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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi banner. — 8 December 1896

I &tie LagIii Banner I By Tho Lshi Publishing Company ', ' - ' I i DIIlEUTORsJ H, GKonait Wr.iiii, President. H Jamkb Hauwoou, Vicc-Pieaident. W. E. RACKiiit, Samuel Tayi.oh. HI W'AiiTKU L. Veuij. H V.E.llACKKn, Sec. and (Tras. r r Hrater L. Webb, Editor. fc ! T Noncnoi' DiBCONTiNOANcn The iianjci.r j H is sent to subscribers until nu rxoticlt order Is I H received by us. nnd all payment of arrearages is H made, ns required by law The courts inynriably I, liotd n subscriber responsible to the publisher H for the suWscr.'ptlou price of nil papers receive'd m until the paper is paid for in full up to dntc nnd H ordered dlbcoiiHnued, X'Al'URS KUTUKXUD H AKl', NOT NOTIC1J OV DISCONTINUANCE. i All communications Alio ild be1 addressed to H Tim i,Km n.ixnnn, Utah County, utnh. 1 , Littered fit J.eUt City, Posiofftcc ( Utah) for Uj (rantiwrUittnn U"-foiph (HC'vmUs us teenniMaik mntUr. V . uu u rmiusiiiNc. c H ... i , , i H LfiUI, Ul'C.'l, ISilil. Don't Kriow.lt All. ' With their usual ...

Publication Title: Lehi Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi banner. — 8 December 1896

" 4 ewletfps. fHRiircKow Baking PBwdeF. . . .spices - ., - ;: :. : - ' ir" .yn ; ..' V ,' .w . ..Tripe; V'S.f J?J FLAVORING- 'ylvM Ave Delicious, ' ' l'rcah Every Dnv. Mrb siir..Si2iaBEP TRY THEM. -Our goods of this brand guaranteed to be the crual to the best on the market or money refunded. 'T State Mining Notes The Sampson and Yosemite No. 2 cit 3!inghirji have consolidated. $.." Ed. Knowlden has ahiuped.the first :V' ' oaf of ore from his claim' in American j;' ' Pork canyon. II expects to make regular ehipmenta all through the winter. - -,I"ur" " "" The Bullion-Beck ia making a splendid record. Recently a 200 ton lot , assayed U5.5 per cent lead and SI ounces - silver to the ton and the lot sold for "f . $0C00. Many believe the stock will f reach the $10 mnrk- M t f ; The different groups that are beirg worked would take up too much space so that tho individual workings cannot ho named, but properties such as the Cedar Hill, Warren, Mississippi, JBIaek Pearle, Emma, Walker, Far...

Publication Title: Lehi Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi banner. — 8 December 1896

H The Thatcher Case, H ' -; fe ' M J Tho Colorado Catholic of Denver, of H which Key. T. II. Mnlonc is editor, M contains the following sensible article on B, the Mormon Otiurc'i and polities: m ''It Hcems to us that inost of the news. B' papers whhdi have cointncnted upon 1 ! the action of tiiu Mormon church in its ., '; tresitment of ex-Ajiostle Moses Thatcher, "j have failed utterly to grabp the corieci M poBition of the Mormon church in the H fa matter. 1 "Mr. Thatcher has been put outside M j the fellowship of tin Mormon t'hurch m for having, as alleged, accepted civil m, t office without taking council with tho ( church, So one, we think, will ques- H tion tho right of thechurch to deal with ' ' its'momburs in its own way, and ii Mr. m Thatcher has transgressed some law o 1 ( tiie Mormon body we fail to see where- 1 in any outsider hns the right of cotn- B plaint. B ''A great cry has been raised against fl the Mortno church because of its treat- H jnent of Mi . Thatcher, and t...

