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f aiirTijWM infH linn" 'ii i" "i
or TUB flJSWS,
.PANED FROM OUR NEIGHBORS
G AND BOILED DOWN.
tare lor This Tliriviiiff Camp-A
rrnka correspondences of IIcraltL,
E 27. itls claimed that the thriving
"finVcamp t E"rek)l w,n B00n b0
, Sbowt of a stock oxchanRM of Its
lo fact, U I understood Unit
wMtablUhment Is to bo opened to
SI probably In tho afternoon, as
limes on tho board are to bo gov-
!ll bv quotations established on tho
moraine, arrangements having been
rfecled l" 'nd out quotations from
Mj city lo Ruroka by tolcpliono iui-wc-llatcly
after tho morning cull of the
This U a iuovo In tho right direction,
it Aflllcnablo the rosldonts of Eu
reka and 'ril,tl0 (ll3tr,c1, "' lmi1 8U0
L'fullylo mining securities without.
Llilnc fur a day or two to loam what
Jocks are )llng at In "Tho Hub,"
,nd It will also stlmulitu the decided
5 uterest being taken In mining Btnck
rtrnactlons nt tho present tlmo.
Of course, tho dialings on tho Eu
relci board will doubtless be largely
conflned to Tlntlc stocks, still, the
ejtabllshmout of this exchange will on
ible TIntIo people to deal In any se
curity called on tho Salt Lake board,
thepOsMngof quotations giving tlmni
the opportunity of ascertaining the
strength and direction of slocks so
that they can placo their ordurs by
wire with brokers In this city.
Tabernacle Corner of J nnd Sixth
streets. Sunday services at 2 p.m.
Stake presidency, Edward Partridge,
D. John and Reed Siuoot.
First -vnnl K streot, bewceu Fourth
aafl Fifth streets. Sunday evening
services at 7:00. Hishop, A. Knudson.
Second ward Corner of Fourth i',ul
Dstreut9. Sunday sorvices at 7:30 p:m.
Bishop, Simon l Eggcrtbon.
Third ward Corner of E and Eighth
streets. Sunday services at 7:00 p.m.
Bishop, W. J. Lewis.
Fourth ward Ninth street, bolweon
J and K streets. Sunday services at
JiflQ p.ui. Bishop. J. H. Koolor.
31. JJ. cnoncil.
II street, between Sixth and Scvonth.
Sunday sorvices at 11 a.m. and 7:30
w.ta. Pastor, llev. J. E. Kirbyo.
' CONailKOATIONAI, CHUKOT.
f street, corner of Tenth. Sunday
services 11 a.m. and 7:20 p.m. Pastor,
K streot, between Eighth and "Ninth.
Sunday School, 10 a.m.; preachlug, 11
a.m.;B.Y. 1 U. nicotine;, 0:40 p.m.;
lecture, 7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting
Wednesday evening at 7:30,
There will bo Christian Science ser
vice In rooms of Sorosls, Reed Smoot
Wock, on J streot, next Sundny. Sun
day school at 10:00 a.m. Church sor
vlc at 11:00 a.m. Evening servlco,7:30.
Wednesday evening mooting begins
'8W. A cordial welcome to all.
Of Infinite ratlrnon.
Eome men are great In Bllenco, somo
' Krand In talk. Tho Pennsylvania
Railroad company haB a man in chargo
Its bureau of Information In Jorsey
wy who answors on an average 10,000
Witions n day, and tho person do3
W live who has oeen his feathers
""aped. Remarkable man! The
rave lag public can ask more fool
Mrtl DB than an? ot,ler PubllQ on
ftt,L.but t0 interrogate stupidly,
'"Wy. IdioUcally or otherwise; Mr.
