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I VOL. I. PJIOVO CITY, UTAH, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1898. NO. 18.: H
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B jy. It. Klnff. J.' W. Dui ton. J. A. Kjng.
I VINO, BURTON & KINO,
Fht National Hank building, Provo
B pity, Utah.
M. M. Warner. D. D. Houtz.
I AIlKKIl & HOUTZ,
Room? 13, 14, IB. Union blqpk, l'roro
I JING f JOHN.
B Union block, Proyp City, Utah.
H J. I,. tlnwllns. 8. ll. Thurraan.
J. II. UuroV E- A. Wedgwood.
TAWLINS, rilURMAN, IIURD ' &
B Hooper block. Suit Lnkn City; First
B Nall.onnl Hank building, Provo, Utah.
B ftllANT C. BAGLEY,
B First National Bank building, Provo
B JACOB EVANS,
B .Onicc. First National Bank bulfdlgrj,
H Provo, Utah,
B TjJUIER E. COIUWAX,
H First National Bank building, Provo
J City, Utah.
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B r E BOO MI, - " t '
B Attorney-at-LaWj'atid '
B Notary Public.
No. 23 J Struct, Provo' City, Utah.
B QIIARLES DoMOISY,
Bl Room 15, Bunk building, Provo City,
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B 7) It. G EO. E, HO filSON,
B Physician and Surgeon.
B OfHeo at residence, one block cast of
H U.otol Roberts, Provo City, Utah.
B g II. ALIiEN,
B County Physician.
H Surgeon R. G. W. Railway.
B Telephone 50. Olllco at residence,
H ptli St., but. K and L, Provo, Utah.
H JOS. E. CROOK,
B Pcissou block,' Payson, Ulan,.
B Salt Lake.
H: p. W. Towers, D. N. Stroup. Joa. Llppman.
H pOWERS, STBAUP & LIl'PMAN,
B Englo block,- Salt LnKo City, Utah.
B I. I..,., . -,, ..,.....,..-. Mil
I IVES EVERYTHING!
B Makes a Specially of Household Goods,
B Pianos, etc. Dullyors COAL to any
B part of the City. My piottn:
H GEORGE WEIBEL, ProRr.
B $"tpp: Provo Hard w. & Iron 0.
The Enquirer ndtnlts that (he Quht
jbaing made ngaliiHt llon.B. II. Rubuits
li ''riclnui an. I unjust" Pity lliu local
g. o. n. or:m docin't ''lakca tumble"
10 1iiulf and Htoplf "vicious and un
just" fight tiguliut thu Pciuourailo
Probably tho hnrdcvt county tho Bo
IHibllcaiis have 10 tncldn ihlt year 1.1
Juab. On Hie cast, or Nephl side,
nothing but wool and the tarllT got',
on tho west, or 'Pintle side, nothing
but silver Is llstcnol to Itphics llm
iivurngo P.opuiillc i.tj orilxr in a haul
box, and If the i,irty managomiiit was
wlso U would leave J mtli alone. It will
be straight Democratic nearly three to
Tho Lehl Banner falsifies our intent
and language when It siys that wo say
Otto F. Mnlmborg will furnish ua
monoy to bet on his own ehctlnn or
lliosluctlon 0 anyone oUc. Yhai wo
nalil, aud still say that money can bo
found, and wo can (1ml it, to cover any
bets which tho wlld-eycd anldbugs of
Utah, of which Brother Carroll is a re?,
preventative, can dig up. Air. Mahii
berg a out of this propn&itlou.
Jacob FjV.an!1, Dcmncratln cnmlidnto
for county .attoroey, Is liaving great
success In Jii.4 c.uivas of the oouiity.
John E. Booth exprrssed ureal en
thusiasm over tho Omaha Exposition
and says ho enjoyed 111 eastern, trip
Inimniunlv. IIu lias now sultled down
to the management of tho animals for
the local g. o. p.
Senator Jos. L. Rawlins and Hon. S.
It. Thurmau addressed an enthusiastic
meeting at Alpluo Thursday evomng.
