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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 1 October 1886

nU inItc tmOrltt FlUOAY OOTOHEU 1 USG I 1rlce delivered by carrlc76cts per month I lly moll 1 year I7W 6 months 4 00 3 i mouths hl 00 1 SjinMVeckly f3 per your J2 eight months II lour months t Advertising rates furnished at office SALT LAKE DKMOCIUT COMPANY OfflceC and 71 W Second South Street CATCHING AT STRAWS Tho strait to which tho morning Uo publican organ is reduced in its warfare upon John halley is i illustrated by the publication today of a couple ul letters written fourteen years ago by VI Kim I ball then President of the Hear lUver Stake relative to the candidaciof html ley and Huston the Democratic and Re publican nominees for Delegate to Con gress at that timo also one fiom a 1 friend of Huston written after tho election giving tho reasons why ho Huston did not receive tho greater portion of tho Mormon vote as ho had expected Tho entire subject matter of the three letters boiled down establishes tim fact I that Huston was tho choice of the Mor mon masses in Idaho that h...

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. — 1 October 1886

L RAILROADS t n I SCB iLLine of the World J tooe JI Uk t UkM 1 II M DENVLER j f RIO GRANDE r rl Western Railway II I SHARP I Universally conceded to be GUI f f E POPULAR Passenger Route t I Ral Ii Utween II the Inst need Veet fOIloi L1o 0l11y rdI1o ti Between Ogdeu Salt Lake and Dem or or JJ Without Cluuigo of Cars rg n 4 IQo 1 lrlcelI k oenlCl JMtxo Oaxly Xjixxo KOttMlij Between Bolt Lake and Chicago With bntTono Change of Cars 1 O Tho Only Lino between tho West oid the1 East Running Through Salt Lake Oity 1 Pullman Buffet OJ O n m AND A Sleeping Cars t un all Through Passenger Train ClT ant j OUT fi F Slocpliiir rhelOnly Line Cum from tree Salt for Lake tho Ire rung of 1oaeagcriholtbng Second class and Emigrant fI etR1 RNCi TholrAtlantio Express 1 1 Lt aves Ogden dally at 9 45 a m Leaves Salt I dt rI 9ti vnecfl t f 1 Lake City dally at U 10 a m Direct connection Is I made at Pueblo and Denver for Omaha Kim as City and all points Kait ThoiPaclfic Express Arrlee at Salt Lake City fr...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 1 October 1886

Ii i faltc tm crnt HUUA1 OCTODtH 1 IBJG u UIIMAI M > trosnn m jmis it thf Salt UkrCllJ loitofHre UlTlAKCGITt UXITMI HTATFS Utah PostomcF prlll 61 ARRtr CtOB Tii i iii Galllornio 0111 WeAL 1IIYJ om 130 1111 lolltOIlO BI J nrlh 710 pm iW 0111 II 011 O fBSt OlJ pm 10 tJ ILln g lgm I M gg f I tlni gl b 110 Uloh 6501111 6200111 IJ f 8AI g rr g The obovo I slnndorl 1I101l1l1nll1l1me W C III 0U loitmnstcr bllvcr Uuotations ircctt1 dally IjMUll Targn t cO1 I Lca > t New ork per KM 1100 1 Silver Ncwork J0 silver Ixinlon 4I > IOC VI JOTS The sentencing of C C Uulorson found guilty of pissing counterfeit mono has agniu been postponed Thero will bo n meeting of tho Careless Opera Comp my nt Professor Careless par lors tulsoMiilng at 7 30 J V Groesbook principal owner of tho llannock mino at Cra is in 0I Hnlley II Iho now iiimiook mill will bo running by Octo ber lOtb Tho young people of the Itaptist Church will Jvo < a dime sociable nt Airs James L Hlrkloys m lirigham street this Fr...

