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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening dispatch. — 25 June 1894

UnlY r lty of Vh iC THE EVENING DISPATCH1 I I Nol78Vol PROVO CITY UTAH MONDAY JUNE 25 1894 PRICE FIVE CENTS A COPY WHAT IS GOING ON TODAY J AT THE COOP 0 THE WONDERFUL SALE OF Groceries Dry Goods Boots Shoes and Clothing If any Proofs are needed surely the number of patrons we are pleasing with These Goods is Abundant iT IS ONLY BY SELLINC COOD GOODS AT REASONABLE PRICE THAT 1 IT IS POSSIBLE TO CAIN AND RETAIN THE CONFIDENCE AND TRADE OF THE PUBLIC oo PROVO Cooporativo Institution A SINGLETON Mgr GOLD GOLD GOLD Our Correspondent is in The New Bonanza Land RICH BEYOND MEASURE Hundreds of Locations Have Already Been Hado and New Town Hillsdalo1 IB Being Laid OutUintah County tc the Fore With Gaeat Bier Strides VERNAL Uintah County Utah June 221894 Correspondence DISPATCH Great excitement prevails here at present Everything is good The people think of gold dream of gold and from their talk breath gold A BONANZA LAND The excitement is not entirely un warranted for the prospects surely j...

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. — 25 June 1894

T THE EVENING DISPATCH IOHN L BAUTOW Editor and Prop Entered the Postolllce at Provo Utah for ransmlBBlon through the malls as second class matter Tho office ot THE EVENING DISPATCH is ocatod half block north of the First National Bank Al communications should bo addressed to THE DISPATCH Provo Utah NOTICE Mr E S Uowoy is a regular solicitor and collector for the Dally and SemiWeekly DISPATCH file contracts and receipts will be dUv respected by this office officeJKO JKO I BAUTOW NOTICE No order from this office will be recognized In settlement unless signed by JOHN BAIITOW PROVO CITY JUNE 25 1894 A FREE AND VIGOROUS DEMO CRATIC STATE The last paragraph of the most hap pily conceived democratic address is sued on Saturday June 16th by the democratic state convention of Utah reads as follows We confidently appeal to the citizens of Utah to stand by and support the party of the constitution and the peo ple from which alone political redem tion can come to this territory and per manent ...

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. — 25 June 1894

DEMOCRATIC ADDRESS To tho People of Utah Delivered at Salt Lake City en Saturday June ICth by the Territorial Democratic Convention Resolved That as the convention was not called to make nominations or formulate a platform or principles the I following be adopted as the sentiments of the convention to be presented in the form of an address to the people of Utah We the democrats of Utah in con vention assembled hereby declare our devotion to the time honored principles of the democratic party as enunciated in the national platforms and imbed ded in the harts of its members We arc emphatically in favor of equal rights to all and special privil eges to none of the greatest possible liberty to every individual compatible with the pubic welfare of the ad van ce ment and support of home industries of the maintenance of local eolfyovern ment to the fullest rightful extent and of a strict construction of the na tional constitution We are in favor of such reform of the tariff as is consisten...

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. — 25 June 1894

1 Wr 11 J 1t Awarded Highest Honors Worlds Fair f HpROf sri i nt eaBaking utPowder The only Pure Cream of Tartar PowderNo Ammonia No Alum Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard LriE l EVENING DISPATCH I I PROVO CITY JUNE 25 1894 TRAINS TO THE LAKE WEDNESDAY 7pm 830 pm DANCLSG FREE Bathing and Boating FREE lunch at the Eureka saloon every day SAMUEL ROGERS Tom Caldwell and two or three men to work went out from Provo this morning to the Enoch Davis mine They took with them two teams a portable forge and other min ing implements PERHAPS the eleppy Enquirer which brags and boasts and would make be lieve It is a newspaper will learn after a while that some rich gold ore strikes have been made in Uintah county and that a new town that will throw LeadvIlle in the shade is i being built All the other papers in the territory have found it out and have been writ ing about it for weeks but never a word has appeared yet in the Enquirer THE DISPATCH was the first paper in L the territo...

