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party judgment. Therefore we regard it as a strong document and - OCTOBER 18, 1889 one likely to have serious weight in FRIDAY, influencing public opinion not only - Editor. in Salt Lake City- but throughout IRETA DIXON, Utah, unless its every damaging assertions against the Peoples party Entered at the Postoffice at Provo City are promptly met with a straightforUtah , as second class mail matter. ward and logical refutation. We regard it as important that the people at large should know THE BENNETT CASE. what are the claims of both political parties in Utah. The real We publish in this issue the of the Peoples party lies strength ilicision of Judge Zane concerning in the intelligent understanding of the point of law of vital interest to the position of their opponents. the people of Utah, which was Therefore no fair can afford raised by the attorneys in the case to keep its readersjournal in ignorance of of one W. II. Bennett of Salt Lake what party leaders upon both sides' City who was charged with fraudu- of the local political arena are doing lent registration. and claiming. It was alleged by the prosecution Some time ago .we published THE UTAH VALLEY GAZETTC. - at-leng- that the defendant when he was a polygamist registered and voted and the evidence showed that the defendant had at one time been a polygamist but that at a time prior to the date of his registration he had in good faith ceased to be a polygamist by virtue of an agreement between his plural wife and himself to dissolve the polygamistic relationship, theretofore existing 'between them, which document rakes the character of a Church divorce in as much as it appears to have been witnessed by a Ward Church oilicial. The prosecution claimed that this document was not sufliciont to dissolve the polygamistic relationship and that only a pardon by the President of the United States c uld effect that result. Judge Zane decided that the church divorce was sufficient providing it was made and carried out in good faith which was not denied in this case by the prosecution. If this ruling holds good a similar act on the part of all polygamists in Utah will restore all of them to the rights of franchise and citizenship, and as a consequence the Peoples party will undoubtedly have very little difficulty in perpetuating its control of Salt Lake City at the' election next so-call- ed February. We are not eompetant to judge whether the decision is sound law or not, but we can say that it is a lofty proof of the disinterested integrity and honest impartiality of Hon. Charles S. Zane; for even if the dieision should be found incorrect it must be remembered that the Judge who made1 it did so knowing well that it would prove a seven blow to the party he has so long, ably and honestly upheld and still loves so much. NOT HALF PAID. At its last session tbo Provo City Council appropriated a pum of$.I0b to Mayor Duscnberry f5 cial services. Mr. TSyr been Mayor nf Pwn wll Xj- - pyfkllfiO a believe, received a dollar distinguished services. Not j$!ong since lie frankly told the City Fathers that he was tired of working for nothing and boarding himself and intimated that he would have to retire if he did not receive pay. We do ntit like the principle of money to pay officers for past services for which no pay was allowed, as everybody knew, when, the election took place. The establishment of sucti a precedent is not wise in our view. But the fact remains true that t!te $:i hi.OO which the mayor has just been paid would not in point .of tli the Declaration of Princiwhich the Peoples party in ples Salt Lake City uttered and this Liberal document is the opposition counter part of that Peoples party Therefore in order to platform. an get intelligent and clear view of the controversy it is neodfull that our readers should peruse both. We do not endorse cither the one or the other of the these party utterances; neither do we particularly refuse credit to either. Our object in publishing them is merely to present them as matters of news without prejudice. THE POPULAR METHOD. In discusiiirg the question of advertising an able cotemporary says that the merchant or manufacturer who hopes to do a large