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OuainMM HAurritf'i I/tt*r. Chftiiman William F. Harrity, of the Democratic National Committee, has received a number of inquiries as whether he intended to call a meet tism early date ! to ing of the committee at an to decide whether a National Conven tion should be called to take action ; that on the monev question. In order to relieve the minds of gnx.ous Demo- my ais with regard to the matter.be bed has written the following open letter: it, Philadelphia June 6 —I do not ex- an intend to call a meeting of One pect or the Democratic National Committee : It until next winter, when the time and and place for holding the Democratic Ns- tee. tional Convention of 1S96, unless I ; shall be requested to do so by the re» j quisite number of the National Com mittee. I do not believe there Is any | necessity for a Convention at present: the contrary, I am of the opinion that to call one now would be harm ful to the business interests of the country and prejudicial to the welfare of the Democratic party. William F. Barr itt. i i "I for i on ; Chairman National Committee. ! -A t ; ! and . The Tara In the Tide. Under this heading Brad streets, in its last iasne. prints a Uble which presents the recent industrial revival ' In this table. in a striking manner, which is the result of special investi cation br that paper. 75 Citie3 east of 6 J , the Rocky Mountains are covered, i these points being separated into three | divisions. The most important com- ! prises the leading points in the East and Middle states. In that re I gion 87 industrial esubi.sbments have started n? since April 1 this year, giv ing work U» 30,000 employes. The Western and Northwestern division, . , , , . covering the places from Cleveland to j . o* r • .. . Denver and from St. Louis north to, _ — , . . , . SL Paul, shows resumption of work in . . • , . , i 90 establishments, which give employ- I ^ ... , t O I ment to 21,000 people. In tbe south , . . ; and Southwest DU establishments giv . . . „ . . ! ing work to 2,400 persons having . , I Started. j Thus 227 mills and factories idle previously have resumed work io the piast two mouths, giving employment to 53.000 persons. This is a highly encouraging exhibit Another part of the table shows that 140,000 persons at the points in tbe Eastern and Mid dle state division have bad their wag es advanced, voluntarily in most in stances, since April 1, 28,000 in the Western region, and 10,000 in the ! 1 Here is marked evidence of the ill- 1 . I dustnal improvement of the past two I months, and this change, Of course, is ! a ... . . . , , reflected in the entire business world. Tbe stock and grain markets are stronger, railroad earnings are increas ing and bank clearings are getting close to the highest figures of the most prosperous times of the past. In all branches of trade the highest figures of 1894 are left far behind. The Treasury situation, too, improves with the general business revival. Govern, ment revenues continue below the ex penditures, but tbe monthly shortage is declining. Probably they will dis appear altogether before congress meets. All the Indications point to a continuous advance in all the more em . ! Booth, or 178,000 in all. important lines of trade. Nothing like a boom, however, is in sight The improvement is slow, hut it is more ! solid and permanent on that account. It is the rapid advances, those which start wild speculation and establish fictitious values, that are apt to be de lusive.