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0 PROVO OITY UTAH FRIDAY JANUARY 19 894 PRICE FIVE CENTS A COPY
No 56Vol 3
BON ISSUEI
To be Sold in Small Lots
Throughout the Country
CARLISLE IS CRITICISED
No Party In Time of Peace Can Success
fully Urge Before the People the In
crease of the National DebtQueen Lll
Will bo Aisassinatedlf Restored
WASHINGTON Jan ISNow that
Secretary Carlisle has taken action on
the bond question there is a feeling of
relief among the treasury officials who
have deea viewing with uneasiness the
invading of the gold reserve Tire
printing will be pushed rapidly The
bonds can hardly be ready for delivery
before February 1 Tuey will bear in
terest from that time
Among the large crowd of callers on
Carlisle today was a New Yorker who
had come to announce personally that
he was willing to take the whole 50
000000 in bonds A request for his
name was refused The aggregate
amount of offers received before the
circular was issued was 50 OOOCOO All
offers so far made have come from per I
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sons and firms in New York city One
offer to take 100000 at 118 has been
received It was announced tonight
that Secetary Carlisle would not make
public the names of persons offering
to take tne bonds the amount sub
scribed for or the figure offered them
To make public figures would
give late bidders an opportunity to
off better terms than those offered by
the earlier bidders It is said unof
ficially that the 50000000 > offer was a
minimum premium of 117223 There
is said to be no likelihood of the ac
ceptance of this or any similar offer as
it is the secretarys desire to make
the loan a popular one to which the
public generally may subscribe On
this theory it is propose to encourage
offers for small lots from all sections
of the country rather than to have the
entire loan taken by a few dealers in
large blocks The idea naturally in
cludes the hope that small denomina
tions will bb taken in preference to the
ones This would involve the
larger
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issue of a great many more bonds
io believed from orders already re
ceived that the total offerings will aggregate
that
gregate nearly 3200000000 and
the price wilt reach 120 making tbe
bonds practically bear but 2K per cent
Leading members of the house judi
ciary committee are disposed to criti
cise the secretarys action in view of
the fact that the senate has before it
a resolution designed to prevent the is
sue of bonds
Holman takes a decided position
against the bond issue It is abso
lutely certain sail he that this
government get along without a
I dollar increase of the bonded indebted
ness It can be done by reducing the I
expenditures and by additional reve
nue derived from the pending tariff
bill In my opinion no party in time
of can successfully urge before
peace
national
the people the increase of the
debt and the bonded indebtedness
ML MAY BE ASSASSINATED
The Hawaiian minister at Washing
ton Lorin A Thurston says the mem
bers of the government are not alarmed
at the threat of Lilioukalani as she is
powerless and her talk is treated as the
Her
utterance of an angry woman
threats however lost her the allegi
ance of many loyal men who denounce
the queen for rejecting the proposition
to grant amnesty in case she is re
bored She cannot be restored except
by force and there is little probability
of that The talk of her securing an
army in Canada Js treated as a good
joke I know nothing ol a protector
ate being established The present
goyernment is amply able to take care
of the state I dont anticipate any
trouble with the United States The
annexation question is lost sight of in
the restoration policy but it will come
upagaln in the islands The feeling
is as strong as ever in favor of annex
it
the natives
ation i in fact among
is growing I go direct to Washington
he
official position
ton to resume my
said William Wxterhouse of Cedar Rap
I ids Iowa brother of Henry Water
house of the provisional government
I who returned from Honolulu with Min
ister Thurston talked freely on the
situation in the islands at the time of
his ueparture and according to Water
house the spirit of the provisional
government is one of defiance to the
United States in particular and to all
governments in general
He further says if any attempt had
been made to restore the queen she
would have been assassinated This
fate he said awaits her and she
knows it though it has not been given
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official rtcognition
ONLY A MILLION DOLLARS I
Charged up to TJtah Col Morrits Ap
pointment is Confirmed
WASBINGION D C Jan 18Mr
Rawlins went to the department of
justice this morning to inquire into the
charges that had been made against
Utah by United Slates officials and
found that the appropriations made by
congress to run the courts and the I
marshals office had been charged up
