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I r TJbLfii SAJLT i AKM HERALD WEIXSOESBAY MAY 27 1895 = I
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C Garfield Beach Will Be Opened
This Season
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ABOUT THE MIDDLEOF JUKE
I EVERYTHIYG IS READINESS FOR
SALTAIR OPENING SATURDAY
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The California Republican Dclegn
I tion excursion Ilittcs Announced
rT RnilvFxiy Building in China
K Xorthcm Pacific Afi lrNThc Lat
19 est tiy Wire Local Note
It has been decided by the manage
ment of the Union Pacific to open Gar
field Beach but at what definite time
I has not as yet been announced al
though it will not be on 3Jay 30 as
r has been the custom in former years I
General Agent Burley said yesterday I
that it cost a great deal to open the
resort and keep it going from day to
day and as the bathing season was
r not at its best until the middle or lat
ter part of June he did not believe it
would be ready for the reception of
4 visitors until about that time
t Saltalr as announced in this paper
will open on Memorial day when there
I 2 will be hourly trains run until after
10 in the evening the first train from
i the city leaving at 2 in the afternoon
For the North
IL I The Union Pacific yesterday an
nounced that a rate of 275 for the
round trip between this city and Lo
t gan will prevail on Memorial day the
occasion being the German excursion
from this city to the Cache valley capi
I t i tal Tickets will be good returning on
jI Sunday
d
< California 1 CIegntlon l
I i The Rio Grande Western has re
1 ceived information to the effect that
I the California delegates to the national
epublican convention will arrive in
thin city in a special train composed
of one composite car four sleepers and
one dining car at 630 p m June 12
The delegation will stop in Salt Lake
City for five minutes only and will
then proceed to Glenwood Springs
where a halt of three hours will be
1 made The party will arrive in Den
i ver at 1130 a m June 13 and will
i proceed eastward via the Burlington
f which will land them in St Louis at 9
oclock en the morning of June 15
I
f Excursion to Slercnr
i The Union Pacific will run an excur
sion to Mercur on Memorial day the
first one to that point when a rate of
° 50 for the round trip will be made
i tickets good returning Sunday evening
The excursion nromises well and will I
4 UD amply patronized
I
Excursion Rates
t j f The Rio Grande Western and Union I
irA Pacific will sell tickets to the Demo
cratic national convention in Chicago
I on July 7 from this city and other I
points at one lowest first class fare for
the round trip tickets to be sold on
July 3 4 and 5 i limited to continuous
passage in both directions going pas
sage to commence with date of sale
and return passage to begin with date
l of execution final return limit to be
t July 14 All tickets will have to be
> executed at Chicago or the date holder
desires to return
I Rates of a fare and onethird for the
round trip have been made for the
I general synod of s Reformedchurch
which will be held in Dayton Ohio
May 27 Master Steam and Water Fit
ters annual convention at Detroit on
tne same date North American Afri
can Baptist convention at Chicago
Jt June 2330 and the National Deaf as
sociation at Philadelphia June 2330
RAILWAYS FOR CIII A
Li Hung Chang Will Inaugurate a
Building Era
I k I SAN FRANCISCO May 26Louls
Spltzel of Shanghai a friend of Li
Hung Chang arrived here on the last
steamer on his way to meet the viceroy
E and escort him over Enplans and
through this country on his return
homeWhen
When Li comes back he is going
to reform China Mr Spitzel said
He is now stronger by far than ever
be was with the emperor and the other
t people in power It is his intention to
f build railroads all over China build
a good navy organize a splendid army i
improve the coast defenses and above
all bring about a stronger centralized I
government It is probable that the
other viceroys will become simply gov
ernors of their provinces and subject
i to the central power One thing that
shows his present prestige and power is
the fact that while he is away every
thing is at a standstill and officials
even the viceroys postpone important
mutters until his return J
JUDGMENT FILED
I
In Favor of the Fanners Loan
TriiKt Com INI ny
MILWAUKEE May Judgments
