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HHr THE 'DEMOCRAT-
Mur jr s'iuiiDAY dkokmhcu m, isds
IIL j OFFICIAL DIREQTORY.
IBJjL f District Judge, Wnrren N. Duschbcrry
BHn'Jt Clark. Goorjro Hiivorcnmp.
Mp. Court Sicnoirrajihcr, Jfout Itobortj.
ynF UTAH COUNTY QFFICER8,
Mltt I' ( Jamrn (). Iliilloclt, PI. Grove
MPT . EplcctmerUJumiH II. l'cery, l'innon.
IBM f (A. M lnvi, Lclit.
MBS JK Afflf-ssor Jtd J Mcicer. AnicrlRin I'orU
UH' ir Ctrrtt (Jcorgu Jlnvcruatnp l'rovo
K E S lie HO UturRoA Storm, l'rovo
HHf m, Jlccordrr lljruiii K. Thom.tH, l'rovo
WHSL mJ Treasurer.... Mllcn Jakomnn
MIWP me 1'roii'Ctillnc Attorney Hiunuel A. Kin:, l'rovo
Bi3'' Kh Surveyor...., Andrew Ailammi, Am. Fork
Mnfi fl Huiit. fecliools J, V. llrown, 1'). Urovo
HEP1' W Quarantine I'hyilclan ....Dr. Allen, l'rovo
fKhK PROVO CITY OFFICERS.
DBb, jBa Mnyor ....Samuel S .Tpties
IHHfi Hf Councilor
Mil' WE rirst Wnril.. . HrlK Johnson, Thcimns Ilpculcy
IW W- .Second " II. J. W. Uodd.ird W. H Ilrurnton
Ima. I TMrd " ..i:. y. Vincent, a. w. hiiiiUiir
lH t' Vou rlli " ...Tlioinax Martin. Jiilm I!. Iloolii
UIJI L Fifth W M. Molfunilrlck, J. II Koelf-r
IHK mt Itreordcr J.ara I.. Nclnon
BC K Mamlnil Nowfcl Knight
Mft- Treasurer Mnry lloslmril
(I JB Auditor John MoAdam
Hf f JuHllce of tlio Peace. Alotizo A. Noon
ML City Attorney 'llionniit John
(K'SU' Superintendent Wnturworku J,"13 ArmltHtcnd
KH buiiriintlno l'liyslrlan Dr. minimum
MHB NvntiTUiimtoranrtlloud Sapor W K. Kurrcr
HKW CIlyHcxton .' T. II Clun
Imp W pro Ohlof W.J Taylor
K p -
Kg I J, Holiday rnles vlu II. 0. W.
IK H? Alt "ovoltles, Snow ti Young.
yDPnr Fresh oj filers at Flcltier's rostaurniit.
UJw ml IIuvo you aeon Snow & Ypung's wiu-
WkL i (,ou?
nlff U? Go to "V. II. (fray & Po, for school
R I b00)8,
HE ak' Snow & Young luivc a flno window
HTK v Go to Dr. N. II. Nelson fqr flrst-claas
HKsKk ilcntul work.
Sjfcfitw- Goto I). F. Flotncr's restaurant for
HKf your 'nin8 dinner.
H f UP TO DATE WotlrtlDB Stationery.
Br, f Silver, the Printer.
B ' Dlirlstiims tin key's nt lllnilntarsh &
2H&' C. prler's meat mnrkut.
yK t Lca'e your onlers for turkoys enrly
Wm r at Illnrtniarsli st Grler's.
Ul JF ' Travel via Oregon Short Lino. Half
t rates during tho holidays
rppV "American Author," Cuban
J. il 1 liauil-mado clgnrs.
II.vvo you soon tho art window?
, - 'J"no Elkhorn Pliarmncy U hond-
fliiartcra for Holiday jroods.
Albeit Slitclclon wont to Salt Lake
yesterday qn mining ljuslnoss.
Tho 11. O. W. makes mto of ono fnro
for round trip for tho holidays.-
IBs' a F. A. McGraw has bcon In Nonhl on
IBaF bi3luesa(?) suvcqi) days tlls wcplc.
HHHP To Denver nnd return only 318 via
BfJfjf!- V- G. W, Jiinuary 22ud and 20rd.
ISur Dr. N, II, Nelson Is making a record
WFg. . ns thu foremost dentist In Provn."
Bf wt P A T-I pn'1' for WMeilt n tno lrovo
Br W? UiOXl Holler Mills, o). dopot.
