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THE SPHINGYILLE INDEPENDENT A- J. Issued every Friday. D. P. FELT, Editor ami Manager. Entered at the pot office at Springville, Cluh. for transmission through the mulls as ieeoud-clas mm tor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year, Six month9, Three months. $2.00 1.00 .75 WHEBB TO HOLD THE FAIR. About the only thing our businesn men here are agitating now is a Utah county fair, to be hold next fall in this city, but 1 believe that if such a fair becomes a reality, the site should be fixed at Springvllle. Dave Felt of the Springvllle Independent revived the agitation concerning a county fair,and since he first touched upon it in his paper he has been actively rustling in n endeavor to bring the idea to a successful suc-cessful issue. Dave Is a rustler, and will spare no efforts In support of the move, no matter what Utah county town captures the prize, but it would be disgusting for ttie slow-going city of Provo to gain it after Its sprightly sister, Springville, has done all the work. Provo Correspondence, S. L Argus. The above expresses in brief terms tha opinions of the people of Utah county as to where the county fair should be held Now If our city fathers and business busi-ness men will get a move on themselves them-selves and Invite the people of the various cities of the county to co-op-crate with them in holding a county fair in this, we shall surely secure the prize. The great success of the local fair, as The Independent has stated before, it proof that this city Is the place to hold a successful county fair. Springville Is centrally located, easily easi-ly reached, and by far the most en-tsrprising en-tsrprising city in Utah county; her citizens are energetic and thoroughly capable of doing their share to make an affair of this kind a success. The Importance of having the fair held here cannot he over estimated, It would be the means of advert ising ourcity and county and would show what we are capable of, and our city ilads must not hesitate In this matter, mat-ter, neither must our business men. THE MONRO! DOCTRINE. The average reader of the country paper is not in a position to be very well acquainted with what is known as the Monroe Doctrine. It has not been necessary to refer to It lately and is only called up now on account of the threatened invasion of Venezuelan Vene-zuelan territory by England and Cleveland's Cleve-land's manly stand to protect Venezuela Vene-zuela on the principle as enunciated by Monroe and accepted by the people of the western world. On December 2, 1823, Pnsldnt Monroe Mon-roe sent his famous message to Congress, Con-gress, In which he noted the propo sal of Russia to arrange by amicable negotiations, the respective rights of the United States and Russia on the northwest coast of this continent, A similar proposition was made to Great Britain by Russia, which was accepted. While the discussion was under way the United States was asked to assent as a principal. They did so, and judged It as the right and to the Interests of the United States as involved that the American continents con-tinents by the free and Independent condition which they have assumed and maintain, are henceforth not to tie considered as subjects for future colonization by any European power. Id the wars of the European powers in the matters relating to themselves we have never taken any part, nor docs it comport with our policy to do o. It is only when our rights aro invaded in-vaded or seriously menaced that we resent injuries or make preparation for defence. With, the movements iu this hemisphere, we are, of necessity, more immediately conuected, and by causes which must be obvious to all enlightened and impartial observers. The political system or the allied powers is essentially different in this respect from that of America. This difference proceeds from that which exists In their respective governments. Aud to the defense of our own, which has been achelved In the loss of so much blood and treasure, and matured matur-ed by the wisdom of their most enlightened en-lightened citizens, and under which we have enjoyed unexceptional felicity, felici-ty, this whole nation is devoted. We osve it, therefore, to candor and to the amiable relations existing be tween the United States and those powers, to declare that we should consider con-sider any attempt on their part to extend ex-tend their system to any portion of this hemisphere as dangerous to our peace and safety. With the existing colonies or dependencies of any European Euro-pean power, we have not inlsrefered and shall not interfere. But with the governments who have declared their independence and maintained it, and whose independence we have, on great consideration and on just principles, prin-ciples, acknowledged, we could not view aiiy interposition for the purpose of oppressing them, or controlling iu any other manner their destiny, by any European power, in any other light than as a manifestation of unfriendly un-friendly disposition towards the United States. CLEVELAND S LATEST BREAK. PitEsiDEMT Clkvkland has issued another special message to Congress in which, as usual, he has injected his undying hostility to silver. He seems to think that now while he stands amid his blaze of glory from his famous Venezuelan message that his advice will be accepted by the people with the same alacrity that his advice to maintain the Monroe doctrine was; but no, instead of proving prov-ing a halm