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The Evening dispatch. (Provo, City, Utah) 1891-1895, March 03, 1894, Image 4

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The only Pure Cream Tartar Powder No Ammonia No Alum
Used in Millions of Houses 40 Years the Standard
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THE EVENING DISPATCH
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PROVO CITY MARCH 1894
ON THE WING
SPRING dress goods just arrived at
Irvine Barneys 11
CALICOES from two cents upwards at
T G WEBBERS
FOR bargainE in spring jackets go to
Chicago Bankrupt store
OIL paintings the finest ever shown
In the city at the Chicago Bankrupt
store
BARGAINS in jewelry clocks and sil
verware at the Chicago Bankrupt
store
BARGAINS in souvenir spoons and
silverware at the Chicago Bankrupt
store
Hoods Pills do not weaken but aid
digestion and tone the stomach Try
them
FRESH oysters by the can Yor in bulk
at B F Fleiners in the Southworth
block
Hoods Pills cure all Liver Ills Bil
iousness Jaundice Indigestion Sick
Headache
SOME twentyeight couples enjoyed
themselves in the I 0 O F hop last
evening
DR KARL G MAESERS address has
been changed to 177f Oak Street San
Francisco Cal
ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENTS per
dozen for cabinet photos for a few
days by C A Conkling
I ROM 100 up received on savings
deposits
J B TWELVES Cashier
THE midwinter sale ot seasonable
goods at TG WEBBERS
A GOOD warm comfortable ulster
for 100 at T G WEBBERS
IMPROVE your old homes are bu ild
new ones Terms given to suit owners
Geo W Mickel
WANTED full set of the American
Encyclopedia Must be away down for
cash Apply at this office
I AM prepared to build or make other
improvements on property on easy
termsGeorge W Mickel
HAVE you seen the exquisite shades
in dress goods with trimmings to match
at Irvine Barneys
FOR BALE Old papers at 25 cents
per hundred Apply to the busings
office of THE DISPATCH
DRESS goods 1 Dress goods Every
one should secure a dress pattern this
week at T G WEBBERS
AN immense sale of winter goods is
going on this week at
it T G WEBBERS
CLOSING out of dress goods at one
half price Eight day alarm clocks
from 250 up at the Chicago Bankrupt
store
REV LAVAEE will preach Sunday
morning and night The public are
cordially invided Good music solo
and anthem
P P HINDMABSHS meat market and
grocery department is leading them all
Prices down to the bottom free deliv
ery to any Dart of the city
IMPROVEMENTS made or h ouses built
long or short time payments low inter
est See me at corner of N and 8th
streetsGeo W Mickel 11
MRS A C BISHOP of Ogden wife
of the probate judge ot Weber county
is visiting with Mr and Mrs Josiah
Beck of this city for a few days
PERSONS contemplating using fruit
and packing boxes or beekeepers
supply will do well to send in orders
early to Geo W Mickel Provo
TRIED and True is the verdict of
people who take Hoods Sarsaparilla
The good effects of this medicine are <
soon felt in nerve strength restored
appetite created and health given
REV J D GiLLiLLAN presiding
elder of the Utah mission of the M E
church is in the city and made this
office a pleasant call today Be re
ports Methodism m a noursmng condi
tion
1 THE tabernacle choir concert is now
definitely set for Saturday March 10th
I A splendid program is promised with
the engagement of an enlarged orches
tra to accompany the vocal chorus and
solo parts of program
r PRO WHITK of the official photo
graphy department of the Worlds
fair will give an interesting entertain
ment at the M E church Tuesday
March 6 8 p m Admission adults
25c children 15c it
PERSONS who contemplate building
or other improvements will do well to
I consult Ward Sons of Provo as thdY
1 are prepared to furnish anything In
the building line on short nOLice at rea
sonable prices Provo City Plaining
Mills
THE masquerade at apringville last
evening was equal to all the others that
theChnetensenColeman orchestra have
been giving of late and was a grand
euccess The Provo contingent who
went over report having had a most
excellent time
THE Y L M I
I associations gave a
party last evening in the Christensen
dancing academy which was a grand I
success The success financially sur
prised the ladies All expenses were
met and their treasury was enriched by
nearly 82000
We sell Parks7 Cough Syrup on a
pOSItiVe guarantee tu cure all throat
and lung 1 trounles It has stood the
1 teat for many years and today is the
