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THE SPRINSYILLE INDEPENDENT Issued every Friday. D. T. FELT. Editor anil inn.-irr. Entered at the post offire at Spriii(rvillt t'tU, foitiaiisiu!vUm lliruuiiii limits .iwoiid-cla mailer. TEAMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year, Six lUOlllhS, Three months. $2.00 I. Of) .f)!J liiembcis of the pl(S-ia.'H-;.itiiu foist-j for the rd himself into a very rvyrent'ative 1 forgiven. ptjsitioti front which w ; tl.inl; lit; should be displaced. Vy ail means call a meeting for Saturday, Oct. , 18iCi, (conference week) when, un doubtedly a largo delegation of eli-tors eli-tors will be- in Suit Luke. (tl a nJ ail ili.o, : . RletW, IS II latn'MHable. failure as a '.:o.v:erat.d, us always,! Hung again. If there is anything any-thing resembling a printer connected with tin; I tun and if that paper wishes to ! f iii'i i in e-.t'-t:u by the press and public, it sl.u;!d eithr.t" places Willi LEGITIMATE BUSINESS. The Brigham liugler is an Independent Indepen-dent non-partisan paper. Last week the Ihigler set apart space fur the use of the democratic party under the heading, "Democratic Column," and t dlowiug the heading was this explanation: ex-planation: ",The matter appearing under this heading is edited anil paid for by the Sox Elder Democratic central cen-tral committee." Under this appears the Democratic ticket, and such other matters at the owners of the space 'purchased and paid forchooae to furnish. fur-nish. It seems that some narrow-minded narrow-minded persons have accused the edi-or edi-or of the Hurler of running a partisan paper because of this business move, hut they are wrong. The arrangement is a perfectly legitimate one and would be such even were the liugler a Kepunlieati paper. Jt is purely a business proposition, mid does not necessarilly carry with it any indorsement indorse-ment of the sentiments published in the column bought and paid for. The publication of a party ticket by any The Editor's co'iventio:i of last month is bearing a rich harvest ol well written articles pert aining to the beauties, granduer and f-anitarian ipialitios of our wonderful Hi ale, and brst of all they art; written by truly appreciative persons. Titer'.-Is nothing noth-ing of the 'paid write-up' about Uu'tn and arc, therefore, much more pin-dtietive pin-dtietive of good results than were tin' to appear in the great daiiiiesof large cities, whose readers are invariably invari-ably either the extremely pour or rich. The former being equivalent to showing show-ing a hungry man a rich feat without permitting him the pri vike of par-j taking, and from the latter eoaics a sarcastic mi it? and nil ex prosed opin-! ton thai it is -paid matter;' while in i the present ease llic art icles fliul attentive at-tentive readers and the seeds fail en gmid ground. We have received pa pets containing brilliantly written descriptions des-criptions of this country and of the reception re-ception tendered the visitors bom: The Weekly Messenger, St Martinsville, Martins-ville, La., by Albert Hienvenu; the New Orleans Herald. John Danieu: an especially extended and coinnii-mentary coinnii-mentary write-up in thcISaton Kongo, have the printer the editor "or iili the soaoe with plate matter:" and tin:-publish an occasional occasion-al sentence in con-eL English. Mrs. S. A. Kell, of I'H-ii'jmi, Cab, had the bad hu:ii to sprain lor ankle. "I trlrd -ev.