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B CHE EVENING DISPATCH.
B I OHN B. Milnek, Editor.
j (.Kntorodat tho Postoflico at Provo. Utah, for
HH transmission through the mails as second
j mattor.l
H Th-s office ol The Evening Dispatch is
Hj ocatod half bloct. norm of the First National
H Bank
H Al communicationa should too addressed to
H THE DISPATCH. Provo, Utah.
Hj Mr.A.Y. Bobison is a regular solicitor and
R ooiioctor for the Dailr and Semi Weekly
H DiflPATon. His contracts und receipts will do
Hi rtLlv roBpeoiod by this office
H J no. B. Milker
H . PROVO CITY. SEPT. 27. 1895
H For United States Senators,
H JOSEPH L. RAWDNS, SaltLake.
H MOSES THATCHER, Cache.
H For Goyernor,
H JOHN T. CAINE Salt Lake.
H For Congressman,
H B. H. ROBERTS, Davis.
H For JndgeB of the Supreme Court,
j SAMUEL R. THURMAN, Utah,
j THOMAS MALONEY, Weber,
H RICHARD W. YOILSG, Salt Lake,
H For Secretary of State,
j USHER S. .HARRIS, Salt Lake.
H For Attorney-General,
H A. J, WEBBER, of Wefe.
HJ Fer Treasurer.
H ALMA GREENWOOD, Millard.
H For Auditor,
H GUY C. WILSUX, Sanpete.
H For Superintendent of Public Instruc-
H KARL GL MAESER, of Utah.
H For Judge Fourth Judicial District
B E. A. WILSON, Proyo.
H CAINE FOR GOVERNOR.
H John T. Caine is a growing candi-
H date. His speeches point clearly to
H the fact that he understands what
H Utah needs and that by electing him
H Utah will get just the kind of a man
H beet suited to the position.
H Those who know him best know that
H he will stand as a wall of adamant
H against the assaults of those who want
H to fatten at- the public crib without
B giving a quid prolquo. Booms will not
K be hie especial pets, on the contrary
H economy will be his watchword. He
H is in fayor of the construction of reeer-
H Toirs, and as under an act of congress
H of the laBt session the ''governor of
B the state of Utah when duly inaugu-
H rated and acting" will have the pre-
B ference, right to apply for and get a
H survey of any unsurveyed lands, and
Hj to select therefrom any portion the
H state may desire for any purpose ex-
Hj cept the mining of gold and silver, it
K will be in the power of our governor to
Hj secure the necessary land on which to
H establish reservoirs, and to get the fee
H simple title to them for the state.
H With Caine for governor the water
Hj richts that will be created will be un-
H der the control and Inure to the hene-
H fit of the state. With Wells for eov-
H ernor influenced by republican ideas of
Hf favor to monopolies, speculators will
Hf bave a chance which they are bound
Kj to take advantage of, to secure valu
H able water rights and sell water to the
Hj coming farmers of Utah.
H We want the future farmers ot Utah
B to read the enabling act and the act of
Hj congress passed last winter in relation
B to Burveys of public lands, and see
H for themselves how new homes may be
H made in Utah under statehood, and
H then decide whether they want the
H immense power which the goyernor
Hj and legislature have in shaping the
H policy ot the material progress of the
Hj coming state to be wielded in favor of
H monopelies which have always been
Hj favored by republicans, or in favor of
H giving to every man an equal chance
Hj with every other man, which has al
H m ways been the policy of the democracy.
H There has never been a time in Utah
Hj before when party principles had such
Hj a direct and extensive bearing upon
H. our home affairB. The future prosper-
H ity of the masses of the people of Utah
H in a very large degree, hinges upon
H their choice for governor and legisla.
B We think it is time in Utah that
Hj those who irrigate and till the soil.who
Neuralgia
Hj Is the Prayer at
Hj the Serves For
H Pure Blood
H fains Believed
H Blood Purified and
B Nerves Made Strong by
H Hood's Sarsaparilla
j "It gives me great pleasure to state
H What Hood's Sarsaparilla has done for me
j and my wifa. She has been afflicted with
B neuralgia pains in her head for six years
H and it settled in her eyes. At times she
j would be totally blind and have to stay
Hj - ' in a dark room
H ylcfipv or mnt.hs.
