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THE EVENING DISPATCH
IOHN L BARTOW Editor and Prop
lEntoredat the rostofflce Provo Utaiifor
lEntred PostoJce
ransmission through the malls as second
matter
The office 01 THE EVENING DISPATCH is
ocated half blocs nortn of the First National
Bank
Al communications Sbould bo addressed t
TiE DISPATCH Provo Utah
NOTICE
Mr E S Oowey is a regular solicitor and
collector for the Dally and SemiWeekly
DISPATCH 4 IHs contracts and receipts will zo
< 1Uv respected by this office
BABTOVT
UNO i nATow
NOTICE
No order from this office will be recognize
In settlement unless signed by
OHNL BARrow
PROVO crT DEC 24 1894
THE GREAT CHRISTIAN FESTIVAL
Tomorrow we celebrate the festival
of the Christian world The founder of
1S94
the Christian religion was born
years since in Bethlehem of Judea
the child of a poor carpenter and Mary
his wife They occupied a manger ID
a stable at tho lime this auspicious
event took place Surely it would
seem there were to be fonnd none of
the usual accessories t kingly birth
about I his lowly acouchment They
who took note of the event were shep
herds the lowly T attendants of the
flocks which gathered the scanty herb
age that grew in the rocky hills ad
jacent Indeed was it an humble affair
in all of its aspects Yet the Muster
of the world had His origin there i
When we reflect that the religion of the
Babe of Betnjehem numbers among its
hosts of today Jmndreds of millions of
the leading and most potent men of the
world and has done so ever since His
birth our conceptions of the impor
tance of that lowly scene in Judea rise
infinitely above all others that distin
guish the history of the wbrld since
creations morning dawned We note
that today the civilization the scien
tific progress the arts the literature
the mechanics in short the triumphs
of all are found among the people who
follow the lead of Him who was once
the foundling of that Judean manger
Is ic not a wonderful story Does not
the story arouse in ones breast all the
enthusiasm of ones nature Recall
the great armies which have marched
to victory the victories gained the
changed face of the world in conse
quence and then ask Yourselves as to
the character of the child born on the
25th of December Anno Domini 1
What matters it whether this child
is really the fruit of the loins of the
Almighty the results following His
birth and teachings have been of such
mighty import to men the system of
morals He established so wonderfully
perfect the triumphs of the civiliza
tion He set at work so momentous and
of such inestimable worth that He is
entirely worthy to be worshipped as
the Son of God though He was bat the
unheralded son of Joseph and Mary
only It is true that Confucius Bhuda
and others have given us systems of
morality following which honestly
many millions ofmen have been happy
contented and virtuous but it is only
within the Christian system that has
been found the highest moral develop
ment the greatest improvements and
the highest triumphs of civilization
Well indeed is it for the Christian world
to celebrate the humble birth of Christ
His triumphs are worthy all this and 5
more
All over Christendom the light of to
morrows sun will set the bells of ca
thedrals cnurches and chapels to ring
ing calling almost unnumbered thou
sands to worship that once lowly bab
of the manger What a triumph I
all these unnumbered thousands re
tain in their hearts one single senti
ment absorbed from the rich gospel He
taught and established while on earth
what a sum ot good the aggregate
would represent This simple sugges
tion contains a tremenduous thought
utters a momentous truth I
is an indication and a suggestion of the
silent and unseen power whic has
wrought out in 1894 years so vast a sum
of good for man Let no Christian heart
ever grow cold Let no Christian en
deavor be relaxed until the
the Christian religion flings its pro
