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HC' Application lins been rr.urto nt ilio postofllcr
M Qt l'rovo City, Utnh, for tr.nfttnuislon through
l the malls ns second class mutter.
B' SUllSCRtPTION RATES)
B 1'nyablo In Advance.
Hr bno yoitr $2.00
i. .six Month" I (jo
Ml' Thrco Month to
WmY Tha Official Organ of tho Utah County Dom-
S 6crncy.dovotcd to tho Interests of l'rovo Cltj
H& and Ultth County.
Hl UinHTCrv Tiik Utah County Dem
"7 . UvrllW I I I I ooiut wants usonts mm
$ 111 111 i LL. DOllcltorH In l'rovo iiiiil
Wm' ? " "' ' cvory city and town In
UM ., Utnli county. Liberal commission allowed on
m i nil business. Wo slmll aiso bo pleased to re-
K colvo communications a to local ImpnenliiK
mm , of Interest As soon ns possible our manager
UW will visit tho dlflorerit precincts of the rounti
H , with n View of, securing correspondents and
t, ucctits. Address nil communications lo
mt- Tin: utah countv dkmockat.
iV-- l'rovo Ulty. Utah.
Hf frl f RITC Tho following arc author-
LH f I r iM I I"'1 by tho innnagoment
L I IULDI i 1 t of Tub Utah Uoiintv
V; . - Dkmochat to receive or-
V dors for subscription and nil offlcr business
and to colloct money on all accounts:
Lohf S. W.Kos
;, American Fork Kbonejer Hunter
HB , "Vrcu Wllklns of l'rovo Iina been np-
A ' "' pointed general agent of Tun Utah
ajB County Dkmociiat mid will In the
mm next few duys call upon ilio people of
WW, this city nud county. Ho Is autliorlzed
HB& t6 rncclvo subscription, advertising
Kf onlers mid to collect liionoy on same
IS, Romcmbcr that The Dkmookat Is
Hk here to stay. lj
Hf Blanco will leavo Cubit November
K DOLh. Tho Cubans can probably spare
Hf Col. RonsRViar. of Rounh Rider
f fa110 ' elected governor of Now York.
1 A war record Is Invincible.
IH, Tin; Dcmocrntlo headquarter closod
H Tliurstlny night. Its usefulness wits
iH4- over when tliu victory was gultiod.
Sknatou Fkanic J. Cannon hns five
H solid votes in the noxt Legislature. Ho
Nr Is liable to cut a big flguro In tho light.
Hf ' Trie pcoplo of Utah liuve refused to
He bo hoodwinked by the attempt to ralso
B 8,)Ui'lous Issues or to use dirty por-
Ki South Caholina's election was tin-
Hly questionably ''hot" last Tuesday. Ton
Hfe negroes and four whites are reported
HE killed In one town.
HRP' The Provo Enquirer says that "the
jHBtf J ofllcers-oU'ct aro all citizens of ability."
Bjl Tho Enquirer Is beginning to got
Y( t honest since election.
HB t Avosti.k John V, Taylor hns
iHff nmdo another specch.thls tltuo In Don-
H) yor. In justice to himself mid Ills
HBT friends ho ought to be muzzled.
BB, To Tim excellent organization of tho
HHJ. local Democracy under the leadership
BHL of Chairman A. O. Smnot Is largely dim
VSr" the magnldceiit victory In Utah county.
HHr DisPATCtiKsreport that tho Spanish
HHj- government is going to rota In tho
Hfr Philippine, 'J'hoy have probably nl-
HHwjr ready forgot ton that Dewey Is still
v r -Tub Wasatch Wave Issued a very
Htw creditable election oxtra Wednesday
HlE " with the comploto roturug of Wasatch
HK county. Hi-other Buys Is to bo com-
Hji: pllmcutcd on his entorprlsu.
Hft Many Provo friends of Hon, D, II,
HI Peory pongraiululo that gentleman on
B.k his election to tho Stato Suhato from
HI Salt Ijako City- Mr. Peory led tho
Hk- Leglslatlvo ticket- In Salt Lake.
