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FAILURE & SUCCESS.
Hi The Beet Sugar Indus-
' Jixy in I is I nception.
H MR. H. II. DYIiR, MANAGER
H OTliD Standard Sugar Co. of Al-
varado maks it- inevitable.
1 Under tlio hearting "Dcct Sugar Ux-
B , perinicnls" tlio following suijeuicnl
BBBytrs:,-. . iSj.-:,.'H'ponrufiitliy.'liul3lni)H Planter' 9I
V " 'AliffiePffnBB' P(M
K "Muny attempts lime been uimlo to
HHNB iiiamifactnro sugar from beds in t)iis
B ' lj country, lint with two exceptions they
B lnuelcciilltiiu)ciil failures, tho Oxnarils'
M sorlm In NobraiUn nml Pnreckcl'sin
M C all urn 1.1 being tlio two conspicuous
M Kow, while we do not wish to detract
M in the least from any iredlt due Messrs.
M O.tnardnnd Bprecklcs, (or their cflorts
D in behalf of this important industry, uc
H 1j11co thai they, In conuuon with alt
b who tnUcsnn intcioatin thoninnufaeturc
M of lugnr from beets an industry that
M promiies gticll ltcnelhlnl recults to our
H lountry desire that credit for its pro-
H mlaiiig future should bo given to those
1 to whom It is due. Neithci do webc-
M lleve that MaMra. Uxn ird mid Bprcekels
H wish to ippioprintu honors to which
M fify are not fntitkd. As coniuicrci.il
M Iniiriialiitu wo natur.dly tnl.e a peat
H inloreit in all that concerns home iu-
B duttrioi. Wo haro mado ouisehes
B (amlllnr with all that relates to tlio
luaiiufacturo of sugar fiom liects In thia
. Ktato, nud hactakciu'onsiilerablcpnins
to collect rclialdedata. The facts, stated
, brfelly, are ns follows :
The first company to manufacture
siiijar from beds in California, Was
orsanhed in lfiCO, and erected w oiks nt
Alvur.ulo Alcmeda county. The follow -
ing j car nnotlier factory was built at
' ITliglltpn, Paiiaincntrt county. I'hn
yetlffater unothor c-omp.fny ' circled
H wofffit Hlulon, near Stockton In
H .. 1&7P t)ie-A machinery -of the first woiks
axaxaxH 111. tutiKiu" Mtuiv ivwii"iy, t v ""in
W lirtorios proed linauilal f.iiUirev In
H tliefaicof all theeo disattrotm failures
H throughout the United states, and when
V the impreMion beeamo general that
H misiconld not 1k inanufactured from
H biNit in tlio United States piolltnbly,
H '. 11. Djer, oneot the promoters and a
H Htockholder in tlio llrst factory built in
M California, contended that sugar could
H 1)9 mmutfuctured from beets in this
H Stateatft piotltj that the lauseo! the
failures was not on account of tlio eoil,
H clhnaje or high price of labor, but from
V incompetent technical and general
H iiiauagomont; and as tlio lesult of his
H persistent efforts, In 1870 the Standard
V Sugar Company wns organized, with 1.
If. 11;cr as general manager. Works
wero creettd at Aharailo capable of
wnrl.lni: about ciehty tonsof beets a day.
Tli!aii)uMiiy continued to inanulaituie
sugar for dlght cousccutio jcarn with
H tlio follow inz rei-ultn, iz:
S Iu tlio llift campaign of the Stand
H nrd Sugar Company nboi.t 13,000 tons
H of lielH wcic woikcd, but in conse-
V iiienco of badly arranged iiiachlueiy
HBV and inexjicricnco in tlio best methods of
H manufacturo notwithstanding llicy
H made l,S!)l,tiC0 pouudi of lelincd sugar
H th net profits of tlio c.unpaigit wcio
H only fl, 111,78. As small as it uaB.it
H was Ihti llist piolltn made by any beet
H sugar factory in the United States. In
H (lielr second campaign they worked
H (),82(t tSUM of bed4, which pioduccd
H 1,101,075 pounds of refined sugar, which
H yielded n net. prollt for the campaign of
H 4,200,08. During the thlid c.iuipalgn
H pitiy workid 11,230 tons ol beets. The
H net profit uflho campaign uasli,03U,86
Sj paying oer ;!0 per cent, on the capital
inetted; unquestionably the hcaiCB'-
penciling on the cost of plant ever ica
H liwtl up to this date by any beet sugar
1 . (ift'toiy in tlio United Mates
Tho Btamtanl Cuiupany woif.cd lO.lftO
loinuf beets in tlieir fourth lamp.ilgu.
lluaxy rains fell in August and Pcpt.
