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H THE EVENING DISPATCH.
H John B. Milneh, Editor. IB LBntoredatthe I'oatofllcoatProvo, Utah, lor R transmission through tbe mails as second B matter.! IH The offlco of The EVENING DISPATCH IS mm ooatod half bloc, nortb of tho First National H Bank . Hi A.1 communications should be addressed to H THIS DISPATCH. Provo, Utah. HH Mr.'A. Y. Uobison is a regular solicitor and B ooilector for the Dallv and Somi-Woek.y H3 Dispatch. . His contracts and receipts will .jo H dulv respected by this offlco H J so. B. Milker H PEOVO CITY. OCT. 4. 1895 Hj For United States Senators, Hg JOSEPH L. RAWLINS, Salt Lake. AWM M0SE6 THATCHER, Cache. Bj For Governor, H JOHNT. CAINE Salt Lake. H Eur Congressman, H B, H. ROBERTS, Davis. H For Jadpea of tbe Supreme Court, Hj SAMUEL H. THURMAN, Utah. H THOMAS MALONEY, Weber, H RICH ARD W . YO UNG, Salt Lake, K For Secretary of State, H 'l'LSHER S. HARRIS, Salt Lake. mW For Attorney-General, Hj A. J. WEBER, of Weber. Hj For '.Treasurer. Hj ' ALMA GREENWOOD, Millard. flK For Auditor, mW GUY C. WILSON, Sanpete. H For Superintendent of Public Instruc- Hj KARL G. MAESER, of Utah. Hj For Judge Fourth Judicial District H E. A. WILSON. Proyo. H For State Senators (Seventh District, Hj Utah County.) j ABLE J. E VANS, Lehi. H M. M. WARNER. Provo. H For Representatives (Eleventh Die H' trict, Utah County.) H WM. M. ROYLANOE, Springville. H MARLNUS LARSEN, Spanish Fork. H HYRUM LEMMON, Payeon. H A. 0. SMOOT, Provo. H For County Superintendent of Public H Instruction. H D. H. CHRISTENSEN, Payeon, H TO OUR PATRONS. H r With this issue I again retire from Hj the editorial chair of The Dispatch J and deliver it to J. F. Gibbs for whom E I bespeak your kindly favor. B The management of the finances H of The Dispatch and editing of It is H more than I can possibly do to my own AVfl satisfaction. Mr. Gibbs relieves me VAV 'from part. I Bball retain the man- K agement and promise a paper that will H be more worthy of your patronage. H John B. Milker. H LAND RESERVATIONS. BV lowing: BH Wanted One of those campaign Y cards, issued by the democrats last hH year, asking, "who opened the reser- J vationB?" and answering -'Joseph L. Vi Rawlins." H We say to our neighbor that we are H proud of the labors of Joseph L. Baw- H Rub; of the democrats in congress, H and of the administration for what they H have done in relation to the opening of H the reservations, and if we can open H the eyes of our cotem. to the facts as n they exist we shall be proud of our own H labors, but we fear that is more diffi- H cult than the opening of the reaerva BAH Vfl Now what Mr. Rawlins did was this: Hj He got a uill through congress provid- AVJ "ing for a division of the land of the H Uncompaghre reservation between tbe K Indians and the United States accord- H ing to the treaty made between them BH and on that division being approved H by the secretary of the interior, that H tho part allotted to the United States m afeould become subject to entry as other BBJ public lanJ. The Uintah reservation BH -R-as in the "hands of the Indians and his Hj bill provided for tbe making of a treaty BB with them to determine bow much BBV land they Bbould ietain and set it off BB ' to them, and proceed as above set forth, H Health All Gone Hi Unequal to Family Duties-No B Appetite H Hood's SarsaparIHa Cavo Strength H and Courage to Work. H Twos in snob condition I could not walk BH rren about tho house to attend to honro- Mhold duties and eara lot my chil dren and family. I did not have tho strengthofachild. I was treated by my trouble Scrof ula and Fomsle Weakness. I could eat only a Bllceof bread and drink a cup of tea, three times a day. Some BB Sirs. John Haw times I could stand BB Orn, N. T. a soft boiled egg BB for dinner. I became reduced to skin and B bones; at last they had to draw me fl about the bouse seated in a rocking chair. BB I was is. a terrible state when my husband, H having noticed advertisements of Hood's Hoods Sarsa- H Sarsaparllla, orged