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H THE LEIIf BANNER
H Lshl Utah County, Utah.
m By Tho Lohi Publishing Company.
H Gzonnr. Weiih, President.
H -T. r. Tiivnf, VIce-Prceldciit.
B W. i:. lUt'Krn, Sami kl Taylor.
B Jamfs II.MIWOOD.
H C. A. Giti mieii, Sec. & Treat).
H 8. II. Vowlm, Mgr.
B TiibI.hii nNNBR is published tvtrjr VrlJajr
B afternoon, at Lclil Clly, Utah ftubscrlpllsn
B juice Two Dollats per y"f. rtK prepaid
B Remittances may be made by draft, money or
V der or regUtereJ letter, at our risk, girt postofllce
aJJtcn In full, Including county.
M) All eommunlcalljtia Gtionld be addressed to
Maj TiiaLamlUMiiEa, Utah County, Utah
MaJ Changes or addreai will be made promptly, but
j people must give the postomce raou, ai well as
MS to, when aucli change la desired, In order to
H Fnttred at Lihl CtlJT" (WaM ri!Jl or
MB (rantjwrfatfon Mroufla (Ac mails 01 iwidlm
H Ma"'r i.i'iii rvnuMiiNO co
B rmiAY, Ji'HE 12, 1801.
BB Alkcadv Leiii la taking tlio front
H rank as rt growing city ot tho county.
H Wo nro growing and Improving, but still
B have much to learn in n great many
H r.'gardi, ami wo vvant to lenrn it as fast
BB as wo can nml not atop until we are
H nhead and thou wo must work to stay
H there. Wo want to eco Improvements
B In every regard, go our town will Iks
H noted for Its good work. Let us begin
H at the head and havo some nlco public
H btlldlngg erected, which wo will bo
H ptoudofnnd which wo can show to
H visitors. Many persons nro coming In-
H to our ton n dally and aro taking nolo of
H what Is lo ha setti. Tho Intelligent
H person who vlisits a place goes by what
H ho sees more than by what hols told.
H Tho actions and deportment of the pco-
H ploaro also noticed, very partlcularly)
H nnd In this regard somo of our people
H cm learn, and moro especially of tbo
H younger class. They do not pay enough
B attention to tho llchts and prlvillgce of
B Ktrangcrs. Wowantour town to bo-
H como tho finest and most attractlvo in
H tho county so as to draw peoplo here to
H bjo tho town, invest their money, and
H balld It up. No ono than can do this,
H but e cry person can help, by bo doing
B n great deal can be accomplished. No
H set of peoplo have brlghtor prospects be-
H fore them than those who Hvo in this
H pArt of Utah Co., and wo can't afford to
B let any golden opportunity pass by un-
H noticed, livery person keeps his oyes
H o.ien when tho question of per eon nl In-
H tcrcBtlsnl stake, bo every successful
H community tnuut do tho tamo, It thoy
MB wish to gain ultlmnto succcbs. Patron-
Wl izo homo Industry, build up your own
aaaw yoplo when you can, and never throw
mWf"" rtfT) thing In tho way to stop tho wheel
RRj of progress lit jour neighborhood. If
B these principles aro remembered and
H lived up to ever) ono can live and pros-
H pcr.Utah Is v. ct a jotltig country and has
H many Improvements to muko and many
H now Industries to start which will be
B started when the pooplo will assist In
Bb them. Wo want to do our share and
BS get our roward In all these things and
BM great good and prosperity will bo tho
B result. Scleral now industries have
BK recently been started hero and o will
H wait patiently for tho result, hoplngthat
B the people will Fee us in the right light,
BS nnd ork for the Interest of tho town.
B J The Lchl Sugar Works.
B It is expected that tho sugar works
B ,yr at Lehl will ss a practical demon-
BB stratton of their ability nnll capacity
B early in September next. This can
Bl scarcely bo otherwlso than satisfao-
BB tory, and thereafter, tho great drain
BM upon our resources, for that ono staplo
BB at least, will be greatly curtailed and
B finally, we trust, extinguished alto-
B gether. Whllo sugar ia not, strictly
BB Bpeaklng, a necessity in tho economy
B of human life, it Is also not to be classed
B among tho luxuries as luqurlous as its
B moderate uee is, for it is so attainable,
BB and in somo cases so indispensable, as to
BB be one of tho common necessities.