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. — 2 October 1886

alt 1Eake tbt11ing JBtm t titOI ji SECC > NJ > > EJ > > ITIC > N445EBLVI VIOPII i t I I VOBllV NO 28 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY OCTOBER 2 1886 FIVE CENTS T JJ WIGGINS tT LITTLE ERROR I Ho Should Have Located His I r Quake J in Germany MANNING RETURNS TO WORK It More Iroiu flip l > ull < ilsiiuilrCiiiii roil Sriiiiilal slicriuiin Oil SlUi A Mnulili niunlcr In IISCIIN Cuptnlii Itiulmi mi rrolilino r I f I VIIIIIoInrthIIIIII In Urriimii nS L HunLiN Oat 2 Violent earthquake shocks A Imvo occurred throughout Him 1 infirm and Bother parts of Central German SENATOR SllKiniA i u Ho nialcCB u Jlrler Speech alit I GIVeN m lllllelr L Vloiv oil tlio Silver question and CINCINNATI Oot 1Senator Hhormnn vis ited tho Exposition this morning nnd this afternoon wns received with enthusiasm by the Chamber of Commerce In tho course of B brief Bpocoli ho enid Hut the greatest ji question of nil perhaps is the silver qnes tion how to make it equal to the gold dol Jlar foi there ...

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. — 2 October 1886

11 I tt h cmont 1 1 SUUllUAA OOIOHLU 2 1H80 rice delivered bf carrier 75cts Icr month i lIy mall 1 > car 7W C month IX > 3 months J200 lunl Wccklj fl per jor fl clgl notiths ft fiitir months V Ivcrtlslni rales furnlslie 1 nt office HAITlAKR 1tMOCIUTOMP NY Olllcc J nll1 1 71 W Sccon 1 f mlh Hired poem MIOM SI 10IIN MOKVIOS IIUTIIOV to John llillox You black hearted nngoll Oeiililu You would rob us of our icligioiis and political hbeitiis lon would 1 1 sap the found Uion of our Church b enacting in funous laws ainst the most hoi and ehenshed of ils institutions You drove us in disgricofiom our convention mid declare us unlit to exercise tho pi ivilegcs Amcricin citizens in tlio Democratic leinple or at tlio billot box ion have out hero led Ilirol in otir douunciitioii of our people and UK things held most itred b them Ma tho curse of tho 1iophot loscph tlio First Iresi done tho rwoho Apostles and the ntlro Church of Tosus Chrisl of liter I Di lints rest upon on now and for ever ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 2 October 1886

II J 1 VVJRAILROADS wNS VVJ ral H Scenic Line of the World I 4 108 1 t eSa1tlakt J ituiDENVER RIO GRANDE IW t3n L Ji I ft Western Railway ali Y t a IN BIIAI J JJiilvereally conceded to be GI THE POPULAR 1 Passenger Route I cv Uolwecn the 1IlNI unit cst 1 Jho On1y rdno 110 oon Ogden Salt Lako and Denver 1 1111 lor l allJ Wthont Change of Cars 1rpbJ IIgft III Price to O teta I a k II I eJprnae Tho On1y Xdno IIUWOtn Between Salt Lako and Chicago wl l1tmnr Ono Change oi Cms c o1 C The Only Lino between tho West iweltthoTJEast Running Through Salt L UsoOitv e I IIJ1 Bullman Buffet f tJ1J rofll 0 i I mmm AND 7V A 0 > Sleeping Cars ljij r WJu all Ill rough Passenger Trains ESTa far = 1 hoTOnly T Lluo from Salt Lako City run Rauli nliiglMcciiliiir Cam Irco for the use of iWiaitRara nohllug Second class lind Emigrant 1 hotelS TERN Cr 1 TlioAtlantic Express AVcaTOgdeu dally at 9 45 a m Leaves Halt 1 11 tAke OIly dally at 11II a m Direct connection Is made at Pueblo and Denver for Omaha Kal...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 2 October 1886

j ldu tm I HUUlUXtt = O01OIU l lii 1BH H I Ulllim AM IIOMMI OJ JU1IS it the Salt I > ko Utr nilofflrr 8mTljVT AJ S F1Cr861 A RRIVIM CIOF N r la i111 W i 11 MOlllolln nlltl North 7IOIm 730 om gg e 8i01n It 1 8 U leul Ulnh 710 pm 430 pm I lIili ro lIa Utoh 6ro prn 620 nm I rl tWN I n g ahove Is 8i ii lll i rt lll i c W C IIIWWB Iotmnster Silver Quotations r ntrccttildnllyliyVVcll I Inrgo t Co W NtZ l40 I cnNownrk pcrlOUlbs It SilverIuloll Silver New York 41 I JOCVIj JOTS Clmrloy Lango lisa gutio I nst to purchase n cyimmHtio outfit for his saloon A Bolllnry drunk plondcd guilty in tlio 1olico Court this morning nnd wan fluid Ii laxnx lorn is talking tlio nnns uM pcdts t l ot ll gAll tnmis obliged to pns uoilbos corner to day All llio inorolinntfl who lost by luostlnys llru will bo lit btiMintHS in now stnndrt by Monday morning llio subscription list gotten np for tlio bcnollt of Iomliroko who lost BO lionvily l by tho rocout fire nlroncly shows JJM Ihoan driving Jovo of which Or 0 ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 4 October 1886