leading remedy for the cure of colds
j consumption and all the diseases of the
throat and lungs Price 50 cents and
1 U 00 Sold bv Smoot Drug Co
I TAYLOR BROS Co
are doing a I
1 rushing business with musical instru
ments even if times are dull During
1 the past week they have sold thre
pianos and two organs This in ad
dition to their regular business shows
up well Tom is a rustler when there
I is anything to do
1
The Modern Way
Commends itself to the wellinformed to
do pleasantly and effectually what was
formerly done in the crudest manner
I and disagreeably ae well To cleanse
the system and break up colds head
aches and fevers without unpleasant j
after effects use the delightful liquid I
Jsxatlve remedy Syrup of Pigs 1
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W S A
The Womans Suffrage association of
Provo met in regular session on Friday
March 7th at 2 p m in the priesthood
room Mrs Snyder presiding
After the opening exercises a list of
new names were enrolled and a re
port of the executive board called for
Excellent work is being done at the
parlor sessions held weekly in the
various wards
The meeting was very much disap
pointed by the absence of President
David John who was programed to
speak
The following pro ram was rendered
Reading Katn Field on the Admis
sion of Utah as a StateMrs Till
Song with guitar accompaniment
Mrs Ruth McAdams
Reading Womans Eights Mrs
A M Wilkins
Patrick Henrys speech before the
adoption of toe Declaration of Inde
pendence Mrs Jane Snyder
Reading Womans Exponent
Mrs Gee
Mrs Ellen Jakeiuan by request the
chairman pave a report ot the Utah
county committee who went to Salt
Lake to lay the objections of the Utah L
county ladies to certain measures I
pending before the legislature before
the territorial suffrage presidency
The county presidentElecta Bullock
explained that Mrs Wells territorial
president had done her duty by the
subject having sent out letters to all I
the county orginazations but the bills I
were so dead before the work was done I
that the ladies concluded to keep thoir
amunition for another occasion
Mrs DamelsMrs Billings and others I
spoke on vital questions
A vote of thanks was tendered Mr
Openshaw who had furnished the as
sociation with a list of names of the
women taxpayers
Twentytwo settlements are repre
sented there are 696 persons and they
payed last year 8872263
Mrs John called a meeting of the ex
ecutive committee on Friday March
16th at the vestry of the meeting
house
Adjourned to the last Friday in
March
Yesterdays Legislative Work
The council held an interesting ses
sion yesterday when the silk and beet
sugar bounty bills and the wool me
morial came up for consideration As
usual when party measures are up the
democrats overwhelmed the republi
cans with arguments staggered them
with logic and finally silenced them
with cold facts But if the majority
were beaten in denate they won simply
by force of numbers both of the meas
ures going through by a strict party
vote of 7 to S
The house rushed through a great
deal of business in its long afternoon
session The mining bill and the bill
to prevent deficits were the most im
portant ones passed The Carbon
county bill and the bill allowing coun
ties to levy special taxes were sent to
the governor
FINE oil paintings at the Chicago
Bankrupt store
THE lecture delivered by Prof J
Whitely last evening before the polyso
phical on Life was a gem The pro
grams at the polysophical are excellent
The public is fortunate in having such
a society in the city
THE Deseret News gets very fresh
news from Utah county by ignoring the
Provo dailies and clipping from the
weeklies published in other parts of
the county On Saturd4y evening last
the A Whipple fire occurred near the
mouth of Provo canyon On Monday
this paper exclusively published a full
report of the fire The News waited
for the weeklies and last nigbt for the
first time gives its readers the news of
the fire
THE opera house yesterday presented
a decidedly lively appearance the oc
casion being a childrens dance given
by the district school About eight
hundred children took advantage of
tbe opportunity given them free and
danced from 2 till 5 wearing out MIR
willing nnrps of teachers who gave
themselves up to the urgent applica
tions of the lively swarm of Utahs best
crop Much credit in 1 due the teachers
who managed the affair
THE members of the nineteenth cen
tury club and about seventyfive friends
