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THE EVENING DISPATCH
V
bUN L BARTOW Editor and Prop
V I Bate red at the Postoilice at Provo Utah for
ransmission through the mails as second
matter
Tho office 01 THE EVENING DISPATCH is
coated half block north of the First National
Bank
Al communications should be addressed to
TUB DISPATCH Provo Utah
NOTICE
Mr E S Oowey is a regular solicitor and
collector for the Daily and SemiWeekly
DrsrAvcR1 iRis contracts and receipts will e
iLlv respected by this officeUNO
V IJNO t BAKTOV
NOTICE
No order from this office will bo recognize
in settlement unless signed by
JonnL BARTOW
PROVO CIT1 DEC 27 1894
<
t THK EASTERN STRUGGLE
The great struggle now apparently
drawing t a close in China between
that enormous power and her neighbor
Japan may yet be fraught with or at
tended by consequences not without
t V their effect upon the civiizitionfinan
ces and welfare generally of the western
V nations western Europe the United
States Mexico Central America and
the states of Brazil and the western
coast of South America as well as the
islands of the Pacific China is an
enormous nation in extent in produc
tions and most of all in her immense
population Four hundred millions
of people ruled by one central govern
ment Even i this vast number of
people are only half civilized i pro
V perly directed it would goon become
V formidable to the world It is said that
if the horse could be made to under
V stand his power he would become in
dependent of man Here is a parallel
I the Chinese understood the signifi
cance of those 400000000 of people or
what could be accomplished by this
V horde of humanity she would soon be
come the absolute master of the east
and be able to extend her sway west
ward give the law to India and to
threaten from that direction eastern
V Europe Turkey Egypt and the whole
V Mediterranean country The present
war with which she is struggling will
inevitably teach her the worth of civilization
V zation especially in the art of war
V over the modes prevailing in the effete
east Japan with far less than one
fourth of her numerical strength
owing to her greater advance in civili
V zation especially in warhas been
V able to knock her about like old shoes
China is immitative i she is anything
When she learns to manufacture long
range and powerful ordnance the
new and fearful floating batteries has
V her army fitted with all the best im
proved engines of destruction led by
V scientific officers and that army
amounting t a gross of fifteen millions
V of men she will become practically
the master of the world This war has
a significance for civilization of which
few people have thought and none
J have as yet spoken It may yet prove
M iL 1e the schoolmaster OL V 9hina nd
V V Vw iMsuuaer iiH Btenrana bitter teaching B
ahetoay learn her own strength Woe
to the west i she learns it well
The other day a brief telegram an
nounced that her agents were ne
gotiating with Brazil for the purcha
V of the Nichtheroy and the Acquidiban
the very formidablE war ships which cut
so large a figure in the late rebellion
there To the thoughtful that brief
V telegram must have a terrible signi
ficance Suppose she succeeds in pur
chasing them she will have no diffi
V culty in hiring officers to command and
fight them scientifically They in
themselves would prove formidable
but as models for the construction of
an hundred more of the same kind
would suggest a force to the Mongolians
which would place the seas and the sea
coasts of the world at the mercy of the
almondeyed pigtailed Chinamen of
V whom Europe and America know so
little and understand so much less
who laugh daily at the crude indio
syncracies of the rateaters
V Some months since in a brief article
this paper suggested that as China and
Japan were silyerusing nations per
haps the solution of their troubles
would play an important part in
the settlement of our financial
troubles perhaps to the extent
of forcing theremonetization of silver
V Certainly this suggestion briet and im
perfect as it is as t the physical
power of the east is yet the suggestion
of a moral icrce nonetheless powerful
because with the better understand
Ing of her own physical power sure to
come by this war will also come a
better understanding of her moral
V power also ibis will be made effec i
tive by the rough lessons she is now