B Sci. V "" short time
H B B Tre began
H usinfT Hood's
H! cvVBCS' Wn Sarsaparilla and
H 1 f W 1 today, thanJc
n I ) 0 B B aDe
H 7" 2ir. v .tn.Wm.H. ?2 f
H gtUonlfi, Axle. A . ji
B to Lteud to her L 'W.
H &. " old duties, dP&,$& 0t!p:
H wL'L 'h" aad not fSfe
H pizyiwz- i done for 'miim" I' j
H yet?r "n case Tras somewhat Bimi
H lar, -LL-i' .x ilclng Hood's SarsaparilU
H th la -.ains n h left my eyes and my
H nerraii hevs fa- me quietod. My health
H Codaj is Ik tc tLnn it has been for sev-
Hood j5sS' Cures
H era! years. ' '.r gaining: in strength and
H I fl llku a ao.r man." WrLLiAii H.
H NrjKAirAiirrij Judsonla, Arkansas.
B Hood's P-'llls iro hand made, and perfeef
B Jb propMtlott (&il sppeaxaaoa. S5o per hex, I
develop coal, iron, gypsum, gilsonite,
m arble, onyx, and many; other pro
ducts of mother earth, had some sort
of a show.
We are in favor of mining the Dre
cious metals, but the federal govern
ment is looking after that interest.
Manufacturers should be encouraged
by iucreaBed patronage, and to
secure that patronage we want the
cIbes who are at the foundation of bo
ciety, to have a chance e- that thby
may be prosperous and able to patron,
ize "home industry" by buying its
products.
Voters, study the question, and if
you will, you cannot fail to see that a
voice for Caine for goyernor, and for
democratic legislators, means a vote
for fair play for the worsing class, and
against monopoly of the land and
water rights that will be available
under statehood.
Thikty-two veare. of republican ad
ministration without a single grant to
Utah of anything. Appropriations for
courts were made as a loan only, but
the first entirely democratic adminis
tration passed the enabling act grant
ing statehood, and with it remitted the
debt, republicans had saddled upon
ub, and then gave us a grant of landB
far exceeding both in quality and
value all the land grants ever giyen to
any other state. The man who doeB
not Bee who Utah'B friends are must
be wilfully blind indeed.
Every perBon in Utah knows whom
the democrats want to represent the
state in the United States senate.
They want Hon. J. L. Rawlins and
Hon. Moses Thatcher. And very voter
knows when he votes for democratic
candidates f ir the legislature that he
votes for J. L. Rawlins and Moses
Thatcher. Herald.
The democratic nominees for the su
preme court bench are daily growing
in favor with voters of both parties,
and the chances of BUCceSB of any oi
the republican nominees, are growing
beautifully leas, their chances will
soon be so infinitesimally small as to
bo completely out of eight.
"The wool men who are getting 30,
40 or 50 per cent, more for their wool
than they were under the McKinley
bill cannot expect more than that by a
return to the McKinley bill. Now that
the Wileon law has Droved such a mag
nificent success are -you going to con
demn it?" Rawlins.
Hon. John T, Caine, the democratic
nominee tells the people what policy
he will pursue it elected. Mr. Wells
reads a little speech telling what a
glorious institution the republican
party is. The people will pieler the
man who tells them what he intends to
do, Enterprise.
Tbi trick attempted by O. E. Allon
to deceive the people by palming off
upon them as democratic doinge, the
actions of republican carpet-baggers
in the south, is just what might be
expected of him, judging from his
whole political course. Herald.
Paste this in your hat for future
reference. Sanpete county will give
a democratic majority of one hundred
at the coming election and the demo
crats will carry eyery precinct in the
county except four. Ephraim Enterprise.
SOiiE republicans say they like the
nominations for judges of the Third
judicial district. They like them on
the theory of the Spanish proverb:
"When we can't et "nhat you like,
like what you have got." Herald.
0. O..T. A,
The next regular meeting of the V.
C. T. A. will be held in Provo next
Saturday, September 28th, beginning
promptly at 10 a. m. Prof. Brimhall
will address the teachers aDd the sub
ject of wilting will be considered in
the departments. In the grammar de
partment it is expected that any
teacher will be prepared to lead out.
