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PROVO CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 7 1894
No 291Jol 3 PRICE FIVE CENTS A COPY
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SUCCESSOR
Provo Lumbar ManufacturIDR t BiiilWo o
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
LUMBER DOORS WINDOWS BLINDS AND
MOULDINGS
RUSTIC SIDING TONGUED GROOVED FLOR
ING LATH SHINGLES PAINTS R BUILDERS MA
TERIALS HARDWARE UTAH VALLEY IRON PAINT
LUMBER SAWED AND DRESSED TO ORDER
SCROLL SAWING AND TURNING DONE
COMBINATION WIRE AND SLAT FENCE
We are the only House in town tying the
UTAH VALLEY IRON PAINT
1 A CAR LOAD OF FRUIT BOXES CHEAP
LA 00 SMOOT Jr
Manager
Office and Yard opposite R R Depot
P O Box No 79 Telephone No 20
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Wholesale Grocers
The Merchants of Southern Utah
Especially those of Utah Co will find it to
their Advantage to Trade with
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A SINGLETON Superintendent
IF
AS IT NOW lOOK3o
The Landslide is Against the
Democrats Everywhere
EXCEPT IN THIS COUNTY
It is Safe by an Average Majorty on all
the Candidates of NinetyNine Votes
Provo City Made a Democratic Gain
Lehi Did so Also
The news from the elections except
from our own county is anything but
encouraging to democrats A perfect
republican landslide is reported from
the east The returns are not all in
from the territory but as they come
along slowly from the outlying precincts
they tell the tale that Frankie Cannon
black hair and all goes to congress
with a majority of votes not exceeding
one thousand
It is s ill a question as to which party
will have control of the constitutional
convention the returns so far received
favoring the republicans strongly
The county is ours As complete
returns as can be gotten from this
county is here withgiven
PRECINCTS MAJORITIES
R D
Provo 76
Springville 8
Vlapeton 26
Spanish Fork 97
Lake Shore 31
Benjamin 18
Salem 30
Payson 15
Spring lake 12
Santaquin 74
P V Junction 4
Goshen 20
Fairfield 19
Cedar Fort 25
Lehi i 8
Alpine 26
Holland 11
American Fork 28
Pleasant Grove 36
Vineyard 26
Lake View 9
Proyo Bench 5
Thistle 24
Jlinton 20
Tucker 4 9
Totals 275 383
A checking up of the votes cast for
all the candidates shows an average
democratic majority of 99 This will
be increasuct not reduced Gash for
county attorney and Openshaw for collector
lector however tell under Gashs
majority is not less than 27 and Open
ehaw not lees thaa 50 Spanish Fork
voted pretty heavily for their towns
man Snell who was on the republican
ticket in opposition to Mr Openshaw
The total vote cast for the democratic
nominees for the constitutional conven
tion in the county was 2584 for the re
publican nominees 2521
The vote in Provo was as follows i
CONSTITUTIONAL
D > R
SR Thurman 540
JE ttootu 603
K G Maeser t 567
George Hill 613
E E Corfman 550
J 1J Keeler 608
Edward Partridge 536
JJ Jones 577
Wm Creer 526
R P Snell 618
AJ Evans 532
Geo Webb 616 <
John D Holliday 524
James Chipman 616
Hyrum Lemtnon 531
James T Thorne 616
John S Boyer 531
JS Page Jr 615
Andreas Fnebers 520
J W Vance 615
Geo Cunningham 530
IX It Taylor 616
Jos E Thorne 525
C E Loose 607
TERRITORIAL TICKET
Joseph L Rawlins 539
F J Cannon 615
Thos Griffin 530
James Meikle 623
Israel Evans 531
John G Robinson 623
Peter Greayes 530
C R Lyman 622
COUNTY TICKET
James 0 Bullock 530
Thomas B Parker 625
Beury Reynolds 630
Charles Urewerton 625
James S Peery 528 I
JF Bringhurst 626
EdL Jones 532
WR H Paxman 616
Hyrum F Thomas 532
Don H Coray 593
JamesE Hall 532
Richard Bradabaw 624
Levi Openshaw 534
Geo D Snell Jr 622
John A Brown 578
John W Turner 575
A D Gash 515
Thomas John 631
Evan Wride 551
JD Wadley 622
O II Berg 534
F H Simmons 615 =
Andrew Adamson 529 I
WB Dougall t23 i
PRECINCT TICKET
Jacob Evans 548
Chas DeMoisy 618
Henry Kruger 536
Benj Bacbman 596
Chris Johnson 532
Hyrum Hatton 615
John R Stubs 535
WH Monahan 609
The New House
Returns so far received show mem
bers of She new house representa
tives elected ae follows
TESTIr ONIALS published In
behalf of Hoods Sarsaparilla arS
as reliable and worthy of confidence as
