|Paper||Manti Home Sentinel|
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|Paper||Manti Home Sentinel|
A I - AWoNDKRFUT 41 " f ubliAtcd t i f. , f4anti, San PeteCo.U. - . and ing with' justice, honor, law, of instin humanity. jtb the pobltr have an On Friday, the 28th ultimo, R. jjcnce those parties who with the Cob. idea that they can tritle Q. Houston, B. I. Johnson. and Roberts V. i McMillen; and junctions 'of morality our went on a deer hunt ir' the Alapilnciples abusing by justice will bama swamp, about three mile of liberty and magnanimity themselves find .vake up and from town. After taking their tlK-iI of end tb nt respective stand Mr.' Houston uddenljr ,1 I went below to drive the swar,ip. ether. When he was near the Brunswick 'The Howl's Ssntinel . J 8T-RY- T - .1 Weekly Neirrpap'r, f o DevQtpjl.to the geirera'. interest surround ,? people of San Pete'anij IngCouuties. "as wtUKMel u excitin0 ' thousands of spectators oil the sands at ' the poit. At about 4 oclock in the afternoon a dark shore object was een neaiingthe mile ihV'Se about of at a distance sands the of the. from pari by the bathing maclur.es and tents.' , un its nemer apwhale proach it was iiind to be a a became it a. id limv to cap. hie ' It debated. i agir.y a-en- SinSC2Z4TI0Y. , . . other day an At Dt.nM.lt ft . $2.00 1.20 Hue year, kix months, Three months, - . 75 Advertising tateson application. Ntf IDLERS e -- oe-cuii- WANTED, 1' stand which Minister Vb'elps has taken and the principles which he has' advanced Relative to the class hf'peoph that ought to coino to America The pie-tu- m a sensible and highl. bppoitune. Mr. , Phelps has Windy said that the,M is plenty of room ini America for industrious, honest people J but America Is mf dace for the idle 'and ini. provident. If the growth and development of the United States has been rapid, almost if not quite, unprecedented ip the Worhls history, it is largely due to the fact 'tiiut. h;r early 'founders and a jiuijority of the pnopU who have shea; landed upon hei shores, have been' energetic, proivlio gressive "people, persons et the type very high represented of independent manhood ano who had learned the worth Ol frugality in, the souk; what severe, but necessary school ot adversity' anddndustry. lienee, persons who luay wish to come to our country and make :t the homo of tlu-iadoption should consider' well hr fore they tak he initiutpry step. They should understand, that, while under toe n benign provisions of our Comtitu-loot resourcevaried the and our country, America piay justly are very' eomiany of target practice the othcer in barge directed a number ot Ids ne n to lire on the whale. 'This they did, striking it frequently, with little eth cf out the iiimtiul meanwhile making elibrts out ii tilth the When to legaia deep water. receded sufficiently, tide had several soldiers waded waist high ,,itotbe sea, and one ,'of them into tlie Pe drove Ids hatomt ' Tiien tucre was a of tlit convulsive movement followed and hy a violent liap of the tail, ii-- h. ail was over. A.haipuon to which was attached a strong runabout thirty let t long, was found sticking in the neck of the whale, m which tin re was a gash twenty ' inches long and very deep. The whale pleasured iweatyruvo feet in length, its girth at the shoulder being fourfeen'teet. twS'ipat'hS x lul mi,c Mgt o( rattleimmense an his return snake sprang from the hushes and fastened its fangs calf of his leg. Heat once called for help, and fortunately Mr. who J. P- Loyd, section-master- , work done some havin'' was near by, heard' and responded to his call. By the time Mr. Loyd had reached' him, Mr. Houstons Was Sweden to leg below the 'knee size and lie was twice it natural suffering great paili. Mr. Loyd hound a ligature around the le above the knee and then boarded his hand car to come to'Alahapa for a (oetor. Dr. Foglewas soon found and hastened tq the scene of suffering. Wfiiii Ithev reached Mr. Houstons side, wonderful to relate, he was found sweetly sleeping and the swelling had almost gone from his leg. Around him lying dead, wipe nearly a halfbushel of mosquitoes, which had drawn the poisop from him. The gentlemen, jn great surprise, aroused Mr. Houston, who, barring a little weAkIiess from of blood, was as well as ever he Uii3 plJWi in-th- - yU JEHU fOGRAPUY - Please remember that all Pictures sefit to me to be enlarged will receive careful attention I will' deliver them to any' i louse in fan Pete County in due time, for the small sum ol $2.25 including extra nice frame, all complete. No pay required until pictures ate delivered. PicSatisfaction guaranteed. tures enlarged and sent to any address b maib without frame, on receipt of ptieo, $1.50. m Vm. F. Voting:, Fairview City. SauPete county, Utah. ' ' , t LTo the People of San jete, PIIOTOGRAPlTGALLERyo ? i 7 rff q - j : -- j .. fi .. . .. ?.