Mibs Ida Coombs and Mrs, Susie Swen
sen will present the subject m the
primary section.
D. H. Christeneen.
County Superintendent.
A Tiniely Reminder.
Each season forces upon our consider
ation its own peculiar perils to health.
The advent of fall finds many reduced
in strength and vigor, poorly prepared
to continue the buBlnesB of life. The
stomach and bowels, the great highway
of animal economy, is especially liable
to disorder m the fall. The nervous
system has also suffered in the struggle.
Typhoid fever and malaria in partic
u'ar find in the fall that combination
of earth, air and water that mark this
season aB especially dangerous. The
falling leaves, the- decaying vegetables
contribute their share of contamina
tion. Hood's Sarsaparilla furnisheB a
most valuable safeguard at these im
portant points, and should be ueed in
the fall before serious sicknesBhas laid
Fou low.
WARD CONFERENCES.
Will be Held in the Various Wards of
the Utah Stake of Zionas Follows:
American Fork, October 13th, meet
ings at 10 a. m. and 2. p. m.
Lehi, November 3rd, meetings at 10
a. m. and 2 p. m.
Edward Partridge,
David John,
Reed Smoot,
Stake Presidency.
What a Prominent Insurance Jiau
Says.
H. M. Blossom, senior member of I
H, M. Biossom & Co., 217 N, 3d St., I
St. Louia, writes: I had been left with
a very distreESing cough, the result of
influenza, which nothing seemed to re
lieve until I took Ballard's Rorehound
Syrup. One bottle completely cured
me. I sent one bottle to my sister, who
had a severe cough, and she experi
enced immediate relief, I always rec
ommend this syrup to my friends.
John CranBton,90S Hampshire Btreet,
Quincy, Ills., writes: I have found
Hallard's Horehound tSyrup superior to
any other cough medicine I have ever
known. It never disappoints. Price
c. Sold by Smoot Drug company.
Reader, did you ever take Simmons
Liver Regulator, the "King op
Liveb Medicines ?" Everybody needs
take a liver remedy. It is a sluggish or
diseased liver that impairs digestion
and causes constipation, when the waste
that should be carried off remains in
the body and poisons the whole system.
That dull, heavy feeling is due to a
torpid liver. Biliousness, Headache,
Malaria and Indigestion are all liver
diseases. Keep the liver active by an
occasional dose of Simmons Liver Reg
ulator and you'll get rid of these trou
bles, and give tone to the whole sys
tem. For a laxative Simmons Liver
Regulator is better tha.n Pills. It
does not gripe, nor weaken, but greatly
refreshes and strengthen.
Every package lias the RedZ
stamp on trie wrapper. J. H.
Zeilin & Co., Fkiladclaliia.
Territorial Democratic Platlorm
Adopted at the State convention.
Tne democratic party of Utah in
convention assembled, reposing its
trust in the intelligence, patriotism
and justice of the people standing
upon the constitution as a foundation
and limitation of the powerB of the gov
ernment as well as the guaranty of the
liberties of the citizen congratulate
the territory now soon to be a state
on the assured success of the policy
adopted by the national organization
as laid down in all its platlorms.
For the democracy of the entire ter
ritory we reaffirm our fath in the per
manence ot federal union aud our
devotion to the constitution and the
laws; and declare as cardinal doctrines
of democracy J
First Absolute acquiescence in the
will ot the majority as a vital principle
of the democratic party.
Second Total separation of church
and state for the sake alike of ciyil and
religious liberty.
Third The liberty of the individual
unvexed by sumptuary laws.
Fourth Support by the state of the
public schools.
Fifth The supremacy of the civil
oyer the military power.
sixth Exact equality of all persons
before the law.
Seventh The right to a free ballot
the right preservative of all other
rights.
Eighth That our democratic party
is the friend of the laboring man in
every a7ocation of life, and will pro
tect hL interest alike ugainat tho ag
gressions of monopoly as well as the
commune.
We believe the restoration of the
money of the constitution is now tne
paramount iESue before the country,
and insist that both parties shall
plainly state their respective posi ions
upon the question in order that the
voters may intelligently oxpreaa ttivir
preference. We therefore declare our
selves in favor of the immediate res
toration -of the tree and unlimited
coiuage.of gold and silver at the pres
ent legal ratio of 16 tol, as such coin
age existed prior to 1873, without wait
ing for the aid or consent of any other
nation. Gold and silver coin to be a
full and legal tender for all debts pub
lic and private.
