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I o THE SALT LAKE HERAIiD wiiisD BOVEafflBEK 4 HBO J
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fBRYAH VOTES
VOTESAT
II AT LINCOLN
Given a Royal Reception on His
Return Home
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HIS ESCORT TO THE POLLS
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VOTE
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I He Malces a Little Speech to His
the Steps
Friends an He Ascend
b of His TOTellinsr and ns He Enters
f the House Mighty Cheers Follow
Him IViil CheerXnlly Abide by the
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H LINCOLN Neb Nov 3As William
t J Bryan sat in the public diningroom
o < at the Paxton house Omaha this
itornin eating his breakfast in com
pany with Mrs Bryan he did not look
L liko a man with an anxious mind He
slept well last night after th fatigues
ol his final day of campaigning and
was up at 7 His breakfast was of the
heartiest his appearance bright and
vigorous Mr and Mrs Bryan drove
i in a carriage from the Paxton through
F
the eMil damp atmosphere suggestive
of snow to the Union depot where he
r bought tickets for Mrs Bryan and him
elf shook hands with a few people
who recognised him and went aboard
the Burlington train leaving Omaha
for Lincoln at 830 oclock
I Mrs Bryan carried a box of flowers
presented at one of the meetings last
night while the candidate bore a I
bundle of souvenirs They took seats
> n the regular chair car of the train
l o incidents occurred on the journey
to Lincoln which was reached at 1015
HOME SWEET HOME
S A brass band layed Home Sweet
Home at tile Lincoln station as the
candidate stepped from the train and
the members of theo Travelling Mens
Silver club and the Bryan home guards
cheered lustily as he passed through
i the double line they had formed The
t band started ahead piping a lively air
1 the organization formed a guard of I
honor around Mr Bryans carriage
and in this order he was escorted to
the city clerks office to swear in his
vote The sweairg in process took a I
moment only
Mr Bryan mounted the stairway to
the city cl rks office briskly followed
by halfadozen newspaper menaverred
that he had no opportunity to register
was a duly qualified voter and all the
rest of the necessary formula and af
ter getting his cer ficate took his
place in the procession again Mrs
Bryan had gone hume in the carriage
taken at the Burlington station and the
i candidate rode to the polling place in a
fashionable trap to the air of Just
Tell Them That You Saw Me played
by the band The voting place for the
precinct of the Fifth ward was in a
fire engine house on F street neal
Fourteenth Mr Bryan entered it
through the double line of those who
took part in the parade and afer hay
ing his registration certlffcaite inspect
ed went into one of the uncurtained
booths Daring the eJgrhc minutes he
r took in preparing his ballots a dispute
between two opposing challengers
S caused some loud talk but nothing
serious occurred A few minutes < before
31 oclock he came out with two folded
slips of paper in his hand and waited
patiently until the status of two el
derly voters could be ascertained
BRYANS VOTE
Rev Mr Howe the chaplain of the
state penitentiary was judge of elec
tion there William J Bryan votes
two he called out to the clerks This
lueanc that Mr Bryan voted on the
f proposed constitutional amendments as
well as the national electors and the
state ticket He voted the straight
Democratic and Peoples Independent
ticket the designation given the Demo
craVe silver and Populist combination
by the state courts Just as he was de
jjoslcln his ballot one of the Repub
lican challengers called on the people