and sucy while adcessful business to the methods of a hering popular half century ago, will be disappointed. And so lie should. Any individual or firm who is unwilling to keep pace with modern progress and adjust his methods to the wants of his age, does not merit reasonsuccess; neither can he to to secure it ably expect any large degree. One of the most important innovations in modern business is advertising. By a very few it is still regarded with aver sion; but the large majority of intelligent purchasers realize their indebtedness to advertising for much of the valuable information which they possess about the qualities. varieties and special features of the goods which they purchase. They regard advertisements as so many speeches made to them, in which the merits or distinctive points of the article are more concisely and intelligently presented than is frequently done by salespeople, and if they feel the need of such an article they naturallv ask their dealer to show it. Instead of regarding advertising as suggestive of questionable quality, they are much more inclined to entertain :c in an article01"1, to-da- m,Vrta tl,e ti.se it. It trine which is in one word of Greek. encycloyedia. But the Middle Ages had their encyclopedias also, the greatest of which was the Speculum Mundi, of Vincent de Beauvaris, who was lector or liberian to St. Louis in the Thirteenth century. It was reprinted in four volumes as late as 1621 by tbe Benedictines of Arras. We pass over a number ot similiar works to which the revival of learning in the Sixteenth century gave birth, all of them having been frequently reprinted and in general use, until we arrive in the Seventeenth century at the historical dictionaries of ' Moreri and Bayle, which still retain their places in many is true that Fall REVELATIONS FROM THE GRAVE. Some strange things are revealed from the grave. The tomb of Edward the first of England who died in 1307 was opened January 2nd 1770, after 463 years had elapsed. Ilia body was as perfect as it was on the day of the bu rial. Canute the Dane who became ruler of England in 1017 and died nineteen years later was found by the workmen who repaired Winchester Cathedral in 1779, although he had been dead nearly 750 years his body appeared at fresh and plump as that of a person newly buried. During the reign of James 2nd of England, the remains of Thomas Gray, Marquis of Dorset were exhumed. lie was buried Oct. 2nd 1530 and disinterred in the summer of 160S 78 years after burial; yet the eyes hair nails and joints seemed perfectly fresh and lifelike. Robert Braybrook, who was consecrated bishop of London in 1381, and who died in 1404 and was burned in St. Pauls Cathedral was taken from tbe tomb after the great fire in 1066; he had laid in the tomb 242 years. However his remains were found and surprisingly fresh. The hair had grown to over a yard in length, and retained its luster as in life. The eyelids seemed plump and full, and upon being pulled apart revealed the color of the eyes. The workmen believed it a case of supernatural preservation and fled in terror from the scene. Pietro Rodriguez the Portugues jewelery who was accused before the tribunal of the Inquistion and burned alive in a vault, was found 206 years later by freebocters who destroyed the old Church in whieh he was hurried in hope of finding hidden treasures. Ilis hair and beard were firm, his skin natural in hue and texture, without the least trace of decomposition. His little daughter who was hurried with him was as perfectly preserved as her father. C. II. Lake Shore Oct. 21th. Tlie I.ectare At Procter Acute my Hall Next Sunday evening will consider The lamb of the following subject: Come at God. Sunday school and Bihle class at 10 a. m. aud sermon hearty invitation is ry one to attend these ed 0. h-- ITK XOT1CK. Utah. ( and .inisrc STY. aggerations TE COURT IN AND FOR tions are made in adv? tlie matter of the estto of 0040(1. as they are employed ctuiHO why order of wile of ild and not be made. by som salospnpln, iidcr, the administrator of tlie classes. The question of Flslier, having filled foin prayinfr for an order of sale cannot b determined by the ho real estate of said decedent od employed to describe the g sea