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The Evening dispatch. (Provo, City, Utah) 1891-1895, December 27, 1894, Image 3

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VASESlN All THE CHOICE WAKES
BRICKABRACK
CHINA WARE
CELLULOID ORNAMENTS
Handsome Silks Plushes Velvets and Pasmentelies
Silk Handke chiefs from10 cts upwards
Dainty Embrodered Linen Handkerchiefs
Latest fads in Neck Wear
j 8il Crepe Fichues and Opera Shawls
Childrens Fur Sets in Opossum Augora and Tiger
But Oh my dont forget to set your
Ball Dress or Street Suit while tour
Stock is Complete
DollS T Dolls DollsI i
And Peuty of Toys for the Little Ones
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WOMANS WORLD
MAKING TEA BY ELECTRICITY IN LON
DON DRAWING ROOMS
SliIs Winters GirlThe Woman Bachelor
A Womans First Duty Ambitious ot
Aquatic FameThe Queen of Korea
Mourning Fashions In Europe
A firm of London Silversmiths has
produced an electric teakettle which is
said to have considerable vogue in Lon
don drawing rooms
The primary and very appreciable at
traction of the electric kettle is its ab
solute cleanliness There are of course
no fumes of any kind from the electric
light which is used to produce the heat
and therefore the process of using the
kettle is absolutely cleanly Nor is the
simplicity of the new kettle and its
method of use any less admirable than
its perfect cleanliness It is only neces
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sary to attach the cord in which the
electric wires are inclosed to any con
nection which may be fitted up in a
room for lighting purposes and the ap
paratus is in working order in a mo
ment
The kettle which is a very shapely
and agreeable production is made in
such a way that when it is filled with
water and placed upon the stand in
Which is the electric lamp it can be
tilted up and the water poured from it
without the necessity of removing it
from the stand and by this means the
risk of scaldingthe hands or of spilling
the water is avoided The lamps with
which these kettles are fitted are of va
rying powers ranging from 8 to 50 can
dIe power the most useful size which
is generally recommended for ordinary
purposes being of 16 candle power
This size is very serviceable and eco
nomical in usage and capable of afford
ing all the heat which is required un
der ordinary circumstances A lamp of
this strength is amply sufficient to keep
boiling water hot as long as may be nec
essary while one of 50 candle power
will boil a pint of quite cold water in
12 minutes while to go to the other ex
treme one of even eight candle power
will suffice to keep water hot
This Winters Girl
She will smile wearily where once
she was wont to laugh loudly She will
raise her eyebrows languidly to denote
interest She will bow with such chill
ing hauteur that her best friends will
misunderstand her She will bestow no
caresses Where she has been accustom
ed to kiss enthusiastically she will ex
tend her finger tips She will bend cc
casionally over her mother and leave a
light chilly kiss somewhere in the re
gion of the brow or hair but that will
bo the wildest outburst of affection she
will allow herself for the young wom
an of the coming winter intends to have
the repose which stumps the caste of
Vere de Vere for her most remarkable
characteristic
It is a natural reaction She has been
actively interested in one thing and an
other for so long a time that the role
has begun to pall upon her She will
do no more charity work Her mad en
thusiasm for the poor has abated and
has run its course Even if it had not
she would be obliged to let it appear to
be the case this winter She will not
listen with parted lips and tear filled
eyes to tales of poverty and woe
Good fellowship and camaraderie are
among the things which she will sac
rifice She has determined to be a re
mote godde like being and no man
can assume an air of brotherliness or
even of cordial self assured liking with
a goddess She will not be a frank jolly
companion to him She will smile dis
tantly at his stories She may suppress
a slight yawn at his anecdotes At any
rate she will not listen to them with
shining eyes and eager air She will
convey the impression of having heard
most of them before or of bqjng so in
timately acquainted with most of the
phases of life she hears described that
she is no longer evn mildly interestod
in them
Her dear friends will suffer from the
same half world worn half icy treat
ment She will not press their hands or
