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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 14 September 1886

II I I y E i illKMAL AND tLOSINU Ot MAlt S 1 it the Silt rike Cltr Poitofflrc UNITED STATUS osTarncit j SALT I AKK CITY Utah April 1 1880 I I ARRIVE CIX E J k i fr 7 Ullfornl aU11 Wct 11100 am 10 Im tltalaau1 lorth 1 730am g 8i St Itt t j 1 j e I u leul Utah I IO Im I i li C I t 11 Utah 6fJO pm I 620 am IIluKham Utah 610 Im 6 O am Ithern Utah 650 pm 620 am II I Thu aboe Is stautar mouulalU time W C 11KOWK Postmaster i > bllver Quotations 11 Culrecle1 Italy VVclli largo tiCo I Hc I lverNewYork < HI New York per tOlb9 170 < Slver Lndou 4It I I 00 VI JOIS J i Nuoohiln hire been hronsht in to dnj I 11 Jim the Penman nt tho Ihoitio to I j nltht 1 Ihowirm Hpoll is briiuliiK lake bathing I In viuoonooiuor II I docket 1 hero this was morning nothing on the 1iliou Ouuit Iho D 1 Su I Q his ujonud nn uipicBS I iflloo in the Walker Opel Houso bnlldiii Our Huoiety will ho performed by the I I 1iduier ooiuinny nt thu luentro to m iri iw jl i I j niaht Salt Ijtko will ho woll ronroiontoJ ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 15 September 1886

lt Jakt lBbt1ti11g cmect y l SJEBOCMNTD EXJ XTICC > N 445 E LVI I 1 I ± YA y IVNO 13 SALT LAKE OITY UTAH WEDNESDAY I SEPTEMBER Jo 1885 FIVE CENTS 1M HE DEADLY CHOLERA CftS U It Decimates Austrian Towns Oil Heartrending Sights 7 ANtPPEAL TO THE G A R Jt telnl of tile Murder of Ilio tln > or IIJ tt SI < > trKm St IjOHUTUn Uiitoiiibcd V Minor Not llclcimcil lolllr From tlio ricctlnii In tlnliir LN I t tlnllgtmiit Ulioliru II AI LONDON Sept 15Cliolortt IR gnltiliiK l I II I ground in Austria It is worst lit Leo vII I I II I fiieo near ARrnm Of nino hundred inhab 1 UV itnnUtof the vlllnRO ninety have been stricken down About novemtjoiRht of them died almost immediately Iho people dis trust doctors and conceal the mok at long tI1 Vln nsrposaible iho denture ore frequently I OrIHI J I stoned in tho streets In ono house n mother nnd daughter were found half naked on tho bnro floor writhing in tho agony of dcntli nndin another loom lay tho body of tho VTII father on which hud bee...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 15 September 1886

v I I i ntt nftc CUUY d wItNEMDysEtr111IERjr 1880 rke lellHred liT cArrier 7rel per month L By malt I yeAr 7ro r mOlllh 100 8 too nth UN flTraiVekly 4 11 per jrciirU eight mouths II lour montho Ivcrllllg ratca luruhhcl At oRlee l HALT IAKS UKMOCRATCOMIMNY OiUocCJ ftud 71 H Second South Street I I Tin G A it AiiKAi I L When Die Chiiitian minister 1incli of Mississippi i wiolu his Immortal poem The Itluc and Ito t Oraytio most beau tiful sentiment It was inspired hy Ho action of Northern lulie placing flowem oil the gravel of tlio Confederate dead I ° and is liS follows Xo more stinll the warcry Hover Or the wiutliiiK I river be red 1I They banIsh our atiRer forever r Wueu they laurel the Braves of our dead Under the sod and the dew Waiting thin judgment day Toara and lovo for the Blue lovo uud tenrs for the Orny j Now lifter twonlysix year COIl1UII thc cry for help from the people of Charles Jo ton In tho harbor of which wac fired the I shot which made the Will u fact and through tim...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 15 September 1886

