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THE EVENING DISPATCH
IOHN L BARTOW Editor and Prop
l 1 Entered st the JPost office at Provo Utah for
ransmlssion through the mails as second
IHBB matter
The office ot THE EVENING DISPATCU IB
ocatod half block north of the First National
Bank
A1 communications should be addressed to
THIS DISPATCH Provo Utah
NOTICE
Mr B S Oowey IS a regular solicitor and
collector for the Daily and SemiWeeky
DISPATCH His contracts and receiptewill be
di lv respected by this office
officeJNO
JNO BARTOW
NOTICE
No order from this office will be recognize
In cettlement unless signed by
JOHN L BARTOW
PROVO CITY AUG 15 1894
A STKP AHEAD
Monday the house after a somewhat
8tormy session accepted the senates
amendments to the Wilson bill The
acceptance comes on the principle of
half loaf being better than no bread
We hail this action as a step in the
direction of tariff reform It is not as
comprehensive or as sweeping as it
should have been butit is something
a step in the right direction and the
commencement whose inevitable end
ing is sure to be a sweeping reform
which will forever blot out all remem
brance of McKinleyism and the dis
honesty and trickery of that great
wet blanket upon American commerce
In the closing struggle Wilson Cripp
and the other leaders 1 of democracy
towered grandly in the lead of the
forces of reform There cannot be the
shadow of a doubt but that the original
bill as it left the house reflected the
views of the great masses of the demo
cratic party as well as ths mass of
ot the intelligent voters of the union
It is a hard thing that the house has
been compelled by the exegencies of
the case to concur in the amendments
of the senate which rob the bill of
very much of its virtues in the eyes of
real taiff reformers But it would
never have done for congress to have
adjourned without something in the
way of redeeming the pledges of the
party to the people made In good
faith This is the best thatthe senate
would do It had to be accepted We
do not consider that the cause of true
tariff reform is defeated or even crip
pled by this half way sort of measure
It is only the commencement of what
we had fondly hoped would have been
the glorious finish of the battle Full
fruition is reserved for a period in the
future but that period is by no means
a distant one
Deficient aid halting as the measure
undeniably is it is still immea surably
better than the McKinley law which
it supercedes We can wait Pa
tience is now a democratic virtue
and we must practice it un
til we have another chance
s a
struggles in the future of democracy
I
will be to set aside the obstruction
ists in the senate The democrats of I
the states will send no more senators
to tear down the wisdom and patriot
ism which the party has built up In the
future the party policy will be to put
none but trustworthy democrats on
guard In that end of the capitol It is
too infernally bad that with a royal
democratic majority quite sufficient to
carry any measure determined upon
we are to halt along this way in sight
of full success but still unable to at
tain it by reason of a few misplaced
halfway party men in league with the
ultra protectionists who have placed
tHemselves across the hawse of progress
and reform If the four independent
bills are passed and become laws we
will not haye failed so entirely as to
preclude hope In fact it will repre
sent a measure of victory of no insigni
ficant proportions
The future of congress will we doubt
not disclose that the true democratic
blood in that body will continue tile
fight until full and complete reform
has been attained We cannot afford
to let the matter rest where it is It
must go on and those democratic sen
ators who have made obstructionists of
themselves will be compalled to gird
place to those who carry out relig
iously the instructions of their con
stituents Mr Cleveland will not veto
this bill He most likely will not sign
It but suffer it to become a law by ex
piration
The country expects much of even
this measure cf reform It will not be
disappointed but it will have its
healthy influence a sweet foretaste of
what full cjinplete and entire reform
can be made This action though
tardy in its nature is still better
in all respects than no action at all
GOODWINS speech on the llth will
go ringing down the ages This great
advocate of Utah statehood has found
his niche in history at last The Good
