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THE EVENING DISPATCH
JOHN L BARTOIV Editor and Prop
l I Entered at tne Iostoilicc at ProVo Utah for
transmission through the mails as second
class matter
Tho office ot TIlE EVENING DISPATCH is
ocatod half block north of the First National
Bank
Al communications snould bo addressed to
THE DISPATCH Provo Utah
TO DISPATCH PATRONS
Mr n P Felt is tho regular representative
ot this paper His ccntracts and receipts will
be ratified and recognized by the manage
men
JOHN L BARTOW
Pronrietoi
TO THE BUSINESSMEN
THE DISPATCH wishes to inaugurate the
system of monthly settlements It will pre
sent its accounts against merchants an 1 busi
ness men for advertising and job work be
tween the first and the sixth of each month
and wishes oaccounts against it to bo pre
sented In tho same way Whero agreements
liavo been made to par in goods or produce
balances may settled ty orders
Respectfully
JOHN L BAUTOW
NOTICE
No order from this office will be rec
ognized in settlement unless signed by
JNO L BARTOW
PROVO CITY FEB 15 1894
NOl LAUGHING j
The Tribune denies the soft impeach I
ment It is not laughing at Provos
pretentions in regard to becoming the
permanent capital of the new state of
Utah The astute Tribune is en
deavoring to throw the discussion into
trivialities drawing imaginary lines
running in all possible as well as im
possible directions and then directing
public attention to the ridiculosity I
of the proposition No the dig
nified but charming old Trib is
not laughing but she induced our
inexperienced and unwary young
coadjutor to follow it off into boggy
Sugar House wards and the like
and away from the vital question of the
geographical center of the territory
which after all is entitled to the main
consideration The question is not so
much as to what the present reveals
but rather as to what the future de
velopment of the territory may exhibit
Taking Salt Lake county and city
Weber county and the city of Ogden
and we are ready to admit that the
question of population as it is today
is about solved But they have done
their do The future has little to
promise them or they have little to ex
pect from it
The future development of this great
territory must occur on lines far to the
south and east of Salt Lake The Tri
banes east and west lines are better
arguments for Pruvo than for Salt
Lake Central Utah is the nearest
field today but the time is not far dis
tant when to the centre will be
harnessed the glowing and rapidly de
veloping south and southwest The
marvelously rich mineral regions of
Cedar Beaver the Sevier are all to
be heard from Then we cross over
the Wasatch and we find the TJintah and
TJncompaghre regions within whose
bounds is ample room for two or three
rich and populous counties All these
are to be counted for Provo and against
Salt Lake
Now if the good Tribune were to
give us a few figures on geography it i
would see less of the ridiculous in this
Provo move than it now does albeit
we insist that in the matter of popula
tion Provo holds her an even brake
We build state capitals of the perma
nent order rather upon geographical
than present population lines What
has the future for the Salt Lake region
in this way Absolutely nothing
What has she for Provo Practically
everything The Tribune ignores aU
the wide region which lies between the
eastern base of the Wasatch and the
Grand river and south of Green river
The day is not for dis
tant when this region vast as it is
will be Oiled by a rich prosperous and
progressive people No pent up bit of
Utica like the present capital of Utah
will satisfy this coming population in
the character of state capital
Now that the Salt Lake papers have
found out that Provo cant be laughed
out of the race it would be rather enter
taining than otherwise if their papers
would try to give us one solidiy based
argument against the proposed removal
of the capital to Provo We confess
we await it with some interest This
