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i gill LAk bAILYHERA1Ai ffttBAtf i l1NING DEOiaifiE R 24 1880 H 1
TELEGRAPHIC
Edisons Tclcplione
the offer
acswer to
London tln
tL general to tupply tee
Of tits p stm4er
Tele
use tho Ldiaon Telephone
for public
phones Company today advertises tat
phone ft has cxoluMve patt rights in the tele
nhonp ai d will proceed eHinft the post
master general for any infingement of
them
Telesraphs for China
Chicago 24 Tribunes Washinglo
Our comul eneral at Shanghai has informed
form rihe departnent of state that the
Emperor of Ouna hs given to the vice
roy at Tienuin perm sion to cooEtiu
a telegraph line from Tientsin to h i
1200 miles in length Tbe routs will be
torn Shanghai to Chinkling thnce
IIO R the lID of tb Grad Csnal ti
TienUin A short line of about seventy
mile will hlro pobsbly be constructw
by the viceroy HI TnDkin to conrwc
the capitil of his province with the main
one ut Coiikiiig 0 he work of settin
tccpiiSand nv ing tho wire will begin
next spring It is i estimated the enter
priso will cost 500 OOJ
Criminal Calendar
Boston 24J W Bnx > ndalo aged
24 who bad the financil department of
the shoe manufactory of hi < father John
Uaxendale Broiton iIa E hisdisnp
p ard and is discovered to be a de
iuultor in 510000 which forces his father
to Impend business
AtSJria Conn 24 Chief of Police
Hays WM shot fatally while arresting
Chip timith a disorderly character last
night
Chicng 21 Tribunes St Louis
Miss Grover a society belle of St Louis
yesterday mnde confession that she was
the mother of a male infant whoso deal
body was pcked up in a vacant lot in the
city a few days ago She says she left
her bpd on the ilhtoftbe i birth Sunday
and took her child u ti e plate where its
body V7H f u d Mis Grover rcfu ea to
tell wlii the father of ibo child is
ilontrml HIt noe apj ears that the
procuring of girls from Montreal to fill
Chicago tit Louis and aan Francisco
dens of i famy has ben largely carried
on all summer agenU having come from
as fir as San Frs cisco for the purpose
Mme P quet said to be a note procuress
cures was today arrested and confessed
to hiving sent for WartS s vcral young
French CHiadmn girls Tody there
entered the police court u jouig woma
who bid just arrived from Cukao and
who at once digjiliving a largo rell of
greenback retained two lawyers to de
fend the woman Paquet Her name ill
said to be Care lieauchamp She confi
dentially i formed the court reporter I
that she had just c < > mo from Chicag
and that lout veck she had received two
HUlA girls Irom 31 ntreal ata certain den
on Slate street She has ccme alter the
defendant
The Delayed Trains
New York 2The Tribune A
resident at Oaklai Gal complains to
tho Tribune that the daily overland mail
has been delayed frequently of ate arid
that cattle traits ou the Union 1acific
Railroad have been given the right of
Way The delay l was said to be not un
usual and to excite unfavorable caramcn
on the P cific Coast
Sidney Dillon pesident of tho Urio
Pacific Railroad said yesterday there
had ben occasionally in ho mst fjv
months slight delays in the arrival of
trails at Ogden It ww uul for the
Union Pacific and ccntral Pacific trains
to make god the loss of time on the
otbr iin in the arrival at Scramen
or at Omaba Trains topped at Ogden
two hour usually and of course this
time would b greitly shortened in eae
of emergency I a few instances trains
k had arrival at Ogrtet < n the Union Pa
cHIc road a few hours late but the dely
had been caused in either case by un ore
seen accidents which were to be met with
on every railroad Dillon said if there
was the slightest ground for the com
plaints it would bo removed at once
In rtgatd to tbe arrival of west bound
trains at Sacramento Huntington vie
