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COUKTY DEMOCKATIC PLATFORM
Adopted at the Convention Held in Provo
On Monday October 11694
The democratic party of Utah
county in convention assembled
hereby proclaims the following princi
ples We reaffirm our allegiance to the
party principles as st forth in the
national platform adopted at Chicago
in June 1892 and we are in hearty ac
cord with the territorial platform
adopted at Salt Lake city on Septem
ber 15 1894
We rejoice with the whole people of
the territory that Lsah is about to en
ter the union as a free and soverign
state Local selfgovernment is a dem
I ocratic principle vouchsafed to us
Our party haH again demonstrated that
the people may be trusted
We extend to the demoratic con
gress and president our heartfelt grat
I itude for the many expressions of good
will to the people of Utah in the pas
sage of the liberal enabling act in re
storing to the Mormon church its confis
cated properly in opening the luumn
reservations for settlement in the
J
wise appointment of bona fide citizens
of Utah to local oflios in the extensive
grants ofland for various public pur
poses in the enfranchisement of
hundreds of our citizens by the provis
ions of the enabling act and by the
more recent amnesty proclamation of
President Cleveland all of which acts
I of friendship are in striking contrast
to the treatment accorded Utah by the
I republican party
lroudly wo point to the record of our
t delegate in congress Hon J L Raw
line whose untiling zeal great ability
tact and diplomacy have secured to us
so mauv acts benetieml to Utah His
indefatigable labor and unparail le
I succes will surely be approved arid re
Warded by his return to congress with
a vastly increastd majority
We further commend the action of
j
the democraticcongrees and administra
tion for the measure of tariff reform
effected whereby Hundreds of million
J of dollars will be saved annually to
people of this country Obstructed as
they were at every move by determined
opposition they nevertbeleEs succseded
I in wresting from wealth and piutocrpcy
a portion of the means of increasing
their illgotttn gains and in rendering
McKinley a lost cause We es
pecially enaorse the income tax pro
vision of the tariff law whereby those
I 1 most able will be required to bear a
more just portion of the burdens of
taxation
J In the repealinc of the federal elec
o tion law and thus securing freedom oi
r citizens at the polls
In revising the pension lists and
pension laws so as to prevent spolia
tion of the public treasury by the un
deserving while dealing liberally and
1 justly with those who deserve the aid
01 government
It behooves the people of this county
and this territory to keep the re
publican party out of power It is a
r party of broken and postmortem prom
ises whose policy prompted by avarice
and individual aggrandizement has
precipitated the recent panic and
f I
brought this country to the yelge of
f ruin
ruinWe arraign the recent republican
legislature of Utah for its intense
J partisanship and inefficiency for its
J attempt to divert the public moneys
from their legitimate use to the pay
ment of bounties to select private en
terprises Had it not been for the wise
action or the governor more than 80
000 would have been taken from the
public school tuna For its refusal to
appropriate sufficient funds lor the In
sane Asylum the Agricultural College
L and the University of Utah by which
4 parsimony those institutions ran only
J be cr rried on as required by law by
loans which must be met bv the peo
ple in the future For uassinc unwise
laws and refusing to nuts others which
would be for the common good
Wecall attention to the efficiency
and honesty which has marked every
department of our present county gov
ernment Wise economy should rule
in every branch of public service We
believe that competency and fidelity
are the only qualification for office