sort of jug handle fight is not what we
relish altogether
THE first Brazilian revclution which I
drove good old Dom Pedro from the
throne was it has been fully demon
strated a huge mistake from a Brazil
Ian standpoint But that was accom
plished and instead of the imperial
government under that enlightened
and progressive gentleman they have i
set up a republica government more
in touch with the genius of the Jnited
States than even Dom Pedros was
Da Gamas revolution is simply to re
store Dom Pedros family to the reign
ing function The Countess De Ue
may be a great woman but we cannot
under the Monroe doctrine look with
indifference upon the efforts made by
her gallant admiral to so seat her If
the worst comes to the worst the United
States must indicate her dissent in
same efficient and noteworthy way
We do not want any more imperialism
anywhere on this western continent
I The defacto government under P iexoto
should receive the strongest kind of
moral support from our government
OH dear no The Tribune isnt in the
laughing business Not a bit of it The
matter is becoming too serious for even
a small sized grin It labors very bard
to force the conclusion that because
Salt Lake has most of the good things
of Utah therefore she should have
them all for that is really the argu
ment the Salt Lake papers are piaking I
All they can make in fact
OJ
THE Herald has a treat and touch
ing faith in the declaration of the
miners that they throw back the
game fish We confess that were we
seining aud took a four pound trout or
a two pound black bass wed never
throw him back without a fight
Nor do we believe any one else would
OF course no one expected Mr Har
rison or Mr McKinley to be pleased
with any form of tariff reform so no one
s at all disappointed or chagrined to
know that with this brace of high pro
tective tariff ducks the Wilson bill is
very unpopular
I DELEGATE RAWLINS is equal to the
Ute matter we trust Under all the
circumstances the dumping of the
Utes upon Utah just at this time
would constitute an outrage without
the least semblance of excuse reason
or justice
THE government of England has
temporized long enough with the an
archists After they burn London it
will begin to see it in the same light
we do
THE Herald doesnt exactly know if
it is in favor of or against the seine
Better keeps its oar out of the water al
together or until it has determined
CLEVELAND will come out of all this
Hawaiian matter without the smell of
tire on his garments Would that we
could say this of his silver record
THE Herald still insists that our can
didacy for the capital is onlv a joke
Thats umfortable anyway
MB ROBERTS will make an ideal
I postmaster I
Tennyson on Spring1
We have the word of Alfred Tenny
son for it that in the spring the young
mans fancies lightly turn to thought
of love It is singular that the great
laureate omitted to mention the fact
that it is in the spring that a consider
able portion of the human race turn to
taking Hoods arsaparilla Probably
nothing but the difficulty of finding a
good rhyme for that invaluable remedy
deterred him Certain it is that the
oldtime domestic remedies are gener
ally discarded in favor of the standard
blood purifier Hoods Sarsaparilla
which has attained the greatest popu
larity all over the country as the favor
ite Spring Medicine It purifies the
blood and gives nerve mental bodily
and digestive strength
Bavarias Condition Unendurable
In the lower house of the diet at Mu
nich Prince Loewenstein read a declara
tion dwelling upon the immense burdens
imposed by the military administration
which undoubtedly brought prejudice to
the national prosperity The present sit
uation he said was almost unendurable
and the existing system was all the sad
der as no guarantee could be given
against further larger demands upon the
people in view of the keen competition
between European nations in making
war preparations The prince advocated