alt 1E kt btitiig mocat SEC4C > NI > > EJ > > XTIC > 445JI DI IVuNO 29 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY OCTOBER 1 188G FIVE OENTS t A DEADLY EXPLOSION i I > Seven 3 Men Killed Eight Res cued and Seventeen Missing 1Wft f THE SALVATION ARMY IN JAIL iR ASlcuur WiccUKl Hi nr iicliuiil I j iio Iiil > iiii nip of KciiliiLk iijureil Iy Irostt I fin lIJIe lie iliiid r < > I rIhclrrrJIII JUlIldu II I tlai l xiiliisloii In iigI IIlIII LONDON Oot 4A terrible explosion oocnried on Siturdiy at Altoph Clorgy I noar Wakoflold WiokBliiro Seven Were found dead eight have been rescued and < q saventooii missing In probability of tliu missing I cloven lost their lives 31 i l Eftltl Axn sroru IIII d AUeurlll IlIrreuNo 111111 lair lrhotN lth 1lltht 111lIIelll I 4 Cmenao Oot 4the following crop Bum f JI J flunfy Will appear in this weeks issue i of tho fatmn i lieu n Iho orop icturns for tho week in II eeiieinl way show that corn is xaiel to ho well urn tilled throughout tho mi...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 4 October 1886

att thc tm tcnt JlIOND UOTOliUH 4 IB II 1rlco delivered by cnrrlcr 76cts per month fly matt 1 scar J760 C months IOO 3 months UOO SjmlWcokly tf per car 2 right inontlnj U our months tdrorllslng rates furnished nt office BAIT IAK DKMOCBAT COMPANY OlHco 69 and 71 W Second South Street CORPORATIONS VS Tim STATi Our Halimliy night lis patches ton I talnod ho follovilng from ILiriisbnrg Ienniylvnniii which1 jiit now a vory interesting topic as It will lend to provo I how far corporation1 charturcil lIya Slatu uin go in raising tho pricti of commodities which they product1 and whether thc SUto Government can stop them from so doing or not Governor 1nltlson Ims ndJrosiod n letter to AHornoyGonornl Onssidy on tho notion of the Anthrnoito Pool and requesting him to movoiiKnliHllt In court In tlio ooimio of his letter tho Governor nay lily nttcti tion lias boon iliroolod to the fact within tho past fortnight that certain corporation ohnrtoreil by tho Commonwealth of Ionti flylvnnin noting in ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 4 October 1886

i I f RAILROADS l 11 Scenic Line of the World 1 r w JOO lal DENVER RIO GRANDE 72L Itl1ltl ii zPre Western Railway irj Jt j BIIA Universally conceded to lie Gt i TTHE POPULAR Passenger Route I V R letwe11 the i ast it 11i A i d Iff r If 01101 Ml o On1y Xdno uEtweouOgileu Salt Lake and Denver rot witimttt Change of Cars VlgOUI Mtou Wt r e t Wuii rrrfTX Only Ijin0 UGEs1 i Between Bait Lake aua Chicago WiUi bnftono Change of Cars I < re Q 1 TheOmy Lino between the West and tho Kast Running Through Salt t rt Lake Oily 1 J Pullman Buffet HiPullman lr O I AND rbSieeping Cars I I 1n all Throngh Passenger Train STa r r hOhy i Line from Salt Lake City ru our IIhiglSleephljf Jars Ireo for e use of loaonjorahol < llllg Becondclass alld EmIgrant 1Okel ERN C ktiantic fheFAtlantlc Express LeavoslOgllen dally at 9 45 a m Leaves Salt C11 I Juko City ally at 1110 a m Direct connection Is madaat Pueblo and Denver for Omaha Kan UH pity atid all points Stoat t TJicffiPaciflc Express Arrives Salt L...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 4 October 1886