spent several hours most enioyably last
evening at the magnificent residence
at the corner of Fifth and I streets the
home of E A Wedgwood Mrs E A
Wedgwood is vicepresident of the
club The occasion was the third anni
versary of the organization of the club
The affair was a most highly successful
reception the program of entertain
ment being wholly impromptu Pro
fessor Franck presided at the piano
Refreshments most dainty and delicate
were served
SOME friends of Mrs Mart Davis as
sistsd by her two daughters Mamie
and Ida gave her a genuine surprise
party on Wednesday evening The
company gathered at the residence of
Mrs D 1 R Beebe at 8 p m and at830
p m MId Davis was conducted in the
dining room where she was met with
a merry clapping of hands and a chorus
of surprise The house was a scene
of gaiety and mirth and the tables
with their snow white linen covers
laden with edibles the most palatable
was a tempting sight to the large com
pany who soon did justice to the many
kinds of cakes and pies which had
been nrenarprl hv the willino hnnrio nf
the surprisers The big dining i room
carpet was soon torn up and the
dancers whirled gaily to the lovely
strains of music The evening was de
voted to dancing music singing reci I
tations and cards The party lasted far
into the night and the girls ar cei tainly
to be congratulated on its success
WHO are the most famous B
and artists of both continents The
I Cosmoppliuan Magazine is endeavor
ing to answer this inquiry by printing
a list from month to month m its con
tents pages This magazine claims
that notwithstanding its extraordinary
reduction in price it is bringing the
most famous writers ana artists of
Europe and America to interest its
readers and in proof of this claim i
submits the following list of contri
t hutors for the five months ending with
iFfcbruarv I Valdes Howells Paul
I I Heyse Franciqie
Sarcey Robert
Grant John J Ingalls Lyuun Abbott
Frederick Massou Agnes Repplier J
G Wbittier posthumous Walter
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Besant Mark Twain St George Mi
vart Paul Bourget Louise Chandler
Moulton Flammarion Tissandier F
Dempster Sherman Adam Badeau
Capt King Arthur Sherburne Hardy
George Ebers De Maupasant Sir
Ed win Arnold Spielbagen Kndrew
Lang Berthelot H H Boyesen Hop
kinson Smith Lyman J Gage Danl
C Gilman Franz Von Lenbach
Thomas A Janvier And for artists
who have illustrated during the same
time Vierge Reinhart Marold F
D Small Dan Beard Jose Cabrinety
Oliver Herford Remington Hamilton
Gibson Otto Bache H S Muwbray
Olto Guillonnet F G Attwood Hop
kinson Smith Geo W Edwards Paul
de Longpre Habert Dys F H Schell
How this is done lor 150 a year the
editors of The Cosmopolitan alone
know
DR GEO SMART who has been in
Cincinnatti since early in November
last pursuing further bis studies in the
profession he is so successfully follow
ing has returned to his home after a
most thoroughly successful term at
college It was th3 doctors aim to re
main at college until June but he over
worked himself and bec tine sick It is
his aim now to recuperate for a month
ur so and then open an office and begin
anew the practice of medicine and sur
gery While east he has had opportun
ities the most favorable and comes
home buoyantly enthusiastic in the I
great study of the human system His
patients will receive the benelits of
his advancement The doctor m a
very entertaining chat last even
ing reviewed the miseries he had wit
nessed occasionally by the hard times
and succeeded well in making the re
porter feel glad that his lot is cast in
Utahand not in any ofthe large eastern
cities this winter THE DISPATCH was
a welcome visitor at the doctors apart
ment while at the college and it
carried to him regularly news that was
indeed pleasant Enjoying himself at
college in comfortable quarters he wit
nessed the misery and evidences of
hard times all around him and thought
of his own home and the people of
Provo and wondered if they were also
suffering He would pick up THE DIS
PATCH and read that the woolen
mills continued to run that the mer
chants were dbing a good business
that the people were enjoying them
selves in grand masquerades dances
and socials that tbe wards were hay ng
reunions and taking good care of the
poor and he knew that all is well in
Zion and was comforted
ME LITTLE FOLKS
Tho Popcorn Man
Theres a queer little man lives down the
street
Where two of the broadest highways moot