Publication Title: Lehi Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi banner. — 8 December 1896

I A Family Reunion. A family rouuion in honor of the 74th birthday of Mr. John Austin was Klvcn nt his residence last Thursday evening. Tho affair wns gotten lip in the shape of a surprise and was a spleu'lid success In every way. Ue Wm rfWoaifinfe hay while tho guests wer&jwseuibling and ovorythlng was arrange! without his "knowledge so ho was agreoabiysurprliied on coming into'tho house covered with. i -liayacods. He wild ffoon made niviiro of the cause of tlio surprise. After pei t Ik ang of tho bounteous repast prepared by I tho relatives and friend8,,singing; speech f Making and music was in order. Mr.' George Austin was master of ceremonies and madn a neat little speech. Each member of the company was requested I to contribute something for the enter tainment and amusement of tho assembled guests. Mrs , Harriot Jacobs made a few appropriate remarks and 1 referred with pride to the unity and ., -good will of each member of no large a latnlly. John Brown sang a eong in the S...

Publication Title: Lehi Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi banner. — 8 December 1896

H . ; H THE LEHB.NNEk H i , H , LoM, Utah County, Utah. H J LEHI MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. Bjt Mayor Mosioh Evniie. H Councilmcn John Roberts Jr.,01oy Vf Ellingson, Richard Bradshaw .Andrew H H ' A. Peterson. John S. Willis. ) B Recorder John E. Ross. B j Treasurer James Harwood. H J Marshal Joseph A. Thomas, H City Justice L. B. "Willie. School Txiustkes; . Jainee r. Gaddie. John L. Gibb, James H I P. Carter. B - ' H I idvcrllitmenti in Ihti column Ten tcnl vcr H J lineflntinierUnn, Jtrcctnl jier Unt cash attdl- 1 J ttafltil inttrtion. H J Tuesday, Deo. 8, 1590. H K M Meets every Hi 4 1I0MDAY HOT 1 i TTOv PIiIIAIijb. H THIS. THAT AND THE OTHER H . Will Wing spent Friday at the M I -capital. a Manager Cutler wont to Salt Lake last B F Thursday. H I Albert Wall is building an addition to m IJ hie residence. .fq Collector Openshaw says there ifi 410,000 uncollected taxes in .this county. m Harris' Wire Buckle Suspendors can m "be got ntOid Bros, for 16c a pair. m Andrew Peterson, who is on ...

Publication Title: Lehi Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi banner. — 15 December 1896

i x bbbi -,,. - ' flBBI If' x D4Mr8i UalYriHr H j 1 The Lehi Banner ... ,, T VOL 6 LBHI.lJTA.H,TTJE8r)A.Y3DJi:OfiMRT5R 15. 1896- NO 84 ' ',; bbI I' " f BEET CULTIVATION. I 3&me conclusions after j 'W years experience, . ! :V MAS OF WILLIAM WEBB. jfe given to a reporter of the Banner. t "What do you think of raisin beets as , compared' with other crops? At the jreeaent prices it is much better than " '. raising grain and a living can be mado is Ath. I do not think a 15-ton crop can i ISe-raised for $30 an acre. It will coat j? soic than. that na it takes nearly all the ,1' jjear to grow a good crop of beets. ,' What kind of land i3 the inoet sni- Sk. rtxblo? I prefer good, dep loamy soil '- - " ' Wk aitlte beets will grow longer in such i -v vvji. It might contain a little mineral "tV but not too much. They grow well in sonify loam or a light clay soil, the latter vwill not need so much water. f t , H&w would you prepare the land? 1 i k v would advise fall plowing as soon us ...

Publication Title: Lehi Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi banner. — 15 December 1896

H No one would drink poor H tea if heor she knew the, H difference kin tea. B ;Goid fea is not costly: H Your grocer will sell, you H ScJ rilling s Best, and return B your money in iull if you B don't like it B A Schilling lc Company ,' H San t ranciico 833 H COUNTRY' AND CITY. H Te Farm Laborer's Lot Is Mot So Dud as Many Imagine H Those who work by the month on the H farm are apt to regard their eircUm- H stances with disfavor when they hear of H the wages which labor of no highei H ' jjrade commands in our large cities, llui H they will find, if they investigate the H mutter, that the farm laborer is usually H am well pnid or his city brother, and H oftentimes u great deal butter. In the H city of Pittsburgh at nresent nil the ear- H enters mjkI artisans of a similar grade M Hint are v. anted can he had for two dot- B Inrs per d.iv . Many cannot find worl: at H that. All .over western Pennsylvania m pood "enn:n:cn" labor can bo had at M price!) frou: enc dollar to one dollar and ...