A very satisfactory Democratic rally
was hold at Cedar Fort Wednesday
evuning. Tim ineetliiu was udd reused
by State Sunator Abel John Evans,
Jacob Evans and A. M, Uavis, Demo
cratle candidates for county attorney
aud county commissioner;
' Ui S.-cnntorf.Ios. L. Rawllhswlio
has just completed a canvass of Uintah,
Carbon and Emery counties gives a
most satisfactory review of tho sltua
(Ipn from a Democratic standpoint.
He says all tho Democrats are ent'ius
lastic and confident of success. Uintah
county is unquestionably Democratic.
Cnrhou county has been known hs u
Republican strougliold, hut this year
tho Democrats have the best of reasons
to expect its redemption, Emory county
will undoubtedly roll up 11 big Demo
cratic majority for thu general ticket,
and as local differences are healed, the
county ticket will follow suit. Senator
Pawlins estimates Unhurt' plurality at
from 1000 to 1800, and wo bellcvo ids
estimate Is inside.
No meeting was held at Goshen la-t
night as ndveitlscl owing to tho hall
having been previously engaged.
Tho Democratic dootrlno of 10 to 1
Is well illustrated by an ear ot cum on
exhibition at Doiuopr;itio headquarters.
The top of thu car Is yellow Held corn
and all thu remainder while sweet corn
in the proportion of about 10 to 1.
Tho'ear of corn was presumed by John
Wnruer and is proudly regarded by
Chairman Stuoot as an cvldencn of
naturo's faith Ip Democratic principles
Senator A. O. Sinoot and Jos. T. Mc
Ewan, Democratic Candida' es for Si at 0
Senator and county commlsloner, held
H highly successful meotli.g nt Provo
Bench on last Thursday uvoulinr.
Tho hall was crowded and the
meeting In marked contrast to the
Republican rallv(V) of last Saturday
evening at tjo somo place. Provo
Bunch Is all right for the Democratic
Editor Utah County Dejiocuat:
Dkah Sin: In your pacr of 20th
you copy from, tho American Fork
World that tho Enquirer accuses tho
lodges of Influencing Demociatlo noui.
(nations. The World seems to thluk
It too bad tho Enquirer cannot nay
something It has at leat a jlttlp proof
for and bo fair and just. To:l tho
World to save lis ink. The Enquirer
never docs tilings fair, tt don't want
proof, It Is not tho mission of tins En
quirer to deal I" 'truth and Justice. In
fact I would compart) that ((!" ku
qulrer) paper to Richard thu III who
was bora with teeth and thus came to
t,tjirl and blto, FAirt Play.
' PAYBON, Oct, 28, 1803.
Samuel Belholl, et nl. IHert notice of
locatlop ycateiday of the Crescent lode
situated n North Canyon, northeast it
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Arranged for the IUfferrnt Points In
Wednesday evenlnir. Oclnbar 2flth,
Cedar Fort. Speakers, J.vob Evans
and O. F. Mnl inherit.
I'n.vson. Stieakois. Hon. J. L. Raw
lins and S. R. Tliurnim.
Thuisday evening, October 27, Prvo
Bench. Spankers. A. O. Sun.ot n'nd
Jos, T. McEwan.
Alpine. Speakers, lion. J. L. Raw.
llns and A. .It Evans.
Mannlne. Hpeukers. Jacob Evans
ami O F. Malmbcrtr. I
Friday evoiilng, Oo'nber 28th. 'Fair
Held. Speakers, Jacob Evans and VF.
Saturday evening, Octdier 20th,
Sprlngvllhi, Speakers, Hon. Win. II.
King and others.
Pleiisant (Jrovn. Speaker, S. 11.
Thnriuiin and J. W. N. Whliccottou,
Benjamin. Speakers', A. J, Eyana
nnd W. II. Cisshty.
Salem. Sneakers, lion. J. L. Baw
ling and others.
Wednesday evenlnir, November 2nd,
j. Vineyard. Speakers, Jos. T. MeEwmi
ami A. O. Stuoot. .
S Thursday I'vcnlnp. Nnvemhcr 8d,
Payson. apeakers, Hon. W. U King
Monday evening, November 7th,
I Provo. Speakers, Jmlgu O. W. Powers
Lehl. Speakers, Hon. Wm. II. King
and ol hers.
