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THE EVENING DISPATCH1
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Nol78Vol PROVO CITY UTAH MONDAY JUNE 25 1894 PRICE FIVE CENTS A COPY
WHAT IS GOING ON TODAY
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THE WONDERFUL SALE OF
Groceries
Dry Goods
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 COOD
GOODS AT REASONABLE PRICE
THAT 1 IT IS POSSIBLE TO CAIN AND
RETAIN THE CONFIDENCE AND
TRADE OF THE PUBLIC
oo
PROVO
Cooporativo Institution
A SINGLETON Mgr
GOLD GOLD GOLD
Our Correspondent is in The
New Bonanza Land
RICH BEYOND MEASURE
Hundreds of Locations Have Already
Been Hado and New Town Hillsdalo1
IB Being Laid OutUintah County tc
the Fore With Gaeat Bier Strides
VERNAL Uintah County Utah June
221894 Correspondence DISPATCH
Great excitement prevails here at
present Everything is good The
people think of gold dream of gold
and from their talk breath gold
A BONANZA LAND
The excitement is not entirely un
warranted for the prospects surely
justify the people in feeling hopeful
and in believing they have found
bonaza
HUNDREDS ARE FLOCKING THERE
Men are coming into the country
daily and already are the mountains
lined with anxious prospectors Vari
ous estimates place the number of
men on th round at from 150 to SCO
A NTIV JAVN c BEING BUILT
Some of Ve als influential citizens
have already iucorporated a townsite
and at present t oe of them Mr Ed F
Harmston surveying and platting
the ground and corner lots in Hills
dale will I iauciy be selling for
big figures buiure buts reachers you
That is the iucorytraters think so
MILES AND lIL b OF GOLD ORE
A great ntH her of locations have
been and are cab being made It is
said that the ledge on which the
original locations were made can be
traced for miles nd it bas been located
its entire length some men having
traced it on the Uintah reservation
And there posted their notices
AT FEVER HEAT
The good people of Vernal were
rather slow to believe the reports re
garding the find but they now are at a
lever heat and every man who can pos
sibly leave the valley is in the
mountains
HALLIDAY IS INTERVIEWED
Northwest of this city around ruth
his prospecting outfit I saw Mr
Halliday today He was one of the
original locators and he still feels very
much encouraged and says that
the expert who was sent out
from Salt Lake with him and
bis companions Mr S S Rogers
hap returned to Salt Lake with good
reports of the country and the prospects
found He says he was more than
pleased with the showing and that it
was as represented by Mr Hatch and
his associates
COMING FROM EVERYWHERE
People are coming in from Colorado
and Wyoming and Utah and Salt
Lake counties are sending their num
ber The people indeed feel saugulne
as to the ultimate result and if it con
tinues as at present and the mines
are no fake this will indeed be the
coming part of the territory
ROOM FOR FRRMERS ALSO
Vast lands and plenty of water
await the anxious farmer and undis
covered mineral wealth is in the sur
rounding mountains in vast quanti
ties The people feel that it will not
be long before these reservations will
be thrown open and when they are
Uintah county will not be held up to
ridicule
CABS IS PEGGING AWAY
Cass Hite is still in the mountains
and is working hard He has not yet
recorded any claims but parties who
have seen him state that he has found
some valuable rock and that he at
present has but little to say as to his I
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success
ANOTHER LETTER PROMISED
I will visit the discoveries in a few
daye and will then give you something
more GNI KAS
Dr Prices Cream Baking PowdM
blast Perfect Mads
He Didnt do a Thing
but make the trip to Chicago on the
Chicago Union Pacific Northwest
ern Line Why Time the quickest
solid vestibuled train no change of
coach at the Missouri River Through
first and secondclass Sleepers and
Dining Cars
For full information call on or ad
dress
G W CRAIG
Agent U P system
NOTICE
All persons who have been served
with process in the case of Salt Lake
city et al YB J H Colledge et al or I
who are interested in the subject mat
ter of said suit are invited to meet at
the Utah county courthouse at Provo
on Thursday June 28 1894 at 11
oclock a m to adopt measures for
properly and unitedly defending said
suit or taking such action as will pro
tect their rights in the regulation of
the waters of Utah Jake
JOHN MILNEK
GEORGE T PEAY
Many Men of Many Minds
but they all agree that the solid vesti
buled trains of the Chicago Union
Pacific Northwestern Line distance
all competitors with ease
No change or delay at the Missouri
River
For full information call on or ad
dress
G W CRAIG
Agent 111 System
Or Prices Cream Baking Howaep
WwWB Fair HUAMt Award
AN AWFUL DEED
President Carnot of Franc
Stabbed to the Heart
BY A DAGO ANARCHIST
TheMurderer Was Oaueht by Gendarme
and Only Hard Work of the Police Prevent
