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THE UTAH VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY, AUGUST IRKTA DIXON, - 30, - those pioneers who have done so much and labored so long and well for this Territory. Many of those worthy seniors have sacrificed their best days to the good of the people and are justly regarded as wise and unselfish leaders whose call to a brighter world would leave a void in the hearts of the people and in the proper management of afifairs which could not he filled. Their reward in this world in numerous cases has been meager enough and only Ilim who repays righteous deeds in the eternal world will award the iriKT measure of their glory. Rut even tin; foremost of these unselfish and venerable leaders of the people recognize the necessity of reformation in certain directions. It is reported that President Wilford Woodruff, than whom a more honest and Mormon never upright lived, we believe, in an address tin Tooele (minty, recently ascribed the weakness of the people before the advancing enemy not to the tower of the foe but to the and dereliction of duty existing among themselves. This is exactly our idea. In various communities leading or prominent men have let self get the mastery over their lives ami built up monoH)lies, rings and cliques, and when their own partisans have remonstrated they have often been hushed into silence by the intimation that a just criticism of injurious conduct was apostacy or Liberalism! These and other abuses have crept in and weakened the peoples party. The practice of favoritism has flourished in some localities notoriously until the denial of the fact for policys sake would be worse than nonsense. Ami all these and other abuses have grown in spite of the utmost efforts of many of the chief and worthy leaders of the people. All wc insist upon is what the people demand, namely; that the principles which they profess shall Ik lived up to and in no ease be used as the excuse for monoply, nepotism or worse. Free and independent young men of Utah are the only ones we can find who ought to he worthy of the trust of correcting the abuses of the day and carrying out the great ideas of the leading pioneer fathers. They should feel that they are called to the work of reform. It is only a matter of a little time when the wisest ami best of the living must lay the burdens they have sujqiortcd so nobly iqon young shoulders and depart. With the flight of years must abo go those whom selfishness and greed and egotism have led to firm combinations of aristocracy, or mercenary rings, and tried to constitute themselves parvenu dictators at the expense of justice ami human equality "and in contravention of tin principles Latter-da- y ns professed they Saints. These criticisms we make, not to bring reflections upon the cause of the people, hut because they are necessary to tin purity of that cause in our judgment. It ought to he a time of It ought to Ik a time of fastand ing prayer. It ought tnheutime of renewed consecration all around among leaders and people hut how an these things proceed until gross abuses are corrected abuses which are a source of weakness, a source of division, a source of disgrace to professed principles. sclf-sacrific- 1SSS). Editor. Entered at the 1ostnjjicc at Provo City Utah , as second class mail matter. INDEPENDENCE. ng When Tiik Utah Vau.ky was first launched umii the uncertain sea ofjournalisin it announced itself as an indcpcnd.'nt bark, determined t carrv to the people lionest news a inf candid views. IfV the term independent we took care to say that we meant not to follow a servile partisan bias upon the one hand nor a middle undecided half way. straddle-tlie-fenc- e course ujKn the other hand but we merely profair posed to be straightforward and candid to all under every circumstance. Wc said moreover that we pressed to conduct this paper in harmony with the views and deference to the feelings and convictions of the people of Utah Valiev. With this plan carefully in view continually we have communed with the people often in most parts. of the county and accumulated a mass "of individual opinions which if published, as they will not be however, would certainly startle the local public, especially if the wcllknown names of the gentleman and ladies who have expressed the views so carefully compiled would consent to allow their names to appear in connection with their