HBSJ of thnl your followeil by warm weather,
ivhlch Ofliueil tho sugar in the bvuti to
luit, owing to taking a second growth.
This greatly reduced tho mluoiis' out-
pill of sugar. Tho net prtllltiof this
H i-miipalgu wero only 11,5S'.I,-'1. Their
J ilfii unmpaign was cry elioit, in con-
H iwquuuct) of a llglil ciop of beets. They
H li.ul onl 7,001 tons of beets. The net
B piofitsof this short cunipiign were '22,
H lATC. tj' tutnt net piollts txtate being
H (tlU3,llll),0;i. Ihoir sixth campaign
ojrtiiid under the moslfaorabl8iunpice
but from causes beyond the contiotof
B thoiwmpnnr, no profits were icalied.
H Ti prliiclpnl low was cuuoctl by being
H (iT.r-(Haftisl with Iwols, the comic-
VJ (jn.iit an euormoiii jield. They had
B om tSUjOOO worth uf bMts inoie tlinu
tliey weipnblu to work nod gnv tliein
SJ to aimmij would haul tliciu of) AU.o,
B lining thltctiuipaitu, "hostilities' cum-
H in ,1 . il in euineit between the two San
1'. in 1 1 1 1 llneile. By iiudeisvlling,
an 1 iiitnrr prices ths market was torn-
j.1 1 ) .bin 1 ilisnl This Into ol
H hi, 1.1 1 i miiuDtl l the end, of their
tub and last eainpalgij. In conso-
B i) a ncr .. tho deinorslitcd onndltlon of
B theiugiir market on this comt, they
H only icalled about unotijili " from sales
of sugar during tho last three, campaigns
to pay expenses. A email prollt would
have lieen uiado had (hoy not stored
their product, thinking that tho trouble
between the two rctlnorlcH would soon
be settled, and tlio market Improve
But tho "war" continued to rage, lte
flned sugar sold in Son Francisco for
about the price Of crudo refining grades.
As it wan, storage and interest absorbed
nearly nil the prof!'.?. Bui no ono of
the eight campaigns of the Standard
Sugar Company was sugar mado at a
low. When tlioy wero nearly through
w ith their eighth campaign an explosion
of two boilers took placo which nearly
destrojed the works. The "warfare"
111 continuing between tho two re
flucrles) with no prospect of abatement,
pany erected new works near tlio old
site of tho Standard Sugar Company of
a daily rapacity of about M toneo'
beets, the success of the Standaul Sugar
Company in manufacturing sugar in
their small works having .convinced
them that sugar could bo manufactured
prolltably from beets at that price.
After making n short run they found
that it was necessary to liavp larger
works in order to manufacture sugar
prolltably at tho ruling market rates.
As n largo amount of additional capital
was required In order to enlarge tho
works to the capacity dcBiicd; nndas
some of tho stockholders wero not ablo
to put iu any more money, tlio works
wero sold to the Alameda Sugar Com
pany which hasenltfigcd tliemloa dally
capacity of 250 tons, and from tho best
Information that wo can obtain wo oro
of the opinion that the latter company
have, run tlio enlarged works successfully
and prolltably up to this date.
The foicgoing webelicvotoben correct
history of tlio pioneer beet sugar factories
of California. Previous to, and during
tills period, several .factories wero built
in tho eastern states and Canada, all of
wlilih were financial fuilurcu.
Now In regard to tho factories built by
McB!. Sptcrkles and Uxnard.
Mr. fjprecklcs contended for years that
on account of the high prico of labor ami
material in Una country that bugar could
not be mnuutjtctured f 10m beets at a
profit hcio. During the eighth cam-
palgn 01 tlie standard rioguruompauy,
HK,ntlctnan, rurlohlly "Jbclugiun
doubtcdly excited by the continuous
success of that company and tlieir evi
dent ability to continue to manufacture
sugar fiiuii beets, during the depressed
statoof tho sugar market, .isitedtho
works at AUnrado. After a careful ex
amination of their methods of manu
facture, and of the growing bvctB,lic bo
came convinced that beet sugar could bo
made al n profit in California, and the
result of his visit was that ho went to
Kuropo u fsw months later and put
chased tho machinery for tho Watson
Tho Oxnards began to lmcstigato the
matter only about two years ago, anil
these gentlemen will no doubt admit
that tho success of the Alvarado factory
Induced them to tmbark in tlio business.
