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THE EYEZNff I DISPATCHI I
Nol54 Voi 3 PROVO CITY UTAH SATURDAY MAY 26t 1894 PRIG FIVE CENTS A COPY
WHAT IS GOING ON T TODAY
AT THE
COOP 0 O
0
THE WONDERFUL SALE OF
GrocerieS
Dry Goods I
Boots Shoes
and Clothing
If any Proofs are needed surely
the number of patrons we are
pleasing with These Goods is
Abundant
IT IS ONLY BY SELLINC GOOD
GOODS AT REASONABLE PRICES
THAT IT is POSSIBLE TO CAiN AND
RETAIN THE CONFIDE CE AND
TRADE OF THE PUBLIC
oo
PROVO
CO operativo Institution
A SINGLETON Mgr <
DIPHTHERIA VT HIGHLAND
The Myers Family Further Afflicted
The Disease Eaters the Family of Bit
hop Marsh and Alma Vance
HIGHLAND PKKCUNCT May 25Cor
respndenca DtstATcuMr George
Y Myers of this place whose wile and
diiUEhteis d ed recently with diphtheria
has two mire of his children taker
down with this dread disease One o
them is very low Miss Maud M eib
the oldest dau ghter is slowly regaining
ber health Mr Mayers sister frou
Salt Lake has come to etay with him
and nurse his family and attend to the
Household duties till this dire affliction
is raised from his home
< <
Bishop Albert Marsh bad a 12year
old daughter die with diphtheria 0 >
May 23rd and has a 16 year nh
daughter now lying very low with hi
disease The marshal of Alpine city
had considerable difficulty in precut
ing a good nurse for Bishop Marshs
family Mr Meis thought he was a
most through tits the dsea and con
sented that his nurse Mrs Feather
jBtou should go to the bishops aid
Mr Alma Vance also has a child I
suffering wth diphtheria AU families I
afflicted with this dieease are strictly
quarantined HIGHLAND LADDIE I
HOODS CURES when all other
preparations fail It possesses
curative power peculiar to itself Be
sure to get Hoods Sarsaparilla
flhe nineteenth Century Club
The NiDE nth Century club had
fifteen uienuis preeeiit on Friday al
ternoon
An interest 1 talk on Pbojnfcia by
Mrs lia tow ud one on Judea by
Mrs Cora tutceded the domest
news Rive v Miss Alice Kellogg
Recess at roll < 11 followed Mrs
Coraygave H > n ul selection frou
the sacred p < eiu of N P Willis
while IifB JJilu rendered a humor
OUB poem J IM Inventors Wife ef
fectively
Ten minute a i given to parliamen
tary lawSf foil wet by a well written
paper on Bain Ion and Assyria by Mrs
Hose
Mrs Reids paper on Media and
Persia was cry mteresti i > r while
Mrs Wedgwood in China deluged tile
club with unprououncitble words
A motin to adjourn followed the
critics report
Or Prices Cream Balcing Pow er
IUo fj Perfect Made
AI UAL CONFERENCE
Youns M n8 Mutual Improvement As
sociation Logan June 2nd and 3rd
For the above occasion the Union
Pacific will sell round trip tickets
from all stations in Utah to Logan at
one fare Selling dates from Provo and
all points north thereof June 2nd and
Zd 1 inclusive limitfa for return to June
6th From points on the Utah Ne
vada and Salt Lake and Western
branches and all points south of ljrovc
May 31st to Jliie the 2nd inclusive
JJOQ4 for return until Jupe Qib
re sore
hiss Bayards Court Dress
The presentation dress of Miss Bayard
who made her bow to the English queen
at the recent drawing room was of white
moire The decollete corsage had a large
bow of cream lace and yellow velvet
fastened with a diamond agraffe She
wore too a sash of cream lace also fas
teneu with diamonds Her court train
fell from the shoulders and was of rich
white satin trimmed around with ruch
ings of the same
The chief feature of these royal draw
ing rooms would seem to be the court
train It must always measure full four
yards and as the throne room is reached
this immense attachment is spread out
in all its amplitude remaining thus dis
played as the first courtesy is made to
the queen A line of gentleman ushers
who stand opposite the royal receiving
company then take the train in charge
passing it from hand to hand as its wear
er passes along courtesying constantly asI
she proceeds When the end of the line
is reached the victim is allowed to hang
it over her arm and thus encumbered
