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THE EVENING DISPATCH
JOHN L JBARToW Editor and Prop
Entered at tho lost 0111 ce at Provo Utah for
ranamission through the mails as second
class matter1
Tho office ot THE EVENING DISPATCH is
ocated half block north of tho First National
Bank
Al communications should bo addressed to
THfi DISPATCH Provo Utah
NOTICE
Mr E S Cowcy is a regular solicitor and
collector for the Dally and SemiWeekly
DIPPATCH His contracts and receipts will be
di lv respected by this officeJKO
JKO i BAKTOTV
NOTICE
No order from this office will be recognized
In settlement unless signed by
JOHN BAHTOW
PBOVO CITY JULY 20 1894
PIONEER DAVT
Too late for UB to treat the matter ed
itorially yesterday evenin the republi
can party authorites concluded to meet
the democrats in a nonpartisan effort
to celebrate Pioneer Day and statehood
on the same day and to do so in a really
non partisan way They act wisely in
this way but in the vain attempt to
filch from the democrats their well
earned honors in this statehood mat
ter by a mere trick they acted verv un
wisely The people of Utah will see
that those deserving praise shall en
joy its meed to the full The work has
been done by the democrats The re
publicans can under no circumstances
justly claim any lot or part in it still
less now than ever since that party
opened its ranks and took in the great
body of the liberals The ranks of the
advocates of statehood contain the self
same men today that they did four
years since This is not the case with
the republican party The bitterest
foes of Utah including the liberals
have found congenial association with
the republicans the only place on earth
where they could have found it
We are averse to bitterness in the
conduct of politics but we will fight
bitterly any arid all attempts to wrest
on any scale the well honestly and
fairly won honors accruing to democ
racy in securing the boon of etutehood
for Utah This jewel is a democratic
iewel and let him beware who would
attempt to steal it away This effort
let it be made by whom it may will be
sternly met by the democracy This
concession on the part of the local re
publicans is a graceful act They were
Airly met and as fairly beaten and the
acknowledgment is a graceful thing
Now let all the patriotic of all shades
of political opinions meet on the 24th
and rejoice as citizens as neighbors
and friendsas well as fellow Utonians
that at last the day has come when
there is no bar sinister across the
escutcheon of a citizen of Utah He
stands before the world today without
prejudice because of his allegiance to
the gem state of the mountains as
was the case formerly Let U3 re
joice t that the will of the majority
of the people will hereafter choose our
officials and our own statesmen will
make the laws by which we are to be
governed for all the future years of the
life of the new state We differ today
from the people of no other state in
the union We have the same rights
privileges and dignities of other states
Our representatives will vote and act
on the floors of congress and senate as
those of other states The sting of op
position will be drawn Something
more will be necessary to beat a pro
position than simply to say it is a Utah
measure Polygamy is gone theocracy
is gone and there is now nothing in
our getup purposes that differs from
other states There is no more justi
fiable reason that we should be dis
criminated against
Now that the republicans have with
drawn the offensive partisanship of
their proposition to celebrate
and have adopted the day
chosen by the democrats dear
to every true Utonians heart upon
which to act let all patriotic citizens
with one accord and with one impulse
join and make it a celebration which
will be a marvel as long as the state of
Utah maintains her state organization
A people thoroughly united can do
anything and do it to perfection This
coursegives us a higher opinion of the
wisdom and sense of justice of the
party of the g o p We are glad to
know that they are more Utonian
than republican They have aban
doned every position and now agree to
act as Utonians and not as republi
cans
THE house sent the tariff bill back to
the senate and the president writes an
exceedingly strong letter to Wilson
which was read in the house and
which echoed in the senate also The
president claims that free raw ma
terials were guaranteed by the party
andits pledges must be carried out
Of course this letter will create a
furore it will be both praised and
blamed in the democratic party In
the west we are not so particular We
care more for free silver and really