haVe been filed in the United States
cturts against the Northern Pacific I I j
Railway company in favor of the Far
mers Loan Trust company on for
51883 76S9 and the other for 2133501
The former judgment was obtained in
the United Slates court for North Da
kota and the latter in the United
States district court of Minnesota The
papers do not state upon what the
Judgments were obtained but it is prob
p > it is over claims against the lands
of the Northern Pacific company
I
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3ORTHDRX PACIFIC
F G Ulfirclou and Edwin McIIcnry
Appointed Land Receivers
MILWAUKEE May 26 Frank G
Blgelow and Edwin McHenry receivers
Of the < Northern Pacific railroad have I
been appointed by Judge Seaman re
ceivers for the lands of the Northern
Pacific company in Minnesota and
North Dakota and of all other prop
erty of the company not covered by
the mortgages or trust deeds A simi
1 r order has been entered in the court
tt St Paul by Judge Caldwell and the
attorneys leave tonight to file the or
der in all the courts along the lines
there being iroperty in every state
through which the railroad runs not
covered by the mortgages In the or
appointing the receivers which is
lnthe nature of a supplemental decree
Judge Seaman refers the entire matter
to Master Carey so far as the un
known claims are concerned
oJ Hate Was Too HiRh
ST LOUIS May 26At a meeting
St which were present representatives
DL the fifteen largest German singing
Societies ofSt Louis it was decided
not to take part in the national Saen
perfast of the North American Saen
perbund to be held in Plttsburg on
Jane S This action was the result of
the refusal of various railroads to make
a better rate than 1475 for the round
trip
The B O
BALTIMORE May 26At a meeting
of the business men of Baltimore today
J138750 was subscribed to aid in free
Ing JehBS Hopkins university from the
11 I a
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t
o
burden which the failure of the Bal
timore Ohio railway to pay dividends
has ImposeH upon It A committee is
soliciting further subscriptions and no
doubt is expressed that the < fund will
ultimately reach 500000
IATERSTATE CO3I3IBRCE
An Influential Body Before the
HOUHC Committee Yesterday
WASHINGTON May 2GSeveral
prominent representatives of commer
cial and transportation interests today
appeared before the house committee
on commerce oppose the bill intro
duced by Representative Sherman of
New York to repeal the imprisonment
penalty clause of the interstate com
merce act
The delegation was headed by the in
terstate commerce commissioner Yeo
man and included H F Dousman Chi
cago board of trade national board of
trade and National Transportation as
sociation B W Wasson vice presi
dent Cincinnati chamber of commerce
Elliott Durrant president freight bu
reau E H Wilson Cincinnati freight
bureau
A letter on the interstate commerce
commission was read by Chairman
Holborn which said that section of the
bill making corporations liable as for
a misdemeanor as op the provisions of
section 10 of the act had been frequent
ly recommended to congress by the
commission but that the immunity con
templated by the second If granted
would relieve those guilty of past of
fenses including those now under in
dictment and this was doubtless one
of the chief objections to the proposed
legislation Under the late decision on
the Brown case the letter continues
either of the illegal transactions can
be compelled against the other offend
ers The effect of this decision has
been extremely salutary and we are
clearly of the opinion that this feature I
of the law should not be changed there
should be a reasonable test of opera
tion of a law which allows imprison
ment in the discretion of the court
With the means of conviction provided
by the Brown decision we believe the
law is more likely to be observed both
by railroad agents and by shippers
with the imprisnment features retain
ed than by repealing that form of
punishment The decision in the Brown
case has been followed by an observ
ance of the law and a conformity to its
requirements which have not before
obtained in anything like the same de
gree and this desirable condition will
be greatly endangered by the adoption
of the amendment
Mr Dousman for the Chicago board
of trade asserted that the
granger
roads had been paying S per cent of
