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' 1. . "r" r: 'J t , -- TIE ENSlfiK,. PUBLISH Kit EVOY & Neptii, ... communica- P. (3. Box 2 Utah. '-- r.::7.n:: Hollo PuBUetHKi. prompt attention paid to all tions. Address: The Ensign, & H tH kf M Juab Co, U,T. !N"eplii Feild il a ij FKibAY AT II Vol. . .UTA.1-1- , jSJICPIII. ITRl'DA.Y UNi;1, atw any-wliei- e. s uro-li.ig- il at Hyde A The capeis of the petty thieves are becoming very in motonous. Such tilings' as wagon coveis. whips, coll. us, etc., aie Heavy hail storm in and around Nephi being continually t.ken from campers on Monday last. and otheis. and it is high time that some If you have not registered, see Mr. Lar- vigorous sieps weie taken to catch a lew of these thieves and make examples of sen at the post othce at once. them before the law. A reward is olfet-e- d Mrs. Alma Hague Jias been suffering by Ostler & Sons to any one severely again tins week from her oid who will imform. Take notice of it and complaint. help rupthe thieves oat, is John C. Ostler met with a vetv serious having the fence Hague Judge around his residency replaced by a new accident last Monday, evening .He was and better one. leadmg'aTio'rse from One portion rtf the' held to another: The hoise nude a The hail stoml on Monday last scatter- lunge forward which pulie.l Mr. Ostler to ed a few of the fruit buds but otherwise tne ground,. Juqt ,as lie yras wfllng it did much good. kicked striking MrOsltbr sqtiaie The horse The recent winds spoiled over twenty' in the lace with both feet. but luckily no bones werp thousand brick that Air. Beasley had 011 was shod Mr. Orders face is in a very broken. the yards drying. bad condition but yet he is progressing II. M. McCuije & Co. are the agents for very favoiabiy. ,1 ,the celebrated Iron Fire Proot Pault. in short that a Rumor whispers time, .Give them your oiders. there will tiansprem Nepiii a nunifer The Ensign begins a new year satis- of mariiages at or about me same nine. fied with the past and vvitn lull rtonli-- , The men whijse'dniihletf aCfe rgoimef ted fbis. VV right with these deuce in the futme. Jr. Wm.Siumnr.il, John EdgluJl and Uni. Mr. Southworth of P. V. Junction,, Alpin. The ladies respecuy ely are MKi .spent Wednesday and Thuisd.iv of tins Lome Beasley, MiysLLzie lTirkman, Miss week in Nephi on a visit. Alice UdaJI and Aliss Fanny Wilkie. Is this the resell of tile lucent. dedication and collectors postal of The assessor the Aland Telple, or is it Leap A'ears 111 few a cards will be around now days. doings or did it come about naturally? We liave printed a lot for him. On Tuesday last, Justice of the Peace, Still the music of the stone cutteis as. K. Black had a case which, lud. it chisels and the newcouit house begins to not been for the action of the defendant be suggestive of its future appearance. when brought to tiial, would have been most disgraceful. At Beasleys brickyard The Ensign has had a birthday, but it last itlieiwi--known was not celebiated in any otliei way than as Friday, Hugh aWeal, and powerful large Hugh .Smith, done of woik amount being extra an by man, and a S'xteen year old sou of Mr. on that day. Dial got to splashing waiter on each othT lie er. & of Co. SaltLake, larger one gut vexed and slap-lie- d W. J. Sumtnerliays the boy 111 the face notwithstanding Wool dealers, are conducting a biancii ot rWe d. m ano- that lie originated the .trouble.' Fla was their busiuess'ur-Ncpbt- . brought to tiial, plead guilty, ftdcnowl-e- d ther column. ;eu his wiong and was let oil by tinnthe county $7.50. A pleasant evening was spent last ing into the coLms Wednesday by a iiumtier of tlie liiends Among many other items that .ire ,of Aliss Lena Sclnoder at niat lailys crowded out ot this osue sa her occasion builiday. the be.ng home, letter I101.1 Sect y. Blair of the Board ol Groatnls in mi Uapii-Deputies McClelland and Norrel have CommissioiK-ibeen making themselves cjnspicious Salt Lake U:tv. Tin s letm asks for in their specimens ol sLnr.c, ill.'