BB It will bo n great day for Utah when
BB it produces all tho sugar our peoplo can
BB legitimately consume Not only would
BB the saving spoken of bo effected, but
BB omplormcnt at remunerative rates
BB would bo ntTorded u largo numbor ot
BB peuploin and adjacent to the works,
BB and in tho raising and transportation of
BB beets. Besides this, cry many acres
pfl of presently useless soil would be made
BB fruitful and proSUhle, so that there
BB would be u general gain "all along the
BB Perhaps, however, the greatest con-
BB sidcratlon in one respect has not been
BB mentioned. We lofur to tho sense of
PB patriotic independence which any peo-
BB pie must feel at tho accomplishment of
BB such an object m absolute Belf.gustcu-
PB ance in even one Important department.
PB It is not that there Is any desire to bus-
BB; pend business relations or commercial
BB colnlty with any part ot the country or
BB any nation of tho world for that matter ;
BB but that wo do desire to develop within
BB pur midst and by our hands the hither-
B io dormant rcsouiccs of our Territory,
BB and ia more senses than ono, taste the
BB tnuethjMiof ourownpiodticts.
BaB There are a good many people who
BB think the vegetables which grow iu
BB their own gardens and tho fruits pro-
BB duced by their own trees, are if nny
BB 'thing a Uttlo better than tluvt of other
BB jisoplo ; and its long ae eueh xlxulry luis
BB A tendency to Inculpate Industry, core-
BB fulness and tact, and haa not ntceeeurity
BBj oveiiailindowofeninity, It may be get
PE don n tin not only hannltps but iu most
BB cussa actually btucflolal.
BB SnrceriH and profit In nbundnnre to
BJBj the lhi augur votMUrnrel AVm.
BB: Gknkiiai. Dautdn, tho comic opera
BaB unaiMger, Udlng.
PB A mad Newfoundland dog was shot by 1
BJB mi oflker in a 1'ittsbtirg public school, f
SCHOOL SUPT'S. REPORT.
Our Schools art Filled to Over
flowing. To the Board of Dirtcton of Lehl School
Diilrict A'o, 14, and Vatroifi of Edu
cation. Realizing Hint the school yoar of 1890-
01 is fast drawing to n close, I beg this
means ot presenting you my report ot
tho past school ycar'd work.
The schools, opened on schedulo time
Sept. let., with the following toachors
Ilton ScnooL. James M. Anderson
Intebmedutk G. N. Child.
XOBTH EABT SCHOOL,
iNIERMrDUTE J. E. ROSS.
Priiary Laura. Webb.
SIixkd W. T. Taylor.
Owing to tho crowded condition of the
south school, it became necessary nt
halt term to open tho additional Prim
ary school at the Court house. Mrs.
Kate Ellingson in charge. Accordingly
the Primary grades w ero transferred from
tho Intermediate and those in turn re
placed by a transfer from tho III. Read
ers. Tho closing week of the term, showed
an enrollment in the d:. tret of 376
graded as follows:
I. Readers, 66.
II. Readers, 72.
III. Readers, M.
IV. Readers, 62.
V. Readers, 26.
Tbo second term of tbo school year
opened w ith an enrollment of 303. It
again became necessary for the Trustees
to provide more room. Accordingly a
school was opened in an upper room of
oar mceting-bouso with Mrs. Sarah
Evans as teacher. The closing week ot
tho term showed an aetual attendance
of 443 pupils graded as follows:
I. Readers, faO.
II. Readers, 70.
HI. Readers, 72.
IV. Readers, 67.
V, Readers, 34,
It will be noticed thai an additional
grade (elocution) baa been organised
and instructions in elocution, elgebra,
book-keeping, physical geography, and
natural philosophy bave been added to
the curriculum ot this school.
The third term, showed an enrollment
ot 482 distributed among teachers as fol
lows: James M. Anderson, V. Readers and
elocutlou, 63 J G. J. Child, III. and VI.