We are in favor of home industries
We are in favor of the full enfran
chisement of women and pledge our
I selves to use our every effort to the end
that our new constitution shall provide
b for woman suffrage on an equality
with men
We call upon the people to see to it
that the state of Utah shall be founded
upon the broad principles of the demo
cratic party which are the principles
of jutlce and free sovernment Care
must be exerceu trat monopolies shall
not get control of the public lands
granted the state of Utah and that
J as far aa possible these lands be granted
only to the actual settler
We declare ourselves in favor ofthe
free public school system where the
children of the rich and the poor alike
may partake freely of the blessings of
public instruction
We are in favor of the free and un
limited coinage of silver at a ratio of 16
to 1 with gold
Relying upon the fidelity intelligence
and patriotism of the people of Utah
county we confidently expect by their
votes a complete vindication of the
principles herein enumerated
Cable From Queen Lil
Dear Gresham One more boon I
crave
I trust in your affection
TIs not to murder Dole the Knari
Nor put down insurrection
Tis not my crown but me to B3Vi
I write in deep dejection
And so a package I must have
Of Parks Tea for my complexion
Greshams Answer to Queen Lil
When I received your cablegram
I thought I sure would faint
For though I often use Parks Tea
Tie not for your complaint
I feared that Mrs G would think
Wrong about our connection
Till on her dresser there I saw
Parks Tea for her complexion
Smnnt Drntt Company
Notice to Tax Payers
The following named perso are
authorized to receive taxes in the dis
tricts set opposite their names up to
Oct 31st 1894
James Straw Springville and Mapleton
John Jones Spanish Fork
Lorenzo Argyle Lake Shore
J W Stewart Benjamin
E J Nuttall Salem
Samuel Woreencroft Payson
Eli OpenehawSantaquin
Jobn B JohnsonGoshen
Sophia Snyder Fairfield
L B RodebackCedar Fort
W H v7inn Lehi
Henry MoyleAlpine and Highland
James H ClarkAmerican Fork
Ss L Swenson Pleasant Grove
LEVI OlENSIIA
td Call Utah Co
Notice to Bee Keepers
Geo W Mickle of Provo has com
menced making sections for honey and
will be prepared to furnish them for
the coming season in any quantity of
first and second grade and at prices
J that will save money to all users of this
I class of goods Those interested are
especially invited to call and examine
the goods or send for sample which
rfUl iccure prompt attention
I SCENES IN NAPLES
Some of the Incidents of tho Street life ol
tho Neapolitans
Tho commonest pepple of Naples sel
dom buy anything from the stores or
shops but patronize peddlers and street
hawkers almost exclusively At the port
able kitchen booths a bill of fare is of
fered to the hungry wayfarer that is
laughingly reasonable in price aiii
varied in kind Besides the ever present
macaroni the principal articles of food
are the frutti di mare sea fruits in
eluding mussels polypi and sea spiders
all regarded as most tempting delicacies
by the ever hungry lazzaronie
Then there are roasted fishes of ail l
kinds maize dumplings sy called
spighe and finally tho national meat
food called bracciuole which is really a
dumpling or cake made of lamb meat
and lard Snail soup is another delicacy
as well as cheese with bacon la pizza
Like all southerners the Neapolitans
show a marked fondness for sweets of
nil kinds and they would be quite lost
without their portion of strnffoli a
rather tough cake made principally of
honey Then nothing appeals to the laz
zaroni appetite so insidiously as the fa
mous Euster cake of Cassatello which
is sprinkled most temptingly with fluid
pork fat and whichwhole eggs are
baked shell and all a questionable
dainty to uneducated palates
The lazzaroui women are seldom
beautiful and generally net even pretty
They are usually poorly built with
swarthy complexions and irregular fea
tures Now and then 0110 finds a lustrous