.; Uj U '..ill that again about Nepln. iuey caught meshes Kiehaid Jenkins and L. A. Badey. tnev might be le.ted as the uiie lo.st d adapted for all puiposes Will be J.T.Woods is furnishing the best quality to be used 111 the Capitol Bullof bread to the public. Families intending ing. Samples sent should be addiessed to use bakers Oread and tiiereby s.ne la- No 40 .Mam street S. L. Ci.y and should bor and expense at home, would do well Be 6 or S inches square nicely d leased. to call 011 hint. Tlie letter came ur.e week ago too late fur pubhi atioil of even not.ee ot it and deliver The Utah Gazetteer has been it 10 some oftiie men interested relem-d in Nephi. Nt phi shows up weil in it in lock in Nephi which resulted in suvui-a- l of name th.it is and ads. by stamped by being sent, specimens litfar lmw a 'Little Chicago. Strange will tle thing go. A QUICK TRIP., Strawberries are being carried around A. AJ. EvQitSj with W. 1. P.ottn in the town each 11101 rung and me selling lc.idi-lf- , business, left .Montreal, Conadu, slieep week ot the In the foie part they centb a quait. lney Wednesday niurnmg at e.ght oclock, sold for twenty-liv- e wall two cars ofsheepr; route tor Nephi. sell nuw for twen.y He at rived here on the noon train L.-the sheep coming in oil tlie Raileys case (the usual charge) which was brought belore commissionei freight last night, thus making that long Morehous on Wednesday, was contin- trip of about 30U0 miles in eight days and ued until the 2nd day oi July because of a half. Talk about push and conventhe failure of the deputies to get wit- ience of f.est lailrnad travel! Preparations were made for a three w eeks trip: nesses. The sheep have received the benefits ol Mr. Beasley has a kiln of ninety thous- the fast tup and aimed here nt exee-lecame from and brick fur sale and another one of condition. The siic-eone hundred and twenty thousand abjut Akddleb'.iry, Vermont .i of- Mopire.il, . ready to burn. The biivkmakem don't Canada. work all the year bi;t they get- theie in the summer. DEATH OFT. J. WRIGHT. Mr. Coray of Salt Lake City lias been in the few last the days .around Nephi Cuuceinmg tlu death ol Kail Wright interests ol a new papei to be started in which transpiied on Sunday May 27, the the capital by himself and oiheis. The Western U'eekty will appear some tune 111 Butte iter Mountain has the follow lug the month of August. to say. Previous to his tip his rewas a Air. in sidence Wrgh't Walkervilie, The sheep herds have been causing in His citizen ol and land the to owneis Nephi. respected trouble liiglily some near Levan this spring. Seveial owneis lriends here, will appieciate the respect have been made to pay for the damage that has been shown luni bv- his new their sheep have done by grazing on cul- fiiendsas announced in the following. tivated land. E. J. Wright, a well known and highly , There was stolen from a wagon Camp- respected citizen of Walkervilie, died at ed just noith of Hartleys saloon last his home in that city at 1 (clock yesterTuesday night, two pigeon wing blind day (Sunday) morning. He had been bridles. A return ol the bridles or m sick but a few days, being attacked fitst formation leading to the lecovery ut the by erysipelas in the face, followed by a Sons. severe case of pneumonia which resuited .same will be rew aided by Ostler in his death. He leaves a wife and two We have had three o our old Nephi children. The deceased was bopi at .subscribers go back on us, and many more