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H . THE LEIII BANNER.
B Lohl, Utah County, Utah.
H i - - -
H LE11I MUNICIPAL OFFICERS.
U ' Mayor A. J. Kvnns Counciton
H Joseph V. Uontcs, W. B. Kvaiis, Jolin
B Woodlionsc, T. F. Tronc, Louis Gntff,
H J, II. (liuldie, Oloy Klllngsou Ben. lie
B rqrtter John How. Tnamrcr John
ltobcrttl, jr. .ImfMor ind Collrclor
H Win. II. Winn. CiVy Marthal E, A.
Goodwin. Juiiice of the l'eaccli. B.
I. Willcsmul Alphonso Davis. City At-
(onicy, l'rliiio Kvnns. '
J' MA 1 1,3 CI-OHE
t'o tbe fioutti via HI'.. g 00 ,.m
' lor Soiilli and Eait Tla It. O. W. 10.00 a ra
B Koi .. Nr'h Lal and Vot via II.O. W SioOpm
For Worth Hut and Want Tla If. . t&jm
BBS Oh iuncUr one .Mall each road
i Closttfor HcnlbandKaitTlfU. P. (00am
ClnlM " K. VV and North via H. O.W. o,ao a m
Ofllce open on fiundar from until
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tdiertltimtntt (n (Ml column Twenty etnti ptr
H Friday, June 12, 1801.
J The first annual meeting of tho stock-
J holders of tho Lehi Publishing Com-
pany will lx held on Monday, Juno 15.
, nt 8 o'clock p. m., in tho N. E. .school
Bw , houeo tor tho election of officers and such
other business as may bo necessary.
B THIS, THAT AND THE OTHER.
f Only gonnlno beet tools at Trnno'e.
J Thane has the finest assortment of
J,iidlcsniiil Ciiildrcn's slippers.
J ' Tin: Young Indies should get their
Embroidery dresses at Trane's
Hk How nbout your shado trees? Aro
J tlicy trimmed to the required height.
J Hon. G. T, Odcll passed through town
J 'lil8 wiy homo from south Iftst night.
Ja)8 Kikkiiam & Co., Lehi, Whole-
I snlongcn, 0r Hewlett Bro., Soda Wator
M Co. Bond i. jour orders.
H Aiiki. John VA'Ng an& Andrew D.
m Anderson Imvo lx.n appointed homo
m missionaries from Led.
H Tho Peoples co-op inadoothor Bhp.
H incut of wool yesterday. -i,a wm
K mnko about twelvo cars tills scaso..
H Mk John .Mason is driving a. voll o.
H Lou llliodo's place. Ha is down now
H over sixty feet nnd making good pro'
B ,.-..cf(iiiiff city prisonort
BBJU " " "t Provo has been let to o chinaman.
H Thats tho way they have of building up
BBt homo Institutions.
H It Js fun to stand on n corner on a
H flno afternoon, and watch tho wen all
H lushing around trying to mako monoy,
H nnd ll,o h onion flouting around trvlng
H to spend it.
H I'KorLE's Co-op. Imvo a very comploto
H lino of Shirts and It is rcaliv amusing to
BBM HeO tho CIlRtninov rl.;M il,vu mnmjr
H (hoy Buy llicy mo almost giving them
H Mayou Evans and Jas. Allred, also,
H Messrs. Pribyl nnd Novotuy of the Am.
H Fork Initeptiultnt wero among tho visi-
H tors to our olllco this week. Call Again
H We nra informed that the Ixicust
B Grove Co. intend erecting somo sub-
m Btnutinl cottages on their property near
B the U. P. Depot. Work is to ba com.
m .meiiced therein tho near future.
H lUiiv CAnniAUEs At tho Pcoplo's
BV Co-on, nt greatly reduced prices, and
BY tho Inrvest assortment in the county.
BBt Como and buy w Idle the Stock is large
BB loFclcctfroni.ns thoy are selling rapidly.
H Clothing Piicescutln two. In order
BBl '' mako room for tho large Importation
of Clothing and furnlehing Goods, the
Bj IVojdc's Co-op. will make special bar-
Bf gains on whatever Stock they now have
Bh on hand, Como and be convinced,
B Fou Bill-heads, Lcttor-heads, State-
K incnts, ball Tickets, and Programmes,
H Cards, Legal Blanks, Euvelopes, and all
H klmla'ol Job Printing. Send to The
B IUnneii. Work done neatly and
H promptly and at lowest living prices.
