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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 20 September 1886

j Ii L dl I AllltlUI AMI IIOSIMI < U MAW tt t the Silt I tie lllf I Ofitofflrc I 3A1TI UNH AKRCITV Hr1t Airll 1 8G1 ABniv CLO < S KutcriT T40p nT 730 a m Gallornla and VVc t llOOam ISOm Monlana and North 710pm 730am 1 t K ni ha t S 00 p in 10 30 a tn g gg It t Oglcn Utah 11 oo a m 7 0 a m r 74 Og leu Utah 7 10 p m 410 p m lIWR mgr r Park Lily 7 10 p m 7 30 a tn I Tioclefoiiiilj iWpm 020am Vita Utah Orom 20am Ulnplmm Utah r 00 p m 0 20 a m U lr8tN J Hoiihcrn Utah OfiOpm f20am 1 i Iho 1 alovo la l ntaii lard m mntniil time VV 0 IIIIOVVJ lostmastor t fJ 1 Silver Quotations GoreelmlllaUY hy 1eIA YRrKO I cOl 1 1 I ef 1J t M t I 1 flverIldoll 43 IHO 1 WUI JOTS Calantho Lodge members aro requested to be present to nltht I llio roof is being placed on tho now Wgh 1 J Iccnth district schoolhouse lhomarlyr mill is doing good worlc i and more grist will soon be wanted A runaway on Main street this morning I crcalcd a good deal of excitement but did no damage I Iho sale of lllshop lullle ...

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. — 21 September 1886

ICtitO uiii lt 1t akie flBbttli11g rnecat I t ParIor SECc NJ > > EJ > > JTX M445 EB DIIo Vtjl IYNO 18 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 21 1886 FIVE CENTS RD SWER CERTIFICATES I J 1Ibe Floated Simultan eously Over the Country i I sri r GRAND BANQUET OF I O O F wtl J r I Iariiell speech III Iltrllninciit III Supportnf IIIIIMitvnrSmith j Ililluilclphlii ImlrI1 < h < I A OnlilIllnnilrel tinnier I r I The Ncw Silver Certificate r k WASIIINOTOV bopt Arrangements nro be1y 3 l rDa f r IjeliiR made at tlio iroasury Depirtmout for S nn early distribution of the now silver cor 7 tifiontea which nru now being printed ns ajrapIdIya8posoiLJIo I The first batch of ono W 81I btt 91reo OraAfter dollar certificates was received nt tho Ireas nry Department today It consisted of E 1000 sheets nod amounted to 20 OJO llioy t oi 1 now need only tbo soil tI of the treasury Do partmont to be finished notes The bureau < niini i 3cotland fltoc eth atonal will continuo to print these ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 21 September 1886

ntt f1R tltC UUlrnt 1 TUESDAYSPTEMIIE1I 21 1BBO Price delivered by carrier 75cta per month lly mall 1 jcar 7W > G months 1100 3 inoutln J 00 SeralttecLly I 3 per year fi eight mouths tl four months Advertising rates furnished at oltice SALT IARB IlKifOCIUTHOMrANY 5 dr 1 OfllceOJ and 71 W Second South Street HIKH MKHNIOIIT J r I j Flu world stands agog nt the poiitlvo 11 statement of Herr liobnlolit of Ger I manrnow n viiitorln the United States that ho looked into the cases of tho I I Chicago Anarchists and they arcthe Anarchists not the ca esnot jnllly of I throwing bombs or inciting riot What f54 asses this court counsel and jury in these cases must hoi I What asses the Ameri i I can people must be not to have Been Urn ul i before herr Liolmiclit came among nsl jlfl Herr Lielmicht Is a member of tho Ger 1 th man Hcichslng or congress nod I I 11 is noted as a great Socialist leader i in Germany and ho addressed a j c gathering of Germans yesterday in New L 7 York who doubtless c...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 21 September 1886