present about 50 in number to un
cover out of respect to Mr Bryan Ev
ery uody bared his head and when word
was pafded to those outside by some
i who learned what had been done they
took off their hats A startling flash of
light illuminated the darkened interior
of the engine house as Mr Bryan
1 > passed the folded ballot sheets to Chap
lain Howe It was only a photographer
5 getting a flashlight picture of the in
teresting incident Again under escort
of the band and the clubs Mr Bryan
S was taken to his home on D street
The crowd cheered as he ascended the
steps of his dwelling and turning to
the gathering the candidate made a
little speech of thanks
AWAITING RESULTS
ladies and gentlemen he said I
have now done al I can to secure suc
cess in this campaign and for me there
f is nothing left bu > to wait for the re
r Mil ts
I want to thank the good friends
who have been so kind and courteous
h on my leaving and returning and what
ever may be the result of tMs cam
paign I shttll always e able to say
that my neighbors who agreed with me
in political convictions did everything
ltin their power to secure success in this
election
I ask you now to manifest your fur
ther interest by giving so much of the
remainder of this day as you can to
getting the vote out and to seeing to
it that every ono understands the
S form of ballot so that no mistakes will
be made You understand that in this
i state when they allowed the bolting
f Democrats to go on as Democrats
< > they did it in order to perpetrate a
5 fraud upon the voters of this state
v CrIes of Thats right and hisses It
t l is the duty of all our people to defeat
L the fraud if they can by having peo
l Z pje understand just how the ballot
reads so that each person can vote in
t telligently Ail that we have asked in
a this campaign is that each citizen
r might rie allowed to vote as he > eases
1 and whn that Is done we shall all
4 aMdt tne result whatever it may be
f The organizations cheered with a will
L and disbanded as Mr Bryan entered
t S the house
At 1215 Mr Bryan fell asleep and
5 it was decided not to awaken him till
t J morning No statements and no priv
S ate dispatches will be given out till
orninz
NOVEL ELECTION WAGERS
Arkansas People Who Belong to a
r5 cut factory
LITTLE ROCK Ark Nov 3The
5 following contract in the form of a
wager on election was entered into yes
terday at Dardennelle
S This is to certify that we the under
f signed have made the following agree
f inent viz That if McKinley is elecf d
in the 3rd of November 1896 James H
Pet I1o Republican is to baptize
Thomas IX Roberts Democrat and
t that said Roberts is to forever denounce
the Democratic party and the devil
but if Bryan is elected president Rob
rts is to baptize Petillo and Petillo is
to forever renounce the Republican
party and the devil The baptizing is
t to take place on Petitjean river at
Rocky Crossing on the second Satur
t day in November 1836 at 2 oclock p
trhL or as soon afterwards as the pres
idential election may be definitely set
tied The public is cordially invited to
r be present
i J H PETILLO
I T D ROBERTS
ThIs wager was made at Fayetteville i
Ii
Charles E Burton and Enoch Day
I ton have entered into a contract that
in case McKinley is elected Dayton is
to harness up and hitch Burton into a
I road cart and drive him around the
square then down Dickson street to
the depot Then he Is to fasten him to
apost and give him two quarts of oats
to eat Burton is to pay for the oats
and for Daytons dinner If Bryan is
elected then the boot is on the other
leg and the same procedure adopted
towards Dayton
RAILWAY MAIL SERVICE
PostmasterGeneral Wilson Gives
Out n Report of Its Operations
WASHINGTON Nov 3Postmaster
General Wilson gave out a report on