president of the Central Pacific Railroad
Compi declared tht if there was a
railroad in the United State which was
run on hfdule time that road ws the
Central Iacific III h t oders had ben
given to dicbarge ny conductor whs
brought in his train len miiiut bchim
time u less th > deny was caused by
some arbitru obt uction It was th
habit to make up the time lost on the
Union Pacific whenever it was possible i
THE DYING REPUBLICS
The Fatal Strangle of Chill
and Peru
New York 24 The Star and Berald
of Panama has a letter from Lima
dated D cumber l U 1 ho writ r says
Although the Chilians are scarcely 100
miles ott this ineUncholly fact attract
little HltMt lion There ctn be no doubt
of tho reult if this a my and reserve
fight well They are well armed and in
an engagement should ounumber tilt
enemy by at least 2jOUO men Tno first
division of tho Chilian army continues
at Phit > co waiting the arrival of the
second These two diviions will consist
in all 18000 men They have occu
pied Tiimbo da Mora and Chinch
whilst 35000 of them have paid a t hit
to tho ton of Ici where the
customary scenes of > iUging occurred
In Pbi co the liooua were nl owcc
to d6 as they cho H nnd innumerable
outgigps wero comjaiUtd Ta Chilian
minister t war und Gun Malumna are
at Lmnbo de Mora Gen Vil1n ran and
Conimau < lr iijnch worein Phitcj The
Chiiiina arc rei3 suinc the 10 sol notes
seized on board the Jsay They pay
their troops with them and the soldiers
force tneir acceptance Several sugar
cane panlationj bavo been destroyed
Chilians expect to march from 30000 to
SQUO men against Lime and with this
force hop to capture tbo city An un
limited sack is promised tho troops in the
event ol victory The Chilian forces en
camped in the vicinity of Tacna had to
bo marchd though it unarmed they
having demardcd the privi ege of wreck
ing it entirely before leaving on the
ground thai alter their departure Peru
vians might reoccupy it
The rVruvimi army is inc casing daily
in numbe vevu al batli is have re
cently arrived from the interior one from
Cajamaracn having macbed loa mile
All Ute captains of foreign menolwa
were in a meeting in Lima with ministers
respecting tho hulks in Callao bay
Peruvians order them out whilst Chilians
lay if they move th y will seize them
All are foreign property and tee ir eater
number have been fitted up to receive the
women and children during the fight
and n tedious time is i evidently coming
Immediately tho whole Chilian array
arrives in the vicinity Lima Dr Pedro
Jose C dnon wit be vested i win the
dictatrship as Pierola intends to devote
himself t > the army of which he is com
niandermchiet La Patri averts that
the war en bf carried iato tue Condillera
and waged there for years to come The
losses fullered throughout the republic
arc leading many to seek safe lodgment
for their Ynlu bles U B M iron clad
Shannon went t j Antion and took on
board specie and other articles in silver
which we e shipped unsecured They
would not be exporu d She receiv 600
000 pieros Mot foreign vessels will bo re
quested accept storage of a similar cha
racter The principal families Lima are
leaving and taking with them whatever
they can carry The better dwelling are
being stripped of their more valuable
furniture which is shipped north A
few families sod those of tho poorer
classes await the Chilians Tao haai
cndas near Phisco have been plundered
and destroyed lea also had a visit from
Chilians Officers ot foregn menofwar
will accompany the respectvo head
quarters tif the combataits Iquique
papers claim that Command r Lynch
obtained ore than 5000 in s cole and
merchandise in his raid in tho noith of
Peru and that the etfct on damaged
property was SSOOOOOO Callao nod
Malando are the only Peruvian ports
BOW closed to commerce Neircurrency
