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& .J. c SUN SHINES Vi V Mr? InlLEo FOR ALL i. VOL- - ! J! PROFITABLE AMItJALS. . S1UL mi.. Clothier, and Customer. tCALL IN SUBSCRIBE i I , ! mzt had gme beyond ner oepto nan eona to (he third time. He weut' to 'her aid and brought her to land, although she greatly impeded hie efforts by elutchiug him i round the throat. He spraiued one arm and broke one of his fingers in the desperate struggle for life. Young Moore is a resident of Brooklyn, N. Y., and works as a clerk In a New York shipping office. Cinelneatt Frtseasr Toek a Short Cot to IJberr, Cbarles York got ori of thfitoWy Jail at Cincinnati, O., tha other M in a chaal-la- r manner. Ha was awaiting tha icticrn it the grand jury on a charge of cvMng Intent to kill, and whlTs a' prisoner ' CUw llUA NO. o fV.A'A', VrtiiUit HE An i WILL WOO NO MORK. Mnnufiiclurm nf Charley" Will Hereafter Stlsh U Salvation Army Work. The respectable member of the Salvation Army In MiMourl have been much grieved o! late over the eccentricities and way wardnaw of one of their number who la known to St Louis people as Angel Charley" or "Lieut Furnisher.'"" r . Pretty." 0 fiftved JEfomethlnf. We meet many peculiar characters In this world. I ran across a man once-nin- d he was a mad Of Intelligence and a man of The Bpots and Shoes, Dealers lu iv. ' rbrfarinihi9.ded Globe-Democra- p - ilL young man baa a susceptible heart, affectionate nature and a mania for proposing to good looking girls which las led to aerioii 1 a complications th way of conflict-- I n g matrimonial engagements, Irstf fiancees and jrvath- ful mammas In view of th peck of arqel charliv. trouble resulting from his courtships Charley" recently announced that be should hereafter atick closely to bis work as a Salvationist, "1 am in the army of the Lord now," he said, "end there I Intern? to remain, If tb girls dont Interfered" splendid family, wealthy and all that vlth surprise and admiration: 'Ifhj who lost his wife, and who, in telling me loost beautiful horses n the world are of his bereavement, said: ' ' "WelJ, I will save something out of the jn Paris!" Many pf the French carriage horse; wreck, r can ear her stockings. Bee are Cleveland bays, imported from York' here. and he rolled up his pantaloons. shire and the coach horse breeding dis- Sure enough, there were women's' stockof fine texture and reaching away TOUR gCALINO yuS WLL tricts of England. But apart frorij ings above the knee. Ho proceeded to explain busied himself in removing tbs garbage these the French coach horse is a dis- that he bad bought her several of the jail yard pairs at $3 from tbs kitchen to a tinct breed whose hhe points appear at each Jusf a week before alje died, but she lying near the' wall. part some means bs By I first sight bad never had any nse of them, and he secured a long mop handle aud a piece of Both the Cleveland bay and the French would have to wear them out, though he strong wire. The latter be bent into tbs was sorry he had bought them. coach hone are now bred to a considershape of a letter S, and Inserted through a The idea was so funny that It was all I hole in the handle. When so opportunity able extent in this country, and both ' who wonJd could do to keep from laughing fight put, came be booked the affair to the jail fence, have toeirardeSTsSte the saying to, but the man was so very climbed up, jumped over and waa free. ; . " i hare nf Cither kind undor that I repressed the inclination to The first the officials knew of the affair Mr. Ires' Cabrttssls OoeWshlp. aa7'Kjls?rLajoiis lion. Mr. David Le, of New York city, Is a sad, but as long was from a citizen, who saw York leap uci is We Jay before onr reader this week doso. Qf jj0 down and sprint for freedom through the very angry man. Recently be was engaged ha tould save srest alleyway. . rrinre.,.pf both these admirable to Budle Dlchtenberg, and hla wooing sped type wife's bos!eryf lAm e scape - was cleverly pkipn'u'TTl'" I vt the 0Arn h bad nfi; l'-sJtaiUin eiecwuft.il carried The first iSuatratioL" - a (uruisboi? f fiat, given hi' Jhneee several t. (Cleveland bay and ber coif, taken while rpti ye. Sf. Lpuis presents and hired a hall where the ceremony to be performed, with the accompaniTWO BABY BURCLAfiS. im rapid motion. Field and Fanq aaysi ments of music am? the at udance of several Stopy of aq Intelligent Cat The breeding of coach horses in this hundred guests. 