therein set forth : ire ordered ly the JmVc of said but only by the character , arsons intended in the estate, the suid Pro- ed, apjiear principles of the individual, tl Kith day of Salunlay, there are hosts of honorable adverlitKh, at ri o'clock In the forenoon of day. ut the court room of said Prolmte tisers, the number of which is daily said Court, at the court house, in Provo City, County of Utah, to show cauao why an order increasing, who would no more should not be jrrnnted to tho said administrator tnink of misrepresenting in their to sell so much of the real estate of tho said as sbull lie nsoessary. advertisements than they would in deceased And that a copy of this 'order Iks published least once a week for four weeks suecesslvly their own office or salesroom. It at in Tii k Utah Vai.i.t Gazette' a newspaper onsumers to read the an printed uml published in said Utah County. fact remunerate him for one tenth payjff nouncements of responsible firms Dated, Octolicr 12th, laMt. D. Jones, Joseph of the time he has spent and Probate Judge. for the sake of the business inforfrom his private business mation Utah, TerritorynrorUtah, f" gain, just as it pays I. County L. liallldny. Clerk of the to devote attention to the city inter- them to they V. Fro read the other parts of the huto fa Court. and Utah for Therefore we concede the ests. U. that T., the hereby certify magazine for a different kind of County, rorciroinfr Is a full, true and correct copy of small pay he has received as in information. cause to tlie original order show why order of all of the real estate should not lie made the liquidation of a just equity, in the estate of James Fisher, deceased, and claim. now on file in my office. Witness uiv hand and tho seal of said Court LAKE SHORE. The City Council has been very at my office in Provo City. Utah, this peat. 12th day of Oct., A. I). iw9. dilatory in this matter and since A Sudden death aud Sundry Other Newsy V. L. IIalliday, Prolate Clerk. Items. they determined to pay the Mayor for past service or all, we consider About one oclock on .Sunday mornNo. 182 that they have "bean very stingy, ing a most lamentable yoice was heard as well. Why, the eloquent little in deep agony beneath my bedroom NOTICE OF PREEMPTION IKOOfc window seeking aid. Jt was found to lectures and explanations with be City, Utah the voice of .Sister Priscilla Clayson Land Office at Salt Lake October 31, 1HSV. f which his honor has favored the the beloved wife of Bro. Thomas Clay-so- n Not loo is hereby given that the following members of the Council from time of this place, who stated that her named settlor lias ft led notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, to time, for the last six months infant boy (aged eleven months) was anil that snld proof will bo made before the or dead in another convulsive fit. of tlie County Court for Utah County, dork onlv were worth more than $300, Upon on Monday December 10th. it was found to at Provo William City, Utah and if the City Fathers had any be the investigation W. Chisholm 8. 1X89, viz: former, through the effects of 10.595 the N4 X W 34 & 8 W H N W Bee 2S sense of gratitude, we should think the latter. The fell destroyer, death, A R K for 34 N Eli Sec 21. U E had done its work to effectively and He mimes the following witnesses to prove they would be ashamed to offer the his continuous residence upon, uml cultivation spirit had taken its flight to of such a meager sum and that too said land, viz: with its three infant brothers Uekmb D. James, under a kind of menace that some- mingle William Maiit ell, gone before. Sister Clayson was alone Niel Gahiinek, the time, with the exception of her thing had to be done or the worthy at R. Lewis, small family; her husband being away All John of Spanish Fork, Utah Co., Utah. Mayor, would stand it no longer. from on some important busiFRANK D.HOniiS, Tlten again since the Council had ness. home Register. was summoned as quick as lltitD A Lowe, He d so long after this matter possible by Attyg. for AppL Bishop Argyle to share called to their attention why the grief that now fills his home. The PRORATE NOTICE. mortal remains will be interred y cnt they wait until Christmas at Payson City, tho final resting