tilfgkC BR npoa me to give it v' S H trlaL After taking &&&&&, P oao bottle I received sufficient benefit to B know that I had at last found the right BE medicine. I have now taken several bot- ties and am able to H Attend My Housework. BB In fact, I am on my feet about all day, and I can go np stairs easily. I cannot say enough. In praiBB of Hood's Sarsaparllla." H Mkb. Joror Hasb, Box 92, Oran, N. Y. H HrtnfJ'fi PiffcarotaEtelesstmllil,effeo- to add the United States portion to the public domain. Now Mr. Rawlins and his friends knew more about the horde of land grabbers, who ror vears past have bad their plans to sieze upon the most valuable of these lands (some of them worth hundieds ot dollars per aero) than our cotem. cares to publish; and he did something more. In ttte enabling act he eecured to Utah, grants of about eight millions of acres of land, which erants include b11 kinds of land, gold and silver bearing lands excepted; and to make these grants available, he got provisions in another bili passed which gives the "governor of the state of Utah when inaugurated and acting" Che right to call for tfe survey of unsur veyed land in Utah, and efter; survey the state authorities have the right to select any or all of it up to the extent of all the grants, and got title to it be fore any priyato person can make any entry of any of it," The democrats in our constitutional convention iried to ineert provisions in the constitution to take advantage ot this congressional law, but the re publicans, notably Heber M. Wells, would not have it, and it will have to be done by the lecislaturo unless we get a republican one. and if we do they will be likely to favor syndicates and monopolies, and let them get away with this immense boon, which ia worth millions upon millions of dol lars to the state, and will save one half to three-fourths of the necessary taxation of the people. A vote for Wells for governor and for republican legislators, means twice to three times as much taxes for all time to come in Utah. A vote for Caine for governor and for a democratic legislature means that the state.will get the land and sell agricultural land in Bmall quantities to men who will improye it. and sell coal, gilsonite and other valuable lands for a fair price to those who will develops them, to secure reservoir sites for the whole people, and in mauy other ways defeat speculators and bless the entire community. We urge upon voters to search for bottom facts, and do not be deluded into selling yourselyes and your child ren forever into financial slavery to gratify the gread of the parasites who are lying in wait and howling for an opportunity to fatten upon that which of right belongs to the whole people. How's This. We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be curtd bv Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J, CHENEY & CO., Props., To ledo, O. We the undersigned, have known F. J, Cheney for the laBt 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation made by their firm. West &Tbaux, Wholesale Druggiats, Toledo, O. -oaio irugglets, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intern ally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold by all drug gists. Testimonials free. WARD CONFERENCES. Will be Held In the "Various WardB of Che Utah Stake of ZIon as Follows: American Fork, October 13ch, meet ings at 10 a. m. and 2. p. m. Lehi, November 3rd, meetings at 10 a.m. and 2 p. m. Edward Pabtbidge, David John, Reed Smoot, Stake Presidency. A Timely Reminder. Each season forceB upon our consider ation its own peculiar perils to health. The advent of fall finds many reduced in strength and yigor, poorly prepared to continue tho business of life. The stomach and bowels, tho great highway of animal economy, is especially liable to disorder in the fall. The neryous system has aleoeufferedin the struggle. Typhoid fever and malaria in partic ular find in the fall that combination of eartb, air and water that mark this season as especially dangerous. The