Readers, 74; J. E. Koes.U. Ill, and IV,
Readers, 78; Laura Webb, I. Readers,
and Charts, 70'. W. T. TayVir, CbaiU,
I. II. Ill nnd IV, 74; Mrs. Kato Elling
son I. and Charts, 67 ; Mrs. Sarah Evans,
I. Readers, 66; in all 468.
The fourth term ot tho jear reached
an enrollment of 261. Owing, however,
to tho spring work, and the measles this
number was reduced to 164 actual at
tendance. At halt term thoTrustees (or
want ot means were obliged to close the
schools, with the exception of a Primary
which continued the remaining half
term. lyxapilnatlons have been con
ducted at the close of every term, at
which teachers have presented their
methods ot teaching, and the result of
pupils labors. Promotions made, school
work and atntistlcw bave been reported.
The plan of work aa laid out at the
teachers' joint Institute has beon with
but two exceptions completed, During
the year our District Teachers' Associa
tion, has held 23 regular and 7 special ses
sions at which the best methods for tho
promotion of school interests bave
In closing this report I cannot but re
fer again to the crovded conditions of
our schools during tho past year.
Wo own at present aa district school
property, three houses; five rooms with
a soating capacity ot 328 pupils.
During the past year w e haro, through
the kindness of our City Council and
our Ecclesastical Ward Organization,
been permitted the use ot two additional
rooms, making our eeating capacity at
tho extreme 430.
It will be noticed, however, that our
enrollment during tho third term num
bered 482. Thla additional 02 had to be
crowded into windows and corners as
best teachers aud pupils could arrange.
This crowded condition of our schools
Is very detrimental to tho health of tho
pupils and the teachors.
Authentic authoiity asserts that 1000
cubit feet ot air Is the very leatt quanti
ty that must be supplied hourly to every
pupil in the room in order that perfect
health may be sustained. This quantity
Iiob been reduce,) to lets than bait w ith
us, and we may feel thankful that wo
havo escaped wtb. but tho slight sick
ness wo here hadduring the paet winter.
Considering the growing condition oi
our city to-day, it will be evident to
every thinking person, that something
must be done at onoe to secure ample
accommodation for our school popular
tion the coming year.
Trusting that every patron of educa
tion will give this matter its due con
sideration and hoping for a near future
educational boom in our city I subscribe
James M, Akpeso'.
City Bupt. of Schools.
The insurgent cruiser I lata has sur
rendered to the United States.
Quiet N Victoria's domestic at Wind
sor are becoming infected with the in
fluenza. Tub Pcoplo'B fire insurance company,
New York, has decided to go out of
The census vhows that Ireland has
Jost uoarly half a million ot population
in ten jears.
"UNDER THE H'ARTHSTANE."
"Brother, yem boar your Borrow
With patience that paiaoth pralje,
Tholonaof worldly pctseaatona
Just at your latter daja I
How do you bar the nilnhbor prayed.
"Tbere'a Ioto 'neathths ti'arthatansr tho old
"Oh, Ioto la good, I grant yoo, '
When seasoned enough with irotd, t
Hut loro In a cottago" he ihook his had-
"ta rhyming that will not boldl
Loro only can never lilt your load
Ot aorrow and labor on life's late road.'
"Ay. ay I" tbo old man answered.
Ilia whlta bead sturdily railed) '
' When ye h'ae lived a' my llfetamn.
"Yo'll eryi 'Tho Lord bo praliedl'
Whether o' good or 111 shall fa'
It lovo 'oeath tho h'arthatano aurrtveth a' 1"
' llut you and your wife," urged the neighbor
"Your children under tho od "
Xa4 nndor tho tod," tho old man cried,
' Oond neighbor gano to OoJI
An' what h'ae we to do wf piln
When lore still glortea the auld h'arthstanef '
"Your (alth l past my knowing"'
The neighbor murmured low,
A spirit of awe and wonder
On his face, as ha roso to go.
"Ah. friend," the old man answer raada,
"Loe 'Death the h'arthttaoe Is naught
Jean It Ludlum, In . Y Ledger.
m GETTING KICIL
.Drafton'n Spoliation and tho Los
oon It Taught Him.
