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.ffflMLE ANIMALS. OVER THE FENCE IS OUT. Olothtor aad Contomar. One of the best reasons why London CUiviaaatl Prisoner Took a sur business houses become so ancient is beHORSB Cut to Liberty, ; f i3 THE BEST COACH It Is so hard to wind up their affairs. cause Cbarlns York got out of the county jail . Hundreds I r'OR THE BREEDER? pounds must go out in credit I at Cincinnati, O., the other day tn a paaob before tbe offirst shilling can be said to b Ur manner. lie was awaiting tbs action earned. As long m ths business lasts new H Taks the t on and a HI of Honey grand Jury charge j cutting 1 with intent to kill, and while prisoner credits take the place of old onos, and the thole Illustration of tU Two importance of a concern is determined by the number of people able to paywhon lfl)8th Famine Now Most rhlon-ftM- e they get good and ready whose names apand KngUsb French pear on Its credit books. of coach A British tradesman will fall with triple BASEMENT WToicb is the best breed COMMEliCIAL .RAVths assets ia outstanding accounts reS quired to liberate hla indebtedness, because INGS BANK. After the American tourist in Europe he considers it little short of a crime to L traveled through the prinoipal bother Sir Clarence " or Lord to dun watched the carriage nilOVO CITY, . UTAH jo there and Charles. Accounts of tbis kind aro sought trades of the rich ia the parks if he after and encouraged, while those who run them, np know full well that the fact of met to Paris last he looks at the equi- their patronage Is being laid groat itress on in dazzling plebeian patrons with tbs Ths Importance of their one saving feature of the system is that TO PROVO the arlstocratio patron never desert bis appointed tradesman except for good tikes your photograph cause, and never falls to recommend hint Have on every occasion. Cor. Clothier and Furnisher. MALSOLM- & HUGHES, GLUFF & SGOTT Il - DEALERS IN "BARBERS.::: j.j, ISSMBa&IL nor. PW( 'I ie$ ) WHEN CLEVELAND in the Champs Elyses and exclaims surprise and admiration: "The beautiful horses in the world are fiPsriat" horses j Many of the French carriage jr Cleveland bays, imported from York hire and tbe coach horse breeding die England. But apart from French coach horse isadis jnct breed whose fine points appear at tret sight. f Both the Cleveland bay and the French loach horse are now bred to a consider foie extent in this country, and both Jars their ardent admirers, who would jare no other kind under any considera C. A. CONKLING. from the kitchen to a part of the jail yard tying near the wall. By some means he secured s long mop handle and a piece of strong wire. Tbe luttcr he bent into the shape of a letter 8, and Inserted through a hole In tbe handle. When an opportunity came be hooked the affair to the Jail fence, climbed up, jumped over and was free. The first the officials knew of the affair Son. A was from a citizen, who saw York leap WO before onr readers this week down and sprint for freedom through the plctmT of both these admirable types nearest alleyway. rf the carriage horse. Tbe escape was cleverly planned and (The first illustration represents a successfully carried out. Cleveland bay and bar colt, taken while h rapid motion. Field and Farm saya: TWO BABY BURGLARS. The breeding of coach horses in this Rob a Stere of Valuable Worth irntry is receiving mnch attention, and They j Large Sum, proving very remunerative for a serSan Francisco Is tbs horns of two bur in class of farmers. There are several giars who will not be prosecuted. is of horses well fitted for this pur Their names are William Taylor and , but none fully equal to the Cleve Uary Kauffmann. William is 4 years old nil bay. They are powerful, active and Mary la about the same age. One af nd good looking, of a beautiful bay filor, with dark points, always traas hitting their color with unerring They not only make snperb Joach horses, - bnt for light draft and load work they are excellent, and we do not believe in the "gen (ral purpose" horse they "fill the eye of as do advocate such an an t:b farmers and this class of fanners look Upon them with great favor. "The main characteristics of the Clev nd bay are its adaptability to almost II kiuds of work, wonderful uniformity f size and color, good disposition, great ndurance, bold,- free action and fine a very desirable animal J" tyle, making it o breed to for getting either a fine car Itiage or general purpose horse. They should stand at maturity from sixteen WILLIAM TAYLOR MARY KACTTMAIOt. Lands to sixteen hands two and a half ternoon recently they opened a window to lubes high, and weigh from 1,300 pounds Mr. Armstrongs grocery store, at the COP to lAIO pounds, have good sloping shoul-n- . nrr of Alabama and Twenty-sixtstreets, short backs,. powerful loins and entered, ami carried away a gold watch, some chain and other property of tbe aggregate val ue of $400. The plunder" they distributed among their playmates, keeping only a supply of candy for themselves. No trace has been found of the