smooth their hair or unburden her soul
to them She will not invite their confi
dences and she will not assume an in
terest in their affairs She will be rude
of course But that will count for very
little She will be the fashion Chica
go Herald
An Impossible House
The man and his wife called on the
architect and the architect was glad to
see them for business was extremely
dull We want yon to build a house for
us said the man by way of introduc
tion Thanks bowed the architect 1
shall be only too clad to do so and 1
am quite sure that 1 can give entire sat
isfaction
Well you ought to remarked the
lady We dont want much
What kind of house did you wish
inquired the architect
We want a good plain one of about
eight rooms explained the man and
we will leave the design to you All
we expect is that when you have finish
ed it it will suit my wife and myself
I mean on the inside We are not so
particular about the outside
The architect heaved a deep sigh
Im very sorry he said but you
will have to go to some other architect I
We cant design an impossible house in I
this office Detroit Free Press
A Compliment
Two old schoolfellows met 15 years
after their graduation and fell figura
tively upon each others necks
Well well dear old Smith said
Green How glad I am to see you I
What days those werel Ha ha Smith
you were the stupidest fellow in the
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Yes I suppose I was
And here you are now Why
looking him over you havent chang
ed a particle Youths Companion
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HOLLAND MAD
The Enterprising and Honest Dutch Hare
Captured Gotham
The town ha suddenly gone Hollaml
mad not as that thrifty little kingdom
did when it lost its heart over tulips
and threatened to bring the finances of
the country to ruin but wisely dis
creetly mad as Now Yorkers become
The china shops are filled with Delft
the silversmiths cases with Dutch sil
ver and the very milliners display lit
tle Dutch bonnets fashioned like the
quaint peaked caps worn by the good
dames of old Amsterdam Even Dutch
furniture has become a craze and fash
ionable shoppers are passing by the gor
geous empire styles decorated with the
laurel leaf to buy the Dutch sofas and
cabinets curiously inlaid with rare
woods and wrought with picturesque
carving
In far better taste is this Dutch fur
niture fashioned as it is by hand to
meet the domestic needs of a sincere
honest folk than the empire furniture
with its bizarre ornamentations of gild
ed mefal and its mock classic patterns
designed t j suit a newly created aris
tocracy If we could but bring back the
simple domestic spirit of the Dutch with
our Dutch fashions it would settle many
a social problem but Dutch fashio tfC as
they now appear are as costly ri the
gilded fashions of Louis XV or te em
pire It has long been an established
fact that one must pay most extrava
gantly for refined simplicity so that
Delft is often almost as costly as Dres
den There are pretty fruit baskets in
Delft drug vases low bedtime can
dlesticks shoes and the most altogether
delightful tiles imaginable duplicating
in pattern old tiles some of which still
exist in manor houses in old New York
and near Albany It is now possible to
get almost all the new shapes in this i i
modern Delft as it is a wise European
custom to save all designs used in the I
china factory New York Tribune
BJourninjj Fashions In Europe
Paris has gone into mourning for the
czar and the fashion makers of the gay
metropolis are in despairSg juJihe latest
fad of fashionable society iBPaaaagSr
Home Missionaries
The home missionaries of Utah Stak
are appointed to preach on Sunday
Dec 30th 1894 at the wards desig
nated
NORTH DISTRICT
A J Evans 1 Provo 3rd ward
J B Keeler f
Samuel A King > Provo 4th
S L Chipman f
A Halladay 1 Lake View
amuel Liddiard f
C D Glazier 1 Timpanogos
J P Gates f j
N 1 L Nelsen t 1 Pleasant Grove
Han Jorgensen f First Ward
John W Turner t Pleasant Grove
Tames H Snyder f Second Ward
Don OCluyton l PleasantGrove
James Adams f Third Ward
James WVance t Pleasant View
C 0 Hackett f
W Chipman Sr t
John R Hindly S American Pork
W H Feeroan 1
1 T I
Lehi
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Jacob Carlmn
Alphonso M Davis t Cedar Valley
John Woodhouee f
A G Johnson t
ThoR Wooley f i Highland
J W Bean t
O H Uerg F Alpine
SOUTH DIBTRICTd a
M L Pratt l Springville
Wm S Tanner f
A L Southrtick Mapleton
A Manwaring f
BT Blanchard x t Spanish Fork
P H Boyer i
