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Hblopted by the Democratic
B State Convention, In S,alt
m Lake City,. Septom
H bcr 14, 1898.
L'lio Democrats of Utah by their del
jktes in convention nsscuib'cd, do-.
Kro nuow their nlloglanco to tlio
cmocratlo party of Oio Nation, and
Vr. tlio grant ossonllal )irlnciplcs of
jorty which that party, uioro than a
iMintAtry ago, was organized to piornoto
H Wo roafllnu tho principles declared
Ha tbo Doruoorntlo platform, adopted
Hi Chicago hi 1800. Tlio imporutlvo
Hocosslty of tho uso of both gold and
Hiker for tho purposes flf money
Hbroughout tho world, Is gouorally con
Hdud. Tho uso of both is essential to
tho wolfnro and hnpplnoes of mankind.
Who co-catnbllshnicnt of suish .use la of
Huch Vital importance, that no ordi
nary difficulty should bo pornilttod to.
StaiuMn tho way of Itttjlttnlnujont. It
Hs generally Acknowledged that with
out both gold and sllvur, pooplti must
ink in tho ecalo of happiness and civil
Bzatlon. They must languish in poverty."
HlMicy must contlnuo to struggle In vain
Bo better their condition. Thoy must
Boll on without even tho hopo of ado
Hiunto reward. Yut It Is said that for
Hhlsjporvivfllng, llagrant wrong, thoro
Hs and can bo no remedy, without the
Hxld and consent of thoso who nro, and
Rvlll nmnln deaf to all appeals for ro
Hlcf. Is it true thut at this llmo thcro
Hb a right which cannot' bo made to
Hirovall? wrong for which there Is
Hio rouictly? Ilnvo tho maxims of our
H'aco proven false? Thcro Is a remedy.
Hit Is declared in tho national platform
Hoi the Democratic party, to .which wo
How doclaro our Btradfust devotion.
Hi'lKit rornedy la tho ouactmont of a law
Hby the Congress of tho United Stales,
providing for tho frco and unlimited
Hcolnago of both gold and silver at tho
Hratlo of 1U to 1, without waiting for tlio
Haiti or consent of other nations, such
consent being notoriously Imposslblo
to obtain, nud Unit such coin boa log.il
Htondor In p.iymout of rill debts both
Tho Democratic party extends a cor
jmAhil Wtilcomo to all those persons who
Hhavo heretofore ndliorod to other or-
gaulzntlous, but who have scon tho
insincerity of tho professions of their
former political associates, to tho
Hciusoof btm.utalism. They have had
thocoumgo and honesty to surrender
their previous relatlous nud Join hands
Hwltii the great Democratic party to
Hbring about tho triumph of this ull-lm-Hiiortunt
H Tho war With Spain wno nocessary
Band Inevitable If tho nutlntr was to
havo any regard or tho protection of
Hits citizen?, aud tho .ml.ross of wrongs
Hand outrages ou tbo part of Spain,
H which had bocoino Intolerable. livery,
consideration of Justice and humanity
Kclcrnaiided quick and decisive action.
Hsdco. was tho demand of tho Amurlcan
Hpeople. Yet after this cOudltiou bo
Hcamo known for months a Republican
Bndrujnlstratlon hesitated, and In weak
H docs sought to avoid the responsibility
Hgrowlug out of this most important
H crista After resorting to various de
Hvlcos and docoptlvQ representations, it
jHwns at length compelled through tho
Hpatrlqtla efforts of ypemoerutlo mem
H bors of Congress and an array of public
sentiment to favor a declaration of
B war. Through tho skill, willlnguoss,
m sacrifice and heroism of tho army and
B tho navy of tho United States, tho war
B has been waged to a triumphant and
S glorious conclusion.
