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I 11 SALT T1AItE DAILY HESRAIJ ERIDAT SEPTEMBER 16 188L EIGHT PAGES y r t1
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COMMERCIAL
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Corrected daily by McCornick Co
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SILVER
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ft J 4
Salt Lako 109J per ounce
E Hew York 112J4 oar ounce
LEAD
Salt Lake 50 per ton
I OW YorV 4 95c per pound
i I WEATHER REPORT
f Division ot Telegrams
DeprtmentDivision
War Department
of
I the benefit
grams and Reports for
I I Commerce and Agriculture
I SAIZELAES CITY Sept 15 81
am Pm pm
am 840
440 840 1240
I 3011 O 02 i
3015
301G 30 1
Barometer
64 75 IH
i 65
L Thermometer 31 24 13 24
I Humiditywini Calm W NV
Calm
3lreotlon wind 0 c 7
I I 0
Idtlu per Hour Clear
I ofWeatner Clear Hazy Hazy
i I SteofWeather Rainfall for 24 hour8000 of an Inch
54
f1
mlnliannj
Maximum They 76 deg
I I 3 CRAIG Sat Si CorpaTJ < < iA
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Bullion
Receipt of bullion on Thursday
By WellsFargo CoOne car
I of Mammoth bullion S2750 two
cars of Horn Silver bullion 65000
one bar of Barbee and Walker bul
lion 52840 total 8927840
By McCornick CoTwo bars
of Stormont bullion S347oiS
I i By Pacific Express CoOne bar
of Christy bullion 177378
I i Total value shipments reported
I 4 145274G
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LUMBER SHIHCLES LAT
FLQORiKC RUSTIC SIOINC
tw PICKETS ETC CHEAP A7
LATmSR TAYLOR OOS
11 You can get all kinds of HOME
IW MADEWOOLEN GOODS at the
lowest market prices at
BURTON SONS E YOUNGS
I 1222 First South Street
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Eye Ear and Deformities
Dr J W Culbertson the Cen
tral Surgical Infirmary of Indian
apolis Ind will visit profession
2 ally Salt Lake at the Continental
I Hotel October 1st and remain
1 twenty days All afflicted with any
J disease of the Eye or Ear Catarrh
Cross Eyes Club Foot Spinal Cur
i vature Piles or Chronic Diseases
1 etc can consult him free of charge
< Artificial Eyes inserted Remember
the dates
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f4J t IT LOOKS as if the agent of the
i t Provo Mills in the Old Constitution
I fl Building was expecting to sell some
k Woolen Goods this fall by the im
i mense stock of Blankets Flannels
if Cloths and Yarns etc that he has
received lately The demand for
J i their goods is increasing as they
c give satisfaction to consumers
1 j
r Bathing at Lake Shore
1 This favorite Bathing and Pleas
ure Resort is now open for the sea
son Water just the right temp ra
ture for Bathing
Lake Shore Tickets good on all
trains 50c for Round Trip
I GAKN THOMPSON
a Proprietors
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October Theatricals
< The attractions at the Theatre
I 1 during October are likely to be
great Already the management
i f have made arrangements for the ap
J 1 p pearance of eight different troupes
during that month andsome seven
i teen nights performances are as
i ij sured These with the other
J t troupes that may desire to fill in
r are likely to keep the Theatre pretty
well warmed during October
I 1 t i NEW
I COME AND SEE THOSE NEW
1 SUITS JUST ARRIVED
THO W JENNINGS
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I j New Styles in Trimmings
We have just opened a new stock
V of Dress Trimmings in all the latest
V Paris designs consisting of hand
V someFjinge Passementeries Cord
and Globes and Ornaments in all
1 the raging shades
J V COlIN BROS
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Health and Happiness
J V It seems strangethat anyone will
suffer from the many derangements
brought on by an impure condition
V of the blood when SCOVILLS
f BLOOD AND LIVER SYRUP will
VV restore perfect health to the phy
sical organization It is indeed a
strengthening syrup pleasant to
V take and has proven itself the best
t blood purifier ever discovered
effectually curing Scrofula Syphi
litic Disorders Weakness of the
V Kidneys all Nervous Disorders
anti Debility It corrects indi
gestion It makes the old feel
i young and the young feel gay and
will invariably drive out of the
j system the many ills that flesh is
heir to A single bottle will prove
to you its merits as a health re
newer for it acts like a charm
r V especially when the complaint is of
j V an exhaustive nature having a
tendency to lessen the natural vigor