win of ten years since is not the Good
win of the 11th by a vast deal it would
seem Perhaps it is that dream of the
senate which glimmered in the non
panel department Sunday which has
wrought the change If so well but
the state will have to be purged from
the ugly memories of the past if this
venerable enemv of the Mormons ever
warms a seat in the senate chamber
However we have some wonderful
changes in pa1iticR wonderfully sudden
ad this may be another case of it It
this thing should occur however there
will be one good feature in it silver
will have a staunch friend in the sen
ate We fee just strong enough to
S Bay this of the judge notwithstanding
his late column of confessedly un
Mounded abuse of th3 editor ot IRE
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tb t gteat advantages of
I f h f fw Ita fL OU fn accepting
to thi WI1o J
or
bill will be the fixing of the responsi
bility of the half measure of reform in
stead of the full It enables the
country to place the responsiblity where I
it belongs We do not mourn as do I
those without hope we are willing to
accept the half when we cannot have
the whole loaf We have destroyed
the McKinlev law and anything is
better than that Now if we can
handle free sugar free coal and free
iron ores in separate bills perhaps the
situation will be just as strong One
satisfactory circumstance gleams up
out of it all and that is tariff reform is
no longer a myth This will put
metal into the democratic campaign
this fall
BISHOP BOOTH and Judge Goodwin
both on the eame political rostrum
pleading the same cause is one of
those sights which we enjoy but sel
dom in politics these davs We doubt
if the unities were ever more violently
raped than in this instance Perhaps
this indicates the approach of a politi
cal millenium when the lion and the
lamb are to lie down tjgether and the
little winged angel of senatorial am
bition is to lead them We leave our
readers to guess which is the lion and
which the lamb in this case We de
duce that the lamb in this case has but
a flimsy lease on life because the lion
hath grown hungry and he is known
to be very careless of the rights of
others under such circumstances
THE Herald is right The democ
racy of Utah is thoroughly united
There are no distracting issues All is
harmony and with the measure of re
form guaranteed by the passage ot the
senate bill we have a splendid fighting
chance When we consider other cir
cumstances such as the passage of the
statehood bill the opening of the Uin
tah and Uncompagbre reservations
and Kings appointment we have no
sort of doubt but that we will win an
overwhelming victory Let every true
democrat buckle on his fighting armor
and get into the field without delay
THE editors of democratic news
papers in Utah should have a meeting
at an early day in Salt Lake city or
other convenient location as may be
determined There are many subjects
to be considered and they are of very
pressing importance We commend
this suggestion to our brethren and
urge them to consider it at once Our
own interests and the success of the
pending campaign both depend upon
an early meeting and a full consider
ation of the subjects to be discussed
THE republicans hear of the accept
ance of the senate amendments only
with the most poignant sorrow Any
thing even remotely resembling tariff
reform makes the republicans sorry
indeed
A SOLID drive at McKinleyism and
tV a < wKol ijjatitrv wilt roanond With
thanksgiving praise
i
OUR tariff troubles are nearly over
we hope
Their Name Is Legion
Reader there are many bloqd puri
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rillaDo
Do not allow highsounding adver
tisements or other devices to turn
you from your purpose to take Hoods
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you are right and will not be disap
pointed in the result
Hoods Sarsaparilla is an honest
medicine honestly advertised effects
honest cures and gives every patron a
fair equivalent for his money What
more can you reasonably ask
A fair trial guarantees a complete
cure
George Finney an express wagon
driver has clothed his mules fore legs
in trousers In speaking of it ho said
that flies bothered the fore legs of a four
footed animal more than they did the
hind limbs and he
therefore having I
some respect for the comfort of his
faithful servants had made a pair of
trousers to protect them from the pests
5he trousers were supported by suspend
Irs passed up over the backs of the an
