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LOUK OUT FOR OUR STUCKTAKiNO
SALE
IARRER 8108 CO
Announce the Following Prices
For Cash
Nuts of all kinds 20c per lb I Currants 41bs for 25c f
Peanuts 5cperlbl I Seedless Raisins 12ic per Ib
Stick candy lie per lb ljruneff 12ic per Ib
Mixedlcaifdy 15c per Ib Dates 12fc per lb
Orange Citron and Lemon I Crackers at Factory Prices
Peel 20c per Ib Salmon Canned for 12tc
3 Crown Raisins 4Ibs for 25c I
WilH Mee4 aU Figures oj FoUr
CM Figures on Shoes Underwear
< j >
arrd Dry Good
Call and See us We Guarantee Satisfaction
OWTHE WING
i ROM 100 up received on savings
II
deposits
J R TWELVES Cashier
BUY your goods of Eggertsen and
save 25 per cent II
TRADE with Eggertsen and get 100s
worth of goods for 75 cents
FJIESH oysters bjr the can or in bulk
at B F Fleinera in the Southwortb
block
SHORT order mealS and fresh oysters
aspecialty at B F Flelnets ill the
Southworth block II
FOR your Xmas wines and liquors
andithe l ceebratedA B C beer call
aLthe Eureka saloon Henry Harrison
Proprietor II
I Go to BL F Fleinera restaurant in
Southworth block if you want a
good 5cts meal Restuarant open un
tU1230fp
SOUP FOR THE POOR
A New Chicago Charity Which Sarrog
Meals at a Cent Each
It has been deemed advisable by chari
tably inclined men and women of Chica
go to lend assistance to the poorer classes
by establishing what is termed a soup
kitchen in that part of town where char
ity of this sort seems to be most needed
That something of the kind was neces
sary is shown by the hundreds of men
womonrandicailflren who flock to the lit
tle dsrlrframo house 615 South Canal
street and each day buy a ticket for a
cent each and then fall into lino and wait
for hours for a chance to exchange the
ticket for a bowl of soup and a piece of
dry bread
The first days attendance was nearly
400 which increased steadily until now
over 600 men women and children pur
cHase tickets and call for soup and bread
daily The house is in the poorer quar
ter of the Jewish settlement and is in
tended for destitute Jews The Chris
tian is not barred however and fully 10
per cent of those who callfor soup are
not Jews The room is 20 by 40 feet
with three rows of lunch counters in the
center To the rear an English cook
whose training has been in the soup
kitchens of London prepares the soup
The charitable work is done by nearly
800 south and west side Jewish women
The distribution of tickets takes place
between 11 and 2 oclock each day The
waiters are membersOf the well to do
Jewish families youngwomen and girls
10 at a time and serving different days
Being a Jewish charity the mealmsed
must necessarily be purchased from the
Jewish meat markets The big packers
have offered supply the meat but the
Jew wants nothing but the Kosher meat
This1 compels a payment of 5 cents a
j pound for tho 150 pounds used daily
The vegetables and breadstuffs have so
far been donated The cost of feeding
cachperson is roughly estimated to be
between 8 and 4 cents From 150 to 200
persons can be acccmmodated in the
room at one time The soup as of dif
ferent kinds being changed each day
and is said to be as palatable and whole
some as that served down town for 10
and 15 centsa bowl Bean tomato bajy
ley rice an vegetable soup are serV d
on different days A piece of meat isfu
eachtbowl and large plates of white and
rye bread are on the tables at all times
during meal hoursChicago Tribune
STILL ON EARTH
I Chicago Girl Who Expected to Be Trans
lated to Heaven Sorely Disappointed
A Chicagocorrespondentsays Thirty
five girls were grievously disappointed
on Sunday For nine weeks they had
fondly expected to be translated from I
earth to heaven in a body but the as
cent did not come off according to ex
pectations The event was to have taken
p1ac on Sunday from Hyde park
Atl5487 Madison avenue there stands
a little church the pastor which the
Rev O A Larson He is a Swede and
the small congregation is made upof that
nationality Swedish servantgirlS pre
dominating
Themembers of the congregation call
themselves the Childrenof God Itis
in this church that for the pist nine
weeks a small company of fanatics have
almost literally prayed without ceas
I ing
According the peculiar doctrines of
this church its members are thetjhoseri
j people of God and Sunday was fixed
I upon as the millennium for it was the I
day on which they were to leave the
world and pass to eternal felicity
Accordingly the members of the con
gregation prepared themselves the
great event On Sunday morningearly