tecting arms about and plants its euob
line impulses in the bosom of every
human being on the face of the great
earth which the Almighty power has
given us for a home
If it were a raise religion entirely the
race would be only the better the
more honorable and virtuous for its ac
ceptance
After you have read thu s far lay
aside this humble paper put your hand
4 deep into your pocket and purchase
somethinganything which will
make one of His redeemed creatures I
the happier because you have lived
amid this Christian civilization and
you will have done about all in your
power t testify your gratitude for the
great benefits He has bestowed upon
us It will do you no harm and make
one of His creatures happy
ALL old ready llans among whom
we are which rejoice to hear of the
wonderful gold strikes now being made
in that hoary old camp That may turn
out that the mcdern gold is as plentiful
as the ancient silver was is our sincE re
prayer However we have always
contended that the California gulch
gold came from a parent deposit which
when discovered would astonish the
world by its extent and richness That
It may be BO we trust sincerely and
also we believe this is but the com
mencement What a glorious thins it
would be if the old 79 80 and 81 days
were t return for the dear old Car
bonate Camp the pride of all the
miners ot the world
THE Catholic church has at last de
glared war against secret societies That
l
f
i
church has won many proud victories
but this is one she will never win
Here she halts She has even waged
war bitter and unrelenting war against
Masonry and the order has prospered
for all the years stretching between the
building of Solomons Temple and tf e
present She may win against Pyth
ianism and Odd Fellowship but when
she strikes Masonry she will I at once
encounter her Waterloo
WHAT an avalanch of sentiment was
contained in the Ogden Standard of the
21st GlasBinan can now go into the
dime novel business and win dimes
where he has heretofore been toying
only with nickles Of course the New
York Tribune any year since it was
founded is conclusive evidence of dem
ocratic unworthiness in the minds of
all republicans of the Standards stripe
Oh Lordl give us argument and not
sentiment I
FROM this out the gold prejudices of
Mr Cleveland will be severely lumped
upon by the democrats especially tie
papers and speakers This term set
tles that gentleman and the real free
silver sentiments of the party will not
be crushed back out of regard for the
feelings of the president We may
look out for a free silver revival soon
At any rate by the time the next nat
i mal campaign opens
WITH all of its many and very grave
faults as a newspaper the Salt Lake
Tribune is just all that it should be as
a silver advocate save onlv for the
inconsistency of trying to maintain
Itself as a republican organ The re
publican party and its vital men of to
day originally demonetized silver and
they have not as yet sufficiently atoned
for the great crime
WE say to the Erice Telegraph that
we do not expect a republican paper to
be either polite or just where a demo
cratic official is concerned However
a good many republican papers haye
commended Gov West for his admir
able conduct of the Ute affair The
Telegraph is away out on the desert
and of course its illmanners and ill
humor both are suffered to go
THE big gold excitement at Lead
vie does not very vastly surprise the
men of 79 80 and 81 We doubt yet
i the parent lode has been found Wo
are firmly convinced that when i is it
will be found to lay immediately under
and facing the cup in the Buckskin
mountains which faces Leadville and
constitutes such a marked feature in
the landscape
WHEN it is determined that Prank
Cannon is the only republican who has
been elected this last bout in Utah
it will not seem to be as great a repub
lican victory after all as it has been
claimed The peopleare nat yetvery