r RAILROADS Jrw W U R Scenic Line of the World I OOQ ate DIII r lu 1 DENVER RIO GRANDE 72OLfl r roll It LIkej f prellM7 Western RaliwaYr ltJt d40 1I 43 p IIIARP Uulvenallr conceded 10 be OeD UI THE POPULAR Passenger Route Raiy Uetvcti the EaNt utiti Yct 101l0wl 19I I tplxo Uiy 111110 1 JBetween Ogden Salt Lake and Denver t o Ir alt perth 1001 Without Change ol Curs 1 igous cm It I il ° Lurel4J ptk eusci eW Oixly Xjluio tQHt J Between su Lake and Chicago 1 With but Ono Chnngo 01 Cms I 0 I 0 The Only Line between the West r I autllthe East Running Through Salt Lalte ity Builman Buffet OR II AND Cars 42 Sleeping On all Through Passenger Trains ST and f The Only Mae from Bait Lake City run OUTE UliJg1fUeepllll Cars tree lor tlio use of I tnKera holding Secondclass and Emigrant n plteUTf RN CIT 1 Hf The Atlantic Express Lcav IQgdeu dally at 9 43 am Leaves Salt I 1 Lake City dally at 1110 a in Direct connection U made at Pueblo and Dearer for Omaha Eon las City and all points East The Pac...

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. — 21 September 1886

l I i J lttt dtC mon nt t rUESDAY SEITEMUlm 21 1G AKRIVAfi AM CIOSIM 01 MAILS allhe l lIalt Uke Cltr Ionlofflc S uT TnTAJ 1t rFrC MG1 ARnIVl CIon gN rr lla vi fM f r lonlaUaalld Norlh 710pm 730am D H II Kaot 500 pm 10foO nm 8 ml IM I lIl1iy 1 l h l IRi g H g SOlllhern Ulnh 050 m 020 am The above olallilard moulllalf1 time W 0 DIIOWE Postmaster I i < Sliver Quotations Corrected dally hy Wells Vargo cOJ I Jill Lend Now Yorkper 100 Ibs I Silver Now York Sliver London 4 > 1316 JOVJ JOTS Ii Coloa clrciiH tomorrow nfternoou mid I evening I Tho laying of brick on tho now Gullen Ii building him commenced A now nBnhnltum ksl in being jilnoed In front of Colin Urothora Btoio Jnek Burke the pugilist passed through I Ogdcn yesterday on his WilY west i Ii A blast of 300 koga of powder was ilrod nt the quarry of the Utah Limo nnd Cement 1 Company this morning i F 0 Mason pleaded not guilty tu the charge of vagrancy in the Police Court this morning and the case was continued I I The heat li ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 22 September 1886

I = t lt 1E kt fbtning mecat etItOll SECC > NX > > ESDiaX > N < 4s46 IE3 ME 3 arlors II OLe IVuNO 19 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 22 1886 FIVE GENTS D DARNELL DEFEATED t t His Land Bill Knifed by a 1 Vote of 297 to 202 AFATAL WIND I SQUALL H Thc rlciuilal incline lit St I < > uIN JiI orlirjliic qiiliiinult ltrlllfli I oliimblu I ho rurtliiiuiikc Still Slinking Ohiirlritoii Irloli Hints I A I HiLL Ulinl vimill r Br JOHNS Sept 2J During n violent gM Routlierly gala last night the British schooner Little Gem struck by an off headland squall keeled over and Immedi nL1 ately sank She was ladoi with Hour Ilio After disaster occurred off the precipitous ohfts of Blackhead in Boone rI1lrI iwo lady E E passengers wore drowned Iho crew wore saved by clinging to tho bottom the small Hand boats r Till 1AM BILL 1MII 01 ID 4 1 PnrucIIH Hill Defeated III tlielluusc 4 of auimniis by n Vote of 507 to 202 XiONDON Sept 21 Lordllaudolph Church Ill in the House of Commons...

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. — 22 September 1886

idt lthc nont I WEDNESDAY BKPTCMUEIl 22 1880 t II J r Price deliverJ bjr carrier 75cts per month Dy mall 1 year 1760 6 months < 00 S moithl 1200 If I I 8ttnMV > cUy J1 per year U eight months II lour monthi t I i Advertising 1 rates furnished at office SILT LIKE DEMOCRAT COMPANY andHN g OmceCO and 71 W Second South I Street 4 t i L MArrims or STATE f 1 The DEMOCRAT seldom transfers mi JIII i others writings in their entirety to its i columns believing Hint a now presenta 1 tion of any subject is better than present I 1 I ing It in the same dress but the follow I ing is so pointed true and ailembracing on the seal fisheries and other troubles I and coming an it doe from n RemlofTiclnl I i 3 I source Hie Washington 1ott that wo I I gladly publish it entire 1 believing it will bo mifllfiont answer to ill tho callings J 1 of renegade Americans who sink their i j I countrys welfare in their petty jealousy jjt of better men who have wrested power 1 i and control from their hands It ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 22 September 1886