-ia! P.niitn.uls," she says, Hait was noletiied until I u:i d Chum- berhiiii's IMi-' n w"'y ei i re1 i.ir :llid 1 t I -b-U Ui it; i:i i't eo- m. nding it .".tid test il lug to its ,....,i-v 'i ire l:iei. i'-jiie is also jri-ni vale" for I ieoimal lut, lam: hack, pain in l!: eh- sr. pU oii-y ait deep wated and muscular I. h.;le by ;dl druggists. of ;tml IliS. Easklea's Arnica S..ive. j The B-i-L S.uve in the world for Cuts, Iii uises, Si-ics. t leers. Uheum, Fever Sors, Tetter, Chapptu : Hands, Chilblains, Coins and aw . S,;i Emotions. a:vl io-uvey euies ; I'iies, or no pay reunited. It is guar- j aisteed to give t- li'-rt satisfaction; or inoaey refuieied. ':''c ::" cent-i i ne FRUITS, - 4 u2 Produoo merchant TT"CJ pet box. erjv.il i. I'nr sal Dr. 0. J. I'et- !!- Mr. ii. li-.'i : yen in li.iiiit,i ?4is i V;-V;i, 1 f:h- ret there - .' Mr. ::h:.i honor.. ! i " the .::.! .' Mi;,M u the v.n Mr. Sle, U-.l I- v.- r: -. p.'i'rs. f I.o-tdov,) Tlnsr- t t i;-est. !' !!.. be.: a fnrnie.i :--.ir i i i!ln.! ,. u'n hi y; n"V. ,'. ! :.:h- : - e i.iir niOiith's vi.-it 1 fre-i'.ly :uny iae to NEy SEEET MJS J. ' The Independent iuis :t eicesehe-tktti eicesehe-tktti of the newest ; Ueet musie. em-jisliiig em-jisliiig f.f songs. d:i- tts, iuarliit-s, te., all of whielt is e : i ighted a:ut the best out. -- Or, Price's Cream I'.aldnij Powder WorW's Fah- W-iUeai Kl and D'p!t:na. POTATOE ALFALFA SEED, HAY and GRAIN, EGGS, POULTRY, BOX MATERIAL and GENERAL COMMISSION. Corrospondenoo Solio'tocl. i Spscip.'.ty. Spring vill LI tali. T3. Kit 9 DKALUliS IS CbaMbsrla'w's Eyo .t.d Siia Oiataiwt j ' I.-i mieeiid!.xli'or Vwmo, Tslttr, Stilt- j KP.-uw, Si.1.1 lieml, Soi-; Nipl.'f, (.'leipnea ' I"!,.:!,!-, ItelihiK Tilw, l'-ur.w, l'lt b'ff, ; i iitmtleors Iv.-c:i.wl Uv.noUl.-d live .hub. t l ot u.'c by (ii!!ty,in at 25 cents w box. For putii.!; a horse in a line b.althv eon- i Tiiiiori 'try b'r. Oiy'a Ctiiidiiien ! .a .-ki-r . j 1 1 , e-v tone up tin: kvsvm, aUl ili;;.?. ti';t', eu: t: l('of it'iprtits, relievo eoii-MLtii.n, corr kivhi'.-v iiwinleiH and destroy worm, living ne'v iiU' to an M or ever-v.-;-rked horse, 'll C;i,.s l '.rr paekasjO. l or tsde by thujsjit-.ts. .et GENERfllt (BERGHAflDlSE, Irj Goods. Clothing, Groceries, Hardware, Etc. SPRING VILLIC- UTAH, v to ten didiiir;;.- i . T'-'l (his Do ' you with :dl my In (.'cms -it F-rvn you i Dartv rianer is simnly u matter of bus . - . . , r ., M-....1. i... vi.w '.. 1 1.. iness. Jt Is an advertisement wntcn ". 1 -'" : y,a cbeid.l t in pfirtlsan newspaper is morally the Sayings, Wagoner, I. T., by H. S. i (hm-I don't iHiuud to printgratuitously.bttt which i);ivs; n, uter, l'urccll, I. T, ! There's no the central committee Is . worniij ' ai, ollim. A11 fairiy te,,n with noiinu 10 to us party i I which supiMtrU it and advocates He- l"' wmawas, Mr . publican principles. Of course, anj seen, how tliey were treated ami tlm nit.et.c publti-her has a right to publish the glorious possibilities of our nioulain ticket gratis Is he chooses and can af- hom. ford to an so. Ogden I'tess, .ka.ure What , ,.1'v) About ; ..