1 of the brain and nervous system
V BAKERS PAiN PANACEA
cures pain in Man and Beast For
use externally and internally
DR ROGERS VEGETABLE I
WORM SYRUP instantly destroys
V worms and removes the secretions
which cause them
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j V SEE J W LOWELLS fine Ad
in this issue of the HHBALD
k
iIEA i I
A KRAZV KIDD
and
He Plys the Festive Pistol
Lands in Limbo
On Wednesday night a sport com
monly known as Billy Stevens but
who gave his name as W C Kid
waswith another sport barred from
a faro game On Thursday he en
tered the gaming room and planted
down fifty cents and wanted to buck
against the game to that amount
I Having been barred he was re
fused Words then arose between
I him and some others and seeing
I that he meant mischief a colored
doorkeeper walked up behind
him and took out of one coat pocket
a pistol and out of the other a
a knife lIe continued the trouble
and was finally kicked out of the
room He ran down the stairs
across thestreet and into the saloon
of Jule Clasbey He went behind
the bar counter took a loaded pistol
and rushed back across the street
and went up stairs McTiernay
hearing the difficulty went out and
tried to cool Kidd off and get him
down but Kidd warned McTiernay
off with a cocked pistol and as the
latterwent down the stairs Kidd fol
lowed him McTiernay went behind
the bar in his saloon and Kidd
passed on into the restraurant in the
rear of the bar holding the
cocked pistol still in his hand flay
ing gone to the rear end of the din I
conduct
ing room the gentleman
ing the restaurant saidin substance
4 Billy whats up V Keep quiet and
dont make a damn fool of your
self To this Billy responded by
saying Ill show you whose a
damn fool I dont like you any
how and at once raised the pistol
to shoot The weapon however
went off as he was bringing it down
and the ball entered the ceiling
McTierney then ran to the
rear of the room to see what
was up at tho same moment Offi
cer Thomas having been notified
of the Kidds cranks entered the
restaurant followed by night
watchman Watson Kidd went
into the kitchen and when he saw
the officer leveled his pistol full on
him and told him to keep back Mr
Thomas saw he meant mischief and
knew that unless he wanted to be
shot himself he would be compelled
to kill Kidd or let him go All this
time Kidd was walking backward
and when he got outside he ran
around through the store of
Auerbach Brother across
the street inte and through
3iehls barber shop at which point
he stopped and turned his pistol to
ward the shop front door Officer
Thomas did not know where he had
gone and fearing that Kidd might
be hid behind some of the bpxes
waiting to get a shot he went about
cautiously Finally Kidd was
traced to his home and then
to the rear of Dinwoodeys restau
rant When he saw the officers
he jumped over the fence
ran through the restaurant
into Main street and then
up into a gaming room Officers
Smith and Salmon watched the front
entrance and Officer Thomas the
rear Finally Kidd came out and
surrendered to Mr Thomas and he
was led captive into captivity Thus
ended the adventure of Billy the
Kidd jr
The sequence to this exploit will
take place before Judge Pyper
this morning when Kidd or
Stevens will answer three charges
Stealing a pistol firing at a person
and drawing his weapon on an offi
cer
LATEST STYLE HATS
Mens Hats
Boys MatsHats
Childrens Hats
WHYearian < < Co
Pioneer Engine Co No1 Excur
sion to Nephi
Will leave Salt Lake City Septem
ber 20th and return September 23d
FARE
Salt Lake to Nephi and Return S325
H Payson 250
to Spanish Fork 225
11 to Provo a 200
Lehi and American Fork to V
Nephi and Return 225
Provo to Nephi and Return 200
Parties going on the Excursion
from Ogden and intermediate points
can secure Half Fare to Salt Lake
City and Return by applying to the
Committee
Tickets for sale at Dwyers Ray
boulds and Firemens Hall
Those who desire can stop over
ten days and return by paying one
half fare additional
II
Money Loan
On Real Estate or Collateral Pro
perty Sold Rented or Leased S W
Darke Co 90 Main Street
THE LARGEST LINE OF LA
DIES FfNS SHOES AT
THOS W JENNINGS
MALT VINEGAR
at G F BROOKS
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FRUIT
I
Kemeiber we are
paying the iiigliest price i
fur dried TrdiJs of all
kinds
W Jennings Sons
PERSONAL
Mr A B Taylor a young lawyer
well known in this city left for
Helena Montana on Thursday and
