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THE EVENJNG DISPATCH
JOHN L BARTOW Editor and Prop
Entered at the 1ostoillce Provo Utah for
ransmisslon through the mails as second
alass matter
The office ot THE EVENING DISPATCH is
ocated half block north of the First National
Bank
Al communications should be addressed to
THE DISPATCH Provo Utah
NOTICE
Mr E S Uowoy is a regular solicitor and
ollcctor for the Daily and SemiWeekly
DISPATCH His contracts and receipts will be
d 1 Iv respected by this officeJMJ
JMJ i BABTOW
NOTICE
No order from this office will be recognized
In settlement unless signed by
JOHN L BARTOW
PROVO CITY JULY 13 1894
BEFORE HIS EXCELLENCY
As THE DISPATCH indicated the Utah
statehood bill lingered but a briet mo
ment in the house where it originated
the house wisely concurring in the
amendments made by the senate It
is now before the president and doubt
less ere this article is read by the peo
ple that functionary will have given it
his approval We wonder if the good
people of Utah yet realize all that is
contained in this measure for her
good The stigma which has always
rested upon her among the gentiles of
the outside world is wiped out by this
great act of national recognition She
is brought up to a perfect social poli
tical and moral equality with her
sisters of the union She IS no longer
a swadled political babe in the cradle
or puling half formed youth in leading
strings She acts for herself bhe
thinks for herself She assumes
all the responsibilities and will
herself reap all the glories of a perfect
government built up upon solid rea
sonable aid logical foundations The
long agony doubt fear and expect
ancy is now happily = over The chains
have fallen from her fair limbs She
stands alone and is able to do it with
credit to herself and with advantage
to her sister states She is the first
silver producing or soon will become
the first silver producing state in the
union She will also soon be now
that she has become a state the first
gold producing state These two pro
ducts will serve alone to make her
illustrious She will lead in the good
work of the restoration of silver and
such is the equipoise on this silver
question that the addition of Utahs
two senators and two representatives
will turn the scale for the white metal
She will lead in the charge She is
equipped with the men and she will
haye the largest mines and haaviest
operators to give authority to her ut
A CPR on this momertous subject
She will lead western sentiment
Colorado has fallen back by reason of
the warring factions within her bound
aries New Mexico is neither equipped
nor situated to take the leadership But
Utah by reason of her central position
and other advantages can take the first
place at the head of the silver column
with propriety as well as advantage
The young state will be no holliday
soldier in the army of progress She
comes into fight for superiority and
she will win if the prize for excellence
is to be given him who best merits it
Her material achievements are already
extensive and important Her peo
ple are most admirably trained to take
charge of her vast interests Site has
mills forges schools colleges and uni
versities She has cities towns vil
lages and an agricultural development
jit the very start which many states do
not have after forty years of statehood
All this illustrates in a very forcible
way how grandly the territory is fitted
for statehood and by reason of this
forwardness one cannot understand
why the republican party has not given
it to her long since Ask the republi
can leaders why and they must
tell you that they doubted the sin
cerity patriotism and good sense ot
the people to the extent that they were
afraid to confer such a boon to place
so much power in the hands ot the
people of Utah Now it remains to be
seen if these same people are willing to
replace that party in power in the ne
state with this great indignity offered
to a virtuous and an unoffending peo
ple still unatoned for
Well done for the democracy well
done for the senate well done for the
house and doubly well done for Raw
lins
THE Tribune complains of the sneer
ing of a cotemporary The poor Trib
The cotemporary should sneer no
