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K'ur Jusllce S.tlir nio Court:
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KjFor Con,jroMuinu; , ,
m DKIOIIAM II tlOJjjSRTgf
B AUEL JOHN EVANS, Iyohl,
B A O SMOOl', Provo.
B'or Stuto Representatives:
K JOSEPH LAl'ISII, American Forlc.
M JOHN E BEITS, Puyson.
m IA1UNUS LAUSEN, Sp'lsh Fork.
m VM M HOYL.4-NCE, SprluirvUlo.
Hpor .County Commissioners:
M A M DAVIS, Luh I.
H JOS T McEWAN, Provo.
H yjl I) HUGHES, Spunlsl) Fork.
Bfor County ShorlJIs
H GEQ A STORKS, SprlngvUlo.
For County Treasurer:
JmW O F MALMDEHG, Snntnqulo.
Jpor County Assessor)
V ROYAL T IIUISIJ, Puyson,
Kor County Attorney:
H JACOB I?VANS, Prpyo.
B'or County Clerk:
H GEORGE IIAVEROAMP, Provo,
ft'ur County Recordpr;
M MAY KKQWN SPENCER, Provp,
H''or County Surveyor:
k.NDRHW AUAMSON, AmpiJn Fork.
H'or Justice of tlie Pcnco:
H JACOB F GATES.
H?o r Qd n s tn 1)1 n :
M WREN WILKINS.
Bfar Justice of tlio Ponco:
H N II PACKARD.
LEE BUY BR.
H?or Justice of tdo Peace;
H HOBER'l' GILCHRIST.
H I) T FOWLER,
H AMERICAN FORK,
Bar Justice of tlio Pence:
A - JOHN W CIIlPiIAN,
H GEORGE II WEBB.,
H FLEAQANT GROVE.
ForJmtlco of the Peace:
B ALFRED W HARPER,
H EZRA F WALKER,
K SPANISH FOnK.
For Justice of tlio Ponoe:
H JOHN J BANKS,
H REES D JAMES,
Fnr Justice of tlio I'eacci
H TIJOMAS II WILSON.
H THOMAS CLOWAUD.
H PROVO BENCH.
HjPor Juitlco or tlio Penco:
H JOHN S PARK.
H For Constable;
H CIIAS E OR AND ALL.
H For Jusllce of the Ponce:
W For Coustnblu:
jm wm h gaidner.
B ' SANTAQUjN,
H For Justice of the Peace:
H EDWARD RENN3TT.
B For Consiublo;
B J I CUATWIN,
H For Justice of tlio Poaoe:
B JAMES GAHDNlR.
B For Conatabje;
B WM EDWARDS.
B l,AE VIEW,
B 1'or Justice of tp,o Pence:
B L JOHN 1JUTTALL, JR.
B Por Constable:
B GEORGE C SCOTT, JR..
B Fr Justice of tho Peace: ,
B JQHK II LEE.
B Tor Constable: ;
B LAFAYEITp. JOHSQN,
B LAKE SHORE.
H For Justice of tli Peace; "
B JOSEPH FRANCIS.
B f r pomtab!e
B J.QB MESQM.
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For Justice of the Pence:
PETER BECK. '
, For Justlco of tlioPcnoo:
GHAS D CRAIG.
For Justice of tho Peace:
SIIADRACH M RICHARDSON.
ISAAC G SHEPHARD.
Clmlriunn Coynty GentraJ Corumitteo:
A O SMOOT.
Secretary County Central Committer
GRANT 0 BAGLEY.
Address: Provo City. Utah.
Adopted by the Democratic
State Convention, in Salt
Lake City, Septem
ber 14, 1898.
The Democrats of uiah by tliclr dol
CRutcs In convention nsscmb'ed, de
clare nnew their ulk'tjlnnco to the
Democratic party of the Nation, nnd
lor tho groat essential principles of
liberty which that party, more than a
century ago, was organized to inornate
Xfa reulUrm tho principles declared
in tho Democratic platform, adopted
in Chicago In 18'JO. Tho iniperutlve
iiecoBty "of tho uso of both gold and
silver for the purposes of money
throughout tho world, is generally con
ceded. The use of bath is essential to
tho welfare nnd hiippinessof mankind.
