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H TV V Vf T JRAH fOITHH CONSTITUTION! Our Giotto: Silver, 16 tl VOL. 5. NO. 15. SPRING VILLE, UTAH, FRIDAY, NOV. 15. 1895. PRICE: $2.00 PER YEAR ft Highest of H ia Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report CITY COl'XCIl,. Couacil Diet in an adjourned session Kov. 11, the week prior there belnp no quorum. On account of the absence of Mayor Hall Councillor Caffrey was elected to fill the chair. One-half the city taxerof Jin. Eliza Watson were remitted on accouut of indigency. Verbal petition of Mrs. Emily Blanchard relating to remission of -waver tax was reierrea u waier-m waier-m aster. The following bills were allowed and amount appropriated: Note and Interest Provo Commercial Com-mercial bank...-..: 8285 35 Jas. Caffrey .; 14 00 Geo. A. Storrs, marshal 60 00 " " " feeding prisoners 3 85 J. E. Harmer w 10 00 II. T. Reynolds & Co. tfrtlse. . 8 10 J. II. Storrs, treasurer 12 50 Wru.M. Ray lance, recorder and auditor 70 00 II. T. Reynolds, councillor 12 50 J. S. Loyod, watering trees. ... 2 50 W. I. Holly, hauling rock 71 80 Stanley Staton, witness fees in Hichnetzer case 14 10 W. A. Clark " " 8 70 Henry SWen " ".. 8 70 Jeo. A. Storrs, constable and mileage 5 40 A. C. Bird's bill for sprinkling was reffered to committee on petitions and claims with instructions to said committee com-mittee to collect the subscribed amounts from business men and citizens citi-zens and report at next meeting. Two Lives Saved. Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction City, 111., was told by ber doctors she had Consumption and that therewa do hope for her, but two bottles Dr King's New Discovery completely cured her and she says it saved he life. Mr. Thomas Eggers, 139 Florida t. San Francisco, suffered from a dreadful cold, approaching Consump tion. tried without, rpsnlt, pvprvthinir else then bought one bottle of Dr King's New Discovery and In two weeks was cured. He is naturally thankful. It is such results, of which hese are samples, that prove the wonderful efficacy of this medicine in Coughs and Colds. Free trial bottles at Dr. C. J. Peterson's Drug Store Ecgular size 50c and $1. Gommsmsrativt Btuption. A most enjoyable time was had on Tuesday evening at the residence of Mrs. S. A. Boyer, the occasion being a commemorative reception in honor of the 80th blrthdajr of Mrs. Elizabeth Cady Stanton, the pioneer of Woman's LOOK OUT wekesIy Powdter pure Suffrage in America. Guests to the number of about tlfty were present, among whom the following were seen: Mayor and Mrs. Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Wrn. M. Roylance, Mr. and Mrs. G. I'. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Cran-dall, Cran-dall, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Deal, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Boyer, Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Huntington, Mr. and Mrs. T. L Mcndcnhall, Mr. and Mrs. Mack Dougall, Mr. and Mrs. M. II. Dougall. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Westwood, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Straw, Mr. and Mrs. Milan Crandall, Mr. and Mrs. John Allenian, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Deal, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. B. Matson. At 8:30 Mrs. Boyer called the assembled guests to order and in a few well chosen remarks re-marks stated the object of the gathering, gather-ing, mentioned some very interesting facts relating to the early history of woman's suffrage in which Mrs. Stanton was so prominently associated. asso-ciated. She then introduced Mrs M. V. M. Hall, who read a biographical sketch of the lady whom the guests hud met to honor, Mrs. Cady Stanton. An excellent paper on the history and vicissitudes of woman's suffrage was then read by Mrs. S. A. Boyer. It was replete with information relative to the rise, progress and enlargement of woman's sphere in th economy of life. The balance of the evening was 6pent in social converse, nicely intermingled inter-mingled with singing, recitations, humorous speeches, and last but not least, a dainty lunch. Card playing was also indulged in by quite a num ber of the guests. Mrs. Boyer is a pleasing hostess and she was most ably assisted by her charming daugh ter Lulu, Mrs. Alexander. Mrs. VV. B. Mepfc, who resides at Camptonville, Cal., says her daughter was for several years troubled at times with severe cramps in the stomach, stom-ach, and would be in such agony that it was necessary to call in a physician. Having read about Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy she concluded to try it. She found that it always gave prompt relief. It was seldom necessary to give a second dose. "It has not only 6aved us lots of worry and time'', she says, "but also doctor bills. It Is my opinion that every family should have a bottle of this remedy in the house." For sale by all druggists. Grippty Golds- Grippey colds are epidemic and are promptly "broken up" by "77", Dr. Humphreys' Specific for Colds and Grippe. For sale by all druggists. FAIR OPENING. Instructions to Those "Who Visit and Those who Exhibit- Every J Body Should Read. On Wednesday next at 2 p. m. the great M, I. A. Fair will open its doors to the public. The opening ceremonies cere-monies will consist of speeches, recitations, reci-tations, singinp, etc. President Jos. F. Smith of general M. I. A., President B. S. Hinckley of the Stake M. I. A., Judge W. H. King, Mayor J. E. Hull. Rev. A. O. Todd and and others will make speeches. The prices of admission have been set at 10c for adults and 5c for children. There wili be season tickets for sale at 50c. which will entitle the holder to admission at any time they may present themselves during the fair, and also admission to the theatre (reserved (re-served seats extra). At 8:30 each evening a concert program pro-gram will be rendered including the best literary and musical talent of this city, A word to those who contribute to the exhibit: All articles must be sent to the Reynolds Hall on Monday next, so that they may be arranged