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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 28 December 1886

l nit f9 hc cmo t1 UJI SDA DEOImmm 2A lSSG I rime delivered carrier Wets per month l I t Ily mull I year rO 0 mouth MOO a month 2W Semi wcekly t + 1 per i year 2 eight months i II four months t at VJvcrtlstiiR rah furnlilu 1 at office 3AITI AKK riRMOcnvrl w COMPANY OINni T3 nu1 1 71 VV Second 1 South Street lOllS II ItnMS I Illor i TOIIN A LOGAN I i John A Logan was In ahoy respects the foremost man of the nation As u 1 s tibllth mi and Btntcsnmn as a represent alive min of the people let Senators L Beck and < 1 Voorhces hit political i oppo r newts speak of his iitltlltios The first k says of him IIo was a blunt strong n bold honest manl > man Ills integrity I I was absolute lime I last niincil Senator says IIIfo was an oxceCl1ingl slrongmin 4 in this LOmil y a mil cil of nice both of mans 0 1 in peace and war I Know no p 1 death which cold at this time have 1 struck tho country with a Broiler sense + of loss luau l that of General Logan 1 lint mult 1 with theta great virtues...

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. — 28 December 1886

c t t d 4 a II DAY I1O11IIE1 I 281886 CASSECOU Xell Ii aIlsIfll lOll 1ioiii < lie I fllJlch of nil Itolsfjolioy slOISI M DttrIO the n ae601 lre fii k IarI tj A rc 1I1Il11lual I rUlel c eeccnlrlo I f loll and repuhllelooklnll mllll I t od b A large Icautllnl ullng 10 IIn c rl led Charmed a I I the 1018 lovely cblld II ft scot In the gallery iccIlrco U ol JI ec COt r thu II I liv a eat g00 n nnll Iov n ehe d IaIY Jh rfir lb fI fI Iii hem prllIgO I 1 flOlt the Iht O < clafmlng M IlIlmo la I CLSseGoII 0Ier1 1utIflo Insolenco 1olh l whI 111e rou 1110 otYeader f the a I ge iIl I ho e oul hokeil t before it iCeIt I Irlel1I COllrlllloI auswers ittrtli V hn tur1I to Ihie lhteithre t to Ihijil bltliv t I el I no lhIilPCorel I 1 f W e el f eg II OfI1VlOlI tt oil ihIIt lIfeless Hnrrlllel chllh the Iloor tJ1 lfIU goo cryhog l toilet Ihiel 0111 lnllJ1e al vohem t et lie etW ft young moan hlnf I ieelt hit Ihe lloeatre sllll1allll111 mhe lIower him hIs hanl jilmimit hit II h lfec I IYaf lv I ...

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. — 28 December 1886

tt I rr OUT OF TOWNII I MM1II1IUIMM1 I MUS IN I 1IIM1 I B lituli OHMS 1 > Cl 28 As 80011 us the will I news of tho death of Oonotil Logan reached this cltv tho boys of John A F Dix Post G A iL ran tip tho flags al I half must and thu County Court House ll uml City Hall followed suit is did others 1 Plio Griinif Armj will give their grief at tho sorrowful event expression in a pill tt lie tnniinci befitting the man mill the oc I asion Particulars will ho l furnished as j soon H the irriiMemcnH no decided upon ° 11 UK i > irlicM who have been Irving lo J i inn a randy t stoic in OILSJ vtSpirgoH stationery otahlHinicnl have icalied i Iho t rind fojllshiKM of Hiving th ad l I vcilisingpennici lluv moved out to th day bag and baggage Irani 1m S Hiohirdi pasetl tliiontli I Ogden Mondii morning aft mute to U Islington to tar his wires to pundit ant i Mormon UgisHtion in onjr < ss f11f r there are rumors tint tho IVoplos Iii party intend lontLsting tho legality of tho registration ...

