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H ng337 -WoTT - PROVO CITY, UTAH TUESDAY. DECEMBER 10 (895 5 PRICE FIVE CENTS A COPY H
H AN ORDINANCE
9k To Provide for the Grayel-
fflB ing of the Sidewalks in
H Graveling Districts No. 1,
HE No. 2 and No. B.
B Sec. 1. Be it Ordained by the
B City Council of 1'rovo city, that
1H che three sidewalk graveling difi-
SH t-icts heretoiore established by
K the City council, known aB. Giaveling
! ' Districts No. 1, No. 2 and Ko. 3, couie
fB -within the purview and meaning of
IB this ordinance, the boundaries of saia
;K districts being as follows: The side-
iHl walks on J street from First to Fif-
R teenth fitrest. Seventh street from A
H to ( street, and E street from First to
fK Twelfth;street, comprise diBtrict No. 1.
MB K, L, JM and N streets, from Third to
H Fifteenth street, and all streets run-
H nine east 4roinJ to N Etreec comprise
lH! district No. 2. All streetB running
H north end south between J and E
H Dtreotfi, and all -streets running east
H and west trom First to Twelfth, both
B inclusive except Seventh street, com-
fl prise J 5 strict No. S.
H .See. 2. A tax, not to exceed Sir
B Thousand uollars, is hereby levied on
Hj the real estate JyhiK and being within
H the limits of said sidewalk eraveline
K aistnets, for-the purpose of graveling
H -with mountain gravel and otherwise
B rupau-Uigthe sidewalks in the aboye
K named districts.
B Sec. 3. The assessment for gravel-
HHI ide purposes shall be according to the
H front rod, or traction thereof abutting
R upon tho sidewalk to be improved, and
H the amount of assessment shall be cal-
B culatedon each rod of sidewalk ac-
H cordmg'lo the estimated need thereof,
fl Provided; that the aggregate tax shall
H be withm-the limit herein named.
H Sec. 4. The City Recorder or bis
H deputy snail list and aEsess the pro-
K perty according to the provisions of
Hj this ordinance, stating the name of
H the owner, or it unknown there so
H elating, and giving the number of lot
H and block, and name of plat and nuin-
K ber ot rods, or fraction thereof, oheach
Hp lot and piece of ground fronting the
6 Bidewalks, and the amount of tax leyied
H Sec. 5.-After the bat is made up
B and-the aseeBsment approved by the
3H -' CllyCouncil, notice shaUbo given in.
K someluewBpyigr completion
K "BnillBr,10f not leuKSC-eC. -conae-
H cutive daya, and from the date of
B the first, publication of said
B notice, nd during the time specihed
Hj therein the said liBt shall be open to
H pubhe inspection, and any person or
i persons feeling themselves aggrieved
B shall haye a hearing belore the said
H Council. Notice shall be giyen of the'
Bj time when the City Council shall sit to
H hear grievances and complaints of
H errors in assesement.
H Sec. 6. Tne Supervisor of Streets is
H hereby constituted the collector of the
HHj tax asbessed by this ordinance. Upon
H receipt,by him of the corrected tax lifct
H he snail furnish to each property
SH tax-payer owning real estate within
H the Baid sidewalk graveling district,
B or leave at his residence or usual place
H of busmesB, or mailed to his address, if
B known, a notice of the tax assessed
B against him, and w hen end where pay-
H able, and when delinquent, and what
H portion thereof may be paid in gravel,
H and when the said tax is due he shall
B proceed to collect the assessment and
H to enforce the payment of such por-
Hf tl0n thereof as may become delinquent
H m the manner provided by the laws of
H the Teiritory, and the ordinances of
VM Provo City fur the collection of city
B general tax.
Hj Scc.7. The City Supervisor of Streets
HE enali be responsible on his bonds for
H the faithtui performance of hia duties
Hj us collector of any and all taxes as-
j sessea and collected under the proyis
B ions of this ordinance.