35 Swedish girls assembled in Parson
Larsons church for the expected ascent
They knew not the hour but they were
certain the event was to occur and they
waited patiently and reverently for it
All day long and far into tho night
they sat in prayer waiting to be called
awayj but the call never came Tired
out at last they left the church disap
pointed company but still firm in the
faith that they would yot be called to
heaven at no distant day
a
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VlaOK MEN
Easily Quickly
Permanently Restored
WEAKNESS
f
NERVOUSNESS
DEBILITY
and all the train of arils
from early errors or latcf I
excesses the results of
overwork sickness
vrorryctc FullEtrengtb
eo 8n nt
derelopment and tono
given to every organ and
Simple portion naturalmethods of tho body
Immediate improrenicnt
seen Fuure impossible
2000 references Book
explanation and proofs
mAIled scaled tree
ERIE MEDICAL CO
Ti
BUFFALO NY
SAVE your fences and try some of
Bravo City Lumber companys tele
phone No 31 kindling wood Also
pitch pine dry wood cut to order for
any size fire place or stove
Germs In Milk
Those fortunate people who have their
own cow have an extra care laid upon
them by their possession Their milli1
cans must be kept in an absolutely
feet condition
They should be washed scalded and
wiped perfectly dry after using Then
they must be set out in the sun for 12
hours or if thatiS impossible put before
the fire Just before > they afe used again
ttiey should be washed scalded and
dried again There is nothing in which
germs developso rapidly as inmilk and
extra care Is rfecessary tarmakesnre
the utensil contauf nO germs New
York World
A Sound Liver Manes a Well Man
Are you bilious constipated or
troubled with jaundice sick headache
band taste in mouth foul breath
coated tongue dyspespsiat f indigestion
hot dry skin pain in back and between
the shoulders chills andfever etc 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 Herbine
will cure any disorder of the liver
3tomach or bowels It foamo equal as
a liver medicine Price 75 cents
SHOOT DRUG Co Agents
Tattooed Royalty
The Grand Duke Alexis right arm is
adorned with a dragon which covers it
almost entirely from the wrist to the
elbow The new Duke of SaxeCoburg
Gotha is tattooed much the same way
while the Duke of York has a couple of
crossed flags upon his forearm King
George of Greece his second son and his I
nephew the czarowitz are each of them
tattooed Besides these there are among
the tattooed princes Queen Marguerite
of Italys brother the Duke of Genoa7
Archduke Stephen of Austria and Prince
Henry of Prussia brother of Emperor
William
Princess Waldemar of Denmark wife
of the Bailorson of King Christian has a
beautiful and a crown tattooed on
her arm halfway between her shoulder
and her elbow and which of course is
cbnspicuous w1ieI eer she wears low
dress Her husband likewise has naval
ethbl ms tattooed on his armband so
too has King Oscar of Sweden who
served for many years in the navy before
ascending the throne His sons have
followed his example Boston Herald
A High Liver
Usually has a bad liver He is bilious I
constipated has indigestion and dy
spepsia If there is organic tronble
a few doses of Parks Sure Cure will
tone him up Parks Sure Cureis the
only liverand kidney cure we sell on a
positive guarantee Price ShOO Sold
by Smoot Drue Co
Good News to Farmers
I am now prepared to take applica
tions for five year loans on improved
farms at ten per cent per annum
SAMUEL CORNABY
Local agent for the Middlesex
Banking company Office one block
east of Coop store Spanish Fork
Utah
Notice to the Public
We have formal instructions to sa >
that theMiddlesex Banking company
are prepared to make five year farm
loans at 10 per cent interest Borrower
to pay agents commission
Loans to commence onand aftenthe
1st of November 1893 This is one of the
old line companies that has fltoodtlfc
financial depression and is indicative
of better times returning We ar8lnowr
prepared to take applications
HAVERCAMP Co
Local Agents
Low Rates
are still in effect to eastern points via
ke Rio Grande Western railroad
Remember the Rio Grande Western is
noted for the elegance of its equipment
its new coaches its free chair cars its
tourist or colonist sleepers and its new
and artiEticPullmanr Double Drawing
Room Palace Sleeping cars which run
through Chicago without chance
Speed Safety and Comfort is its
well earned motto Two main line
fast express to the east daily
p
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SHERIFFS SALE