generally convinced f
Frunfle
has been elected after all
LORD RANDOLPH CHURCHiLL is
paralyzed it seems Greater men than
he have suffered from that disease I
the Lord has present need for Lord
Randy he has our permission to take
him off by that or any other mode
RAWLINS speech on the new cur
rency bill was one ofthe most effective
of all that was made The democrats
in congress all congratulated him
warmly as was meteand proper
THE rottenest police on earth is un
questionably to be found in New York
but it must not be forgotten that they
have police in Kansas City St Louis
and Chicago all three
PITTBBTJRG would connect the Smoky
City with the great lakes by a canal
similar to the Manchester enterprise
and with much the same result we
suppose
STATE OF OHIO OITY OT TOLEDO
LUCAS COUNTY ss
FRANK J CHENEY makes oath that
he is the senior partner of the firm of
F J CHENEV Co doing business in
the City of Toledo County and State
aforesaid and that said firm will pay
the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL
LARS for each and every case of
CATARRH that cannot be cured by the
use of HALLS CATARRH CURE
FRANK J CHENEY
Sworn to before me and subrcribed
in my presence this 6th day of Decem
ber A XL 1886
j SEAL I A W GLEASON
1 r i < f Notary Public
Halls Catarrh Cure is takenjnternaHy
and acts directly on the Blood and
mucous surfaces of the system Send
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my son was mixed up in a little forgery
affair Wont that make any difference
Father of the Bride Not
BrdeNot the slight
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Jackson 1 ay Social
The Ladies Democratic club will
give a social on the evening of January
8th 1895 iu honor of members of the
Timpanogos club and others who haye
assisted them in their organization
At the regular meeting December
13th the following committees were
appointed
oN ARRANGEMENTS
Mrs Wilmrth White Mrs John A
Brown Miss May Brown Mrs Emma
Warner and Mia V L Hallidav
ON INVITATION AND REFRESHMENTS
Mrs W D Alexander Mrs M L
Pratt Miss Zina Beck Mrs James
Dunn Mrs Elizabeth Kirkwood Mrs
Belle Nelson Mrs O B Young and
Miss May Bell Thurman
ON DECORATION
Miss Gertie Thurman Ethel Pratt
Nora Beck Mrs W R Pike and Ray
Wilkins
ON RECEPTION
Mrs D A Swan Eltie Farrer Mrs
S A King Mrs E A Wedgwood
Miss Rose Young Mrs J W Booth
Mra Towle Mrs Lizzie Cluff and Mrs
Selby Jones
ON PROGRAM
Mr Cornelia Clayton Mre W D
Roberts jr Mre VV R Pike and Mrr
EA Wilson
These committees are requested to
meet at the county courthouse Thurs
day December 20 at 7 oclock p m
MAY BRowN Secretary
Bncklens Arnica Salve
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Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt
Rheum Fever Sores Tetter Chapped
Hands Chilblains Corns and all Skin
Eruptions and positively cures Piles
or no pay required It ia i guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction or money
refunded Price 25 cents per box
FOR SALE BY Smoot Dru POE
Stop itight Tnere
At the Elite opposite the postoffice if
you are buying candy for the holidays
for you get a chance for every pound
you buy on a set of silverware a fine
bieque doll and l a half dozen other use
ful articles besides ten pounds of
candy
Reduced Rates Via Union Pacific
To all pointson Union Pacific system
within 250 miles of the station from
which ticket is purchased Selling
dates December 24th 25th 31st and
January 1st Good for return until
January 4 1895
SHERIFFS SALE
Pursuant to an order of sale to me
directed by the District court of the
First Judicial district of the territory
of Utah shall expose at public sale
at the front door of the county court
house in the city of Provo county of
Utah and territory of Utah on the
29th day of December A D 1894 at
12 oclock m the following described
real estate
The land and premises directedxto
be sold by this decree ire situated