i RAILROADS It iScenic Line of the World 1 lOOt tIb DENVER RIO GRANDE i J IWestcrn Railway relit L1 < Hi4t h eriu1 rd Universally conceded to be JlIAUI Oil THE POPULAR Th Passenger Route I Q1 ItiMiciii the I nut mi el Went foflg1 isSt1110 C > > M y Lll1o f 3H8BetTeoii Ogden Bait Lake and Denver ItILOILt Change ol Cars or all gom It I tte cee i Tlio Only 3U1300 ftGERit ft 1 jjBetween Salt Lake and Chicago yIflJnIt Ono Change of Cars t Oc JfiJrhe Only Lino between the West aid the East Running Through Salt Jiake City Bullman Buffet 1 r 0 I I Ii AND AV 1 Sleeping Cars f ou all Through Passenger Trains STar 1 Tbe Only I lue from Halt Lake City run tOUT 1uglSIee1 Cur free for the use of penKerhot ng Second class and Emigrant 1 Tlckets nN C jTho Atlantic Express I cares Ogden dally at 945 am Leaves Salt tl i t 11 Like Olty dally at 1110 a m Direct connection r AIa inade at 1ueblo and Denver for Omaha Ken hltone City and all points East < < ho Pacific Express Arrftet at Salt...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 22 September 1886

11 I i I ldt dtC jt1U nt ii j II WBDNESDA SIWllmJllm 22 18BG l I nnnvAi AMI UOSIMI UP MAILS p ot the Salt Like Illr Poitofflfc I I TI UNITJn STATF losroFFIC SALT IKF CITY Utah April I 1856 I ARRIVE CJOSR 8 j itii8i r r iji 7ro m California ntil West Il 100 Bm 430 pm Montana and North 740 pm 730 Bm I U 1 It H 0 East 500Im 1030 am Ogden Utah IOOBm 730Bm 0 U1i1 Utah 710 pm 430 pm F r lark City j 710 pm illJ am I lInty I zleuilfll I g g ti t Ologliam i Utah oopm I G0am ol1lhern > Utah G50 pm G20 am Thoab1 Ii Sti1 iiiFitnouutaiu i time W 0 1 JJlWII PoslmRler 3 l Corrected Silver daily by Quotations Welt Fargo A Col b I 11 j I 11 Icail eli Yorkner 100 bbs 4 M I j Hllver Now York > I fSJi SIlver Landau 41 i i I l I LOCAL JOTS 1 Dont turbo tho CiictiH idc Wi I Iliinfuro on Saturday nftornoon aud s1 i 4 evening p I J Silver wn quoted nt Hi9 in Now York Th 1 it I City today i There la little travel over the throng roads at preBOiit The briokwork on the Cullon liuildlnj ia going up at n ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 23 September 1886

nit 1 akc fbttting 18tm itt 1 S EC < J NX > > EI > > ITJC N445 FB 1 o atp ni v8S IVuNO 20 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 21886 FIVE CENTS u a B lB FATAL COLLISION Two Engineers Killed in a j Missouri Smashup i THE POLITICAL POT DOlLING flic Ircililtnl U lid IIri Iciilitnil Arrlti ill Die W lilK Ifnuxii AgLIII L A Ncirro ItitpiNt I > ill llccllllti later 1ciiillclnii oniluir IIoiiu r A latal nlllnliin KAMIIS CITY Sept 22 Inofioitjit Indus on tho Missouri 1ntillo Itnllrond collided thin morning thirty miles cnst of this oily The two trnma met on n curve cud were do iii railed George fowloa and John Light I of IUoon < fin ITIlennfr 4 Sodalin engineers of the trains wore both killed mid the two firemen were injured I L 1J The curs took flro mid about ree were burned with their content Seven wore II > i SeoUl loaded With hogs cattle mid sheep which l were burned or maimed and many of the Dr oaroassos were burned Passengers trains m nt1 were delayed several...

