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Hul t an i h*- juMriti r*»lk M y tu LT LAKE BUSINESS COLLEGE. THE LEADING COM MERC IAL SCHOOL. ,L TERWI SEPT. 5. WRITE TODAY FOR INFORMATION. BOX 7*1. BALT LAKE CITY. UTAH. 1 incorporât E o isos. '*'■ lABLlSHEO 1875.... E tn a mi, Ettlumi I«cLHl A«m Bill G«*4», !«•!», AtikHrtar f*b®ltewlir*. | bv CAar>*c, Df ar ri*iua|f irai brMfH Ca tel a »«« •< a teta— l« pncm* M » j YOU WANT! **4 b n «t m* H4 N« I« «*« «««'ttk BROWNING BROS. CO. t««« tiiA'ht'o« *vmua. 08018. uri ar«««Y, ««•> t kfifii C«rr. «•I hr «intx-1-wr. *w traveling is unenjoyshle. a iood Meal« iiw!( <m tu »yafero of I Ur- jj THrre arc (MAC S2 The Santa Ff Kmilr prwli trey <fi tart 1 er. «»vrtitfnt totervala. /leal s it Regular lours. ami lunch owolm. ï g tan Breakfast, dm -r ao*l nqqwr are served at g i N I Ampkr time give« lor all meals, g j K WAKRKN", t.eoetsi Agmt bsat» It Route, f « ! ••»h 1-ske City, Utah, g i A 411 flvirdy BWk. isisuxuLUsni ] m«'K 9999m mm. mm mmmm: „^rrvzu.T? PENSION III LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. iH IMPLEMENT CO. IF . U. Cm tNf HlikroKU, Hwhlnfl »in «iiilffh nrptlp« B NUt N "*\ wf P ro»*aiiiaf Claia» siac« I • 7 • HALT |,AHi ! <Ma*«M*Corp* UTI. r CAHOT CATHARTIC w»«*l«>e4 Varia Mag - »«ilia h 4 4 «rrioaeo. >Hs • f rau* Matter Meavlag BaaS S O. ■ elsabta m 4 Mllaaahea Seller ttrurtnr Mta«4ere « Seller Hearinr Wsr Hah Ubb N k«M(k 4ML tU T.I«. Wrtl» far f«rl HOLDER! rtmenoa imimimt UNC MEN! A derive fnr ihr Nscery which tliwin stai 8»«a*r IsSe. the one abtertlniutble feature of Hell Nunrtov snd renders IVittle Feed ing »Perf est ^^r--i ee e».s ï t h t# ^Tli« B#%t** N«rM»r and otlwN «ttnH«r ' (trrwiskt neck bntlle »ml ho- 4 U» «iweja wrl a lit»« "Or-lcr hr number, st yrmrdruaxlris^r 'Viwlfio fldvtrUscnwnta KImHi ) fflati- *"*>" , * i "22*- t «32 «anuon tv p«ir. Ptrftctlofl Bottli HolHrCt.,011 TflW.Maw to r»» «V# vim»** 4*3 ' \ U* ' .0 'A » «VVfi,. h>,f tU («>*. V« «*vl If yim »■»(«Hb « y «Uri» Akt »1 h-. f*t •'PKHnr% OKAY AlHftCtnC** Rium n ft Has tvtr latM (• Car«. Htonlt* «M,in)«h u«« éorlw«. 4nifi«Mf •tova Rrvaat.ri» l( , ltm> ,, < kto t*lirn f ll> 5 H all ° f U«»D t f .»r> S«: ai nns BA OO JUI jNMtolDa «trwgrgiaia or firvit \+< ,w»<.t By Ilk - * '*'• l* ' »1 r«- V || 4 of jvfirvs hr CHEMICAL CO. '•■4 .s» ï I ; j I ; I i j j j j Stop drinking colored tea» Try Schilling's Best O' I Darin» a school tea a kindly old lZ rU 'T g ODe °' the y0ung i ^ ?'ti. evident alarm. Undla 'T? I 1 "*™ lM ^^ r * Pldl >' d *»°l'*b«<l plate * t ^ r , * bre " d * nd but tor »nd f." ,A'. *** A h * dOcl0r COUId ,Und t* M | ' 0o1 n * "P to tha young **" * *"■ **' b »v« fou ,y„ read a» hook which would tell you what to ,hat lo dr|nk tQd I wh * 1 to • YO,dr ' bit,, y.r, air" , „pU^j tb, young gentleman with hie | mouth half full o lumcake, "I don't : j want B(J ^ Why , |>(| t „ , c#n ! 1 drink# all I can and I avoid» burat | UT'—Stray Stories ; -- j Tli« Nt« TeroMla. A flwrtle Ha« la Tented one operated by la visible ray* ef light, which enshias It to i «»ghslsa» will In like msnuer llrstelter's 1,1 '*•*•« conquers nil stomach ) troubles. When a sufferer from constipa j Ihm. dyspepsia er liver complaint lakes lbs I Bitten ha ia sura of a cura. A private 1 Revenue Stamp otvrrs ths neck of the bot tie Goethe Energy wltt do anything that eea ha doae is this world : and no talents, ■ne dietinstaaces. no opportunities will make a mas without U Are Tee t'eleg Alter*« Peet-iteeeT it is the only cure (or Bwoilrn, Smarting. Burning. Sweating Feet. Corns and Bunions Ask for Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder to be shaken Into tha shoes. At all Druggists and Shoe Htores. 