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I W.P. BOWENS m wmm shjfj o fhinet from the baiement of Malcolm f Ilughet Slock, Main, itrcet, Saturday morning SCOTT & IIOLT. every ' a . Entered at the VostoJJla in Spanith Fork City, Utah, for tranmitsion clast matter. Jhrovgh the mailt at second ....$2.00 pae year 'Sit months Jlhrco months.... ; 1.00 00 Mtiiox Ia Scott.. .Editor and Manager SATURDAY. CIT-- T - DECEMBER 24. 18D2 OPPICER3 OF pANISH fORK CITY, UTAH Mayor, Joliu Jones. 'Win. B. Hughes, W. O. Creer, Rufus P. Snell, Tlios. C. Holding, Kiel Gardner, Mari dus Larsen. Peter F. Boyack. Marshal, Benjamin Williams. City attorney, Wm. Crcey.1 Recorder, Samuel Cornaby. Treasure!1, Wni. Kohertsnn. Astr and Collector, Hubbard Tuttlo. Sexton, John Holertson. City inspector, Hubbard Tuttle. Poundkeeper, Itees I). James. Precint justice, J. W. Robertson. City justice, John P. Jones. Constable, Rees D. James. Watormaster, James Warner, Road supervisor, James Warner. PHRISTMAS. It is seven on Sua accurred years sines Christmas on the Sab comes it and although Jay, be observed an Bnday. Towill path, morrow is a day which .we all should honor, respect and observe, a day in which wo all should tern? in the highest Christ laid dotyn liis life l f estimation. for us, and w should not disrespect that jcred day on which lie was founded. Th good people of Spaniah Fork ahnuld ia the day ot think that on Ua.t and happiness, a day (lint one should look after the wants of more than themselves, That you should see that the poor and cherished aoula sluuld be mada ns happy a possible. The poor and unfortunate ones, if there be any who hare not been able to grasp the fortunes of tltii world within their folds ahould be looked after and made aa joy-m- s and comfortable at kings. Dhl. how wewieh that the franchise of woman suffrage reigned over our fret country and then we almost l(Row that the depressed would be looked alter, aa the cause of woman suffrage, we think would courage the depressed end unfortunates of this is Christmas. day. Now let you wealthy njeu and women who are able, ace that the poor of Spanish Fork is supplied with a bounteou feast to morrow. We should alt be happy children together, big and little, aud I jun sure it would be n good thing for all it Christmas could come around a little pftener, and give ua a holiday. There la only one tLing about it, all that we are porry for, because we are hungry moat all t lie time with such a climate as we have. Thit .a a good country to work in, and wo should not lorget the pappy day of Christ mil of 1893. Woci.d it nut bn an experiment worth trying if in eyer household there were a compact made to give aud receive present of leu coat than heretofore, and to uso any balance of money that might otherwise have been expended in acme nay Gift ihali add real yaloo to the life of those who are unable to give gift at all? The money that is unwisely spent in many families of not very large income for thing that are presently laid by and forgotten, if put together In one, sum would provide a southern winter for an who invalid wonld die in tie or a the hills next in journey north; year for a tired needle woman; or would give a young girl, with a talent for a pencil or pitno, the beginning of the education ia art she ought to have; or, aeud a poor boy through one year of college; or stock a heberdsshory who cannot work, aud to beg who is ashamed; or procure surgery, clothing and couatlra comforts and turn the drearlnesi of poverty stricken home into sunshine. It this not really something for many of ua to consider now that th year it drawing to a dote? The annaal scare it on again about tor war on the Englands preparations border takes. According to the