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THE EVENING DISPATCH
IOHN L BARTOW Editor and Prop
Entered at the Postolflce at Provo Utah for
ransmisslon through the mails as second
mattorl
The office 01 THE EvENING DISPATCH IB
ocatod half bloc north of tho First National
Bank
Al communications should be addressed to
THEDISFATCH Provo Utah
TREDIP ATCl
NOTICE
Air B S Oowey is a regular solicitor and
and SemiWeeklY
collector for the Dally SmlWoekl
DISPATCH 1 jSis contracts and receipts will oo
dUvTOspeclod by this officeUNO
UNO J BAHTOW
NOTICE
No order from this office will be recognize
In settlement unless signed by
OfiNL BAUTOW
PHOVOOIT1 DEC 26 1894
CHICAGOS OPPORTOMTT
Anyone who jumps t the conclusion
that Chicago is behind or stupid in any
case where her own interests are in the
least concerned will make a vast mis
take That she is completely capable
ot taking full care of herself no one can
doubt for a moment who has observed
her wonderful career Yet the circum
stances evolved by the financial policy
prevailing in this nation for the last
score or so of years has given to Chi
cago an opportunity which had abe
the wisdom to avail herself of it would
have moved the sceptre of commercial
supremacy from New York and crowned
with it the fair western city of which we
are writing this evening It is not too
late even now and it is by no means a
dead sure thing that she will not yet
avail herself of it She is western in
head heart brawn and muscle Her
sympathies her hopes her aspirations
in fact and in short her very future
are bound up with the men of the
mountainsthe men who delve
in the silver depths of the hoary
old Rockies It is true that so far she
has coveted only the countenance of
the wheat farmers but wheat without
silver is but a poor predicate for the
city which has on its card s engraved
deeply and indellibly rivalry with
New York for commercial supremacy
The wonder only is that Chicago
stops at wheat why she does not go
for all the underlying means of per
petuating her one great interest wby
she does not pitch herself in soul and
body for the money of the ages the
money which before its degradation
held wheat up to a 8100 per bushel
I and which has kept step with the de
scending scale until now with our
silver at sixty cents she sells her
wheat atjlo This drives away
xne general western sentiment that
Chicago is worthy to become the com
mercial and financial center of the west
Vith Chicago working daily and in
earnest for free silver we could confi
entlv count on remonetization and
100 for wheat 129 per ounce for
t silver > and the full quickening of the
entire west while still the two un
reeled years of democratic administra
tion remain to us
I is a wonderful responsibility
which she totes in this matter Her
possible four millions of people and
all that that implies hangs on it What
will she do with it We are of
those who still believe that with au 11 of
the memories and prejudices of the
past joined to her plainly indicated best
interests she will yet throw off New
York methods and prejudices
and become what she alone I
can become the true queenly
and all unapproachable queen of the
queenly west To do this she must
lead in this great work of restitution
the remonetization of silver She
owes it to the barearmed strong
chested men who are now and who
have been for forty years standing
loyally by her side building her up
with palaces and colossal fortunes
while they have been satisfied with
their hovels and their
thei scanty crusts
and wretched pinching poverty I is
time for Chicago to wake up to look
out upon this matter from a broader
standpoint than yesterdays margins
for wheat Come in with ns and place
both wheat and silver where they were
twenty years ago or before John Sher
mans impious hands were laid upon
silver at the command of the Shylocks
of Lombard street and New York
An hours loyalty to the great west
would be worth more to the business
interests of Chicago than an hundred
years of fealty t the New York
bankers Let her think 01 all this
Let her act and yet will the great west
dominate and forever pour into the lap
Ot her fair patron the wealth that is
far greater than that of lade
THE Pope has again interdicted the
BSCrect orders The head of the church