--- Y U i I J BVil iJ Ate -- - X AWY -- b the largest establishment ir t,he county. 1$ Callosjon u ? HAMPSHIRE, Salesman. QHAS. o Temple, picture frames, Al- - I bums, aud views for Bale. L n G. E. I - d; &00&S u y :scoe fFIILIITTt SUMMONS.. N THE P. ROB ATE (tOURT IN anti for San' Pete County, Utali JJ3 - Territory. IsabeUaPrebble , PbAntffA yn JamesPrrbhle',Dctnula ntj n, . S r Ham-bleto- n ehip-wre- . UTAH ' in-an- de,-crib- ed men beiiii: h. i r. f coca 1 tout tee usiu Bjf Tea Style, from SIS to (30. V0ICe' IIE PEOPLE OF THE of Utah to Territory James Trebble, Defend 4 ant, greeting: You re hereby summoned to ap pear in au action brought against you by the above named Isabella Prebble, Plaintiff, in. the Probate Court in and for the County of San Pete, and Territory of Utah, and answer the complaint filed therein, BED within ten days, exclusive of the day of service on you of this sum SINGLE BED ! mons, if seryed witlfin this ic.unty, and if not served within this county but within the first Judiviad Dis- CHILDS BED. trict of the Territory of Utah, with iu twenty days, otherwise within ASK YOUR DEALER forty days, or judgement will be taken against you according to the FOR IT. The CLOCKt Wltk n MiU tsA prayer of said complaint. said action in brought to obtaiq a decree in divorce from the bonds ?f FOREST 5ITY FORKITURE 6( matrimony, anti you are hereby wBouMoui rcxinmti KinruniBi nidified that if you fail to appear Bookford, 111 and answer the said complaint, as aliove required, that the said Plaintiff will take judgement against you and apply to the CP'rt fo$ relief demanded herein, I Yitnes8 tlie Hon, Vm. Anderson, Judge, and tlie seal of our said Court, affixed at Mauti City, San L Pete County, U. T, 1885. the 27th day of July, A. D,. FULL flp FUBNI-TUR- K I - J CLs?' John Reid. oi the Probate Court of Saq Pete county, Utah Territory Y. T. Reid Atty for plaintiff Clerk , gclf;5 18 fl mmi .NOTICE, maz Territory of Utah j In Piobaie Court. County of San Petej In the matter of the estate of Henning P.Peel, Deceased. Notice for Publication of time appointed for proving will, etc. Pursuant to an order of said Court, made on the first day of September, 1885, nutice is hereby given, that Monday, the 21st day of September,! 885, at 11 oclock, a. m. of said day, at the Court Room of said Court at the Court House, in the County of San Pete, U. T. has been appointed as the the time and place for proving the will of said denning P. Peel, deceased, and follie.tring alwl the application of Hans Poulson and Laurenty ,aen for the issu- tTheOld Reliable andBetOne Sy1 llakinc Powder Made. ance to them of Le.ters Flour.) (Oji Teaipoonful to a quart of when and where any per-oOn the market for 10 year and by prominent physician as healtmui. interested may appear aud contest the smue. 'farrantei to free from AuisiomJ anil all injurious ineredients and togfaef Dated Beptemln 1st, 1885. feet satisfaction. 22 Jou Re'd, Cork. fi a free Mwiiir n k ysar grscsr for Ask wing rc . hi ieits fioss Table Oa ' . j n iug East or West. ! - r. BARGAINS. I will visit the principal J. settlements of San' Pete with my portable Gallery K H during the fall of 18S5. bav photos of the Wanti, 9 y i 475L,r;r nri iti - , o f ; ZSZC.Gr 0 0 D ney at Home bv patfbnizing Home Talent, and et better work for less money H than can be had by bend 5 ANDRRW NjDSOM, Superintendent. V;H. Ham-bleto- f! h x - Aa - - -- i; ed, Dry va-pio- ' 'i S: All my enlarging is done by- T' Utah Artists. Jveep yoUr mo- - ? I I self-supporti- to-da- -J J -- i ?