against the territory for a number
of years amounting to about 1000 I
000 all of which ia clearly wrong
and he so informed the attornevRen
cral I The matter ia being carefully
investigated and the secretary of the
treasury will soon make a report to
congress
llawlins hill for the admission of
Utah provides against these old claims
being held against Utah
The senate territories committee will
hold a meeting on Saturday to con
sider the statehood bill The situation
is very encouracing
The bill of Mr Rawlins in regard to
extending the limit of Salt Lakes in
debtedness which passed the house
yest day will soon be disposed of in
the senate
YASHINGTON Jan ISThe senate
in executive session today made public
the tejction of lion AV B Horn
blower to be associate justice of the
supreme court of the United States
and J Scott Harrison to be surveyor
of customs atjjKansas City Missouri
and also the following confirmations
S A Meirit chief justice of the su
preme court of the territory of Utah
A C Curtin associate justice of the
supreme court of Oklahoma
Receivers of public moneys Frank
Mills Evanston Wyoming Frank
Harris at Salt Lake city Utah Henry
Blackman collector of internal reve
nue of the district of Oregon
Registers of land offices E S
Johnson Cheyenne Wyoming Wil
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Ham A Hocker Evanston Wyoming
Postmasters CaliforniaJ L Ar
gabrite at Ventura
MEMORIAL SERVICES
An Instructive and Pleasing Open Sea
sian of the A 0 U W Held LastEven
jag
mgt the special memorial session of
the A O U W lodge last evening
held in the beautiful lodge room in the
Excelsior block there was a fair at
tendance These memorial sessions
are a new feature and are to be held
once a year hereafter The session
of last night was the first held A ses
sion was held by each subordinate
bdge in all parts of the United States
The prayers the words of condolence
and the main portion of the ceremonies
were the sime in each lodge prepared
and printed by the supreme lodge
The services were in honor and re
membrance of brothers of the lodge
who have departed this life during the
last year The Provo lodge has lost
none of its members by death since its
organization Last night there was
only one vacant draped chairin re
membrance of the founder of the A
0 U W order John Gordon Up
church
The seryices referred tenderly to all
departed brothers and friends and en
couraged living brothers and friends to
live honest upright lives of purity
and to do good when and wherever it
could be done In addition to the
regular services R A Barney Wm
Geddings and H E Rawlings each de
livered addresses descriptive and eul
ogistic of the objects of the order and
good work done by it Its motto is
Charity Hope and Protection The
Older is a band of brothers sworn to
uphold and support each other and
their dependants and to extend charity
to all mankind to encourage hope for a
blessed future and to protect them
selves and their near and dear ones
from want and suffering Brothers
and their families are aided in time of
sickness and suffering and each mem
ber of the lod e is insured for 20LO >
which his widow or others depending
I nnnn him frets at the time of his death
r Rev LaVake not a member of the
order was present and was asked to
address the meeting He delivered a
beautiful and touching oration filled
with beautiful words and figures of I
speech on the vacant chair When the
speaker referred to the vacant high
chair where the resebud of the family
used to sit and to the old vacant rock
ing chair where mother used to sit
many teara glistened in the eyes of his
hearers i
Miss Brereton sang Safe in the
Arms of Jesus Messrs H S Pyne
J H Boshard W D Roberts and H
E Giles sang Nearer My God to
Thee Mrs George E Howe and
Mrs L 0 Taft sang Whispering
Hope A beautiful organ solo was
icndered by Prof Freak Master
1Torkman J J Evans presided over the
session
Highest of all in Ldlavening Power Latest U S Govt Report
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Saintly Baco Ho Hies
Said ono of a group of oKrfmen in the
cafe of the Brower Eous a night or two
ago I shut up an old I chap who was
railing against the wicked ness of racing
horses yesterday and lio jvas shut up so
tight that he stayed shq t as long as I
was about It was on f he ferry cross
ing to go to the track ant he was hold I
ing forth at a great rate to three young
men who sat near him anJwho had been
discussing the days care They didnt
appear to mind his lecturp in fact they
seemed to rather enjoy itvhut neverthe
less I thought Id chip til and make a
bluff at shutting off his e cam
So I opened the last issue ofv > Good
wins Guide and said aj P solemnly as I
could Sir you must be i in error about
the utter wickedness of tl e turf because
this little book shows th it many racing
men select saintly names J or their horses
as for instance St Anthony St Au