Tho Congress of tho United, States
Band tho cntho people, of tho country
did not wish to sparo tho money or
efforts necessary to provide our sol
dlcrs and sailors with everything nocd
ful for their health, comfort and wol
faro, Their request fbr.suppllcs was
Bmet by Iho action of Congress prompt-
pVy and to tho fullest limit of tho ro
Kiuwst. Notwithstanding this, it is to
ho chagrltPof tho Nation that through
PPjpnlltk-al corruption or Incompotenuy
Hpf Uio Republican administration, our
Holders nud sailors have not boon
HHulllckutly provided for. Seemingly
H10 fgard has boon paid fo tho. coinli
jBion 0f Ui6lr jjoajth. Through tho!
"dirs of thMVnr dopuftmoiil tiioyi
PBfayu beep kept at places. ivlleu.bccaW
Vfr'litble pfb hobs, until they wero
o stricken with luingor and ilUenso,
tlmt if thoy wore wiled nivm to rondot
the eervlcd for Whtdh they woro 0n
ifstcd, thoy would ba found physically
unable to rexpond.
The pcoplo of the United States hold
to a rigid account those persons who
mhy be found responsible fdr this con
dition, which discloses that thoy worn
worse enemies to, tho country thun
thoso against whom our bravo soldiers
and seamen wore ready to go fortli to
do battle. i"
To the odlcers and men who volun
teered from tho Stnto nf Utah and who
have, whcjrov.cr an opportunity has
beou afforded, ns in tho battlo of
Manila, so bravely upheld tho honor of
our country, tind goTiornl credit of our
Stato, wo extend all praise, and fully
assure them that the universal feeling
Is that tho futuro" has no roward too
good for Vhoni. " ' '
- -v cOuIty.
Adopted by Utah County Con
vention, at Provo, Sep
tember 7, 1898.
VLATFOUU AND IimOLUTIOKS.
Tho Democratic party of Utah coun
tyi by Its authorized delegates In con
vention assembled,, submit tho follow
ing declaration of principles:
1 Wo reaffirm, and endorse tho
Democratic jthittorm adopted by tho
National Democratic Convention at
Chicago In WOUphnd especially thut
portion of said platform which dcclarod
In favor of tho froo and unlimited
coinage of sllvcrcqunl with gold at
the ratio "of to to I. Tho warfaro bo
toon tho money iowr of the world
and tho ninescs of humanity is still on.
the Ifhuo Is as Important now, nnd
in urn Imtmrtntit, than It ivttS In 1803. It
Is nud must continue to bo a conflict
between grinding monopolies on tho
ono h'and nnd the down-troddon masses
on tho other, .until, by tho mighty
volco of tho pcoplo nt tho ballot box, It
shall Jinvo been solllod, aud sottlcd
right. This is tho 'paramount Issuo
before tho pcoplo. It has hlthorto
been in the Statu of Utah a quostlon
upon which all of tho political parlies
agreed.- ltcccrilly, hovovcr, by ..the
use of Juggling words and mcanlngloss
torm, calculated only to obscuro tho
vital question and bofog tho Issue, tno
Republicans of Utah, with many hon
orablo exceptions, In violation of their
solemn pledges and promises to the
poople, havo talton ft hackwnrd stop In
tho progress of tho light until It has
becomo Imposslblo to regard them any
longer In any other light than as tho
friends of gold and enemies of silver.
The only trim frlonds of any question,
aro thoso who tight for lis triumph,
and fight to win. Such Is tho attitude
of tho Democratic party towards tho
froo and unlimited colnago of silver
equal with gbhl.as a money of ultimate
' 3 Tho Democrats of Uth county
aro proud of tho results of tho war
with Spain. "Wo aro nono tho less
proud of tho fact that Domocratfc San
ators and Repro3outatlvos in tho Con-
grcsl) of tho Unltod States by uncoas
Ing agitation, -)plto' of a formidable
opposition by Kepubllcan loadors cre
ated a publla seuttmont io tho country
which , forced and compollcd a reluct
ant ilopubllcan Administration to
dcolnro vvnr. fl. dcolarailon which not
only, tho distinction of tho "Maluo"
was arranged, but liberty and. the op
portunity of onligiitoncd freo govern
ment was extended to an oppressed
and down-trodden people.