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. — 26 June 1894

F UnlntlUl of UtAh > i THE V E N I N G DISPATH1t I I t r i Nol72Voi PROVO CITY UTAH FRIDAY JUNE 264 1891 PRICE FIVE CENTS A COPY WHAT IS GOING G Old TODAY T AT THE COOE 0 THE WONDERFUL SALE OF Groceries Dry Goods Boots Shoes and Clothing If any Proofs are needed surely the number of patrons we are pleasing with These Goods is Abundant IT IS ONLY BY SELLING GOOD GOODS AT REASONABLE PRICES THAT IT ES POSSIBLE TO GAIN AND RETAIN THE CONFIDENCE AND TRADE OF THE PUBLIC 00 PROVO Cooperative o lnsfitution A SINGLETON Mgr SMITHS FOLLY His Men Are Now b I on the Deseret GREAT FIRE IN LONDON It Could be Seen From All Parts of the Big City XiOBB Over a Million Dollars Vagrant Kelly is arrested as a Common rant and Put Under Bonds GBAKD JUNCTION Colo June 21 A few industrials members of the Smith army straggled in here today They report about 150 of their com rades at the point of starvation and death scattered along the deseret be tween here and Salt Lake The Rio Grande railway will not car...

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. — 26 June 1894

THE EVENING DISPATCH IOHN L BARTOW Editor and Prop l I Entered at the Postofllce at Provo Utnh for ransmisBion through the malls as second class matter The office ot THE EVENINO DISPATCH is ocatod half block north of the First National Bank Al communications Should be addressed to THE DISPATCH Provo Utah NOTICE Mr E S Uowoy is a regular solicitor and collector for the Daily and SemiWeekly JSPATCH His contracts and receipts will be nn1cd by this office th lv reb officeJNO JNO i BARTOW NOTICE No order from this office will be recognized in settlement unless signed by JOHN BARTOW PROVO CITY JUNE 221894 THE PEOPLE OF UTAH One of the graceful acts of the terri torial convention was its hearty en dorsement of Hon Joe L Jlawlins our able representative in congress in these words We endorse the official acts of our delegate in congress lion J L Raw lins and offer his able and successful services as evidence of democratic en ergy and fidelity to the interests of the people of Utah Never was ...

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. — 26 June 1894

mr l 1t 1I 1 I 1l t l DEMOCRATIC ADDKESS f I To the People of Utah Delivered at Salt Like City on Saturday June 16th by I the Territorial Democratic Convention Resolved That as the convention was I not called to make nominations or formulate a platform ot principles the following be adopted us the sentiments 1 of the convention to be presented in the form ol an address to the people of I Utah Utahe We the democrats of Utah in con vention assembled hereby declare our devotion to the time honored principles of the democratic party as enunciated in the national platforms and imbed ded in the harts of its members We are emphatically in favor of equal rights to all and special privil e1es to none of thecreatest possible liberty 1 to every individual compatible with the public welfare of the advance ment and support of home industries of the maintenance of local selfgovern ment to the fallest rightful extent and of a strict construction of the na tional constitution We are in favor of suc...

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. — 26 June 1894

Y Awarded Highest Honors Worlds Fair I DPmrEs aeam Baking L1Powder The only Pure Cream of Tartar PowderNo Ammonia No Alum Gsed > in Millions of Homes AO Years the Standard HE I EVENING DISPATCH I P ROVO CITY JUNE 221894 TRAINS TO THE LAKE will leave the Cosmopolitan Corner Saturday 6 p in 8 p m 920 p m Returning 630 8301130 p m Sunday t 4 p m and 630 p m FREE BALL Eyery Wednesday and Saturday Afternoon Concert Sunday THE Sells Rentfrow circus drew another large crowd out last eyening The performance was eminently satis factory A better 50cent show never came west MORE rain and altogether unseason ably cold weather for June THIS weather is food for the growing crops but bad for the lucerne hay crop JNO G LUTTON of LeRoy N Y a prominent grocer and G A R man Bays I have been troubled with in digestion and biliousness for years Tried Parks Tea and it has cured me 1 recommend it to everybody Sold by Smoot Drug company ALREADY are the school teachers be ginning to gather in Provo for t...