will probably open an office in that
capital Success
Died in a Fit
About noon on Thursday man
died ner r the banks of the Jordan
in a fit Be was a miner who hat
become leaded by working in a
Bingham mine and was making for
this city to enter St Marys Hos
pital for treatment He was picked
up by Constable Butcher at Blen
nys store The man lay in the
wagon and frequently drank water
from a bottle which he ctrried with
him His bottle being emptied he
desired to replenish it at a salaratus
pool but was urged not to When
the Jordan was reacned he did get
out to refill his bottle but before be
got to the waters edge he raised
his hand to his head and in a
pained voice said My God
1 cant get any water Be fell to
the ground and Mr Butcher being
lame asked his wife who was with
him to get the water for the suf
ferer She proceeded to do so but
before she returned the man grew
worse and Mr Butcher alighted
He discovered that the man was in
a fithis arms moving back and forth
his body twitching and there being
froth at his mouth Before Mr
Butcher could reach the spot where
he lay the man was dead The body
was left on the spot and Mr
Butcher notified the proper persons
of the occurrence Sexton Taylor
brought the body to this city and
at an inquest held last night a ver
dict agreeable with the above facts
was given The deceased was an
Irishman about 35 years of age of
light complexion short sandy
beard medium height and dressed
in a miners brown canvas coat and
overalls of simiiar material
Skill in the Workshop
To do good work the mechanic
must have good health If long
hours of confinement in close rooms
have enfeebled his hand or dimmed
his sight let him at once and before
some organic trouble appears take
plenty of Hop Bitters His system
will be rejuvenated his nerves
strengthened his sight become
clear and the whole constitution be
built up to a higher working con
dition
SILVER CREEK N Y Feb 61SSO
GENTSI have been very low and
have tried everything to no ad
vantage I heard your Hop Bitters
recommended by so many I con
cluded to give them a trial I did
and now am around and constantly
improving and am nearly as strong
as ever W II TELLEH
L Goldberg
And still the immense stock of
clothing ordered manufactured by
Mr L Goldberg the dealer in
clothing in the Wasatch Building
continues to arrive For days past
goods have arrived faster than they
can be unpacked and the conse
quence is that the large pile of boxes
in front of his establishment con
tinues to increase The goods now
displayed to the public bear outthe
statement of Mr Goldbergmade in
another column to the tradethat
he has never had so large so
varied nor so excellent a stock
before and never has he been so
fully abie to supply every want in
his line at such reasonable figures
In his dealing with the public for
years Mr Goldberg has earned for
himselt the reputation of being a
thorough upright and fair dealing
business man and to his
square course can be attri
buted the large patronge he en
jeys today a patronage which is
not confined to Utah in all the set
tlements of which his goods are
soldbut embraces Idaho Montana
Arizona and other territories and
which is steadily and rapidly ex
I tending 1
Peruvian Bitters
Are composed largely of Cinchona
Rubra and California Grape Brandy
Try them once and you will then
buy no other
WORKIN6SIEN
YOU CAN FIND THE BEST
LINE OF HEAVY DUCK OVER
ALLS AMD JUMPERS SEWED
WITH LINEN THREAD AND
WARRANTED AT
THOS W JENNINGS
A Broken Arm
On Wednesday night Dr Walter
Pike of Provo met with an unfor
tunate accident He had been sum
moned to attend a patient at Salina
and was driving up the canyon
when he was thrown out of his
wagon and had his left arm broken
just below the elbow He came to
this city on Thursday morning and
Dr Benedict set the broken mem
ber
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Workmen Wanted
A blacksmith helper also a young
man for carriage painting at Dan
Hutchinsons Carriage and Wagon
°
Shops Commercial Street
Seriois Runaway
A couple of gentlemen one
named Croxall were driving along
in the southwestern part of the city
about noon on Thursday when the
horse took fright became unman
ageable and ran away It threw the
gentlemen out injuring Mr Croxall
seriously and the other gentleman
also Mr Croxall had an arm broken
and a leg badly bruised and had
l to be carried home in a chair
ANOTHER RAILROAD
I
I
It appears that Utah has yet to
have a quietus on the railroad ques