is put in circulation The notes are
called incase and represent silver
value They are intended to replace de
predated paper ties of which 3000
are received to purchase a 20 piece
Valuable filver mines are discovered in
Eusneavain
The French bark Adolphe wrecked
nojrValparai o wi valued at SO000
uninsured The Pacific Steam Nayiga
tion Company bee increased tbe number
01 steamers and have raised the rates of
freight owing to the rush of people j
leaving south Peru wih their property I
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t THE GRAND SCHEME
j I For Constrnciliic gnilroada In
I Mexico
I New York 24 Members of tho com
mittee on the organization of a railroad
system in Mexico who were appointed at
I a meeting held at Lolmonicos on No
vember 11th last met yesterday puc
suant to order of tbe cluuman Grant
at which the following gentlemen were
I present Gen Grant chairman Senor
Alatia Komero Thomas Nickereon re
presenting the Mexican Central Railroad
Company Edward 1 > Adam of the
Mexican Central and Sonora Railroad
Company Huntington of the Southern
Pacific Kaiiroid Cjmpany Jay Gould
of the Missouri Pacific Railroad Com
pany Henry G Marquand of the Iron
iloutit in Railroad Company Kennedy
of tho International Railroad Company
J Henry Work Frank S Bond of the
Texa pacific J B Horison of the
ilm ouri KangMB and Texas General
Palmar and Mr Wocrishofier repre
sentmg the Mexican Construction com
pany hud Thomas Jeflersoti Coulidge uf
Boston president of tbs Atchison To
peka and Santa Fe Railroad Company
who were ilso invited were unable to
attend Adams retd the report of
tbe majority of the subcommittee
Appointed at a previous meeting
in this city on the 20th of November
last to the effect that tho subcommittee
found it impossible to harmonize all the
interests Adams added by way of ex
planation that the Mexican Central
ttailroud Company and the Sonora Rail
road Company were in favor of a sub
stantial uuion among all the interests
likely to be nflected by tho organization
of a general railway ystem in Mexico
but that the parties intonated in the lx
can Construction Company wero not dis
posed to agree to any piau looking to that
end Gould handed in a paper which
he desired to be taken as the minority
report and which presents the following
basis for an agreement and plan of joint
action Pint that all the parties who
already hold charters from Mexico to
gether with the signers of the report shall
jCrPe jointly to construct any road or
roads required by the necessities of Mex
ico and by their own interest each party
having equal rights in all the roads built
under this agreement In case of this
agreement work is to be continued on
the three lines of railroad now building
under existing Mexican charters in ac
cordance with tbe terms of those char
ters until the proper modifications of
those charters shall have been asked aDd
obtained fiom the Mexican government
with a view to maze them 011 conform to
sucu other grants as the new combina
tion may ask and obtain from Mexico
All vetted inttrets and expenditures al
ready made to be equitably provided for
Second That the present chartered
interests shall continue to construct their
several respective roads and that each
of the signers of the report may obtain
the right to build and may build such
line or lines of roads at in their judg
ments may be required for their respective
intorett binding themselves not to build
lines irom tho tame points as those also
constructing on the frontier of Mexico
and also to diverge as far from those
lines throughout the several routes as the
topographical features of the country the
situation of tho centres of population
and the course of commerce and cli
matic considerations will admit
Third Failing in both of the above
