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I PRODUCE MARKET.
I Slight Frost Visits Sev-
I eral Localities.
I WHEAT AND CORN DECLINING,
Demand for Oats, GodJ, Hut I'ri-
I u ces a Little Weaker.
Rf1 During tlio Inst week several localities
of our tcrr'lory liavo been Msitctl with
B ' hligliTtroBts, ImfSnur wo liavo not
lieanl of nuy nmterinl (liunnge l)elng
done to the mnnll fruits, otlicrwiao llio
t eatlicr lias Ikjcii nil tlint rotikl Imj ile-
E plrcil, 1ml trmlo in ninny linen la not ns
licavy ns it was nt tlio conimenceinent
n( Hie month. All lines seems to have
mi nvcrngu trmlc, with no complaint
' from any quarter. Very Haltering re-
porta nrrio from tlio Hiirromiilini; inin
Inj; sections, ami more jiaiticularly from
IK'cn Creek, from whence they unite
ctcryilay. At present tlicto arc strong
Intllcitlonx of the njniliratc iiulelsly
moving in the matter of hnilillng n mil
way from Salt l.alco to the Deep Cicek
iiiIiich; also from Spriligtillo toTuitii.
This will give a market toour merchants
for n largo amount of our surplus
during the coming fall, anil labor w ill be
in big demand. Farmers from all parti
of tho territory report tho crops in
excellent condition. Our railroads have
incrcapcd their import trade about two
hundred and filty earn, per week within
tho last eixty ilnjB, having nil they ran
do to handle cars with their present
Wheat. Decline in prices has been
noted from time to time with tho pros-
pects of euch excollent crops; oflerinps
arc far moro freely made at 75 to 77
cents per bushel, carlo!, bulk, track
Corn. Declino has nlso taken place
on EnBtern corn. It is being offered far
g more freely thin at anytime during tlda
jv year. Triien have declined to $1 () for
E whole corn, Backed, nnd fl.tlft to 41.70
P f'ir cracked goods.
fc O.Uh. The demand for thin article
Kl still hnldi good, but prices are not nuito
" " ns iirnTaMhcy" wero last week, n'r.d In
one or two instances n decline lias taken
place, but whether it Is dono an a feeler
or whither it Ih a permanent one, we do
jiot Know nt prcH'iit. OfTerlngR for
Utah's have been mado nt 2.1fi to (2.20,
while eastern aro offered at 12.05 and
2,10, track city.
Hay The market in still nvetstocltcd
with hay. Dealers nro unloading nnd
buying tery sparingly, especially with
alfal.i, for which thero is hardly any
demand, being quoted from $7.M) to (8
per ton, baled, timothy from 412.50 to
13 and wild hay from $( to (10.
l'oultrj There is hardly any demand
for drCBsed poultry (old stocU). Spring
chicks and joiing turkeys are bringing
good prices. Old birds nieolleied from
$11 to X per dozen, tthllo springs are
oirered from to (5 per dozen, and
young tuikejs from 8 to $12.
Vegctahles Potatoes aro still arriving
in ear loin finin Cnllfornl.i. OMerings
are mado from to 1.25.
Fruit. Oranges aro now looked upon
ns almost a stnplo article, with tery
llttlo tluetuation in prices. All Import
ation of small fruit lias been slopped
dining tho iMJt week witli the exception
of cliorrics, an Utah strawberries, etc.,
havobcen airiving in tlio market in
gixxl shape. Offeringa aro mado on
eliiirics at to 41.25. Strawberries
have declined fiom 42.5(1 to 41.50 and
41 76 per case Si( ImU price Current.
Ucct Sugar Bounties.