-- , t; 7 l i Pictures Copied ciild Enlaryb. self-relia- ) 5 -- i ) b pow-ers-sJlig- I I , IVIOUWT PLEASASMT 'Pea ink-stan- ; r ll Anderson, 7 HEADQUARTERS, manti, sS 'T' SANPETEpCOUNTY This is a wonderful story and .J )0 ) 0 ( some may be inclined to dpubt it at first, buj we are personally acquainted with all the parties mentioned except Mr. Houston, and we do notbolieye they woulel .P..H..R.. .A..I. .M. . vouch for a story not true in eve' The snake was TIE POWER QF TRUTH. ry particular.section hands and killed by the measured five feet and four inchWell, then Reforg this mas- es in length and had nineteen ter, this triumphgr, this conquer- rattles and a button. B&rrien General or, this dictator, this Emperor, News. a (On) there ari-e- s this .E.R.C.A.N.T.I.L.E deshe thought to he a desirable snlitary man, a wanderer, The loThe Local Paper. Merchandise pros rate, proplace in which to live ; the per- poiled, ruined, New cal the him. York Louis anil attacks scribed, says paper, imbued not son who is fully Ts.s.o.c.i.a.t.i.o.n with the principles pf industry Napqleou has ten thmpaqd can- Tribune, is the fiest read papir and jHMM'vei suee and wlio is nons aud live hundred soldiers ; in the world. All pf the papers in the world would not take the the writer has his pep and Main. S., Ephraim. pn willing to Seek to obtain a in tho heart of the home pahe is the place business nothing; wrjter Jivlihood by egitjmam and hum st toil pill find that, is a grain of dust, he is g, shad- per- No other contains the Cheapest place out. Best barwide as our country is and varied ow. he is an exile without n marriages and deaths ; no other gains to Customers. Goods a.t is her lesoiiri es, there is no refuge, ho is a vagrant without a relates the things happening Sold on smallest profits. ' side before the doors ofthptown peo; but he has by his place where idleness can survive, passport A gpod force or af- no other paper gives the and lighting with him two ple ; Or where inaetum can tie couniible clerks to "Much is ipviqcible, time of the next ball, picnic, tenanced. America is ti uly an wait on paand Truth, which is immortal. political meeting ; no other pub' trons. asylum for the oppressed, bui lishes the roll of honor of the J7ff or JUnj a, in ASJ.2, there is up couptry on earth that Call and see for yourselves. public school ; no other discusses requires yf its would be citizens affairs town the of or and lie to county, resolve a sterner The Ogden CityCopncil is gives in detail the local news OUR than the and the propriety of, passdiscussing United States; nor id there a ing a Curfew law which shall which cannot bo obtained from any other source. Every body pountry where vigorous, hones, nake it unlawful ' for minor reads it and that is why it is the reward industry is more surely children under 16 year of age to best in the world. haa paper here ed than right ip yhat he on the pubic streets unaccomliqo comprises j . as the known been popularly panied by their parents, guardiof Shirtings, line Finest New World. ans or friends. Dr without a spe- NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL of Calicoes, 7 to 8 cents Full line There are societies in cial permit, after oieht oclock, r. ESTATE. Rest Ginghams, 12 cents. parts of the yoTld m., from the first day of Sept, to j in iu Notice error is hereby given, That B.-- T. Cashmere, 'only 12 cents pre- the first that are gre.uly; day of April, and after in imUR : 3SCARDWARE wHH pursuance to an order of the Burning that they can, nine oclock r, M., from the first Court of those our to send the shore? San of Is complete. County Pete, punity, day of April to the first, of Sept, classes of improvident dissolute of each year. This is an at- Ter. of Utah, made on the 31st Carpenters, Harness and Shoepeople who h ive become, ou ac- tempt to revive an old custom, (lav of August 1885, in the mat- maker requisites in large varieter of the estate of M D. count of the demoralizing ell'yct hut wo dare say that, in .a ty, suoh as Hinges, Butts, Screws, city h ue upon society, like Ogdeu, it has many virtu. which they deceased, the undersigned, Carriage Bolts, the administrator of .aid estate, Planes, Hits, jm incubus to the progress and Port and Ring Bits, Sn&flhs, will sell at public auction, to thrift of many of the European Leather, Rivets, Ilames, etc., etc, When two great national par-tit'- the highest bidder, for are which mst ami and governments, cah, watch oat h other the Dem- subject to confirmatiod endangering ft e stability of our by said A call will convince you that ocrats trying to do so well that Probate Court, on Monday, the own, (duly recently the very pretlie Sentinel gives the when will keep them iti pow- 21st day of September 1885, at tentious and clamorous Salva- the people it is time to be up and alarm and the er. Ueput'liean losing 11 oclock A, M. at the front door tion Army of one of the large ex'o.