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. the Hlft Merit Mns Mn.v Madt. You esmi'.t advertise money out of ro-ile- 't A food wash for the hair is made of eakt of Castile Soap and an ounn- - ui jwket ail the time; you may do is iivw ali i then, hut if you don't (rive theni powdered borax dino'.ved iu warm wa-- lething of a!.o!i;to merit iu return, adter. Wash the hair id it, riu&e and vertising iii ue er prove suivcsgful 'I he Ki.ui K. Takkek. dry. ka;d nf advertising thai pays is advertism Thtr it mora trouble in hiving nothing a pood thinp. As it lias merit the people "ill use it atr.un and Never has tt do than in having Dii.tu to tins boen better ill i.st rated than iu the Tour With Bowel. ( E4aeat L'reat suci Casearets. caudy cathartic, Catar raUiartk-- . cttr rotwt'.patiita forever that we have been lately advtfrtisinp in ttto.tfc;. It C. C C lail.urivKi.st:, refund .ouey this paper. AildrupnUtt call Casearets. Is often slow A mat who leads a far-- t that t people buy them. like them, and buy them apain and nvmnineud them ia paying his del is. to their friends. I'asearels are pua: aulced Pitt t Oure for Consumption has atvad to cure cotistiputiou er money refunded, ait laritt docuir bills. C L Baker, Kih and are a delightful laxative and liver Rf8Bt Sq., Philadelphia, Pa., Deo. n, lSj. stimulant; the b st medieiue ever made. We recommend all our rea lens to try them. An alimony of Rn a n.mi!l is worth niure than the average h usiiand. to keep aiive In your heart that little spark of celestial tire called girt. Wlwliw'i Boothlng To l'l- - n i. ! fti il.e g unu ParefclltrrntMthiiig ai I"""", cunx "in J cone .rp r.du-- . tnflra-HM- tfuuiliou.a. INFLAMMATORY RHEUMATISM. From St Ltwrcsi-- Pia.nJealer, Canton. N Y. To suffer for ear with a prevailinp painful ailment, which baKsd tdtiiifu! tuwiiral cured by asmipls treatment, yet household reme.lv, is the lot hieh befell Mrs. lieorgeL. Ki'pers,of W?t MaiuStiet, Canton, N. Y. "Thirtetn years ago," said Mrs Ruprn to a reporttr, "1 was aitacLed with iurlaim and a complication of matory rheuniatii-idiseases. You can judpe somewhat of what 1 endured, when you look at these hands. They were distorted, twUted and swollen, ily foot. too. is so union out of shape mat the hip toe la s across the others, thb end touching the little toe. " Not wit e lititf Sledge Cigarettes, II Gennany'sexport trade has increased per cent since 1872. 44 40 I was the means When the Ittags sre attacked and the Symptoms of consumption appear, theu begins the struggle between attection and that destroying dneae which slays ha thousands annually. H is a happy issue to the struggle when disease ia conquered and health restored. Such an usue does Dot always eud the struggle, but it did m the esse ol Mr. K. Morris, Memphis, Tenn., who saw his wife wasting and weakemug and physicians helpless, and then sug gested the simple remedy that wrought the curt. He tel the story thus: 'Seven years ago, rav wife had a severe attack of lung trouble which the phv- The lcians pronounced consumption. was extremely distressing, espe- was at and dally frequently night, attended with the spitting of blood. The doctors being unable to helo her, I in duced her to try Lr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral and was surprikrd at the great relief it gave. Before using one whole bottle she was cured, so that now she is strong and quite healthy. That this medicine saved my wife's life I have not the least doubt. I always keep Dr. A ver's Cherry Pectoral in the house. Whenever any of ray family have a cold or cough we use it, and are 5 comforts, iiie to me Kie Iar f ro m enjoyable, for ail other tamps pale into iu-- t p n iticance hen ou are wu bout uood i Goes to Church. health. 