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PROVO CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 261894 PRICE FIVE CENTS A COPY
No 451014
A o SMOOT
SUCCESSOR TO
Provo Lumbof ManutacturinR llfluithO
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
LUMBER DOORS WINDOWS BLINDS AND
MOULDINGS i
RUSTIC SIDING TONGUED GROOVED FLOR
ING LATH SHINGLES PAINTS K BUILDERS MA
TBRIALS 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 Carrying the
UTAH VALLEY IRON PAINT
A CAR LOAD OF FRUIT BOXES CHE a
A OSMOOrJr
Manager
Office and Yard opposite R R Depot
Telephone No 20
P O Box No 79
HOWE TAFT
Wholesale Grocers
The Merchants of Southern Utah
peciailv those of Utah Co wiii find it tO
theindvantage to Trade with
HOWE AFT J
WHOLESALE GROCERS f Provo Utah I
THE PROVO COOP I
IS STRICTLY IT
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WHICH ARE
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Satisfactory In Every Respect
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LADIES OF PROVO
Will Find Every thing Fashionable
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Excellent and Cheap
A SINGLETON Superintendent
The Good Things Life
MAY ALL BE FOUND AT
OUBIDENTAL 8AhOON
JVfaiben Block J Street Provo
None but the Finest Goods Dealt in at
WILSON 8a 2STEIBAUiFt I
fA LIVE VOlGANO
Smoke is Ascending From
Mount Raniel
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PENOYER TO CLEVELAND
The Oregon Governor Writes a Character
istic Letter to President Cleveland on
Christmas OlevelandAeainstDetn
ocracyand Against the People on the
Currency Question
SEATTLE Wash Dec 25lhe Post I
Inelligencer exploration party baa
fully confirmed the previous state
ments that smoke has ascended from
the summit of Mount Earner in the last
two months for the explorers are now I
camped on the sideof the mountain
over half way to the summit and have
actually seen great volumes of smuke
and eyaers of steam pouring from the
crater This news was brought by a
carrier pigeon to Fred S fileekers lot t
at Puyallup
The following is the message
St Emos Pass altitude 8000 feet 12
noon Christmas dayThe exploration
has demonstrated beyond all doubt
that Mount Ranier hae been smoking
y sterdaj afternoon while crossing the
vast mow field dividing the Elyaian
field and Winthrop glacier Major In
graham suddenly shouted See the
smuKe see the steam The top of the
mountain was fully five miles fWY
and jets of steam like gysers shot up
ward 200 feet or more and further to
the right a column ot densely black
smoke rose from the crater in fitful
curls to a height of several hundred
feet
PENNOYER TO CLEVELAND
PORTLAND Ore Dec 25 Governor
euncyer remembered President Cleve
land today by sending him the follow
ne letter
Christmas has again visited our
stricken laud wIll its prostrated in
dustries and its idle thrones willing
but unable to woo jid unwillingly
torced to beg or euffeu Your panacea
a change in the Shermin law and the
tariff has been aelminis e red but there
is no change in the sad condition of our
unfortunate country AftgV two years
ot ruinous jdelay and inismunagement
you have thank heaven at last dis
covered the real trouble although jou
have not proposed the proper remedy
AB you now concede the country needs
more money but it doeej not want the
Worthless stuff you proffer It needs
cold and silver money with which to
pay debts and it does not want bank
rags with which it cannot pay debts
Sixty years ago the democratic party
had a president who defied the banks
in the interest of the people Has it
now a president who defies the people
in the interest of the banks All the
traditions of the party which elected
you ale for gold and silver money and
against bank currency Do you aspire
to furnish an example of treason to
the cause entrusted to your care which
will be without any parallel except
one in all the annalS of American his
tory
Your party in both houses favors
the restoration of silver as standard
money tbe people actually suffering
from the existing prostration of busi
ness favors u and will you not stand
with them in overturning the monome