HE , Thk Provo Enquirer says: "Utah,
HtH once solidly Republican, Is now a safs
RSkc Democratic Statu." Wo aro pluased to
HHwL noto t,iat tnu "I'dror is beginning to
HhT recognize true conditions In Utah.
Hfg Jl County Clkuk Havuiioamp is re-
Hj?!' j'j, pognlzud as the most able county clerk
HaP & in Utah. Ills rc'plcctlun was dcsoi vid
HBr W ami Is a sovero and merited rubuku ad'
HrK uilnlstored by t'ho peoplo to his tra-
Ef If i . ...
Rf W-" Iy Any Idea of contesting tho soatof
Hk 'jjV. Uqu. , H. Hpburu n Congress oyer
HB'' w!i ' existed that Idoa appears to Imve'been
Wm. .IB&i' u abandoned. Mr, Poberts Is clocted. and
BftjjBJbv yl dozens of Utah will abide by the
jHT.K peoplo's doolslon.
H '1 Hi'AiN aud tho United States aro
Dbl ' Uahlo to clash again hnforo a compjeta
HKf I peaco is Bocitred. Evliluntly tho Ad-
HJj'l$ ministration wai so anxlQiis to tennlit-
nH: v, ' ato a successful war before eleation
HB I that ho President and Secretary of
JjHT' l,t? gtuto forgot to clinch the victory,
JHwfcy THQCSANP9 of oanicst silver Repub-
HHF'JP?' llcaus In Utah and elRdwIwrq this yi'ar
BBffi.-' voted tho double-barreled goldbug
HBoT ticket becauBo they were uslotid Into
jjH'h'' pollcylng Umt tho Republican party
HHJi will BomeUniodo Rotneihng fprjujlver.
HnR-l The'y'wlll so'ahdlscovor their tiilstake
BHK'4 'I nd como openly Into tho Democratic
EHIpt ' (old, VI) e Prty P Iruo blraetjilUiu,
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IN UTAH COUNTY.
Tho complete voliirns of Tuesday's
oleciltui In Utah county shows tho
election of the eiilho DiMiiocrailc
couniy and eglslUllvo ticket by iim
Jftrltlcsiniiglnglrtini 08 lo 1UM. Th
lectlon of a Difinocuilli' county mlniln
Islnitloti eliows tho conlitli'iiee of III'
people In tho present economical Dein
"cratlo county iiitmlnlsiratlon aud Is u
Just rebuke of those- people and )itpei
who have, during tho campaign ho
wilfully tiilsropii'S'iiicd the acts. Th'
election of th,; entire roumy Lgls
latlve tlckot insUM'S six voles for n
straight out . bIIvi'I Ucuuicnit for
United Siatffl Seinitor, In cOnlr.idls
lltictloti to a Ro( ubllcan gotdbllg, like
Arthur Brown or John Henry Smllli.lf
the Republican Leglslatlvo ticket hail
boon sui'cessiul. Tho Democnitlc
pirty, the Democratic ticket andtho
pcoplo nro nil lo bo equally compli
mented mid cnugr it ulnlcd.
Tho pcoplo of Uinh have good iea
sotis to ho proud of our next Congress
man. B. II. Roberts Is i man of tho
people, it limn who by his own effort
has risen to his present position of
honor. A man who Is recognized all
. over tho Slato for his ubllliy and hon
esty. Ilo U one of tho fonniost orators
of U'.ah and will provo an honor to
our people. Ahovo all ho Is n thotnugh
silver iniiii, well versed In all tho doc
trines of the peoplo's cause and when
ho rises In Congrens to speak tho pcoplo
may have confidence (hat they nro be
ing represented. Wc congrntuluto
both Hon. B. II Roberts aud Utah on
THE NEXT CONGRESS.
Returns from all the States show
that tho next Congress will bo Ropub
Ilea ii In both branches but by vastly
decreased majorities. In the Senate
Indications arc that there will bo n net
Republican majority of two over Dem
ocrats, Populists and silver Republi
cans. In tho House the returns Indicate
a Hopubllcan tnajnilty of 13 over the
combined opp Billon. Tho result is
very satisfactory to tho Democrat lo
party as It indicates Increased Demo
cratic sentiment ami gives a great
possibility for tho election of both a
fiou hllver DemocnttlU Congress aud
President In 1000.
