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The DiwPQteh e
PROVO CITY MARCH II 1891
PUBLISHED WEDNESDAYS AND
SATURDAYS
Entered at the Postoffice Provo Utah for
trinsinijeion through tho maUl ai Second
Class matter
JAMES H WALLIS Manager
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION
One year 250 Six months5150
Three mouths 100 I Single copy 5cts
Anj remittance on subscription at less than
the rates above given will bo credited for the
time for which tho amount pays and no longer
Give your poetofflco address in full Includ
ins county
Remit by t ipress money order draft post
ffico order postal not or in restored letter
at our risk
All communications should be addressed to
TI1K DlSlATCH Provo Utah
Gorreipondencc desired on all public ques
teens Rejected communications will not be
returned unless prepaid and especially re
quested Anonymous communications ill
lctheac
not bo noticed No exception to these rules
We will feel under obligations to subscriber
they will send In per postal card or other
wise any personal local items of interest
that may cone under their observation
SPRING HAS COME
True enough the early morning dew
yet glitters into our eyes with the
dodecahedron brilliancy of Amster
damcut diamonds true enough the
evening calls for the overcoats and
wraps to ward off tho sharpness of the
remnant of Winters Grasp true
enough a few flukes of desultory snow
now and then whirl about the bright
air to remind us of the niveous siege
we have just gone through but all in i
all Spring has come and is here to
stay till Summer in his fierce glory
supplants himto bo himself superseded
by multicolored Autumn with russet
tresses and golden locks
bprinjj has come The birds on the
trees twitter it merrily and the bird
on the bushes arc quivering with tin
hopeful spasms of promising gestation
The blocks arc tremulous by findin
then limpid level and the liveia 1 t
roaring down the craggy mountain
gulches with tho roar of Rider Hag
gards Three Lions
Even tho real ostnte man feels that
there is something like a soul in a
longneglected corner of his blue
papered and whitelined anatomy and
he rushes forth with an energy equal to
that of Samson when he tied firebrands
to the tails of Semite foxes and sent
disaster among the Philistines It is 1
not only that Hope springs eternal in
the human bieatt8 > spring hopes
also It hopes for new factories new
railroads big crops plenty of work at
good pay and general contentment
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f t OUR SIDEWALKS
The unpiecsdentedlj inclement
weather of the winter of 1S901891
to which we arc glad to bid farewell 1
after many disappointed hopes of a let
up in the storm squalls had as its
most disagreeable consequences grea t
damages to the streets and sidewalks
The long period of stoiros rendered a 11
rrnrk et improvement impossslile from
early in the season Good labor has
now been inaugurated in the principa
parts of town and the activity the i
part of the public authorities sec I
onded by the private individuals bid
fair to put Provo in the proudrank o i
leading communities in the matter of
thoroughfares as in all other respects
The forced suspension of the opera
tions made last fall has made thing
quite bad and the frequent rain storms
and heavy and repeated snow fall
have rendered tho streets and side
walks at times almost impasable for
days
daysNow
Now however that springs bland
smiles and Sols desiccating breath
are spread over the city the snow is
disappearing and the mud pools are
drying up and there will be a renewal
of the good work all over town es
pecially first in the business part of
the city Everything is favorable for
a vigorous resumption of last years
uufiuiseed labors in the prosecution
of which it is expected that our wide
awako citizens will not bo slack
neither slovenly
It is a matter devolving seriously
upon each and every one not only up
on this or that one The sidewalks
all over the city limits are to form one
uninterrupted solid network for the
I residents to and from all points the
more necessary in the view of the
thousands of strangers who will come