"I've been too long plodding; Now I
mean to go to ork and make money,"
said Albert Ornfton.
"You havo saved up two hundred dol
lars n year for tho last fivo years. Al
bert," said his wife. "In not that doing
"Only a thousand dollars In flvo years!
That's rather n poor prospect, Alice."
"I fancied it w as rtolnff w ell Still, I
shall bo Kind l( you can do better, llut
what has made you dlscontoutcd on a
"I will toll you. You know Crampton
In our oflloe?"
"Wcl, thrco rasnlhs ago ho received
a legnoy of n thousand dsllarn from an
aant of bis What woulJ you havo
done with It?" $V
"Put It In tho saving! bank?"
"Whcro it would hnvo coroediy thla
time fifteen dollars interest. lie did
better than that. He bmiRht shares In
a mining company, and to-day ho sold
out for two thousand dollars."
"Doubling' Ills money?" said AUe, In
"Yes, nnd in thrco monlliM. That's
what I call doing a good etrolto ol busi
"Yes, but there was a risk about If."
"Of course you can't gain wUhuut In
cvirrrag some little risk. Now eupposo
ho dgvjWc his money afraln In the next
threw, or, nay six month, howKrhavo
four thousand; a sura which l would
take us twenty years to la? by."
"Slow nnd auro 1 n Rood rule, Al
bert." "1 renlly bcllovc, Alice, you would
ptctor a snail to ft horse. II 1 wero go
lagtollvo a long a Mtlhusalch, I
tilffht bo satlslled. with roy slow fata).
J1.. -I'don't expect that I mean to take
sVitorter end ta WVudi "
. "I inn afrold, Allxr, that it wi
J9.7V0 a ahorv cn powarty "
' Don't croak, Ahle. 'J niit to m,
iii.'l you will rldo In your carriage yet"
Albert Graf ton Wojrnn nt onco to look
c-v' or somo proflcobln modo c Invest
ueat for the Uttlo sum nhloh Kid been
seumulatlng at the wvWnjs hank for
trv years. It amounted now, with In
tirest, to about eleven hunded and
fcJtjT dollars; a sura whtth ho had re
jtricil with satisfaction until he had
kced dttKlod by Hie luel 7 speculation
ol his follow cleric. lie df opid a hint
O Crampton that if ho bhoul'l hoar of
a pxxl Investment ho mii;bt bo iUsved
Vioabark In it hlmsoU Ho wlthui.ew
t'Aj uonay from trra eavJuirs banlT in
40 to havo It r;a.V3 ue r.t khe',
4fSv.'je. m mw .,
TJa lucky chaueo was not-iang In a ,
tiao day Albertr eanva horrtO'ln cxcal
Well, wife," ho sak "wlmt do yen
tW'ia 1 l.aye fJorK'-
't. Graftsu looked loqulrin'a.
"j have inrcsfod tho money."
"ow?" nho aiked, not vvJWjvsu con,
"JaICio Wlnnoio Mlalntj Company
a cipltal thing "
"ifltat do yon know nboutr the com
"OU it's a first-eato company. Tho
tilis produces Van upon Cons oi cop
.1 ivtTj yoar."
'How do yeu kjiow?"
"UUe prospechia sajre so."
"Jjtc you sure tlio ctatjmenis are to
ki e'4ed upon?"
"Ofcourse. Bqn't b so susplolous,
Jiiiio. Ono would tbirAl tho world was
r o up of sharpers."
".I'liat did you p.iy for the sharosW
TiJty-alx eViHa. had msnejj
CiCtegh to buy ju.'i tvrenty arwl lav!