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. — 29 December 1886

I I iToVBKTISE I1 a O Y EST DEMOCRAT cntJXNG r lc AND W AlT y I CHEAPEST In > OIIYCAtcfi tt It Cake l B tmiocat OITYOIRCULATION Ozilon First Kdltlon FOUH BOOMXNG Kdltlon I EDITIONS aQO7 YESTERDAY DAILY IMP 1 20 r M M I i Second Yon 4 I > f M I Morning lilltlou 100AM = = SECCI Ernrnr 1 T T V IJ SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 29 1886 FIVE OENTS I AMOROUS MESSAROS City Parsons Pec A Quaker Cty cant Pccoadilloos MRS COULSTONS OHARQES 1ar siijv II It Coutiilrniy IIot L in iinil JIiNroulNloiilul lo AlISIIII IUI ol 11 lnjf in the JbI tlo1hr I mll LIrIY iMlllltir III UllitllillUII Lrr SlT ODeo Irho l leaders in CrcIITf I Sronwnlrolions nro busily engaged try to t devise innio mentis by which to 11 iidf the labor vote in the coming Hpring I ltdf n for future operations They have Clpal f found sufficient encouragement to yel aol foonL I lf making n formal campaign with n lctif1 makloJ but will nt boat run a can 1 lrltYtCketbui Cav dis Huh Cnvanaugh ilJde for mayor dil S mister w...

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 December 1886

t u n M 1 fait sgahc tmo nt rW WEDNESDAY DECEMBER ai 1880 I I V Price delivered < by carrier 60cts per month 1L 7 lly mall 1 year 750 C months U 00 3 mouths UOO StintWeekly per yenr 11 eight months 1 tl l four mouths Ailverttalng rates furnished nt office t SAITlAKK DKMOCnAT IUIIUSIIISn OOMPASIf l nnire C9 nnd 71 W Second < South Street I dolls II IIINMS fdllor PROULEM OK SOUTHERN IIIOIt I In a conversation immediately after c the war with Colonel James Ilion who ns commander of a South Carolina regiment fought on the Confederate side through t the contest tho question as to the proper treatment of the frccdmen came up Ho accepted the results of the fight and tho I subjugation as lie was pleased to term it of the South as u fixed fact No one 1 at that time expected that the ballot t would bo isloii to the freedmon We e must replace our slaves by foreignborn 1 laborers said Rlon lint it was an swered lour Ollt hoots of manual laborers and your habit of command over slaves It wi...

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. — 29 December 1886

aU Ath rltt DEOBlIHlEH 21 IB iDSESD 7SSECOU iiniisliiltoii 1ioin Hie VPU I Frcnch Jn lloisgolioj sYIWISI ilrlD Ihe t llrc k I j I cll C81b ltr e 111I1Ilo1l1slIK rlllel f 18rg se8l jl r lokl J r IN J hnrmell Ioy the IS YK loely U i lIfl 1 1171l l el ere be CS IlIgere1 lit 1 relic clio II Ioy II 1 1I t 1111 0 I gllI I e C gcIDm Ig t fOllgI rl KI I t I jl U 01 the ollolldor e 1I C I h 1 Oll o r ed 1 I e II1ICed he return to tho tholltre to 11111 blm8 rrner hn IJlsnpenred caSSeeOIl c Jstl el eg ir lIflllOtI e I t cllnI 1 1 OIl the lIoor IlIeles 1I0rrlflel t gh I 1 Ilchlng eoeell III tho thootro slgllalllllJ abif 1 13 I Ii a K c l ll IIJ I i i the eC g Lnlllbr p r f i rCI 11 r bi lUX S II 1 Ws il h chllnre l nurarle1 10 IL loenrllrcS9 rOllth IL Ilr o nmouut nlll lot I r Sll glI e s orul i r1hI llrl Ky lgJW Jt i 1I1 1 l ftel I t I r p lj o rb lIght Ight 01 tho rullle1 glllllloler II I III od I I 11I r I IIfutl < llIre1 hi III to to h 1111 011 their wny to he chcallerK O f In fltln I el...

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. — 29 December 1886

r t ff p I r OUT OF TOWN 1 t f 1i miiiiimiMi NEWS IN nun i I t Ulnli i l Ounrv 1Il > 29Mr Joseph Strong u well known young business man has + Ionic low n from the fleshpots of Sho tl o fdionu to spend a few days in town It Is to bo regretted that the useful and instructive Institution the Clmutnuqua class bus suspended entertaining PCS i sion where ninth of the good 1 true and beautiful has boon learned and audit during the past few months Tlio do cision to suspend was reaehe 1 only by a 1 ll majority vote u1 Mi II O Harking the binkti and r stockman U in town having corn down t rt from ICCI1I1 lon W C Dollnlge Ins relumed from a j trip to lark City on Ills way hack to Mont tni F Hie Bluets IM hint iii well thrjiigh uu fro exertions of nilurcf mil tin Street q b Siix rvisoi c On Moiulii tiers was a gay ilhering 1 i wo Xr U Sr snll1r re I ul the over hospitable res leiuo of Mr I and Mrs Win Van Dyke on Young rt ty street on tho occasion of tho thirtieth nnniveroirj of their weddin...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Evening Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Salt Lake evening Democrat. — 30 December 1886

