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

4 Awarded Highest Honors Worlds L S n aJLBa ki rag iPowder r n Powder e only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder No Ammonia No Alum Jsed in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard lIE I EVENING DISPATCH PROVO CITY AUG 251894 Free ball at the Lake Resort Saturday evening Aug 25th Special attractions Trains leave 7 p m 830 p m REGISTER SEE that your name is on both registration lists HAVE pou registered Y READERS will obsreve the changed advertisement of E J Ward c Sons I in this issue TaR Hessian fly is BO called because it was supposed to have been brought from Germany by Hessian soldiers dur ing the war of the revolution It has traveled west of the rate of fifteen or twenty miles a year THE large audience at the Baptist church last evening was captivated by the pretty talks happy illusixationB BOngs and artibtic organ and piano music by ProfFrench of Boston All J are invited to another of his free enter tainments to night at 8 oclock and Sunday at 11 a m There will be a sunshine meeting fo...

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 August 1894

41 t r h J l t Q tI L 1 sp > > i Z1fiTht3Ir ott1t t > J < < t < 4 Tll > > r < tj yzii h DISPATHI J I No 230Vol 3 PROVO CITY UTAH MONDAY h AUGUST 27 1894 PRICE FIVE CENTS A COPY HOWE TAFT Wholesale Grocers The Merchants of Southern Utah Especially those of Utah Co will find it to their Advantage to Trade with HOWE 7 TAFT 4 WHOLESALE GROCERS Prnvo Utah liii WIND OF DEATH Sweeps Terrifically off the I i Sea of Azof ENGLAND MUST MOVE For Bimetallism Before Germany Which Favors it Will do AnythingAn Inter eating Report Ooncerning the Oanaierre Hoot No Bounty Needed t I NEW YORK Aug 26 Senator Wol l cott of Colorado accompanied by his wife and son were passengers on La Normandi whicn arrived today Sen ator Wolcott said that during his trip abroad he had spent much of his time in England France and Germany the three countries most interested in the silver question l In Germany the feeling was most Entirely in favor of bimetallism but the country would make no mov...

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 August 1894

b = J i iI c ME EVENING DISPATCH I OHN L BARTOW Editor and Prop jEnterodatthe 1ostolllce at Provo Utah for ransmission through the mails as second nlasB mnttorl The oHce ot THE EVENING DISPATCH is ocatod half blocit north of the First National Bank Al communications should be addressed to TUB DISPATCH Provo Utah I NOTICE Mr E S Cowey is a regular solicitor and collector for the Dally add SemlWeefcy DISPATCH His contracts and receipts will be zlt respected by this officeJNO JNO i BARTOW NOTICE No order from this office will be recognize In settlement unless signed by JOHN L BARTOW PROVO CITY AU1 2 71894 EXCEPi IN KEPUBLiCANISM There is i a class of men who cry aloud day and night in season and out on the streets and upon the housetops there is no hope for silver save in the the republican party To this crowd belongs the Patton ol Ogden who went blundering out from the democratic lines the other day and who ia now hoverina about between the lines of the populIsts and the republicans n...

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 August 1894

= 1 = Y > O BEJIOCBATIO ADDRESS To the People of Utah Delivered at Salt Lake City on Saturday June 10th by the Territorial Democratic Oonventi 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 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 I meat to the fullest rightful extent and of a strict construction of the nil ional constitution We are in favor of such reform of the tariff ...

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 August 1894

1 l AW Highest Honors Worlds i DPR1CS noalfl Baking jPowder tKe only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder No Ammonia No Alum Jsed in Millions of Homes AO Years the Standard lIfE EVENING DISPATCH PROVO CITY AUG 27 1894 Free ball at the Lake Resort Saturday evening Aug 25th Special attractions Trains leave 7 p m 830 p m THE democratic drum corps hold a meeting on Tuesday evening in the Gates Snow building for the purpose of reorganization and attending to such other business as may come up A full attendance is requested at 8 oclock sharp COLONEL J it BABTOW proprietor of this paper is In Salt Lake today JUDGE KING has returned from his pleasure trip north PROF FRENCH will give one more entertainment at the Baptist church tonight at 8 oclock consisting of reci t itions vocal and instrumental music assisted by others JNO 3 LUTrtfN of Le Boy N Yf a prominent grocer and G A R man rays I have been troubled with in digestiont < and biliousness for years Tried Parks Tea and it has cured me I recom...