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. — 23 September 1886

aU nhc cmnttnt c TIIUHSDAY fHI1E UlEIt 23 II86 Irlcc delivered carrier 75ct per month lly null 1 car 760 0 months IOO S monllis UoJ I Siml Hcekl 3 per rrnr Weight mouths II lour moulh Vdvcrtllng rates furnished nt office HAIT LARK DEMOCRAT COMPANY unlco0 J3 nud 71 W Second South Street I J IMIOIIIIHTION I If tim recent howllng8 of llojiiiblicnns r 1 in Muino nnd Chicago mean nmililnf I they mean that tho Itcpubllcnn party 4 f I will nmko Prohibition tho leading issue f I In j the coming cinvnss for President and to that end they will devote all the means i at thoir cfjinmind and jiliuno themselves I j il on their siii > erotra iitmlity of jollinctm III it and sanctity As has aha > s been tho 11 t I f case that pirty Hill appeal to a false Ben i 1 tlmoiit of holiness rather than consult 4 j the interests of the people at largo and c i for the applause and support expected JLw l from tho goodvgoody portion of the I I I t people they will sink tho true oininer fr P I ci il Intore...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 23 September 1886

1 RAILROADS I s l Scenic Line of the World I t ry la III DENVER RIO GRANDE dl eDi Western Railway Rt 2 p I i Universally conceded to be Q THE POPULAR passenger Route I qQo if IIIee the Ent ud Wet ailw II 1 h t n 122c Only Xiixxo u j llllwecu Ogden Salt Lake and Deuvc l njrout Change ol1 CAIN I luni ceV PtJ o OnXy JCjlxxo Between Salt Lake and Chicago IoIIDIj Wilirimt One Change of Cms l l The Only Line between tho West i Il d tho East Running Through Salt LakaOity Pullman Buffet OHI2 AND y Sleeping Cars tflaIT hrough Passenger Trains and e Only lAne from Halt Lake City run ITE iifi giI IUlhtJ r Guru tree for the use of f aangr nollIng Second clas and Kmlgrant Tte e i OUt rh Atlantic Express Leayayitogaon daily at 9 45 am Leaves Salt in LaklOlty dally at 1110 am Direct connection U made ai Pueblo aud Denver for Omaha Kan JIRI Clty and all point ler Z TJie Pacific Express Air1vaAL Salt Lake City from the East at 485 1 1 l pua clad leaves for Ogden at 4 45 p m making 11111 1 connection...

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. — 23 September 1886

j I lttt nht tmor t 1 t8DAY IHWlElI1mm > IlfJlJ timtur AM UOSIMI of JHIIS II tlif sAlt Jab Cltr Pontofflfo UNITED STATIC 1 1 grr8M1 HUT I KK CITY Utah Vprtl 1 189C AllRtVK C0 r ifW rn pm 7i 1 Uoillorn ali < I West 1100 Rm 410 1m lontntU on < l orlh 740 pm 730 Rm n It II O t 600 pm O O am S lg ml IJirJ I g Irk Cll pm 730 Rm roelo COllllty 310 Im G2O Rm n g h m ii I olllhcrn mRh 650pm 62ORm 1 lio al i V 6T utaii < lIII 1 mountain time W C IIHOVVE lontmnstor t bllvor Quotations I Corrected dally by 1 Welli larRO A COJ I j 1 LcaiNoWiork pcrlOOlhs I 460 tl r Y or r Et 1 lIvcr Jrm < loll 4190 UJCJ 10 J IS Ilio llientioBtcpinro undergoing roptiirfl Iho ciiouH performs for Iho lust tin o fo nljJU Imnforo nt the Ihonlro Sntunlay after noon niul evening IJr Carver ninl nbout forty other mcmbors of Coles clions are nt tlio Valley Honso John Duo and John Jones onch paid f into the city treasury today for being drunk Sovon ooliibi obtained commissions ns 1 mnrtrjsiutlio I Ihird Di...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 24 September 1886