" 0. Caldwell Is to discover a reversal
m w Biblical Injunction to answor a,
dv. 11 nccord'ne to his nslnlnlty.
th.V tralns B0 nnd como da,Iy nt
r.M sylvanln station, and all these
wn must have at his tongue's
nn,' M wel as a complete map of the
tt t 1 lt eTery ono'a ma,n depond
ifi heard PeP,e lnqulro
ask- -n parce,fl l ha hoard others
b i , .Ve yu Been a man around
om. "g a8 " h0 expected to meet
XXV "Dld a lons' thln chap
'or raer."g a"f le a messago here
AIM .' DId a yune woman with a
hndtr. ou 6ho expected her hus
I'm th. prr Ve on th0 Chicago limited?
eer76nma"-"Caldwell knows at sight
olnen " ,that travclB overy
"Mar nnraan a pubUc 1If0- every
Co m near,y every lrreuhir pa,
!d kBfti ImA' Do,nB man of var
hi, feI, dg0 he Is In domand among
'arol 1 1 When arguments wax hot.
' reeaM frecasta he has an unbeat-COfd--New
tthb0y haa bcen compel'ed by hla
outhr..to wrIt4 an M8ay on "Th(
lehoni'i, tov t,omo 'ntaMrtlon of the
iMd, '.v plIne' anrt lh,s is what ho
J0 ' Yonr month is tho frontdoor to
tor. ll !s ,htt "PC'uro to the cold
If l4 lit yournnatomy. Sonjo months
M lit u pp,,cue8 nd crenmi 8O1110 look
M M"Jio(eln brick wall to adjuU a
now tlom- or wiiulov. Tho ujouth'li a
hotbod for toothacho, and thebunghnln
for oratory. Tho mouth la the crimson
utile of your Hvor; at times It Is n pa
triot's fountain, and a sum Uuol'cucst
for pic. Without a mouth the politician
would be 11 wondor on tho face of God's
green earth and go down lu an un
honored grave. It U the grocer's
friend, tho orator's prldo and tho don
list's hopo. It puts somo men on tho
rostrum and some In Jail. It Is tho
temptation's lunch counter wljou at
tached to a maiden, and tobacco's
friend when attached ton man. with,
out It married life would bu a summer
dream, and a dudo would loso half
IiIb attractions." Ex.
A POST-MOnjEM VIEW.
A Cnitlllnn Expert Write pf United
Btntri Vfnrililp ns Mere Tab.
It seems almost Incredible that the
Spaniards should ever havo considered
Cervcra's fleet superior to anything wo
could send against if, yet such seems
to bo tho case. If they believed tho
comparisons of tho two navies made
by their newspapers they nro logically
correct In their conclusion,
Theso articles, says tho Chicago
Chronlclo, written by Spanish naval
experts, appeal strongly to a credulous
peoplo and represent our warships as
ubsolutely valueless, whilo thoir own
are simply marvels. A. de Canta, the
moat popular naval writer in Spain,
makes a rpmnrkablo comparison In La
Illustraclon Naclonal of Madrid that Is
qulto sufflclont to lnsplro bio country
men with confidence'
Ho admits that tho United States has
tho larger fleet, but shows that it Is
practically valueless. "It is manned
by the dregs of an almost worthless
population criminals and released
convicts. For tho most part these are
foreigners without tho slightest pa
triotism. Tho crews, being animated
by motives of supldlty alone, are des
titute of that pride and enthusiasm
that control Spaniards." For these
rcasopB, Mr. Canta concludes: "The
result Is, therefore, that if our navy
Is Inferior to tho American navy In
quantity It la greatly superior in qual
ty, elnco our sailors, in addition to
their transcendent bravery, which la
universally acknowledged, possess dis
cipline, enthusiasm and confidence,
which tho Yankees are far from hav
lnc." Having demonstrated tho utter
worthless character of the sailors who
man our shlp3, tho rival of Weylor and
Munchausen in tho art of lying goes
on to compare tho ships of tho two
navies, describing that of Spain qs
made up of ships faultless in construc
tion, armored and armed to suit the
queen regent's taste, marvels of speed,
ycritablo things of beauty.