W9 denounce the republican party
for the demonetization of silver in 1873
and for its repeated acts of hostility to
ward its remonetization.
We call attention to the fact that the
country was in the throes of a financial
panic when the democratic adminis
tration assumed control in 1893,and we
congratulate the people upon the ap
proaching reign of prosperity as a re
sult of a democratic reform of the tar
iff; and also to the fact that factories,
foundaries and mills have resumed
woik since the repeal of the McKinley
law, and to the constantly advancing
wages of workingmen in almost every
industry.
We again express our hearty appre
ciation of the democratic congress and
president in providing an enabling act
by virtue of which Utah is about to as
sume its position as a sovereign state.
We commend the action of the dem
ocratic membeis of the constitutional
convention in surrounding the taxing
and revenue-raising power of the State
by such restrictions and limitations as
to preclude any squandering ol public
property in aid ot private enterprises,
and to confine the expenses of carrying
on the public business within proper j
limits of economy, despite the almost
unanimous opposition of a republican
majority. And we fayor the adoption
of the proposed constitution.
We congratulate tho women of Utah
upon their admission to equal political
rights with men under the provisions
of the constitution proposed, and the
democratic party for the earnest and
able support of that measure by its
representatives in the constitutional
convention.
We denounce as false the charge
thnt the democratic party of Utah' has
been guilty ot stuffing ballot boxes or
other election frauds, and condemn
the republican party for its un
warranted and libelous attack upon
the majority of the Utah commission,
and deplore the lack of principle
shown by its attempt without any
evidence and for partisan purposes to
besmirch the character ot honorable
citizens
Easily, Quickly, Permanently Reatercd.
ks,- Weaknese, Nervoasncr.s,
(tfS&V IVoblllly, and all tho train
V-jrvEN ot orila I rota early errors oi
0i)S(l plater excesses, the results oi
Jsf rvv X oTorworb, sickness, worrr,
e t 1 etc. Full strength, devel.
XSySft if . .i 1 CFnwntaad tone given ta
$$ )ir7S)crcry orean and portion
FtfiiWkSKk ofthchody. Simple. nat-
WpTHI ural methods. Immedl-
l li IluA 1 1 pivl at improvement seen.
I Failure impossible. 2,000 references. Book,
explanation and proofs mailed (sealed) free,
gaiEED10flLQgBuffal8.gU.
Pedogogium.
The second session of thepedogogium
will be held next Saturday evening at
7:30 sharp. All interested in the fol
lowing program are cordially invited.
Song, Charolette Eyne.
Reading. Miss Hale.
Lecture. Dr. K. G, Maeser.
Commentary on Herbart and Herb
artiBm by A. C. Sorensen.
Current events, B. 8, Hinokley J
gKWK 1.111 n. .
Use Pure Water.
Parties desirouBOf taking the city
water will do well to call on the super
intendent for the cost of connection
with tho water mains. Rites or any
other question pertaining to cost and
use of the city water kindly answered
Epp Homer, Sapt.
Notice.
The first quorum of elder will meet
the first Thursday in everj munth at
8 o'clock, in the Fourth ward relief
Bociety room.
Wm. Wxmiams. Clerk.
Provo Mali Service.
MAIL TRAINS LKAVE.
D. P. Going South 9 :15 a. m
R, G. W. Going East 9:26 a. m.
R. G. W. Going West.. .. 11:55 a- m.
U. P. Going North 3.37 p.m.
Salt Lake and Balina East 3:55 p m.
Salt Lake and Salina, West 4:15p.m.
MAIL TRAINS AERIVE.
CJ. P From Salt Lake 9:15 a. m.
R. G. W. From the West. . 9:26 a. m.
R. G. W. From the East.. 11:55 a. m.
Salt Lake and Salina West 3:55 p. m.
Salt Lake and Salina East 4:15 p.m.
U. P. Mail from South 3 :37 p. m-
OFPICE HOURS.
The general deliyery, stamp and reg
istry windows open at 8 a. m., and
close at 5:30 p. m.
The money order window opens at 9
a. m., and closes at 4 p. m.