I to our town as tourists investors and
settlers
IF you are a kicker and see the
shadows of failure in everything that
is proposed to help the town for
heavens sake go into some secluded
canyon and kick your own shadow on
the clay bank and give the men who
are working to build up a town a
chance One long faced yelloweyed
whining carping chronic kicker can
do more to keep away business from a
town than all the droughts short crops
grasshoppers crickets cyclones and
blizzards combined
IT is not intellectual work that in
jures the brain but emotional excite
ment Most men can stand the sever
est thought and study of which their
brains are capable and be norso the
for it for i
worse neither thought nor
stuffy interferes with the recuperative
influence of sleep It is ambition an
xiety and disappointment the hopes
I and fears the loves and hates of our
lives that wear out our nervous system
and ndap or the balance of the brain
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BEAUTIFUL LITTLE PROVO
Throwing Ont Her Tow Lines and
Laying Hold Everything1
Good That Cornea
Along
We are glad to note with what per
sistency and vigor the beautiful little
city of Proyo is throwing out its tow
lines and laying hold of everything
good that comes along At the same
time there is no gush or froth over
what she is doing but the earnestness
and determination is there and one
of these days some of her most indif
ferent inhabitants will awaken to the
fact that from a country village Provo
has developed into a smart thrifty
metropolis and a railroad and manu
facturing center of no small import
ance To achieve this will require no
superhuman effort on the part of
Provo as she has a cornucopia of
nattnal advantages and resOUtces
Her location is excellent from a com
mercial point of view and not only is
she surrounded by a surprisingly rich
agiicultural country but she is on the
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path of the continental railroad lines
and is in the midst of a region abound
ing in great mineral wealth such as
gold and silver iron lend and copper
to say nothing of immense coal
deposits near at hand slate quarries
mineral paint and asphaltum Besides
all this the city boasts of an unlimited
water power which is now quite
largely utilized by several manufactur
ing enterprises
Add to these advantages a salubri
ous climate and superb scenery to
gether with a close proximity to the
great Utah Lake a magnificent body
of fresh water and our readers can
readily see to what extent this beau
tiful spot is blessed and endowed by
nature f
Up to tho present time however
Provo has leaped but comparatively
ittle benefit from tho mineral resour
es by which this city is surrounded
It has been content to live and pros
per as an agricultural town dependent
on the product of tho farm the or
chard and the stock ranch for growth
ind prosperity The money from our
mines was taken in exchacge for the
aroduct of the vdley but beyond this
lie city might as well have bee out
m the prairies of Kansas as far a the
mines are concerned Now however
as noted above a new ambition has
fired the hearts of her most active and 1
unteipripiug citizens and a new older
> f things is the law of the day Her
Chamber of Commerco has taken a i
new lease on lire and as a result a
railroad enterprise has been evolved 1
and has gained a foothold that
will revolutionize Iold style
customs and institutions i in
tt least two mining camps in Utah
En a word Provo proposes to build a i
line to Tintic and not only furnish 1
that wonderful region with the nee
essaiies of life but in return gin
them cheap transportation for their
Oran ana by uio luiicslUc build mam
moth smelters and reduction works
so that every pound of ore may be
treated at home and a great savin fi
be madefor the producer as well as fii
reasonable profit for the promoters of i
the enterprise
Nor is that all If this can be sue
cessfully consuniated as far as Tinti c
is concerned why not also extend iI
tine to Park City estimated to be the
greatest mining camp in the west and
also l compete for the same exchang