more That ancient but charmingly
innocent paper oetween the energy of
a democratic congress here of late and
I its remembrance of what the republi
can party might have done but lid
not as well as the clear certainty of
democratic victory in Utah this fall is
in a devil of a pickle to be sure Deal I
gently with the charming old super
numerary His misery is almost too
great to be borne
DEBS isnt much of a hero after all
How could he be with such a name
tagged to him Debs is a poor spirited
man While he had the AB U at
his back be was only a big bulldoze
Now that the order has turned its back
upon him he has only the com age of
the mudsucker The people make
their idols ot very funnv materials
sometimes This last strike is an in
stance if ever there was one
II A DEMOCRATIC congress prodded
along by republicans has passed the
statehood bill says the Standard
The republicans must claim a hand in
the good work in some way or they are
lost TUe democratic minority kept
prodding the republican ln majority fqr
thirty years on this matter but that
majority didnt give UB statehood The
republicans could sell out their inter
est in statehood very cheaply and still
suffer no perious loss
I TIlE Sentinel of Grand Junction
Colo claims that Rev J 1 L Vallow
charges the ladies of the theatrical
profession with being lewd women
without exception If so we could
suggest an improvement in the orthog
raphy of the reverend gentlemans
name We would substitute sh for
the uv Mr V has been sleeping too
close to the moon we fear
THE Herald thus gently announces
the change of the time of publication
and politics of the Ogden Standard
A shaky country paper which has
changed its time of publication an
nounces also change of policy It has
been posing as a republican sheet now
it will be independent and further it
proposes to give all the news and tell
the truth Well if it keeps that
promise the change will be radical in
deed
THE democratic administration baa
conferred three great benefices upon
Utah within the last few days the ap
pointment of King judge the state
hood bill and the opening of the reser
vations of Uintan and Uncompahgre
The people are grateful
THAT enthusiastic and giddy young
thing the Tribune sees good in the
late strike That is the first expres
sion of approval we have as yet seen
from any respectable source commend
ing the late causeless and senseless
strike
IT would be real curious to note how
much real satisfaction one could find i
among republicans over the passage
of the statehood bill These Utah re
publicans fight shy of the democratic
blessings for the territory
THE attempt upon the life of as
harmless a fellow as the Prince of
Wales is the most ridiculous event in
which anarchy has yet figured
TUB Knights of Labor is today a
pretty body of men to demand the im
peachment of the president of the
United States isnt it
THE statehood bill and the Uintah
reservation opening are great demo
cratic engines for the coming campaign
THERE is room entertainment and
fishing ground for ten thousand trout
fisherman in Utah county alone
The Why and Vharelore
There is nothing marvelous in the
fact that Hooda Sarsaparilla should
cure so many diseases When you re
member that a majority of the dis
orders flesh is heir to are due to im
pure or poisonous condition of the
Hloifl 1 irt that TTnnrtS RflrqannriHg i °
anWective aid radical blood purifier
the whole thing is explaihed
Besides its blood purifying qualities
Hoods Sarsaparilla also contains the
beet vegetable stomach tonics diure
tics kidney remedies and liver inyigor
ants and is thus an excellent specific
for all disorders of these organs as
well as for low condition of the system
or that tired feeling
How Old Arc You
A gentleman in this city the other
day in speaking of an old lady said
that he doubted if she knew how old
she really was When reasoned with
for the enormity of this statement he
persisted in it and said further that
he doubted if onequarter of the peo
ple in New England counting every
person could tell his or her birthday
and age When the statement was
made I doubted it as loudly as any
one hi the room but with the lapse
of time and with investigation I am
more than half inclined to be a con