vent the People From Tearing Him to
PiecesAll France is Mourning
LYONS France June 24At 95
oclock tonight President Carne
started for the theatre where a gala
performance was to be given becaus
of his presence in the city
Oarnots carriage was driven slowl v
along in front of the palace of com
merce and then turned into Rue del
Republique still following the facad
of the palais When half way dow
the street which was lined with en
thusiastic crowds of people who were
loudly cheering a man rushed out of
the crowd and sprang upon the step
of the presidents landau
Just at this moment M Carnot wa
waving his right hand and Balutin
with his hat in his left hand in response
to the ovation that was being given to
him by the crowd The people close ti
the carriage saw the man standing on
the step had a knife in his hand
By the glare of the electric lights
they saw the bright blade gleaming ii
the air as the assassins arm descended
and then President Carnot was seen
to fall back into his seat his face
deathly pale
One of his hands was pressed to his
heart where the steel had entered the I
body
M Rivaud prefect of Lyons wh
was seated by President Carnot imme
diately struck the assassin a blow full
in the face and knocked him from the
step thus preventing the man from
stabbing the president again which
it was his evident intention to do
Instantly cries of > Le presidonte est
assassine More 1 assassin were
heard on every side and the crowd in
the vicinity of the carriage swelled to
enormous proportions every member
of it seemingly intent upon killing the
astastin He was grasped by a dozan
hands and his life would have then
and there paid the penalty of his crime
had it not been lor several sergeants de
ville who seized him and attempted to
draw him away from bis captors This
was found to be impossible as the in
furiated populace was determined to
lynch the man All efforts of the ser
geants availed nothing beyond saving
the man from instant death Blows
were aimed at his face and he was
raised over the shoulders of the police
who had by this time received rein
forcements and many of the blows
landed fairly
At length the police succeeded in
driving the howling mob back a foot or
so from their prisoner but to get the
Captive through the crowd was a physi
cal impossibility
In the meantime the news of the attempted
empted murder had spread with light
ninglIke rapidity and mounted guards
were sent to the aid of the police who
were struggling to preserve tho life of
the assassin
With drawn sabers in their hands
he guards rode down into the crowd
needless of whom the horses trampled
upon The crowd gave way before the
horses and at last the center of the
nob was reached Then a cardon was
formed around the almost exhausted
policemen and their captive and their
march to the police station begun
Even thus surrounded the prisoner
vas not safe lor men in the crowd
made frantic efforts to reach him The
uards repelled these attacks with the
flat sides oL their swords at the same
line keeping watchful eyes upon the
rowd to prevent the prisoner from be
nji shot Maledictions were hurled
ipon the captive and never before has
such a wild indignation against a j hu
nan be ng been seen in this city
The news of assassination caused
a great sensation at the Grand theatre
which was tilled to the walls by the
slite of Lyons All were waiting with
mpatience the arrival of the president
md all were unable to understand the
delay Suddenly a man entered tha
theatre crying at the top ot his voice
The president has been assassinated
The most intense ext itement followed
owed this abrupt announcement
Women screamed and several fainted
Men ran out of tile building In order to
confirm the news They louud all the
treets leading to the palace filled with
excited throngs and were convinced
the report ot the attempt on the life of
the president was true
Suddenly through the throng sped a
andau conveying Adrian JDupuy a
brother of the prime minister Deputy
Jhaudey and Prefect Rivaud the
rowd giving way before the carriage
as it dashed into the Rue de la Kepub
ique precpded by four mounted gen d
nnes The crowd thinking now the
eport of the assassination was untrue
and that the president was in the car
iage shouted Vive Carnotvive la
ppubliquel
M Chaudey and Kivaud in tremu
lms voices said Dont shout the
resident has been the victim of an
utrage
The cheers were instantly turned to
urses and many and loud were the
cries for vengeance The landau proceeded
ceded to the theatre As soon as they
were seep the whole audience arose
and amid profound silence M Eivaud
aid in a voice broke with sobs
The president has just been assassin
ted
tedThis
This was received with a terrible explosion
lesion of fury The theatre responded
nth shouts of 10 la mart l assassin
ond cries for vengeance upon him
In the Rue de RepubliQue a miscreant
reant under pretext of presenting a
etition stabbed M Carnot with a
daRger
M Rivaud was again interrupted