their earnings inrebates amounting to
SS000OOQ the dividends paid by the
same roads during the year ending
June 30 last being 95000000 and laid
this per cent could all be saved under
existing laws since the Brown decis
ionHe
He stated that since the Brown de
cision rebates had practically ceased
and rates in and out of Chicago had
been better maintained than for years
He added that the Sherman bill was
demanded only by violators of the law
Speeches were also made by Messrs
Wilson and Durand and by Thomas
Martin Dale Frederick Halterman and
George J Herzberger representing the
Philadelphia commercial exchange and
trades league I
I I UTUII ILTES
I I
I Were Under Consideration at the
DeJxver Meeting Yesterday
I DENVER May 26The TransMis
J souri freight committee will hold an
other meeting tomorrow Utah com
modity rates were under consideration
I today but none of the conclusions were
sivcn out t
I Notes from Mexico I
I ST LOUIS May 26The board of
iadimnistrajtion of the Southwestern I
I Traffic association had a conference
today with the representatives of
Mexican lines for the purpose of con
sidering internal rates on some of the
products of the republic of Mexico
A resolution was adopted providing
for the application of a rate of 125
per 100 pounds on green tropical fruits
from producing points on the Mexican
I National Mexican Central Mexican
International and Monterey and Mexi
I can Gulf railways to St Louis Chicago
> and Omaha that being the rate in
i points effect from California to the same
I
Railway Xotcs
The Union Pacific has opened an
agency at Draper with R Blondin in
charge
Louis Freed arrived in the city yes
terday via the Union Pacific from San
Francisco
The Western has notified its agents
of a chance in rate schedule to and
from local points by reason of the open
ing of the Richfield extension I
Presidents Cannon and Smith and
Bishop Winder went to Ogden yester
day on the Union Pacific
to attend a
meeting of the Power Dam company
For the W C T U and Prohibition
league convention in this city on June
5 6 and 7
the Union Pacific announces
a rsf of one and a fifth fare for the
round trip t
Circulars Issued by the Rio Grande
Western announce that trains Nos 9
and 10 will stop near mile post 25 on
the Tintic branch which for the sale
of tickets will be known as Iron Spur
Rates of one and a fifth fare will be
made by both lines running into this
city for the meeting of the annual
grand lodge meetingof the Knights of
Pythias which will be held in this city
on Tune 16 and 17
J T McCrory the traveling clergy
man who has been in this city for
some time in the interests of the Young
Peoples Society of Christian Endeav
or is going to Caldwell Idaho today
and from there to North Yakima and
Portland He will then return to Den
ver Mr McCrory travels via the
Union Pacific
31 J LEAGUE
The Mutual Improvement League
will give anctther reception at the So
cial hall tonight at 830 oclock free to
the people of the Eleventh Twelfth
Thirteenth Fourteenth Fifteenth and
Sixteenth wards A pleasing enter
tainment comprising songs recita
Lions and gymnasium exercises has
been prepared
Theres health and happiness In
Schillings Best tea
I suffered terribly
from roaring In my
head > during an at
tack of catarrh and
because very deaf
used Elys Cream
Balm and in three
weeks could hear as
well as everA E
ewman Grayling
Mich
CATARRH
ELYS CREAM BALM opens and clean
ses the Nasal Passages Allays Pain and
Inflammation Heals the Sores Protects
the Membrane from colds Restores the
Senses of Taste and Smell The Balm is
quickly absorbed and gives relief at once I
A particle Is applied into each nostrll
and is agreeable Price 50 I cents a Drug
Cists or by mail
ELY BROTHERS 56 Warren street
New York
to
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Lorenzo Pettit et ux to Caroline A
Langford part of section 27 town
ship 1 north range 1 west 1
George T Grady to Margaret M
Shields part of lot 3 blocK 11 plat
G 800
James Jensen et ux to Samuel Chris
jensen part of sctlon 6 township
3 south range 1 east 100
Samuel Christensen et ux to Phil
Clark part of section 6 township 3
south range 1 east 400
Le Grande Young et ux to Martin
Olsen lots in block 38 Sandy
Station 60
Ursula D Rumel to Ernest D Rumel
et aI part of lot 8 block 34 Ten
acre plat A 1
Eliza D Carson to E A Clark part
of section 33 township 1 south
range 2 west 3600