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 August 1894

c UjvIcfr1jr 8 viI j X a c I sr 1 > THE EVE N I Nit t ri > itDZSPATCH1I I J < No 2321013 PROVO CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY AUGUST 29 1894 PRICE FIVE CENTS A COPY HOWE TAFT Wholesale Grocersl The Merchants of Southern Utah EspecialSv those of Utah Co will find it to their Advantage to Trade with HOWE z TAFT J WHOLESALE GROCERS Prvo Utah WAITE TROUBLE He May Be Thrown Into Pri I son For Two Years j SUGAR OFFICERS F RED I In Many factories Immediately Upon tho I New Tariff Law Groins Into Effect Congress Has Adjourned Japan Kecog niKed BS a Fullj Civilized Power Other Matters 1 DENVER Aug 2SA warrant was issued late this afternoon for the arrest of Governor David H WaIte on the I serious charge of opening and retain ing a letter addressed to Mrs Likens formerly matron at police head quarters The warrant was issued by United 1 States Commissioner FIinc dale who < also issued warrants for the arrest cf Fresident Dennis Mull ns of thepolice bord Hamilton Armstrong ciief of police and ...

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 August 1894

THE EVENING DISPATCH JOhN L BARTOW Editor and irIi Entered I at the Postoilice at Provo Utah for ransmission through the moils as second class matter The office 01 THE EVENING DISPATCH is ocated half block north ot the First National Bank communications should bo addressed to THE DISPATCH Provo Utah NOTICE Mr B S Uowey is a regular solicitor and colon r for the Daily and SemiWeekjr DISP TUI His contracts and receipts will be duv i mclod by this office officeJNO JNO i BARTOW NOTICE N rcrf a tbisoffice will be recognize In BjttlCTaen jjJcss Bigne4byu iJonNL BARTOW PRove C1Lt AUS 291894 TEK IBESIDKNTS LETTER Mr Clevelands letter to air Catch Ings ou the subject of permitting the tariff law to become active without his signature is just another such a docu ment as the country has learned to look for from his excellency Tersely and without whining this great strong man enters into the matter withQut any attempt at fine writing In homely plain language he proceeds to say that he does not ...

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 August 1894

< DEMOCRATIC AUDKESS To tho People of Utah Delivered at Salt Lake Oity on Saturday June 10th by the Territorial Da ooratio Convents 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 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 thi time honored principles of the democrntic party as enunciated In tbe national platforms and imbed ded in the harts of its members We are emphatically in favor of equal lights 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 i of the maintenance of local eellyoveru 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 consiste...

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 August 1894

r 4 Awarded Highest Honors World ti L C 1 S n0a11i1Bakrn g ti r Powder l e only Pure Cream of Tartar PowderNo Ammonia No Alum Jsed in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard THE EVENING DISPATCH PROVO CITY AUG 23 1894 PVYSON Times D H Christensens household fixtures arrived yesterday and last evening were being carriaged to the dwelling belonging to Mrs Senior which place Mr Christensen will occupy as his residence PAYBOK Times August 2SAn accident happened to two little boys last evening Alma the little eon or J J alcClellan and Willie son of Charles Gale being the victims They were riding a horse at a lively rate of a peed on the street leading by the Wightman Hotel when the sudden Appearance of an unlooked for dog caused the animal to jump sideways throwing the boys to the ground Willie was picked up and remained unconscious for some time atterward and Alma was terribly bruised about the face and body Other than this nothing serious resulted REMEMBER the Foresters excursion tomor...

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. — 30 August 1894

z C c l1 tt Ul tl VI I I 4k J THE EYEIG I DIg P AT C H I r fl No 233Vol 3 PROVO CITY UTAH THURSDAY AUGUST 30 1894 PRICE FIVE CENTS A COPY c HOWE TAFT Wholesale Grocers The Merchants of Southern Utah Especially those of Utah Co will find it to their Advantage to Trade with HOWE TAFT f WHOLESALE GROCERS Prnvo Utah WILSON Di TOPr Democrats of West Ya Nomi r nate Him For Congress WOOL TRADE IMPROVES Prices are Hieher Since the New Tariff Law Went Into Effect A Gang of Cox eyltea Are Starving In OmahaWar In Peru Other Items MABTINSBUBG W VA Aug 29 Chairman Wilson of the ways and means committee the democratic tariff I leader in the house of representatives was reuominated for congress today Wilson made a notable address to the convention in which he declared that the president had scrupulously ab stained from interfering with the tariff revision but held staadfastly for the fulfillment of the platform pledges in letter and spirit Strong resolutions endorsing Wil sons course were adopted ...