VWocllp tho following fiom tho Halt
gi Oiualll lice
" Tho progress of beet sugar production
abroad under the stimulus of lilieral
bouiities,,is tho Biibjeet of n recent
7 .. -j rejrrirTnrtiio stato department by ono of
-rfur consuls. It in Interesting nB nn
ilhiilrntion sl tt bat may bo accomplished
by rcabouablo govtrnmciit encourage
pienl of uii Industiy in whicli nil chiSseB
(if tho penplu aro concerned, and ro
fcrunio to it Is timely In tiew of attacks
on the sugar bounty law of tlio last con
grew. It appears that in thSO the beet
sugar production rf tho world was
1,771,0(10 tons and tivn years later it
had increased to 2,540,000 tons, exceed
ing tlio production of enno sugar. Last
year theio waa produced of licet sugar
a.SOO.OOO tons, moro than double the
amount of iane sugai, and Kuropcan
fouutries paid 1kiuIIcs as follows
I ranee. H7.000.000; Hermany, 41(1,000,-
000; AuBtro-llungiryi 45,000,KIO, and
At the present it looks as if tlie lieet
sugar industry in the West ttotill be n
somcoof great piollt to farmers nnd
Factory men, Train loads of machiii
ciy are being brought to this country
from tho old world, and the snuggling
farmers Loing enthused with the hope
that better ilnjg aro soon to dawn
upon them. Chicago Critcron.
All tho mai'lilnory for tho I.ohl Pugar
I'm lory is being mado by the Kilby
Mf Co. of Clot eland O. which by tho
way, U the flist machinery of tho kind
ever manufactured In the United States,
liieat pains aro being taken in every
detail to mako tho factory t! Illicit
Hint can possibly bo put up.
A child Has a Narrow Escape From
Drowning, Rain, Politics and Fish.
A child of Joseph Clark of tho Third
ward, I'rovo, had a narrow escape from
drowning on Sunday afternoon. The
little ono had fallen into tho creek that
fronts his placo and but for tho timely
assistance of an older brother would
I'rovo received a bath from tho skies
last night that will relievo all needs for
irrigating foi ono week nt least. Etcry
tbing looks lovely and green and wo aro
indeed entitled to the beautiful title
of the "Oardcn C.'y."
Tlio V.nijuirtr has gone Ucpublican
and the stockholders aro trying to
secure alt tho Democratic stock in the
concern, all of which is rapidly parted
A prominent citizen is around town
securing stockholders in the Democratic
morning daily to be established In I'rovo.
The healthy looking list Insures success
in tho tuidci taking. Tho Ditpalch will
likely lie purchased by tho new company
anil operations looking to n daily issue
will be inaugurated immediately.
Tlio restraining fish and gatno law
taken oil llshcrmcn to-day is evident by
tlio number of persons engaged inviting
tho lliiny tribes by the tempting bait.
THEY TOOK LAUDANUM
Christopher Madsen of Mantl, Dies
His wife Recovers.
Christopher Mndncn, of Mantl, com
mitted suicide by taking an overdose of
laudanum Saturday. Ho has been u
soldier In tho Danish army nnd was
wounded setcral times. It is bclioved
that his reason was affected in some
way, as for years he was tery vollcnt,
attacking tlioso whom ho thought were
injuiinghlm, in a very passionato man
ner. Ho had been lined for assault a
number of times, the last being on Wed
neadey when lie was lined 460 for otrik
lugaboy with n shovel. His wife is
mid to liavo lalcn'a dose of laudunnm
alto, but did not get a sufficient quan
tity to prove fatal. Salt Lako Htrald.
Two Snlnlltrt Run Down.
I'rovo, June 17. On Friday, tho 12th
inst., a man giving tho namo of J. C.
Moore, in connection with a partner,
arrived at Price station, Kmery county,
via tlio I). & II. G. railway, One of the
men, ns t-oon no tho Emery County
bank opened, presented a check on tho
Utah Commercial it Saving bank.
Tho check was made payable to J. C.