tion Some time ago parties came
here from the west and organized a
new railroad company The name
of the new company is California
Central Kail way Utah Division
and the articles of incorporation are
as follows
Articles of Association of the California
Central Railway Utah Division
Pursuant to an act of the Legislature
of Utah Territory entitled Aa Act
Providing for the Incorporation of
Kailroai Companies and the manage
ment of the Affairs thereof approved
February 19th 1869 and the acts of said
legislature amendatory thereof we the
undersigned twothirds of whom are
residents of the said territory do hereby
adopt the following articles of incorpo
ration
ARTICLE IThe name of this corpo
ration shall be the California Central
Railway Utah Division
ART 2Tbis corporation shall con
tinue in existence for the period of fifty
yesrs from the date of filing these articles
in the office of the Auditor of Public Ac
counts of said territory
AnT itThe amount of the capital
stock of this corporation shall bo fire
million dollars which shall be divided
into fifty thousand 50000 sharea of
100 each
ART 4The actual contemplated cost
of constructing eaid railroad together
with the cost of right of way mode of
power and every other appurtenance and
thing for the completion and running of
said road as nearly tS can be estimated
by competent engineers is five million
5000000 dollars
AhT 5The number directors to
manage the affairs ef this corporation
shall be nine The following are the
names of the directors who shall hold
their offices until others are elected as
shall be provided by the bylaws of the
company viz W W Walker of New
York J H Kingshead of Carson City
Nevada John 8harp of Salt Lake City
Utah Territory Lyman Bridge of
Nevada W L French of San Fran
dEco Gal P W Johnson of Nevada
Col A H WfiRhburn San Francisco
Cil Wm S Godbe Salt Lake City
U T R P Las too San Francisco
Cal ART aThe proposed railroad is to
be constructed irpm a point on the
western boundary line of Utah Territory
in Iron County at the intersection of
said line by the California Central Rail
way Nevada Division in the vicinity of
Panacea Lincoln County Nevada
thence easterly by the most practicable
route by the way of Iron Springs to
Cedar City in said Iran County also
branct linES from the moat suiUble peints
on said railroad to Iron Mountains to
Kanarra Mountain up Coat Creek
Canvon and to a connection with the
Utftb Cwntral Rilway the whole of ai 1
railroad tnt branches being within Iron
County in paid Territory of Utah and
the ntira Jcniith of the fame us near us
msy be is 100 miles
ART 7The said railrond nrd
branches are to be constructed of the
standard gauge viz four fet eight and
one half inches
The eighth article contains the
names of the subscribers of stock
of which there are twentyone the
whole number taking 1000 shares of
stock It will be seen from this
that the prospects of Iron County
are very nattering
h Roughon Rate
The thing desired found at last
Ask druggists for Rough on Rats
It clears out rats mice roaeke8fiies
bedbugs 15c boxes
V
DENTAL GOODS can still be se
cured at the office of Dr S H Claw i
son C I
Coal Mines Purchased
For some time past negotiations
have been jn progress looking to the
purchase of a number of coal mines
in Pleasant Valley which are not
controlled by the Denver and Rio
Grande The negotiations as near
as can be ascertained terminated on
Wednesday or Thursday the mines
which are quite valuable being pur
chased by a large and wealthy party
of gentlemen The result of this
action will doubtless be the con
struction of another railroad into
Pleasant Valley
George I > nfordr sole
agent for Utali for In
dies Fine Shoes manu
iacinred by the cele
brated Key 11 old Bros
Utica N Y All widths
and styles We have just
received our First Ship i
ment of these celebrated I
Shoes ladies please
call and Jtixainme Geo
Innford
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A Big Strike
A big strike has been made in the
Bullion Bue1 Champion Mine in
Tintic A large body of ore has
been struck which proves to be rich
in sulphurets and in horn silver ore
The assays show that the ore aver
ages some 400 ounces to the ton at a
depth of 1G5 feet
Logging Carts
Car Load just received at 1ISH
WAGOX DEPOT
Twenty Dollars Reward
I will pay the above amount for
the conviction or means of convict
ing the person or persons who have
broken into my chicken house and
stolen chickens turkeys and pigeons