Pursuant to an order of sale to me
directed by the district court of the
First Judicial district of the Territory
of Utah I shall expose at public sale
at the front door of the county court
house in the city of Provo county of
Utah and Territory of Utah on the
17th day of January A D 1894 at 12
oclockM the following described real
estate towit The land and premises
directed to be sold by this decree are
situated lieing and being in the county
of Utah and Territory of Utah and
bounded and particularly described as
follows to wit
All of that certain piece or parcel of
land situated in Utah county and Utah
territory bounded and described as
follows Commencing at the south
east corner of the north half of the
southeast quarter of section 13 town
ship 6 south of range 2 east Salt Lake
meridian thence west 2250 chains
thence north 77 degrees east 4033
chains thence east 1850 chains thence
south 40 06 chain3 to the place of be
ginning Area eighty acres Together
with all and singular the tenements
hereditaments and there
unto belonging or in anywise apper
taining
To be sold as the property of J R
Boshard and J E Boshum his Wife
and J E Bodth and D 1 Booth his
wife and T II Cluff at the suit of
the First National Bank of Provo a
corporation
Terms of sale cash
JOHN A BROWN
Sheriff of Utah County
Dated at Provo city Utah county
December 281393
King Houtz attorneys for plaintiff
TTiSTRAY NOTICE I have m IDF possession
LI the following described animal im
pounded as estray or for trespass
One sorrel marc about 5 years old smal
ivhite potin forehead slit In point of left ear
branded on right shoulder
rnmdod bondOlll
If damage and costs on sum uulmal be not
paid within 10 days from the date of this
notice it will bo sold to the highest cash bid
der at the Provo city estray pound at 2 oclock
p m on the 15th day January 1894
Dated at Provo city Utah county territory
of Utah this 5th day of January 1891
L SGLAZIBU
Poundkeeoorof BRH City
TJISTItAY NOTICE have in my possession
E the follow described animal impound
ed as estray or for trespass
One black swat a years old some white
on neck swallow fork in left ear branded Z
g Ich
on right I hip
If damage and costs on said animal be not
paid within 9 days from date of this notice
it will be sold to the higlicst cash bl dl > r
at Payson estray pound at2 ocloclr on the
15tltdar of January 1894
Datodi at Parson city Utah county terri
tory of Utfth this 30th day of Dec 1893
JAMLS KKUSE
Poundkeenor of paid Gitv
TSTItXY NOT1CK 1 navom possession
the fallowing described nnimaL Impound
ed as estrny or for trespass
Ono dark red steer 4 years old swallow fork
and under slope In loft ear no brands visi
ble If damage and costs on said animal bo not
paid within ten days from ate of this
notice it will be sold to the highest cash
bidder at the Spiingvillo estray pound at
2 oclock p m on tho 11th day of January
1894 Dated atSpnngvillo city Utab county ter
ritory or Dtahthis JSt day of January 1893
K L BIHD
Ponndfceeper of said city
TJROnaTK IsOTICE IN THE PROBATE
IJ1t Court in and for Utah County Territory
of Utah In the matter the estate of Wil
liam H Winn deceased
Order appointing timeand place for settle
taentfof final account and to hear petition for
distribution
On reading and filing the petition Martha
Winn administratrix of the estate ot William
H Inn deceased setting forth that she has
died her final account of her administration
upon said estate in this court that all
thettobtE of paid estttf lim o been fully paid
and that a portion of said estate remains
lobe divided among the heirs of taid deceased
and praying among other things for an order
allowIng said final account and of distribution
of the residue said estate among the per
sons entitled
Itis Ordered that all persons Interested in the
estate of the said William H Winu deceased
be and appear before tho probate court of tho
county ot Utah at the courtroom of said
conrt In the county courthouse on the Oth
day of February 1894 at oclock a m
tten and there to show cause why an order al
lowing ai < J final accountand of < distribution
ehauld not TJO mad6 Ot tlrtr resldncof said es
tate among the heirs and devises of the said
William H WInu deceased according 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 be
published in Tnt DisfiAJCu a newspaper
printed and circulated in Utah county four
weeks successiyely prior to said 5th day of
February 1894
J D JONFS
Probate Judge
Dated January 28 1894
TEUKITOIIYOF UTAH 1
COUNTY OF UTAH f ss