In a queer little house thats half of it claw
With windows open to all who pass
And a low little roof thats nearly flat
And a chimney as black as papas best hat
Oh the house is built on this funny plan
Because its the home of the popcorn maul
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How does he sleep if he Bleeps at all
He must roll up like a rubber ball
Or like a squirrel and store himself
All huddly cuddly under the shelf
If ho wanted to stretch hod scarce have space
In his bare little spare little square littlo
place
He seems like a rat cooped up in a can
This brisk little frisk little popcorn maul
I know hes wise by tho way he looks
For hes just like the men Ive seen in books
With his hair worn off and his squinty eyes
And his wrinkles toooh I know hes wisel
And than just think of the way he makes
The corn all jump into snowy flakes
With a pop popl popl in his covered pan
This queer little dear little popcorn manl
Clinton Scollard in St Nicholas
Every woman over 21 years or age
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
CHURCH NOTICES
TABEUNACLE LATTERDAY SAINTS J and
8th
Regular Sunday Services at 2 pm
Sunday School in each ward except the 4th
which joins the B Y Academy at 10 am
A 0 SMOOT President
CONGREG ATIONAL Cor J and 10th
Morning Service 11 a m to be followed
by the reception of nov members and the
Lords Supper
Sunday school at 10 a m
Christian Endeavor Society 645 pm
Evening Service 730 p m Tho Pastor
will speak upon The Story of Lotan Ex
ample in Profit and Loss Everybody wel
come
S ROSE Pastor
BAPTIST CHURCH K bet Sth and Eth
Sunday School 10 a m
Morning Service 11 a m
Evening services 7 p m
J C ANDREWS Pastor
METHODIST EPIS OPArJ TT botHh nn i f h
Sunday Schot i 10 am u
Morning Service 11 a m
Junior Leage 4 D m
Epworth League 630 p m
Evening Services 730 p m Subject Who
is the Lord that I should obey His voice or
Christianity against Infidelity All are in
vited
W H LA VAKE Pastor
CATHOLIC Cor K and Sth
Matins 6 am
High Mass 1U am
Vespers 730pm
REV WALTER SCANLON Pastor
Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder
Worlds Fair Highest Medal and Diploma
Wanted
By tho trustees of Vineyard school dis
trIct sealed proposals for the building
of it schoolhouse in said district in
whole or in part in accordance with
plans and specifications which shall be
furnished by the trustees All pro
posal will be opened at Vineyard
sehoolhouae on ihe 31st day of March
1S91 alIl oclock The i
at a m board re
serves the right to reject any and all
bids and shall require of such contrac
tor or contractors a bond in double the
amount of the contract conditioned
that he or they will perform the cor di
Lions of the contract in a faithful man
ner and in accordance with its pro jis
ions All necessary information v tilJ
be furnished by the clerk of the boa d
All communications should be id
dressed to John Gillies clerk of board
Lake View P 0 Utah county Utah
CHRISTEN SORENSEN <
WILLIAM D LEWIES
JoaN GILLIES
Trustees
Dated this the 27th day of February <
1894 at vineyard Utah county Utah
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Mrs Judge Pook
Dyspepsia
Mrs Judge Peck Tells How
She Was Cured
Sufferers from Dyspepsia should read the following
lowing letter from Mrs H M Peck wife of
Judge Peck a justice at Tracy Cal and a writer
connected with the Associated Press I
By a deep sense of gratitude for the great
benefit I have received from the use of Hoods
Sarsaparilla I have been led to write the follow
ing statement for the benefit of sufferers who
may be similarly afflicted For 15 years I have
been a great sufferer from dyspepsia and
Heart Trouble
Almost everything I ate would distress me I
tried different treatments and medicines but
failed to realize relief Two years ago a friend
prevailed upon me to try Hoods Sarsaparilla
The first bottle I noticed helped me so I con
tinued taking it It did me so much good that
m > friends spoke of the Improvement I have
received such great benefit from it that
Gladly Recommend It
I now have an excellent appetite and nothing I
eat ever distresses me It also keeps up toy
HoodsS Cures
flesh and strength I cannot praise Hoods
Sarsaparilla too much Mns H M PBCK
Traoy California Get HOODS
Hoods Pills are hand made and perfect
In proportion and appearance 25c a box
A Word to the People
I am now prepared to supply the
wants of my many friends in this city
and elsewhere with all kinds of
olI
