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THE EVENING DISPATCH
JOHN L BAimnv Editor and Prop
Entered the rostoiflceat Provo Utah for
transmission through the mails as second
class matter
The office ot THE EVENING DISPATCH is
ocatod half block north of the First National
Bank
Al communications should be addressed to
THE DISPATCH Provo Utah
TO DISPATO II PATRONS
Mr D P Felt is the regular representative
of this paper His contracts and receipts will
i Io ratified and recognized by the manage
ment
JOHN L BARTOVT
Pro D rietOl
TO THE BUSINESSMEN
THE DISPATCH wishes to inaugurate the
system of monthly settlements It will pre
sent its accounts against merchants and busi I
ness men for advertising and job work be
tween the first and the sixth of each month I
and wishes Oaccounts against it tu bo pre
sented In the same way Whore agreements
have been made to nay In goods or produce
balances may be settled ty orders
Respectfully
JOHN L BAUTOW
i4q JBTice
No orde Tice will be rec
t02
ognlzed 4cCSS signed by
WL BARTOW
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PROVO CITY FEB 7 lSS4
THE PERMANENT CAPITAL
Just now the location of the perman
ent capital for Utah is a live question
This session of the legislature makes
the selection of the site and it is only
fair that the fullest Information as to
the relative merits of the competing
points be placed before it Of course
Provo is in the race for choice and we
feel anxious that her claims which are
many and great be placed before the
legislature in a strong truthful light
The committee having in charge this
presentation is fully competent for the
discharge of the duty placed upon its
shoulders by the mass meeting the
other evening but we desire to help
out in this enterprise in every honor
able way pos8ible Surely in a matter
of this kind geography will cut no in
considerable figure In this respect
Provo has the advantage of any of the
competing points She is far nearer
the exact center of the new state than
is Salt Lake her most formidable
rival She is practically and for this
purpose really the railroad center also
The two main and most important
lines of rail run through the town east
and west and south thus giving access
from every point of the compass There
are two other lines projected through
her borders and will inevitably be
built thus increasing enormously her
railway facilities She is in the yery
heart of the population of Utah while
other points are all at the extreme
limits of the territory The future ac
cessions to the population of Utah
must all be planted or nearly
all in the nearer neighborhood
of Proyo The future farms to be
opened villages towns and citlss must
be planted in this lovely valley lor I to
the south east or northeast cc this
city Of course ap a commercial point
Salt Lake city will in time grow to
large proportions but the country in
her immediate vicinity and to the
north and west of that point can hope
for but little from the future We are
building the permanent capital for the
future convenience of the people for
the convenience of people unborn and
also people now living in eastern
homes who will flock here when the
diadem of the new commonwealth
flashes upon her fair young brow and I
of course we cannot afford for any rea
eon to so place our permanent capital
at any other than the most eligible
spot within our borders
Here are found all the advantages
which Salt Lake city lacks The heart
population of the territory the cen
ter geographically speaking with
lovely surroundingsrich surroundings
with a benign and healthful climate
with the utmost profusion of sparkling
wholesome water near inexhaustible
coal deposits surrounded by lovely
scenery sitting on the borders of the
loveliest lake of pure sweet water in
all this wide expanse of mountain
country As if this all were not
enough we have a site of thirty acres
of land on a commanding elevation
which with a very slight ex
penditure can be made into
a garden of beauty outrivaling the
Gardens of Gull where they bloom by
the calm Bendermere to give the ter
ritory without a cent of charge We
have also thousands of thousands of
lovely building sites upon which stately
homes will be built surrounded by every
circumstance conducive to the comfort
arid delight of those who might come
here attracted by the capital
Added to all this Provo is the school
center of the territory and it must in
the near future become the manufact