has an undoubted right to prescribe the
rules which are t govern the member
ship of his church We do not dispute
this ri b but the individual Odd Fel
low Knight of Pythiasjr Son of Tem
perance has the same character of
right to choose between his lodge and
his church It is a great pity that the
Church cannot work with the orders
named because so much of the work of
both lies along the same lines The I
elevation of man the purifying of life I
the amelioration of the condition of
the human family the care for the
morals and the restraining forces
With all these in full play in both
lodge and church we cannot see why
they cannot work together However
we do not complain
IT woald be very amusing it i were
J not fraught with so many and such
dire consequences all this groaning
oyer the count The commission is
just dofns what these distressed pa
triots are calling on them to do give us
an honest count and because it is
honest and does show up republican
frauds and assumptions as well as
democratic success and further that
already indicates j democratic Ascen j
wtf
cency in the convention the republican
can papers as well as wouldbe conbti
tution tinkerersire not satisfied and are
groaning with all their might I only
is an honest c uit which counts them
in whether or no
HON M A BREBDEV writes a tear
ful blood and thunder letter to the
Tribune of the 24th in which he simply
talks nonsense as he always does when
eyer he sbootsoffhs bazoo or puts ron
to paper He talks of the nhapDY
South Why Mr Breeden never in
his Hie saw an unhappy Southerner
unless he had drifted into the repub
lican party This isnt Mr Breedens
urievance He is afraid the fair
count of the commission is likely to
give the convention to the democrats
and he is unhandsomely unhcppy in
consequence
I
THE Logan Nation is very good to us
and it breaks us ail up when it says
TIE DISPATCH is too good to be a
democratic paper Of coura we un
derstand just what this means but we
have only one ambition and that is to
make a democratic paperworthy of the
noble democrats of Utah territory
And in doing this we feel certain we
are serving the highest and best inter
ests of the whole people of Utah
THE Christmas ana Sunday editions
ot the papers which are made up only
oC plate matter are shams of the first
water indicate nothing are not evi
dences of literary skill or business en
terprise The fact is they belong to
the genus humbug The only wonder
is that there are to be found those who
are willing to be caught
THE republican patriots are growing
sick and sicker as the days go by
since the count stopped Anything
would be better for them than this sus
pense They are now ciphering on the
hues the democrats haye beenand they
evidently have come accross the same
line of facts
YESTERDAYS Tribune was just a
Christmas daisy Why does that deli
cate and virtuous republican organ
persist in living among a lot of democra
tic thieves when i could just drop oyer
the line into Idaho and be happy
THE Sunday fpapers of Salt Lake are
too large There are few mel in Utah
who have sufficient territory between
the door and the wolfto afford time to
read them Thats the only objection
JAPAN is justly very proud of her
singular triumphs oyer China and the
Emperor says so in just so many words
Well it i something to be proud of
sure enough
POOR Randy Churchill comes home
from the Oirent apparently in the last
stages of disease Poor fellow We re
grail but then the world will live
REEDE is a man who hates that
character of public administration
which keeps republicans out of the
public service
How wonderfully the republicans hate
fraud or what they call fraud any
thing which keeps them out of office
THE country is likely to have enough
of this Mulvaney nastiness ere we have
heard the last of it
STATE OF OHIO CITY OT T0LED0t
LUCAS COUNTY f 1 EB
FRANK J CHENEY makes oath that
he is the senior partner of the firm of
F J CHENEY 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 CUBE
FRANK J CHENEY
Sworn to before me and eubrcribed
in my presence this 6th day of Decem
ber AV 1886
j l I A W GLEASON
1 J SEAL f Notary Public
Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally y
and acts direcLly on the blood and I
mncouB surfaces of the system Send I
