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The Evening dispatch. [volume] (Provo, City, Utah) 1891-1895, July 19, 1894, Image 1

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PROVO CITY UTAH THURSDAY JULY 19 1894
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COURT AT MANTI
Uncle Sams Fold of Citizens
Increasing Rapidly
NO CAUSE OF ACTON
Against Peter O Peterson Who Was Ac
cused by Fred O Strata of Having
Stolen Sheep to the Value of 59000
The People of Sanpete are Jubilating
Over Statehood
MANTI July 18lbe case of Fred
C Strate VB Peter C Peteieon et al
occupied the greater portion of the
time of court Monday The euit was
brought to recover 590 the value of
sheep which plaintiff claims defendants
had stolen from him Jacob Johnson
reprasented plaintiff and Whitecotton
and Reid the defendants
M Martin was fined 500 for forni
cation he having married the girl
Charles G McGougan of Canada
Henry G Mills Arthur H Campbell
William Syme James Byrne and Al
fred W Weston of England David
Hutchison of Scotland Rasmus Myers
Martin Jensen NIels C Andersen
Christian Jorgensbn Martin Frandsen
John Frendeen James Poulsun Jens J
Simonsen Jorsen C Jensen Frederick
y Jensen Christian Berthelson Jens
OK JensenCarl Christensen Francis
E Madsen Jens P Christensen Mar
ius Cnnstensen Daniel Jensen Christ
ain and E Nielsen of Denmark Carl
F Carlson James Olson and JJengt
Danielsen of Sweden and Frederick
R Moss of Australia were admitted
citizens of the United States
On Tuesday the case of Strate vs
Peterson et al was given to the jury
Dt about 1030 oclock Verdict no
cause ot action This will undoubt
edly dispose of the criminal charge
against the same defendants for grand
larceny for stealing the sheep
The case of the People vs Edward
Mortenson was dismissed on motion of
the district at ornev
The caee of the People VB Dr A L
Davisonfor practicing without a li
cense Prosecution given leave to
Amend complaint Court instructed
jury to return a verdict of not guilty
gTheodore Bruback vs Nathaniel
Edmunds et al Albert Tuttle added
as party defendant Plaintiffs time
to file amended complaint extended to
Saturday July 21st 1894 Trial con
tinued for the term
Z 0lii I vs Anderson Brothers
company Dismissed at cost of plain
tiff
In the case of Lzzie McCartney va
fi ephen L Vorheee Verdict of 1050
returned far plaintiff
JTfaS csee of DS u A Sprl eater va
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Swen O Nielson Dismissed at cost of
plaintiff
The case of the people vs Abner
Kofford grand larceny was called
jury empaneled and part of evidence
heard A question as to the legalitv of
the indictment arising an adjourn
ment was taken untilWednesday
Andrew O Anderson Niels R Han
sen Niels Anderson Niels P Nielson
NielsF Nieson Anton C Nielson
Lauritz F Niel eon Soren C Chris
tensen of Denmark John P Carlson
Olof P Asplund of Sweden Andrew
M Ammason of Norway James
Blain Thomas Garrett Joseph Blain
David W Bailey of England were
naturalized
On Wednesday in the Kofford
larceny case court instructed the jury
to return a verdict of not guilty Case
resubmitted to next grand jury
The case of Bengt Danielson vs
Henry Jensen damages for false Im
prisonment called was in progress at
noon
NOTES
Judge Judd and Sam King go Salina
tonight to jubilate with the people of
that town over statehood
An open air meeting was held here
last evening The speakers were Judges
Judd Smith Johnson and King S R
Thurman Dr Tanner and Mayor Al
der The meeting adjourned with a
hurrah for statehood
REX
LJOODS CURES whenall other
preparations fail It possesses
curative power peculiar to itself Be
sure to get Hoods Sarsaparilla
Personal ConsIderations
Mrs Home tho wife of the author
who wrote The Tragedy of Douglas
was very infirm and very peculiar and
spent her time on a sofa in the unusual
occupation of chewing nutmegs
A gentleman who was a great admir
er of her husbands work called one day
to see him and not finding him thought
it would be only less delightful to talk
with the wife of so celebrated a man
Ho was ushered into her presence and
began to ingratiate himself by praising
her husband She made no answer
Then he attempted to talk on topics of
general interest and still she was silent
At last she spoke
Any prospect of a peace she in
quired
Yes he replied enthusiastically
certain now that conversation had real
ly begun there is every hope that a
glorious peace will soon be concluded
Oh aye said she Will it mak
any difference in the price o nutmugs
Tho hero worshiper took his leave
Youths Companion
In a recent discussion on the woriring
womans need of protection Mrs Charles
Russell Josephine Shaw Lowell de
clared that the right of ballot would in
sure to woman that protection for her
labor that is now the privilege of men
that tho rewards for her labor would be
equivalent to the labor performed only
when sho had attained the suffrage and
protection through the ballot box