Henry C Hoffman to Mary S Bow
ers property in Golden Park ad
dition 3000
Fred J Tullidge et ux to Edward O
Howard part of lot 2 block G < plat
G 1500
Salt Lake county to W H Westfall
part of section 8 township 1 south
range 1 west J 39
Awarded
Highest HonorsWorlds Fair
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BAKING
POWDIR
MOST PERFECT MADE
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Fjsa
from Ammonia Alum oran other adulterant
40 YEARS THE STANDARD
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I Boils
It is often difficult to convince peo
ple their blood is impure until dread
ful carbuncles abscesses boils scrof
ula or salt rheum are painful proof of
the fact It is wisdom now or when
ever there is any indication of
Impure
blood to take Hoods Sarsaparilla and
prevent such eruptions and suffering
I had a dreadful carbuncle abscess
red fiery fierce and sore The doctor at
tended me over seven weeks When the
abscess broke the pains were terrible and
I thought I should not live through it I
heard and read so much about Hoods
Sarsaparilla that I decided to take it and
my husband who was suffering with
boils took it also It soon purified our
Blood
built me up and restored my health so
that although the doctor said I would
not be able to work hard I have since
done the work for 20 people Hoods Sar
saparilla cured my husband of the boils
and wo regard it a wonderful medicine
MIlS ANNA PETERSON Latimer Kansas
Hoods
Sarsapari
Is the One True Blood Purifier All druggists L
rj r ii cure liverflls easy to take
FlOOd S PillS easy to operate ascents
CYANIDE
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And all other
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Mining Chemicals
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CHEMISTS
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Trade Mark i
Chemical CO
73 PIXC STIUBET MEW YORK
CLAIRVOYANT
Pro1r TODDARD
OP BELFAST IRELAND
The world renowned clairvoyant will
give readings for a short time He reads
your life from the cradle to the grave
fells you if you are married or single
Tells you when you will marry and who
Gives names ages dates etc Tells the
number In family also how many there
I will be Locates lest and stolen articles
Reunites separated lovers husbands and
I wives Gives correct advice on love law
I or business He has no equal Those
in trouble should consult hm at once and
I he will assist you In all difficulties He
diagnoses disease in the clairvoyant state
I free of charge Tells you every pain and
I now long you have been sick without
asking any questions Also tells tho cause
of your sickness His remedies cure when
all others fail His female regulator is
sat and sure and contains no tansy or
Injurious Ingredients His rneumatic rem
edies cure rheumatism in all Its various
forma No matter how long you have suf
fered his remedies will cure you
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1IIiIT t J 1
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This celebrated clairvoyant can ba ton
suited at his office and parlors
508 East Third South
PARK TERRACE
Salt Lake City Utah
Office hours 9 a m to 9 p m Read
Ing 1 for a short time only Long dis
tance telephone 536
Call and Be Convinced
Dr Jo BQ Keysor
DEIT1L PARLORS
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240 Main St First Door North of Walker
House
The largest and most complete
equipped Dental office in the city
Teeth Filled Without Pain
Good Set of Teeth 8X
Best Set no better set made 1000 I
Amalgam or Silver Fillings 100 I
Gold Fillings 100 and up
Teeth cleaned 100
The best work cannot be
done for less prices
PAINLESS EXTRACTION
By the use of Vitalized Air or Vapor also
by injecting our Great Local Anaesthetic
intp the Gums
Office Open till 8 p m Sunday 9 I to
Onc
i2 a m
1E J B KEYSOR
DENTAL PARLORS
FirstDoor North of Walker House
240 S Main St SALT LAKE CITY
BANK OFSALT IAKE
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23 SOijTH MAISr STREET SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
ffAMECa H tCOKIreitZat I F L flOLLANDCI
H Al BACONIce President I TO II hOLLAND A rfaO t c
General Ujmlcln Unslaena TiraniHcted Safe Deposit Xacae iis i RS
I Interest paid 90 Time sad Savlncs Deyoolto
I I National Banko tliOROflllllC
Frank Knox President
Geo A Lowe VicePresident
Ed wX w Duncan Cashier
E O Gates Assistant Cashier
Capital paid In 300000