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. — 30 August 1894

i Ii THE EVENING DISPATCH I 4 JOHN L BAKTOV Editor and Prop I Entered at the Postofflce at Provo Utah for ransmission through the malls as second class matter The office 01 THE EVENING DISPATCH IS ocatod half bloc north of the First Nation 1 Bant Al communications should be addressed to THE DISPATCH Provo Utah NOTICE 5 Mr E ffOowey is a regular solicitor and collector for the Daily and SemiWeek 1 DISPATCH His contracts and receipts will be iltI ir respected by this office 15 officeJNO i BARTOW NOTICE No order from this office will be recognize In settlement unless signed by JOHN L BARTOW 1 PROVO CITY AUS 30189 TARIFF KEFLECriONS The tariff of 1846 was the nearest ap proach to free trade we have ever hud No candid man of either party can deny but that from the date ot that enact ment until the beginning of 186 marked the golden epoch in the commercial hit iy of this nation Then was built uiuJtUat wonderful commercial navy wEIcrTTwith its fleet of great clipper stfipi became the wonde...

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. — 30 August 1894

DEMOCRATIC ADDKESS To the People of Utah Delivered at Salt Llke City en Saturday June 16th by the Territorial Democratic Convent Resolved That as the convention was not called to make nominations or formulate a platform of principles the following be adopted as the sentiments of the convention to be prebented 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 tlc time honored principles of the democratic party as enunciated in the national platforms and imbed ded in the harts of its members We me emphatically in favor of equal rights to all and special privil eges to none i 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 na ional constitution We are in favor of such reform the tariff as is consistent with th...

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. — 30 August 1894

w Awarded Highest Honors World I Worlds 1 j111Baking uPowder J he only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder No Ammonia No Alum Csed in Millions of Homes AQ Years the Standard tiE 1 EVENING DISPATCH PROVO CITY AUG 301894 THE First District court will open on Tuesday September 4th as Monday is Labor day Let those who were ex pecting te apply for naturalization on that day take notice THE editor of IHE DISPATCH acknow ledges receipt of a warm invitation from the respective committee to ba present in Grand Junction Colorado on Sep tember 11th the Annual Peach Day festival Wu B MELDHUM aged 34 and Minnie 8 Harding aged 22 both of Provo procured a marriage license yesterday SHERIFF BKLNAP is down from Og den today with a patient for the asy lum THE Foresters took out over eighty people from Provo on their ex cursion to Saltair today THE teachers of the Secona Ward Sunday school are to have an outing to > > Geneva tomorrow Friday JNO 3 LUTTUN of Le toy N Y a prominent grocer and G A R man lay...

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 August 1894

o j1i11 h 0 I i > e j T H E v b E jj 1 I 1 1 Jr A D I PA T U I I 1 = i f < pr No 234Vol PROVO CITY UTAH RIDAY AUGUST 31 894 PRIOE FIVE CENTS A COPY j HOWE TAFT 1 I Wholesale Grocers The Merchants of Southern Utah i l Especially those of Utah Co will find it to J their Advantage to Trade with HOWE TAFT Ii WHOLESALE GROCERS Provo Utah p j WAITE TROUBLE Hearing of the Case Against Him Begun J i AN OGDEN EMBEZZLER t Caught In New York Nettie Vanderbilt Temptress is Responsible for the Life Of One Man at Least Other News Notes J Of General Interet DBNTER Auc 30Tbe hearing in the case against Governor Waite President Lillms of the fire and police board Chief of Police Armstrong and Police Matron Kate Dwyer chaigtd with conspiracy to detain Likens was begun before United States Commis sioner Hinsdal today Testimony was introduced showing a conspiracy to I besmirch Mrs Likens character in order to pave the way lor her removal as a matron A letter to her from Jesse Parr of Pueblo in an...

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 August 1894

i THE EVENING DISPATCH lonN L i B ABTOAV Editor and Prop L Entored at the Postoflice Provo Utab for ransmission through the mails as second el ass matterl The office ot Tits EVENING DISPATCH is ooated half block north of the First National Bank Al communications should be addressed to THE DISPATCH Provo Utah NOTICE Mr E S Cowoy is a regular solicitor and collector for the Daily and SemiWeeky DISPATCH His contracts and receipts will be dilv respected by this office officeJNO JNO i BARTOW NOTICE No order from this office will bo recognize in settlement unless signed by hORN L BARTOW I PROVO CITY AUG 31 1894 TKALTOES TO UTAH There are traitora to Utah who seek to destroy eithei ber good name or the worth of her productions It is charged that free wool will destroy the sheep industry We are often warranted in the effort to establish the truth in pleading a negative and this is one of those occasion The McKinley tariff clidiiot raise the price of wool On the contrary wool steadily declin...