everything here depends upon free sil
ver and not upon tariff policies as it
does in the east Give us Iree coinage
and we care little for anything else
albeit there is an oldfashioned habit
desire to see pledges redeemed
WE direct democratic attention to
the copy of the now rather wellknown
circular of the claim everything order
When you have your enemys plan ot
battle you ought to beat him all along
the line Yea claim that Utah is re
publican that is all there is in it an
empty claim an impudent and very
false claim The fact is Utah was
staunchly democratic before statehood
was conferred Now it is democratic
by over five thousand majority
Write the figures down If it were not
4hfi circular referred to WQUl purely
w
I
make it up to that figure Read the
circular democrats It is worthy a
II calm perusal Mr Crane is a cit cular
writer of worth
i
THIS whole statehood glory belongs
to the democrats because a democratic
national administration gave it us
We do not propose to surrender a par
ticle of this keen edge to any body
much less the republican party mana
gers Fate gave it us and we hold it
until the last vote is counted on the
second Tuesday in November
THE Tribune is calling for sugges
tions as to the new constitution etc
Dear old TrIb you mistake It is
something which does not concern the
job office You must dig down into
your reserve wisdom for suggestions
on the question of what shall or shall
not appear in that document Albeit
the republicans will have little to do
with that document
NEW MEXICO and Arizona will enter
the family of the union at one and the
same time This looks a good deal as
if the democracy was in favor of taking
em all in as soon as they are ready
How about the republican party If
only that thirty years record could be
forgotten
THE headline writer of the Herald is
at fault in his statesmanlike treatment
of Hogg of Texas There is a Hogg
whose every ounce of a rather exten
sive avordupoise is worth a millicn
of such men as Waite of Colorado
JUDGE JONES is brim full of enthusi
asm over statehood so enthusiastic
that really he does not care that it was
a democratic congress and president
who cave us the boon Heres broad
mindedness for you
JutGE JONES can turn out more
sharp tricks for the g o p in ten min
utes than all the remainder of the pa
triots in ten years albeit Don Coray is
no slouch himself when it comes down
to real business
CLAIM statehood for the republican I
party In fact and in short claim
everything Claims like the best laid
schemes of mice and men gang aft a
glee and Chairman Crane will fiud
it so
THE mails Jack a good deal of having
attained their old tIme regulaiity
Things were indeed sadly out of joint
during the late strike
THE order to run the mints up to
full capacity is a very grateful one to
the west Perhaps the turn of the
tide has come
THE republican city committee of
Proyo should vote for Cleveland be
cause he signed the statehood bill
IT is all well enough to play sharp
tricks in politics but when you are
caught at it it is merry sheol
UTAH is entitled to eleven more fed
eral appointments than she now has
Who said Utah was greedy
UNTIL a party rises infinitely above
mere trickery its victories are never
permanent or satisfactory
HON WM ET KING will without I
doubt be confirmed in a few days
DAN JONES and Don Coray are cute I
exceedingly cute
Their Name Is Legion
Reader there are many blcod puri
fying medicines
There is but one Hoods tJarsapa
rillaDo
Do not allow highsounding adver
tisements or other devices to turn
you from your purpose to take Hoods
Sareaparilla because in this purpose
you are right and will not be disap
pointed in the result
Hoods Sarsaparilla is an honest
medicine honestly advertised effects
honest cures and gives everv patron a
fair equivalent for his money What
more can you reasonably ask
A fair trial guarantees a complete
cure
From the Imperial Court to the Gutter
A good text for a sermon on the vi
cissitudes of life would be found in a re
cent examination of a tramp before M
Duranton the Paris commissary of po
lice The tramp it seems had endeav
ored to pawn a diamond bracelet he
had picked up near the opera house
and he had been arrested He turned
out to be Edmond Viscount de la Morte
the head of an ancient noble family of
Lyons Under the second empire he was
chamberlain at court and he had an
ample private fortune but now at the
age of 67 ho is found wandering about
almost without visible means of sub
sistence And thereby hangs another
tale for being asked how he lived he
opened a bag he was carrying and
showed a quantity of orange peel I go
about picking up the peel he explain