Chairman A. O. Smoot, who has
conducted tho Into campaign' In Utah
county, has hddresied two loiters, ouo
to tho Democratic ami successful can
didates, tho other to the precinct chair
men In tho various precincts of the
comity who assisted In brltming about
tho result. Wo print both tho letters
becausu wo bnllovo tliey will bu In
tel cstlng nnd neceplablo to tho Demo
crats of tho county, and Judging from
the result, to tho votprs of tho cnuntv.
Tho letter to thu candidates Is as
Provo City, Utah, Nov. 10, 1808.
My Dear Sir At the eoneltislnp nf
thulmpunaiiicampaign through which
wo huvo Jost passed, 1 desiru to eon
grutulnto you upon your elect ion by
tho handsome majority which you have
1 um stiro you feel as proud ns I do
that tho peoplo of nur grand old county
huvo stood by tholr principled and
served another most emphatic notice
served nnnwier mosi enipnatio uihiuii
upon tho emissaries of the gold stiud
ii rd that too lutullluout American
sovereigns of Utah county tiro In most
(li4irittu earnest In MHr demuibls
Hint this government ce.tso to ho con
trolled by corporation and trusts and
thu money power, aud return to the
great principle upon which It was or
ganized and upon uhloh tilotui It ean
fulfill Us groat mission, and again be
como a government of tho people, for
tho puoplp.by the people.
1 huvo lnexpresMblo prldo In assur
ing you that tho camgiiign has been
'conducted by all who huvo had any
clmrgo or control over" It In behalf of
thu Domou'iUlu party of this county,
upon principles of Uiq highest tipper
and strictest integrity, to tho befti in
terests of tho peoplct and at tho conclu
sion it this memorable battle, I again
cm it' in tul ii to you upon thu magnificent
results, and thank you for tho able anil
patriotic assistance y i Imvo rendered
to mo In my responsible position. I
liavo ilio pleasure of remuiitlng your
obedient servant, A. O-Smoot,
Cluilruniii of tho County Central
That to tho prooluot chatrmon is ns
Provo City, Utah, Nov. 10, 1809.
Mr. , . , Chairman, ,
Dear Sir At tho conclusion of tho
great campaign through which wo have
just passed 1 doslru to congratulate
you, and through you all thu patriotic
jiooplo of your product who navo so
uhly assisted you In your Important
labors, upon tho magulllcunt results of
tho verdict rondored by tho patriotic
ol'izcnR of your precinct on Tuesday,
last', lam sure that you fcol as proud
ii3 1 do that tho p.opl of our grain!
old county havo stood by their princi
ples and bcrvcd another most emphatic
tiollco upon tho omiH!nries nf tho gold
standard that the lntlllgont American
sovereigns of Utuh county aro In most
desperate earnest in tlmlr demand that
tills government cotiBo to bo controlled
by tho corporations ami trusts aud tho
maiHV power, and return to thu great
principles upon wMcli It wnsorgaiif
Ized, and upon which alone It can fpt
tlll H" groat nils-dun, and ft'nln bmnuo
a government of tho peoplo, for tho
people, by tho peoplo.
have luexprcbuiule pride in auurr
log V"U th-it the eatnp.iign has been
Ic'tnliieted by nil who haVo had "iiy
Ichaigi' or coot nit over It. in behalf of
I the Di'tnocniilo-p'irty. upon orliiniple
Uf tha highest h"nnr mid Htr!ciet In
tegrliy, mid lo tho best inlaresis of ttie
Auiiin tliMikliiflr you foryournobc
work In biluill of the gn'tit pnnv of
i he people, mid I'uipliasizinir myiippr
el iilon nf the 1 dmrs of yoiiC able ns
ohiti'S, I have the honor to ri-ninl"
wllli profound respect, voiir obe'lien--iivani.
A O. Sjioot,
Chairman of tho Guiltily Contro
Dlmiino the recent light In Silll.ako
and Utah c iiniy, I) O Dunbar h the
former aiul Geo. llavereiimp In the lat
ter wcc obliged tocomiiat pnicilcilly
similar tuellmils of the oppnslttoo. In
ihelr victory they both hnv-' the n n
griitulalions of honest eitlzous nnd
Di'inoerats for their victory based
solely on their ability and worth.