lying and being In the city of Provo
county of Utah and territory of Utah
an bounded and particularly described
as follows tpwit
Commencing seven 7 rods north of
the southwest corner of block Nofilty
seven 57 plat A Provo city survey
thence east twelve 12 rods thence
north four 4 rods thence west twelve
12 rods thence south four 4 rods to
the place ot beginning
Also commencing 2120 chains east
and 1070 chains north one 1 degree
east of the northwest corner of the
northeast quarter i of section eleven
11 township seven 7 south of range
two 2 east of Salt Lake meridian the
said point being on the south side of
Seventh street in Provo city Utahand
the northwest corner of the Provo
Street Railroad Co land pmchased
from John W Hoover thence south
one 1 degree west on the line of said
Hoover lana to the B G W By Co
land thence northwest with the line
of said railway company lands to the
south side of said Seventh street I
thence south eightynine 89 degrees
east on the south side of said Seventh
street to place of beginning situate
in Proyo city Utah county Utah ter
ritory Together with all and singular
the tenements hereditaments and ap
purtenances thereunto belonging or in
anywise appertaining
To be sold as the property of Theo
dore R Sundburg Flora S Sundburg
his wife National Bank of Commerce
of ProvoUtah corporation N C Lar
sen as assignee Provo Commerical
Savings bank a corporation George M
Scott Co a cuporation N O Nelson
Manufacturing company a corporation
A P DeCamp and William Yule co
partners as A DeCamp Co H H
Bean and Lucinda Bean at the suit of
Charles H Wood
Terms of sale cash
JOHN A BROWN
Sheriff of Utah County
By JAwS E HALL Deputy
Dated at Provo city Utah county
December 8 1894
Thurman l Wedgwood Attorneys
for plaintiff l
r
Photographer Daniels
will reopen the Union Block studio on
November 271894 prepared to do first
class work at prices to meet any and
all competition
ROOM 8 UNION BLOCK
Provo Mali service
HAIL TRAINS LEAVE
U pGoing South 920a m
R G WGoing East 926 a m
E G WGoing West 1155 a m
U PGoin Northw 432 p m
Salt Lake and Salina East 355 p m
Salt Lake and Salina West 415 pm
MAIL TRAINS ARRIVE
U PFrom Salt Lake 920 a m
R G WFrom the West 926 a m
R G WFrom the Eaet 1155 a m
SaltLake and Salina West 355 pm
Salt Lake and Salina East 415 pm
U 9 P Mail from South 432 p m
OFFICE HOURS
The general deliyery stamp and reg
Istry windows open at 8 a m and
close at 530 p m
The money order window opens at 9
a m and closes at 4 p m
On Sundays and legal holidays the
general delivery and stamp windows
are open from 1130 m to 1230 p m
Mil pouches close thirty minutes
before the arrival of trains
W D KOBKSTS
Postmaster l
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OHEKIFFS ALE PtliSUANT TO A DE
S r J1 fr sttcPt
3 orco of foreclosure I and order of sale to
itier directed ly the District Court of the
fifg ll1frr cfI rIf eC ig yt
ilistfadlclai District of the Terriory Of
Utah shall expose at public sale at tie front
door of the County Courthouse m tho City of
Provo County of Utah and Territory of Utah
on the 17th day of December 1894 at 12 oclock
JI the following described real estate
The land and promises directed to bo sold by
this decree are situate lying and being in the
Provo Gty ounty of Utah and Ter
territcry ot Utah and bounded and particu
larly described as follows towit
Commencing at the northeast corner of lot
five LI block sixtyfive 651 plat A Provo City
survey of building lots and running thence
soutal dye U21 rods thence west four l41
sthj no north twClve 1I21 rods thence
casH it f Uie place of beginninf
Area fortjH l uaro rods With all
and singular uiiucments hereditaments
and aopurtenauces tnerounto belonging or in
anywise appertaining
JLo bo es sold us the property of Aquilia Col
lins at the suit of the First National bank of
Provo a corporation
Terms of sale cash
Dated at Proo city Utah County Utah