The future of the industry iu tho United
States looks nt this time very piouiisiug.
A 350-ton factory is nearly completed
lu Utah. Another of tho same capacity
will bo ended in Ioirn this season.
Two others aro in courscof construction,
one in Nebraska tho other in southern
California. In view of tho brilliant pro
spects of this important industry iu this
country Its early history should contain
no crioueous rtatciiients. We know
that it is duo to the untiring efforts and
pcreeu'iauce of the Standard Sugar Co.
of Alwiradoln demonstrating by ears
ofsuctebsln the nmiiufactuie of sugar
from beets that the present confidence
in tho industry exists; wo believo ttiat
il was owing to tlio success.of that com
pany that Messrs. Speckles and Oxnard
wero induced to Invest iu tho business;
that tlio present bounty on donicstio
sugar would not hao ken authorised
by Congress wero it not for the manu
facture of sugar from beets iu this
country, directly traceablo to the suc
cess uf tho abovu company. Knowing
as wo do nil tho facts in tlio casowc
would bo ircreant to our duty as
Journalists did we npt in justice to the
first successful manufacturers of sugar
froc beets lu the United States makii
"The word "campaign" js used iu a
technical sense, it being tho term gene
rally employed Jn Kuropu to denote a
It Is Unlucky.
To bo struck by lightning on a Mon
day. To el t on a circular saw in motion
on Friday. To break the mirror your
w lie's mother gavo her. To fall down
stalls with the coal-scuttle on Tuesday.
To spcciilttto with other people's money
and get, caught To get wet when jou
fall overboard while boating on Thurs
day. To see 11 tax-collector over your
right shoulder on Saturday. To bot all
jour money on a horso whose rld'M has
bet his money on another. To marry
on Wednesday a girl who practises with
ton-pound dumb bells. To spill salt in
the ootfte of tho ui'au who has the
carving knife, To be one of sixteen ht
tabjtfwhen tberols'only food for six.
To moet ft detective w lien you aio buy
ing iv ticket for New York. To call n
bigger man than yourself hard names
any day in the week. All these things
aro very unlucky.
NEW YORK LETTER.
Open air Theatricals,
THE MERCANTILE LIBRARY
Nov Located 'in Permanent Quar
ters in Clinton Hall.
(From oun Kcmi'LAii CoHnrsroMiENT )
Nkw' Youk, .Tune 8, 18111.
A novel sort of entertainment will
woiiibglvcjijUearUilH city, which Is
formance of(h0 elel)rftlcd"&lmke
pearlan play, "As you liko It." The
playbill bo produced by a remarkable
cast of charasteis, which will include
many of tlio best known nctoiB and
sctreses iu the lountry. As I said, it
will bo played cntiioty out of doors, tho
.spot sekcled being tho grounds of the
Steens Castle, iu Hoboken, which is
ono of the most magnificent and plctur
csque"place8 lo be found. The"stage"
In this place is not lo be a stage nt all
ln,tho modern sense, but Jusl 11 patch of
ground sturpjuuded, by trees and arbors,
just as nature has mauVlt. The actors
will come on and off as usual, and when
not playing, will be as natural as pos
sible, and no palni nor expense will bo
spared to make the porHiuinnco mi
ideal one and one long to be remembeicd
by the thousand or so of, society pcoplo
who will witness It" After thpjilay an
elegant luncheon will bo then to the
entire paity by tho hoatcsi and promo
ter, Mrs. Stevens.
A FINE MILITARY DISI'LAY.
Our sinter city Biookljn wotcTngiU
garb on Saturday, tho occasion being n
grand sham battlo between tho Twenty
third Hegiment, the first V. S. Artillery
and Troop A. of cavalry. Tlics- trofopi
were diiided into three battalions, a
troop and a light batteiy. Besides the.
eliani battle there wasndrlll of infantry,
a drill of cavalry, and a grand paradev
Trospect 1'ivrk which la Just now In itk
prettiest condition, wai filled rwilli
thousands of spectators, dmwn tirere'w
the iinusuul epepi.iclo of it 11101k batik'.
tary men had been invited, and by
their dazzling uniforms and gold lace
added much to the attracticucss of tlio
scene. Among these wero Gov. Hill and
staff, Gen Louis Fitzgerald, (icu. Moli
noux, Gen. O. O Howard, ficn. Km
mons Clark, and tlio colonels of all regi
ments In New York and vicinity.
