there, The Blade. was only expected to take Care of itself ;and ithe labor of editing it was done' at such times as cuuld be spared from oher employnient. The expense of running che paper fh Nephi 'will be largiy augmented, and one of two things are i n- evitable its income will either exceed its expenses, or it will run behind, If the latter, it requires no inspiration, to predict the result, Up to the present writing, but two persons hav declined to subscribe. Iri the hurry of moving and in collecting matter for this issue, there has been no time to make a general canvass advertisements, which will be done during the next week. The result of tha canvass will determine tbe fate of j i Dun-dozin- . growing Condition, We are frequently met with the question, "why do you not consolidate with the Standard or lease the plant?'It is easily answered. Iri the first place we cannot afford to lease the plant at the price asked, and further, we could not obtain possession in time to begin the publication of Vol. III. Tho most important reason for our objection to leasing the Standard plant, however, Is found in that, the life of any paper will be precarious that is de pendent on a lease that may be termi nated at the expiration of a year, and particularly when those owning the and whose sole plant are is in interest the city gauged by the sum involved in the lease. When such conditions obtain, there cannot be that confidence in the continued exist ence of a paper, either on the part of the people that would were the plant owned otherwise prevail in connecfon with the paper which is the case with The Blade. Betwepn the publishers of the Stand ard and Blade there i3 not the sligh test j . -- ; j j f-t- r ANSWERED. 'GOING HOME TO ROOST. reader ia unable at any time to "If any a copy of The IJearld through an obtain It is learned from the dispatches, this under-suppl- y at any news stand, or from any railway newsboy, week, that the Edmunds law relative notify the publishers. ' 'he is requested to to bigamy, polygamy, u. c. etc. is The above Is carried atthe head of to be enforced in the National jCapitol. the editorial page of the Herald. ,The ones at Wash- writer will say that, as a rul-eif any Little did the over-piou- s one U. on P. from Salt the traveling ington dream, when" the truly good to Lake a Milford. asks for paper, he legislators were compounding the will be handed a copy of the Herald's dose for Utah, that it would morning cotem. If he wants the Her. the in ever return .to trouble the virtuous aid, he is forced to make a 4special retua rlpsiion of Judce Merritt clerks and clerkesses in the various quest for it. Last Sunday t receivership for the O. S, jontest over-thmorning departments of the government. But the train" newsdealer stepped an the L. & U. N., does not strike the average such is realy the case, and although a3 being favorable to Southern Nephi platform with ia b undle of tbe somewill be in it rather late the day, aforesaid "cotems.'' apd when asked if Ttah. There is a very general feeling out to those here that what gratifying he'd id not havefa Ilepld, the "newschat it will handicap the road that is tasted the medicine. Washington is boy'' said "no." ;pointmgj Southward from Milford and realy the place where the law; should The Herald and the public are extension. In desired much he event ip? have been first enforced. A law, like to the above information, and so ji idi Lion the Denver people may regardmowing or other machines, should be is tbe "newsboy," for if there is any r.he extension of their road as, being unthoroughly tested in the factory before one thing The Blade detests it is trickbeing sent to distant points for experi ery and discriminatioh. necessary, ia view of the fact that prob ments. It is The Blade's belief, if able comnatition a3 ito Southern Utah that had been done, and done thor may be rjegarded as having been relega- PRESS ENDORSEMENTS. ' the country would have been Ued to tht. dim future! j However, Judge fnction: The gentleman wTno edits the oughly, compelled to elect a sufficient number Tuerritt'? decision may be a blessing in Standard understands The Blade's of new congressmen to make up a The Salt Lake Herald has the folposition, and certain other matters that quorum, or allow the business of lowing kind words for