EI lt J kt QBbt11ing Jtm JVat L1ctlt SECC > N E XTJI0 > N445P 110 Parl0 IYnNO 21 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 21 188G FIVE OENTS RI I SLED ON THE RAIL I I fI Fatal Railroad Collision Oc < euro in Germany ALL QUIET IN CHARLESTON No Itncc llctuecii the Ualatca and I Rluyllouc r Intuiiiniila tliick lUll lied little III OhleniroThp rrloiiulal Jiiiuluie latill ItilllroiKl Collision DEIIUN Sept 24A train laden with Ger c man soldiers returning homo from btras burg and Vlsico after having completed their three vears service collided with an urmAttth other near tho Berlin depof today Three dto of tuo soldiers I wero killed l twenty wounded The collision was caused by mis I E 11 placing a switch > Gotland IMOUOPSLUMOMl UccUiiir ot the I lo Muck Com mIN rr Hlnii In Chicago OniaAOo Sept 23The State Live Stock Commission hold a long meeting with closed doors this the disposition afternoon and of cattle evening amlctod and with discussed plearo pneumonia in Chicago distilleri...

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. — 24 September 1886

l if It w att tJtc dJcUtOrld FRIDAY SElTElinEU 24 late rice Ocllvcrcd by carrier 78ct per month Hy mull 1 year 87x01 > n mouths 8100 3 months 100 t S miWeekly J1 per year 12 eight month II four months Advertising rules furnished at ofllre SALT LAKH DEMOCRAT I COMPANY onloeC9 and 71 W Second Sotitli Street I I r 1 HlWORTi TO Tin CHUHOII j What would bo tliouiiil of it Member I a r I 1 oi Cbngress from any district otilslilo of I c I Utah who should make II report of Ills s 11 Htowanhlilp on a Sabbath lay to the I 11 = is f Church of which ho might bo a member i tir d i Suppose Mr Wooilburn of Nevada i should arise In tho Catholic Church at 11 Virginia City and give an account of his acts during the List session of Congress r r in n part of the religious Hers i ccH of tho i I 11 I diy Wllllt 1101111 be salll of Mr Morrow of California if ho should apptu of a s 0 Sunday boforo tho congregation of tho 1 Episcopalian Church of San Trin mist of f which wo bclioo ho j is n inonibcr and ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 24 September 1886

P RAILROADS I Scehic i Line of the World 12 I 11t t DENVER RIO GRANDE b Western Railway l p Universally conceded to bo tt THE POPULAR Passenger Route I I i lIet won tlia I nil and VeNt t 11 Oiily Xilxxo Itl ItlI Between Ogden Salt Lake and Denver It Wjuiout Change of Cars I Ie i r3c Only Xjlxxo 3te Between Salt Lake and Chicago npW Wilhlbiit One Clinugo of Cms I 1 I The Only Line between the West t ftndjho J East Running Through Salt LakeTCtty T fV Pullman Buffet IH I1 manA AND r rI Sleeping Cars nit hrough Passenger Trains lIldt i Jho Only Line from Bait Lake City run T l4 iilueiMvenliiir cars Free for tho uso of taMOUgers > holding Sccoi ndclass and Emigrant TIckets > t 0111 VTiie Atlantic Express LcareslOgdcn dally at 9 15 am loaves Salt i tI Vneeft Si Lake Oltydally atll la m Direct Connection U I made at Pueblo and Denver for Omaha iCon tan City and all points Fast jTho Pacific Express Arrlvos ut Salt Lako City from tho East at 1 33 n i I Imiand leaves for Ogden at 445 p ...

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. — 24 September 1886

I JWt jtnt c tomcwnt FIUDAY BIUTEMHKU 24 1800 UtlllVAI AMI CLOSIMI OK JIUIS lit t tho Suit Luke Cltr 1ontofncc T L T T Hli rlc 811 AnRIe CIORn NI iII1 i r t 1nlobR ntHI Noth 740 pm 73 Rm II IE H G EMI 600 Im 1030 Rm m l I irg r 1kClly 710pm 730m Iir IhfRlIIt ggf 9Jrl 8II I f The Above III HtauJard mountain TmC W C BROWi Ioitmastcr Silver Quotations Corrected dally by Well Fargo tL Co J50 I tl Lead New Yorkpcr 100 Ibs 450 3llver New York 5J > e Sllrcr London v LOCAJj JOTS I Pinafore at the Thontru tomorrow nftcruoon nnd ocniii Smith the rirst South street fruit dealer announces firstclaM oystora nt fifty cents por can The cirous Inst nluht drew out nnothor d l rd tt g enormous crowd Hiolr encasement hns been n most successful one The man who says that a woman onnt jump 1ms yet to explain how Martha Priest I I fcardloy Rot on tlio other side of Hint 200 LIi bond i Jno II YoniiK chnirmaii of the Oalnntho I Amplified Committee requests nil of the I members to bo present nt the Cnstlo...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 25 September 1886