report of the Rceretary of War, oor torpodo service it equal, It 11 it sap trior, to any it the world. Ilia not very expensive sirvice, either, end th eaueat and ihrapost way to meet an emergency of that kind, or a punbla emergency, t n ill be to establish a torpid) plait in uMi of tin exposed American citie like Detroit, Cleveland and Chicago, CHRISTMAS CAROLS, Thu story of Christinas music from the earliest days to the present time teems with internet not alone for the student, but for all who love tho season and niuiical of good will to hien, observance connected with it involve so much that is qiitfo' picturesque and suggestive of the variona phases of life and habits ot men thai volumes might bo written on the subject and yet half tho tale dot told. It would seem that ia the earlier ages music ofa solemn and measured character was used for the Christmas season. The chants, whoso various names, Gregorian Auglican, etc., are the result of the sources they are derive! from, date trout the first centuries of Cbristisuity, and arauocle refined and exalting, as is the servise proper of both English and Roman tburch- today Christmas demanding music of a broadly flowing, rich and yet melodious character, famous gingers all the world over lending their voicii to praise God on the feast ot the nativity. But to most minds the music associated with this dear festival Is the carol term suggestive of so much good cheer, happiness and simple joy that its meaning is readily understood from choral dance, catole, qucrole, carols, It would puzzl an antiquarian to know positively when the first carols were sung as such, but in England they have been traditional Christmas music the bard There for centuries. and minstrels r supposed to, have introduced them, wandering at the holy seaaoa fiotn house to house singing carol in which most quaintly the story birth and that of the of our Lord redemption were told. Before the time of tit. Augustine in Great! Britain it is mpposed that these sweet strange hymns or recitations were sung, end that rich storehouse, the British museum, contains otue so primitive in word and from tiiat there can tie no doubt of their antiquity . Even before the Twelfth century the custom of singing or chanting these Christmas carols gained grounds, establishing tiiat charming observance ccen still in parte of England of band of children going from house to house under the stars of Christmaa ere, rendering some of the old carols, tike Go I Ret You, Merry Gentlemen, or I Saw Three Ships Cnmq Sailing Iu.lwhile doors open hospitably. There ia a welcome at every fireside, above alltwlicre a yule log has been lighted. Old Warton, writing in for the I5G2, commends this custom and Milton adds his glory of God, testimony to its being a worthy and Christian practice. Ilorpera Bazar. Holiday Rates on thei U. P. On account ot Christmas aud New Years hoiidajs exeunion tickets at rate of one fare for round trip will be sold to sit points iu Utah, and to any points on th system within a radius of 230 mile. Soiling dates, Dec. 23d, 24th, 25th and 31st. WRIGHT MARSH, Thomas Wright of this place and M:s Matilda Marsh of l'ayson were united iu marriage at the lattet place lost Friday, A receptation was givea by the couple at Payaon Tuesday night and they com to Neptd Thursday and will in the future make th s their borne. Mr. Wright's friends extend their congratulations. Nephi Courier. Mr. Wright i a relative of the writer, and chanced to meet tho happy pair and fain i lira in Payton. Tin Sex tend it congraulstion cut to Mr, .Wright and a long life with hi new companion. Girls Last Chance. Dear girls with leap year just going out you II have yourlaat chance To catch one of those bipeds of the sex that