backs finally out of the presence It will
be seen that a serious responsibility rests
upon both the gentleman ushers and the
debutante For either to anticipate the
movements of the other would produce
in awkward result When it is consid
red that the presented women are suc
ceeding each other with great rapidity
and that the crush about them is at all
times severe it will be gauged how diffi
cult a graceful transit between the lines
is London Letter
WantedGold Miners
To develop the gold properties in
Lewiston Miners Delight Atlantic
South Pass Gold Creek or on the Rust
T Belt You can eet full information
fgardinc reliable mines which are foi
sale by tho camps mentioned by ad
Ireesms James A McAvov county
clerk of Fremont county Lander
Wyoming Wm Sturgis Jr Cheyenne
Wyoming S L Spangler chairman
Fremont board of county commis
sioners Atlantic Cty Wyoming
The Union Pacific is the shortest and
quick at line to the South Pass country
daily s ages from Rock Springs and
Rawlins
CHURCH NOTICES
TABEHNACjBLATTEKDAT SAIMS J and
fith
Regular Sunday Services at 2 pm
Sunday School in each ward except the 4th
which joins the B Y Academy at 10 am
A O SMOOT President
I CONGREGATIONAL Crr J and 10th street
Sunda Service 11 a m Theme Dr Hotzler
of the Bible Siclety will preach
Sunday school at 10 a m
Christian Endeavor Society 715p m
At K p m the church will unite In the
Union Bible service at the M E church
SROSE Pastor
BAPTIST CH URC1 K bet 6th and Eth
Suudwy School 10 a m
Preaching 11 a m
No service in the evening but will unit
with M E churchJ
J C ANDREWS Pastor
METHODIST EPISCOPAL H bet 6th and 7th
Sunday Scliof 10 am
Mornlnir Service 11 a m
Epw rth League 030 p m
Evening Services 730 p m
W J BOKBAM Pastor
CATHOLIO Cor K and 8th
Matins Bam
HitfhMasE IU a m
Veepere 780 p m
JlijV W1I 6QA9N1 Ye1tQFt
LOOKS L lllE WAR
Blood is Made to Flow at
Cripple Creek
MAYBE BURNED TOD Y
A Prominent Ooxeyite at Topeka Kan
sas Tells Why the Home Reserves are
Orjjanizad Resist all National or
State Troops
CKIPPLE CREEK May 25 Eleven
men killed with a strong probability
that the number dead will be increased
when all is known is the record of the
first day of trouble here although real
lighting has not yet begun as the dep
uties are awaiting reinforcements be
fore beginning active operations
At 10 oclocK this morning eleven
nonuuion men started work in the
Strong mine on Battle mountain
Suortly afterward a large party of
strikers blew up the shaft house with
powder causing a loss of 25000 and
then dropped 100 pounds of giant pow
der down the shaft which was also exploded
I
ploded Killing all the inmates I
When the deputies are finally massed
and the two forces come together a
most desperate battle will doubtless be
fought
The situation at 6 oclock tonight is
one of most painiul anxiety Not a few
believe the town will be a smouldering
mass by another sunset if the strikers
oe not restrained
At Victor six milles away where
tully 10 0 people reside a reign of ter
ror exists Within half a mile of the
corporate limits of the town all day
long fully 300 union miners armed
with rifles have paraded up and down
the side of the hill
It is sad the strikers have planted
under their breastworks on Bull Hill
a quantity of dynamite with the in
tention of blowing it up if it should be
taken and occupied by the deputies
One of the largest mine owners in
Colorado Springs is authority for the
statement that the mine owners have
planted a rifle cannon on a hill com
manding the breastworks and that it
will be used to dislodge the strikers I
trom that position
All telephone communication has
been broken and it is feared the tele
graph wires will go next The depu
tics from Denver have withdrawn to a
ess exposed position where they will
await roiuforcemoiiiH
It is raining furiously and any far
ther move tonight is not looked for
Deputies have been coming in
quietly all day and it is thought an un
expected move is anticipated
It is stated on good authority that
Governor Waite is in sympathy with
the strikers and that he will tomor