place Tekiiitohy or Utah, If id add to their munificent re Utah Cocnty. of the family. The same loving huineration the gift of a ljouquet gave them birth. The same parent IN THE PKOIIATE COURT IN AND FOR parental said County. In tho matter of tho estate of or a doll as a token of appreciation affection nourished and watched over Edwin Rtandring, deceased. Order to show cuuse why order of sale of real during their short stay here. In estate they really thought the City them should not bo made. dnot afford to pay him more, the same cemetery the four babes Itcbocca Ktandringtheadminlstratrixof the esarid the same tate of Edtwn slumber, peacefully fltnndrlng deceased. having tiled ten parties cant make payments morning they w ill arise again from the her petition herein an Order of Sale praying for of a tuirt of tho real said decedent estate, in full a graceful token tomb to inherit a Celestial Glory. of for tho purposes therein set forth. not Grieve Brother dear aud removes is the therefore of said Sister, It ordered, by the .predation In tho cstato court that all persons Interested Judgo your Joss is their entire gain as they of cation of base ingratitude said deceased tieforo said Proliate the appear30th are free from the troubles of this Court on tho dimes. day of Novemtx-rworld, and in the company of the one 1889, ut 10 Saturday o'clock in the forenoon of said day, who said: Suffer little children to ut the (hurt Room of said Pro! hi to Oourt.at the House, in Provo City, County of Utah, coinc unto Me. for of such is the King- Court cuuso un order should not lie show to THE LIBERAL VIEW. dom of Heaven. Be faithful to the granted to the why said administratrix to sell an cause you have so nohlv embraced and much of tho real estate of tho said deceased as bo necessary: Wc publish in this issue of The when you are also freed from your shall And that a copy of this order bo publ (shod at babes be will restored once a week for four successive weeks in your least captivity, Gazette, at length, a document to you in all the glory of a Celestial The Utah Valley Gazette, a newspaper in suid Utah County. just brought forth ,by the Liberal Kingdom. Accept the profound printed and published JOSEPH I. JONES, in in Salt Lake Cily' your sad bereavement sympathy party Probate Judge. instance of tho of 1889. Another Dated October 31st, document this as uncertainty gard remarkably life-- or Utah, M Territory coolatrl deliberate for a partizan mortal EARLY or Utah, f County ENCYCLOPEDIAS. -T, V. L. llullidiiy. Clerk of the Proliate Court utterance, Although signed by the Utah County, Utah Territory, hereby certify Pliny speaks of his great work on ot entire Liberal committee of the metliut the forgoing is a fiilTmMand correct n natural in t books cony of tho original order to show cause why history tropolis and np doubt endorsed by as an encyclopedia. Gal-leorder of sulo of real estate should not bo Quintilian: in tho estate of Edwin Standring, the entire Liberal element of the Vitruvius and Monnrus apply the made" and now on fllo and of record in my deceased, to th doclrinarum omnium discip-1- ! office. Territory it is devoid of abusive term Witness iny hand and tho soul of suid court Old was introduced into bitterness of a malignant character n'v In Provo City, this 31st day of at my olfioe Sixteenth century by tte English in October A. D. 1889. and appears to be a presentation of 'v,1 J'iiTHfcr of tho V. L. TI A I, LI DAY, Thomas speaks facts in the light of dispassionate plr Proliate Clerk. Lhkal.J world of science11 encle of doc- ng , sub-stract- ed I L 1 8--3 to-da- . , I bitty-seve- n, T. y . k Dr. PATRICK HENRY CRONIN, -- BT- HENRYM. HUNT. The G rrafrst Fruaion of the Age. and Over-Coat- s It is the only complete and authentic liook on the subject, lirlmfull of hitherto unpublished facte and contains documents never given to the world. Profusely illustrated with original and finely executed engravings of ths princiial actors and scenes in tho tragedy In addition, a view of the court-rooduring the progress of the trial; and tho wcanons with which the unfortunate physician met his fate. A valuable pictorial history of this greatest of modern crimes. m Men's Furnishing Goods A BODY MEET A BODY the