I V L Halliday clerk ofthe prybat cQurt
in and for Utah county territorY ol Utah
hereby certify that the foregoing is a full
true and correct copy of the original order ap
pointing time and place for settlement of final
account and to hear petition for distribution
of the estate Of William H Winn deceased
and now on file and of record in my office
Witness my hand and the seal of said court at
my ofhco in Provo city this 8th
LSEAr day of January A Dll94
V L HALLIDAY
Clerk thTmrtmta court Utah county U T
SHERIFFS SALE
Pursuant an execution to me di
rected by the First Judicial District i
Court of the Territoryof Utah I shall
expose at public sale at the front door
of the County courthouse in the City of
Provo County of Utah and Territory
of Utah on the 25tn day of January
A D 1894tat the hour of 12 oclock M
all the right title claim and interest
of Albert F Whipple of in and to
the following described real estate to
witSituate lying and being in section
13 Vpli S It 2EProvo City Coun
ty of Utah and Territory ot Utah
Confmencing at the southwest corner
of thenorth half of the southeast quar
ter of section thirteen 13 in township
six 6 south of range two 2 east
Salt Lake merrdiarr Utah County
Utah Territory thence north twenty
2000 chains thence east 2000
chains thence south 7i deg west2016
chains thence west 1860 chains to
the place of beginning containing
an area of tblltys v n and one half
acres
To be sold as the property of Albert
F Whipple at thesuit of Nathaniel
Williams said judgment assigned to
Consolidated Implement Co March
31 1891 to recover the sum of 71437
and interest at the rate of 8 per cent
per annUll from the 7th d yoft March
1891 and the sum of 3945 costs of suit
and 250 accruing costs and the costs
of this Salei
Terms of salecaslr
Dated this 3d day of January 1894
JOHN A BROWN
Sheriff Utah County
King Houtz attorneys for plaintiff
STJMMbNS In the Justices Courr ofXake
SUM1r precinct Utah county Utah Terri
tory Before J C Nielsen Justice of thb
Peace George C Soottjr plaintiff VS John
Doo defendant
To John Doe whose name Is otherwise un
known defendant You arc hereby requested
to appear before this court on the 16th daV of
January A D 1891 at2 oclock p m of said
day toanswer a complaint filed against you
wherein said plaintiff claims tho soul of S3 00
damages caused by your animal trespassing
on his premises at Lake View Said animal
Is described as Jollows
Ono dark red heltoi > two years old past
horns hanging straight down white under
bellY and white soot running 10 I each Hank
and white atrip running lengthwise each side
under hit in right ear no brands visible
And you are hereby notified that if you fail
to appear rand answer said complaint at the
time and place aforesaid judgment will be
taken against you for 83 00 the amount of said
damage the cost of keeping Bald animal land
too costs of this suit
J C NIELSEN
Justice of tho Peace
Dato4 thig 6th day of January A D 1S84
Piiiiii K
UTARSHALS B A LE Pursuant to an order
MA of sale to rre directed by the District
G Ju t of tli viral Judicial Iistlct I of iho Ter
ritory of Dtan I hall exnose at public sale
attheCountycourthouseln the city ol Provo
county of Utah and Terrlt of Utah on
the 17th day nt Jam ary 1814 at ISoclock M
all the right title clRim ahd interest of John
Paula and Hannah Dallin his wife George
Scott and company a corporation The Kcclea
Lumber Company a corpration and Ann
Shanfer detendantsof in and to the follow
ing tscribd ral estate situate lying and
being in neasantGrov precinct Utah coun
ty and described follows towit
Beginning 025 chains north from the center
section six 6 township tlx 6 south of
range two 2 east of the Salt Lake meridian
thence running porth Hre chains thence east
H40 < hains thence south 1192 chains thence
west 8 40 chains to the place or beginning
containing areaot ten 10 cres together
with all the buildings anal Improvements
thereunto thereon erected liolongingsituated and other in appurtenances Utah county
Utah Territory
To be sold as the property of John Dallln
and Hannah Dallin his wife GeorgeM Scott
and company corporation theEcclc Lum
ber company a corporation and Ann Schafer
defendants at the suit of J F Halladay
plaintiff
Terms of sale cash
NAT M BRIG1IAM U S Jlarshal
By THOMAS VOWLER Deputy Marshal
Dated December 2618V3
Evans Kogers attorneys for plaintiff
LEGAL NOTICE IN THE PROBATE
JU Court and for Utah county territory
of Utah
In the matter of the estate of Benjamin
M Roberts deceased
Order for notice of application