4 Uttle Lfore the appointed A New Hampshire physician send me They Boh a Store of Tqlpahles Worth country is receiving much attention, and Large Sum-Bahour he received a not froa fpidic1 mother is proving very remunerative for q cer- the following ' pat story, for which be Francisco is tha borne of two bur- stating that the wedding wa "off. He vouches: tain class of farmers. There aye several called for an explanation and was tod that Among other queer tricks will glars who will not be prosecuted. Their name arp William Taylor god nothing further could be don till he banded breeds of horses well fitted foe this pur- take off my glasses very carefullypick with his pose, but none fully equal to the Cleve- paw, hold them with one claw and survey Vary Kauffmann. William Is 4 years old over 88JX1Q Jn cash and a diamond ring. In' and Mary fa about the same age. One of-- stead of submitting to these demands Mr. land bay. They are powerful, active them with great apparent Interest. Less has gone to law. He bad placed quit t and good looking, of a beautiful bay "The first time he did thj was qnt night sum of money Iq Mrs. Dichtenhorg'e hands, polor, with dark points, always trans- - when be bad beeq napping pad I reading. but, with thrifty foresight, h took a receipt le a great pet, and going tq hlm I bent mitting their polor witfi unerring cer- oyer,js without tor every pent paid out. He pqw seeks reimmotion by' any indicating bursement through tb court. If he cent tainty. They not only make superb 'meaning, and said gently: coach bones, but for light draft and my IDick, if yqu want to have his girl he at least wants his gold. to take bed off gq road work they jure excellent, and al- my giasseq. 4 Toque Girl glqln by Uey fatrer. though we fiq not believe in the "He immediately reached UP Paw and Webster H. Campbell, ll) years of age, Is oral pnrppge1 horse they fill the eye pf took them off es tiefty as though lj were ender arrest at Leblghton, Carboq county, inch farmers as do advocate such an an- an old habit. Thinking this 'happen so' I Pa. He la charged with kililnz 0?rt same and on made the them look request imal, and this class of farmers upop put a girl a few months yoqnger than himin different words, with precisely the same them with great favor. self. The two were lovers, and j was pot one .more repetition ha After result. Cleve-lan- d of the "The main characteristics known that they bad quarreled. But the yawned and plainly intimated that was other evening Oertie wa? found dying lq the bay are its adaptability to almost eijough. Philadelphia Times. all kind of work, wonderful uniformity parlor pf her mothers houso, with a bullet Wound in her breast. Young Campbell, who of aize and pplor, pood disposition, great Btlll Hast Hog. was her companion, claimed that bis revolver endurance, bplfi, free action and fine taste for An puergetio young man with a been discharged aocldentally, but so much bad animal desirable style, making it a very pewt,PaPer work succeeded fn obtaining mystery surrounds tho affair flfat a coroner's to breed to for getting either a fine car- employment on one of tha Now York daijury has held the lad fo trial was a riage or general purppse horsp. They lies. H had said that all ha wanted WILLIAM TATLOR MARY KADWMABlf. buzz as saw wa a as he busy should stand at maturity from sixteen start, and Every great disaster, like the Johnstown ternoon recently they opened a window to flood or the Louisville tornado, bring out tb hands to pixteen bands two and a half thereafter. One day a friend stopped hint Mr. corat the store, chase after fame long Armstrongs grocery best and the worst traits of hunnu nature, inches high, and weigh from 1,200 pounds (n bis impetuous Twenty-sixtand ner of Alabama streets, While brave meu are engaged in the work of to ask him how he waa getting to 1,450 pounds, have good sloping shoul- enough Oh, I am doing splendidly, tbt entered, and carried away a gold watch, rescue there lingef about the rqius numoroqi along. and ders, short backs, powerful ioips some chains and other property of the ag- foul oreatures who watch tbeir chance to deyoung man answered with enthusiasm. gregate value of $400. The "plunder they "Have you written anything yet! the dead, Some of the robberies comwrote fen col- distributed among their playmates, keep- spoil Yes, Indeed I have. mitted