Mooro nnd wns signed "T. W. Dyer,"
nnd called for M. Tho check was
paid nnd lioth men skipped
out. Tho bank telegraphed Salt Lako
nnd received nn aiiBwer that tho check
wns not good. Sheriff, Fowler happen
ed to bo in Prico and went to work on
tho case. At Urand Junction both
were arrested and 4130 recovered. The
men were brought back lo Price, wliero
one of them mado n break for liberty.
Itefoie tho Sheriff could got tlio remain
ing fellow in irons again ho got into tlio
brush out of sight. Then camo n most
exciting chase, but the follow was du
ally found. Salt Lako 7t'mri.
The Salt Lake city councilmen who
hate been so long kept out of their seats
hnto at last obtained their rights.
Tnr. business failures occurlng
throughout tho country during tho last
seven days, as reported to H. (i. Dunn
.t Co., The Mcrcantllo Agency, by tele
graph, number, for tho United States,
210, nml for Cnnado, 25, or n total of 24 1
as compared with 217 Inst week, and
221 tho week previous to tho last. For
tlio corresponding ttcek of lust year tho
llgures were 212, representing 105 fail
ures in tlio United State, and 17 in the
Dominion of Canada.
IJkiink.Juiio 15. A bornblo accident
occurred on the Mocuchcn. Stein A
liasle rn'lroad yesteidny through tho
collapse of a bridge beneath n heavily
loaded excursion train crowded with
pcopio on uiair way 10 aucuu me inut
leal (etc. Over 100 persons wcro killed
outright, while hundreds wcro injured.
Two engines and first car plunged
into the river and all tho passengers in
the car wcro drowned. Two cars re
mained suspended from tho bridge.
All tho trainmen wcro killed. Thirteen
cars were saved.
Tlio bridge was nn iron skeleton
structure, whicli was considered well
built nnd substantial. The only appar
ent reason for tho collapso of the bridgo
is that the train left tho rails and threw
its cntlro weight Qu one sldo of tho
Thp scenes witnessed, (n Bailo to-vay
were heartrending when tho bodies of
a large number of tlio victims wero
taken thero by tho sorrowing lelatlves
for representatives of tho majority of
tlio best families of Halo were among
tho killed mid injured. Sovcral fnuiilios
woro practically ttiptil entirely out of
existence by the disaster the full extent
of which is not known oven nt this hour.
Halo is now the scene of bitter deso
lation nnd mourning. Nearly every
family in tho city may bo said to havo
i been touched by Iho calamity, for thoso
i families who havo not actually lost ono
ol their members have deni friends or
' acquaintances cither among the dead
, or among those who are mourning the
loss of relatives.
THEY WILL STEP OUT.
The Ousted Six Accept the Edict
of the Court.
Councilman Colin was seen by n
Htrald reporter last evening and when
aeked what he and his four associates
exclusive of Mr. Tembroke, intended to
do in regard to the decision against
them rendered by tho supreme court a
fow days ago, he replied , "wo intend to
step out, that is all. Tho court has suld
that wero not legally elected and that
ends It. Wo shall not appear In tho
council again, and I ouppoao that our
ucccssors will at once qualify. We
have notified Mayor Scott wo do not ex
pect to appear in tho council again."
Mr Frank Milton Driggs son of 11. W
Driggs, of Pleasant Grove, who has been
a normal student at the Dcaorct univer
sity tlio last two years, has been proff
ered a situation as ono of tho teachers
In tho deal mute departments of that
institution. Mr Driggs Una accepted
tho offer and has also been appointed
foreman of tho printing establishment.
Tho young man has acted as supervisor
of the mutes nnd in that capacity ban
acquired a knowledge of the Fcicnco in
addition to his other studies, all of
which ho has pawed very successfully,
We congrntulato Mr. Driggs on his
achievement. Pall Lake Jl-rahl
Tun marriage ceremony between Ebo
nezer W. Taylor, son of ex-Mayor Tay
lor, nnd Rebecca Southwick, youngest
daughter of Win. and Martha Southwick
took placo nt tho houso of the brido's
parents on Friday evening, Juno 12th
The ceremony that mado them man nnd
wife was performed by IMshop T. it.