an international court of arbitration as
the sole means of salvation from the
present situation Dr Buhl however
I contended that the best security for Eu
ropean peace was the maintenance of the
preparedness of the army and the true
observance of faithful alliances Lon
don Standard
Deafness Cannot be Cured
by local applications as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear
There is only one way to cure Deaf
ness and that is by constitutional
remedies Deafness is caused by an
inflamed condition of the mucous lin
ing of the Eustachian Tube When this
tube gets inflamed you have a rumbl
ing sound or imperfect hearing and
when it is entirely closed Deafneess is i
the result and unless the inflamma
tion can be taken out and this tube re
Stored to its normal condition hearing
will be destroyed forever nine cases
out of ten are caused by catarrh which
is nothing but an inflamed condition of
the mucous surfaces
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of Deafness caused by
catarrh that cannot be cured by
Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circu
lars free
F J CHENEY CO Toledo O
Sold by Druggists 75c
WANTED 10 FOR 1
A Youth at Knoxville la Reaps a Rich
Harvest Through an Advertisement
Postoffice Inspector Stuart received
letter the other day from Inspector Chris
tian one of the inspectors of the Chicago
district giving an account of the arrest
of a youthful genius who has been oper
ating a swindle at Knoxville la
J F Ray 20 years old rented a look
box at Knoxville in May last and adver
tised in various weekly publications that
he would send to the readers of The
Ladies Home Magazine an elegant 10
china tea set on payment of 1 He se
cured hundreds of answers to the adver
tisement and in return sent a toy tea set
of six pieces such as are sold in the
State street stores for 3 cents
Inspector Christian examined the rec
ords of tho Knoxville postoffice and
found that the boy had received 215 reg
istered letters 70 money orders and 250
letters containing postal notes Alto
gether he had received over 1000 He
did not honor with his 3 cent tea sets all
who sent him money so it is said for he
had used only 100 sets The boy was
taken before a United States commis
sioner and held to the federal grand jury
of Iowa under 2000 bonds in default
of which he went to jail Chicago Rec
ord
Every woman over 21 years of ago
was entitled to vote at the last New
Zealand election and it has been ob
served that wherever there was a can
didate whose morals were of a dubious
standard he was unmercifully cut
It is probable that Lucy Larcom the
poet > will have a mountain named aft
er her The Appalachian Mountain
club has recommended that a White
mountain peak near Mount Whittier
should be named Mount Larcom
Parks Cough Syrup
Has been so highly recommended to
ue that we have taken the agency for it
and now ask our friends who are 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 celts
and 100 Sold by Bmoot Drug CQ
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I
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SIMMONS
the hills and
never excell
ed Tried
xp and proven
0 isthe verdict
of millions
Simmons
Diver Regu
lator is the
Belier ojnly Liver
Belierredicino
medicine to
which you
can pin your
faith for a
Than cju r e A
mild laxa
tive and
purely veg
etable act
77Th O77 ing directly
A IZ S on the Liver
t
4
and Kid
neys Try it
Sold by all
Druggists in Liquid or in Powder
to be taken dry or made into a tea
Tho King of Liver 3edlclne
I I have used your Simmons Liver Regu
lator and can consclenciously say it is tbo
king of all liver medicines I consider a
medicine chest In 1 itself G gnVi Yl Z
SON Tacoma Washington
mrEVERY PACKAGED
Has the Z Stamp in red on wrappct
NOTiCE
By order of the directors of the Provo
Driving Park association the under
signed will sell at public auction for
cash at the courthouse Provo city
Utah on the 17th of February 1894 at
12 oclock noon one 3vearoid gelding