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 August 1894

f < h = DEMOCRATIC ADDKESS To the People of Utah Delivered at Salt Lake City en Saturday June 10th by I the Territorial Be AOcratic Convent Resolved That as the convention was not called to make nominations or formulate a platform of principles the following be adopted as the sentimen of the convention to be presented i 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 demociatic party as enunciate 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 privi eges to none of tue greatest possible liberty to every individual compatibl le with the public welfare of the advance ment and support of home industries of the maintenance of local Beltseven ment to the fullest rightful extent and of a strict construction of the m ional constitution We are in favor 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. — 31 August 1894

Awarded Highest Honors Worlds > DPRCES i nl ea11Baking uPowder < e only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder No Ammonia No Alum ised in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard tHE I EVENING DISPATCH PROVO CITY AUG 311894 THE name of Dcutro la likely to again be a prominent one on robe lips otattorneve in the FIrst District court Alfred Doutre baa been beld to await the action of the grand jury on achaice of beefing a heifer belonging to Hill Hamilton of Suake valley His son Alfred was mixed up in the affair but he was discharged by Justice Cropper of Deseret before whom the preliminary hearing was had This name Doutre is lamiliar to DISPATCH readers who will remember the murder case in which a man by that name a relative of Alfred was defendant SILVER is looking up ON Wednesday morning at Nephi the family and friends of Mrs John Norton widow were horifled to find her lifeless body in bed She had diM during the night A year or so ago her husband was billed by being thrown against a tree...

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 September 1894

j VLITlYiJl 1 i71 I 4 < 0 T H E E r V N N I < D I P AT I I No 235j Vol 3 PROVO CITY UTAH SATi t SEPTEMBER It I 1894 PRICE FIVE CENTS A COPY HOWE TAFT j Wholesale Grocers The Merchants of Southern Utah Especially those of Utah Co wiilflnd it to their Advantage to Trade with u mf IP fy K3i Jk IF I HOWE J TAFT J WHOLESALE GROCERS J Provp Utah P THE VANDERBil TS 1 I Their Family Troubles Are Being Freely Talked of 1 I WAITE IS DISCHARGED I But the Other Uefendanta in the Con I spiracy Vase are Held Murder Will I Oat A Deleware Man Arrested Who Killed the Victim of His Criminal Lust Two Years o I CHICAGO Aug 31The Herald says Mrs W K Vanderbilt has been un popular socially for a long period Two I summers ago at Newport comment on the flirtation between Mrs Vanderbilt I and O P Belmont was very general and unfavorable and only the immense I wealth of the family kept condemna J tion down They were constantly to gether and he was one of the few vis itors admitted the marble house Thei...

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 September 1894

THE EVENING DISPATCH iomf L BARTOW Editor and Prop l Entered at the Post office at Provo Utah for ransmission through the malls as second class matter The office 01 TJIE EVENING DISPATCH is ocatod half block north of the First National Bank Al communications should be addressed to THE DISPATCH Provo Utah NOTICE MrE S Uowey is a regular solicitor and collector for the Daily and SemiWeeky DISPATCH His contracts and receipts will be dtlv respected by this office officeJNO JNO i BARTOW NOTICE tfo order from this office Kill be recognize in settlement unless signed by OJORS L BARTOW PROVO CITY SEPT 11894 GET UP AND RUSTLE Military victories are only won by fighting except where strategy some times supercedes the necessity of fight ing Political victorias are only won by iitstling tor votei The worth of the principles contended for cut an im portant figure in the matter but the soundest principles on earth if they are not urged will be of no avail Now f the democracy of Utah have the caus...

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 September 1894

> DEMOCRATIC ADDRESS To the People cf Utah Delivered at Salt Lake City on Saturday June 16th by the Territorial Da ocratio Convanti Resolved That as the convention was not called to make nominations or formulate a platform ot principles the following he 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 deniedtic party as enunciated in the national platforms and imbed ded in tile harts of its members We uie emphatically in favor of equal lights to all and special privil eges to none of the greatest possible liberty to every individual cQmpatible with the public welfare of the advance ment and support of home industries of the maintenance of local eelfyovern 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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