B Sec. S. All taxeB assessed under
H the provisions of this ordinance shall
H be due and payable on the third day of
B December, A. D. 1S95, and any and all
l taxes remaining unpaid on the first
B day of April, A. D. 1S96. shall be
BB deemed delinquent.
HB Sec. 9. The tax assessed under the
B provisions of this ordinance may be
H paid in whole or in part in mountain
B gravel, at the option of the taxpayers,
K at the rate of fifty cente per load, of
not less than one cubic yard, delivered
on the sidewalk where the same is to
B be ueed.
B glPaeEed this 3d day of December,
JBH A. Dm 1895.
H Job. B. Tveeler,
H President of the City Council.
B Attest: JohnD. Dlxon,
B City Recorder.
K Approved this 4th day ofjDecem-
B ber, A. D. 1895.
H Lafayette Houmoos,
H Mayor of Proyo City.
B Teruitohy of Utah, )
H Utah County, ss.
H Pkovo City. )
B I. JonQ D. Dixion, Eecorder in and
Hj for Provo City, Utah County, and
B Territory of Utah, hereby certify that
B the foregoing is a full, true and correct
ccpy of an ordinance entitled ''An
B Ordinance to Provide for the Gravel-
H ing of the Sidewalks in Graveling
H Districts No. 1, No. 2 and No. 3,"paascd
H by te City Council of Provo City,
B December S, A. D. 1895
HB In testimony whereof 1 have horeun-
H to affixed the seal ot Provo
H seal City, this 4th day of De-
H cember, A. D. 1895.
B Jomf D- Dij:0Nt
H Qity Recorder.
B I s tag J a 3 i yy y isysii
Mayor Holbrook's Election
Certificate & Bond Med.
BUILDING OF WEIE DAM
And Brldff3 Across Provo Blver Proposi
tion Abandoned and Left .for Incoming
Oouaoll to Oope With Other blatters of
Olty Business Transacted.
All members of the city council were
present at laBt night's session. The
following business was transacted:
Certificate of election, together with
bond of $1,0C0 ' 0 signed by Geo. S. Tay
lar and Alex. Hedquist jr., of Mayor
Holbrouk was received, accepted and
Tho sum of $4 95 city tax assessed
againet the estate of Christian Nielsen
estate, making whole tax "against es
City tax of Pearl Ewing. an orphan,
and minor was remitted ; also of Eliza
beth Hooks, and of Sarah McDaniel
and of Louisa Cochran. Petition of
Margaret A. Snow for remittance waB
referred to committee on finance for
The sum of ?5.00 was abated from the
city tax assessed against the Charles
D. Miller estate.
A change in the grade line of C
street between Ninth and Eleventh
was established , raising the grade at
the north line of Tenth street six inches
and continuing tho desceading grade
from Eleventh street through the
point as established by the 6-inch raise
at the north line of Tenth street to an
intersection with the present estab
lished grade from Ninth Etreet north at
the crossing ol tho tail race of Tan
ner's mill. This waHone upon sue:
gest'on of City Engineer Searle, who,
while making the report stated that on
petition of tbe property owners he has
taken levels for establishing grades on
E.eventh and Ninth streets from C to
the center of tho block between A and
B and on B from the center of the
block between Ninth 'and Tenth to
Tne resolution to construct weir dam
'g'fiTAU.iadfia across Provo river near
will be Tem6int)erol.u.ii,vIJHai
' brook objected to proceeding with the
work, his chief reason being the in
clement weathur and prospects and
jUBtico of getting canal companies in
terested to assist in the work and pay
a portion of the expence. A commit
tee of the council met ith the county
court and expressed a willingness to
join in a contract providing for the
city to build te dam and bridge for
the sum of $1,025.00 and work of build
ing approaches to bridge. Tney rec
ommended that the council enter into
this contract and that recommendation
was adopted by the council. This
adoption was taken back and the re
port of the committee was tabled. The
incoming council may take it up and
contract with the county court and
canal companies and build the wier
dam and bridge in the spring.
