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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 25 September 1886

i I ixlt III J 8ATUJIDAY JHE1TEMHKU 2fi 1880 HUVAL AM ciosiisn OK JIAIIA at the Silt Itlf Cltr ronlofflfp hLT TjVTAJr t rFC g61 AnnIVR CIO R rlll WII ii 8i II Jf I rifJ lontAnn IIn1 North 7 O pm 710 am II 1 < It n KAst 00 Im IO JO am g I InI liJ riii r I I rlli1 ngf f tsn h luitiii I g I g SOllthcrn mah I 650 m 620 nm fii iiiOvcr stAndnrli 1 ii llalli1f W J IIItoWI lotmMtcr 1 Corrected Sliver dally by Quotations Wells 1nrgo A Jol50 I I III Lead New Yorkper 100 Ibs 450 > Silver Now York II l oJ Silver 1onilon 1Ij2 j well JOTS I Ilnnforo at tlio Tbcntro Idnlffht I Tlio streets Imvo not boon I nt nil bnny tu Jny for Saturday ilio 1olico Court wnf nRnln ni still nn dcnth till1 morning Ivnn Arthur nncl Campbell Af Drown were admitted to citbenship tliii afternoon 1 There will bo no raeoUiiR of the Loyal Lcnfjuo tonlslit Tho notice in tho morn Ing paper to thnt effect was mistake j There lire four U 0 cases net for Monday next John Gillcspic Amos II Ncff TliomnH Leo and Clark Hi by ...

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. — 27 September 1886

alt 1akt Bbttting Jtm lVat SECC > NJ > > EJ > > JTJcJ N 445 pt JYI VL IVuNO 23 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY SEPTEMBER 27 1886 FIVE CENTS SALVATION BOOTH I 1 fALVATION I 5Ho3Allives in Now York L jfjgjith a Bloodred Jersey I THE UNITED STATES NAVY I uwm Itottoil Slilpi mill Worthless flat jS torlcn IIIsli iij moil Hold Up a J Station Rent unit Coniiiilt Ulitr 1 tlcr V Horrible Imlluii Itor SUM 1 u hOI Saltation v on Jlcclt NFW Yonit Sept 27 J General Booth of nr the Salvation Array nrrivcd on the Amania and was mot by sovornl of his f olio win H Ho tI VOn n flaming rod silk Jorsoy with Salva tion Army omblazonod noross tho breast fIiJf Tlin I UMTlll STAINS MV V Wij A It i tIn It VIII lIe Sour YeurN IIcllco WASHINGTON Sept 27Chief Constructor Wilson estimates tho active lIfo of wooden war ships of our present navy na follows Tennessee the only one classed as first rate sx mouths lrenton Omaha and Van dnlln second rates and Mohicnn third rate ton years IJnnOilster anll Bro...

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. — 27 September 1886

I j 1t cii lthc m ld MONDAY SDlTElIlIllm 21 18SO Price delivered by carrier Sets per month By raall 1 year 70 6 months StOO 3 mouths 1200 mlWcekly f3 per year U eight months fl t four mouths Advertising rates lurnl led at office SALT LAKE IIFMOCIUT COMPANY Offlcc09 and 71 W Second South Street i IDAHOS CONG ImSSIONA ICONTEHT People from Idaho of both political parties express liio belief that lIon fohn halley will bo reelected Pulegate > to Con gress over Fred Dubota the Kepublicnii nomilico An unsuccessful attempt is being tide to weight Mr Hailcy by charges of ftympnthy with tho Jlormons Tho few semiMormon votes which will be polled under tho Teat Oath law will so far as iocrtiilcnrn bo divided between tho two candidates l and It Is I quite cer tain that the Republican nominee Is I making strenuous efforts to secure tic lions share of them Tic platform of tho Idaho Democracy which is published in tho DEMOCRAT is as strongly anti Mormon as can bo expressed in words and It certai...