Territory thisSOth day of Novcmoer A D
1894
1 JOHN A BROWN
Sheriff Utah County
Sam A Ring Attorney lor plaintiff
1UFAIISIIALS SALE PdrHUANT TO AN
MARSHALS and decree of foreclosure
to me directed by the District Court of
the First Judicial District of the Territory of
Utah 1 shall expose at public sale at the tront
door of tile county courthouse in Hrovo city
county of Utah and territory ot Utah on the
3rd day of January 1895 at It oclock a m
all the right title claim and interest of John
Beck Henry Rice Jonathan Rice William
Stlx David EiBemanSenjarnin Eisoman and
Klias Michael partners under the name of
Rico Stix Co Jonn J Cushntr Charles E
Powell J A Cunningham and Henry E Tay
lor of in andato thu following described real
estatosituato lying and being in Utah county
territory Utah and doscribed as follows
towit
The southwest quarterofthe northwestquar
ter and lots four 4fie and six Gof section
twentynye So township five 5 south o
range onel west also lots numbered two 2
four 4 and five 5 of section twentythree 23
the numbered one land the southeast
quarter of the northeast quarter of section
twentysix 20 and lot numbered three 3 I of
section twentyfive 25 all in township five I
5 south of range one 1 west Sale Lake mer
edian comprising in all two hundred aid
ninetytwo 40100 29210100 acres more or
less And also nil the right iltle and interest of
said party of the first part in and to tho fol
lowing parcels of lund situate in Utah county
Utah territory towit
Tho southwest quarter of section twenty
three 23 township five 5 south of range one
1 west comprising one hundred and sixty
1G01 acres
To be sold as the property of John Book at
the suit of venn Sullivan
Tsauictsh
> = 1 X fay JJlllUllrtjU J IJJyMMOfciY VJ 114111 Deputy Dlictt
Dated December 11 1814
W C HALL attorney for plaintiff
TSTRAY NOTICEI have in my possession
PJ the following described animals im
pounded as estrays or for trespass
One bay wok horse about 8 or years old 3
white feet and white strip in face branded
on left thigh
One light red yearling heifer with crop off
each ear and slit in each ear Branded
on loft ribs
b
One spotted cow about three years old with
slit and hole in left ear Branded A onright
ribs LOne
ribsOne
One red yearling heifer with crop off loft
ear Ore ded fiSZ SfiX on right hip
gonrighthiP
If damage and costs on said animals bo not
paid within days from date of this no
tice they will be sold to the highest cash bidder
at the Spanish Fork city pound at 2 oclock p
m on the 28th day of December 1894
Dated at Spanish Fork city Uteri county
territory of Utah this 18th day of December
1891
REES D JAMES
Poundheepor of saW City
E STRAY NOTICE nave in my nosses
L Bion the following described animals Im
pounded as eatrays or for trespass
One grey horsa about 12 years old Branded
TX on right hip
One black maro 5 years old Branded
i on right thigh
yoIf
If damage and costs on said
animals be not paid within seven
days from date of this notice they will
be sole to tho highest cash bidder at the
Springvillo city estray pound at 2 oclock
p m 6n tho 2bth day of December 1834
Daiet t Snringvillo city Utah County
Territory of DtnV this 20th day of December
189
R ti BIRD
Poundkeeper of said City
17STRAY NOT1CEI HAVE IN MY POS
Jjj sesSIOn the following described animal
impounded as estray or for trespass
One black bull about 1 year old upper half
crop of right ear no brands visible
II dam ° BO and costs on saidanimal be not
paid withm ten days from date of this notice
it will b3 sold to the highest cash bidder at the
estray pound at 1 oclock p in on the 29th
day December lt > 94
Dated Pleasant Grove city Utah county
Territory of Utah this 19th day of December
18ll 1 l I
TJ WEEKS
Poundkeeper of said city
1 FGAL NOTICE IN THE PBOBATE
LEGAL of Utah county territory of Utah
In the matter of tho estate of Charles Phil
lips deceased
Notice of time and place for hearing of pe