James Whitehead t Salem
Willis K Johnson f
James E Hall t Payson
G S Condie f
James H Holly t Benjamin
John Mendenhall I
H F Thomas J Lake Shore
J H Hales f
August Swensen t Spring Lake
David Williams
S P Christensen t 1 Santaquin
0 O Bahr f
W H Huish t I Goshen
Peter J Hansen f
E C Henrichsen t I Provo 1st ward
Lars L Nelsen I
Andrew Lovegreen I Provo 2nd
Edward W Clark f
Hours of meeting Lake View ward
1030 a m and 2 p m Timpanogos
ward 2 and 7 p m and in the Provo
ward meeting houses at 630 p m
Springville 2 p m Spanish Fork 2 and
7 p m Salem 2 p m Payson 2 and
630 p m Santaquin 2pm Goshen
2 p mJJehi2p ill Alpine 2pm
American Fork 2 and 7 p m Pleasant
Grove 2 p m Cedar Valley 2 pm
Highland 230 p m Spring LakeJTg
m Beujamm 230 p m PleaeajvfcVTew
2 p mLake Shore 230 Dm
Marvelous Results
From a letter written by Rev J
Gunderman Dimondale Mich we
are nermitted to make this e tract I
have no hesitation in recommendingBr
Kings New Discovery as the results
were almost marvelous in the case of
my wife While I was pastor of the
baptist Ohurch at Rives Janction she
was brought down with Pneumonia
succeeding La Grippe Terrible par
oxysms of coughing would last hours
with little interruption and it seemed
as if she could not survive them A
friend recommened Dr Kings New
Discovery it was quick in its work
and highly satisfactory m redults
Trial bottles free at Smoot Drug Co
Regular size 50c and 100
THREE car loads of the latest styles
in furniture have been received by
Tavlor Brothers company Provo This
explains why they can undersell others
such immense Quantities
THEY ma3e no mistake when that
great furniture house of Taylor Broth
ers company decided tQ carry stoves in
connection with furniture and by ob
taining the Universal stoves and
ranges success is doubly agsured Call
and see their beautiful stock
FEATHERS at Gates Furniture nom
pany t
FABREB UKOS A Co have a full ai d
fresh asaoitmentcf groceries
ANDERSON makes best photos
You ought to know this De Witts
Witch Hazel Salvo will heal a burn
and stop the pain instantly It will
cure badly chapped hands ugly
wounds sores and a well known cure
for Piles Smoot Drug Co It
FOR good Christmas fruit cake go to
the Elite Bakery
WHEN buying your groceries etc do
not fail to call atBoshard Saxeys
GATES Furniture company lead in
banging lamps and lamp fixtures t
FINE eatin finished photos at the
regular prices at Andersons studio
opposite postoffice f
THE Coop furnishes every facility to
its customers and always guarantees
goods just as they represented
A SINGLETON Superintendent
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WE might tell you more about One I
Minute Cough Cure but you probably
know that it cures a couph Evety
one does who has used it It is a per
fect remedy for coughs colds hoarse
less It is an especial favorte for
children being pleasant to take and
quick in curing Smoot Drug C >
RED Schoolhouse shoes 5 to 8 for 2
cents at Irvine Barneys This same
shoe has sold in Provo at 150
A GOLD watch and fifty other pres
ents will be given away by Carl Oster
loh on New Years day For every 25
cents spent with him a chance is jnven
Be sure and give him a call for Christ
mas supplies
ASSIGNEE SALE
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned assignee of Hales Brothers
company will on Monday the 7th
day January 1895 at 12 oclock noon
of said day sell at public auction to
the highest bidder for cash at the
place of business of said Hales Broth
elS company in Spanish Fork city
Utah county Utah territory the fol
lowing described property towit
Lot 3 block 43 plat A Spanish
Fork City survey containing a frame
building 40x40 feet and 20 feet high
and a rustic cotage 14x28feet in de
mentions consisting two room and
an engine house 16x30 feet in demen
tions also a fow pieces of lumber and
6COO or 8000 rannincfectotmdulding
MARENCS LARSON
Assignee of Hales Brothers Co
SPANISH FORK Utah December
5 1894
E A Wilson attorney for assignee
MARSHALS SALE
Pursuant to an execution to me di
rected bythe District conrtbf the First
Judicial district of the territory of
Utah I shall espose at public1 ale at
the front floor otthe county courthouse
in the city of Provo county ot Utah
and territory of Utah on the 16th dav
January A D 1895 at 12 oclock m
all of the right title claim and inter
est of Geo A Dusenbeiry and J W
Deal of in and to tha following de
scribed real property situate lying and
being in Utahcountv Utah terri
tory Lparticuarly described as fol
lowThwit