Stath Sknatok A.O.Smoot of Utah
county N prominently mentioned for
president of Hie next Senate. Win. M.
Itnyhtnco also appears a possibility for
speaker of th1 llous.
Window glass; Snow & Young.
Homestead patent was filed with the
county reeoider November 8 by.T. ,).
Cmner for a part of ncilon 20. town
ship II, south range 8 east.
W. It. King. J. W. Hurton. S. A. King.
JING, BURTON & KING,
First National Rank building, Provo
M. M. Warner. D. D. Iloutz.
-yyARNEIl & HOUTZ,
Rooms 18, 14, 15, Union block, Provo
J.li. itawllns. HK. Thurman.
J. 11. Hurd. K. A. Wedgwood.
RAWLINS, TIIUKjIAN, 11UHD &
xy - WUDGWOGD,
Hooper block. Salt Lake City, First
National Hank build I nur, Provo, Oinl)
ftllANT C. BAGLEY, ' ' i
First National Bank building, Provo
Ofllcc. First National Bank bulldlpg,
JI.MER E. COUFMAN,
Firt National Bank building, Provo
J B BOO ill,
No. 23 J Street, Provo Clly, Utah.
Room 15, Bank building, Provo City,
JING & JOHN. v
Union block, Provo City, Utah.
J) It. GEO. E. ROBIS0N,
Physician and Surgeon.
Ofllro at resldonco, ono block east of
Hotel Roberts, Provo City, Utah.
g 11. ALLEN,
Surgeon R, G. VV. Railway.
Tolophono 50. Ofllco at resilience,
0th St , bet. K nnd L, Provo, Utah.
JOS. E. CROOK, ;. ' '.
Porsson blaok, Payson. Utah.
Salt Lake. . .
O. Vf, rgvrcni, D. N. Straup. Jos. LIppman,
pOWERS, STRAUP & LIPPMAN,
Attorneys-at-Law. " '
Eagl? bjock, SjiR Lake Qlty, Utah. !
3 to i
lopny in your fiivnr
11 yqti get us lorepilr
IXTT? measure tha
VV JL opuidiig
VV H tho glass-
W D glazing-
Snow & Young.
Makes a Specially of Household Goods,
Pianos, etc. Delivers COAL lo any
part of tho City. My niolto:
GEORGE WHEABLE, Prop'r.
Opfich: Provo Hardw. & Iron Co.
Bread, Cakes, (I
I Candy, and II
I Wedding Cakes, llj
PROVO CITY BAKERY.
1 EVERYTHING IN BAKERY
WE ADVERTISE. .
F. D. KELLY, Prop'r.
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E :: Lambert's E
: :: Dancing :
E :: Academy. E
o The pust week several social a
danl'es woro given by Mr. It. a
a lay Lambert In Soutliworth's
Hail (Now known as L-mi- "
" berl's (lancing ncadi'iny.) Tlio "
crowds wero not large, bir till
a present bud a very nice time
a A social will bo given Wed- a
nt-Mlay, the 0th, at which 3cv
oral now dances will Uo Intro-
H duceil, as well as prlzo waltz-
s lug contest. "
A soi'lnl will also lio clven
a on Friday ovenimr for Acad- B
a emy students nnd friends. B
(Jn Saiiirday a free mailnro .
will ho given children under
8 years of ago; all over will ho a
" clinrgcd 25o. "
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FIRST NATIONAL BANK
General Mm Business Transacted.
W. R. PIko Prcsldont
S. S. Jones Vice-President
J. C. Graham, Geo. Taylor,
Joseph K. Smith, K. F, Sheets,
1). A. Swan.
D. A. SWAN, Cashier.
Safety doposlt boxes for ront from
$3 per annum and upwards.
and Savings Bank.
PROVO CITY, UTAH.
Capital, $75,000' Snrplns, $10,000,
Heed Smoot.,,,...., President.
C. h. LoosQ, , . , Vlco-Prosidoat.
John Jones, James A Bean,
Roger Farror, L. S. Hills,
John R. Twolves,
JOS,T, FARRER, CASHIER,
General banking business transacted.