row issue a proclamation against the
deputies and call out the militia and at
tact and disarm them
WHAT HOME RESERVES ARE FOR
TOPEKA Kans May 25At a home
guard meeting in the populist league
ooms here G C Clemens said
I do not hesitate to sav that one of
the objects I dad in view when I ad
vocated the raising 01 home guards
was to have a force available so that in I
use the troops or the national guard
ire called out to stop commonealers
anywhere west of the Mississippi
river we can stop the troops or national
guards
Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder
Worlds Fair HUzhest Award
A Maid of All Work Adjective
I inquired of the head mistress of a
girls school why silo so frequently made
use of the adjective nice She replied
Because It is such useful maid of all
work adjective and saves one the trou
ble of thinking Then you teach your
girls to be Inaccurate I dont think
it is being inaccurate The word in most
cases expresses my meaning better than
any other A relative of mine reproved
one of her nieces for her liberal use of
awfully jolly The young lady re
plied Oh aunt do pot deprive me of
that awfully jolly expression If I were
deprived of it I shouldnt know what
to say
The frequent use of the expletive
you know was justified to me on tho
ground that it keeps the listeners at
tention awake
The fashionable uoyel presses into its
service these flowers of speech In Mr
Norris Countess Radna a young gen
tleman thus addresses a young lady
Im so awfully sorry that you ore
going to desert us Im awfully sor
ry to have to go replied tho girl com
posedly and my parents will be aw
fully sorry to see me
Of this young ladys two lovers the
author himself declares in tho same
phapter J24 l that one was much nicer
than tho other In chapter 37 the nicer
one in declining an invitation says
Thanks awfully but Im afraid I
cant Notes and Queries
VIGOR OF MEN
Easily Quickly
Permanently lora
WEAKNESS
NERVOUSNESS
DEBILITY
and all tho train of evils
v Iromearly errors or latet
excesses tho result of
pyfnvork sickness
development e1rlJgtb
development and teno
and
given to every organ nnd
portion of the body
BlmplenaturalmeUiodE
i Immediate roremeu
sees Failure iraposslbia
EOOQ references nook
explanation and proofs
mailed scaled trot
ERIE MEDICAL CO
lietitrlifi
iffA y
Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Report
p DVal Bakins
ff t Powder
ABs 1LfJTE W vtIE
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WOMANS WORLD
THE SULTAN OF TURKEY GIVES WOM
EN PHYSICIANS A CHANCE
Only One of Its Kind Miss Bayards Court
DressEtiquette of the Wedding Two
Practical Women Women Physicians a
Success A New York Woman Skipper
The dominions of the Ottoman porte
offer a field for the women physicians
The sultan of Turkey has just promul
gated a firman by virtue of which wom
en can hereafter practice medicine in
Turkey upon presentation of their diplo
mas Some persons may be surprised tc
learn that this news has a political im
portance of the first order Undoubted
ly the issuing of the decree is duo pri
marily to the unwillingness of the Mus
sulmans to allow a male physician to en
ter their harems This is permitted only
in cases of exceptional gravity after old
women who are thought to roe magicians
or sorcerers have c aauirisheir efforts
At the same tune Physiciai are highly
respected an 1 even venom i by the
Turks and gone ally 1 by all Jientals
As however it 1r4 only qfJ cently
that Turks have began to YV medi
cine nearly all physician S3 calmly i
all those of much reputatio in Turkey
have been and are Christi ins of that
country Greeks Armenia is Levant
ines as well as French nglish and
Italians It is easy to forese 3 that wom
en doctors from foreign co entries will
have a brilliant future in Turkey and
will exercise an immense nfluence in
Turkish families The sex o 5 these phy
sicians will afford them fr a access to
harems As Turkish wome have very
little elementary education and live a
very retired life they are eas ly governed
by persons who are better ed Of ytJ sd than