result is a collision, whethor " comin thro the rye," or not. life is full of coin Ions. We are constantly colliding with some body or something. If it lan t with oui neighbors it is with some "dread diseases that knocks us off the track and perhaps disables us for life. Women especially it seems and have to bear the brunt of more collisions afflictions than mankind. In all cases oi at UT nervousness, bearing-dow- n sensations, tenderness, periodical pains, sick headache , eon and all or ulceration gration, inflammation, and weaknesses, female irregularities Dr. Fierces Favorite Prescription comes tc the rescue of women as no other medicing does. It is the only medicine for women, sold druggists, under a positive guarantee, by that it will girt from tho manufacturers, satisfaction in every case, or money paid foi. Boo guarantee on it will be refunded. bottle-wrapper- Copyright, 1888, by World' Dig. MxD. ASS'. S. S. JONES. EVERYBODY WANTS THIS BOOK. Jiomizii . 7or is the only Strike while the iron is hot Thisfrantn. reliable and authentic edition publishod. GUU are pages. Agents selling from Ten Nearly to Fifty copies a day and are coining mouer. Bend 40 cents for complete canvassing outfit Immediately and name chico of territory. Address 1 THE HISTORY COMPANY, 8AN FRANCISCO OAL PEICOES 3DEFTT COMPE IT-CTOHST. 723 MARKET8TREET, ftlh 1st s Has Located in Provo ft WHERE IIE IS PREPARED TO DO AS GOOD PHOTOGRAPHIC WORK Dr. PIERCES PELLETS OF ALL KINDS AS YOU CAN HAVE DONE AT the liver, stomach and regulate and cleanse bowels. They ore purely vegetable and pee One a Dose. Sold bj fectly harmless. 25 cents a vial. This he guarantees to all patrons. SUMMONS. TERRITORY OF UTAH. j f COUNTY OF EMERY. MRS. JANE B. CROUSE, Any Gallery in The Territory. : druggists. Justice court, HOAD PRECINCT. Oct., Bth., 1889. o. n. MASON. To the defendant, O. If. Mason, you are hereby notified that an action 1ms been commenced against you in tho atiore named court dollars and thirty for the sum of thirty-tw- o cents, (1.12.30) (book account), with legal interest and costs of collection. And unless you within appear anil answer to this coinplaint five days after the service of this summons, if served In this precinct, where the action is brought or within ten days if served out of this precinct but in the county in which tho action is brought and within twenty days if served elsewhere, and unless you so appear and answer, the plantlff .will- takeo judgment dollars for tho sum claimed by her, thirty-twand thirty cents (832.30) together with legal interest and cost of collection. LEONIDAS L. CRAIX), Justice of Pcaco, Moab Precinct, Emery Co. Utah. His prices are consistent with first-cla- :- -. work. ss He has no Specialty, but is prepared to do all kinds --O- VH. F- PHOTOGRAPHIC WORK To Y our Entire Satisfaction. Call at tlie Palace Photo Car Four Doors East of the Co-o- Opposite the p Court House. exs - Hill & Company, No. 142. Proprietors. FINAL HOMESTEAD PROOF. Land Office at Salt Lake Citt, Utah, I October 3rd., 1889. given that the followings Notice is hereby settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his cliain, and that said proof will lie made before D. ROUSH. the Probate Judge, (or In his absence tho Clerk oi the County of Court.) Utah County, Utah at tho County on Provo at Court Paii)lcra.-.- l House, City ISMI, viz: November liith. Saturday, S. 8.041 IT. cwFrfuiinlng, E. No., for the E. Charles W. Davis, 34 of Sec.. 12 T. 9. 8. It. 2 E. House Painting: both Pla n He names the following witnesses to prove and Ornamental. Firt-Clus work Guaranteed cultivation his continuous residence upoir-unof said land, viz; Leave Orders at NOTICE OF CITY, PROVO, UTAH. Carriage Paiier-hHitg-in- Evan. of SalemvUtah Co., Utah. Ttvloh. Of ,TAMT"tfN, of fiptnj Stavner I isiisslsatioi or e . f, -- OR- inter and the CENTURY Of Thi The first alphabetical enlibraries. cyclopedia in English was the work of one John Harris, a London clergyman who was the secretary of the Royal Society and a friend of Xewton, (sup- to be of Welsh origin.) by some Eosed this Lexicon Technicum was superceded by Chambers Universal Dictionary, which was the most popular book of reference of the Eighteenth century (resembling Websters of our day.) Mr. Lyons mentions that Abraham Rees (a Welshman) prodneed an enlarged edition of this work in 1878, but he fails to do justice to the far more important and complete publication known as Rees Cyclopedia which belongs to the earlier years of the present century and is still in many respects a book of much utility and value. if uld not pay The GRIME FULL LINE OF & Simmons, A ttys FINAL HOMESTEAD OF TROOP. Land Office Utah, f at Salt Lakf.Oct.,Ciiv. dJl889. 