These depredations have extended
over a period of five or six weeks
I have been robbed eight or nine
times Hereafter I propose to shoot
on sight any person found unlaw
fully on my premises
GEORGE A HEEABS
I The Liquor Cases
I On Thursday the cases of some of
those arrested for selling liquor
without a license came up before
Judge Pyper Messrs Russell
Burns were each fined 50 and
Messrs Ordner Patterson were
also fined S50 each All gave notice
of an appeal and were placed under
5200 bonds each
The cases of J E Clasbey and
Mr Erickson were continued until
2 oclock today and they were
released on their own recog
nizance The attorney for Mr
Clasbey asked that the defendant
be given in the custody of an officer
until his case could be decided The
officer making the arrest said he
preferred that Mr Clasbey should
give bonds whereupon the judge
told him to go upon his own recogni
zance
In the case of Auer Murphy a
writ of habeas corpus has been issued
for Mr Murphy and his case will
come up before Judge Hunter to
day at 2 oclock Mr Murphy
has not given bonds and he
was put into the custody
of an officer at his own request but
is not in any strict sense of the
word restrained of his liberty In
view of this fact it is a question
whether any decision will be made in
the case the Supreme Court of
which Judge Hunter is chief jus
tice having recently thrown a
liquor case out of court because the
applicant for relief was not re
strained of his liberty
It looks now as though the fight
which was waged some time since
when the old liquor ordinance was
in force would be waged over again
SASH DuOtts MIlD BLINDS
MOULDINGS BRACKETS AND
ALL SIZES WINDOW GLASS
AT BOTTOM FIGURES LAT
TIMER TAYLOR CO
Funeral of Mrs Knowlton
At the appointed hour on Thurs
day the funeral services took
place over the remains of the
late Harriet B Knowlton from
the residence of Hon W H
Hooper her soninlaw There
was a very large attendance
the rooms being full and many sit
ting on the veranda Bishop R V
Morris of the Nineteenth Ward
conducted the services A choir
of voices selected from among the
members of the Tabernacle Choir
S U1g three hymns during the servi
ces in a most impressive manner
Apostle F M Lyman offered the
opening prayer after singing
President Joseph F Smith made an
appropriate address He was fol
lowed by President Geo Q Cannon
and Counsellor D HWeils Bishop
Edward Hunter pronounced the I
benediction and after the choir had I
sung the remains were taken to the
hearse and the procession formed
and wound its way to the City cem
etery The funeral cortege was very
long and composed of relatives and
friends of the deceased the number
and character showing the great
reverence held by all for the aged
lady At the grave the dedicatory
prayer was offered up by Presidant
H S Eldredge and the mortal re
mains of this much esteemed and
noble lady were deposited beneath
the earth
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A Card to the Public
The Provo Manufacturing com
pany hare over 100000 worth of
WOOLEN GOODS for sale which
have been made this season 1881
and which must be sold during the
next ninety days They are made
by our own artisans and we have
put them upon the market at prices
that can not be equaled by impor
tation of same weight and quality of
goods
We respectfully call the special
attention of the public and the
merchants generally to these goods
as we sell them at figures that can
not fail to please them
Our coodsin be found in stock
with J C CTJTLER Agent 2 C
M I and others in Salt Lake City
and also in most of the Cooperative
and other stores throughout the
Territory
We are always in the market for
WOOL for which we pay the highest
market prices in cash FALL
WOOLS are now in special request
with us and we will pay as much I
for them as any other house in
Utah We respectfully solicit your
patronage Yours Truly I
Provo Manfg Co I
JAMES Duxx Supt
II
WE HAVE on hand the fin stock
cf Plushes consisting of Mottled I
Ombre and Plain in all shades We
also have the finest assorted stock of
Colored and Black Surahs Mer
velles and Satin DeLyon and Trim
mings to suit every style and taste
If you will give us a call you will
convince yourselves that we have
the finest stock in town
COIL BROS
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BURNETTS COCOAI
The Best Hair Dressing in the
World
BURNETTS COCOAIXE allays
irritation removes all tendency to I
dandruff invigorates the action of I