groceries as well as the best and I
cheapest flour in town as we now carry
a full line of staple and fancy groceries
with our large stock of Sour We
shall be pleased to again have the
privilege of serving our old friends
with their daily necessities Call and
see us Free deliyery
J R BOSHARD Azent
Provo Opera House
J GRAHAM Manager
ONE NIGHT
SATURDAY MARCH 3 1894
The play that has been the reigning
success for four years the play that
has made a million people laugh
THE COMEDY NOVELTY
OLE OLSON
Interpreted by an entirely new com
pany that can sing dence and act
New High Class Specialties
IPPROPIKTE SCENERY
AND
Standard Mechanical Effects
Advance sale of Reserved Seats on
Fridav March 210 a m at the Provo
Book Store
GREATLY
REDUCED
RATES
FOB THE
CALIFORNIA
Ift l I
LY1QWlnter tlr
VIA THE LINES OF THE
R G W Ry or U P System
and Southern Pacific Co
ROUND TRIP TICKETS
COOD for 30 DAYS
Provo City to San Francisco
AND RETURN
3840
Including FIVE Gate Tickets to the Fat r
EXCURSION TRIPS
PROM SAN FRANCISCO to other points in
California will be allowed nurclmsers of
special Midwinter Fair tickets at tho following
roundtrip rates
TO STATIONS UNDER 150 MILES FRO r
SAN FRANCISCO ONE AND ONETHIRD
oneway fare
TO STATIONS 150 MILES OR MORE FROM
SAN FRANCISCO ONE AND ONEFIFTH
oneway faro
For exact rates and full Information in
quire of G W CRAIG U P Rv Atrentor
U R ALEY R G W Ity Agent at Provo
City Utah or address the undersigned
HICHD GRAY T H GOODMAN
Gen Traflie llanagerGen Passenger Agent
SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO
SAN FRANCISCO GAL
SUMMONS Inthe Justices Court of Span
ish Fork precinct Utah county Utah
Territory Before James L Hales Justice of
the Peace William B John plaintiff vs John
Doe defendant
To John Doe whoso name is otherwise un
known defendant You are hereby requested
to appear before this court on the 10th day of
March iJjIoift at 10oclock a m of said
flay Co answer a complaint filed against you
wherein said plaintiff claims the sum of 1 CO
r damages caused by your animals trespassing
on his premises at Spanish Fork precinct
Said l animals are described follows towlt
One black steer about four years old
branded g jiblJS on left ribs with crop off
len ear Mill uuu uuuur csiupuiu ujfiii ear
One red and white heifer TOP Off each ear
branded a M jgfijig on left ribs
And you are hereby notified that if you fail
to appear and answer said complaint at the
time and tilace aforesaid judtrnvnt will be
taken gainst you to 100 the amount said
damage the cost 9 keeping said animals and
tIle costs of this suit
JAMES L HALES
Justice of thePoaco
Patd this let day of March a 0 iso
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First National Bank
OF PROVO
A 0 SMOOT President
W R PIKE Vicepresident
D A SWAN Cashier
DIRECTORS
J C GRAHAM GEO Q CANNON
GEO TAYLOR J P E JOHNSON j
LF SUELTS
General Banking Business
Transacted
Exchange drawn on New York Chi
cago San Francisco and all the
Principal Cities of Europe
Safety deposit boxes for rent at3 per
annum and upward
TAYOR BROS CO
ARE
Receiving Daily
Carpets
Furoi tare
Wall paper
Lace and Chenelle Curtains
For Spring Trade
TAYLOR BROS CO
PROVO CITY UTAH
UTAHl
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Do You Know
Have You Seen
Have You Heard
WHAT
That we are offering the greatest grandest and most
stupendous Bargains
BARGAINS GENUINE BARGAINS
B RGAINS in Odds and Ends Remnants Dress Goods Shoes
in Fact in Everything
We are reducing our enormous stock and getting ready for large shipments of Spring Goods
soon to arrive Bear in mind that 8100 saved is 300 earned and
We are The People n
That can save you money The one that can save
you money is the one that you are looking for
Never pass our place Never overlook our
store Never overlook such prices
as these
L L Sheeting for 50 a yard
Canton flannel 5c a yard
JUSt a feW Shirting 4ca yard Just a few
Calicos for 5c a yard
the best make
of Our Carpet warp of Our
105 for 5 Ibs
Shoes for Men for Y5c and up
Stunners Shoes for children 30c and up Stunners
Shoes for Ladies 100 and up
We can fit you in the heaviest 9 oz Rivited Overalls for 50o And so we can go on enu
merating
LOTS AND LOTS
Of other of the most stupendous efferings But space nor time mil permit us to mention
Come poon the quantity is limited Yours always for the bigg Jbargains
NEW YORK CASH STORE
° H JACOBSON Prop 14Qentr6 St Provo H
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