mals Nebraska State Journal
Four Big bucceeses
Having the needed merit to more
than make good all the advertising
claimed for them the following tour
remedies have reached a phenomenal
sale Dr Kings New Discovery for
consumption Coughs and Colds each
bottle guaranteedElectric Bitterss
the great remedy for Liver Stomach
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the best in the world and Dr Kines
New Life Pills which are a perfect pill
All these remedies are guaranteed to
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the dealer whose name is attached
herewith willbe glad to tell you more
of them Sold at Smoot Drug Co
Thycl fablts of Sleeping
Persons can easily get into bad hnbits
of sleeping just as well as eating or
drinking When the healthy body has
had its required amount of sleep it an
nounces the fact by causing the sleeper
to awake and if from habit or desire
more sleep is taken at that time it is an
excess just the same as overloading the
jtomach is an excess in eating Insom
nia or sleeplessness can very often be
traced to impairment of the digestive i
organsNew York Dispatch I
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh
that Contain Mercury
as mercury will surely destroy the
sense of smell and completely derange
the whole system when entering it
through the mucous surfaces Such
articles should never be used expect on
prescriptions from reputable physic
ians as the damage they will do is ten
fold to the good you can pessibly
derive from them Halls Catarrh
Cure manufactured by F J Cheney
Co Toledo 0 contains no
mercury and is taken internally
acting directly upon the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system In
buying Halls Catarrh Oure be Pure
you get genuine It IB taken inter
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WSoJd by Prugifon prlpa goo pjj
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to be taken dry or made into a te
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U I have used yourSlmmons Liver Keen
later and can consclcnclously say it Is the
king of all liver medicines IcotiaMer it a
medicine chest in Itself GKO W JAW
Bay Tacoma Washington
EVERY PACKAGES
11M the Z Is zd oa wrappes
s DORFltS SHOE STRINGS
On Dorris feet
Arc the smallest of twos
But surely somo elf
Has enchanted her shoes
For wherever we KO I
Walk row or ride
In church or at tennis
Her shoes coma untied
At times it is trying
But what can I do
When poor Donna murmurs
Oh bother that shoal
Bo down I must flop
In the dust and dirt I
To tie up the shoo t
Of that dear lIttle flirt J
These precious girl tyrants I
We cannot rebel I
For even their ribbons I
Are filled with their spelL I
Since old fashioned apron
No longer they use
They tie a poor man
To tho strings of their shoes
Vassar Miscellany
To Cash Valley and Return via
Union Pacific August 16th
From Provo to Limit
Brigham 8 5 10 iO days
Logan 5 40 15 > h
Franckln 615 15 Ie
Preston 6 40 15 1
Oxford 6 40 15
Pocatella 9 40 15 u
Idaho Falls 11 90 30 u
Market Lake 12 90 30
Soda Springs 10 40 30
Montpelier 11 gO 30
30 i
hnshone 1190
30 II
Huley 14 90
Tickets on sale August 16th Train
for Brigham City and Cash Valley
leaves Provo at 745 a m Salt Lake
240 p m For all other points train
will leave Provo at 432 p m Special
arrangements will be made for through
coaches to Montpelier and Soda
SniJLnnu L at excursion ot th BOII
son
G W CBAJG
Ticket Agent
MARSHALS SALE
Pursuant to an order of sale to me di
rected by the District Court of tha
First Judicial District of the Territory
of Utah I shall expose at public sale
at the front door of the County Court
house in the City of Provo County of
Utah Territory of Utah on the 21st
day of August A D 1894 at 12 oclock
M the following described personal
property and real estate towit
Two shares of the capital stock of the
Payson Electric Light and Manufact
uring company represented by certifi
cate No9 four shares of stock in same
company represented by certificate
No 10 two shares of stuck in same
1
company represented by certificate i
No 15 And also the parcel of land
II
situated in Payson city Utah Countv
Utah Territory beginning at the south
east corner of block eighteen 18 in
plat A Payson City Survey running
thence north 178 chains thence west
275 chains i thence south 178 chains j
thence east 275 chains to place of be
ginning together vi tb all and singular
the tenements hereditaments and ap
purtenances thereunto belonging or in