I taking from her little neighbor and to
gether they may resolve to sit down on
Rothchilds and his goldbuggery and
the bugger will be squelched be
yond adoubt surely so when the be
V trayed and soldout people of the
United States join in t wreak a little
revenge in helping the Mongolians out
Cl by lending them a few hundreds of
thousands of the hardest hitting
soldiers of the age
ONE of the leading dry goods mer
chants of Proyo declared yesterday
that business has improved wonder
fully within the last few months He
further stated that all the indications
for a prosperous business year were
now present This gentleman who is
a prosperous and successful man and
withal s conservative one saya he will
buy more liberally for the trade of the
coming spring and summer than he
has for a number of yeare This is
joyous news for us nor do we believe
this gentleman is much out in hie
calculations
V
SPBAKENG mining revivals revives
ourmind the fact that just now
thereis good deal of stir in Tintic
mining circles Here in Provo many
men are quietly becoming Interested
in properties in that now famous camp
There is yet much favorably kcated
property there which is open to the
prospector and the locator The con
tinued success of Messrs Loose Dave
Evans Holbrook and others serves to
keeo alive this interest We hazard
little when we declare our belief that
the opening spring will see a big boom
in that camn Silver is low butthe
ores over atTintic are so rich that a fair
return is secured notwithstanding the
low price of silver
THE Denver News Christmas edi
tion was gotten up and out entirely by
the ladies of that lovely city I is the
uniqnest and most perfectly lovely
paper we have ever Seen I delights
us to the bootheels to glance through
the rich collation Quaint and queer
vere the thoughts and some of the
headings also especially in the news
department We think iWOuld i be X
most excellent thing for the great
populist organ if this temporary olgan
ization could be made permanent
as they say in mens conventions We
would not object to have Christmas
come every Sunday i only as pleasant
a result would follow in every case
Well done for the Denver ladies and
the Denver News
THE Tribune is still howling about
the wonderful steals of the commission
The Tribune is rather hard to please
we fear and demands too much from
the honest democratic commission
All it can consistently demand is an
honest count That honest count so
far has been rather against the Tri
bunes client we grant but so long as
the results are honestly obtained we
fail to see the force of the Tribs kick
I the situations were reversed and the
commission were engaged in ousting
illegally elected democrats this same
sweet tempered and immaculate re
publican organ would be well satisfied
It makes too much fuss its motive be
comes too infernally transparent
IF Bill Glassman is the rogue his
republican confreres are endeavoring
to make him out to be he is a most re
markable fellow and can write an ex
ceedingly orthodox Christmas article
The tact is Bill is no worse and
probably not much better than his
fellows but he is certainly no ninny
with it all Hurran for IBi
THEY are to have a bit of an in
surrection in Hawaii oftheir own All
V light That is now an independent
country and if she wants that sort of
fun let her have it What business is
it of ours We do not want any protectorate
tectorate by this country Let the
II
Kanakas have their own way
WE rejoice to hear good reports frOm
the placers on the Colorado in the
vicinity of Dandy Crossing and below
Utah ought not to suffer Leadville to
get off with all the gold honors of the
winter She m1Rtup and at em in
good spirit if she would eave her repu
tation
THE Grand Junction Sentinel has an
advertisement which reads See
Ramsey Ramsey for silverware in
Ramey Rameys building We give
the firm the benefit of a free ad for
the Singularity of the wording of the
above
DATE DAYS report to the Indian
bureau is one of those excessively
truthful documents which convince us
more than ever that the great apostle of
truth in the Indian servceatill loves it
with a deathless regard
IT is nearly certain now that the
Brigham Young Academy will have
more students for the remaining half
year than it had last year There is
no keeping down this great school
WHILE Mrs Mulvaney has had all
the fun Mulvaney has had all to him