U-lrty dollars over "
fruppoo wo put that 'jock into the
"Wo hnvo hal.rasncv In tho bank so
hsr-j. that I shall hf? iVisr ii wa have
cvia that Uttlo Idt to ou name "
Z.'a a otranrp fancy," said tho hus
ban!, laughlnrr, "howovor, I will hand
.0 money to yon, undyou may do us
IIo pasaed over n roll of three t;n tlil
r h'.lh, which his vUjput!4i.crrirto
at.v deposited lu tXo eavvuera bank t'.io
.y.lco dUl not look wltii rquoh favor
bvra tho Wlnnabajro Mln'oj Company,
even after bcclni; tin c-culnv vVilch
iMconstfaOcd in t'.io moit vonvlnolnt)
Manner that It conl, 1 -lot .Sill to pay 0
u.Wond of fifty per cent, tho fl4 J car
2c:ldes rising maDrlally 't inarltcf
vaje, thereby raakint; It a most dJblr,a
ii stock to Invest iu Somehow Alice
was tkcptlcal, hih thouo'i eho could
not detect tho fallacy, felt )ial there
was aomethlng wrong IluJ (maband
became nlmott nngry v(lj hc eu cc
etuit of her prca.li.toni disbelief) de-
jamg that sho w,i hopelessly prju
' j hopo I am vvrtsc." fcho taltj smll-
.ftlntly "I trust oviuts vvl show
have feared rriuryll.tb! "
It seemed, indeed, oslf this would be
thu caee Tho ttoclt began to rlso bt ad.
Ily. 1'rom flfty-blx It roo to blxty.flvi
in a fortnight
"I havo mado 0110 hundred und eighty
dollars ao fnr," Bind Albert oxultlngly.
"What lo you think of thot?"
"You had better bell out, and Bccura
"Not, will hold on, and muko
'It may go down again."
"I don't believe It."
And It did not go down The fact
was some stronp; parties controlled tho
stock, who were ndroltly manipulating
it for' n. rise. So, riulto Independently
of IU nctunl vnluo, It rosostcndlly until
It touched ninety.
At that point Albert was fortunate
enough lo sell out, receiving for Ills
twenty shares eighteen hundred dol
larn. He announced this to his wife1 with
"A clear prollt of Mx hundred ntid
eighty dollaro," ho baliU "Aa much no
I coull lay by In tliroo vpiira nnd I'vo
dono It Inside of two tuunUis. I'd bet
ter hnvo kept It In tho ftavtnrrn bink,
"Tnku my advice, aud pnt II bick
there, Allx-rU lie content with what
you have ninuV, nnd don't risk tho mon
ey ngnln "
llut Albert (Irntton hid had a tasta of
speculation, and tho fatal fascination
was upon hlin. . W
"I must tnnlco another venture, Al
ice," ho Bald. "I don't deny thero'n
somo risk, but I wont to make a little
"You can't expect to bo lucky every
"It wnsn't luck. -I used my liest Jiiiljf
ment lu the investment, nnd it turned
out well "
Ho began, despite his wife's remon
strances, to neulc out another chnnco
for a speculation, lie wat bhovvn tin
prrjariectus 6f n petroleum company,
which was represent .d nB wonderful
for tho unpiralleletl i lold of the wells
alriady oicncd ttpsii IU Cnplttl vvns
needed to sink nn additional number,
which there was every renton to think
would yield rriunljy well. Tor that
purpose u limited Truount of Mock wns
offered tb tho publjo at tho extremely
low prlio of ten dollars pei sliaro.
Albert decided to Invest his entire
capital In this promlbinir speculation
He paid over eighteen htindivd dollar.!,
and received lu return a ri.rUlli.atv of
ono bundled and eighty (.hnrcs which
ho allowed with great batisfnitlon to
"Tho shares. It Ms thought, will rro
up to twenty dollars In n month,' he
lt..i ..nl.li.hl.lw l,n. ,11.1 hnl
They remained at par only a weok, nnd
then declined to nine bomewh.it un
easy, Albert went to the secretary of
tho company for Vn c-planntton lie
was assured by that gentlunan that it
was all right, that th" dicllne vmib ow
ing to tho eltorts of a large operator
who wished to liuvtln cheap, and prollt
by the subsequent advun-c
If this was ths enso the operator nan
nucccsbful, slnco another week brought
down the prlco to seven
Sirs. Grafton urged her huhbuml to
"Whnt, nnd lote over flvo hundred
dollnrs?" ho exclaimed "I nm n tmch
"Hut you may havo to lose more "
"No, tho officers say It U nil ri(lit
They nro now illgRlii),' wells. As 80011
as they provo bucue&sful the stock will
take iv bound upward '
Meanwhile tho clock Bank to live, mid
again Allco kceoutjl.t her husbiud to
sell. "You will (jot buck nine hundred
dollars," she saU.