also all the interest and title of the said
association in an to The East Fork
Clark Ranch a squatters claim in
Kane county Utah
H B CLARK Secretary
For Rent
Two dwelling houses centrally lo
cated Rental to suit the times Ap
ply to A O SMOOT Jn
ALIAS
OUMMONSIN THE DISTRICT COIRT OF
SUMMONS judicial district of tho territory
of Utah mali county
S G Sly plaintiff vs Jacob Muntz de
fendant
The people of tho territory of Utah send
greeting to Jacob Muntz defendant
You arc hereby required appear in an ac
tion brought against you by tho above named
plaintifl in the district court of tho First ju
dicial district of tho territory of Utah and to
answer the complaint filed therein within ten
days exclusive ot tho 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 be taken against you ac
cording to prayer of this complaint
The said action in brought to obtain a judg
ment of this court against tho said defendant
for the sum of S123U and for costs of this suit
alleged by plaintiff to be du3 ftom defendant
afl J1ig at fm
on the sale ot a certain mining claim situated
near thc tOl not Lewiston Fremont county
Wyoming for the sum of 2500of which one
half thereof plaintiff alleges to be justly due
and owing to him
For fuller and further particulars reference
is hereby mnde to the plaintiffs complaint on
file herein
And you are hozeby notitlcd vMi If j ou fall
to appear and answer the said complaint at
above required the said plaintiff will take
judgment against you for the sum of i25t1
and costs of suit
Witness theHon Harvey Smith judgeand
the seal of the distilct court
of the First judicial district in and
SEAL for the territory of Utah this 3c
day of February in the year of
our Lord one thousand eight hun
dred and nInet four
D H PEERVIlr rk
Dy F D HIOOINDOTIIAM pcp L ClrJh
Chits L uroTVn attorney for plaintiff
T IGAL NOTICE IN THE THE > PHOBATE
LEGAL in ant for Utah County Utah Ter
ritory In tlio matter of the estate oTa rth Kirk
ham deceased JLs r
Orderfor notice ofcapplication
On reading and nllne the petition of James
Kirkham prajingfoKpartitfon of the estate
of Martha Kirkhaidjaeceascd
It is ordered thaqSIonday tho 12th day of
March A U 1S94 afllO oclock am of that
day at toe office ofKtlio probate judge at the
courthouse in Provo city Utah county Uta
territory bo appoint for hearing said petition
tion and that the clGrk give notice thereof by
causing notices to fposted < up according to
ic mrslft
law I and that I a copy5 this order be published
in THE DibiuTCH f f four week3 uefore said
day of hearingj
HF J JOKES
Prjbate Judge
Dated February lOtti 1894
TERRITORY OF UTA1Tc1
COUNTY OF tITAn f 58
t
I V I Halliday clerk of the JINbato court
in and for Utah county territory oi Utah
hereby certify that the forego g is a full
true and correct copy of the oril nal order for
notice of application for par lion of the
estate of Martha Kiriham decce ed and now
on file and recordUn my ofllc
Witness my hand and the seal ol aid court at
my officojtin Provo c y this 10th
SEAL day of February An 1894
f V L HA iiDAY
Clerk of the probate court Utal countv U T
lTOTWE TO CREDITORS STATE OF
NOTIOE deceast13TATE
1 Mary A Quinney deceast1 1 Notice Is i
hereby given by undersigne 2xccutors of
the estate of Mary A Quinn y deceased
to tho creditors ofjand all pp sons havIng
claims against the sa1d deceasd I to exhibit
them with the necessary youche s within four
months after the first publication of this no
tice to tho said executors at theIr residence in
Provo City Utah county Utah Territory
LEANDSO STEEL
SUSANKA M STEEL
Executors tho estate of Jjlary A Quin
ney deceased
Dattd at Proyo City Utah January 30 3601
Booth Wilson attornevgJ executors
TSTItAY NOT i my posses
E sion the fo ff a1 animals im
pounded as est psss
One black n branded
n 0 on left thWnftQ spdt In forehead
XlOno
Ono bay mare about four yews old branded
I Men left thigh
If damage and costs on said jmimals be not
paid within 8 days from dale of this no