1 1 A promptly cured." -- K. Tenu. Memphla, MORKIS, The question: "Is consumption curs, ble?" is still debated, and still debatable. It is easy to say that this was not a case of consumption. Yet the physicians said it was. They should know. As s matter of fact, llr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral hat wrought so many similar cures that it seems to argue the curableness of con. ' ' u' ., Th. :, dv. trouble than Dr. cine for pulmonary Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. It ives relief in cases of Asthma, and Bronchitis, where lief has been heretofore unattainable. It promptly cures Coughs and Colds, La Grippe, and all affections of the throat and lungs. Heretofore, Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral has beeu put up in full size bottles onlv. at fi.oo per bottle. To meet a world-widdemand lor a smaller package, the remedy is now put up in hall sire bottles, at half price v cents. Write for Dr. Ayer's Curebook (freei and learn more of the cures effected by Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Address J. C. Ayer Co., Lowell, Mass. of thl5 Schilling's Best Baking Powder to a quart of flour. You must use twi teaspoon fuls of other baking powder. r tstT A ir--i or- - in .$1 Patriotism. Splendid Book for the Development of American uie 01 nanu l. n maruj Beaimiui The Written bv Anna A. ;rlon, for 21 years tier private sec- friend. Official memorial volume 4) retary and most intimate eniiorsed by the W. C. T. V. The Most Popular Book of the Century. o pn(trs. beautifully illustrated Siie 8110 indies, nea.-l5: 75; I Luxe Edition, Retail price. Cloth. $2; on receipt of price. Jj.75. Sent postpaid 4 Buinmary example, assuming the uniform or displaying the flag of a foe; the murdei of those who have surrendered, whether upon conditions or at discretion' declarations that no quarter will be given to an enemy; the use of such arms or nrojectiles as will cause unnecessary pain or suffering to aD enemy; the abuse of a flag of truce tc an concerning gain information enemy's positions; all unnecessary destruction of property, whether public or private. They also declare that only fortified places shall be besieged, open cities or villages not to be subject to siege or.bomardment; that public buildings of whatever character, whether belonging to church or state, shall be spared; that plundering by private soldiers or their officers shall be considered inadmissible; that prisoners shall be treated with common humanity; that the personal effects and private property of prisoners, excepting their arms and ammunition, shall be respected; that the population of an enemy's country shall be conin sidered exempt from participation the war, unless by hostile acts they of the enemy. Perprovoke the sonal and family honor and the re ligious convictions of an invaded people must be respected by the Invaders, and all pillage by regular troops or their followers strictly forbidden. How't Tbla! We offer One Hundred Dollan rewtrfl for any case of Catarrh that cannot, be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY 4 CO., Toledo, O. have known F. We. the undersigned, J. Cheney for the last 16 years, and bellevt him perrectly nonoranie in an uumness transaction and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their ttrm. West & Trnax, Wholesale Uruggitta, Toledo. O. Waldlnt;. Klnnan & Marvin, Wholtwale Drumtsts. Toledo. O. Hall's Catarrh Cure It taken Internally. acting- directly upon tne niooa ana mu Teatimo. nous surfaces of the system. rials tent free. Price 75c per bottle, bow bv all drugfflsts. Hall'a Family Pills are the best. ; - The more heart we put into a hard task the lighter our toil becomes. FAST TIME TO CHICAQO Boltoltora Wanted lverywli.r. 44 Tl Rln Grands Western Railway. ttoJhjerdveaiillvnitdeeUingthlioik. 