self the satisfaction of paying the bills
No one is entirely happy or entirely
miserable in this life
CHRISTMAS is over now go to work
on your indigestion The glad Christ
mas holidays have their thorns plentifully
fully besprinkling their roses and
I
hollyberrie
Dn MCGLYNN is happy He has
been fully restored to all the honors ol
the priesthood He said mass on
Christmas day in New York
Now what box will the commission
next attack Any one nearly will
furnish the needed man Wii
CHRSTMAS night was the coldest of
the season so far I
susan J5 Anthony is one of those en
thusiasts who never know when they
are beaten She says the women suffra
gists of Kansas will begin their next
campaign immediately
Whiten yellow linen by boiling half
an hour in a pound of fine soap melted
in a gallon of milk Then wash in suds
then in two cold waters with a little
bluing
There will bo three women in the next
Colorado legislatureMrs Clara Cresg
ingham Mrs Frances Klook and Mrs
Carrie Clyde Hollr
Four Bi Sacceses
Having the needed merit to more
than make good all the advertising
claimed for them the following tour
remedies have reached a phenomenal I
sale Dr Kings NW Discovery for
consumption Jpuglis and Colds each
bottle guaranteedElectric Bitterss
the great remedy for Liver Stomach
and Kidneys Bucklens Arnica Salve
the best in the world and Dr Kings
New Life Pills which are a perfect pill
All these remedies are guaranteed to
do lust what is claimed tor them and
the dealer whose name is attached
herewith will be glad to tell you more
of them Sold at Smoot Drug Co
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The Woman TJacnetor
Why are there so many bachelors and
old maids nowadays Perhaps one rea
son lies in the education of our modern
young girls and the blame muse rest
with their mothers Consider the kf of
a girl belonging to the upper middle
class from the age of 18 to 28 It is a
careless selfish irresponsible epoch in
which the daughter studies her own
convenience and pleasure solely and
the mother by foolish indulgence aids
and abets her
Once a girl is free from the trammels
of the schoolroom and is fully fledged
in society nothing is denied her She
may lie lato in bed perchance take her
breakfast there the while she skims a
novel belonging to the new order ot
fiction Her day is compassed v ith no
single duty save to look her best and en
joy her life There is time in such an
existence for the ugly weeds of jeal
ousy thoughtless and unkind clatter t
take root and flourish
Then perhaps some young man o
STATE OF OHIO CITY OT TOLEDO
LUCAS COUNTY r J Ea
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 CURB
FRANK J CHENEY
Sworn to before me and subrcribed
in my presence this 6th dny of Decem
ber A D 1886
J
j A W GLEASON
j SEAL j I Notary Public
Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally
and acts dir cLly on the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system Send
for testimonials free
F J CHENEY CO Toledo 0
ig Sold by druggists 7fic
Jackson Day social
The Ladies Democratic club will
Rive 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 cominltteesjwjgce
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 Beck Mrs James
Dunn Mrs Elizabeth Kirkwood Mrs
Belle Nelson Mrs 0 B Young and
Miss May Bell Thurman
ON DECORATION
Miss Gertie Thurman Ethel Pratt
Nora Beck Mrs W R Pike and Ray
Wilkins
OK 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
ON PROGRAM
Mrs Cornelia Clayton Mrs W D
Roberts jr Mrs W R Pike and Mr
E A WilsOn
These committees are requested Id
meet at the county courthouse Thurs
day December 20 at 7 oclock p m
MAY BROWN Secretary
Bucklens Arnica Salve
THE BEST SALVE in the worMrt
Outs Bruises Sores Ulcers Halt
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 Dra foe
Stop iiighr Tnere I
At the Elite opposite the postofflce 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 a half dozen other use
ful articles besides ten pounds of
candy
Reduced Rates Via Union Pacific
To all points on 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
Firet 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 and territory of Utah onlfiirj
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 are situated
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 Itfofilty
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 21 20 chains east
and 1070 chains north one 1 degree
