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The Evening dispatch. (Provo, City, Utah) 1891-1895, November 22, 1894, Image 1

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3 > PROVO CITY UTAH THURSDAY NOVEMBER 22 1894 PRICE FIVE
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No 304 Jol A COPY
k O sMoot
SUCCESSOR TO
Provo Lumbar Manufactnrin t Bnndip 180
Wholesale and Retail Dealer
LUMBER DOORS WINDOWS BLINDS AND
MOULDINGS
RUSTIC SIDING TONGUEDn ds GROOVED FLOR
ING LATH SHINGLES PAINTS ds BUILDERS MA
TERIALS HARDWARE UTAH VALLEY IRON PAINT
LUMBER SAWED AND DRESSED TO ORDER
SCROLL SAWING AND TURNING DONE
COMBINATION WIRE AND SLAT FENCE
We are the only House in town rving the
j UTAH VALLEY IRON PAINT
A CAR LOAD OF FRUIT BOXES CHEAP
i A O SMOOT Jr
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Manager
Office and Yard opposite R R Depot
No 20
P O Box No 79 Telephone
HOWE CI J TAFT
Wholesale Grocers
The Merchants of Southern Utah
Especially those of Utah Co win find it to
their Advantage to Trade with
HOWE 1 TAfT
WHOLESALE GROCERS Pr vo Utah
SOaa tfni
aMen a caller
THE PROVO COOP I
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Satisfactory In Fvery Respect
THE
T L LADIES OF PROVO
Will Find Every thing Fashionable
Excellent and Cheap
A SINGLETON < Superintendent
D1STRGT COURT
Young Barkdali is Sentenced
to Three Months
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IT WAS A SAD SAD OASE
A Young and Inexperienced Girl is
Ruined for Life While He Gets Off
EasilyThe Hawley va Corey Brother a
Oaseas Being Tried the Second Time
Yesterday afternoon in the Firat
District court when Daniel Biglow of
Wallsburg appeared before Judge
Smith fir sentence he explained to the
court that since pleading guilty to the
indictment charging him with unlaw
ful cohabitation he had arrange J his
family affairs so that hereafter the
closest and most complaining observer
could not suspect him of being even
only technically guilty of the offense
He promised faithfully to obey the law
in the future and under all this show
ing the iudge was led to be lenient and
eentenced him to only fifty days in the
penitentiary
The particulars in the fornication
case against young Baikdall were most
sad indeed Upon the witness stand
sat Mies Littlewood sobbing hysteri
cally and all the while trying to quiet
her month old baby that was crying
lustily It was more than evident from
he ° responses to the questions of the
court and attorneys that she was
wholly unsofisticated and if her story
WItS exactly true she was sadly taken
advantage of by tho young man She
was asked to go home from a dance
isith him P visitor from an adjoining
settlement not knowing his reputa
tion nor his inclinations j enticed her
into gointr for a sleigh ride with him
under the promise that another couple
would accompany them At these times
she was seduced force being used and
she being wholly ignorant of the con
sequences She is but seventeen years
of age not overly bright and not yet
matured It was most pitiful as she
sat there and told the story of her
downfall
The defense was a blank denial only
and this the jury did not believe It
returned u verdict guilty as charged
against young Barkdall
THIS HOllNING
Zed Barkdall was called up for sen
tence His attorney Sam A King
pleaded for a lenient sentence stating
that he had an aged mother over
seventy years old dependent wholly
upon him foil support The ycung
man stated that he was twentysix
years of age j it will be remembered
that the girl is tu years younger she
is a passionate girl of not overly strong
mental calibre which all goes to make
the case more aggravated The judge
read Barkdall a severe lecture and
sentenced him to a term of three
months In the penitentiary
I
H W HAWLEY VS COREY BROS CO
This case which is on its second trial
was next taken up Mr Hawley who
is now sheriff of Millard county alleges
that in the spring of 1891 he contracted
to do some grading on the Great North
ern railroad in Montana for Corey
Bros s f v Co general railroad contract
ors of Ogden On the strength of this
contract he returned to his home at
Oasis and got together an outfit consisting
isting ot fortythree horses five or six
wagons plows scrapers eta and I
hired thirteen mm On reach
fog Montana although he had
been > crowded and hurried through
by Corey Brothers and assured and reassured
assured that the work contracted for
was waiting for him he was refused
the work By reason of this Mr Haw
ley holds he was damaged in the sum I
of 2500000 I
The cage was tried before and the
jury awarded Mr Hawley damages in
the sum of 420000 Corey Brothers
appealed and the cause is now re
uanded back for another hearing
John M Zane S R Thurman and D
D Houtz appear for Mr Hawley in
this trial and James Kimball of Ogden
and Geo Sutherland of Salt Lake ap
pear for the defense The trial of the
ape bids fair to occupy two or three
dayu
NHeil Washington D C JJ
Tins play has been given in Seattle
Portland and San Francisco and from
those cities come reports of its genuine
merit and decided novelties It is a
story of the Bohemian life of one of
the most ambitious cities the city in
which the brainy men of our nation are
struggling for mastery
The story of the play is as follows
As its title indicates the scene is at
the nations capital Robert ONeil
chief engineer of Dicksons electrical
station has built a manofwar with a I
view of its acceptance by the govern i
ment which has advertised to accept
the most practical electrical war vessel
Richard Dickson superintendent of
the works is in love with Mrs Morton
a widow who with her child are in