uring center also Our people are in
telligent courteous and hospitable
We have churches of all denominations
benevolent instituions a social organ
ization not inferior to many of the
eastern cities of larger pretentious
In fact and in short we have a wealth
of vast and unapproachable advantages
which other competing points cannot
rival We depend upon these for our
success in the race and doubt not that
the legislature will take account of
them when it proceeds to make up its
verdict in this case
THE Standard put its Nolls into it a I
bit when it charged that the Judge of
the First District proposed to let in
foreigners free of all costs for natural
ization providing they would vote the
democratic ticket Mr D H Peery
very promptly and unequivocally
places the Standard right in this mat
ter Such an insinuation as this is is
unworthy the Standard and must have
been mad by one who hates Judge
Smith as much as our blessed Splatter
bjotcb loves him Mr Peery fs Juflgq
Smiths clerk and of course would not
pass such an implication as this is
without resenting it For itself THE
DISPATCH brands the whole thing as
false and slanderous in every way
THE idle men of Utah would do well
to act upon the suggestion of THE DIS
PATCH and go to work on the low grade
gold deposits There is business in this
matter and relief prompt and perfect
for the mass of misery occasioned by
the prevailing hard times fhere is
absolutely nothing to lose but every
thing to be gained Strangers come in
here and find deposits which they
sometimes sell for millions of dollars
Why cannot our own people do like
wise Within a radius of twenty
miles from the courthouse in this city
there is gold ore enough to make every
man woman and child within it rich
All we have to do is to dig it out
IT has been said by some influences
which are enyious of Provos educa
tional superiorty that we have not a
single university man in any educa
tional faculty in the city The fact is
we have four men in the faculty of the
B Y academy alone who are graduates
of the best eastern andEuropean uni
versities and we are not alittle proud
of this fact either Patrons seeking
the best facilities must not be deterred
by such false statements as these
DOUBTLESS the soul of Geo W
Guilds feels itself under an immense
debt of gratitude to an obscure off
colored little Colorado paper for the
order of its defense of lithe philan
thropist in a recent number How
blest are the dead when they leave be
hind such champions as this one is or
would like to be
HARD times will go glimmering as
soon as the men of Utah resolye to dig
gold There is enough of the yellow
wealth in this territory to make every
inhabitant rich indeed All that is
necessary is to bow our backs and
gather it We look for a big gold
boom as soon as the snow is all gone
THE funeral services of Young Cluff
yesterday were of a very impressive
character and testify to the universal
esteem in which the young man was
held and the universal regret attending
his death
I
ELANDS seiniorage bill will be
acted upon by congress in a few days
Of course the gold bugs will a 11 be ar
rayed against him Bland however is
a host within himself
BENHAJI has forced Da Gaina to
give the legal notice of the bombard
ment to the people of Rio Humanity
gains by the conduct of our Benhams
DEATII to society shrieks Valliant
on the brink of the grave Death to
the anarchistsshrieks back society The
matte re9tB there for the present
NOTTC the evidences of rapidly im
proving times furnished in the columns
of THE DISPATCH in the shape of new
advertisements
The wool growers convention in
session at Denver is to protest against
the wool paragraph in the Wilson bill
IT is rumored that exPresident
Harrison is soon to mary Mrs Leland
Standford
WHAT a fine active goodhumored
little paper the Logan journal is
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
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 Sarsaparllla
Cures
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WEARY
I
Im old and tho heat of lifes battles
Has bleached my brown hair till its white
And teardrops that sparkle light diamonds
Have stole from my eyes their old light
And low where cold marbles are gleaming
I laid what the world gave to me
But high where tho pure ones are waiting
My treasures again will I see
Tonight I have heard strajns of music
That floated away long ago
But some mystio spirit has caught them
To chant to mo now soft and low
I heard an old story tonight too