Sarplan 2OOOO
Banking In all its branches transacted
Exchange drawn on the principal cities
of Europe Interest paid on time depos
its
flcCornick Co
I BANKERS
SALT LAIn CIT UTAH
Established 1873
Transact a General Banking Easiness
itt S HILLS President
3UOSHS TKATCHEIl VicePXcsSdest
II S YOUNG Cashier
U S DEPOSITORY
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I DESERET NATIONAL BAfIL
SAJVT LAKE CITY UTAH
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CAPITAL 5500000
SURPLUS 500000
Safety Deposit Boxen for tent
B H Schettler
BANKING BROKERAGE
22 South East Temple Street
Real Estate Stocks and Bond Bought
and Sold Notary work
TIrE
DESERET SAVINGS BANK
SALT LAKE CITY TITA3I
Capital 100000 Surplus 40000
DIRECTORS
James T Little President
Moses Thatcher VicePresident
Elias A Smith Cashier
Henry DInwoodey George Roniney
James Sharp W W Rlter
John R Barnes John R Winder
J9hn C Cutler D H Peery
David Eccles B P Eldredge
Four per cent Interest paid on savings
deposits compounded semiannually Ac
counts solicited from n upward
iitr i o ranon o onfo Dfizii
WELLSj FARGO OOS BANK
SAUl LAKE CITY UTAH
Established 1S2
Transacts a General Banking Business
J E DOOIT Cashier
T R JONES CO
BIERs
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
WALKER BROS
BANKERS
Established 1S5O Successors to
THE UNION JTATIOMAL BAKK of Salt
Lake City I
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A General Banking Business trans
acted
Commercial National Bank
Of Salt Lake City corner of Second
South and Commercial Streets
Capital 300000 Surplus 50000
General Banking In All Its Branches
DIRECTORS
S M Downey Prest
V P Noble VPrest
John J Ealy O J Salisbury Moylan C
Fox F H Auerbach Newell
Bfman J W Donnellan
T Marshall 2d VP Cashier
Established 1S41
150 Offices
The Oldest and Largest
RG DUN co
THE MERCANTILE AGENCY
GEORGE OS3IOJTD General Mana
ger Utah nntl ItluJro Offices in Pro
gress Building Salt Lake City Utah
Hotel KnutsfoicL
New an elegant in all Its appoint
ments 250 rooms single or tnsulte 75
rooms with bath
G B HOLMES Proprietor
TRE
STATE BA8LOF UTAH
Capital fully paid 500001
Sarplna 30OOe
Cor Main and South Temple streets
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
HEBER J GRANT President
WM B PRESTON VlcePresident
REBER Xf WELLS Cashier
DIRECTORS
Heber J Grant Isaac Barton I
William B Preston Charles S Burton
Joseph F Smith Philo T Farnsworth
Abraham H Cannon Heber M Wells
Spencer Clatvson
General Banking Business
Accounts solicited large and small
Special attention to country trade
Collections a specialty Correspondence
Invited
v o grml tile m inching French
Itemed CALTHO3 free nad n
ME 1 legal simranteetbut UALTHOS will
S T > li rhRrCc Kmltot
1E CiniK Snirmntorrh en BJ Icocele J
1Ec snd KEbTO Jill JLo t tzjr
c st it and pay ifsalisfed
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PilE THROUGH OAK J J I
Trains arrive unit Depart at S1
Lake City clntlr J
Ciy an follorr t
In Effect May 10 l lc
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ARRIVE j j
I From Chicago Omaha So
Louis Kansas City Denver
Park City end Ogden 310 p xfl
From Helena Butte Portland n
San Francisco Ogden and in
termediate
points J D05 < a m
from San Francisco Cacllo 90 a
Valley Ogden and Intermi
dlate
points 715
p m
From Chicago Omaha SJ m
Louis Kansas City Denvur
and Ogden 330 a m
From Frisco Mllfortl and Iii a
termediate points IJ 945 a m
From Mercur Tintic i a
Provo
I Aephl Sanpete Prof arid
Intermediate points t 630 p m
Mixed train from Termlnufe J
Tooele and Garfield t
Garfeld Beach r 400 p m
DEPART
For Chicago Omaha Denver
Kansas City St Louis Ogdcfu
For and Park San City Francisco Ogdea 7W a m 1
Cache Valley and interm
diate points 300 a m
For Ugden and IntermedUje 80 a
points L 400
p m
For Chicago Omaha Denver 40
Kansas City St Louis Buttb f
Portland and San
Franalscd 700 p m
For Eureka Mercur Provb 70
NephI Sanpete Valley i 740 a m
For Provo NephI Mllford l
I Frisco and Intermediate points 600 p m
Mixed train for Garfled 60 1
Beach Tooele and Terminus 745 a m
Trains south of Juab run daily exc
s aiy except
I Sunday i
Daily except Sunday
Dally except Sunday south of Juab
CITY TICKET OFFICE 201 3IAIX ST
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Telephone No C6S
Tnrough Pullman Palace Sleeper Latest
Impoved Tourist Sleepers Free Re
clining Coaches Chair Cars Elegant Day
D E BURLEY