at LuisviUe recently were of the for themselves. of a candy stuff all only ing supply good umns and a half last week; mo-- t shameless sort, and should subject th No trace has been found of the missing too." when caught, to tb severest petrators, pel who is Mr. as yet. Armstrong, "That is good. I am glad to know that property mourus the loss of a rub- yeuoltle you are doing so well. Your last weeks wealthy, chiefly ber ball, the favorite toy of a little son who work must have paid you pretty well." died the other day. If he could get that said the so young very welj, "No, not roraga mannfnctnren have found of the other articles writer hesitatingly; you see they have back he says the theft way to circumvent tho tariff law jqst him. would not worry pot printed any of my matter yet. the publishers found how to circumvent York Timea the lack of an international copyright Modern Sim Worshiper. A recent issue of s medical journal pub- law. The plan was revealed by Ilcrr lished at Vienna contalm. an account of s Jung, one of tho dclogatos to tho InterWHY SHE fEEKS FREEDOM. Curious disease now prevailing to a limited national Iron and Steel congress.- - Ilqrr extent at the Austrlun capital. The victim Terrible Ordeal to Which a Wife Wee while within the bouse shows no abnormal Jung said: "As a result of tho visit of Subjected. FREUCH COACH HORSB. symptoms, but once out of doors fixes his Oernian iron men to this country, many A etory with ail the interest and rospenee tong quarters, head well set on long, eyes upon the sun, and instead of being of our most experienced iron manufactthe story of Bluebeard' last wife was re- dazzled Is able to stare steadily at the aChed neck, and carried in a style not of In Whelan urers will invest their money litre and J. told by Mrj.. Margaret fierce light. He spreads his logs so as to seen In any other breed. He has good cently court bill for divorce from become citizens of th republic. Visit her supei become limbs his firm a footing, acquire action, and in some instances consider- James Whelan, at picAgo. Fro time ho hears ho ore being made to every part of the the and for paralyzed, her i Nov. T, 1880, able speed." geea not hing but the sun, United States by delegates with a view rlage, Aug. 18, 1888, gpeg( t0 ' The handsome Oeveland bay mare In stofy doe not materially differ from th dead to the rest of his sure of d F establishing at different advantaguou the Illustration above belongs in Colo- hundreds of similar tales. 8b was beaten roundiDg. After about ten minutes, twice ah It will rado. The superb French coaching stal-lio- L and abused by her husband, who when the retina baa become wearied, he points great manufactories." r rewith a knife. her he kill where to Amerstill be between then the to competition tempted ground, falls on the powerless of our second illustration, as sM (Once he cut her dress from her back mains a few minutes. Then he raises hlra- - ican and German iron making, but the other band, is ownod in the east, in wai escaiAtf, and again stabbed a neighboi glowiyt Walks about, and presently be competition will be upon American noil. Massachusetts. who Interfered to save her from abuse, bne- g t0 the game attraction again, and The origin of the French coach horse left him, but returned on his promise betabove described are gone Coates and Clark, the British rival thread the phenomena enn bo traced back to a strain of Arabian ter behavior. Bhe entered the bouse aud folsecond time. manufacturers, long since established a through blood. The leading features of the breed lowed him to a room. Too late she noticed , factories in the United States. can be readily seen in thepioture. A that tb knobs of th door bad been removed I A Lad Who Ha Saved Five Live. j writer in The American Cultivator snys: and their place taken by heavy staples, . Harry Moore Is a brave la'l When a bad railroad accident happens telegraph wires and but 17 years old he has already The French coach horse is alarge sized, which were fastened withwomaa Although asked her bur it is in almost every case the result of move-! a terrified and The saved the lives of five people, compactly formed, round barreled, ob- padlocks. carelessness or stupidity on the part of he meant to do, aud he turned on meut is now on foot to secure for him th what band lique shouldered animal, with a strong b the trainmen or switchmen. What is