Dl1laH lIIoulb D a VEIVrlSE co J O EST r le AND uXNG WANTS y J OHEAPEST in ronYenr t I Ie = I It a k t m tm t a t I CITYCIRCULATION Ogden hirst FOUIl Edition Edition C > EDITIONS MX YESTERDAY DAILY lOOr 1 20 r M M I j DEMOORAT Second Edition 4 1 > e M J r IIrt t Morning ldltloii 1 CO i M SEC < > N E XTX < > N fotIY = O 102 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY DECEMBER M 1886 FIVE CENTS I DER CUPIDS SMILES rhe Expected Marriage of Secretary Lamar RAHT WAS LOGANS FRIEND nmi iinirltli r U hero nll 11111 I t Ural I Ih IIUI SWII 1llkrrlOl lrh II 111 Ij rrlor I tl HIinmM l > rlll Udlllll to I ORUM if msaioN ltc nhHo 1 who aro in W1saISoro iinthinK thnt Ocnoial Giant was at SimfrienUl tu Sonnlor Iionnn nnd that Irnnfrienly lovaltj lo Ihe Uopnblioin n 11 MO their belief upon a resnrroctod W Sf General Grant a written n number I Icrof In Hill discussion tlio I fnct is eo ll M bUr ii Std Ihut Oenornl Grant m 1881 nn S himself for General Logan for the I Scv these interviews woiol...

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 December 1886

s rl r c idt Ounce elu occitt THUK3DAY DECEMBER > 1880 Trice delivered by carrier Wets per month 1 Uy mall 1 year tot r month 1100 3 month 1200 l SemiWeekly 3 per yearn 12 eight months II four months Advertising tales furnished at office BUT IIKB DBSIOCBIT Ilnusmso COMPANY 1 OtllceC9 and 71 W Second South Street 1 JOHN II IIKXMS EJIIor NEW YEAR CALLS 1a The DEMOCHVTwould ho pleased If all citizens of Salt Iake who intend receiving formally on Now Years day would send t notice of tho fact to tho office either this afternoon or early tomorrow Friday that no may furnish a list for the guid ance of their friends t i 0 t JUSTICE TO LIVING AND J DEAD I 1 t f J a With fuller knowledge of the law and w 1J j facts in the case of lie killing of Dalton = a t hy Deputy Marshal Thompson there has II Ip been a notable change in public opinion fl l + concerning the criminality or justification hl of the officers act Tho reports which rt t were first circulated seemed to indicate L I l that the ...

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. — 30 December 1886

att nhc tmot At Y I > IWlmlJElt 30 IBBG Taen SD CASSECOU Translation From llic vflfl l VCiieli of Ju Jtolsgolioy onwrOI purlng Ihe JanIJ e 01 Lre j r n I caDlh entr o < llIal Is rlldel fonn allll mlllli I J 1 r II II h ol W1 I e fIg gf t II I rr he rr g lIgcrl1 I R rellectlon lIy II i bl eli I 1ugO guI I < I mr g l III lg 1 foa rl KI I ri g V J I VI1lII acl tho oirollllcr I II u I lolll o h e 1I o r o c r i I a ell I I lign ftSY i cg I hi r lel lug Iho Ihcalre wllh Iho ogro O mJ RaIl OU gn1lug Illto Ihc ho nw IJr ljlno 1I l II t fi I ro e Ihc troel ho 01lW It ollllg 111111 whl ghal oeoU III Ihc Ihelliro olgllllllluJ r if I I II a cl llnJ I J fi Ibele in 11 h r h J f fr I gl t el 1 H baace1 ha h Y 11 1ll hClllllreb Ihl I nllrnelell to II ollih cIII U O a akell II lIugo 1110011111 ul1ll 101 trreColl f I i Yglll g e ofrlll i le rll rl Ky 1 t 1 1 ltl J I 1 OIlUJ 1111111 hllll 1IlIppellrcl J la YII r I t rl l h III fM tllnl t I I I IIIIJ 11I 1 I I I IJrlntiottl I IICr n r IIWI I...