provisions the signers are disposed to
entertain and will entertain proportion
submitting their respective claims and
differences in regard to these Mexican
railroads to their chairman General
Ulyssi s S Grant lila decisi > n thereon to
bo rendered in writing before the first
day of February next and not later
wbicn decision shall be accepted by both
parties and the obligations thereon
executed to carry it out
Other propositions wero submitted
with a view to some general agreement
and after a protract d discussion of these
in the course of which a strong feling in
favor 0 cowmunity of action made it
elf Apparent the mectii g adjourned
subject to a call U any time by its chair
man
NORTHERN PACIFIC
Its Blc Plans lor the Future
New York 24Froo Billings presi i
dent fthe Northern Pacific Railroad
told a Times interviewer yesterday that
General Anderson ergineerinchief
just re urmd fom the Yellow Stone Val
ley has alrendv cont acted fir tis and
timber for 00 miles ou that division and
bis tructions are to accomplish in the
coming year tho largest possible amount
of mile construction up to the Yel
ow Stono Valley with thoh view of doe
log up the central gap of 820 mile and
having the road running through in 16S3
This central gap is i from Glendive where
the Missouri division ends on the Yellow
Stone to the eastern end of the Pend
Joreillo division which extends 209 miles
from Ainsworth on the Columbia
River west to Lako Pond Doreille The
end Doreille division will be completed
in the early spring It is nearly all
graded the materials are provided and
on the spot and the track is now going
down As coon as it is 5 completed the
vork will be coitinu < d without interruption
tion eastward and with vigorous s
up the Yellow Stone going west and
from Lake Pend Doreillo going east the
company confidently expect to close up
the central gap in 1883 In addition to
his activity in tho heart of the continent
work U i to be commenced this wiiter on
120 miles across northern Wisconsin to the
Montreal River being the extreme east
rn division of the road and steadily
ca rid rwaid to completion This
division will form part ot the Lake Supe
rio South shore line running to Smite
Sic Marie connecting with Canadian
roads and to tho Straits of Mackinaw
connecting with tho New York Central
and Pennsylvania system It alto makes
a new connection with Milwaukee and
Chicago by the Wisconsin Central Be
sides work on the central gap and on the
Viscoiuin divion the company pro
pose during the coming year to begin the
connection on the western end of the
Fend Doreille division with tide water
Fatal Explosion
I
Bradford Pa 24This morning Al
> ert MaGee ot anton Ohio and fling
Perry wore mixing nitro glycerine lisa
well a mile from town when Perry iu
tb engine house turned steam too
aiiilly on tha frozen compound An
iploion followed which blow the derrick
into bits and drove Perry clean through
the fIgine house but ho will recover
laGee was blown into fragments the
only portions of his body recovrred being
the head and lu g which were found
100 yards away from other parts of his
body
Sensible Eunuch
Ottawa 231he government organ
in reviewing a leader from he St Paul
honccr Picas about the St Paul and
M8nitba Railroad says Here is a line
dirtlt from Chicago into the best of our
nor liece ern territory pouring its wealth
into the Americ metropolis of the west
It seems almost idle to cherih hopes of
great commercial advantage from the
Canada Pacific
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PrerareIfronlj 1 tapicll
Irmts amid 4at
Isfhe Best and Most
Agreeable Preparation
in the World I
For Constipation nilionsnesg
Headache Torpid Liver Hem
orrholds Indisposition and aU
Disorders arising1 from an ob
= kructcU state of thc system