falling leaves, the decaying vegetables contribute their share of contamina tion. Hood's Sarsapaiilla furnishes a most valuable safeguard at these im portant points, and should bo used in the fall before serious sickness has laid you low. SUPERSTITIOUS RUSSIA. Ci Crncl Murder of a Woman Supposed to XJo tho "Cliclcra Dcril." Another form which the devil as iunes in Russia pretty often of late it that of the cholera, who, of course, la female. In tho district of Barnaul tbs ether day the peasants were determined to make short work it the "cunning one" in that odious role of his. Thej clubbed together and lay in wait On day they descried the spirit of evil oa Ms tvay to kill people with tho terribl? epidemic. He was riding in a tarantaa a sort of springleas cart covered with canvas disguised in the form of a fe male. The watchman refused to allow the tarantass to enter the village of Pras lonkha. The woman inside proteted, but had to turn back. Tho peasant as tembled, gave chase to tho tarantass, inrronnded it and called out to th "cholera devil" to disappear. The pot woman said she was human like them solves and could not vanish miraculous ly, but they shouted, prayed and closed around. A few ehotH were heard, fo) lowed by a piteous moan and then deafoningghont of triumph: "Pray to God, brothers, and thank him. W have killed the cholera. " The woman's name was Hondratioff. Her corpse was not allowed into the village. Louder Telegraph. Clinton, Missouri. Mr. A. L. Armstrong, an old drug gist, and a prominent citizen of this enterprising town, Bays; "I sell some forty different kinds of cough medi cines, but have never in my experience sold so much of any one article as I have of Ballard's Horehound Syrup. All who use it say it is the moat perfect remedy for Cough, Cold, Consumption, and ail diseases of the Throat and Lungs, they have ever tried." It Is a specific for Croup and Whooping Cough It will relieve a Cough in one minute. Contains no opiates. Sold by Smoot I Drug company, B..,iEmm.i'A'i.m.N ifr-T-rfflM n ! J.i r .' nag Reader, did you ever take Simmons Liver Regulator, the "King of LrvERMEDicmES?" 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 ia better than Pills. It does not gripe, nor weaken, but greatly refreshes and strengthens. Every package lias tlie Red S Stamp on the wrapper. J. H Seilin & Co., PMladeloiiia. Miss Charlotte JVI. Yongo reoeived, on her recent seventieth birthday, an album containing 3, 000 autographs of admir ers of her writings. Among them are those of the archbishop of York, tho marquis of Salisbury, 15 bishops and many others of eminence. The queen of Italy sent aa autograph note and a pho tograph of herseit A nwv wrinkle for the tea-table is to eake a small portion of strong tea, enough for brewing a cup, and do it up in a lit tle circular piece of sheeresl white or gandie, tying it tight and pinking the edges and then fluffing them out to con ceal '..ho fastening. One of these is drop ped into each teacup and the boiling water yonrsci over it The effect is ex tremely dainty as well as palatablo, ccd the tea is brewed with more ease than ia possible when tho tea ball is brough Into olay and oau ba sorved hott Quotation Blarks. "Quotation marks are not infrequent ly misused in signs, " said a stroller, "tho marks being placed about names, as, for instance, tho name of a place, or about somo descriptive phrase in a sign, though tho word or tho phrase may really not bo a quotation at all, but I am never surprised at any misuse of quotation marks, for I cannot forge a very singular idea concerning them that I had myself in my earlier days. 1 used to think that single quotation marks about anything meant that the words inclosed were sort of partly quot ed, more or less, whatever that maj mo:iu. Perhaps that isn't a very distinct statement, but I remember well that I was quite tickled when later I learned that quotation marks were not signs to be used at tho fancy of tho writer, but might properly bo used only to indicate ti quotations. " NewJEork