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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening dispatch. — 25 July 1894

y c Awarded Highest Honors Worlds Fair DPRICS nlaU Baking LPowder I The only Pure Cream Tartar Powder No Ammonia Iso Alum 0sed in Millions of Homes AO Years the Standard r ME EVENING DISPATCH I PROVO CITY JULY 25 1894 TRAILS TO THE LAKE Thursday Friday and Saturday 7 p m and 8 p m WEBER COMEDY COMPANY Sunday4pmandOpm FBEE lunch at the Eureka saloon every day < < CHIEF FoWLEBjtook to the peniten tiary yesterday Elliot Hudson sentenc ed at Manti to thirty days for fornica tion Hoods Pills cure nausea sick head ache indigestion billiousnees Try a DJX RALEIGH HARDING came near losing his life in Provo canyon early yester day morning He was encamped there with others and was with a chum Charles i eavitt fooling with a target Run Leavitt had the gun and swing Ing it around it exploded the ball grazing Hardings right cheek bone near the eye The above is according to Hardings own story Leavitt de clares that there is not a word of truth In it JNO G LUTTON of Lo Roy N Y a prominent gro...

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 July 1894

4 UnlvtraU1 of Uah I r THE > EVENING I D1SPATCH I No203Vol 3 PROVO CITY UTAH THURSDAY JULY 26 1894 PRICE FIVE CENTS A COPY ciieoaat Cam 1 To be in the Lead Stin Wa tire HOlffiu tile race Pr 1trLBV I LOOK OUT FOR N PRICES AT THE PROVO Cooporativo Institution A SINGLETON Mgr 9r YiJpJL9b GHnBJDronA oAr i HOWE W TAFT Wholesale bfOCerS The Merchants of Southern Utah Especially those of Utah Co will find it to their Advantage to Trade with HOWE Jb TAFT WHOLESALE GROCERS Provo Utah THE END IS NEAR A Speedy Settlement of the SpeedyTariff Tariff Muddle IS NOW LOOKED FOR Jo in Homeward Bound From Washing ton Utah to Gat 200000 for a State Capitol Echoes of the Great Strike a We Her Them Faintly WASll1JSQTOS July 25Mr Allen presented absolution directing the at torneygeneral to transmit full copies of all correspondence telegraphic and otherwise between the department of justice and the railroads centering in Chicago from June let to the present timeMr Mr Coke secured the passage by unanimo...

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 July 1894

IiiTHE THE EVENING DISPATCH JOHN L BABTOW Editor and Prop lEntoredat the Jfostoifice at Provo Utah for ransmission tbrough the malls as second olass mattor1 The office ot THE EVENING DISPATCH is ocated half block north of the First National Bank Al communications should be addressed to THE DISPATCH Provo Utah NOTICE Mr E S Cowey IS a regular solicitor and collector for the Daily and SemiWeekly DISPATCH His contracts and receipts wlll be d l h respected by this office officeJKO JKO t BARrow NOTICE No order from this office will be recognized in settlement unless signed by JOHN BAKTOW PROVO CITY JULY 26 1894 CLEVELAND AND GORMAN Jn the quarrel between the president and Mr Gorman both equally right many things ara to be considered Mr Cleveland ia right so far as the under lying fundamental doctrine of democ racy goand Mr Gorman is right EO far as the policy of his position is con cerned Democratic party principles demand free raw materals The doc trine ie old Jefferson and the spirit t...

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 July 1894

it DEMOCRATIC ADDKESS To the People of Utah Delivered at Salt Lake City on Saturday June 16th by the Territ orial De oo ratio Conventio Resolved That as th6 convention was not called to make nominations or formulate a platiorin or principle the following be adopted as the sentiments of the convention to be pitfaenfd in the lorm of an address to the people of Utatr 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 itb members We are emphatically in favor of equal rights to all and special privil I eges to none of th greatest possible liberty to every Inuiviuual compatible I with the pubic vveltare uf the advance meat and fcuport ol hume industries of the maintenance ot local Bfcliyoveru ment to the tallest rightful extent and of a strict construction of the n < t ional couetitution We are in lavor of such reform of the tariff as i...