to the fevered finances of the nation it was blistering. It was more like throwing powder into the tire. The Hurry in financial circles only existed seriously In Wall street, Loudon and some little government ciicles. It was caused by his message on Venezuelan matters. It is a pitv it did not cause more of a Hurry. The ptople at largo could see with great equanimity London, Wall strecs and some other gold alchemiz.ng localities go down. Those who have any knowledge of the people's finances know that these flurries will nnke the legislators look to silver as the great savior. This same flurry caused Senator Allen to introduce the resolution calling for the free coinage of silver, resulting In a majority of 14 in the Senate. These self-same flurries will do the country at large more good than all the Lon- dons, Wall street! and Rothschilds put together if they are forced to disgorge some of their ill-gotton wealth. Even If It costs a panic in the country let 'er come; we don't care if the whole financial fabric of the country is sin t'shed, if it will only adjust silver to its proper place and the more serious the panic the greater dependence and welcome will be silver's advent iuto full fellowship with gold its twin brother. THE NEW STATE. Utah Is to be admitted into the Union on Saturday, Jan. 4th, and will take her seat on Monday, the 6th. This is the day the people have looked forward to with more pleasure than ever the boy to his first pants. Utah ha for lo! these many years, looked forward to this great day and we hope that Monday, Jan. 6th, 1SU0, will be the red letter day of Utah's history that It will not be confined to Mormous, Gentiles, Democrats, Republicans, Re-publicans, but to Utonians. Any BAGkAU Try it, and you will agree with the thousands who say it is the "PEERLESS REMEDY" for curing ailments of the Liver, Kidneys and Bladder, Female troubles, Rheumatism and Blight's Disease. For sale everywhere at $i.oo per bottle. THE DR. J. H. MCLEAN MEDICINE CO., ST. LOUIS, MO. other sentiment looking to partisanship partisan-ship on this day is un-American. If a time to bury the past had ever arrived this is certainly that epo-h. We note that the committee having hav-ing the inaugural ceremonies in hand is not confined in any sense of the word, to classes of any kind. Judge (). W. Powers, the Democratic war-horse, war-horse, is the chairman, and while it appears to be under Republican auspices, aus-pices, the Populist leader is the secretary. secre-tary. President Woodruff is to open the ceremonies by prayer, all singers are invited to join with Stephens in signing national hymns and Rev. T.C. Hid is to close the services. This Is as it should be. The territorial management man-agement have set ua an example now let us all Join in making Jan. 6th a day of rejoicing, that will make Christmas, New Year, 24th of July, and Thanksgiving days all pale before be-fore this momentuous day. Come, Springville, lets have a time. We are contented now that- the Hobble creek bridge Is an actual reality. We representing the people have asked for it and can survey with pleasure a full compliance with our request a bridge that is perfect in its efficiency, is strong and well-built, and in behalf of the people of Spring ville, we thank the City Council and the County Court for our magnificent bridge. Bkkts raised in Springville caroled more saccharine than any in the county. None were returned and our farmers were told that they might plant as many acres as they choose next year and all would be received, Springville is the banner city of Utah county should be the capital, by geographical right. Cleveland may know how to con strue the Monroe doctrine, but he's dense on finances. Thirty-five thousand dollars of beet money alone for Springville. Springville is ready for jollification, jollifica-tion, Statehood day. Springville, the junction city of Utah county. Yes, let's hold a county fair, by all means. Statehood day, Jan. 6th. 189G. A county fair. The const itut'on that has been broken down or weakened by long standing disorders in the liver and kidneys, is ill fitted to withstand the encroachments of disease. Such a per son takes cold easily, cannot stand fatigue, and in cases of epidemics, is the first to fall a victim. The proper course Is to remove the cause of the weakness by treating the liver and kidneys. Dr. J. II. McLean's Liver and Kidney Balm will reach the seat of trouble and restore the diseased organs lo healthy functional activity Increased nourishment of the body will follow and the patient will rap idly regain health and strength Price 41.00 per bottle. Abstracts of Title made to any City lots or farm lands in Utah county by Havercamp & Co., Provo. Leave orders with James Caffrey. Or. Price's Cream Baking Powder Most Perfect Made. h ... . WHY? Because your Li , are out of orJer. Fur yr . housewives all over the court .y-....,. used with best results Dr. J. H. McLean's Liver I Kidney Balm. Is Your Blood Pure If It 1. Ton will be strong, vigorous. fall oflife tad ambition; you will haves good appetite and good digestion; strong nerves, sweet sleep. But how few can say that their blood IB UMLVi A i-J " .i" J t I " C dally from the consequence of impure blood, scrofula, aalt rheum, rheumatlam, catarrh, nervousness, BlejpleneBg? and 'That Tired Feeling. Hood's Bsriaparllla purifies, vitallzea nd enriches the Uood. Therefore, it Is the medicine for you. It -rill give you pure, rich, red blood and utrong nertes. H will overcome that tired feellog, cr"at9 an appetite, give refreshing sleep and make you strong. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the Only True Blood Purifier Prominently in the publlo eye today. l lrn-1'c Pill fte"!"iner V and llUOJ 9 1 Ills family cathartic fto. "CHANGE CARS" Nay! nay! Not if I make the trip via the Chicago, Uuion Pacific & North western Line. Through vestibulcd trains, coin nosed of Dining Cars, first and second class Sleepers and Free re c ininir Chair Cars, tor further in formations call on or address, u. W Craig U. P. Agent, Provo. Buoklen'i Amies Sa1t. The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and postively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guar anteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Dr. C. J. Pet ersou. The V. S. Gov't Reports show Royal Baking Powder superior to all others. Help Wanted. A MAN Oil LADY TO MANAGE distributing soap samples, specialties, do coi responding. Send Sylvan Co., "27 Woodward, Detroit, Mich., 10c for samples soap, etc., receive outfit offer. And they all read The Independent LEGAL NOTICE. In the Probate Court In and for Utah County, Territory of I t-h. in the matter ol tue estate ol u. w. L.con ard, deceased. Order umnuitln2 time and Dlace for settle nient of final account and to bear petition fur distribution. On readiiiir and filinii tho petition of H M. Dougall. administrator of the estate of U. W Leonard, deceased, setting forth that lie hu tiled his final account of his ad ministration upon said estate in th if court that ull the debts uf said estate have been fullv Daid. and that a Dortlonof said estate remains to bedivided anions the heirs of said deceased, and praying among other things for an order allowing said tlnal account and of distribution of the residue of said estate among the uersons entitled. It Is ordered that all persons interested In tho estate of the said u. v. Leonard deceased, tie and appear before the Probate t'ourt ol me county or I tan. at the Court Room of said Court. In the county Court House, on the aist day of December, 189f. at 10 o'clock a. ni. then and there to show cause why an order allowing si id final account aud of distribution should not be made of the residue of said estate anions the heirs and devises of the said G. W. Leonard, de ceased. ai'CorduiK to law. It Is further ordered that the clerk cause notice to be posted in three public places in Utah county and a copy of this order to bo punnsiieu in tne r-pruiKvmn lnuenendent newspaper printed and circulated in Utah County, for three weeks successively prlo' losaiu sii oav or iiccemner. iwo WAKKEN N, DirsENBEKRY. Probate Judge, Dated December nth, 18U5. Territory of Utah, ( County of Utah. 1 M" I, E. L. Jonea.clerk of the Probate Court In and for I tali comity. Territory of l tah,hre. by certify that the foregoing is a full, true and correct conv of the original "Older Aiv pointing Time and Place for Settlement of r inal Account and to hear retllioii for DIs tribution," in the estate of O. W. Leon ard, deceased, and now on Die and of record in my omce Witness my hand and seal of aald Probate v ourt at my ottice in I'rovo City, seal thisVthday of December. A. D IMA. t, Li. J ON BR, t22 clerk Frank N. West WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER All kinds of JEWELRY REPAIRED, WATCHES, CLOCKS, Etc., CLEANED and REPAIRED ON SHORT NOTICE. Springvllle, Utah BR0WIUW00D, Tonsorial Artists. We cut Hair In the Latat Style and Shai without pain or chloroform. Ladle' and Children' hair cutting. Pom pa douri a tpeclalty GUI Dt a ail Older in: But 8f RiNoviLLK. : : : Utab Ajnta Troy Steam Laundry, Provo. All ordnboul1 b in Tuwlny. Cash is King -AND- "XWxxjl. IMC- Roylance THE DISBCRSER FOR- Alfalfa Seed, Wheat, And Sells the Reliable STUDEBAKER WAGONS, S-pringrvillo, XJtctlx. To pecoipe Is almost everyone's desire. It is not so inu;h what you earn, but what you save, that makes you rich; therefore, in order to Decome rich it is necessary to save money, and in order to save money it Is necea sary to deal exclusively with tho ft. S. WOOD MERCANTILE CO. They have a large and elegant stock of Glass, Crockery, Queens and China ware, at the lowest prices, and as to EColidety Goods Well, jibt step in, see their stock and get their prices; you will need go no further, they have everything you want. They also have THE BEST CLOTHING AND DRY Packard pros & Co,, DKALERS IN Dry Goods, Clothing, Groceries, Hardware, Etc SPRINGVILLE. lata & Oavisl DEALERS IN FURNITURE Francis AIIIvlvITO CO, Manufacturer of and Dealer In REGAL PATENT. ROYAL, ROSE BUD, GRAHAM, GSRMAD1, COR MEAL, BRAN, SHORTS, CHOPPED FEED. Wheat received on deposit. Custom Grinding a Specialty. Cash paid for wheat. MILL OPFOSITE SPRING CREEK. A. O. SMOOT, Successor to PEOYO L. M. J B. CO, Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Lumber, Doors, Windows, Blinds, Mouldings, Rustic Siding,T and G Flooring, Shingles, Lath, Paints and Builders' Hardware, LUMBER SAWED A ND DRESSED TO ORDER SCROLL SAWING- AN D TURNING- DON. UTAH VALLEY IRON PAINT. Combination wire and Slat Fence. D. R. BEEBE, Mgr. Office and Yard opp. R. R. Depot. Telephone No. 20. P. O. Box T9, PROVO. WOOp & General line of FURNITURE Including: WALL PAPER CARPETS, WINDOW BLINDS, ETC AT BEDROCK PRICES, Clv Us a Call for Bargnlns, Springrville, Utah. ich GOODS AT THE LOWEST PRICE UTAH. M Sijell, PALEY, UNDERTAKERS. COFFINS and CASKETS OF ALL KINDS. All Calls Promptly attended to. 20 YEARS' EXPERIENCE.