On Sundays and legal holidays the
general delivery and stamp windows
aie open from 11:30 m. to 12:30 p. m.
Mail pouches close thirty minutes
before the arrival of trains.
W. D, Robbrts,
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Harper's Weekly
In 1895.
HARPEIl'S WEEKLY is a pictorial history
of the times. It presents every important
event promptly, accuratoly, aud exhaustively
in illustration and descriptive toxt of the
highest order,
'Ihe manner in which, during 1891, it has
treated the Chicago Railway Stnko and tho
Uhina-Japaneso Vi av, and tho amount of light
tt was able to throw on Korea tho Instant at
tention -va3 directed to that little-known
countrv. are examples ot its most boundless
resources. Julian liAhvn, the distinguished
writer and correspondent, nas been sent to
the seat ol war. aud there joined by C. D,
Wklhon. tho well-known American artist
now for many years resident of Japan, who
tius tMJODw-ontrfitr&cl o ooil.orikt. with S.tr.
1UIPH lilftondlnjr to HAUl'Kii'S WiSEK-LiT
exclusivewifornintlon and illustration.
Duriujrftflo every vital question will bo dia
cussed witn wliror and without nrejudico in
tho editorial columns, and also In special ar
tides bv tho highest authorities in each de
partment. Portraits ot tho men and women
who are niakluff instory, and powerful and
caustic political cartoons, will contmuo to be
characteriatlo teatures. This liusy World,
with its keen and kindly comment on the
lessor doings of the day, will remain a regu
lar department.
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ials, both handsomely illustrated The Red
Cockade, a stirring romance of olden davs by
Sta"ley J-WEYiiAN,nnda novel of New York,
entitled The Son of Ills leather, by Brandeu
Mattuews oOTeral novelettes, and many
Bhort stones by populor writers.
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ESTHAY NOT10E. i navom my possession
tho following described animal impound
I ed as estray, or for trespass:
I Ono black heifer, 3 years old, branded
on right hip. yy
If damage and costs on said animul bo not
paid within 8 dnys from the date of this no
tice it will bo sold to thelhighest cash bidder
at Sprlngville estray pound at 2 o'clock p. m.
on the 3Uth day of September, 1S93,
Dated at honngville city, Dtah county,
territory of Utah, this 23rd day of September.
1685.
K. u. Bird,
PoundkeoDer of said City,
PHOilATENOTIUE--ln tho Probate Court
in and for Utah county, Territory of
Utah
In th3 matter of tbo estate of Maria JI.
Christensen, deceased
Order appointing time anil placo for settle
ment of flnal account and to hear petition
for distribution.
On reading aud filing: tho petition of Gerrgo
Paxman, administrator of the estato of
Maria M. Christensen, deceasea, sotting forth
that ho has filed bis final account ol his admin
istration upon said estato in this court, that all
tho debts, including taxes, hare boen fully
paid, and that a portion of said estate remains
to b& divided among the heirs of said de
coaged. ana praying amonjr other things for
an ordor allowing taid final account and of
distribution of tho residue of said estate
among tho pers ins enti led
It ia ordered that all persona interested in
the estato of tho i-aid Maria M Chrlstonsen.de
ceased, bo and appear before tho Probao
court ol tho coutitv of Utah, at tho court
room of said court, in the county courthouso
on the lOthdayof Octobor. 18'jj;atI0ociock
a. m. theti and tucro to show cause why an or
der allowinc said flnal account and ot distri
bution should not bomadc of tho residue of
said estate among ,tho heir? and devises of
tho said Maria H. Christensen, deceased, ac
cording to law
ltislurthor ordered that tho olork causo
notice to be posted in three public places In
Utah county and a copy of this order to bo
published in Tnn .Dispatch a nowspaper
printed and circulated in Utah county, three
weeks successively prior to said 19th day of
October, 1895.
WARUEN N. DUSENBEURY,
Probato Judge.
Dated September 20,1895.
Teiuiitoiiy op Dtah, lRS
County of Utah, f
1, E. L. Jones, Clerk or tho Probato court
In and for Utah-'county, Territorr of Utah,
hereby ceitify that tho foregoing m a full
true and correct copy of tho original order
appointing time and place lor settlement of
final account and to hrar petition for distribu
.tionof tho ostatolof Maria M. Christensen, de
ceased, and now on file and of record In my
ofllco.