vert to his belief I asked 10 men
whom Iknow perfectly well and who
are supposed to be able to tell the
time of day how old they were One
of them lied I am satisfied of that
for I happen to know when his birth
day is myself The other nine an
swered honestly enough but only
three were able to give the day and
year Seven gave the year two said
I am so many years old but did not
give the year or the day of the month
Eastern Argus
A Famous Walking Match
Thomas Bailey Aldrich the poet
The Atlantic
for many years editor of
Monthly was one of the characters
made notable in a celebrated walk
ing match which was got up by Dick
ens during his second visit to Ameri
ca The match was a stretch of
about six miles over the Boston mill
dam toward Newton Center In the
articles of agreement the signatures
were stated to be
The Boston Bantam J R Ospcd
Massachusetts JemmyJames T Fields
The Gads Hill GaspcrCharlesDickens
At the dinner given by the con
testants at the Parker House in Bos
ton after the fatigues of the match
were over there were present be
sides the above
Hyperion H W Longfellow
Rosen Blglo J R Lowell
The Autocrat O W Holmes
The Bad Boy TB Aldrich
Curtis Guild Boston Bulletin
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the sum of ONE HUNDRED DAL
LARS for each and every case ot
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ber A D 1886
J
J A W GLEASON
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Tho King of Liver Medicines
II I have used yourSlmmons Liver Regu
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A 0 U W Excursion
Big excursion to Saltair July 17th
given by the A O U W Lodges of
Utah county
Train leaves Round trip
PayEon 755 am 3176
Spanish Ftrk807 am 165
Springville 816 am 150
Provo825ani 150
American Fork 845 a m 125
Lehi 852am 125
Arrive at Salt Lake 945 a m Special
train returning leaves Salt Lake de ot
1040 pm
Quarterly Conference
The regular quarterly conference of
the Utah Stake will be held In the
stake tabernacle commencing Satur
day July 14 1894 at 10 oclock a m
The saints are invited to attend
A 0 S roOT
DAVID JOHN
EWD PARTRIDGE
Stake Presidency
W P BAYES of 2405 Jones street
Omaha Neb says of Parks Sure
Cure My wife has been constitu
tionally wrecked for years Tri d
everything fruitlessly My druggists
persuasion backed bv his guarantee
induced me to buy a bottle of Parks
Sure Cure The results are truly won
derful Parks Sure Cure for the Liver
and Kidneys is a positive specific for
the disease ot Women Sold by Smoot
Drug company
h A Had Case
S D Eadmall has opened a Singer
Sewing Machine office at 71 West
Center street Provo and has for sale
I machine needlesattachmeuteparts the
I best oil tile Singer maceinein all styles
I Instructions given All repairs at
r rf1pd rn Mnchinea old on easy Tay
mente Payments can be made at tins
otlice
Change Cars
Nay Nay Not if you make the trip
via the Chicago Union Pacific
Northwestern Line Fewest changes
to Chicago and other eastern cities
Through vestibuled trains composed of
Dining cars first and Eecondclaes
sleepers and Free Reclining Chair
carsFor full information call on or ad
dress
G W CRAIG
Agent U P System
Extra Notice
The reason why the Coop are sell
ing their goods so cheap is that they
have stopped the credit system and are
selling strictly for cash
Maid Wife or Widow
need never fear to make that contem
plated trip east if she will trust to the
Chicago Union Pacific Nortweatern
Line Quickest time Fewest changes
Union Depots
For full information call on or ad
dress
G W CRAIG
Agent U P System
Baunsclieidtisin
FAIKVIEW CITY Utah Feb 3rd 94
FREDERICK RAILE ESQ
Provo City
DEAR Sratn answer to your In l
quiry about what effect the machine
had whi h I bought from you will say
my wife was down with rheumatism
most of the time last winter and part of
last spring I spent a good deal of
money for medicines and doctor bills
She only received temporary relief l In
July I bought trom you one 01 your in
struments and one bottle of oil Since
that time I have bought another bottle
of the oil As to the result I will say
it has done more good for my wife
than all other remedies put together
which we have used My wife now is
well If she feels any pain at all she