2V Sample sent FREE. Ad dress Allen H ft!ni*ted l>eltoy, N. Y. In » tinirle year the vmlo* of ranmrie« i rftfcMfci m 4*t-rmauy u e%UmaW l at tf&VÜUü, ; and il U ** lu factory to team that iHe ] gnm ter port of this «um goe« into the ; purkeia of like poor Arrnunlfiit Fnr. Mr Crude uo his wife, at breakfast table) - "Our neighbor, Mr Ixtns, ths »»troaomsa. tells me that they Hava discovered more spots on the sun." Crude. Jr. That's right, pop. 1 pul them ibera in a little scrap h* sud I had yesterday " Richmond Ttmss. ""«* b **' ri operating It* new din in« crs.aervln* all meals on all It. through tM ' M Tbe arrangement include No 2 leaving Ogdan at 7.80 a. m and Balt Lake City at g:80 a. m. ; alio No. 4 leaving Og den **«:»P m and Balt Lake City at ?40p. m. The weal-bound through train». both morning and night. will alao tarry diner,. The culaln. U a. perfect a. it i. poa.ible to make It. Serrice, a la carte eo that you can have your "coffe. and roll»" for breakfaat. or you can »elect from » menu ae elaborate and complete aa tha »aid cup. ia a of of tion of In of of a DIuIdi Car Servie«», Effective June 1st, tha Rio Grande West markst of Utah can supply. A W»j Ta«j Hava, "I hats you!" she cried. It had been npon her lips to tell him that aba esteemed him, merely, but when she looked into hia sad, pleading eyes, her heart fail >d her; ■he could not crush him altogether. "I bate you!" she cried, accord ingly. As for tha youth, he was mightily encouraged, atneo he knew something of the nature of woman. —Detroit Journal. "IMd you really give f!W for that hand kerchief t" "Yes, ma." "Well, don't you think HO ia a good deal to blow in All telephone girls look a good deal alike ; in fact they are ail ringers for each other. 1 kaow that my life was saved by Plso's ! Cur# for Consumption.—John A. Miller, : Aa Sable, Michigan, April »I, 1805 1 1 is Hr, Winslow's Soothing *yrap 1 er child mi wc.hio, »rtcs.ib. »»■». r»4««#.!» Seshlsolo, ansi* vain, curs* vmdcutis w sssu * k " UJ * j 1 Although there aro In Iceland 70.927 peo' 1 pie they are so free from crime that only one policeman is kept aud such a thing as a ail is unknown Hu«hi Don't t ou Hear the itahy Cry? „.or iui,<! colli- in *sT,'' I-U, .' '"a .!£! "So you don't believe universal peace is possibleV "No," answered the boliovr voice 'Tin married, you know." j t«w y mfr metli r larr » A Wat tu AttNin ► .4 •'Don't woi ry, BcriHbs, voa îl ar. ako yet mid find yourself la*UQdi." *'If I could believe that, l*d go to b«<l and «UT there nil the tinttu."— ] 1 Chicago Record. i I.k* n-Miai'.im* ci«in><^ : 5ï"AÆi. ! siUi'r-ni-viri-qp'iM'. sis«» w-aih. S-I.4S ur cap toe. Catalog»» A Très. B. L OOU6LA8 SHOE CtL, Brscktsn, Mae*. $3 A $3.50 SHOES JJ " W. L. DOUGLAS Worth (4 to •( ce»s»rs4 ants ether ashes. Jndor*fi»d by ovrr l.OOO.OIK) «rarer«. ALL LEATHERS. ALL »TYLE» j TMienmi | » j fcUi4 gï r f JSR BRK^ POMMEL SLICKER \ a jj S2 ï g i N I g j f « ! g i A TV Bff*t Sa4dt« Coat ] i ter* twH» tiirr ami t«4dl« pfi t+cHy Ary Hi tbff harJcvl ÜOTM. % WttI Swippoint Ask foe »Si*t R*h Bran J SUcter— It » wia r tl)' w*. II I»t for mW V «our tourt», »rit* lor catatoeue to A. J. TOWER. M«it wf • S OMETIMES when you 'have lame back and (eel poorly, you stop working (or tne day. But all you do is take the rest and go right to work again when the symptoms quiet down. That is no way to head oil a terrible disease that is fastening its grip Stop the first leak or upon you. you lose the ship. fnr one of Feed est Dr.J.H.Mc Lean's liver&KidneyBalin qulcklr cure« thow first irregularities and thus repel* Bright'« I1i«ea«e, Diabete*. Rheumstism, Jaundice and FemaU Trouble». Druggi.t« h»»s U, At .00 « bottle TM« OR. j. m. OCLÏAN MCDICINK CO. IT. LOUIS. MO. The September Century le a Salt-Water Number. In a general aenaa. this may be »aid to