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APPLICATION FOR PATENT. ' N KltO Nil 17 jJ. Vuited h t.itc-- Silt 1 xi UH FiU:i(illT BUAKEMEN. t j, &A. ) Lftkt; City, rtali, Suv. 20-.Notice : hereby jjiveu that the Centcuni.il Kuri'lui Miniu; (Juinjisiiy, by Charles W. tcu net its L'ro'i L-j-. tin i a.t' ruey tu faciei Salt J.ako Ci.v, Itat) h. s t'.iM apjilieauou Iu. h l.iiite 1 it ite I'ntci.t tor tuu Kuu.lidi io ie mui inty claim, Mtti'.iv i.t 'iiutic Mining VsxiikU, Juab County, Utah lYftVMry, ,.i 1174 linear ua t .J tuo Kite, tin.i b trim,, ground 2W) ii et u i ie, litiug b t No. 1m and n )t ai.d p.at ui the Uhri C ill the survey on file ia tins "fli- - e, '.vitn magnetic vari alien at Id degrees tid Uiiirib ., east, us follows: Comenciug ut post No. 1, a corner of the claim, SoiitU li'. deg. So min. hast and running th.-ncool feet to post No 2: thence South 27 deg. feet to pot No. 3; thence North 73 hast 023 feet to post No. 4, thence .leg. 50min. hast 20.1 North 27 deg. West 143 feet to post No. 6; thence North 10 ileg. 80 min. West 531 feet to post No. 6; thence South 73 dog. 50 min? West 200 feet to said post No. l,the place of beginning, acres; excontaining a total area of 5 0 pressly excepting and excluding however from he foregoing described area eo much of the same as is embraced and included in the Centennial Eigreka Lot No. 07, the area claused and 0 acres. The discovapplied for being 4 deg. 30 ery point of the claim, bears South-1man- fast 58 feet distant from the middle of the Northerly end line of the claim, and feet distant South 67 deg. 60 min. East t4 from post No. 1 of the official survey of the W. V. C. Let H3 A , niid South 11 deg. 32 min. East 3308 feet distant from L'. S. M. M. No. 2, and from North 40 deg.S'lmin.W cst957 Section Corner Conlmon to Sec. 19 T. 10 she S. K. 2 IV. and Sec 24 T. 10 S. K. 3 W. The said miningclaim being of record iii.the office of the Recorder of said mining district in SilverCity in Juab County, rtili.fh He irest. known locations being the W W. C. lot 3 A.,dJ!us Rock lot 75, Summit lot 11, wild Ceutenniai Eureka lot 67, lode claims. direct that this notice be published in The ENbKis, at Neplii, Utah, the newspaper published nearest the said mining claim, for the period 23of sixty3 days Dew ebb Register. Nov Jan 4 U-- 1 APPLICATION FOR PATENT. Notice No. 1768. j United States Laud Office, Salt Lake City, LUh, Nov. 20th, Notice is hereby given that Reins Lombard and Peter RdOdy of Eureka, Utah, lud t'.ie Centennial Eureka killing Comp tne, oy CliarlesjW. Rcnuett its President and Alton. ey in fact, of Salt Lake City, Utah, lone mute application for a Cniteil States Paieiit for the liureki No, 5 lode mining claim, situ, e iuTimie Mining District, Juab County, UtaLTm r tot y, coiisisiing ud surface grouinl 200 linear tcet of thebaic, tf 200 feet wide, being l,..t N (I. 170 and J ca ri nisi in the field notes alid plat of tlie ofiieiat surver on ht 16 file in this oliice, with magnetic degrees 3') minutes cast, us follow - Commcne at port No. 1, a corner ot the chl'ni, from ing w liich U. S. M. M. No. 2 i.e.r- - North 11 deg. 37 ami running mm West 2W9 2 10 feet di-- t 'V a X, to post to mm. y thence South s 70 Jt l.mt'in. I.,,.,: 702 No 2; tin nee Nurtu mist No. s.ihcjc. N rtiih.!'- - 'limn feet I vf.r'-"tio- , -'- rH MANY WORK Me COED i.N Sliope i unit leU- V'CAT:R. Vi.if - Cbunco to Slip Into Dead the Consider.-- Coiiptl-ii- j TFEifl CF UfaqoSF'PO '. in; for ii Jlini ' I pUemains of a Setlti.ui Ivi.ig Iii tho ;.amo Icaililirg sviict3 to : relic? of IVtcr tho 1 .vat are pres LI, e m be f mini the iv.teuph '.vim cl' tno.mrch iu-- t ne .ro than t.'h'.) t cars iu i.'ityv, Amo;!".:!) the trojuvrii-v- f tho lion; d,:go there i . mine m-- 0 v.il.uhlc thm to.j'be c C:i the viloro vi 1. rteh ou'.L'i'ti.'ji. id .!,. i '..uk sea, O' H) years Ivforo Christ, th . i. . i;i t'u".i'..Ld c.'L r.;.'