That memory lingered to tell
Of youth that built castles in midair
That crushed hopes and dreams as they felL
I
Ive seen an old picture of sorrow
A vessel that sank in the sea
But safe in the harbor of heaven
A fair sailor boy waits for me
I listen in dreams for his footsteps
I almost can see his white hand
As it lifts from my heart lifes dark shadows
And points me to his spirit land
0 Time I am weary of travel
Lifes pathway is lonely for me
And breezes that whisper about me
Seem filled with a voice from the sea
And now I am tiredso tired
And some night Ill lie down to rest
And dream till I wake in the morning
In peace in the homo of the blest
Florence Bailey Farnsworth
How s This
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not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure
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able to carry out any obligations made
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Low Rates
are still in effect to eastern points via
the 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 artistic Pullman Double Drawing
Room Palace Sleeping cars which run
through to Chicago without change
Speed Safety and Comfort is its
well earned motto Two main line
fast express to the east daily
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Are you bilious constipated or
troubled with jaundice sick headache
band taste in mouth foul breath
coated tongue dyspespsia indigestion
hot dry skin pain in back and between
the shoulders chills and fever etc If
you have any of these symptoms your
liver is out of order and your blood ie
slowly being poisoned because your
liver does not act properly Herbme
will cure any disorder of the liver
stomach or bowels It has no equal as
a liver medicine Price 75 cents
SMOOT DRUG Co Agents
A Testimonial
PROVO Utah Dec 27th 1893
To whom it may concern
This will introduce to the public our
esteemed friend of Provo Frederick
Raile a practical Baunscheidtist
hose medical treatment has brought
us relief from the great variety of
pains and diseases to which we have in
the past been subject and which has
been successful when all others have
failed
In recognition of this superior treat
ment the genuine Baunscheidtism
which operates through the skin as an
epidermic cure without the aid of medi
cine taken in the stomach we recom
mend it to all suffering humanity as the
best fcnd surest means of relief and as
an aid tQ nature wherethere is a pos
sibility recovery We especially re
commend it to those suffering from
rheumatism or gout and those diseases
which are an outgrowth of either of
them also from sore throat and a great
variety of ills that it has entirely re
moved from us Itf harmless nature
and its cheapness as well as the great
relief it has brought to UB and our fam
ilies induce us to urge upon our friends
and the sick everywhere to give it a
trial and thus add their testimonies to
those which we here cheerfully sub
scribed behalf of a system of treat
ment of which we are today the great
est beneficiaries Respecfully
LAKE VIEW
J C Nielsen Wm Eosquist
A N Luveridge Ellz Loveridge
E A Newell Charles Hanson
PROVO
Karl G Maeser Wm Mitchell
Mr Ed Stewart Mrs E Stewart
John Richards Mrs Richards
Christian Bandle Mrs Mercy Peay
A Saxey Mrs TRSundberg
Jas A Bullock Mrs Bullock
M J Barrett Mrs H M Barrett
James Stevenson Ole E Olsen
Mrs Marv Olsen John Erickson
Mrs II Devey Theresia Oaterloh
If any one is afflicted who wishes to
consult or write they may do BO with
strict confidence Address inclosing
2 cent stamp Fred Eaile P 0 box
197 Provo Utah
FREDERICK RAILE Agent
Practical Baunscheidtist
Cor 8th and F Streets Proyo
E STRAY NOTICE have in my posses
iA sion the following described anim alslm
pounded as estrnys or for trespass
One gray horse about six years old banded
Son loft shoulder
Ron
nvaw
One red and white spotted yearling heifer
branded g raon left hip crop and slit in
Don
each ear
If damage and costs on said animals be not
paid within 5 days from date of this no
tice they will bo sold to the highest cash bidder
at Springvillo eat ray pound at 2 oclock p m
on the 10th day of February ISM
Dated at Springvillo city Utah county
territory of Utah this 5th day of February
1894
R L BIKD
Poundkeeper of said City
T7 STRAY NOTICEI have in my possession
XlJ the following described animals im
pounded estrays or for trespass
One black yearling bull some white in flank
crop and under slope ill right ear slit and