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. — 30 December 1886

OUT OF TOWN M ifiiiiioimo M EWS IN IIKII P Vlitli Onnrn DCP JOTho romnilsston of the pre ent postmaster in this city Major I A Ittlclicld expires in Ilio course of next month Humors as to his successor are rife and numerous At anj rate ho will bo a Democrat Tho most prom inent man in the field is lohn O fjlcr who is an open and avowed applicant for the position and will HO icinilii till the die is cast Ho would certain make a moit acceptable postmaster as his popu larltj Is unquestiono 1 and general This forenoon fifteen men left heie un der engagements on the Midland road in Colorado Among them were Nols McCarthy George Wright Stoo Spiuld ing Al Herrick C T Corey W C Haj and others We wish them luck Tnesda evening Assistant Prose cutinc Attorne Ogden Hilos and Me Hierbower Attorney H I Koti rs and Doputv Alarshal Ciuhhco took a trip to Plain City where tho mcmhcrs and friends of the 11 in City branch of tho Loyal League wcro holding a most en thusiastic gathering Tho thrco first mi...

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. — 31 December 1886

e 1 t I DRla HTEST OSI GO AND JJSrG nf1 OHEAPEST > 1 I > It J k 1 l l 1 OITYCIROULATION BC > agoo MJNG YESTERDAY I ticI ly mnll ro n cnr Jt a J t < Inolll h h rot a t JI tmo FOUH EDITIONS DAILY AIVFUTI3L WANTS In the J OOcnriltloli Hrstl lllloii 3 IMP OOP M M DEMOCRAT n Second Morning Edition Idltlou 4 100 15 AM r M SECCN XTXfN 11 t V IVNO IPX SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY I DECEMBER H 188G FIVE GENTS I THE WEEK IN SOCIETY A List of the Ladies Who Will Receive ToMoriow THE PLEASANT HOURS HOP CHub lulrlalu The MiiiUMpinri uot or lcii uiil Piintrv maul Iurtrw Minicroiiw lliirriiiccn Icmoinil I nlcro r1 Ie inl < niiilnir I IPIIU In ilhia issue of Iho Di MOOIIVT is I piescntid the first weekly roviiw of lending sicietj ewnts Hiii column will hereafter bemndo nljiJintffenlnroin tho Siturdny Di SIOUHVT RnJ it is I tho intention to niako each is mo MS Inlereslinj ns i ossiblo lo the ladles audio ggeuly peopli in gonoral Ihoso who take tninteritt in such things would confer 1 re...

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. — 31 December 1886

tt4 l a c n1t ldtC uxa nt1 I I DEOEM11EU ai 1880 I FRIDAY I race delivered carrier Wets tier month lly mall 1 year 1700t G month 1100 3 t mouths UOO BuntWeekly 3 per year U eight months q II lour mouths t Advertlitng rates furulslied at office Il SALT LAKR DRMOCIUT ponuiinsn OOMMNY OffieeG9 anil 71 W Second South Street I JOHN II IIKNMS tclltor t t TilE OLD YIAU AND NKW t Tho DBWOCIIAT takes timu by the fore 2 lock and wishes its readers ono and all a t 3 Happy Now Year lleforo wo greet thom again 18811 will have dropped Into tho rearward division of time and its succes I sor will havo commenced its short maicli If towards tho next station on the endless load to eternity Tho outgoing year has B ° witnessed the gathering in by tho grim icaperof unusually rich harvest of illus trious Americans With that exception i i it has contributed but little of marked I I importance to tho pages of our NationH a history Peace and prosperity havo E however prevailed The march of pro gression has n...