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. — 27 September 1886

RAILROADS It t I Scenic Line of the World I 00Q kebr i DENVER RIO GRANDE 2Il 11 I Lake prell Western A Railway I dtt t t rll121l ala h ItARP Universally conceded to bo Gtn THE POPULAR Passenger Route j Ral 1J1 n j retwcoii the Cuit and AVct fo1l01l1 II Tho On1y 3CjdL2 o Between Ogden Salt Lake and Denver l nnUKIWr r II VVitHout Change of Cars 1 gODS rill I e lt Dsel rThe Only XI1oo GEn II lictweou Salt Late and Chicago lt OllO Chmigo of Cars I o r JTT ThaOnly Line between the Wost omd theJEast Running Through Salt tako OUyf thOR Pullman Buffet OR manA P AND A Y Sleeping Cars I fondrtThroUgh Passenger Trains 3Tan tj inly Lino from Salt Lake City run OUT LiI n Slocpliilf Cam trco for the use ol senKers noldluj Sacond class and Lmlgrant UVetsvT < < RN 0111 ThetAtlantlc Express ue vcs0g < 10n dally at 9 45 a m Leaves Salt aVe City dally at 1110 am Direct connection Is made at Fueblo and Denver for Omaha Kan in i Cityand all points East 1 jjkTHelsPacIflc i Express irrlveTat Salt...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 27 September 1886

1 I lid jjfolt 6 III I MONDAY BUT MHEU 27 18bC lllIlUAI AXil CIOSINII 0 JIAIIi at tht Salt L ell Iotomrt ALT TnT AJt jt1 rFlC8M1 A aalVE CL08E i74QIm Callornla alld Weal In 430 Im Iolltlnalnd ortb 7IOIm 7301m I n n Ln1 600 Im 1030 nm OIICII t1tah 1100 Im 730 am ogden Utah 710pm 430 Im Inrk CHy 740lm 730am Tooele COlillty 330 Im 620 am Alta Utah 60 Im 620 am nlllham Utah 1 liOQ Im 620 am I 0111 hem Utah 6 m r2O Im rii iiijj a i irf i ili iial iTI 1c W C JlIIOIIY Ioatma ter bilver Quotations ICotreeled dally 1I 11 Vi ells largo t cO1 I LcatMiWiork pcriwlbs r New York 8lver fl UrerIllolI 4171b I IOC iois Pinafore nt the Ihoalro to night Loandor Jneobson to day purchased n ticket for Stockholm Sweden Tho lall mooting of tlio IHnh Driving Park Association opened this afternoon There bus boon quite n heavy sale of sonts for to nights performance of Pinaforo Wells I argo won the trotting race nt tho Park to day in throe straight heats lime J W 21C 31l Holyer Niclson nnd John P Nellsou were...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 28 September 1886

1 alt Jttkt biefliflQ icmcat I ct S SECC > NX > > GJ > > ITJC > N 45E > > JYI 11 V VqlIVNO SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 28 1886 FIVE CENTS 1 l E RED FLAG t The Sooialiats of Paris and jytrLoipsitj Create Riots l ff f VlRE IN I THE ANTIPODES ilmtoMcts Into Trouble In Kins V ton Out Cuttle Affected Ullli V IMcuroliiciiinuiilii Nut SlnuKh teroil riic HinOUUOOI > llniul Cull A DctruciUo AuHtrullitu lire V PriEnannnr Vn Sopt b8r News was ro i J elved hero to day of the burning nt Sydney instrnlla of the tobacco factory of Cameron 4ms Loss JJOTOOO insured 4 ASOCI VLIS1 ItlOl EJ V Ilicy Curry HIP ICcd 1 liiir unit Itc 111 LI jj the Ocr ittoii < < > minion I IJIIpsoSevt 28Four hundred Socialists o day made n demonstration by l marching hrough Ilia streets with l the expelled t social I V q leader Schumann at thoir head wnviiiR VVVSL1 flags SLId denouncing llio government ron lt k f lfooo ro ho poiloo attacked the nrocesilon and nt eupted to captu...