east of the northwest corner of the
northeast quarter i 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 corner of the Provo
Street Railroad Co land purchased
from John W Hoover thence south
one 1 degree west on the line of said
Hoover lana to the R G W Ry Co
land thence 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
in Provo city Utah county Utah ter
jritory Together with all and einenlar
the tenements hereditaments
and ap
purtenances theretmto belonging or in
anywise appertaining
To be sold as the property of Theo
dore 11 Sundburg Flora S Sundburg
his wife National Bank of Commerce
of Provo Utah corporation N C Lar
sen as assignee Provo Commerical
Savings bank a corporation George M I
Scott Co a cuporation N O Nelson i
Manufacturing company a corporation
A P and William
DeCampand Yule co
partners as A PDeCamp Co H H
I Bean and Lucinda Bean at the suit of
Charles H Wood
Terms of sale cash
JOHN BROWN
Sheriff of Utah County
By JAMES E HALL Deputy
Dated at Provo city Utah county
December 8 1894
Thurman Wedgwood Attorneys
for plaintiff
J UU
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FaImers Attention I
Money loaned on irrigated farms at I
10 per cent per annum Write or ap
ply personally to
V SAanJBL GORNABUtah
8119nilh Fork Utah
Important Change of Time
By way of the Union Pacific com
mencing December 16th
Passenger train No1 from Salt Lake
will depart frr all points south at 915
instead of 920 a m as heretofore
Passenger train No 2 from the south
will depart for all points north at 337
p m instead of 432 pm OB here
tofore
I See corrected time card elsewhere in
this paper t
For Sale at a Bargain
I have three thousand feet of
twoinch iron piping for sale I
cheap Heres a bargain
S S JONE
Half Rates for Halidays
For Christmas and Nw Years holi
days the Rio Grande Western Ry will
make a rate of one single fare for the
round trip between all stations on the
system that is tickets may be sold
from or to any point on the line Sell
ing dates December 24 25 31 and
January 1 good for returning until
January 4 For further information
ppplv to any ticket agent of the R G
W Ry Co
C R ALEY
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 Mall service
MAIL TRAINS LBAYRV
V
U lGoing South 920 m
R G W Going East 926 a m
R G VGoing West 1155 H m
U PGoing North 432 p m
Salt Lake and Salina East 355 p m
Salt Lake and Salina West 415pm
siAiii TRAINS ARRIVE
U PFrom Salt Lake 920 a m
R G WIfrom the West 926 a m
ftrG PFrom 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
OFFICE HOURS
The generaldeliyery 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
Mail pouches close thirty minutes
before the arrival of trains
W D ROBERTS
Postmaster
r
TlTARSHALS SALE PrjRsrjANT TO AN
ifJL order of sale and decree of foreclosure
to me directed by the District Court of
the First Judicial District the Territory of
Utah 1 shall expose at public sale at the Irpnt
door of the county courthouse in Provo city
county of Utah and territory ot Utah on the
3rd day of January 1893 at 11 oclock a m
all the right title claim and interest of John
Beck Henry Hice Jonathan Rico William
Stix David Eiseman Benjamin Eisoman and
Elias Michael partt era under the name of
Itice Stix Co John J Cusbinir Charles E
Powell J A Cunningham and Henry E Tay
lor of in andto the following described real
estntesituato lying and being in Utah county
territory of Utah and described na follows
towit
The southwest quart orof the northwestquar
ter and lots four itflye5and six Ojof section
twentyflv 25 township five 5 south of
range onel west also lots numbered two 2
MbOi 1 and five fi of section twentythree 23
raJriWiiunjbered one 1 and the southeast
quarterof tho northeast quarter of section
twentysix 26 and lot numbered three S of
section twentyUyo 25 all in township five
5 south of range one 1 west Sale Lake mer
edian comprising in all two hundred and
ninetytwo 4010U 29240100 acres more or
less V
lessAnd also all the right title and interest of
said party of tho first part in and to the ioL
lowing parcels of land situate in Utah county
Utah territory towit
The southwest quarter of section twenty
three 23 township five 5 south of range one
1 west comprising one hundred and sixty
1601 acres
To bo sold as tho property of John Beck at
the suit of Dennis Sullivan
Terms of sale cash
NAT M BKIGHAII U S Marshal