pail of ojes of great beauty but rarely
Tho Neapolitan women are not to b
compared with the women of the coun
try as seen in Home and in the Cam
pagna whoso trim figures graceful
movements and frequently charmingly
fascinating faces so often greet the eye
of tho traveler Their fullness of form
proud bearing and fine profiles are all
conspicuously absent in the wives of tho
azzarouL And how could it well be
otherwise Are they not beasts of bnr
den for beasts of burden Are the
facchini by reason of their occupation
much more than thisHomo and Genii
What Do You Take Medicine F r
Because you are SICK ant want to
get well of course
Then remember that Hoods Sarsa
parilla Cures
All we ask is that in taking Hoods
Sarsaparilla you will uo so with perse
verance equalling or approaching the
tenacity with which your camplaint
has clung to you It takes time and
care to eradicate old and deepseated
maladies particularly when they have
been eo long hidden in the system that
they have become chronic Remember
that nIl permanent and positive curee
are brought about with reasonable
moderation Hoods Sarsaparilla at
tacks disease vigorously and never
leaves the field until it has conquered
A WOMAN HATER DISCOMFITED
ITo lied Reason to Repent Asking a Qties
tion About Eve
There is a crusty old bachelor on
Fourth street who is a confirmed woman
hater and who never misses an oppor
tunity for saying something snrcastio
and disagreeable about tho fair sex
But he met more than his match tho
other day in a plucky little woman
who metaphorically speaking wiped
op the earth with him much to tho de
li ght of TJIS friends who were greatly
amused at his discomfiture
The old bachelor inquired why when
Eve was manufactured of a spare rib
a servant wasnt made nii the same time
to wait on her The little woman re
sponded promptly Because Adam
never read the newspapers until the sun
got down behind the palm trees and
then stretching yawned out Isnt sup
per most ready my dear Not he He
made the fire and hung the kettle over
it himself Ill venture and pulled tho
radishes peeled the potatoes and did
everything else he ought to do
He chopped the kindling brought
in the coal and did the chores himself
and he never brought home half a dozen
friends to dinner whan Eve hadnt any
fresh pomegranates
The little woman stopped a moment
for breath and went on with renewed
vigor And Adam neter staid out
till 12 oclock at a political meeting
hurrahing for some candidate and then
scolding because poor Eve was sitting
up and crying inside tho gates He never
played billiards rolled tenpins and
drove fast horses nor choked Eve with
cigar smoke
He never loafed around the corner
groceries and saloons while Eve was
rocking little Cains cradle at home In
short he didnt think sho vas especial
ly created for the purpose of waiting on
him and wasnt under tho impression
that It disgraced a man to lighten a
wifes cares a little Thats the reason
that Eve didnt need a hired girl and
with it is the reason that her descend
ants do
Sho drew another breath and was
about to continue when the bachelor
pulled his hat down over his eyes and
sneaked away amid the laughter of the
crowd Louisville Post
Onr National Air
In reading accounts of the yacht races
I noticed that the English bands could
not play an American national air be
cause God Save the Queen aDd
America were thoeamo have never
found the reason why The Star Span
gled Banner should not be our na
tional air I have heard them all play
ed by the best bands in the country and
there is none which sends a thrill of
gratitude at being an American through
mo so as that grand finale
And tho star spangled banner in triumph docs
wave
Oer the land of the free and the home of the
brave
Carlos in Boston Traveler
Cure for Headache
1 > s a remedv for all forms of head
ache Electric Bitters has proved to be
the very be st It effects a permanent
cure and the most dreaded habitual
