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H matter, March 27,.189G.
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1 Thursday, May 19, 1893.
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Whoop!. Now Gibson! Don't
H' give us that kind of a send off.
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ticipato that it will take at least
two years to erect our 830,000
school hbuso and possibly throe
years, so don't make any more
such breaks as that made in the
Piute Pioneer. Pour miles north
of Junction is the Barnson ranch.
Hero in a quiet little nook lives the
wife of Rogers the photographer.
Tho married life of Mr. and Mrs.
Rogers has not been congenial and
the result has boon that they have
agreed to disagree. A short dis
tance south of said ranch is a fine
fish pond which, we are informed
and believe, has great attraction
for one of Marysyale'd prominent
citizens. Of course the would be
widow knows where tho fish are
the thickest and takes great pleas
ure in showing the corpulent barr
ister where to cast his hook to
obtain the best results. Each
Sunday the two may be seen at
the fishpond or somo shady little
nook along the banks of the Sevier,
apparently, from their looks and
actions, repeating the oft told story
that never wears out by repeating.
It may be a pleasure and relief to
the twain to know that Judge Mc
Carty received a letter from a
young damsel of Washington Co ,
Utah, inquiring of his Honor if a
decree of divorce had been granted
to Rogers or wife in his court.
Of corse the Judge answered,"nit,"
Rogers says ho is going up there
soon and help them fish, he being
very familiar with tho spot where
the most fish collect, for he has
caught many fine ones. But of
course, he is not acquainted with
tho corpulent barrister, but is
thinking of hunting him up. The
rock on which they usually take
position for fishing is hardly large,
enough for the trio, so tho barris
ter may havo to step down and
out. It might be well to caution
the corpulant man in a mild may
and say it would bo more congenial
to him if he would wait until
Rogeis goes to the war and is
killed, then he could woo the
widow with serenity.
Judge Higgins came down by
stage two clays ahead of time, for a
rest from his arduous labors in the
northern part of the District, and
was cordially welcomed by our citi
zens. The Court convened on the
1 2 th inst.
There was nothing other than
Probate matters to demand his atten
tion, which were soon disposed of.
The people of Washington county
have always had the reputation of
being law abiding, and not disposed
to enter into litigation Unless abso
lutely forced into it, and the Crimi
nal as well as Civil business of the
Court, since Statehood, fully bear
THOMAS JUDD7 Lessee,
Hereby gives Notice to all parties interested That his lease of the
WASHING-TON FACT0EY will terminate October 15th, 1898, and that
in consequence of a lack of material the Factory is not likely to run later
than May 3 1 st, 1898: Therefore, all persons having credit on my books, $
payable in manufactured goods, are herewith notified to draw their ac
counts, without fail, prior to May 31st, 1898.
All persons owing accounts will please take notice and settle same at .
an early date.
Llio Virgen Mills, Washington, November 16th, 1897.
The Judge has made many friends
in Washington county, and they are
on the increase, and what is bitter,
still has no enemies. Our people
regard him as a wise and conserva
tive officer, with a kind word for all
who approach him, and one who,
under all circumstances shows him
self to be a thorough gentleman.
He left last Thursday afternoon,
with Hon. R. C. Lund, for Paro-
The following are the proceedings
of the District Court of the 5th Ju
dicial District, held May 12, 1898.
There were no one present except
Judge E. V, Higgins made the
Estate of Wm. W. Tavlor, Dec
eased: Petitions of Gottlieb
Schmutz and independence Taylor
for Order of Conveyance of Real
Estate by Administrators. Wit
nesses examined and petitions grant
ed. Estate of W. W. Taylor, Dec
eased: Final Account of Admin
istrators and also petition for Dis
tribution and Partition. Account
allowed and approved and Decree of
Final Distribution and also Par
Estate of Orson. H. Foster, Dec
eased: Chas F. Foster, appointed
Administrator with Bond fixed at
Estate and Guardianship of Solon
J. Foster, John W. Foster et al.
Order made appointing Stephen
W. Alley, John H. Dewey and Ed
win Frost, of Salt Lake City as
Appraisers of additional estate,
which had come into possession of
Guardian since Inventory and Ap
praisement was filed.
Estate of Sarah I-I. Worthen,
Deceased: Order made showing
that due and legal Notice to Credi
tors has been given.
Estate of James Jackson, Deceas
ed: Petition for increase of
Family Allowance during Admin's
tration. Order made authorizing
the Clerk to take testimony and if
the evidence is sufficient, to grant
the said petition subject to approval
of the Judge of said Court at the
next regular term.
Estate of James Jackson, Deceas
ed: Order made authorizing the
sale of personal Property consisting
of Capital Stock in the Harmony
and Kanarra Stock Herd.
This from Washing-ton.
The House by 184 to 11, passed
a resolution for the election of Sen
ators by popular vote.
Yesterday's statement of the con
dition of the treasury shown: Avai
lable cash balance, $211,531,096:
gold reserve, $180,696,494.
The House, by 90 to 48, refused
to consider the Senate immigration jr"
bill. The postoffice appropriation
bill was sent to conference. Trib
une, May 12.
Frederic Clift, LT.. D. John Ward Christian.
CHRISTIAN AND GLIFT, ; j
St. George ano Beaver, Uta 7 1
custom made BOOTS & SHOES. Re
PAIRING NEATLY DONE. PRICES LOW f ,
St. Grooro, XJ-ta-lx
1862. - 1898.
Millinery Shop. :
MRS. JULIA A pACE
SUCCESSOR TO ' ,""
Mrs. Julia H. Fvins
Admission Free. -
JOHN EARDLEY, '
Earthenware, Jars, Bowls, Milk Pans, i49m
Tea Pots, &c Tf
Tho above claon of work Is warranted to v.1 -
bo the best in tho State, and
Prices are low for Cash.
Loc t-tl n 2nd North St., east of
SSt. Goorgo," TT,!3l,
HENRY H. RIDING. "'..
One door east of P. 0,, St, George, Utah, -:
Manufactujur & DtISR IN Jk,,
Furniture, Dobrs, Sash, Cubboards, v
Bureaus, Tables, Stands, &c, .
Furniture neatly repaired on short " .
notice. Prices low. 1