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. — 31 December 1886

i1tt aJu l mOtrnt DEOImDElt 111880 rnl D If CASSECOU eW Tiiinslntlon Jloni the r FJrllch ol Jtolsgohoj sY III I 1831 Ilurlng Ihc Carnival In II lbe 11 haleccenlrle youuZ mnnnume1 I te r n fJI c I ifijt 7 r i cg c Ulr IWi J8 lltJII I W IltnlO lh rorUlancc Iho Inlly Is rmllll IIIUr rterlhett IOX Iho ogro III appcnr8 nnll Ihe jreJ lOr nll In Ihc Ircel nl1l1 Inken 10 Iho 1 11e s hO liiIOI fl I rllo II I I he nrs ho w1l1 I1nd Iho murderer t e cassonnllo hecome hIs nlly 110 1lbls lonlhlnl nl11bler whom ho lJolrlenI lr atlCUl > la to r hlllll CIIVIIIH XVI I iiinir is IIH1AIWu j tlio test l You went in and uTuon yeH HiI I WOII Illlni8t nlon iini inl UIM uio ieontv tvo fruits ought to l tWO gono nlllllnkell I tln folium IJ with me 01 If changcd to the black mil follow ed lucky lelI I hhonlii now he nth l liidlcoull t MV no inoa imhapp hov ox me1 Cam IClllll terrified this out ltd t tho pisnoil which wis feedliB K Hill Verniers he ut n 1Oh sir1 ft1 Iho ollB 11I1111 with Cement il w i eisj ...

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. — 31 December 1886

OUT OF TOWN I lOIIIJOItING JilMKS IN IIKII I OUDIS Dec 11 IIn tho District Court yesterday forenoon Frank Dnrfeo n young farmer from Heaver Dim was ar rnigned on n charge of polygamy also on gn counts for unlawful cohabitation His women are Lucy T and Sarah Ann fho day forpleullng was not for Monday next I low as tmt under 1000 bonds furnished by Win II Wright mid llarnard White Peter Petersen of Petersen appaiently a petered out old fellow waq arraigned I for U 0 on two counts Anna mid Aliry being accomplices IIo first started to plead guilty but on request of his counsel U C Kichai N IKJ was allowed to reconsider Up to mailing tuna ho had not yet given notice of his new tactics Yostordiy afternoon there was mi unIt usual attraction at C L Peebles drug store uW was lute draw ing i for a Inn If paint landscape executed by Vrthui Kuhn n talented young son of Abe Ktilin One hundred chances at fiO cents oacli had been issued Amos Stone of Mound Fort was tho lucky man after only a few n...

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. — 3 January 1887

t I nth HTEST rH1ISE 0aMxL4rcr Y DEMOCnAT AND WANTS CHEAPEST in tlm o y It It I jn1 kic jD t t nte cLa t 7 Ill I CITY Oedcli etniftd FOUR CIRCULATION Kdltlon Kdltlon EDITIONS gaoo fl XN YESTERDAY DAILY 100F 4 1201 2 15 P M M M I J = = = Morning Edition 100AM 1 t SECC ITX N IVNO 101 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY JANUARY 3 1887 FIVE CENTS r J UROPNEUVIONIA Jins Compliincnts to the fllinoia Stock Board hao PRESIDENT FEELS FINE Kiiexiuuik TlcICtciI i Iu lltl m uunlirul br l u lrnniiIllHr dull 1 lliouMnil t tlltiic IIflhId tier I > < ill h limn SirlUct Irr Jan 81Iio pioprictors < > t tlio I JfetIhI havo OIIOUICO to their OU Ibo proposltol to ivo thCU for the 0 1rLi01i Of tile not ProiltO of f year 0e03 After resorviii the intoreot l lee of the property Iho I employes d I biro in proportion to the waKcH ru unrig tho year lucy suggt Rt to the bVV uriol j formation of u mutual benefit Inruiiiisiiig to oontrilmlo all aiiiouii the afgregatO cOltlhulols of the H I ho proprietors say i...

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. — 3 January 1887

u I r 1 Y f Ior I n1t r Ildu c itm nt t I MONDAY JANUARY 1887 + k G Price delivered by carrier OOcts per month ly mall 1 year 760i B months M 00 3 r months 200 SemiWeekly It per year 2 eight months II lour mouths ri t Advertising rates furnished at office SALT LAKR DRooc tic IlDUiiiiNa COMPANY 2 Office CT and 71 W Becond South Street I t r JOHN II HKXMS Editor Y it TilE 1AROWAN CASE I I I The trial of y Marshal Thompson for the killing of Dalton has been net for I I the Oth instant nt Parowait Assistant I District Attorney 0 8 Varian will con I duct the case upon the part of tho Gov iF I I ernment It id the determination of the prosecuting officers an expressed by 41 I + themselves that there shall be n full and impartial investigation of the case mid if I w the deputy in any manner exceeded the n limit of the law in the killing of Dalton 1 he will bo piosccutod na vigorously r as any criminal huts been by tho District i Attorney or his assistants since they en tll 4 tered upon 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. — 3 January 1887

