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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening dispatch. — 15 November 1894

I r THE EVENING DISPATCH bUN L BAETOTV Editor and Prop t Enteted at the Post oaice at Provo Utab for ransmission through the mails as seconp matter The office 01 THE EVENING DISPATCH is ocated half bloc norta of the First National Bank Al communicationa should bo addressed to THIS DISPATCH Provo Utah NOTICE Mr E S Cowov is a regular solicitor IUd collector for the Daily and SemiWeeky DJSPATCHI JHis contracts and receipts will je respected by this office officeUNO UNO t BABTOW NOT1UK 10 oraer from this office will be recognize settlement unless signed by JOHN BAIITOTV PROVO CITY NOV 15 189 I SILVER THE NEXT ISSUE The most narrow minded and pre judiced partisan republican can Hardly deny that the Wilson bill as it stands today has proved itself to b3 a great relief to the people The reviving business outlook all over the country is sufficient lo prove this The main manufacturing companies are all ac tiveand slowly butTburely the incubus is lifting and returning prosperity is infusing ...

Publication Title: Evening Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening dispatch. — 15 November 1894

r r ENCOURAGING SIGNS iie Relate to tho Business Outlook BEA Are Seen by the Coal Barons At the Fifth Avenue hotel yesterday said at the HamburgAmerican dock in Hoboken there was a large gathering of Leisenrings Kemmerers Wentzes Eighters and other coal barons of the Lehigh valley to say goodby to Mr E B Leisenring president of the Lehigh Coal Navigation company whoso fail ing health has at length caused him to Jay down the immediate supervision of bis vast business interests and go to Eu rope for recuperation and recreation Talkingwith these coal barons I was much interested to find that they are taking a very hopeful view of the busi ness situation and that quite apart from tho fact that the great anthracite coal industry in which they are more special ly interested has had more than its share of prosperity during the long sea son when the bituminons coal regions all over the country were blighted by a strike of most comprehensive propor tions Mr M S Kemmerer said that the most en...

Publication Title: Evening Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening dispatch. — 15 November 1894

< > r T J = = warded Highest Honors Worlds Fair Jd D PRICES f < nt31U BakinQ t r n Powdei e only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder No Ammonia No Aium Tsed in Millions of Homes AO Year the Standard HE I EVENING DISPATCH I PROVO CiTY NOV 15 1894 Miss UUTH ELDREDGE of Salt Lake city has consented to give a rec oil in elocution and Delsarte expressions be fore the students of the academy to morrow Friday evening commencing at 730 The president of the Luorary society takes pleasure in extending an invitation to the people of Provo Tee Eldredge occupies rooms in the JD olev block Salt Lake city where she gives lessons in this fine art An effort is being made we understand to have her open a class in Provo for teachers and others who have given some attention already to the subject Mrs Irvine Bosbard Pyae Brothers and Prof Giles have kindly consented to appear on the program tomorrow night LAST evening Court Utah A 0 F i of A met in regular session and initi ated two candiaates and acte...

Publication Title: Evening Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening dispatch. — 16 November 1894

t1nivcltlt of Otth r < < < T H EE V E N I N G D I B PAT CHI N 299Vol 3 PROVO CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOVEMBER 181894 PRICE FIVE CENTS A COPY k O IMOOT SUCCESSOR TO Provo Ll Manufacturin fi liiCd Wholesale and Retail Dealer In LUMBERrDOORS WINDOWS BLINDS AND MOULDINGS RUSTIC SIDING TONGUED GROOVED FLOR ING LATH SHINGLES PAINTS do BUILDERS MA TBBIALS HARDWARE UTAH ALLEY IRON PAINT LUMBER SAWED AND DRESSED TO ORDER I SCROLL SAWING AND TURNING DONE COMBINATION WIRE AND SLAT FENCE We are the only House in town rying the UTAH VALLEY IRON PAINT A CAR LOAD OF FRUIT BOXES CHEAP A O SMOOT Jr Manager Office and Yard opposite R R Depot Telephone No 20 PO Box No 79 HOWE < fv TAFT i Wholesale Grocers The Merchants of Southern Utah Especially those of Utah Co will find it to their Advantage to Trade with HOWE aTAFT WHOLESALE GROCERS Pr voa Utah I WEWANT I 20000 BUSHELS OF I i ij i j POTATOES < For Which we will pay HALF CASH and HALF MERCHANDISE I AT THE PROVO COOP I A SINGLETON Superinten...

