j Ttc C-.-:.trol Utah Wwl C. have go ! o-it one of ttp nicest calenders ." have ' An nil folks p.r.y will bi z. 1 next j Friday evening, under the tin - - of tin' A. 0. I'. W. Tiiri'v is t.i'.k of a change in the nuat..5i.J the K ti. W, at the tcgin-,:i.r tcgin-,:i.r ir the sw ji'-jr, but jt whit it Ou -u..liiy evening Mi.-s Kilie Cox ie-dine .M.s. F. Kjji.'. A reception was given at the rvcSiifiir of til:) brides . p. .rents and a douce in tUo evening at TuUi':i hi.it. The eshieiin ttiou of Peter S. Nielsou was i-oiici ii'l.-.l last Wednesday at Sit. Pleasant ami rotvidernble evidence was adueel. T:i - ovule. ice was all circumstantial, circum-stantial, b it was of sj.th a nature that Justice I.uuil considered it sufficient to warrant him iu binding over the defendant de-fendant iu the sum of 7,500 to await llie action of the grand jury. LOCAL BRIIFS- D. P. Felt of Trovo has been so?ourn, lug with us fer a few duya. y Holiday time has thrown us a little late J tit hereafter we vill come out ou time Tho Reporter cihce has turned ou quite an amount of job work this week They are busy opening new goods every day at the Chicago store. California fresh fruits and vegetables at the Manti Grocery. The Sunday School Christmas rejoio ing:i were carried out as announced in our last i.vMjo. The ehildren of the d.fl.-rent wards were 011 hand anil the programmes were well rendered and the happy faces r.n the streets afterwards after-wards showed that Santa Clans had lifn b-isy as usual notwithstanding the dull times. I'he harder the times are, tho belter they are. Thus eajs the man at the Chicago Chi-cago store, for when people have to look 'rsuiui Mid see v. here they can get the most for their money, and they always find it at they Chicago store. They are the origi uators of low prices. Their motto is lo under buy and to undersell. Alwajs the cheapest the Chicago storo, Foil Sai.k: A forty at re farm, clear title, ail fenced, good water right locate 1 in tliJ (Junn'son Geld. Also two city loin, adjoining tach other, a large live room house, barn, granary, and a first-class well 011 promises. Situated two blocks east of county road Gunnison Gunni-son Sinpete County, The above to be purchased together or separately. Address, Anthony Madsen, X. 21 : in Giinui son, Utah. Samuel Porter, Esq , of Fa irviaw was a visitor to the capital on Tuesday, Holiday goods at your own price at the Manti Grocery. The new bridge across city creek i near the foundry, has bebn complete i. Mis9 Ella Hougaard, who has been teaching in llolen, Emery county, paid ns a visit. She leaves for hr lii.l of labor on Tuesdap- Frank Christensii), fonm 1 iy of Gun nison, but now of Salt Lake City, was in town this week trying to purchase live porkers for the Salt Lake market. Miss Annie Peterson has now retu t tic H from Salt Lake city and is prepared to do first class dressmaking and alsot ) teach professor Molpeoi's scientific system. 2 m. Skelton and Co of Provo have the latest lat-est and most complete line of iegal blank in the Terrilary.dend for free samples. Stringlnm & Si'iiif.'iasu U ivo pre eented their patrons with a hand-onie New Year's souvenir, The B. Y. Normal of Dec. 20;h contains con-tains good cuts of the teachers, and is a double number. It speaks weli for the enterprise of the managers. For Sale. Five acres of land wi h water right, and two room adobe house For further information apply to' W, M Kearns, Gunnison, Utah. All M.I-A. cla'ses are advised to ns none bnt the literature officially prescribed pre-scribed for the course of study especially Civil Government, for which send to fckelton andCo.at Provo Utah. John Ahlstrom called in the office last Saturday. He has just relumed from his sheep herd iu tho Buckskin Mountains. Moun-tains. He says the roads in that country coun-try are dry and dusty, no snow having fallen. Last Wednesday Mr. Hial G. Bradford, Brad-ford, who by the way is old enough to knov hetter.and .Miss Ettie Vorhees, became be-came one. The ceremony was performed perform-ed at the temple, and the reception was given :it tho residence of Mr, Vorheei au i n i lyable time being spent. Mr' Bradford was for soain time connected with the ill-fated Sentinel, and we pmat not that the experience there gained will help him to avoid niair. of tiiei ock-' :m 4 fcir'.gs in the way of the unheeding. He began there for the first time to believe that I.e needed the guiding star of a ni. e little wife to lead him tii.uht and we are p'tased t note that lie has succeeded in enlisting the sytLe'.Jiy of one of the best of nor sex iu his In half. Thpy will make their home in Murray which place will thns gain a point at the expense of Manti. -- J, A. Anderson Jr. of Kphriam was a visitor to our sanctum on Thursday, lis has been attending school at the Agricultural Agri-cultural college at Logan for some tiiu ( and is home spending the holidays. Thore are 32 Sanpete scholars iu. the KoruiM dejir; of the B Y. Acad emy and their places of resilience art as follows: Ephraim, 7; Fairview, C; Mauti, 4; Mt: Pleasant, 4; Gunnison, 4; Ft. Green, 3; Moroni, 2; Sterling, 2. Fob Sale: Enclosed stock farm con- " ' taining 7i acres, about 4 miles south of Mauti. Two dwelling houses, corahs stable, reservoir stocked with lish. Ait seeded with tame grass. This is a b.u-gaiu. b.u-gaiu. 'Address Abxkr Lowry, Sterling. On December 23, 24, 2o and 31 am! January l,the railroad will issue rouid trip tickets at single rates to any point -on the line, bnt those taking advantage of the offer must arrange it to reach home by Jannaiy 4. A good many os ous subspribers havt remembered the printer during the pasi week, and the consequence is we an feeling quite eappy. To them we ex press our thanks and the pthers say "gi thou and do likewise.', Mr, R. R. Farnsworth of Richfield has become famous, He got into a row with the editor of the Saliua Piess and the press of Utah has been saying thing about thin, not exactly complL mentary. He would have been much better off to have paid up aud shut up. i t The Columbian Christmas Herald is on our table, filled with interesting aud timely articles on affairs of Utah. Ic it alarge number, and somewhat nuwieldj but Lthen we can't have everything Even in a newspaper perfection is raie Mr. Albert Johnson and Miss Jennie Thomson became tired of eingle life aud embarked on the broad sea of matrimony last Wednesday. The reception was held at the residence of the ,1-ride's parents InEphriam. The Reporter wishes the young people their full measure of happiness. hap-piness. The Scandiuavians held a dance in thi South ward assembly hill on Thursday ---''' evening. It is unnecessary to statt that au enjoyable time was had, for .the Scandinavians are expert at fun making There was only one fault, it was crowed, crow-ed, but as a social success there was no discount to it. Try it rgain folks. The agricultural college proposet giving a series of lectuoes .on practical agriculture, extending over ten weeks The first will be on Tuursdoy Jan. oth The lectures are free to farmers aud their sons and their is no limit as far as age or educational standing is couceru-ed.Q couceru-ed.Q The lectures will Jdeal with all practical questions in farming, horticulture, horti-culture, botany, Eatomolgy. chemistry and veterinaryscieuce.ind three lectures perday will be given on these subjects making in all 150 lectures- As boaid is cheap and the railroads give eptci il sates it is a cheap way of getting a good pratical education.