tition for admission to probate of will
Pursuant to an order of said court in said
matter notice is hereby given that Saturday
the 29th day of December A D 1894 at 10
Gclock a m at tho county courthouse in
Provo city Ctah county territory Utah in
tho courtroom of said court has been ap
pointed the time and place for the hearing of
a petition of George Phillips praying for
tM admission to probate of a certain docu
ment therewith presented purporting to be
the last will and testament of Charles Phil
lips deceased when and where all persons
interested may appear and contest the pro
bate ot said will or the granting of letters
testamentary to George Phillips and Julia P
Wanlass as prayed for in said petition
Dalcd Provo City December 181894
VL HALUDAY
Probate Clerk Utah County U T
TrABSHALS 1 SALE PURSUANT TO AN
JLVi order of sale to me directed by the Dis
trict Court in ana for the First Judicial District
county of Utah and territory of Utah I
shall expose atptFillo sale at thefront door
of the county courthouse in the city of Provo
county of Utah and territory Utah on tho
S4th day Decembor1694 at 12 clock M the
following described real estate towit
Beginning at the southeast corner of block
18mplatAJ > Payson City survey running
thence north one and 78100 chains thence
west two and 76100 chains thence one and
78100 chains thence east two and 75100
chains to place of beginning nil In Utah
county Utah teiritory
To bo sold as the property of 0 W Brewer
ton tCo at the suit of M D Wells Co
Terms of sale cash
1
Dated December 3 ISO
NAT M BtticscAM U Marshal
I ry W ONOPKELIJ Deputy Marshal
Johoa Schrocdznexafor plaintiff
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Lumber Yard al1d Planing Mill
Carry Everything in the BUILDING LINE
TELEPHONE NO 32 PROVO CITY UTAH
hKOFESSlONAU CARDS
SAMUEL A KING
AttorneyatLav
Collections Promptly Attended to
O co First National Bank Building Prove
ROBERT ANDERSON
HriomefaHav J
Rooms 4 and 5 Eldredgo Block
PROVO CITY UTAH
D D HOUTZ
AttorneyAtLaw
Rooms 4 and 5Eldredge Block
Provo Utah
HFF REED
DnF
DEJTIST
Office over Pyne and Maibens Drug
Store Provo Utah
D GASH
AD
AtorneyatLaw
Boom 7County Courthouse
PROVO CITY UTAH
THTTRMAN WEDGWOOD
THURM
AttorneysatLaw
Rooms land 3 Firat National Bank flnilolng
PROVO a UTAH
ABNER KNIGHT
WARNER
I Attorney and Counselor
I At Law
Rooms 13 8 14 Union Block Provo City Utah
D JONES
J
AttorneyatLaw
Rooms and First National Bank building
with Thurmau li Wedgwood
I Provo City Utah
MM KELLOGG E CORFMAN
ELLOGG CORFMAN
KELLOGG
Attorney sat Law
Room 3 Hines Building
Provo City co Utah
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NOWLDEN 4 JONES
K s
GENERAL Hill AND LIFE
IHSunAMGE a MH TS
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PROVO tit lJ
A McOTJRTAIN M D
AIMcOURTAIN
Physician and Surgeon
Office rooms 3 and 4 Hines Block Provo
Office hours 9 to 12 a mf 3 to 4 p m
Resldencoono block north of First ward meet
house Itesidenco telephone l No 4f of
inirhouse 0fsNo
house1l 1 g fo
flee telephone 28
H ALLEN M D
S a
Residence aud office 6th street
One biock east of Tabernacle
PKOVO UTAH
B SEARLE
W
Civil Engineer
Irrigation and Water Power Plans Deputy
US Mineral Surveyor City
Surveyor of PrOVO
OFFioE IN COURT HOUSE
C WATKINS I
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IrtiiiieGi and Superintendent
Office In Union Block
PROVO UTAH
A WILSON
E
Attorneyatlaw
Booms 5 and 7 Bank Building
lrovo City Utah
R W E HLLM AN
DR
DENTIST
Gates BlORk Provo City Utah
gainless Dentistry
K KING
S
ATTORNEYATLAW
Rooms 1 2 3 and 4 Swasey Mar
tins bank building
PROVO CITY UTAH
H A AVEROAMP CO
Abstracters of Titles
Loans and Insurance
Provo City Utah
BOREN CHRISTENSEN
Hllorneualhavr
Mount Pleasant Utah
F a H SIMMONS
Physician and Surgeon
Office Excelsior Block
Rooms 1 2and 3
Old office of Dr Bick rd Provo Utah
PROBATE NOTICE IN THE PROBATE
j Court in and for Utah County Utah Ter