Ladles and children and those who dislike
taking pills and nauseous medicines are espe
cially pleased with Its agreeable qualities
TROPICFnUTT LAXATIVE may be used
In all cases that need the aid of a purgative
sit hartlc aperient medicine and whllelt pro
luces the same result as the agents named It Is
entirely free from tbe usual objections common
Co them Packed In trozzei Ua bon ccly
Price 25 cts Large boxes 6oc
SOLDBV FIRSTJCLASS DRUGGISTS I j
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In endless Variety suitable for
PRESENTS I
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We shall offer
100 Ladies Cloaks
At 50per cent below their value
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100 Misses Cloaks
At 75c on the Dollar
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100 DOLMANS
At still further reductions in price
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100 Pieces Dress Goods
At 25c3 worth 50e II
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100 Boy Overcoats
CHEAP CHEAP
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SILKS SATINS
From 75c to 125
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We shall offer these
Positiv Bargains
For just TiN DAYS
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ANYTHING IN THB
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ONE THOUSAND DOLLAR PIANO
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I Buy none but the Best and sell LOWER
considering Quality than any other Dealer
in Utah
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NEW MUSIC
AND
NEW GOODS
JUST ARRIVED FOR THE
Hi OL D to AYg
DONT FORGET
GEO CARELESS
POPULAR MUSICAL I EMPORIUM
Two Doora aBt of Dmwoodeya
FIRST SOUTH STREET
Goldsmith 001
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Fall and Winter 1880
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Knockabont BOY S SUI I T i School or o Play
FOR CHILDREN FROM FOUR YEARS UPWARDS
Undoubtedly We Have the Largest Best As
rted and Cheapest Stock of Childrens <
and Boys Suits Overeoa s Ulsters <
Etc In the Western Country
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BO1TS7 HATS AND OAFS
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MENS FINE CUSTOMMADE OLOTHING
Our own Make which no Merchant Tailor can Beat in Style and Fit
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MENS OVERCOATS ULSTERS AND DOUBLE ULSTERS
Can be worn on either side
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CARTWRIGHT V WARNERS UNDERWEAR
A Specialty this 8aton
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UNSIIRINKABLE FLANNEL UNDERWEAB5
Guaranteed
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Tbe Beat Styles and Quality
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S O E T SO ISTS EATS
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COLDSMITH CO
Wholesale Clothiers
WI1 SELL GOOD3 AT WHOLESALE at LOWER FIGURES than any
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House in the West
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Our MR GOLDSMITH ftttends lo Maunfao urinK East and being con
I tinuallF Jd the Eastern Markets has the advantage of Buying
at Lowest Figures All our Customer will flnd no
I reliable and be assured of fair treatment
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CHICAGO ROCK ISLAND PACiFIC R R
Is TilE GREAT CONNECTING LINK BETWEEN TILE EAST THE WE
Council Djninq Cars for eating purpoassenir One rth
from ChIcago to
its main line through runs Jeilet Ottawa La Saile great feature of our taince Cars is a siioat0
niece pasatug
Stock IsiamlDaveiiport Yest SIAWON whereyOu can enjoy your liayara
GcncseOMOite Mirenro atall hoisrsof the day
LlbcrtyrioVa t BrcyklTn the Sftaeiesi
the capital of Iowa Stuart Atlantic Masmiacent Iron Bridges span Mississippi