anywise appertaining
To be sold as the property of C W
Brewerum Co a firm composed of
C W Brewerton and Thomas
Higham Hattie D Higham A S
Higbani Mary Brewerton and T G
Wimmer at the suit of M D Wells
Co a firm composed of M D Wells
H McFarland and B B Wells
plaintiffs
Terms of sale cash
NAT M BKIGHAM U S Marshal
By THOMAS FOWLER Deputy
Dated July 271894
JONES SCHROEDER Attorneys for
Plaintiffs
SHERIFFS SALE
Pursuant to an orJer of sale to me
directed by the District Court of the
First Judicial District of the Territory
of Uab I shall expose at public sale
at the front door of the county court
house in the City of frovo County of
Utah and Territory of Utah on the
29th day of August 1894 at the hour
of 12 oclock M the following described
real estate The land and premises
directed to be sold by this decree are
Iituated lying and being in the Coun
ty of Jtah and Territory ot Utah and i
bounded and particularly described as
follows to wit The south onehalf of
the south one half of lots seven 7
and eight 8J block sixtyeight 68
plat A Provo City survey of building
lots in Utah County Territory of Utah
otherwise desciibed as commencing at
the southeast corner of lot eignt 8
block sixty eight 68 plat A Provo
City survey County and Territory I
aforesaid j thence west twelve 12
rods thence north three 3 rods j
thence east twelve 12 rods thence
south three 3 rods to the place of be
ginning Area thirtysix 86 square
rods together with all and singular the
tenements hereditaments and ap
purtenances thereunto belonging or
in anywise appertaining To be sold
as the property of Herman E Oster
loh and Hormine Osterloh at the suit
of Sophia Snyder
Terms of sale cash
Dated at Provo City Utah county
this 7th fay of August 1894
t Booth I < fc Wilson attorneys for plain
JORN A i3iow
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r1tTMMON8Nri1u DISTRICT COURT OF
the First < judicial district of the teiritory
or Utah Utah tfcunty
Etta N Efcgefisuu plaintiff vs Mariila
Miller Daniels Maria uelaregne Seth Wil
liams Sarah x Ho > t Carneiia Luuian Laura
I iirunson flyrum Miller AOKB Miher
Bussell Miller viuiam Miller liiza Abby
Julicto Parkis George ParKis Julia Parkis
Almarotta Blake Newell ParKis Wnde
Parkis AustinMiller Jane Hagunre Augus
tine Miller Laura M tiniuh Albert Miller
Alrov Miller tIlenzo Miler Manila Torugs
Elezur Urittencen bmma Weiitworth Lucy
Crlttendtn Louis Crittendeu Martha Perkins
George W fiunueytrancHlhiSchafer Samuel
DHuutJoy rieth Huutley flyrum Keliogg
rlmrHl f ili
Seth Kellogg Martha Coy Jane Williams I
Martha Denning Austin llaginire Francis I
Hag mire and Helen Kellcgtr aelendants
The people ol tie territory 01 Utau send
greeting to all tho above named defendant
You are nero required appear in an ac
tion brought against you by the above named
plaintiff iu the istrict court of the first Ju
dicial district ojjthe territory of Utah and to
answer tne conplaint Wed therein within ten
days exclusiveot the day or service after
the service on bu of this summons if served
within this coufity or served out of this
cotmty but in thls district within twenty
days otherwlstl within forty daysor judg
ment drtauljnvill be taken against you ac
cording to prayerof this complaint
The bald action is brought to obtain a decree
of tnls court that tne deitndanta may be re
quired to Bettor h tue nature of their claims
and that all adversticutims of the defendants
may lie determined bva dccrtoof this court
Iliac by said uecree it be declared and ad
judged that the delendauts have no estate or
mieicst whawurin orto the following de
scribed premises towit commencing 116
tJ srglm me southwest comer ninllft1 I
blqukTl Plat A Provo city survey thence I
ejfictileet thence north W feet thence west
sleet thuncbbuuthJK leetto beginning and i
Hat tile titltQl plaintiff is good and valid
Rat delendaol I bo foreVer enjoined and de
Pburreo Irma uSWruug any claim whatever In
or to said lauqaud piemises adverse to plain
tiff and for sjph f other relief us to this court
shall seem meet and agreeable to equity and
for costf of slit plaintiff allege that she
claims title lif4e to said premises founded
upon warrau deed executed byWm Mil
ler now deeeaji and the defendant Manila
Miller aniels t royo Cooperative Mercan
tile Institutionbn Jot 17 InTl that said deed
Iii defective in fda that the same is not sealed
by said grantoU
And you are lobby notified that if you fal
