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ate. rv-- v Vj ' . v P J , y FROM THE 'OTHER SIDE. 7 NOT CE OF FORFEITURE. 03DUASCE AN has The follow 1115 communication C nnUmj ojjiur.i fur N jhi Cily. Seen handed tiinw th a reqaest for its publication. We gram the request uill-jng'SiCitov I. lie it ordaintd by the City but cannot agree with tile wnter 1 Iiat at the leg-ulsin his ideas which convey the impres- Council tj Nrpbt City, v session on the first and third sion that Seoul's b mi or, in other ol each in nth, and b annually tlltre-altcwords, progress is 1 1 die adav ntage only the City Council shall appoint an tne m st wealthy aL ihe epense of a supeivisor tiiiseiiot s aU'in i in ! blessed with audit jr of Pubbc Accounts, ol si eels, an AUui uev ,a Sexton, a J ailor, tills W Ids g lulls. Ntplu 011l 5th 8 ) a bupeiiiih i.deiitoi Uaai vVolks, tjuai-- t ntu e Pnyxici in. Inspector ol Jill ldlligs Editor Ensk.n How d sappoluted one is when he first and oundkcvpci wiios; teim ol ollice be t.vo years rtspeclfully, unless d scovers that lie is hut a luce, Ilie shall r removed by t tie Count il, and unw old a stage in 1 ve die aMOis At- sooni til ibeir success ns appointed and tend, .ig to 011 V11 r ea ConsiitiUon qualified 1 lud nave a ill men i.e e hie. 2. All of sa.d officers shall give lice In kct to the lily with sutiu lent sute-tie- s bond, so in not j Die enteita irnen , nut 111 the penal sum ot live hunched b jo'uuy., Nepal. T le m mcycd and dollars, condition ior the faithful peilor-inae ol tbi paftiun have enga ;e i all the received lesptctive duties, baid seats and- the ir ij oi it v ot us are'glad to bond snail he apptoved by Hie Mayor, mall e executed, approved and deOtr position (in and takS Wlfifue Can t livered to the Kecotder Ik fore the offthe reir) nowevei, a irds us soino a icer gu 11, g 11 enieis upon the dunes of intakes we can see t ,c braining foot Ins oibe .Si c. 3. The City Council, nuy when lig!it favoutes and the reset ved monopany imeivdies, or becomes insolvent, or oly. when they may dei in such bund unsale, Un.tv c oiistiliite - teal independence require a new bond and if the olheer so I tow neccssiry for us requited to iurimh .such bond upon a and happiness to be united, i I iw necessary for very rignt so to do lor a peiioi ol 20 days alter ratiliiatiou by the Ktcorder it will citizen to understand hisfoini ofguvern- - be sufficient ause for Ins removal from ment and to know when he is governed office uy tile Couik il. Passed Apul 5th, 1889. according to Ins Constitution and to Alma Haglt, Mayor know tint every man has a petlect right ol Neplii City. votes count and th it poor tins dp nion Attest J. R. Hickman, Recoider 11. is mm h as ri h mites. Money will of Neplu City. afiei Itself, and il poo' men dont Territory of Utah, County of Juab, .k altci then own interests they are Neplii u,ty. a for left taxation lntreastd ,1 jo.ly I, J. R. 1 Ik kman, Recorder in and for Our la iraig man is po ir cons datum. Neplii City, do hereby ceitily that the received nt. n poly control public affairs foregoing is a true, full and correct copy and peisonal interests re-- of An Oodinance Cieating Officeis fur Neplii City, i assed by the City Couni ciests of the majority cil, ol said City, April 5th, 1SS9. i 'nil1, is impossible, In testimony whereof I have heteunto v ,1 ,mi nil of government is set my hand and affixed the corpoiate sealol Nep 11 City tins 5th day ol April, w WMiy old. to 1, ii A. D. 1889. t was Earned iv men impirDul ill their Seal J. R. Hickman, Recoider motive, j iJgineut and 11.1sel11.l1 m their ot Neplu City. they raiefully stud ed Die welfare of the NOTICE. people. Can we say that our leaders inIf ol of Juab County, who Tbt the welfare Ladies, the people? stgtdy creased taxation to uphold public ex- are mtei in the subject, of travagance is a benefit, they do. Do pub- Woman Suffrage, are invited to lic improvements and boom, benefit the attend a meeting to bo held in the Mtv, 11th at majority of our citizens We think not. Neplii Tabernacle, s cannot keep up. If 2 p. tn. for the purpose of organiOur ' AssociWe wifi admit they have a cash sale for zing a Woman Sulfiive a tacts are that ation. and the very produce, All Ladies are tequested to n few rase a surplus and are compelled to for what 1, in fall sell their grain the just irrespective of church, or our small cried. can get, consequently they Mrs Mary Pitehforth farms will fall into the hands ol capitalIicl iel bout ty Slake ists or tax collectors. Where is our encouragement for the wage vvorkei? If President. Amv L. lligler, he gets woik, he must leave the Cuv or 1st Vice President County. The outcome for a small farmMiranda Dry an, er or wage worker, who constitute the 2nd Vice President. majority, looks