opinions. During our, on the whole, verv satisfactorv cxpcrencc of five months or there abouts we have met a remarkable variety of treatment and come upon novel conditions chiefly bv way of opposition in interested quarters, To enumerate a few of these casually, we have discovered s everal trusted friends professing the utmost friendship at our face, carrying reports for evil purjoscs and working us a malicious injury behind our back with no apparent purpose except to curry favor in some quarter. We have been accused of falsely cherishing rank sentiments by persons who felt injured because wc claimed equal rights and previlegcs as a brother. We have been systematically opposed by covert innuendo and individuals who ought to have bigger souls have practiced petty slights. In other cases the courtesies usually accorded the press, such as the granting of complimentary tickets by the Opera House management, the formal extension of various facilities to get at news and public information and similar usual previlegcs have been studiously withheld. We speak of these few things we might specify many more not by way of complaint but merely to illustrate some few of the many methods which opjosition lias adopted with only the apparent view of multiplying petty aggriev-ance- s until we should lie harassed into a condition of despair and he driven in sheer desperation to porsue a radical course of opposition which appears to be desired by amonojiolistic comietition. Nay more; we have had to compete with an agent who has threatened people that they would lose their standing in the church if they did not take his rivel paper and spared A LITTLE ADVICE. no opportunity to misrepresent us With these and a thousand more Dont try to take advantage of a little difficulties too tedious to fcllowmau by subterfuge; don't try mention our readers can imagine how difficult the path of our "in- to use the prestige of vour wealth it may be or vour influence withal dependence has been made, yet in to place vour fcllowmau in an unthe midst of treachery, trickery position. Do not conspire in just and trial of all sorts we have kept darkness to defane or injure, asout of the reach of malice or vindictive rage. Kven when the ex- perse or deceive. You may have treme of malignant opposition has practiced the eunning arts of petty tried to distroy the amicable duplicity with success a time or yes, even for years, but neverprivate relations of kinship by false two; ever with all your acuincn theless insinuations and sneaking backand in tergiversation experience we have been silent and biting, left all to the will of that power youll find your equal and come which is mightier than the designs ingloriously to grief someday. Reware of egotistic vanity which of the cumiingest of men. Withai and we believe we have maintained' magnifies your leads into unawares public well you a calm, dignified, infairly dependent course. Continuing in derision and contempt. No mairis greater than the truth; the future we shall practice no cause so mighty that it can no dodges of misrepresentation or falsehood to please or injure any justify a lie, consecrate a malicious of intrigue or body or thing and strive to be fair underhanded game and a gross wilfully misand just in all cases and at all baptise, events. wants more leading deception. Even the dumb than this in the way of partizuu walls have ears and tongues to rebias and bitterness will not expect veal the secret motives of selfish to find it Iiere We arc striving for leagues that shun the light of puban honest livilihood and if we cant lic knowledge from want of courage get it because we are in the path of to face inevitable consequences. Re firm in friendship; frank with monoply and would not debauch facts to suit morbid appetites then opposition, charitable to human the blame will not be ours. frailty; love mankind and strive to do well continually and persistantly, and then if the prosperity and the esteem of all men do not reward UNDERSTAND CORRECTLY. your best efforts you may be sure In the last issue of the Utah that a blind destiny which men Valley Gazette we appealed to call Fate, is against you, and yet the young men to take their place feel happy and content in the apin the political arena and qualify proval of your conscience, which is themselves to deal with the new the pledge of Gfsls approval and questions of the day. Some of he glorious promise of a