By J BTiMMONr Deputy
Dated December 11 18J4
W C HALL attorney for plain tiff
T7STRAY NOTICE have in my possession
PJ the following described animals im
pounded as estrays or for trespass
One bay workhorse about 8 or 9 years old 3
white feet and white strip in face branded
on left thigh
mon
Ono light red yearling heifer with crop off
each ear and slit in each ear Branded
on ieCt ribs
One spotted cow about three years old with
slit and hole in loft ear Branded A on right
ribs 1
ribsOne
One red yearling heifer with crop off left
car Branded SSBSion right hip
1 iiV
1 K damage and costs on said animals be not
paid Nthin 10 days from date of this no
tice they will be sold to tho highest cash bidder
at the Spanish Fork city pound at 2 oclock p
In on the 28th day of December 1894
Dated at Spanish Fork city Utah county
territory of Ulahthis 18th day of December
1891
REES D JAMSS
Poundkeeperof sail City
E STB AY NOTlOEI HAVE IN MY POS
LJ sessIOn the following described animal
impounded as estray or for trespass
One blaok bull about 1 year old upper half
crop of right ear no brands visibjo
If damage and costs on said animal be not
paid within ten days from date of this notice
it will bii sold to the highest cash bidder at the
cstray pound at 1 oclock p m on the 29th
day December IBOi
Dated atPleaeant Grove city Utah county I
Territory of Utah this 19th day of December
1894
H WEEKS
Poundkeoper of said city
T EQAL NOTICEIN THE PBOBATE
LEGAL or Utah county territory of Utah
j n the matter of tho estate of Charles Phil
lips deceased
Notico 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
oclock a m at the county courthouse in
Provo city Ctah county territory of Utah in
the courtroom of enid court has been ap
pointed the time and place for tho hearing of
a petition of George Phillips praying for
tho admission probate of a certain docu
ment therewith presented purporting to bo
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 1
Wanlass as prayed for in said petition
Dated Proyo City December 1694
V L HALLIDAY
Probate Clerk Utah County UT
TifARSSALS SALEPURSUANT TO AN I
lori order of sale to directed by the Dis
trict Court in and for the First Juaicial District
county of Utah and territory of Utah I
shall expose at pu jlio 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 Uocemborlb94 at 12 oclock the
following described real estate towit
Beginning at the southeast corner of block
18 lU plat 4 Payson City survey running
thence north one and 78100 chains thence
west two and 75100 chains thence ono and
7dlCO chains thence east two and 75100
chains to place of beginning all in Utah
county Utah teirltory
To be sold as the property of C W Brewer
ton Co at tho suit of M D Wells Co
Terms sale cash
Dated December 31894
NATM BuionAM U Marshal
By W ONOHKKLL Deputy Marshal
Jones Schroedor attorneys for plaintiff
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< E J WARD SONS
Lumbar ad and Planing Milt
Carry Everything in the BUILDING LINES
TELEPHONE NO 32 III PROVO CITY UTAH
fKOFESSlnNAL CAROL
SAMUEL A KING
Attorneyat Law
Collections Promptly Attended to I
O oo First Alational Bank Building Prove
ROBERT ANDERSON V
1lHornellalha V
Booms 4 and 5 BlCredgo Block
PROVO CITY UTAH
D HOUTZ
DD
AttorneyAtLaw
Rooms 4 and 6 Eldredge Block
Provo Utah
tF F REED
DlJi
DE1rTIST
Office over Pyne and Maibene Drug
Store Provo Utah
U GASH
I AD V
Atorneyat Law
Room County Courthouse
PROVO CITY UTAH
IURMAN WEDGWOOD
THURMAN
AttorneysatLaw
Rooms and 3 First National Bank BnllalngJ
PROVO a UTAH
WARNER KNIGHT
Attorney and Counselor
At Law
Rooms 13 14 Union Block Provo City Utah
D JONES
J
V AttorneyatLaw
Rooms 1 and 2 First National Bank building
with Thurman Wedgwood
Provo City J Utah
MM KELLOGG E E CORFMAN
ELLOGtt CORFMAN
KELLOGG
V
AttorneysatLaw
Room 1 Hines Building
Provo City Utah
K E KNOWJJDES I B JONES
KNOWLDEN k JONES
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GBIUBAL JttRH AND LIFE i
INSURANCE AjEHTS i
3OBii > W
PPoOvo i1T E
A McCURTAIN M D
A Q
Physician and Surgeon
Office rooms 3 and 4 Hines Block Provo
OfllcehoursgtolZam2totPm
Residenceone block north of First ward meet
ing house Residence telephone telephone 28 No 4c office
S H ALLEN M p
Residence and oilice 6th street
One bock east of Tabernacle
PROVO UTAH
B SEARLE
vQeB V
Civil Engineer
Irrigation and Water Power Plans Deputy
U S Mineral Surveyor City