Witness my hand and seal of said Probato
court at my oiliceln I'ravo city. this
(ssal) 0th day of Soptembor, A. D.-J&95.
E. L, JONES,
Clerkof the probate court, Utah opunty.Tjr.T,
E. J. WARD & SONS I
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PROFESSIONAL, CARDS.
qAHUEL A. KING.
Attorn ey-at" Law.
Collections Promptly Attended to.
O co First Mational Banfe Building. Prove
8 E. BOOTH,
ffiorney-ai-Law.
Office at 23 street,;
PKOVOCITY. - - UTAH.
AD. GASH,
Atorney-at-Law.
(Room 7, County Courthouse.)
PEOVOCITY, UTAH.
rv D. HOUTZ.
Attorney-At-Law.
Rooms 4 and 5 Eldredge Block.
Provo, - - Utah,
-rmJKMAN & WEDGWOOD,
Attorneys-at-Law.
Rooms land 3 First National B&nfiBnllalng
PROVO, - - - UTAH.
AARKER(& KNIGHT
Attorney and. Counselor
At Law
Rooms 13 & 14 Union Block. Provo Citv. Utah.
EA. WILSON
Attorney-at-law,
Booi3 5 and 7, Bank Building.
FrovoCity, - - - Utah
Q K.KING.
Attorney-at-Law.
Office over Swazey & Martln'B
Bank, opposite post office.
PROVO CIT1', - - UTAH.
M.M.KEIiLOQG. - E. E.CORFMAN
XELLOGG & CORFMAN
Attorneys-at-Law,
iiooml. Hinos Building-.
Provo City, - Utah,
DOBERT ANDERSON,
Mtorneu-at-Law,
Booms 4 and 5, Eldredgo Block.
PROVO CITY. - UTAH.
C E, DUDLEY,
Attorney-At-Law.
Office Room 9, First National Bank.
PROVO, UTAH.
h MCCURTAIN, M. D
Physician and Surgeon.
DlHco rooms, 3 and i, Hlnes Block, Provo
Juice hours, 0 to 12 a. m.,2 to 4 p.m.
Rosidence.ono block north of First ward meet
lug house, Itesidenco telophone.No. 4E, of
fice telephone No. -8.
LJAVERCAMP&CO. '
Abstracters of Titles.
Loans and Insurance.
Provo City, - - Utah.
-m B. SEARLE,
Civil Engineer,
Irrigation and Water Power Plans. Deputy
U. S. Mineral Surveyor. City
Surveyor of Provo.
OFFICE: IN CO URT HOUSE .
j-R.P.F.EEED,
Office over Pyne and Maiben'B Drug
Store, Provo. Utah.
fEO. SuIARTjM. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Office at Smart & Co's Drug Store-. r
PROVO. - - - UTAH
A NDREW ADAMSON,
COUNTY SURVJEYOJR.
U S.Deputy Mineial Survey
or and NOTARY PUBLIC.
American Pork, - - Utah.
r"R. G. H. KEYSOR
DENTAL SURGERY,
Rooms ever Smoot Drug store.
Will practice Dentistry m all its
branches,
Provo, Utah.
Q H. ALLEN, M. D. WANTED :A rellab'o. ac'ivo gentleman IH
W . or ladv to travel tor reliable established IHH
house. Salary J7S0. payable $15 weekly, and Rl
.Residence and office 6th street, monoy advanced for expenrrs Situntion fjH
Ono hiock east of Tabernacle ?! y'j Keej:ence8 Enclose self-addressed JH
who uioui taat oi .lauernacie. Ftampcd envelope. H. E. Hess. President, H
Chicago. kkkj
PROVO. - UTAH. ..
