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BHf Issued o very Wedpesiloy aim 8atunJny.
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Iflf ffl Appllcntlon hng been n.nde nt the postofflce
Jn Hlo at l'rovo City, Utah, for tnnsmi8lon through
H m iho malls as second claps mutter
HB H " SUltCUIPTIOK KATRSi
i""- - paVablo In Advance
Six Month , I
Thrco Months w, "
ir'be OmcfaTo'rin of the Utah County Pom.
ocrncv. devoted to tho Interests or l'rovo City
and Utah County,
IBS am't fclfnilTCrv tub Utah Cobntv 1)em
IE J mlrilMiril ociiat wuiitH iisi'tits unci
UE 1 11 II 1 1 LLt nollt-ltors In l'rovo unci
HVMB J - every city and town In
iBfl fltl Utah county. Mboral commission allowed on
Btf nil liliOnex, JVo shall aiso be iloai-d to re
!BH eclvo communications at to local lmpHnlngs
mmiKa orintowit. A noon ns votftlbln our mutineer
M S'' will visit Ida rtlfiorcnt precincts of tho counts
B IB, with a view of srourlnir corri'spondcnts nnd
H K ftircnts AildroM all communications to
n " " THE UTAH COUNTV DHMOCItAT,
B JK' l'rovo City. Utah.
HK ri f r iitp The (ollnwInRnro author-
lPB !RJ Tl I l" N I N I?"1 l7 ti" mnnnRCmt-nt
1 lVlL3i i 1 t)t of Tim Utah County
B H , i. DBMOoiiAT t receive or-
J Vf jcrs for subscription aid u other buslnosH
J PJ . and to collect money on ull ariouutii.
d I.ohl ...H W.Hom
flft American Fork Uhenezer Hunter
Hf HprinRvlllo 1' K. lloutz
M M', AlplnS I " Vunco
B W'i C : .
K JKT - ii -
H flgjt ' Kr.Kr yfijjr cyo on 'J he piiocit.vr.
HlB' Wjf. K. Vanduuuh.t, Jit Is to
HH( pidrry Wo timy say ho tins a Fair
iMB chanco to bo happy In tho now relation.
BB? ' J'KKy." Sam Small Is reported to
K lio disgusted with tho army. I'lio
HI'j country hns long been disgusted with
H( A nkv nr cloud Is roported to be
H doveloplnp In Afrfea. It's pretty nenr
BB tlino to KCt that unlvorsul punco propo-
PBH sltlon to worlilui,'.
H9 JTgV'Why do Iho 1002's remind you
H of tho c(tqr of tho OkiIou Stnndnrd?"
Hl Shu "They toot their own hum."
Hf Tho White and Ultip (Provn).
M AysTUiA has liiul a couple, of real
Jh 'French duels," Wo hope tho sense,-
HB- less custom Is not Rolng to (;nin popti
B ' Jarlty enough to coino on this sldo.
K. IUhk Dismocuat Is In receipt of tho
B" last number of tho 1). Y. A. paper,
HP Tho White nnd Itluo, winch Is more
1 atttactlvo and full of uood thltiRS than
HR' Col. J. L. Touituv of "UoiirIi Rider"
Kw fanip I? 'ft prp'tnlnunt cnntlldalu for
WB.-' Unltod Sijttea Senator from Wyoming.
Rll Tills war record business Is being
H?f worked iq tli'u full.
B Diai'ATpiiKS report $30,000 paid for a
HBi peat In the Nuw York Stock Excluinuo.
B ' Tho Sail Hitt;o Kfxuhniigo lias not yet
(tot that hltfli but Is still K1''K up. It
nay ct thuio hi tlmo.
HH Tni? next fight In thu l'lilllpplnos
BflE protiilses to ho between thu Uiiltod
HMyA' States and tho prtlves, Tho canvlc-
HH, Hon Is bcum forced every day that thu
HSnL ' Filipinos will bo unduslrablu clil-
BjjHc ons (o this Ilopubllo.