tice they will be sold t l bQb llst I cash bidder
at Sprmffville esray pcund all oclock p m
on the 19th day of February p94
Dated at Springvillo city Utah county
territory of Utah this 11th day of February
1894 fr
frU L BIRD
PoundkeoDor of Bald City
ESTitAT NOTICEI 11 in my posses
Li slon the following des cd anImal Im i
pounded au estray or for tre ass
Ono red cowbrandedon left hip
brnndedffB
about three years old
If damage and costs on said animal be not
paid within ten das from date of this notice
she will be sold to the highest cash bidder at
Spanish Fork city estray pound at 2 oclock
en the 22nd day of February 1894
Dated at Spanish Fork city Utah county
territory of Utah this 12th day of February
1894
HEES D JAMES
Poundkeeper of ead t ity
QUMMONS In the Justices Courtof Vine
j yard Precinct Utah county Territory of
Utah Bolero Chas O Craig Justice ot tho
Peace John N Clark plaintiff vs John
Doe delendant
To John Doe whose name is otherwise un
I known defendant You are hereby requested
to appear before this court on the 23ra day of
february A D 1894 at 10 oclock a m of said
day to answer a complaint filed against jou
wherein said plnintff claims the sum of SI 50
damages caused by your aninial trespassing
ou his premise at Vjnejard Utah county
Said animal is described as follows towit
One red cow eight yonrs old branded I I on
left hip slit in right car
And you are hereby notified that if you fail
oappeiir and answer said complaint at the
time and place aforesaid judgment will be
taken against you for 150 tho amount of said
damage tho cost keeping said animal and
ho costs of this suit
CHAS o CRAIG
Justice of the Peace
Dated this J3U day of February 1B81
t
CjUMMONS TUB DISTRICT COURT OF
O the First Judicial District of Territory
ot I tah Utah county
John Kgm plaintiff VE Mary A Egan de
emlant
The 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 the above
named plaintiff in the District Court of the
First Judicial District of the Territory of
Utah and to answer the complaint filed there
in within ten days exclusive of the day of
service after the eervice 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
dS33 or judgment by default will be taken
against you according to the prayer of this
complaint
The said act in is brought to obtain a decree
of this court dissolviucr the bonds of matri
mony existing between plaintiff and defend
ant and that plaintiff awaraea exclusive
cnreand custody ol his minor children towit
John kgao aged five years and James P
Egan aged three years and for general re
lief and for COSTS
Plaintiff alleges that on December 7 1S93
the defendant wholly disregarding her mur
riage vows at the town of P V Junction in
Utah county Utah Territorywith one Black
ey alias Ed Tracey did commit adultery
subsequent to her said marriage and has ever
since lived in an open state ol adultery with
said Blackej alias Ed Tracey as plaintiff
is informed and behevie and plainftr Is in
brined and believes and upon such informa
tion and boiler allege the fact to be that de
fendant now living at No 223 South lam
street Fort Worth Texas in an open state of
adulterywith saI llluekey alias Ed fracey
mat on said 7th day of December 18K3 the
said defendant without any cause or excuse
deserted plaintiff and his domicile and did on
said date elope with the said Blackcy alias
Ed Tracey and did on said date take with her
plaintiffs said child J ines KEgnn and now
retains custody of said minor child That by
re son of the premises the dpfondantis not a
fit and proper person to have the care custody
or training of said child
For fuller and further particulars reference
is hereby made to the plaintiffs complaInt
now on file herein
And you are hereby notified that If you fall
to appear and answer the said complaint as
above required the said plaintiff will apply
to the court forthe relief therein demanded
and costs of suit
Witness the lion Harvey WSmlth Judge
and tho Seal of the District Court