Alpine, 2 p.m. Speaker, Hon. W. II.
llott'I Arrlv is.
The following arrivals havo regis
tered at the Hotol Roberts rlnc.i our
SUNDAY A. V. Shea, Phlbtdelphln;
Jacob Johnson, Spring City; ('. R.
Mlllur, Ciileago; R, lohr, Berlin; Tvan
l.loyd Chicigo; O. Sliephiird and wife.
San Jose. Cal.; Jus. E. I'aire, Piiyson,
Monday-P. R. F reti i'f A. S
Kendiick, J. T. Murray. St Loul-; W,
L. Green, .1. W. Mnrrlon. Salt. Lake;
B. A.Frye.Nnpa, CdtC. Il.(5rihim,
Blngliain; K, P. Stone,' Merrtir; K. O.
Lyman, Kansas CI y; W. II. Berry,
TubidayE. Bra'v, C. A. Iltiyes.
II. P. IIendernn, W. O. TT-H, An' ur
Brown, A. S Cuuipliell. W. II. Did--son.
Matthew CiiUon, J. II Peis'n. E.
B. Wlrks. Sail Like; W. P. WlUnn, E
P. Coflln, SUi Francisco; . II. Go d
wln, Now Hampshire, C. M. B'a r, It
Mc'Jnrmlek. Chicago; Mrs. T. P. Mur
Wedjkday "Sowing tho Wind"
cmiinaiiv: M. J. Marwlti. Kaos"- City;
J..M. CllTl". San FrancNce; F. E. Mo
Cune, F. O. Bonder J. C S'tanks, M.
O. Wilherspnon, Ct. B Larlnn r Den
ver, F. O. Follott. Hastings. No''.;G.
O. Williams. A. M. ILiniUn. John Cos
tcllo, Salt Like; J, F. Murray, St.
Louis; M. Jennings. Wyoming
TnuusDAY J. E. Gerllck, St. Paul;
J. L. Rtwlins, Salt Lake; J. L. Hoi len,
Lora Cronscr, Lohl; W. I. Turner,
Chicago; Robert Miller. Katfa-; II.
rimrlund, New York: C. A. W. Fnlt.
Chicago; S. T. Duraur.Ojden; II. S.
Deatborn. 8 tU Hike; W. McAllisler.
St. J o. Mo.; J. E. Colo, Chicago: W.
O. Jones, Salt Lake.; T P. Murphy and
wife, Price; Jno. T. Rnherls, Hebcr;
L. P. Willoughby, Denver; J.W. Dy.r.
Friday 0. J. Jones. Sin Franclccoi
W. S. Ftteh, Denver; II. M. K-ihn, M.
A. Jaencc!), Salt Lake: J. L. Fevre,
nrtttili Army Itlfte I Onmptlc.iteil.
Tho DrltUh army rlflo has eighty
two component parts, In tho production
of which 025 machines aro employed,
as well as various processes which do
not require machinery.
Wctlncedny, Octoher20, Utali Sorosls
mot in their club room, Mis. Pik'u pru
Biding. Parliamentary drill was conducted
by Mrs. Sarah Cluff.
Tliu p ipVr on "Qooklng As An At t,"
wus written by Mis. Ida Allen, and
road by MUs Lillian Gate's. It showed
careful preparation, and was both
practical and InMructlve.
A rrcens of ten, minutes wns then
inken. lifter which memiiuisaiisweicd
' roll ca 1 with (imitations, Tho busi
ness of thu club wns thou transacted.
Tim arrangements for tho llalloyuVn
ball to be given October 3d under the
tiusplcoi of the S01 osls. were complied
and It promlsos to bo U10 social event
ot thu season.
Tho sublcct"Woninn and lliu Homo "
yus hiiidled by Mrs, J. M. Junen,
' Thu paper Is worthy tho careful per
usal or every mother and daughter.
Critic report jytn given, atid adjourn'
u?nt taker (or oa$ week,
BEAN A WINNER.
"MORMQN CYCLONE" KNOCKS
FARtlELL OUT IN 0 ROUNDS.