.-- ,, vniiii, ivt.ii tlie i! Tlvo Hoy tl.mti'. v ere under iicytbian rulers. Yiirhont tl.c of tho modem town of Kertch loti; rows of tombs uni mounds exid, winch of Into years have been carefully examined by tho Russian govcnimu.t, and tho objects found there, remains of tho former Grecian colonies, h;no been preserved in St. Petersburg, forming tho richest collection of the kind in tho world. In ISol a mound was opened called by Tho Tartars Tho Hillock of tho Brave, and in a room vf hewn stono tho remains of a Scvthian king were found, together with nis wife, his war horso and servant. His golden crown and ornaments were there untouched. Even tho sarcophagus of carved cypress wood in which his body was laid, - remains undecayed; and tho carving and gilt figures upon it are still sharp and beautiful. It seems incredible tliat a substance eo frail should have endured for more than 2,000 years uninjured. The gold bars of hi3 shield, tlie silver staves of ids heralds, tho collar of twisted gold wiro aro to lie seen here, bestdo many other articles found in hia tomb, although a largo number wore stolen at tho timo of tho discovery. But still more interesting and beautiful were tho contents of a tomb discovered iu I860 of a priestess of Ceres, with all her rich ornaments, and theso were all preserved. .Most exquisite they are; tho gold chainsT buttons, bracelets, necklaces, equal tho best workmanship of Venice or Florence at the present day. Tho golden plates from her .headdress aro of repousso work of perfect beauty. St. Petersburg Cor. San Francisco Chronicle. Shoes, rnp Notidi" of Danger. On ouo of tho very coldest and stormiest days of tho past winter I tjts in tho office of a Pennsylvania railroad official overlooking a vast yard of endless switches and sidings, over which shifting trains and locomotives were moving like so many huge shuttles. A rugged looking young man, wearing a cap, a rusty blue reeling jacket, a blue flannel shirt, and baggy trousers stuffed in high rubber-bootsentered the office, took off his ce.p, and as sqpn as .ho could get his breath thus addressed the official : I want to leave my nanio for tho Job o brakin on freight train 80. Jimmy Rileys out of it. He Just got cut in two up in tho yard. The train was vomin in party lively, an tho cars was icy on top. Tho enginoer whistled for brakes tta- Jimmy started to run over the t..p o' Retrain. Ho slipped an fell betwixt twq cars. He hit on the bumper an grabbed to save himself, but he couldnt ketch nothin, an dropped on to the rail. Both trucks went over him. Mo an another feller was there, an we started for here as fast as wo could get to ask for Jimmys place. I got here first, an Id like tho job first rate, if you could give it to me, sir J railroad official promised 'to hold tho application for consideration, and the man went out, evidently well pleased. There is no calling, said the official when the man had gone, so beset with danger and hardstiips a3 that of a railroad brakeman, especially on long freight trains; and yet, if there should lie twenty brakemcn killed on this or any other road there would be as many applicants for each mans place as soon as the news of his death became known. The man who was just hero was an eyo witness of Kiloys frightful death, and yet whatever impression it made upon him was lost in appreciation cf tho fact that the dead man had loft a place to lie filled by some one else. This prompted him to act ut once, and he lost not a second in securing 11 the advantage priority of application might give him. y INTO DEAD MES3 SHOES. s . Food Eaten by Old