Sun. Irony of rate. It was the irony of f ato that both Dr. Loomis, tho colobrated New York spe cialist in pulmonary diseases, and hif first wife should die of pneumonia. De Loomis was one of the first prominent New York physicians to send his pa tionts to the Adirondacks to try the cura tive properties of tho air there, and aearly 30 yoars ago he built a cottage of his own in the North Woods, then only half explored and boasting only one hotel where now thero rue scores. Now York Correspondent. Enifo Blades. Pocketknife blades aro very unevenly tempeied. Even in so called standard cutlery some blades aro hard and some are soft For the latter there is no rem edy, but the tomper ot hard blades Gaa easily be drawn slightly. Take a kitchen poker and heat'itredhot, have the blade Jhat is to bo drawn bright and hold it an tho poker for a moment. When the oolor runs down to violet blue, stick the blado into a piece of tallow or beef suet until co'd, Now York Ledger. 1 H S r?l 1 r M EP S Eacfly, Oulokly, Permanently Restore;. fe. "Woalc88, NorvDnsncss, ( (CV Mobility, and all tho train Vv&o ot evils from earlj 6rrors oi fgw-5 later oxoesses, the results oi w HJfr V overwoik, sickneaB. worry, vfy vs. etc. Full strcnatn, dovel- SfrY. - 1 I opnrintandtanoijtvento Ajfo?(L . AJ) every orRan and portion froJWM of tho body. Simple, nat- ih&Jlifvffl mi T,ra methods. Immedl- Iff filR 1 1 W'H ate Improvement seen. Failure impossible. 2,000 references. Book, npls.na.tion and proofs mailed (sealed) fraa, Wrc mmUl GO.. Buffalo. EU, PKOUATENOTlCE--ln the Probate Court in and for Utah county, Tcriitory of Utah In tha matter of tbo eetnto of Maria M. Christensen, deceased. Order appointing timo anil placo for settle ment of ilnal account and to hoar petition for distribution. On reading and filing tho petition of Gerrgo Paxinan. administrator ot tho estate ot .Maria ai.Cfor is teneen, deceasea, setting forth that ho has filed his final account ol his admin istration upon said estato in this court, that all tho debts, .including taxes, have been fully paid, and that a portion of said estate remains to b& divided among tho heirs ot said dc coascd, and praying itmonK other things for an order allowing said final account and of distribution of tho residuo of said estato among tho pers diis enti tied It ia ordered tha' all persons interested in tno ostaio oi uio f am juana m Ulirlmenfccn.dc ccased. ba and appear before tho Probaio court of lho county of Utah, at tho court room ot said court, in tho county courtnouso on tho l'Jtn day of October, lb03; at 10 o'clock a, m. then and thero to show causo why an or dor allouiuur said final account and ot distri bution sht ula not bo made of tho residuo of said eaimo among tho hcirp and devites of tho said Maria M. Christensen, deceased, ac pording to law It isiurtnor ordered that tno clerk causo notice to bo posted in three public places in Utah county und a copy of this order to bo published in The- Iusptch a newspaper printed and circulated in Utah county, three weeks successively prior to said 10th day of October. 1895. WA11REN N. DDSEN BERUV, I Probate Judge. Dated September 20,1803. I Tswitoky of Utah, i cd i CouNri-of Utah. fbs I 1, E. L. Jones, Clerk of tho Probate court I in and for Utah county, Territory of Utah, hereby ccitify that the foregoing is a lull truo and correct copy of tho original order appointing tltno and placo for settlement of final account and to hear petition for disiribu-' tionofthoestatelof Maria M. Christensen, de CPnsed, and now on file and of record In my ollice. Witness my hand and seal of said Probate court at my ollico in Provo city, this (SEAL) 26th day ot poplembor, A. D. 1805 E.L, JONES. ' Cierkof tboprobatecourt. 