Publication Title: Evening Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening dispatch. — 16 November 1894

THE EVENING DISPATCH OIIN L BABTOW Editor and Prop Utahrror I t I Entered the roBtolHee at Provo Utah lor ranamission rough the mails as seeonp matter The office oi THE EVENING DISPATCH is seated ball bloCL north ot the First National Bank A1 communications suould be addreseod to TQK DISPATCH Provo Utah NOTICE ilr E S UcTVey is a regular solicitor and collector for the Daily and SemiVrooky DiSFATCH1 HIs ccutmcts tlnd receipt will ac ulviespected by this officeUNO UNO t BAJRTOW NOTiON Noortier from this office will be recognize lu settlement unless eipnotiby JoaN L BAHTOW PROVO CITY NOV 17 1894 KONPAliTISAN SCHOOLS In about three weeks the citizens of Provo will have to choose five school trustees and we do sincerely hope it will not be done upon a partisan basis If it is possible to keep politicE out of any thing earthly it sHould be kept out I of our schools It seems to be utterly impossible to keep the churches out of politics bat in the matter of edu cation it can ba done if all ...

Publication Title: Evening Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening dispatch. — 16 November 1894

I MAKE YOUR OWN SNOW I Its Curioue Formation In thtl Full Rap of a July San Two solid bodies one yellow sulphur the other black carbon unite under cer tain circumstances to form a colorless liquid called sulphide of carbon which must be handled with much precaution on account of its great explosive prop erty The soluble property of sulphide of carbon renders it valuable to take spots off of garments If its odor is more disagreeable than that of benzine or turpentine it has at least the advan tage of being dispelled quickly conse quence of the prompt evaporation of the liquid There is nothing equal to it to take off spots of paint on clothes It does not do it however without creat ing great fear in persons who use it for the first time for they see on the very place where to their great pleasure the paint had disappeared a largo white spot the nature of which is hard for them to define and the more they brush the more unsightly and the larger that white spot grows Is then the garment...

Publication Title: Evening Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening dispatch. — 16 November 1894

MAKE YOUR OWN SNOW Its CurJoni Formation In tlie Full Rays of a July San Two solid bodies one yellow Etdpnur the other black carbon unite under cer tain circumstances to form a colorless liquid called sulphide of carbon which must be handled with much precaution on account of its great explosive prop erty The soluble property of sulphide of carbon renders it valuable to take spots off of garments If its odor is more disagreeable than that of benzino or turpentine it has at least the advan tage of being dispelled quickly couse quence of the prompt evaporation of the liquid There is nothing equal to it to take off spots of paint on clothes It does not do i4 however without creat ing great fear in persons who use it for the first time for they see on the very place where to their great pleasure the paint had disappeared a large white spot the nature of which is hard for them to define and the more they brush the more unsightly and the larger that white spot grows Is then the garment lo...

Publication Title: Evening Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening dispatch. — 16 November 1894

Awarded Highest Honors Worlds Fair lli BAIINfi POOl9 MOST PERFECT MADE A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Free from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD IrIE EVENING DISPATCH PROVO CITY NOV 101894 THE grand ball to be given in the Southworth building this evening by the Ladies Democratic club will be a most enjoyable and succesful affair Better go VICTOR DE CUAJI of Huntington sends THE DISPATCH authentic election returns from Carbon and Emery coun ties more ban emphasizes what has been heretofore set forth in these col umns that all three of the democratic delegates to theConstitutional conven tion are elected Ilpbettsons majority is 44 Sharps majority over his repub lican brother is 36 Howards majority is 27 THE entertainment at tho academy this evening will be a Qrstclass affair and it is free 4 TDK damage case Cook ys Bullion Beck v Champion Mining company oc cupied all of the time of the First Dis trict court yesterday afternoon and this forenoon it was a...