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. — 28 September 1886

j I dtdtc u jgcw0flHit TUESDAY SKPIKMHEU 23 1880 I 1 Irlcc delivered by carrier 75cta per month lIy mall 1 year 760 G months 100 3 months 200 I Semlweekly fa per ycarl U eight 1II0nlh II lour monlhs I Advertising rates furnished at ofllcc SALT LAKE DEMOCRAT COMPANY I I OfflcoTO and 71W Second South Street I QUAJJ RiaiirS FOIl GOLD AND SIIAKIl When thin Government as organized by the consolidation of llio different provinces into a union of tlio State ono of tlio llrst things necessary was to estab lish a monetary system Thomas Jeffer son tlio philosophic Statesman tlio prophet of tlio peoples rights wroto out our nystein of weights measurements itnd devised our monetary system True ito i I to tlio wisdom that churoclorlrod his life ho saw that tlio soundest money that tlio world over had was gold and silver Ho mado the silver dollar 412J grains the standard of value j Congress adopted his suggestion and gold and silver hccamo tlio constitutional money of tho country It was not one t...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 28 September 1886

I RAILROADS r nrv SSS ll I Scenic Line of the World I t ttI 011 Da 4 J i DENVER j RIO GRANDE Ittt Watern Railway II il I j lp I 11 vCfSIlIy concedcd 10 be otik JTHE POPULAR jRassenger Route I j if l I I c the Knit mid AVct It how f c Oxxly Xjizxo l nG < gden Salt Lako and Denver 11IIWitbout Change of Cars 11 I IY 1 eelll Tlxo Only 11100 a k i 8etwon Silt Lake and Chicago With lijuj Ono Change of Cnrs S The Only Line between the West Vwl tho East Running Through Salt LalcoCIty aa Pullman Buffet m O AND inlsieeping Cars I Yi lIt an k t k JTEMllAhrougU Passenger Trains S Fr 3v Only Lino from Salt Lake City run TT7titiigl8le pliir Cum trco lor the use ol sl J u > oauer holding SeconlciftsS and Emigrant tl IkL5 I i 1 on THAtlantlc Express weave JtHsilou dally at 94am Leaves Salt tn alaS Oily Osiiy at 11 10 a m Direct connection w a m Jle BtKueblo and Denvorfor Omaha Kan AS C Ity i Jd Ml pointaEaai Th j Pacific Express irrivcs at Salt Lake City from tho East at 4 35 tr I maudl ves f...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 28 September 1886

n I 1 1t I II I I i dt Ikhc m tnt I tdii TUESDAY SUPXEMHKH 28 188b UUIIVAL AM CtOSIMI OP MAILS lit the Silt Uke CUr Io to31ff UNITED STATES POSTOFFICE I SAIT LAKH CITY Utah April Fl ISSCj AnRIVE CIO E Nt W t lI I tIX lontaQl and North 740 pm 730 am II n G Iast JO pm 1030 am Ogtell tJtah I100am 730am I IW flg I f I Ibrohnt IIln ham Utah OO Im G20 am Southern Utah G50 m G20 am Ihe Rb s tolldor1 mOUlllolII time W C JinoWE Postmaster f Corrected Silver dally by Quotations Wells Fargo Col I I I 1 llllf Lcacl New Yorkpcr 100 Ibs 4 DOMJi 1 SllvorNowYork MJi I rll i 1 I SlIvcrlondol1 417lu LOCAL JOTS IIV i I fe will now have nnotlior short rent In iii Vsnow theatricals I 1fil Dont miss tho bull nt tho Opera House 11 H I thin evening I t Tlio petit jury is fed nt tho Vnllny House f nnil Jiruen is hnppy j I Tho Salt Lnko Society bull taken plnco nt I tho Opera IIouso this evening Tho formal order exonerating the bonds men of tho polynomial llawthorno was issued by Judge Xiuio today Todays quo...

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. — 29 September 1886

= H n r r nT F 7 > r H r IIIfr r 1 1 aLt Jake I tbt11iug Jltm t at Of O 8 SECCNJP EI > > XTJc 4 = 45E3Dao 4 VOL4IVNO 25 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 291886 FIVE CENTS r Jffff CHEATED THE GALLOWS A Murderer in Binghampton t NiY Dies of Poison if m < 1L IDARTLEY CAMPBELL GRAZED 1 lluakn Note Ito til Arch nations Itonurroctliiir Old irrcciiicnlw to I Hum but tilt Vluslui sclurcs I Instnl OliuiiKii Vslinrc in n I IIR Cheated tin Ualloti V BINOIUMFTON N Y bopt JOoorgo R rt who In ilaj USr shot idG killed Olias freeman H French antI William H xScery nnd who was in jail hero under son I ° ienco to be hanged was found yesterday ring in his cell I in an unconscious condition l gL ni j fh 3 3 nd breathing heavily Iho muidorcr died TWthln on hour It Is not yot known vhethor Axtell took poison or whether nil peletio fit ended his life AN 1NSVNK ljWnWIII i1e Infl It VII h queln Iorln11I III 11111 NEW YOHK Sept Commissioner Di latthow Chalmers and a sheriffs jury card testi...