Surveyor of Prove
OFFICE IN COURT HOUSE
C WATKINS
R aC
La
LaIrcMtect and SilperintBEdeni
Office in Union Block
PROVO UTAH
V
C A WILSON
EoA
Attorneyatlaw
Rooms 5 and 7 Bank Building
Provo City Utah
D R WE GILLMAN r >
DENTIST
Gates Blo k Pr vo City Utah
Painless Dentistry
I KKING
s
ATTORNEYATLAW
Rooms 1 2f 3 and 4 Swasey Mar
tins bank building
PROVO CITY UTAH
H AVEROAMP CO
Abstracters of Titles
Loans and Insurance
ProvoOitv Utah
O1IEN CHRISTENSEN
SORE
1tUorneyalhaw
Mount Pleasant Utah
H SIMMONS
F
Physician and Surgeon
Office Excelsior Block
Rooms 1 2 and 3
Old office of Dr Bi kfordPro o Utah
PROBATE NOTICE IN THE PROBATE
L Court in and for Utah County Utah Ter
ritory In the matter of the estate of Thomas
ienn deceased
Order appoip ting time anti I place for settle
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rfa Iftm
ment of final account and to hear petition for
distribution
On reading and tiling the petition 5f Martha I
Fenn administratrix of the estate or Thomas
Fenn deceased setting forth that she has f I
filed her final account ot her administra
tion upon said estate in this court that all
debts except a balance of court fees have
been fully paId and that a portion of
said estate remains to boi devided
among the heirs of said deceased and praying I
among other things for an order allowing
said final account and of distribution nf the
residue of said estate among the persons en
titled
It is ordered that all persons interested in
the estate of the said Tnomas Fenn deceased
be and appear before the Probate court of the
County of Utah at the courtroom of said
court in the County courthouse on the 2tth
day of Dec 1M4 at 10 oclock a m then and
there to show cause why an order a lowing
said final account and of distribution should
notbe made of the residue of said estatu
among the heirs and dovlfaesof the said Thom
as Fenn deceased accordii g to law
It is further ordered that the clerk cause
notice to bo posted in three public places in
ltnh count HTH n nnnv nf tliiannlpr hA nuh
lished in Tire DISPATCH a newspaper printed
and circulated in Utah county three weeks
successively prior to said 29th day of Decem
ber hIll V
WARREN N DUSENBKRRT
Probate Judge
Dat d Dec 4 IBM
Territory of Utah tss I
County of Utah fss
1 V Ilalliday clorkof the Probate court
In and for Utah county territory of Utah
hereby certify that the foregoing is a full
true and correct copy of the original order
appointing time and place for settlement of
final account xnd to hear petition for the dis
buton in the estate of homas Fenn de
ceased and now on file and of 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 xec A D 1694
V L HALLIDAY
Clerk of the Probatn Court Utah county UT
DD Houtz attorney
TSTRAJf NOT1CK nave in my possession
JCj the following described animal impound
ed as estray or for trespass
Ono red heifer aboutl year old upper slope
off the rightear upuer half crop elf the loft
ear BrandedV V on the right ribs
ttJ V j
on the left side covers the whole
1t VA entire side of the animal
If damage and costs on said animal lo not
paid Iwithin ten days from date of this no
tice It will be sold to the highest cash bid
der at the Pleasant Grove estray pound atl
oclock p m on the 3ist day of December
18J4Dated I
Dated at Pleasant Orovo City Utah county
territory of Utah this 21st day of Dec
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200 am Ogden 6 30 pm
A 310 am Salt Lake Lv 520pm
Lv745 Ar 51u
84 LehiJunction 412 I
V V 843 u Lhi 410 u
V 850 u AmericanFork403 u
855 PleasautCirove356 u
V
9 0 Lake View347 h It
V
915 Provo 387 I
9 25 u Springville 3 29
9 3 SpanishFork3as u
90 Benjamin 312 1
V 952 Payson 3 01 I
V 1004 u Santquin 260 u
V 1065 H Nephi 25
7 1255 p m Moroni 9l arn
140 Ephrai 830 H I
2 05 I Manti 800
Al35 am Juab lO pmLv
Lv1155pm I A
V 810pm Milford 605 am
V lOOppm Frisco 430
Arrive V Leave
Trains South of Juab run daily except Sunday
Trains Leaye Salt Lake for Ogden daily at 760 a m 1 30 am 240 520pm
Trains leave Ogden for Sal Lake daily at 200am 9 OOam8lopjn610 pm
Logan Train leaves Provo at337 p m Salt Lake 240 pm arrive Logan 648
p m
Service between Provo and Eureka leave Provo 3 37 p m arrive Ecre
11 30 a m leave Eureka 1 20 p m and arrive Provo 916 a m
745 Trains a m for terminus and Tooelo run daily except Sunday leaving Salt Hake at
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