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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening dispatch. — 14 August 1894

L Awarded DPRCS I Highest Honors Worlds eam Baking uPowder e only Pure Cream of Tartar PowderNo Ammonia No Alum sed in Millions of Homes 4O Years the Standard IriE EVENING DISPATCH I PROVO CITY AUG 141894 PROVO AKK RESOBT DUNCAN CLARKS FEMALE MINSTRELS THIS TUESDAY EVENING Trains leave at 7 and 8 p m Tomorrow Wednesday night Professor E E Harris Will Ride High in Air Across the Lake Amid a Blaze of Fire HAVE jou seen the program of sports for Odd Fellows day at alair August 16th Its a daisy AUCTION sale at the New York Cash Store commencing today Sale at 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p in9 special sale Saturday IOtol2am F F Bee wife and daughter Etta together wit Samuel Bee a nephew and Charles M ek of Ogden a brother inlaw start this evening for an extend ed visit in California BATHING excellent at the Geneva Resort SYRUPS 145 tor five gallons at Bo it shard Saxeys lnoM 100 up received on savings it Jepoeits J R TWELVES Cashier GINGHAMS five cents and upwards at T G WEBBEUS MENS heavy leather ...

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. — 15 August 1894

1r a I tTJJlnnl Qf 17t I t Yi l < < i < 1 r > 1 Ti T U fJ Iff 4 i n I RJ v u n A i N J I N I jt t lI I v ri > t > t D I I S P A T C H I t 1 y 4 < f Y I No220Vol 3 PROVO CITY UTAH MggNESDAY r AUGUST 15 i8S4 PRICE FIVE CENTS A COPY Q To be in tIle Lead Stlll Wa e are lloth D g tho race Pretty Level II LOOKOUT FOR I NEW PRICES I AT THE I S PROVO I Cooporativo Institution i SINGLETON Mgr heetiDJ for one dollar ETAFT Wholesale brOCerSa The Merchants of Southern Utah Especially those of Utah Co will find it to their Advantage to Trade with HOWE TAFT WHOLESALE GROCERS Pr vo Utah I IN WASHINGTON Bimetallic Conference to be Held There Tomorrow CLEVELAND TO WILSON > Perllonal and Pathetic letter Written br the President to the Tariff Reform LeaderThe Supplementary Bills Are Worrjine Our OonifreBemen Other News WASHINGTON Aug 14A conference of those who believe that no perman ent improvement in the condition of the country can be hoped for as long as the present gold st...

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. — 15 August 1894

t 3 THE EVENING DISPATCH IOHN L BARTOW Editor and Prop l 1 Entered st the JPost office at Provo Utah for ransmlssion through the mails as second IHBB matter The office ot THE EVENING DISPATCU IB ocatod half block north of the First National Bank A1 communications should be addressed to THIS DISPATCH Provo Utah NOTICE Mr B S Oowey IS a regular solicitor and collector for the Daily and SemiWeeky DISPATCH His contracts and receiptewill be di lv respected by this office officeJNO JNO BARTOW NOTICE No order from this office will be recognize In cettlement unless signed by JOHN L BARTOW PROVO CITY AUG 15 1894 A STKP AHEAD Monday the house after a somewhat 8tormy session accepted the senates amendments to the Wilson bill The acceptance comes on the principle of half loaf being better than no bread We hail this action as a step in the direction of tariff reform It is not as comprehensive or as sweeping as it should have been butit is something a step in the right direction and the commencem...

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 August 1894

J 1I7 n IIIW Sg DEMouELIW DDE1 d 0 Delivered at Salt To the People c1 TT orTrttrdart June 16th > by LAke City C ria1 J3a osracic Ooaventi the Tor 3 esolved That as the convention was not called to make nominations or formulate a platiorm 01 principles the following be adopted as the sentiments of toe convention to be piebeut d in the torin ol an address to the people of Utah We the democrats of Utah in con vention assembled hereby declare our devotion to tb < s time honored principles of the democratic party ao 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 i ol tue greatest possible liberty to every individual compatible with the pubnc vellare of the advance ment and support of home industries of the maintenance or local eellKOVeru ment to the tallest rightful extent and of a strict construction of the na ional constitution We are in lavor of such reform of the ...

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 August 1894

L I p ughesl Honors Worlds r drrE1s nDea1 Baking 1Powder t only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder No Ammonia No Alum Csed in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard tHE EVENING DISPATCH I PROVO CITY AUG 15 1894 PROVO LAKE RESoRT Wednesday night Profohsor E E Harris Will Ride High in Air Across the Lake Amid a Blaze of Fire THE board of education met last evening and transacted business rat tera of minor importance onlv Two small claims were allowed the matter of purchasing blackboards for the ichools was referred to a committee and the regular routine work done SEE Harris fly across the lake to night amid a blaze of fire TOMORROW is the great day at Salt air The Odd Fellows and the l friends by the thousands will be there SPORTS contests bathing boating and dancing at Saltair tomorrow Val uable prizes Kead the program and youll go THE Lost Greek Irrigating company of Bevier county have entered suit in th3 First District court asking that Benjamin Ainsworth David Ains worth James Ainsworth...