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. — 29 September 1886

jJ aU hc cm rnt WEDNESDAY HIWlImIlElt IbBO Irlce delivered by carrier 75cts per month ly mall 1 year 7 60 6 months JlOOj 3 mouths NO SemiWeekly f3 per year U eight month II four mouths t ± Advertising rates furnished at office SALT JUKE DKMOCBAT COMPANY I i Ofllco09 and 71 W Second South Stiect I HON JOHN HAIMJYS POSITION Ii lion William Woodburn Repub lican Congressman from Nouula tlio ixuthor and introducer of tlio Utah bill of the last Hossion good authority upon mattorfl pertaining to tlio Mormon Issue Ho says that folio Halloy It M sound upon tlio question IH himself and that his action nt Washington last winter procd him to bo HO Will anybody question Mr WooilburnM ndellty to the loyal cause or bollovo that ho would en dorso a political opponent in this matter unless ho wall justified by the facts in do ing sol John halley was the prime mover in ejecting the Mormon Delegates from tho Democratic Territorial Conven tion and PositiVelY refused to accept the nomination nt its hand...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 29 September 1886

Jtott gnto g tmo nt It J 1 I WEDNESDAY SCPTEMBm g 1B8I 300 HALT LAKE TRADE iellh 2 rela Rc9umc of the Business Done Hero I D I lu1 n Picture of the Men 2LI li Who Io I tfP mtWi A Proof That Irnde and Business Are I tI2 01 the High Road to Pros porlt IARP TlmBiVnuts ol n Large Conimunlt Easily VcccsMblo In Salt Lake City Railw Tii Dinocntr scribe detailed to make observations of the business and in fonow dustrial l1 interests 1 cu of tho city meandered u L nroundjttalkmg and conversing with mcr I chantsmanufacturers and all classes of I ij commercial men generally whenever a r ilp t j temporary in business rendered such 8ou cui conversation practicable und found it a trl to be m very iirovulent theory that Salt I ako Citv VnYeV11 is on tho verge and oven now in the in 1 tOEK ML clpient ge of a great boom and nlso hoardrepented commented upon the 4 1 rapid strides of advancement which for Otho last I decade she has been keeping up i outstripping by far her record for any i provlouTTpe...

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. — 29 September 1886

n AGU1GULTUKAL MAC1HNUUY co orrtuATivE WAOOX AND MACHINE co When the firm of Omit Odd A Co and jj the Howard Sebree Company Wale extant p they were each among the forewot huuies r i In this line of business In the city und when Messrs Grant Odell Co bought out the if latter concern and incorporated the two un der the firm name of the Cooperative 4 Wagon anti Machine Co they certainly I formed the largest t and etrongest company In the Territories During the year 35 their 1 sain which were enormoui were only I I 1 little over hal us great o those of 86 and i if their anticipations are realized and there y i Is every indication and reason for believing that they ivill be their nggrcgato business t for 87 will increase in proportion to the former year This is u showing which it seems almost Incompatible 1 with the slow and easygoing business I I strides of Suit Lake and 1 such nn enterprising go ahead concern is a I treat acquisition tu its business interests Mr JI Grant the general ma...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 29 September 1886

= s RAILROADS 1111 C > e JI I iah enic Line of the World I o43y v lod aoll to III r IIitb lr DENVER 1 t RIO GRANDE 101 11t e tS WeS rn Railway ItttaCtel UOlqUII or Wlr rr ood ueraIIy conceded to be IOI II THE POPULAR lOquet 0 11 SFassenger Route ntaollrl ifi i1I which niU itetwVcii llio Tnit and AVent iliuii XIST Ilbilll W eIOYII r WelIto Tc31y XjiXLO WMi71 r lletwfoa Ogden Salt Lake and Denver II 1 jtfChl1uge of Cars 111 IJ i 1 II tone 61111 II s thl t T Oo1V LIoo illslffll Between Salt Lake and Chicago Cental JPX 77 wdrulth butfOno Chnugo of Curs liliilH iP Ihlrl if n to iltj The Only Line between tho West rices ItTad I tho East Running Through Salt or Jupake Oityjjr eculijtf w I tinj lite > ui man Buffet morf n r s for pn nff AND I anil tun Sleeping Cars the it I Iir < Jilt t ti i 1 Duiall 1 Through Passenger Trains lar t prlQ BJ 1 f BJSS TheTOiily Line from Bait Lake City run ugi8loeplutr Our iroo for the use of i Ysf Jbm fever f coraPTu jngeni holding Second class and ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 29 September 1886