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Utah EA, WILSON Attorney-at-law, Rooms 5 and 7, Bank Building. Provo City, - - - Utah Q K.KING. Attorney-at-Law. Office over Swazey & Martin's Rank, opposite pose office. PROVO PIT Y, - - UTAH. I.M. KELLOGG. - E. E. CORFMAN pZELLOGG & CORFMAJf Attorneys-at-Law, Rooml, Hinos Building. Provo City, - Utah. QOBEET ANDERSON, flttorneu-aRaw, Rooms 4 and 5, Elirodgo Block. PROVO CITY. - UTAH. C E. DUDLEY, AttOrney-At-LaW.3 Office Room 9, First National Bank. PROVO, UTAH. A McGURTAIN, M. D Physician and Surgeon. Dfflco rooms, 3 and 4, Hines Blook, Provo Dffico hours, 3 to 12 a. m ., 2 to 4 p. m. Resldence.ono block north of First ward moot ing house Rasidenco telephone No. 4c, of fice telephone No- 23. LJAVERCAMP&CO, Abstracters of Titles. Loans and Insurance. Provo OUv, - - Utau. TYT B. SEARLE, Civil Engineer, Irrigation and Water Power Plans. Deputy D. S. Mineral Surveyor. City Survoyorof Provo. OPPICE: IN COURTHOUSE rR.P. P. REED, ZDEZLNTTISa:.. Office over Pyne and Maiben's Drug Store, Provp, Utah. QEO. SMART, M.D. Physician and Surgeon. Office at Smart & Co's Drug Store, PROVO, - - - UTAH A NDREW ADAM SON, COUNTY SURVEYOR. U S. Deputy Mineral Survey or and NOTARY PUBLIC. American Pork, - - Utah. PVR. G. H. KEYSOR DENTAL SURGERY, Rooms over Smoot Drug store, "Will practice Dentistry in all its branches, Provo, - Utah. Q H. ALLEN, M. D. Rosidonoo and ofOce 6th street, Ono block east of Tabornaolo, I PROVO. - - - UTAH. The Good Things of Life. I MAY ALL BE FOUND AT M JSlaiben Blook, J Street, Proyo. H None but the Finest Goods DealTin at H WM.OREER, Preslden - JOHN -JONES, Srrperintendent lH MANUFACTURERS OF j HhI HARNESS, BOOTS andSHOEg- j H DEALERS IN j HH flnyw,nSE.e, u!ut!iSi!nu i HlH FUHNITUKE, FANCY FOTIOHS H FABMING IMBLEMBNTS, Klj ROLLER MILL FLOUB, 6KBAXN- Sfl i3a B J W AU V y I nrr-n i-rrr i HBiHll M THE HIGHEST OF JILL HIGH GRADES,. gPlI Warranted superior to any Bicvcts built in the world.'re- ESSiil gardlesa of price. Do not be induce J to pav more money f&r !Sll an inferior wheel Insist on bnvintr the Waverly. Built and- HIHI guaranteed by the Indiana Bicyole Co., a million dollar con- HHHI cern, whose bond is as good as gold, HEISXhI 21 lb. SCORCHER, S85. 22 lb. LADIES"; 57o. , Kill Oatalogue.free.c Good agent wanted in every town. Hallll INDIANA BICYCLE CO., Mill Indianapolis. Ind., U. S.A. IKS! S Tinne Table in Effect Aug. 18,1895. 1 Bfl SOUTH. Subject to change with- NORTH IBSI No.liWgr out notice. No,2Pa8Bg; 111 Ley'a Daily STATIONS. Ar. DaTly. H $ tl-il-'111 SalfcLake y 4f'f p.'m Hi ul ijv..io Ar. 4:35-" b5 Ml 8:15 " LehlJunction 3 30 BK ifl 8:18 Lehi -3:27 ' R I 8:25 " AmericanFork 3:20 " Hr lm 8:32 Pleasant Grove 3:13 M&m M 8:43 Lake View 3;01 Hk4I 8:55 Provo -.... 2 50 " B l 2-? " SpringviUe 2:40 " , HE ifl &:M SpaniahPork 2:32 If : 9:2 " Benjamin 2:26 " BE 9:32 " Payson 2:17 ., 9:44 ' Santaquin 2:07 Si' V 10:35 Nephi 1:25 B: I2:40p.m. Moroni 8:40 a.ini K iH 1:23 Ephraim 7:57 ' ' . 1:45 " Manti 7:30 9B': iH at. 11-15 a. m juao 125 VmmTv i JBk Lv-H:35a.m Juab 13:30 fcA? I HI I fvr:77ioS: MUford . v 1 HP il Ar 9:40 p. m Frisco 4:00a.m. Lv. I Wf ' Trains South of Juab run daily, ercept Sunday. m f H TrainB Leaye Salt Lake for Ogden daily at 7 :&o a. n. :00 a.m.4 45 & 7 on 'nm H IHI ;H Trains leave Ogden for Salt Lake daily at 2:00a.m. 8 :30a.ra.3:0OD m & 620 nm M Ml !H Logan Train loaves Provo at 2:50 p. nu arrive Logan 8:20 p. m. and 10 -40 a rr I HI H Service ootween Provo and Eureka, leave Provo 3:10 p. m, arrive En7a "I Si 10:05 a. m, leave Eureka 12:45 p. m, and arriye Provo 8:55 a. m ' ' " Bf-' Trains for terminus and Tooele ran daily except Sunday leavine Salt LaW Wm iH 7:45 a. m, ,K sg HEi H Remember the Union Pacific is the bestl lne for :New Mexico and Arizona fit Hi H Before buyrng Turough Tickets get oar iigure3. 24 hous to Denver, 36 hours- M Hi H to Omaha ,48 hours to Kansas city and Chicago. m.wuoun. g ama& H t. lhx taonnaaonaatoratsH1ttapa, etc, writa to Jyour nearest Unior, K 8R :H Pacific ticket agent. "- && WSa M S. H, H. CLARK, I X- fil : OLIVER W. MINK, 1 E.ELLERT ANDERSON. 1 Receivers. 4 HI jof-n w. doane. ) mm ( PH jORICK R. OOUDERT I ' HB B. L. LOMAX, D. E. BUBL2JY, JUV0ucaD- H,' H Gaa'I Pass, and Tkt Agt. Gen'J Agt. Pass. Dept, W&' H M, BI513KEOg.S3nl.HRSse5r, 1301, r H mm H mm mm tfH