of the First Judicial District in and
SEAn for the territory of Utah this 27th
day ofJanuary in the year of our
Loid one thousand eight hundred
and ninetyfour
DH PzaaYJa Clerk
By R B TnuKMAM
Warner S Warner Deputy Clerk
Attorneys for Plaintiff
l IIARSIIALS SALE PURSUANT TO AN
MARSHALS sale decree and foreclosure
to me directed by the District Court of the
First Judicial Districtof theTerritory of Utah
I shall expose at public sale at the front door
ol the county courthouse in the city of
Provo county of Utah and territory Utah
on the filth day of February A D 1894 at 12
o clock m all the right title claim and in
terest of Andrew J Stewart Jr and Melissa
It Stewart his wile Andrew J Stewart Sr
and Mary Stewart his wile Uobert L Gamp
bell William Campbell George Ever tt and
William M Egan defendantsof in and to the
following deseribodrjal estate situate lying
and being in Henjamlurrccinct I Utah county
Utah Territory and described as follows
towit
Tho description and particular boundarIes
of the property authorized to be sold under
and by virtue of this decree so far as the
same can be ascertained from the mortgage
referred to or from the complaint filed In
this action arc as follows towit
Said laud being situated in the precinct of
Benjamin county of Utah Utah Territory
towit Beginning at one quarter section cor
ner between sections thirty 30 and thirtyou
31 townshipeight south of range two easto
talt Lak meredian and running thence
1 3 thstlfd io
south fifteen and seventy hundreths 1570
chains thence north 891A degrees cast clove
and thirty hundreths 1130 chains thence
south 4 degree west twentytwo and twenty
live hundreths 22 25chainsthence north 89
degrees west twenty one and thirty hun
dreths 2130 chains th nco north 4 degree
east twentytwo and thirty hundretns ± iJO
chains thence north 89 degrees west Ily
5 chains thence north y degree east twenty
2 < J < hains thence north fail H degrees eat
three chains thence north l2 degree cast
sixteen 10 chains thence cast eleven 11
chains thence south twentyone 21chains to I
place of beginning of boundary Area 100
acres be the t arne more or less
To be sold as the property of Andrew J
Stewart Jr and Melissa It Stewart his wile
Andrew J Stewart Sr and Mary Stewart his
wife Robert L Campbell William Campbell
George Everett and William M Egan at the
suit of A H Raleigh
Terms of sale cash
Dated February 11894
NAIM BmaiiAM r S f1rshal
By THOMAS FOWLEH Deputy Maishul
John M Cannon attorney lor plaintiff
T EGAJj nuriUKi1 pija ELitviiiij
Cli Yr h1J tt
JU Court in and lot Utah county territory
of Utah
In tho matter of the estate of Robert T
Thomas deceased
Order for notice of application
On reading and filing the petition of Cham
cey Thomas Sylvanus Thomas and Joseph
TttiouitiB ildlrs of said deceased praying for tim
partition ol the estate of Robert T Thomas
deceased
It is ordered that Saturday tho 10th day
of March A D 194 at 10 oclock a m of
that day at theomce of the probate judge at
the courthouse in Provo city Utah county
Utah Territory he appointed for hearing said
petition and that the clerksive notice there
of by causing notices to be nosted up accord
ing to law and a copy of this order be pub
lished in THE DISPATCH for four weeks before
said day of hearing
J D JONES
Probate Judge
Dated February 6 1894
TERRITORY OF UTAH l
COUNTY OF UTAH fos
1 V L Halliday clerk of the probate court
in and for Utah county Territory of Utah
hereby certify that the foregoing is a full
true and correct copy of the original order
for notice of application for partition of the
estate of Bobert T Thomas deceased and
now on file and of record In my office
Witness my hand and the seal of said court
at my office in Provo city this 6th
SEAL day of February A D 1894
V L HALLIDAY
ProbatoClerk Utah County UT
rARSHALS SALEPURSDANTTO AN EX
111 ecution to mo directed by the District
court of the First Judicial District of the
territory of Utah I will olSen for wale at the