Beginning 463 chains north 89 degrees
52 minutes east and 1378 chains north
f degrees east anti 1C chains south 89
degrees east of the southwest corner of
the northeast J of section 30 township
7 south of range 3 east Salt Lake
meridian variation 17 degrees 20
minutes east thence south 89 degrees
east 450 chains thence north f degrees
east 1258 chains thence north 68 de
grees west 484 chaIns thenCE south J
degrees west 1432 chains area 6 acres
Also beginning 570 chains west of
the northeast corner of the southwest
71 of scction 30 township 7 south of
range 3 east Salt Lake meridian thence
west 20 chains thence south 55 minutes
west 485 chains thence south 881 de
grees east 20 chains thence north 55
minutes east 529 chains area 1014
acres
Also comtrencing 1026 chains north
and 5 35 chains east of the southwest
corner of the northeast i section 5
township 8 south of range 3 east thence
north 40 minutes east 15 chains thence
east 40 minutes south 10chainsthence
south 40 minutes west 15 chains
thence west 40 minutes north lOchains
area 15 acres
Also commencing 979 chains south
and 555 chains ease of the northwest
corner of the northeast U section 5
township 8 south of range 3 east
bence east 40 minutes south 10 cbains
thence south 40 minutes west 5 chains
thence west 40 minutes north 10 chains
thence north 40 minutes east 5 chains
area 5 acres
Also a onefifth undivided interest
in the following desciibed real property
situate lying and being in said Utah
county Utah territory to wit
The south t of the north 1 of lot 3
block 13plat A Springville survey
otherwise described as commencing 53
feet and 7 inches south of the the
northwest corner of block 13 thence
east 260 feet and 3 inches thence
south 51 feet and 6 inches thence
west 260 feet and 3 inches to the
place of beginning area 3906K square
rodsAlso
Also commencing at the northeast
corner of lot 3 block 13 plat A7
Springville survey thence south 51
feet and 7 inches thence west 12 feet
thence north 51 feet and seven inches
thence east 12 feet Also all of tbe
south t of lot 2 block 20 plat HA
Springville city survey of building lots
except a ten foot rightofway off the
east end of said i of lot 2
To be sold us the property of J W
Deal at the suit of the First National
bank Provo a corporation
Terms of sale cash
tat M BRIGHAM U S Marshal
By W 0 NORRELL Deputy
Dated December 26 1894
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I TTSTRAY NOTICE have In my possession
11 I thn nl1 = < < 1 nn T Im
cv u
pounded as estrays or for trespass
One3year oldred bettor crop and under bit
in right ear crop off left ear blotched brand
on right hip
One white 2yparold heifer brand on left
shouder tpSlxSsp3 upper slope in right
ear crop I pj 38rog 3 oil left ear
If damage and costs on 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 Payson city estrav pound at 3 oclock p
in on the 31st day of December 1891
Dated at Payson city Utah county
territory of Utah this 2st day of December
1894
JAMES REESE
Poundkeener of said City
1STRV NOTICEI nave In my posses
ESTRA
E aba the following described animals im
pounded as eatrays or for trespass
One black 2yearold heifer branded
on right shoulder crop off left ear under Q
bit in right ear
One red 4yearold steer branded
on left hip swallow fork in each ear
One red and white spotted yearling heifer
no brands visible crop off right ear two holes
in left ear
One white steer ttvoyearsold branded
rcsembllng ou left ribs upper and
undcrslope in left ear and undoJ slope
in Iightear
If damage and costs on said
animals be not paid within eight
days from date of this notice they will
be sola to the highest cash bidder at the
Springville city estray pound at 2 oclock
p m on tee 31st day otDecember 1S94
Dated at Springville Oity Utah County
Territory of Utah this 24th day of December
1894
R it BIRD
Poundkoenor of said City
Edward Neilsen I
COLDSM I TH
All kinds of Gold and Silver
war repaired and replat d
An work neatly and ele
gantly done Prices to suit
the times
First Door West of Hindmarshs Store
PROVO CITY UTAH
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ualorgans Stops unnatural losses 01
nightly emissions caused by youthftf
etrorsorexcessive use of tobacco sO pi un
and liquor which lead to consiimpHoi
and insanity Their use show immedi
ate improvement Insist upon bavin
the genuine NERVE BERRIES no other
Convenient to carry in vest packet
Price 100 per box six boxes one ful
treatment 500 Guaranteed to cur
any case If not kept by your drug