and the same pnviIeges and emolu
ments
In the above the Journal predict
tlisfutuie of our tsister city and if i
these enterprises are uot now on foot
uid under the care and management
of a number of her most enterprising
and conservative business men it will 1
not be long before they will be
Chicago S 0rt linE L
The Chicago
IWilwaillieB 1s h 1 St 1 Pall I
RAILWAY
Is the only lino running Solid Vcstibulcd
Steam heatel and lectrlo lighted Trains
Daily between CMctgn and Omaha
composed of MigiiJront Sleeping
Curd and
The Finest Dining Care in tlicAVorld
EVERYTHING FIRSTCLASS
Any further information as to Rates
of Pare etc will bo cheerfully furn
ished by ALEX MITCHELL
Commercial Agent
T F POW ELL
Traveling Agent
161 S Main Slrerb Silt Lake City
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UNDERTAKERS
Terytiiing Supplied is ffc t Oa srt takers Line
DIRE 3T1NG HJlTBRALS
IlIULIIi II 1n SfflPPJ nee 1 immu
TTe baro th only aTfr i WJ In ProTO
which will be ri1711
famfthdd on
re nbllJ term
Orders bj mail promptly attended to
r 73 IV Center St Provo City
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MARION MANOLA AND JACK MASON
She Is Hifta 3Ionld In America but Will
Marry Mason In England
It has been a long time since an actress
has received more free advertising in the I
same length of time than Marion Manola
has during the three or four months just
passed and yet she doesnt propose to tale
advantage it Instead of going upon the
stage again at once and reaping a harvest ot
shekels from her notoriety she proposes to
go abroad The fact that she is going
abroad to be married is the only excuse
which she can offer for such a wholly un
businesslike transaction
That she is already in the United States
the wife of a Mr Mould seems to han
no deterring effect on her present matri
monial intentions She wants to marry
handsome Jack Mason and handsome Jack
Mason wants to marry her and that end
it Mould or no Mould
Jack Mason was until a short time ago
the idolized of all Boston Idols Ho was
the comedian of the Mn eum company
and Boston could better ccct along without
beans than without its Museum company
Jack says he resigned from the company
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JACK AND LOWELL MASON
so that he mighttake a much needed rest
and it is now announced that nothin
could possibly be so restful to him as going
to Europe and marrying Marion Manola
Mould So he will probably sail with
his brother Lowell and the brideelect
There Is really one drawback to this
plan and that is the performance of a hor
rid Boston tailor Jack and his brother
entered into a kind of silent partnership
with this tailor some time ago and now
as the concern did not make money Jack
and Lowell have been called upon to settle
up certain accounts The case is so com
plicated and the different parties to it
have such wholly different ways of looking
at it that it is quito as impossible to get at
the rights and wrongs of it as it is to get
at the rights and wrongs of the suit which
Mrs Mould beg pardon Miss Manola is
bringing against the theatrical firm of
Locke Davis for 850 salary and dress
makers bills
It will be remembered that Mrs Manola
Mould sang during the summer the part
of Prince Bui Hal In De Wolf Hoppers
opera Castles in the Air which is own d
by Locke Davis Well she asked fu
two days leave of absence and got It She
took the two days and by a singular pro
cess stretched thorn out into two weeks
which it is said she passed on Jack Mason
yacht This disconcerted Messrs Locke
Davis and the trouble began
Another striking featureof Mrs Manola
MouldSoonto beMasons career with the
Castles in the Air company deals wholly
with a flash light photograph It seem
that the managers of the company wanted
to have photographs of its members taken
in costume for advertising purposes bu
Marions costume was such a very little
costume and she objected
She has a little daughter whose name is i
Mould and she didnt want that little
daughter to see photographs of her mother
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MARIOH MAKOLA