The Blade: cannot how be made public. a to take rest national The Millard County Blade, ia ita last Our efforts will be to unite and build announces th,iti its next number Dont inortgage your farnis. The al- issue, a of release number the large pending will be issued from Nepal. The people sow tear down and to rather than : most of congressmen from the penitentiary. phenomenal influx of agents r,epre- up of Deseret have not supported the paper the seeds of contention. Were conditions the saruo in Wash as it should be, and the editor removes to se n ti n sr arm ers o f N ebras ka an d Kan sas a field where the sheckels will come in an ' 111 be . . UiJ.iiJ unwavering D. C, as thosej, that obtained more j eaas that, ma very raw ington,u,uu. to readily. The paper was a credit friend of fch6 yolm people whose moral in. Utah when the ofNe-ph- i Millard and Eastern the of one people good County 10U campaign nvater will go tip per cent. i.t is welfare is of morje importance than excessive can eongrHtuiate tUemselrea that it the an Washingbegan, piety to on of the easiest; things earth come to them to stay. Its policy is has well-nigh unplant are those whose habits - feerlas3 and would The have tonians Blade's proaggressive, and its matter n mortgage on yuur latma u changeable by adva nced life.. well and newsy put together. foundest sympathy. But the conditions lnrhosf anri nn of the hardest iobs in The B lads is "o The and file of the peoHowsoever-mucrank h are exactly opposite. (Note Hits' world to uproot the greedy plant. UnT people and with thj e people,'"1 and will those outside of Utah may condemn ple of Deseret did nobly in their support .'J less-th.above advice is takert,your child- - continue to be a 'fearless advocate of the e practices of the Mormon' 6l The Blade. Ed. B1 lads.) an which and is that unflinching on right in ft y b$ comjjelled to seak ihomes people, those that were realy acquaint- is. wrong. TheJJtah Enquirer! and The Blade, of that wlpich opponent or Gentile,) with on several occasions be Jew plains of Kansas, while (whetherlthey have erossedi wea With the foregoing introduction, we the of know ran-grtheir the that Mormons, inheritanceaj occupy and for that reason the following take up. our staff for a journey that for of plural marriage was, to them, pons, feorfe thatbecome victims of their own or practice is more fully appreciated: weal or woe depends iipon our new as honorable, just as pure, just as just oiUvs'M'. folly. found constituency. The fearless editor of the Millard Coun holy and binding- as were the monoga ty Blade, J. F. Gibbs, baa removed his mous marriages among keen edeced cutter to Nephi, where the . rhe Salt' Lake.market is just now sup name Blade will probably be retained. Those resided Utah the in that during STRENGTH THERE .IS UNION IN We wish Edttor Gibba'success in his new tjUed with early' vegetables and fruits of pious hypoerasy, know the venture. crusade tfmjGalifornia. Green applea; 12 c per sacrifice that was laid on the No truer; words were ever spoken migh-t-1?. Jji?tr think what'a boon it Would be than the axiom ajt the head of; this altar of obedience to Nationjal law by MAY SEEM HIGn. ii.ffUSetfJVP.- or Denver people would. pu?h articlei and wedesite to .ma are a text or the - Mormon people. The thousands ' of Mormon Hagars, driven into the "road tin to Oar Dixie;" instead of it at this time, j The price asked for ad vertibing space There is a J.vhrtnsftnrlfl nf .dnllars froinsr to California feeling among wilderness by that law! and who, in c i ty. that, si he 3 the loneliness and sorrow are serving out in The Blade will iery likely strike ?very:spring and early summer; for rege- - the people of this divfsion on partv tines, the spirit of the hard sentence of seperation, bear the business men as being rather! high i tables and an.advanta be would it Irait, The silent witness to the cost of. obedience. But all will concede that it is better has been waning. i mentis exchanzeof S lit L,ake merchandise enterprise cause for it, so it. is alleged by many, They know that the tenderest emo for all parties to pay; higher prices for I'or Dixie's earry 1 iZQtables 'and fruit, is foundjn the intense spirit pt partis- tions of the human heart were rent space and fill the balance of the paper a perV;hti3 prornoting