Publication Title: Evening Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening dispatch. — 19 November 1894

I THEVENJNG f I 1 i r D1SPATtHR I Z 3 PROVO CITY UTAH MONDAY NOVEMBER 19 1894 r PRICE FIVE CENTS A COPY No 301Vol AO SUCCESSOR < Provo Lnmbar ManufactUring rBuilm 1 Cu Wholesale and Retail Deaer In LUMBER DOORS WINDOWS BLINDS AND MOULDINGS RUSTIC SIDING TONGUED GROOVED FLOR ING LATH SHINGLES PAINTS BUILDERS MA TBRIALS HARDWARE UTAH VALLEY IRON PAINT LUMBER SAWED AND DRESSED TO ORDER SCROLL SAWING AND TURNING DONE COMBINATION WIRE AND SLAT FENCE We are the only House in town j rying the UTAH VALLEY IRON PAINT A CAR LOAD OF FRUIT BOXES CHEA D A Oo SOOT Jr Manager Office and Yard opposite R R Depot No 20 P O Box No 79 Telephone HOWE TAFT WhIt I I 8 G rOGll II tk The Merchants of Southern Utah specialv those of Utah Co will find it to their Advantage to Trade with HOWE a AfT WHOLESALE GROCERS Pr vo Utah I WE WANT > OOOO BUSHELS OE I I LOTATflHE For Which we will pay t I HALF CASH I < > > 9Jnd HALF rw1ERCHANDISE S AT THE c PROVO COaOP S SINGLETON Superintendent FUN UP IN I...

Publication Title: Evening Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening dispatch. — 19 November 1894

If 1 JFS 1 r I it THE EVENING DISPATCH ion L BARTOW Editor and Prop IKntored at the Postoifice at Prove Utah for rknsmisslon through the mails as seconp f mattorl The onco ot THE EVENING DISPATCH is ocated half bloct north ol the First National Bank I communications should be addressed to THE DISPATCH Provo Utah NOTICE Mr B S Uowey IB a regular solicitor and collector for the Daily and SemlWeetiy DJBPATCH lIDs contracts and receipts will 50 dLlv reepected bythis officefso fso j BAHTOYT NOTICB No order from tbisoffice will be recognize In settlement unless signed by JOHNli BUITOW 11 PROVO CITY NOV 191894 REVIVING BUSINESS Business all over the country is re viving The fact ia a more satisfac b tory state of things exists now than at any time within the last four yeara It SB laughable to note that the repub I licans claim the improvement is a re turning confidence founded in the late republican SUCC3SS But men who are living with their eyes open have seen the commencement of the impro...

Publication Title: Evening Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening dispatch. — 19 November 1894

QUESTOf r iIJifktY I I by a Etch Chicago thoughts Brought i Inns I pcrlence nas Heccn Somo days ago pcli nan became I mk and was tak troublesome throu en to the Washing fan home a place ilren detained in n men are Chicago where tained until sobris alms them The rich man found a to communicate with his lawyer b Before legal actica could be take looking to his rel his relatives applie it the home ana he was restored to eir custody He has since leedcm enjoyed I It is all bat some day avery a over n < Istion relative to very interesting that stitution will de quasi public maud efinito answer I a prompt anc What right has 10 Washingtonian home to drunk or sober receive rt from their friends others and deprive them for i a day or an hour a month c officials and attendants of their pre o liberty 1 ie tendants there ca10C0W0 one man brought there by hi friends may they receive another not by the same ri Ii brought V j es zr any institution in the city may without judicial commitment rest...

Publication Title: Evening Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening dispatch. — 19 November 1894

Awarded I Highest Honors Worlds Fair DR i I Jlt BAKlNfi PGUII MOST PERFECT MADE A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Free from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD IrlE L EVENING DISPATCH PROVO CITY NOV 19 1894 JUDGE KING came down from Ggden < on Saturday evening His good wife returned north with him last evening SULLY in ONeil Washington D 0 is a great attraction At the opera house on Thursday night of this weak THE two drum corps come together on Friday ght of this week and give a grand dance in the Southworth hall THE city council meets this evening i to appoint delegates to the tran3Mie issippi Commercial congress to b3 held in St Louis on November 26th Judge Jones Mayor Holbrok and M M Kellogg it is said will attend from here as well as representatives ap I J pointei by the council the county court and other bodies entitled to re presentation ALMA HAGUE came up from Nephi last evening He is here on a mining deal the consummation of which will give him a...