-.hiy. . Carrie, I lovo ,.n-e, Henry, that- i-.c'i of MO. '.v about thnt. j.iv taste, yu a gsss. mm TJt g H a a M .a : 10 GUM r r 4. 1 -1 : h 1 knew some noney. Mrs- Mleawber -V.cm, my dear, you inhrht pet ymr Vna iriKiuvd and then aie-X. V. Wee'.;! EAILEOAD SCENIC LINE OF THE WOULD The i 1 1 y line running Tiiio Fast Trains Daily to -'i ft '4 B 1 mm $ US!! Sj ---- v.t3, u n DEALERS mo inuepeimeni isu.hu u tmi.-nap TiiKUE arc a gicat many country tisau paper, and it's advertising space m)i,tli auxuUSy WiltK for the their m t m it t a . it.. ..I isiorsaie. ireiuieror ooitt iwrueii bB iirotlu-r, the Ileruld, to clear It- deslre to advertise In our columns, we wU of tm8ty 6plash frow lhc ay. shall be pleased to liuve them do so, ken , tenominious ttimble. and and will give them any reasonable T lffl j.M.fc ,eritjtlt, i ainom tl ie-nam-! mut e Comnlaints, exerting a woinU r I --- p - - n - - . ,i ie...i .li.... u....i.i fnl direct inlhienee in giving htiengui n v nub iiiiiiiv liu; iirinni , . i t,...n i . 1 1 irr i n. if vou liae ,.,!'..,....,. nii..ut..r. ...hi. aim umiu ii.v. V isuinj .... ...!-..... i,h iujk.1, f a,, P..nl!nat mil. Iteail II "II IIM li i--1 ........ but believe that individual played in- . i.iMi in trSnelbs, or are Nervous, , .... . Dd You Evor- Try Elect l ie, ltitlers as a remedy for your troubles' If not, get a botttv now and get relief. This medicine has been found to he peculiarly adapt ed to the relief and cure of all Fe- amount of space, on any page, except the editorial, at very reasonable rates. For terms apply at this ofllce. UTAH NEWSPAPERS. Utah has the greatest number of newspapers In proportion to the pop ulatlon of any State or Territory b jnred innocence and nave the paper in interesting song ttud danoe, and it i, .i i, , i Hitters is the modicum you llii; TTIUII ?ltllV4 Mil IWU UltlUH - Jlt'iUin ana Mn'ui . 1 ..... 1 .1. I 1.. . . . . merely wi oe eotiMsieriv. in us oH" - j sition to Its old antagonist, the Tri the Union. This of Itself speaks very bune. If the present selectmen are un- hlghly fur our people, and their will- (iuiy extravagant it Is ail very well for Ingness to sustain so many publlca- lhe j,craUil0 k(,op that facl 1)rfro lions snouiii oc tin ineeniive to uie , , fratemttv to nroduce only the the public, but before charging any thst can be nroduced under the elr ne Uh fraud or misappropriation of t'Utnstauccs. futuls, It would do well to publicly ',Thc foregoing sentiment Is expressed flear Itself of any connection w itn by the (iieat campaign and Is one in Wuykeu's boodle scheme. We do itot which we believe It is mistaken, think, as stated alxive, that the Her It may he true of the whole territory :iiJ had anything to do with or any as regards the nronortlon to populu- knowle.li:e of boodle-, hut we do. be- lion, but we doubt it. Thv writer has 1 iu-vc, however, that llaykni worked traveled In all tte surrounding State it or one of its representatives to the and in each ease found it the reverse 'gut-en's tast Scarcely a town has ever heeo visited Since the above was was in type, having a population of 3000 but what the lleralu has cleared Itself of any has a dally paper ruunlnit or in some (.