Enfield, Conn, and was about 47 years than that come to the front and pay up old at the time cl liis- death. The refor the last and present year. Thats not mains w ill be sent to YaRhtm Mass., Ja bad record to say nothing of the new for huYiaf and will be accompanied by solici- the family. The body w ill be escorted patrons we have secured without of the tation. to tilt-- depot by delegations orders. Masonic and Pytlfas Knights yf Among the items sept in by our Levan The procession will lflivt tim family resol May 22nd idence under at 2. in order to have djite .correspondent which were unavoidably crowded out plenty of time to reach the depot and at that time, is one concerning the failure make necessary arrangements previous & Sons of that place. to the pf the firm of Bosh firm depaitme of the 4.40 tram. has become bank- .Meetings of Calanthe lodge K. of P.,anc( He states that this of sheep they Monitor lodge A. k. d: A., ate called for rupt and that the herd has been turned had in their possession and 30 p. ni. to moi r w- - Deer Lodge o over to Mr. White of Salt Lake City. of Ruval Arch ALisons will meet chapter that the stockholders are likely to this evening to take action in regard to lose eighty or ninety per cent, ol their tne mourniul occasion. W. H, Jiavidson will accompany the investment. As many of them are poor his is a Revere blow. remains east. y M vj' I. fS Vice-Preside- - 1 1 V ENSIGN. V- One Year, Six Mouths, .. Three Months Advertising plication. iN'o 1 f A i,L SUBSCRIPTION 11AIES: 12.00 1.35 .75 Rates forwarded on w ap- NOTICE. FIRST NATIONAL Notice is hereby given that complaints in regard to the assessed value of any property forTei ritorial, School andCountv taxes,alsoforSpeciul!chot,lDjslrietScho.l Taxes, or applications for abatement or OF remission of Taxes for the current year, must be made to the Board of EqualUT-AH: ization, at the office of tlie County Cleik ISTEPJECI, in Nephi, Juab County, Utah Territory, Paid Capital on Monday the 2nd day of July A. D. J888 $50,000 between the hours of ten a. in. and 4 p. m. or forever be barred according to the Surplus 10,000 provisions of law. G President ,'lm more, By order ei the County Court, ! 7 jv.i ,':ce W. A. C. Bivati, j Directors. !? L.i. Nephi, Juab County, Utah Ternturyjmle J.is. H. MviYders, 4 th, 888. Mbit; In, Jr. lk.q Alma Hague, Cashier. NOTICE. Deposits eceived subject to sight drall The will be a meeting of the Stork-hokleorcheck. of the Nephi Mill and Manufac-tuiin- g Money loaned on approved security. Company, held in the South School House Nephi, Utah, 011 Saturday Collection made with prompt returns at lowest rates. June 9th, 1.588 at 8 oclock p. m. lor the purpose of voting for or against an as- We sell exchange on leading cities of the sessment of the shares of said company, and to consider the matter of increasing United tates, also furnish sight drafts or the capital stock. remit funds to all prominent points in By order of the board. Euiope. Alma Hagi e Secietaiy. May 29th, 1S88. A N: 1 1 is . Correspondents HOW TO CURE SALT RHEUM AND TETTER. Many persons firmly believe that salt rheum and tetter can not be cured and quietly submit to be tortured by them. If cents in a they would invest twenty-fiv- e box of Chamberlains Eye and Skin 0,nt-mei- it and apply it as directed they will soon become convinced of their erior. It almost instantly relieves the itching and burning sensation and has cured many cases after they had resisted Ml to twenty other treatment for from yeais. Tiv it. For sale by D. O. Alimir Nephi. New York, Kountze Bros. Chicago, Union National Bank. Salt Lake City, Deseret National Bank San Francisco. Pacific Bank.:L tn Dr. D. O. Minor, ' s oflice-seekei- non-miner- 1 2 o - B tr lecom-nieiidy- - A.r' .t