A Hard Fight and Both .Men In to
Wlu-It Was No Fake and ll.it'i ol
the Prlnclp.ilH Received Sevete
The ten-round match between VII
lard W. Bean, champion of Utah, and
L'ltiroucu Fan ell of Colorado, took
place In the I. O. 0. F. ball In Eureka
lat Thursday evenlnir, It was a hard
tight with both men nut, to win and ine
lariio crowd In at tendance undoubtedly
received their money's worth. Thu
p-mditloin of the match wete Unit Far
roil should ktincK Buan out til ten
rounds, but as the llitht reiultcd, Beau
whipped his man In nine rounds. The
result was largely a surprise as Fan ell
was il inist 130 pounds heavier than
Bean and has hoi much more ring ox
perh ncu. Three preliminary bouts
picccdud the main oveiu of tho even
ing hut ween local sports oh follows: L.
C. Johnson of M-ieur and W. J Tie
7.0UI of Silver City, Jaku Beamiu of
.Silver City and Oten Kelly of Mam
moth, Jack Laher and E. W. Packer,
both of Euteka, All of th 'Be contests
were lively and whetted thu appetite of
the crowd for the main uveut.
Tim light proper was delaj od about
45 minutes by tho slowness of Fr.rivll
In getting icady, and It wns ioiiy 11
n'eiock tinfoie the prlncpi's met In
tin inir. Billy Wilson aud Geo. ilar
risen acted as Beau's seconds, wlulu
Jack L-ihor and E I ' Pact er performed
a similar seivlce for Fundi. Ilurli
Slntle, tho Moarl, was rufere- and Jack
L'-wls tlme-ke per.
llean weighed In at I'J pounds and
F.urell at about ltio. From thu start
the llg'ilhm wis fasi and furious. The
men ellnched frequently, and Imu.Ii
struck In the bruakawiys. Fnncll
forced the lighting, and in the second
round drew Hist blood by u vicious
pmich tin Bcun'fl nosu.
At 1 ho end ot (hoMCond inund Bean
was hleidltm fiTely.bnt Farulls'ioweil
itllt) MgUS of plltdsllllieip. Beau
ihrew Fatrell twice 111 mis louud, when
tho loon clinched.
Tho Ihltd louud was full of hard
lliiliilmr. both men playing for thu face
Fairell opened t(. murili totiiid by
lauding hard several times on Beau's
face and ueik, and getllig seviral MlIT
ouos in reiuiu. FaireR had much tho
lest of It at t lio flnlt.li, tiewver, mul
Bean was very groggy at thu closu of
hu round, and staggered to his corner.
In this r 11ml Beau dislocated ids light
thumb by ono of hlo vision pttiichcs
on h'uritdl's face.
Tho fifth round wns rati. or tame,
lint li men showed dice's ol the hard
lighting, and clinched fnqucniry to
a'votd punishments I'onimencing with
tills round Beau chinced Ills tactics,
making ipost of Ids play at F.irrelt's
wind. The result showed his wisdom
as thu body punches reculvcd by Farrull
evidently did tliu business.
In the sixth Beau was almost nut
twice, but, landed several stiff punches
on tho Colur.ido man, aud finished
with a shade thu best of It.
In I ho seventh and eighth rounds the
lighting was vicious. Biau rushed
Farrull frequently, but In return re
uelved ctincicl Table, pitnislimunt, and
va4 covered with blond when time was
Thu ninth and last round opened
tamely enough, but was speedily fin
ished by Rcun, who justified his title
to tliu name of "Mormon cyclouo" by
a terrific rusb aud half a dozen hard
blows on Fartoll's body followed up by
a severe cut under (he ear that ended
the battle, lio rushed Farroll to the
rope. From there Furred staggered
ucio-isthc ring and fell, faco down
ward, and was counted out.
Those who expected the fight to bs a
faku '.veto itnib utnodlv ill)'ippolnted
as 1 ho contest was certainly for a re
sult. At tho openliu Rufceu blade
staled that tho contest must bo a light
or thetu would bo no decision, and ab
Ktiluloly refused to allow tho numerous
foul claimed. The result of the fight
is most satisfactory to Provo ub Bohii Is
a great favmlto heru and all now ad
mit Beau's claim to tho title of
"Champion (if Utah." Ws hopo (he
next tight ho' hits wilt ho pulled oft at
Piovo i-.tid Wlllard given a chance to
show Our homo peoplo wlmt ho can do,
ntiTUONH OF DHlTtOH TRADE.