the capillaries in the highest degree
and has earned a deserved reputa
tion for promoting the growth and
preserving the beauty of the human
hair Ladies dressing their hair
elaborately for the evening will find
that it imparts a healthy natural
gloss to the hair and will cause it to
re rin its shape for hours
BURNETTS FLAVORING EX
TRACTS are used and endorsed by
the best Hotels Confectioners and
Grocers throughout the country
They are perfectly pure
OIIT
The liquor trouble has
mencedr rco
The maximum thermometer
Thursday was 70 ° minimum 5
54
The High Council will meet
in
Council House at 730 oclock tV
evening
The bullion
shipments on Thur
day aggregated in value the Urs >
su
81452740 of
A couple ofpersons
persons were j j
on Thursday on charges of distu
ing the peace
The Home Dramatic Club
ha
another rehearsal of QueeiiVs
H eens v
vi 1
dence last night
Watermaster Wilckins is fil1inIJ
leak spot in the canal just belowfl
northwest corner of J T Gilmef5
home rs
A lady offers a prize of si tok i
given to the girl i under 12 years 5
age who exhibits at the approa
ing fair the best specimen of dara
jug either on clothes or on stock
ingsThe
The body of the late James A
Wade whose death in Evanston tS
other day was mentioned in the
HERALD has been brought to Salt
Luke and will be buried in the City
Cemetary today
The Christy Mill at Silver Reef
has been shut down temporarily
during the putting up of some neiv i
machinery which was received br
express Bullion shipments are now
resumed however
The race track presents quite aj
animated scene for a time each dat
of late Bickford and Ewinoi
are being worked as well as Mary
Emery and Countryman Tti
horses that go in the race on Octobi
Gth are also working as well as th
colts which will trot during the fit
for the special prizes offered arl
such purses as may be hung up
t California Kxcnrsknists
May get tickets till Saturday the
17th of Zions Bank
RIGGS c SNELL Managers
WE HAVE received a fine stock of
Chashmeres which we sell this sea
son lower than any otuer house in
the city
Conx BROS
A Card
President Taylor hereby ten
ders his sincere thanks to those
friends in New York who ministered
to his son David John Taylor in his
last illness and who embalmed and
prepared his body for interment to
the officials of the railroad and tele
graph lines and to the superintend
ent and employees of Z C M I for
courtesies extended Also to thd
choir to the pall bearers to thosq
who furnished conveyances for the
funeral procession to the Relief
Society for services in draping tlu
assembly rooms for the manj
tokens of regard and expressions o
sympathy during the obsequies of
his son
Florence Kid Gloves
Our own European importation
34 and 6 buttons Every pair full
warranted at
atF
F AUEUB ACII v BRO
p
TIlE HUMAN CUTICLE is SORELT
TRIED by diseases or abrasions btf j
these mey easily be remedied by tif t
use of GLENNS SULPHUR SOAP th
celebrated antidote to maladiej
which affect the skin as well ast tl t
sores bruises scalds sprains etr
Sold by all Druggists
HILLS HAIR AND WTI1SI
DYE Black or Brown 50c
ALL READIES ARE Too LATE I
when the lungs are destroyed Ex
tinguish a cough at once Viti
HALES HONEY OF HORETIOL 1 I
AND TAR
PIKES TOOTHACHE DROPS curea j
one minute f
1
IT 18 TRULY WONDERFUL
To see what improvement
da compared with railway traTM
only a few years ago To become
convinced or this one has onlyt
select for his route East the popukf
and well known
CHICAGO NORTHWESTERN B1
You are landed by the Union pacii
Railroad in the Union Depot 1Ic Jl
Council Bluffs where stands thell
NW Palace Train composed oil
Pullman Hotel Cars Pullman Sleep
ing Cars Elegant Day Coacbe
Smoking Baggage Postal cars etc
ready to convey its passen9
through Iowa ana Illinois aDd 1l1tc
Chicago Gliding smoothly aloD
over the superb track of stei el raIl
through thnvi ng cities and 1 13ges
comfortably seated in this train001
scarcely discover the high r 01
speed which he is riding fral con
this road are always on tIme
nections sure and passenge1 5 d
ing pleasure comfort safet the
easy in traveling will fin the11 0
of <
NorthWestern in excess
expectations and the greatest t 1D
routes to Chicago and the E3S 0
sist upon Ticket Agents seUiDg e
Tickets via this Road all aeflt 1
them Examine your Tickets ana
fuse to buy if they do not reap > i
the
this Road If you wish tl
Traveling AcommOdaU0t
will buy your Tickets bl thj jo
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