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 August 1894

jj tTlllrtrlIT9t VI j1 1 THE EVE N I N C D I B PAT CHI c f No22i vol 3 PROVO CITY UTAH THURSDAY AUGUST 16 894 PRICE FIVE CENTS A COPY 8 IIiJWE TAFT Whulesale brOCerSI The Merchants of Southern Utah Especially those of Utah Co will find it to their Advantage to Trade with HOWE TAFT WHOLESALE GROCERS Pr vo Utah NOT MUCH DONE In Either Branch of Con t gress Yesterday COXEY QUITS DISGUSTED H9 Says He is Done With His Scheme And Leaves His Men in the Lurch The Omaha Strike IB Off for Good Other Items of News WASHINGTON Aug Representa tive Pearson chairman of the house committee on enrolled bills leit the capitol at 1 p m for the white house carrying the tariff bill which he will pat in the presidents possession as earlyas possible The bill to place coal iron ore ani barbed wire on the free list were read Then Harris had a letter read just re ceived from Secretary Garlisleconcern ing the effect of the proposed bills on the revenue MrBerry called up the free sugar bill Mr Harris while favo...

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 August 1894

r geTHE THE EVENING DISPATCH IOHN L BARTOW Editor and Prop Entered at the Fostotflce at Provo Utah for ransmlflsion through the mails as second alase mattorl The office ol THE EVENING DISPATCH IB ooated half block north of the First National Bank Ai communications should be addressed to THE DISPATCH Provo Utah NOTICE Mr E S Uovrey is a regular solicitor and I collector for the Daily and ScmiWeeky DISPATCH His contracts and receipts will be fiilv respected by this office officeJNO JNO i BARTOW NOTICE No order from this office will be recognize In settlement unless signed by JOHN L BAKTOW PROVO CITY AU L 16 1891 IT WILL DO NO GOOD Doubtless it will afford all western I I people vast chunks of comfort that the tariff law will do no good as the Tri bune says Even the democrats ought to bbout over this clear headed propo sition Ot course national legislation which is proverbially costly isdesi ned to do no good No good and western men rejoice at itl Are west ern men all mill men Are any ...

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 August 1894

DEMOCRATIC ADDKE S To the People of Utah Delivered at Salt LAke City ca Saturday June 16th by the Territorial Da ooratio Conventi Resolved That as the convention was not called to make nominations or formulate a platform ot principles the I following be adopted as the sentiments of the convention to be prefaeutfd in the Utah form olau address to the people of I I We the democrats of Utah in con vention aeeeint id hereby declare our devotion to the time honored principles of the democratic party as enunciated in the national platluiina 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 EUppolt of home industries of the maintenance of local eeliyuvern 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 consist...

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 August 1894

0 f cJ > = Awarded Highest Honors Worlds L HpsRf dSS 1oe31bBaking L1Powde rte only Pure Cream Tartar Powder No Ammonia No Amni Csed in Millions of Homes AQ Years the Standard I r THE EVENING DESPATCH PROVO CITY AvJG 161894 PROVO LAKRESORP THIRD WARD CHOIR and FOURPH WARD GLEE CLUB at the Lake Resort August 17th Fine Pro ram Trains leave 4 p m 6 p m Ball at Night THE DISPATCH congratulates Profes gor and Mrs Joseph W hiteley upon the arrival jeBterday at 230 pm of a new 10oound toy at tbeir new home the Wentworth house six blocks east of the B Y academy All well MRS S J HESS and family left to day for Ponsonby Montana Mr Hesa has permanent and profitable employ ment at that place and will make it his future home IT will be a matter of universal joy and satisfaction that Apostle Moses Thatcher since his departure for the canyon where he has been camping I for more than a week has improved wonderfully in health The bracing atmosphere and beautiful natural scen erv and surroundings o...