under slope in left ear
One blue roan bull yearling brand on right
hip crop oIl right under half crop in
is
left ear
damage and costs on said animals be not
paid within ten days from date of this notice
they will be sc Id to the hlphest cash bidder at
Payson City estray pound at 2 oclock p m
on the 10th day of February 1801
Dated at Parson city Utah countytorritory
of Utah this drd day of February 1894
JAMES REECE
Poundkeener of saltf City
ESTRAY NOTICE have In my possession
the following described animals im
pounded as estrays or for trespass
One roan horse colt two years old white
strip in face branded E B on bit thigh
One light brindle and white spotted yearl
ing steer no brands visible under slope and
slit in right par and under bit in left
If damage and costs on said animals bo not
paid within H I days from the date of this
notice they will be sold to the highest cash bid
der at theSnrlngville estray pound at 2 oclock
p moo on the 13th day of February 1894
Dated at Springvillo city Utah county
Territory of Utah this 6th day of February
1694
R L BIRD
Q1nlkeeppr of said City
I
ESI KAY NOTICE have in my possessiCL
JJ t 8o following defcuribed animals im
pound Jid as estrayp or for trespass
fn right thigh
I
One sorrel maro and colt three years old
both hind legs white and white face branded
If damage and costs on said
animals be not paid within fifteen
days from date of this notice they will
be sola to the highest cash bidder at the
estrar pound in Salem at 1 oclock p m on
llth day of February
Dated at Salem Utah connty Territory of
Utah this 27th day of January 18C4
JAMES RANKS
Poundkeenor of said Precinct
IDROtfATE NOTICE IN THE PROBATE
L Court in and for Utah county Territory
of Utah In the matter of thoestate of Martha
Kirkham deceased
Order appointing time and place for settle
ment of final account and to hear petition for
distribution
Onreadiwrnnd filing the petition of James
Kirfcham administrator of the estate of
Marina Kirkhum deceased setting forth
that he has tiled his final account of his ad
ministration upon said estate in this court
that all tho debts have heen fully paid and
that n portion of said estate remains to bo
divided among the heirs of said deceased and
praying among other things I foran order al
lowing said final account and of distribution
ot the residue of said estateaaong the persons
entitled
It is ordered that all persons interested in
tho estate of the said Martha Kirkham de
ceased be and appear before the Probate
court 01 the county of Utah at the courtroom
of said CO tox in the county courthouseon the
10th day ol February 1894 at 10 oclock am
then and there to show cause whv an order
allowing said final account and of distribution
should not bo made of the residue of said
estate among the heirs and devises of said
Martha Kirkhain deceased according to law
It is further ordered that tha clerk cause
notice to bo posted In three public places in
Utah county and a copy of this order be pub
lished in THE DISPATCH a newspaper printed
and circulated in Utah countyfour weeks suc
cessively winr to said 10th day of February
1801
J D JONES
Probate Judge
Dated January 13th 1894
TERRITORY OF UTAH I
COUNTY OF UTAH f RS
I V L Halliday clerk 01 the Probate Court
in and for Utah county Territory 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
in the Cjtato of Martha Kirkham deceased
and now on file ana of record in my office
Witness my hand and tho seal of said court at
my office in Piovo city this 13th day
L8EALI JnnuaryA D 1894
V L HALLIDAY
Clerk of tho probate court Utah county U T
Evans Thuruian attorneys administrator
TROBATB NOTICEIN THB PROBATE
PROBATE and for Utah county territory
of Utah In the matter of tho estate of
John Binns deceased
Order appointing time and place for to hear
petition for distribution
On reading and filing tne petition of Isaac
Biuns executor of tho estate of John Binns
deceased setting forth that ho has
filed his final account of his administra
tion upon said estate in this court and tho
final account has been approved that all tho
debts of said estate have been fully paid and
that a portion ot said estate remains to bo di
vided among tho heirs of said deceased and
praying lor distribution of the residue of
said estate among the persons entitled
It is ordered that all persons interested in tho
estate of the said John Binns deceased
be and appear before tho probate court
of tho county of Utah at the court room of said