gustine St Croix St Cyr St Elmo St
Hubert St John St Loom St Lucas
St Luke St Maxim f Mark St
Michael St Pancras and St Patrick all
of which are running this season All
the old fellow said after staring at me in
astonishment for a moment was Well
well well Bless my soulP and he was
heard no moreiTew fork Herald
Parks Cough yrnp
Has been so highly recommended to
us that we have taken the agency for it
and now ask our friendsrwhoare suffer
ing with a cold to give it a trial and if
it does not give satisfaction your money
will be refunded Every bottle is sold
on a positive guarantee Price 50 cents
and 100 Sold by Smoot Drug Co
DONT forget that Bombard will sell
you the same grade of fipur as Hoovers
Sea Foam at 75 cents a sack
1 Whon You Want to Buy Dry Goods and Notions Call and See Us
webuyfor cash and we tfluseU r Qur Q 1 irqjl to g Byou the best goods at bottom
F Te buy direct and we buy in quantities prices aie YOUrIa1iereS1jsOurs Your
You will always find our stock complete child will btjserved as cheaply and politely as yourself A
We sell at one Price and that the lowest jcomparisonpf our styles and prices will convince you that
t A Satisfied We treat you courteously Customer is JO Our should Bet Trade Advertisement with us
PROVO COOP A SIlfGiILieJIo Superintendent
Popular Everywhere
Beginning with a small local sale in
a retail drug store the business of
Hoods Sarsaparilla has steadily in
creased until there is scarcely a village
or hamlet in the United States where
it is unknown
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Today Hoods Sarsaparilla stands at
the head in the medicine world ad
mired in propriety and envied in merit
by thousands of wouldhe competitors
It has a larger sale than any other
medicine before the American public
and probably greater than all other
sarsaparillas and blood purifiers com
bined
Such success proves merit
If you are sick is it not the medicine
for you to try Hoods Sarsaparilla
Cures
DISPATCH readers will remember that
some time over a year ago there war
much written published and said con
cerning the rich deposits of valuable
slate near Provo that several specimen
carloads were shipped out and that all
were expecting that the industry of
developing what will be our bonanza re
source would be established right away
The financial depression of course post
poned this and the matter has been
quietly sleeping Judge J D Jones
however has not forgotten our rich
resource and it will be well handled in
the pamphlet on Utah resources being
published for distribution at the mid
winter fair The judge has some
beautiful samples of this slate and
will shin them to the fair One is a
largo i slab five by two feet and
one inch thick The grain is
perfect and the slab is in its native
state and just as it was when taken
from the ledge only not so large
A number of smaller and thinner speci
mens are also being prepared for ship
ment This exhibit is bound to result
in vast benefit to Provo
Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder
Most Perfect Made
THIS morning at 230 oclock just I
after the boYS of the fire department
who had attended the ball Springville
had gotten nicely tucked in bed the
alarm of fire was given Some were so
soundly asleep that they failed to hear
the bell but thirteen of them reached
the fire and worked faithfully until 530
this morning The blaze issued from
the brick cottage belonging to and un
til yesterday occupied by Wm Enders
located on A street between First and
Rppnnd streets When the fire boys I
reached the site the roof was all
ablaze and practically burned By the
time the fire was extinguished nothing
but the walls of the building remained
Mr Enders is a newcomer here from
Nebraska who has been so unfortunate
as to establish for himself a rather
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unenviable reputation for straight
forwardness in business matters He
is a corpenter by trade and has of late
been out of employment He had n til
ing and could get no credit in town
and was compelled to move out His I
family bad gone to Lehi or American
Fork and he followed them on the late
train last night There was little or
no furniture in the house left There
the house for
was a mortgage against
900 and 1500 insurance on the house
and furniture The fire is thought to
be of incendiary origin and some ugly
rumors have been circulated on the
streets today but as vet they have
not been proVen to have foundation
DANIELS BROTHERS will mount you
one cabinet photo on a plate glass
easle and one dozen photos for 225
WHAT DO YOU take medicine
for Because you wantto get eU
or keep well of course Remember
Hoods Sarsaparilla Cures
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KNOWLEDGE
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Brings comfort andimprovement ana
tends to personal enjoyment when
rightly used The many who live be
tel than others and enjoy life more with