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 July 1894

e Awarded Highest Honors Worlds Fair HpRof sr G0aa ki ng uPowder The only Pure Cream of Tartar PowderNo Ammonia No Aium tsed in Millions of Homes AO Years the Standard I WZ EVENING DISPATCH PRftVO CITY JULY 26 1894 TR A TS TO TUB LAKE citurday July 28 E erv bour after 3 p m SENSA1IONAL DOUBLE BAL 00N ASOENSION Sunday4pmand6pm FREE lunch at the Eureka saloon very day 41 Hon S E THDKMAK is in Salt Lake today GEORGE SUTHERLAND and wife were visitors to Zion today AT7OBNEY WBITECOTTON is attend ing tile supreme court at Salt Lake cityTHOMAS THOMAS FARRER eon of William Farrer rode to the lake lesort on a horse on the evening of the Twenty fourth At about 9 oclock he missed his horse which be had left saddled hitched to a post The animal wall found this Thursday morning with its saddle Btll on its back badly skinned atid with every evidence of having been ridden very hard The thief who took the horse evidently fearing that he would he caught turned the animal into Benj Ben netts lot in 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 July 1894

7 M r l1l nIY > tVI b TH E EVENGj r DI SPA T C Hl1l No204Vo 3 PROVO CITY UTAH FRIDAY JULY 27 IE24 PRICE FIVE CENTS A COPY 4 e on 1St l C 81m I To be in the Lead Still WOafO e goading tho race Protty Leiel 1 f r LOOK OUT FOR E PRiCES AT THE < PROVO Cooporativo Institution SINGLETON Mgr N r krillj u v o b I F HOWE TAFT Wholesale rover The Merchants of Southern Utah Especially those of Utah Co will find it to their Advantage to Trade with HOWE 6s TAFT WHOLESALE GROCERS Provo Utah tea THE TARIFF BILL Republican MOsHinder Pro gress Toward Settlement a CHINA AND JAPAN FIGHT Coney Kelly and Pry Have Deserted Their Dupes the SoCalled Army Is Starving in Washington State Sena tor Foley of Nevada Shot by a Widow WASHINGTON July 26Senator Vi llas who was secretary of the interior and later postmaster general during Mr Clevelands first administration replied today to Senator Gormans at tack upon the president For two hours he held the floor amid the wrapt attention of the senate and galle...

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 July 1894

THE EVENING DISPATCH JOHN L BAKTOW Editor and Prop Entered at the JPostoffice at Provo Utah for rcnsmisslon through the mails as second class matter The office ol THE EVENINO DISPATCH IS oca ted half block north of tho First National Bank 11 1 communications should be addressed to THE DISPATCH Provo Utah NOTICE Mr E S Cowoy is a regular solicitor and collector for the Daily and SemiWeekly PiRrATCn His contracts and receipts will be d t h i respected by this office officeJso Jso 4 CARTOW NOTICE No order from this offlco will bo recognized in settlement unless signed by JOHN BARTOW PROVO CITY JULY 27 1894 THE TRIBUNES CAMPAIGN For crazy quilt politics the Tribune is peculiar peculiarly ridiculous in deed Its fall campaign commenced when it welcomed the industrials with bloody hands to hospitable graves on the western boundaries of Utah That line of policy continued just three days But those three days were jammed full of deyotion to the law its ministers judges and even its marshals d...

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 July 1894

DEMOCRATIC ADDRESS To the People of Utah Delivered at Salt Lake City on Saturday June 16th by the Terxitorial Decocratic Conveutio llesolved That as the convention was not called to make nominations or formulate a platform 01 principles the iollowing 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 II 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 eelfuovern ment to the fullest rightful extent and of a strict construction of the mt ional constitution We are in favor of such reform of the tariff as is consistent...

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 July 1894

J i70 n T < r Wl V I V Awarded Highest Honors Worlds Fair HpRo Sir n flBkrng uPowder The only Pure Cream Tartar Powder No Ammonia No Alum Used in Millions of Homes AQ Years the Standard THE EVENING DISPATCH I I PROVO CITY JULY 271894 TRAINS TO THE LAKE Saturday July 28 Every hour after 3 p m SENSATIONAL DOUBLE BAL LOON ASCENSION Sunday 4 p m and 6 p m PEEK lunch at the Eureka saloon every day A FEW early pedestrians this morn ing had some sport watching the store keepers near the Cosmopolitan coner try to open their places ot business A large black dog eat himself down in the doorway of Schwabs grocery and move he would not When one would approach the dog it would growl and show its teeth Large and tempting pieces of meat were no inducement for him and the only thing that would move him was the force of a heavy stream of water from the hose Tnen he moved to the next door where the same tactics were repeated Mite MATTIK NELSON departed to day for Ogden and will be absent from the ...

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 July 1894

4 r I e UnlTtnH ofBtab THE EVENING I D1SPATCH1 I No205VoI 3 PROVO CITY UTAH SATURDAY JULY 28 1884 PRICE FIVE CENTS A COPY eoflf Cak To be in the Lead Stin ft 3 are loig the race Patty LovnI t JI LOOK OUT FOR I NYt RI E AT TTTE X2 JL JLL1O PROVO CoolJorativo Institution A SINGLETON Mgr B E2yarcls L L sheeting for one dollar HOWE TAFT Wholesale brOCerS The Merchants of Southern Utah Especiallv those of Utah Co will find it to their Advantage to Trade with HOWE TAFT 9 WHOLESALE GROCERS Provo Utah k PREMIER AND HORSEMAN 1 Sonconfonnlsts Charge That Rosebery Ha Degraded English State mansIJo A ridiculous attack has been made upon Lord Rosebery because he hap pened to be the fortunate owner of a i Derby winner The word has gone forth I to every large and small bethel tha the nonconformist conscience will not long tolerate a racing premier Every tub thumping Stiggins has howled at the noble oarl for daring to say in a speech to the Eton college boys that he Vat not ashamed of owning a good...