ntf J f t c Jt1ttOtXldt SIONDU = 001OHLU4 1880 lit III rAJ AMI CIONIM1 01 3IA1IS it 1110 Salt iU tltr ontofllce 9A1T I AKB 6 TAJtR t Vprll F 1 fA801 ARRIVE CLOSK ff tll vi I n lonI n n1 North 710pm 7Oam II 1 < It n IRt 500 pm 1030 Rm Uglen mRh IIOORm 7Oam Uglen Utah 7 Opm 430pm Iark Clt 7 Opm 730am 11010 Conllty 310 pm 620 am i l h Utai gH uthern Utah 6ropm 620am Iho Rbovu Is stRntlRrd mountRIII tlmo VV C HUOHl lostmaster bllvcr Quotations COHuctc1 1 dally by Wells Fargo i 1 Co1 I leR1 I NIV ork rcrlOUlbs 410 Silver Nework 00 Slhnr lonlii 41 IOCU JOTS The DISCS of tho United States vs lhort Bales and Mox llnnon hnvo hoen 1 continued In the District Court Svon A Vhlhore n nntlvo of Sweden inul H resident J of Halt Luko win ndmitted I to oltlzonship In tho ihird Dhtriot Court to Jay Survovor Oenernl Uowinnn nnd 1m fnmilv hnvo liken up their losidenoe In tlio liniul sumo liKott houso on tlio ooinvr of South leiuploand l8tieots Iho Union 1nolflo hnu mndo n t > round trip rnto from...

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. — 5 October 1886

lt 1E kt Eveniug 18tm at r4 SECC > ND ED JTXC > N4451LVI IYNO 30 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY OCTOBER 5 188G FIVE CENTS flISfLAST HOPE GONE I I ExAldeimnn Incline Will S rve Out His Sentence i KOFL CONVENTION NOTES M onneeUtll 4 lilineN III I Vllli Itlaliio niTtIaJ rltles Tlon I rom tic cciit > Ihe New oner SlKd lfb I JClHrnl nlh r IL tllhllu I f b 1 < II H nc1IIIeiN DDOIII Sealed AIDANT NY Oct liTho Court of Ap weals has handed down a Decision con tinning tho sentence of tho lower court in I the oase of ox Mdorman Jaohne convicted on a charge of bribery in the Hroadway Roll I g road franchise Judge Andrews wrote tile decision In the Jachno I case Judge Itapillo ootrJ tf orootrJ s I wrote a dissenting opinion I of 5 000 words in which Jndgo Earl roncurs MONTANA riuKiiou I S Governor UiiliNcr Jtlakrv 1111 n f jliunlj IE ol e port Ilic to Illlirli tlin Soi rcturj t VAHHISOTOS Oct 18 J Ilnuser Guy ernor of Motitiin lemtory in hIs annual wpoi t to the Secretary of tho Interio...

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. — 5 October 1886

ntt hC cmornt TSI4Y OOTOlllm ti 116 c Price delivered hy carrier 76ctj per month Hy mall I year 1710 G months 100 3 month J W StmMVeokly 3 per year U eight months fllour months Advertising rales iirnlshed at office HALT LACK IlKMOCBAT COMPANY OfficeOS and 71 W Second Bontli Htrcet r 0VJKKLVS MISTAKES The Boloction of tlio city of Klclimond Virginia as Ilio place of mooting for tho Knights I of Labor In annual contention wi fraught with inoro troublo to tliu Order than it commit well foresee and is likely to result In damage to the work hoped to ho accomplinhed there Oruul 1 Muster Workman Iowderly made 11 had break when ho alluded to the equality of all men In the Order for tho reason tjjit p custom and precedent both hold tho colored man aloof from his while brethren t In all nodal Intercourse the line being drawn oven in places of public amuse mcnl mid extending through all grades of Hocleties and organia lions oven to the Masonic fraternity Not all the bonofltfl promised by a tho...