People. Tho stalLtic-- i tell ono simplo Etorv, w ith so low varitu ion3 as to bo positively monoionous, in relation to the food oaten by these old pet 'pi1. Tho diet has been regular New England homo dLhes of egetuUes, and pastry, with r breakfast catly, dinner at noon, and meat, stq)-pe- late. Very lew aro mentioned its small caters or largo caters; most are rnemii ned as not particular, with good appetites through liie. A half dozen inner eat meat, aud two have abstained s liavo from wafer. More than been habitual usdrs of tea and collee, and of tho remainder nearly all have drunk tea. Fsw of tho men, and none of tho women, are given as users of moro intoxicating beverages than cider, and not a dozen out ot all liavo ever used liquors to excess. Ten of the women are mentioned as habitual smokers, and a scoro as snull takers. Of the men, a largo majority have used tobacco either chewing, smoking, or both. Most of tho tobacco users have been moderate, although numbers of cases arc given whero the amount consume J rt enormous, and continue.! con tantJy up to tho time when tie1 ctn--uwas taken. A lew hrt.k.i away from tho habit ufVT it hn.l l.e.t. d l'..r twenty, thirty or fifty years, and liavo now been without tho naicotio ior pel ha; s a tie.ulo or more. Tne 0 "ord of lokncis i po varied that ewer, civ half a dozen ensea arc alike out of the licb1 long li.-- exeept v, l,.-- 2 there has ."i n no lihtcsa other than tho . Out cf 1,04!) cumphi.it ; if i:if:u:e'-1, ever were ill rinoe early cliilil-houmen, tnul .f boO women, 280 have enjoyed tin good health. One hun dred" end fein t vii men anil 171 women liavo hud petty diseases only, and C5 men and 403 women have lieen seriously ; illness of tho ill. 7 lie majority a f vi r of tt rt. t phoi 1 heai!-i";- .' t - Cb merfi M. Ll.itni-ui'iti ):.I si : ,r S : . e I ,,'it Every railroad Las hanging about its and stations a small army of these anxious applicants for chances to stop into dead men's shoes. They arc chiefly men who have followed railroading all their lives, and who have lost their jobs fur soma cause. Railroading is a goo i deal like politics. If a man gets into it once bo isnt worth a snap for anything else. And so if ho gets out of it ho is constantly on tho lookout fotJTe opportunity that he believes must coilVi let him in again. There isn't ono among thiH class of men I refer to who does not fee! genuine sorrow when a railroad man is kilk-d- , and not one of them would hesitate to risk his own life to save that of any trainman in danger, although he might be sure that the death of that man would give him a loug hojied for place oath j rot.j; yet they haunt the tracks and tyc station yards day aiter day, watching the switching and coming and going ol' tiu is, ki.M.v'i.;. tba. si..ir,i r or iutoc oLIC.ATiON. NOTICE Pdf! s i;i j one of the men on tho- - trams s bound taini fiifieo ,.t S. I. eke Ciiy, Uril.,! to i.e Lilie i or inicm-- i in: Iidol. It lieeimb. r 2d. 1 ati I lav t men SNiiiis 'ha ti ere u ere onlv two ime.1 Notice is hereby given that the toih.'.vlng-r v s tiA t" wit dt'r.,k J ; yod'or has file t fioti o ot bis n.'er'i i to raase it'll! I'inal piool in support ot his clan., au cult aid Until , anT vVii i.tLcr. h ot the la.toie tmido .i:.a,v .; Cir.il; poof ivil! be T...i for Ktt'Vj plat-rua", put to, 'u.C- Co., t irtriler-- l 021 Lo..r er tbo Coun'y Cui.it ut tiiim .Lm v 'im belli, mil vis: Whjcll it rv, oil I id" J ..n c.. i h, i a, date i t.dvr ita, lhal, tLo haul L.ok tiul b id fc.pt tVm from b. i.ig P. Vo.ipc, H. li. No rLr. ii il L bi S E ar.d S present when the accident occurred and of S E for the S W v: Se-N S 29 N i K under 'fu ll ll robbed tlicra of an equal chance in rcaehiiig S No 7a"u my ear first. It is by no means