6 Both tho Salt Luka Tilhuno nnd
HHY Tlurnld' nrn heavily ndvartislng their
Hu, Now ;ear'j editions wilch w.lll uppcar
H' tomorrow. They will probably, as
HH! usual, bo valuablo oxponcnla of tho
BBi! iifcuregl nnd resources of Utah.
u . , .jjj Ojdp.a Standard makes tho
HaTaV fiil Unit it ho wanted to "thu Staud-
pVS l(I editor could liavo been trltlm-
B 4 Hltfltly e'fectod to olllce as an ndvocato
V &t 1A to last fall." No you, couldn't
fla un UH tho neoplu iro "onto you."
Bh A coMMirnac of collejo profossors
Byff liavo learnedly lavosiluated tho tyu.es-
HHi, lon itmY declaru itiat tho iiiouc'inry
HflBu standard. o( lt)o United States Is gold.
h illcss you! wo know -that long quo. Tho
Iirobletn coiifroiiilnp; tho American pco-
llo is how to chaii(,'o thut stutjuard
Bl ,- r nnd (,'lvo tiutncbbdy it chuueo besides
JHf tho gpl sliurTts.
HHjf KEI'ltF.SIiNTATIVK to OjiiKrcss Flom-
h Inp; of Georgia nays In regard, to thu
H3j ease of UoberU:
VL If a matt has uiarrlod throo women,
Wjk with thu eousent of his cluireh, nnd In
M accord with tho laws of his State. v;ould
B it bo Just Vihd' proper .for him to ills
ML Continue tho support of two of tho
if women or of ull of them bucauso a
if ' iiumber of penplo object to lilni for
fff hat reason as a representative la Con-
fress? Wr one, I say iissurt-dly not.
i f ho does so, ho would bu a human
bruto beneath tho'contempt of alt lion-
' arable tueii. My Judgment Is that liu
Iff will tutaln his seat."
'iBjft' b '-
till Tun showing that tho mines will
WUt"' mako with thhfi cuming new year will
jBff o vor splendid. It will placu Utah
Ifli hi tho front tank of mining States, and
KflBf' ihero will not bo it spot on thu fulr plc-
h turo. Utah lias inoro producing minds
In ; tliun any Statu Over had before, ex
HSYu costing, of oourso'.tlio plnoor mines of
Bu the Golden Statu, when they wore
Hi chunglng tho (liiaucial face Of thu
& world. Wo Stntu over had sq uiany
tfal, rioncst mines as Utah has-, no yeur in
HSf - ary taVe ever slioutd so gonuluo a
' nn reward fot' development work for nny
mB' ' i. w UUl" shows for tho year clcss
KW "K' .T,la 8t,lll) h'5 a right to bo vory
?ro,lulnin,f. U V.',il,ri,K Worests.-SaH
nBI- LttkeTtlhuno, TfuirhUity.
Ke - c '"h? P?l'l of Vovo arc particularly
MflKi a nbU) to upnrecliitii 'Uio trntii of tnu
HBfl auovc. Thi mluOa of Ulih huvu biJ'u
HHP aud are the principal cause of tbo pro
HLflfeL '' wwrltyof tbl and othei valley cltloe,
affim, .i " o
IBBffr fflmHfamiBMgMgi iiMllliM niritfrt
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HAPPY NEW YEAR. ""
Tonight 1808 dies nnd 130 Is bori)'
A netv year dawns or all tomorrow
and wo hope It will prove n happy and
piosperotis onu. Our period of exist
ence in l'rovo has bean short, but we
fuel to iliuiik our friends nnd tho pco
plu of l'rovo and Utah county that It
lias been as prospui ous s It has. Wi
liopu and cxpeut to rttmiln with the
peoplo heru dining thu laming year,
and luka this (ipporttinlty of soliciting
a poiitliitloiii of past favors. Wo inisl,
wu phiill di'soi vu lliein. To all wo with
a "Iluppy Nuw Year "
nOBER18 CASE AGAIN.