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. — 5 October 1886

fl L J RAILROADS JV II j U It Scenic Line of the World I LA lOe tLallr P t4QENYER X RIO GRANDE Lk EDrt roWstcrn Railway Mt tth get11 BIU Unlverfally conceded to be k f mftiTHE POPULAR k LiW Passenger Route I y b 1 lUtWCCII lllC Hlmt Ullll VlMl n Yli BBi I 1014 J T mr r OaiXy XjlXLo r Ogden Bait Lake and Denver lor I Wtthout Chnllgo of Cars vrIIOtu aU I f b 1 I J ept lZIbe 0n1y XJMLO RRGtt Dettreoi Bait Lake and Chicago W1LIiOiio Change of Cars I Qt < I ThtfOnly Lino botwoen the Wost pld tho East Running Through Salt II Laltacy1 i Pullman Buffet r I AND 7 AT < Bleeping Cars IWOirTtiiJriiroush Passenger Trains I STt I It t r Mnb from Salt Lake City I run ltf kt ROm dim Irco for the uso of IIOJ 1 JtitII ug Secondclass and Emigrant eICk ERNp tlnntlc Express LeaO ii ilnlly at 945 a m Leaves Salt VI I 1 tlkeo ttHfJB < Hly at 1110 a m Direct connection 4 II 1 matSrt Pueblo Una Denver for Omaha Kan as Cllyandull points East r 4Th4acIflb1 Express ArrteCSalt JakoOlly from the East at...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 5 October 1886

tj I faltj IIC tomowut I ilW o i TU1MDAY 001011111 r > AIIUIVAF AMI CIOSIMI UK MAILS it 18 Kilt Uke Cltj IoMofllce SALT IAKKCITY UNITED STATES Utah IOSTOFFICF April 1 6G1 I ARRIVE CwoR NWlla il1 Q IIW n MOlltlllla 11111 Norlh 710 m 710 n1I1 II H II Eliot uti m 1010 BIII UItI II IIll1h 1100 R1I1 700 a1I1 Y I IIIIWah mgl r I ri I rfaIUI tJ gg 1I111 ham Utah 00 m 6 lO ahI J Soulheru Utah I 0 1111 620 am I Cho al > ovo h Bllllltlart l1oulllalllUmo V C 1IHOWK Postmaster I I Silver Quotations Corrected dally by Wcltf iargo A Coi I Limi Nciv Yorkper 100 IM O7 j Silver New York I lltvor Ixinilnn 41101 MCAI I < JOTS A plonsnnt nhuwer refreshed tlio air this niorninu > Wells Far o it Co lodiiy shipjiod l > nso Imllion valued at 1700 Henry llulilnson a plnin drunk wna lined jj in the 1ollco Court thin aftcrnuon The Chautauiiun Literary Society meets nt tlio MeUioilisi Church parlorH thin even ing Tho dearth of coliab casof in tho Dlntrict l Court is marked by n Rrent fnlliiin oi...

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. — 6 October 1886

vv z p T = 7 r i i tl11 alt 1Eakt ft t11iUJ JtmOttat < 11111 I SECC > > N EDXTIO > N445P M at Pt I VO i VNO 31 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY OCTOBER G 1886 FIVE CENTS R A DEADLY EXPLOSION I I II I four Men Blown to Atoms and JFivo Injured in Deadwood JTHE K OF L CONVENTION j Aellerl MIIeMi1UtCrVOWCd nt cAt lbuqnorijuo mill IHiiltM the Kill llclous Slutciiitnts Vlinut Ills JBfi Cninpnlirii IgaliiNt roiilmo I I Ucnitl Lxtilu < loii J DEADWOOD Dakotu Oct nA box of flirty poundsof giant powder exploded in jioUUO foot level of tim Caledonia mine last ening blowing four men to pieces and in IlInnn 1r1nll live orflix otbeio A spark from n Ipa caused tho explosion JJ K0t L COMIMION I Scoh he Honor of tile Cointiiltlcr oil CRlKlatlniiIho Colored 1 ICiilKhl UtotriipSD Va Oct fi lo morrow will taken up in tim discussion of the question re ot I 11 tho admission or rejection of eight or ten legates 1 Whoso cases wore roforred to the miralttoo on Credentials They come from ireril S...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 6 October 1886

nU nhc tmon nt WEONHIOY OOIOUIMI 0 l 111I 1rlcc delivered by carrier 75cts per moulb By mall 1 year 7M 6 months 400 3 munt1li M W 1 if miWeekly II per yclrl i 2 eight tnniithi It four months liltrertlMug rates furnished omee SALT IAKG DKMOCIUT COMPANY orace CJ and 71 W Second South Street SILVER DEMONKTI55ATION I Tho Wlnncmurca Nov Sitter Stnte publishes nn Interesting nnniial report of J V McCunly Stiporintcmlpnt of tho Innultao Vnlloy inlno locttucl in IluinbolJt iounty It shows tluil tho total vnltio of the product of tho tnino for tlio year was I11I5251 l tlio low by tho reason of tlio tlisuotint on silver being 022 > 18 The Silier State in eoinmcnthiK upn tho report san 1 Well mid truly does Sen ator Sherman of Ohio say much as lie ii opposed to the metal that the silver question is the greatest of all political issues of the day Legislation which re duces tho valuo of tho product of a silver mine in which a largo put of tlio pioteeds Ii expended In wages fully onofouitli Is...