for testimonials free
F J CHENEY CO Toledo O
ClTSold by druggists 75c
r A WISE FARMER
There is a farmer who is yy
Enough t take his ee I
And study nature with his i
And thinks of what he cc
He hears the chatter of the j
As they each other t
And sees that when n tree dkk
I makes a home for Lb
A yoke of oxen ho wil uu
With many haws and gg
And their mistakes ho will xqq
When plowing for his pp
Ho little buys but much he sells
And therefore little 0
And when he hoes his soil by spells
He also soils his hose
I Macon Telegraph
A excellent object lesson has been
given by Herr Koch the German phys
icist who wishes to illustrate the for
mation of glaciers t his students He
took a square tray having a sloping
gutter down which yellow I
pitch
gter yelow pirll re
sembling colophony which like ice IB
plastic under pressure and brittle under
tension was allowed to flow the gutter
being first lined with very hot pitch so
aa to give the main flow a better hold
on the sides Transverse fissures Ilk
ho crevices in a glacier appear in the
middle of the stream and smaller ones
join them from the edges Where te
ed widens longitudinal crevices
wides longitdinal cevces are
nrtisinned Itadon Times
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All these remedies are guaranteed to
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the dealer whose name is attached
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Jackson Day Social
The Ladies Democratic club will
giye a social on the evening of January
8th 1895 iu honor of members of the I
Timpanojros club and others who have
assisted them in their organization
At the regular meeting December
13th the following committees were
appointed
ON ARRANGEMENTS
Mrs Wilmirth White Mrs John A
Brown Miss May Brown Mrs Emma
Warner and Mrs V L Halliday
ON INVITATION AND REFRESHMENTS
Mrs W D Alexander Mrs M L
Pratt Miss Zina Heck 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 I
Nora Beck Mrs W R Pike and Bay
Wilkins
ON RECEPTION
Mrs D A Swan Ettie Farrer Mrs
S A King Mrs E A Wedgwood
Miss Rose Young Mrs J W Booth
Mrs Towle Mrs Lizzie Cluff and Mrs
Selby Jones i
ON PROGRAM
Mrs Cornelia Clayton Mrs W D
Roberts jr Mrs W B Pike and Mr
EA Wilson
Tnese committees are requested to
meet at the county courthouse Thurs
day December 20 at 7 oclock p 1 m
MAY BROWN Secretaiy
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Bucklens Arnica Salve
THE BEST SavE in the world for
Outs Bruise Sores Ulcers Fait
Rheum Eever Sores Tetter Chapped
Hands Chilblains Corns and all Skin
abruptions and positively cures Piles
or no pay required It 15 guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction or money
refunded Price 25 cents per box
FOE SALE BY Smoot Drn foe
Stop Kiglic There
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
bisque doll and a half dozen other use
ful articles besides ten pounds of
candy
Reduced Rates Via Union Paciiic
To all points on Union Pacific system I
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
SBERLFFS SALE
Pursuant to an order of sale to me
directed by the District court of the
First Judicial district of the territory
of Utah I shall expose at public sale
at the front door of tne 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 directed to
be sold by this decree jire situated L
lying and being In the city of Provo
county of Utah and territory of Utah
and bounded and particularly described
as follows towIt
Commencing seven 7 rods north of
the southwest corner of block NoJfilty
seven 57 plat A Proyo city survey
thence east twelve 12 rods thence
north four 4 rodsthence west twelve
12 rods thence south four 4 rods to
the place ot beginning
Also commencing 21 20 chains east
and 1070 chains north one 1 degree
east of the northwest corner of the
northeast quarter J of section eleven
ell 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 orner of the Provo
Street Railroad Co land puicnased
from John W Hoover thence south
one 1 degree west on the line of said
Hoover lana to the R G W Ky Co
land tbence northwest with the line
of said railway company lands to the
south side of said Seventh street
thence south eightynine 89 degrees
east on the south side of said Seventh
street to place of beginning situate
I in Proyo city Utah county Utah ter