in theii respective departments, as they are brought in and an entry of the owner's name taken will be recorded with their number and class, a ticket corresponding with the same placed with it. It will then be turned over to the person to whose department it is to be assigned they will see it is properly displayed and taken care of until the close of the fair and it is again taken by the owner. As a precaution pre-caution for the care of valuable articles, Mr. David Curtis will see that some person is always in the building night and day. As this is to be a general fair it is desired that any thing that is pretty, curious, useful or ornamental should be presented for exhibit specimens of all kinds of handiwork by either lady or gentleman. gentle-man. An elevator is provided in the Reynolds, hall so that heavy articles may be easily handled, and great care will be taken of all that is brought out for exhibit. As it is designed to try and get some money for books, etc., for the M. I. A. work, the exhibitors will not be given free passes except where they cannot afford to pay. A beautiful gold and silver medal has been selected for the most beautiful beauti-ful lady, the most popular gentleman and the best rendition of "Charlie McRea". The medal will represent silver at 16 to 1 with gold. The name of the winner will be engraved on the gold band. BISINESg BRIEFS. Schwab changes his ad this week. Take a look at it. Sam Schwab, the popular clothier of Provo, has decided to open a branch store at Mercur. Deal Bros. & Mcndcnhall have something new to tell you in this weeks paper. Roylance says those who have any alfalfa seed to sell should call on him, it will pay them to do so. Profitable Reading H. SINGLETON CLOTHING COMPANY, Has Crawled so Quickly to THE FRONT. It wasn't "Blind Luck," Oh! No! Here are some of the Bargains that made them Popular: 200 Men's and Boy's Suits in 10 different patterns jkq EH A Per now on sale tit q)2jc)U Suit. utah0' OflGItETOJUapt Meneray & Co. are already reciving their Christmas novelties. They have a flue stock of drugs, perfumery, etc. II, T. Reynolds & Co are receiving an extra nice line ot overcoats, which will be sold at bed rock prices. Do you want fresh bread or cakes? Then call on J, A. Reynolds at the corner grocery. He has it. Boshard & Saxey of Provo have all the ingredients necessary for mincemeat, mince-meat, plum puddings and other Christmas accompaniments. They are the Provo Grocers. The S. S Jones Company have some floe offers in cloaks, this and next week. In fact they say "the greatest sale in Utah." See their ad. Phil Speckart, the popular butcher of Trovo, is out in this issue with an interesting schedule of prices oh meat. See what he has u say on the third page. Provo contributes another enter-prizing enter-prizing house to the advertising columns col-umns of the Independent. The Excelsior Ex-celsior Roller Mill, of which J. W. Hoover is the "man-o'-the-'ouse." They announce that they do grist work in exchange, and buy grain at the highest market price. The II. Singleton Clothing company of Provo arc represented in today's paper with a new advertisement. Everyone knows the gentlemen comprising com-prising this firm, and their announcement announce-ment will be read with interest by the many friends of the Singleton bovs. A Proiptrous Company. The Rio Grande Western road , by its president, reports a fine showing for the first quarter of the present tiscal year, showing an increase in the gross earnings of 20 per cent, and a still better increase in the net eam-itgs eam-itgs 47 per cent, or bad it not been for the strike last year a cool $100,000 credit would have been entered on the clear profit side of the ledger. The strike cost them a little over 150,000. And best of all, that during the whole of the year not a passenger was either killed or injured on the line, and washouts only cost the company $500. "The entire condition of the line," President Palmer says in the report, "physical and financial, is now quite healthy, and the outlook in everyway promising. The earnings of the first three months of the new fiscal year already show a gross gain of $114,000, or 20 per cent, aud in the net $8tt,000, or 47 per cent, over the first quarter of the previous year ". All of which is due to their care In the selection of employees and facilities facil-ities for handling their business. Their corps of employes, from the general officers, Col. Dodge, E. A. Welby, S. II. Babcock, F. A. Wad-leigh Wad-leigh and tbelr aids to every conductor, con-ductor, brakemaa or agent along the line, not even excepting ourGeo. P. Thomson of this city, are all par excellence; ex-cellence; hence, of course, they do well. Photographer Anderson is at gallery aud prepared for work. the Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powfoi A Pure Qrpe Cream oi Tartar Powder. There is a Whole Lot of Sound and Solid Reasons Rea-sons Why The This lady is waiting to purchase her New Winter Wrap, from among the elegant line of PLUSH. ASTRICAN, FOR AND CLOTH CoatS and OopOiS .A.T II. T. Reynolds & Co & W my boy w They've Baraatas BIFF! NO TIME TO TALK. RIGHT TO THE POINT. 60 doz, white unlaundried shirts, any lenghth of sleeve and size of neck, New York Mills Muslin, Mus-lin, Continuous seams with Gussets, value 60 cts. they go three for $1.00 40 doz. laundried shirts, made as above, value $1.00, they go for - - - 50c. 22 doz. Men's Stiff Fedora Hats, value $1.75, they go for - - - - $1.00 WE HAVE PUT IN STOCK THE CELEBRATED lier Ifts Im Pans and- Suits RIVETED BUTTONS, SEWED WITH SILK, DOUBLE KNEE AND SEAT. Uc Juuu; the $ct gincof boy's shoes itmiflinrt in pvicc from $1.25 to&2. EVERY PAIR GUARANTEED. THESE PRICES PREVAIL UNTIL THE EXPIRATION OF THIS AD CI nTHff" HATTEBj, 0UTflTIEB. THE BIGGEST CLOAK SALE IN UTAH TAKES The S. S. Jones Company This Week and Next. ana lcxv gtyle nt in. (Come (Duct- JjtUjUc tl)c gale aote. S. S. JONES CO. for her turn . m fa $ you shall co with nio down to Key nolds' and get your New suit and Over coat, they say J u BANG! PLACE AT AT PROVO Particulars NEXT WEEK.