Cutler. Owing to tlio recent bereave
ment in tlio family of tlio groom, only
their nearest relatives were invited, but
a very nice and sociable time was spent.
Tho bishop and wife, also his councilor
Win. Clark and wife stoyed, for some
timo to help out Iho enjoyment in
which they took n hearty part. Many
good and useful presents were git en the
happy pair, amongst the most valuablo
were a linndsomo bedroom set, table
service, spoons, knives and forks
Hnd many other nrticles too nunie
rousto mention. Tho IUnnlk joins with
their fni'iida in wishing them surcctH
nnd happiness on their voyage of life.
Resolutions of Respect.
Itcsolutions of respect to tho memory
of Sister Aramita Asliton, who departed
this life Wednesday June 10th 1801.
Whereas; Our Heavenly Father has
in His infinite wisdom removed from
our midst our Kdoved sister Aramita
Lawrenco Asliton, nnd whereas; hei
faithful labois as a teacher in tlio Helief
Society nnd Sabbath school, nlso the
Interest sho manlfoBtcd in the Young
Peoplo's Associations both by her pre
sence, and wifo counsel, mako it fitting
that we record our appreciation of her;
therefore, be it
Hesolvcd ; That wo the officers and
members of tho Lohi Helief Society do
mourn her lo38, realizing that wo hatf
lost a noblo nnd benevolent sister. Uer
heart bcingnlways willing, nnd her hnnd
icady to help the poor nnd comfort the
sick and nfllictcd.
Hesolvcd ; That wo tender our heart
felt sympathy to her bereaved husband
and children, her aged mother and her
sisters in their great affliction.
Resolved ; Tliat u copy of these re
solutions bo placed on the Records of
the Relief Society, and n copy bo sent
to tho bereaved family, tho Woman's
Viyone nt and The Leih Banner.
5Mns. M. A. Siandiiino.
Mrs. Katk. Ai.i.ncn.
Mrs. Sarah Evans.
In behalf of tho Lehi Helief Society,
June 16th '01.
An epidemic of Hinall-pox is feared in
There has been no rain in Sandwich
Islands for soteu months.
The gold premium in luenos Ayres
reached 301 per icnt.
The M. I, A. Male Glee Club
Sever ti. of our musically inclined
young men met last Sunday night and
organized themselves into it inalo glee
club under tho auspices of the Y. M. M.
LA. Tlio following officers wero elect
ed Andiow Fjeld Pres. John Smith Vice
Pres. James M. Klrklium Sec. and Treas.
J. L 'iihb musical director; John
Smith -Jst. director. They hate al
ready began practising nnd intend to
keep on and strive for perfection. There
aro about twenty members in tho organ
ization most of them being music read
ers. We wish them success in their new
Tlio American Fork Iindtptmlint says
General Superintendent Hancroft and
Division Superintendent Corwin of the
Union l'aclfio railroad passed through
our city Monday on an inspection tour.
It U intimated that tho gentlemen are
looking for n site for n now depot to bo
built here. The old depot wouldn't
mnko a rcspectablo coal shed, anyway.
Tho U. G. W. Is now laid to christian
burg. A new set of charcoal kilns nre to bo
built by B. 8. Jones, noar Price.
Itoger Opcnshatv has been nrrested
at I'rovo on charges of adultry and un
lawful cohabitation, indictments iiate
been found by the last grand jury.
Salt Lako Time.
llrhlnil Dm "It","
-?J.-.ney (to lier cousin Mom the ntv)
Can you climb trot?,5r,
Mntid.' Ulrt visit t count rv In
pained nurpilse) 1IiVBT;'J-ou nn i-b-vntor?