missing is property as yet. Mr. Armstrong, who wealthy, chiefly mourn the loan of a rub-tie- r ball, the favorite toy of S Httle son who lied the other day. It be could get that back he say the theft of the other articles not worry him. cer-srat- y. h Modern 8un Worshipers. a medical journal published at Vienna contains an account of a curious diseas now prevailing to a limited extent at the Austrian capita). Tbe victim FRENCH COACH MORSE. while within tbe bouse shows no abnormal bug quarters, head well set on long, symptoms, but ouce out of door fixes his if bed neck, and carried in a style not ryes upon the eun, and Instead of being a in any other breed. He has good dazzled is able to stare steadily at the hi legs so a to set. on, and in some instances consider-ibl- o Lena light. He spreads acquire a firm footing, hi limbs becoma rpml." tralyzed, and for tbs time he heart ne Tlx- - handsome Cleveland bay mare In p one speak to him, sees nothing but tbe sun, the illu-- t ration above belongs in Coloand appears dead to the rest of bis surrado. The suia-rFrench coaching etal rounding. After about ten minutes, iiot of our second illustration, on tbe when the retina baa become wearied, he where be reitW, hand, is owned in tbe east, in fulls powerless to tbe ground, main a few minutes. Then he raises him MiissnchnsettA The origin of the French coach horse t bulf slowly, walks shout, and presently he subject to the same attraction again, and fiu lie traced buck to astrain of Arabian is i he phenomena above described are gone blood. Thb lending features of the breed a second time. tin be readily seen in the picture. A through ' A "iter in The American Cultivator says: Lad Who Ha Saved Five Uv4. Tin- - Tr :ich couch horse is sized, alarge lurry Moore to a bruvs lad. 'inpiu tly formed, round barreled, b .Ithough but IT year old be bus already eil ths lives Of five people, and a moveli'in rhouldorvd animal, with a strong nt is now on foot to secure tor him tbe iKiwerful loin, smooth, coupling, aril Of a medal tumidly turned hips, strung quarters lch he has lun hock, smooth, clean limbs, short, ly earned, ttrouvf pasterns and good feet As a ion but 10 years rule they are remarkably Intelligent and age he rescued docile. They are upheaded, free, spirit-i- d i little slater drivers and capital roadsters, being m drowning, able to at was his first pull two men in a heavy buggy L Others f row eight to ten miles afi hour with In dus taw. They arg also fust walkers. Thoss last His ms. kquuinted with both pronounce the dolt si .was reiu.h coach horse very similar in char i Cob, Cunn. D ohT ta the old fashioned Morgan, the I la swimming thief difference . an b learned being a large increiws in A relent Issue of i 't ta, Cracked Beef ta Oiifi answer to a request for something J Prevent cracked hoofs Ths Dakota inner soys: An ointment composed of equal porta i pins tar, fish oil and beef brine heated together and well atirrsd until told will often prevent the hoofs of anl-'M- i from cracking if applied dally with hiart friction. Yon might have your tirii shod, the loose' hoof cut away and the Interstices stuffed with tar and few, wiuls a judicious uso of leather with ths ,1,u ill be found bouetidal Keep the clean, and should much lamonesg W prcwnt poultice with bran for a day w two lx fore applyiug the shoes. In V (SILdMfflIIIEKSo Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Etc., Etc. Main Street, SPANISH FORK - . I , , t s ' , eof ) Be Saved Something, hae tbe , He W meet many peculiar characters In reputation o of turning out tho finest this world. I ran across a man once and he was a man of Intelligence and a man of Work South of Salt splendid family, wealthy and all that-w- ho Like, or even in tho Territory. lost his wife, and who, in telling ms Call on him. of his bereavement, said: Well, I will save something out of ths wreck. 2 can wear her stock lugs. See and he rolled up his pantaloons. here, MANAGER, Sure enough, there were womens stockings of flue texture and reaching away TROVO above the knee. He proceeded to explain North J Street, that be hod bought her several pairs at 9 each just a week before ahe died, but she had never hod any use of them, and h would have to wear them out, though h was sorry he had bought them. The idea was so funny that It was all 1 could do to keep from laughing right out, as tbe gay lag ia, but the man was so very serious that I repressed the Inclination to do so. I told him it was sail, but as long as he could save something out of the wreck by wearing Lis dead wifes hosiery -- OF, he was not In such a had fix, but still he could not see tbe ludicrous side of his narrative. St. Louis Thoto-giaphi- BAT MARE AND FOAL. Lges vith fiost i lil GOING . ' a' t , I William M. Thomas DEALER IN GKAND Open i n g Fall Globe-Democra- t. is Story of Intelligent Cat. A New Hampshire physician sends ms the following cat story, for which h vouches: "Among other queer tricks Dick will take off my glasses very carefully with bis naw, hold them with one claw and survey Milinsrg Vegetables, Etc. aT