always ends it with one application
from your instrument and the rubbing
on of the oil We have used it on our
children for sore throat and other
pain It has never failed in giving
relief 1 would be more than wilHng
to aid YOU in helping others if I could
do so Yours very truly
SWEN NlELSON
Farmers Attention
Money loaned on irrigated farms at
10 per cent per annum Write or ap
ply personally to
SAMUEL COKNABY
Spanish Fork Utah
Notice to Taxpayers
Complaints in regard to the assessed
value of any property or application
for abatement or remission of taxes for
the current year must be made to the
board of equalization at the county
courthouse in Provo city between
Thursday the 19th day of Julv and
Saturday the 28th day of July 1894
both days inclusive between the hours
of 10 a mand4 pn or be forever
barred according to the provisions of
the law By order of the county court
I V L HALLIDAY
County Clerk
He Didnt do a Thing
but make the trip to Chicago on the
Chicago Union Pacific Northwest
ern Line Why Time the quickest
solid vestibuled train no change of
coach at tho Missouri River Through
first and secondclaes Sleepers and
Dining Cars
For full information call on or ad
dress
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every day in nantities to suit at 50
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The Holdway Park grounds con
sisting thrBacres on West Main be
tween Twelft and Thirteenth streets
A uply at this thee
Houses for Item
Apply to Evan Wride corner C and
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UnIONSl THE DISTRICT COURT OF
S the First Judicial District of the territory
ot Utah Utah county
Dennis Sullivan plaintiff vs John Beck
Henry Rice Jonathan Itlco William StiX
Dayid Kiseman BenjamIn Msemnand Elias
Michael partners urfder the name of Rico
Stix Co John J Gushing Charles E
Powell J A Cunningham and Henry E Tay
lor defendants
The people ofl the Territory of Utah send
greeting to John Been Henry Rice Jonathan
Rico William Stir David Eiseman Benjamin
Kiseman and Elias Michael partners under
The name of Rico Stix Co John J Gushing
Charles E Powell 1 A Cunningham and
Henry ETaylor defendants
You are hereby required to appear in an
action brought against you by the above
named plaintiff in tho district courtof the
First Judicial District of theterritory of Utah
and to answer the complaint filed therein
within ten days exclusive I of the day of ser
vice after the service on you of this summons
If seryed within this county or if served out
of this county but in this district with
in twenty days otherwise within forty days
or judgment by default will be taken against
you according to prayer of this complaint
The said action is brought to obtain tho judg
ment and decree this court for the fore
closure of the mortgage described in said com
plaint and executed by the said defendant
John Beck on the 10th day of December 1890
and duly recorded in the oilico of the County
Recorder of tho county of Utah in the Terri
tory of Utah in book No 11 of Mortgages
pages 53 and 54 to secure the uayment of a
promissory note of tile defendant John Beck
for 125OU dated at Eureka Utah November
Uth JbttO payable ninety days att r date to
tile plain tllf or order vith interest at tile rate
of eight per cent per annum from date and
inicrest o said note at the rate of ion per
cent per annum from the 21th day of Febru
ary lJl less payments mado thereon in the
sum of two thousand dollars that the premises
conveyed by said mortgage may be sold and
tho proceeds applied to the payment of said
promissory note attorneys fees for an
amount equal to three per cent of the amount
of the judgment heroin obtained on said note
and payment of costs commissions and ex
penses of sale and In case such proceeds are
not sullicient to pay the same then to obtain
a judgment execution agni st said de
fendant Heck for tho balance remaining un
paid and also that the said defendants and all
persons claiming by through or under them
maybe barred and foreclosed of all right I
bglarl Uli
title claim lien equity of redemption and
interest in and to said mortgaged premises
and lor other and further relief as will more
fully appear by = reference to the complaint