Words almost tall htm when he
mnkes a sanguinary attack upon out
ships. Ho declares that the battlo
ships Indiana, Oregon and Massa
chusetts, which ho calls "crulsors ol
tho first class," cannot go to sea with
anything llko full coal bunkers. 11
they should the "waves would wash
over thom." They aro only suitable
for coast guards. The recent sailing
record of the Oregon somewhat dis
credits this criticism.
Ho says the battleships California
nnd Pennsylvania aro under construc
tion, which will bo news to Americans.
Ho declares tho Texas to bo woefully
deficient. "Her machinery Is bad bo
rond repairing her torpedoboat tubes
aro useless. She is a bad lot,"
Tho only American ship of which
he speaks kindly is tho Brooklyn. Ho
eays she Is fast and "can, therefore, re
fuse to fight at all," a point which tho
Spaniards in tho Caribbean appear to
ALL KINDS OF MEATS.
Casn Paid for Fat Liyc Stock.
24 Center at., Provo, Utah;
1 ' m I. 1 ' '"
WE WOULD LIKE TO
SUBSPR1PER OF OUR8.
osnniiOJUAV "I 'I? 'O '7,
jo inJon Xioi)oiumt piuX pun oohjc
J SOMlilJS BOH I
Send your orders to J. J Peters, AruuI
Telephone No, 'i,
- A NEW DEPARTURE! "o 7
W. P. Uotmctt hns oned up n new COAL ynrd on J St.. corner 4th, whoro
ho will bo pleased totako your order and dullyor to any part of tho city
DIAMOND AND ROCK SPRINGS COAL,
Motto: Promptness and Full Weight, W. P. BENNETT.
In tho District Court of tlio Tourtt Judicial
pintrlct, of Mm Btuto of Utuh, Billing In and
for Utah Cjunty.
Frederick S. Dart, plaint' IT, I
r .,,. v1 . . . t SUMMONS.
Lillian V. Dart, defendant.
ThoStatoof Utnh to tho Bald defendant!
You nro lieroliy summonBd to appear within
twenty daiHUftor thexervlco of Mils nummmiit
upon jou, If nervoit within the county lu which
this action In brought, utherwtftu, within thirty
diy nfter service, and defend tho above m .
titled notion j nnd In c&so of your failure so to
do, JuilRmcnt will bo tendered a.ilhst you uc
cording to tho demand of tho complaint, 11 copy I
of which Is liereH Ith served 011 you. I
Hamuki, k. Tiiuhman,
Kt.MKIl P.. COIIKMAN, J
Attorneys for plaintiff.
Poglomcn nddres: Kooius I and 3, First Na
Monnl limit building, Provo City, Utah County.
State of Utah.
Statk or Utah, i
County of Utah, f 8a'
I. Heo. Ilivoioamp. County Clerk, nnd ex
OmcloClTkof tho Fourth Judicial District
Court, In ind for Mia County of Utnh. Stato of
Utah, do hereby certify that tho foregoing Is n
full, true and correct copy of the original sum
mons In tho enso of Frederick 3. Dart vs. I.ll.
linn P Dart as appears on Ulu In my oftlcu.
In witness whereof, I havo hereunto set rav
hnndnndnnlxod my ofnclut seal, this Und day
of Dcccmbor. A. D. IKW.
(hkai.1 Oj:0 11AVKUCAMP, Clerk.
Ily A. V. KoitlKON, Deputy.
First publication Deo. U, IWS.l
In tho District Court or tho Fourth Judicial
District, Utah County, State or Utnh.
Fannie II. Moore, plalntirr, vs Wm Ilowcn
nnd Ituth llowon, his wtfij thu Spanish Fork
Co-operutlvo Institution, n corporation: tho
Tlutiu Kunco Kallwny Company, n corporations
Lombard Investment Company, defendants.