Publication Title: Lehi Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi banner. — 15 December 1896

1 V.".U.,I1HHLIJ, ' ', ... UU!!! K Delinquent Notice. E Lehi Irrigation Company, chief place I of "b'usiness Lehi City. There arc delinquent on the following 'described stock, on account of aeseas W 'iiient levied August 31 , 18P0, the several K 'am on tits sot opposite the names of the I respective stockholders. in accordance with law atid order of the board of directors of said corporation I inadeonthd aforesaid August 31, 1890 I o many shares of eacn parcel of stock I as may be necessary, will be Hold on January 7, 1897, at public auction, at I the Court House, Lehi City. Sale to I 'Commence at 2 p. m. on that day to I pay the aforesaid delinquent assessment and cost of advertisement and sale. John Woodhousc, Sec'ty and Collector Lehi Irrigated! Co. I lehi, Nov. 14, 1890. I "NAMES Noo( Amt. or Amt. of Cert. Stock IAx I .Allied P. II. 08a 185 M 10 Austin George 248b 70 4 00 Anderson Mona La 180 11 25 AUred James ' 112 1 05 Anderson T.. J. 3Mb 42 2 20 Allredlleber 10 125 Andteson J...

Publication Title: Lehi Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi banner. — 15 December 1896

H Tlie Ielii Banner B By Tho Lahi Publishing Company H DIRECTORS. 1 Gko.iok yVKiin, President. H Jamkb IIarwoop, Vice-President. H W. 12. Rackbr, Samuel TaYlok. H j Wai.tkk L. WiAin. H . W.E. Rackku, Sec. and Titos. H .. WalKr L. Webb, Eililor. H ., , H j Nottfcnol' GiscOS'T'iS'tfANe):. The Dannie HBhJ Is sent to mibicnbtrs uutll mi explicit order is H " ; received by us. ami all payment orarrcarages is H made, as required by Uw The court; invariably H held n subscriber responsible to the publisher H for the subscr'ptloti price of nil pa(ers received H t until (he paper is paid lor in full up to date and H ', '- ordered dlsconlltiued, PAPERS KETURNIJD H AllU NOT NOTICE OP UISC0NTINUANCK. All communications shoild be addressed to Tim Luhi Dannkr, Utah County, Utah. H Entered al Lthi City, l'osiojflce ( Utah) for M a t transportation (rowj.'i tne mails as, second-class H f.Hur p.um.isiiiNO c -''" M Leiii, Dec. 15, 1806. m ' The Spaniards continue to kill B J off the Cuban generals but...

Publication Title: Lehi Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi banner. — 15 December 1896

i T . Three-Cron 1ra asw aThree-Cr6vn ), spices., ,;. .Trlble. ' Are ' - ,: Q ,V (? FLAVORING f , BEST fMwffck EXTRACTS. I ' sfes$ AreD0"cio"s' I ' - Ourgoods of this brand guaranteed to be the equal to the best on the market op" I '' ' money refunded. - I State Mining Notes 1 , The Granite Mounta in Mining & Mill- t Jng company liave filed articles of incor poration with tho Olerk of Utah county. TJie pnrtnorahip la for fifty years. The f limit of the capital stock is .? 300,000 of $1 perahare, divided in shares among the stockholders aa follows : Thomas Austin, I Thomas Webb, Frank Knight, Alva M. 4' Stfurdock, L. J. Column, 0. J. Ca.l, iillifliu Buys, Atidrew Austin and W. 1S. White, each 25,000 shares. The . . working capital ia $50,000,- and the f - vompauy owns six claims on Granite ' , , auountyiit Tooele county. The principal '; , V" place of business ia Lehi, and the oillcersare: Thomas Auatih director J"d president; Alva II Murdock, dl--.rector and vice-president; Leoh...