Of Price Cream PaWQw
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SHAll WE RATIFY
As Citizens with the Eeptibs
on Saturday
JONES SAYS WE MUST
Help Rill Party OutHe Didnt Like
Tuesdays Demonstration and Wants
Another a Republican One at the Ex
pense of the Whole PeopleThe 14 or
Obeys His Boa
The little trick worked all right ex
posed though it was Judge Jones was
invited to participate in to make u
speech ratification of Tuesday eve
ning of the signing of the Utah state i
hood bill by President Cleveland He
refused calling it a democratic demon
stration Sraightway he went to work
scheming and evolved a plan whereby
he could get up a republican demon
stration and compel democrats to assist
him He covered his little hook with
a sugar coating calling it a citizens
ratification winked his other eye and
chuckled There now the democratic
suckers will take that bait
The judge did it in this way He
called the republican city committee
together in Ira Kenwards office and
resolved to ask command tht republi I
can mayor to appoint eight men to act I
with himself as a committee on ar
rangements for a citizens meeting
to be held on Saturday evening July
21st to ratify the signing of the Utah
enabling act by President Cleveland
The mayor agent of the republican
committee in accordance with a re
quest command of the republican
city committee appointed Messrs
John C Graham J S Jones Reed
Smoot J E Booth W N Dusenberry
John 11 TwelvesEvan Wride and Wm
H King as that committee and called
them together last evening all of whit h
was announced in yesterdays DIS
PATCH
Heading the announcement in this
paper some wide awake citizens saw
the tricK and addressed a personal com
munication to the mayor suggesting a
way in which the mayor could get out
of the hole in which be found himself
gracefully and honorably by publish
ing a reallv official call untainted by
partisanship and fixing the ratification
for Pioneer Day but he refused and
goes before the people of Provo as a
partisan mayor as a bitter and un
compromising partisan mayor
The communication reads as follows
To Son L Holbrook Mayor of Provo
City
DEAR SmWe notice in the even
ing issue of both local papers that you
have called upon all citizens of Provo
city to participate in a ratification of
the passing of the Utah enabling act
That you have made said call and ap
pointed a committee at the instance
and suggestion of the republican city
committee
With all due respect we suggest the
great impropriety of the mayor of the
whole people thus confounding his
functions as an official with those of
his personal partisanship
We beg to suggest that this act has
given offense to a number of your citi
zens who would be glad to join in a
nonpartisan demonstration and re
epecttully ask that you as mayor is
SMC a really official call untainted by
partisanship
If this is done we are sure there
will be a general and patriotic response
at this time for universal rejoicing in
Utah
We further suggest and urge that the
demonstration be made on Pioneer
Day and that the citizens be called to
retber to make preparations for such a
celebration immediately
Very respectfully yours
V L HHLLIDAY
E A WILSON
A O SMOOT JR
JOHN B MILKER
WALTER SCOTT
At the meeting held last eveningJohn
E Booth and Wm H King were ab
sent Rank republicanism ran hi h
It was offensive putrid it actually
smelled The mayor acted as chair
man and John R Twelves was made
secretary The mayor stated his rea
eons for making the callhe had been
requested to do so by tha republican
central committee was absent from the
city when the joyful news of the sign
ing of the enabling act came He had
other reasons He was patriotic and
would like to sec the whole people
ratify
Then the mistake of reading to the
committee a communication not ad
dressed to it was madethe aasve let
ter to Mayor Holbrook
John C Graham that great professed
stickler for the right of petition
promptly moved to tble the communi
tien Carried
W N Dusenberry moved that the
ratification be held on Pioneer Day
July 24th J C Graham amended by
moving that the celebration be held on
July 21st The amendment was put
J C Graham J D Jones and Reed
Smoot voted for it W N Dusenberry
John It Twelves and Evan Wride
voted against it The mayor declared
a tie and cast the deciding vote for the
amendment and the ratification will
be held on Saturday precisely asJudge
Jones and the other republicans com
manded
Committees were appointed as fol
lows
On parade James E Daniels C D
Glazier E C Henrichsen
On building W H Dueenberry
Reed Smoot
On decorationSoren Jensen Mrs
Wilmoth White Miss Clara Dusen
berry
On musicH E Rawlins J R
Bosbard J R Twelves
On mottoes S S Jones H S Pyne
H J Maiben
On finance R C Kirkwood J 0
Wit here T E Thurman
MarshalC E Loose
Chaplain President David John
SpeakersWm H KingS R Thur
man J E Booth J D Jones WN
UuEenberrv A gaxey
Readers will observe the whole of