"And lofco nln hundred? No, I will
seo It through," ho said
Poor Allco looked on with dismay
Her heart sank within her ovc q day
when Bho took up tho evening paper,
and noticed a frailer, decline, In th
stock In which her hiu'osn I s all was
Invested She siw that ho was too
hcadstroiig toLo influenced, nnd looked
forward sadly to tho entire Iocs of tlio
money. m., - w
Tho decline continued, until the
stock touched three. Albert btg.in to
"What do you think of your stock?"
he asked Crampton.
"I am out of it," was tho rcpiyr
"Out of It WSen?"
I told out at fear? hnvo lott confi
dence in it "
Jn a panic Albert went to his broker
and directed a peremptory 6ulc. Tho
next day ho sold out, icullzing two
dollars per share, Instead of tho orig
inal tcu, making thrco hundred and
sixty dollars. Ho Hardly know whether
to be glad or sorry when '10 learned
that tho stock was no longer Ins Hut
his w lfe heartily rejoiced
"At least," sho r.ald, "you have saved
something from tho w roc It, and you
havo gained experience Now, let u
put tho money back into the savings
Albert mado no opposition He fill
too much mortified and dlscourHirjcl at
his losses to .visit to engage In any fur
ther enterprise of a similar natttro
As for tho petroleum eioJr it went
dow n and dovv n till it ceased t h ivo a
market value. Ihs lust quotations w ero
ten cents a, share, and it would not com
mand that now.
Albert Grafton's lesson wns a severo
one, bat it will couduco to hup mi
tient (rood Ho b youug yet, uu I v . th
industry nnd frug illly may earn o
competence, l'or oco tpec'u'.atfr who
makes a fortuno there nro ton vho fail
Slow nnd sure la vorj apt to win the
race. Horatio Alger, Jr , In Yankee
Tlio neat Victim.
Sharpson (In surprise) You say you
aro n victim of the ciffnratto h?b.t.' 1
unvrr saw you smoklnf ,
1'hluU I don t c-voile, but I o 1'..
help MmlUnfftlu ufemall.ting can 1
Alonzo "I say, ol' chnpj I just
dwopped hi to see If you would go for n
split on tho boulevard wr.th 111c ' -d 1
huw "Can't, dealt boy. I'm Uua Idly
afwaid of gohig Into the air so soon
niter bo tig manicured, donoherktiow."
Ballard's Snow Liniment.
This wonderful Liniment is known
from the Atlantic to tho Pacific and
from the Lakes to tho Gulf. It is the
moat penetrating Liniment in the world
It will euro ltheumatisin, Neuralgia.
Sprains, Bruises, Quts, Wounds, Old
Fores, Burns, Sclstica, fioro lliroat, Soro
Chest and all inflammation, after nil
others have failed. It will cure I tar bed
Wire Cuts jiiJ heal nil wounds where
proud tlcsh his set In. It Is equally olll
cient for aniinuU Try It nnd jou will
not be without it. Price 50 cents. Sold
at Lehl Drug Store.
Pneumonia and Bronchitis Carry off One
Third of toe Human Race.
It l not g.-nerilv known Unit Pnrii
n onla and Br n.uftis tnrry oil one thud
of tlio luman rice, but such nic the
facts, and what U moro surprising, both
of tho abovo diseases result from neg
lecting a common ordinary Cold. A
Cough should newr'lio neglectwl. If It
Is, every time jou catch cold jou rough
harder, nnd it sticks by jou longer.