It aJtc Smami TJANUA1tY 3 i 1887 OW CASSECOU liuiisluUoii riom lie I SI1W l flcurh ol Du Jloisgolioj SYOItS 1831 luring tiLe Cllrnlvnl In la the Y I h1 cellirle youu1 fifth IInmed I ItttO1n kuntflttl CuSe aubreak 1 inbrenet a ffa a beautIful lady flu i ek tttrt t e lar e repiulslvelnok I iud l acCOmP lr IIIWc ileolt Theatre r lh 0 the laity Is lottie mile finer e 0 r I Imlllr ed r the g t tr rL ° tue I ogre dIlufihiticars till the 4ureI I fl t e te time tuluil taken to ttte rr hi I tOU I uhpeaktulg lii alt tutukilowit I laoul hg tuoitgtitlttt1O1h1YterY 1 r Chit itt his 1l h C lftr galiuhulCi nuuite I hiecoineq wholut lie tutu befrktuits ally I he O tell murder tulnu asseCoit i ha ii iutwhO ittitghhor MtO liouigt I takes I charge le af SlhfN I 111 n VI 1tillrgW IIlI1ble wy 10000 Irnlleo hits elllploer fn agrees 10 ICtitt1ttt11 nmolllll j lILITElt VUI UEKMHNI I si IJ is moH I IMS The cIeYhhtCn bieuk neck though lie I Oil I aI 1 niiiLh Bood SCUM ind I had his itO reasons foi wishing to...

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. — 3 January 1887

n r I 1 OUT OF TOWN I A a NEIfIIIIIOJn n NEWS IN IHtiri I Utah OeiDKMJan Major M II Deardsle t mine host of the Palmer House at Green i river on the D H O Railroad paid 1 N Ogden a living visit on blinds Work on the Ogden Syracuse road already mentioned at length in the Di M i I oeiiAT was begun today In a few days I I 1 the connection between the mil switch on the Utah Central nine miles south I t from here with the great saline and san Itary region of Mcsirs Adams Kiesel will ho opened We loot for great do j Ir velopments Mr Leo Kastoi a former townsman F of ours but now a prosperous merchant I j of Evanston Wyoming is now in town J Ira T Spa dings employment agency ti m sent to day twelve men from Park City to work on the Midland road which is i rapidly pushing this wny from Colorado r The Insecurity of our most public and sf most frequented thoroughfares was again 4 illustrated tho other night On Non Year Eve 1 a little boy was passmgnlong iE on tho west sidewalk of Main street ...

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. — 4 January 1887

j L h Rla J3 EST A OHEAPEST Z I It It ake 4 1 icL OITYOIROULATION D300MI3STO J31370 YESTERDAY I J tt ro de mont A DVrnTIBE I r IC WANTS y in n the I ycnr t tm J W Ogden First Kdltlon FOUR Fdlllon EDITIONS DAILY H20r 300r M M 1 I DEMOCRAT Second Kdltlon 4 r > p M Morning Fdltlou 100AM i J SECCN IJTX < = = = = = I y5L IVNO 105 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY JANUARY 1 1887 FIVE CENTS TTT iATH CRASH I Collision on the Bal rightful Col r timore Ohio Railroad PERSONS KILLED NINETEEN sci nth ut the Wrick CIle iirciiilliiB ree lnlprloUc IlKMJiiHcri In fill 7 CflfNLIiC flcit niil the flIiug Inn SIler lu 1U RI n 1 IIr Ii Ititii II I IIrc Ir 11lult J CIIlu clcn II 1113 SlwlerN rnlrUrnllhlc lor or U rJ ° nikli lllienn Eat rtIaiuttI IUI iiiorts Ih vuiitylTii mother ctlilciit nn Iho Ltm A Allinii Uuuil Non llllliiil Severn I liiur il I tnotlur Itiillrnuil Honor Tlms Ohio Jnn 4 Ihofast train on tho Bjltinwro I h Ohio Ilnilroad at nn early hour jjsiorninK collided with the 1ast bound 10mlnl coll...

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