the operations of the railway mail
service during the past fiscal year It
shows that the expenditures for mall
transportation inland and foreign was
49523932 an increase of over one and
a half million dollars over the previous
year Mail service to the gold regions
of Alaska has been established for the
benefit of the miners and others there
The pneumatic tube which it was de
sired to establish in Philadelphia New
I York and Boston has not developed as
rapidly as it was hoped on account of
I the enormous expense
o GS I
HOWELL A BRUTE
XtnqcUs Down a Crippled SoldIer
anti Kicks Him Nearly to Death
ZANESVILLE Ohio Nov 3 Will
iam O Munson editor of the Evening
Press and also a Republican member
of the city board of elections was
knocked down today in the city build
ing by City Engineer Al Howell a Re
publican and beaten and kicked almost
to death Howell is a young man of
nearly 200 pounds weight while Mun
son is a crippled soldier nearly 60 years
old and weighs only 125 pounds The
assault was induced by some criticisms
in the Press concerning Howells dis
charge of his official duties There is
great indignation over the outrage all
over the city and Howell will be im
peached and prosecuted to the full ex
tent of the law
HIGHBIHDKRS IN CHICAGO
FEUD THIVT IEAS PREVAILED FOR
SOME TIME EVi FRISCO
A Chinaman Who Knew T 00 Much
About the Methods of the Murder
ers Is Arrested to Prevent His Re
turning Home and Telling the Em
peror About Them
CHICAGO Nov 3It is thought at
the central police station that the
Chinese highbinders feud which has
terrorized the Chinese quarter of San
Francisco has reached Chicago and
Inspector Fitzpatrick is taking action
to promptly suppress any trouble that
may arise among the subjects of the
emperor of China who reside in this
city
Several days ago a Chinaman named
Soong Gee Tong secured a warrant for
the arrest of Holy Woy who had
Soong claimed embezzled some money
from him two years ago When Woy
was taken to the station he claimed
he was the victim of highbinders He
said he left Chicago two years ago and
went to Pittsburg where he opened a
laundry He made money and a few
days ago started to return to China to
get married and live in comfort The
highbinders he claims thought he
knew too much of their methods to be
allowed to tell them at home especially
as the emperor has threatened to de
capitate all relatives of the highbinders
in China They therefore sent Tong to
Chicago to have Woy arrested and
thus prevent him from returning hcfne
Inspector Fitzpatrick believes the
Chinaman is telling the truth and says
if he finds there are highbinders In
Chicago they will have to leave town
O
STRATHAT3VIS CASE
SEATTLE Nov 3Judge Hanford
of the federal court held a special ses
sion last evening and decided the
famous Strathnevis case which a few
months ago was the talk of steamship
men not only in the United States but
in the Orient and in Europe In his
decision Judge Hanford awards salvage
claims against the Strathnevis which
is a Northern Pacific ship amounting
I to upward of 40000
I
IT WILL COST HIM DEARLY
SHELBYVILLE Ind Nov 3 Yes
terday afternoon Constable Campbell
arrived with a warrant for the arrest
of Willis Smith charged with offering
John Reed 2 to vote for McKinley He
went to Smiths house and found him
locked in an upstairs room Upon be
ing refused admittance the officer broke
down the door Smith hit the officer on
the head with a club fatally injuring
him He is under arrest
PROFESSOR
Stoddard
CLAIRVOYANT
The World Renowned
Of Belfast Ireland
We are going
To see him
I It youd go to your proper sphere in life
And end all troubles cares and strife
Climb high the ladder of renown
Be first and foremost cf your town
And of your life get a review