ggib fi WcJfarsc
IN ggi F Y r
on file herein For a particular description of
the land described in said mortgage reference
is hereby made to the copy of said mortgage
filed with the said compliant as a part thereof
And you are hereby notified that if you tail
to appear and answer tho said complaint
above required tho said plaintiff will apply
to the court for the relief therein demanded
Witness the Hon Harvey Smith Judge
and tho seal of tho district court of
the First judicial district in and for
LSEALI the territory of Utah this 30th day
eJ rft
of June in ithe year of our Lord
one thousand eight hundred and
ninetyfour
D fl PEERY Jn Clerk
By F D HtadiMJOTUAM Jit Deputy Clerk
HlGOINllOTUAMj
W C Hall tittornov for plaintiff
First insertion July 21334
insertlfn
I
aJ rrnE TICEIN THE PROBATE
I Court In and for Utah county Utah
erritory
In tho matter of the estate of Simon P
Westfull aeeased
Order for notice of hearing in petition for
artitiou and assignment or dower
On reading and filing the petition of Mary
E Lafavor praying for partition of the estate
of Simon P Westlall deceased and for tho
assignment the widows dower therein
It is ordered that Monday the 16th day of
July A D Ib94 ti 10 oclock a m of that day
rU lth eJu
ttho office of the Probate Judpvat the court
house in Provo City Utah County Utah Ter
ritory be appointed for hearing said petition
and that the clerk give notice thereof by
causing copy of this order to be published
in THE DISPATCH a newspaper printed and
nuQ dISl voa 1 ra
published in Provo City Utah County and
erritory of Utah for six successive weeks
prior to said dayol hearing
VARUJiN N DUSENBERRY
Probate Judge
Dated June 1801
Territory of Utah 1
County of Utah JBBf
1 V L Halliday clerk of tho probate court
in and for Utah county territory of Utah
hereby certity that the foregoing is a full
true and correct copy of the original order
for notice of hearing in petition for partition
and assignment of dower in the estate of
Simon pWestfalldeoeasedand now on file and
of record in my oflico
WItness my hand and the seal of said court
at my oilico m Provo city this 2nd
SEAL day of Juno A D 1894
V L HALLIDAY
Clerk of theProbate CourtUtahcounty UT
ROBATE NOTICEIN THU PRO BATS
PROBATE in and for Utah county territory
of Utah In the matter of the estate of
Thomas Mitchell deceased
Order appointing time and place for settle
ment of final account and to hear petition for
distribution
On reading and filing tho petition of
Evan Wride administrator of the estate of
Thomas Mitchell deccasedsetting forth that
he has tiled his ilnal account of hisadministra
ion upon said estate in this court that all the
lobtsclaims and taxes against said estato have
been fully paid and that a portion ot said es
tate remains to be divided among the heirs of
the said deceased and prayIng among other
things for an order allowing said final account
and of distribution of the residuo of said
estate among the persons entitled
It is ordered that all persons interested in tho
estate of the said Thomas Mitchell deceased
jo and appear before the probato court
of the county of Utah at the court room of said
ourt in tho county courthouse on tho 14th
lay of Julv 1694 at 10 oclock a m then
md there to show cause why an order allowing
said final account and of distribution
should not be made of the residue of
said estate lunongtho heirs and devises of the
said Thomas Mitchell deceased accordIng
law
Itls 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 be published in TUE DISPATCH
a newspaper printed and circulated in Utah
county three weeks successively prior to said
14th day of July 1SIU
VAUREN N DTJSENBERRY
Probate Judge
Dated June 20 18W
TERRITORY OF UTAH L 1
COUNTY OF 0TAH f BB
I V L HalMay clerk of toe probate court
in and for Utah county territory of Utah
hereby certify that tho foregoing is a fUU true I
and correct copy of the original order appoint
ing time for settlement of final account
and to har petition for distribution
of the estab of Thomas Mitchell deceased
and now onaio and of record in my office
Witness nt hand and the seal of said court
atny office in Provo city this 20th
I BE Ail Mof Juno A D 1894
V L HALLIDAY