—Globe Democrat. Not ice--Desert Entry. Land Office at Blackfoot. Idaho.» May 10th, 1806. f Notioe le hereby given that Lara Christensen for the heirs of Mary K. Christensen deceased, of Gentile Valley, Bannock County. Idaho hRS filed notioe of Intention to make proof on his desert land claim No. 1519, for the nii ne 1 * and »6!» uw4 Section 29, Township 10 south Range 40 east, before the Register and Receiver at Blackfoot. Idaho, on Wednesday June 26. 1*15. He names the following witnesses to prove the complet» Irrigation and reclamation of wlubS' HaStoîtowito"?i "iHh ft: tile Valley. Idaho. j j John G. Brown, Register. Desert Land, Final Proof.-Notice for Pnhlication. United State« Land Office. I Blackfoot. Idaho. June 11th, 1895 1 Notioe is hereby given tbatOeorge Hartman of Blackfoot, Idaho, has filed notice of Inten tion to make proof on his Desert-Land Claim No. 1475, fortheN'4of NE4 See. 33, S4 8K4 Section 28. Si* SW4 gee. 27, W4 NW4 Seo. 84 Township I South, Range 37 East, before Reg ister and Receiver at lilackloot, Idaho, on Monday, tbe 22tb day of July, 1896. He names the following witnesses to prove the oomplet* irrigation and reclamation of •aid land ; Nils Thompson, Milan D. Andrus, Frederick : güLf "•w- « "« * ; öiaoXTOOt , JopO B ^.*,Regl.ter. I X RtouurfcaMf Care ef Bheamatl*». Westminster, Cal., March 21,1894. Some time ago, on awakening one morning. I found that I had rheuma tism tn my knee so badly that, as I remarked to my wife, it would be im possible for me to a'.tend to business that day. Remembering that 1 had some of Chamberlains Pain Balm in my store, 1 sent for a bottle, and rub bed the afflicted parts thoroughly with it, according to directions, and within hour I was completely relieved. an One application had done the business. It is the best liniment on the market, and I sell it under a positive guaran tee. R T. Harris. For sale by all druggists. W. G C. Pitt, manager of ''The Voice of Labor," San Francisco, says: "I have used Parks' Tea in mv family for some time. It has uo equal for liver trouble or billiousness." Sold by Hull & Greene. WARRANT CALL. COrNTT tbeascrrk s office, Bucxioot, Binrham Co., Idah->. May is, 1SS6 votice u hereby siren that the foiiowtn* -A Binrfaam County Warrant* will be paid upon présenta tion with intere« thereon to date if presented within sixty fSOi day* from ; date of this notice. Intere« will cease from ! and after this date. warren« re * 1 l t *, , ^ a) A i ^ l l l u 1 ^' ï h e : 1W6 - Numbwl boad fcnd or road a bridge fund : ' Warrant« registered Nov. 30th. law. Numbers IffltoU* inclusive. GENERAL FUND : Warrant*re«ist«red JmlM* . MR. Number. Warrant* re*l«tered April tith. UBS, Number* li to S4 lnctu»ire ( i | G. G. Wright. Tren*urer of Bingham County. 35 3 Dellnqmt Notice. I Blackfoot Irrigation Company, a oorporaMon. *"*'"*■ «SSSÏÏÎÎ^ xS££iïZl &'^USK* the respective «tookbolder* as follow» : Cert. No. Shar. No. Amt. John m. Sheridan... to. 10 . B5«) Hobt H Hopkins Dan Cavanaugh its Net» Johnson. . Joseph a Beenr i Martha A Million .136 I And in accordance with the law and the or I der oT the Board of Trustee* of the corpo .ion made on thesald 2d day of April. 1*95. ; many shares of each parcel of stock a* may b* „ecesnary will he soldât public auction at the ! principle office of the Company, cormrof Ea*t Slain and Idaho «recta. Blackfoot. Bingham I county.Idaho, at 3 o'clock p m on Saturday j the »th day of June, 1896, to pay the deltnouem Ä& tbeoo * t °' * dvert ' sin,f 80,5 eX ' J0HN Bi^f^frrigau^ComS'ny. Blackfoot, Idano, May 24th, 1*6. ! » Tlew to 'he cancellation °f said entry, oon 1 testant alleging that saidentryman ha* not ir rigated nor reclaimed any portion of said tract 1 »or cauaed the same to be done, baa not ap I plied for and received an extension of time In I „hleh to Irrigate and reclaim tbe same and be is ! haa not made final proof.sald tract at this date , lis raw, unbroken desert land In it* arid sute , the ^ are hereby . um failure a : 3 7. - 2 ! 