gist we will send them by mail UPO
receipt of price in plain wrapper
Pamphlet free Address mail ord > f
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Thug Co Corner J and center street
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A COURT UNION 8130
Meetings held each Thursday
at Pyne Maibens hall at 8 p
0 m Vis ting members cordially
o inyited
AA OONDHOR
A MCOURTAIN C Ranger
F THOS H DRUCE
1 Financial Secv i
BLACKS MTH INC
J THULHSI
Practical Blacksmith
WAGONS BUGGIES REPAIRED
Horse Shoeing
Etc 5 Etc
H H Bergs Shop I street one block
north of Depot
PROVO DTAB
First National Bank
OF PROVO
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A 0 SMOOT President
W R PIKE VicePresident
D A SWAN Cashier
DUtEOlOKB
J C GBAHAM GO Q CANNON
GEO TAYLOR J P R JOHNSON
EF SKELTS
General Ranking business
Transacted
Exchange drawn on qWYork Chi
cago San Francisco and al the
Principal Cities of Europe
Safety deposit boxea for rent at3 per
annum and tDwird
Village BMsnil
DAVID MELDRUM
Blacksmithing
Horse Shoeing
Wagon Repairing
v Etc Etc
J at 1H blocks nortn o First National Bank
Piovo Utah
PiovoG
G E YOUNG
The PAINTERH
SPECIALTIES
Sign Writing
Carnage Painting
Paper Hanging
Shop one half block north of County
Court house
P 0 Box 263 Provo
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Cash Mrket
KeepsConstantly on Hand all
KindS f
Fresh and Core Meats Mm
Cured HamsJ
Baocrn Lard
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Philip SpeCKartProp
Prop
Merchant T iOoriuq
7When You Want
First Class Work
At a Reasonable Price
Call on
SPETERSOH J Merchant Tailor
Half Block North of First Nationa
Bank Prevo
Work and Fit Guaranteed
Rio Crande
iESTIEN H RAILWAY
SCENIC LINE OF THE WORLD
LEAVE PKOVOFOK EAST Alto SOUTH
No 3 For Grand Junction and
points East 926 a m
No4 For Grand Junction and
points East SoW p m
No 6 For Springville Thistle San
potoand Sovior 355 pm
No8 For Springville Spanish
PorS Payson and Eureka 620 pm
LEAVE PROVO FOR WEST
No1 For Sl LakeOgdenAmJFork
Lehi and the West Il55a1JJ
No 3 For Salt Lake Ogden American
FOc iidoc r
can Fork and Lohl an the
West 1015 pm
No 5 For American Fork Lob and
sue fnlrn 41Rn m
4
No7 For American Fork LoW and
Salt Lake 835 h m
ARRIVE AT PROVO FROM EASJL AND
SOUTH
No 1 From Denver Grand Junction
and pointsEast 1165 a m
No 3 From DenverGrand Junction
and points East 1015pm
No 5 FromSpringviUeThlfltie San
peteand Sevier 415 p n
No7 From Springville Spanish Fk
PayBon and Eureka 833 a m
ARIfiWFl k Viik1t t
ARRIVE AT PROVO FROM WEST
No 2 From California Ogden Salt
Lake Lehi and Am Fork 926 a m
No4 From California Ogden and
Salt Lake 86Qpio
No6 From Salt Lake Lehi and
American Fork 356pm
No 8 From Sail Lake Lehi and
American Fork 620p m
The only line to ogden and Denver without
change Free reclining chair cars on through
rains Through Sleeping I cars to Denver
lr cjg yc JnU aJglsn1
Kansas city Chicago and San Francisco Elo
gant equipment safety speed and comfort
G R ALUY Ticket Awl Provo
D C Dodge J H Bennett
Gen Mgr GP A
A E Welby S H Babcock
Gen Supt G FA
THE DENVER
AND
Rio o Grardo Railroad
SOffine LINE OF TIIE1OBLBI
The only line running two through
ast trains daily to
ASPEN
LEADYILLE
COLORADO SPB
PUEBLO DENVER
Effective April 29 1894
Train No 2 leaves Provo 926 a m
Salt Lake 805 a m Arrive at Pueblo
6 30 a m Colorado Springs 751 a m
Denver 1030 a m
Train No4 leaves Provo 850 p m
Arrive at Pueblo 527 pm Colorado
Springs 653 p m Denver 925 p m
Connections made at Pueblo Colo
rado Springs and Denver with all lines
east Elegant day Coaches chair cars
and Pullman sleepers on all trains
Take the D R G and have com
fortable train and enjoy the finest scen
ery on the continent Shortest line to
Cripple Creek Colorados Great Gold
Camp
Train No2 leaving Provo at 926 a
m arrives at Cripple Creek next morn
ng850
A B HUGHES Traffic Manager Denver Cal
R V NBVINS General Agent
H GUSHING T P AB8 W 2nd South St
Salt Laie City Utah
S K HOOPHR G > p be T A Jlenver Col
8 WSHARP
LIVERY FEED
AND
Sale Stable
FirstClass Hacks and Carriages
SPECIAL RATES TO COMMERCIAL
MEN
Corner land Centre StreetsProvo City Utah
P 0 Box 356 Teleohone No 48
STAR
Meat Market
In Bosbard Saxev Building op
posite Post Office
Choicest Jtoats ill Their Season
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CHEEVEE BROS J E OREEVER
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Uptown Office in
Prove Com Savings lank
Yard Telephone 17
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