sick headaches yield to its influence
I7e urge all who are afflicted to procure
a bottle and give this remedy a fair
trial In cases of habitual constipation
tion Electric Bitters cures by giving
the needed tone to the bowels and few
cases long resist the use of this medi
cine Try it once Large bottles only
Fifty cents at Smoot Drue Co
LOST near Benj Bennetts in Fourth
ward Provo a brown woolen ulster
The finder will be suitably rewarded by
returning it to Sea Y Gates
THE cheapest place for fruit boxes
and bee keeperi supplies ia at Geo W
lckolJJI Provo it
I
KUOWEEDGB
Brings comfort and improvement ana
tends to personal enjoyment when
rightly used The many who live be
ter than others and enjoy life more with
less expenditure by more promptly
adapting the worlds best products tr
the needs of physical being will aiesl
the value to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy Syrup of Figs
Its excellence is due to its presenting
in the form most acceptable and pleas
ant to the taste the refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of a perfect lax
ative effectually cleansing the system
dispelling colds headaches and feven
and permanently curing constipation
It has given satisfaction to millions and
met vith tho approval of the medical
profession because it acts on the Kid
neys Liver and Bowels without weak
ening them and itis perfectly free from
every objectionable substance
Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug
gists in 60c and 1 bottles but it is man
ufacturad by the California Fig Syrup
Co only whose name is printed on every
package aloe tka name Syrup of Figs
anI t3Wg Fdl trlrorme s yeP w nt
h r iW ttri 5 i
AND now comes the news that Tay
i u ueis Jll1pAllj of Provo will re
ive in the next fe days an entire cnr
organs from the Chicago Cottage
Iran C moauv wUse goods stand at
u nl It will pay you to gat their
1
prices
CALL at Farrer Bros Co and sea
the new dry goods I
T G WETJBER announces a grant
fall display and openin You should
see what the latest shades and weaves
<
e
THE quarterly conference of the re >
lief society of the Utah stake will be
held in Danish Fork on Monlay Oc
tober 29 18iJ Mrs Mary John Presi
dent I
TIIK Elite bakery opposite the post
office Best bread cakes and candies
J L Flora prop
DEKSS trimmings almost given away
at iiVne Barneys bargain yale
lo ittTA new bin k house seven
roouif vitii city watei and modern
coiivejneucfce three and a half blocks
eat W Hetei Roberts apply to John
J Ddvies First ward Provo city
A urER BUlls tj have a full ai n
fresh assortmenti jfroceries v
BUY sour fruit bjxcs from
A 0 SMOOT
Go to Fl 1 ras for the best bread
cakes and cuuuiea in Provo
LADlES for the latest improved curl
am inns oall and see ihose just re
ceived at ihe JSuioot Drug Co
BATHING excellens at the Geneva
Llesoit 1
CHEAP goods Good goods Dura
able goodslll Why it is astonishing
Good fall dices goous 6 cents and up
wards Dark fall shirtings 6 cents
and upwards T G Weboers is the
place where you can get them 11
BUY the Provo Koller Mills flour and
you get the best
You can buy silks for ladies waists
at 25 cents per yard at Irvine Bar
neys
CJAUTEENs in dark shades ten cents
and upwards at T G WEBBERS
Buy voui iudes line shoes at Farre
Bros Co
TUK best pavilion in the valley at
Geneva for dancing and it is free
NEW and cheap assortment of dress
goods at Farrer Bros Co
DOUBTLESS some day somebody
some where will make a better piano
than the Emerson Up to this year of
jravtt 1894 nobody has done so THE
EMERSON PIANO makes no false
pretenses claims no intangible merit
The things everybody wants in a piano
are an artistic case a full rich tone
responsive action and a guarantee of
durabiltv To these features the Em
erson adds that of reasonable price
old on easy terms by Taylor others
company Provo fr
SYRUPS 145 tor five gallons at Bo
= > hara Saxeys
pRGii100 up received on savings
it
lepoaita
J K TWELVES Casui I