500 12 50 i ■ 1. 250 BO . ! Sotlce—Desert Entry. Land OfBce at BlacKfoot. Idauo i May 22.1395 ( Complaint having been entered at this office by Addison V. Scott against Warren McCur tain for failure to comply with law as to Des ert Entry No. 1281. dated October 8, 1890. upon the NEx XW* Section 32, Township 2 North, Range 38 East, In Bingham county, Idaho.with mooed to appear at this office on tbe 2d day of July 18b6, at 10 o'clock am, to respond and furnish testimony concerning said alleged John G Bmuwj», Register Notice For Publication. C.S. Lasb Ornez, BLACkrooT. Idaho, i May 25th. 1895 f Notice Is hereby given that the following named settler bas filed notice of her Intention to make flual proof In support of her claim, and that said proof will be made before the Register and Receiver at Blackfoot. Idaho, on July 6th, 1896, viz: Rosa Clendenin, widow of Uedmund L. Clendenin, for the W14 SE!» Sec tion 14, Township 2 South, Range 35 East. B M She name* tbe following witnesses to prove her continuous residence upon and cultiva tion of said land, viz: Porter, William Planta and James G. Johnston all of Blackfoot, Idaho. L. J. Porter, John P. ! DO YOU WAIT TO STOP TOBACCO? - you can be cured while cbino it. John W. Jones, Keoeiver, The habit of using to bacon grows on a man until grave diseased conditions are produced. Tobacco causes cancer of the mouth and stom ach: dj spepsla; loss of memory; nervous affec tions: congestion of the retina, and wasting of the optic nerve, resulting In impairment o' vision, even to the estent of blindness;dizzl ness or vertigo; tobacco asthma; nlgbtly.uf focatlon; dull pain in the region of the heart. f^oweô later by sharp pains, palpitation and weakened pulse, resulting in fatal heart dit hRS ,. age it alar, causes loss of vit* lit. his ^ J Jit. ? . QLIT BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE. To quit suddenly Is too severe a shock to the at srstwm as u,banco—to an Inveierste use. tu. J ' " *h Inveterate uses, tie comes a stimulant tnat his system continually of crave«. 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Send SU Two-Cent Stamps for Samplo ! * ; ai«-»- f™ L«. «L , leal A ManutooturingCompHuy, Manufaotur IngChsmlsts, LaCros», Wlsoonsln. j Sold by all druggists, at »1.00 per bo*, three DOCTORG.f.SHORES'Pjjfi <"7> oe ea Sx> EM -c PRICE, $2 * ■<>*• _ Waslttvsly Uuarsatscd Wf"" NamU Cat art to Caunkal Iiwmh ramuif* bo k 0»rSaJSt«tS?P»"*tTw. ÜUm. »nmyswm. jmrja« «'un G W. . r ^ ÄÄ | mi en«n advlct fraa- . _ Dr. O. & Shsras' Taàdc aad B*~d •J"*" sçrss ÄÄ wia™- mrmf b — u rj cj« cures .U iresssss üMI* kklnsy». U.sr *»J Prie. *1 B.» boni.. Or a. w. Shore.' Cwsgh Carerures»» "*■*]** coMl »nd hrobchi« dKlhM, O*. Jos* *' 1 ' sp.mid'v croup. E.rp » boilt. w lb. hou» Cri» ''orta'.*W?Shore* - W—«t*l» °*'*'°v* lh * wor»! psir. in on. niants- For hesistl». kwlboch«. boeralr*' creep* or colic *M *UgJSJ^? Prev.ot* end cureSjliphlhorlo il «« '■ •i B * a buttle h*nJy. Pnc*. 15c • bottl«. Dr. 0. W. Shoe.. Pepoi. MkpMS It bevor lad*. Poco •used »ad ttraaUy int**un*! worm* *nJ rwom «her. they h.tcb abâ 'rreal 'dJ.q'w Sher« - Wlat.rr«— Salr* tJ»U «*— * •» *""• R Ar. u wt , ^r.à'i*»'ôv. piBple* fro« th« f»c« Dr. Q * W ' Shur»*' Astl-C—«tlpatlsa FHH cure* chronic coamp.t on, *kk h.aJ»cb. «4 bülou» "tS~ I.