wear the punts. Su here are a few eimple ruler we have designed for tlmae Of you whore uot acquainted with the belt way to propoto. If you would win a pocket take him by the finger tips And gently as the dew fall press them lightly to your lip And rave about two kindred eoul end heart in bihaful rhitue. Swei r by tun ami moon and stars 'twill fetch him every time. A widower ie easy, been a Who I r and he must haye rtartad that old aaw which lays a burnt child dread the fire. For men who know the meanness ot deceiving woman' way. . They'd all get swindled if they could ottco every thirty day1 But if 0 practical young man you think you'd lisa to snaro. On who has lota of god hard muse, but not a cent to apart. Hurry up glrla you have not time to etop twill Butjinglo dollara in bit ear bring him flown kerflop." Tint next Ladies Republican meeting Powell Davis' on WednciJay, January, 4, 1893, at 7 p. ta. All rhould In in attondance, ae important butinca will come up. The Six it now giving employment to six pmotta, and anil one or two crauk ndout town think that advertising duct pay, and that a new, paper it no enterp!, doesn't help to build a town up or make tiling prosperous, Such people a wo refer to should go aud raise greeso wood way up in the Bad Land of Dakota. They don't deserve to livo Iu a prosperous community. IV are doing what wo clam.andworking har l to do it, and above nil things don't cry "hard times, whether hard time exlt or not. People mike hard time by kreplng it in the mind of the people all the time; let up. Hard time will come again no more,'' will bo held nt Mrs. condition of the Report of the Market Report. Corrected weekly by the Span Co-o- Wheat Oats. Brewery Barley Feed Barley,.., Shelled Corn..,. Butter Egg Hay Spring Chicke. . Old Chicken Dry Apricot ..... ...... Dry Apple. Dry Prum. Dry Peaches Alfalfa Seed. 65c per busbeb $1.10 perewt. " 00 80 FORK, SPANISH 20c per pound December 9, 30c per dozen At the close of busines 5.00 per tod per lb' A. pPECIuSL.Ll'Sr - -- . , Cc 6c 7c SPECTACLES. Fine Watch and Jewelry lhpUing 181)2 each 30c each 7c JEWELRY, I TAIL OF' S FANIS II FORK, Ln Watches, Clock OF no tic' Dealer FINE STOCK. t-BA- NK- 2Cc F McCAvy For 15b ' RIO CRANDE WESTERN RY. Chrlstrpas and New Years Holidays. RESnCRC'ES. Old Bonk Builrliitg, Loxnaand discounts. . . ., ...$32,447.41 1 1 '082.7 Furniture and Fixtures. . 1,501.17 Taxes and paid. Expenses Cash and Light Exchange .... 5,674 08 ,...$11,303.97 Total Main St. IJAIMJTIES. 6LUFF & SGOTT ...$24,92.5.0 Capital paij in.. Undirected Profits.. W. P. Bowen, Spaniah Fork, exhibite 2,804.01 ....12.510.90 at the fair a very select line of French the head .... 4.OOO.OO Coach and Percberon stock, a atdark of which stands Davoust, dap; . Deposit Bills Payable Total " Ticket! will be told on Dec. 23d, 24th, jth and 31st, and January let, I, D. E. Morey, Cashier of the above bstweed any two stations on the- line named to return All tickets limited Bank, do hereby certify that the January above statement is true to the best of 4, 1893. ray knowledge and beleif. D. E. Morey, Will Father Consent. Cashier How our girls kis," the title of a me before to sworn and Subscribed poetic effusion in the Srx.Ntsii Fouk Sun 17th day of December A. D. this copied into the Manti lleqorlfr, who' Samuei. Cokkaby, 18Q2editor ia afraid to say anything about JEAI.J Notary Public. the Manti girls kissing proolitivea. For his we wiuld suggest the following: The Manti grl, 10 winsome and chic, She pout her rosebud lips. While site hangs on tho sholder ot Harry or Dick While ahe alps, ahe sip, and h sins. Headquarters for gpringyille Independent. We will speak in an answerable way and sav thxj there is no show of kissing (lie editor of the