ritory In tha matter ol the estate of Thomas
E CHU deceased
Order appointing time ami place for settle
ment of final account and to hear petition for
distribution
On reading and filing the petition of Martha
Fennadministratrix ot rue estate or Thomas
fenn deceased setting forth that she has
filed her final account ot her administra
tion upon said estate in this court that till
debts except a balance of court fees have
been fully paid and that a portion of
said etate remains to bo devided
among tho boilS of said deceased and praying
among other things for an order allowing
oaid final account and of distribution of the
residue of said estate among the persons en
titled
It is ordered that all persons Interested in
the estate bf thesaid Tnomas Fenn a
be > and appear before tho Probate court of the
County ot Utah at the courtroom of said
curt in the County courthouse on tho Jth
day of Dec Ib94 at 10 oclock a m tnen and
there to show cause why an order u lowing
saId final account and of distribution should
not be made of the residue of ald estate
among the heirs and devises the said Thom
as Venn deceased accordirg to law
ills further ordered that the clerk causa
notice to be posted in three public places in
Utah couut > aud a copy oi tins order be pub
lished in TUB DISPATCII a newspaper printed
and circulated Utah county three weeks
uecessively prior to said S9th day of Decem
ber Iba4 S
WARREN DUSENBERRT
Probate Judge
Dated Dec 418 1
Territory of Utah tsa I
County of Utah pa <
1 V L Hallidaj clerk of the Probate court
in and for Utah county territory of Utah
hereby certiiy that the foregoing a full
true and correct copy of tho original order
appointIng time and place lor settlement of
final account nd to hear petition for the dis
but on In the estate of Tnomas Fenn deceased
eased and nowon file and or record In my
office
Witness my hand and the seal of said Probate
court at my office in Provo city
SEAL this 4th day of jucc A D Ib94
V L HALLWAY
Clerk of tho Probate CourtUtah county UT
DD Houtz attorney
STRAY NOTICE have my possession
PJ the following described animals im
pounded > as estrays or for trespass
One yearling red ether with white face and
crop off earBrand resemblIng
on loft hIp
One brown mare about 3 or 4 years old
vhlth no bnmdq visible
I damage and costs ou said animals be not
paid within 10 days from the date of this
notice they will be sold to the highest cash bId
der at Spanish Fork city pound at 2 oclock p
in on the 24th day of December 1894
Dated ut Spanish Fork city Utah county
territory 8J4 of Utah this 4th dayof December
BEEs D JAMES
Poundkeoper of said City
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CO tyV Time Table In Effect Dec 16 1894
PICOr
SOUTH Subject to change with NORTH
out notIce
No1 tassg No2 Passgr
Levs Daily STATONS Ar Daily
200 am Ogden 6 30 pm
A 310 am Salt Lake Lv 20pm
Lv745 Ar 61u
84 u LhiJunction 412
843 I Leh 4 10
8 50 I American Fork4 03 I
855 Pleasant Grove350
904 Lake View 3 47 u
uh
915 Provo 337
l
925 Springville 329
934 u SEaniBh Fork 318
940 BenJamin 812
952 PaysonH 301 I
1001 I Santaqui 250
1055 Nephi 255
1255 pm Moroni 915 am
140 Ephrai I 830
2 05 LMent 80
An35 a m Juab 1Q p m Lv
Lv ll55p m uab h A
810pm Milford LOi am
1000 p m Frisco 430
Arrive Leave
Trains South of Juab run daily except Sunday
Trains Leave Salt Lake for Otjden daily at 7o a n t30 am 240 520pm
Trains leave Ogden for Sal Lake daily at 200am 900am8 10pm610 pm
Logan Train leaves Provo at337 p m Salt Lake 240 pm arrive Logan 640
p m
Service between Provo and Eureka leave Provo 3 37 p m arrive Eureka
1130 a m leave Eureka 120 p m and arrive Provo 915 a m
Trains for terminus and Tooele run daily except Sunday leaving Salt Lake at
745 a m
BemQTiber the Union Pacific i the best line for New Mexico and A rizcaa
Before buvincr Through Tickets pea our figures 24
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