ÏÏS ™«' ££ rrer.red uni, h. Doer« G W Sh*re.M5»* Mal.co Iswitsu. S-it Uks City. Uuh Sold By HULL k GREESE. ï NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE. U 'NDER AUTHORITY OF AN OHDKR OF *ale granted by the Probate Court of the , county of Bingham. State of Idaho, dated j March 5th. 1W6, I will *eli at private »ale the ; following described real eatate: Lou t. Î. 3 and «. Sec. ill, Twp. » 9. K » R B ill mThsiS-IOU aore*: lot 1, Sec ». Twp. 3S. K 35 R.. ST T0-IU0 acrw; NEV NE 1 « Sec. ».Two. 3 8. tt. »ÜB. 40 acres: S'ASE'aSec 4. Twp. 3. S j R. 35 E . SU acre»; SWt, SW, Sec. A Twp 3 S. R. 35K . 40 acre*; SE'« SW>« See 3. Twp »S - R. :15 E., excepting and reserritur the to-acrv lot upon which are located the orchard, dwell-. ing and out- houae*. 30 acre*. Ten acre« of SWv 4 SE\*. balance of the 40 acre tract laid out in town iot«; NW^NWV Sec. 10. Twp. 3 $ H. 35 K . 40 acre«; »**% Sec. 10,Twp. 3 S R 35 E . H) acre«; Sec. 10. Twp. 3 S. R. 35 Ë.. -0 acres. Block south of block 66 and east of Stout A venue. Daniiaon and ShilUnjra Addition to j the town of Blackf<M>t Block No. *S5 in »aid addition Lot» 1 to 5 inclusive and 11 to 15 Inclusive In j block 8Ö. Lota 6 to 10 Inclusive in block 07. Block 68. Lot* 0 to 10 inclusive and 16 to 30 Inclusive In block 48. Lots 1 to 10 inclusive and 14 to 30 inclusive In block 47 Block 51. Lots 1 to 5 and 11 to 20 In block «4. Lots 11 to Ai Inclusive In block 63. Lots 10 to 30 inclusif e in block 53. Lot* 11 to 13 Inclusive in bkjck 53. Kr:s s c TWENTY-FIFTH DAY OF MARCH. 1*6. and sealed bids will be received at any time by : tbe undersigned at her residence adjoining the town of Blackroot for any or all of the abovtedesertbed pr»i»erty ' A reasonable water-right will be .old with each tract of land. ' I Terms of Hale:—Ca*b or half cash with notea for balance secured by mort«rajfe on the property sold. LUCY K. DANÎI.80N. Administratrix of the Batate of Wm. II. DaniWon. deoeanod. Blackfoot, Idaho, March 5, 1806. to Notice for Publiratioa United State* Land Office. I Blackfoot. Idaho. Junes. 1SS5 I Notice is hereby given that tbe following named settler has filed notice of hi* Intention to make final proof In support of his claim, and tnat (aid proof will be made before the KegUter and Receiver at Blackfoot. Idaho, on July l*th, 1*95, vtx: Ammo C. Loveland. H. E. ; 35 No. 4528, for tbe NW, NE 1 *. N 1 * NWM. 8W5, ) NW 1 , Section 32, Township 6 8., range 39 East, He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Sidney B. Call, Lament Tolman. Joslah H. Loveland and Neptil Mass, all of Chesterfield. Bannock county. Idaho. JoHif G. Brows. Register. Desert Land, Final Proof. Land Office at Blackfoot. Idaho. » Jim« 6 lMHT. f w . . . . A . Vu Vi » Notice U hereby given that John Drew, of Basalt, Bingham countv, Idaho, ha* filed no- i tice of Intention to make proof on hi« * * e,, a „ _ J] , a ,„, „ _ - Land Claim No. 1518. for BH Section 27, Towi ship 2 south. Range 36 east. B. M. before : the Register and Receiver at Blackfoot Idaho. ! _ . .. .