In tights in the shop windows as she went
to school But the managers of the com
pany had her photographed by flash light
during a performance and got the picture
despite fair Marions protests This caused
lots of trouble
It may be well to mention that there are
two divorce suits somewhere on tho calen
dar now in which Marion is more or less
interested One is brought by her agAinst
Mr Mould and tho other is brought by
Mr Mould against her An interesting
question is What would be her name if i
both suits were granted and she afterward
married Jack Mason
Queer English Methods In Ireland
Lightning photography has played some
clever tricks on tho British mIcro in Ire
land Policemen spies and informers have
been taken In the act as It were and
the result is some very amusing pictures
Among tho many two of the most amus
Ing represent the Rev David Humphreys
a Catholic priest of Tipperary shadowed
by two military cops
When the priest enters n house the
cops wait patiently at the door and ret
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SHADOWING FATHER nu > rarE7s
join him when he resumes hiss Vrnlk The
idea of the Authorities sr 5 63 a that
they can thus find era jfus that
Father Hnmplireys h c > wiping with
other nationalists to jet tko Tlpporary ten
ants to not pay their rents but surely the
net ia spread ia vain in the eight of nnT
tird aspecb ill o nld o bird as 2Tathe
4uwplirgys
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Bollardn Snow Linizaoni
This invMnable remedy is one that ought to be it
every household It will cure your Rheumatism
itiraffia Sprains Cuts Bruises Burns Frosted
eetand Ears Sort Throat and SorChest If you
have Lame Baci it will cure it It penetrate to the
scat of the disease It will cure Stiff Joints and contracted
tracted muscles after all other remedies have failed
host who have been cripples for yrs have used
Ballard Snov Linimint and thrown away thir
ratchet and been able to walk as well as ever If
will curtj > 0u Price30ctittt
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Dont Send to the East
Say dont send to the States for
onion seed and pay a big price for un
reliable seed but get pure and new
seed of my own raising which I can
guarantee as 1 planted over forty
bushels of selected pure yellow Danver
onions on my seed farm from which I
raised a choico lot of seed which I
will sell to you at 8125 per pound
Little Gem and other peas at 15
cenls per quart and all other seeds in
proportion 1 have a large lot of
sugar beet seed that 1 can recommend
also fine lawn grass seed and i have
the best cabbage seed true to name
at 15 cents per ounce caulifloor seed
at 10 cents per package 1 haTe also
the best and earliest potato in the
Territory Thornburns extra early
I have reduced the price from S I to
50 cents per peak I have the greatest
variety of vegetable and flower seed
in Provo You Trill find me down in
the basement opposite the Meeting
House between the Banks no con
nection with next door therefore if i
you want puce and reliable garden
seeds come down 12 steps and get
them from C 12s
tm11 in the basement
Ell LUND
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ATRCKITECT ANn nnJILDER >
Office No 30 Centre street Provo
LAs AND BlECIFlCATINS OF AIL
PLAXS
Clas es of Buildings Prepare and i
Gens al Supervision of Buildings
Pictnreisquo SEomcca t Specialty
E0 W SHORES M D
GEO
Physician and Surgeon
Prove City Utah
IHSlMMOKS M DF D IJirKFOKD MD
SIMMONS BICKFORD
Physicians and Surgeons
Rooms No Excelsior Uloclr
PROVO UTAH
FORGE SUTHERLAND
GEORGE
AttorneyatLaw
Bank lluidlnjj
PROVO UTAH
G SUTHERLAND
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AttorneyatLaw
Office In Gules Iv Snow Building Opposite
Courthouse
PROVO UTAH
J E BOOTH EA WHSOK
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AttorneysatLaw
and Lund Office Agcnti
No 33 North J Street
PROVO UTAH
WILLIAM H KING I D D HOUTZ
KING HOUTZ
Attorneysatlaw
Rooms 5 and 7 First National Bank
Building
PROVO UTAH
E E DUDLEY
Attorneyatlaw
Room 0 Bank Building
PROVO UTAH
M M KELLOGG
AttorneyatLaw
Provo City Utah