N0T1C EOR PUBLICATION. No. 2,925, U. S Land Office, Salt Lake City, Utah, April 27th, 1888. Notice is hereby given that Ilium Juliiiaon of Suit lake City, County of Salt Lake , Utah Ter., lias filed notice of his intention to apply at this' office, the U.S. Land Office, in Salt Lake City,, Utah Territory, on Monday June i8th,t888, at 10 oclock A. M. of said day to quake Desert Entry upon the S. J of the S. E.' J Sec, 12, and N F.. J Sec. 13, Tp. 13 S. JlIYSICIAN and SURGEON, Range 9 E Salt Lake Meridiau, contain-- , ing 240 acres, tint portion lying and beOffice at Miner &, Cos Drug Store ing in Sec. 12, ! p. 13 S. Range 9 E. having been returned as mineral or coal Hawkin': Block, Main street, Nephi, lands. And that lie will then and there subLIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS mit proof of the character Remaining in the Post Office at Nephi, of said tract before the Register and Relor the month ending, Afay 31st, 18S8. ceiver. All persons desiring to claim Fossitt .et Aliss Duggin Julm said land as coal land can testify at that Hendersen Jas W Iloieinun John time and place as to its mineral characMoiteusen Anna lurfer V G ter. Nielsen S p W NorgnierJas D. Webb Register. Nielsen Niels Peter Pitts E C 2 & IIovve, Attys. for Wilkes Lois Peftut W Taylor Applicant. R WiWm C A- Jas. Larsen, P. M. IIUCKLENS ARNICA SALVE. APPLICATION FOR PATENT. Notice No. 1691 O o p CTP United States 1. and Office, pj W Tlie best Salve in the world lor Cuts, Silt I.ake I 'tv, Utah, Apnl 4th, 1888. CX2 Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever On tin- Cententhat Notice is hcit-Bgiven ers Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, ChilAlim. ; Company bv C h.ailes nial CZD blains Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and W. Bern.'. I' of .alt Lake City, Utah, positively cures Piles, or no pay required its Ikes dent and attoinev in I ict, has O It is guaranteed to give perfect satis56 made application for a United States Price 25 faction, or money refunded. Patent tor the "W. W. C. lode mining rr. s box. cents per in mill Tintic site, situate claim, and For sale by lyde & Whitmore. Mining DLtra 1, Juab County. Utah Ter7 7T crtD"J .a ibig of ti 51 feet con linear ritory, Z 2. rrsn of the lode, and surface gtound 2 u feet The many rases of rheumatism cured actes of the mill site, wide, and 5 P3 CO by Chamberlains Pain Balm during the being Lois No. 163 A and 167, B respectiihed in tin- field notis past few months, have given the people vely, ami iji and plat ot tlie official survey on file in great confidence in its curative proper- 01 ties, and have shown that there is one this ollicc, with magnetic vanalion at cro O Vs preparation that can be depended upon ifi degit-c-r p 30 cm.utes cast, as 1. Blows; p3 for that painful andaggarvating disease. Tin- kale cla.m is described as b.ilows Mr. Geo. C. Davenport, one t.f the lead-lin- g a coiner ot Conmii'iu in;; at post No o retail druggists of St. Paul, Minn, N 15 the claim and V, mining I11 regard to Chamberlains Medieet to iost No 2; says' Xl deg 57 min W 105; 3 icines, am pleased to say that I can rethence N T,. deg 5 mill E us feet to V' commend them with confidence, that t post No 3 flout winch U. S. M. M. No a tliev will do as much for a person as any-- j feet beais N 12 lieu 29 mm W 2192 tiling in the maikut. Especially am I tiuii emm-distant, ami tlie quaitei-se- i rpleased with Chamberlains Pain Balm.M common to Sec. 19 dp. 10 S R 2 W and ees No one afflicted with rheumatism can use Sec. 24 dp. 10 S R 3 W beats S 23 (le-.d CTO it without benefit. For sale by D. O. Mifeel dkiant, and post 55 min E 2001 JEl No 1 of the V. W. C. mdl site beais X ner, Nephi. feel distant; 24 deg 42 mill E 4120 and