with snouts of Death to the murderer I
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revenge revenge
Waving his hands for silence M
Rivaud again spoke saying
Do not make my mission more
painful We left M Carnot in the
hands of doctors You understand
that under these conditions our hearts
are fined wih sorrowand that the pro
posed performance in the presidents
honor cannot take place
The assnfsin is an Italian named Ce
sere Giovanni Santo
Santo is M beardless young man 20 or
25 years old When arrested he was
attired in a brown suit and wore a
peaked cajoed that matched the suit in
color As he marched under police
guard from the Rue de la Repablique
to the station he held his head down
but his eyes glanced furtively around
as though he was seeking an oppor
tunity to escape Tooiava made such
an attempt however would have been
the height of folly unless he desired to
commit suicide for there > is not the
slightest doubt had he cot away from
the protection of the police he would
have been torn lim from limb by the
crowd whose every action showed
they were thirsty for his blood
Santo who speake French badly
When questioned by Prefect Lepin at
the police station in Rue Moliere said
he had lived at Gette department of
Perault for the past six months and
had only come to Lyons today He
gave his age as 22 His replies were
gIVen cooly but without any sign of
bravado He refused however to
answer many of the questions put to
him regarding nis motiye for stabbing
the president declaring that on this
subject he would speak only before a
tribunal When he was searched by
the police a book was found in one of
his pockets in which it was written
that he had been born jn a village in
the province of Milanjltaly
MCarnots last speech was delivered
at the banquet given in bis honor He
dwelt upon the success of the exhibi
tion and said the same heart beats in
all French breasts when it is known the
honor security of rights of the country
are at stake This same union of all
frenchmen formed a guarantee of the
march towards progress and justice to
which it belonged to France to give an
example to the world
THE DEATH BED
Shortly after midnight the arch
bishop of Lyons was summoned to the
bedside of the dying president to ad
minister to him the last rites of the
church He was Jrt tlf room but a
short time when ne retired to an ad
joining room He remained until 1230
oclock and he was again summoned to
the presidents room where he admin
istered the sacrament M Carnot re
mained conscious to the last He re
alized that his life was rapidly ebbing
away and twice he said uJe men
vais I am going away
Dr Pomet leaned over the bed and
paid to him Your friends are here
monsieur le president M Carnot re
plied I am grateful for their pres
ence and a minute later he gasped for
breath there was a convulsive shud
dering of his body and the president of
France was dead
The lives of all Italians in the city is
in danger The populace is enraged
and it is difficult to prevent a bloody
riot
THERE Is a crowd of ten or a dozen
tramps at the depot headed west They
are wealers returning They report
that there are hundreds more comma
this way between here and Grand
Junction The railroad boys repoit
the same thing
THOMAS LEONARD was fined 500 to
day by Justice Wedgwood for driving
cows on the sidewalk on H street be
low First E D Boren swore to the
complaint and Mr Leonard pleaded
guilty
MB HOPKINS telegraph operator at
the II G W depot this citywas made
a happy man on Friday morning last
His wife presented him with an eight
pound boy
SHERIFF BROWN and Deputy Hall
went up to Thistle this morning in re
sponse to a telegram informing them
that the store of D F Smith of that
place had been broken into and bur
glarized some time during last night
Arc Men Getting tore V lJ r
A local philosopher who makes a
practice of observing other peoples
manners and commenting upon their
habits states that nearly every man now
carries a pocket mirror According to
him this habit has grown immensely
of late and nearly every man can be
observed at frequent intervals pulling a
glass out of his pocket and looking at
the set of his necktie or the appearance
of his whiskers Philadelphia Call
Change Cars
Nay Nay I Not if you make the trip
via the Chicago Union Pacific
Northwestern Line Fewest changes
to Chicago and other eastern cities
Through vestibuled trains composed of
Dining cars first and eecondclass
sleepers and Free Reclining Chair
carsFor full information call on or ad
dress
G W CRAIG
Agent U P System
Maid Wife or Widow
need never fear to make that contem
plated trip east if she will trust to the
Chicago Union Pacific Nortweatern
Line Quickest time Fewest changes
Union Depots
For full Information call on or ad
dress
G W CRAIG
Agent U P Systam
JUST ONEHALF
chargtd
the regular fare will be charged 4th of
July excursionists on Uni n Pacific
lines See your nearest U q agent