to appear and nswer ttio said complaint as
above require the said plaintiff will apply
to tho court lor tha relief thereiu demanded
and costs of eujl tfh
Witness the Ho5 Harvey Smith judgoand
thexsoul of the district court
ofwi First I Judicial district and
SEll foimc territory of Utah this 3rd
dajl bf July in the year ot our
Lor lone thousand eight bundled
and tnetylour
4U D H PEEKT Jr Clerk
By II EuThuruiart Deputy Ulerk
Thurman 1 l Wedgwood attorneys for
plaintiff i
I
ROBATE IOTIOBIN THE PROBATE
PROBATE nd for Utah county Utah
Territory i
In tho mattor of the estate of George
Hone accused j
Order lor uotco of application
On reading ard tiling the report of the com
missioner playing lor continuation ot report
of commissioners of tho estate or George
Hone dtcease
It is ordered that Mouday the 6th day of
Aug A iJ loS4ut 10 oclock a m at that ay
atthe office of tie Probate J udjr at the court
house in IrovotJity Utah County Utah ler
ruory be uppohietl for hearing said petition
and that the JaiK give notice thereof by
causing noiirajto be posted up according
to law and thic a copy of this order to be
publiHhed in THE LUHPATCH a newspaper
printed and published in Provo City Utah
County and lerritory of Utah for ten days
YiAKKKN N DUSENBiiKUY
Probate Judge
DnWd July 21189
Ter cory of Uth lss I
County of Utai f 89 <
1 V ijHallidiy clork of the probate court
in and for Uun county territory of Utah
hereby certily that the foregoing is a full
true and correc copy of the original order
counriniug ropirt ot Commissioners ot the
estate ol iuorg Hone deceased and now on
file and of reeod in my otlice
Witness my had and the seal of said court
at m office m Provo city this 23d
SEAL day If July A B 1894
V L HALLIDAY
Clerk of the Pnbate Court Utah county UT
NOTICE TO CREDlTOR ES rATE OF
j4 Anns C Tpra deceased Notice ia here
by given by thrundersiKned admlnlslrator of
the estate ctri nnis C Ward deceased
Jo the creditor f and jOi persons having
uiuiui > iruiii9Mie saidjs coasedw oxuit > ic
them with thk necessary vouchers within
four mpnths atttr the first publication cf this
notice at SpnngyilioALEXANDER
ALEXANDER ROllERTSEN
Administrator of the estate of Annis C
Ward deceased
Dated this 30th day of Jaly 1894
TOTICE TO CREUirOBSESTATE of
NOTICE
Abraham Eanouff deceased NoticA is
hereby given by the undersigned executor
of the estate oC Abrahun hsnouff deceased to
the creditors of and all persods having
claims against the sail deceased to exhibit
them with the necesary vouchers within lour
mouths alter tho nrst publication or this
notice to the said executor at his residence in
American Fork Utah county ntah territory
EtJGKNb A HEKIUD
Executor of the estate of Abraham Bsnouff
deceased
Dated at Provo city Utah July 13 1004
S HEKIFJPS SALE
Pursuant to a decree of foreclosu
and order of sale to me directed by the
district court ot the First Judicial dis
trict of the territory of Utah I sball
expose at public sale at the front door
of the county courthouse in the city of
Provo county of Utah and territory of
Utah on the 16th day of August A D
1894 at 12 oclock m the following
described property towlt
All of lots 4 5 6 and 7 and 158 feet
off the east end of lots 2 and 3 in block
77 and the north half of lot 1 all ot lot
8 and the south half of lot 7 and the
south half of lot 6 in block 125 Also
lots 2 345 and 6 and the south half
of lota 7 and 8 in block 78 all of the
above lots being in plat A Provo City I
survey of building lola
Atao all of lots 5 and 6 in block 30 I
and lots 891011 and 12 in block 31
plat D Proyo City survey of building
lotsAlso
Also commencing 1 91 chains east of
the notheast corner of the southeast
quarter of the northeast quarter of sec
tion 31 township 6 south of range 3
east Ialt Lake meridian thence east
859 chains thence south 55 78 degrees
west 1269 chains thence north
442 chains j thence north 35 3 I
degrees east 331 chains to the place of
beginning Area 348 acres All in
Utah county Utah territory
To be sold as the property of William
Probert and Mary A Probert his wife
J K W Bracken Van Couver Lumber
company corporation First National
Bank of Provo a corporation the
Provo Commercial Savings Bank a
corporation and S S Jones defend
ants at the suit of the Nephi Savings
bank a corporation
Terms of sale cash
JOHN A BROWN
Sheriff of Utah county
Dated at Provo city Utah county
July 26tb 1894
E A Wedgwood attorney for plain
tiff