lleqorter, a he is up at Sait Lake considering marrisgable effusion anj leaping into the field of inatrl moniftl cussidnest, (excuse me ladies) that is if his father has consented, he being a triflo back of the majority. - ::.DiAjviONDS;:: Iswgktj,- Watehsi BARBERS.; imported Percberon stallion that took first prize for beBt Purcher'O Dastallion, and three of his get; voust1 lias been awarded more first BASEMENT COMMERCIAL prizes for bis get than any other Pur clieron stallion in Utah, and was alo INGS BANK. very 6lose competitor for sweepstakes at the fair of 1892. PROVO CITY," . lTi Mr. Bowen also ewept off the first prize for largest and best display ot beme-breFiench coach and Purcheron horsea, an achievement that Mr. Jiowei) may well be proud of, considering the stroDg competition against which he had to JP PROVQ contend. All of Mr. Bowen's animals direct were of breedjng age imported from France. Air. Bowen has at all times Have photograph taken U your for sale number one stock of the above classi a Also grades of the above breads. CORRESPONDENCE BQLICITED Below is a list of prizes Awarded to the reputation He ' has Mr. Bowen: the finest rho- ofturnipgout For Percberon For Putoia, ) graphic Work bouth of ?i first ptize; grid medal and $23. Second Lake, or even in the Terriiurj. Call on him. prize, Davoust, (No. 6358) $l6. Best mare, Amelia, (No. 10007) 1 year old and gndcr 2; first prize gold medal; A- second pri;e, $5. Best mare, Turbine; (No. 8886) with MANAGER colt by her aide; first prize, gold meda pie-gra- y 1 . d WHEN C, and $25. Best Alley, 1 year old Dd under t wo North first pnze, gold medal. Best stfllioo, Davous, and three of hi get; first prize, gold medal and $25. I)o Vow Know A comnion Cough ia the most dangerous the world to neglect; a alight hack ing Cough ia also very dangerous, aa it always lends to Bronchitis aud Consumption. Don't neglect them. In selecting a remedy for Coughs, Cold and Br nehi-tia- , be sure and get one that is cot full of Opium sad one that wil not 'produce Constipatiou. Ballard lloreliound Syrun does not Constipate, remember thia. It perfectly harmless for children, and it's the most soothing and healing Tlyoat and Lung medicine io the world. It cure Consumption, Coughs Colds, Sore Tnront Asthma, Sore Lungs, tickliug in the Throat and greatly at lengthen the Lung after Pneumonia, Sold by E. B. Surly. Coach For stallion, Kali, (N, 571) second prize $5. French Coach For best station and three of his get; second prize $1Q. For beat and largoat display qf home bred Percberon and French Coach horse first prize, gold medal. INGOING Conkling, J Street, t. to IfUCM French 1 PYNE&-MA- BEK j i THEY SALT LAKE DRUGGISTS, PRESCRIPTIONS TRIBUNE lm 1 the I C A REFILL; COMPOUNDED. SOLID SILVER SPOONS, FORKS. An exchange furnishes tho following: a newspaper d voted to the beat in Printers wilt no longer be compelled The Largest and Bust Stock je Provo to compete with the government in the terraia sf the cetera hpe, and paiti-culaDiamonds set and in the development of the Loose to select from stamped and printed envelope business. A bill making it unlawful for the governvuntry . Repairing in all its ment to furnish envelopes of this For First-Claadvertising purpose incomparably Branches, tbs liet paper between San Francisco description hai passed congress, and the business will therefore be discohtinued. nd Deliver. scheme that took hundreds of It was Daily, 865 ivaur per year.. . .