mates of ONeils home By teaching
Daniel OConnpll Sheriaan a ser
vant to believe that as the employer
he is working in ONeils interests
Dickson is permitted to make drawings
of the boat but as ONeil has placed
electrical appliances on the door Sher
idan 13 no longer enabled to give Dick
son entree at a time when one more
visit would have completed the draw
ing Miss Philips a flighty sister of a
senator who figures prominently as
Neils influential friend meets Dick
son for whom she has long entertained
retard He determines to use her and
wagers a box of gloves that she is not
sufficiently clever to invade ONeils
den and take a portion of the boat
without being detected He writes a
description of the part she is to take
and she secures it When ONeil ex
bibits the boat to his friends he dis
covers to his horror that it will not
work and when left alone in his den
he finds the paper written by Dickson
TgSTEftOft iAlS 1 published in
it behalf of Hoods Sarsaparilla alt
as reliable and worthy of confidence as
if from four most trusted neighbor
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to Misi Julia and learns what portion
of the hoar is missiuc But it is im
iBsible for him ta replace the lost ar
ticle and hul the boat finished in tin e
t + submit it to the committee Tl e
child is playing on the floor however
and among her plat things he finds a
substitute for the rnisairg article The
last act is in the senator a home Dick
son has submitted his boat as also has I
ONeil The former swears that O
Neil stole his idea and the govern
ment accepts the boat QNeil who is
branded as a liar and a thief suffersin
silence rather than wound Mrs
Morton who he thinks loves Dickson
until learning Mrs Morton loves him
instead he asserts his rights Sheridan
testifies to having aided Dickson but
his evidence is doubted Then Miss
Julia Philips volunteers her evidence
and the government accents ONeils
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DR AND MRS HAVMB RO were
treated to a rather excitinplexperieoce
this morning at about 3 oclock The
doctor has a habit of leaving his clothes
while sleeping in the dining room all
arranged handy in case of a sudden
call Because of that habit he is to
day loser a watch and chain Mrs
Hannberg has the very sensible habit
of keeping her jewelry with which she
is very elaborately supplied all se
curely locked away iJe r BSe of that
habit she still bus it In lief possession
Haa she been addicted to leaving it
about her looms for show the majority
of it would now bave been in tho com
pany of her husbands atch At 3
oclock the doctor was awakened sud
denly and arose partially expecting a
professional call instead be saw the
back of a man going rapidly into
another room and thinking it was the
hired man up extra early the doctor
went back to bed In a abort time after
wards he was aroused by loud scream
ing and cries of thief thief from
his wife Sure enough a prowler was
clusely examining her wardrobe The
octor rushed in pistol in hand but
the burglar had opened all curtains
and arranged matters so be could get
out of the building in a hurry Many
rooms of the house had been visited and
drawers etc ransacked but so far
nothing but the watch and chain is
missing The doctors pantaloons were
also taken but they wero found this
morning out in the yard
JAMES F DUNNS head touches the
ceiling today BO high does he carry it
The cauee is the arrival JiJ his fifth
baby a boy and the only boy except
JImmie himself in the family
JOSEPH McEWAH is in Salt Lake
today on business
U 0 T A
The last of the regular sessions of the
U C T A for the fist half of the
school year 189195 will be held at tbe
usual place of meeting on Saturday
November 24th beginning promptly at
10 a m Professor T B Lewis com
missioner of schools for Utah territory
and Dr Jas E Talmage president of
the University of Utah will lecture
before the teachers and trustees in
joint session
D H CHRISTENSEN
County Superintendent
3r Prices Cream Baking Powder
Worlds Fair Highest Award I
Thirty Miles In the Earth
Rev Osmond Fisher in a very reli
able work entitled Physics of the
Earths Crust JJ says that Hthe rate of
increase in temperature as the distance
beneath the surface is augmented Is
on the whole an equable one and may
be taken to average about degree for
each 51 feet Figuring on this state
ment as the most reliable we find that
at a depth of 80 miles below the sur
face all known metals and rocks are in
s state of white hot fusion
A venerable Chinaman ol Amoy nas
been engaged for 32 years in fashioning
miniature an elaborate pngodaof ivory
and stone It contains upward of 35000
pieces and when completed which will
be in about five years will be sold for
o30o
Count Tolstoi is lamenting tine grows
of vicious tendencies in society and in
bred sin iu all countries He was asked
by an interviewer the other day what
people become the mostabnormal in this
respect He replied
At any rate not the Americans To
their credit must be put the immense na
tional self love which cannot exist in an
abnormal people I one day wrote an
article on America and the Americans
in which I did not particularly overload
the latter with flattery Nevertheless I
sent the manuscript over the ocean I
thinking it would ba accepted by any
paper as eagerly as my other produc
tions Not a bit of it The translator
took it to 14 editors without getting it
accepted and finally it had to be sent to
England
u you nave any treasured shore
lengths of old brocade yon may produce
them now and make the fronts of one of
the long Louis Seize waistcoats of them
And if you are happy enough to possess