likely that tin n u.aes the iolloffing witnesses to piovo ms roodor.co upon and cTtivution of, said tlio young man who wa3 just hero will be John i). Yatos, ilyrn.a Kav, JohnKay, h'rod, although ho may. If ho isn't, tend, given liii... Vcrk, a.' .f JJoiia.Jaao Co '.'tat: ro inis t ag in't the Riley's place it will not break his faith nor rv icru n v ho or v ho at- - u ary sub- Ci. '.van c d' mo h that of any of his kind in the importance t n.t'H re.is a, o rnlar t'... J: v the rc;iit! cc.rlv of fatal acci knit- - to having v. i., i sucii i1"; tied i.op-iJ.in'.M.i tr.dr.men un. f t 'u.qi.arly imiiy oLl wifh c .' i. d. ...,i pport-to '.'a.?.:' e oo'. i .r c : l" . a d p to the row nfid 9 n;.;1!!" at ; !,j u, ..r, .1 th-- ik-- -, .uty . t " .ho w u a owr-i . o a r.d ei.ii-r.- - else, at tho di r.t oc'or c. c ,t gri ' '? M, by fo'.iitt'd jo. hi e. de..oe 1:1 j'm tf : r. ' hh tho cue 1:1 authiiity therj. r iViil. 1,0 (: 'll a1 "11, t . fJ I wulk.-- thr.ir'l' the railroad yard and t t i. r it a::ev ..y mi 'll- Civ f 'P:- K" Ia ; . . the s; Ut wLrri' po v Jimmy IUley was kill, d di'orUci L f vi tk v IL-- i Hi A ngi" j b j iy h id 4."';a Liken av n IT ,'N iM P' fiinan ar.nci r.i 2 ty gr.iny."!'. pru,t."l d 1... burg.- v.; .11'' w! iw th- .rtviato biakcnc.-- . M :.iv. I t 'h; U m1 I tto ran, tv I , 'u .fi it : 7 : e . t- tit tiee t., pc.s No. 4: -- t Wc!.20o ii.7. deg No 1, winen min. W esfJ 3 7 )0 feerno all.; I, 1 ol th-i.'ri i .! survey is ideuticul With la'st of tlie Eurtki lode lot !.', u.ltho" a total oibls-loikof an acre t .ti'rr-f- y ewcpting jre.l find excluding l.uwoi er fi am Uu .oregnme de mueli of the s ime st-i- embraced scribed urea so n nd iuclu.li in tlie Muni net iol lo and m the Lot J i3 A, the area claimed aud ap 'W. W. ol an acre. From said plied for being 4 Section Corner Common to No. the post W and Section 24. T. 2. section 19. T. Id S. It :10 S. K. 3 W. bears S mUi 24 deg. 12 min. East 210S2 id feet distant. Tlie said mining claim being c.f record in the office el the Recorder of Juab said mining district at Siher city, tfo.iutv, Utah. Tlie rore-- t km wn log,Hums Rock Silver lot Line .19, 75, lot the Eureka 'tern l.tli-- , J.eipl lot 132, Lookout lot l.U, and Climax !ntl.C, lode, claims. direct that Uiisjiotica le published in The at Nephi, Utah, the published nnarest the said mining cl , iim, for. the 7 xu,-:lugu-trdaia of period 23 sixty Nov Jail .5 -i 13 ) 1 1 1 i.ew.-iiap- Rn-iu.- v, n "-- ii'-a- . n - 1 1 Trabs-'a:lio- I , pr-n- ' ti.adiug tho vfU.orpn.-- o of tho people in thri us iimipaml to tho apathy existing 0.1 tha sumo suhjiot iu others. Tfco cempur-utivpoverty of their clayey undulations lias doubtless awakened them to theopiiortu-ntioof inervaslrg values In other dire-- -t i'Jiis. Houee they coavort all their feneik infants into golden lilies, for whom sum, pro peitivo husband' will bo willing to pay jltW moro than if they wt ro jiossessod cf vulgar extremitios as provided by nature. The peoplo hereabouts Boom unusually timid and alarmed at my strango oppear-ancIt is both laughable and painful to soo tho women bobblo off across tho fields, frightened almost ut of their wits. At times I can look about me, and within a radius of 500 yards see twenty or thirty all with deformed feet, scuttling off toward the villages with painful efforts at spoed. One might well imagine them to lie a colony of crippled rabbits, alarmed tt tM", approach of a dog, endeavoring to hobhk away from his destructive presence. Thomas Stevens in Outing. o s The chief paper of Ekaterinburg publishes some interesting information about tho number of persons exiled from Russia to Siberia for political and other offonsea. On Jon, 1 of the present year the total of these prisoners of both sexes in the provinces of Irkutsk, Yencseisk and Yakutsk amounted to 110,000. Of this number 4!), 000 were in fixed places of residence, 20,000 'were employed on different works, and . 