H. WiltT about tho Fourth of July I'
B Already other towns aro making prepar-
H utlona for it nnd surely J.ohl cant afford
H to lo behind tho rest. Let n committee
H lie formed a t onco nnd liavo the eagle
B give forth his most glorious scroam.
B Somh ones carp pond has broke looeo.
H Mr Ben Lot caught seventeen carp in
BBB SpriugCrcekditchfrom one-year-old and
BBB uphu rays ho does not know how many
BBB 4 ,., f'movo there aro lu tUo ditch. Persons
B having carp onUa bad better look to
BBB their outlets.
H "Tiieeb aro no riles on tho Banner,"
H, says the Lehi contemporary. Well, wo
BBB should say not. Flics are rather par-
H titular where they roost. Am. Fork
BBB Indtjiendtnt. That's po. And say,
m John, "did you over notlco bow thoy
m . Jlock mound anything dead.7" Wo aro
B too deft for them.
B . AbTiiouait there ecsms to be a great
H many men in town there Is not enough
BBB to supply the demand. Mr. T. It Cut-
H Mgr. of thu Sugar Co. has ben forced
BBB to advertise in the leading newspaper
BBB tor moro men to work for thu company.
BBB It stems almost impossible to socuro
BBB enough liiborere.
H 8rii.r, they glow and thrive. We
BBB icier to theso catorplllcra tint are in-
B fcstltig the orchnids. They uru doing
BBB greut amount of dumago to souio of
H tho trues stripping them entirely of tho
BBB leayes leaving them looking as if a fire
B bad recently swept over tho place.
BBK Thu fruit prospect is being greatly dam-
M liged by their dopredations.
m The Ueligion chiss held last Sunday
BBV night was very well attended though
B' many camo in rather late. An Inter-
B- eating program was carried out, The
B lecUiru on tho bones by J, M. Andcrsou
B was especially interesting and luslruc-
m live, He intends giving moro on the eub-
B ject of physlollgy which should lie heard
B fy everyono as it is a very important
The Sunday School Fes
tival a grand Success.
THEY ARE TO CELEBRATE,
And Ask Their Neighbors to Join
in With Them.
Since our last, the town has not
changed lu appearance very much, still
there is a steady march onward. Our
Sunday School Festival which was held
on tho 6th In Swonson's Grove, was a
grand success, and those who worked so
hard to please the children aro deserving
of praise. Everything passed off pleas
antly with the exception of some of the
young men, imbibing to freely of that
which steals away their reason and
brings sorrow to widowed mothers, and
groy haired father.
Ok Monday tho 8th Inst., at 8 p.m ,
the cltizeus met at the call of Mayor
Thorn, in tho City ball to tako into con
sideration the propriety of celebrating
the 4th of July. It was tho senso of
those present that we celebrate, and a
committee of nine was selected to make
the necessary arrangements, and it Is
tho intention to eclipsoany former cele
bration ol our natal day. Therefore, if
our neighbors do not And enjoymont at
homo on the 4th, we shall bo pleased to
welcome all who will, join us in our
pleasures, and will onsuro them a day
long to bo remembered as wo have tho
right kind of material on ourcominlttee.
Wednesday evening found the public
again assembled in our City ball, when
hey were met by Mears'HouU, & Gash of
Provo exponents of Democracy. The
result was that a Democratic Club was
organized with James 0. Bullock as
president ; Louis S. Kobinson, vice-president;
John L. Uarvey, vico-prceldcnt;
James L. Brown, secretary; and Cbas.
B. Harper treas. Tho majority present
I think favored tho Democratic side of
tho question. Thero wero however,
some that leaned towards Republicanism
and would bo pleased to hear some of tho
Ma guns believing that a number would
JoiVa club if one was set on foot.
NCdoubt you have heard ero this the
1 report,at about 400 bus. of whoat has
""J 'an belonging to tho Ileliof
Socicti mont says this is a fact, I
trtut, lwwo that WB ii,ai learn
' something thwlu chaoge tho rumor
and that tho graa wuich was donated
and atorod to ftccfxho poor is etlUcome
Tuebk are sevcralVour clthons en
gaged in tho brick induVrv, and success
is crowning their ofrbrts go wo may
expect to eeo somo ol tho oK land marks
replaeod with beautiful brlr cottages.
We aro sorry to learn that our enter
prising noighbor. San' Green.. Umn
w v ms ucu Wnn a severe atfaclc of
Tiie health of the people generally is
good, peace and plouty reigns supreme,
Wishing the Bamneu success and wide
spread circulation will close with
More Ano.v. :
New West School Rsport.