General Agt Passenger Dept
S H I Passerger Dept
OLIVER W MINK
lIN
E ELLERY ANEERSOJT <
JOHN VA DOAN
FREDERIC R COUDERT
Receivers
E L LOMAX G P S T Agt
E DICKINSON Gen Mar er I
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Current Time Table
I EFFECT APRIL 10 1SOO
LEAVE SAT LAKC CITY
No2For BInsham Pre IT i
Grand Junction and all polri ts
East
750 a m
No 4For Provo Grand Junc a
tions and all points cast t 740 p m
No 6For Mt Pleasant Marftl I
I SaUna and all intermediate
points 130 p m
No 5Fpr Ogden and Interme I
diate points interre I 530 p m
No S For Eureka Pays n
Provo and all intermediate
points 500 p m
No 3For Ogden and west1145 p I
No 1For Ogden and west1223 p m
ARRIVES SALT il lf t
No 1 From Provo Grad
Junction and the eastlIla p m
No 3 From Provo Grafid
Junction and the east1135 p m
ndP m
lon
No 6 From Provo Binghafn
Eureka SaUna ManU and 1
intermediate points t 523 p m 4
No 2 From Ogden and the j
west i 740 a m <
No 4From Ogden and the
west i 730 pm
No 6From Ogden and inter
mediate points r 940 a I
No 7From Eureka Paystfn
Provo and all Intermediate I
points f 053 a m
Only line running through Pullman Pal
lne
ace sleeping cars from Salt Lake City to
San Francisco Salt Lake City to Denver
via Grand Junction and Salt Lake City to
Kansas City and Chicago viji Colorado
points
Through tourist or family sleepers
without change to Kansas J City Chi
cago and Boston
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Free reclining chair cars Salt Lake
City to Denver
Tlcfcet Office 1C West Second South
Street t
D C Dodge So H aKCOCk
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Traffic Mgr
General Mgr Trafc g
F A Wadleigh General Passenger I Ag 1
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Denver r Bill grande
The Scenic Line of the Ylorld
The only line running trre trojb
xost trains dally to IreadvlHe As
pen Pueblo Colorado Sprlnsrs and
Denver
DnTerEEa
ErFFEOTTVE APR 1SO4
Train No2 leaves Ogden 700 am Salt
Lake 805 am arrives at Pueblo 6lfl
am Colorado Springs 7d5am Den
ver 1030 am Cripple Creek 930 sum
Train No4 leaves Ogden at 635 pm
Salt Lake 740 pm arrives at Pueblo
520 pm Colorado Springs 633 pm
Denver 925 pm
Connections made at Pueblo Colorado
Connectons mide
Springs and Denver with all lines east
1 it thv roaches chair cars and
Pullman sleepers on all trains Take the
J w it G and have a comfortable trip
and enjoy the finest scenery on the conti
nent Shortest line to Cripple Creek
Colorados great gold cp
A S HUGHES Traffic Mgr Denver
Colo
S K HOPE O P T A Denver
Colo J
B F NEVTNS General Agent
H M CUSHING T I A
SALT LAKE CITY
L CIT i
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UTAH CENTRAL RY
General Office Z021 Wlttingham Building
DAILY Leave TRANS AS FOLLOWS Arrive
a L City 800 a m Park City 1020 a ra
Park City 300 p to S L City 5U5 p m
Depot Main and Eighth Cit Suo
J McGregor Clarence Cary Reeve
ilgcnt I H Bug Gen Supt Pif i aa4 Tttt Q
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STATE SUPREME COURT
Appeal in the Utah Lake Water
Case Argued and Submitted
OTHER CASES DISPOSED OF
BEFORE THE JUDGES OF THE SU
PREME BENCH YESTERDAY
John F Byron Sacs for Divorce
His Wife Refuses to Come from
England to Live With Him Here
Case of Amelia D Harvey 1
Barney Harvey Still on Trial
Short Orders and Miscellaneous
NotcH
The case of Salt Lake City et aI ap
pellants vs Joseph H Colladge et al
was argued in the state > supreme court
yesterday by F S Richards for the
appellant and David Evans for the re
spondents
This is an appeal from parts of a
decree rendered by the district court
of the First judicial district on Jan
uary 31896 The action was brought by
the plaintiffs Salt Lake City the Utah
and Salt Lake Canal company the
South Jordan Canal company the
North Jordan Canal company and the
East Jordan Canal company against
several hundred defendants residents
of the neighborhood of the shores of
Utah lake for the purpose of estab
lishing the low water mrk in Utah
lake to establish plaintiffs right to
maintain their dams in Jordan river
and the stage of water in Utah lake
to the meander line thereof and to
have the defendants restrained from
prosecuting suits at law against the
prsecutn plaintiffs on any claim that they had
wrongfully raised the water in the lake
or flooded the defendants lands or
caused any injury or damage thereto
by said means
The points of the decree from which