Inorsmml Import of Michtnrry mid In
rridtnoil Impnrti nt Otlirr Article..
Brit.sh trauc returns tor tho six
months ending Jupo HO show a Blight
increnso In tho exports, principally in
machinery, but tho Imrortn continue
to have tho samo tondoncy to augment
tho adverse balance already noticed at
tho end of cr.ch previous month of tho
present yenr, Tho cxce33 of Imports
ovor oxpoita for the last six months
amounts to f5405,7CC,2i0, being over
1100,000,000 Greater than In 1607, and
moro than $1-14,000.000 ovor 1890. Tho
steady and continuous dccllno In Brit
ish trado appears to bo attracting h.
good deal of attention from foreign
EovornntentD, among others tho Swo
dish, which lin.i caused a special ro
port to bo drawn up on tho' subject."
This roport, comparing tho production
ot Iron oro in England from 1871 to
1805 with that In Germany nnd tho
United States, chows tho Unglloh out
put to havo gone dawn from 10.057,000
tons to 12,240,000, wh:io tho German
output haa moro than doubled, and that
ot this country has risen from a yearly
avcraco of 4,032,000 to ono of 14,288,000
tons. Tho nrnilupllnii nf oro fnr the
romo period In Spain increased nine
fold. Tho produc'ton ot pig Iron In
England na compared with that pro
duccd all over tho world has cunk
from 40.3 to 27.0 per cent, and that of
this country has risen from 1G.1 to 30.9
per cent. In the output of coal Eng
land still has tho Iced In tho world's
production, Lut Is gradually losing U.
her proportion having fallen frdm 47
to 34 per cent, while that of Germany
has rken slightly from 17 to 18 per
cent, but that of this country from 17
to 30. Of tho renewal trade of the
four groatcst trading countries, dor
tunny, France, Great Britain and the
United StatcB, the first and last named
have Increased each 15 par cont, that
of France has stoidlly docllncd, and
that of England has Increased only 2.5
per cent. Tho state of things descrlp
cd In tho Swedish report appears to bo
causing something of a panic In com
mercial circles In England, nnd more
attention Is lic'ng given to the growing
competition ot this country. Tho foar
that Germany was going to provo tho
succciBtul rival ot England In the
world's trado Is giving placo to a
greater foar of tho unrivaled power
ot production of this country, and ot
Its singularly advantageous position In
respect to tne most tmctiiy poputateu
section of the cnrih, western Europo
apd eastern Asia. The startling rov
elatlons ot tho trado statistics of this
country for the last year havo opened
wldo the oyes of U1030 In England who
havo hitherto rogarded Germany as tho
most dangerous competitor, nnd tho
danger la recognized to be tho mora
serious because tho rivalry of Germany
was In prlco only at tho expenco ot
quality, whllo that of this country cxi
tends to both prlco and quality. Sure
ly a greater than Germany is hero, says
one of tho English financial organs,
commenting upon tho wonderful show
ing of American trado statistics for tho
last fiscal period, nnd It asks In all
serlausncsB If tho moment can really bo
nt hand when Englnnd will ccaso to bo
tho shopkecplug notion of tho world,
nnd will have to take oft Its hat In
farowcll to Us former customers and
retire from business, Ex,
A Hut Tiling-.
Tho following Item from a local pub.
licatlon Is such a good thing that wo
Jamos Johnson, of Sprlngvlllo.whoso
sheep niu ranging In Spiulsh Fork
cHiiyon, atesoni'i poisonous wopirFrl
day, and four hundred or them died.