be apropoa of the international in lereat in the yacht race» for the America's cup. The special feature of the magazine ia the first of a series of four papers in which Captain Joshua Slocum narrates, In a humorous and individual style, the story of bis aucceaaful circumnavigation of tha globe, alone, in a forty-foot sloop, the Spray, oonatructed by himself. Tbi# un precedented achievement involved two croaainc* of the Atlantic, and the rounding of Cape Horn and the Cape of Good Hope. "The Atlantic Speedway," and the possi bility of making it safer, engage the atten tion of H. Phelps Wbltmarah. The annals of Chinese piracy have been ransacked to good purpose by John 8. Sewell, who writes of "The Scourge of the Eastern Seas;" and Naw England family papers have been turned to equally good account In Robert 8. Kantoul's "Voyage of tho Quero," the true story of how the news of Concord sod Lexington was carrlad to King George. "An American Forerunner of Dreyfus'' ia the story of a gallant American naval ofBoer whose life was made a burden to him. early in the present een* tury, because of his Jewish birth and faith. _ In municipal competition the way of the transgressor is hard to find. la In is I of at ; Tha traveler who visits Colorado for tha first time Is surprised and Impres s ed with ! the opportunities the state affords in agri : Batumi pursuits. The mineral wealth of th# ataU) w | th it, many famous mines. 1 seems to have beooms flxea in the minds of strangers, crowding out all know'edg# of 1 her wonderfully fertile soil. Little thought is ever given to the 12,000 mile, of irrig»- ! gallon canals that have been constructed, ( and the 2,000,000 acres of land which have | thus far been made productiv». Yat, out | j out of 871 exhibits from Colorado at tha : world's fair, eighty-one special premiums were awarded, covering all kinds of fruit as and produo«. The wheat exhibit attracted W '<1« attention, sod twenty-fire awards were given it alone, the largest number received by any one state In the Union, in The fruit industry haa reached »*,000,000 a year and is yet in it. infancy. Sugar beet culture is a profitable industry. The min eral wealth of the state, which leads all Pertils Leeds ef Catered* is ako other states in the Union in the output of fold and silver, does not compare with hor to agricultural wealth A hsudsome sod pro ] fusely illustrated pamphlet, entitled "The Fertile Lands of Colorado." has just been Mr. W. H. ljams, who has been re i cently re-elected treasurer of the Bal : Umore and Ohio railroad, has been in lhe employ of the company for forty ! 8ix y ** r *' » 3jd ,i laa ***" '[.TT. an! sis«» May, 1S66. "hen a small boy in toe. tlixore be saw the great parade that HaltImoreans arranged to celebrate the laying of lhe corn e r *,one of the Bal- j tlmore and Ohio railroad on July 4, The other day a little boy was aant t° a shop for a penny'* worth of cob biers wax, says London 8pare Mo menu. The shopman, thinking of quizzing him, said Won't shoemaker's wax do.' "Aw doan't know," replied the lad. "Aw'll go and see." He re turned again directly, and, addressing the shopman, said: "Mi father says leaned by the passenger department of tha Denver A Rio Grande railway, and gives detailed information of the lands and their , location, and may be had upon application to S. K. Hooper, générai passenger agent, Denver, er IL M. Cushing, traveling pas senger agent, 58 WeslSeoond South «treat, Sait Lake City, Utah. ants j 1S28. Tha Ulflercnc«. ; '•Well," said the lad, going toward the I door, "ml father aaya that- same dif ! ' ere " ce " ' 8 y . ou " d * donkey, and that I», they re both alike. And then he wo* off liko a 4h0t - that shoemaker's wax will do.