front door of the county courthouse in
Provo city Utah county Utah territory
on the 1st day of March A D Ib94at the hour
of 12 oclock M all the right title claim and
interest of Samuel Liddiard Joab Collins
George Cook Charles Cook and Aquilla Uo
lins of in and to the following described real
property towit
Commencing 1700 chains south of the north
east corner of the southeast M of section 3
toi nship7 south of range 2 east Salt Lake
meredian thence south 1000 chains thence
west one degree north 2GO chains thence
north one degree east 10 00chains thence cast
one degree south U4G chains Area 253100
acres
Also commencing 1700 chains south of the
northwest corner of the southwest tL of sec
tion 2 township 7 south of rage 2 east Salt
Lake mcredian thencfl south 1000 chains
thence east one degree south 210 chains
thence north one degree east 1000 chains
thence west one degree north 2 chains Area
2 47 acres less that piece or parel of land oc
cupied hi county reid running through the
above described land
Commencing 307 chains north of thn south
east corner ol lot 4 in section 4 township 7
south of range 2 east Salt Lake mcredian
thence north992 chains thence north j8Y de
grees westgGO chains thence south Ji degree
west 52 chainsthence south 8Sf degrees caRt
875 chains Area 860100 acres All in Utah
county Utah Territory
Said property standing on the records of
said Utah county in the name of Aquillu Col
lins
To be sold as the property of Samuel Lid
diard Joab ColJins George Cook Charles
Cook and Aquilla Collins at the suit of Joo i
Daniels
NAT M BRIGHAM
U S Mai shnl
By WO NonnELL Deputy Marshal
Dated Provo Utah February 7th 894
LEGAL NOTICEIN THE PROBATE
L Court in and for Utah County Torritorj
of Utah In the matter of the estate of Wit
lam H Winn deceased
Order for notice of Application
On ro < ding and filing the petition of W H
Wino praying for partition of the estate of
W H Winn deceased
It Is ordered that Monday the 12th day of
March A D 1894 at 10 oclock a m ot that
day at the office of the probate judge at the
courthouse in Provo city Utah county Utah
territory be appointed for hearing said peti
tIon and that the clerk give notice thereof by
causing notices to be nested up according to
law and that a copy of this order published
in THE DISAATCH for four weeks before said
day
J D JONES
Probate Judge
Dated February 10 181
Territory of Utah L I
County of Utah f68
I V L Halliday Clerk of the Probate Court
in and for Utah county Territory of Utah
hereby certify that the foregoing is a full
true and cnirect copy of the origiial order for
otico of application for partion rt the estate
01 Wm H Wino deceased and low on file
and of record in my office
Witness my hand and the seal of sad court at
my office In Provo CItj this 10th
SEAL day of February A D 1194
V L HALLWAY
Clerk of tho Probate CourtUtah county U T
A
prov City Plan ing MiD r
Manufacturers and Dealers in
All Kinds of Building Supplies Estimates Furnished
Building OOD tracts Made
Correspondence promptly attended to Located corner of H and 3d Telephone Nc 32
ELJWARD SONS Props Provo City Utah
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
SAMUEL A KING
ttorneyat Law
Collections Promptly Attended to
O ce First Matlonal Bank Building Provo
R E KNOWLDEN
Life Fire Insurance GENERAL AGENT
Accident tlate glass Money to Loan
Livestock
Rubberstamps PROVO UTAH
W ILLIAM H KING
Attorneyatlaw
Rooms 5 and Building 7 First National Bank Ii
PROVO UTAH i
J E BOOTH E A WILSON A L BOOTH
BOOTH WILSON
Atto r n ey sat Law
No 23 North J Street
PROVO UTAH
A i DGASH
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AttorneyatLaw
Room 7 County Courthouse
PROVO CITY UTAH
S R THURMAN
AttorneyatLaw
Rooms 1 and 3 First National Bank Building
PROVO UTAH
M M WARNER I F P WARNER
WARNER WARNER
Attys and Counselors
At Law
Rooms 13 Is 14 Union Block Provo City Utah
WHITECOTTON JOHN
Attorneysatlaw
Rooms 11 and 12 National BanK Block
PllOVO CITY UTAH
M M KELLOGG E CORFMAN