Tho Primary department of tho New
West School closed Wednesday p. m.
with an Ice-cream party. Prizes were
given for head master, and to'thoso that
excel in special branches.
Head marks arn as follows : .
Malcolm Gsddie 61
Jessie Evans 63
Douglass 8cally 62
Maggie Thurman 46
Stanley Gaddio 40
Arthur Roberts 34
Eugene Jtoberts 25
Alice Gilchrist 25 '
Maud Harrwood 24
Florence Ullchrlst 22
Frank Roberts 20
Darrow Lntt 13
Dean Stuart D
Lilly Gilchrist 8
Stanley Wlnea 7
Leon Stuart 6
Sam Wines 6
Zina Gilchrist chart.
Firstscholar in school ; Malcolm Gad
die. Second, scholar in cchool, Eugetie
Roberts. First in geography; Eugene
Roberts; Second in geography, Frank
Harrwood. First in arithmetic: Eu
geno Roberts. First In spelling Stanley
Gaddie had 29 weeks of perfect lessons.
Second, Maggio Thurman had 22 weeks
ol perfect lcwons. 3rd, Alice Gilchrist,
learning the multiplication table;
Douglas Scally ; Jessie Evans. Merit
First AIlco Gilchrist, second, Darrow
Lott. Most improvement in deport
mentFrank Roberts. Present overy
day during the year Douglas Scally.
Ada M. Hlggins, teacher of tbe Primary
i Christensen'a Gardens.
It is a pleasure to visit Mr .Ohristsu-
1 sen's place and ete the boautlful garden
helms laid out and is cultivating. He
has now about four acres planted in
i garden, Including many kinds of fruit.
His strawberries of which ho has one
and a half acres are just couingon.Tho
recent cold weather lias set them back
considerable but about 300 qts. have al
ready been picked, The Jersey Quoon
variety is tho best berry among the ten
to eighteen varieties in thejgarden.
Tho berries are tho' finest and largest we
have scon, some of tho largest last year
measured Sin. around. Most of this
year's picking havo boeu sold in Lohl
but be Is not suro of finding a market
here for all of them as ho says thoy will
probably last until tho fourth of July,
Anyone wUhing to seo touionico berries
should givo hiw a coll. The orchard
shows good prospects for an abundant
harvest of plums, peaehes otc. Tho
grapes also look promising and u boun
tiful bar vest is expected.
Wednesday was a general pay day
for business companies around hero,
Tho following firms paid their men on
that day : Sugar Co, ; Lehi Mill & Stock
Co.; E. II. Pye'r & Co., nnd John Beck. ,
What we Want.
WkMioht wrlto n vcrv largo nnd ex
tensive list of what Lchl should have.
There Is a splendid opening here for a
good restrauant and hotel. A good
bakery would be a paying hiinlncM
either In connection with, or separata
from the hotel. If souio live, onergctlu,
person would start some of these, ho
would soon liavo n paying business.
A good blacksmith might also II ml
plenty of work. Those hero sny they
havo moro work than they can possibly
do, in fact all working men can get
plenty to do. Wo ore informed the
Messrs, Cutler, Backer, and Wines are
going to erect a large business block on
Bomo property owned by them, located
on Stato St. Tho Pcoplo's Co-op. are
also going to erect a large planing mill
to run in connection with their lumber
yard. They are doiuga rushing business
now, and havo twenty-four men constant
ly employed. The new stock is being
taken rapidly by Salt Lake parties,
applications aro being received nearly
every day for large amounts.
The workmen at tho sugar factory
wom a broad smllo on Wednesday as
they ascended the steps to the olllco
and received their pay. Several clerks
were kept busy paying them the remu
neration for last month's 'work.
Pitovo again comes to tho front with
a grand musical festival to be held thero
on Juno tho 18th. It is to be led by
Miss Abblo Carrington supported bya
number of leading artists assisted by
tho Tabernacle Choir. It is a foregone
conclusion that it will bo well attended
for Utah Co. Is noted for its love of mu
sic. Col. Metz tho representative of
Brown Bro's. nnd Oregon city Mills of
Ban Francisco Cal. was in town Inst
week and took tho largest order for
clothing that has ever been taken in
this city which amounted to $2000. It
is said that Col. Metz draws tho prince
ly salary of $12,000 per year.
The Uttlo son ot Mr. Frank Rhodes
met with a sovero accident tbe other
day. It seems the Uttlo fellow was rid
ing a horso in the lot when the horse
ran under tho clothes line throwing
him violently to tho ground, dislocating
his wrist and breaking his arm between
tho wrist and olbow.