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. — 27 June 1894

UnlvenUf 01 Uth > T I E EYENINffDISPATCH1 I NoI80Vol 3 PROVO CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY JUNE 27 i894 PRICE FIVE CENTS A COPY WHAT IS GOING ON TODAY AT THE COOP 0 THE WONDERFUL SALE OF I Groceries Dry Goods Boots Shoes and Clothing If any Proofs are needed surely I the number of patrons we are pleasing with These Goods is Abundant IT SS ONLY BY SELLING GOOD COODS AT REASONABLE PRICES THAT IT IS POSSIBLE TO CAIN AND RETAIN THE CONFIDENCE AND TRADE OF THE PUBLIC oo PROVO Cooperative Institution SINGLETON Mgr u = = ENGLISH INCONSISTENCY the Support Given Miss Wells antI the ills siouary Ships Regulations Miss Wells the colored agitator from Tennessee is meeting with some success in her misslca to induce England to point the finger of scorn at America on ac count of the treatment of tho negroes This is the of all of I season manner annu al meetings of missionary religious and philanthropic societies and all of them are asked to pass scorching resolutions condemning negro lynching and color d...

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. — 27 June 1894

THE EVENING DISPATCH JOhN J L BARTOW Editor and Prop Entered at the postofflce at Provo Utah for ranemiBSlon through the malls as second class matter The office ot THE EVENING DISPATCH is ocated half block north of the First National Bank A1 communIcationS should be addressed to THE DISPATCH Prove Utah NOTICE Mr E S Oowey Is a regular solicitor and collector for the Daily and SemiWeekly DISPATCH His contracts and receipts will be dUv respected by this officeJno Jno J BABTOW NOTICE No order from this office will be recognized in settlement unless signed by JOHN L BARTOW PROVO CITY JUNE 27 1894 REPUBLICAN HYPOCRISY Just now the republican party its henchmen and organs are storming heaven to convince the people of Utah that it is the first original und only ad vocate of statehood You will see that every declaration resolution or plat form they compile will as does the Denver declaration of the Utah dele gation declare in stentorian tones for statehood This after thirty years op portuni...

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. — 27 June 1894

r DEMOCRATIC ADDliESS To the Peoplo of Utah Delivered at Salt Lake City ca Saturday June loth by the Territorial Democratic Convention Resolved That as the convention was not called to make nominations or formulate a platform ot principles the following be adopted as the sentiments of the convention to be prebented in the form of an address to the people of Utah We the democrats of Utah in con vention assembled hereby declare our devotion to the time honored principles of the democratic party as enunciated in the national platforms and imbed ded in the harts of its members We are emphatically in favor of equal rights to all and special privil eges to none of the greatest possible liberty to every individual compatible with the pub ic welfare of the advance ment and support of home industries of the maintenance of local eelfjiovern ment to the fnllest rightful extent I and of a strict construction of the nu tional constitution We are in favor of such reform of the tariff as is consis...

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. — 27 June 1894

A J fr r Awarded Highest i Honors Worlds Fair D 0 PRICES r 7 e3lR Baking j r n Powde ei The only Pure Cream of Tartar PowderNo Ammonia No Alum Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard ME EVENING DISPATCH i PROVO CITY JUNE 271894 TRAINS TO THE LAKE WEDNESDAY 7pm 830 pm DANCING FREE Bathine and Boating F luucu at the Eureka saloon f every d ly A BntXHfaSitENB excursion goes out cf ljrov i < vn Sunday to Castilla Dot l NORRELL and Bert Brown are yp to be heard from These gentle men re out in the Uintah country look IK to ° sold mine ALL the rts are in the race for the Fourth ot July business Manager SouthftOiLho Oastilla reports that he Will han P Ms 1 band of Salt Lake erenarjiu povo with stirring music on the LIr ing of the Fourth JULIUS JESEN has nearly completed a new sail boat or yatch When it is jjllding ac ors the bosom of Utah lake it will bt > a beauty indeed and afford much pleasure to its owner I IT was a mistake that the committee had determined to hold the aft...