ritory Together with all anft 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 a corporation N C Lar
sen as assignee Provo Com merica 1
Savings bank a corporation George M
Scott Co a coporation N O Nelson
Manufacturing company a corporation
A P DeOamp and William Yule co
partners as A P DeCamp Co H H I
Bean and Lucinda Bean at the suit of I
Charles H Wood
Terms of sale cash
JOHN A BROWN
Sheriff of Utah County
By JAMES E HALL Deputy
Dated at Provo city Utah county
December 81894
Thurman Wedgwood Attorneys
for plaintiff
4
Farmers Attention
Money loaned on irrigated farms at
10 per cent per annum Write or ap
ply personally to
SllURL OOnNABY
an nsoh Fork Utah
I
Important Change of Time I
By way of the Union Pacific com
mencing December 16th
Passenger train No1 from Salt Lake
will depart ft r all points south at 915
instead of 920 a m as heretofore
Passenger Tram No 2 from the south
will depart lor all points north at 337
p m instead of 432 pm KB here
tofore
See corrected time card elsewhere in
this paper t
For Sale at a Bargain
I Iiayo three thoiisniid feet of
tAvoincli iron piping for sale
cheap Heres a bargain
S S JONEN
Half Rates for HaUdays
For Christmas ind New Years holi
days the Rio Grande Western Ry will
make a rate of one single fare tor the
round trip between all stations ou the
system that is tickets may be sold
from or to arjy poInt on the line Sell
ing dates December 24 25 31 and
Januaiy 1 good for returning until
January 4 For further information
apply to any ticket agent of the R G
W Ey Co
C E ALEY
Photographer Daniels
will reopen the Union Block studio on
November 27 1894 prepared to do first
class work at prices to meet any and i
an competition
II ROOM 8 UNION BLOCK
Provo Mali gervieu
MAIL TRAINS LEAVE
D JGoing South 920 ra
R G WGoing East 926 a m
R G WGoing West 1155 am
U PGoin North 432 p m
Salt Lake and alina 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 926am
R G WFrom the East 1155 a m
Salt Lake and Salina West 355 p m
Salt Lake and Salina East 415 pm
U P Mail from South 432 p m
OFFICB HOURS
The general delivery stamp and reg
istry i windows open at 8 a m ono
close at 530 p m
The money order window opens at f i
a m and closes at 4 p m I
On Sundays and legal holidays tin
general delivery and stamp window
are open from 1130 m to 1230 p ru
Mail pouches close thirty minutes
before the arrival of trains
W D KOBBBTS
Postmaster
TTAfiSHALS PCJRUANTIO AN
xVJL order of sale 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 the county courthouse in Provo city
county of Utuhad territory ot Utah on the
3rd duy of January 1895 at 11 oclock a m
ull the right title claim and interest of John
Beck Henry Wee Jonathan lUco William
Stix David Eiseman Benjamin Elseman and
Klias Michael partners under the name of
lUce Stix X John J Cushinir Charles E
Powell J 1 A Cunningham and Henry B Taj
lor of in andto thu following described real
estatosituate lying and being in Utah county
territory of Ctah and described as follows
towit
aiosouthwesfifirtorofthenorthwcstqUar
ter und lots four 4tle und Bin Ool section
twentyfive 25 township five ii south of
range one 1 west also lots numbered two 2
four 41 and five 5 of section twentythree 23
the numbered one 1 and the southeast
quarter of the nortveast quarter of section
twentysix 26 and lot numbered three H of
section twentylive 25 all in township five
5 south of range one 1 west Salt Lake mer
edian comprising in all two hundred and
ninetytwo 40100 29240100 acres more or
less And also all the right title and interest of
said party of the first part in and to the fol
lowing parcels of land situate in Utah county
Utah territory towit
The southwest quarter of section twenty
three 23 township five 5J south of range one
1 west comprising one hundred and sixty
1C01 acres
To be sold as the property of John Book at
sbit itt rls rl
the suit of Dennis Sullivan
Terms of sale cash
NAT M BRIOHAM U S Marshal
By J BTiiLMONY Deputy
Dated December 111894
W C HALL attorney for plaintiff
TTSTRAY NOTICE have in my possession
ESTRAY following described animals im
pounded as estrays or for trespass
One bay workhorse about 8 or 9 years old 3 I
white feet and white strip in fnco branded
on left thigh
One light red yearling heifer with crop off