home industry and an ism that the discussion of; politics asunder that Mormon practices might with reading matter,! than to spread " naneat blessing to both sections of U,ah. has engendered. So bitter,. so said, be in harmony with the demands of the the ads over a large and cheap space at To spread the has this feeling become, .that Republi majority. The details of that struggle the expense of news. reduce of course, combosing government ot Chile cans and Democrats uo longer iWTo;rk to will ueverbe written on the pages of ads;would. but the result will be simply gether, as; they; once did,, for the gen mortal history, only the recording angel expenses, s trying to ape the Yankeo gold-bugand" material advancement has noted the events of tjiose days. this: The Blade will either'be a pa t ia'd want-thlatter ten better; by making be true, as it The case has been appealed to the per in which the people of Juab Couuty of the' place, one A the 41 to ratio between silvsr and gold donbtless-ito a certain extent, right Supreme Judge of the Universe for a will take pride, or ifcj will seek refuge in ind to ihotv how plentiful ilver ii now is a gooil time ita begin a jeforrn final decision. The Blade says it was in oblivion, ' 'that dijuinltire parody on nations, they A little reflection wjll convince an3rone right to obey the laws of the, land, and ' v ,st v t.hsir J jvjrt. tS,ai lutn a daddies so of the folly of su.Jh.-- condition; and it further says that, considering the Will our exchanges kindly bear in mind ' iat it was ruore valuable as bullion of the ease 'b which it may be .rem moral, or immoral, condition of the that The Blade's 'present' address is Nation, it was an act of stupenduous Nephi . We value all 'of our Exchanges or Mian- n aasr and so the dollars began mov ledied. n firm iu this city, hypoerasy on the part of the people'of the matter would not be mentioned. In one 'UYZ to l24rop.-Iis uunecceasary to state one Repub the East to firsf 'cast aistono" at Utah. ..Uhat cAile i3 now won-- ri ng" ' whereas he there is one Democrat and lican. Politics does not enter there as But if even at this late1 day, the govin at.' Don't judge the future of the Blade by a disturbing factor in their business ernment shall as rigidly enforce the . relations. Roth are intent on making law in the District of Columbia as it the present number. Kindly bear in mind , ni i.s rumored that sockless Jerry Simp-interests a success. Such was enforced in Utah, then will a por- that we hardly know ,'a score of Nephites, their joint dimd drouth-curse:on will leave the facts as the aforegoing should be object tion of the sting of discrimination be even bv sight, i Also that we have not yet of JAt3 of Kausas and move to attract ties. extracted. If those that hav3 charge discovered the avenues through which lessons to the members of-- both-paa of Is it of the Edmunds enforcement in the under the Nebo Iliservoir. ,bat a .jjo condition is possible is likely to coma. ; law in Washington will place deputy news matter to start general way Ivwstbl that sockless marshals around the . domiciles of all ...... ..... 'a Pop factory-i- Utah? Salt'Lake "suspects" and hire "spotters" to trail If the people of Nephi .especially j and of There is not a city south of generally, will just rally has better facilities for distribut- up transgressors andput them "behind Juab irihtii.s; irapression" of'the Blade that''merchandise and homo products the bars," an effectually stamp out aroundCounty the Blade, we will furnish them in its new homo 3haU prove to be a good ing of the out to the "peculiar" Washington 'practice one of the best papers south of Salt.Lake than Nephi.- Stretching one, tl. 11. Pulvcr, trie ilLADii'rf unsur-- 1 South is tho Union Pacific R'y. The "keeping mistresses," as has been Kvery dollar will be wisely spent rood climbs the pass be- accomplished in Utah with reference fo City. pi 33 2d printer deserves the credit. Vally Sanpete in building up the ;Elade and in im tween here and Sanpete County and plural marriage, then, and not till proving it. The BlAdb's two years ex income-ta- x 'law like turns southward connecting at Manti then, will the Mormon people believe Vv'hy i ; th. will be they wore not. the victims of .snpecliv-,tv- perience out oa the confines of the-.