The city treasurer was instructed to
furnish the members of the incoming
council with copies of the compiled or
dinances. Claims amounting to SP3.33 were al
lowed and the various amuunte appro
priated. A claim of .$80 00. expense in
making new suivey of the city for
official plat, was presented without be
ing properly O. Iv.'d. This bill was
referred bacn and council adjourned
for one week.
D? Price's Cream Baking Fowdlsr
END OF AN OLD THEATER.
A Staffo oa TVlilch the Booths Acted tt
Sialic Way For n Turnlturo Store
Tho Richmond theater, the oldest
playhouso in this city and one of tha
oldest in tho country, will very probably
in a few days bo converted Into a f urni
Somo of tho greatest actors this coun
try ever produced bogan their career
upon tho etagoof tho Richmond theater,
nd it was at ono timo the home of tho
best stock company in thoUnited Slates
of which John Wilkes Booth was a
member. Tho late Edwin Booth and
William Florence both bogan their ca
reers on this stage, and Creston Clarke,
a nephew of Booth, made his first ap
pearance at this theater.
Before tho war it was known as the
Marshall theater. In 1 SG2 it was destroy
ed by fire and was rebuilt, tho materials
being brought through tho blockade.
Tho scenery for tho new building was
brought from England. Tho building is
now out of repair and unfit for a place
of amusement, though it has been con
ducted as such up to tho present time
Kate Field says she thinks that Worth
made for her tho only dross that ho evei
inado of Amoncan material. She took
him a pieco of American satin for tho
purpose, and at first he refused point
blank to touch it. "The mauufanture
at Lyons would nover forgive r o," ho
said. "They would accuse me of treach
ery. " But uveLTially Miss Field's par
.suasion prevailed. Worth was exceed
ingly frank to his customora "Choose
hat color if you like, " he said one day
to a rich American woman, "but you'll
look like a fright, and your hnsbauo
will refu?o to nay tho hilL '
The U. S. Gov't Reports
show Royal Baking Powdes
jesper&y to mil &th&s
trie FALSE MUSCLE INDUSTRY.
Shapely Caircs Qlade to Order JTo US
cclists la Velsli factories.
There is one department of industry
which, by the general admission ot
those engaged in it, is exempt from tha
stagnation which so largely prevails.
Indeed it is in a remarkably flourishing
etate, and the men and women employ
ed at it are kept busy from morning tJ
night. It is that which deals with the
supply of artificial sinews and musclea
in order to give to limbs the plumpness
and symmetry which nature has denied.
The great demand at the present tirns
is for well shaped oalves for tho legs,
and for eome time the purveyors ol
theeo or?bellishnients could not makt
out wb so many of them were wanted,
beoause the requirements of tho ladies
of the ballet and burlesque actresses are
piitty much the same all tho yeaj
round, and thero was nothing going on
to occasion an unusual request ur tha
But they have now found out tho rea
son. They nre required by lady cyclists
who wear knickerbockers, and who,
naturally enough, desire to exhibit ta
mankind the limbs which are not cov
ered by these bulky garments in at
shapely and attractive a form as possi
ble. Tho stuffing required for this pur
pose must be of the best kind, and it it
also necessary that the mold should bo
well fitting; otherwise the lady cyclist
would become a kind of scarecrow on
wheels instead of a thing of beauty
The articles, therefore, cost more than
thn ordinary calves, and it may accord
ingly be said that tho latest fashion
among women not only encourages cycle
making, but also aids the artistic up
holstery of the human figure in th
hichtjst farm Cardiff Wales Mail
new oexsry op to .juto
In New Jersey the governor has sign
ed a bill admitting women to tho prac
tice of law. The bill was presented by
Assemblyman Drake of Jersey City on
behalf of Miss Mary Philbrook, who se
cured the names of 00 lawyers in ita
pr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
wi'ji !? Hte&g$.&dA3 and Dloloma.
A Child Enjoys.