*' The shopman handed it to him, smiling, and said: "What is the difference?" day. rest That grip or Varv ''Homrly." The apfx of "plainness'' seems to hava been attained by an old gentle man "down-eoat." "Why." said one of hla gyiod friend«, "he was ao homely that when he made up a face he was handsomer than he wa* other time#!" 1* now carried on the Overland Limited of tha Union Pacific, because "Uncle Sam" knowa that the "Old Reliable" gives th* beat service and makes the quickest time ofany line In the west. Ticket office. "Old The cat Was All Kl«hh "Mary I hope you took good care ol my animals while I was away?" "In deed I did pia'am: only once I forgot to feed the cat " "I hope she didn't suffer?" "Oh. no, indeed, ma'am. She ate the canary and the parrot"—Tit gllj ' Your Rastern Mall Stand." 101 Main street. thus h»»s CO. MADE MILLIONS A la Thres Teers on a Lucky Invaetmeat of S 1OO Dollars. New York Tribune: At the Hotel Imperial ia a man who baa become rich In mining (peculations In Washington within the last three years. HU name is James Clark. He told the story of how be did it. "A little more than three years ago." said Mr. Clark, "I was the manager of the War Eagle mine, near Rolln, British Columbia. I had always had an idea that there was plenty of gold In the Comavil! reserva tion, in Washington state, and one day I decided to make an investigation. I gave two of my workmen f&O each and started them out prospecting. A hundred dollars was a large sum with me then, but it made me a rich man, and it made the prospectors rich men, too. They discovered gold in large quantities, and I Immediately organ ised the Republic Gold Mine Milling company. There were 1,000,000 shares of stock. The two prospectors and I had a fourth interest each. The re mainder of the shares we disposed of at 10 cents a share, although we had a hard time doing it. When operations were Anally begun we had splendid success Three months ago we sold 600,000 shares of the slock to a Mon not and one of aa treal syndicate for »3,500,000. We now have a cyanide plant, and ail the modern improvements, and the stock worth »4.50 a share. In addition to the Republic, that »100 investment gave me a fourth interest in the Lone Pine, Surprise and Peril mines, in the same district, all cf which pay very i well and have glorious futures. That , ! *100 was the liest investment I ever ( made, or ever expect to make. Min | Ing Is a fine thing when you have luck. C | It Is literally finding money,' and you : usually find it in large hunks, too.when you find it at all. There are mighty j few businesses nowadays which u'ii enable a man to make a fortune in three years. Beyond all doubt Wash- : ington state is fabulously rich In mln eral deposits. Mining has become the ! a mainstay of the «täte and agriculture hasb een compelled to take a hack seat. - ' in to G CHINESE WALL A«4 What Its Démolition for Paving Stone* Mean*. Chicago Tribune: Lewis of Chicago is going to tear down : the great wall of China and use the i material for paving stones he has a : big contract on hand. The main or outer wall was built 200 years before Christ, and runs from the sea along the northern boundary, of China for n distance of 1,500 miles. The inner wall branches off from the outer and form - the arc of a circle 500 miles in circum- j f erence The outer wall is built of huge pieces of uncut stone, faced d through the most of its length with j ^ bricks. It is from 15 to 30 feet : * * . . jn 1" height and from lo to width. The inner wall is almost twice the height and is almost the same , width. Along the top of the inner wall for Its entire length a promenade 15 feet wide. The engineering eultiee overcome and the great amount of labor spent In building the walls may be