Thu bigoted opponents of Hon. II. H
Huberts aro continuing their light
against that gentleman's seat u Con
j'tess and apparently liavo oven ru
sorted to forxuiy to Inlluoncn publlo
Hoiillmont. Thu New York World Iiuh
pulillahud an nllHgoil Interview w
Mr Huberts willed undi'Uliledly Is a
grots libel on Dial gentleman In piril
uularniid tliu Mormon eliureh In gun
end, Thu light It being madu hugely
by clurgynion, who ought to have a
lntlo ch.irily for uiuiiibeis of otlicr de:
nomltiatlotii, but nppnrenlly havu
uonu. Uenomlnntions who havu iium
Jjured In their r.uiks and honoicd such
men ns Mubry pf Salt Liiko and Mai
vln, late of Moicur, and others too
numerous to mention, hoidd be rather
chary In tliolr criticism of ipcmbcrs, of
tlio Church of Jesus Christ of Latter
tiny Saints. I'lio Salt Trlbuuo says
Tho latmuagonf many Is most bitter;
niilny thinks tils Election was a dis
grace to thu nation, soma call 'fni a
national marrlago law; it Is clear Hint'
thu nation Is stirred to Its depths on
the subject. It is not stinnge, either.
Any onu at all familiar with tho senti
ment of tho K.istein States ought to
havu seen In lutviincu what would fol
low u lih thu election of tl man Involved
ns Huberts Is.
And iho full fury of tho storm lm(j
noc yut been reached; Indued, it has
but Just begun.
Thu Trlbuno should reinombor that
It Is nearly a year buroro Mr. lloborut
will tako Ills seat in Congress, und In
that time tliu storm will havu time to
both rise and fall. On sober reflection
tho pcoplo will agree that as Roberts
was fairly elected, was tho clioleu of u
vast majority of tho pcoplo of IJtuh.hu
is untitled to it scut ns thu representa
tive Ml that pcoplo. Tho Trlbutiu says
tho election of Hobetts Is "a blow
aimed at thu home." It Is nothing of
thu kind. It is tho yolco of a freo peo
ple, who nro guaranteed rullgtotis lib
erty, TI)o Trlbuno ij.iys furlhor;
If It culminates In hostile legislation
aimed directly at Utah, thu majority of
ttili Statu will havu no onu to thank
It will bu hard to mako tho pcoplo
belluvo that. If such a result should
occur tho people of Utnh will Justly
believe trial thu fault lies with ihoso
persons nnd newspapers who nru so
eager to gain n partisan advantage
that thuy will not listen to tho voice ot
tho people. Nobody contends hut what
Hoborts wns fitltly elected, nobody con
tends but what he will taku his seat.
If ho by any complication gf tiliciitn
stances Is expelled, it will bo u most
gross Injustice to it frco pcoplo.
HON. MARINUS LARSEN.
From tho Salt Lako Herald: Minimis
Lurxou was born Nov.' 15, 1810, near
Hurup, Als Sogn Aalborg Ami', Den
mark. Ills patents lolundlhu Mormbm
church in tliu spring of 1801, and on
tho 0th or April, 1800, sold their homo
and started for Utah. They sailed
from Hamburg n'n thu 0th pf April on
board the ship Electric, ami lauded iu
"New York on the 8ih of June, lliuti
weut by rail to Florence, Neb., whuro
tils father and a man named Wustguurd
bought foiu- cows and an old wgon
with whloh they closed the plains in
lilshup MiuIrou'u (Gnnulsoii) cump.my.
'Neither men uor cows over saw a
On reaching Salt Lako City they dl
Yldud tho to,iu nnd Larson nnd his
fumlly wont to SpituUh Fork. When
the Uluck Hawk wr.r liroku out Marl
uus Larson was tho youngest member
on tho guard roll In Utah county jiml
stood his turn until thu end of the war.
In tho spring of 180S hu was called to
go back with oxteams to bring In poor
umlgiants, und is now tho youngest
living who has ovor gino for that pur
pose. Iu 1885 ho wus elected a member
of tho city council of Spanish Fork and
wns it member of tliit body until Jan
uary 1, 1800, tWntf Unit tlmo ho
served onu term ns nldermtui and two
In 1805 howas elected a member of
tho first Statu loglslaturo. On Dec. 20,
1891, whon Spaulsh Fork wo9 divided
luto four wards, ho 'was chosen bishop
ut tho Thifd ward, whlph posUlon he
Ho Is at present u memborof tho city
council and mumbcr-ulout from Utnh
county o tho third Stato legislature.