The pleasant flavor, gentle action and
soothing effects of Syrup of Figs, when
in need of a laxative, and if the father
or mother be costive or bilious, tbe
most gratifying results follow its use;
so that it is the best family remedy
known, and every family should have
h bottle on hand.
ggiECULiAK in combination, pro
a portion and preparation of ingredi
ents,Hood's Sarsaparilla possesses great
curative value. You should TRY IT.
,J' -" f Notice?'8' x"v
"-A-t a.jtr.ootlng o the oilyootir.il ituld
Tuesday, December 3, A. D. 1S9 the
time of hearing grievances and to cor
rect errors in assessment of graveling
sidewalks in GravehnE Districts "No. 1,
No. 2 and wo 3, was extended until
TuesdBy, December 10, 1895 at 7
o'clock p. m. at the Council chamber.
Said list is in the bands of the City
Recorder and open to inspection until
By order ot Provo City Council.
John D. Dixon,
Dated December 4, 1895.
Ballard's ilorehouud Syrup.
We guarantee this to be the best
Cough Syrup manufactured in the
whole wide world. This is saying a
great deal, but it is true. For Con
sumption, Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat,
Sore Cheot, Pneumonia, Bronchitsi.
Asthma, Croup, Whooping Cough, and
all disaases of the ThroatandLungB.we
positively guarantee Ballard's Horehound
Svrup to be without an equal on the
whote f Ace of the globe. In support of
this statement we refer to every in
diyidual who has ever used it, and to
every druggist who has ever sold it.
Such evidence is indisputable, Sold
by Smoot Drug company.
Parties wanting Oregon Strawberry
PlautB can arrange for them by calling
on us within the next eight days.
O. F. Deckkk & Co.
AN laiPOKTAKT OFFICE.
To properly fill its office and func
tions, it is important that tha blood be
puio. When it is in such a condition
the bodv is almost certain to be
healthy." A complaint at this time is
catarrh in some of its various forms. A
sluht cold develops the disease in the
head Droppings of corruption pass
ing into the luneB bring on consump
tion. The only way to cure thiB dis
ease is to purify the blood. The most
obstinate caseB of catarrh yield to the
medicinal powers of Hood's Saraapar
illaasifLy magic, simply because it
reaches the seat of the disease, and by
puniying and vitalizing the blood, re
moves the cause. Not only does Hood s
Sarsapauila do this but it gives re
newed vigor to the whole svstem.mak
mg it possible for good health to reign
The World's Fair Tests
showed no baking powder
so pure or so great in leav
The iirbt quorum of elders will meet
every Tuesday evening in the vestry of
the Fourth Ward meeting-house at 7
It. E. Ibvink, President.
Tbe Capital City Commercial Col
lege has a card in this paper offering
instruction free to a number of per
sons. Did vou read it?
Eegular dancing at the Southwoith
halt every Friday evening, commenc
ing October 11th, next. The very best
of ball room music will be in attend
ance. All are invited. Tickets 50c.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powdte
Highest of all in LeayenmPower.---Latest U. S. Gov't Report
Change ot Time, j
Begining Sunday Nove'mber xVcUhe
Union Pacific passenger triin fd all
points south will leave Provo &s-2p a.
m. instead of 8:55 a. m.; train fqthe
north will Ieaye at 4:05 p. m. instdd of
2:50 p. m. This tralu will makejlose
connection at Salt Lake with theffast
train for Denver, Omaha, Kansajaity,
Chicago and St. Louis. If you r c go
ing east secure your tickets a the
Union Pacific. Gr, W. CrIs.
I'm Goinp; a-ililking", Sir, Bli Said.
Where are you going, my pre'ttJmaidV
To buy a niano. sir, Ehosaid.y
And which like you best, mi pretty
maid? A ,
The silver-toned EMERS( sir,
she said. 11
And where can you find one, myaretty
At Taylor Bros. Co., sir, Bhasad.