Of present and future learn something tea
Then If you have tho least of doubt
Prof Stoddard will help you out
The present dullness hell make bright
And pains and Illness hell set right
lx > st and stolen articles hell locate
Yourself and trouble hell separate
If you have troubles upon your mind
He Is the best friend you can find
His parlors too are Just divine
His office hours from 000 to 900
One dollar for readings Is all hell chDrge
For his good advice that Is not large
Unless his advice you seek by mall
Two dollars It will be then without fall
Office Park Terrace Third South 5CJ
Salt Lake City Utah State
THE CULLEN
RATES2 and 250 Ver DayS
I
I I S C EWING Prop j
1
iiIIOI r 1f
lIl > < i
Consumption
Outdoor life and Scotts
Emulsion of Codliver with
Hypophospnites have cured
thousands of cases of consump
tion in the early stages They
cure old advanced cases too
but not so many nor so prompt
ly When a case is so far ad
vanced that a cure cannot be
made even then SCOTTS
EMULSION checks the rapid
ity of the disease relieves the
pains in the chest reduces the
night sweats and makes the
cough easier In these cases it
comforts and prolongs life
Dont experiment with cures
that destroy the digestion Pin
your faith to the one remedy
which has bzen THE STAN
DARD FOR OVER 20 YEARS
Book about it free for the asking
For sale by all druggists at 50c and
JOO
SCOTT BOWNE New York
The Burning Question
Now is
STOVES ssssr i
I have the Best at Very Low Prices I
Come and See
A NEELANDS
69 W First South St Kimball Block
Register for lessons in Piano Organ
Violin Voice Culture Thorough Bass
Harmony and Delsarte at the
Utah COnSBfvatnry of M
Room 211 Brooks Arcade
Piano and Harmony department now
open Formal opening of all departments
January 5 1S97
Registration hour from 2 to 3 every
afternoon except Sunday 1
That a sufficient number of teachers
may be engaged it is necessary that
those desiring lessons should register soon
Call or address
MISS S P BROWN MAS MUS
Brooks Arcade Salt Lake City
ASSESSMJtNT NOTICE
ASSESSMENT NOTICESALT LAKE
Board of Trade principal place of busi
ness Salt Lake City Utah Notice is
hereby given that at a meeting of the
directors of the Salt Lake Board of
Trade held on the 26th day of October
1896 an assessment of six dollars per
share was levied upon the capital stock
of the corporation payable to the secre
tary at the general office of the com
pany in the rooms of the Ontario S M
Co Salt Lake City before the 26th day
of November 1S9G Any stock upon which
this assessment may remain unpaid on
the 26th day of November 1896 will be
delinquent and advertised for sale at pub I
lic auction and unless payment is made
before will be sold on the 15th day of I
December 1896 at 4 oclock p m to nay I
the delinquent assessment together with I
costs of advertising and expense of sale I
C L ROOD Secy
I
THE SEAL
Fish and Oyster Market
Handles the choicest varieties of fish and
oysters Our canned oysters are equal to
any op the market Blue Points and
Rockaways especially Turkeys spring
chickens and wild game constantly on
hand 74 West First South street Tele I
phone 303
NfinONAl 1311N1 B RlrUBU
Frank KnoxPreSldent
Geo A Lowe VicePresldent
Ed W DuncanCashler
n O GatesAsslstant Cashier
CAPITA PAID IX300000
SURPLUS S20OOO
Banking In all Its branches transacted
Exchange drawn on the principal cities
of Europe Interest paid on time depos
its
tBmtQR
mtQR t to
BANKERS
SALT LAKE CITY IJTAH
ESTABLISHED 1ST3
transact a General Banking Business
L S HILLS President
MOSES THATCHER VicePresident
H a YOUNG Cashier l
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U S DEPOSITORY
DESEBET NATIONAL BANK
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
CAPITAL JSOOOOO