' l.lr liBf
"Do you believe" cmrufctors earned
"Hnlhcrntionl WhotRAVh d iH
you uslc If they carrkHkctlmnk . ,
lMncatluiial jiHHE I
First Yale Mnn-'-llaiEUgu.'t m
cured u fossil tea thotttBSKtild.
Second Yale Man 'HKfer.ivn .
hhlp has It bocu iippoinHglry.
McLush Yi-., I wcjnovotflTwIifild
boozy, nnd the bosa ilwRhar, 1 1
Jiggs- No doubt he flrvl vmi he ali-o
you were loaded. N.Jt pH''
It fiirnt l'ii?friM..
uolley-Ilallo! Tlfctt's .Mlss Hoxv1
She's nltvoy turnlnrr i5.
Uttzzam She can't liljlp it. ymi lui"W
She merely follows hoAnoSe - Jur
'Ilie 1 lrt )jj.t!oii.
Fat Lady You mlvOnlso that you re
duce people? mi
Quack Doctor WeKlo, madam, nre
you very wealthy? gfr Spirit.
"Do the nihil Wh tvimt to treat with
the car?"' Wt.
"Yen. And It's their trent. They
want to blow him offjg? Puck
Wife DoyoutlitljjTOie ''.ilij's cries
nro arouklng tho Ilo!lylbl''.,
Husband No, I tluffii the neighbors
nre nlready nroused.lfnfeht
It tl'avi't 'InM'lj.
Wife Why, John, yjtr vriiteh-pochrt
Stiukki.h wero convicted of cnusniraet
and riot nt UnlontownjB'j
Sinu Si.so prison wiisoven'towdedand
the wardciisent fifty coin lets lo Auburn.
The iildcrnicn of Conibrldgc, Mass ,
refuso liquor licenses itou fp drugglls.
Lieutenant Peary's? (Soith Gieenlniid
oxpeditiou has leachcetBt'urtli Sidney In
Three while men who. were piddling
whisky in tho S.io rHui'.I'ox countrt,
have been killed by tirJlndlaus.
Housed, i hurches, arid n'ioTtloii of n
forest weio swept RMBjfavJiid t people
killed and t oundcdffivJCTVimjcanc in
The Hutslaii Czar hag prcserifcHlPi.ui
ford University with n complete" collec
tion of Russian and Sibeii.iu minerals
Rev. C II. GihtsoN, pastor of a
church in (joiners, Conn., for tliirtt
yearn, has sued for n dltoire from n
young second wife.
There will bo a meeting of the Wo
mens Suffrage Association on Monday
Juno 22nd n the Relief Society Unll.
MrB. Kimball and other officers nre ex
pected to be present and address the
meeting. All peisons interested are
invited (o attend.
I Advertise in llic "BANNER."
I Don'l but l guess I'll Have lo.
In tho Juil'.co'i Court of Uht City, UUh County
Territory ot I'tih. , ,
Ueftra Alfonio M Dims Juitlce ot III i l'nro
Lthl Uly I'loliitllt 1
vi, lleiunikil Oo tlftiu-ite
John Hot, ie'nilnt ' . . ,
lojuhu Poo )iOM ntuiit) In ullii'iUu nn
You mi) lioirtiy ifiuoile.l to apimi IjoIhK'
thIil'oittt.oiillHKliliilior June A I'. I'-U. "t
too'' I oo Vp in.otiaM iur loumucr i ""
plaint fl'od li"l )'"" wlieroiii nmt .uulitl
clKliuitha iiin'.n('i0cutii1m(o. nlloiM In Ij
owluu and '! troiu )n to rinnlin lor J mini aw
ilono or thu fulloariiic lrlloJ anliusli to Wit
Ono llnck miller e nw 1 or 8 ii ol.l. i. up oil
letiur. no IiiiiJ tl'iulc, ilio ono clnLril
calf, no markior liramli
Aodiou aro hereby notlflsit that II ion lull to
aniear andamner nalil rom plaint at Iba lima
ami placo aforMil'l JiKliteiueiit will La lakell
a a I li r t too for (.tOcaatitlian nnuiiloralitilaiii
aje . the coit of atepUif laM animal nn J h ml,
nirtn unjer my hand tbli 1Mb day Juno. A. U
A1.PIIO.NZO H. DAVIS.