There the EMEESON stands, 1
'Tis the best over made, 7 1
And no other I'll buy, Mj
Though you aed me. she saidi t
On November J8th the E. dkj. will
make the following changes in time of
trains at Proyo :
Train No. 2 from Salt Lake will ar
rive at 9:30 a. m. ; train 2To. 'J from
east will arrive at 10:55 and wjl not
stop between Provo and Salt Lake
city. Tram No. 6 for Sanpete will
leave at 2:55 p. in. or one hour earlier
than on old time; train No. 5 for Salt
Lake will depart at 3:58 p. m. All
other trains same as belore.
Any person making purchases at
Howe & Taft'a aggregating Si5.'00 will
be given free a large crayon portrait
of themselves or aoy member of their
family. You will not have to pay a
foe to have agents notify you and you
will get a picture from the best artists
i.i the world. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Ballard's Sno-v Liniment.
Mrs, Hamilton, Cambridge, Ills.,
eays: I had tbe rheumatism oo oad I
conld not raise my band to my head.
Ballard's Snow Liniment has entirely
cured me. I take pi easuren inform-
lor Lay & Layman, Kewne, rlls., ad
AiBes us Snow Liniment cared him of
Eheuraatism. Why not try it? It
will Burely do you good. It cureB all
Inflammation, Wounds, Sores, Cuts,
Sprains, etc. Sold by Smoot Drug
For saie Old papers gat 25 cenvs
per hundred. Apply to tho business
ifllca of Thk Dwpatoh.
Kotice to Tax Pavers.
For the collectionof 1895 taes my
office will close on the evening of Sat
urday November 23.
The names of persons owing taxes
unpaid after that date will be publish
ed according to law entailing addi
Collector for Utah County.
A Sound Liver Manes a Well Man
Are you Bilious, Consipated or
troubled with Jaundice; Sick Head
ache, Bad Tasto in Mouth, Foul
Breath, Coated Tongue, Dyspepsia,
Indigestion, Hot Dry Fkm, Pain in
Back and between the shouldeis, Chills
and Fever, &c. Jf you have any of
these symptoms, vour LWer is out of
order, and your blood i slowly being
poisoned, because your .Liver does not
act properJv, Hekbine will cure any
disorder of" the Liver, Stnmack or
Bowels. It has no equal as a Liver
Medicine. Pric8 75 cents. Free trial
bottles at Rmoot Drua company,
IJlllll in, rTffMt..ri.-tttm-wjwmu-iii a
Both the method and results when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
gently yet promptly on tbe Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and cuios habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is the
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to the taste and ac
ceptable to the stomach, piorapt m
its action and truly beneficial in its
effects, prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable Btibtances. its
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made it the most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50
cent bottles by all leading drug
gists. Any reliable diuggist who
may not have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it. Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA Fffi BmUP &k
SM f&JS&Svtf, 041.
J. H. W0RSLEY
Has opened "up a fiistclass shop one
half block south of the Roberts hous8
where formers and public generally
can get their work done at living
ALT. JKINUS OF
WAGON WORK, BLACKSMlTHINPi
AND HORSE SHOEIHO.
FABM as325aJCE TAKES.
MOKE NOT KEFaJSKB.
HpoI Mnfinun! Bon
PITSl iiilOidl Mil
W, E. Pike, President.
S. S, Jones, Vice-President.
D. A. Swan, Cashier.
J. C. 6baha3I, Geo. Q. Cannon,
Geo. Taylor, S. S. Jones,
E. F. Sheets. W. E. Pirb,
D. A. Sty AX,
General Banking business
Exchange drawn on tw York, Ohi
cago, San Francisco, and all the
Principal Cities of Europe.
Saftv deposit hoses for rent at ?3 dst
spunm, and rawH.
rirC Course by Mail
ll" K iL.Il with the
jfgsEaggg Capital City
I Commercial Collesjej
I CO ADVERTISE OUE COLLEGE
Wc-willplvo a thorough course of in
-- structlonJn-tlotiWo and r initio entry
fj ' TJooIc-koopirvr' find GommnreialAlIth
f motic by mall. Free oraharge.-to-B I
t limited numbor of persons. Ihle
I course will bo completed in forty les-!