'wiiTX most lilieral terms; credit given: freight 4 ''aSW A irli,V anA l.rm frre. Write for out fit rWff. nniA.neceMrv: Commencing February 6, the new time BOOK COMPANY, Dept. 30 card of the Rio Grande Western goes into fjj MONARCH Aii.li.li. M TMutf Agftnta for tli. I'il-i;nmi111. l't. Kttfl.nd, Ciu.it. effect. The At'antic Express leaves Salt Oakland, Cal. itv'lf Chlcaio, Philadelphia, T. nffice. ; t Address nrarest Lake City at 9 a. m., arriving at Penver a. m. the following- morning and Chicago at 8:13 p. m. the third day; mak ing connections with limited trains from Chicago to New York. The evening train leaves at 7:40 p. m., arrives at Denver al 9:15 p. m. the following night and Chicago at 8 a. m. the third day, making close con nections with the f ast morning trains foi New York and Boston. Both of thes through trains are splendidly equipped with all latest appliances and convenience! and carry Pullman Palace and Pullmas Tourist sleeping cars as well at free Re- clinin Chair Curs. Ticket o(S, No. MS Woat Soiond South street. (PostoBlee A at 9:30 "A TRAINING IN CLEANLINESS IS A FORTUNE." COMPLETE YOUR EDUCATION WITH SAPOLJO n i.i i WE HAVE NO AGENTS hTd told dirrt to the t who) (or 25 alt price. siD)t him tht 4eir pronu. snip 07- trnt rn her It il EUHABT WARFARE. of Theiu at Ohterved by Civilized Natloiia. The "laws of war," as at present formulated by the civilized nations, forbid the use of poison against the enemy; murder by treachery, as, for ing teaspoonful of CKLa ABB 118 gt tS for lr or of $ttt Topbuxip ttf, WftfTjaa. eu.miiiiio. tr..s .e .c .C' rx .x k tiiciet. tii y - p- nita r.':wt coiner.) k Itimwi, fid t fro. Milk &nd lrf. frt twnd for BAMESi WU. CO. X 4MHarrr- FrlM. Tlth W. B. PHATT. . eirtio, Iwnpf. tilt tor fstt. m- KLKUAfiT. UK. Tbe above Is from Harper's Weekly organ of tbe liquor trust and genera! In political scavenger for terests. Its ungnsn eanors were threatened with deportation during th civil wnr. &r.r. - .&. Sr. - ECONOMICAI PURE, STRONG AND 15 4 U. S. BAKING POWDER. Inst a iood a the 1 ic lot lit Triei-- l'i.wleni and ('nuts Hut Half the Amount. ni r f .1. ant home andother LAWS OF MODERN Use only one heap- f 1 piea-p- ; of saving it. U Lave a j MY WIFE'S LIFE." How i at V tried different doctors and manv proprie j was not benefited. tary remedies, hut l.ast March 1 tried lr. Williams' Pink Pills for 1'ale People and before bad flnisb-ethe first boil bepau to fe"l that they were doing me pood. I continued Using them and steadily prew better. thirteen boies of the pills "1 have and to day feel better than for the pa-- t tif teen years. Wr appetite is pood, 1 feel TO CCKE A rol.D IV ONE DAT. bright, cheerful and have a desire to live Take I.uiative Hrouio Quinine Tablets. All and enjoy society. Drumiisus refund the inonej if li tails tu cure. gse "I have been a member of the llethodist church for manv years, but for six ears Many men who po to war fall in battle was unable to attend. I am able now to at and are lost others fall in love and are lost tend the church services repularly and ceriu the matrimonial shuffle. tainly appreciate that privilege. 1 consider Pink for Pale Peoples Williams' Pills Dr. wonderful medicine and am confident lie other madicinecouldhave effected the wonderful cure they have iu my caae." Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale Peiiple art composed of vegetable remedies that exert a powerful influence iu purifying and en richine the blood thus curing man y diseases. for Sets. 20 a n I Beauty It Itlood IFeep. Clean blood means a ciean skin. No Sonietiuits an eye is not as black as it is beauty without it. Cascarets. Candy Catharpatted. tic clean your blood and keeps it clean, by stirriiiiT ui the buy liveraud drivinp all for Fifty Onta. from the bmly. Betrin Guaranteed t baern habit cure, makes weak banish pimples. boils, blotches. black headt itn urong. Muo1 iiurs. Sue. to. Au drutUl and timt sickly bilious complexion by takiup for t n cents. All drugIt's enoupli to make the pjt boil when Cascarets. gists, satisfaction puaranteed. 10c, ijo. ;0e the kettle calls it black. Some screws used in watches are so Hxailarht Jul,kly lured. small that it takes oNl.OOOuf them to weigh Dr. Davis' never fails, 23c a jKiuud. A word spoken in due season, how good Bmoke 1 me a ry s lio v e , Hit. YOUR GROCER SELLS IT a d EVERY CAN OF fl U. S. BAKING POWDER W '.) AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES: vi Is Guaranteed 5 OZ. CANS, io CENTS. 