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. — 28 June 1894

J Vnhlitltof Vtah jrE EYEUNGf DIPATCHI 11 t11 t o J No 181VoI 3 PROVO CITY UTAH THURSDAY JUNE 28 1894 PRICE FIVE CENTS A COPY WHAT U IS GOING ON T nAY AT THE COOJ 0 THE WONDERFUL SALE OF GrocerieS Dry Goods Boots Shoes and Clothing If any Proofs are needed surely the number of patrons we are pleasing with These Goods is Abundant IT IS fLY BY SELLINC COOD GOODS AT REASONABLE PRICES THAT IT IS POSSIBLE TO CAIN AND RETAIL THE CONFIDENCE AND TRADE OF THE PUBLIC 00 PROVO operative p Institution A SINGLETON Mgr I PULLMANS GARS Are Boycotted and Railroad Employes Refuse to COUPLE THEM ON TRAINS Governor West at Washington Ho Urges That Utah Democrats be Put in Office Arrangements Are all Completed for Cornets Funeral PUEBLO Cola June 27Pueblos two lodges of the American Railway union in session tonight voted to carry out the boycott on Pullman sleepers and make it apply to all roads entering here the Denver Rio Grande Santa Fe Rock Island Missouri Pacific and Union Pacific Denver Gulf When...

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. — 28 June 1894

> < J J j THE EVENING DISPATCH JOHN L BARTOW Editor and Prop Entered at the Post office at Provo Utah for ransmlsslon through the mails as second class matter The office ot THE EVENING DISPATCH is ocated half block north of the First National Bank Al communications should bo addressed to THE DISPATCH Provo Utah NOTICE Mr E S Oowey is a regular solicitor and sollector for the Daily and SemiWeekly DISPATCH His contracts and receipts will be dUv respected by this officeJKO JKO i BAHTOW NOTICE No order from this office will be recognized in settlement unless signed by JOHN L BAHTOW PROVO CITY JUNE 2 1894 THE REPUBLICAN TAOTICS In view of recebt events both in the United States and Europe the bull dozing policy adopted by the republi can party of Utah in the commonweal business shows up very badly Peo ple understand that if vealerism were in France it would be anarchy in Utah according to republican interpre tation it is patriotism any opposition to it legal or otherwise is crime o...

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. — 28 June 1894

U f < rigt f MmrTirriTir n imTirBafciKasK inrJ < 1J I DEMOCRATIC ADDRESS To the People c > f Utah Delivered at Salt Lake City en Saturday June lath by the Territorial Democratic Convention Resolved That as the convention was not called to make nominations or formulate a platform ot principled the following be adopted as the sentiment of the convention to be presented in the form of an address to the people of Utah We the democrats of Utah in con vention assembled hereby declare our devotion to the time honored principle of the democratic party as enunciated in the national platforms and imbed ded in the harts of its members We are emphatically in favor of equal rights to all and special privil eges to none of the greatest possible liberty to every individual compatible with the pubic welfare of the advance ment I and support of home industries of the maintenance of local selfgovern ment to the fullest rightful extent and of a strict construction of the na tional constitutio...

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. — 28 June 1894

J = Awarded Highest Honors Words Fair DICES i1eaUtBaking n Powde r im The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder No Ammonia No Alum Used in Millions of Homes AO Years the Standard IHE EVENING DISPATCH I PROVO CITY JUNE 81894 TRAINS TO THE LAKE Saturday 7 p m 830 p m DANCING FREE Sunday 4 p m 6 p m Sunday p m Concert Full band FREE lunch at the Eureka saloon every day GET all the votes vou can for your choice for Goddess of Liberty into THE DISPATCH office by 3 oclock Saturday afternoon After that hour you have only till 5 oclock to cut votes out of the Saturdays issue SUBSCBIBE now for THE DISPATCH THE DISPATCH is the popular paper WARM weather Is with us again DR GEO SMART was over from Spanish Fork today YESTERDAY afternoon at 330 Wil liam A Ray and Lottie L Chappell were married at the residence of the brides father by Rev Samuel Rose The Success which Hoods Sarsapa rilla has had in Ireeing old and young from afflictions caused by impure blood is really remarkable Hoods Sarsaparilla is...