ed and I sell it to a manufacturer of
liqueurs for making bitters and cura
coa London News
Days of Grace
After Jan 1 1895 no more days of
grace will be allowed in Now York
state on notes drafts checks accept
ances bills of exchange bonds or other
evidences of indebtedness made drawn
or accepted by any person or corpora
tion and no grace according to the
custom of merchants will be allowed
after that day unless there is a stipu
lation to the contrary There is nothing
left for the debtor to do but call at the
captains office and settle or let his ob
ligation go to protest on the day tho ob
ligation matures Cincinnati Times
Star
W P BATES of 2405 Jones street I
Omaha Neb says of Parks Sure
Cure My wife has been constitu
tionally wrecked for years Tripd
everything fruitlessly My druggists
persuasion backed bv his guarantee
induced me to buy a bottle of Parks
Sure Cure The results are truly won
dertul Parks Sure Cure for the Liver
and Kidneys is a positive specific for
the disease of Women Sold by Smoot
Drug coppny
tI Aa old aa
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and proven I
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medicine to
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t mild laxa
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1J efl ing directly
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r fJ and Kid
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Sold by all
Druggists in Liquid or in Powder
to be taken toy or made into a tea
The Eteg of Liver Medicines
It I have used your Simmons Liver Regu
lator and can conscionclously say it is the
king of ail liver medicines I consider it a
f glr Yl
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SON Tacoma Washington
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With Your Cup of ColTec
The invalid who is tired of taking her
egg tonio with sherry and who dislikes
the taste of a raw egg may be glad to
know that the egg may be effectually
disguised in a cup of coffee Prepare the
coffee to the taste with cream and
sugar keeping it very hot until ready
for tho egg which must be beaten thor
oughly in another cup and the prepared
coffee added by degrees to it Drink it
hot and you will find it not only pala
table but strengthening Philadelphia
Times
Baked Milk
Put milk in an earthenware jar
Cover the opening with thick paper and
bake in a moderate oven until the milk
is as thick as cream This is often pala
table to invalids who do not care for
tnilk New York World
STATE or OmoCiTY OF TOLEDO
LUCAS COUNTY f 9 s
FRANK J CHENEY makes oath hat
he is the senior partner of the firm of
F J CHENEY Co doing business in
the city of Toledo County and state
aforesaid and that said firm will pay
the sum of ONE HONORED DAL
LARS for each and every case of
catarrh that cannot be cured by the use
of HALLS CATARRH CORK
FRANK J CHENEY
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence this 6th day of Decem
ber A D 1886
J
J c A W GLEASON
j SEAL Notart Public
r
Halls Catarrh Cure is taken intern
ally and acts directly on the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system Send
for testimonials free
F J CHENEY CO
Toledo O
SafSoJd by all Druggists 7fo
EXCURSION RATES
Via the Union Pacific July 23d and
24th
On account of Pioneer holiday the
Union Pacific will sell excursion tick
ets from and to all stations in Utah
July 23d and 24th limited for return to
July 25th at rate of one fare for the
round trip
Notice of Stockholders Meeting
Notice is hereby given that pursuant
to an order of the board of directors of
the Provo Milling and Manufacturing
company made on the 9th day of July
1894 a meeting of tim stockholders of I
said corporation will be held at the
office of said company in Provo city
Utah said city being the principal
place of business of said company on
tin 6th day of Augudr 1894 for the
purpose of electing officers of said cor
poration and for the transaction of
such other business of whatever na
ture relative to the affairs of said com
pany is may be presented
Uy order of the board of directors
REED SiioOT President
The Strike Is Off
so you can safely attend the dance
at Geneva Thursday night The beat
music boating and bathing Perfect
order preserved Dancing free All
for 25 cents round trip
Notice to Taxpayers
Complaints in regard to the assessed
vaue of any property or application
for abatement or remission of taxes for
the current year must be made to the
board of equalization at the county
courthouse in Provo CIty between
Thursday the 19th day of July and
Saturday the 28th dav of July 1894
both days inclusive between the hours