48,000 had escaped. Iu western Siberia it appears tho number of prisoners who ovadod their custodians was still greater, for a census taken in tho towns and villages shoVed that the enormous proportion of OT per cent, ot the prisoners were missing. The paper throws t no light became of tho60 unfortunates. Boston Transcript , If tho Public Demand It. A IUtOADHEAl) 4 DvAL.fc.RS l:w with .. J n M ' j ' un 1. .n.i'.i t ,v 12 ' v uritv v , r.:l. hi. N ..1.2" .an ; ' ; ,, ,K li'! - it L' a. . no 11 v ''ii'il liUtii L ' J - 1' l" tml the Iitiocm1 iitr r e, -- i to . u.i .Ihii . i r.iy, Sidiio V . i tali. Apo ieron who inFe ft iuuh 1Iimi:, Cv 1 t.ij', - - si, P 1 i .i 1 v ' "' i',?. ui;io a ho tho kIIosf any substan a kiro- - o thw !.w a: t th t.joi.r, why s 01 of to f 1 e in lohotli! o C. liiiilov ;?c to o far evi-de- that aubiuMVd hv ciidmaat. for Claimant. I ebb Keaittcr. Dec H Jan 1. W NOTICE FOR ITEEICATION. No. :ui7 find Oflicc 1 shoold ity at crosex L J e Cstv I lKIa th, v,kV ; ... Allg.lft lit, 3oc lo TploS it 1 E s. . to fo f.ruvo hii tlie luninr 1I.UUCI i oi, laid t neu ui un and t eoiit'nuiMiv N Iuiloti, JoLn V Llli.-otai.ii. viz William 1! a.I uf Pars ill, Juab Nej David Ur.rk, Jiuuoi ..m. of the a L ...M V. .1 t'io i 4.- - I'd-l- te lai.-.uiui- i to Lt.h i doijroi to r.rut.Mt against tlio out. or who Knows id any roason under tho law a; d regulations of t tlio nterior l'o,iaitinerit. wliy such piool nut boat lowed will be riven an oj.nortunity at the aLcve niontiuiied tuna and idiiro to tha witnesses of claimant and to offer evidence in rebuttal of that submitted by claimant 1. IVkiib Kkimstui Dec 21 Jan 27 Any t.er-u- n alU'ianeo " ?uvh NOTICE FOR rUHUCATR'N. Land No 3i9l) Oflico ?t Sa't I ako City, Utah. Ike 17tn, 'S .1 - hoiebyiiiien that t.io tot'o'.nng-naule m,i.e settlor has hied notice of hiJ ii tot ti final proof in supi ci t ol his claiii. :i,.d th.lt said Noti"0 ivi I lie made le'oiotho udyu or Uieil; ot .) piool the Com ti Court at Mnnti LuL on iouk-- j 2o h II it No 5'.7 ri, vii Alorn Van ali.i'rbur 8ec. 1 and N ;v S E 'j See 2 tor tho N L s V, iui3sLR ILL Ho names tho foltowinv witnesses to prove his u on. and rosi..eiu'O ej.livi.tlou ot, tinuoos eoi i llroii I j er, said b.o.1, vo: all ot .!! Pete Peer Johnathan Stewart, .1 w t w w' o i. " bm..; a, li. . liar- be m Iril r'i up ..'u..g tilts bill', but 1 vo Lota tioti'fi:, ia good many strange brakemen on some o the trains that cornea in. Tber.'3 five fellonsiu three gangs alone that I dont know. I haven't had tho heart to ask wherj the old hands are, for I sposeI'd he toll that this one had been knocked off his ear by abridge, an that on- - bail missed a couplin' an got the i.n th-- f another mm had slipped bump from the r.jf, Lkc Jimmy jist i, nr, an so on. It may bo, though, that some of them are only laid up with a few fingers off, or an arm twisted out of the socket, or a foot run over and smashed, or some little thing like that. I so, anyhow. AVhiit makes brakin so dangerous? A good many things. For instance, theres Thats ah'-n,it l.ie top notch of v Yrr'v to another, danger ms frcai ..io every day m tho ) ear, year in an year mil. Just in.w t;,M K... s;i(m o;l i Ue ears jau. It an ea.