J U WLDNLSDAY 8Llil MWI U I I G UtlllUt AMI CIOSINC1 Oi MA1IS it Hi Silt ike Cltjr I oitofflcc R TmT SIATK1 i OITOFrtCi 861 j SAIT I IKK C 1TV Utah April 1 IMf I AHnlVK CIQ1B 7au1Il Itnstcrll Co1lfornlo 0111 Wcd n1Il 4301111 OlltOIlO nll1 North 710pm 710 11111 II 1 < 11 O l nst uo pm 1030 a1Il OglclIUtah 1100 n1Il 730 am U < lCII Uloh 7101111 430pm l f JgI I i tiy 11 Utnh I 6ro pm 620 nm 1 fgrr N 1 r Iho nbovo In atnlllorlllllolilitolll tlIIIC VV 0 Bl OWr lo Htma tcr bilvcr Quotations 1C itreetel dally by olli tars < Co I Jo1 I No Ycrktcriuolbs 4ro liver Newport U7 111010 lIlMr Lnnlnn IOOlJ JO IS flio wcnlhtr ii ncnlnrowlnKwnrraLr iho Duff Oporn Oompiny 11 tho next nt traction nt tho Ihontio Silver It still on tbo me U ronohod U7 todny nn inorensa of J < Binoo jestordnv Good 0 O Whittcmoro in trjins to establish hU right to n broidor smile than nny other man on ourth A girl In thacuso of George p Adltlng VB John HolmborR JudKO 7iuo to day overruled the motion to ro tux c...

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. — 30 September 1886

1 7 V t nlt 1E kt tlbt11ing I ltm t t an l SECC > NIJ EDtlTXcJ 44513 HOC ro JVuNO 20 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 30 1886 FIVE CENTS J r SHOT iiMMB TO DEATH n Sportsman Accidentally BloWa > His Brains Out I I fH DESPERATE FIGHT IN BELFAST Ijhc I I Ucpulillcaii ConttiitloiiK III C l jruilo TIiitiKiicIinsctn mill > e brnsKu Jcnlili luurrol riic I C union Hint In IIP I Itcnpt lied Acelilulllill Killing I eclal to tbo DEMOCRAT I I PABIS Idaho Sept iO Joseih M of Montpelicr was accidentally shot 11 il I Jcr d killed instantly t yesterday near Coke lo Ho was traveling in n wagon alone j SjJiliadshoFa few chickens and it is sap 1 led the gun was accident ally discharged I 3n d ion ho was pelting 111 his wagon fho I 1 D t took effect in tho top of his head I lUIlTJHJU VKL X01I S I Ohl VtHnlctoll Ihlltttctthln I Nnw rlenN Ullt the JltJ 01 Uexlo fJHiiIE3rOV Bept JUI to 7 clock rpa evening thoro has been no recurrence S earthquake shocks and tho oity has tieted down Wiggins ...

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. — 30 September 1886

4 A 1iIi ldt thC Cm Hnt TIIUHSDY HElJlmmm 0 1G Price delivered by carrier ct8 per mouth By mall 1 year 7BO 6 monthi MOOi 3 mouths UOO Smleokly 3 per years 2 eIght month I It four monthi Advertising rate furnished at office HALT LAKH DFMOCHAT COMPANY onice05 nticl 71 W Hecond South Street WHY WJ3 SUPPORT JOHN IIAILiY There arc several reasons why tim DEMOCRAT advocate the election of John Halley iw Delegato to Congress from our neighboring Territory of Idaho IIu Is n sound Democrat and ns a general rule v > o prefer men of that political I complex ion as members of our National Legisla ture lie is an honest man possessed of moro than ordinary ability Is in dustrious and painstaking in his Congiesflioiml duties and an old resident of the Territory which ho aspires to con tinue to represent Ho knows its re sources and needs and the legislation and Executive action necessary to ad vance its interests Ho is opposed by a man far his inferior in every essential qualification for u usefu...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 30 September 1886