tallic policy of the British moneyed oli
garchy which is fast degrading our
fair country to the condition of a sub
jugated province and our hitherto free
people to a condition financial serf
dom
Always remembering the unem
ployed multitudes all oVer our broad
and I prey that God may give you
light and strenghth to do the right
I
iiiterary Note
The relation which price bears to
quality in literature is made obscure
by the Christmas COSMOPOLITAN
Stories by lludyard K pling Wm Dean
howells Mrs Spencer Trask M > s
Burton Harrison and Albion W
TDiireei are interspersed with poetry
by Sir Edwin Arnold Edmund Clar
ence Stedman and James Whit oUlb
Riley while through the number are
scattered illustrations by such famous
artists as Remington Toche Reinhart
Turner Van Schaick Gibbon and
Stevens A series of portraits of
beautiful women of society illustrate
an article on The Relations of Pho
tography to Art a travel article by
Napoleon Ney grandson of the famous
Field Marshal one of the series of
Great Passions of History to which
Froude and Gosse have already con
tributed and half a dozeL others I
equally interesting go to make up the
atU actions of the number THE COS
MOPOLITAN people say We might
charge you more for this number but
in all frankness could we give you
better material better illustrated if
we charged you a dollar a copy
I
FOR THURSDAY KlttHT I
Program to be Rendered at the Grand
Concert to be Given in the Provo Taber
nacle Thursday Evening December 27
1894
1 Opening chorus God of Isreal
by Tabernacle Choir
2Quartette by W D Roberts I
B Darton J Allen M Roberts
Uaironetsolo selected by W E
Gilman
48010 by Madame V B Do Loery
5 Refutation The Gladiator by
1rof W E llydalch
6Tenor solo Prof V B De Loery
7 Trio Oh Hear Me from the
opera of Pauline by Miss Ida Jones
Rob Irvine and W i > Roberts
8Selection by the Provo Concert
Orchestra
9Duet by Prof and Mme De
Leery
FinaleChorus by the Tabernacle
choir
Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder
Awarded Gold Medal Midwinter Fair San Francisco
r
Highest of all in Leavening PowerLatest U S Govt Scxcri
oValBakins
U Powder
ASsOLVTEIW 1 RE
DIXIE
tint Tune Err tight Him Close Q HIs old
lXentucky Home
This story is not new It is old in
point of date though not in publicity
It is true however or at least vouched
for as such by a New York man born in
the south And this is the way he told
it in Louisville some time ago
What year was it that Pat Gilnjores
band wfis playing in Madison Square
Garden for the last time It doesnt mat
ter It was the year h fore Gilmores
death anyhow I ought to remember the
date though for one of your Louisville
boys caused me to remember overy in
cident of a certain night that season
Ill tell you all about ic if you like
The question in the New Yorkers
words was drowned in the tone that
vociferated his wish to tell the story
and it was called for by a polite chorus
< II had been to a dinner party and
drifted into the Garden because I was
lonely and had seen everything at the
theaters worth seeing I didnt pay
much attention to the concert and as I
sipped a green mint became interested
in a young man at the table next to
mine I didnt know him then but I
learned afterward that he was a promi
nent young insurance man of Louis
ville Ho had evidently been seeing the
seamy side of Now York for some days
and had held up his end as is the cus
tom of Kentuckians But he had come to
the conclusion that he needed a little
solitude had forsaken his friends and
found the desired loneliness in the
crowded garden Ho picked his steps
with suspicious care as he came in but
the good form of his appearance was
marred only by a wrinkle or two on the
Linen that formed part of his evening
dress The cause of these wrinkles was
apparent when leaving the glass un
tasted before him his head sank and
he fell into a much needed sleep I smil
ed and thought of other things until to
ward the close of the programme the
band began a medley of national airs
It opened with Yankee Doodle
Marching Through Georgia and half
adozen other tunes followed and then
with a brassy rararh tit band started the