-- thing for a man to gerou--- . run elo'ig the tups of cars going twenty miles an hour, even when there is no ice on the boards an tho wind is light. .But when you take it bke it has been for a week i r w, with the cur roofs like glass and the wind tearing along faster than the train Joes, I want you to know that there's got to be nerve in a mm for him to climb no to the top of a car and run over half a dozen or so every time tho engineer calls for brakes. Then, r.jnd you, a brakeman has no right to ride any where but on his car, ns matter if the snow is falling o.i him by the ton or rain him like hot drenching him Or hail shot. Then lie's apt in the night to run his head against some bridge that span-- , the track. But cb.ipUn' i ; w nut enrrh s the most of them away. 1 useil.to b a Ireight brake-mamyself, and one day I stepped lietweon two car., t ) has mg at the time ' two as gool arms as tinvbodv ever had. ! ca-V- ALL They h'uol IC T in s 4..J vtj-- , n iu. I.U.U ii in was gone. The Lump, rs t.uk it off. These link and pin c rapiers are v.hrit rumi th Every braloman kuo.is that ju.,t fur boys.. Coonty, Utah to do that he has to pay six times ; v Anv J.eison vhn desires t) protc.-- t uEnn-- t the having much for insuring his hfo asVne m m that allowanicof suit) i.n.. f, or who know-o- t anv i. tor ihu law ai d i tic re: .on tons Efts m a warm office and makes out the .. ,f t'm Interior JJepeit.i'ijm, why s'uc'i wayV.lis d.cs. Ti.en l.ra.ic ehains aro upt a bo mil be ci i n an op. lowed, it not ebou to pr.it, too, uAwj tlio brakeman is tub tmg it tho above mentioned tine aid ) .eo It of-the witne-se- s dJ.ii umt.and up hia whcx lf away goes tho brakifimin to offer evidenco iu rebuttal ol th it Submnte bj to tho givuniS!a he don't g- -t in under the 1. We'.b, Keei tor. claimant. wheels lie's apt to g his head or h:s n. h r BjlLesvL IIuivo atty'e forclaimnnt his legs broken by tho ml!.' Yew Ymfc Lee J'l Jail 27 Times. . . rtj-nit- y e .i 1 i . i '... I. : . .: i i ' tit ' I i i .i. r' , ti: t- ami ilieti ..'L- - ' '1 lo ... !. . " 1 I .1. ivu "..f id aiie y-- C1WJ VU perch in front of you; you sit behind, on a seat which will hold two. As there ia no rest for tlie heck the lady is supported by the arm of lmr fellow traveler, a custom which ha3 a very pretty effect.'and is apparently very popular. W. T. Stead in Contemporary Rex tew. J . L . Puritan Idea of a Gentleman. In an addiesa on tho two hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the settlement of New Ilr.vcn, William L. Kingsley says: The Puiitans gave to the world a now i lea of w hat it is a gentleman. With the views respecting; manhood, which they received from the Bible, they conceived a new idea as to what is tho proper way to treat others. Polished manners and a gracious deportment to ones equals is not enough, according to the Puritan idea. A man may smile and smile and be a villain. There should be such delicacy of perception of tho light? and frolings (f others us to lead a person not only to avoid giving offense to any, high or low. hut the peri l ption should bo recon.ipa Died by hta !; a Uvatment of all as i w.-a- , a li iendly It cling. 111.: nli a of u g uliemr.i did not exist I., f. .re tb .ii. uf ) lie 'iirlpmq I dn rj 2 that tl.cTo i, ere i.ot wlio had -IUcii u h .laet-'rBut fahakespearo uses the v, erd gentleman moro than five buiidcd timis, and nut once to designabmj anytlu.-jmuie tlian a person ot high) ('icial position. Cue of the most eloquent Englidi essay iV.s of modern times, Rev.! Churl s Kii.gfhy, a dignitary of tho Anglican chi 'rih, says that Puritan end not ti: j cavalier conception of what a! British gentieuic.'i should bo u the ono accepted by tho whole British nation at tins day.' Hegoulaj of American Hia- - ''tni. A yU.hyil bkAN'CiS 1 si ttii: ion mi lian'l pen-ion- F .SELLS, 1ms JssiliB Wholesale and Retail Dealers in th Uvx 321, to a c'.t.ico stock m T U R ItyU-PH- The finest line of . ever seen in Nephi, at bot- - tom prices. Prills lifs Gsess FSATSERl and PILLOWS, Rspr whicli lie is Diiujl in. in tic ol. n u at.Suit Lake Prices. North Ntw Store a few doors of the