each ear and slit in each ear Branded
on left ribs
tine spotted cow about three years old with
slit and hole in left ear Branded JL on right
ribs a
ribsOne
One red yearling heifer with crop off t
ear Branded gftt3t on right hip
i JonrighthiP
If damage and costs on said animals bo not
paid within 10 days from date of this no
tice they will be soldtothe highest cash bidder
at the Spanish Fork city pound at 2 oclock p
in on tho2Sth day of December 1894
Dated at Spanish Fork city Utah county
territory of Ulahthis 18th day of Dceember
1891
REES D JAMES
Poundkeeporot imivi City
NOTICE HAVE IN MY
ISTtAY POS
LA seSSIon the following described animal
impounded as estray or for trespass
mo blade bull about 1 year old upper half
crop of right ear no brands visible
If damge and costs on said animal be not
paid within ten days Horn date of this notice
it will bj sold to the highest cash bidder at the
estray pound at 1 oclock p m on the 29th
day December ties
Dated at Pleasant Grove city Utah county
Territory of Utah this 19th day of December
1891
R WEEKS
Poundkeepor of said city
T EQAL NOTICEIN THE PBOBATE
LEGAL of Utah county territory of Utah
In the matter of the estate of Chdrles 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 hereby given that Saturday
the 29th day of December A D 1894 at 10
oclock a m at the county courthouse in
Provo city Ctah county territory of Utah in
the courtroom of said court has been ap
pointed the time and place for the hearing of
a petition of George Phillips praying for
the admission probate of a ceitain docu
ment therewith presented purporting to be
the last will and testament of Charles Phil
lips deceased when and whore 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
HTn ln na nvI > 1 tnln anlt n
n au JUU
Dated Proyo City December 181894
V L HALLIDAY
Probate Clerk Utah Oounty Uy
MATtSHALS SALE PURSUANT TO AN
MA 1 order of sale to directed by the Dis
ti let Court in anu for the First Judicial District
county of Utah and territory of Utah I
shall expose at pu jlic sale at the front door
of the county courthouse in the city of Provo
county of Utah and territory of Utah on the
24th day Decemborlfe94 at 12 oclock M the
following described real estate towit
Beginning the southeast corner of block
18 in plat A Payson City survey running
thence north one and r810u chains thence
west twoand 75100 chains thence one and
7H100 chains thence east two and 75100
chains to place of beginning all In Utah
county Utah tei ritory
To bo sold as the property of C W Brewer
ton Co at the suit of M D Wells Co
Terms of sale cash
Dated December S 1894
NATbI BIIIOIIAM U SMarshal
By W ONOBREM Doputy Marshal
opoalt Sahroedor attorpOYB for plaintiff
= = 3J Ii
E J WARD SONS
Lvi nbor Y 2rd and Planing Milt
Carry Everything in the BUILDING LINE
TELEPHONE 110 32 a PROVO CITY UTAHa
fKOFESSIONAL CARDS
SAMUEL A KING
AttorneyatLaw
Collections Promptly Attended is
0 co First Motional Bank Building Prova
ROBERT ANDERSON
MiorneuaHaw
Rooms 4 and 5 Eliedge I Block
PROVO CITY UTAH
DD HQUTZ
AttorneyAtLaw
Booms 4 and 5 Eldredge Block
Provo Utah
KJ F EEED
DnF
DEJTIST
Office over Pyne and Maibena Drug
Store Provo Utah
A DGASH
A
Jtorneyat Law
Hoom 7 County Courthouse
PROVO CITY UTAH
THURMAN It WEDGWOOD
AttorneysatLaw
Rooms and 3 First National BnitBnilolngj
PROVO c a UTAH
WARNER KNIGHT
Attorney and Counselor
At Law
Rooms Sr 14 Union Block Provo City Ulah
D JONES
J
AttorneyatLaw
Rooms and First National Bank building
with Thurman e Wedgwood
I
Provo City Utah
MM KELLOGG E E COKPMAN
OGt G9BFMAN
KELLOGG s
AttcgfoeysatLaw
Rboml Hines Building
Provo City Utah
B EXNOklDES I I E xJOes
tXNOWLDEN < it JONES
GENERAL HIRE AIm LIFE
IHSIJ3AUGE AqEriIS
0iloalJ
fRrVf1
A McCUETALN M D
AIMcCU
Physician and Surgeon
Office rooms 3 and 4 Hines Block Provo
Office hours 9 to 12 a m2 to 4 p m
Residonceone block north of First ward meet
ing house Residence telephone No 4E of
fice telephone 28
H ALLEN D
S
Residence aud office 6th street
One block east of Tabernacle
PROVO UTAH
B SEARLE
W
Civil Engineer
Irrigation and Water Power Plans Deputy
U S Mineral Surveyor City
Surveyor of Provo
OFFICE IN COURT HOUSE
R > C WATE2N8
IB
IBflrcMM
flrcMM and Superintendent
Office in Union Block
PROVO UTAH
A WILSON
E
Attorneyatlaw