blue. Is. 11. Cdall, If we had sufficient encouragement 111 our town or County for capital our mud Apiil ', '8ff President Neplii It. S. dy water an d lack of public miprove- ments would be no drawback. If our City is bonded to make public nnprove-ments- ; to encourage capital, (and it must be paid, whether capital or a fouitli The handsome brown Clydi&daL judge comes or not) who pays it5 The people. Neplii was made what it is, from Sired by Alexandria, and lut'd a desert vve may say, without bonding (iiddis, Arblislon, Locluiber, the City or bankrupting the County. If the booming portion had to cam then I tflinshiie,' and r from the biet taxes with pick and shovel, tlicv would blood of Stallions in Scotland. be belter satisfied with their town, they Will stand Lln.s season at the could drink muddy water until the Coun-t- Stal les of (ieo. Atkin Jr. Main am) City treasuty could pay for it. We St., Neplii. 'th.nk it would be more Christiaiilike, Terms for the si ason, 'SOt) in fur let our boomers to more unselfish, advance up a little and give everybody equal show and not build themselves up by pulling others down. It would look like they were sole heir to this county and father Adam had made Ins w ill to that effect, but we cannot sea it. I lemain, yours Pri-da- r, 1 1 1 a-- 1 ni 11 - g-- ! u j-- e .t ed small-farmer- at-te- GEEDITiON CHIEF. trillion.. by-M- y CYjuiPffiq H. HOSE BUSINESS IS f! (i I'P -- LINCOLN8 PROCLAMATION. OHelnal Draft of tho Document Declaring tlje Slave Free. Further conference (by the cabinet) was held on organizing negro regiments, but Lincoln decided that the moment had not yet nrnved when tills policy could be safely Writes Chase: entered upon. TI10 leit upon my mind by the whole discussion was that while tho president thought that the organization, equipment and arming of negroes like other soldiers would be productive of more evil than good, he was not unwilling that commanders should, at their disci etion, arm, for purely deteusivo purposes, slaves coming within their lines. But on the kindred policy of emancipation the president had reaehid a decision w Inch appears to have been 111 advance of the views of bis entire cabinet. Piobably, greatly to their surprise, he read to them the following draft of a proclamation warning the rebels of tho pains and penalties of the confiscation his tender act, and whilo renewing of compensation to loyal 6tates which would adopt gradual abolishment, addmihtnry order, as ing a summary commander in chief, declui mg free the slaves of all states which might bo in rebellion on Jan. 1, 1803. The text of this fir. draft df the Emancipation proclanmt.on is here printed for the first time: In pursuance of the sixth section of the act of congress entitled An act to suppress insurrection and to punish tieason and rebellion, to seize and confiscate property of rebels, and for other purposes, approved July 17, 1863, and which act and tho joint resolution explanatory thereof are bei ewrth published, I, Abraham Lincoln, president of the United States, do hereby proclaim to and warn a'l persons within the contemplation of said sixth section to cease participating in, aiding, countenancing or abetting the existing rthellion, or any rebellion against the government of the United States, and to return to their proper allegiance to the United States, on pain of the toi feitures and seizures, as within and by said sixth section provided. And I hereby make known that it Is my purpose, upon the next meeting of congiess, to agum recommend the adoption of a practical measure for tendering pecuniary aid to the free choice or rejection of any and ail states, which may then bo recognizing and practically sustaining tho authority of the United States, and which may then have voluntarily adopted, or tliei eufter may voluntarily adopt, gradual abolishment of slavery within such state or states, that the object is to practically restore, thenceforward to be maintained, the constitutional relation between the general government and each and ail the states wherein that relation is now suspended or disturbed; and that for this object the war, as it Las been, will be prosecuted. And as a fit and necessary military measure for effecting this object, I, as com mander-in-chie- f of the army aud navy of the United States, do order and declare that on tho first day of Jauuary, in tho year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty-threall persons held as slaves within any state or states wherein tho constitutional authority of the United States shall not then be practically recognized, submitted to and maintained, bhall then, thenceforward and forever be free. Of the cahiuet proceedings w hich followed the reading of this momentous document