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. — 6 October 1886

C JJ d > RAILROADS rul II i ScenILine of the World I 3 ii 100 1 SallLaklllt BtLaDENVER l j RIO GRANDE eat7Z Dft t fev J 8It n VCIJ Western Railway Cltuodtqt Illenger I IN BHlPi wWersally conceded to bo Gtr I rHE POPULAR to Passenger Route II I BV R l lluttvctm io1tMf6 tlio iust niut AVcut J iI7 a font ho Ou1y X0i23C t S lohvec Ogden Salt Lako and Denver Pout for I ViUlOut Change of Cars PI1 I J Ing agOol 1 nflh r I 1 vn clpenIIL Th u1Y Xiixio l MflERGE < Hetweon Bait Lake and Chicago Vithlbntfjpho Change of Curs CJr rC The OnlyLino between the West Thd tho East Running Through Salt cikBjCUyT XIJ Pullman Buffet IUD m o t AND I Ar Bleeping Cars OuinllThrouch Passenger Trains TEST n nnvTjWTThfl Only Line from Bait Lots City I run L XvOUT > ug7t > loot > lnir Cni free for tho use ugi VsongariUioldlng B Secondclass Emigrant Iokats I STERN r m Kl i T7 TheijiAtlantlc Express aveJOgdeaJdally at 945 ain Leaves Salt ST I Bike City dftlly at 1110 om Direct connection inodo at eu...

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. — 6 October 1886

r 11 1 11 5 1111 r jtIll WIt J t J RIL W DN = OOTO J U jitmui AMI uosivi of suns at t Solt I ke CItIo tomre AlT LY T T AITIRaS rFICsr1 ARRIVR CLO R 740 pm 7i i tJllfornla BIIII Wc1 1100 Bm 430 Im lolllnna all < 1 orlh 740Im 730 am II n n Knst 500 pm 1030 am ug < 1cn Utnh 1100 am 730 am o lcn Ulnh 740pm 430pm I nlll 1 ih ui ii g I g onlhcrn Utnh 60 pm 620 am Thc I above In I standnr < 1 mo mtaiu time W C HKCWF lostmastor Silver Quotations tUnrrecttd lall lty Wells Iarco t Co 137U I Le l New ork perloeilM 4 SlIvcr NeIVYork f lIvcrIII < 1ol1 4J OCVJ 10 IS McCornlck t Co to dny shipped Crescent oro valued nt fB COO Wella Purlo Go to dny slilppeel bnso bullion vnlucel tit f 700 llioCiilkli t Moritz builclitiy if i alrcndy up to tlio squnro of tlio second Hour nnd is mill KoiriK on up Godfrey 1 lenlmrdt n Hnlnt fnllon from Krnco nnd 1 O Odder woo fined 5 I enoh in tho Police Court this morning for mdnlf hif in n drunk At 1iJO clock jcfitordny nftornoon tho jury in the Urinn ll...

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. — 7 October 1886

tlii 3 alt 1takt ctbt11iug tntiocat ti l u SECC > Jt E ITIC > N445prtJVJr rlQ rl = VOL l JVNO 32 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY OCTOBER 7 1886 FIVE CENTS NILESVINDICATED i I I Tho ExGovernor of Arizona Conies to His Roliof non HE UTAH COMMISSION REPORT ho Knight of Mi I or Not Vet Or p gnnlzeil Trouble Over the Jol orod Molecule A mill < flout PcwtiorVxplosloii III rolorailo I I loomor ot Arizona oil ill l1ell RVBr Louis tt 7EUovernot Tritlo of Ibizona was In the city yostordaj In ro 3Trd to the romoval of the Indians hy Jon lt J rl il Mllos from that iorritory ho said iho moval of theilndians was demanded by o Arizonrt Association of 1ioneers bj org newspaper in tho Territory for many EJ Jars l and in ovory annual report mado by j un er Arthurs and Clevelands Adramis laiii itlons I asked for the samo and Score ry Lamar in making his report to Con nirJi aB ytorc OM last Deoomber embodied my reooin < i mdahons thereby endorsing them Dei you think General Miles was blame I I...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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