full reour readers have jierliaps ward beyond the horizon of mortal been to regard our general life. as unjust to distinguished and venerable men amongst us FATE AGAINST IIIM. who have born the brunt of the stern battle of other days and Some very sensitive gentlemen in paved the way for the realization Provo have, we are told, bcn to of the brightest dreanw of happi- Hon. S. R. Thurman with the ness and prosperi ty for young of. friends and Utah. Understand correct lv that attemptedapjiearance discover from him t the Utah Valley Gazette will The Utah Valley Gazette be the last to detract from the why should publish the account of the heroism, pruder.ee, ato examination before Commiswisdom and no! do fifeendurance, work of sioner Hills under such a danisg- Ga-zkt- te anti-Morm- on . self-purificatio-n. self-importan- Wlio-soev- er in-clin- cd com-inen- ts - sym-lathet- ic ing (?) title as Fate Against Him. These sentient sympathizers with Mr. Thurman arc probably the same folks who seemed to be so anxious to have the editors of this journal believe Mr. Thurman to fcc the author of a certain attack upon one of us, which was recently published. Anything to make mischief seems to he their motto. We thought that in allowing the heading and explanation to appear as wc did, in introducing an account of Mr. Thurmans case, that we 'were favoring that gentlemen, who seems to admit that circumstances were a little peculiar, to say tlu least. Certainly we did not mean to express any opinion as to the case. We believe him innocent of the eiiarge preferred against him, and shall continue to believe him innocent until he is proven guilty just the same as wc would anybody else under similar circumstances. The editors of this paper never enjoyed more than a passing or business acquaintance with Mr. Thurman, and so far as wc are concerned nothing has ever oecurod to make us desire to injure him in the least. On the contrary in the case in question, we have regarded him as a friend placed by circumstances only, in an cmharnssing position. To that extent Fate is against him. No one realizes better than Mr. Thurman, himself, that the circumstances to which wc allude cannot be explained so ns to disarm the suspicion of an incredulous world and that, too, in spite of the fact being taken for granted that ho is innocent of all actual wrong or any unlawful act or purpose. This is in a small way a misfortune which cannot ho helped, and therefore we ascribe the condition Mr. Thurman is in to the rising of his evil star, or the appearance of adverse destiny which is so often greater than the best intentions, the noblest purposes and the purest and wisest acts of men. Now can any sensible person be so crazy as to conceive this to be an expression of opinion prejudicnl to Mr. Thurmans ease. THE IN and Egan have Felt Messrs. RIGHT. started an innovation in the line of excursions. They propose to bring an excursion to Provo We hope they may be successful in their eilbrts and that an immense crowd of visitors will bo with us ns a result. There has been too much of a draw out of this city and county iii the excursion line, and not enough of excursion money brought in the direction of this attractive and worthy location. We would like to see a few thousand of the residents of Salt Lake City down paying Provo a visit, ami washing off the brine of Great Salt Lake in the clear warm waters of our own Utah lake. Even exchange is no robbery. Excursions are nothing if not reciprocal. Even admiration wont last long if not reciprocal, and so if Salt Lakers will not see any attractions worthy of their notice and visits about Provo or Utah county, it might be well to return tin compliment and senda little less money to Salt Lake with excursions. These are days when the laws of business arc well understood. The merchant who pays all his money out and gets none in dont llourish very long. These excursions are a loosing business if they dont come in as well as go out. w. nf-toget- lu-r- e HIED. Kicuk In Payson. August, p. m.. David I. AXI The Garden .City ESCAPED. Ii. (1. Train Robbers Have a Clow Call. A A short time before Deputy Marshal Franks started on his return from the Mountains, after his long and unsuccessful eiiase after t lie daring train robbers who held up the D. & K. G. train at Thompson Springs some time ago, lie sunt Joe. Rush to HI IT City to watch a reputed horse thief who was suspected id having some, knowledge as to tin whereabouts of the rubbers. This man left RlulT City about a week ago, and after Mr. Franks started to rSalt Lake, Mush returned to Mini! Cit v and succeeding in last Tuesday, capturing the rubbers but they escaped t lie next night while being taken to Thompson's .Springs. A letter from one of the posse written at I1I11IT last Wednesday was received in this city on Sunday, giving the following account of the capture and subsequent escape of the robbers: The outlaws alter lobbing the train near Thompson's Springs. 