of 10 a m and 4 p m or be forever
barred according to the provisions of I I
the law By order of the county court
V L HALLWAY
County Clerk
Baunsclieitltism
FAIRVIEW CITY Utah Feb 3rd 94
FREDERICK RAILE ESQ
Provo City
DEAR SIRn answer to your in l
quiry about what effect the machine
had whhh I bought from you will say
my wife vas down with rheumatism
most of the time last winter and part of
last spring I spent a good deal of
money for medicines and doctor bills
She only received temporary relief In
July I bought from you one of your in
struments and one bottle of oil Since
that time I have bought another bottle
of the oil As to the result I will say
it has done more good for my wife
than all other remedies put together
which we have used My wife now is
well If she feels any pain at all she
always ends it with one application
from your instrument and the rubbing
on of the oil We have used it on our
cnildren for sore throat and other
pain It has never failed in giving
relief I would be more than willing
to aid you in helping others if I could
do so Yours very truly
SWEN O NIELSON
Change Cars
Nay I Nay I Not if you make the trip
via the Chicago Union Pacific I
Northwestern Line Fewest changes
to Chicago and other eastern citl a
Through vestibuled trains composed of
Dining cars first and eecondclaps
sleepers and Free Reclining Chair
carsFor full information call on or ad
dress
G W CRAIG
A J VI 1 P I 3yetem
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Houses for Kent
Apply to Evan Wride confer C and
Seventh streets Provo tt
p Wanted
Second hand folding bedstead Ad
dress C this office it
He Didnt do a Tliinjr
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 Syste m
Farmers Attention
Money loaned on irrigated farms at
10 per cent per annum Write or ap I
ply personally tSuroRL
SAMUEL COBNABT
Spanish Fork Utah
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 U P System
Extra Notice
The reason why the Coop are sell
ing their goods so cheap is that they
have stopped the credit system and are
selling strictly for cash
Maid Wife or Widow
need never fear to make that contem
plated trip east if she will trust to the
Chicago Union Pacific Nortwe tern
Line Quickest time Fewest changes
Union Depots
For lull information call on or ad
dress
G W CRAIG
Agent U P System
Wanted
A pushing energetic man to handle
Wheeler Wilson Sewing machines in
Provo and vicinity
Address
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Union Pacific Hotel
Salt Lake City
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The Holdaway Park grounds con
sisting of three acres on Vest Mainbe
tween Twelfth and Thirteenth streets
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every day in quantities to suit at 50
cents per hundred Leave orders at
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Address HOMES AND HCARTHS PUBLISH
1JSG CO New York
T r ALIAS
iUMMONSN THE DISTRICT COURT Of
the first Judicial District of the territory
ot Utah Utah county
Denuis sullivan plaintiff vs John Beck
Henry Wee Jouatuuu Itice William cstlx
Dayid liieeman Benjamin Hisemuu and Lliua
Michael partners under the name of dice
Stix Ua John J Gushing Charles E
Poweil J A Cunningham and Henry Tay
lor defendants
Tho people of the Territory of Utah send
greeting to John liecrf Henry ilico Jonathan
llice t illiam btix Daviu Eiseman Benjamin
Kiseman and Elias Michael partners under
The name of Bice Stlx t Co JohnJ dishing
Charles E Powell J A Cunningham and
Henry ETaylor defendants
You are hereby required to appear in an
action brought against you by the above
named plamtit in tho district courtot the
First Judicial ilistrict of the territory of Utah
and to answer ihe complaint nled therein
within ten days exclusive ot the day of ser
vice I alter the service on you of this summons
If served within this county or if served out
of this county but m this district with
In twenty days otnerwise within forty days
or judgment by detault will be taken against
you according to prayer of this complaint
The baid action is brought to obtain the judg
ment and decree this court lor the fore
closure of the mortgage described in said com
plaint ana executed by the said defendant
John ucct on die 16th day of December 18UO
and duly recorued in the uflico of the County
Recorder of tho county ol Utah in the Terri
tory ot Utah in book No 11 of Mortgages
pages 53 and 51 to secure the payment of a
promissory note of the def ndaut John Beck
lor125lW dated at Eureka Utah November
S4th JbUU paable ninety days utter ditto to
the pluilltItf or order lth interest at the rate
of HiDhr nor cent nor annum from date and