8 OZ. CANS, 15 CENTS. 16 OZ. CANS, 35 CENTS. vl AS STRONG AS ANY ON THE MARKET . . vl vi vl OR MONEY REFUNDED. U WHY NOT TRY IT? vi 0 A'll that w n "nr in B. i ttel tnfM ,,nt A P. t""ir trnle iltxa r K. :i taklii' i.e." ht,! tna ti tr.:i.Te 1. to hurl. v wh Mm vi nf Mit .ve t..t,l Itukn t' " 1'i'i'l'T " ll(-i- " ANNUAL CONFEIIKXa: hiv fjnutitv hth ln" "T"r i iiin-K- m" )t timfihly "un" hich In ni,m 'Ue,,ce. vl; yf 1... ... ..1 on.n-u- . V, The Baltimore and Ohio Southwestern Railway Company lias changed its dining car system from table de bote to a la carte, with the result of increased profits, better service and greater satisfaction on the part of patrons. The cars are open for business during the entire time they are on the train and the innovation seems to Two Wtara. . f 11 auvie i mem HKet Simplicity and purity are the two w tsc to abstain from aipninp notes for which a man U lifted above other people, aud from giving mort-- wliitt by all earthly things. those were the means by Simplicity is in the intention, purity winch many lost their homes, lie spoke in tbe affection; simplicity tends to a':it of the work Wing done by the God, purity appr'eudg and tastes l?o missionaries of the church, and him. s OF THE PROCEFDINQd OF THE 66TH SESSION. RESUME Mmny Topic, of lnir.t thepekerm- -I Touch. d t p,,u ,,, said what they were accomplishing n as only u bepiuuiiif uf what would he done iu the future. r..l-',- , ulUet W.rart ltel SaH Lake City, April 11, The annua! conference is nvr. The t first session was held April i. WoodiurT spoke brifdy. welcotu-lothe memlHTS Ui the coiiference. lie said that there was a great change o aentiment in the world toward M,.r monism, and that the work of the was prospering year after year, lie closed by invokiup a V.essiup upon the people anti the eoufcren President (George Q. f aiiiion followed with a diaeours... iu which lie eu',iirK-i-upon the matter of the fulfillment of the prophecies. of Joseph inith. bUtititf tliat many lnntanee wnere tne iiuutrs he had foretold had happt ui il to the letter. He likewise touched upon the missionary work which is hemp done abroad, referring- especially to the fact of the that Klder Anton Htwelve apostles has gone to IV.cs.tiue. witii Elder K, F. Hintz, for the purpose of establishing there a gatheritig place for the Mormon converts in the Orient President Joseph V Smith's address was devoted principally to u statement of the duties of all members of the church to the church and her priesthood. President Lorenzo Snow spoke of the duties and obligations of all members of the church if they desired to render themselves in their first life worthy ior their second estate. He referred to the pleasure which the contemplation of work well done in the past was to every one and particularly to the Mor mon people, who had accomplished much in the last years. He said that it was the hope and conviction of all Mormons that the time would come when they would return to Jackson county, Missouri, whence they had been formerly driven out. It would not come for some time, but the younger members of the church would see it. The church would then he reunited, there would be a united order and all should devote themselves to a prepara tion for that time. The speaker closed with a tribute to President Woodruff. Heber J. (Irant said that he believed there were few in the audience who could rise and say truthfully that they had paid their honest tithing. There was a tendency, he said, among1 the people to settle with the Lord on a basis of 10 cents on the dollar; they tried to rob him of the other 90 cents. There were many, too, who have not received their endowments, and looked with indifference upon the subject, and If they were asked if they would be willing to carry out their vows, they would be loth to respond. It was the duty of all the peopletopay their tithing and offering, and their works