gathered from the fact that they run up the side of mountains. across rivers and everywhere follow t he boundary of the ancient empire, Even to this day the savage Mogul i tribes regard the great wall as the limit ; If Frank runs The two walls to of their pastures. gether If stretched out in a straight j j line, would reach from New York to ! Las Vegas, so that if they had been in lace Governor Roosevelt might hsve I j rld<Jen hu bron( . h o all the distance ! (ram home to the Rough Riders' re- I , unjon wttholIt dismounting. Broken up )nto paving st0 nes the two wails would cover a roadbed 100 feet wide j and reaching from New ^ ork to San j j Francisco, ; i j larg. Enough for Thr« ° * *" rr *' ï The latest novelties in the smart toy ï ahops are large playhouses, to be set j upon the lawn for the use of the little I girls ot the family. These come in > very pretty designs, counterparts of the Queen Anne cottages in which the lit j ^ mothers really live. They are large j enough to accommodate three or four ! »ttl« girls and their dolly families. The ; interiors consist of one large room, : which is furnished with small chairs, ! tables, couches, beds, bureaus, book | cases and so on, all of which articles of furniture come in very attractive forms and can be purchased at any of the large shops dealing in children's toys and games. These houses will be ï welcomed gladly by the little misses. I for they open out a vista of afternoon ; teas, parties and receptions at which j the hostess ran play at being a real lire mamma and social leader. Placed LAWN PLAYHOUSES Four Little . , . . . in a shaded corner 01 the lawn, or out in the orchard, the girls of the famil> wlll pass many a happy hour when the | rgtipped. While this is n comparatively ,, ,,, . _ ... , I or 'dey will not pass the fastidious eye | of the billiard player. A scheme by ; ; which a tip may tie quickly removed ! , , , 111 and a* quickly replaced by another ha« been devised by William (J. Hertz, of : I Huntsville. Ala. By his scheme a fer i rule Is fastened around the end of the j j «tick and a split collar made to receive i the leather tip in one end and to fit j over the ferrule complet«! the affair. A firm bearing is given to the Up anti j at the same time It Is easily removed j and replaced. sun 1« too hot for outdoor exercise. Fresh Tip« Alwaya Kratlr. Th* Up of a billiard cue is subjected to a great deal of hard wear, and when the least battered the entire stick is unfit for service and must lie laid away and thrown out of use until it can be simple operation, it must be performed by one more or less expert in this line A Letter to Mrs. Pinkham Brought Health to Mrs. Archambo. [LEWES TO MES, rilESAM SO. SAJMl "Dear Mbs. Piskuam—F or two years I felt tired and so weak and dizzy that some days I could hardly go around the house. Backache and head ache all the time and my food would not digest and had such pains in the womb and troubled with leucorrhoea and kidneys were affected. "After birth of each child I grew weaker, and hearing so much of the good you had done, I wrote to you and have taken six bottles of Lydia E. Pinkham'» Vegetable Compound, one box of Lozenges, one box of Liver Pilla, one package of Sanative Wash, and to day I am feeling aa well aa I ever did. When I get up in the morning I feel ae fresh as I did when a girl and eat and sleep well and do all of my work. If ever I feel weak again shall know where to get my strength. I know your medicine cured me."