The initial number No. of The Bing
ham Bulletin came to our olllco this
week in tho shape of a six col. folio pre
senting a good appearance on tho face,
anb after hearing it talk awhile wo
came to the conclusion that it will sup
ply a long felt want in Bingham. It is
well gotten up and ably edited, you
have our best wishes Ed. .
Mon are at work driving a o1l near
tho east entrance ot tbe Sugar factory.
Tho machinery is being unloaded
from tho cars as fast as pos
sible but It takes somo time to Un
load some of tho ponderous articles.
A forco of mqn is kept busy at this work.
buildings must be started soon.
The peoplo of Lohl have cause to
mourn over th6 death of Mrs. Arminda
Ashton which occured on Wednesday
night at 0 o'clock. Sho has been sick
for some time and notwithstandinc tho
good medical attondanco she had to go1
8he was among tho first Bottlers of Ljhl
and has done much good among tho peo
ple hero and leaves bohind n host of
relations and friends to mourn her loss.
We understand that Provo musicians
under tho leadcrshlpof Pro. Giles intond
getting up a musical festival to como off
In July. Tho musical fraternity in Provo,
Fourth Ward havo completed an organ
ization nnd intend doing good work dur
ing tho coming summer. Wo are glad
to seo such an interest taken in music
and think great good will result from it.
But set Un a festival or a r.mtot In
which all musicians in the county may
tako part. This would bo a great stimu
lus and encourage all to do their very
best, thus preparing tho county to tako
an active part In the nrxf Territorial
Mr. 0. A Granger of the Utah Sugar
Factory and also of tho Lehi Banner.,
made us a pleasant call to-day. Ho re
ports the recent storm m having done
tho beet crop nn immenso amount of
gooo. in answer to our inquiry why
the boys who went from Payson to
work on tho Factory farm had quit
work ho explained "that thoy arrived
two or threo days before thoy wero ex
pected, nnd that the boarding house
not being completed, nor any nrrang
ment in this lino mado, they wero of
course 'placed nt a disadvantage, and
theboys became dissatisfied as a natural
consequence. Eighty hands are now
employed on tho grounds nnd every
thing is working lovely. Mr. Granger
bwi uuiui una aiieruoon, 1'ayion
There id n gang ojhoodluma in town
which it would bo well for tho police to
lopk after. Their actions aro such that
people aro disgusted with them. When
they injuro themselves only" it is not so
bad; but whon they Interfere, with
strangors who do not molest them, wo
think it is time somthlug was done.
Last Sunday night they gathered in a
large crowd nnd acted in a very dis
graceful and iingontlemnnly manner.
A young man(who is a recent arrival)
was set upon and treated in a most
shameful mahner by these young hood
looms. Ho is an unusually good temper
ed littlo fellow or someone might havo
We sincerely hopo that these persons
will take warning and cease such actions
before tho law la bioiight to b?ar upon
Tiikhk will bo ft meeting of tho Wo
rsens Suflrago Association on Monday
June 22nd in the Relief Society Hall.
Mrs. Kimball and other officers are ex
pected to bo prcuont and addreGS tho
meeting. All persons interested are
I Invited to attend,
The Grand Opening of the Utah Lake
The opening of tho Utah Lako Resort
nt American Fork lust Tuesday was a
grand affair. Thero was a large iittcnd
nnco; many slrnngers lieing present.
Tho Ileal Kslnto salo of tho Powell A
Ciishlng addition was a success. Tho
bidding was spirited and shnrp; 28 lots
were sold, nt prices ranging from (80 to
$300 each. Thu lots tire all 2oxlM feet,
and considering tho times tho prices nre
very good. Tho Sugar Factory was used
as the drawing card, but many people
present from abroad wero quito taken
up with tho valley. Among tho pro
minent outside buyers were L. E. Bam
berger, It. B. Whlttemorc, nnd J M.
Walker, of Salt Lake, nnd J. D. Caln'ol
St. Louis, W. H. Grant, Jas. Grant, Jas.
Preston, Jiro. Welsh, nnd L. A. Cham
plain wero among the hvWost homo
Auemca.v Fork for some time past
has been very Tree from crime. The
Marshall, eiuco he got his appointment,
has shown no partiality in the diecharge
of his duty towarjl offenders and has
a. second in his subordinate officer, Mr.
John Campbell which seem to have n
good effect on thoso disposed to commit
crime. There has not been a enso ol
any kind before tho court for two weckf.