would be blessed if they were faithful in this duty to their church. Apostle F. T). Richards spoke in much the same vein, recalling that before the revalation as to tithing was re ceived the people gave themselves and all their goods to the church. He advocated teaching the principle of tith ing more in the Sunday schools, that the children might grow up with the Idea in their minds that to pay the tithing was one of the vital principles of salvation. "If we teach them this in their youth,'' he said, "they will take to tbe paying of tithes as natur ally as ducks to water." sixty-eight- h i'resi-tlcn- ii - SECOND DiY. The second day of the annual spring conference of the Mormon church showed a marked increase in attend-ano- e over the opening session. Abraham Owen Woodruff, who was made an apostle at the last October conference, was the first speaker. He referred to the fact that manv Mor mons had connected themselves with religious organizations and secret or ders not countenanced by the church, and said that he regretted that this state of affairs had come to pass, for the gospel as taught by the Mormon faith was all, he said, that was neces sary for them, lie deplored too great rivalry in business matters, as it led to distensions among the people, and what the church needed most was union and Mathias T. Cowley, the other apostle chosen last October, followed, speaking of the work which is being accomplished in the various missions which he had visited of late. He touched with pride upon the work of the Mutual Improvement associations, which, he said had added 13,0"" members to their ranks.- He said tliut the present rumors of war were but verifications of the prophecies which had foretold the warfare of the uali"ns, from the effect of which the Morm uis would be safe and unharmed. President (ieorge Q. ( 'annon read a a portion of the Doctrine and Covenants, and Preside nt W'ilford Woodruff spoke for nearly half an hour. Most of his address consisted of anec. dotes of his early life. (Mails of how he had been on several occasions saved from death by drowning and other causes. He turned to the subject of the impending war and saiil: "There over Israel, ia going to be a over Habylon and nwf the whole Christian world. Here in the Doctrine and Covenants you may rPa'l how it was revealed to us. war, yes, there will be war, and many trials umi tribulations among the generation n which we live. No power "ve heaven can stay it. Xo power on earth can the prevent the fulfiilo" nl of prophecies." Tlimu 1T' Apostle speaker, discussion urged the M. W. Merrill was the first to the. lie devoted w"11' of the ti tiling system, aud l,u ir due to people to paf No good action will hinder thee, if thou be inwardly free from inordinate affection. If thou intend and seek nothing but the will of God and the good of thy neighbor, thou shalt enjoy eternal lib- have met sengers. w ith the approval of the pas- Apostle .lohu Taylor followed in the same strain, speakiup particularly Nothing is more tiresome than a woman of the mission work iu Colorado. He talking of getting married. always erty. was lie said, with the idea If thy heart wert risht, then every which had been propsed that women creature would be a looking-glasNEW SLEEPING CARS of should be sent with their husbands life and a book of holy doctrine. To Denver, Omaha, Kt. Loait, Chicago and There Is no creature so little and ab upon missions lttMton. lolin Henry Smith followed, referring ject that represents not the gooduss The Denver & liio Grande railroad of God. hricrty to the subject of secret societies line of the World announces new A pure heart penetrateth heaven and important additions to their a'.rea ly and life insurance societies. lie said it would be far better for the people and hell. Such as everyone is inward well arranged sleeping car service. In the so he Judge! h outwardly. t,, orpauie .societies of their owu in ly, future, this popular line w ill run through In the be If there world, surely