interest osaid mite at the rate of teD per
cent per annum Irom the th day of Febru
ary ItS less payments made thereon in the
sum ot two thousand dollars that tho premises
convoyed by said mortgage may be sold and
tho proceeds applied to tho payment of said I
promissory note attorneys lees for an I
amount equal to three per cent ot the amount
of the Juugaont herein obtained on said note
and payment of costs commissions and ex
penses 01 sale and in casn such proceeds are
not sufficient to pay tho same then to obtain
a judgment und execution against said de
fendant beck for tho balance remaining un
paid and also that the said defendants and all
persons claiming by through or under them
inaj bo barred and foreclosed of all right
title claim lien equity of redemption and
Interest in and to said mortgaged premises
and lor other and further relief as will more
fully appear by reference to the complaint
on lie herein For a particular description of
the land described in said mortgage releronco
is hereby made to the copy of said mortgage
fllvd witn the said compliant as a part thereof
And you arq hereby uotitted that If you tall
to appear and answer the said complaint
above required tho said plaintiff will apply
to the court 4 or the relief therein demanded
Witness tho Hon Uarycy Smith Judge
and the seal of the district court of
the judicial district In and for
LBEALl the territory of Utah this 30th day
of June in the year of our Lord
one thousand eight hundred and
ninetylour
D H PEERY Jiu Clerk
By F D HIGGINBOTIIAM In Deputy Clerk
W CJ Hall nttornevforDlalnuff
First insertion July 31894
TVTOTICE TO CREDITORS ESTATE OF
L Abraham EsnoutT deceased Notion Is
hereby given by the undersigned executor
of the estate oC Abraham Esnouff deceased to
tho creditors of and aU persods having I
claims against the said deceased to exhibit
them with the necessary vouchers within four
months after the first publication of this
notice to the said executor at his residence in
American Fork Utah county Utah territory
EUGENE A HEMUOD
Executor of the estate of Abraham Bsnouff
deceased
Dated at PrOVO city Utah July 131994
TOTICE TO CREDITORS IATE OF
NOTICE Haycock deceasedNotlce is here
by given by the undersigned administrator of
the estate Joseph Haycoca Jr deceased
to the creditors of and all persons having
claims against the said deceased to exhibit
them with the necessary vouchers within
four months after the first publication of this I
notice at the Probate court at Castle Dale
Emery County the same being tho place to
transact the business of tho estate
JOSEPH HAYCOCK
Administrator of the estate of Joseph Hay
cock Jr deceased
Dated this 2nd day of June 1894
NOTICE 10 CREDITOKSESTATE OF I
j Isaac Nelson deceased Notice Is
hereby given by the undersigned administra
tor oftho estate of Isaac Nelson deceased
to tho creditors of and all persona having
claims against the said deceased to exhibit
them with the necstary vouchers within four
months after the first ublication of this no
tice to the said administrator at his residence
in Proyo City Utah County Utah Territory
EVAN WRIDB
AdmlnUtrator of tho estate of laaao Nel
gen decoded
Pftt d RjPrayo City Utah June Pitt
I = I 11 i
Pruyn City Planing Mill
s E d WARD SONS Props
Manufacturers of
SASH COOKS FEAMES MOULDINGS PORCH STAIRWOEK
AND COMBINATION FENCE
Also Dealers in
Lumber Lath Shingles and General Building < Material
Corner 3d and H streets Telephone No 32 Provo Utah
PHUFESSIONAU CARDS
SAMUEL A KING
Att o r n ey at Law
I
Collections Promptly Attended to
O ce First Mational Bank Building Provo
ILLIAM H KING
WILLIAM
Attorneyatlaw
Rooms 5 and 7 First National Bank
Building
PROVO UTAH
J E BOOTH KA WILSOF
BOOTH WILSON
AttorneysatLaw
No 23 North J Street
PROVO UTAH
A D GASH
A
Atorneyat Law
itoom 7 County Courthouse
PROVO CITY UTAH
THURMAN WEDGWOOD
AttorneysatLaw
Rooms i and 3 First National Bank nilaingJ
PROVO 1 UTAH
WARNER KNIGHT
Attorney and Counselor
At Law
Booms 14 Union Block Provo CitT Utah
MM KELLOGG E E CORFMAN
XELLOGG CORFMAN
KELLOGG l
AttorneysatLaw
Room Hines Building
Provo City Utah
K KING
SK
Attorneyat Law
Office in National Bank of Commerce Building
on 7th Street
PROVO CITY UTAH
ROBERT ANDERSON
IttorneuaHaw
Rooms and 5 Bldredgo Block
PROVO CITY UTAH
r HOUTZ
D
AttorneyAtLaw
Rooms 4 and 5 Eldredge Block
Provo Utah
A E VEATCH
A
AttorneyatLaw
Rooms 9 and 10 Union Block
I
PROVO UTAH
OOEEN CHRISTENSEN
BOREN
flttorneiialLaw
Mount Pleasant Utah
Q3JF F REED
IDESlsTTZST
Office over Pyne and Maibens Drug
Store Provo Utah
McCURTAINM
AMcCURTAIN
Physician and Surgeon
Office rooms 3 and 4 Hines Block Provo