To bo sold at sheriff's sale at tho front door '
of tho county court houso on IhuIOlhrtiyot
January A. D. 1899. nt 12 o'clock in., ut Provo
City, Utah County. Stato of Utah, M10 follow
ing described proncrty, to-wlt:
Part of tho southwest quarter of section
thlrty-four-3-l, township otRht-8, south of
Knngo two2 east of Sail Lako Meridian: nnd
beginning ut n point two and one-fourth-2H
chains west, and ono and onc-fourth-Mi chains
south of tho northeast corner of the said quar
ter, and running thence south thirty and
Miroe-fourths-3u?i chains: thenco west thirty
nine nnd thrcc-fourths-SV'i chains; tliuneo
north thirty and thrco fuurthg-no'i chains;
thenco cast thirty nlno mid three fourlhs-wi
chaln, to the point of beginning. Containing
In nil ono hundred and twenty-l'JOncrcs.
Dated at Provo, Utah, Dec. 16, 1K8.
Uko. A. Stoiuih,
Sherirr, Utah County, Utah.
Hy Wm.K. Henry. Deputy onerlff.
I,. A. OMteln.uttonicy for plulnttrt.
First publlcsfion Dec. 17, 18'JS.l
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE OF MECHAN
Ho it known that I, James M. O'llrlen, nm
nbout to foreclose n mechanics' letn which I
now bold against tho property of tho llulllon
Heck Tunnel Compnnv, n corporation of tho
Stato of Utah, to sntlsfy u demand for work
nnd labor pcrlormcd, nnd tools and materials
furnished to tho amount of tillO. Said loin
being recorded tn tho records of Utah, County,
Btiilo nf Uluh. Raid proporty of tbu llulllon
lleek Tunnel Company iigalust which I bold
said leln Is located In tbo Tlntlc Mining Dis
trict, Countyof Utah, S.utobf Utah, nnd known
Knst Hoy Mining Clulm, U. S. Lot No. 3118.
Illg Eastern Mining Clnlm.U. S. Lot No. 31 19.
Protection Mining Claim. U. S. Lot No. 3U7.
Shepnrd Mining Claim. U. S, Lot No. 3W.
Therefore under Section 1301 ol Chapter I,
relating to mechanics' loins, lu tho Kovlscd
Laws of Utah for IMW, I hereby notify uny nnd
all persons claiming or holding loins on or
ngnlnst sild property of tho llulllon Heck Tun
nrt Company to 00 nnd appear nt the District
Court of tho Fourth Judicial District, County
or Utah. Stato of Utah, nt 10 o'clock u m on
tho 23rd dny of January, 1899, or as soor, there
nfter ns same cqn lo hsnrd, and to then and
thcru to exhibit proof of snld lelns.
JAMHH M. O'llIJIHN.
Holzbelmer & Holzheimor, uttorneys for
Jnmes M. O'llrlen.
(Flrst.publlcatlon Doe. 14, 1893.)
In tho District Court of tho Fourth Judicial '
District, of tho Stato of Utah, sitting lu and I
for Utah Cqunty. '
Sarah Elizabeth Ncllson, plaintiff, )
James V. Nctlson, defendant.
ThoStatoof Utah to tho said defondant:
You aro horoby summoned to uppenr within
twenty days after the sorvlco of this summons
upon you, If served within tho county In which
this action Is brought, otherwlso, within thlty
days after sorvlco, and defend tho above en
titled action; and In cuso of your failure so to
do, Judgment will bo reuderod against you ac
cording to tho demandof tho complaint, a copy
of which Is horowltli served on you.
Attorney for Plaintiff,
Postofflco address: Provo City, Utnh County,
Olllco: First National Hank.
First pubilcutlou Dec 14, IKiH.1
BALE OF ESTRAY ANIMAL.
statk or Utah. l.
Countyof Utah, fB
In the Provo Precinct of said Ounty.