011 the Itio Grande Western, started for the Rim mountains in a sout bendy direction. At Rock springs ten miles from Moah, they stole a pair of horses fromlat-a freighter, leaving their own, and ter left these and took two more horses at Moult. The olheers traced them to the Rlue mountains, when the trail was lost. There the ollieers got l'rcsh animals and hired a couple of young men to scout around to iiml out which way the rubbers had gone. After several days scouting the rubbers camp was found in it deep, rough canon. SeyeraUmeii were bid there, but ns soon as tfleir whereabouts were discovered they skipped out. Two of them, one of the supposed robbers and a noted horse thief, came to RlulT, called at the postotllce for their mail, traded a little and left in a southerly direction. They were gone but a short time when they returned ami retraced their trail for about ten miles. That night Rush eauu in witli a party of ten whites and Indians and started out next morning after them. They followed the tracks about ten miles toward the Hint; mountains, when they returned and retraced tin trail to RlulT City a second time. Rasli hired some Xavujos and Utes to aceomunnv him. and two white men. agreeing to pay tlio Indians ?30l) if the robbers were taken. About sixty miles frofli RlulT, southwest, on t he A" ava jo reservation, they overhauled Vuir men and arrested them there. No one was hurt, although the robbery at first offered resistance. but they were in the minority and surrendered. Four of their horses were identified as stolen, and the others were probably also. The prisoners were put in irons ami started for Salt Lake. One mile below Moult the theives got away by jumping from the wagon into the brush. One of them had got the chains olT. It was very dark ami hard to get on their truck. Twenty men hunted all night ami the next day found the trail leading to the III lie mountains. The robbers had taken their boots off nu.l tied rags on their feet. They sloped .011 rocks and brush to keep from making tracks. Rush ami party are still after them. W. II. RuniToft received a dispatch from Thompson's Springs 011 Sunday night corroborating tin circumstances Mine LAKE, XEAR PROVO, Just Opened at Large Expense, and Fitted up Elegantly with Fine Untiring Suits, Twenty Hath Houses, 11 1 'Beautiful Boats, Larw Dancing Pavillion, Bowery and Artesian Well. Dances every Wednesday and Saturday nights, conducted by OVO SILVER BAND. All kiqda of lairasiirnoijs oij Uie Grolaitda. Always Open for the Accommodation of the Public. Hacks leave MuCMlan & Drake's Stables at all hours of THE WHICH WILIi IT EB ? re" or a 111 1 la tlio fairest, n Which la thn awiMtisr, n pruck or n rop.rf r.nrl cLiiriiiintf is At illy : coiiii(tU!i. Horry. J her. ami fair. s Is vrfeclt j :. Sweet ns a Uuwr wus bur fnoa rrhon I ki (Txtva is the roinuutv and dory of lifs,) Willy, my playuiate, 1 lovu likuaaistar,,r liut Dora 1 uhoo6u fur my wifii. That is rifht. young man, marry tlio rfrl all menus, if alio will havo you. Sou love,herhyhenltli become dalicHto and her marriaie. remember that benuty fnrte after to functional disturbances, duo Olio is tiBiiuily or painful disor weakucssi-s- , Tier ass. in the euro of tvliioh ders liHCtilinr to irreu-ularitit'- Ur. Favorite IMt-ro'- s Is n guaran- or money refunded. teed to frivu Kiitisfaclinu, on ovrtinoaM of Sco tho printed but guarantee For overworked, U at hers. mfJlinora, dressmakers, ," housekeepers, Bcamstrimoa, i not hors, and feeble sroinon ffenor-nliUr. Pierces Favorite Prescription is the trrean-searthly boon, beins unequaled os a. appetizing cordial aud restorative tonio, o. Trorn-ou- t, run-dow- n, sbop-irirls- y, nut-sin- t trenKth-Kivu- 18SJ, by WORLD'S DlS. USD. Alls. Dr. PIERCES PELLETS rceoilnt.e nnd cleanse the liver, stomach and bowels. Ti ry aro purely vcaetablo nnd per-fect-ly harmless. One a Sow. Sold by A ouoU a vUL druffsktU jl2. Harrison Park Resort ctt-A-ih- : E3 SZdOZEBZEj. Ik: for the iiccoinuitvlatiiui with seeking public. every Opened August 1st, Z-i-A-- aii'l l'liivu Spriiurvlllo Aincrictiii Fork ttfrS mi .6, Septr'5 1889 Piiysoii, Uliili Co., Utah. SElTEMRER oifi. First race, quarter dash, fret for all, purse $2.". .Second race, half mile dash, purse f'li'). Third ' mil. yard dash, purse septemp.hr race, - (MX) re-ra- quarter $!