- ' Great hvi old IJevblutlonary firearm? Because with tbe Denver road, which ' sectiiriAnx-ant- , .American JTlesere, has. jxQt engendered sum . to.; -- . a , j anti-polyga- non-resident- s, welcome or.-publishe- s law-maki- ng ; s I yeara T XL, ; ever-gree- erst-whil- tLhe-euuscorche- - ns . j ; - 5 well-defia- ed it-is- . little-tom-fo- ol s, erai-welfar- If-thi- s ; s l- r -' V i i . . i well-know- 4 . I -- i Ua-n- j Jerry-intend- -- j i .' - . 5 - . ; ' . rsc-t-n- - t e : i s-- -- ldnad-r-JKt . -- j rushed forward -- Mafysvalcthis Physician andISukgeon. It is trusted that our correspondents down in Millard County will not forget the Blade, and that they: will send us the news, as we need your services more OFFICE : At the uoldsorongh; Hotel. liovits x to 4 p. iu. i Utattr than ever. This applies to all those that Nephi, have, favored The Blade .with news THURMAK $ WEDpVpOD items, or to others that will thus favor us. oi T av. Attorneys .ait' In another week we will have a good in Deseret who will keep! our readers apprised of all iteoi3 of interest Room and that may transpire in that. region, includ- First Natioual B.uk Building. i cor-respond- T ent 1 ng Detroit district. - - PROVO, It may seem' like supreme gall on the part of the Blade to sit down in a verit- - S ,M , UTAH. ' J J S '.V ( ' '. V - - . albe grav-yar- d for newspapers and! ex- pect to escape the fate of ita predecessors, but its experience of two years Jias so toughened and tempered it that it cares The nothing for newspaper tomb-stone- s, is Blade looking not to the past, but to the future, with faith in itself and cpnfi- dence in the enterprise and patriotism of Its constituency as ,wel as old of friends that have promised to that fv stand by .UB.'v-jt.- !'.." j. f.;. new-foun- d! ! !r'---'!::i-- K. ' ',"!" : ','. .' "... 1 - V ;!'v; ':y. PETE VALLEY. Spray.. Fruit Trees, " Struts and Vines. :l 'i Mr. Ifornung lianas. In a Few Items-iW- elWe . come;s the Blade tp Nephi, Oar long-tim- e and esteemed friend, J Buy Myers' Spraying) Pumba.. 1. Hornung, agent for the S. P. V. K. 11. ItesponsibJe agen lis wanted, with headquarters at Manti, was in town everywhere. on Wednesday and ran in to say, 'how Liberal Commissions, Paid'.. do you do," and to welcome Tlie Blade " ". '1 '. to Nephi, which will be Mr. Ilornung'a greatestlvariety The permanent home. From him we glean from which tp select. the following interesting items. Prices to siiit been has backward Spring unusually Remember: throughout San Pete this year, but the Garden truck rainfall unprecedented. and vegeta bles are somewhat behind, but F. E. Myers & Bro are the largest toe grain ana; grass crova never have American Manufacturers been better. Nof Pumps and H4yinjg Tools, Business alohg the line of the San Pete Valiey road is very good. Large lots ot wool and grain are moving in each direc you don't want tion and travelers are plentiful. Pump IMPERIAL, Everybody is busy in the SanPete towns. Business activity and local improvements At a reasonable price, are going on! all over, especially "at the larger centers-- such as; Ephraim and Manti, where much building 13 being We offer until sold, aw1894 Styles, done. at $3.00 Bach. If any one is in the slulmps, it is the sheepmen, whoasare not receiving as much tor their wool they say! it costs to raise Order W. A. WookJs' 'Mowers, SAN? - - .. 1 . :' sy - 4 ?; . j u. -- . j Up-to-Dat- it. e, Minneapolis pinders, Kakes, Funk's Lake.SanPete's own pleasure re Tiger KKoaf rifWhiof tHl n A n ' r IV i no sort, is booming to the front. The late re Dl,.nn:iHi all and Machine Jxtfas now. novations and improvemeuts made by the are attenpresent managers attracting tion, and already two or three excursions Don't Wait for it to Rush. oer week are billed. The Morrison branch of the San Pete Valley, running ail stocks near lands excursionists the .1 or - grounds, within a few.yards of the lake. Recent reports from the Morrison coal fields are very encouragirig and no doubts now exist that the Sterling- Coal & Cose Co. have an unlimited body of as good, il not better bitummus coal than is found anywhere on the continept. by 3 ! Lake City J cjgaen, Logan , Utah J Iiaho Falls and Mjutpelier, Idaho. r Sa lt A word In Your EarIts a word of advice and suggestion. It will. save you money if you. heed it. Times are not as good