air that for aU tinijfwillstart atin
ling very drop of blood in the veins
of a Southern born man The bowed
neck of the sleeping stranger swung
straight and his eyes opened Dazed by
his sudden awakening he looked about
him a moment Then as the strains of
tho music swept upon his ear he sprang
to his feet shot one hand with clinched
fist above his head and in a voice that
echoed from side to side of the big build
ing yelled
Dixie by Gd I
< There was an instant of dead silence
followed by a shout of laughter and ap
plause Gilmore looked around pro
voked and disconcerted and for the first
time that famous band blundered and
the medley continued with little reghrd
for musical accuracy No lobster a la
Newburg was ever redder than that
young man from Louisville as he sat in
iris chair He wished himself a thousand
miles a + ay but he was too game to
run and when first one and then anoth
er employee of the place gathered around
him and told him he must leave this
conversation followed
You must get out of here
H I wont do it
M Youve got to Youve raised a
disturbance here and youll either get
out or be put out
I wont go Im sorry I made any
noise but it will be bad for the first
man that lays hands on mo for oheering
for Dixie
IComel Get out of here
And just then three tables away a
big dark man arose and came toward I
the group From five tables away a lit
tle man with blazing eyes was already
Doming Fivetentwenty men were
coming from this side and that I lost
count of the number but in a moment
the employees around the young stran
ger were no longer in an overwhelming
majority and in low quiet tones in
Whose coolness lay the bulldog growl I
heard
1 Hell not go out
Not until hes quite ready
H Leave the gentleman alone and
leave him at once I
And they left him And the crowd
made Gilmore play that medley three
times And every time Dixie was
reached there was a cheer that made
the roof ring And thats all there is to
my story except that I am going to look
up that young man while Im here be
cause he blotted out ten years of New
York and brought me mighty close to
my old Kentucky home that night
Louisville CourierJournal
There is a curious belief among some
of the colored people of this city Mary
land and Virginia It is no uncommon
sight to see them with a little kiot o
kinky hair right on top of the head tied
up tightly with a bit of string or rib
bon If you ask any of these old uncles
or aunties the meaning of the strange
hairdressing they will say Why hun
ny I does dat to keep my pallet from
falling down my throat and chokin me
Washington Post
Modern Improvements
Schoolboy wearily Whats tho use
of learning all this stuff
TeacherIt is chiefly to cultivate the
memory
SchoolboyDont you think it would
be more sensible to buy a phonograph
Good News
1 D Prices Cream Baking Powder
Worlds Pair Highest Award
I men mace been potent political
factors at the late election in five states
In Colorado Wyoming Kentucky Illi
nois and New York they have turned
the political scale Yet in Kansas and
New York woman suffrage has just
been defeated in part by Republican
votes Of woman in this election it
may be said as was said of her great
examplar Shd saved others Herseli
she could not save But parties like
individuals in the long run become
aware of their own interests Women
are the predestined saviors of our free
institutions and society for le owu
protection will soon arm them with the
ballot Boston Womans Journal
V
ly
t LSD s
Brings comfort and improvement ana
tends to personal enjoyment when
iightly used The many who live be
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 its presenting
= n the form most acceptable and pleas
ant to the taste the refreshing anoltrnly
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
metvith ths JiuJiroval of the medical
profession Decautee it acts on the Kid
neys Liver and Bowels without weak
ening them and it is perfectly free from
every objectionable substance
Syrup of Jigs is for sale by all drug
gists in 50c and 1 bottles but it is man
ufactiued by the California Fig Syrup
Co only whose name is printed on everj