IN IIS J'EIIMA.NKM (jlT.UlTl.nS.
Tho old and well-known Mercanlilo
Library, after many removals, has
finally located in a building which is
likely to bo its permanent home for a
long time to come. The new building
of Clinton Hall lu which tlio library will
bo located, is eight stories high and
fireproof. Tho library and reading
rooms occupy the tlireo upper tloors,
which aro reached by elevators, while
tho rest of the building will bo demoted
loofllces and stores. The Meicuntllo is
ono of the oldest public libraries iu the
city, having been founded in 1820. The
first book was given to it by Do Witt
Clinton, Goternor of New York. Its
incmbcisliip is open to all icsidents
of Now York on tlio payment of a
yearly foo of J 5. Tho new building Is
situated on tho old sito of Clinton
Hall at Uighth Btieettiud Astor place.,
The Tope lias made his will.
A hoy at l'orthnd, Conn., Is shedding
his skin liko a snake.
The West Feint cadet lnfantiy drill
passed oft witli great precision ami eclat
The l'romenado on the Now York and
Brooklyn bridges was opened free to the
public last week.
Gknehal i;. T. Lec, mi llliuoiu Grand
Army man, marched with confederate
cterns,nt their celebratiou.at Jackson,
The British House of Commons" lias
passed the bill prohibiting tho taking of
seals lu Beliru.g's Sen by British sub
jects. Another sea fight hsrf taken placo be
tween tlio Chilllan insurgents and the
Government forces, with about equal
duinago to both.
I to Is tho now president of tho council
in Japan, Takato minister of public in
struction, Tanaka of justice and Shiua
gawaof the interior.
The Canadian rarllameut will inqulio
into tho quarantine laid by tlio United
States against tlieir sheep.
1'iiorEssons Sualeu and Morrison are
said to liavo found n pctilflcd body in 11
Tennesseo cave, with prehistoric weap
ons of copper at its feet
I.lom, B. B mac liny Biied tho New
York 1'ress for damages for printing
matter froui the North Amcilciin ltevlew
which was copyrighted,
The German, KnglHlt nud Italian
ministers have protested against Presi
dent Dalmaada'a closing the Chilian
The llobrewllmnkcrs of Borlfn liavo
given notl$olMUeir agents ami custo
mers that Mliisslan sccurltls will no
longer be dealt lu by them.
A M niter Hvunrn.
"No, nir," Mlilti) birkoe)or. "yon
don't jret hny gi?4 hern thli time.
Ycm'vo had enoiiRM vhlkv fr ono
evening " $gt
"All light, sir,"'t?lt.-d u,r. customer,
bomqwhat tliicklyM."ly trade iVwn'l
amount to raucli7iP'' it ntmut n
fmpW o' dollaia (Mweelr. uu-IIh, lut
'vcii)t fnoudjl; yer life none o"
(jVnVll ever c6mSlre nrain Hayl"
hy continued,- iwl'nr 1m llnirer 1m
prosblvdly at tlnr"in liebtml tlm Iwr,
"do you know Wbt tl.t tlun'f'i ifnliic
lovostyou? I Kill. J U ynu out of lust
W ft week. Tlinf'!vl'r ' 'M ' ""d
thnj tlio lntcff-.tijii .. 01 1 .-.ts
ftliat'nllri(iI(,i'jfri m'r, niml
Cd tuo 1iarktVp7i)jf ( . M 1 nnr
frlenna drop out ItWIU ln 1 -n 1 it
MS a week In beUijii j1 . ami
hepc-mtcd hl lllor rl n.lit nttlir
jtwH J MpMJ iSJHm& r' '' n ' n'","
MilMBBT'' "' " '
year r?BBJBBjLtr t '.two,
and I d irlvoelivBrj, , ), 1P -u i,n
awav frrrw Ji"r Ai' h' Ynu ll-t
outl" CMcoro Tribjhe
TWO lit HH.
Toulldnk this IsVliappy father smll
lug In tho cyca kfji llritborn, don')
v 'Vmbt il 1 1 'A
But It Un't.-Juiy, -.
Ilo I ornot 11m rtravj.
A trftvcler, on leaving tlio dinnpr ta
bb) nt the jiotel, wa3 soiry In leave nny
At Hi" Church I'nlr.