The re-establlshnicntof stijh use Is of
such vital Importance, that 'no ordi
nary diniculty Khould bo permitted to
qtnnd In the way of its attainment. It
is gpnerally acknowledged that with
out both gold and silver, people n)tst
sink In the calo ofliHpplncss and civil
l.atluti. They must lungulslilu poverty.
Thpy muni continue to struggle in vain
to belter their condition. They mint
toll on without oven the hope of ado
rjuuto reward. Vetlt is said Unit for
this porvadlg, ihgrnnt wrong, tboro
is and can be ho remedy, without the
aid and consent of those who are, and
will reaudn deaf to all npjieal-i for re
lief. Is It true that at this time there
is a right which cannot ho made to
prevail' A wrong fqr which there Is
uo remedy? Have the maxims of our
race proven false' There is a remedy.
It js declared in Hip national platform
of the Democratic party, to which we
now declare our steadfast devotion.
That remedy Is the enactment of 11 law
by theCongiess of tho United States,
providing for the free and inlimlted
coinage of both gold and silver at the
ratio of 10 tn 1, without waiting fur the
aid or consent of other nattuns, such
consent being not'irlomly impossible
to obtain, and that such coin boa legal
tendor in payment of all d,cbls both
public and private.
Tho Democratic party oxtonds a cor
dial welcome t all those persons who
linvo heretofore adhered to other or
ganizations, bub who have seen tho
insincerity of the professions, of their
former political associates, to the
ciusc of bimotallsm. Thoy Imvo bud
the coumgo and honesty to surrender
their previous relutlontinnd join hands
with tho great Democratic parly to
brine about the triumph of this all-important
The war with Spain was necessary
and Inovitablo If the natloii was to
have any regard for tlio protection of
its citizens ami tlio redress of wrongs
and outrages on tho part of Spain,
Vhlcb hud become Intolerable. Lvery
consideration of justice and humanity
demanded quick and decisive action.
Such was the demand of tho American
people. Yot afior this condition be
came known for months a Rciuhlcap
administration hesitated, at)d in weak
ness sought to avoid the responsibility
growing out of this most iuiporiani
crisis. After resorting to various de
vices and deceptive representations, It
,wn? at length compelled through tho
patriotic efforts of" PunincnMlo mem
bers of Congress and art array of public
senllmpm to favor a declaration of
war. Through tlio skill, willingness,
sacrifice and heroism of tho army and
the navy of the United Stales, the war
has been waged to a triumphant and
The Congress, of t-ho United States
and the entire n.fil'lo of tho country
did not wish to sparo tho miuioy or
eflorts neceeary tp provide our sol
dlers and sailors with everything need
ful for their healtn, comfort and wolt
faro. Their request fiirsupplbs was
met by the notion of Conaress prompt
ly, and to the fullest limit of tho re
quest. Notwithstanding this, it Is to
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.the chagrin or the ttnt loin hut tbrottgh
political corruption or liicomoetiMiey
of the Republican ndinlnlntrutlou, our
soldiers aud sailor baj'p ;ot been
sulllclontly provided for Seemingly
no regard has boon paid to tho condi
tion of their health. Through tho
orders of the War department lliey
Imvubeen kept at places whjeli becamo
vorltnblo pest holes, until thpy wore
ho stricken with hunger nnd disease,
that If they wcro called upon to retulei
the serylco for which they were en
listed, they would bo found physically
unable to repond.
Tho people of the United States hold
to a .rigid nrjeount thoso persons who
mny be found responsible for thU con
dition, which discloses that lliey were
worse enpinles to the country than
those ngulnal whom our brave soldiers
and seamen wero ready to go forth to
To theolllcors nnd men who volun
teered from tlio Stuto of Utah and who
have, wherever an opportunity has
been afforded, n in tho battlo of
Mnnlln, so bravely uphold tlio honor of
our country, nnd general credit of our
State, we extend all praise, nnd fully
iiBSiire tlioiii that the universal feeling
la that tho futuro has no roward too
gjod for them.