Clerk ofourobato court Utah oountvTJT
NOTICJTO CREDITORSESTATE OF
N Jose Haycock deceasodNotice is horc
by given the undersigned administrator of
the estate Joseph Haycock Jr deceased
to the croons of and all persons having
claims anst the said deceased to exhibit
them wl the necessary vouchers within
four mois after the first publication of this
notice ate Probate court at Castle Dale
Emery Cflty tho same being the place to
transact business of the estate
j JOSEPH HAYCOCK
Admlnrator of the estate of Joseph Hay
cock Jrceased
Jr6Ceased
Dated 2nd day of June 1894
F
TJ TO CREDITORS ESTATE OF I
TJ1st
NO itt Nelson deceased Notice is
hereby In by the undersigned administra
tor of tf state of Isaac Nelsen deceased
to the ctors of and all persons having
claims ilist the said deceased to exhibit
them wihe nocpssary vouchers within four
months the first publication of this no
tice to tad administrator at his residence
in Provty Utah County Utah Territory
f EVAN WnWE
Admfrator of tho estato of Jsaao Net
son deed
deedqvo
1 rpvo fTlIIAb Junset
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provo City Plan i ng Mill
E d5 WARD SONS Props
Manufacturers of
SASH DOORS FKAMES MOULDINGS PORCH STAIEWOEK
AND COMBINATION FENCE
Also Dealers in
Lumber Lath Shingles and General Building Material
Corner Sri and H streets Telephone No 32 Provo Utah
HHUFESSIONAL CARDS
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SAMUEL A XING
AttorneyatLaw
Collections Promptly Attended to
O ce First Mational Bank Building Provo
WILLIAM H KING
Attorneyatlaw
Rooms 5 and 7 first National Bank
Building
PROVO UTAH
J E BOOTH E A WILSON
BOOTH WILSON
AttorneysatLaw
No 23 North J Street
PROVO UTAH
D GASH
AD
AtorneyatLaw
Koom 7 County Courthouse
PROVO CITY UTAH
THURMAN WEDGWOOD
THURMAN
AttorneysatLaw
Rooms I and 3 First National Bank Bnllolng
PROVO UTAH
i
WARNER KNIGHT
Attorney and Counselor
At Law
Rooms 13 14 Union Block Provo City Utah
MM KELLOGG E E CORFMAN
rELLOGG COEFMAN
K
AttorneysatLaw
Boom Hines Building
Provo City Utah
K KING
SK
Attorneyat Law
Office m National Bank of Commerce Building
on 7th Street
PROVO CITY UTAH
OBEItT ANDERSON
ROBERT
ItiorneiiaHaw
Rooms 4 and 5 Eldredgo Block
PROVO CITY UTAH
D HOUTZ
DD
AttorneyAtLaw
Rooms 4 and 5 Eldredge Block
Provo Utah
A E VEATCH
A
r AttorneyatLaw
Rooms 9 and 10 Union Block
PROVO UTAH
OOEEN CHRISTENSEN
SOREN
ItiorneKaHaw
Mount Pleasant Utah
SJFT EEED
DRF
DEJfTIST
Office over Pyne and Maibens Drug
Store Provo Utah
A McCUETAIN M D
AIMcCURTAIN
Physician and Surgeon
Office rooms and 4 Hines Block Provo
Office hours 9 to 12 a m2to4 p m
Residencoone block north of First ward meet
ing house Residence telephone No 4c of
fice telephone 28
GEORGE SMART
Physician Surgeon
SPANISH FORK UTAH
Office opposite Post office
Calls day and night
J F NOYES MD
PHYSICIAN i SURGEON
Office over Pyne Maiben Room 12
Office hours 9 to 12 and 2 to 5
Residence 1 block south B Y A
PROVO CITY UTAH
TET B SEA LE
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Civil Engineer
Irrigation and Water Power Plans Deputy
U S Mineral Surveyor City
Surveyor of Provo
OFFICE IN COURT HOUSE
D WATKINB
IrcMlect and Silperlnienuent
Office in Union Block
PROVO UTAH
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325 p m 145 am Ogden 730 pm 1040 a iiS
Ar435 Ar300am Lv620pmLv930 fA
S a ItL a k e
Lvl50 Lv745 Ar 610 Ar 920
649 1 845 H IehiJunction 510 822 u
652 848 Lehi 6 07 819 II
658 854 AmericanFork501 II 813
704 859 Pleasant Grove455 807 II
714 909 Lake View 444 756 u
Ar725pm 1920 Provo 432 Lv745am
929 Springville 422
93s SpanlshFork414
946 Benjamin 407
9i57 I Payson 356
tO0S Santaquin 345
t1O0 epbl 255
12 001 p m Moroni 915 am
140j H Epbraim I 1830
2 05 II Manti 800 c
Arn40 am Juab 215 p m Lv
Lv 12I0 p m Juab 1 30 Ar
810pm Milford 605 nm
1000 P m Frisco 430 H
Arrive Leave
Trains South ot Juab run daily except Sunday
Trains Leaye Salt Lake for Ogden daily at 70u a mtf 30 am 240 it 620pm
Trains leave Ogden for Salt Lake daily at l46am OOam 325pir 705pm
Logan Train leaves Provo at 745 a m Salt Lake 240 pm arrive Logan 640
p m
Service between Provo and Enreka leave Provo 745 a m arrive Eureka
1150 a m leave Eureka 220 p m and arriye Provo 725 po m