from said post No 3 limning S 16 deg feet to post No 4;thcnce 10 min E t'ot S 73 deg 50 mm W 200 Ieet to said post No r the plan; of beginning, containing a total aiea ol 4 actes; excepting and exclud ng however from the foregoing desenbed area so unit h of the same as is embraced and included in the Silver Gem lot 128, the Blue Kstk lot 67 lot 75 and the Centennial Lmc-kthe area olauncil ejng 5 Ipl'i-acies. From the nniiuie ol tiic s.'titlierly end line tlie discovery point of tlie claim BOUGHT A NO HANDLED ON COMMISSION. feet bears N 16 deg 10 mm W 699 distant. Furniture Co., Xcphi. iriih Co-oT lie .Mill Site is as follow re Oft o! Commencing at osiNo a comer the Represented by JOHN, F. LEE. the W. clqini, from w hich post No 3 W. C. lode claim beats S 24 deg 2 nnn V 4120 feet distant, and U. S. AI. M. No 2 bears S 53 deg 52 nun W 27187-1corfeet distant, and the quarter-sectio- n ner common to Sec. 19 Tp 10 S K 2 W and Sec. 24 Tp toS R 3 W bears S 9 deg 17 min W 5648 feet distant, and from said T1TH! k T .1l.: E S3, XKT post No 1 TUipimg N 73 deg 25 min E to S thence No 2, 3S5feet to post deg 35 min FI342 leit to post No 3; thence S 73 deg 25 min VV 351 feet to post No 4; thence N 27 deg 22 min W 650 feet to post No 5; thence N 73 deg 25 min E 32 They ill! pay lie market price for tin atae articles ii Cash teet to post No 6; and thence S 27 deg 27 feet to saulpost No r, tlie min E 297 Kill slip WOOL oa comissii, and mate literal airaaccs place ol beginning, containing an area 4 or they s all ot which is claimed, oa all there being no conflicts. The said mining claim being of record in tlie oth'-- of the Becoiclerl a;d mining district at Silvc r City, inju.m County, The nearest known locations Utah. being the Stiver Gem lot 128, the Legal lot 132, the Blue Rock lot 75 and tin; Centennial I.meka lot 67, all lode mining claims. 1 direct that tins notice be pn. dished in The Ensign, at Nephi, Utah, the newspaper pubh.died nearest the said Which they will sell at Salt Late PRICES, mining claim, l'ji the period of sixty davs. D Vcii-- Register. Ap2')lc.8 free-trad- 11 n 1 Vice-Preside- ) nt Rcpublii an organs to howl. Tlie fair sample of 1 e r ut'erances. The St. Lotus Convi-nt'oisexpecteul to ie the shoitest on record, and 110 one ihitks it will last moie than two days. 1 he programme has all been tut and dried, and the only thmg for tlie cunven-tier- n to do Is to indoise it. The platform is mi echo of the Presi-der.t- s message. For the first tune the Democrats came out squarely in favor of a revision of the tat iff, a reduction of and entire removal of duta-- from the necessmics ot lite. It is a free wool cheap iron) cheap wood pt'ornmeiamento. There is no stiaddling, no compromise, nd evasion attempted. It is the Mills b.l! in a paragraph. No, said a prominent Democrat Sen-atV- v this afternoon, i am not going to SL LquIs, por do I know of any good reason why any one else should go there. Nbjtonal Conventions are intended for thu purpose of giving rspiesentatives of thd party throughout tlie country an to simply exchange vtt us as to pp'itical policy and confer as to the nomination of candidates for the offices of President and but this e convention is to meet simply for the of indoismg what Grover Cleveland has done. The President and have already been nonnonteil, the platform has already been adopted and all that is necessary for the convention to do is to meet in a hall at St. Louis, C?J the roll, and elect a person who will sav All in favor of obeying Grqver Cleveland's orders will say aye, eveiy-bod- y will say aye, and then the convention will adjourn. It wouid be a good deal easier, and save Suo men the trouble and expense if taking a long and tiresome trip, fur tiro President to simply