joy each community than to join outside weekly Pullman Tourist sleepers to Omaman of pure heart posseeseth it. ha, Chicago, New York and Boston. also to be and let their organizations money And If there be anywhere tribulation St. Louis witlnut change. These cars t from home. and affliction, an evil conscience feels will start from Portland, Oreguo, thus Turning from these subjects Apostle it. giving benelltof through service on OreSmith paid u tribute to President An iron put Into the fire loseth Its gon Short Line, as well as from all Utah rust, and hecometh all briRlit like points. The excursions are personally saying: "I desire to raise my voice to comfire, so he that wholly turneth hiroiielf conducted and furtiishall the conveniences mend the position which has been unto God la purified from all sin and of regular Pullman sleepers at less than half the cost. The St. Ijouis car will leave changed into the llkeuess ot God, titlicu by President McKiuley with reThomas a Kempls. n O. S. L. stations every Thursday and spect to the present Spanish situation. via Rio Grande. Western railway, It should be the prayer of the Saints Klrlvn On, every Friday morning. The Omaha, Chithat the Nation should le preserved If your seat Is too hard to sit upon cago, New York and Boston sleeper will from war, and that the efforts for mainstand up. If a rock rises before you, leave O. S. L. tuitions every V eduosjay taining pence be carried to the extreme roll It away or climb over It. If you aud Salt Lake every Thursday evening, that w ar may be averted. The prayer want money, earn it. If you wish for thus affording the inestimable privilege of of the people is that lioil shall guide confidence, prove yourself worthy ol a twelve hour lay over in Salt Lake City. the destinies of tliisgoveruuieut, w hich it. Don't he content with doing what For rates and all details, write to B. F. DeKevins, General Agont, or H. M. Gushing, bears a mission of liberty to thehuman anothur has done surpass it. & II. G. Railway, Salt Lake T. nice. We claim and believe that the serve success and it will come. The or any Oregon Short Line or Kie was not born a man. City, sun boy The ot a the constitution nited .Stales is like a rocket or go down Graudo Western ticket agent. revelation from (iod, and opens the does anot rise fired bullet from a gun; slowly like door of liberty to the whole world. Search the Scripture but surely it makes its round, and Let not the people shout for blood, but never tires. It Is as If you don't know where to look for cany to be a pray that (iod may guide aright the leader as a wheelhorse; if the job be a month's rent, read the hand in which are placed the destinies Psalm. If you are lonesome and long, the pay will be greater; if the read the ninety-firof the people aud niiike that baud tusk he hard, the more competent you unprotected, find yourself losing conIf Psalm. you It. be do in to their defense," At the con- must strong read ths thirteenth in men, fidence clusion of Apostle Smith's address the If people kicks over a lie will find a big chapter of first Corinthians. Whoever congregation and people arose and breed of others pelt you with hard words, read the hiding under it. sung together, "My Country, 'Tit of fifteenth chapter of John and the flfty-flrThee." Head the AUverl lieuieiite. Psaim. If there is a chilly sensa'resident Wilford Woodruff spoke You will enjoy this publication much tion about the heart, read the third brilly, saying that the day would better if you will get into the habit of chapter of Revelation. If you are all came, and come shortly, when Jesus reading the advertisements; they will out of gorts, read the twelfth chapter Christ would come again to the earth. afford a most interesting study and of Hebrews That day, he said, would be during the will put you iu the way of getting mind has a continual feas t Th c lives of the younger membert of the some excellent bargains. Our adverchurch. tisers ore reliable, they