KELLOGG COEFMAN
AttorneysatLaw
Room 1 Hines Building
Provo City Utah I I
SK KJJNG
Attorneyat Law
OtHcoin National Bank of Commerce Buildin
on 7th Street
PROVO CITY UTAH
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AttorneyAtLaw
Provo Utah
W HUFF I CO
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DETISTS
Office on J Street up stairs Opposite
Postoffice Provo
RF REED
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DENTIST
Office over Pyne and Maibens Drug
Store Provo Utah
McCURTAIN M D
AMcCURTALN
Physician and Surgeon
Office rooms 3 and 4 Hines Block Provo
Office hours to 12 a m2 to 4pm
Residencoone block north of First ward meet
ing house Residence telephone No 4f of
fice telephone No Oi1
R D 0 MINER
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Surgeon U P Ry
Office and Residence
Main St Nplii
C WATKINS
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fircliileGi and Superintendent
Office In Union Block
PROVO UTAH
WOOLEN MILLS SCRIP TAKEN
AT PAR
In Payment For
LUMBER
SHINGLES
SASH DOORS
PAINTS and
PINON PINE
WOOD
KINDLVNC WOOD
PROVO CITY LUMBER CO OII
W J ROSS Manager
Telephone 31 P 0 Box 273
JCMURPHYGO
MANTTFATOIIERS OF
Stencils Seals Steel and Rubber Stamps
Notary Corporation and Society Seals
A Sp Jlalty
Nol 218 South Main Street Salt
City Utah
Becks Jowolry Storo
NEW GOODS NEW GOODS
Diamonds Watches Silverware Ect
Prices to Suit the Times
Expert Watchmaker and Optician
If you want anything done in watch repairing it will
pay you to call and see me In Pyne Maibens
Drug Store Centre St Provo
Jil BECK The Jeweler
lOOK OUT FOR OUR STOCKTAKING
SALE
Farrer Brosij Co
Announce the Following Prices
For Cash
Nuts of all kinds 20c per Ib I Currants 4lbs for 25c
Peanuts 16c per Ib I Seedless Raisins 124c per lb
Stick candy lie per Ib ljrunes 12ic per lb
Mixed candy 15c per Ib Dates 12ic per lb
Orange Citron and Lemon I Crackers at Factory Prices
Peel 20c per lb Salmon Canned for 12ic
3 Crown Raisins 4lbs for 25c I
Will Meat all FigUres oi > FloUr
Gut Figures oo Shoes Underwear
and Dry Goods
Call and See us We Guarantee Satisfaction
IHOTE MORGA
F LRECTEU1S9011 RGAN
Rates from 100 to 250 per day
AMEii1cAN ANP EUOPEAW PLAJ1
Convenient to all Busiaess lortions of the City
Electric JJells Hot and Cold Water Steam Heat
Electric Light in Every Room Hot and Cold Bathe
Steam Elevator Fire Escapes on Every Floor
Good Sample Rooms Dining Room on Fifth Floor
JOHN J1rtOJGAN Prop SaR Lake GSfcy JJa h
SAfllUEl llDDIARD
Contractor and Builder
Estimates Promptly Furnished on any kind of Work
coRREpoNpEp4cE sOL1clTEJh
PrCoUo Utab
E Union Pacific System
b S Time Table In Effect Nov 26 1893
PlCTOt
SOUTH I Subject to change with I NORTH
out notICe
11010 N O 2
Levs Daily STATIONS Ar Daily
145 i m Ogden 740 pm
800 II II
900 Of LehiJuDction 510 u
903 I Lehi 507
909 H AmericanFork501
915 Pleasant Grove455 u
927 Lake View 443 c
940 u Provo 4 30 u
949 u Springville 421
956 SpanishFork414
1003 BenJamIn 407
102 Payson 358 u
1021 H Santaquin eo 349 Co
1110 c Nephi 300
457 Moroni 25 H
535 Ephraim 1250 Co
600 1 Manti 1225 II
1145 Juab 225
Arrive Dally Leave Dally
1210 p m Juab 225 pm
Milford 605 Dep
810 p m
1000 p m Frisco 430 a mv
Trains South of Juab run daily except Sunday
Trains Leaye Salt Lake for O rien daily at 700 a m 930 am 245 700pm
Trains leave Ogden for Salt Lake daily at l4fiam OOam 325pm 615pm
Logan Train leaves Provo at 430 p m Salt Lake 245pm at Logan 640 pm
Service between Provo and Eureka leave Pnvo 430 p m arrive Eureka
11 50 a m leave Eureka 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 get our figures
For further information as to rates maps etc write to your nearest Unlona
Pacific ticket agent
SHHOLRK I
OLIVER W MINK
E ELLERY ANDERSON Receivers
FREDRICK R COQDERT
JOHN A DOANE I
GEO W CRAIG Agt Provo Utah
E L LOMAX D E BURLEY
Gcn1 Pass imdTkt Arl Genl Agt Pass Dept
Bait Laxe Utah
B DICKINSON Genl Manager

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