the above was arranged strictly by a re
publican vote and the hoe ellltgeere t a
Highest of all Leavening PowerLatest U S Govt Report
Yal Bakins
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A1 sOLIDr mW PrbJ1SE
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by J D Jones an offensive partisan
who publicly and pr ately UD to a
very recent datehas declared that he is i
positively opposed to statehood for
Utah <
UtahStatehood is i tfr democratic fact ac
3mlpl5shed and dem v rvratj
tied are now jubilant and happy The v
are ready to ratify and jyb late again
as democrats or as citizens but never
in a republican gathering parading
under the stolen name of a citizen
meeting
Utahs Vindication
0 daughters fair of Utehs vales
Why need you blame your mother
state
She yet will right all wrong you feel
You now can well afford to wait
In Utahs statehood light is seen
Her sons have power to right you
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cause
The inclination too they have
They once passed woman franchise
laws
Tie well they know of womans worth
As mother sister daughter wife
Beside the man shell ever stand
In all thats reat and good in life
So cease your plaint have patience
etill
Your rights will come as sure as fate
Tis better late than not at all
Youll find it is not yet too late
Let Utahs princes have the joy
The long lost slipper to restore
Theyll win their Oinjderellas love
And gratitude for ever more
The author of the above effusion is
in attendance at the Brigham Young
academy summer school but he
doesnt care to give his name to the
public
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General Caccres
General Andres Avelino Caceres the
newly elected president of Peru has a
proud record as a soldier He got a sub
lieutenancy at the age of 16 and steadily
won promotion for gallant conduct on
the field For a year he was military
attache while still young to the Peru
vian legation at Paris and traveled con
siderably over Europe He was second
vice president in 1881 and was reelected t
ed to that office by congress in 1888
Chosen president in consrJR bad a dif
ficult task to administer tH affairs of a
disordered country after defeat by
Chile but he filled the office for the full
term with creditChicago Herald
Claim Everything
Wfl find in the Logan Journal a copy
of the Claim circular of the republi
cans Here we have the plan of cam
paign of our foes a luminous lamp to
guide our footsteps Let us profit by
it It will not hurt us that they claim
statehood claim Utah the earth air
and all else It will hurt us only if
these wicked tactics are successful
PERSONAL AND CONFIDENTIAL
instructions to Republican Officers and
Committees
Hold secret meetings if possible
Secure good tariff speakers Have
short speeches if more than one
speaker let them take topica adapted to
your county interests
Organize active committees to secure
membership
Look alter all doubtfuls secure their
names and approach them with such
friends as will have most influence to
convert them
Let your work be done quietly and
quickly as possible
Canvass your precinct thoroughly
making lists of democrats doubtfuls
and republicans
Organize ladies clubs to aid in se
curing attendance at meetings and in
such work as may be useful and
proper r
Organize schoolboy clubs so that
they may be early taught the benefit
of protection to home industries
Always organize glee clubs
Make reports to these headquarters
during the campaign of your increase
of voters prospective increase and
what speakers when and where that
would be useful Report also when
and where you have held meetings and
the attendance Report also what the
democrats are doing and how succeed
ing
Report all you can discover of demo
cratic plans and operations and con
teal your own
See that ail republicans are rKS
ereJ also that those entitled to last
citizens papers get them
Sea that no information of your
plans and operations get to democrats
Side track them if possible but get
all the information you can from
cr
them
Claim boldlv and at all times that
the territory is republican whether
you believe it or not
See that all republican votes are cast
as early as possible on the morning ot
the November election so first that
they may not be tampered with and
second that they may be free to work
for our cause vtb tho doubtfula and
democrats
Permit no conflict to arise between
your committee and other republican
committees
Cooperate with all other republican
committees to strengthen the party
See if organizations like yours are or
ganized iu adjoining precincts and re
port all precincts without republican
organization and report the name of
an active republicau in said precinct
to your county central committee
See that all republicans attend pri
mary and caucus meetings
Your precinct will of course be under
the jurisdiction of your county central
committee
CHAS CRANE
Chairman republican central com
mittee