the appeal was taken are as follows
That the plaintiffs are entitled to at
all times keep and maintain planks or
other obstructions on the floor or sill
of the new dam erected by them in the
Jordan river to the height of fourteen
inches above the floor or sill of the
new dam and no more
If the commissioners order the removal
I
moval of said planks or other obstruc
tions after the first day of October in
any year the plaintiffs shall not have
leave to replace the same until March
15 of the following year nor at that
time unless the commissioners shall so
decide But when at any time on or
after October 1 in any year the com
missioners shall have ordered theplaln
tiffs to remove said planks or other
obstructions from said dams the plain
tiffs shall remove the same and th6
tfs
waters of the river shall be permitted
to run free and trnobstructed until on
or after March 15 of the following
year and until the commissioners shall
decide that obstructions may be placed
in said dams or until the waters shall
have repeded to the elevation herein
before designated
The appeal was argued and submit
ted
e
Sharp tt McBrl vs U P
Arguments were made in the case of
John C Sharp and Charles R Mc
Bride vs the receivers of the Union
Pacific Railway company appellants
by P L Williams for the S
and by Judge King fr the respondents
The facts are that the plaintiffs ship
ped a train load of sheep from Milford
ford over the defendants road The
plaintiffs told bhe agent before any bill
of lading or contract of shipment was
drawn that they wanted to ship their
sheep via Omaha to Chicago with the
privilege of sloping the train and sell
ing the sheep at Omaha i thought de
sirable on their arrival there and that
they expected to sell them The con
tract and bill of lading are silent upon
this subject I was proved at the
trial that a usage existed between de
fendants and plaintiffs on prior ship
ments by which stock shipped from
the west of Chicago could be stopped
and sold at Omaha at the option of the
shipper on arriving there Defendant
had two connecting lines to Chicago
one going through Omaha and the
other deviating from the main line and
not going through Omaha Defendants
insisted on shipping the sheep over the
latter line directly to Chicago and not
through Omaha against the protest of
those in charge who demanded that
the car go to Omaha
On arrival at Chicago it was found
the market was overstocked and that
on the day when the sheep would have
arrived in Omaha there was a good
market there The jury in the court
below found for the plaintiffs for 4
209S5 the amount of their loss from
which the defendants appealed
After the arguments their honors
took the case under advisement s
Sulvmlttctl on Briefs
The case of J W Scott and Eliza A
Scot vs Provo city appellant was
submitted on briefs without argument
The suit was brought to recover dam
ages for a personal injury sustained
it was claimed by Mrs Eliza A Scott
hy reason of a defective sidewalk The
jury in the lower court found the is
sues for the plaintiff and assessed the
damages at 1000 from which the de
fendant appealed
John Byron Cues for Divorce I
John F Byron has entered suit for
divorce from Elizabeth Byron alleging
that the marriage took place on June I
24 1879 at Hull England and that for
the purpose of bettering his condition
aiml that of his family he left Eng
land and came to Utah in April 1895
but Mrs Byron refused lo accompany
him or allow their children to do so
although he implored her to come and
offered her a better home here than
he was able to provide In England
He therefore prays for a decree of di
vorce on the ground of desertion
Short Orders
Luis Tong vs Heber Young et al
judgment and decree of foreclosure of
mortgage for plaintiff entered and all
defendants released from personal lia
bility for deficiency judgment
Estate and guardianship of Sarah J
Oliver et al guardian discharged a
to two older minors all accounts ap
proved guardians compensation to
date fixed at 400
Estate of James Mantripp deceased
hearing on petition for probate of will
set for today
Barney Keogh vs R G W Railway
company settled and dismissed
W S McCornick vs Henry Sadler
on trial before Judge Street
Court Notes
The case of Amelia D Harvey
against her divorced husband Barney
C Harvey for an accounting and the
return of about 10000 alleged to have
been given him in trust by plaintiff