package also the name Syrup rif Fig
and Iseicg rail fsfozaaaci i joa mP sw
Vn 1rj t rT kF P T
MARSHALS SALE
Pursuant to an execution to me di
rected by the District courtof the First
Judicial district of the tfrritory of
Utah I shall expose at public sale at
the front door ot the county courthouse
In the city of Provo county of Utah
and territory of Utah on the 16th day
of January A D 1895 at 12 oclock m
all of the right title claim and inter
est of Geo A Dusenberry and J W
Deal of in and to the following described
scribed real property situate lying and
being in said Utahcountv Utah terri
tory and particularly described as fol
lows towit
Beginning 463 chaiusnorthSOdegrees
52 minutes east and1378 chains north
i degrees east and 1C chains south 89
degrees east of the southweifccorner
he northeast U of section 30 township
7 south of range 3 east Salt Lake
meridian variation 17 degrees 20
minutes east thence south 89 degrees
east 450 chains thence north f degrees
east 1258 chains thence north 68 de
grees west 484 chains thence south 4
degrees west 1432 chains area 6 acres
Also beginning 570 chains west of
the northeast corner of the southwest
U of section township 7 south of
range 3 east Salt Lake meridian thence
west20 chains thence south 55 minutes
west 485 chains thence south 88t de
grees east 20 chains thence north 55
minutes east 529 chains area 1014
acres
Also come encing 1026 chains north
and 5 35 chains east of the southwest
corner of the northeast J section 5
township 8 south of ranged east tnence
north 40 minutes east 15 chains thence
east 40 minutes south 10 chains thence
south 40 minutes west 15 chains
thence west 40 minutes north 10 chains
area 15 acrea
Also commencing 979 chains south
and 555 chains east of the northwest
corner of the northeast M section 5
township 8 south of range 3 east
thence east 40 minutes south 10 chains
thence south 40 minutes nest 5 chains
thence west 40 minutes north 10 chains
thence north 40 minutes east 5 chains
area 5 acres
Also a onefifth undivided interest
in the following described real property
situate lying and being in i said Utah
county Utah territory to wit
The south t of the north t of lot 3
block 13 plat A Springville survey
otherwise described as commencing 51
feet and 7 inches south of the the
northwest corner of block 13 thence
east 260 feet and 3 inches thence
south 51 feet and 6 inches thence
west 260 feet and 3 inches to the
place of beginning area 3906K square
rods Also commencing at the northeast
corner of lot 3 block 13 plat HA
SpringvillB survey thence south 51
feet and 7 inches thence west 12 feet
thence north 51 feet and seven inches
thence east 12 feet Also all of the
south i of lot 2 block 20 plat 11A
Springville city survey of building lots
except a ten foot rightofway off the
east end of said i of lot 2
To be sold as the property of J W
Deal at the suit of the First National
bank Provo a corporation
Terms of sale cash
fat il BRIGHAM U S Marshal
By W O NORBELL Deputy
Dated December 26 1894
LOWLOWER
LOWER
T LOWEST
Dolls TOys
A <
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Xmas Nove ties
Will be Sold
MQnday DO 24 1894
At a
i
Double Discount Price
Call Early and get the Best
ANDREW EGGERTSEN Mgr
234 West Center Street Provo
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FurniturE
CarpetsWallPaper
WallPaper
Pianos and Organs
Universal Stoves and Ranges
Crockery and Lamps >
at TAYLORBROS CO
Provo City lumber Co
W II J ROSS Mir
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
NO 1 RED CEDAR SHINGLES LUMBER LATH
MOULDINGS SASH and DOORS PLASTER UMB
HAIR AND ALL KINDS OF BUILDING MATERIAL
SQUARE DEALINGS OUR MOTTO
Hard l Times Prices s
All Orders delivered by team to Springville Spanish Fork
and Lake Shore when required
Telephone No 31 P O Box 273 Provo Cit
rOID RollefMill
u
AI O SMOOT Proprietor
Successor to Provo Milling Company
OFFICE OPPOSITE U P DEPOT
Manufacturers of and Dealersain
CHOICE AND
BRANDS MILL G
OF FLOUR f FEEl
Good Treatment Satisfaction Guaranteed
Grain Received on Storage Free Corn Sheller
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