ADS 4 RAILROAD8 al It iKcenic Line of the World 1000 ialt Iaka DA11 isSffpVERklO K t GRANDE 1 11 a fl 8D1I1r Western Railway oEipre i lIy aUd UI tJ s 2 N SHARp Universally conceded to bu Oen UI I THE POPULAR gassenger Route llctwucii Ilic in t nnd Vmc V RailV Y8 follovn nmSj C ± o Only T ino 1 t Hi JBetyTecu Ogden Salt Lake and Denver II lor I iWittiout Cliaiigo of Cars 1 I f ° ntoC I prfglntoC < ce er J lcCe lo expcnici J ho O1y etween Sal Lake and Chicago DEUGEI Il J y Mgjtnlnit One Change of Cms O i Tiie Only Line between the West of uOUho Enst Running Through Sat E EOHl 1 f5illman H AND Buffet OB VA I Sleeping Gars 11 3li all Through Passenger Trains EST ailUU yjgSrbe Only Line from Salt Lako Oily run ROUTE niuglSlcepliiir Carl tree for the use of JVW u LA Ticket psHengers holding Second class and Emigrant rERN 0111 hO Atlantic Exproos Laves Ogden dally at 945 n in Leaves Salt Z Lake City dally at 1110 a m Dl rect connection litdl J o bf Is made at Pueblo aud Dcnv cr for Omah...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 15 September 1886

I 4 I I I UIIIIVAI AM UOSIMI OF 3IAIIS it tlii > tit ike Cllr oitoffire UMTKD BTATBS I out > rriCF I J StLTl 1 tKkOITV ARRIVF Wall 1rCfAM1 1 CLOOF I t rn 7iWj i 7i i 1IIIIIorniR Rlld Wet 11100 am 10 Im 1 I Imtana allt orth 110 7 JO nm II II n EMt roo m 1010 Rm j Oltlrll mah 1I00m 710 Roln I tlell Utah 740pm 430pm 11 Iark City 740 m 730 a1I1 1 I owelo CUll lit 130 110 010 am 6IOam I I IItR Utah 6rom r UIII haJl1 IItnh 00 111 610 am f O I 050 110 620 nm The alJoc h tallllar mOllutall1 ttme I h I W C 1I110WI Iootmr I I bilvor Quotations I Ourrerleltlall 1 > by VV ell Fargo A Co1 I I I I New orkt er 100 IM 4 iO < MIlTir Ncw ork 5J Jtd I Silver Lon < Ion 41 IOCVI JOTS I llin nonlliur Htlll Rrows vvnrnier I I Our Society nl tho llicntro lo niflil ftl 1 ho Ioitoflloo in i to bo lighted by luoan 1 ilesccnt Ininpn f 1 ho Palmer Oouipnnj KOCH 1 nut over tho U JL 1C 0 Tridnj lo ilrtyH nuotntlons Hliow nnotlior HHO In silver It IB I now Uljf i Iho wlfa of Irobnto Judue Smith died...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 16 September 1886

lt Jnkt bt11i11g Jtm t nt SECC > NI > > EI > > ITJC 445 E8 DfI Mf lVuNO H SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 10 188G FIVE CENTS uuu HE NORTHERN PACIFIC IISlIrf SJS Eoad Makes a Pino Show I ng for Ono Yoais Work OOM2S TO GRIEF itouilicil lllitirs Sllll liui > rU o il In IcniK Kunlu lloxlcnii ijiilepontloiict l iij Hu ppn lon Irl < liro Hicult Ito n N r Nil nOt Inrtlin llIlIon 8anA < TO > j 1n Sept If The work of bur Int throuali tlio pillar I U the Mnrvino conl ttll ralno wliere tlio oonl w 9 somo twenty feet thick for tlio pnrposo of nicertnining aomo thlnjj definite na to tlio fnto of the entombed miners was proceeded with with vigor this COcti tt lotnt morning nnd tho drill win not long in of lrH footing 1 mi eiitrniOQ oh tho opening beyond When this wns dono however it was found V that instead of the nir mailing in as it had been hoped it wontd the gai camo out As no possible Rood could bu accomplished by farther work nt this pjint it wns Rtoppcd I ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 16 September 1886