if from your most trusted neighbor i
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Ohio 17 4
Nebraska 4 2
Mississippi 6
California 6 1
Alabama 9
Louisiana 6
Maine 4
Maryland 24
Kentucky 47
Georgia 10
Colorado one populist 1
Arkansas ° 6
Oklahoma 1
Chairman Faulkner of the demo
cratic congressional committee claims
the democrats have carried the next
house He says there will not balmy
Josses in the south which the commIt
tee has not already conceded
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DEMOCRATIC LADIES
Take HeedYour Club Moots in the
County Courthouse on Thursday Hyon
ing November 8th
The ladies of the Womans Demo
cratic club of Provo have not lost heart
> y auy means They intend prosecut
fug the work for whicb the club was
organized with greater vigor than ever
before At the next meeting steps are
to be taken preparatory to a campaign
ot education bein made in the county
Other important business is to be transacted
acted and for these reasons a full attendance
tendance of members is desired The I
meeting will be held in the county
courthouse on Thursday evening next
November 8th In addition to the
special business the following program
will be rendered
Recitation Mrs E A Wedgwocd
Song M BS Nellie Halliday
Reading Mrs Ed L TonoH
Speech Mr A D Gash p
Recitation Miss May Bell Thurman
Funeral of the Dead Monarch
LIVADIA Nov 6 It is officially
stated that the body of the late Czar
after lying In state in the church palace
here will be taken to Yata and from
there conveyed to Sebastopol on the
Russian cruiser Pamy at Merkowia
On the funeral train to Moscow the escort
cort will include Czar Nichols the
Czarian the Czarowitz Grand Duke
George Princess Alix and other mem
bers > of the Imperial family and the
Prince ana Princess of Wales and mem
bers of foreign royal families related to
toe Imperial family of Russia
At Moscow the body of Alexander
iiI will lie in state several days at I
Archangel Cathedral of St Peter and
St Paul At towns where the funeral
train stops on its way to Moscow and
StPetersburg dinnersfor the poor will
be provided at the expense of the Czar
and at each stopping place a requiem
mass will be celebrated
SILVER DOLLARS SCARCE
A Bet Which Proved an Unexpected State
of Affairs In Washington
A party of gentlemen were discussing
the financial conditions a conple of days
ago when one of them remarked upon
the unusual scarcity of silver dollars in I
circulation in Washington Ho stated I
that it was difficult to meet a person
who had a silver dollar in his pocket
whereas a few months ago the cart
wheels were more plentiful than the pa
per securities His assertion was ques
tioned by one of his companions where
upon he remarked that he would be
willing to make a wager of the cigars
to prove it
I will bet he remarked that job
cannot within one hour meet a man
whom you know who has a silver dol
lar in his pocket
The other who had an extremely large
acquaintance eagerly accepted the gage
and took up a position down at the cor
ner of Fifteenth and F streets Every
friend and acquaintance who came along
was requested to exchange a silver dol
lar for four quarters Scores of 1 bills
were pulled out of pedestrians pockets
but the mall with the change wanted
only the dollar of his daddies At the
end of the hour he paid for the cigars
because he found not a man in his quest
who had a hard dollar in his pocket 3
dont know the reason for the scarcity
of such coin but its existence is be
yond doubt Washington Star
The most remarkable meteor on reo
ord in that of Dec 21 1876 which
originated in Kansas glided over Mis
souri to the south of Lake Michigan and
became lost near Niagara falls It ex I
ploded with a report like that of aq
earthquake i
Social Party
The First ward choir will give a
social party in the assembly hall
Thursday evening November 8th 1894
I COMMITTES
On arrangements Uric Johnson
Peter Christensen Ettie Johnson
On invitationSarah Douglas Zina
Beck Gertie Thurman Joa Johnson
Sadie Fletcher Herman Knudsen
On decoration Ellen lohnson Nora
Beck Donold Noble Robert Jones
Music by Jeppersons full quadrille
band Floor Manager Brig Johnson
Tickets 50 cents