I havo In my possession the following de
scribed estray animal, which if not claimed
and taken away, will bo sold nt publlo uuctlon
to tho highest cash bldler at elty estray pound,
In Provo precinct, on the 2Hth day of Decem
ber, IS98, at tho hour of 12 o'clock noon:
Ono Iron gray ahetland muro pony, two hind
cot while, llttlowhlto In face, yearling past,
no brands visible. . ,
Hald estray was taken up by mo In Bald
preolnpt on tho 15th day of December, 1M)8.
Poundkeepor of Provo Precinct.
OUR TEA AtfD COFFEE
tell the talo of their goodness In un
HHStiikabie lntiBUiis'o. Thoso who ap
preciate tho luxury of a good cup of
either beverage can fratify tlmlr taste
by purchasing bur lienj, ta at 40o. and
our best coffee at 40c. Thoso aro from
tlie eholcost sulcctlotm of I ho best
crops and aro unrivalled for Blrengm
ami delicacy of llavov.
Your grocery bill will bo ten por
ceutlcss If you trade here.
GEO. E. HOWE, Grocer,
?8 Qeuter St., TroYOt
Bread, Cnkes, (i
Candy, arid fl
Wedding Cakes. ((
PROVO CII1 BAKERY.
I EVERYTHING IN BAKERY ll
() WE KEEP EVERYTHING (
j WE ADVERTISE. j
F. D. KELLY, PropV.
3 to 1
The chuncos aro thrco
to ono in your favor
If you got 119 to repair
1 J J"P measure tho
VV i oponlng
VV j tho glass
VV JL glazing
Snow & Young.
- .-4..--.--- -
: J Watcli :
I 1 Bopairiug.
I wish to thank tho public
for their liberal patronage.
in thu past and ask them to
call and sco tho largf Xmas
Stoolc of Juwclry, Clocks,
Silverware which has nr- '"
rived and is on exhibition.
: piuces eight. :
J: A. Van Norsdall.
Taylor Bros. Co.
CURRENT TIME TABLE.
In KITect November ff, 1H0H,
LEAVE PHOVO l'Oll KVST AND SOUTH.
No. 2 For Grand Junction
und points East... .... 0:33am
No. 4 For Grand Junction
and points Eist 8:50 pm
No. 0 For Springvlllo, This-
llo Sannoto and Hichlluld 0;S3 p in
No. 8 For Springvlllo. Span
Fork l'ayson and Luroku 0:20 p in
i.eayk pitoyo roit WISST.
No. 1 For Salt Litko City,
Ogdon and the West. . . 1 1 :12 11 m
No. 3 For Salt Lake City.
Ogdon mid tho west... 7:41 p 111
NoG For Am. Fork, Lohl.
and Salt Lako City ... 4:10 pm
No. 7 Fr Am. Font, Lohl
nnd Halt Lake City 8:27 a 111
AltlllVB PIIOVO KUOM EAST AND BOUTH
No. 1 From Denver, Grand
June, and points East 11:12 a m
No. 0 From Dunver, Grand
Juiict'n und points east 7;1A p m
No. G From Sprlngville, This.
tlu Sanpute, ltlohilcld 4:10 p 111
No. 7 From Sprlogv'le, Span-
Ish F'k, l'ayson. Eureka 8:27 a m
AJUtlVU AT PltO O Jf ItOM WEST, "
No. 8 From California, Og
don mid Salt Lako City 0:33 a tn
No. 4 From California, Og-
(Inii and Silt Lako City 8.G0 p m
No. 0 From Salt I.uko City,
Lfdit and American F'k 0:23 a m
No. 8 From Salt Lake City,
Lohl nnd American F'k 0i20 p in
The only line to Ogilun and Denvor
wlihoutchaugo, Free reeling chair
cam on through trnlus. Through
sleeping ftiiHtp Denver. ICunsm CUy,
Chiougo, I'orMiirid and Sun Francisco.