annuunce his will in the newspapers and say, I olid Thurman are going to run for his fail on President and e a plat'oim, and whoever dont like it can vote for other liien.Oi lie could have Scott announce his programme m the House and Gorman in the Senate, and all this trouble would be saved. I do not propose to participate such convention. The voice of the people will not he uttered theie. and only the President's praist-- will be sung by a lot of jxistmaslers and pur-pc&- . y, Tfe harmony that exists lluouHiuut the Demonatic patty causes tlie land in the V:ce-Pres;de- the-hors- yes-teida- aimmu gMWPnng3m3oitTx.jaMu ' , I v' S, 1RSS. -- 1 AI-.s- ?.W c TIE J B J FINANCIAL STATEMENT A. M. Everts iwin Addiq nt Co., Vet, tnont arrived if town Tljursilay With tivp cais of registeied Vermont Me: mo Rams Of Jiiah County , in- Utah Territory, There are over three bundled ol them for the fiscal year EniUiKf May The Roberts House, Provo is the Ho- and to W I. Brown of this place. belong Hist, 1S8S. tel at which you can jet best accotmnoda, They aie a choice lot of sheep. Mr Brown tions. Telephone connections, billiards will th-herd. own lor h.s keep liliy of RECEIPTS. and bath rooms at disposal of quests. The otheis will be fox snip shortly. See W. D. Romjrts, Proprietor. announcement fitter. Have you registered? Mr. Woods bakery is about c rnpleted. is only w.nt'ug now f ai some i misii-- I fie What will Nephi do 011 mgs from Salt Lake C ty, I le h is baked Fat Calves wanted at Wright it Cos. 'same biead, some of which we It ive seen and lasted andn'.ecan say unhesitatingly Tomorrow(Sat.)is your last chance to that 110 better bra.l has keen made Jf he iloes the sami work when register. of a l.'g p in business hi-iAnd wlnJ.esi, Wind, windy, windier, need be wished linn Xoswiess still more wind. et it. because lie is ahei.dy New goods just arrived . ,r!:. LOCAL ITEMS. Whitmoies. fr TfY) 65) h Ywv. i Pi g'M rir? ..0 1 - County Warrants paid and presented to the County Court June 6 th, 1687 165:1.63 ii.o.on Salary ON HAND i Juab County Warrants$i6344.37 Other Counties 38.59 Cash 743 58 cn X 1 tlu-ni- 1 a 1 r 0 71 26.5-- I 1 - Total $33737-9- STATEMENT OF AMOUNT PAID COl'N'1 Y OFFICER. . EACH TO 1 lion. Ama Hague Probate Judge J. A. Hyde, Selectman 400.00 197 .00 61x0 lid win Booth 75-- ' C. E. Nielsen N. P. Rasmunsen 93.6o Wm. A. C Bryan County Clerk 720.00 Edwin Harley County Treasurer 100.00 I lenrv Adams Prosecuting Atty. 722.00 1. F. AlcCune Assr and Clr 450.00 Simucl Cazier Sheriff 521.05 F. V. Chappell Supt. of District Schools , 150.00 Chatles Price County Surveyor 9.00 11,80 Wm. W. Allen Coroner M. Don Quarantine Physician 60.55 K. W. Chappell Justice of the Peace 6S.45 Nephi Peace . jas. R. Black : Ne()hi 34.95 Peace Delos Lombard Tintic 167.90 " Peace R. V. Tone Tintic 61.20 240.00 J ilm Sidy.ell Constable Nephi 6.00 Meshacii Pitt 71.00 Charles Haynes Tintic W. T. Stanley 26.15 107.10 J.T Sullivan A. G. I'yper Road Supervisor Nephi 280.20 Levan 13S.50 Eli Curtis " - Mona 5 34-Edward Ivay f " Tintic 69.00 F. W. Lamb , , Total Office of 1 the Cotjnty Clerk, ; Nephi, Juab C(iuntjy,.'Utah, May 31st 1888. 1. Wm..A. C. Brah, Clerk of the County Court ot Juab County, Territory of Utah, do hereby certify that the foregoing are true and correct statements. In Testimony Whereof I hereunto set my hand and affiix the Seal of ss j said Court at my offide in Nephi in said County this 31st day if May A. D. i888. Wm. A. C. Bryan, Clerk. Audited and approved by the County Court, Jut.'je qth, j888. I Salt SUMMEIMAYS and Nephi, Lake 0 & CO., . 778-100- 0 City IW! a 1 p 1 1 0 C. Andrews & Co., WOOL, IK, PELTS AND GRAIN. 0 Cnipmts. e , , They also carry the BAIN and MITCHELL WAGONS and the Woods Mowers I Harvesters '