Voiu ii, iiiic ,nnl wc will bciul you
a vjiupli toi if (hi ' H.uiner"
and tti ,m uu- von will want to
WVtillfiiffT? Sof9' rriT'i FosIUts
flVe t fiilml?! "" A" lifiottnc: Ut
kVT.Ii'ilUnC 't ". Hcnlml
SJ&XnttntfsS&lfiz LifHalont, Spermatorrhea,
.Dial l9 Ihftfflli teroouintlt,8ttDliUuit.
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nrl tin sift'rs niti tiarrlcii rati funtlh ywt ih m
ii mi Ml aiitir d j-Htj M'IK. tl?llaltll hw tuf
IiiOmathHi lltEK. 'l'Illl:V .. AUilSf. Mil.L.
ftJrfc rTnnT "M In rrr
.t yoi7i.VAi.jo: torLKiSEfts.
U lusil e tli tut it! Cftntta difi if utt
citli, til ti tit rtrrtiuUtlri linntl-tki tnli
Mit tf Amitl: tttiitluti. It hlltitu t tit
ttii(iitiuil tlTtrtliir low, utiB, tl vbm li
unit ilitr'.lii 1 low ti writs ilnrtlienut 1 tc
t) H11U7 est; ttJt tiiripipiri t mi; in sua
Bitty It if ill la f:l, llicoaitu ct ttiry relet
lilt liilti c( trcStitli diutiiilia. AlTitt!i(:j Ii
19 lit iiictttei ty siiy 1st ttdititeol ty fiw. Tti
ctlaclin cf rimiESS' 1UI iclmtiil It, ill
tbi'.p iltl:i It tml to 11 tijdltf.i ef eiri tin
ttty.lri yiin la rlt:li; ilnrtlilt ctttncti fir
siiuy (f tti Uif tit tl meit inccmfal iltcrt'.itn.
X yctr'i in.ti:ilrtloa e:iti tat Oct tjllit 1 aimilt
JWJll CEO. P. POWELL A CO.,
fr 10 pnita St , New YitV.
II. HAMMERS STABLES
TOWN Kltl.KillT AND P.XI'UKSS
IKANSl'EK FROM ALL 1IIA1NS.
KlltST-CI.AKS I.IVUUY IttUS
iOOI)S.liI)I.r. IIOItSUH .
Sl.NCil.K AM) DOt'IJU: lllOP,
1'iiniislieil on Slioit Nulice. Prices Low.
HAY AND GRAIN
IIOltBKS llOAHlilvD I1Y DAY OU
HTtni.i: ni:i to coenr noi'sn.
MAIN STItKUT, - I.KHI.
nOOTIl 6c WILSON,
21 N.J. St. l'roiol'Uj, 1't.ih.
mii fotiir tminiMiio t t:ni'ri
lllllll tlltllllll I Will Hill 1 1) 1 ill t.vi-
L.chi, - - aJinh.
hirs. U.iB. GfntV, Prop.
Mais St. Next door lo Hold
1 inesl CouKetionerv nnd Clmiunt l'i-
ihh connlanllv 011 hand,
lineal ll'K CKi: M in thi't'lly. Mao
I'ruiU, NiiIh, I'itfH, l'"ie.
TrjJ Uits Sail Lnkc
BAKERY & COSFECTIOSEHY,
l'i, .( Jiiur Y"i ) Villi Unit.
Best Ice Cicam and Fancy
DltlNKS Ol' Al.li K1NIIH.