Office hours 9 to 13 a m 2 to 4 pm
Resldenceone block north of First ward meet
Ing house Residence telephone No 4 E of
fice telephone 23
GEORGE SMAETMD
GEORGE
Physician Surgeon
SPANISH PORK UTAH
Office opposite Post office
Calls day and night
I F NO YES MD
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PHYSICIAN SURGEON
Office over Pyne Maiben Room 12
Office hours 9 to 12 and 2 to 5
Residence 1 block south B Y A
PROVO CITY UTAH
B SEARLE
W l
Civil Engineer
Irrigation and Water Power Plans Deputy
U S Mineral Surveyor City
Surveyor ot Provo
OFFICE IN COURT HOUSE
D C WATKINS
IrchtieGl and perinlendenl
Office In Union Block
PROVO UTAH
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Pants to Order350 to 1075
Suits to Order 1450 to 45
Overcoats to Order 11 to 35
Over Three Hundred and Fifty Patterns to select from
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Union Pacific System
Time Table In Effect May 6 1894
sOUTH Subject to change with NORTH
out notIce
Provo Local No1lass I No2laeB r Provo
Lv Daily Leys Daily STATIONS Ar Dally Ar Daily L
325 p m 145 am Ogden 730 pm 1040 a iii
Ar435 Ar300am SltL k Lv620pm Lv 930 II
a a
e
LvI50 I eo II
Lv7 45 Ar 610 Ar 920
6 49 1 845 u Lehi Junction 5 10 822 51
652 848 II eo Lehi 5 07 u 819 u
658 854 AmericanFork501 I 813
7M 859 Pleasant Grove455 807 I
714 909 Lake View444 Ie 756 u
h
Ar725pm 920 Provo 432 Ly745ai
199 II Sprmgville 422
O938 II SpanistiFork414 II
946 Benjamin 407
95 II Paytoli 356 II
tO08 8antaquin 346 Ie
U 08j Nephi 255 II
1i55 p m Moroni 915 am
14 H Ephraim 1830 II
205 II 1 1Jsnti 800 1
Arll40am Juub 215 pmLv
Lv 1210 p m Juab 130 h Ar
810pm Milford 605 am
1000 p m Frisco 43tJ H
Arrive Leave
Trains outn or Juab run daily except sunaay
Trains Leaye Salt Lake for Ogden daily at 700 a mtI30 am 240 620pm
Trains leave Ogden for Salt Lake daily at l45arn 325pm 705pm
Logan Train leaves Provo at745 a m Salt Lake 240 pm arrive Logan 640
p m
Service between Provo and Eureka leave Provo 745 a m arrive Eureka
1150 a m leave Eureka 220 pm and arrive Provo 725 p m
Trains for terminus and Tooele run daily except Sunday leaving Salt Lake at
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Harpers Magazine
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HARPERS MAGAZINE for 1S94 will maintain
tho character that has made It the favorite
Illustrated periodical for the tome Among
the results of enterprise undertaken by the
publishers there will appear dnriug the year
superbly illustrated paper on India by Ed
win Lord Weeks on the Japanese Seasons bv
Alfred Parsons on Germany by Poultnoy
BiKolow on Paris by Richard Hardlns DavIs
and on Mexico by Frederick Remington
Among the o her notable leatures of the
year will be novels by George du Jlaurier and
Jiiarlrs Dudley Warner the perso al remin
iscences of W D Howells and eight short
storija Western frontier life by Owen Uls
ter Short stories will also bo contributed
t7 Brander Matthews Richard Harding Da
vis MarvE Wilkins Ruth McEnery Stuart
Hiss Laurence AlmaTadema George A Hib
bard Quesnay de HeaurepaireThomas Nelson I
Page ann others Articles on topics of our
rent intrrnar trill Ho onTit IV n + nl HTT < lfa + fn
guished specialists U w
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year When no time is mentioned subcrip
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leading journal America in its splendid il
lustrations its corps of distinguished con
tributors and in its vast army or readers In
special lines it draws on the highest order of
talent the men best fitted by position and
i training to treat the leading topics of the day
I lit fiction the most popular storywriters
contribute to its columns Superb drawings
by the foremost artists illustrate Its special
articles its stories and every notable event of
public iterest it contsins portraits of tho dis
tinguished men and women who aro making
the history ot the time while soeciul attention
is given to tho Army and Navy Amateur
Sportsand Music and tue drama by distin
guished experts In a word Harpers Weekly
combines the news features of tho daily paper
and the artistic and lterary qualities of the
magazine with the solid critical character of
tho review
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i er Year
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I HARPERS BAZAtt 400
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three years back in neat cloth binding will
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egi g
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ceipt ot 8100 each
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