send what A Period Apostle Francis M. Lyman followed, they advertise. Type of Iht Highest Orderof advising that the people work and Excellence in Manufacture." Suspicion is a robber who conceals a pray for peace. He said that Utah drawn dagger under his cloak. would send her quota of men if war There is no pathway through life that came. "We love our country, and are docs not have some roses in it. to serve her if the time conies," willing Don't Tobacco Spit ant Smoke Tour Lilt wm. be said. "If the Nation is in trouble, To quit tolmcco easily and forever, tie t tali will send as full of life, nerve arid vigor, tuke No-- i generously as her that makes weak men tlie sister states. War is a terrible thing, strong. All ilruggUis, sue. or 11 Cure guaranand should be kept from the land if teed. Hookli-- and sample free. Adiliett Sterling HeuiodJ Co., Chicago or New York. possible." No matter what a man's opinion may lie, DAY. War was on the lips of the speakers, if he violates the law he is open to conviction. (ieorge Q. Cannon pleaded for a cessa tion among the Latter-daTo Cnre Heartache In IS Minutes. Saints of AU Take Dr. Davis' the war spirit by which many were stirred, and commended the course of bruggisls. A good many people make hay while the. President McKinley in seeking to over Absolutely Pure, come me Delicious, aimcuuiet without a sun shines, and then let it spoil. Nutritious. resort to arms. Apostle Franklin D. To t'uro C'oiiHtlpatlon Forever. Take Cascnrets Candy Cathartic. 10c or2So Richards also touched upon the im If C.UC falls to euro, druggists rofund money ..Costs Less man CUE CENT a Cup.. President pending national strife. Reform is used for almost as many purWilford Woodruff was again heard in lie lure that you get the Genuin Article, the afternoon, and the voice of the poses, nowadays, a electricity. at DORCHESTER, MASS. by dt aged leader was plainly heard through Star Tolmcco Is the leading brand of the because is best. the it world, WALTER BAKER & CO. Ltd. out the crowded , Scr-ni- ()g-oe- IA.,r. I twenty-sevent- h st at 1 itefnis nwf-neti- c, wonder-worke- Breakfast r, (pa y ''SLIP building. Apostle Franklin I). Richards spoke Established 17S0. In the British army there are ll,000mon first at the afternoon service. He at least fivo feet eleven inch es in height. called attention to the current rumort of war, which he claimed were a ful hllment of the prophecy uttered many years ago by the modern War, he said, was one of the prophet. signs which is to proceed the second coming of Christ. The leading sermon was by President HAS MANY IMITATORS, BUT NO EQUAL Oeorge Q. Cannon, who referred diwar rectly to the prepared on condition, and spoke strongly in favor scientific princi of peace, if that could be had without ples, by men who have had years of a , the sacrifice of honor. He quoted from i 17 -H ' experience in fancy laundering. It prophecies of Joseph Smith, in which restores old linen and summer dresses XlulttiMGUOKINII the assurance is given that this land their natural whiteness and Imparts to m ct m pm mix nit in ks shall be fortified against all other naa beautiful and lasting finish. The tions. Whatever Spain or Russia only 6tareh that is perfectly harmless. might do, this laud would remain free fOUNO THIS JrCH WILl M Contuins no arsenic, alum or other inHALF AS FAR A3 PfjijMD from bondage, for this promise had OF ANY 0THIN81AHCH. jurious substance. Can be used even been made by the Lord to his prophet. for a baby powder. w A rnnf- iinni,i.pn inut--n dkuo 1 he j.L.nuo . country had been blessed above finioiirii-KrwIJivfafnuw Cl ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT AND TAKE NO OTHER. Lt "rui all others, and had been blessed for aA.i.,.-.