her and, seizing her -by th hair, dragged award of a medal numbered buck, powerful loin, smooth coupling, ho has to the floor. "Yoiu- minute ere which tho matter? Are they overworked, or ars but have roundly turned hips, strong quarters, he exclaimed. "Pray now, for you fairly earned. fiber so poorly raid that the railroad clean hocks, smooth, clean limbs, Bliort, five minutes to liv" 10 but years hands When with h companies can only gut incompetent men strong pasterns and good feet As a of age he rescued Bhe knelt on the floor, knia ahuRe be and to work for the wage they pffer? opsued rule they are remarkably intelligent and clasped In prayer, b 1 s little sister head. The time drowning. docile. They are uphoaded, free, spirit- and flourished It above her from a to turned Whelan That was his first ed drivers and getting short, and Speaker Heeds precedent in counting capital roadsters, being was Others foto change the clock to a more lwlf feat Able to in a quorum will be adopted to subdue in men a heavy buggy pull 4wo watch the minutes ee they llowed In due from eight to ten miles an hour with all kindc if obstreperous opposition in ".h.te.rfkUtoe Mr. last His course. ease. They are also fast walkers. Those Jwang all kinds of assemblies. In Detroit the at. was to her feet and leaped exploit Acquainted with both pronounco the window to th street. She was seriously la Cos Cob, Conn. He lmve ; Democrats of the city council french coach hoYse very similar in char-Act- jured hr her fall, but was cared for by was In swimming lever to lift an this powerful en plied order an entered when he learned to tho old fashioned Morgan, the stinute minority of Republican. sdrl who chief difference being a largo increase in gdqwhelia from In any way annoying tlmi tre. Jolly J OS HF, . In France the military authorities have substituted carrier swallows for pigeons. A test was recently made at Hairbuix, and fifteen of the birds were given absolute freedom of wing for the fifst time. They flew in differcut directions, and Jn shout twcuty minuteiouecame hack and perched on the trainers outstretched finger. Ik I.Alf an hour atl had returned. 1 CLFVELfJtp BAT HAW AD FOAL, pages in the phamps Elysee and exclaims ?:.;, AND OVER THE One of its best reason , business houses become so why London ancient Is be- WHICH 13 THE' BEST COACH HORS1 W,nd UP tbeir affair. t ' " irnmllL of har4 FOR TJHE BREEDER! pounds must go out in credit before the first shilling can be said to be th business lasts new He Figri HI Mou; end He Take credits take the place of old ones, and the HU Choice Illoitratlons of the Two Importance of a concern Is determined bv the number of Mok able Fashion-iklF;ncpeople b Coach Families Kow to pay when they get good and ready whose names apoud English on " ' its fcredit . I t pear books. ... 4. ,. A British tradesman will fall with Which la the heat bpeed of coach triple torse? 0UtstudIng accounta re to liberate his quired indebtedness, because After the American tourist in Europe he considers It little has traveled through the principal bother Sir Clarence short of a crime to or titles there and watched the carriage Charles. Accounts of this to dun Lord kind are sought in of rich the the if he after and encouraged, while those who parks parades run Jooka at he equl- them up know full well that the fact of pome' to Farii last 1 ft! a their patronage Is being laid great stress on In dazzling plebeian patrons with the Importance of their The one earing feature of the system Is that the aristocratic patron never deserts his appointed tradesman except for good cause, and never fails to recommend him on every oecaalon. Cor. Clothier aud Hon. Ml SPANISH FORK, UTAH, THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1892. p-- V - 4? , J ' e( : GROCERIES. Hardware, Clothing, Fur-niture, Fancy Notions, Farm Mill ing , Flour," GraA? MALM& HUGHES! DEALERS IN E0 . h "-- u Now 1 Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps Etc., Etc. i Main SPANISH FOR If Street, V ! THE ft , Dea'er iu Fangy and Green Groserik We c.irrv a full line of Tobacco, Cigais and Fiue Candirt-We make a Sjucially of Friuli , ! ' j Jit airs. Jj ; j p-- i Which urrivtt daily. When you aru hungry call m.d w c u, ami whin thirsty, this is the place you aro looking lor. Summer Drinks on ice. I'ur llluckhciiy Cordinl . i immense; try a Iniltli and be eourimnl, Lewis Stewaiit & Go.