'3 Wo renftlrai our n,dheronco to tho
doctrine of equal suffrage, and aro
proud of that provision of tho Consti
tution of thet.Btnto of, Utah, by which
equal siUlrngcjls guaranteed without
regard to tno distinction of sex; iuid
wo declare that that provision of tho
Constitution, and tho laws made in
pursuance thereof should bo glvon tho
fullest pos?lbo"crrec; and iho absolute
right of women to v'ot'o unci hold otllco
should bo uphold and maltaluod.
4 Wf) congratulate tho. pcoplo of
Utah county,'" nud "tho Democratlo
party therein uuon the clean, frugal
and honest fUUinhtlstration sdt, tbe
coonty govoruiiienl;' hv the olllcors
elected In 1800. Tho county govern
ment has bcuu administered and eon-,
diiclcdjn thf (htbrostl tho cltlzeiifi
and tho taxpayers and for tho oubjfo
gcLj..- "V thlrofOvastltcrsprescit-
alives of tbo pnrtv tn vhm sain
officer owo tlielr olfrtion, Uea lily en
dorse, and approve tho mrinnor lrt
which thoy hovo dlwiinrgml their trust
hnd bespeak for thorn tlio sincere grat
itude of tho pcoplo of Utah county.
Tho homo missionaries of Utah Stake
aro appointed to proaoh on. Sunday
September 23, 1808, nt tho wartladoslg
tinted! 6UTU DISTJUOT. r ..-
Georges. Taylor... i
Alfred Sftxoy.. ..... Provo 1st ward
A. C. Soreltson. .... I'rovo Sd ward
W. II. Dusonborry. " ;
(). II. Itorg Sprlngvlllo.
t r. i.-.t
M. L. Nolson....... Oakland
John C. Graham.,.
James O. KiuidSon, Mnplcton
Chilrlos D. Evans..
Nphl PacUard Spanish Fork .
Myron Tanuer ,-
Charles ilurrows... Thlstlo&Olinton
Martin S. Perry. . . Salem
, James Larson Pnyson 1st ward
lfnfnu 1 nnll
Fredrick Lowls.... Pnyson 2d ward
Joseph A. Itccso... Spring Lako
Clans O. llahr
Andreas Engberg. . Benjamin
Henry E.Oarduor.. Lake Shoro
Wm.S. Tannor .... (
Lovl A. Colvlu. . . . Santaquln
Wm. II. Allen
E4w. Thomas Goshen
Wiii. L. Oponshaw.
Eph. TIctzon Knlglil'yillp
MOUXU DISTJUOT. ',-
J. W. Uean
John E. llooth Provo. 3d ward
A. J. Evans........ ! .
Wm. K. Rackcr. . . . Proyo'4th ward
I. It. Vnnco
Josoph E. Moylo.... Lake VIow
llurt'oy Clult. ...... TImpanogus
Wm, D. Lowls. . . . Pleasant View
Theodore Farley... (
Ray Wentz PI. G'vo 1st ward
Ed w. South wick...
JiiincsS. Hroadbent PI.' Gvo JJil ward
John H, Green
Geo.Cunulngham.. PI. G've 3rd ward
Olo Anderson American Fork
John Adams Alplno
Geo. Varney ---
Wm. Greenwood... Highland
A. G. Johnson., ..
Josoph Wadley . . . . Lqhl
Alma Had rial I
DlnguusNoilson... Cedar Vtdloy
Hours of meeting: Lako View ward,
3:00 p.m.; Tlnipanogjs ward, 2:00 and
7:00 p.m., nnd in tho Provo First, Sec
ond and Third wards, 7i00 o'olock p.