(HUH-otlnii with the matter, for eases two weeklies, and they all seem- which we are glad. ed In more prosperous condition than the newspapers in t'tah. Lkadvii.t.e Asir:, iteiu.o Col.OliADO MMUXaS AST) lUCNVt.lt KITeetive April 2!)tli, 18t:4. Train No. 2 leaves Ogden 7.00 a: rn. Salt Lake 8.0". a. in. Arrive at ruobln n A r m. Colorado SnritiL'S ":51 a.m. lenver lu.oO a. m. Train No. -i leaves Ogden p. m. Salt Lake 7:to p. in. Sp'ville :() p.m Arrive Colorado Springs t5:53 p. in. Denver 0:2' p. m. Connections made at Fuehlo, Colo rado Springs' and Uenver Willi an lines East. Elcgint day coaches , 1...U .i .... 1 1 gthare guaranteed chair ears tinu ruumau , ... trains, lai.e uie j i.. . mu hah a comfortable trip and enjoy the tln-estscetierv tln-estscetierv on the continent. Shortest line to Cripple Cioek, the great Colorado Gold Camp. Train No 2, leaving Sptingville, at 0: HO, a. m, arrives at cripple no.u T T vii,.,..a.w Kve tn b e. Meianenoiy or troubled with dizzy Spells, Electric need. hv Its use. Only lift y cents at C. J. Peterson's Iirug Store. HEWLETT BE03. New hUgh-Grade Three O Baking powder i the Strongest and Pure$t made. f40 PihUlA HO RfflOrllA -0- Blue Diamond Label on Every Can nP'n RhU GROCERS " SElili IT. Frrr.ers'AtteDt;oa- Money loaned on irrigated farms at to ner cent lier annum. Write or ap lily pel son allv to Samuel Coruaby, niorning at 0: oO '. '. i .....i. " i .. I ....... paniMi r in, i. in. Wb are In receiptor a circular let ter from President . Hognon of the Vtah Press association in which lie encloses the financial statement fmm the management of the editors con ventlon. He congratulates the mem hers on the joint success of the great convention and thanks the member? for their co-operation in the stupend It el X'.t i at i lim;ry. C.i'ino kiin.vs what la due to the fah ie':. aa l n -ver mis.. .':, a elianeo of dis- pbiyiir- h ; libi.itry, Tlieotberd-.iy h-found h-found liiuts.-'! l!i.- oole p:i.,s'-;i ,'er i;t : traei.ar. Y.'b-"i tie ! r iio 1 1 ipped :i" hnty T''t et the plat I' t": t'.'ih- is m di,:: i ..".'. .l t-.:. ri i X t'.:e b. i:i.! - J , i't 1. 1 I.'an :. ! X .: :i, '. 1'' ; I t i oU'or you e;iti' i - . i.. ': ra.il. Fico Pilla. Send vour address to II. E. Ilucklon & Co., Chicago, and get u free sample box of l)r. Kind's Nov Life Fills. A trial will convince jou of their nteilt These pills arc env in action and are A. S. Hughes, irar. Mgr S. K. Hooper, U. P. X T. A. lienver, Colorado. 11. F. Nevins, Gen'l Ag't. II. M. Cushing, T. P. A. Salt Lake City, Utah. Francis f4 Sie!s, SPRINGVILLE MIJvMNG CO., Manufacturer of and Dealer in HECrAL PATENT, IIOVAL, LOSE LUI), GIIAIlAM, GERMADE, CORN MEAL. LUAN. SHORTS, CHOPPED FEED. Wheat received on deposit. Custom Grinding a Specialty. Cash paid for wheat. MILL OPPOSITE SVIUXG CREEK. Uofir'oof the Item feels very sore over our resurrection of hi old pet .... . . . , i ivni li-iil'irlv elTi el ive in lite cure of niunc, wtiieli iiurmuiii.ie so nicety : i ' - , . ,, CoiiMipatlon and Siek Headache, tor , llll U I Villi I tiv-ii iiunit i v, . r ix. u. . -....M.-a J,.V ini'O i ,1 atili lit tttiU a.1 t i I inuiouu in- and In order to Ktutlfy a petty spite .n.()V(1 n V;il uuldo. They are of four tears' standing says some Guaranteed to be perfectly free from Ihlmrs about our lu lnter, which, had i every deleterious MiMance and to be "v : . V.