for dates of sale l and limits 04 ticket
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I THE ANNUAL FEAST
Superintendent Guile of the Lake View
North Sabbath School Treats His Pupils
to a Strawberry Festival
VINEYARD Utah June 23 Cor
respondence DISPATCH As has been
his custom for years at strawberry sea
son Superintendent John Gillies of
the Lake View north Sabbath school
has again feasted his pupils on the
products of his strawberry bed Yes
terday he called the Sunday school
children together and treated them
right royally to a feast such as would
inspire the heart of even a democrat to i
write of the beauties of home produc
tion
The Lake View north Sabbath
school can well be reported to be in a
flourishing condition which was evi
denced by the large number of pupils
who attended the strawberry festival I
given by our worthy superintendent
It was also apparent that all present
on this particular ocaision were well
prepared to execute their part of the
program which was arranged by a host
of fair waiters and which consisted of
the following questions
Haye another plate please Yeam
Take another piece of cake Yes
thanks
Not only were these questions an
swered promptly by the smallest pu
pils but all from the age of one to
seventyone were able to answer each
question propounded
Many thanks are due Superintend
ent Gillies for the kind and consider
ate treatment our children receive at
his hands annually at strawberry
time Mr Gillies raises strawberries
of the very best quality the richest
flavor the largest size Such were
the berries eaten at the festival yester
day C00
f gMQ N IALS published m
behalf of Hoods Sarsaparilla are
as reliable and worthy of confidence as
if from sour most trusted neighbor
FOURTH OF JULY
following is the Program of Exercises
Prepared by the Committee on Celebra
tion
At daybreakfiring of cannon by
Captain W H Brown
At sunrisenational colors raised on
public buildings attented by salute of
musketry by a platoon in charge of
Commander M M Kellogg
Music by the bands
At 830 a m the bells will ring as a
signal tor the citizens to assemble and
those takinb part in the parade at and
around the courthonse square
Procession will be formed in line by
James E Daniels Jr marshal of the
dayAfter
After parading through the principal
streets at 10 a m citizens will con
vene in the stake tabernacle where the
meeting will be called to order bv the
president of the day W N Dusen
berry
Music by the band
Prayer by the chaplain Rey Saml
Rose
Reading of the Declaration of Inde
pendence by Prof J B Walton
Son The Sword of Bunker Hill
by J R Twelves
Oration by the orator of the day J
W N Whitecotton
Music by the martial band
Address by Hon Wm B sing
Song by Mrs May Young Star
Spangled Banner
Speech by Hon A 0 Smoot one of
the Utah pioneers
Reading of toasts and sentiments by
John C Graham
Musical selection under the direc
tion of Prof H E Giles
Benediction will be offered by Rev
W J Bonham
N The committee on afternoon
amusements will arangea program and
give notice of the same through the
press
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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 to
the needs of physical being will attest
the value to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in tho
remedy Syrup of Figs
Its excellence is due to its presenting
in the form most acceptable and pleas
ant to the taste the refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of a perfect lax
ative effectually cleansing the system
dispelling colds headaches and fevers
ana permanently curing constipation
It has given satisfaction to millions and
met with 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
S up of Figs is for saleby all drug
gists in 50c ana 1 bottles but it is man
ufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co only whose name is printed on everj
package also the name Syrup of Figs
and being well informed you wiU not
aec pt a1 7 W 9
of 1 5 fatheR i
Hot Woathor AT Goods
RED HUT PRICES
On Monday June 25th we will offer our entire stock of
GOODS
at Prices that will dispose of them at once
SALE WILL CONTINUE ONE WEEK
Be on hand and get your supplies for the Glorious Fourth
NEW GOODS have arrived in every Department
Among them a Complete Line of
Ladies Duck Suits
See them and you will buy
We are giving GREAT SNAPS in
Wagons Buggies Mowers Bind
ers Etc
CHAMPION LIGHT MOWEK 4500
CHAMPION NEW BALL JOINT 5000
CHAMPION NO 4 STEEL MOWER 56 QO
WALTER A WOOD STEEL MOWERS 60OO
We are HEADQUARTERS for
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Eight Room pressed bricK Modern House excellent lo
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Seven Room pressed brick house 3500 will take 1500
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East Waterloo lots 275 per lot Southeast part of tbQ
City the choice location cement walks to car lino Shde
trees etc
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