Following are the weddings soleam. iu-d during the pist two da5s ta whieh the terni.de wa- open. Albert Searld to Sdlina Heatoa of Pay-eon. Pay-eon. Anders Larson to Hilda Johiuaon of Santaqaiu. Cbrosvald M. Hanson io Sirah Ann Beal of Ephriaui. Marinus Simonson to Alice Real of Ephriaur. Archibald G.'Young Sjna A. Anderson ofR:chlield. Pie want J Bradford to Jane R Howard How-ard of Spanish Fork. Gjorge N Child to Florence MtUia of Lehi. Sylvester H Bwweil to Fanny R Bowie Bow-ie of Nephi. j .seplt SJiith to Giorgiaua Qje o Provo Ti.e teachers institute meets at Mt. Pleas nt Saturday Jan. 9. and as a nice programme has been arranged a full atteudeuce U desired. Arthur Kelaon of Prow fell under his wagon and was instantly killed. A brother of the deceased lives at May lield. There v era a good many dances and a great many dances during the past week, and it is pleasing to remark that but few arrests were made ' durtn n the week. Tne Sentnel acknowledges the receipt of an invitation to the wedding reception recep-tion of C. P. Hostler and Rowena String-ham, String-ham, We wish them many happy returns, no mach joy. Now is the time for the girbi to improve im-prove their chances. As they have been well treated during the last t' ree years they are not very anxious to seize the opportunity as every one who wishes to change her condition was successful in the attempt. We have jast received a copy of the B. Y. Academy Circnlar, which by the way reflects mnch credit on the printers Georgo Q. Cannon and Son. The second sec-ond haif of the school year commences Jan. 4, and ends May 21. Tuition ranges from Jl to $20 for the half year but for the normal department it is free Tho new time card of the R. G.W. gives the time of leaving Manti as 6 30 a.m. It seems hard to get ont of bed at that time in a winter morning but perhaps there are compensating circumstances circum-stances at the other end and those below be-low have to get out earlier than we do. The time ef arrival iu the afternoon is the ssine as before. Ia the year that Balmacedadied, while yet the people groaned nnder the oppression op-pression of the bankrupt politicians who were sent from a far country, a certain man cf Spanish Folk, whose namd was Pleasant and whose surname was Bradford, called his son Pleasant to him and charged him saying: "Take not to wife one of the daughters of strangers, bnt arise, go to Cottonwood to the bouse of my friend whose name is Howard and take there a wife. And Pleasant arose and journeyed to tbe land of Cottonwood, and he listened. and behold he heard tbe sonnd as if ef weaving, and he drew near and found a woman weaving carpets, and from the kitchen hard bv came a savory smell as If of cocking, and Pleasant's heart grew warm within him, and though he loved to see the loom, yet he sighed for the flesh pots of Egypt, and straightway wentto the kitchen. Aai the damsel who presided over the culinary depart m- ut was named Jane and she was fair to look upon, and the food was well cooked and behold he was very hungry. And while he yet tarrjed, Sammie. a man ?hort in stature came and smiled on the damsel and the mind of Pleasant was disturbed and hts countenance fell, for he was jealous of Sammie, and he said to the damsel if you will now leave yonr home and kindred I will give thee a larger and better kitchen and yon may weave carpels, and dwell In the beautiful country and my people will be thy people and my horns will be thy home, and life will be a never ending joy. And the damsel being yonng and verdant believed him for Bhe said, is not his name Pleasant, and she knew not a yonng man's promise was like pie crust end she left her home and her kindred and the loom and Sammie, and they came to the land of Manti aud there Pleasant took her to wife. Aud in the 12th month on the 25th day of the month there was rejoiciug on the Spanish Fork bottoms, and many came there, and the presents, and the music, and the festivity, behold are they not recorded in chronicles of the Roekey Mountain Star? And so Pleasant dwelt wilh his father, and his place among the bachelors knew him no more and Jane forever after echewed Porter and happiness was sometimes unalloyed and they were blessed in their basket aud store, for verily their store bills Increased rapidly and so tho tribe of Bradford grew and increased in the land.