H sons. No charge for Diplomas, i
IpAPITAIi pOMELERCTAL I
UlTy UOLLEGB. I
I P. O, DEAWEK TOPEKA, KAS I
O. K, YOUNG,
Shop one half block, north of County
p " - Frov.
How mIae Fortune
100 for every 10 invested
can lie made ly ournew
SYSTEMATIC PLAN OF
$10 OO and moro mtide daily on amall in.
vestments, by many poisons who live away
All wo ark is to investigate our new and
original mothods, Past -norkings of Dion
and highest references furnished . Our Book
let "Points & Hints" how to make money oven
when on tho -wrong side of tho market and
other information sent FREE.
Gilznore & Oo., Bankers and Brokers,
Open Board ot Trade Bldg., Chicago ill,
E STRAY NOTICE. 1 have in my possession
tho following deacrined animals Im
pounded as estrajs, or for trespass:
Ono white face .yearling ho'for. crop and
slit in left ear, under and upocr slope and silt
in right ear, no brands visible.
One red yearling steor, brand resembling
sTTE"aon right shoulder but not legible
Swlth haltunder crop in lottear and
If damage and co3ts on said
animals bo not paic. within ton
dajs from dato of this notice they will
be sold to tho highest cashbidder at Spanish
Tork city pound at3 o'clock on tho 12th day
of DecemBer, 1893.
Dated at Spanish Pork city, Utah County,
Territory of Dtah, this 3 'day of December
Rees D. James,
Poundkeenor of said city.
E STRAY NOTICE. 1 nave In mv dosscs-
I pion tho following described animal im
pounded as eatray.or lor trespass :
Ono bay horse colt, about 3 years old, white
s rip in tho face, threo whito feet, branded
box bran j onlett thigh.
It damage and costs on said animal be not
paid within 10 dajs from date of this no
tice it will bo sold to the highest cash bidder
at the estray pound at 1 o'clock p. m., on the
Htn day of December, 1895.
Dated at PI asant Grove city, Utah county
territory of Utah, this 4th day of Nov
Poundkeaner of bhI rt Oit"
Sninc, Boiler and ISicycle
StOpnirs. SSoiler Fines avoid
ed or replaced ivith Now Ones
Iron and Brass Castings.
H.STAGG.Mgr, Provo oity,
There is a whole lot of sound H
and solid reason why the H. H. H
Singleton Clothing company have
so qniekly crawled to the front. H
It wasn't blind luck. Oh no! Here jH
are some of the Bargains that have jB
made them popular. 9
200 Men's and boys Suits now on
sale in ten different patterns H
at $2.50 per suit. jH
A SINGLETON, Supt.
No Time to Talk. Right to the Point B
60 doz. white unlaundred. shirts, any length of sleeve jSfl
and size neck, New York mills muslin, continuous H
seams with gussets, value 60 cts. they go three for $1,00 - jH
40 doz. laundried shirts, made as above, value $1.00, they H
go for 50c. H
22 doz. Men's Stiff Fedora Hats, value $1.75, they go tor $1.00 !
WE HAVE PUT IN STOCK THE " jfl
Riveted buttons, sewed with silk, double knee and seat. jH
We have the best line of BOY'S SHOES ranging in price H
from $1,25 to $2.00, jH
EVERY PAIR GU&R&MY EBB,
These Prices Prevail Until iiie Expiration of this Ad, I
CPS-illissJA 'flllllP Wave .Just liecei red a liigr Line of EH
The Best on earth, Call and see them, H
Also carry a complete Stock of fl
Hardware, Cutlery, Stoves and Tinware. 1
Wagon Timber and lumbers Sup- jH
piles, Quns nd Ammunition. Cuns IH
to rent- jH
L D. WATERS, Manager.
JTSTItEE'r, ------ PliOTO, WTA.JS. IB
Everything In Season at Lowest Figures. H
The Good Things of Life- I
MAY ALL BE FOUND AT H
IkLaiben JBlooJc, J Street, JProiro, H
None but the Finest Goods Dealt in at H
Wii-jS03sr k 2st:e3Ibtt:r.'3