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 July 1894

THE EVENING DISPATCH IOHN L BARTOW Editor ag Prop Entered at the Postot1iceatPro o Utahfor ranamiSBlon through the mails as second class matter The office or THE EVENING DISPATCH is ocated half block north of the First National Bank A1 1 communications sbould be addressed to THE DISPATCH Provo Utah NOTICE Mr E S Cowoy is a regular solicitor and collector for the Daily and SemiWeekly r PPATCH His contracts and reeeip is will be d 1 I v respected by this officeJNO JNO t BAHTOW NOTICE No orderfrom this office will bo recognized in settlement unless signed by JOHN L BARTOW PROVO CITY JULY 28 1894 TERRITORY STATE The responsibilities of citizenship in a territorial form of government are the same as they are under a state form only that in a state form it is more directly interested in money in the correctness of the policies laid down for its guidance Under a territorial form of government while the federal power takes all financial responsibil ities it witholds certain privileges and d...

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 July 1894

> Tyr C DEMOCRATIC ADDRESS To the People of Utah Delivered at Salt Lake City on Saturday June 10th by t he Territorial De ocratic Gonventto Resolved That as the convention was i not called to make nominations or formulate a platform ot principles the iollowing 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 devotion to the time honored principles of the democratic party as enunciated in the national platforms and imbed I 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 pubac welfare of theadance meat and support of home industries of the maintenance or local Bilfyovern nient to the allest nghtlul extent and of a strict construction of the na ional coutiiLuLion Weare in aver of such reform of the tariff as is cons...

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 July 1894

> c t = Awarded I Highest Honors 5 Worlds Fair ne3m Baking p uPowder 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 JULY 281894 TRAINS TO THE LAKE Saturday July 28 Every hour after 3 p m SENSATIONAL DOUBLE BAL LOON ASCENSION Sunday 4 p m and 6 p m FREE lunch at the Eureka saloon every day M M WARNER returned last even ing from Salt Lake with all his mining enthusiasm knocked out of him He will apply himself again to the prac tice of law and try to forget that he has putin a months hard work for nothing besides having lost a term of court and having spent several hun dred dollars for his expenses while do ing it IT will be remembered that Hatch and Halladay claimed that Caldwell made it possible for them to get out into the USntahs by putting up the necessary cash Just who the guilty parties are if a crime has been com mitted is not now known A grand jury may investigate the matter Real Faith...

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. — 31 July 1894

y 4 > Ii I > l > ojI f i > J UlUI > yot YlJ 4 1 JI ii1Jr I < No207 Voi 3 PROVO CITY UTAH TUESDAY JULY 31 1894 PRICE FIVE CENTS A COPY I < VeDontCiaiii1 To be in the Lead Si IB 0 are ill the race Pretty Level 0 i LOOKOUT FOR NSW PRI E AT THE PROVO C Cooporativolnstitution SINGLETONMgr t iia r e heetingtforjpne dollar L HOWE TAFT Wholesale tT4rocers The Merchants of Southern Utah I Especially those of Utah Co will find it to their Advantage to Trade with HOWE a TAFT Prove Utah WHOLE LE GROCERS FIRE M 1 STORM Destroy Many Lives and Very Mucli Property TOH KING CONFIRMED To And Batch of Utah Men Appointed Jap Office Brought Against anese Sailors Utterly Disregarded Law of Civilized Warfare SHANGHAI July SOThe following is the latest Chinese version of the sinking of the troop ehip Sow Bluing The Japanese cruiser sent a boat alongside the transport with a prize crew to convey her to Japan Captain i Gals worthy an Englishman refused to obey the order and the Japanese ...

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. — 31 July 1894

1 t THE EVENING DISPATCH IOHN L BARTOW Editor and Prop Entered at the Fostofflce at Provo Utah for ransmiBsion through the malls as second class matter1 The office or THE EVENING DISPATCH ocated half block north of the First National Bank Al communications should be addressed to THE DISPATCH Provo Utah r 7f NOTICE Mr E 8 Oowey is a regular solicitor and collector for the Daily and SemiWeekly DISPATCH His contracts and receipts will be dtr respected by this officeJNO JNO I BARTOW NOTICE No order from this office will be recognized in settlement unless signed by JOHN BABTOW PROVO CITY JULY 31189 PARTISANSHIP Of course achieving statehood was a great thing The crowning of tha ter ritory with the diadem of sovereignty the fulfillment of the ardent aspira tions of the thousands of patriotic po pie especially among the hardy old pioneers of Utah creates a sentiment infinitely higher than mere partisan ahip It is or ought to be some thing livlier than mere republicanism or democracy It is ...