as they ware. They are improving, but still we must ali retrench. Formerly we could afford to subscribe for Go half a dozen, possibly, even a dozen,ueffs- WA60H & we Now and must papers magazines, get fclong with two or three. ' Our home ODELLJ GEOREG paper we must have cant getafong with Gojieral Manager out that anyhow. We! always found a good deal in the other papers aud maga- Advertisid? niatter fre; eon zines that wedidn't especially care for. application. If we could just get a good weekly journ al that would give us the cream of all r these other papers and magazines, the thing3 best worth reading and preserving f Ovl1 we could save both time and money , and the and with still keep up world's doing thinking. Well, now, you can just get such a journal, ' 'Public Qpiuion," pub lished in New Yors: City. A - 50-OPERA- I TSy iilSeiflE j -- t , ,, - a f- Special Excursions East Via tbe Union PaciSe, June 17lh. On above date, tlie Union: Pacific will sell V non-Mormo,- C. S. HOSMER, . ' - There ia a propbay somewhere ia the ex-- . ,3ibla (no time just now to look up the act place) thai tells of fearfully warm It is believed weather in the latter-daynhe prophecy refers to the fact that the wickedness of the people would, dn some .vi', be associated with the "heated :.r:a." Now if. some financial prophet a 111 arise aud point out the relation between hot weather "dowa east" and the of the people on the wicked perversen-es'sound moaey"doct.rine;and further en- ::ree the proposition by pointing out the ifS that out here in the 18 to one 1 states he weather iz luxuriously cool, it will speedily convert, the gold bug3 to free . liver. If the recent hot spell isn't suffi-.un-- ; ieatly C3nvineing, the West should .ie in a monster petition to King Sol to focus once more on tbe gold bug states. The nrobleiu of free coinage would then ijg solved by. a wholesale migration of gold bugs to theailver states. re- - ' about the average freight on merchandise frorn Salt Lake to Nephi, jor the shipsaving on less than car-lo- t ments of freight from Salt Lake to southern points. Another advantage a whplesale house at this point jwould have over Salt Lake; wholesalers,! would be that it would save the Qopsignee from one to two days in receiving his goods and which is always a grj;at advantage to purchasers of job lots. An additional advantage of the But we would rather see establishing of a wholesale house: would pointing. The Blade' buried in Nephi and an accrue to all the local dealers in that, unpretentious little epitaph (engraved they would also save the price of freight to its memory in the hearts of the peo between Salt Lake and this point, and ple, than not to make an effort to which, during the year, would jconsti-tut- e broaden its sphere of usefulness. quite an item in the profits Should death be its fate, the effort to If the people of Nephi are not able live among you will not be regretted. to establish such a business, they can The efforts of The Blade to secure unite in an effort to induce the estab- ''I patronage will not be characterized by lishment of a wholesale house by outg methods. side parties. The effort would be sucaggressive and Our efforts will be at once persistent cessful, for capital is not only Iwilling and gentlemanly. We hold no mortg but eager for safe and profitable inage on the good will and support of vestment, Such a concern would add dignity the people df Juab County. They know'The Blade is here to stay either and prestage to the city, and is Only one alive or dead. It will require only a of the many things that can be; accomsmal! amount of nourishment from plished by burying the political hatchet each of those, amply able, to keep The in business matters and acting in con- The Blade. Blade alive and in a healthy and cert, mr-hi- Quite the habits of extravagence. verse. IMPORTANT. mer. This condition furbishes a means of out-le- t to both the western and eastern chains of valleys, and along which are situated the principal towns and mining camps of Southern Utah. iNephi can get car lots of merchandise laid down here as cheaply as can Salt jLake. Such conditions would be a protection to a' wholesale house establishied in Nephi of about $10. per ton, which is ex- cursion tickets from points, in Utah, as follows : To Omaha, Sioux City, Kansas Chy .