1 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN VAT THE d settler lias filed notice of Ills Intention to make flnul proof in support of his' claim, and that said proof will lie tinkle tiefore following-name- tlie lrolmto Judge or la his' aliseneo the County Clerk, of Utah County. Utah, at Provo City. Utah, on 23rd.. of November. 18MI. viz: Enos Carter H. K. 5.901 for tbo 8i N. W. 4 Sec., A 8. .34 N. E. 4 N. E. 34 B. E. 34 See., fl T. 0, 8. K. 3. K. lie names the following witnesses to provo his continuous residence uiion and cultivation of said land, viz: Oscar Wilkins, Jos. T. McEwan. Leandro Steele, Charles Ckaxdal. Utah. All of Provo City. FRANK PAID, I. 117. PRKFMPTION PROOF. Lake City, Utah, at SaltBeptninlier 23. 1889, . f Notice Is hereby given that the following named settlor has filed notice of his intention to mHke final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will ho made tiefore the County Clerk of Utah County, Utah, atJProvo City. Utah, oil November II. 1889.. viz; George W. D. 8. No. 11118 for lots 1,2 and 3 Sec. Simpson 11 Tp. 9 B. It. 1 W. names the following witnesses to prove lie NOTICE OF Land Office I his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of said land, viz: Eli Chase Charles Long John Dixon James T. Stark. All of Payson, Utah County, Utah. ANDStreet, NOTICE OF FINAL 1JtOOF. ikkCity. Utah. y, Jens J. Jensen, of Utah, f Territory Utah Cocxtv 1 In the Proliate Court in and for said county. In the matter of the estate ol Thomas Jr., deceased. Order to show cause why order of sale of real estate should not lie made. Andrew Watsen lhe administrator of the estate of Thomas McAdam Jr., deceased, having filled his petition herein praying for an order of wile of all the real estate of said for thepurMises herein set forth. ordered by the Judge of said It. is therefore Court that ail persons interested in tho estate, of said deceased apiietir liefore the said Probate Court on Saturday, the 23rd day of November, 188!, at ten o'cl(Kk in tho forenoon of salddHy, at the Court House, In Provo City, County of Utah, to show cause why an order should not granted to tho said administrator to sell all of tho real estate of tho said deceased as shall lie iieessiiry. And that a copy of tills order be puhllshd at least once a week for four weeks successively in The Utah Valley Gazette a newspaper nnd published in said Utah County, printed liated October 29th, 1889. JOSEPH D. JONES, tn I Probate Judge. f Toifet Aticles, Fancy Soaps, Chamois Skins, Sponges, At all hours, day or night, by experienced Druggists. By n. J1ACIIMA Hi Tlie alKire summons is hi; published in Tns Utah a and during tho period of r J attest :1 II. IIJ Ry B. J - SPRINGVILLE, BROS.,UTAH. - - Young Mens - co-op- .. Utah. Spanish Fork, DEALERS IN General Merchandise, Ilats, Caps and Notion. Clothing, Shoes, Boots, Headquarters for Ladies and Childrens Shoes. ! Farmers Attention We have on hand some fine Farm Machinery, consisting of Reapers, Binders, Mowers, Rakes, and the like that we bought at a great bargain, and can sell at Prices to defy any and all Competition. Grain and Farm Produce taken in exchange for all goods, or for Cash. bought W. B. HUGHES, Superintendent. Spanish itork, Utah. -- Provo Marble C. C. FRISBY, J. Q. DAVIS, I ) Go., Proprietors. Aro prepared to do all kinds of d wool home Brushes, bs. Perfumery, Cigars and Tobacco, Base Ball Goods, Pure Wines and Liquors for Medical Purposes. Prescriptions GarefUlly Gompotfndeil. 