Bate dei Ml boxes for reut.
d J2rM lmmmt.mH
PRefftRe "FOR SiSl
" T'r ,S TIE NOW . lhlBkt,J
Wh ,-li 1 whut k",,, "r c'kb.g a,ipa "
JSLSESj IJ I "'inter. Why nut buy IMp ' Jf
MnTS I UANrE?,lU,l',,"ctestce,l,t!," m
jSik ' best Range on Mm market. WehH
YryPrlr-J I 'i'n '" intiRo from Rgr, R-n "'B
rJIm Ofps3BEro7 "Vl'ry """ l8 Kimr",i,"TCr37NlJB
hPv VHf Erjjg)' m evur,v Wni' t)ur,1,,0"t 'H
f g3l. CP0K STos I
(I J ' n-v.'" 'a complete and you can riot uiS3 lla
'JL TZZz2 buying of us. H
Do not fall to see our HOT ULAStI
IMPERIAL RANGE. 0KM l"-'fo, ''-'J'lng a lifter. itfl
I the warmest thing that ever haup.JH
and will save ONE-HALF your fuel. Wo never leavo ihoalore and aro,B
ready to attend your wants for an) thing in hard ware. 'M
PROVO HARDWARE & IRON GOMfflM
'wm J moves tho coal
gjjfflSilWlfiSF'S (1":,llly Th q,,a",y f Ur Mal 4
JP&TPP of 8Unl1 a 1,,Rh ra,, tnilt " will nlA
SHRJ It In your estimation on the flrstbakiiH
&.. I,,iy ol th(S ,lr8t col(1 M",l that uiH
-tiiVs' 1,rlscs you' lf y ou ,111 vo " K0(Hl sl'PPljlM
f" tS' '-ui5,f'' Yburbln. Wo will serve you prumn
,,tlv" ' ' """"-"", and at prices as low us tho lowest. H
SMOOT & SPAFFORD, Agents. I
TnumioNK No. 17. City Ofllcc: Provo Commercial & Ravings UttlH
I THE MAINE, 1 I
20 W. Center St., Provo. H
R. D. SUTTON, Proprietor. I
Finest line of Wines, Liquors and Cigars in Central UtaH
Courteous treatment for all. H
ffev J ; Book-BmdinJ
f!'1 1 V Paper-Buling, I
JSA&---J Improved inncninery. SklW
C ,TllIsStaiSSSXsS:Ste:iJ?so' nc. workmen employed None MH
MWM P tlrt-elass work turned oi.ti.hfl
WiSWZ i fHtiihliHhiduiit. County. CnutH
i i&JfeQ$Hiz2&Dl 6l Corporaiion work espei'lallr m
W&ZggJ JtT1y .i Helled. Merch.iHtslJinkiHr.M
.wSSESCKSjraHi?5' WJ? Lnwveis will find us cnpiMeiM
mit nil thu hlgh-clo-s work iham
AKSfiWEaiSiiiuur bedono to tho Inrge concertiB
-Sas3" Jm"m ttm East nnd Salt Lake City.
Tho Skclton Pub. & Stationery Col
PROVO CITY, UTAH. I
E. J, WARD & SONSl
LUMBER YARD Hi PLANING MILLS.!
. All kinds of COAI. I
Telephone 32. Provo, Utah. I
John A. Lewis' I
Livery Stable. 1
Best Accommodations for Traveling Men, H
Give me a call when you want a first-class rig. M
We want you I
to come and see our beautiful stock of Furniture, Lara
pets, Wall-paper, Linoleums, Window Shades, LCj
Curtains, Pianos, Organs, Guitars, etc.; Crocke'
Glassware and Jewelry; Steel Ranges, Stoves aj
Stove Furniture. The largest line of these gM
carried by any house in the West, at prices that V
be sure to please you. H
our new carpets are beauties. fl
prices Way down.
Our entire stock of Wall Paper will be sold at a HH
rifice to make room for new stock. Come any WWM
we never sleep. I
TAYLOR BROS. CO. I
Center of flontor St., PROVO 5 Braiuli Honse, EUREKA-. UTAH. '
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