- Ui -ii divine purpose. All efforts to establish a monarchy upon this continent have been futile Even Maximiliun with the combined power of France, Austria and Spain supporting him was unable to gain a la Tlrtlm of wat 1a coUiU "For intlx jretrt Iforni. eat nothing its orl monarchical foothold. but milk leant, utul at tlmeaniy stomach would rrcsident Hoodrutf made the not roLaiii anil dU'eM evi-- tli.it. Last Marrh I began taking1 CASt'AKKTS and since then I address. He spoke of twomeu twe stmtiluy Improved, until am as well at I ever was in my llle." who appeared before him on one occa Liaviu H. MfliPBT, Newark, O, sion and said .that Joseph Smith had u He I for them rebuked apostatized. CANDY ' the remark and told them that they CATHARTIC I jfj SLICKER -At-themselves would apostatize. They afterwards did apostatize, but after stufmv fVctiy rv in Hie wards returned to the church.' Mihit'ttitcs wtli .iinji'pnint Ak fur Hr:lll.1 St.. KT irm,kT h.h of Woodruff his re President told rt w. It tt'i l'r vtl in it is ?.i!in-ivt t Or your gret Unit Joseph Smith did not have a n Mv A J. T IV. son living to bear the testimony he had Tine Com". Pt P!fannt. Pi'nt,ibl, laid dow n his life for. The prophet Wpan'ii. or tii 11, 10c, itio. Ut.Kitj, Movt-bail never ordained his son Joseph to ... ... CURE CONSTIPATION. t. Tcrfc, sn the presidency of theehureh. He him Sl.rllt t- i; op.r, fckt, al-self was present at the time Joseph C"it anil ii'irnrtiwt Sr tMflrnt-KUIf! Tfl J or Pooplo That Arc U"lW (ills to ( 1 HI luU.nu llauik Hick or "Just on't Smith conferred all his keys anil Feol Woll." authority upon the twelve apostles. onlv oni row a oose. .riT frin- Presi lent Woodruff added solemnly Kcmevn PonpiM. c .rot Huiaacht. Uyiptptia tntf 't- - a at Inivi.u or tr null CoitlnMt. that perhaps he was the only living btuipiu dec,26 altr-- Or. BoaankoCo, ANY AERMOTORVA a. l'bii. l fAI witness of that fact. Conference then FOR A ROLLER I (hyr run. BE ARINC for six months. A adjourned BICYCLE 'Ai wa JrSEND FOB fv ,"ii.i, ftfUMiiiif, powaril'"' cc. UP TO DATE '98 iw I inin itraiic it itnueia, tit American Milimrl-i- i In Kjmln. CWfcAT CLfcAHINC bALl of V7 mnA fnii;;ift "JW0TOH.8F1, POn SO; if t ti,ci '. i,nJ ' m nii.FM, y.7ft I" IH. hrnt on n"i New York, April 11. The American ' imrt.t. artr r. Wert U uN p trifft'uf r,il FrrfM0 .nwl.'n il ttf will. iff for fur r .,.11 t:. It"ofwhrtl hi '"it nk'fiiU. J Hoard of Foreign Missions are eon a F.T r. " h U I r'K 4U VVtSTO eerned about the safety of the mission .!.. HI'i... I W. 1 Iff V" I !the nfw C1U iv aliiiiiwiirtil. peatsthe old as the PEAT THE WOODEN WHEEL.! 13 OLD aries in Spain. The five American UmI tw tltut u f amount hi iffwii nli Uiy lut bIaih bonk of art, t iu I. l v4 jT Vitifi Kill ftn. to rr nr cin ona wm w Mb missionaries now in Spain are the Rev, u ny 11m t'niii rtnrt. l" n.i lotti'ttffl. K. li. mkxu i vn.E o., Chicago. l'U( J& r whwl ti not au Armor, wnw rcr m tfcTA It W illiam II. (Julick, Misses Catherine H. tr it f '.ri"i ti n ru4r l a.. l'hWn. L. Harbour, Alice H. llushee. Mary I I" Hit HKIllll, .lili'CI"H- 1. thV Page and Anna F. Webb. The recall II will rfrle s H Mb N II Vnfi :yick I S 7 a Claim slme ih Curiia. Proiccutisi of these would result seriously to the Hiaf! NtW DISCOVERY: ti. nrl jiili k ir word which has hi en carried ou since W'irt mason, ffnwick ' I'M 'il mil IO CISTH tr I I H N Mi. ALAWRENCE.Wa-hrecalled 1ST'-P In case the minister is Kri e, 1iim.'s. '. n.n.i.anMa. irnttuii'itl I. for :(Tifl on patent run Hintni rrl r'neM. the missionaries w ill also leave with ntiiTPnmry nllniHina ftOup. tiippii n,iv out delay. liriti tii Typewriters ,.i,, kvtU:t-KluTr, Colo. The Casper Wyo., Derrick, hiischangl Vomit No. 16, 1898 .t W. N. U Salt Laka tin.-- . uunti ed hands, lion. Kmeraon 11, himbai "lll S r.;i. 1 ini Aotiwct coo Athcrtin'mcnts will kbca aud Kindly lias purchased the plant Mention This Capet. mm tiuue the paper. kg 7U IRONING MADE EASY. Spanish-America- n This Starch JA 1 OF CMC A AND A j A il i- dye-pepa- ?Mi PQtTsL 1 i ffo V3' luntta l HI -l r M , Mri4..-ii- . . I rtf FILLS 'I ft ! : '. A V. ti - i I I M. .!'"' (I , 1 "ir-- if . 1. E fc ti.-- (. I i . ir".v?,w PENSION I Pr-rif- 1 . if" - DROPSY nirriiTO l .n-f- -. . hl -- tin-- .