$30.00 and return 37.50 To St. Louis and return 42.50 To Gliicag-- and return Ail tickets will be for rstui n until September 8th, 1835. .The Union LPjacific is the shortest and fastest line to all points East, operating Pullman Standard and Tourist Sleeping cars, Reclining Chair cars and Elegant Day Coaches and is the only line operating Dining- cars. . ... call on Union' taeific agent For ' D. E. Bckt.ey, or writeparticulars Gen'l Agt. Pas'gr Dept. Salt Lake City. r3 f ' 4 ; ;,y;5iJfc r ? k f i .1 . . K ' 1 3 , Alias Snmnioixs. I t&ij.'. M M f tJ . 'V In the District Court of tlie First Judicial trict of. the Territory of:Utah,Utah Coimty.' Luella Gilpaitrlck, plaintiff, vs. Benjamin defendant, The People of the Territory of Utah send greetjLOCAL, ' . Tr ing to Benaiuiu XJilpatpick, defendant. fTrtt. Traiii. arrive and dep&Vt it various station You are hereby required to appear in an action brought against Syoii by the above ("daily as follows : j; named plaiutiff, in the district Court of the Southbound. Northbound.. Stati(infe i J Arr. First Judicial District of the Territory of Utah, fj.i v Arr. C.30 pm 10.40 ai?. and to answer the complaint tiled therein, 3.10 ni 2.CK) am ... . Ogden within ten days exclusive of the day of serv- 1.20 pm 3.10 a;n Ar Salt f.v .").'.! pm ice) after the service on yon of this sammoim T.'amLv.lLalfeJ Lr. 5.10 pm if served within this County; or if seived out . ..10 am pm Saiuiy: of this County, but iu this District, within ... Eureka, or within otherwise . . forty, days twenty days"; 4.12 pin default will be taken against you, ;S.42 aja. . Lehi J tnt-judgment by of to this complaint. prayer 8.50 am Amer'iii Fbrk 4.03 pui according The said action is brought to obtain a decree fl.5j aia Fieas't prove O3.56 pm out of this Court dissolving the bonds of mat. O.laam jjjv I'roro.j. Fdrk 3.KS pui rimony now existing between the plaintiff and i.34am Spanish be awarded the and 3.01 that defendant, pup plaintiff 9.52am ... PayHOp-l-.:l 0.55 am .... NephU . . . 2.00 pm custody of their minor child, Claude Gilpat rick. Plaintiff alleged that they .intermarried L'vl.20 pm .at .Nephi, Juab Countv, Utah, on the ..3rd. day Arl.00 pm 11.55 urn Lv I of November, A. D. I8sll. That on the 23rd' day 11.25am i,1.33 Leamivgltpn pm d of December, A. D. I8f.)3, the defendant mn .... Oasis J. . 9.55 ani a.tr, the crime of adultery with one-- Miranda 4.10 pm' Cle.w.IjUe 9.10 am Itoberts, at lianosh; Millard County, Utah;. .w aut Ar) 5Wli-!- L.v (.wi"fv.That on or about the '3rd day- of May A.D. 18iM,t 8.00 am Lv ford kr 6.00 pm the the cefendant, disregarding an solemnity 10.00 pm .....FfifoO,'... his marriage vows, wilfully and without cause h Leave; Arrive deserted and abandoned, plaintiff and .ever tuii daily except isUX since lias and still continues to live seperaw and apart from plaintiff, without any sutH,-cie- - Twn thrnurrh trAitlsj dally " from Salt cause or. reason." Plaintiff prays for genJBast, Lake to all pointsPalaC eral relief. :. j rriYmiiWvPiillman For f tiller particulars see certified copy of without to chjange Lake Chicago on file herein. 4 ccmplaiut rmwnvpd Tourist SleepeJls. And yon are hereby nOtiued that '.if you fail j , Free Eecliniug Chair carp. to appear and answer the said complaint as . i. coaches. day Elegant above required, the said plaintiff will apply .to service. ajning car The only line operatlug the Court for tne reilef therein demanded, and line to all pointf aBd .fastesft shortest The ' costs of suit. ' .Witness the Ilort.!"' William II. 6 S. G. Drtf Atrcnt. Oasis. . Kipg, Judge, aud the Seal of E. D. Burley, Gen'l Agt. Ijassgr. Dept.r of the First ,the District Court Ticket Oftice, 201 Jiljain st., Salt'Lake. City t Disti-icin and for the ,E- - L. Lomax, Judicial Gen'l Pas9gij and Ticket Agt. iTH. Dickinson, Ken'l .Territory of Utah: thisof 2nh Omaha Mngr., our of the in SEAL;! year hundi May, S. UjM. Clark, day ' ' one ' thousand .Lord eight Oliv W. Mlnki red and ninety-live- . E. Ellery Andefsonj ' '; Clerk. J. W. Bea.si.et, JohnjW. Doane, a mp. By Geo. Have kc Clerk. . redbrick R. Coudert, Deputy .TJfcei J. 3M.IUr?o',.Au;y.fQrJ?laiuWP DisGil-patric- k, I TIJ 1 TV-l- j T.tv-i.v-e I I Fa-irrteU- i i f IB: L j. . com-mite- .l f - o-- ! . j" ( f 0 " nt . - - . . . ' . i , , ' . - i I ; i - . - - '. v; '