On readingand filing the petition of Benja I
min M KoboitsJr and others praying lor
partition of the real estate of the estatolof
Benjamin SI Roberts deceased
It is ordered that Saturday theSJst day of
January A D 1PS > 4 at 10 oclock a m of
that day at the office of tho probate judge at
the courthouse in Provo city UtaIr county
Utah Territory he appointed hearing said
petition and that the clerk give notice there
of by causing notices to be uost d up accord
Ing to law and publishing a copy of thisordor
for four weeks ouccesgiOly prior to the 20th
day of January IfalM in TIIE Di PATCH
JD JONP
Probato Judge
Dated December 22nd 1893
TKRitiTOitr OF UTAH j
COUNTY OF UTAH f88
IrL Halliday clerk of the probatt court
in and for Utah county IVrntoryorUtah
hereby certily that the foregoing is a full
true and correct copy of the original order
appointingtime to hear application for par
tit ion of the estate of Henjamm Boberts
deceased and nowon file and ofrecord in my
office
Witness mv hand and the sealof said court
atmy oflice in Provo city this 22nd
sEAr day of December A D 1893
V L IiATrinAY
Probatcriprk Utah County XTT
THE lENVa R
AND
Rio Gran a Railroad
S EUIG LDffi OF THE WORL
Theonly line l running twtf through 1
ast trains daily to
ASPEN
LEA1VTJJLE
COLORADO
PUEBLO DENVER
Effective November 19 1893
Train Na 2 leaves Ogden 700 a m
Salt liake 805 a m Arrive atr Pueblo
550V m Colorado SpringS720 a m
D nver 940 a m
Train flo leaves Ogden 820 a m
Salt Lake 925 p m Arrive at Pueblo
730ji in Colorado Springs 907 p m
Denver 11 30p m
Connection 3 made at Pueblo Colo
rado Springs and Denver with all lines
east Elegant day Coaches chair cars
and Pullman sleepers on all trains
Take theD v R fy and have acom
fortabltt train andienfay the Bnesfrscen
ery on continent
A S HUGHES Traffic Manager Denver Col
B F KEVINS GA 58 W Second South
Salt Lako City Utah
SK HOOBER Gi P T A Denver Col
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LEAVE PROVO
No 2 For Castilla Grand Junction
and points East 924 a m
No4 For Grand Junction and
points East OWpm
No 6 For Eureka Sprlngvlllo This
tle and SaUna 545 pm
No1 For Salt LakeOgdenAmFork
Lehi and the Went 1105 a m
No 3 For Salt Lake ogden Ameri
can Fork and Lohl and tho
West 10lGpm
No 6 For American Fork LehlBlnjr
ham June Salt Lake 4JMpiitt
ARRIVE AT PROVO
No1 From Euroka Grand Junction
midpoints East 1105arm
No 3 From Grand JunctloffCaatllla
and points East 10I6p m
No 5 From Salina Manti Thistle
Castilla and Sprlngvllle 424 p m
No From Salt Lake Ogden Am
Forkand the West 924 a m
No4 From t Lake Ogden and
the West 1031 pm
No6 From Salt Lake LoW
and American Fork 54pni
No change of cars safety speed and com
fort
fortThrough
Through Sleeping cars to Chicago and San
Francisco without change
C R ALEY Ticket Agt Provo
xAs GAK 4
AT THE
California Bakery
Laurence Johnson Go
ALL KINDS OF
BREAD CAKES PIES ETC
Delivered to all parts of the city
Osterlohs old stand Opposite Opera House
Provo Utah
THE
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Keeps Constantly on Hand all
Kinds of
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Cured Hams
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Prop
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Time Table In Effect Nov 26 1893 n
SOUTH J Subject to change with I NORTH
out notIce
No I No2
Leys Daily STATIONS Ar DaUj
145 a m Ogden 740 pm
800 Salt Lake 6 10
900 u Lehi Junction 510 u
903 cc Lehi 507 u
909 AmericanFork501 U t
915 U PleasantGrove455
927 Lake View 443
940 Provo 430 +
949 U Springville 421 U
956 Spanish Fork414
1003 Benjamin 407
1012 Payson 3 58
1O2L Santa uin 349
1110 SantaSuin 300 U
457 lIoron 125
535 H Ephraim 1250 h
600 Manti 1225
1145 Juab 225
Arrive Daily Leave I Dally
1210 p m Juab 225p m
Milford 605Dept
810 p m
1000 p m Frisco 430 am
Trains South of Juab run daily except Sunday
Trains Leaye Salt Lake for Ogden daily at 700 m930 am 245 700pm
Trains leave Ogden for Salt Lake daIly at 145am OOam 325pm 616pm
Logan Train leaves Provo at 430 p m Salt Lake 245pm at Log n 640 pm
Service between Provo and Eureka leave Provo 430 p m arrive Eureka
1150 a m leaveEureka 220 p m and arrive Provo 940 a m
Trains for terminus and Tooele run daily except Sunday leaving Salt Lake at
745 a m
Remember the Union Pacific is the best line for New Mexico and Arizona
Before buying Through Thickets pet our figures w
For further information as to rates maps etc write to your near atUnl n
Pacific ticket agent
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