Tiiehk wnsetaying at the Millar House
thiswsekthc following John Roberts,
CcJorado; W. II. Thomson, California;
James Sliocniakc, California; Robert
Allison, Salt Lakoj F. C. Snwin, Provo;
C. C. Callan, Provo j Judge Danny, Pay
son; Dr. Carson. Payson; C. II, Brim,
We understand that Messers Chad
wick & Hallsey have. secured tho con
tract for painting the Lehi City Hall.
They are recognized as nblo artists and
wo have no doubt but that they will do
tho work well.
Tueke were nt tho Bromley House :
Mr. and lira. Singleton, Provo; Mr.
Walker, Salt Lako; Mr. Williams, Den
ver, and threo other gentlemen.
Mb. WoitosTs building a (lnocottagu
which will bo completed In n few months
We understand that tho Peoples
party was dissohed nt American Forts
Several members of tho V. M. M. I. A.
met last night for the purpoo of organ
izing a male gleo club under the aus
pices of the association. Speeches wore
made by several present favoring thp
move. Mcssers J. L. Gibb,-John Smith
and Andrew FJeld wero nppolnted to
get a list of names of members. Any
one vishing to join such nn organiza
tion should give in their names to
either of these gentlemen.
Ogden, Juno 0. a young man by the
nainoof Ginges was drowned in Wclwr
river, near Uintah, on Sunday list.
His b?dy was found last oeniiig flail
ing it tho water about threo miles south
oi trie city ny a man tlshjng. Glng
was about 21 years old nnd has folks
living in Salt Lake, Coroner Allen
went to tho place whero tho body was
found nnd came into the city with it.
Pbovo, Juno 10. A meeting of the
reopirs party oi UlaliC'o. was held at
Trovolast night to consider the advisa
bility 'of disbanding. Speeches were
madoby W. H. Kiiis.WilliamBiuwiuiiul
J. B. MUncr favoring dissolution of the
old party, n resolution to thut effect
was introduced by J, 0. Graham nnd
carried, nnd the People's party in Utah
County is nun est. Salt Liko llt,t,hl.
A Srn-F northeily breese was blowing
on Monday afternoon, and us the
" Little Kate " motor pawed through
the uorth-easiteiii part of the cltj,
sparki wero blown a considerable di's
tinrc At nbout B:30 o'clock two
blazes appeared almost ijfinultaneousfy,
ono at a shed owned by Ciuorgo Mel
drum,. Jr. on Fourteenth ,ticet, Irc
tweenMnndNsticets, nnd the other
a block east, nt J. B, Bonnet's shed.
The Meldrura shcil wns destroyed, but
by means of buckets, nnd tho lire de
partment which arrived on the scene
inn few minutesmi adjoining small barn
was saved. Tho Ben net shedwas com
pletely destroyed Tho aggregate low
will not exceed $160. linqmrti:
On Sunday afternoon a small pnitj
left Juab, for Tiddw'ell's Laku, on pleas
ure bc,nt, nnd on their return on hand
cars met with nn accident. It f-ccmsthr
formost car contained tomo luJlen, cm.
of which got her clothing entangled in
some of the cogs, nnd was not distovcrcd
until Aho had been dragged from the car
which was at tho tlmo rounding n curve
and running ut a pretty high speed.
The car thereupon jumped the track
throwing Its occupants lu nil dlivctioiu.
All ot tho ladies wero somewhat injuied
but I trust not bcriouidy.
At Ncpbi tho Musical Novelty Co,,
who played nt Lehi a short time since,
got the benefit of somo freo ndxortising
in the shape of dodgers being sont to ull
tho business houses warning the people
to look out for tho nbovo company us
thoy wero frauds of tho first water. The
company, however, played to n pretty
fair house, notwithstanding. Tho com
pany above referred to gave u very fair
entertainment here, and wo hud no
cuuso to dub them frauds.)
The beets at Ncphl nre being injured
by a Bmall black bug very like n Ilea
and hops from plant to plant flenlikc.
Mokoni ha tho best slnnd of beets I
have sfen en-ravtt tho Prcsiwich Broi.
biiig particularly fine. No bu,;" en
I Mir Mr. Granger nnd Hurry Tim'
moushcro. I would wrlto more about
them, but they uro trying losing in tho
parlor, said singing being sir harmonious
that I cannot write, as Granger tings
terrible, nnd iTitnmons '"Imso" nnd
lerrlblu buso too Youre respectfully.
Mount Pleasant, Juno Oth iglU.