$12 0 dollars out of the pockets of the printers Weekly, !2 pp 90 col., eryr. 3 00 THE JEWELER. of the land, and should have been reICO Weekly, aix months. pealed long ago. 75 Weskly, litres months. UTAH PROVO, Adres, THE TRIBUNE A Sound Liver Make a Well Man. Rxlt Lakk ClTt, Are you bilious, Constipated, or troubled with Jaundice, Sick Headache, Bad Taste in mopth, Foul breath, coated Hot tongue, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Dry Skin, Pain in Back, and between the shoulders. Chills and Fever, Ac. If you have any of these symptoms, your Liver is out of order and your blood is slowly being poisoned, because your liver does not act properly. Hirmxb will cur eny disorder of the Liver, It baa no equal Stomach, or Bowels. aa a Liver Medicine. Frio 75 cents. Free sample Bottlsi at E. B. Sorley's drug store. LOCAL TIME CARD. Uta' Provo, r, Inter-Mouutat- I ttra, ?wajt, fr Grande s. Western, Hntmt. tmlnMit, ip" Missionary Matter. The World It IlotUr for It. Tb world it better because of such a remedy 11 Ballard' Snow Liniment, because this article relieves it of much pain and miser?, and we are thua enabled to enjoy its brighter side. It positively cure all form of Rheumatism. Neural, gia, Headache, Sick Headache, Lame and wounds, Cut Back, all Sore Sprains, Bruise, Stiff Joint, Contractad Mucle, Poison, Eruption, Corot, Weak Back, and all pain and all Infiamaiion on man or beast. It the be?t because Beware of all tla the most penetrating. white Liniments which may be palmed off on you for Ballard's Stow Liniment. There ia more like it. Soli by E- IIOVO Sinwna. Luff" Mx Itttt, rl t and hel S'iito 1 ,,r 1 AWf. ' tt to. f f IK The Sc nf 1.3 f I rr.touia. :ri p. m. 4.-0- 5:20 5:33 5:42 5:56 7:05 7:20 Ar. LOOK OUT FOR P. TEAS DEL' f-- ,Ull.l, In ik licit M. ho STORES Lari TX2UEB OJLUZD goino eoirtt. UOINO KORTU No. 3. No. 1. p. m. a. in, 4:25 7:40 Lv. 0 IoMlV' No. 2. No. Ar. P.P' 'Prk IA Lt- - Juab. .is not. Kv. C eti-ti- i fid. 4 Cl. rj Mel I me Dili the merits of S. F, Teasdol'e of holiday end wiutor mtpplios general olothiug and furnishing delow price. partment lead them all-iThe pooplu are with us because we liavg what they waut; our energies are not scattered in the wild endeavor to do all the world'll trade. Our efforts are concentrated in buying aud selling THE BEST thats made in Mens. Boys and Children's Clothing, Furnishings and Headwear, and everything inrnagnalle for use, Now, Whatever's Fuah ion able, whatever Good, woutevere Iloliuble, wo have it in a range. Beet of all wo keep down prices. Five miuutos comparison proves it. OTHER STORES MIGHT DO AS WELL BUT THEY DON'Tl What-ever'- Ini n nvet j mg vtllc fctoc-- PAGIFI 0 SYSTEM tm ''WNNY ! 0s As to Tl In In at ay When You go to Salt to Buy Goods. ubiob , h f 7..51M U J.'i'i'd i ( Isuppoi rtf'!. n ZaOCJL-L- d i WEST HOUND a. m. stations. Salt Lake. Ar, 10:10 Provo. 8:48 8:35 Springville. 8:28 Spanish Fork, 8:15 Payton. Eureka. 7:10 Silver City. Lv, 6:55 J. II, Bennett, Genl Pas. Agent. Lv. S fEU n KAIT BOUND. Co In 01. ! STORES Elder Georg E. Young is appointed to la bor as traveling Eider in th Lesda Conference . Elder George D. Merkley la appointed to labor ta traveling Elder in th Lteda Conference. Elder Eiastua M. Cole is released from hi labor aa traveling Elder in the Scottish Conference, and is appointed to labor at traveling Elder in the London Conference. , Elder I). W. B.Card ia honorable released from hil labors President of the Sheffield Conference, to return borne. , On Sunday, Nov. 20, the Cuoard steamship Auranta, arrived in Liverpool fn-iNew York, having on boarJ Elder Georg E, Young and Geo. I). Merkley of Viraal. Utah, for the British Mission. Both were in excslUnt health. The address of th BheflleldConferenc lias been changed to 81 Nelson Street, Hyde Fark, Doncaster. Mil. Star. ' tf Julius Jensen. RI0fc ImtsUK CuH A ti s 0 17 "'133 47 Ar 5:20 1:4.3 I). E. Bnu.KT, Gen'l Agent, Salt Lake Main St., Salt Lake Cit! i! no ro o C lonx ffsreo t tl "! way, 31(3, Sil' 'tlit to e bat.