Publication Title: Evening Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening dispatch. — 20 November 1894

Vial v 3 rt7 d Uflf I k ° THE EVENING I I B PAT CHINO PROVO CITY UTAH TUESDAY NOVEMBER 20 1894 PRICE FIVE CENTS A COPY t No 302Vol 3 A1 o M SMO1 SUCCESSOR TO Provo Lumbar Manufacturin lluiiCi Wholesale and Retail Dealer in LUMBER DOORS WINDOWS BLINDS AND MOULDINGS r RUSTIC SIDING TONGUED GROOVED FLOR ING LATH SHINGLES PAINTS Bs BUILDERS MA TERIALR HARDWARE UTAH ALLEY IRON PAINT LUMBER SAWED AND DRESSED TO ORDER SCROLL SAWING AND TURNING DONE COMBINATION WIRE AND SLAT FENCE House in town rying the We are the only UTAH VALLEY IRON PAINT A CAR LOAD OF FRUIT BOXES CHEA AwOSMOO 5 Jr Manager Office and Yard opposite R R Depot Telephone No 20 P O Box NO 79 HOWE TAFT Wholesale Grocersl The Merchants of Southern Utah Especially those of Utah Co wiil find it to their Advantage to Trade with HOWE J TAFT 9 WHOLESALE GROCERS Pr vo Utah WE WANT 20000 r > BUSHELS POIAJQES For Which we will pay lHALF CASH Yi i and i f t F HALF MERCHANDISE AT THE PROVO COUP I A SINGLETON Superintendent PRESTS MES...

Publication Title: Evening Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening dispatch. — 20 November 1894

1 1 ItIIi THE EVENING DISPATCH loaN L BARTOW Editor and Prop Entered at the jpostolBco at Provo Utah for ransmission through the mails as seconp matter The office 01 THE EVENING DISPATCH 18 ocated half bloc north of the First National Bank I Al communications should be addressed to THE DISPATCH Provo Utah NOTICE Mr E S Oowey is a regular solicitor and collector for the Daily and SemiWeekly DiSPATCH3 His contracts and receipts will so dulv respected by this office officeUNO UNO 1 BAIITOW NOTICE t No order from this office will be recognize In settlement unless signed by JOHN L BAR70W PROVO CITY NOV 20 189 IN DEFEAT Some men are greater in defeat than others are in victory When red lights are burning cannons are booming rockets glittering in the sky enthusi astic hosts are cheering and sweet musics voluptuous swell fills the air and the ladies smiling it is i an easy task to play the hero A few well i chOEf words a wave of the hand are all that is neccessary to satisfy the crowds when...

Publication Title: Evening Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening dispatch. — 20 November 1894

I j il L A MYSTERY S fED I ONLY A STRAW IN TH THWAY OF THE AVALAfr toss of the Joe Halncs Parti 1 iaTt Jsrs Men Ninety Horses an flea With 830000 Worth of Gooclt Jbd Out OD the Xcxv Xtouto Ovex the talus The route was from i fille along the right bank of the Y river over the Sierra Nevada moun i and down to Washoe City and Goffill I a haul J of nearly 200 miles Exd in the dead of winter there were ajrs freighters going and coming Thead been talk of a cutoff route over tbjionntains route which would savI any miles of heavyJjaxiig and of unlading and re F Jading the great wps but the y A gightors still stuck tithe old trail rveXT mile of it was roqh and rugged a = aauy miles of it dagerous to man and rse as well as vePiej but there might0 more danger irfcho new route In k spring of 1863fvord was sent out thrcaptajn Joe Hines was load I ing hi 14 wagons for 10 Gold Hill country would be thirst to try the cutoff me men sagy shook their heads ant recallEd the stories of emi grants losn t...

Publication Title: Evening Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening dispatch. — 20 November 1894

i a I l a Planting the Standard All hail Columbus Behold the great navigator as he lands The perils of the deep are past The clouds of fear have vanished The night of gloom has ended F In the heavens the sun of success shines resplendent Morning has dawned Imperiously the banner of > s r d ° haughty Spain greets the day t light Upon its fluttering folds are inscribed the destinies of a r new world Its gleaming surface marks a long advancein the evo lution of the human race It tells a story of prophecy unpar alleled of developement unap m taunwrrtcm = i proached in the fullness of recorded IICIt Cf > O nao corded time It crowns with triumph the efforts of genius The Worlds Fair contained no finer statue of the great discoverer than this colossal figure It commanded from its pedestal the eastern entrance to the Administration build ing The majesty of its dimensions the vigor and aggres siveness of its expression and the artistic finish of its com position made it admired as a ge...