-v7x Lost Energy, a man uttered litem, would have been considered mean and deserMtii .r a tweaked iio.t, hut, the printer says, its It Is only poor, old Uotneo, the ous enterprise. He suggest a eoticett smir,c is comd lore. 1, allowance is made Drug Store. n the Tabernacle after the t isteddfod as a source of revenue to relmbutst the depleted treasury, and clones with a request for suggestions regarding laid concert and the necessity for a meetlod of the association. In reply will say we think a nice ting of the a-soclut a-soclut ion should be culled for Saturday, Satur-day, Oct. 5th, at which nil the suggestions sug-gestions contained In his letter should be detailed, especially the financial clause, and lust but not least there is another malter: There was only one reason for regret In our late great con vention, and this was clearly traceable to one officer of the association, who brought ridicule and derision on our association from Sources that was eminently unnecessary; further he. by Intimations of his popularity with purely vegetable. They do not weak en by their action, but by giving tone to stomach and bowels greatly Imig- orate the system. Regular size 2."o. per box. Sold by Dr. C. J. iYtcist n's (OK SlMIINl.Vll.I.E, ITAll. tiOINI fcT. No. I. I'lielfle iiiall I- .1I:4S. hi tn Suit Luke ti;ili it ttinl lli emist. No. K I'liwi'liBiT.tiiOtfileii I. v. a:4." p. M No. It. I'lis-cntter l-v. '.:' V- Nu.it, Leave :1V 11. in. iiiilxetli ilHlly fxei pt Stiniliiy. Kurelni inni h!1 I'iutlc tolitti. No. 3. l'lt.'ille lliulleil I.v. lit twt p. ni. to Suit l.uUe, tKl-ii anil Hit' eimnt. No. 7, Lfttvo 8.25 i. in.. Suit t.ftkc City. (lOINtl EAST. No.I Alliotlte F.lrev I.v. 0::ai tt. in tii'l'leitrt'ri'fk. I. V. Jinn-., Castle tiitte. No.. Itih. Hint until I-v. (SC.p . nt. Kr-iiu Utrtlen to tilt Sun l'i'tt' ilnt No. 4, I'IiIokxo UiiUteU I.v. 0 tit) it. in. O. l,.TIUMI'StN. Atf. nt. j It llMtftH'K. I' A.Wlit,K.Ul)I. ' Trittlii' Matiser. ti, n't I'u.-ie;. r Col. I. C. ltIK.K. Uvitrtal NttiniKer. I'kklo iipjvtitv1, tired" feeling, stofu.uh i-ikknoss atui weakness can be protrptly retiu!ul by ttsin ' Dr. J. 11. McLean's Strengthening Cordial iP Blood Purifier. It ,strcnr-.t!nu anj buik'.s up the etuocb!cl system, creates a pxJ appetite ar.d promote diotion, v'Kwrs the cemplexiua anJ rustores the t'Jy to petlect lie.ilt'.i, So!J by all lru;;j ts at fhn) per bottle. THC Dn. J. H. MCLEN MEDICINE CO., 5T. LCUIS. MO. SALT LAKE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE $3,00 m,l,AU Published Tuesday ami Friday. Sud for sample copy. WEEKLY Trite, $2,00 1't.nYrAR. Daily Trite, $12,03 Add Tkihv: -t.Sult L.ike City A. O. SMOOT, Successor to PROVO L. H. & B, CO. AVholesale and Retail Dealers In Lumber, Doors, Windows, Blinds, Mouldings, Rustic Siding,T and G Flooring,Shingles; Lath, Paints and Builders1 Hardware, LUMBER SA.WED AND DRESSE TO ORDER SCROLL SAWING AND TURNING ONE- UTAH VALLEY IRON PAINT. Combination wire and Slat Fence. D. R. BEEBE, Mgr. Omeeatid Yardopp. R. 11. Depot. Telephone No. 20. P.O. lox:9, PROVO. E. J. WARD & SONS, LtoijiW Yard aijd Plai)ii)g Mil) Carry Kvcrytlilutf 1 lhe UUILDING LINE. TELEPHONE HO. 32. - - PROVO CITY, UTAH.