Rooms 5 and 7 Bank Buildlnur
Provo City Utah
Fn W E GILLMAN
DR
DENTIST
Gates Block Provo City Utah
Painless Dentistry
S K KING
ATTORNEYAHAW
Rooms 1 2 3 and 4Swasey Mar
tins bank building
PROVO CITY UTAH
LJ AVEROAMP CO
H
Abstracters of Titles
Loans and Insurance
Provo Citv Utah
OOREN CHRISTENSEN
SOREN
Jt1iorneyal haw
Mount Pleasant Utah
F H SIMMONS
Physician and Surgeqn
Office Excelsior Block
Rooms 12 and 3
OJ4 office of Dr Bipfcfordj Proyo Utph
T ILOBATE NOTICE IN THE PROBATE
PROBATE
I irl Court in and for Utah County Utah Ter
I ritory In the matter fthe estate of Thomas I
tenn deceased
Order appointing time and place for settle
g xrai
m ent of final account and to hear petition for I
distribution
I
f
On reading and filing the petition of Martha
Fenn administratrix of the estate or Thomas
Fenn deceased setting forth that she has
filed her final account oi her administra
tion upon said estate in this court that all I
debts except a balance of court lees have
been fgCllgte paid gs that a portion of i
said estate remains to be devided I
among the heirs of said deceased and praying
among other things for an order allowing
eaid final account and of distribution ot the I
residue < > f said estate among the persons en
titled1
It is ordered that all persons inter < stod in
the estate of thesaid Tnomas Feun deceased
be and appear before the trobate court of the
County ot Utah at the courtroom of said
court in the County courthouse on tho 29th
day of Dec JtttU at 10 oclock a m then and
thero to show cause why an oider a lowing
said final account and of distribution should
not bo made of the residue of said estate i
among the heirs and devises of the said Thom
as Fenn deceased uccordii g to law
It is further ordered that tho clerk cause
notice to be posted in three guie places in I
r tab count and a copy of this order be pub I
shed in THE DISPATCH a newspaper printed
and circulated in Utah county three weeks
successively prior to said 29th day of Decem
ber lbM
WARREN N D DS E NBERR T
Probate Judge
Dated Dec 4 1894
Territory of Utah tss I
Count of Utah f b8t
1 V L Halliday dork of tho Probate court
in I and for Utah county territory of Utah
hereby certify that too foregoing is a full
true an correct copy of the original order
appointing time and place fur settlement of
final account > nd to htarpotition for the die
but on in the estate of Thomas Fenn do
ceased and nowon file and of record In my
office
Witness my hand and the seal of said Probate
court at my office in Provo city I
SEAL this 4th day of ec A D 1894 I
V Ii HLLtDAY
Clerk of tho Prfb tn CourtUtsih county UT
DD Houtz attorney
E STRAIT NOTICE i nave in my possession
iA the following described animal impound
ed as estray or fur trespass
One red heifer about 1 year old upper slope
oil the rIght ear upoor half crop oft the left
ear Branded on thit right ribs
t r
on the left side covers the whole
afj entire side of tho animal
tJ
If damage and costs on said animal bo not
p aid Iwltbin ttn days from date of this no
tice it will be sold to the highest cash bid
der at the Pleasant Grove estray pound atl
clock p m on the 31st day of December
1894
1894Dated
Dated at Pleasant Grove City Utah county
territory of Utah this 21st day of Dec
18U4
R WEEKS
Poundknpper of Bid city
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Leys Daily STATIONS Ar Daily
200 am Ogden 6 30ji7
Ar Lv745 3 10 am Salt Lake Lv 5 51u 20pm
84 H Lehi Junction 412
843 C Lehi
850 American Fork 4 03 1
8 55 Pleasant Grove 8 56 u
9 0 Lake VIew o 347 Ih
915 > Provo 8 37 h
925 Springville 329
934 SpanishFork 318 H
940 Benjamin 312
I 952 Pays n 301 u
I001 Santaqnin 2E0
1055 Nephi 255
1255 p m Moroni 915 am
140 Ephraim I 830
2 05 Manti 800
Arn3 am Juab 120 m Lv
Lv 1155 p m Juab 100 Ar
810 p m Milford 605 a m
1000 Arrive p m Frisco 430 Leave
Trains South of Juab run daily except Sunday
Trains Leaye Salt Lake f or Ogden daily at 7 t a mt80 am 240 620pm
Trains leave Ogden for Sal Lake daily at 200am 9 00am310pm610 pm
Logan Train leaves Provo at337 p m Salt Lake 240 pm arrive Logan 641
p m
Service between Provo and Eureka leave Provo 3 37 p m arrive Eureka
11 = 30 a m leave Eureka 120 p m and arrive Provo 9 15 a arve Eueka
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