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. — 29 June 1894

1 l VDITUU of Ulab < p < T YEllIflDIPATCH1 iiiiiii Nol82VoI 3 PROVO CITY UTAH FRIDAY JUNE 29 1894 PRICE FIVE CENTS A COPY WHAT IS GOING ON TODAY AT THE COOP 0 THE WONDERFUL SALE OF GrocerieS Dry Goods Boots Shoes and Clothing If any Proofs are needed surely the number of patrons we are pleasing with These Goods is Abundant 8T IS ONLY BY SELLINC GOOD GOODS AT REASONABLE PRICES THAT IT IS POSSIBLE TO CAIN AND RETAIN THE CONFIDENCE AND TRADE OF THE PUBLIC oo PROVO C oO tratlv8 e nstltutlOn I SINGLETON Mgr To The Public June 22nd there appeared On Friday an advertisement call in the for Enquirer votes from the public for their ing choice for Goddess of Liberty in the celebration The com of July Fourthof select the Goddess cJnssts of mittee to Mrs Annie Atk nand Ellen aiteman Mrs White the last Mrs James and THE lady has never called at named office and wo therefore DISPATCH with this knoW her not in connection matter Saturday June 23rd the two first On named ladies seemingly havin...

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. — 29 June 1894

THE EVENING DISPATCH IOHN L BARTOW Editor and Prop I Entered at the postoiHce at Provo Utah for ransmission through the mails as second class matter Tho office ol THE EVENING DISPATCH is ooatod half block north of the First National Rank Al communications should be addressed to THE DISPATCH Provo Utah NOTICE Mr E S Cowey is a regular solicitor and i oolloctor for the Daily and SemiWeekly DISPATCH His contracts and receipts will be dtlv respected by this officeJNO JNO i BABTOW NOTICE No order from this office will be reco lllz < d in settlement unless signed by JOHN L BARTOW PROVO CITY JUNE 291894 REPUBLICANS AflD SILVER The silver plank in the Denver plat form is as follows We believe in tho use of gold and silver as money metals maintained on a perfect parity and interconvertibllity We do not believe that there will bo a permanent return of prosperity to our country until the full use and hIghest position of silver shall be restored and wo favor such legislation as will bring ab...

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. — 29 June 1894

DEMOCRATIC ADD11ESS To the People ofTTtah Delivered at Salt Lake Oity on Saturday June 16th by the Territorial Democratic Convention Resolved That as the convention was not called to make nominations or formulate a platform oi principles the following be adopted as the sentiments of the convention to be presented in the form ot an address to the people of Utah We the democrats of Utah in con vention assembled hereby declare our I devotion to the time honored principles of the democratic party as enunciated in the national platforms and imbed ded in the harts of its members We are emphatically in favor of equal rights to all and special privil eges to none of the greatest possible liberty to every individual compatible with the public welfare of the advance ment and support of home industries of the maintenance of local selfgovern ment to the fullest rightful extent and of a strict construction of the na tional constitution We are in favor of such reform of the tariff as is consisten...

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. — 29 June 1894

r J I Awarded Highest Honors Worlds Fair DPRICES I i1Powder The only Pure Cream of Tartar PowderNo Ammonia No Alum Used in Millions of Homes AO Years the Standard LHE EVENING DISPATCH I PROVO CITY JUNE 29 1894 TRAINS 0O THE LAKE Saturday 7 D m 830 p m DANCING FREE Sunday 4 p m 6 p m Sunday pin Concert Full band FREE lunch at the Eureka saloon everv day < < AMOS D HOLDAWAY and David Beebe started last evening for the Uintah country very well equipped with RrutJjWagon team camping outfit and a thoroughly complete nrospajtprs outfit They are well backed financially and will sure get a foothold in the new bonanza land AN exceedingly rich find of gold ore is reported from Battle Creek canyon Farther information regarding it is promised soon THE Enquirer man evidently believes that a lie often told will come to be be lieved His very tiresome and very palpale lie that 80 per cent ofr the countys taxes are annually paid to nnnntv officers in salaries was repeated againlast evening It ...

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