att thc tmo nt i1ttIUBDA BEITEMHEK I 10 16C rice I delivered by carrier Gets per raoiitl lly mall 1 year I7SO > 6 moiitln l 00j 3 11I0111111 SLOO HlmlWeeklr 3 per rear 2 eight months II t four month dvcrtlnliig rales furnUhid at office SALT IKI DIKIOCRAT COMPANY ontreM and 71 V Y Second Mouth Street I I h TIIKOHY VS PUACTICi 1 The horriblu story wlredover the cOlin r try from Scranton Pennsylvania telling b of the burying alive of several coal J miners by a cavoln In a mine III that rity shows the inutlllty of allowing men of little or no education lo he sworn In and net ns mine Inspector us Is icqulred under the Iennsjlvanla State lawn Hi thpso laws each year candidates for the position of I mine Inspector congregate at Ilttsburgi all1 are there given a set of I f printed questions tho answers to which they must write in ptusencc of till Com I mlssioneiH of Mines and from the re c turns the writers are selected to fill va I cancies in the tanks of mine inspectors 1 and theso lir...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 16 September 1886

I RAILROADS Jo JIvv fI R f Scenic Line of the World I o Qj I l j DENVER RIO GRANDE 1111I hi LhDln lat7aJ Western Railway lab No Lt 1 Il p Rp Universally conceded to bo 1ew8 o 1 THE POPULAR Passenger Route M I lletiiccn Ilio Lint mid rit WI Tiio Only Xjlxa0 11 00 It I Between Ogden Salt Lake and Dourer IOOh lP ill SEtllout Change of Cars 11 I icaub fc u pe f 1 Jllio Ozxly xaino t Mlnlla iDetwocu Bait Lake awl Chicago T 1 Wltlrbnt j Ono Cbnngo of Cars f I The Only Line between tho West F I andltho East Running Through Salt Lako City Pullman Buffet OHK UllmanA V I Sleeping Cars On all Through Passenger Trains andtl SWI imi XflT The Only I Ino from Bait Lako City ruu TTE tiluglHIcciiliiir Cam Iree for the use of Ilallen ers holding Second class and Emigrant Tickets OITIE I oss ossTho Atlantic Express Leaves Ogden dally at 9 45 a m Leaves Salt Et NVl tvncesefl Ttt Lake City dally i at 1110 a m Direct connection U i made at Pueblo and Dem er for Omaha Kan ass city and all points East HKTh...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 16 September 1886

j I J nhc I 1 i THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 16 ftG ii U I mUVAL XXD CLOSING OK MAILS II the Silt Like City Poitofflrf I f UNITED HTATU 10SToFFICR SALT IAXK CITY Utah April I 1tSG1 ARRIVR CIOR ii ii iiI I 740 pm 730 Lm l > Caillornia all1 Wr4 1100 om I 430 pm II MOlllall arid North 740 pin 7M3 am I Ii A H U Eiut tOO pm 1030 am I Ij Ogler Utah II00m 730am cI i I Ogdeu lark lily Wali fg pm pm I 730 130 pm am ToocleCotitity 3Opm 620am t i t I lIa Utah 6Opm I 620am 6 8 Ulngharn Utah 500 pm 620 am i I Southern Utah 620 pm 620 am 1 I Tho bovo Ia I staIIdarl moulIlln limo j I I IV C 1I110WF lolmader Silver Quotations f ICoircituil dally by Wells Kargo A Col I II I 11 j teat New Yorkper 1W lbs I 470 I f < llrerNework js4 ii 1 I Sliver IMatoi 11 LOCAL JOTS r Sonlod 1 Instructions nt the Thonlro to i 1 I IIlght I k Joseph Story was admitted to citizenship fi in the Third District Court yesterday 1d j Tho imlo of senti for tonights perform 1 I r ance nt tho Theatre tInS been very heavy I Jolm Lemo...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 17 September 1886

I I I i i 1 lt 1tltkt tUt11iug mocat tito EcI3 > ED ITJCJ N445E = DI lor > I i L IVuNO 15 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 17 1 1886 FIVE CENTS t D 1 ASSASSINS WORK Tlie Roumanian Prime Minis ftor Shot nt by a Crank ROASTING LORD CASTLEREAQH 1I I1 OK lot tin Onlil SoilHit ICiiMsluii IiI MciiiriiN it the Irciich CJcn cralN luflllc till flf the llut lie Cztit lllihlK stiirin tlUpl1 Nhnnlnnllo BhJOIZAftES Sept 17BrILuwtho Houiuon aan Irlino Minister wns shot at last evening by assassin lie perceived the man s In tontion in time to spring out of the path of o his aim tiLe bullot struck Uobesco n inoin ber of the Clmrahor of Deputies and I Ii wounded and locked him I up Tie Iho confessed assassin that was for arrested poUt nd lonl reasons ho intended to kill Uritnno The weapon used was n pistol BitoiiAiusr Sept 17rite attempt to as BMsinnte Brltauo has produced a great ex citement among the people Crowds sur rounded the building occupied by the only newspaper hero which has bee...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 17 September 1886