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. — 31 July 1894

ir I rt + J DEMOCRATIC ADDKESS j People > > of Utah Delivered at Salt fee Oity on Saturday Juno 16th by r t he Territorial De ocratic Oonventlo Besolved 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 piesented in the form ot an address to the people of I I 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 public welfare of the advance ment and support of home industries of the maintenance of local sellgovern ment to the fullest rightful extent and of u strict construction of the na ioual constitution We are in favor of such reform of the tari...

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. — 31 July 1894

nlX I t THE EVENING r ioN L BnR 1 LEntereda ran8mIBsj J Highest Honors Worlds bIA 2 r T Dt PR1CES rA111 Baking thPowder The poly Pure Cream of Tartar PowderNo Ammonia No Alum CTsed in Millions of Homes AC Years the Standard ME L T EVENING DISPATCH H PROVO CITY JULY 311894 TRAINS FOR THE LAKE Wednesday August 1st OLD FOLKS AND CHILDRENS DAY 2 p m 4 p m6 p m 8 p in All over 60 years ride free children 5 cents each Friday August 3rd GRAND MASQUERADE 5 p m 6 p m 830 p m FREE lunch at the Eureka saloon every day 41 HON JOSEPH L RAWLINS returned to his home in Salt Lake city from Washington yesterday afternoon He brought with him the famous bime tallic gold and silver pen with vbich President Cleveland signed the Utah statehood bill Mr Rawlins will remain in Utah for some considerable time attending to his private business as he has his work in Washington all caught up and nothing there now needs his immediate attention Mr Rawlins will be heard at the grand nonpartIsan statehood celebrati...

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. — 1 August 1894

t tir K y i i r h i1da N 1 w D IS I PAT CHI Qi PROV fgirY UTA DID E r UTAjggfejEDFNESDAY AUGUST it I 1894 No 209Vol 3 L iK I PRICE FIVE CENTS A COPY t do t t < 3a 1 O n yy a 1 1 To be in the Lea t of v f SttllN e are loll tie nee P181treYo1 i = J LOOKOUT i > Yst if j r r IC > C FOR E PRIx E 1 x AT THE m < > PROVO > Cooperative Institution n 7L ASJNGLETON Mgr c > t ° r ByL LEheetingfoedoIla l r > I S HkWE TAFT Wholesale tirocers I The Merchants of Southern Utah Especially those of Utah Co will find it to their Advantage to Trade with HOWE TAFT WHOLESALE GROCERS Provo Utah THE JAPANESE WIN Three of the Largest Chinese Vessels Sunk ECHOES OF THE STRIKE Are Still Heard and the Troubles ar not Yet Ended Armour Seduces Wzeee A Bank Robbery that Savors of the Dalton Balds Other New TmN Smw July 31 A naval battle was fought yesterday between the Chinese and Japanese fleets ThcJapa nese sank the Chinese war ship Chen Yuen and two large cruisers supposed to be vessels ...

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. — 1 August 1894

THE EVENING DISPATCH OlIN L BABTOW Editor and Prop Katored I at the Post omeo at Provo Utah for ransmlssion through the malls as second class matter Tho office ot THE EVENING DISPATCH is oeated half block north of the First National Bank communications should bo addressed to TBE DISPATCH Provo Utah NOTICE Mr E S Cowoy is a regular solicitor and i colloctor for tho Daily and SemiWeekly DISPATCH His contracts and receipts will bo d11v respected by this officeJNO JNO i BABTOW NOTICE No order from this office will be recognized In settlement unless signed by JOHN L BAKTOVT PROVO CITY AUG 11894 THE TRIBUNE The Tribune ithe chief we may say only authoritative exponent of the republican faith in the territory ot Utah Its one virtue net against a thousand crimes is its real or simu I lated devotion to free silver That virtue is a rare one in republican ranks and we feel inclined to Rive the paper the fullest credit for itr After that there comes an unbroken dreary ex panse of bitter hatred ...

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. — 1 August 1894

DEMOCRATIC ADDRESS To the People ofTJtah Delivered at Salt Lake City on Saturday June 16th by the Territorial Uexocratio Oonventio Resolved That as the convention was V not called to make nominations or formulate a platform ot principles the 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 demouatic 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 j 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 iocal selfgovern ment to the fullest rightful extent and of a strict construction of the na ional constitution We are in favor of such reform of the tariff as is consistent ...

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