Or Prices Cream Baking powae
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Later L t r R Returns
Show the republican majority grow
ing beautifully less
OGDEN
Weber county returns 230 p m
with three small precincts to hear from
Cannon 406 majority
SALT LAKE
Salt Lake county with three email
precincts to hear from Cannon s
majority 1212
MONROE
Republican candidates for delegate to
the constitutional convention 95 dem
ocratic candidates for delegates to the
constitutional convention 82 Cannon
94 Rawlins 82 County ticket repnb
licans 92 j county ticket democrats 84
MORONI
Republican candidates for delegate
to the constitutional convention 108 j
democratic candidates Jor delegate to
the constitutional convention 122
Cannon 107 Rawlins 124 County
ticket republicans 108 j county ticket
democratic 123
MT PLEASANT
Cannon 271 Rawlins 236
And so they come from other pre
cincts the territory is only barely re
publican as declared by the election of
yesterday
The following are the totals of each
county as far as received at Salt Lake
up to 4 p m today
j CANN RAWNS
Beaver 32 253
Box Elder 345 400
Carbon 212 150
Cache 1276 1548
Davis 402 640
Emery 17 3
Grand 7 4
Juab 361 288
Iron 282 155
Kane 282 245
Millard 204 238
Morgan 182 189
Piute 38 23
Summit 845 533
Salt Lake E609 4397
Tooele 400 263
Sevier 494 334
Utah 1890 1737
Sanpete 1121 110
Weber 1490 1119
At Wi gen in New South Wales
about 200 miles from Sydney is a burn
ing mountain one of the most remark
able sights to be seen in Australia It
is 1820 feet in height and is supposed to
be a large coal seam which has in some
unaccountable way become ignited and
has been burning for many years cer
tainly long before the advent of the
white man in this portion of the colony
The course of the fire can be traced a
considerable distance bythe numerous
depressions or chasms occasioned by the
falling in of the ground from beneath
which the opal has been consumed
Smoke is continually issuing from the
sides of the mountain and in the vicin
ity of these openings the surface is hot
and has a dry parched appearance
while sticks thrust into these openings
are very readily ignitedf ri wi1
ti
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MOWLEDSE
Brings comfort and improvement ana
tends tn Tifirsonal etl vment when
rightly use The mangy y + who live he
ter than others and enjoy life more with
less expenditure by more promptly
adapting the worlds best products tr
the needs of physical being will attest
the value to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy Syrup of Figs
Its excellence is due to ito presenting
in the fom most acceptable and pleas
ant to the taste the refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of a perfect lax
ative effectually cleansing the system
dispelling colds headaches and fevers
and permanently curing constipation
It has given satisfaction to millions and
met with the approval of the medical
profession because it acts on the Kid
nets Liver and Bowels without weak
ening them and it is perfectly free from
every objectionable substance
Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug
gists in 50c and 1 bottles but it is man
ufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co only whose name is printed on every
package also the name Syrup of Fig
and being well iclonned you idU set
ts1 bit 1i
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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
NO 1 RED CEDAR SHINGLES LUMBER LATH
MOULDINGS SASH and DOORS PLASTER LIME
HAIR AND ALL KINDS OF BUILDING MATERIAL
SQUARE DEALINGS OUR MOTTO
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All Orders delivered by team to Springville Spanish Fork
and Lake Shore when required
Telephone No 31 P O Box 273 Provo City
FurniturE
CarpetsWall
Wall Paper
Pianos and Organs a
Universal Stoves and Ranges
Crockery and lamps
at TAYLORBROS CO
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Manufacturers of and Dealers in
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Good Treatment Satisfaction Guaranteed
Crain Received on Storage
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