Publication Title: Lehi Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi banner. — 15 December 1896

LaiaiaiaiaiaS i Didn't Catch Him. H A good joke is being laid on Marshal H Thomnfl nnil Policeman Austin. It H ' -would eeem Unit luet, Wednesday night B was a rather unusually cold one and H that there were certain pereonB in Lohi h early in the evening whose prospects fo H obtaining a bed t'tat niglit were not H very luiglit. At nny rate, when Joseph : Wolston came out of Kiikhnm'sston H lio found that an excellent pair ot H ' .blankets had been purloined from hit ' buggy which hud been left just out M Bide. Our'peace officers were soon in 1 4,hot pursuit" mid after a lot of rkillful H I nvork located eaid blaureta in a corner B of Frank Cook's lot, sonic time the next H ( -day. But it was not tlio blankets tbnt H -were wanted so much as the purloinor 1 thereof, eo a young man, brave and aaVaaiaiaV H courageous, Has stationed at a con- H venient spot to capture the robbor bold H when he came in the evening to carry H his H The yuiinguitui, biave and couragiors, stood faithfully at...

Publication Title: Lehi Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi banner. — 15 December 1896

k EARLY STRAWBERRIES. . 9 R Some orthe Vnrlotlos Which nave (liven 1 ? Jf, 'Satisfactory Koattlts. 1 Thevcry early atrnwWrry fighting I for life r.raid the gulcllyjiltcrnnlin'g' cx I' 1 tremes 6E honljjand cold of ctirfpring II 'is apt to be generally Inferior tovnric I tics ripening: later and under more" fa ll m -lornble conditions. Laboring undergo I W jv imiuy di?adantngcs from weather It I B must have all the advantages '(IiaTsoil ' Ik ' can give to attain any d"gree of cxccl- I W lence. With all these advantage many IV more early strawberries prove failures II lian any other lcjnd. After many years' R B experience and the testing of many I S hundreds of varieties, I find thai the II Murray and the Improved Westbtook B H urc the best, I have tested them fully. IS lloth ripen their fruit before Crescent IV or such varieties called early begin I to ripen at all. As experienced growers mm know, tills is very early indeed. Both' B are very prolific, of tjie .most perfect mm and bri...

Publication Title: Lehi Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi banner. — 15 December 1896

H I THE LEHIBANNER H; tshl, DtfJi County, Utah. H LEHI MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. H I! H Mayor Mosiah Evaiif. B I Councitmen John Roberts Jr.,01ey H 1 Ellmgson, Richard Bradshnw Andrew B .A. Peterson, John S. Willis. ' . Jtecorder -John E. Rose. B i Treasurer JnmcH Hurwood. B '! Jfar?mJ Joseph A. Thomas H . -?iy Jtiofice L. B. Willie. E School Tkuhu:i:8 : H Guinea B. Givddiek John L. Gihb, James B 1'. Carter.. H idvcrlUwtnt in At rotntnh Tin ctntt vtr B Uncjtmtnirrliim, Jltcctnit vtr line each aildl H - twur.l iriHTtton. H Tu.uay, DtC. 15. 181)0. 1 !?tVy Meets every H nsS kohday BiGHT H THIS. THAT AND THE OTHER M Ord Btoh. lmvo jnst received the finest B assortment of jewelry in town. B Ladies' nnd gents' jewelry can he H , had nt Ord Bro'a. in every style you H want. H I County Superintendent Chrielensen B' 1 was visiting the district schools lust H week. H - Mr.Orisinon ofSnit Lake wasintown K r ' on mining business last week. H A delegation from Springvillc was B I ' 'visiting the sugar...