less expenditure by more promptly
to
adapting the worlds best products
will attest
the needs of physical being
the value to health of the pure liquH
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy Syrup of Hljjs i
Its excellence is due to its presenting
in the form most acceptable and pleas
ant to the taste the reshing and truly
beneficial properties of a perfect lax
ative effectually cleansing the system
dispelling colds headaches and fevert
and permanently curing constipation
millions and
satisfaction to
It has given
met with the approval of the medical
because it acts on the Kid
profession Liver and Bowels without weak
ening neys them and it is perfectly free from
objectionable substance
every
Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug
gists in 50c and 1 bottles but it is man
ufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co only whose nanK is printed on ever j
package also the name Syrup < rf Fig
and being well informed you will no
accept any substitute if offered
The Grand Duko Alexis right arm is
r adorned with a dragon which covers it
almost entirely from the wrist to the
elbow The new Duke of SaxeCobnrg
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
nephew the czarowitz are each of them
tattooed Besides these there are among J
the tattooed princes Queen Marguerite
of Italys brother the Duke of Genoa
Archduke Stephen of Austria and Prince
Henry of Prussia brother of Emperor
William
Princess Waldemar of Denmark wife
of the sailor son of King Christian has a
I beautiful anchor and a crown tattooed on
her arm halfway between her shoulder
and her elbow and which of course is
conspicuous whenever she wears a low
dress Her h Tband likewise has naval
emblems tattooed on his arm and so
too has King Oscar of Sweden who
served for many years in thelia I1v before
ascending the throne His song have
followed his example Boston Herald
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TO THE Ladies
DEAlt LADY If you are troubled with
painful and irregular periods take Dr
DE JOZAS Worldrenowned Prescrip
tion We give written guarantee to
permanently cure in two treatments or
refund money Price for one trial
treatment 2oo Write or call on Lady
Manager SALT LAKE MEDICINE CO
50 West Second South St
Salt Lake City Utah
Patients unsuccessfully treated or imposed
upon by others especially invited to call
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Dr Price Cream Baking Powder
WOK Fair Highest Award
ON Wetsday of next week the
survivors the Black Hawk Indian
war are tbave a glorious time at
Springvilh
We sellarks Cough Syrup on a
positive gautee to cure all throat
and lung moles It has stood the
test for w years and today is the
leading rjdy for the cure of colds
consumptiind all the diseases of the
throat amngs Price 50 cents and
100 SoloSmoot Drug Co
OUR sal hoes is still on and un
precedent Provo The results of
the last suys give great encourage
ment for proceeding further with
the sale and be surprised at the
bargains lave Irvine Barney
30 and 32 er St
McH ON HOUSE
fscxn Utah
First is Fare Sample
RooDid Hostlery
TERMS iCHABLE
Francis I Prop
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Headquarters for Everything
FLORAL and DEiOOPL TIVEl
Greenhouses the Largest in Jh Mount Olivet and Fort Douglas cars stop at
the door
Mall Orders for DECORATIVE AND FUNERAL Occasions
Promptly Attended to
507 S Tenth East St Telephone 629 City Headquarters 14 Miin St
Selt Lake Oitv TJbRli
HOTE ROAN
RED 1800 01
Rates from 1100 tr 1 to 12 my 50 ner r1 v
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Convenient to all Business Portions of the City
Electro Bells Hot and Cold Water Steam Heat
Electric Light in Every Room Hot and Cold Baths
Steam Elevator Fire Escapes on Every Foor
Good Sample Rooms Dining Room on Fifth Floor
dOHN MOJGAN j Prop Saifc Lake Cig 1fcah
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CO AND WASH
When you Visit Salt Lake at the Great Swimming Pool
of the
RKITARIU M
Lit 52 West Third South St Salt Lake City
The Most Healthful and Invigorating Pastime Imaginable
The Elegance Convenience and splendid arrangements must
be seen to be appreciated
Baths 25c a Towels and suits washed by Troy Laundry
LHRISTMAS AT JENSENS
Call and See that Fine Stock of
Opera Classes Watches Jewelry Etc
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Joseph Jensen Assignee
JULIUS JENSEN Watchmaker
REED SHOOT President M H HARDY Sec Tree
W E PIKE M D VicePresident L U KLtG
ALEX HEDQUIST JR Mgr
SMOOT DRUG CO
Wholesale e Retail Druggists
We Carry a Full Line of TOILET ARTICLES PERFUM
ERY CHEMICALS DRUGS ETC ETC
FINE CIGARS TOBAOCOS
Perscriptions Carefully Prepared Day or Night
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I Until January 15 j 1894 7 at which time our annual stocktaking begins Ca once Remember the stand 28 Centre St I
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