Pkksipent Snow, tho hood of tho
Morraou nliurch, lids wflttun a logical
and consovuiivo lotter to tho $ev
York World, in regard to tho position
uf tho pcoplo lmro' on tho question of
polygamy, and tliu nuttier of Huberts'
election 'l Is Jn markwl and faorablp
contruM to thu lutumpcralu uttorauoes
of many Easlern ministers,
g,. .,-.... .t . n
The following Is the list of deputies
chosen by ilio county ollier-rs-uleot fur
ho ensuing two years, subject to Iho
ratlloatjon of tho pounty commission
nrs: Sliorlff Geo. A. toira regains his pre.
cent able disputing, H. A. ICnowIdun, W.
K. liutiry and J. T, Williams.
Hccordur May Hrown-Spencur lint
select rd Mrs. Wlliulrtjj Whto and
Miss Itosp Young
Clerk Havereiimp Justly believes hu
eatinot do belter than to retain im
proqiit coips, A, V. Hoblson and MIsj
For Tioiimnr Malmborg, Ed. L.
Jones, who U wall know in thu pist as
an al)lecoiniy olllcer. will actus chief
deputy for a tunc, when hu will go into
the olllce of Assessor HtiUh, L. A.
Johnson of Kautxqtiln will bo tho other
deputy In thu olllce which holds thu
fund'), and will become Mr. Malm
v"iu's chief In n few months.
Aseisor HuisIi'h chief deputy, whon
onu becomes necoss.iry, will bo E. L.
Surveyor Adniuinn'a alter ego will
bo Kugeno A. Hmiriod of American
Fork, who Is well known nj a practical
Tho Skolton company will emboss
freo of charge any name you wish on
Millies or piosunts untight of us.
V. II. ilii, J. W. Ilurton. S. A. King.
JINa.UURTOX & KING,
First National Bank bulldlug, Provo
M. M. Wumor. D. D. lloutz.
yAIlNEIl & 1IOUTZ,
Uooms 18, 14, 15, Union block,.Provo
J . L. Hitwllns S. It. Thurmun.
J. 11. llurd. E. A. Wodgwood.
TAYLINS, fpiirjUMAN, JIUKD &
' ' WEPUWOOJ),
Hooper block. Salt Lako City; First
National Hank building, l'rovo, Utnh.
QIUNT C. BAGLEY,
First Natlonnl Bank building, Provo
Office. First Natloual Baujc building,
JLMER E. COIIFUAX,
1'irst National Bank building, Provo
Jt E BOO I'll,
No. 23 J Street, Provo City, Utah.
QIIARLES DoIOIS Y,
Boom 15, Bank. building, Provo City,
JLNG & JOHN.
Union block, Provo City, Utah.
)R. GKO. E.ROHISON,
Physician nnd Surgeqn.
Oflleo at resldenco, ono block east of
Hotel Hoborts, Provo City, Utah.
" ' i i I
g II. ALLEN,
Surgeon R.-G.W. Railway.
Tolophono 50.- OiHuo nt residence,
Oth St., bo. K qnd Lj Prqyo, Utah.
JOS. E. GI100K,
Porssou block, Payson, Utah.
O. W. Pqwors. - U. N. Straup. Jos. Ltppman.
pOWEItS STRAUP & HITMAN,
Edglo book, Salt Lako 0,b, ytah.
P, P. HINDilflABSil S
HW,i, i i n
111 SILVERWARE to be GIVEN AWAY.
6000 pounds candy, nuts, raisins, cur
rants, lemons and citron. In buying
largo lots I can maku prices. Silver-wnro-Nos.
1 to IC call nnd get par
ticulars. Fill up the babies' stockings
with candles, nuts, orat.gos. figs, dat-s
baniuins, chuwlng gtiiu and cocoanuts.
I liavo a pomplule stock of everything
In thu grocery line. Got you n lino
turkey, chicken, roat or boll nt our
meat market. Also curry a full lino of
cured meats and lard at both depart
ments. Keep (ho goods tho people
want, and mako prices for specialties,
P, P. HINDMARSH.
Barrett & '
Articles and Prices we
Offer to the Public:
L-imps from 20c. up to $9.
Tumiilct-M. per set; 15, 25, 05 ncd fjOc.
Desert Dllies, a pluco, !H, 5. 7, 10,
121. 15, 20 and 25c. r
OatiufUl Dishes, 12,15,20.25nnd30c.