1 I tIt Inr c tm t nt FKIDAY SEPTEMUEU 17 1BBU I Price delivered by Sarrlbf 75cU > of InSrith Br mall 1 year 17 W C months M 00 8 mouths liOO Stml Weekly W per rcor U eight months fl tour months Advertising rates fiirulshed at office SALT I 4KB DFXOCRATC OMPANY It OtHce 09 and 71 W Second South Street f M ll AN INCmATLVS SHAMK I I In addressing tho Antl Saloon Conven f tion In Chicago vcsterda ex Senator j Vlndomof Minnesota claiming for him j Bolt and his auditors that they had no A is Intention of forming a third part and 1 tint they wore working as true blue He publicans tinroiig other iraalrn ild I think that such thought does not enter I the minds of any other delegate hero present iho pirty that freed tho slave that dignified it human labor that onnotod tho homestead laws that suppressed tho grout rebellion that d e I1mc countrys honor in 1 potioo If and advanced It to tho front rank ot the na r i j tions of the earth lflood enough for me 1 i How long oh Lord will this sort...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 17 September 1886

RAILROADS vvvvvvvV It 1 Scenic Line of the World I 000 Ienll hHVER RIO GRANDE I Lake D rue Western Railway Itt1hNor rd RAn Uulvertally conceded to be Gen THE POPULAR Hssenger Route I Rallw r itelvveoii ttiu Him and WeU allow II Oxvly Xjlxio Ill I Between Ogdeu Salt Lake and Denver all Without Change of Cars ana Cln 10 Le rr Ii Oaaly XJXLO IEn I llctwceu Salt lake and Chicago nil One Clmugo of Cms f 0 he Only Line between the West 1 the East Running Through Salt LakTTplly Bullman Buffet UllmanA AND 1 OIlltl Sleeping Gars n u all Through Passenger Trains > Tandi ITTmti S9Tbe Ouly Llue from Halt Lake City rnu JUTE ulug5SUcei Cum tree for tho Uae 01 eIlRersholdlug Second class and Emigrant Tlcketi N Cl TI The Atlantic Express I I LeavesOgden dally at 0 45 a m Leaves Salt I Luke City dally at 1110 a in Direct couueetlou is inado Pueblo Bud Denver for Omaha Kan ao City and all points East fj JhTho Pacific Express Arrives nt Salt Lake City from the East at 4 83 llnntni apmfand leaves fo...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 17 September 1886

I nll ill I = I j j UUIIAL AXD CIOSIXU ot 3IAII at th Silt 1lh CII podomr I UNITED BrATU lo roFFICE 841T IAKR CITY Utah April I lAM I K t I a n k r1 IJJ6 g t 0 t It o a l 500 pm 1030 am Ogdon Utah am 730 am r r IWa I mg g i I wraJbfa IUI 1 g II I IIlngham Utah 500 pm 620 am 1 I Monlhern Utah 60 m 620 am The ahove Is tandarll monutalll limo J W 0 IIlIOWE lo tma ter j Silver Quotations I Ontrcctud dally by Wells Fargo OOJ I Iend Now Yorkper 100 Ids 4 70 Ii krl r f r Silver New York > > l t SIlTcr London 41 1315 MCAli JOTS < I I Tlie hottest day In weeks ii 11 Iho dullest day in months No colmbs wore disturbed today f Lake Pork still draws oat n good number of people eaoli day A postofllco ling boon established at Ver r unle Ulntab county l The registration lists of the 1iftb Pro oinct close tomorrow Hollander has a watah 23C years old on Ifi exhibition at big store r The A M Palmer Company may always bo sure of a welcome hero l Tbe Palmer County left for the East over i I I r...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 18 September 1886