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LEADING PHOTOGRAPHER OF PROVO 1
21 N J ST PHOTO UTAH
SAM JEPPERSON
Landscape and Sign Palmer
PROVO UTAH
Corner F and 4th Streets
Taylor Brothers fjn
Garry Uio Finest mid
iorrrost Twines of
Furnitue
Carpets 9
Wall Paper
And all kinds ef
f upiaal Good
PROVO UTAH
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Bedroor r t Suites 22QQ and upwards J
Parlor Suites and Upholstery at Bargains
5 BabyCarriages Lace Curtains Portiers RacksEtc
PRICES TO SUIT ETERYONE
OPPOSlTE COURT HOUSE
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WHOLESALE AXI > Rf TilL
DEALERS IN Un BER 7 SASH DOORS BLINDS
AND ALL KINDS OF BUILDING MATERIAL
The Le di 7 o rac srs iss ihi cH ii All t > hJdS 01 ILL WO t J 6
elosje osj shark iJoHce
W R H PAXMANJuperintondeht I i
Yard and Office Opposite Rallreai Depot Prop Bity Utah
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ARCHITECT
SALT LAKE AUJ pho oA
Hooper 6 EMiidge Bldg Salt Lake
Asylum Building Provo CIty
R C W AIIiHi3
Provo Shamblls
Four Doors East of J ice
TIM SCOTTOIRN
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Wa Dan9t SU Meat
That will make your mouth ache
chewing it but keep constantly
on hand the juciest kind of
BEEF MUTTON
PORK SAUSAGE
Come and see for yourselves
Fred Kimber Butcher
s P Tayorj
Boot AND Shoe Maker
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REPAIRING NEATLY DONE
WITH DESPATCH
Opposite R S Hines Drug Store
67 W CENTSE J4TTEET
Hrovo sTJlali
N 9 ElSEN TAYLOR
Have the largest and
best lines in town of
Watches and Jewelry
Clocks Silverware Opera Glasses
Spectacles and all kinds of
OFTIOAL GOODS
HEADQUARTERS IN OUR LINE
Half Block West of FactorJ Race Center St
T Jj f s DANIELS E I ulL ID
Electrical Engineer
KEEPS ON HAND
ELECTRIC BELLS
BELLSANNUNCIATORS
BURGLAR AND FIRE ALARMS
INCANDESCENT WIRING
And all other Electrical Supplies
Cities anticipating putting in Elec
tric Light Plant will do well to con
sult me
THE DORESTllC
SEWING MACHINE
fi TheSer Tin lead r All 1
1 lb PRA7T
AGJE Jr
Provo Utah
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18UN l 1 FOUNDRY fl A MACHlt E SHOP
J INCORPORATED
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I Manufacturers of Steam Engines Boilers Pumps Brass and Iron
Castings Castings for Store Fronts Iron Work for
Jails Bridges and Buildings
Wrought and Cast Iron
Fencing Boiler Repairing
a specialty
All kinds of PLUMBING GAS and STEAM FITTING attendee 1u
Manufacturers and dealers in Stem Heaters for public and
private build
ings Deve
Deveys Patent Tubular Iron Wheelbarrows for Miners
Cash paid for old Cast Iron and Fartrs
Half block west of West Cop p o Box 1 78
C D MOORE SupQrlntendGnt
Agents for Leffel Steam Engines and WaterWheels
Union Pacific System
MOUNTAIN DIVISION
NEW TIME CARD IN
EFFECT NOVEMBER
30
1890
The only line running Through Pullman
Car
Service between Salt Lake
Missouri River Chicago and St Louis T
PASSENGER TRAINS LEAVE
P M A at
Juab 200 and 500 Provo P X A tP
N 430 and 745
Nephi 235
535 Lake View
445 r w
Mona H 7g
268
558 Pleasant Grove H
458
Santaquint BIt
Santaquin 330 628 American Fork
509 6 20
Payson 345 tt 64 Lehi
Spanish Pork It 518
404 700
i Arriving at l 700 1uIJQ
3pringville 414 710 Salt Lake City f
Trains leave Salt Lake at 71U am and 400
p m leavin
leaving Prove
H30 a m and 635 m Trains leave at
p Salt Lake for
Ogden at 810
200 330 800 a m and
p m C F RESSEGUIE Gen btana
S W ECCLES Gen Freight and Pass A g t Salt Lake CIty Manager
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HENRY WAGENER
O aliforixia Erevvery
EMIGRATION CANYON
LAGER EEJEb3
Bottled Beer a Specialty Aj jC70LE5 D H EMAIL tr
Office aId pepot5 J7 ilid 19 Ear 2d SOb h S
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
iiiiis S ME t Nark t
Two doors west of Dunn Co
Beef Mutton
Fork Veal
Sausage Meat
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MeatLard
Lard Etc
CASH PAID FOR FAT CALVES
etter Aloxan ar
CONTRACTORS
AND BUiLDER
FIFTH STREET Between I and J
PROVO UTAH
All kinds of contract work done to
order
Estimates given on oil kinds of work
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