court in the county courthouse the 10th
day of February Ib93 at 10 oclock a moo then
and there to show cause why an order allowing
said final account and of distribution should
not bo made of the residue of said estate
among the heirs and devises of the said John
Binns deccaEeii according to law
It Is further ordered that the clerk cause
notices to bo posted in three public
places in Utah countv and a copy of this or
der to bo published In THE DISPATCH
a newspaper printed and circulated in Utah
county four weeks successively prior to said
10th day of JTSBruary 1894J
J D JONES
Probate Judge
Dated Jailuary 2 1894
TEHRITOUY OF UTAH I
COUNTY OF UTAH f0
I V L Halliday clerk of the probate court
in and for Utah county territory of Utah
hereby certify that the foregoing is a fulltrue
and correct copy of the original order t
ing time and place to liear petition for distri
bution of the eSjJBo of John Binds deceased
and now on ll B > of record In riiy office
Witness JnJ ba Jind the gnn nt lt1c court
at my office in Provo city this 10th
SEAL day of January A D 1894
V L HALLIDAY
Clerk of tho probate court Utah countyTJT
A LI A a
UMMONSIN THE DISTRICT COURT OF
L the First judicial district of tho territory
of Utah Utah county
S G Sly plaintiff I vs Jacob Muntz de
fendant
The people of the territory of Utah send
greeting to Jacob Muntz defendant
You are hereby required to appear in an ac
tion brought against you by the above named
plaintiff in the district court of tho First ju
dicial district tho territory of Utah and to
answer the complaint flied therein within ten
days exclusive ot the day of service after
the service on you of this summonsIf served
within this county or served out of this
county but in this district within twenty
days otherwise within forty daysor judg
ment by default will bo taken against you according
cording to prayer of this complaint
Tho said notion itl brought to obtain a judg
ment ot this court against the said defendant
for the sum of 81250 and for costs of this suit
alleged by plaintIF I to bo du3 fi om defendant
d8aPl JfI lfat imes1 J
on the gale of a certain mining i claim 1 situated
near the to not Lewiston Fremont county
Wyoming for the sum of 52500 of which one
half thereof plaintiff alleges to be justly due
and owing to him
For fuller and further particulars reference
IQ hereby mode to tho plaintiffs complaint
file herein
And you aro hereby notified that if jou fail
to appear and answer tho said complaint as
above required tho said plaintiff will take
judgment against you for tho sum of 1250
and costs of suit i
Witness the Hon Harvey Smith judgeand I
tho seal of the district court I
of tho First judicial district in and 1
SEAL for the territory of Utah this 3d
day of February in the year of I I
ourLord one thousand eight hun
dred and ninetyfour
D H PEERY Ju Clerk
Dy F JHiGtHNBOTHAJT Deputy Clerk
Chas L Brown attorney for plaintiff
CJUMMONS THE DISTRICT COURT OF
O the First Judicial District of Territory
of Utah Utah county
John Egan plaintiff vs Mary A Egan de
fendant
Tho People of the territory of Utah send
greeting to Mary A Egan
You are hereby required to appear in an
action brought against you by tho above I
named plaintiff in tho District Court of the I
First Judicial District of tho Territory of
Utah and to answer tho complaint filed there
in within ton days exclusive of the day of
servicej after tho service on you of this sum
mons if served within this county or if
served out of this county but in this district
within twenty days otherwise within forty
days or judgment by default will be taken
against you according to tho prayer of this
complaint
Tho said action is brought to obtain decree
of this court dissolving tho bonds of matri
mony existing between plaintiff and defend
ant and that plaintiff be awaraea the exclusive
care and custody 01 his minor children towit
John T Egan aged five years and James P
Egan aged three years and for general re
Hnf nnrt fnr nnara
Plaintiff alleges that on December 7 1893
the defendant wholly disregarding her mar
riage vows at the town of P V Junction in
Utah county Utah Territorywith one maek
ey alias Ed Tracey did commit adultery
subsequent to her said marriage and has ever
since lived in an open state of adultery with
Said Rlackey alias Ed Traceyfas plaintiff I
is informed and believes and plaintiff is in
lormed and believes and upon such informa
tion and boiler alleges tho fact to bo that de