SURPLUS 5500000
Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent
PORK
recently sold at 535 per barrel against
a 10year low average of 51097 per bar
rel We perceive no reason for any fur
I ther decline and predict that conserva
tive purchases of tho hog product will
prove exceedingly profitable
We receive quotations on train pro
visions the most active stocks every 15
minutes during the dy Prompt service
Careful f attention to all orders
TELEPHONE NO 631
PIIILLIPS CO
COMMISSION BROKERS
GRAIN PROVISIONS COTTON
STOCKS AND BONDS
ROOMS 19 AND WALKER BROS
BANK BUILDING SALT LAKE
UTAH I
Hotel nutsford I
New and elegant in all its appoint
ments 250 rooms single or ensuite 75
rooms with bath
O S HOLMES Proprietor I
The Deseret Savings Bank
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
Capital 5100000 Surplus 510000
DIRECTORS
James T Little President i
Moses Thatcher VicePresident
Elms A Smith Cashier
Henry Dinwoodey i George Romney
James Sharp I J I IT W Riter
lohn R Barnes i John P Winder
John C Cutler L rL reery
David Bccles E D Eldredge I
Four per cent Interest paid on savngs
deposits compounded semiannually Ac
counts solicited from 51 upward
Jfll fRRGO CSO BANK
i
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
1 Established 1S52
Transact a General Banking Business
J E SOOLT Cashier
T R JONES CO
Ba7TsE S
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
B H SchettSer
BANKING BROKERAGE
2 South East Temple Street
Real Estate Stocks and Bonds Bought
and Sold Notary work
b R RQ
BANKERS
r
Established 1559 Successors to THE
UNION NATIONAL BANK of Salt Lake
City
A Gei ral Banlcinar Business
1
transacted
Commercial National Bank
CAPITAL PAID IX 9300000
Ceneral banking In all Ita branches
DirectorsF H Auerbach John J
Daly O J Salisbury Moylan C Fox
Thomas Marshall W P Noble George
1L Dcwney John Donnellan Newell
Beeman
Established 1811
150 Offices I
The Oldest and Largest rt
R G e t1 tl
The Mercantile Agency
GEORGE OSMOND General Manager
Utah and Idaho Offices in Progress
Building Salt Lake City
I j CALT y s LAKE + sv THEATRE
CHAS S BURTON MANAGER
Curtain at 8 p m sharp
3 NIGHTS Mniiiii 1Tnir I
2
3 Commencing Monday 3 ov
DANIEL FROHMAN
Presents his latest Success
THE PRISONER
OF ZENDA
WITH
His splendid Lyceum Company as was
played 200 nights at the Lyceum Theatre
New York I
It is a play that will never dleSan
Francisco Chronicle
SPECIAL
TUESDAY NIGHT ELECTION RE
TURNS WILL BE DISPLAYED BE
TWEEN THE ACTS BY STEREOPTI
CON
Prices 150 100 SOc and 25c Sale of
seats begins Friday Oct 30
NEXT ATTRACTION
Friday and Saturday Nov 6 and 7
Darlres1 Russia
TWO ENORMOUS COfiIEDIES
WEEK
BEGINNING
i MONDAY
Nov 2
j t ROGERS j E CE 5
Manager
WrO VbuEt
cot ftO t i
And It A HENPECKED HUSBAND U
All the favorites in the cast
PRICES 33 and SOc Saturday
> Matinee 23c
Complete election returns will be read
from the stage Tuesday evening Nov 3
LYCEUM THEATRE
1 THREE NIGHTS and Saturday F
3 Matinee Beginning 5
U THURSDAY NOVEMBER t
SI PERKINS
A Roaring Rousing Rally of fun
langhter and yells
Hear the noted Si Perkins Orchestra
of 12 nieces
See the famous street parade at noon
daily by the famous Pughtown Farmers
band
Prices 25c 35c SOc
Matinee Saturday 230 25c
Seats now on sale
8TEREOTYPGATTHE HERIILD
I 65g 65 j
I By Far the Strongest Attraction I
Ever Gathered to Please the People9 1
Over 100000 worth of the mostReliable merchandise concentrated here The panicky conditions of trade
and the disturbed confidence of dealers and manufacturers have combined to place in our hands vast stocks of goods at
t prices that are pronounced by Salt Lakes oldest and shrewdest merchantscompetitors among themto be the lowest
kd ever known With increased facilities and replenished stocks we make the statement advisedly that with the Opening of