"W WWII I'MIIW WBgW
" "" function Joltings. " , ?
On Thlirsdny ns iho'Tintltt freight
wns busy switching, thoy IncmoVntaliy
bumped with considerable fpiro'ngninst
thu coaking car of, the: track-layers up-'
setting tho dinner nnd Injuring tho Imly
cook. Tho dinner wns injuied beyond
recovery; but it Is thought tho cook
will bo nround ngalu in n few dnyc.
Mn. Geo. Piiehtwicii cmployo of the
Union Pacific tnilrond who for the last
fifteen years has been wearing the coarse
jrniis on ii freight (ruin in promoted to n
passenger conductor, nnd Mill Wear n
film bhu uiilfOrin "with- liiass buttons.
Wo me happy to hear ol Mr. P'e. pro
motion. Tin: stock BkipmcMts on the I'. P. ate
very heavy ntpreeont, and it is said they
nre going to ship VOtLuiore head, from
Mil ford this week. BihIiivsh is increas
ing on the road. Tho ore shipments on
the U. L. .4 Y. aro increasing.- On ac
count of so much night business, nnd t-p
many trnins, n night operator has been
put on there.
On Monday evening, Juno Olh, Mr.
W. K. Ilutthing was taken very bad
with cramp in tho stomach mid wuslidd
up for somo time. Wo aro-pleased to
hear that he if now on tho iniprou'.
Tun locomotive onglmor, E. T. Black
of ensinc 33, has ngain resumed work
after 15 .days lay-off. Glad to see him
nt his post once more,
Home of tho city ordinances nro not
oboyed out here; especially the curfew'
law, no one appears to tnko nny notice
New kteel rolls lina bien laid on the
point of mountain nnd U n grcnt im
provmint. A vor.cr. of men uro nw engaged lay
ing mils on the switches in the yard.
I;M Junction Juno 10. 01.
On Wednesday as ono of tho pninlers
was preparing t paint the top of the su
gar factory ho met with a bad noclilcnt.'
He vet the ladder on tho welpulnt n the
roof and mounted It when it pllppcll
throning him on the roof spraining his
left w rist and left ankle nearly paralyzing
bin left side. Ho wis takn homo and ic
Manv n firm that never gnvo audi i.n
expenditure M-rious thought n few yenrii
ago, now counts its Nowepapor Adv'ef
tisii.g appropriation us ono of tho moist
necessary (and most profitable) outlays.
'Is there n hint
hero for you?
"Can the character le re-ad from fhe
hnndwrlting?" Most nnurcdly it ran,
Everyoie can rcmombor being
infiutuiced favorably or unfavorably
by the penmanship of same
unknown person, and has been awonis
hod to find Imw true the conoluilons
wero, anfl some of tho world'o loiemost
thinkw have irtaliituinal .that tho
handwriting l n more npt Vny.to th
Timntcw trrtn-Ttie head, face, or form.
Character-rendingfroiii handwriting ix n
fascinating study; and If ou- uUli to
learn all about it you must rend tho ox
cdlcnl mid profusely illustrated nrliolee,
"How to Head Chnructti by Handwrit
ing," by IVof. Nelson Tl orp'e, publish!
u iiiv .nny llumutT Oi WEMORESIvf
Kami. i MioiiisK, and joo will be eilU
more intrrfsttcd in the ml.jeU. Ju tlie
s true number is n splendid article n
"Chili, "uhliti is particulaily u;iu,
at present;" Foes nflcld; Plants Poison
ous to the Stomach" is quite db m'iisou
able, nnd everyone can recoghl'zo the
plant hum the unuialb illustititiuns;
in Summer Outdoor Games; Lawn
IViuiig, BudtuinUw, Oolow," "thoy nre
so cleaily dwn ibed mill illuotiAtod thin
tho veilett novice can lenrn how to pi,
them without other Instruction; ami
tint amateur chliiu-palnUr may rlnl the
piofcsaional by following the directions
given in "The Use of 5Inlt Colors."
lleilde there art stuiics and pooms liud
ocr 200 illustrations, Including nu
purb wnter-color, n French atiimr
study uudei tho Kinplre, nnd tho nu.
morons dcpaitinkiili nre full to over
Honing with valuable matter, Jlrlefly,
this numder fullv Maintains Hit Jus'tTv
earned pitlgo of lielnjf the Model
Fumily Magazine, and it is published
foi $2,ici .-nr by W. Jenm.nos Dsho
test, loEust 14th Pi.,Neh Voiiii.
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