fendant is now living at No 223 South Main
street Fort Worth Texas In an open state of
adultery with said maekeJ alias Ed Tracey
That on said 7th day of December 1893 the
said defendant without any cause or excuse
deserted plaintiff and his domicile and did on
said date elope with the said Blackoy alias
Ed Tracey and did on said date take with her
plaintiffs said child J nines P Egan and now
retains custody of said minor child That by
reRson of the premises tho defendant is not a
fit and proper person to have tho care custody
or training of said child
For fuller and further particulars reference
is hereby made to tho plaintiffs complaint
now on file herein
And you are hereby notified that if you fail
to appear and answer the said complaint as
above required the said plaintiff will apply
to the court for tho relief therein demanded
and costs of suit
Witness the Hon Harvey W Smith Judge
and tho Seal of the District Court
of the First Judicial District in and
HEAL for the territory of Utah this 27th
day January in the year of our
Laid one thousand eight hundred
and ninetyfour
DH PEERY JR Clerk
1 By R B THURMAM
garner Warner Dpputy Clerk
Attorney B for Plaintiff
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on 7th Street
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Office on J Street up stairs Opposite
Postoffice Provo
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Store Provo Utah
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Office rooms 3 and 4 Hines Block Provo
Office hours 9 to 12 a m2 to 4 p m
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tag house Residence telephone No 4E of
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Elite Moat Markot
Provo Utah
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EMIGRATION CANYON
LAGER IQIEJIBIEB
Bottled Beer a Specialty AND WHOLESALE RETAlL
Office ald epo J 17 aid 19 East 2sH Sohvrk Si
SALT LAKE HTTY UTAH
Bread The Staff of lifeI i I
To Benefit the General Public and divide our profits directly
with the consumers we have concluded to cut the prices
on Flour and Feed to the following Low Hates 4IIIIf
Family Loose 70
Bakers No 1 75 cents per sack
Straight Grade 7Th c
Sea Foam 80 h
Patent 82 C fA
Bran 70 cents per 100 lbs
Shorts SO cents per ICO lbs
Delivered Promptly to any Part of Town
T RJMS SP < > T CASJB
EXCELSIOR ROLLER MillS WHoover J ir
WM CREER President JOHN JONES
Supermtende
PAI1 FOJI
Coooerative Institution I
MANUFACTURERS OF
HARNESS BOOTS and SHOES
PBATVRRS
DY cmJDs AWARE I
CROCERIESA CLOTHING
FURNITURE F ANOY NOTIONS j
FARMING IMPLEMENTS
ROLLER MILL FLOUR GRAIN I
SAli1UEL LIDDIARq
Contractor and Bui1de
BuflderI 1
Estimates Promptly Furnished on any kind OfWO
COJEPONpENCE sOL1cTEj
Pr cit7ci 1O1n
cit7ciUflio2i Pacific System
S PlcTOVdP Lt Time Table In Effect Nov 26 1893
SOUTH I Subject to change with I NORTH
out notIce
No I ao 2
Leys Daily STATIONS Ar Daily
145 am Ogden 740 pm
800 e SaltLake610
900 U LebiJunction 510
903 Lehi 507
909 AmericanFork501
915 Pleasant Grove455
927 Lake View443 h
940 Provo 430 U
9 49 II Springville 4 21
95G SpanishFork414
1003 e Benjaiin 407
1012 Paysoa 3 E3 II
1021 Santaquin 349 Co
11104 Nepbi 300
457 lIoron 1 25
535 Epliraim1250 Ie
600 Manti 1225
H I
1145
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Arrive Daily Leave Daily
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1210 m Juab 225
p p m a
Milford 605De J j il
810 p m
1000 p m Frisco 430 am
Trains South of Juab run daily except Sunday
Trains Leave Salt Lake for Ogden daily at 700 a m9SO am 245 700pm I
Trains leave Ogden for Salt Lake daily at l45ani 900am 325pm 615pra
Logan Train leaves Provo at 430 p m Salt Lake 245pm at Logan 640 pm riJ
Service between Erovo and Eureka leave Provo 430 p m arrive Eureka j
1150 a m leave Eureka 220 p m and arrive Provo 940 a m S t 1
Trains for terminus and Tooele run daily except Sunday leaving Salt Lake at r
745am I in
Remember the Union Pacific is the best line for New Mexico and Arizona
Before buying Through Thickets get our figures
For further information as to rates maps etc write to your nearest Unlon A
Pacific ticket aeent L
SHHOLLRK I
OLIVER W MINK Over
E ELLERY ANDERSON Receivers rnd
FREDRICK R COODERT Rigi
JOHN A DOANE I ecov
GEO W CRAIG Agt Provo Utah
E L LOMAX D E BURLEY A D
Genl Pass and Tkt Agt Genl Agt Pass Dept humOr 0
Salt LiE Utah 2
E DICKINSON GenI Manager Or wit
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