( WlI.I.IAM (,'ai.i.aiian, JuMKIMI IICNTIMiTlIN, KOIIISK M. Amks. All of Iajson, Utah Comity, Utah. FRANK 1). lltmitS, Key Is ter. , Kootii k Wilson, Aliys, for CLiimiuit. No. 83. DESERT PltODK FINAL LAND, NOTICE FOR PUIILI CATION. L. H. Land Orrin, Salt Lake Citv. Utiii. i AUfrnst 2. I set Notice Is hereby yl ven that Sarah .M. Kimball, of Salt Lake City, Utah Territory Inis tiled on her desnothf of Intention to make proof for the K. 't of SV t. ert bind claim12 No. XK, ttnd , Section SPTp S It 7 E before Iteyisler111110111-nt Salt IstkeCity. Utah, on fssn. tin nth da) of Octotier, lit mimes the following witnesses to prove tlio complete irriyallon anl rec Initial of said land: OrniiKfr, Ijifaycttc Andrew Smith. Edwnrd Ctnlwcll, Lnr Jinscn, All of Kcoltcld, Emery Count), Utah THANK I). 1IOUUS. IleKlsttr. Hutu Sc Lowk, Att'ys fur applicant. 1 1 cr 1 BATHiNG RESORT, Bathing Suits, Boating aud Dancing. Hath Houses, Pavilion Floor for Dancing. Large Public. Everything arranged to accommodate the Pleasure-Seekin- g Refreshmenls, on the Grounds. of ail kinds, at usual prices, CoEd Lunch and Soda Water- Cream, DANCES EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. See After tliis week a Steam Launch will make regular trips from this F. MEAKIN, Proprietor. Utah. Proifo palhffyg Resort, PnGi dohscs, Pleasure-Seekin- g Xo iuioxiciit ii:g liquors allowed m tin grounds. Ice Cream, Colei Lunch and Soda Water. jPoiDuila.r I3ST - Spanish Fork. - v.iM make regular trips from this Presort. X. OM A XS EX, Proprietor. ro, i-- o CUT!!! CUT!! pQthiqg Shivs. homas, Pavilion Floor Psatiijg aqd Pagcigg, feet. forty by fifty Public. Everything arranged to uoroiiitnodato the NOTICE. (,'CT! the .Shore of Utah Lake. Oil .Dances every Wednesday anil .Saturday Utah Utah. jj At Yard IVr Ton, - Delivered ffiinpM Met?, 1.75 t? r.jo - KP1UNG YILLH. We lead; others follow, li'emember In GOAL, Smoot & Deal. UTAH. - 2, I8S9. Opens (res Septr uf A ctiii-l-lii- t .ilii!ii All teiicl'cr-;- . l:t Ilq-iii'ur :my (lili-jrc- . ilnuniliiu' (If.!iit:ii(iit in elMt-ruf c.icr-!(!(--( I nisi: mn. 2 er week, in iiilviniee. Terms of lnuml 1 briUK-ln- r.-li- t. City, Ogden CONDUCTED Utah- i 11Y Only t The OF Bisters THE J. . C. Holy- - Cross. The course of study is thorough, embracing all liit bnpiches of a solid ami accomplished education. Languages, general, vocal ami drawing lessons free. of charge. Typewriting and shorthand extra. Special rales for two or more members of one family attending the Academy at the same lime. SCHOOL WILL OPEN 2, 1889. September For full particulars address. The Sisters of agt! 2nt the Holy UOVKK, Blinds, Carpets, BelIsv OeLwiag3 "Weill Baopox. Hill Ami see us H. E. McClellan X Drake. . first-cla- ss Utah. iiirehiishir elsewhere. Sicitilsh Furl:, MEIGS. Tonsorial Parlor! tfc I Streets, Puovo. We also carv Boors, Windows and 3IonIdiiigs, Picture Frames Wall Paper, Paints and (Hass. Payson, - PAGE & POWELL, - - - . - 9 Utah. Provo Soda Water Works. jno. T. Manufacturers and shippers of all kinds of Mottled and Tank J?OI)A, (dMrliilk- ALE in fact all Carbonated Reveiages. Orders by mail solicited and prompt attention guaranteed! Mooi , ItiiiiA i,i)s ik Co., Proprietors. Pyne. Mn r, Edward W. Xoobcr, CIVIL 25 Cts. Culling H. B. ASADOORIAN, Livery, Feed, PHYSICIAN aM SURGEON. ale and Transfer. Shaving, S5 5ts I.adie:t and Children's Hair Office: Next - to Drug Store, Ltuli Civntkk well selected stock of a Imported Furniture, Purchased at the t tind Prices that cannot be Beaten in the Territory - just opened up, in Payson, with Call and Inspect our Goods and be Convinced. Cross. Ogden, Utah. Page & Powell Lowes? Possible Prices, ITurnituro, "Windo-- M.ihwf:l.Sr Those who And si tipped direct from the manufacturers in car load lots. Wa Cannot, ha Undersold. Denier in till kimlxor Paper hanging in Painting and style, at Nielsen, Provo P. O. (J. IlTip'r. Jaimes duLchlsoi), e Tickels at Chi Spates Trip R. 11. Over tlu U: First-Clas- s. It. sort. miles