Lt lt 1t kt bt11ing JBtm t t o IIlp etl SECC > NIJ EJJ XTJCJN 445 P JVI IVuNO 10 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 18 1886 FIVE CENTS RI r A NOTED ARTIST Asher B Duraiid Dies Leav < ing a Priceless Legacy f THE CONTINENTAL CENTENNIAL lleri I iitfli rrlM In Dublintil Italian I Ilr laiinrr Sulislvls I nil j 1Ilm nil U liter I rlrimliil ou Jclati ot HIP Knlclilv inplnr Unith of u Nol1 111 NRW YonK Sept 18Ashor 11 Durnnd perhaps the oldi t ineiioiii piintor of note diod yestord lay at his homo in South Orange N J He was born in 171G at Jefferson IT Y His first noticeable work w IH the en graving of irnmbulPs well known picture Declaration of Independence which ocou L E pied him thrco j ears In 1811 ho nbnndoned 1 f oth II lul ol tho graver for tho brush having boforo this i Scotland become n fioquent conlributoi of pirtraits and landscapes in oil I to the National Academy les Design exhibition l At first ho devoted himself to portraits and figure subjects hut turned his atten...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 18 September 1886

J > ult fi thc tm rld HVrUHUAY BKlTUMIIIUt It 18SC Irlce delivered by carrier 76cls per month Jt Uy mall 1 year 1760 6 mouths 1100 3 mouthuOO mlVe2oVly 1pi je Ar i U eight mouth J t 1 fOllr 1II0ulh L Advertising fates liirnlshcil At omee SAITLAKK DEMOCRAT OMIANY Offlce CD ami 71 W Second South Street I r Till MoIJLAIN OAHi i The attention of nnny oIllccrH pnrtlu o nltrly l thofo who feel their porsoiuil dig nity to ba disturbed by press criticism of tim offlccrH who lit ntiy tiino wero en f r gagd In tho diaio mill capture of lor i I i onlmo It called to tim following Chey I ennu special to tho Doinor Nms of tho f IHtli lust us It is calculated to chow that Homo army officers and oliltinia grad uates ut that arc imbued with all tho f weaknesses and meannesses that ulllict I common htlmanity and Hhoiild therefore 0 receive a newspaper roasting ocoasion > r allY for tho benefit of tlio moril atmos 1 pliero of the army and thu information of t t tho common cent hs who pay IIIXCH ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 18 September 1886

RAILROADS Scenic Line ol the World I Diiy1 jniC l l DENVER RIO GRANDE lkebt 11171 r Western Railway lah xo l I RI Inlvcreally conceded to be Jen180r THE POPULAR Passenger Route I alkiI I I 11 till iisi nnil Vvit Tlio Oaaly Xjino i It Between Ogclcu Salt Lake an 1 Denver II Without Cliango of Cars f ia rel ellfIt t s eIlW Only Xjiuo It I 1ltetweeaSalt Lake and Chicago With lint Ono Clmngo of l Cars j I 4Jrho Jrho Only Line between tho Wost r MdJtho East Running Through Salt Lake City i Ru11man Buffet OJIII AND Y 7 Sleeping Cars t Ti all rhrpugu Passenger Trains 1 alldf Hriie Only Hue from Bait ake City run UTE tnlu iglSlcciiliiir Cnr I rcc for the use of t I < seuiiors bolting Second cla s and Emigrant TICI < s k OITII Tho Atlantic Express lescee Ogilcn dally at 94 a m Leaves Salt an I ltale Clty dally at 1110 a m Direct connection J iatt54O lit 1uelo and Denver for Omaha Kan t city and all P ° UU East II trho Pacific Express Arrlve at Salt Lake Clt from the East at 435 p tri7a...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 18 September 1886