IRVINE BARNEY have just received
a complete line of crochet cotton 56
colors 5c a bail
Ready m de Suits at Provo
Wooln Mill company
THREE car loads of the latest styles
in furniture have been received by
Taylor Brothers company Provo This
explains why they can undersell others
such immense quantities
THEY made no mistaie when that
great furniture house of Tayior Broth
ers company decided to carry stoves in
connection with furniture and by ob
taining the Universal stoves and
ranges success is doubly assured Call
and see their beautiful stock
XOu should not fail to see the latest
stylus m dress goods Their fall stock
ia ready for you atP
P G WEBBERS
IIFTY pianos a nt one hundred
Organs ou easy t iiiJ at Taylor Brother
it
company
OUR fruit boxes are made of the
clear Oregon pine They are the best
in the market A O SMOOT
Foil all seasonable groceries at low
est prices call at Boshard Saxeys
FOR SAJK Old papers at 26 cents
ppr hundred Apply to the business
offl 2Q of TDK DISPATCH of
Till shoe department at T G Web
bers has given immense satisfaction
call and insppct it
Keep in the Middle of the Road
THE FIGHT IS NOW O >
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Cartoon with
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MRS W J PAHEY of Le Roy HY
says Have tried fifty cough Cures
Parks Cough Syrup is the only one
that helped me I know it is the best
cough Remedy Sold by Smooc Drug
Company
Quarterly Conference
The quarterly conference of Utah
stake will be held in the stake taber
nacle on Saturday and Sunday Octo
ber 13 and H 189i commencing at 10
oclock a m
All officers and members inyited to i
attend
The bishops will please see that their
quarterly statistical reports are for
warded to the stake clerR immediately
AO SMOOT
DAVID JOHN
EWD PARTRIDGE
Stake Presidency
Buckleus Arnica Salve
THE BEST SAL VK in the world for
Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers ah
Rheum Fever Sores Tetter Chapped
Hands Chilblains Corns and all Skin
Eruptions and positively cures Piles
or no pay required It 13 guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction or money
refunded Price 25 cents per box
FOR SALE BY Smoot Drmr Oo
Provo Mail 1 Service
MAIL TRAINS LEAVE
D Jftioing South 920a m
E G WGoingEast 926a m
R G WQoing West 1155 a m
U PGoing North 432 p m
alt Lake and alina East 355 p m
Salt Lake and Salina West 415 pm
MAIL TRAINS ARRIVE
U PFrom Suit Lake 920 a m
R G WFrom the West Klp m
E G WFrom the East 1155 a m
Salt Lake and Salina West 355 p m
Salt Lake and Salina East 415 p m
U P Mail from South 432 p m
OFjlCK HOURS
The general dehyery stamp and reg
istry windows open at 8 a m and
close at 530 p m
The money order window opens at 9
a m and closet at 4 p m
On Sundays and legal holidays the
general delivery and stamp windows
are open from 1130 in to 1260 p m
Mail pouches close thirty mmutes
before the arrival of trains
W JD ItoBEUTS
roatmaster i
W P BA YEt of 2Hto Jonea sIres
Omaha N eb says ot Parks Sun
Cure My wifo has been constitu
tionally wrecked for years Tried
everything fruitlessly My druggist
persuasion backed by his guarantee
induced ine to buy a bottle of Parks
Sure Cure The results are truly on >
derlul Parks Sure Cure for the Liver
and Kidneys is a positive specific ioi
tile disease oi Women Sold by Smool
Drug com pany
Lust
Two spotted cows red and white No i
brands One has wuite on right side
resembling a very large C Strayed
from corral near U P depot on Friday
morning Information leading to re
covery will oe rewardedH
H NELSON
leeward
For information that will lead to the
party or parties that poisoned a certain
black spaniel dog with other dogs at
or near the rear of S S Jon a store
on Wednesday afternoon I will pay a
reward of 500
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HOTEL1
Under new Management
Headquarters for Commercial Men
FIRST GLASS f IN EVERY PARTICULAR
Mrs Thos Roylance
PrOD
O E YOUNG
The PAINTERs
SPECIALTIES