Farrs. daih Paid Mrs. CHILDRENS HEADWEAR A fe? Fat dalyei and dhisksm Bologna Fresh Every Day. STIC-IALT- them with great apparent interest. Price lower than the lowest. ' "The first time he did this was on night Everybody cordially treated. when he hud been napping and 1 reading. Call and examine our Goode ' One door tfiontb or He is a great pet, and going to him I bent Before buying eliwherc Rockliill Holeli over, without indicating by any motion my meaning, and said gently: Utah Fork, Spanish " Dick, If you waut to go to bed take off i my ghnses.' He immediately reached up a paw and took them off a deity as though It were au Old habit. Thinking this a 'happen so I v i F put them on and made the tame request in different words, with precisely ths seme PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER, JEW result. After one more repetition he ELfcRand OPTICIAN. and yawned plainly intimated that was enough. Philadelphia Times. Watches,' Clocks end Jewelry Repaired Still Bustling. pAU work Warranted. An energetic young man with a taste tot succeeded in obtaining newspaper work Also dealer for si kinds off . employment on one of the New York dallies. H i had said that all he wanted was a Instruments, Violin, Guitar and Banjo Strings tart, and he was as busy as a buxi saw thereafter. One day a friend atopped him 3FMoil Orders Promptly attended to In his Impetuous chase after fame long to how him he was enough ak getting P. 0. Box 118 along. Ob, I am doing splendidly, th UTAH PROVO, young man answered with enthusiasm. Have you written anything yetf Yes, indeed I have. 1 wrote ten columns and a half last week; all good stuff . Spanish Fork, Uhh GEO. HARTLEY too. "That Is good, t am gfad to knew that you are doing so welL Your last weeks work must have paid you pretty welL "No, not so very welL said the young writer hesitatingly; you see they have not printed any of my matter yet. New York Tims. PYNE&MAIBEI? An Italian applicant for naturalization papers ia New York could not speak English very welL That he nnderstood PRECRIPTI0N3 CAREFULLY the main objects of eitisenship, howPOUNDED. ever, was proved by his replies to questions. EL was asked what voters went to the polls for. To send a man to Albany," h answered. Well, what doe the men go to Albany for?" was ths next question. - And : the intelligent Italian Immediately answered, make money." PROVO, -- COM- FOR- UTAH l I MONEY LOANED f, , ON IMPROVED Tbe socialists are roaring gently. Their congresses ia Europe at characterized by mildness and Common tense. The leaders recommend lively agitation indeed, hot they recommend that it b o o carried on through printer's ink, realisof hands men in that the ing entirely Samull CoRfiART, Notary Paidic, great, Uks themselves, the pen is might-Iwths- a at Ret met, One Bloch Eatt of the sword. At the same time Ojfitt Btori . to be confounded with tbs Aqfwish anarchists in pnblic opinion. They wish SPANISH FORK, V UTAH mankind to know they are quite distinct and another kind 6f a reforming party. After all, ths recently uttered views' of the socialists as to the duty of the itatd are not So very different from times Of Farm Property i - Co-o- nt THE LITTLE William of t-w- W , tt fetus Nle ENTJTSFORD Cterw-r.'- !! Tsars' M It Trevats. - r Oppoiite the Harrison Houie. A registered letter, supposed to- contU.S. GRANT, Prop. ain1 something valuable,' was returned Ctali to. the Baltimore postoiBvs recently, Spriogvills, ft was ecu! from here to'NCw York city it. arirl wkft fog A party there as far backs Marti I g0h6 ttjfODU Mt Cffptot DUd i&flft Y6i Ths regulations require regia third time. H went to her aid and lfl, eendot tugbt her to Uadi although sb greatly to red ktWr to bs returned to the Tbs undidivefed. bin if within clutching effort his by daye peded thirty mnd tbs throat. Ht sprained on arm letter had uo explanation of indoriwmenl 1 broke one of bis fingers in tbe (taper after Its nearly nick years Of sleep' in I a New York. M.th Wcmiaa who Statil straggle for Ilfs. Young Moor Ideal of Brooklyn, N, Y, and works as will call at lha postofilce eh Can yet it back bow, hut she will be required to ilerk In a Nw York shipping office. identify it Baltimore' AmericanAND INSTITUTE OF PENMANS ITI P In Fmncs ths military authorities baVs ASD inOSTHARD. sloven suicide la - BOOI-IIim- Paris had substituted carrier swallows tor pigeons. rscentiy A tost waa recently made at RsuWx, ana one tod eni'oldc. Aitaronna for leuios,' Watt svenieg a day. It wai good day Uo-cfifteen of tbe bird wars Tla absolute Provo City,' Utah. Call and other Ilall, than suicides has' more ahy Psri freedom of wing tut the first ttniaJ They ss specimen of penmaoihip ted istrs and that farious and derporate flew tu dlfforeut directions, end tn about O. W. DIX,.' particular. twenty niliiutosonscams back and perched Icity, atainthe, i at tbe bottom of many Principal' fingefi. outrtretchsd on the trainer of them. half aa hour ail had rstoraaA '..., ltE I 0NLT 03.00 PER VEAE, . . . 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