SMniT? American Author; hluh
iVLUA..L grado Havana cigars,
K.Epv Half rat os for Qhrlstmas Mid Now
Bff, Yo:rr v'a Oregon Short Lino railroad.
Htw a Mirrors, dressing enscs nnd all khids
PJtT Pf tQt!t' irtlcc3 lit (ho Elkhorn Phar-
WRFMfi "P" F" Flelnor will havo tho best tho
ji. rqarUet a (To id 3 at his restaurant for
Hlf. 18 hplldays.
Hr' ' Art noyolHos, GOp. to $5Q, at Snow &
HJ A njco lino af cholco riorfumery cult-
H nldp for Holiday presents at tlip Elk-
Rp'' 'rn Wi it mine v.
m "AMERICAN fiKS
Im '" Ilnvauti cigars.
H If Wive
HnH iow much comfort husbands
HRm would obtnln If at night thoy.
HBflRf, could chaugo their heavy, cold,
HBJP' ' wet, uncomfortable shoes for a
BSjff pnlrof soft, .vnrni, comfortable
f - slIppeiH, the wives would seo
KBm o it that tho holidays did not
Hlwr pass without a visit to oir shoo
(Or- Bloru nutl outuluing tho long
BwM"" Pr slipper stock Is comp)cto
IB. imd prices aro tho lowost.
Hf-- n McCoardBim
Klk The 0I1B-PRIGE F00KFTTSR8t
H9' - Boom formerly ocouplud by
mm r r &
91 n J
Whon your teeth need fixing, don't
forget that Dr. 0. U. Buydor s Prpvo's
UL' TO DATE HooU, Job and Society
Printing. Sliver, tljo Printer, base
ment Union block, Piovo.
Tho Skelton enmpany ll rmboss
free of cluirgn nny nnmu ymj wish on
Ulbles or presents bought of us.
W. D. Wilson went to Tlntlc Tliurt
day evening to commencu work on tho
Mormon Ohlf ground near Silver City.
Wc have been Informed that V. II.
Grnv it Co. carry the llnesl assortment
of dolls that can bo found In the city.
Artists' materials, Snow & Young.
Tho Elkhorn Plinnnary has n cholco
lino of tho eolebrated 'M (" candle.
Don't full to get a box for Christmas.
Tho It, G. V. makes a rate of $18 to
Denver a'd return January 22nd and
Wrd, limited tt twenty days from date
Don't forget that Dr. Nelson Is the
lollablo dentist of'Provo. Work .ilways
nrst-clius and guaranteed. Call and
Dr. 0. H. Snyder, dentist, lias his
olllce over the Smoot Drug Co. Don't
forget tho number. Ills work Is all
right and guaranteed.
Miss Miigulro's art display at Snow
Wo havo a cholro lot of lino box
pnpetrle Hint wo will almost give
away, Wo need thu room for our
manufacturing department. Tho Skel
Art novotlcj at Snow & Younir's.
Como to the Skelton company's store
at 10 o'clock a.m. Monday, Dec. 10.
Wo must sell all our holiday books,
They are beauties; bought for this spe
Havo your abstracts proparcd by
H'iVercamp & Co. Thoy show ovoiy
transfer, liens and judgments, to any
property In Utah county. Writo them
Tho peoplo of Provo should tnkn nd
vautngo of tho book sole at Tho Skelton
company on Monday, Deo. 10. Chanco
to put tho standard authors into, your
homes at half price.
Wm. M. Frances has fllod with the
county recorder a United States patent
for ItoniostCHtl otitry, being a part of
section SO, township Q, wnitli of range
2 west, noar Fairlleld,
Half rates via O. S. L. railway for
tho holidays. TlcKcts on sale Dccenit
berJtb, Sfith and 20th, and Dccomber
.'list and January 1st nnd 2nd. Good
for return tinljl January 4th,
Holiday rates via It. G. W. ono furo
for roupd trip between any trto sta
tions on tho line. Selling dates Dec.
21th, 23th, 20th and 81st, and Jan. 1st
and 2ud. Limited to Jan. 4, 18'.M).
Cheap ratos for holidays via Oregon
Short Lino rnlhvuy. Selling dates De
cember 21th, 25th and 20th, and De
cember Ulst mid January 1st and 2nd.
Tickets good for return uuttl January
State Sonntor A. O. Smoot returned
Thursday evening from a hurried trip
south on matters relating to his min
ing interests. Ho wont to Salt Lako
In connection with the sumo business
Local scenes by a local artist at Snow
Tho "Suwanoo lUvcr" company was
deserving of hotter patronago than it
reclovcd ut tho opom houso lustThun
day night. Tho acting generally was
good, and Manager Jones had, rousing
flres burning all evening.