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PROFESSIONAL CARDS
SAMUEL A KING
AttorneyatLaw
Collections Promptly Attended to
O ceo First National Bank Building Provo
I
WILLIAM H KING
Attorneyatlaw
Booms 5 and 7 > first MatloSal Bank
Du11di
Psoyq UT
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provo I City Pang MiI
E U WARD SONS Props
Manufacturers of
SASH DOORS FKAMESMOULDINGS PORCH STAIR WORK
AND COMBINATION FENCE
Also Dealers in
Lumber Lath Shingles and General Building Material
Corner 3d and H streets Telephone No 32 Provo Utah
J B BOOTH U A WILSO1
BOOTH WILSON
AttorneysatLaw
No 23 North J Street i
PEOVO UTAH j
A D GASH
Atom eyat Law
Room 7 County Courthouse
PROVO CITY UTAH
THURMAN WEDGWOOD
AttorneysatLaw
Rooms and a First National Bank BnllaJni
PROVO UTAH
WARNER KNIGHT
Attorney and Counselor
At Law
Rooms 13 14 Union Block Provo CUT Utah
A SAXEY H C EDWARDS
O AXEY EDWARDS
SAXEY
Attorneys atLaw I
Provo City v Utah
MM KELLOGG E ECORFMAN
JiLLOGG COEFMAN
t <
AttorneysatLaw
Room Hines Building
Provo City Utah
u uuuu uuu
S K KLNG
Attorneyat Law
Offlcoin National Bank of Commerce Buildin
on 7th Street
PROVO CITY UTAH
DOBEJJT ANDERSON >
ROBERT
EiiornBHalLaw
Rooms 4 and 5 Eldredgo Block
PROVO CITY UTAH
D HOUTZ
DD
AttorneyAtLaw
Rooms 4 and 5 Eldredge Block
Provo Utah
E VEATGH
A
AttorneyatLaw
Rooms 0 I and 10 Union Block
PROVO UTAH
QOREN CHRISTENSEN
S
IttornenalLaitf
Mount Pleasant Utah
A 1V MU1iiT
AW
AttorneyatLaw
Office No9 and 10 Union Block
PROVO CITY UTAH
RFF REED
DRF
DEJTTIST
Office over Pyne and Maibens Drug
Store Provo Utah
AMcCURTAIN M Dt
Physician and Surgeon
Uliice rooms 3 and 4 Bines Block Provo
OfflcehoursOtolJamSto4pm
Rosidencoone block north of First ward meet
ing house Residence telephone No 4E ot
lice telephone ill i
EORGE SMARTMD
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Physician Surgeon
SPANISH FORK UTAH
Ollice opposite Post office
Calls day and night
JF NOYES MD
PHYSICIAN SURCEON
Office over Pyne Maiben Room 12
Office hours 9 to 12 and 2 to 5
Residence 1 block south 13 Y A
PROVO OIlY UTAH
B SEAELE
WB
Civil Engineer
Irrigation and Water Power Plans Deputy
U S Mineral Surveyor City
Surveyor of Provo
OFFICE IN COURT HOUSE
C WATKINS
R
Ircuirect and Superintendent
Office in Union Block
PROVO UTAH
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NOWLDEN < < JONES
KNOWLDEN
GzNEBAL FIRE AND LIFE
INSURANCE AGENTS
POez 11
PEOVQ YT ij
The Good Things Life
MAY ALL BE FOUND AT
fJGGIDRTAL 8AhOON
Maiben Block J Street Provo
None but the Finest Goods Dealt in at
VVILSON IIAtTRB
Union Pacific System
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Time Table In Effect May 6 1894
PCO
SOUTH Subject to cbaDge with NORTH
out notICe
Provo Local No1 Pass gr Iaesg r Provo Loca
Lv Daily Leys Daily STATiONS Ar Daily Ar Daily
325 p ID 146 am Ogden 730 pm lU4U a m
Ar 485 Ar300am i Lv 620pm Lv 930 II
Lv E50 Lv7 45 S a ItL a k e Ar 610 u Ar920
649 845 1 Lehi Junction b10 II 822 u
652 848 U Lehi 607 H 819 u
658 854 American Fork 501 I 813
704 u 859 Pleasant Grove 455 u 807 14
714 909 LaKe View 444 756 u
4
Ar725pm 920 u Provo 432 LV745am
929 u Springvi1le 422
938 II Spanish Fork 414 u
946 BenjamIn 407 u
9 57 II Payson 356 a
10 08 Santaquin 3 45 I
1100 Nepl1i 255 u
1255 p m Moroni 915 nm
140 h Epbraim I 830
2 U5 i Manti 800 1
Ar1l40 am Juab 216 pmLv
Lv 1210 p m Juab 130 h Ar
810 p m Milford 605 a m
l 000 p m Friaco 430 u
Arrive Leave
Trains South of Juab run daily except Sunday
Trains Leaye bait Lake for Ogden daily at 7uU a ni t1 30 am 240 620pm
Trams leave Ogden for Salt Lake daily at iMfrarnglOuin 3i5prn 706pm
u Logan Train leaves Provo at745 a m Salt Lake 240 pm arrive Logan 640
p m
Service between Provo and Eureka leave Provo 745 a m arrive Eureka
1150 a m leave Eureka 220 p m and arrive Provo 725 p m
Trains for terminus and Tooele run daily except Sunday leaving Salt Lake at
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August 20th 1M4 at 5 oclock p m in
the council chainuer to hear petitions
for abatements aud reurtuiJCKS of city
taxes for the year 1b94
JOUN D DixoN
City Recorder
PROVO CITY Aug 8 1891
For Sale Cheap
The Holdaway Park grounds con
cistingof three acres on West Mainbe
tween Twelfth and Thirteenth streets
pply at this otlice
Farmers Attention
Money loaned on irrigated farms at
JO per cent per annum Write or ap
ply personally to
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Spanish Fork Utah
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