Dr Prices cream uaKlng Fowler
W fJ4Fa1rJpSf Ml Etta ply
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AFTER THE WAR
Strikers Begging for Work
o t
and Going to Jail
RAILROADS MORE UNITED
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To Beep tip Rates and Reduce Expenses
aa a Result of the Strike Three Min to
Will be Kept Busy Making Silver Dol
lars tho Rest of the Year
CHICAGO July l8At 5 oclock to
night General Miles appended his sig
nature to the general order removing
federal troops from Chicago
One hundred and fifty Holandeis
have been put to work today on the
tracks back of the Pullman foundry
No effort was made to prevent the men
from going to work
The general managers association
handled the strike in a manner so
satisfactory to all the roads concerned
that they have begun to ask why the
same spirit of harmony which ena
bled them to make such a fight in
dealing with the strikers could not be
utilized to great advantage in traffic
matters There is the strongest kind ot
feeling that all roads should ha nnnnnr
trated in an effort to maintain s
and as far as possible deminish ex
penses
The ultimatum has gone forth that
railroad shops on the Wyoming and
Idaho division ot the Union Pacific
which were closed July 2 will not be
opened for general repair work until
business reyiyes and there is a demand
for motive power The decision is a
great disappointment to hundreds of
employes and will paralyze business in
all the division towns on the system be
tween Cheyenne and Portland
Trouble is not eaaed in California
Troops protect men at work and as
they go to and from work
STRIKERS GET EIGHT MONTHS
Los ANGELES Cal July 18Tudge
Ross this morning found John How
rth and Engineer Martin Kelly guilty
of contempt of court for violating his
injunction at Barstow and sentenced
each to eight months in jail The se
verity of the sentence was a surprise to
many it being thought as this was
the Lrst conviction for violation of the
injunction the sentence would be
light
MORE SILVER DOLLARS
PHILADELPHIA July 1811r Pres
ton the directer of the mint today by
the dIrectionof the secretary of the
treasury issued orders to the mint au
thorities at San Francisco and New
Orleans to begin at once the coinage of
silver dollars and during the present
month to com up to the ordinary ca
pacities of the mints
So far as can be learned it is not the
purpose of the government to extend
the coinage of seigniorage beyond a
few millions but it is stated that after
coining what gold may be necessary
and reaching the abraided fractional
silver each of the three mints prob
ably will be worked at their normal capacity
pacity on silver dollars for the next
several months at least and presum
ably up to the end of the present year
Whether treasury notes will be retired
as fast as received for silver so far as
sown has not been determined
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KIOWLEDGE
Brings comfort and improvement ana
tends to personal enjoyment when
rightly used The many who live be
ter than others and enjoy life mote with
less expenditure by more promptly
adapting the worlds best products to
the needs of physical beipg will attest
the value to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
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 vith the approval of the medical
profession because it acts on the Kid
neys Liver and Bowels without weak
eiung them and it is perfectly free from
every objectionable substance
Syrup of Figs is for sale by 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 every
package also the name Syrup of Figs
and being wU infonosd you nu aot
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Banking
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EGGEVRTSENS
The Bankers Give Interest on Savings
We Give Interest on Spendings
During JULY and AUGUST will give five pei
cent interest on all money you spend with us for
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Off Goodg Slioes 8 aild ll NOflO11L tl n
We are HEADQUARTERS for
Crockery Glassware Tinware
Woodenware Groceries
Hardware Barb wire
Nails Horse Shoes and
Plymouth Binding Twine
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REMEMBER We pay interest on spenaM
ANDREW EGGERTSEN Mgr
234 West Center Street Provo
RESURRECTEDc
The Star Meat Market
Cheever Brothers Proprietors
IN BOSHARD SAXEYS J Street Provo
All Meats In Their Season
Only the Fattest Animals Slaughtered
Will be glad to see all the old Patrons of the house
J E CHEEVER Mgr
PAINTING SIGNWRITINC
PAPER HANGING
AND
DECORATIVE WORK
Having lately returned from the South I am resuming
Business in Provo
Shops in the Rear of Excelsior Pharmacy
All Work Well Promptly Done
Henry J a Maiben
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Receiving Daily J
Carpets j
Furoi ture
Wall Pape
Lace and Chenelle Curtains
For Spring Trade
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