ui., and In tho Fourth at 7:00 p.m.;
Sprlngvlllo, 2:00 p.m.; Spanish Fork,
2:00 and 7:00 p.rn; Salem, 3:00 p.m.;
Payoon, 2:00 and 0:30 p.m.; Sautaqulu,
3:00 p in,; Goshen, 2:00 p.m.; Lohl, 2:00
p. in. ; Alpine. 2:00 p.m.; Amorlcan Fork,
2r00 and 7:00 p.m.; Pleasant Grove,
2:00 p.m.; Fairfield, 10:30 a.m.; Codjir
Valley, 2:00 p.m.; Spring Lake, 2:00
p,ui.; Honjuuilu, 3:30 p m.; Pleasant
Vlow, 2:00 p.m.; Lako Shoro. 2:30 p.m.
PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP
Consult County Clerk or Respective
Signers f.ir Further Information.
In the Dlfltrlot Court of tho Fourth Judicial
District, Utah County, U.tih.-l'robate Ulyt
In tho matter of tho estate cf Villtain Holt,
NOTI01S. Tho potltlon of John O. Holt and
Samuul Holt uakinR that letters of administra
tion bo Issued to them has beon not for hearing '
at 10 o'clock n.iu.. Monday, the 3rd day of Octo
ber, 1S0M, at tho court houso la Provo City,
Utah County, Stato of Utah.
Bated nt 1'rovo City, Utah. Sept. 20, 1898.
UKO. HAVKHOAMT, Clork.
Ily. A. V. nouisow, Doputy.
Warner & Iloutz, attorneys for petitioners,
First publlcatloL Sept. SI, IKV3.
In tlio IJlstrlot Court of the Fourth Judicial
Dlstrlol, U-tah County, Utah.-l'rqhato Divi
sion. i, '. "
Intlio MnHorof tho Kstato of Alonio Pcut-co,
NOTICE. Tlio potltlon of Nancy Poareo for
confirmation of salo cr H share First VfarA
Pasture Co. etoek'i and 71-100 acres of land In
see. 7, tp. 7, h. r. 3 e.. Salt r.alto meridian, and
40100 ucrcs of land In boc. 7, tp. 7, s. r. 3 o Salt
LaUo Jtcrldlau, luis been not for boarlngat 10
o'eloi-K a.m., Saturday, tho lot day of Ootobor.
1SW, at the court houso In l'rovo City, Utah
County. State of Utah.
Dated nt l'rovo City. Utah, Sept. 18. 18t8. ,
CJKO. IIAVIIHOAMP, Clork,
Uy A. V. nomsoH, Deputy.
Oranta lltiRloy, attorney for potltlonor.
First publication Sopt, 17, IB98.
In tho District Court of tho Fourth 'Judlelol
District, Utah County, Utah.-rrobato Divi
lon. . .4. . .. .
Iu tho matter of tho ostato of Klols Nelson,
dcrcjilud. , . ,
NOTIon. The potltlon of 8. I.. Chipman.
IWnry Miller and NIols Nelson, asking for ap
proval of iholr anal account andpruylnu'for
distribution has been set for huurlnir at 10
o'clock a.m.. Monday, tbo 3rd day of October.
lfcM, at tho court houso In Provo City, Utah
County. Stato of Utah. in cvii
Dated at l'rovo City, Utah, Sopt. 19. 1F8S.
Ily A. V. TtouiHOH, Deputy.
Jacob Kvut.s, attorney for petitioner.
IFlrst publication Sept. SI, JKai
7b tho District Court of tho Fourth Judicial
nitrlct, Utah County, Utah.-Probato Dlvt
Iu'tho matter "of tho ostale Of Edward Edf
wards, deceased. .... .
NOTICE. The petition of William Edwards
uikinB that lottern of administration lio Issued
to himself has boen scttorhearlngotlDo'glocK
n.m., Bntunlay, tho Bth day of OelobflMPtl, at
thtftou" Jtbuso In Pravp ClJy.jUtah County,
Dalod at Provo Clty'mau.' Bspi. SI. 1893. ,
OKO. HA VBItOAMP, Clerk.