Adopted by Utah County Con
vention, at Provo, Sep
tember 7, 1898.
I'LATFOIIJI AND IlESOLtTIONS.
Tho Democratic party of Utah coun
ty, by Its authorized delegates In eon
vention assembled, nibmlt tho follow
ing declaration of principles:
1 Wo reaflirm, and endorse the
Democratic platform ndnpled by tho
National Democratic Convention at
Chicago In 1800, nnd especially that
portion of said platform which declared
In fivor of tho free and unlimited
colnngo of silver equal with gold nt
the ratio of 10 to 1. The warfaro be
tween the nionry power of the world
and tho mases of humanity is still on.
tho lesuo is as Important now, and
raoro Important than it was In 189,r. It
Is and must cnntlnuo to be a conflict
between grinding monopolies on the
nno hand nnd the down-trodden masses
on tho othor, until, by tho mighty
voice of tho people nt tho hallob box, It
Khali have been settled, aud settled
right. This Is the paramount issue
beforo tlio people It has hitherto
been In the Sinto or Ulnli a question
UPOd which all of I ho political parties
agreed. Recently, however, by the
tf.0 of Juggling wordsand meanlnu'icss
term, calculated only to obscuro tho
vital question and befog the Issue, the
Rflpuhllcnns of Utah, with ninny hon
orable exrjptlons. In violation of their
solemn pledges nnd promises to the
people, havo taken a backward step in
tlio progress of the tight until It has
lieeomo Impossible to regard them any
longer In any oilier lluhttlinn ns the
fricm's of gold and enomles of silver
Tho only truo friends of any question
are those who light for Its triumph,
nnd fight to win. Such Is tho attitude
of tho Democratic party townrds tho
free jarnl unlimited coinage of silver
equal with go'd as n money of ultimate
0 The Democrats of Utah county
am pioud of the results of the wnr
with Spain. Wo are nono the less
proud of rho fact that Democrntlc Sen
ators nnd Representatives In the Con
gress of the United Suites by uncons
lug agitation, in rplte of n formldnhle
oppnsltloii by Republican Innders cre
ated a public sentiment In tho country
which forppd nnd compelled a reluct
nut Republican Administration to
declnro war. A declaration which not
only tho distinction of tho "Maino"
was arranged,, but liberty and the op
portunity of enlightened free govern
ment wns extended to nn oppressed
nnd down-trodden people.
3 Woronfllrm our adherence to the
doctrine or equal suffrage, and nro
proud of that provision of the Consti
tution of the Stnto of Utah, by which
equal suffrngo Is guaranteed without
regard tn the distinction of sox; and
wo declnro 'that that provision of tlio
Constitution, and the laws made In
pursuance thereof should bo given tho
fullest possible effect; nnd the absolute
right of women tn voto and hold olllce
should be uphold nnd mnitalned.
4 Wo congratulate the people of
Utah county, nnd the Democratic
party therein upon the. clean, rrugal
nnd honest administration or the
county government by the officers
olecled In 1800. The county govern,
niont hns lyon administered nnd con
ducted in the interest or tho citizens
and the taxpayers and for tho oiihlic
good. Wo therefore, as tho represent
atives or the pirty to whom said
olllcersowo their election, hoa tily en
doiso aud approve tho mannor in
which thoy have discharged their trust
and bexpeak for them the sincere grat
itude of the people of Utah county.
Cut and Slasi !
Some harbprs do; some don't. Wo
do, all tlrst-rlnss tnnsorjal work
ns taught by years of experience.
Drop in and give us a trial.
U. W. SQOTT.Tonsorla! Artist
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(Cona"uled iron; 2m piiRo.)
his party councils as n Detune rut would
bo. Ills lonely woy Ues -between the
two parties nnit Mb sctlvltles are con
fined to attending to his mail avd
drawing his salary.