Ballard's Ilorthaundfiirupls the loft
remedy in the world for Pneumonia,
BionchilU and ;i Throat ami Lung
trouble. Hvonhavonn throat (rou
ble, call for Hallanl'H Horehonnil Ryrup
nnd take no other,
di:am;kr in and jiANiirAo-'
TUltniW OK IIAUNKHS. SAD
DLES, BUGOY IIAItNKHS '
AND nvnilYTIIING IN
THAT LINi:. ALSO,
Curry n I'till
Line of Stationery,
nil Kinds of Deidi, nnd
Dortiuicnto. Wills mndo nnd ack
nowledged liv JAJir.S IIAH
WOOD, Notary Public, Main Street,
LEHt CITY, - UTAH
LEHI UU1 HARKET
Hccf, Veal, Mutton,
I'rinic Roasts and PtcaUs
Sausage and Hologua.
MEAT DKL1VKRED TO ALL
PARTS OF TOWN
Lehi, - Utah
Book and Stationery Co.-
Tin: LVK-ji .-r vNDiu.Hrsrot kld
bTOItl. 111 1 TAII 111 Till- -L 1 1.NPt
Office Supplies, School lloolis.
foil at i'iIm on itriithiiiri
Y THE SALT LAKE TSKPLS BASSES
Sptcul nttertloit irivcu to Ladies and
Hair Ciilling, Mi DreEsifig; M
L LAJIUI Ur, Prop.
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Notice to the Public,
Teeth Extracted vviihutit p.un.and
TootlncltL cured instantly,
noofln3 nnd Jobbing.
Copper nnd 'I inwaro nnde U
order. All kinds ol Tin and Cop
per work done by cxpi.ru need
Opposite Opera House, I tin.
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E:H. Dyer & Co. '
Coiitrnclorg for and llniMi r ot
fhe tehiJBeet Sugaactof y.
DesignerSf Builders and Operators.
Of peel Slnjarl Fnclorfea nj5 lefiijorieo-
Wo will (jimmiilecTiiir vtork ('(rrrocpo h 1 co Sihcited.
Acltlresss E M. pi)er & Co.
lhi, rtah, ur Mvarndo Cnllfornlt.
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RATES 5S2.00 AND 352.50 PER DAY. Central Location. '$
V I ir 1 -i ij t. mi l.vi n I loir P.H-. iirr Lkval t Stoiu Heat j,
llut nnd C ild Aaur I'lotu I 1 'lit and Hell 111 l'.crv Umiui '
1 irnt .lli-n 111 ill Hi- Vj 1 intimiitri biltl.ik. Citv 1'tnli.
J II (LVttK Pi i iu tor - - I. JH'I.IOUI) .M inaKer
Finest beach ontlie famous Utah Lake. ' -
Conveyances run to and (10m the city nt Iteqtient intervals. Round
trip 25cts. . I
All Kinds of Soulier Drinks tiiifl oilier Misslimgiils can be Oil r - -t
lained on tliBGrnuLfls at Rcnular Urn.
f ipe pow Boats fop pep t.
Grarjd pall EVeri Saturday MjgKi.
Coo. V. HFurdooU. F'vop.
DR. C. L. SE ABRIGHT,
A.irr Sisxzt, Xjejii, 'CJtjlsi.
Drugf, Medicines, ClieinictU. Toilet Articles, Fancy Soaps, Cliatnoii
Skins, 'Sponges, Hrushet, I'erfunicry, Kit ICtc , and l'liy-
bicians' l'eisciiptions ( arclully Compounded. x .
I MEW REPEATS! RILE69! .' "
fW0 EJECTNGj WoIghl,G"vibs.
Using 32-20, 30-40 and 44-40 Carlrltffjcs. .
B t nd for freoilcscrlpllYO price-list of ltiiinllnir ltllli'S, 1
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Ij MABLIH FIRE ARMS CO., NEW jjAyENCT.. , S. LA. .1
I Are Unequalled bolli (or Hunting and IULAL HtLUAlllilU lUULo I
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9 R "irn)WilL AND SAVE MONEY. e'1 '
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f 3i3P CATALOGUE & 1 O fy
I nnlhrCitalotmoA,slinnIiigSlgliUn!id containing vaiuaaic insiucticii on 5 1
in Ulilt h oflaln. t Ucslgn. Adliui nuw to rncrmic toun own ammuniiiox i
Ph WH. LYMflH, Hlddloflcld, Ct. IDEAL HFQ. CO., Box G, Kow Haven, CI. 9
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