1 ints 5c per yard; mens all Me- - 4cCIeIlaH Medicines, Chemicals, Drugs, SUMMONS. Ar-btickl- es THEATER Springville Drug Store. k County I, V. L. Halliday. clerk of the Probate Court for Utah County.utah Territory .hereby certify T. C. Bailey, Attorney. that the foregoing is a full, true and correct cony of the original order to Bhow cause why onierof sale of all of the real estate should not lie made in the estate of Thomas Me Adam Jr., deceased, and now on fllo In my office. Witness my hand atd tho seal of said court at my office in Provo City this2Uth day of In the District Court of tho First Judicial Dis- Octolier, 1889. trict of tho Territory of Utah, County of V. L. HALLIDAY, Utah. , ProliatA Clerk. Lseal. Annie Grow, Plaintiff, ) V vs. SUMMONS. Indian Hummer. IIenry E. Grow, Defendant, I This is kind of weather we may the The People of tbe Territory of Utah send look for the next six weeks, unless Greeting: To Henry E G row. Defendant : You aro hereby required to appear in an ac- there should come a change, and all tion brought against you by the a give named along during that time I will sell all iihintiff. In the District Court of the First I still sell Judicial District of tbe Territory of Utah, and goods at reduced prices. to answer to tho complaint filled therein, lOllbs of granulated sugar for $1; 11 within lOdays (exclusive of tho (lay of serviso) after tho service on you of this summons if sib of extra raw sugar for $1; currants served within tlie county; or. If served out of this county, hut in the district, within twenty 10c per lb; raisins 15c per lb; otherwise within fourty days or judgdays; coffee 274c per lb; green coffee ment by default will lie taken against you, ac15c per package; New York tea cording to the prayer of said complaint. . 25c; Tho said action is brought to obtain a degree 15c cheese of this court disolving the bends of matriper lb; bacon 10c; liams 15c mony between suid plaintiff and yon, said de- per lb; Carolina rice 8c, rolled oats 6c; fendant, on the grounds that you failed and for plantlff the common neglected to 12ic; all sausage pork necessaries ofjirovdo lire and have treated plantlff in bologna No. 1 flour 82.50 Bakers a cruel and Inhuman manner, and that you are sausage 124c; addicted to intoxicating liqunrs.-An- d 124c per lb; you are hereby notified that if you fall per cwt; California grapes to appear and answer tho said complaint as home grown grapes 5c; tomatoes 60c above required, the said phinHff will apply to tho court for tho relief demanded there!,fn per bshl; brooms 20c each; best coal oil W. WITNESS, the Hon. J. Judd, 25c per gal; malt vinegar 30c per gal; Judge, nnd the seal f the Dis- mixed trict Court of the First Judicial pickles 10c per qt: sardines 10c; District, in and for tho Territory per box; mustard Rardines 15c; butter of Utah.thls l.'it.IMkibof Octolier, in the your of our 1fd, one crackerslOc per lb; mens fine shoes $1.75 thousand eight hiindfc-and per paii; yellow Danver onion seed eighty nine. II H. HENDEI $1.00 per lb; over shirts $1; jumpers 50c; FRANK!). HOBBS, Register. -- AKIIHKW SOHENSF.X, Thomas Morgan, John Ali.kn. All of Goshen, Utah Co.. Utah Territory. FRANK LL HOBBS, Register. B. A. M Fh 01 seth my. for Appl. JROIIATK NOTICK, Opposite PROVO, UTAH. To the pu blic : We to furnish better propose horses and rigs than can be procured elsewhere in this city for the money. I Octolier 12. liW!. f Notice Is hereby given that the following named settler lias filed notice of liis intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will Ik made liefore the Register and Receiver at Suit l4tkc City. Utah, oil November 28t lk. IHrti. viz: Klizalietli W. Mous-leII. E. 5. DOT), for tlie N. E.14 Sec., 20, T. 9, S. It. 1 W. Sbe names tho following witnesses to provo her continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: or Utah, TerritoryofUtah. - ales Stables No. 163. L FEED LIVERY, Provo. Me-Arla- HOBBS, Register. No. - 8tore, Qray Sb Co.s, Land Office, Salt J49T No. NOTICE Register. y AppL g. Marble, Granite ani Stone-Ve- rt for Cemeteries, Ect., Tombstones and Headstones socks 25c per pair. I pay cash Monuments, inds of produce and green A Specialty. You will find my stand in .. ment of Smoot & Co.s Drug Give them a call. C. 12s, rovo. tor, Superintendent and Clerk Ireen Grocery, Utah. Provo City, lm THE- Empire Meat Market. Center Street, Provo, Utah. COOK, SCOTT & COMPANY, Proprietors. Dealers in Choice 13eef, Mutton, Pork, Sausage, Etc. Meat Delivered to ,11 parts of City.