we have unfortunately only very brief memoranda. Every membei of the council was, we may infer, bewildei ed by the magnitude and boldness of the proposal. The sudden consideration of this critical question reveals to us with vividness the difference in mental reach, readiness and decision between the advisers. president and his constitutional Only two of the number gave the measure their unreserved concurrence, even after discussion. It is strange that one of these was ihe cautious attorney general, the representative of the conservative faction of the slave holding state of Missouri, and that the member w ho opposed the measure as a w hole, and proposed to achieve the result indirectly through the scattered and divided action of lucal conimauders 1x1 nulitaiy departments, was tho seen tax y of the treasury, Mr. Chase, it pie-cmg ptrhaps more nearly than any otlin tho ubohtxon faction of the fi'ee state of Dluo. All were astonished exUt the two to whom it had been mentioned a w eek before. None of the others had even eonsidei ed such a step. But trom tho mind and will of President Lincoln the detei initiation and announcement to his cabinet came almost ns complete in form and certain iu intention on that memorable Tuesday of July as w hen, two months later, it was given to the public, or as officially proclaimed on the succeeding New Years duy, an irrevocable executive act Century. ; Topogiaphio Maps. Topography is a word used sometimes iu a broad seu-- e to nnlicate a description of a place or region not veiy large, aud sometimes in a more restricted or technical sense to mean biniply the mu fnee form, tho ups and downs, tho hdL nud hollows. In tho early use of tho term, itsmouinug was the general, uuiestrictcd one. It is now used in both senses, if English catalogues of topographical books are exaimu si they will be found to consist of lists of lot d town and couuty his-tios, local hand books, guide books, gazetteers, accounts of noted buildings aud persons, and of events connected with local hV Maps or pictures may or may n actory. company such tojiogi aphieal des iptious. This is the early Engli-.l- i use of tno word a use w hitli still sui v iv es. Along w ith this early use of the word, large scale niupsot limited ateus were made niajis which exhibited tho hedgerows and highway s, the orchards aud ditches, the pai ksnnd houses, tho streams, stone walls, gardens, m brief, all tho minor details of the laudsetqie except the surface form. The featuieswere exhibited usually by conventional signs, but the surfuce form wus not revealed on these maps. The hoi izontal plan alone appeared. The element of relief was wanting. The scales of such maps, however, were so large that they permitted tho exhibition of a large number of small features; and, ns such, they were called in distinction topogiaphic, from chorogrupbio mails, w Inch, on smaller scales, embraced in one map a much wider field, from which all minor features had been of necessity excludtd. Science. ' ! mti the juice of the Blue Figs of ta'ffD.ua, vo hwtive and nutritious, ni.li the nu'divmal virtues of plants known to be most beneficial to the Con.' human s stem, forming the ON LY ILR-ILCHI MBDY to act gently yet promptly on the KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS AND TO Cleanse the System - SO Effectually, THAT PURE DLOOD, REFRESHING SLEEP, HEALTH and STRENGTH Citizen, Naturally f vllovv. Eveiy one is using it and all aie delighted with it. Ask your uygist for sYR UP OF FIGS. Manu factured only by the No end of trouble is anticipated from the enormous rush of boomers to Okla-1m I tier a are only (bout ten thou-1.- 1 CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO., s c st. ,1 bout one j San Fkancisco, C vl. .a ia..J people have made arNfw Yok, N Y Lo'Wlll! 'tv. rangements for invading the promised land the moment the President drops the ESI RAY NO'IICIh hat. The most reasonable estim tie that orrel t!u ho Hu ir can be made puts about five claimants to hors 7 or 8 5 niy oars old, hm J toot wnitc, brand"! on 7k bnv iu ire lumtiined lelt Unr bor well thigh every quarter section, every Iront and le t hind font w bite, star watered and well situated quarter section voailms 1,1 finthbranded on Ultthmh ehmJ, there will be a dozen claimants, and they ''ay narrt R or 4 veroUI white will all initiate their claims so nearly in One on let thixh Onoel forehead) branded .star in f rehoad b..trd simultaneously that, as the only w finess- lu m.tre or 6 e or One nay hore yuus es will be the rival clamtan's, it will be oU tn left tbicn r.inded dart Hon lelt 'houJdor, old, ' ewho'orv- sim: s,' iot t h hore 2 ears Oije irtin n fip h.h turd Ut white 0 inui-Uic- d 1 1 11 111 . x n- -i i ' ri h The Next Census. The census for