A leather medal will be prpsontod
to the person who first successfully
solves tio ubovo problem in contorted
FOURTH DISTRICT. H
PROCEEDINGS IN, THE FOURTH . IH
DISTRICT COURT, r B
The Hlncs Divorce Uaso 011 Trial B
Probate CVcs Ruled on ami S"V- B
oral Sets o Appraisers Appointed. i'-sl
In tho matter of estalo of Emelln 'B
Blld, deceased, Geo. II. McKensle,, :H
Tims. L Mendeiiball and L. D. Dertf B
were appointed tippinUors. B
The case of Tims. Ilealuy vs. Louisa, H
Healcy was tiled Wednesday, Tho 'B
plaintiff alcs for n tleerea of divorce on jB
tne ground of abandnnmont. Grant Q. B
Bagley Is attorney for plalnllft. jl
In the mat'er of the estate ot! A. J. B
Hoover, Incompitcut, J. Hoover H
John W. Freshwater and John D. !B
D.xon wcro appointed appraisers. '1
In tho matter of tho cstato of Swop. B
Freed, Jeccased, Abraham Ilallidny, , jjB
W. J. Taylor and Luke Cook wore up- lB
pointed appraisers, jk
In tho nntter of tliu estnlo of Alonzo j
Pearce, (licensed, dual account and re- B
port ot adiolulstrair.x was heard jiud B
In tho matter of tho estntn of Wn, B
Fauiett, deceased, report and petition B
for partial distribution wns heard nnd H
approved, and petition granted. B
Tho illvnrco caao ot ICItty A. Illno.s B
vs. R S. Iltnes has taken up most of B
the time of (hn court thU week, Tho lB
dlicct cvideiico of tho plalutltT was JU
oouehidcd Thursday afternoon, pud 'B
since that Utiiu thu defendant Jioh beua - B
on thu stand consldnrnblo of lliu linie. JB
The uvldeiicu Is Very conflktlng unit It ,B
is impossible, as well as unwise, fojr u B
lo'ittlenipt to progoosllcaio tho risult.. JB
As to th- evidence, we also bullovu Urn 'B
caso has bceu discussed sultlclently nnd " H
refrain from giving tho details. Th "B
ease Is still In progress us wegej 'B
. 1 1 .. 1 ,. .1 IksBBll
OMnt of tlia aitiiu-Iltownni, IIB
James I.aughlln Mlchola Is tho Graurt B
Old Man of tho glass blowing trad?. ("B
Hlq cxpcrlonco extends from tho day B
when methods wcro crudo and unds- :JB
voiopcd to this ago ot machinery and 9
rapid production. It began with tho f
apprenticeship labor system, nt tho 'M
very inception of tho conflict between M
capital and labor, and covers tho stir- ,M
ring period which witnessed the birth 'M
ot trades unions and tho emancipation 'lB
of tho workman, rhochanlc aud artisan. tgB
And In this vaHt movement Mlchcla B
took a moat active part. His efforts SB
find their fruit in tho Amalgamted Au- M
soctatlon of Iron, Steel and Tin Work-i B
era, and in tho Window Glass Workr iB
crs' association. To Michcls belongs -.B
the distinction of having laid the foan-. B
datlons on which both ot these power- jB
ful unions wero built, nnd ho has lived ' .B
to see them wield a mighty Influence- ;JB
In tho Industrial world, Mlchels Is a 'B
halo, hearty man. Ho Is still at work B
at his trade. He Is yet able to lift tho B
blower's pipe and turn out ftlnjlo or tM
1 doublo strength. Ho Is the oldest H
j glass blower In tho United States still 4
engaged at his trado. Ills form U jB
1 erect, his step firm and his lungs sound B
I as a drum, His Intellect Is keen and B
1 a brightness about his eyes shows tho fH
intelligent, kindly disposition of the "M
man, old In years but young in spirit, B
He was born near Nowville, MimniM
township, Cumberland county, Pe3u-'"""B
sylvanla, March 17, 1S32. Wttsbur -gB
Marriage Licenses. SB
Marrlngo llcunso was Issued Wednes- ,B
day evening to Ernest C. Uunrlchscn, 'wM
HRcd 2'.', and Surah E. Jones, aged 21, B
both of Provo. B
Thursday to J. L. Holdcn, nged 30,
nnd Lora Cromer, aged 30, both of JiJB
0DR ANNUAL CLOAK SALfl 1
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Movembca? t and 2. , B
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