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the Doors Tomorrow you will share in the Lowest Prices and Greatest Bargains of your Experience I
Furniture Bedding and Curtains
BEDROOM SETS worth 2000
This week SIS75 COMFORTERSHeavy Winter Com
forters full size figured pattern
t BEDROOM SETS worth S2500 worth SI 175 I
This week 31750
Cents
tr xra 95
BEDROOM SETS worth S7500 I
This week S5000 FIGURED SATEEN Comforters ex tJ
t dJ tra large filled with finest white 4
7 BOOKCASES worth S2000
t corded cotton cheap at S3 J
SI400
This week
tJ 195
cj I CHIFONIERS worth 1200 fl
r This week S850 EXTRA FINE SATEEN Covered
Comforters corded cotton
filling 5
EXTENSION TABLES worth 500
choice of fancy coloing never before
t This week S300
fore sold less than 5
I
EXTENSION TABLES worth S850
I 300
This week S500
14
t SiDEBOARDS worth S2200 114 EXTRA LARGE Strictly All wool
td This week SI145 both ways and Filling Bed Blankets iJi
I all colors would be a bargain at S5
t SIDEBOARDS worth 2500 14
368
3
cS This week 1700 Y
J
I DOUBLE THREAD Nottingham Lace
tl
I Curtains 3 12 yards long white and
tl Carpets Sewed Free i ecru worth SI75 per pair
be 98 Cents 14
Most normal stores would con
tent with selling low as otherstores
i NOVELTY FISH NET Curtains 3 12
First ve went a step farther and undersold
white and worth
yards long ecru
increase lead by
dersold now we our a
S3 per pair
sewing carpets free of extra charge
S2IO
D2IO
INGRAIN CARPETS heavy quality
II
r full extra super warp worth 30c REAL BRUSSELS Curtains Irish
Per yard Point and Swiss Tambour Cnrtains
ipc
1 worth up to S7 per pair I
HALFWOOL INGRAIN extra heavy L 450
quality worth 65c OUR MOTTO IS I
t r2 Per yard 39 1 = 20 FINE NOTTINGHAM Lace Curtains
in Russian Arabian and Brussels t
PC S ALLWOOL INGRAIN full extra < H011e t Bar aj ns patterns knitted fast edges worth
J super ten new styles worth 65c 350 per pair
Per yard 470 225
1 APSftS rllRliTllR STORE I
ID 51 53 55 East First South Street
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UNION
PACIFIC
i1 Systemj
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TEES
QCGm aui LB3
Trains aridye anti deazt t
Lake City daily ft toUows
On Erect May 10 UH
ARRIVE
From Chicago omaha st J
Louis Kansas City Denver
Patfc City and Ogden sag
From Helena Butte Portland
San Francisco Ogden and In
termediate points 906
a 310
Prom San Francisco Cache
Valley Ogden and Interme
diate points 715 a
From Chicago Omaha St
Louis Kansas City Denver
and Ogden 330 a as
Prom Frisco Millard and In
termedtato points 3M5 a is
From Mercur Tin tic Provo
Nephl Sanpete Valley and
Intermediate points 633 p M
Mired train from Terminus
Tooele and Garfleld Beach < cfl p nfc
DEPAIth
For Chicago Omaha Denver
Kansas city St Louis Ogden
and Park city
For San 709 IS
Francisco Ogden
Cache Valley and 1nterm
dlate points
saa s Is
For
Ogden and intermediate
points v
For Chicago Omaha Denver 400 JI m
Kansas City St Louis Butte
Portland and San Francisco 700
For Eureka Mercur Provo tx ta
Nephl Sanpete Valley 740
L
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For Provo Nephi Milford
Frisco and IntermedIate points 600 p at
Mlxetl train for Garfield
Beach Tooole and Terminus 746
a zz
Sunday Trains south ° f Juab run daily ccept
Dally except Sunday
Dally except Sunday south of JU1b
CITY TICKET OFFICE 201 SIAIX 8T
Telephone No C55
Through Pullman Palace Sleepers
Latest
Improved Tourist Sleepers
Free Ro
Cos dining Chair Cars Elegant Da 7
D E BURLEY
General Agt Passenger DepC
s H H CLARK
OLIVER W MINK
E ELLERY 1
ANDERSON
S JOHN W DOANE
FREDERIC R COUDffRT
ReceIvers
E rl LOofA G P T At
E DICKINSON Gen Manager
GflEAT o
I Oarremt Time Table
VI EFFECT JUKE 1t 1SOC