"Do you know why you remind me
of tho steamer Teutonic?" nuked Jim
my Iladdeman, of IN" Iteboccn at tho
"No, Mr," iho answered, w lib a tinlle
that was graded ubovo No. 10 Hutch
"Then I'll toll yon If because you
draw a good tlcul of water, my dear.1
A Utah Man. I.
"Mr Astor I111 literary nepiralions,
has ho not?"
"Yt't,, as a poet he is InconRldernble;
nsnnorclUt he is ery cleer. but bin
best and inot profitable w ritiuif is in
the form of n cheque, in Mdch lespoot
ho burp.isses Dickens, Tliackerny, Too
woven Shakespeaie " .lury,
"What have you btMinieadliiplatelv?"
"How do you like it?"
"Very much. There is no adrentur,
it courfce no plot, no sensational iuel
lents In fui-t. It's quite the i,auie as
reading a fashionable novil l'ucU,
a iiittt. in.
Hnrpct's Young Feopl".
Mrs. Knickerbocker There was 11
policeman in the kitchen, courting 0111
ugly old rook
Mr. Knickerbocker Whall Why,
she is sixty years old, nnd on unly as 11
crazy quilt Well, thut pollosiiuu must
have been hungry for 11 fnel 'jxni
Hoard lu Helena
"Wlio .110 thoe crippled men vho
hive jiu-t passed nloiur Hie trvet list-tlo-MUtried
. t Tsnuof tho llrand Army
of tho Bepulille, I tnlto It."
"Oh, nouthow am merely tho mem
bers of "tlio Montana legislature"
Judcre, . '
Rural rierffymau riymp.ihotIaUvi
Terrible accident, !crrlpi, wasn't it?
Six men blown ti ntoiiiB with rtltw
1 glyccilne? 1' '
Undeitakcr (tcarf ullyj . lloartrond
lug! Not enough l?fJof tlicml,fo'r n
fuueral.-Ooo.l News. . r,- -
Your naint uul ire will send you
. 'ample co.j of the ' H.iuitcr"
ami m aw miri you will want to
subset ibe . . . '
L?Zll Jlil 1 J!.RJ r Vanhevt, '" Stmlmit
SratsnSMNpWiRlH iaJJttu a smdmi.'naDr-
i S J 1 3 ?1W StUudUovLliiImiit Co ,
hiSiL J 5 ifl 80IO Luca? Avi.
HM(T!iR! flT" ':iitriiiitfi.,
BBHy nvfea a .r.n,hiii, ..,k rv.ii.
W 1ini.li.,rrtl,l ,g tvM.rt ,om , .k lcH..ndo.
;f" "ii, . ta piiii.i. in .ik 1 ki. ion
S-MHtri ..mLif Armq l nriq I rfMMk .r4 urw.iil.
Mi . .n. inn. , ,,,,i,... r. ,. fumi J. r ikt .
pbymtkl aJ iMch th Ml. If. Sar.c.lor.l.lnk.r. rf
!" 1 i 1'ic Ml .V ua luisit. siur.
A JOURNAL FOR ADVERTISERS,
Ii tinid ei tti trit ill tniiclfc dt;i tt tick
Diitk, ui li IU Iiftinttittti lratU-tti titi
rotul tt Amiileta ilt.rtlim. !( hlltitii to tli
Imiritliwet iltirtliir In, rtit, ui vitro to
ib-.ll tlrtrtlio i 1st to Tilt t it ilrtrtliinnt ; tc
. to iWtj c:o 1 !ut tiisj ifiti ) it j hi kitl
mitt; to tifial-li fitt, 41icouii.es t'17 jAt
tilt ilml'.i ef tiiSUtlt ilittuln. A4ttrUlr ll
11 irt puctlitttr Ditr tut ultrittei t; fur, Tti
e:ttt:ii if rillUIIM' III! ulnrUtl It, lit
tltlr Uttt li tint ci 11 ti;tt'.i:ct tf o'crt Uit
titatj lit 7ui It rli:Ue ilttitlilsz tettnetj lot
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Bjj(F io SytMt St., New YmVw
ii. umin STABLES "
TOWN ntKIGHT AND BXI'UIS
THANSrER rilOM ALL TRAINS.
nnST-ClASB MVl'.ItY ItlUS.
COOD K.VDDIX iipiisns
SJNUMJ ANU DUUBI.K ItlHS,
ruriilslicd 011 Short Notice. Prices Low,
HAY AND GRAIN
IlOIISKS BOAllDI'.I) BY DAY lilt
ff rArar. nbxt to coi-nt iioifc.