Trains for terminus and Tooele run daily except Sunday leaving Salt Lake at
745 a m
Hemember the Union Pacific is the best line for New Mexico and Arizona
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For further information as to rates maps etc write to your nearest Union
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S IHHOLARK I
OLIVER W MINK
ELLERY ANDERSON Receivers
JOHN W DOANE
FREDRICK COtJDERT I
GEO W CRAIG Agt Provo Utah
E L LOMAX D reo BURLEY
Geul Paea and Tkt Agt Genl Agt Pass Dept
Salt Lake City
E DICKINSON Ganl Msnr
1894
Harpers Weekly
ILLUSTRATED
Harpers Weekly is beyond all question tho
leading journal in America in its splendid il
lustrations its oorps of distinguished con
tributors and in its vast army Of readers In
special lines it draws on the highest order of
talent the men best fitted br position arid
training treat the leading topics of the day
in fiction the most popular storywriters
contribute to its columns Superb drawirKS
i by the foremost artists illustrate its special
articles its stories and every notable event of
publiciterest it contains portraits of the dis
tinguished men and women who are making
the history of tho time while special attention
given to tho Army and Navy Amateur
Sports and Music and tho drama by distin
guished experts In a word Harpers Weekly
combines the news features of the daily paper
and the artistic and Iterary qualities of tho
magazine with tho solid critical character of
the review
HARPERS PERIODICALS
Per Year
HAKPERS MAGAZINE tOO
HAKPEHS WEEKLY 100
HAKPEUS BAZAU 400
tiAIU14tj YOUNG PEOPLE 200 I
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United Slates Canada and Mexico
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first Number for January of each year
When no time is mentioned jubscriotlons will
legiii with the number current at tho timo of
receipt of order
Bound Volumes of Harpers Weekly for
three years back in neat cloth binding will
bo sent by mail postage paid or by express
free of expense provided the freight does not
exceed one dollar per volume for 700 per
volume
Cloth Cases for each volume suitable for
binding will be sent br mall postpaid on re
ceipt of JlOO each
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money order or draft to avoid chance of loss
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isement without the exprtf1 order of HAR
PER 81 BROTHEHS
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1S93
Harpers Magazine
ILLUSTRATED
HARPERS MAGAZINE for 1894 will maintain
the character that has made it the favorite
illustrated periodical for tho t omo Among
the results of enterprise undertaken by the
publishers there will appear durIng the year
superbly illustrated paper on India by Ed
win Lord Weeks on the Japanese Seasons bv
Alfred Parsons on Germany by Poultney
BIgelow on Paris by Richard Hardinsr DavIs
and on Mexico by Frederick Remington
Among the 0 her notable leatures of the
year will be novels by George du Maurier and
Ciiarlrs Dudley Warner the perso al rncw
Iscences of W D Howells and eight short
Htori a Western frontlerllfe by Owen IV Is
ier Short stories will also be contributed
17 Brander Matthews Richard Harding Da
vis Mary E Wiiklns Ruth lcEnery Stuart
tls Laurnnce AlmaTadema George A nib
bard Quesnaydo BaurepalreIhomas Nelson
> age ane others Articles on topics of cur
rent interest will he contributed by distin
guished specialists
HARPERS PERIODICALS
Per Year
HARPERS MAGAZINE400
HARPERS WEEKLY 400
HARPERS BAZAR 400
HARPERS YOUNG PEOPLE 200
Postage Free to all subscribers in the
United Slates Canada and Mexico
The Volumes of the Magazine begin with
the Numbers for Juno and Decemher of each
year When no time Is mentioned subscrip
tions will begin with the Number current at
the time of receipt of order Bound Volumes
of Harpers Magazine for three years Lack
in neat cloth binding will be sent by mail
postpaidon receipt of 1300 per volume Cloth
Oas s forbinding 50 cents eachby mail
post paid
Remittances shonld be made by Poetoffice
Money Order or Draft to avoid chance of lOBS
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tisemens without the express order of HAR
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