Take notlcel You should not buy
any children's picture books, boy's or
girl's books, or any of tho poets, until
you go to Tho Skelton company's storo
opposite tho court houso. Half the
price that others are asking.
The Provo Hardware & Iron Co.
havo just received a very handsome
show-caso for tho bolter display of
tholr laigostpok of cutlery. Tho cuso
was made in San Francisco, and is a
tlrst-class peco of workmanship.
Snow Ss Young don't sell chromes,
IIuvo you seen tho elegant assort
ment of Christmas goods at J. Bepk's
Jewelry store? Handsomo clocks,
lamps, sllvorwaro, chlnawaro and cuf
glassware, umbrellas nnd optical goods.
This Is hcadiiuartprs fpr Quo watches
Tho Trlbuno corrospondout at Prlco
reports, that Judge J. y. N. White
cotton presided tliuraovor tho district
court Tuesday in placo of Judge John
son, In n ca3o in which tho latter was
interested as counsel. Tho selection
was all right.
Chrfstlan Scjcnco scrnccs will bo
hold in tho rouuifi of Sorosls, )u Heed
Smoot building, Suuday morning at
11:00 o'plock, and evpning at 7:8,q. Sub
jects: Morning, 'Gotlj" ovonlng, vxim
True Light." A pojtjlul luvltntlqn l
oxtondca to. nil.
Tl)i ro8ldpufo of Dr. W. R. mul Mrs.
Pike will bp the sceno of u brilliant re
eeptfoij tonight, tlienceushin being the
celebration of tho tifiU weeding anni
versary of Dr. and Mrs, Plko, and the
twenty-fifth weiidlng anniversary of
Mr. aud M,rs. p. t lyan.. VYo couga,-
I '" "
30 Sacks of Flour Free.
Persons having tho fallowing tickets can obtain the same by
calling at Fairer Bros. & Co. :
2702, 2780, 5929, 2U8, 0147, 7054,
3453 J 248 3512 4300, 29 J 4, 4000,
3549 7382 4214 4078, 1988, 4589,
8021 J J 07 5179 79, 3004, 3998,
22L0 05291 7184, 4302, 3390, 5478.
If the above tickets ale not presented by January 1, 1800, the following In
their order will then bo onlltlid to IhO nacko of flour.
0200, 2028, 1329, 339, 4239, 0255,
1225 707 504 2380, 120, 8780,
94, 1813, 5910.
"pggg"FARKER BR03H & CO-
PROVO BOOK k STATIONERY COMPANY-
HAVE THE FINEST LINE OF
80UTH OF SALT LAKE. EVERYTHING IN OUR LINE.
GrEOKGE S, TAYLOR, SUPT.
tulato both of tho worthy couples on
tho happy event.
Wo nro going out of tho rotnll book
business COc. books for 15c; 25c books
for lOo. at The Skelton Co. lteinom
ber that all these books aro cow and
fresh from tho publishers, and selected
with groit euro while Mr. Skelton was
oast this summer.
Snow & Young hayo a lino display of
Mrs. Elizabeth Horton, whllo carry
ing n bucket of cmil at her home Wed
nesday evening slipped on an ley Rpot
and fell heavily, breaking her left arm
at tho wrist. The fracture was re
duced by Dr. Allen, and Mrs. Horton
Is now reported to bn doing nicely.
Juveniles, Contributors, Eras, Young
Woman's Journals, llarpors, Mun-eys,
Cosmopolitans, any and nil magazines
and books hound or rebound. Hooks
ruled, printed and bmind to order, any
patorn F. E. Crouch, manufacturing
stationer, opp. P.O., Provo, Utah.30
Mrs. Mary E. Davis. wlfoofT T.
Duvls, died yesterday morning, nged
81 yeais. Mrs. D-vis has been ill for
several months nod her death was not
a surprise She leaves a husband and
ono child to mourn her loss. Funeral
services will bo held tomorrow at tho
First ward meeting houso.
Tho funeral services of Mrs. Mary E
Drown Davles, who departed this llfo
yesterday, will bo held at tho First
ward meeting houso tomorrow at llii!0
a.m. The romnlns can bo viewed by
friends at.tbo residence of Mrs. George
M. llrown in the Fourth ward, botweon
10 und 11 n'clook in tho morning,
fcrionds of tho family aro Invited.