was resumed yesterday before Judge
Ritchie and was still going on when
court adjourned till this morning
Stephen Hunter has begtmTsuit In the
Third district court to recover o023
on three promissory notes secured by r
i i
a niortgage from Elijah M Weiler
et al
a
Wells Fargo Co have entered siiit
against Jesse W Fox jr et al to re
cover 54895 on a promisspry note
Nels Christian Stevenson had a hear
ing yesterday afternoon before Justice
Harvey on the charge of giving beer
to a 12yearold boy named George H
Ellis ofwhich the boy drank until he
was intoxicated I appeared that Ste
venson had a keg of beer at his house
and R was there it was charged that
the boy got the liquor The complain
ing witness was the father of the lad
Stevenson was found guilty and fined
25 and costs Assistant County At
torney Harrington prosecuted and Col
onel Kaighn defended the accused
RUSH FOR LANDS
STATE BOARD CLERICS AUC NOW
KEPT BUSY
List of FlliiiFCN Dlaclc Yesterday and
More Expected Todaj 1coiile Are
Becoming Very Much Interested
Applications land still continue to
be made at the office of the board of
land commissioners
There seems to be a desire on the
part of many to obtain lands and
within the last two days the rush I
has been great
The following is the list of yester
days filings
James Lang Beaver purchase sec
tion 16 township 29 south range 7
west
T 1I Grover Morgan purchase sec
tion 16 undescribed
Samuel F Walker purchase 479
acres section 4 township 10 north I
range 18 west
Emil Wennergren purchase section
16 township la north range 1 west
Arthur Staynpr Lewiston purchase
section eastW 16 township 1 north range 1
W G Buckley Beaver purchase sec
tion 16 township 29 south range 7
west
James Sanderson Fairview Sanpete
purchase section 36 township 1 south
range 4 east
William Griman Lehi purchase part
section 36 township 4 south range 1
west
James Carter Lehi purchase section
36 township south range 1 west
J H Woolston Lehi purchase same
section
Citizens of Heber to lease grazing
lands township 4 south range 6 east
Cyrus Clark Cache county purchase
section 16 township 14 north range 2
west
west 10
W O Creerii Spanish Fork grazing
lands 30 or 40sections township 8 and
9 south range 4 and 5 east
L A Olmstead Lehi purchase sec
tion 36 township 4 south range 1 west
George S Harrison Lehi purchase
part section 36 township 4 south
range 1 west
Joseph S Ball Wasatch purchase
section 36 township 5 north range 1
east
Joseph Welsh Coalville purchase
part section township 1 south range
7 east to I
Robert 1Yil Lawrence to lease
grazing lands in Cedar canyon
William Howard Huntington to
lease grazing lands undescribed
F H Nalder Leyton to purchase
school lands stfction 16 township 4 i
north range 1 west
Citizens cf Kanab to lease grazing
lands undescribed
W B Nalden Leyton to purchase
part section 16 township 4 north range
1 west
Chas Koskie Marysvale to purchase
part section 16 township 28 south
range 3 west
D D Ryan Son Corinne purchase
lands in section 36 township 10 north
range 3 vest
S S Weaver SaUna purchase sa
line lands township 21 south range 1
east
Citizens of Huntington to lease graz
ing lands 10 sections in townships 16
and 1 south range 7 east
I C Thoreson Hyrum to lease tim
ber lands undescribed
J E Miles Co Paradise purchase
or lease timber lands sections 34 town
ship 9 south range 2 east
Sarah E Ewall Helper purchase or
lease part of section 27 township 13
south range 8 east
John L Gibbs Lehi purchase part
section 36 township 4 south range 1
west
August Shepard Levan purchase or
lease university lands section 20 town
ship 1 south range 1 east
Hans Rldeoff Draper purchase part
section undescribed township 3 south
range 1 ease
R E Lee Goshen to purchase part
section 16 township 1 south range 1
west
Karl Swenson Draper to purchase
part section 16 township 3 south range
1 west
J6hn Maguire Ogden to purchase
part section 36 township 7 north
range 1 west
J H Coles et aI Syracuse to pur
chase section 16 township 4 north
range 2 west
Geo M Pace Park City to purchase
section 16 township 1 south range 4
east
Edward Deman Leyton to purchase
school lands in township 4 north range
1 west
David A Sanders and wife Farming
ton to purchase school lands in town
ship 13 north range 3 west
H A Kearns Gunnison to purchase
west section 36 township 19 south range 1

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