I LEAVE SALT LAKE CITY
No 2For Bln ham Provo
Grand Junction and all points
East 750 a a
No 4FOt Provo Grand June
tions and all points east 740 p m
No6For Bingham Mt Pleas
ant Manti Richfield Belknap
all interxnediate pOlntsl30 p m
No 5For Ogden and Jnterme
citato points 533 n Ia
No 8For Eureka PajsotC
Provo and all intermediate
points > Mn nil
No 3For Ogden and we h 1145 p nl
No Z For Ojjdea and rest1255 p Dl
ARRrvES kLT LAKE CITY
I No 1FjomBngham L Provo
urana mncnon ana tne east1215 p m
No S From Provo Grand
Junction and the east 1135 p EB
No 5 From Provo Blngham
Eureka Belknap Richfield
Manti and all intermediate
points 523 t > In
No 2 From Ogden and the
west 74 L m
No iFrom Ogden and the
west 730 D t =
No 6From Ogden and Inter
mediate points 940 a Q
No iFrom Eureka Paycon
Provo and all intermediate
points JH 355 a is
Only line running through Pullman Pal
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 via Colorado
points
Through tourist or family sleepers
without change to Kansas City Chi
cago and Boston
Free reclining chair cars SaJt Lalra
City to Denver
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Ticket Office 15 West Second Sot
Street
D C Dods B H Babcock
General MJ Truffle Mgr
F A Wadloicli General Passenger Agt
THE COLORADO MIDLAND R R
Two Through Trains Daily
Between Salt Lake City Ogden and Lead
ville Cripple Creek Colorado Springs
Denver and all points east Only line
running THROUGH CHAIR CARS
Through sleepers on both morning and 1
evening trains This line in connection f
with the Rio Grande Western reaches
Denver earlier than any other line via
Colorado Springs No change of cars or i
gsTa f
delayed trains Take the Colorado Mid
land and save time and enjoy the finest
ride and grandest scenery In Colorado i
For full information call on any R Q
W Ry agent or
W F BAILEY O A BROWN
G P A Gen Agent
Denver Colo Salt Lake City
UTAH CENTRAL RY
General Office 202 Wlttln ham Building
DAILY TRAINS AS FOLLOWS
Leave Arrive
S L City 8CO am Park City 1030 am t
Park City 300 pm S L City 515 pm
Depot Main and Eighth South Sta
hb
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J McGregor Clarence Cary Receivers
F E Shafer General Freight and Passenger 1
senger Agent
f Me Op dll R3i1ay Co
Time Table in Effect Nov 1 1896
i l
Leave Arrive Leave Arrive
Salt Lake Farm Lagoon Salt Lake
ington Farm
Lagoon ington
S 7CO am 745 am 755 am 840 am
S 940 am 1030 am 1045 am 1125 am
340 pm 430 pm 445 pm 535 pm
540 pm 630 pm 613 pm 733 pm
Daily except Sunday f
Sunday extra trains leave Salt Lake
city at 840 1040 a m 140 p in
Sunday extra trains leave Farmington
at 945 1145 a m 245 p m
i
For Decks Hot Springs
Leave Salt Lake daily 700 940 a mu
140 220 305 340 540 p m i
Leave BeckB daily 830 U25 a m 200 t
235 330 525 725 p m t
Leave Salt Lake Sunday 810 1040 a m
140 220 305 340 540 p m
Leave Becks Sunday 1025 a m 1225
235 320 405 525 725 p m
Round Trip to Deck Including I
Path J5 Cents Children 23 Cent
U W EARLY Pass Agent
SIMON BA3IBEUGER
General Manager I
STR01 GAGAI1TI New Life New Strength
ohitufluflultIti New Vigor
THE ANAPHRODISIC
From PROF DR RICORD of Paris is
the only remedy for restoring strength
under guarantee and vlll bring back
your lost powers and stop forever the
dangerous drains on your system They
act quickly create a healthy digestion
pure rich blood firm muscles rugged
strength steady nerves and clear brain
Imported direct from Paris Price per
box directions enclosed 250 For sale
by all respectable druggists allM or To
ders from any person shall receive J
prompt attention Dr V Condory Agt
and Manager for U S A 4GO Quincy
Biap Chicago Ill
NELDENJUDSON DRUG CO SuIt
Distributors for Utah

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