n t f tt aLt Jttkt tbt11i11g tmecat I till I SECC > NJt E ITIC > N445P 1VI ut 11 rrL 0 VOfi IVNO 22 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 25 1886 FIVE GENTS THEE NGUSHIYIAN WINS Benoli the Australian Sculler Easily Beats Wallace Boss I 10 I THE PLEUROPNEUMONIA OASE jTHE iroulcttic tint Hum to 110 1IIIIIIccI yii III Ictorln II HurilcrnuN J XI Czt tack on a liitc icr on the n ilcrffroiiiul IliilHiiij I t 1JM3 1 llgllhlllllllll Will c LONDoN Sopt 21In tho sculling match p 7r > 6 dnv between Win Bench of Australia N 1 rail Wallace Hois of Now Brunswick Ross nB beaten by four lengths Bench won the T oss for position nnel took the Surrey Bide Iter olrc1t ll voi ftoSI lrrt ro r 1 f the river Boasts was favorite in the bet tag P5 to 10 being placed on IWBt When lo H4 l1 lie signal wee given Horn was first nwny nit he led for only tho first six strokes and vhen Beech passed him end steadily ncrensod his lead until he was wo lengths ahead ut Valclcnn Ko3s parted and when Hammersmith...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 25 September 1886

w J J I ntt jnltc c1lt nt l BATUUDAY HEITHM Clt 2T ISMS iil f Irlce delivered by carrier 75ct per month r lly mall 1 year 7W C months H00i 3 mOllth UoJ 1 SMnliveokly l 1 per yrnrj 12 eight months 1J i 11 our month 3 M Idrcrtlilug rules furnished nt omce SALT LAKK DKMOCIIAT COMPANY r t 8 omceM and 71 V Second South Street I V i CALIFORNIA UKIUIJLIOANS 01 T 1OSKD TO 8ILVKU COINAGIO I I r J s Tlio NovatU Democratic ShUn Conven 4 tion administered wall merited robuko 1 to the Republicans of California in Iho d I following lan lIagJ which is a portion of js I ono of the resolution In tho Democratic I f platform I The notion of Iho Jtopulillonn puty in i California in refilling to iniort u silver plank in their platform deserves tho con i 1 demnation of tho nllvorproJnoinR pooplo of the mining refjions of tho Inolfio Jjut Tho action of tho Republican1 In Cili i 1 lomb upon tho sliver question although a in harmony with their party In tho Iwt r i is to ho regretted by tho friend1 of silver...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 25 September 1886

< RAILROADS H I 1 Scenic Line of the World I 13 00 Dill it si t DENVER RIO GRANDE i t < i I Western Railway t i t a Ap > I versally conceded to be DWII J KTHE POPULAR I Passenger Route r I all llulweou the IHU und Went Iu II r lOW I 11 exha OlilTfr XjJLaio III flttwaen Ogden Salt Lake and Deu > er ll Without Change of Cars I n put a ctb M e V el It TSi < On1y Xdno l nj uu Between Salt Lake and Chicago With hnt Ono Change of CanS r J J S The Only Line between tho West met thojjEast Running Through Salt l eq Jt Pullman Buffet T OI1 flf AND Y Sleeping Gars r jLlnkllVlhrongh Pauenger Trains rand nWvTliclOuly LIne from Salt Lake City ruu TTTTIniSleoiilnir Vnra tree for the use of sfseiiKarsholding Second class and Emigrant Ickcl N on ThofAtlantic Express eaves OeJon dally at 943a m I caves Salt TO aliu City dully at 1110 am Direct connection I made at pueblo and Denver for Omaha Kan nt City and all points Fait The Pacific Express rrlves Salt Lake City from the Hast at 435 ...

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