themselves feV
The woman physician in en eiutiua
tients cannot fail to have gr it influence
over their ideas as to dress i lode of life
usages and customs their so ial and political
litical notions It is quite likely that in
the course of some years a sl 3w but cer
tain transformation will be effected in
Turkish women who will nat arally wish
to imitate the life of their C ristiau sis
ters in Europe For the prac ice of med
icino in Turkey there is no required a
national diploma as fn Pre 4e After
having finished his or her studies no
matter where the physician Uias only to
present > his or her diploma a Id pass at
the Imperial School of Medi ine a short
examination which is a mere formality
C Chryssaphides in Paris Kjevue Blue
Only One of Its KIn
A club which bears the proud distinc
tion of being the only one of i s kind has
just been established in Washington
Eligibility to membership is ability to do
independent work of some sor a defini
tion which does not apply te women
merely holding clerlcships
The title of the organiza on is the
Business Womans club and ts inaugu
ration has been attended witn a success
that has far outstripped the most san
guine expectations of its for nders It
was thought that 50 member could be
had and that number would n arrant the
clubs existence butit is found that there
are close upon 200 women ligible to
membership and this notwi hstanding
its restrictions
And how successful tl mmercial
woman of Washingto be gath
ered from the fact J f 11 t e present
membership there arerK or ten who
make every year out of their own occu
pation more than a congressmans salary
and a few twice as much
The organization has a suit of rooms
down town at God Eleventh street N
W tastefully fitted much of the decora
tions oemg tone oy two luuiuoers tuw
water colors and artistic photographs
being the work of club artists Here it
is designed members may drop in for a
gossip and a cup of tea between business
appointments
The officers of the club are President
Mrs E S Mussey first vice president
Dr Clara Bliss Hinds second vice presi
dent Miss Edith Wescott secretary Miss
C M Flemmiug treasurer Miss Grace
M Thomas board of governors Miss
Amy C Levitt Mrs H D Payn Mrs
J Heap Miss De Shase and Miss Marie
Louise CarusiWashington Letter
Sneezing Out the Wedding Party
The Rev R S Hawker in the course
of some reminiscences of an aged friend
of his quotes an anecdote which this
friend himself a clergyman was fond
of telling It is about a marriage cere
mony and a pinch of snuff and in the
narrators own language runs thus
It was always the custom in those
days for a clergyman after the marriage
to salute the bride first before any other
person Well it was so that I had just
married a very buxom rosy young lady
and when it was over I proceeded to
observe the usual ceremony But I had
just taken an enormous finger and
thumbfnl of snuff So no sooner had the
bride received my Idss l aud I gave her
a smart kiss for her good looksthan
she began to sneeze The bridegroom
kissed her of course and he began also
Then the best man advanced to the
privilege Better he hadnt for he be
gan to sneeze awfully and by and by
the bridesmaids also for they were all
kissed in turn till the whole partywent
sneezing down the aisle and the last
thing I heard outside the church was
Tchu tchu tchul till the noise was
drowned by tho bells from the tower
rondcu TitBits
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KNOWLEDGE
Brings comfort and improvement ana
tends to personal enjoyment when
rightly used The many who live be
ter than others and enjoy life more with
less expenditure by more promptly
adapting the worlds best products t
he needs of physical being will attest
the value to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
emedy Syrup of Figs
Its excellence is due to its presenting
n the form most acceptable and pleas
tnt to the taste the refreshing and truly
oeneficial properties of a perfect lax l
ative effectually cleansing the system