s i RAILROADS 1 i SceniciLine of the World I IttkeDtn o ENVER RIO GRANDE 1720lIlol I r1lw Xpr Western J Railway dctt r I at 40 1 p BIIAl I conceded ta be OI i THE POPULAR Passenger Route I i iTOMfliBil V QII R the 11t8t nn1 VeU 8 fOflo1 It Tho On1y CdJI10 III l IIILa fletwee Ogden Salt Lake and Denver lot all Wi lOut Chaugo of Cars hrg ubI 1IrlelII It penlll Ibo Z1y Xilxxo HGEl Mi Between Salt Lako and Chicago nih t butno Change of Curs I o TIT TheTpnly Line between tho West ttd thojEast Running Through Salt alto OHyT I Pullman Buffet IJ ot manA A r eePing Gars I 3TTii1iTbrough Fanenier TraIns STan 1 a rhotOuly l zAne from Bait Lako City run OUT Iing Sleeping turn tree for tho use of aeuuge hofdtngeecondelaae and Fmlgrant lokot 1HK RN w The Atlantic Express pavesOgdenJdally at 94aen Loaves Salt I I I 61 ate City I dully at U 10 a m Direct connection made at Pueblo and Denver for Omaha Kan u City and all points East THefPaclflc Express rrlven otSall Lake City from the East at 4 35 Va...

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. — 30 September 1886

I f i = iI i = UlllnAJ AXil WSIXn 0 IUIS at the Salt Iah CIl1IOtomr SaLT L T T AJt h sm Flc8Sfi1 ARnIVF CIOF ern 740 Im fiUBi ClIIornln nll1 We1 1100 lIm 4 0 In MOlltnIlRRII1 North 740 Im 7m Bm n II O Itasl 600 Im 10JO nm Ogllen IItnh I100am 7JIJam t llen Ulnh 7IOlm C30lm 1lIrk City 710 Im 7m am Toele COUllt 3m pm 620 am 1 h iiiii g H 8 aoUhem Utnh 6ij m 6lO Rm Ihe nbove Is stRlldnrd mOllntllll1me W C 1I110WI 10lmster bltver Uuotations lenrectod dally hy VV tilt 1 argo t 1 cOl J Icall I Now ork ucrlOOlb 4W Sliver New York 7 llIver Lonllon 411016 lOOVIj JOTS Coffee John nnd Alex Itogcrd linvo cliH solved pirtncraliip Ml the Jewish stores In tlio city nro closet to ilny on account of tlio feast of Jlosli llnslionn Iho U 0 case of tho United Stntcs VH John lato wnn to day contiiiueil for llio term in the Third II trict Court FI > Kelly nnd George LnRler nro the names of the t young men who Inve the Ilrs nlnrm of llro tlio night before Inst nt 1120 The Grand Jury to dny reported thnt...

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

c I f r rz Iw 1falt jkt lBbt11i11g JltmoJVltt 01 1 m SEC JD EX > > JTXC > N445 JE30 wi0 r orld J itt L4WNO 27 SALT LAKE CITY UTAII FRIDAY OCTOBER 1 188G FIVE CENTS m u D i A MX DECEIVER I r + heatrionl Han in the Toils ml for Bigamy wl DAVISSHERMAN GROWL I ke 10 boAbnllihcilriio Uiibli I illtoll Navy Van to be Con J rteil jilto 1 rell OrdllltliCfl 1 torUg 10 CJny niitl Ioitlva Solomon DON Ootrli Thoonse of Edward Solo < Of thoLlIlIn 1 tus8ell tronpe artoslod igatxiy onthe complaint of his wlfo 2Grey oamo up for ft hearing yeHterday r woo uiven that when ho was first nony f oSeSo ozih Yt into custody Solomon admitted that J is married to Lillian ilussall I ltt Now lla Bald Anyhow wo wont through ceremony It was shown however Id d also said at tho name tlmo that when irrlod Lillian he was unaware that his rife was living as ho had neither soon ijard from her for several years Solo I was remanded ponding this arrival life United States of a number of wit whoso attendance ha...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
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