IJ A. V. HonisoN. Deputy.
lting, Unrton & Klnif, und a. O, lioglsy, at
tornays for pslltlo .er.
IFlrst publiOBtlon Sept. 1, 1653.
In tho Distrift Otiurt of tbo Fgarth Judicial
pUtrlot, of the Stute of Utnhj Jn und for Vii
Ktaty of Edward F. Orovos, deceased.
Orodtlor will praept eiannrf with vouchors
to Itio undersigned at American Fork, Utah,
i Klnif, uurtouiis lanr, iSnai.qrantfOi Jiajfley,
Atiornuys for AdnjInCsi'atow """
I Jb'lrit jiilbltoattojj ft.'Sl 13.1
PROVQ COMMERCIAL I
and Savings Bank, 1
PROVO CITY, UTAH.
Capital, $75,000. Orpins, $10,000.' 1
4tocd Smoot , l'rosltlout.
O. Ii, Loose ,,,Ylco-President. I
.foliu JonoH, .ilAntoH A lionu, I
Uotfor lstrrer, h, S. Hills, 1
John It. Twelves. 1
J03. T. FARRER, CASHIER. 9
Qcucral bunking blislncss transacted. I
Safo (loi.oslt boxes for rent. I
' ff7 5 as, ii I
OUR TEA AND CORKER I
tell tho talo of their gooitncsa In un- I
mistnkablo luuguah'c. Thoso who a.- I
prcolato tho luxury o( a good cup of
oltbcr bovcrago can gratify tholr tasto I
by purchasing our best tea nt 40c, nnd i
our best coffco nt 40c. Tlicso aro from J
tho choicest Boloctlona of tlio boat .
crops?nutl nro unrlvnllcd for strength
ami' delicacy of flavor.
Youiv grocery' bill will bo ton por
cent less If you trade horc.
' GEO. E. HOWE, Grocer.
S3 Conter St., Provo.
CURRENT TIME TABLE.
LEAVE ntOVO FOR KVST AND SOUTH.
No. 2 For Graud Junbtlon
' nnd points East 0J3a;rn
No. 4 For Grand Junction
und points East,. 8:50 p m
No. 0 For Springvlllo, This- "
1 tlo Sanncto and Ilichiiold 0:83 p ra
No. 8 For SprliigVllle, Span-
Forkl'uysou and jiUroktt.OAO p m
wavB i-itovo von wkst. ' -
No. 1 Fov Suit Tjiiko City,
Ogdon nnd the West... ll;12uiu
No. 3 Tor Salt Lako City,
Ogdan uud tho west... 7il p ra
NoG For Am. Fork. Lohl,
mid Salt Lake City ... 3:58 p ui
Un 1 Vni- Am Vrtrlr. T.nhl
tmd Salt Lako City 8:27 a ru
AUKIVK WlOyO FI103I 1SA8T AND SOUTH
No, 1 From Douvor, Grand
Juno, and points Eaat 11:13 a ru
No, 3 From Dotiver, Graud
No. 0 From SprHigvlltp, This-
tlo'Sanpoto, nicbllcld 3:58 p ui
No. 7 liYomapnngv'ie.apau-
IshJT'k, I'ayaon, Eureka 8:27 a m
AUItiyiS AT l'KO O KU031 VEST.
No. 3 From California, Or-
dori and Sitlt Lako City 0:33 a m
No. 4 From California, Ok-
dou nud Salt Lako City 8,50 p ID
No. 0 From Salt Lako Olty,-
Loin. and American Irk 0:83 a m
No, 8 From Salt Lake City,
Lohl nnd Amorlcau F'k. 0:20 p. m
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without change. Freo roollnjj chair,
cars on Unouh trains.., Through
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Chicago, I'ortlitnd und Sun Francisco.
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F. A. AVaolkioh,
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Payson, - - - Utahj..
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