Publication Title: Evening Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening dispatch. — 21 November 1894

T UnilOte1tJ of Vta1 But as a Eeportc ME WqS a A AI1 JiJ E v E N I N G < DI B PAT CHI i i 303101 PROVO CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 2J 1894 No 303Vol 3 PRICE FIVE CENTS A COPY A o SUCCESSOR TO Provo Lumbar Manll1actnrinn ihiiithi1o1 I Wholesale and Retail Dealer In i LUMBER DOORS WINDOWS BLINDS AND MOULDINGS RUSTIC SIDING TONGUEDn GROOVED FLOR IN LATH SHINGLES PAINTS K BUILDERS MATERIALS TERIALS HARDWARE UTAH VALLEY IRON PAINT LUMBER SAWED AND DRESSED TO ORDER SCROLL SAWING AND TURNING DONE COMBINATION WIRE AND SLAT FENCE We are the only House in town tying the UTAH VALLEY IRON PAiNT A OAR LOAD OF FRUIT BOXES CHE A O e SMOOT Jr Manager Office and Yard opposite R R Depot P O Box No 79 Telephone No 20 HOWE TAFT T Wholesale Grncars tInly p v The 1 Merchants of Southern Utah Especially those of Utah Go will find It to ttheir Advantage to Trade with HOWE 7 r TAfT WHOLESALE GROCERS Pr vo Utah WE WANT a 20000 i BUSHELS OF POTATOES For Which we will pay HALF CASH and HALF MERCHANDISE AT ...

Publication Title: Evening Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening dispatch. — 21 November 1894

1 THE EVENING DISPATCH IOHN L BARTOW Editor and Prop Enterodat the postoffice at Provo Utab for ransmlsslon through the mails as BOCOp mattor1 Tho OiUco 01 THE EVBKIBO DISPATCH is ocated half bloc north ot the First National Bank Al communications should be addressed to TilE OTSPATCK Provo tttali NOTICE Mr B S OoTVey is a regular solicitor and collector for the Daily and SemiWceky DISPATCU His contracts and receipts will e i4lv I respected by this office officeUNO UNO a BAKTOW NOT1U15 No order from tMs office will be recognize In settlement unless signed by JOUNL BARrOw r PBOOCITY NOV 2 11891 THE SOUTH AND SILVKK Silve is all in all to the west WHi silver monet zed she becomes at once one or ie richest and most prosperous sec oLi o f this vast country With reo mon za ion accomplished upon an endi ng r an and the fear of par tisau > ton szain putting it to hazard fully dis < upa WC the advance in values would be 101 nous all over the land but be e ui h vest the advance would si...

Publication Title: Evening Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening dispatch. — 21 November 1894

4 HE WAS A DAISY But as a Reporter He Made an Awful Blun der on a Big Scoop As funny a thing as I ever knew of i in the newspaper business said the re I formed reporter was the way Sandy McLean gave the Chicago Tribune a 0 scoop Now Sandy to my way of think ing is the best reporter in Chicago Ho was a lawyer once and a mighty good one but he saw that the law had no such opportunities as the newspaper business and he came to Chicago from the Iowa town where he was practicing and began work on one of e the big dailies Ho hadnt been there a week be fore the managing editor realized that he had a star and Sandy was given ev ery opportunity to make himself a name Ho made it too He was put on big story after big story and beat every oth er reporter in the city After a time he got to The Tribune and kept up his bril liant work He was with The Tribune for a long time The Herald and other papers wanted him bnt Sandy stuck to The Tribune He got a bit free andgay but the old man put up with hi...

Publication Title: Evening Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening dispatch. — 21 November 1894

1 Awarded Highest Honors Worlds Fair DR i1CEJ CREAM T BAI INfi PODID MOST PERFECT MADE A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Free from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD LgE EVENING D DISPATCH PROVO CITY NOV 211894 REED SMOOT and Judge Dusenhery of this city and Jamea Chipman of American Fork it is said will join the delegation from Utah county to St Louis as wall as the otier gentlemen whose names have heretofore been published Many others from the other cities of the county will also join PIt WOODRIN is up trom Mt Pleasant IT was only a few people who went out last night to see Uncle Toms Cabin That old play has been pro duced here many limes it was some times played well it was sometimes played poorlynever more poorly than last evening JOE CAINE son of John T Caine is down from Salt Lake today SOME good grading that has long been needed is now being done by the city officers on Centre and J streets special session of the county court is was held today JOHN W...

Publication Title: Evening Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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