le Motnts branches from Bureau and Missouri rivers at all points crowed br this
with
tic and ArfKa Peoria Wilton Junction toMusca tine and transfers avoided at I onncll Blntfe
Junction to Falrfleld tldon Belknap Kansas City aTenworth and Atchison can
tins WasblnKton Trenton Gallatln Came necttons being made In Union Depots
CentreTlllc Princeton and Kansas City THE PKINCIFAL K 1C COVXKCTIOXS OF
ron Washington Learenworth to Eleourney Atchison Oskaloosa and Knox TillS CHEAT TUIIOUUU JU E AIIE A3
lien FOLLOWS
rllle KeokuK Independent to Farmlntrton Eldon Bonaparte Ottumwa Eddy At CHICAGO with all diverging lines for that
tonsport
and Des Molnes Esst and South
TllleloskaloosaPellailonroc to Monroe Des Moines to Indlanolaand At Exa WWOOD with the L 3 4 M 5 and Pn
Newton
to Lewis and Audubon and Ft WiCRnds A
Wlntcrsot ATOca to tlarlan Atlantic This U positively the only At WASHINGTON Hrionrs with Bj a St
which and operates a thronsa L it II
owna
Ilallroad
Kansas At LA SALts with Iii CentR It
ai Into Ole Stateof
line rtmsEhKxpnmFassonittrTralnswUb t m Chicago Pull At PEORIA with P PJ PDiHtIB
Thmoegh Express each war dally W HI Mid and T P i W Hds
Palace tan attached are run
man and PEOHIA KANSAS Cm At Since IrAD with Milwankee TO
between CniCAao LEAVEXTroirrn and ATcnt Island fchort Line and Rock laid A Pro BJ
COONCII SON Throuch ULurrs arc also rnn between Milwaukee At UAVEN POUT with the Uavenp DlTBloa
and CM x St t it it
and Kansas City ate tho Milwaukee
see
Line At WEST Lineirrv yiU thetL C TL xier
itnckitsiand Short AtGRiNNELLwithentrahisw5iLlt
Greet ROCK banp Is nWilfleentlr At
The Its road bed Is simply perfect and Its AIDES MOINES with D M Ai D
equipped cILIl
AtCotTNCIl BLCrrs with Union
track is laid with steel rails A tOM All A with B S Me R K IL In Kf 61
vaatwtupieaaeeumostw1iib0th0PIesTe
Wh ocertise AtCOLUJtnCSjLNCT10N OltiBR
while coastag
of enjoying your meats of iiiineisand iowalnOneof At OrrritWA with Central loiraBK VAt
beaut1fuiprarieS Dining Cars that accompany ai StI > t l > acandC B Ay 1L Rdi
our magnhiicent You Bet an enthro At KEOKUK with lou Pea A War War St
Trains entlrp
Through Express flrstclits hotel Louis H Pac and bt c Ken i > W B lets
Is served In
meal as Rood as any At CAMEUOV with II iJ it It
iorseventlilTe conts ATcnisox with Atch Tupeta Santa 9o
the fact that a majority of the At
Appreesating for different AtchANebandlenB V I K lids
people es prefer and teparate the Immense apartments passcnser business At LKAVENWOETH smiUl Lao lic and Itail
p warrantinjc It wo are pleased to an Cent it ibis
nounce of this line that this Company runs Pullman Palace At KANSAS Crrrwlih all lines for the WSSV
Slttping Can for sleeping purposes and Palace Southwest
PVLLIAN PALACE CAJLS nre run through to PEOKI T > ESjrqi3iE3
BLtJFFIS KJLXSAS CITV ATCZlISjOV neil XFAVJENVO3ITH
corycis Ticket Via this Line Unown n the Oreat Koclt Seined Oloute tire sold tU
nil ricket AcenU In the United Statc and Canada
For Information not obtainable at your Lode ticket oWce address
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Utah Central Railroad V
FIONEER LINE OF UTAH
On ant after Novem er41878
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Name of Station l a t
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l1UDl1I L1A VX a m pm Co
Salt Lak 7 00 S 40
Woods OrOB 7 25 4 os 6t
Oentrevillo 7 S3 4 16 75
Farmin ton 750 483100
Kaysville 8 12 4 62 185
IRRITJ AT
Ogden 900 5 40 2 00
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ITameoflltatlon
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IUDi1l LXAT3 am pm Co
O en 9 40 620
KaysviIlII 10 21 7 10 1 00
Farmington n 10 42 7 81 1 8li
Oentraville 1054 744160
Woodrs OfosiL11 03 763 1715
ARBIV1I AT