MAIN CTUKKT, - I.UIII.
BOOTH & WILSON,"
23 N J Pt. Trpvo City, Utah.
HIClI CKAlilS I'OIJTRAITS A SPEC1-
i-cii, - - - lltaii.
Mra.lJ. S. Grarjfc, Prop.
MnW St. Next door to Moid
rluest Confectionery and Choicest Ci
gar constantly on bund.
Finest 1CK CltUAM in tlm City. Alio
I Hills, Nuts, 1'itrs, Tic.
TifU Ue Salt Lnlcc
BAKERY & COMOTERY,
.S.romf hoof Wtt of City Hall.
Best Ice Cream ami fancy
DltlNKS OK ALT. KINDri.
$0, 1.UNC1IKS AND M1U1.B AT
ir. ir. ;;oinv, '.wi. Dim, vv.ut
. II. WU.LIIS V. J5YAN8
niw, tin I i.lil fniirl HniKO
MtNtirAiiinriui ihu I'omwnaihih
FOR HBUS, LOUNGKS. IJTC.
Sprlnijs. placed ou llcdstotuls (or Trial.
Can till spyiial oidcra for any Size or
Btjlo of Beds J)Uliges, lHc,
Has n Complete stock of
Dry, Goods, GrocerieSj Stoves Ran- M
. ges, and Heaters.' 'M
f lie, newest and best line of Clotliingiud Gents, H
v , Enrnisliing Goods in this City. .? j H
Newest Sg Lar g'est Stoclt of aSCppS.
Farm Implemcntsj Wagons and Machind. ' ' '
And agrees to sell As Clic.ip for CIt ns any other firm irrespective Of H
any- bargains offered VAVfl
FloWer pofcs ii) Great: VarieiV M
BPG)VILEY pOBSE I
First-Class Accommodation al Moderate Prices.
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C0:0p, Wagon & Machine Co I
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, ' -Leading ljnp)eijiei)l peakrs H
Branch Houses and Agencise all over the Territory I
General offipe S. L City; .JH
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CO 79 THE LEHI BARbSR SHOP,
Ior a good clean shave, nnd done
by one Of Lchi's born boys.
Trices low and First Class Work
Nq yaiting. for Shaves. I'len
T'ho doors Vest of City flail; Main Hi.
CO'-fO-il. G; COMER
TOR YOUR; ICE CREAM,
SOIU-WATIJB, M'.MONAUK, CAN
JlIlIK, NUTS, CIUA1W,
. TOBACCOS, KTO.
and on sunday,
1 Block'NoitlM)! Taylor's" BlacKsmitli
Mrs. Harriet Wilson's
LATEST fcTYI,S Of LADIBS AND
CIIILPlt'g HAT8 4UST I
I am selling what Is left of
COMB A'ND GKT A
oitositi: Tin: couiit housi:.
Lkih Oity, - Utah.
The' Miller House,
The Best and Cheapest Hotel in
American' Fork, Give its a
trial and be; convinced.
Amorlcan Fork, UtnhCo.,Utnh
JOHN R, PETERSON
HOUSi: AND GIGN BAINTBU,
Al.l.-WOItK (iUUANTKl',1) l'UU'Eh
Dl'.Klia, W'll.I.s, ANli HI, kimS
oi I'iiohmi- 1U'sines ArrnKiinn '
ONU BLOOKf MAST OV IUjwkk Ori'icis
Leiii, ... Utah.
Mrs. Harriet Jacobs H
HAS ON HAND H
A SI'MiNDID, H
LINHOF MlLLlNliRY. 4ffl
ALL TI I !: LATEST ff-B
STYLUS AND . H
A( (lie Very Lowest Price. -H
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Estimates Made on Application H
ALL WORK GUARANTEED M
Lclilj m m m iJtah. M
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Grocery anil Dry Goods Store.
If you want anything cheap and iH
of the best quality you cannot do -'H
better than to buy of us. ,m .Bl
Wc have always on hand a line H
selection of H
press Goods H
Uo sine to call on us. when in town KwJ
A.Mi:uirN Fork, Utah. H
CADDIE Ei Oo. I
- I.i:ill, . - - . UTAH. H
THE PEOPLE OP LEBI I
Artist and Decorator,
IS I'Rl'.l'ARUD TO
DO ALL WORIC "
his Cake in "
Amovioun lork U f uh "