Spilngvlllo correspondence Tribune,
Deo. 28: John Allborg, tho tailor who
was brought down, from Salt Lako
Sunday evening by Marshal Gammrll
to answer to a ohargo of lnreeuy for
running oil with his friend's money,
had his hearing today and wns found
not guilty nnd was turned loose by
piying the costs of court, amounting
II. M. Dougall, jr., as ono of tho
bondsmen of Georgo Williams, con
victed of violation of tho Spilngvlllo
prohibition law, bvought tho latter
over to Provo Thursday evening and
delivered him over to tho sheriff. Wil
liams was locked up in thp county jail.
Tho eaao. in which Williams was fined
$00, has been nppcalod to tho district
Thos. Clowurd canio up from Payson
yesterday morning. Ho advises us
that there Is considerable notlvlty In
tho Fldorado district near Payspu. lu
tho Star group, three miles from Pay
son, Mr. Cloward says ho has In sight
n three foot vein of oio running $4
gold, 4 ouncos sliver and 7 per cent
lead. Tho vein was encountered In a
tunnfel which tupped tho vein and It l
his intention lq at onco commence
sinking a shaft to thoroughly prospect
tho groiioil, Several other properties
In that section aro working and with
good Indicatlqns, Wo would not bo
surprised if It would turn out a vorlt
Speaker Tho honornUlft mornbar
Congressman (speaking slow and im
pressively! Mr, Spoakor. 1 rle. ns a
pattlotlp Auierlenn. toniove, sir, that
i ho hip for tho Improvement of our
Amerlpart rivers and harbors boamond
idiuy tho Insorlloti of these woids:
"For Inipimlng tho harbor of San
Juan, Puerto' Ricn, 8100,0001"
(Immense eutbuslusij.) Chicago Tri
The Only Ono.
Tho Chicago, Mllwnukeo & St. Paul
Railway Is the only line running solid
Vestlbuled.Electrlc Lighted and Steam
Heated trams between Chicago, Mil
waukee, St. Paul and Minneapolis.
Tho Chicago, Mllwnukoo & St. Paul
Railway Is tho only line running Solid
Vestibule.!, ElcctrlcLlghtedaud Steam
Heated trains between Chicago, Coun
cil HI tills and Ouinhu.
Tim berth reading lamp feature in
the Pullman Sleeping Cars run on
ilico Hoes is patented, and cannot be
used by nny other railway company.
It Is the great lmprovomciilof the ago.
Try It nnd be ponvlnccd.
For further particulars apply to tho
nearest coupon ticket agent, or ad
dress. L. L. Downing, Com'c'l Agent,
212 youth West Temple street,
Salt Lake City, Utah.
We'll Lay It Away Till ChidJJ
Everyono nearly H planning on sotno Of our Elegit B
jXmas Goods. Como nnd make your selection from H
gifts or any kind from pQ. UP. fl
BEAUTIFUL PREMIUMS ALSO GIVEN AB
UTAH MILLINERY & DRY GOODS H
ANNIE JONES ATKIN, PropV. ' V
paznd Opening Wednesday f'B
BUT OUR STOCK IS NOW READY FOR INSPECTION, N
..AN ELEGANT LINE OF.. H
Clothing, Overcoats, I
Gouts' Furnishing Goods. I
Special Sale Commences M
December I, I 808. N
SliGLETOi CLOTHING COMPANY, H
II i I Hi Ml I ' I I i ' I II IM i I I'hTIl JillMIMI ! IWIBlliWiM WB
o The Provo Store
Jesse Knight & Sons, Prop'rs. H
i?i5&y .9?..??i.9.: Seeing is BeliejriB
WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR THE 1
A. J. Johnson Celebrated Shoal
.We carry everything in the Our Hats, Caj)3 and 60B
Grocery line, and our stock are up to date, and our JB
of Croclcery and Glassware Goods are of the renfoB
is complete. pattern. JB
Our Goods Are Fresh and Now.l
EDWARD PARTRIDGE, Manager. :
3 VRMUMMMAMIHHaWMMUMHaNMMaMMHMHMiHIMBMMiaHHVHMWawnHMMHa '
m- HY DON'T I I
I iiBuy Solomon Bro.'s Shoes? m
5 Thoy are stronger, better made and will outwear any other I'
i make. If you have trouble with wear of ycur Shoes, try ,H
this make. We carry Men's, Ladies', Misses' and Children's l
d Shpes, and are the exclusive agents, I,
Don't Fopgef... I
1 That; we are exclusive agents for B
I Black Gaf Bpand I
I of Mosiepy! I
I Best wearing Hose on earth. No other make, equals them, I
S.25C KES3S.25C I
M-YOURS FOR BIZZ.., I
1 R. A. BARNEY. J I