—Mat Baux A Abchambo, Chaki.emoxt, Mam. The present Mrs. Pinkham "a experi ence in treating female ills ia unparal leled; for years she worked aide by aide with Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham, and for sometime past haa had sole charge of the correspondence department of her great business, treating by letter aa many aa a hundred thousand ailing women a year. All women who suffer an Invited to write to Mrs. Pinkham at Lynn, Mass., for advice, which will be promptly given without charge. i -; , ah0 es Allen's Foot Eue a for the feet u make # tlgbt. or New Shoes feel Easy. Cures C orMf Bunions, Swollen, Hot and Sweating Feet. At all Druggists and Shoe Stores, 25c. Sample Bent FREE. j Address Allen S. Olmsted. LcRoy, N. Y. never an opportunity until some other : f e n ow has taken hold of it. ! Clure's Magazine for September an ac «»»"t of Lincoln's funeral-an event alone Do Tour r—t Aete ««4 Boraf is that they The trouble with moat Miss Ida M. Tarbell will give in Mo in its kind, since almost every man, wo man and child in the North was a personal mourner, and people stood day and night, in rain and shine, along the railroad in aa almost continuous line from Washington to Springfield, to view the passing funeral train and testify their veneration and : Brief i : Ar# necess a rily people of excellent Jed« meat, tost# and refinement. In traTeliow they demand tb# best service obtainable ronlxe the Union Pacific is one of the best proofs of that lias's superiority. Tiekua - o*ce, "Old Stand." MI Main s treet, j Every dog has his day and even then the poor dog gets the worst of it, for the dog d a vs are the very worst day* in all the j vear : * - -r- . Mr. Walter H. Page has resigne ! the editorship of the Atlantic Monthly and ^ an invitation to take a prom , in the direction of the literary work ^ lbe allied houses of Harper & er8 and lhe Doub i eday * McClure ^ H ia successor in the editorship of the ^ntic is Mr Bliss Perrv. known in lit erature aa the a u thor of two novels and a number of 0S83 „ and stories. Since his dnation fr0 0, Williams College in VSI, Mr . PerlT has been in the de t >artmeni of j^iglieh grst at Williams, and afterwards M Prin ' celou fniversit lately appointed to the L and the liberality with which they pet. ty, where he was Holmes Professor ship of English Literature. j to ! in I ! re- I »"t When a homely girl'» face is her fortune j it'a plain to be seen. j BaU*« Catorrh Cur« Is taken internally. Price, 75c,, Now that there is an ice trust probably some of the local ice dealers will be froze» *t'i r i r ft :« -j An Excellent Combination. The pleasant method and beneficial effecta of the well known remedy, Strup ov Flos, manufactured by the California Fia Syrup Co., illustrate the value of obtaining the liquid laxa tive principles of plants known to be medicinally laxative and presenting them in the form most refreshing to the taste and acceptable to the system. It is the one perfect strengthening laxa tive, cleansing the svstem effectually, dispelling colds, headaches and fevers a en tly yet promptly and enabling one to overcome habitual constipation per | manently. Its perfect freedom from every objectionable quality and sub s tan ce. and its acting on the kidneys, liver and bowels, without weakening or irritating them, make it the ideal laxative. In the process of manufacturing figs are used, as they are pleasant to tne taste, but the medicinal qualities of the remedy are obtained from senna and other aromatic plants, by a method known to the Caliporkia Fig Strup Co. only. In order to get its beneficial effects and to avoid imitations, please remember the full name of the Company | printed on the front of every package. ; tuadmia t-t/— CVPTTP fYT ! CAIJFORNIA « BAN FRAlfCISCO. O AI «. loutbville. xt. : For «fie by »11 Druggists.—Price 50c. per bottle j--- - — - j i NEW TOR*. 1». T. n«*t t ouifh Syrup. Tiutw Üuud. Ü«« In Omr. Md by druggUiU. bebb LsXS 1« W. N. U., Salt Lake.—No. 35, 18ÖO.