Ii A II illHITAI AND CIOSIMI UK MAILS I i t the Silt L ate Cltjr IoatoClrc CN1TFD STATES IOITOI FICE I SALT LAKE CITY Utah April 1 l M1 AHRIVE cro n inf fj 8i fil IJalllorlllaand WeL I 30p1n l1O fl h I I Oglen lIIah a1n 730 am Ogden Utah 740pm j Opm I g I ti ii 1la Utah pm 620 lIm 1 fl NJtI I I g fhe above 19 ialillard m01l1l11l1ll III W C HltOWE Postmaster I Silver Quotations fCotfcclud dally by Wells Kartto A J70 l 11 IeailNcwYorkperlOOlhs 81lver Now York Q43 Mllver 101111011 11 io LOCAL JOTS iR1 llio llolieminn Clnb Is bourn to boom i Tlio wonluor still continues to grow warmer 1 1irmforo is I the next attraction nt tho Theatre I I llio prosecution of U 0 cities begins on Monclny morning J Tho evenluK aro very propitious for driv I ing and liorscbnok riding h llio light between Blndo and McOonnKl 1 8 iAet iA t at tho Opera House lonlght I I Imrs JeiiBon win admitted to citizenship i In tho Third District Court to day I Minnie Hauk suna in concert at Jlutto f i during tlio week Sh...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 20 September 1886

I 5 A EI aLt Xakt tbt11ing l mecvat + 11e i1 SECC > NJ > > E mTJC > N 445 F Da at Parlor H VOL IVNO 17 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY SEPTEMBER 20 1880 FIVE CENTS LR1J SUElVANHEflRLD FIGHT < < 4J 4RIH ThoJSoston Bruiser Boats the Philadelphian i in Short Time l A A ULOODY RIOT IN PITTSBURQ VIipitct Httilthv 1111IIer ilUnllllcn Still III Dnubtllio I rrlrlllllill Conclude nl ICnlslilv Tciiitilnr lleclN nl Si I nulN rise Milllvanlleurlel I 1 IH PirrSBUno Sept 18It wns ua l Ii when S Hearld witered tim ring aid exactly 10 oclockwhon the referee called time Both men sprang lightly forward and shook hands = rt giving t the audience their first opportunity t 2toinAltey nn to compare them closely Sullivan weighed J03 pounds and Hen rid 3LEI 185but it was hard to believe that there was difference between a difference of only twenty pounds Scotland them The gloves I four ounces looked very small and everybody felt nr tll if tie intention was to slug it could be done with I terri...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 20 September 1886

± 1 f nU flfcdtc ffitutOtld1 MONDAY BElTUMliUK 20 1880 I Price delivered by carrier 75cH per month By mall 1 year 1780 G mouths 1100 3 C 1 mouths SemPw I eekl 288 i 1 pet year U eight months It lour monlh i Ivrrllslllll rale s furnished at office t HALT LAKE DKMOCKATCOMPASY OlHccO and 71 W Second South Street JOU11NAUSTIO CimSTNlTTS 4 I s f y Some days ago the morning Itepubll tr can organ actuated by one of those In 1 explicable desires to nay something Startling without a ghost of foundation for tho assertion which geniioccasion ally allects it opened to the wonder ing gaze of everybody who reads it n 1 f deep l l laid plot whereby Utah was lobe 1 admitted as a State next session on a t Democratic basis in order to strengthen h l that party i in tho Electoral College It I fi4 was not ono of the feelers frequently I Ir a used in tho profession to try tho other I I fellows position hut a genuine statement t that the bargain was made and the goods J ready for delivery To those who kn...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 20 September 1886

RAILROADa It Scenic Line of the World I iG1VER VMVER 80 GRANDE 1r 1 > Western Railway I t Uulversall concsded lobe THE POPULAR 11 i Passenger Route I ItctwCeI he lgif Uhlil Vct ilW1 X3a OxxXy Xjiixo I + > 1 I 0 I I SPireeii Ogden Salt Lake and Horn i r IIt I I k J Vithoul I Change of Oars ol 1 t J H JJI I Tho Only Xjliio Between Salt Lake and Chicago Ie WitlKbut One Change of Cars t 1 < 1i i The Only Line between the West j and the East Running Through Salt Lalte OIty jrrt Pullman Buffet EI II AND 1 1 Sleeping Cars 1 i r 011 all riirough Passenger Trains lfi il 1I jrlie Ouly Line from Salt Lake City run ilug1St6epIIIJ UarN Eros for the use of 4 paeugers liofdliig Secondclass and Emigrant T1etar Tit < The Atlantic Express eavoslOgdeu dally at 90n m Leaves Salt Lake City dally at 11 10 a m Direct connection Pueblo and Denver for Omaha Knit + SB S CUy and nil points East 1 i The Pacific Express Arrives Salt Lake City from the East at 4 V p m and leaves for Ogden at 4 45 p m...

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