Teacups and Saueuis iu all varieties.
Broad and Milk Sets.
Towels, per pair, 15, 20, 25 to OOo.
Men's and Boys' Gloves, all kinds,
from 50c to 81.2JS per pair.
Ladles' and Misses' Milts from 20c up
to We pur pair.
Best lino of Glass a,pd Chlnawaro to
select Xniis, birthday and wedding
Lnco Curtains from COo to $1.70 pnlr,
Lamp Chimneys, C to 25c.
Lauterns, tho best, for only COc.
You nro vnlcnmo to oxamlno our
stock whether you buy or not.
Center St., 3 doors west factory raco,
GEO. W. JONES.
No. 10 Wost Second South,
Salt Lako City; unit 303
25th St., Ogdun, Uluh,. "
"Will give you
to all points
Hapgngo chocked; berths secured; new
tickets furnished ut reduced rales.
WRITE FOR RATES.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
General Bankins Business Transacted.
S. fc. Junes Vlco-Presldeni
J. O. Grabam. Geo. Tavlor,
Joseph i. Smith, E. F. Sheets,
' D. A. Swan, '
D. A., SWAN, Cashier.
Safoty deposit boxes for root from
$3 per annum and uptvmds.
and Savings Bank. J
PROVO CITY, UTAH,
Capital, $75,000, Snrplns, $10,000,
Bced Smoot President.
o: h. Looao Ylcu-t'riwldont,
JolitJpmM, James A BBiin,
Rogor Farror, L. S. Milk
John It. Twelves.
008. T. FARRER, CASHIER,
Sfo dofoslt boxes for ront. i
! ... ..... . . '
t irjia r
ft J We 9arry all KinrJ3 j
! 1 Knives, ,J
iik Scisso3 j
J Razors, ;
" XS. P of tlie bast quality, OuF !
V '1 -4v assortment of (
: . , isunaurpassed. Seoour '
Granite and Nicke.pa, ,
ted Ware. See
-" - Our Window,
FR0V0 HARDWARE & IRON COMPANY,
Fip THE FINEST LNE of FANCY
WMWW$ COCKERS ever offered to the ,
?SSof -1 Trado from
fmwWm S12S IIPI
c!g!KKi COME AND SEE!
ill 1 Hi M WE AUE FULLI
WML.I-sJSkw''j in every dnpartment. Our China and Jowe.
iFyJpaiBtfeSga r' Dul,t" ,9 " of tM0 I'trrfost in the West.
T IJ"Eji Furniture, Carpets, Curtalno, Pto.jn.inoi
w R J& S lR rK'lus' O'tR'trn, JIandolins, Musical Mdse!
JlsSSxssJh IS Stoves, Steol Ranges, Stovo Furniture, etc,
glfW HOT BLAST HEATERS,
SJd (j& AT THE SLEEPLESS
Taylor Bros. Co,
Contpf of Center St., PROVO; R ranch House, EURKKA. TJTAn.
ProYO Boiler Mills.
Jesse ISnigjat & Sons, Propers.
Will Pay CASH for Wheat.
Mill opp. R. It. depot. P. O. Iiox 102. Tolophono No. 31. k
JOS. T. McEWAN, - - - - Manage?.
ft HEW DEPARTURE!
W. P. Bonrictt hnj openod up a new COAL yard on J St., corner 4th, whert
ho will bo pleased to take you,r order and deliver to any part of tho city
DIAMOND AND ROCK SPRINGS COAL
Motto: Promptness and Full Weight. W. P. BENNETT,
E. J, WARD & S0N&
LUMBER YARD. AND PLANING MILLS,
All kinds of COAL.
Telephone 32, Provo, Utah.
h R M Julius Jensen,
i(iJb WATCHMAKER MD JEWELER,
HWV OPTICAL GOODS
9'LVRWABE Repairing a SPECIALTYJ
P. O. Rox, 350. TvlkmioNB, Np- iZ'
Livery, Feed and Sale StablaJ
FIRST-CLASS) HACS ANQ CARRIAGES.
Special Rates to Commercial Men, 'm
Cor; I, and Qerer Sts, PRQVO CITY UTiI