, ElHgant equlppment, safety, speed
P. C, Uodoe, General Managor,
S. II. Uaiicook. Trullle Manager,
V. A. Wadi.kkih, Ocn'l l'as, Agt,
F. Fqutp, TU-Kot Agent, 1'royo.
I? " i. "" BW
Provo Steam Laundry fl
r -' " ' 1 H
M Best work nnd reasonable pricesr l.' H
ift :.ili -'1
(H&k Give us a trial; guarantee satisfaction. 'imh 1
ss1 Ve tne ,nest fie worKi and far H
maltc a specialty of family trade. W "9 ' M
J. N. GULIQK, ' - - - PKOrKierOR . H
TjSEDI i --"ALL HEADY NOW:::;
J7T , '. Jft-JSi. to till your bin for tho holiday oeaon w -H
I ' , ' vwl-JPoiit nr0 wltn wt''' (,crt'e,,'(L doiui und i ,- H
-".' ' ( TZ j&wlfer?vR3i Rr,do COrtl "l ,IIW l"Ici'8- Winter i u H
' ' $jk?M Jf' ih'Korlng lu tho iHjt of fall, but ti ,- H
" y i JjKaRy IwtI ',ou,,c,,' ,n u,,on UR Bn(' vv"' "take a i n . H
' S)yli t,lw s',",ll Chin with warm rotvpiv u H
l ' 1 - A. il yy 'rm our Kiipcrlor coil lii your Jlroplnw or
WWLLAVb a'i vCw. N3 m ,,lM,l,,r Ah haklng coal CHUtlj Gate U flH
Sfel IwiJKlr City Olllci': I'rovoCouinierolal and Sv !:l
CSSSrfeTraWffiC Infill Hank. Tulephomi No. 17. M
sfc1-. ami (t si'iwi.
we"E roylance, I
SPRINGVILLE, UTAH. M
PIONEER FRUIT AND PRODUCE MERCHANT I
OF UTAH COUNTY. M
AGENTS T?0E.... Fas Cash
Studobakor . for choice ,
Wagons, Etc., m Iuas ! I
Bicycles. W -10. :
YAf&c: nnnn1; I
in all varieties. Assortment the best. I-
Prices the LOWEST. Elegant prizes H
given free. Give us a call "
At WEST STORE. """Tl
John A. Lewis'
HM , . Q .H
Best Accommodations for Traveling Men. N
Give me a call when you want a first-class rig, :H
Headquarters for all travelling and mining men. Nothing M
but first-class trade and the best of goods handled. Finest N
brands of Wines and Liquors for family trade. H
BfllLEY & VIIHG&NT.
Center St., PROVO. H
The CASH GROCERS I
...ARE STILL LEADING IN PIUCES... H
. : ' 1
No. 1 Hakiir Flour, norak, .,..$ 7C A full Ilnoof Granltowaroatbodroclc
KvcXSlv.v.v:::::: 5 g-w
Throo oans Corn ,,. 25 Olnvus at JlOo (o$L25 per pair, H
Rice, No. 1 Japan, por )t , , 1 School Ilouks una Supplies cheap. -jH
So?1, ;::::::: 8! ...xmas books... '
Kluctrlo or Palo Sapono Soop, lir. ' 3 UKMEMHKIt that wo credit no onr Nl
Wnsiiirn Wnnlinr So 2. 3 "0 WK want your cuib, und If nrleeu aro H
rul's 00,70,B0j ro 8ont o. O. D. If tho cash doou not iH
Buckets,.,,, .,,.,,,..16 to OOo nccompauy your order. Bond your 9HB
Oil Cuns., 20 to 00c children if you cannot curoo yourself, flN
McAdarq &c Bursting: H
PHONE 23. HO WEST CENTER ST, Hj
P, S. Headqaarlers for RAY BROS, TRANSFER CO. , 'mA