VI.SO, I.l'NCllIIS AND M11AI.S AT
ir. ir. 11 hown, 'k.ji. .:. vr.iu
1-. 11. Wll.MOS. i' i:vans.
Opposite Leiii Court House
MtNi 1 ti rt'iiriiH n nn. ('imiustiii'S
1'OR HUDS, l.OUNGMS, liTC.
Springs iilncml 011 lkslsttnda fur Trial.
Cnn llll tnoial owleni for nuy Slw or
fltylt) of Beds LoiingfS, VAv.
f ' p P p P H
1 las a ('oinplctc slock of
Dry Goods, Groceries, Stoves Ran- -
ges, and Heaters. H
Tlie newest and best line of Clolhii
Newest & Largest Stock of "Wall-paper. M
Farm Implomentsi Wap. and Machines. M
And ngtccs to sell as Cheap (or Casli ns any oilier firm irrespective ot H
any bargains offered H
FioWer pois li Great: Vapieig- H
BpOfflLEY f-10BSE . I
First-Class Accoiiuiiodalion at Moderate Prices.
KVlIRYTHlNtl Nl'.U' AND Cl.i;N. TAI1I.F. ITNHPUl'ASsni). M
Co-op, Wagon & Machine Co, I
Leading IflppleBjieijlpealaps. H
Branch Houses and Apcise all over the Tcrrlfory ;
General office S. L. City. M
CO TO THE LEHI BAUER SHOP,
For n good clean shave, and done
by one of I.clii's born boys.
Prices low and First Class Work
No Waiting for Shaves. Plen
ty of help. '
Two doom West of City Hall, Main N.
CO 'TO II. C. COMER
I'Oll YOUIl ICE CIIKAM,
f-OIU-WATLIt, UIMONAlii:, CAN
I)li:s, NUTS, CKiAltS,
AD ON Sl'NDAY,
1 lllocli Koith of Tajlor's llhiclisniilli
Mrs. Harriet Wilson's
LATKST STVl.f.S OK 1.ADIKS ND
ClIIId)lli:N'H HATS Jl'hT
t lilll '11 a
1 am hl'IUiik wlint U left u(
hj Last Month's Stock at Cost
comi: and ur.T A
oiTosnr, tui; i'Ouht uocsi:. I
l.uii Citv, - Utiii.
The Filler House,
The Hcst and Cheapest Hotel in
American Voik. Give ns a
trial and be convinced.
Amorlcnn Fork, Utah Co.,Ut;ih
JOHN R. PETERSON
IIOUHH AND HKiN PAlNTKll,
m.i. wouu (lint nti:i:d. l'ltici:
Inn, .... I'rvil
IIi.kiis, Wills, and all kinui
or I'mmm: IH'biNKBH Akindkii
0.N15 1UJ0OK BAST OK lUssfit Oruej;
Leiii, - - - Uiaji.
Mrs. Harriet Jacobs
MAS ON HAND M
A Sl'l.l'NDIJ), M
LINK OF M1LLINMRV. M
ALL THIS LATliST M
STYL1SS AND H
At llic Very Lowest Price. H
PRANCIS SALZNER I
Cnrpeiflcr, ptiihlcr M
COIS! '.I 'IX A OTOE. H
Msliiiuilcs Biiulc on Application H
ALL WORK GUARANTEED M
Lclii, m m HJVnii. H
11 OiJJAUM V'S H
Croccrv and Dry Coods Store.
If yon want anything cheap and H
of the bebt quality you cannot do M
better than to buy of 11. H
Wc have alw'ays on hand a fine M
selection of M
press Goods M
lie sure to call on us ulOn in town H
j Ami.khn 1'iiuK,' Utah. H
- - - UTAH. H
THE PEOPLE OF LEHI I
Artist and Decorator,
IS I'RI'.I'AKLI) TO M
DO ALL WORK M
IN1 RUSTED TO H
HIS CARE IN
l'IRSI-CLASS STYLE. 1