National Lank, Main Street, Nephi. Call aud examine prices hejyi e purchas) on laid saie ing elsewhere. freight ron Salt Lake City. LSTERY,ETC. O Unby failltldXe.S iy just received a aM Wall and National FOLD- - INS BEDS. Ka-- t : f Wc havejuct received fron the enst FOUR CARLOADS of Furniture etc. which we are sidling at Salt Lake jobbing and retail prices. We will guarSouthern dealers will do well to send tlieir orders to su. antee them Sail Lake wholesale prices, thereby saving freight and damage on goods from Salt Lake. z14 ordirs will receive prompt attention. C. S. TINGE Y, SUPT. 6WEBROUCO. Contractors aaJ Bite J. ADA & SONS, LUMBER YARD ANI) PLANING; MILL. Dealers in ail kinds of Budding I iardware Such as Nads, Locks, Hinges, etc. Also , Lumber, Lath, Doors, Window Moulding and Pickets. Glass of all common sizes, and a small stock of Axle Trees, Jioulsteis and tile like,, which we will dispose of at LUMBER YARD AND ii Cost fox Casli. Wo 'have just received a car load1 of x 4 . l 0 prompt-l- , FC3NITGP.E DEALER, i 1 on tli2 the coin of the realm whieu u arc willing to givo for tho lid", you mention your dcs tiuifion. A chorus of protests bursts out, which pribumahly throw scorn upon your offer, but to you it Is aa tho chattering of crows. You theli walk otf, followed hy ono or more isvostchiks, to whom you r: m w your offer. Seeing mil nrn r!ulu:ntr Ann rtf llinm ttrill rrv t.i-b- c tjo.nl of ot. r on do Jilv.t iiui.il 4 41U Ut 1IL4 Ihw- of loxxrctnt ii Ly ! Nephi St., Nif'ii. priooH i V'Y door lli.'.t '.. S.,it,l('. Mail order il he alLily r. i i'rt I i - etc. WORK WARRANTED. In a jvtl hi eh iuc i,!- - .T,v tit Voo i.iahi' a fdqmil, aril down swiop upon ymi all the istostchika vuthin p;vb i ager lor- yov.r custom. I loiniie'Up VV114IOVL 11 li y Jloo-kio- . i id.:.: M r .i.d'i j IU. , tor i m ' i';y f -) - (...li aiii.n o', r.o V, i Rttori ji Mui a, Ju.tS rot ho h iowoii. wi'i l.aiven jn i?d ico the ib e moiifionfil tu inline tho xvitnoots of Uu uhaiit, nd T. w- iiiii t . ' ' lie i the l'.tr: A. I i . I llf p.; . ! Iij..,... i'ii . ) , 1 i Israels, Raws, Mules, suK. a. i 1 of Manitactpri-r- a h d . - t, I - CO 4N HARNESS! SADDLES. . ..- y v Tho working day in Paris has been reduced from eloven hours to ten hours. : i Little Pitcher's Question. Mamma, who is Sally Forth? asked little Dutnley. Im sure I dont know, child; I nover heard of her." Why, papa knows her, for he says every morning, Now to Bally Forth. "Detroit Free Press. a.-- to-'- - t As a mirror, uncrackod, tho newspaper press of tho world in general, ond of tho United States in 1 .articular, has nover been equaled, anil it i3 difficult for me to under, stand how it can bo improved, but tho newspaper press as an educator, as a director, as a censor, as adjust, impartial critic how about that f There can bo no two opposing opinions in thar respect. Great capital demands dividends. Dividends can bo had only from a prosperous business. A prosperous busin- -; must recognize tho law of supply utid demand, and if tho public demand dirt tho newspupers will furnish dirt and dont you forget it Joe Howard in Boston Globa . ,u-- juoor From Russia to Siberia. ( Mi-n- I i- o Feet in China. . i i..'i.-kh- two-tliird- Jic.kniiJ A ring that dofoi na-,f act add 50 or 1U0 ;t r cent to tho yix-Ia- l and matrimonial value of a Cliinivs femr.le, ono cannot help ap-- ( Doors , 11 iuf .hinnif, (74 ramij Flat Ficlxts DIRECT FROM THE EAST. MILL. jsstiw LUMBER, LATH, MOULDINGS CO OAOUiy IYWDe CUIMril 1V4UUVJ vnvi uvwrvs? vi and FRAMES, PACKING BOXES, ETC. 1 1 s Which we are prepared to sell ONE BLOCK WEST OF MAIN STREET and ONE BLOCK NORTH OF THB at prices to meet the wants ol ad. Cor. Main and S. P. V.Ry.St.Nephi. MsrAfry SAN PETE VALLEY RAILWAY, NEPHI.