«.u,. «* . on Tuesday the 10th day of July, 18D6. j He names the following witnesses to ; prove the complete irrigation and reclamation ; of »aid land: James Drew, of Basalt, Idaho,: Rotiert Mackle, John C. Mackle and William : Beair, of Blackfoot. Idaho. «c , , . , named settler has filed notice of hta Intention at to mane final proof in support of his claim, : •J' and that said proof will be mad. before the Register and Receiver at Blackroot, Idaho, on July 2d, ISS6, viz: Jacob Jensen, of Chester field, Idaho, for the SE 1 , HWI4 Sec. 10. and R 1 » NW!4 and SW>4 N W4 Section 15, Township 7, South, Range 39 East. Be names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Rasmus C. Rasmussen. Nels Sorensen William Rees, Joseph Hart, all of Chesterfield. Idaho. John G Dhows, Register John G. Uhown, Register. Notice for Publication. Land Office at Blackfoot, Idaho, I »lay 20,1805, f Notice Is hereby given that the folk:wing Notice for Publication. Land Office at Blackfoot. Idaho, May 27.1SH6 Notice Is hereby given timt the followlng named settler has filed notice of his Intention to make final proof In support of hi. claim, and that said -.roof will be made before the Register and Receiver, at Blaokfoot. Idaho, on July Io, 18%, viz: Amo. Hatch, for the NE4 NE4 Sec. 13. Tp 7 South. Range 39 East 1 and lot» I and 2 Section W, and lot 4 Section 7 Township 7 South, Range40 East. Ho names the following witnesses to prove ! ; bl. continuous residence upon and cultivation 1 : of said land viz ! Thomas Hatch Wim.m v .. 1 £ïïS:ïSïî.ï Jorm n rm.wi I j "^kr. I I IT 1 Pi I il : •! WAGONS, BUGGIES, HARNESS PLOWS, SCRAPERS, BARB WIRE 1 -- , —, TU-.. Osa* r. ** Less Tlian Ttieï Cost | W. D. TRECO. . ___— 7 ; 2 ermin a. Mondschein, UClUiAU U' 4a*«**v*Mwa*waaa, I ; ♦ 4 1 »> » ♦♦♦ ♦ «» ♦ ♦♦♦+ **' i ( ; I + ï I , i Watchmaker & Jeweler, , j ; ill Mf.re Mr,«*.*»* prie», R|lUM|Me. row nssssns«*. j S. - -Doe* all kind* of Repalrlng ! OFFll'E-In Curtis Hardware Store - The Blackfoot, Houston And Challis c *^ ,b ' *•"' ,Wa ^ r ' Kx ^ Leave* Blackfoot dally at * a. m for the Big Lost River Mine#, linuslmi. ttiallts. IWiianaa. Ctaytoo. Cuater. Aetna ami Bay Horse Passenger* are carried tn 6m class coaches driven by careful ami experience.! driver*. K " tln * " n "*• " n - una irpareed. G. n. POWELL <* CO. PROP S. The chcap«?«t. the Shortest and n)»*»t «tirect route bFitwren tbe North Ra*i and Wwl and the point* named. For further Information apply to F. W. VOGLER. A#ent. Blackfo«»# Notice fur Publiratloa Land Office at Blackfoot. Idaho. | May 0th. im*. I Notice Is hereby given that tbe following named settler has Hied notice of her Intention to make final proof In support of her claim, and that said proof will be make before the Register and Heceiver at illackfoot. Idaho, June 18th. 1866. via: Eliza B. Hunt, No. 210», for the 8 W i, NWi,. S'W', MW I, srjri lot* S and 9 Section 5, Township 3 South Range 35 Ea*t. She name, the following wltnemeito prove her continuous residence upon and cultiva H K tk»n of said land, viz: Lewis X>. W|)«on, Homer Lallburty. Ezra D. Wilson. .Samuel V. Anams. all of Illackfoot. Bingham county, Idaho. Joua O. Bkowh, Register. Notice—D4*4Tt Entry. Land Office at Blackfoot. Idaho. > v _.^.. ' Notice I* hereby given that John H . Harri« of Gentile Vall-.y, Banr>«»ek County. Idaho, ha* ; filed notice of intet»tM»ii to make pit>.fon his desert land claim No. 150). for *w' % «eû. e«/, of ! Toirnghlp 10 B. Range 441 hast, before the K* gUt» r and Ite oeiver at Blackf(K>t, Idaho, on Wednesday 2Hfh day of June. 18WJ. He names the following • U ' P r "T7. th î "l'T p,e . , f I reclamation of said land: Al«*x Harris. 