BsJt Lake 11 30 A 20 2 00
Passing Places
MIXED T AINS
WILL RUN DAILY
Sundays exccpted
Leaving Salt Lake City at 840 am
arriving in Ogden at 1130 am leaving
Sat Lake at 505 pm arriving Ogdn
at 820 pm leaving Ogden at 6 50 aml
arriving in Salt Lake City at 10am
leaving Ogden at 3 30 pm arriving in
Salt Lako City at 645 pm
JAMES SHARP
Gen Frt Tkt Agent
JOHN SHALl Superintendent
UTAH 50UTHERfi RAILROAD
EXTENSION
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ON AND ATcR romc 28
GOING NORTH
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TRAINS LEA VB S o
Milford 300 Qm
Black Rock430 22 125
Neels 640 II 50 250
Deseret 810 I 69 350
Riverside845 II 78 400
Jemmingo IOCO or 96 500
Mills 11 20 112 575
ARRIVE AT
Juab 1200 121 625
GOING SOUTH
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Stations
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TRAINS LEAVE C
Juab 100pm
Mills lAD II 9 50
Lemmington 300 25 125
Riverside 45 II 43 225
Deroret 505 52 275
Neele 6 20 II 71 375
Black Rock 830 99 500
ARRIVE AT
Milford 10 GO 1121 625
Hoe 1 and 2 will be run daily
JAMES SHARP
Gen Freight stud Ticket Agcnt
JOHN SHARP
Superintendent
UTAH NDuTllFll N HAILWn
On and after October S 1880
Northward Station Southward
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6 30 PM ObtdelJ 8 20AM
750 II 1 Brigham 705
9 25 1 Summit 5 40 II
10 15 II Logan 4 EO II
12 00AM Franklin 3 10
8 05 Oneidall 35 P11
6 40 II 8lackfoot 8 10
8 50 It Eagle Rock 6 05 II
110pM BeaverCaRen1 2 10 1
4 00 Spring Hill V ill O5AM
6 40 Dillon 8 20 II
isaxsoza TABITI
Distance and Fares from Ogden
uV1svtLhi IU I Marih a4
Hot Springs 9 I PortnenL ill lOOt
Iflllard U IPocatollo 156
Brflhall1 21 iiO1Rou Pork 16 121
Call Fort 28 IBlaekfoot its iae
Hone7vllle 31 lEtljRiyeysfd tOO
DeweTTIlle 35 l9tliiiglORoek 14 16
Colllnton 4J 21JlarkrtLak 22
Samll1lt 45 21 ° lILara 131
HendoD 51 2eaUcsms 142 liS
LoInUI 1St I 3II1ry Creek 4
Hyde Park 62 32 II gb Brides i6i
mlthlield 651 335 ln Ina Point
Bthll1ond 71 Beaver CaD
I Franklin 7S 400 IeaantVgt
Seed RIdge 8i1 Ionfda
II tie Creek Sit 490 jtliall1 291
odL i 95zlnJfo lull
wan Lake lot 595 ed 1ock
Nine Mlle iII rayltng 331
Oneida 115 i5I 11 Ion q
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FRIDAY OCTOBER 1st 18SO
Until further notice
THE UTAH WESTERN RAILWAY
trains will run daily Sundays
excepted as follows
Leave Salt Lake City at 7X0 aa
Brighton at 7 JO
5 Chambers at 800 °
ArrOarfield Landing at 820 M
Leave Do Do at 840 II
Lake Point at 860
Halfway lIons 915 II
Tooele City at 950 I
Arrive at Ierminus at 1030 f
Leave tho Terminus at 1210 pm
Tooele City at 12 45
11 Half way House at 115
If Lake Point at 140
I Oarfleld Lands at 1M
Chambers 210 N
If Brighton at 250
Arrive at Salt Lake OIly 310 a
Fare to Slack Rock Garfield Landing V
or Lake Point and return same dillY
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Morgan 718 800 0
Germania 7 22 8 10 tO
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Draper 8 07 10 10 1 00 V
Lobs 8441120 165
American Fork 8 66 11 35 180
Pleasant Grove 9 OS 11 60 1 95
Provo 9871245 280
SpringvilJ 9 63 110 276
Spanish Fork 10 08 I 35 S 00
Payson 10 32 2 15 3 60
Bantaquin10 60 2 4 3 76
34i 485
Nepbi 11 60 4 21 4 75
Chicken Crook 12 80 5 30 5 50
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Nephi 1 40 9 00 J 76
Mona 204 940 115
3anuquin 2 40 10 60 1 75
Payton 2 55 11 15 2 00
Epanigh Fork8 19 II 55 2 6IJ
Springrille 8 84112 20 2 76
Provo 8491245 900
Pleasant Grl79 4 22 1 au 3 65
American Fork I 81 I 4 3 70
Lchi 46 200 388
Draper 1 56 S 05 4 1i0
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Leave Sandy i 5 40 4 08
Junction 6 45 4 16 4 7J
Lo6ndehls 5 i 56 4 3 ° 1 to
Germania 6 12 4 4ti OJ
Morgan 607 4 60 15 OJ
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