Ib'JO promises to showfu th United States a xjpulatiou of more than The population in ISbO, according to the census of that year, was 50,155,7S3 persons, of whom 43,470,40 wero native and 6,670,043 foieign born. Tbe natives hud increased 10,4b4,olJ3 from the figures of 1870, which weie 33,991,142 or 31.5 per cent, The inn foieign ekment lud gaiueti moro slowly, o l Uut li oi for tlie entire popu linuging the pu cent O th latiou dow n to 30 er j cent, 1 he same into of increase applied to the census of will give uu inert ne tf 15,046(6o3 persons daring leu 3Uis endiL; Ijo. 7ew York Telegram. i.iu - ui ui i W Ib-b- army can get them off, so tne tnu mus will probably get the land and the government will settle with the Indians. WriapilWg8M'Wt'4. Levaij ia of Ai nl, iJa'ed II Ht IX I t puai.u d i m, I t OU ih, Ain! X, I 't, j i s) In the Probate Court of Juab County, Utah Territory. Estate of George C. Bean deceased, hereby g tr. by the underof the estate ofj signed admuiistra- George C. Bean dc ased, to the creditors of. and all persons having claims exhibit against the said deceased, them with the necessary v"'icheis, within ten month' after the in publication of this notice, to Sarah Ann Bean at the office oi Henry ro vii No. r, Court House, m Ne-plC !), m the Couii') of Juab. Nottte ( 2QKT EE52 CHS. i fafl 3 oa SUAH ,M of uvSg 26 29 ro CO m po CD CL CS 4M t CTD ur o CO CTO bfl c it Administratrix f tile estnko George C. Bean, deceased Dated at Ne( hi Cit, 'larch 23rd, 70 TD CD Ad-am- ANN BE AN, C r -!- CO o -- i - o o a DEPOT STREET, NEPITI. UTAH. J. Blackburn. BOOTS atui SHOES made to der. Repairing neatelv done. Main 32 (i T- - or- Siklt. Nppui. Attorney, Etc. Oflko next door to U 8 Lund Offbe Salt La e City Obtains intents for Agricultural, Desert nd and vi moral ban Corre pondonco elicited and information given j R. kuiresented IIick 'a and Y N County Sn itaries by A. C. Bkvan, Pulu . u I tali. DHAS. H, R UED, 00, THE NEPHI DENTIST. Who has been practicing dentistry in Neplu for the last ten years is now at 1,1 HIS OFFICE block south, One block east and one-hal- f of the Co-o- p store where he is prepared to do all work 111 lus profession in the latest style. Gold amalgum and bone filling and extracting a specialty. Prices reasonable. Part payment taken in proMoney Lnahi'lt,i Loitij lime mid duce is now fully prepared to X. B Loir llnh of IntCiirl. without tenth pam by the use of M 1X811 87.'-I ORIx'I S'01l! M si ljtnri) the Vegetable Vapor. rnoMCji Operations done on short notice. Oilae over 11st National Bank. ill C.BA.IIzPIT', Land A DO II ?a. PROVOJLT ex-tr.- ut --- He 1 1 4 Spring Time. ARE Pleased to announce lo their friends and natrons that they now have in their full stock of well selected g ods, SATTEEKS OF ALL THE HiW SHADES PATTEMS, AND STAPLE AND FANCY GINGHAMS, SILKS. . anti-sluei- y Ed. Ensic.n There is a mattei of public importance which through vour columns I w ,sh to bring to the notice ot the public of 'Neplii and Juab County in general. It is pei taming to our new C nirt House Me have a nice Court House 011O which is a cred t to the County, cut the hlihv, unclean cond. non in which it 1? kept s simply disgraceful to the one wh se business a is to see to it and calls f rth some vei y se'reie rein u ks ti mi sn ingeis wlio v ew tne mteriur of it. It it is me business of 0111 Irobate Judge, Selectmen, or Slieriii to take care of the Court House, we would suggest, for decencys sake that the proper party at once proceed to clean up the interior of the building. NOriCETO CREDITORS cwPEie & pypjbm e, tR C: To D, 8 Dana, 'his heirs or assigns You are hereby norbi, .1 that 1 have performed jour proportion of tlie labor required bv law to Ihold tbe following named Mining Claim for the ytar ending fleceinbtr aist, A D lwvi, to wit flie Hades, Ihe btyx and Pluto," nil of .t. hi h nro lode clamis. adjoining and dfunted lu thu liriie Mu im? Juab I tfth Krtorv, nnl 1: ou fail or rofn-- e Cowry to too of tin expend Hurt tnhiiu our s re fion ot the Ko.i'ed 5tatur qiiircd lv of tin I nlted StHt&K, mil m h jour the Minn ;; U inis Mi ill iitcuint t n of llio prj uiiaeif1 fin d, 3 MU' INNA M U.kS. AND TRIMMINGS. U'OT'TD'X'S Ml HiSS or ALL 51IADLS, COLORS M VlilCl b We are sole agents fur Juab and San Pete Count.es, and celebrated Butterick patterns. cam a lull stock of the Mail orders promptly Xlllocl. yii k ARHAKia Call your attention to their Dry Goods and Motion Department, which isfu.l and complete. DressGoodsofeveryva riety, style, patternand price. Fancy and plain Towels, Napkins and table linen, good and cheap. Muslins, Linen, veiling, Embroideries, an endless variety. SHOE SHOES! SHOES! VARIOUS BRANDS. ALL STYLES nit if PEIEES HM AUD l HU Line IF THE P. COX SHOES JUST ARRIVED.