Northwest of Provo. i Visitors are Always Welcome Without Charge. desire to visit tin resort can procure Have The Traveling Public will Find il to their Interest to give us a Call. I. hi-i- fSaT Parties desiring In take a trip out to this Delightful Resort for picnics nr parti s. of any kind, can secure the exclusive-usof tlu Rustic Pavilion, and IVautiful Grounds for special occasions. Apply to ntti'nt ion (iiwn In f.nexn. Tables Always J New Summer Pleasant Surroundings. Cl HaS? Sl'Hl.NCiVlLLK, Proprietor. on tlio Shore of Utah Lake, at Rattle Creek Station, ou the D. ik it. G. W. road. Just Opened After tliis v.eei: a STCATe" LAUhiCH 11 Trn-I-tory- at jlDUlin Lorenzo Jl-er- y WlM.IAM filtKcriS, -. 2.- TIIE FA SI 1 1 ( X A RLE pt It Utah. lie names the followlnjr witnesses to prove his continuous resilience upon mid cult I vat Ion of an hi land, via: mi HI . WOODBERRY PARK, Pi.piT.AR Rksort. Fourth raee, novelty race, three- Wri. First quarter mile, purse quarter ST.ot): lui If f7.r0; three- - P. O. Pleasant Grove. Entrance to tlie above races will be Of course it is to be regretted that the men escaped but it is almost cer- twer.t-fiv- e per cent of tin purse; three tain that "they will be recaptured, is or mme to enter, two to start. their pursuers are mounted ami have Entrance id e!sj the night before every advantage. Tri'imu . each race at Maxwell Coiletts LATE II. Saloon. P. Maxvki.l. Secretary. Two of the supposed robbers were tired day a later and brotigld to Salt Rake City by Dej uty Marshal Ihikb. I They gave tbe names of Davis ami Iumrill and stoutly deny all knowledge of the robb.-ry- . They to tin penitoninry t await None of tin plunder examination was iceoverd. PROOF. M turn JQHSV DALLSftl, tf no.rn-biic- n NOTICE IS HEltEIIV HI VEX THAT THE d settler hits tiled notice of his intention to make 11 mil proof In support of hta claim, and that said jmsif will ho made before theCounty Clerk, of l.tnli .County, Ptalt. nt Provo City, Utah, tin Mondny Octolicr Tilt. 1SS0. vlss: Francis M. Wilson. I ). S. No. Iimm for the N W quarter. See !!ii T 0, S ItuiiKo 1, S I. Pavilion, stated in tlio letter. No. 79. ftillowlriy-iiauie- o Lolil it ' Bath Suits, Dancing Steamboats, Ami sill kinds of RcfresbmcJ. including choice liquors and cool beverages as well as everything to eat right on tin grounds. The following special cheap rales to this Resort and return can be procured every day in the week, by large or small parties over the I). & It. G. lly. khI LakkCitv, Utah, f Auir.sn.lsso ' Bath House, How and n at Salt AND I). &. R. STATION, OX THE GREEK AT RATTLE c Land Ofkick cents for the round trip. And proportion ale rales from other points. Prim-iiml- N -- 0 & THOMPSON, KNIGHT DRAKE, 2m Proprietors. 1 PRE-EMPTIO- Fare the day and nitrlit. r. Copyright, e NOTICE UK R er. Money saved by getting your ronl of ns, sis we sell the II. G. Western, NOTICE TO miKIHTOUS. In tho 1'mtiatc Court of Utah County, Terri- Pleasant Valley hard lump. Also the .er iiiiiii!i, lit mli'aiier. Term uf tuition, tory of Utah. For Mirticiiliir.4 iipply to Coal Castle Celebrated Gate tbe Jutlio matter of the Estate of Joint ('.'w. Rev. .1. A. I.. Smith. turf 6 v ilnruniil most beat by Scientific 'lYst of all Notico ls hereby yl veil by the nmlcr-tii'iifolminislrntor of tin Kxtnto of John t'jcirK1. oilier Coal in the market. : to tin creditors of, mid nil hit r j 'PHD flu i ms ainilnst the wild doociiMil. to frfr'Scml in your orders." them with the necessary vouchers, withNOTED BOYER HOUS in four months after tlio first piiblleiiilon of REED SIYJOOT, JNO W. DEAL this notice, to the said administrator. John C'cnninkton. One Rlock West of D. & 11. G. Depot. Cor. 1st South anil East Tomi'lo St. Salt Istku PROVO. UTAH. of Estate administrator of Joint the City, Celebrated for its Cloy nr, deceased. es-liib- Resort, Bs.ttLirLg ox uVaii v at who made the cut .3, 1SS0, Ira Kerr son of David and Ellen M. Kerr aged 1 turret year 5 months and 21 days. Ears please copy. 11 CAUGHT AND U. S. MINING ENGINEER. Ibimly Mineral Sarnyor. Thoroughly acquainted with the system of Government Surveys. Cutting and Pompatloy a Specialty. Drawing of maps a specialty. Wilkes & Thompson, 0!il?p I. S. land DiiiMinjr. ill LAUD t'" OJIIm AGENTS AND ATTORNEYS. Silt Lnlc f'iiy. Utah. Obtain Patents for Agricultural and Mint : KKSIDKXru: j7 S. West tl Lands. Sait Lake City. Temple. orricx: 50 W. Scouud goutb.