Sign Writing
Carnage Painting
Paper Hanging
Shop one half block north of Count
Court house
P O Box 263 Provo
First National Bank
OF PROVO
A 0 SMOOT President
W R TIKE VicePresident
D A SWAN Cashier
DIRECTORS
J C GRAHAM GEO Q CANNON
GEO TAYLOR J P E JOHNSON
EF SHELTS
General Ranking business
Transacted
Exchange drawn on New York Chi
cago San Francisco and al the
Principal Cities of Europe
Safety deposit boxes for rent at3 per
annum and upward
Provo City Market
Corrected Weekly
Wheat per bushel SOc to 70c
Oats percwt IUO to 1115
Barley per cwt SOc to 100
Butter per lb 200
Chicken each 25c
Eggs per doz 100
Alfalfa seed per lb 8c
Beans per Ib old 4c
Dried peaches per Ib 5c
Drledapplesper Ib 6c
Potatoes per bushel SUe to 65e
Onions old per Ib 3c
Beef pec Ib 4 to 5c
Porkperlb VA to 5c
Mutton per lb 4 to 60
Veal perlb 4 to 5c
Hay wild per ton 8500
Hay alfalfa vor ton too
Cabbage per Ib lc tolc
Raspberries per qt 8c to luc
Blackberries per qt 100 to 12c
String beans per lb 3c to 5c
Apricots per bushel 81 00 to 8125
Apples per bushel 85c to Sue
Peaches per bushel 75c to 8126
PlumB 8100 to 8125
BLUM NURSERY
Provo City Box 39
The on ly holder of a gold medal in
Utah Awarded at the Territorial
Fair 1891
Florist and Landscape Gard
ner All kinds of Fruits and Orna
ments in season Japanese Chinese
and Australian rare plants
Roses and Evergreens A
Specialty Lawn Grass seed extra
clear
Mail all orders to
C H Blomsterberg
437 WeSt 3d street
TH E DENVER
AND
Rio Graruu Railroad
SCENIC LIE OF THE WORLD
The only line running two through
cit trains daily to
ASPEN
LEADVILLE
COLORADO SFB
PUEBLO DENVER
Effective April 29 1894
Train No 2 leaves Provo 926 a m
Salt Lake 805 a m Arrive at Pueblo
6 30 a m Colorado Springs 75111 m
Denver 1030 a m
Train No 4ileaves Provo 935 p m
Arrive at Pueblo 625 pm Colorado
Springs 800 p ru Denver 1030 p m
Connections made at Pueblo Colo
rado Springs and Denver with lines
east Elegant day Coaches chair cars
and Pullman sleepers on all trains
Take the D R G and have a COlI
fortable train and enjoy tho finest seer
err on the continent Shortest line to
Cripple Creek Colorados Great Gold
Camp
Train No 2leaving Provo at 926 a
m arrives at Cripple Creek next morn
ing 950
A 8 HUGHES Traffic Manager Donyor Col
H v NKVW8 General Agent
MODSHINGTPA58W South St
Salt Lake City Utah
t K HOOPBR H HT A DonvorOoL
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LEAVE PROVOFOR EAST AND SOUTH
No 2 For Grand Junction and
points East 928 a m
No4 For Grand Junction and
points East 933 pia
No 6 For Springville Thistle San
pete and Sevier 35 pm
No 8 For SpringvUle Spanish
FFrOr g
C
Fork Vayeon and Eureka 620 pES
LEAVE PROVO FORWEST
No1 For SaltLakeOgdenAm4rorJt
Lehl and the West 1155 a m
No 3 For Salt Lake Ogden Ameri
can Fork and LoW and the
West 1017 pm
No 5 For American Fork Lehl and
Salt Lake 415 p m
No 7 For American Fork Lohland
Salt Lake 823 6m
ARRIVE AT PROVO FROM EAST AND
SOUTH
ol From Denver Grand unction
and polnta East 1155
03 From DonverGrand Junction
and points East 10117 p
No 5 FromSprlngvllleThlstlo San
peteand SaviorUS p is
o 8 From Sprlngvlllo Spanish Fk
Payson and Eureka 825 a m
ARRIVE AT PROVO FROM WEST
No 2 From California Ogden Salt
Lake Lehi and Am Fork 928 a m
No 4 From California Ogden and
Salt Lake 935 p m
No6 From Salt Lake Lehl and
American Fork 356pm
No8 From Sail Lake Lehi and
American Fork 620pm
The only line to ogden and Denver without
I change Free reclining chair cars on through
trains Through Sleeping cars to Denver
I Kansas city Chicago and San Francisco Ele
gant equipment safety speed and comfort
IysaF
C R ALBY Ticket AjrtProTO
THE
Cash Market
KeepsConstantly on Hand all
Kinds of
Fresh and Cured Meats Home
Cured Hams
Bacon Lard
Philip Speckart Prop
NOW IS
THETIME
TIME
TIMETO
TO
8 U B S C RI EIE
For the
UDAlL Y DISPATCH
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Son1iaWeokly Dispatch
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