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. — 17 August 1894

i Vn1n S I 1 I i S S > S 4 THE EYENIN DISPATCHI k No222Vol PROVO CITY UTAH FRIDAY AUGUST 171894 PRICE FIVE f CENTS A COPY 1 HOWE TAFT I Wholesale brOCerS The Merchants of Southern Utah I Especially those of Utah Co will find it to J their Advantage to Trade with HOWE TAFT VHOLESALE GROCERS Prove Utah I NOW OUT OF WORK U Employes Who Joined I iii the Strike i INDIAN KESEEYATIONS I S The Law Throw Them Open Is Now in Effect The New Tariff Bill Will be Ef 1 fective on Approval Save an to Woolen Goods Other Items OuRA Neb Aug 16Over 2000 I men have been formally discharged from the Union Pacific as the lesult of the great strike and others are being replaced each day Twenty engineeis and firemen are included in the list Some of the engineers and firemen particularly on the west end were i with the company for twenty years and upward In most cases the men do not blame the company for the action taken saying that they were misled by the American Railway union and that I they made a mis...

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. — 17 August 1894

I i 7 THE EVENING DISPATCH OHN L BARTOW Editor and Prop i Entered at tho Postoffice at Provo Utah for ransmission through the mails as second elass matter The office or THE EVENING DISPATCH is coated half block north of the First National Banfc Al communications should be addressed to mE DISPATCH Provo Utah NOTICE Mr E S Cowey IB a regular solicitor and oollector for the Dally and SemiWeekly DISPATCH His contracts and receipts will be dIv respected by this office officeJKO JKO i BARTOW NOTICE No order from this office will bo recognie in settlement unless signed by > 1onN L BAKTOW PROVO CITY ATJH 17 1894 MORMON MEMORIES Whenever a democratic paper alludes even briefly to the bistory ot the past in this territoryto tie past hostilities of the republican party toward the Mormon people every republican pa per Is at once in line of battle visor down and ready for the fray The other day THE DISPATCH took occasion to allude briefly to the record of repub lican hostility which cannot be...

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. — 17 August 1894

DEITOCRATIC ADDKES i To the People cf Utah Delivered at Salt I Lake City on Saturday June IGth by the Territorial Democratic Ooaventi 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 I the form ot an address to the people of Utah We the democrats of Utah in con vention assembled hereby declare our dnvntirm to the time honored nrinciples 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 i ment and support of home industries of the maintenance of iocal selfgovern ment to the fallest rightful extent and of a strict construction of the na ional constitution We are in favor of such reform of the tariff as is consist...

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. — 17 August 1894

< = j Ii i l Awarded Highest Honors Words I DrRicEs T nae3111 Baking f uowder n < e only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder No Ammonia No Alum Gsed in Millions of Homes AO Years the candard THE EVENING DISPATCH I PROVO CITY AUG 17 1894 PROVO LAKE RESORT THIRD WARD CHOIR and FOURm WARD GLEE CLUB at the Lake Resort August 17th Fine Program Trains leave 4 p m 6 p m Ball at Night JOHN W BEASLEY is I at wort today in the office of the clerk of the First District court getting on to the ropes Judge King has announced that Ml Beasley will be his clerk and the young gentleman will take the oath of office and file his bonus in open court on Monday next There were other Rood and competent men in the race with Mr Beasley but in Belectkic i him Judge King bas made no mistake I Mr Beasly is an honest earnest and capable young man He has been Itudying law in Mr Kings office for years and the judge knows him to be a studious hard working and deserv ing young man George Havercamp has been offered th...

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. — 18 August 1894

i gT n THE EYEIllG DISPATH1 ii i i T i No 223oI a PROVO CITY UTAH SATURDAY AUGUST 18 1894 PRICE FIVE CENTS A COPY HOWE TAFT WhoIesa rocs The Merchants of Southern Utah Especially those of Utah Co will find it to their Advantage to Trade with HOWE TAFT WHOLESALE GROCERS Prove Utah his PRAGTiCilL The Silver Question is the Overshadowing Issue CLEVELAND IS AT HOME WallJohn Sullivan Gets on a Tea and Winda up With a Black Ey6Let Everybody Keep Away From Mexico Other blatters WASHINGTON Aug 17The policy to be pursued in advancing the principles of bimetallism was outlined at todays session of the American Bimetallic league Speeches were made by sev eral congressmen and by delegates from various states Mr Bland characterized the shyer question as purely a practical one and urged that the political battles of the future be fought on the proposition that any change of basismust be put ia abeyance until the full restoration ot silver is accomplished Representa tive Coffeen of Wyoming referre...

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. — 18 August 1894

I THE EVENING DISPATCH h IOHH L BARTOW Editor and Prop Postofflco Provo Utah for at tile Entered second ransmission through the mails as I class matter The office ot THE EVENING DISPATCH is ocatod hall block north of the First National Bank Al communications ebould be addressed to THE DISPATCH Provo Utah NOTICE and Mr E S Cowey IB a regular solicitor I collector for the Daily and SemiWeekly I DISPATCH His contracts and receipts will be dilv respected by this officeJNO Iso j BARrOW NOTICE No order from this office will be recognize in settlement unless signed by JOHN L BARrOW PROVO CITY AUG 18 1894 THE OLD OLD THING A contemporary begins an article with these words The republicans never did have any use for the colored people but to utilize their votes Assuming that to be true for the eake of argument how different it is from the uses to which the democratic party had tried to put the race I They marshaled armies and lost in killed and wounded and in the hospitals probably two hundre...