-e to no eran doing. opportunity of the Court House in Mand, European cities has had the un- ror in L. M; OLSON, Supt, oiU-- to turn blushing e.firtmiciy to julvoeate tion to their own puolie inten- County of San Pete, all the righfi sup niority interest title, and the ido i of raising a fund for the estate is then the iiner. the of country g the of all sai.l M. !. of gdlieiing up purpose t The keenest scrutiny is always at the time of hi death, thy pm ditutu &nd moral f thijr diva "jtios and in order, for the people cate and all the right, title and ink more for ot administra- terest that theS said CENTRAL has, shipping theiutoAi a. ico, where tion thanhonesty do for they lit RAILWAY in party I'V operation of law or o. herwise thev m.iri tup search of 'employment, with a names. Chester ( Neh.) 2'rPi, t t. acquired other than or in ad new time card. that of the said M. I) view' to refornir,imi. Weappre-hJulv 9th, 1885. nd that the go judgment of A man who tights a great Hamhleton at the time of his Trains leave Nephi to all that certain Passenger the ottiojutv-- . of tiri-- Ration will corporation on public grounds is death, as follows daily lead than to eurbd at the very erlled a crank ; so is a man who lot, piece or parcel of land situate, and being in the said loing Noith at 2:15 p. m on Bet any sub ut rniscious devotes himself to wo,k nnique 11:45 a.m. of San LYte, Ti r. of Utah South ide.i5 ad those referred to; as the of charity or philanthrope; County and bounded at atSaltLake Arrive and countenance of such a systi m reformers in general, as :40p.m n mailer follows, to wit : 1 Ot 1 7 :20 a.m Leave Block 05 would su ideidy break down eve- how sincere or self suerim-in:;ro ry pillar of social and nioiol about as certain to be du; bed as platted in plat A Manti Citv YUrasenger Trains leave Salt Survey ; being the former home ethics ;and thc'grn: d sup'TstnH cranks as the sun to ri an I Lane daily, for the North, to of said dece scd. connect with the U. P. Ry. find and gouenmudul tabri of Nt w Haven (Con i.) ,Vt r Terms and conditions of sale, our country would ,oon fall n the U. it N. Ry., at 8 a. ru. ; Ten p. r cent, of the The Utah fruit ibis Pe si n is ca-victim to its self inllicted qnd arrive in SaltLake at 7 :30 purwounds. greatly inferior to the pa.--; t h roe chase money to be p:i; j to the p. m. ave iC'U auctioneer on the day of sMc, We are not Homans, but we years. Few pears 7Freight trains leave Nephi believe as did ti o e irlv Roman brought, here lmt v, ha were balance on confirmation of sale the north at 7 :40 a. m. and for in its true worniy.lt is no m- - earv to rise by said Prob ,t0 Court. Deed at that iiLrty, for the south at 6 :15 p. m. patriots eha-eof sense, does not imply that people early in the morning to ea. eh the expense pu Cope Gen. F. A P. Ayt. Lvtiier T. Ti may do as they please; but that worm. Eat a pear any t iri'e of Administrator of the ttli;, Fuancis John Sharp, Gen. Supt ctateof 'persons day and you will catch i e r M. D. liberty implies that which deceased. llambleton, is worms that yo. want. j Kuehe mav be fr e to do that O c; Main Street Sait . Wm. T. Reid, Attv. General is in keep- - in.ee. which and (.. that Luie City, light , r X ifar In .. J. E. booth. rkv :.r.'i.o,'N BOOTH BROWN, & roi 'r.rniS AT - 1,- ATTORNEYS LEW, sample BY ONLY CL CH!?:i niKl'FMTOsIlIJ )SatMj Also manufacturers of Quaker Table Flar lies, Preserves, Maple Syrups, ste. etc., ing Extracts, BO.I BT. Ofiiee immedintely i.oith of Kirsi National Bank, Provo City, Attend to all kinjsif leiral Imsincsii, TO all t!te enunties. of the Territory, advert l.vi-1tci The Mel atte tion Special given to the set Of thff oread l oi.Rinp ion. la ment of the e tales-t.(iecea-e- i t? a oer tem dy. tn t.a-sons, both local and foreign a;i j r,, sntfi rer the rneajie f e- e. Vo th tr'1' 'tpthe collei-tiiand m.in.iKeimoit ot heVithvvi rentl icouv of fO'- pt" wfl t,;o pn a qnr- - I legacies and inheritances. Attend lame vi.ch tt"7 r !,n :iuve to Ian entries, tin j1 jirool'q contest- Ccjfrhe,ColJr,Cer..... .j'-h a. r- ed entries, ami ail kind of Land Brotiehqii, x,. ", r . 'LOUia " G0IKl:Ni'ii7l;', f 1 e arv-c--- . - !1 or " ; OJie hus.nesa. tion, H t cn.-tior. d're-tv- Ji p'l- a nl r G V. ix. -- ' j!