Tho Trlbiinn Virtually endnises the
demand of local goldbugs when It
What yjinlngn for silver will he th
elccilon of any candidate on any ticket
In Utih this year! Whin Is tho Con
gressnuin elncted in Utah, this year, to
do for silvery
In other words, why not throw away
tho sliver ciuibo because Haunasays
so, and Hiuina is thu administration,
and wo want u man who is "In sym
pathy with the administration?" Wo
nro glad Mr. Yurlim wroto ids lettor to
the Herald, ns It has brought forth u
response which should forever settle
the question ns to whether Uiah Re
publicans aro for sliver. The Tribune
either moans that it, docs not intend to
strive for the election of silver men or
It means that it is willing to throw
awry lis sliver views in fiirtheraure of
Its motto, "Anything to beat tho licm
ocrats The Republican pnrty or Utah
would havo been more honest had It
followed the advice of even tho Provo
Enquirer, which In commenting upon
tho platform said:
In only onosinglo wny did tho con
vention deviate irom true Republican
Ism, and that was In tho "indopendnnt"
freo colnngo of sliver. That clauso or
the platform Is not Republican, nnd it
looks like dissemblance to Insert it.
Thcro is', however, now no quostlon
from tho utterances or such mon us ex
Senator Brown, Alma E'dredge and
John Henry Smith, mid tho acquies
cence of evon tho Salt Lako Tribune
that the party In Utah Is committed to
he gold stnudard, aud that they nrc
winking for tho election of a golubug
Senator and Rtquesontattvo. Tho peo
plo know what to do with tuch n party.
It Is now reported that tho United
States on Friday will Inform Spain that
wo propose to annox the Philippines.
A serious foielgn complication may
now be looked for, but. wo guess the
country can sthnd It, As for ourselves,
we don't believe In letting go what our
soldiers have won.
Tins Republican party Is tho gold
party, In Utah at.d el-ewhcro.
Tlio Democratic party Is the silver
pirty, In Utnti and olsewhoro and
such will bo the verdict of the pooplo.
PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP
Consult County Clotk or Respective
Signers fir Further Information.
In tho District Court ot tlm Fourth Judicial
District, Uluh County, Utah. rrohato Dlvl
plnn. In tho tnntter ot the ostato ot Alonzo I'carcc,
NOTHJE. Tho petition of Nancy Pearce.
asking for approval of her llnul account unci
report tins been Hot for hearing nt 10 o'clock
a.m.. Thursday, tho 27th dav of October, 1 898,
at tlio court house In l'rovo City, Utuh County,
Dated at l'rovo City, Umli, Oct. 15, 1808.
quo. IIAVKUOAMI', Cleric.
Ily A, V. UnnisoN. Deputy.
Clrunt C. UuKlcy, attorney for potltlonar.
(I'lret put)llcatlpn Oct. 16, ItOS.)
In tho District Court of tho Fourth Judicial
District, tn und for Utah County, Btnto of Utnti
In tho mutter ot tho cstulo of William
NOTICK Creditors will present claims
with vouchers to the undersigned nt Spanish
'orlt City, Utah, pn or before February 13,
IS. WILMAMJ. llOACH,
Wlllintr Creer attorney for administrator.
Dated at l'rovo, Utah, Oat. 13, ItMt.
ITlrst publlcutlon Oct. 15, I WIS,
NOTICK TO CKKDITORS.
Ejtnto of William Ilolt.doccased.
Creditors will present claims with vouchers
to tho undersigned nt Spanish Fork, Utah
County, State of Utah, on or before February
Dated thls2rth day of October, 186.1.
John P. Holt and
Administrators of Estate.
Warner & Iloutz, attorneys
tFlrst publication Oct. 0, lkM.1
BUST NATIONAL BANK
General Baiiking Business Transacted.
W. R. Piko Prcslrtonl
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J, O. Graham, Oi-o. Taylor,
Joseph JT. Smith, E. F. Sheots,
D: A. SWAN, Cashier.
Safety deposit boxesi for rent rrotn
$3 per annum and upwaids.
and Savings Bank.
Capital, $75,0Gi Snrplns, $10,000,
Reed Snioot , , President.
C. h Looso .,.....,,.. V'c" President.
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