lispelling colds headaches and fever
aid permanently curing constipation
it has given satisfaction to millions and
met vith the approval of the medical
profession because it acts on the Kid
neys Liver and Bowels without weak
ening them and it is perfectly free from
every objectionable substance
Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug
gists in 50c and 1 bottles but it is man
ufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co only whose name is printed on every
package also the name Syrup of Figt
and being well informed you will not
armnt 1r aUahbrA iZ oftnnr
PURE BRED ENGLISH HACKNEY
S1 ALLIONS a
ROB ROY No 1339
First Prize winner at the American Horse Show at Chicago in 1889 Rob
Roy is an imported stallion registered in the English and merican Hackney
Stud BOOKS He is of A beautiful chestnut color and has pre tt style speed and
action is sixteen hands high A model coach animal in eery respect
Service Fee for Season X1 1500 Single Service 1000
SAXON 2nd No 3939
Was imported to America in 1890 Registered in England and America
fie is a beautiful Hackney colt four years old bay with dark markings full of
life and fire kind and obedient i a magnificent driving or riding animal with all
the grace and stately carriage that come from good Lreeding
Service Fee for Season 1000 Single Service 500
Pedigrees and Prize Winning Certificates can be seen upon application The
above terms for this class of stock are low If preferable to cus
tomers I will take instead of money Hay Grain or Scrip
at market prices delivered at farm
The Hackneys are beyond a question the best carriage horses now on the
market and also command the highest pres They are essentially farmers
horses for wben they cannot be sold for coath animals they can be used as
general purpose horses on a farm their combined goad dispositions with their
great strength endurance and action peculiarly fitting them for both purposes
Their heads are neat their ears smal j they have good full eyes with plenty of
room between them j neck fine and nicely arched their shoulders flat and clean
very deep running almost in the middle of the back bone flat and extremely
bard legs short and well set under backs abort and very level grand quarters
well rounded tail set on in proper place and carried elevated They pick up
their feet sharply with snap and action
Single Comb Brown Leghorns and White Wyandotte Chickens
From the best Breeding Hens in the eat Eggs for hatching for either or both
rarities 3OQ per 13 375 per 3 6 35OO per 39
H E OAKY The Ell wortIl Fruit Farm
Silt i ujiigg nprtt 91 proyo tier tba I raQutti of Pruvo awl Addrqaj wail 1 to Pjpyq
tl
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FactoryI
ro uce Scrip
At Par
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ECiEJTEN
For a Short Time
Will Place on Sale
For Produce Scrip
Ladies Capes Jackets
ets and Waists
BOys Sllits Waists
and Pants
Mens Shirts and
Pants U
NEW GOODS 0 PRICES lOW
OIIl A n Qr
U 7 bI n 8 Uf WLII
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Andrew Eggerts 11lHf
WE HUBBARD
109 W 2nd South Salt Lake City
R8al Estate Investment
Eight Room pressed brictc Modern House excellent lo
cation 4500 will take land near Provo for 2000 balance
ong time
Seven Room pressed brick house 3500 will take 1500
worth of Provo land with or without water right balance to
suit
East Waterloo lots X575 per lot Southeast part of tbQ
City the choice location cement walks to car lint bade
trees etc
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
Fresh Pbre prngs
CORNER MAIN AND I STREETS
Pure Drugs Chemicals Proprietary Medicines Toilet Articles
Fancy Goods Etc Etc Etc
FOR MEDICAL PURPOSES
We have the largest stock of old and strictly pure LIQUORS
WHISKIES BRANDIES WINES and CORDIALS Our
old Hermitage heads the procession
Prescriptions a Specially Compounded day or night w
R S Hines
TAYLOR BROS CO
ARE
Receiving Daily
carpets
PurnituTe
Wall Paper 1
Lace and Chenelle Curtains
For Spring Trade
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