Publication Title: Lehi Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi banner. — 22 December 1896

' -THE LEHI ; BANNElt. VM I ", VOL 6 r.BHCT.TTTA.BC.T'rrESD.A.Y. pTOKMBER S3. 189(j. NO 35 i H I A VALUABLE PAPER I 0n the raising of Sn- j w gar Beets. I J- i ' ' " BY MR. GEORGE AUSTIN I - .Field Superintendant of the Utah I ' Jk Sugar Co. ft v ( '' The way we prepare lrfnd and raise B ' -sugar beets Jt Utah under our ByBtem m , . v of irrigation are na follows: It In the first place nil the land that is going to be planted in sugar beets should x be well plowed in the fall say from 12 to 14 inches deep, and then if necessary to I plow it in the spring, it should be I plowed much shallower 8iiy from 0 to 8 I . , 'inches deep, but in this country w'her0 I wo have so much frost and snow in the I ( winter, we usually use a disc harrow or I . -cultivator in the spring and work the I surface of the ground so ns to prepare a I good seed bed. It is necessary in most I ' cases to roll the land before planting, I but In doing so gieat care must be taken I not to Jo this when the land is to...

Publication Title: Lehi Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi banner. — 22 December 1896

B ' , "J1. II I II . M H Roasting Schillings Best tea in San Francisco costs B x more than roasting other tea H in China or Japan, but it B makes tea better. H You don't have to pay H he difference, though. It H coVncs out of our profits. H We make money in giv H ing up profits. Queer! H .A Schilling &. Co.npny BBBBBB San Kranc'ucii' $02 BIBB ' GOOD THINGS TO EAT. B Green Currant I'Jes. Pick the otir- H rnuts from the stcrnncl stew them for H five minutes In bnrelyVnouh water to H cover thvMn ; then sweet?, them to tnsty H ' ontl pour-while hot into tho crusU phtce 1 on the top cust and bake uV til brovs n. H . JUpe Currart Pica. Tf vcryVipe.ulV. H tic "Cornstarch must be mirtedv to the H nilgai' with vhi.-iii the ourranVj are H sweetened, ta n.vjfb the juiceX Tiu H best pies r.v made vitli partly ripoYur- H rants. Bal xwltli an upper and uncW H crust like II:.-H-ecueurranta. H xCrenm C.-v !.-?!;; ihrec tublcsp&on-1 B fillip of hu .. l :. with ruflicicnt cold H watr to' jr.a...

Publication Title: Lehi Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi banner. — 22 December 1896

i & ' ' Delinquent Notice. I fcehi Irrigation Company, chief place f business Lehi City. y There are delinquent on the following described stock, on nccount of aBsese- jnent levied August 31 , 1890, thu several (Nnounts sot opposite the names of the jespective stockholders. In accordance with law and order of the board of directors of said corporation I made on the aforesaid AugUBt 31, 189U ' o many shares of cacti parcel of stock 1 as may bo necessary, will be gold on I January 7, 1897, at public auction, at I t . the Court House, Lehi City. Sale to Commence at 2 p. in. on that day to pay the aforesaid delinquent assessment and cost of advertisement and sale. f John Woodhouse, Sec'ty and Collector Lehi Irrigateon Co. i !1 Lehi, Nov. 14, 1890. J 2JAMKS Koof Amt. of Amt. of 1 ' . Curt. Stock TAx I i ' Allred P. II. , 08a 185 ) 10 I Austin George 248b 70 4 00 j Anderson Mons la 180 ' 1125 I. Ailred James 112 105 fj Andorson 15. J. 304b 42 2 20 ' ' Allred Heher 10 1 25 ' ' Andreson...

Publication Title: Lehi Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi banner. — 22 December 1896

BBBBBB BBBBBH BBj - H JTlie IaqIii Banner bbbH tyi 4 H By Tho Lohi Publishing Company M DIRECTORS. B Geo.-'.cik Wi:nn, President. .Tamks IIakwooo, Vice-President. B vW. E. ItAOKlitt, SAMUEL TAYI,6lt, R f " WaijTKK L. AVkjju. ,SV.E.RACKi:n, Sec. nnd Troa. H Walter L. Webb, Editor. BBBH -rr. ' BBhB Sl.SO -A. Yocir. BBVBj NOTICi: OP DlSCONTINDANCr. Tlic Bannkr BBBB is scut to subscribes until nu cxiliclt order is BBBBl received by us, and all payment of arrearages is BBBB made, as required by law The courts iuvarlnbly BBBB held a subscriber responsible to the publisher BBBB for the subscr'ptlon prirc of all papers received BBBB until che paper U paid tor in full up to date and B ordered dlsconiluueil, PAI'ICRS IUJTURNHD B AKK NOT NOTICE OI- DISCONTINUANCE. BBBBj All communicntious should be addressed to BBBBj Tim I.um Banner, Utah County, Utah. B 1 Entered at Lehi City, foUojJlce ' Utah) JW BBBB '( trautportallnn tkmnph trie mails us. tecoiul-chits BBBBJ, BB&BB) MJHI FUBMSIIIXgc B ...