qld laco you can make them up en jabot
to wear with the same It is to mount
tho lace on bands of muslin keeping the >
folds quite soft ami using as few stitches
as possible In this way the tender sus
ceptibilities of the fabric are spared
and when the jabot fashion is over and
done with the laco remains to bo used
in some other way Fashion Journal
sue sraaroru house ueiug woritea K a
der parliamentary act all certificate
granted are legal evidence in a court of
aw and are accepted as absolutely cor
rect as to weight condition and designa
tion of goods on the date they passed
through the house Washington Post
I 3r Prices Cream Baking Powder
VofWa I Pelf Highest Meda 1 and Diploma
9 uittnouua null
The Cleveland Electric cailway com
pany is now laying a continuous rail
without the breaks that are usually be
tween lengths The ends of the rails are
carefully welded together with entire
disregard of expansion and contraction
A feature of the welding as explained
by the superintendent is that it can be
done only in streets that aio paved Tko
Stone brick or asphalt holds the rail in
position and covers it so that it is not
subject to heat and cold Experiments
show that under these conditions tho
welding can be done without injury to
the track and with great increase of
comfort to passengers Columbus Dis
patch
The next house will miss the soaring
eloquence and quick wit of Lafo Pence
of Colorado who has decided not to be
a candidate for reelection Mr Pence
won his spurs by tripping Bynum in
the silver repeal debate and later was
conspicuous when the Coxey horde con
centrated on Washington Mr Pence is
a lawyer but has not allowed that fact
to interfere with his being a Populist
His reason for deciding not to return
seems rather odd in a Populist however
1 Ho he cannot live in
er says Washing
ton oo So 000 a yearChicago Tirnos
Cure for Headache
As a 1 remedy for all forms of head
ache Elec ric Bitters has proved to be
the very best It effects a permanent
cure and the most dreaded habitual
sick headaches yield to its influence
We urge all who are afflicted to procure
a bottle and give this remedy a fair
trial In cases ot habitual constipa
tion Electric Bitters cure by giving
the needed tone to the bowels and few
cases long resist the use of this medi
cine Try itonce Large bottles only
Fifty cents at Smoot Drug Co
Dglna ana trance
The British political campaign which
for weeks has been too dull to arouse
tho slightest popular interest has at
length suspended until midwinter The
queens speech at the prorogation is
much ntoro significant than usual It
contains an important intimation re
garding the strained relations with the
French republic which caused the great
est alarm in the foreign office a few
days previous
French aggression in west Africa had
recently become so threatening that
England was almost forced to the con
clusion that it was intended to be an
open affront The news has at length
come that the French troops occupied
Kumassi the capital of Ashanti last
month and it is believed that the Eng
lish government possesses information
of a still bolder invasion of British ter
ritory Now that parliament has ad
journed the country will be deprived of
official news of this and other foreign
complications during the remainder of
the yearNew York Suns London
I Letter
Knew George Sand Well
Colonel James Russell Lowell tells
the story that one of the gentlemen he
met in Chicago had a great deal to say
of his travels in Europe Colonel Low
ell remarked that he greatly enjoyed the
French literature and that George Sand
was one of his favorite authors
Oh yes exclaimed the Chicago
gentleman I have had many a happy
hour with Sand
You knew George Sand then ak
ed Colonel Lowell with an expression oj
surprise
Knew him Well I should rather
say I didl cried the Chicago man and
then he added as a clincher I roomed
with him when I was in Paris Chi
ago Record
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KNOWLEDGE
Brings comfort and improvement ana
tends to personal enjoyment when
lightly used The many who live be
ter than others and enjoy life more wit
less expenditure by more promptly
adapting the worlds best products tr
the needs of physical being will attest
the value to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in tho
remedy Syrup of Figs
Its excellence is due to its presenting
in the form most acceptable and pleas
ant to the taste the refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of a perfect lax
ative effectually cleansing the system
dispelling colds headaches and fevers I
and permanently curing constipation
It has given satisfaction to millions and
met > vith the approval of the medical
profession because it acts on the Kid
neys Liver and Bowels without weak
ening them and it is perfectly free from
every objectionable substance
Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug
gists in 50c and 1 bottles but it is man
ufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co only whose name is printed on ever
package slso t a name Syrup of Figs
and bsojg N Ii iaformed you < wli not
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While you are waiting for good
times economize by trading
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234 West Center Street
Provo
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All Orders delivered by team to Springville Spanish Fork
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Telephone No 31 P O Box 273 Provo City
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Universal Stoves and Ranges
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