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. — 18 August 1894

1 1 > DEMOOR TIC ADDKBSS To the People of Utah Delivered at Salt Lake City on Saturday June 16th by the Territorial D < ocratic Oonvanti Resolved That as the convention was not called to make nominations or formulate a platform of principles the iollowing be adopted aa the sentiments I of the convention to be presented in the form ot an address to the people of I Utah We the democrats of Utah in con vention assembled hereby declare our devotion to tb time honored principles of the democratic party as enunciated in the national platforms and imbed I ded in tile harts of its members We uia 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 eupport ot home industries of the maintenance of local selfgovern ment to the fallest rightful extent and of a strict construction of the n a ional constitution We are in favor of such reform of the tariff a...

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. — 18 August 1894

Jtt u LAw = s4 Awarded Highest Honors Worlds PRr s nt 9 am Baking r r Powdet a 5CC only Pure Cream of Tartar PowderNo Ammonia No Alum iJsed in Millions of Homes AO Year the Standard LriE EVENING DISPATCH I PROVO CITY AUG 18 1894 PROVO LAKE RESOltT1 3 SENSATIONAL DOUBLE BALLOON I ASCENSION at the Lake Resort tonight Trains leave 4 p m 6 p m A BRIEF personal reminiscence given by Pioneer Wilford Woodruff at Saltair Aug 20th CLASS and lecture work at the sum mer school and teachers institute is over and the pedagogues today are en joying themselves at the academy in social intercourse A talk by Dr Hinsdale this evening in the taber nacle to which the public is invited trill be the final and formal closing of what has indeed been a very profitable and most enjoyable meet O C GOODWIN of the Salt Lake Tri bune had something to say to the teachers at the academy last night What it was only a few of them know The gentleman talked so low and his articulation was so horribly indistinct that 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. — 20 August 1894

l i Jftlftl I Vlt s p THE EYEIiIILG I 1 I m 3 I ATe H iTI i No 224 lot 3 PROVO OITY UTAH MONDAY AUGUST 20 1894 PRICE FIVE CENTS A COPY L TAFT HOWE JL JJIJX VV JiU QKJ JL JukJJ f Wholesale Grocers The Merchants of Southern Utah Especially those of Utah Co will find it to their Advantage to Trade with HOWE TAFT WHOLESALE GROCERS Prnvo Utah THE DOGS OF WAR Chinese Officials Searching For Spies BLACK FLAG FIGHTERS Japan to Negotiate a 50000000 Domes tic LoanShe Has 106000 Hen Ready To Sail for Corea LONDON Aug 20A dispatch from Shanghai says the Chinese there are suffering from a spy mania that lies developed among Chinese officials All vessels arriving in Too Sung river are boarded by Chinese naval officers and searched for spies and contraband m nmtiona of war Two prominent Japanese have been arrested within the French concession on an unfounded charge of spying They are still detained for trial The dispatch further states that a number or Englishmen and Scotchmen h we been obliged to...

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 August 1894

1 THE EVENING DISPATCH JOHN L BAKTOW Editor and lrop L Entered at the Post office at Provo Utah for ransmission through the mails as second class mattor1 The office ol THE EVENING 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 Uowey Isa regular solicitor and collector for the Daily add SemiWeekY DISPATCH His contracts and receipts will bo dilv respected by this office officeJf Jf o > BAHTOW NOTICE I No order from this office will be recognize in settlement unless signed by JOHN L BAUTOW PROVO CITY AUR 20 1894 A SILLY ARGUMENT The democratic party when in went into power found a bill on the statute bxtks which made a market for 4500000 ounces ot silver monthly says the Tribune So they did and they preceded to wipe it off the books with commendable prompti tude The Tribune would have done well to tell the people why that law was on the books and why it became necessary for the democrats 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. — 20 August 1894

c 7 DBi OCEATtO ADUKESS To the People of Utah Delivered at Salt Lake City on Saturday June 16th by the Territorial Democratic Ooaventi Resolved That as the convention was I not called to make nominations or c formulate a platform oi principles the following be adopted as the sentiments of the convention to be presented in i the form ot an address to the people of Utah We the democrats of Utah in con vention assembled hereby declare our devotion to tht time honored principles of the democratic party as enunciated in tbe national platforms and imbed ded in the harts of its members We ale 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 ot home industries of the maintenance of local selfgovern ment to tbe fullest rightful extent and of n strict construction of the na ional constitution We are in tavor 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
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