Ir0 Course by Maill KflHU UrfcHSWIar jB
rSlLE WITHTHE I OF fl
a Capital City i H
Commercial CoUed PaT & Wjptpr ffiillinPPir H
TO ADVERTISE OUR COLLEGE " ilJLtJJ JH-lilHiBl If
We will jrivo a thorough courso of ln- . , ...... H
struction in double and single entrjl At MRS W H F1AUIQ' iH
Book-keeping and Commercial Arlth-f HIIlO. !? H. UAViU y M
meMc by uiHJl. Free of Oharsre, to at . jH
limited number of persons. Ih i ml - . . H
courso will bo completed in forty les-l XnurSdaV Sfcttt 12. H
sons. No charge for "Diplomas, I J 9H
Address H
pAPiTAL poioeerciai. f The ,mo3t elegant dIaplayof Pattern M
Uity UoiiliEGKE. S Hats ever seen in royo. Styles Eh
P.O. drawer topeka,kas tha latest Prices the lowest. Sfl
WM.ORSER, President JOHN'JOaES, Superintendent MB
-MANUPACTUIiERb OF- H
HARNESS, BOOTS and SH0& H
-DEALERS IN PH
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FUBOTTURB, FAWO Y MOTIONS,
FABSONG IMELFMBNTS, H
ROLLER MILL FLOUR. GRAIN 9
The Good Things of Lifea fl
MAY ALL BE FOUND AT M
Maiben JBloolc, J Street, JProvo. B
None but tho Finest Goods Dealt in at B
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mm m m m m m mmjt smm m fl
Carpets,."" 9
Wall Paper
Universal Stoves and Ranges, - H
Crockery aod Lamps. H
at TAYLORBROa CO. H
S$r Time Table In Effect Aug. 18,1895. H
SOUTH. Subject to change with- j S
vrn r- out notice. JUitlI-
No.lPass'gr "u "uwo' No 2 PaBRir'T "
Ley's Daily STATIONS. aF.dSij H
i5.7$Sm BateLake Jj; P.- H
8:15 " LehiJunction . 330 iHil
8:18 ., Lelii 3.27
8:25 " American Fork 3-?o DlS
8:32 l( Pleasant Grove 3:13 ' HH
8:43 LafeeView 3;01 li 9EE
8:55 Provo 2.50 SHH
05 " SpringviUe 2:40 " JBB
Z'-1 ' Spaniaril'orS 2:32 " &
:iv ' Benjamin 2:26 IH
X:?t Payson 2:17 " BLH
9:44 Santaquin 2:07 " H
10:36. Nephi 1:25 OH
12:40p.m. Moroni 8:40 a,m HiH
1:23 " Ephraim 7:57 " 9IH
. l:4o llanti 7:30 ' - E
f-l' 11:15 a.m Juab 12.45 p.mLv. iVi
lv. H:35 a. m Juab 12:30 " Ar. filH
?rJ:J5 p'm" Milford It. 5:35; H
Iv. 7:50 p.m. iiimoru ar. 5:153 ES
Ar 9:40 p. m Frisco 4:00 a.m. Lv. HH
Trama South of Jnab run daily, ercept Sunday. HH
Trains Leare SaltLakefor Ogden daily at 7:GO a. rc.w:00 a.m.4.45 & 7 00 B3' IIV
Trains leave Ogdon for Salt Lake daily at 2:00a.m. 8:30a.m.3:00p.m.&6.20 pro H
Logan Train leaves Proyo at 2:50 p. m. arrive Logan 8:20 p. m. and 10;40 a. tr iiH
Service between Provo and Eureka, leave Provo 3:10 p. m, arrive Eore ilR
10:05 a.m, leave Eureka 12:45 p. m, and arrive Provo 8:55 a. m. jflHH
Trains for terminuB and Tooele ran daily except Sunday leaving Salt Lake BH
7:45 a. m. fH
Tiemember the Union Pacific is the bestl Ine for New Mexico and Arizona KvH
Before buying Thiouszh Tickets get oar figures. 24 bona to Denver, 36 hours flbl
to Omaha ,48 hours to Xansaa city and Chicago. ffl
Tor further infonnationasioratsiuasst, etc irrite to nr nearest Union PliH
Pacific iicke t agent. H
S. H, E. CLARK, I lH
OLIYEB W. XINK, WKsWM
E. ELLEBY ANDERSON. Eecelvera. H
JOFtf W. UOANE. ) HH
PH J)RICK B. OOODEBT H9
GEOW.CBAIG, Agt. Provo, atani" fB
" L. I.OM1J D t BUELSY, HH
Qeri'l Pass. && Tkt Agt. Ova?) Agt. ?,i?s.. Pspt,, HB

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