8lme on Atirrctr. William Harrisand lairs Christen «en, all of Gentile Valley. Idaho, John g. Hkow.h. Register. Notice—Desert Kntrj. Land Office at Rlackfnnt. Idaho, » May 10th, 1896. f Notice I* hereby given that Henry Jensen of Gentile V alley. Bannock County, Idaho, has filed notice or Intention to make proof In »up port of hi* desert-land claim No. 1538. for the «c 1 * »w 1 * and lot ». Section I». Township II 8 , Hange if Cast, tieforc Hewl*tcr and Receiver at Hlaekfoot, Idaho, on Wednesday 26th day of •J' im ' 1885. He names the roliowlng wUnease, ££"0" Äff'uÄÄm Christensen. John Sorensen. Walter Ilarrls •** f,f Gentile Valley, Idaho, John O. IlnowN. Register. JOBUB ItOOT ^eiriegj fas 6 ca -it ! u U° iAxatlve and Neste Toma a3g gES5eg ~-.a KO HOfSüÄtSKfflü • ' ^ fiÂî «Wgoo»L"^ ftSMWct^SUhfhrï™«i2? w. V T vl. ■ - ^ SHILOH*« CURE _Jww <?»a*T Oovo* dnt* w™ grggisa agag YOü,tfukï©üitUBaa tziMÂtiki lûîti 1 W5f For 8.1e byT.N^!™^ SB Utah & Northern Time Card: mouth »or»» akhiv» : Passenger... I S a. m I Freight Freight .*:»»• ml tocra aocau n*i*« ! 1 :» a. m | Freight B * P " J A Coujn, Agent. . I SO p. m. Passenger.. Freight. ï.a». m. Postoffice Hoi ks : — I--This r. a. senaie. 'oï.Y'shSSf! is '—TzrE j-Egjps -VIE? , S Au«ttt*>r rrau» n,»iu»< i Supt Public In.lrocllou Ch*. Formwjan j ääsw J vr* Tri"« |)U( j ua « r . OUI No 5 D W. Siandrod I " " " " Alfred Budgw . * OU a m. ui T .«W P .SiflU Ut lt:l» a. m R F. hTsesan F. M. Week Deys, Sundays. STATE OF IDAHO. Cor NTT Office a* : .Rust Roaadb R. V Odlef ( J.iu.'» F Hum i Sheet« ,H W E* 1 »" Auditor l<ro F b*|Wi Probate Judse andSupt SelKad.. V S So-«eu. ; State Seoab.r i Reprraenuttlre ... . Tmiiurrr AMTHur a ml LUkvlur ( uMovr Purveyor Frank Martin ! [(' W Berryman. Chairman J »*»*"***» u I) H u ff.br r ; l'uanuùsm I _ John 0 Brown juhnW juoss United States Land Oefice. I O*re hour* : * 00 » m. Ull I 0D p m. , Krewtrr i Kseetrsr UnuRCHES: MRTHOD1HT : Her J. M. Wiktor. Pa*(or Preaching every Sunday morning al II | o ckck.aml evening at * JO u clock Pray er , meeting Thuroday evening at T Ml a clock. ; Sunday school. Sun*lay Afternoon from 3 i till 4 o'clock Bpworth !<eaguc Prayer Meeting Tuesday at 4 o'clock, p m HT. FArL'S ■ Proie«tant RpfaeopttL John Mhuihanarv. 8« rvkvw «vary Huudar morulnaat II «»'dock, a m Rvcn tug 7 ju o cluck p at. I1<»1> r*>inmunt4»n Hot and third Sunday * of «weh nmnth Hun«tajr • lxRiil AW p m Guild mecllna «vwrv ! W^IrwnMtaV «t 3AM) p in. pc*, free Au 1 cordially invited Alt public t«y|lcctk»a« are for curtvot «ip*nu *. Rr> HAITI ST : Rev * W Uti* Pastor Prmrb il»g rverv Sunday murnins st II o'okttfc. and evenina. » .30 o'chick- Prayer roeetins j Wwlnraday rvenln# «1 7 :J0o dock Runday sett« *»»l. Hundav if w roo u o I mu» 3 00 to » OB. Lodges : v "T™ ÎVeiy TkuredayTv cninaat «o'cWwk. in Visiting brothers c«»rdialiy not*kins Hall lnvlt«*d, A. R. Watsos, Secretary I. W. wnr. N G BLACK FUGT LBOfON N«i fT. r»r N P L . meets erery M*Hlne«da y evening In th« Ikiall •on bulldimr. R« In street Viaitma roerotier» oonliaily Invited. W. I». Tmkgo. Src'y. R. V. Cotiis. Pres. GRORGRH THOM Ad FORT No. t, GAR hold regular meeting« I on the Finit Tuesday night of each , month at the 1. U O. f Hall in Blackford, at Î o'ekwk rade« in good standing are ne 1 4ufated U» be preaent J P PiiRTKM. rommander. CP Pi mac«. Adjutant All cun American Biscuit and Manuf'g Co. Successor» to Utah Cracker Factor}'. ; ! • I Manufacturers of tba Celebrated Silm Brail ef Fits (Merc Them good* are sold by all tbs wooImsIs G rocers in Ctah. Send la your order*. 27 E. Third St SALT LAKE, UTAH ST. MARY'S ACADEMY, SALT LAKECtTY, UTAH. VON Off TEP ET THE Sisters of the Holy Cross. Studies for Hoarder* Rod I)*y pu pils will lx* remimed the first Mobility in September, 1894. TERMS MODERATE. Hcnd reference For catalogues, etc., address as above. Job Printing PROMPTLY DONE AT THE \ NEWSOFFICE I I l JOHN MONTGOMERY NOTARY 1 MB Lid REAL ESTATE AID INSURANCE. 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