Publication Title: Lehi Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi banner. — 22 December 1896

" - ' : Hewlett Bros. ' tWOT Baking Powclerf" . Three-Crown Ci Three-Crown ' ' SPICES -v I Are ? yE7! .?? FLAVORING ' t J ' BEST iSflMf''?- EXTRACTS, , ' Freah Every Day. gg TRY THEM. J ' Our goods of this brand guaranteed to be the equal to the best on the market Or I monei refunded. I Nebraska Sugar Bounty, !r ',' f Omaha, Neb. Dec. 1U. -A specia), to to' tlio Bee from Lincoln, Neb. aoy: The j ' Supreme court hua decided that the h payment by State Auditor Motire of aomc $40,000 in warrants ior sugar . bounties to the Oxtiard company is J illegal. Tho opinion, written by Com- ' tnisaioner Irvine, was handed down this J afternoon. There was no dissenting opinion filed. The bill passed by the J last session of the Legislature provided lor the payment of live-eights of a cent per pound by the State as a bounty for 7 all sugar made by new manufactories I . started aubsquently to tho passage of tho bill. This bounty was made con- J J tingont upon the manufacturers paying ' lor HUgar be...

Publication Title: Lehi Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi banner. — 22 December 1896

Facts About Sugar H Sugnr was first cultivated in Madeira H Glucose is the sugar produced from Mycoso is a sugar produced from the H ofrye. B Qucrcho is a kind of sdgar found' ,in4 H Mimnitc is that variety of sugar found H ", Tlie sugar ciuio grows from (I to 20 feet B Maple sugar was first made in New B England in 1752. H . f The iirbt sugar mill was erected in B Louibiana in 1058." B "Butter scotch" and ''barber" pole H can always bet-old. H Chemically considered, sugar is n H "licxatcnic alcohol." H Sugars arc divided by chemists into B f artifice.'. Bl , Sugar is found in -parsnips, mrllows B and almost all vegetables.1 f, 'Sorbino is the sugar' found in the B j lorry of the mountain ash. H h' -The bot.xniirnV name of the sugar cano B ' is eacrharuin olHeiiiarum. B Tainted candiesiro generally unheal- B tn.v UI! nu,y ue poisonous. B The sap of the sugar cane produces 1 from 15 to 20 per cunt augur. H . By the yuir 1770 sugar had become a H staple product of Louisiana. H ' The r...

Publication Title: Lehi Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi banner. — 22 December 1896

A I V !tj . , .,! -......, n i.i n fl ST. MARK'S. I SontlruciHB Inspired by mi Oht Church 1 Kfloct of 1'nguo Aluslc. Any old und beautiful church give us all that la most moving and noblest J I organism, beauty, absence of all things ,, 1 momentary smd worthless, exclusion t 1 of grosaneo3, of brute utility and mean ? compromise, equality of all men be- I lore God; moreover, time, eternity the 1 paHt and the great dead All noble churches give us this; how much more, I therefore, says the Contemporary Kc- f 1 view, St. Mark's, which is noblest and 1 most venerablel I It has,, like no other building, been I handed over by man to nature; time 1 molding and tinting into life this etruo lure1 already so absolutely organic, so il lit to live. For its curves and vaultings, Its cupolas mutually supported, the I -weight of each carried by all: the very I color of the marbles, brown, blond, llv i l ing colors and Mil irregular symmetry, 1 flower-like, of their natural patterning, f' 1 are all...

Publication Title: Lehi Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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