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r 14 THE SALT LAKE HEBALIF SUNDAY OCTOBER 31 188 6SIXTEEN PAGES I
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U The most durable Machine on earthmade of the best Bessemer Steel Casehardened < and Malleable Iron Castings
jrovided for taking up lost motion caused by wear at every point of bearing
21 These Machines have been run at the rate of 1500 stitches a minute for over three years by steam power without
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i OJE9AND LO T3 FOR SALE IN ALL
HOUSES of theCity
I i Houses and Lots forsale cheap for cash
Houses and Lots forsale on easy terms
i L 1 Houses and Lots for sale on Instalment
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Money to Loan in any amount on good
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i Houses Rented and Rents Collected
I Bills Collected for parties living out of the
i City Territory Notary Public
I Farms and Ranches for saTe or exchange
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f il Iroker Employment Office
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S4 E SECOND SOUTH STREET
IIlk II In A J Whites Office
I tl I Special care e ercie M ed in supplying good
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II I Dr E PI Steinhart
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FORKE2 PVSTKEB OF
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I No 2G1 Main Street
t posite Overland House in Union Block
I Room No 1 First Floor
I UB be consulted daily from 9 oclock to 12
1 clock m and from to 5 oclock pm
Sundays from lea m to 12 m He has had
t iwenty2ve years experience in the special
1 I treatment of allVenerealSexual and Chronic
I Diseases and guarantees to cure all Urinarv
4 Biseases Syphilitic and Mercurial tions
I ef the Throat Skin or Bones NERVOUS DE
4 i a t BILITY Impoteucy and Loss of Manhood Ex
r t Q kausted Vitality Sqminal Weakness Sner
4 aaatorrhoea Paralysis and all the terrible
I I effects of Self Abuse youthful follies and
f excesses in mature years Nocturnal Emis
l i t sions the effects of which are various mad
= t den in and destructive to both body and
L mind and unless cured will terminate
1 r I t fatally The presence of the disease causes
a continual consciousness of a sow and
t gradual decay of all the power of body and
t mind vritfaloss CK manly power and vigor
t defective memory heart affections loss of
I i I sight noises ia the head and ears confusion
excessive
of idea aversion to society
t i i m ration trembling of the hands and limbs
consumption marasmus and ultimate de
I z wwigeinent of the mind The will power
becomes Fo weak that the person eems to
1 lose control of himself and cannot look oue
square in the face It also sauses Dyspepsia
and Indignation with Heart anl Kiiaej
Jiceace
C ii6Ulta4oa at the office is FREE and
icvlted Thorough examination and advice
inept ius aaalvjisof urine l > All ccrres
poI 4ejc sTictj confidential
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President Vice President sec and Tr as
John H Smith Orson H Pettit W N Williams
F > iractnr Directors
1 M Lynan W N Williams
V U Cannon John H Smith
r R Cutler H H Rolapp
3 R Marks S P Neve
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Annonnoe to the General Public that
they are receiving
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Direct from the Largest and Best Factories In the United States of the following
lines of HOUSEHOLD GOODS all Styler and Prices
CHAMBER SUITS PARLOR SUITS
Easy Chairs and Rockers
RATTAN GOODS PARLOR BED LOUNGES
Ingle Lounges Settees Sofas Otto
mans Baby Carriages Etc
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Lace Curtains Window Blinds
WALNUT OffAIRS AND ROOKERS
Bent Wood Chairs and Rockers
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WE A BE ht DER IIND RSOLIS
S R MARKS General SuDt
ON THE NIGHT SHIFT
A Peculiar Story as Told by a Train
Dispatcher
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Several years ago I waa employed as
train dispatcher on a Southwestern
American railroad As I usual there
were three of us in the office I had
what is called the second trick my
hours of dutv being from 4 pm to 12
pm The third man Charlie Burns
who came on at midnight and worked
tillS pm was a particular friend of
mine He was a youne man of high
character a fine dispatcher and very
popular and when during the burning
days of July it became known among
the men that he was confined to his
room by a severe attack of malignait
fever rdany were the expressions of
regret and the hope for his speedy re
covery
During the trying days of Charlies
illness I spent all the time I could spare
by his side but on account of his ab
sence from the office it was necessary
for the remaining two of as te double
up that is work twelve hours each
my watch being from 8 1m to S am
I came on duty one evening feeling
very bad The weather was so warm I
could not sleep well in the daytime be
sides I had spent a considerable part
of the day with Charlie whose illness
had note reached a critical stage and
deemed to shoW little prospect of im
provement
Hence as you may imagine I was
not all pleased to find that I was likely
to have a busy night of it A wreck on
the road during the day had thrown all
the regular trains off time and besides
the usual number of special freights
there was a special passenger tram to I
leave Linwood the eastern terminus of i
our division at 11 pm with a large I
party of excursionists returnin j from a i
picnic For several hours I had my
hands full There was a special train I i
of livestock bound cast which had to be
kept moving but was being delayed by
hot journals nevertheless I hoped to
get them into Linwood before the ex
curaion train started west I
Aa usually happens in such cases the
excursion train did not get ready to I
leave on tirae and it was 1140 p m
when they reported for orders at Lin
wood I tired up tneir orders got the
report of their departure from Linwood
at 1145 and entered it on the train
sheet Then having for the first time I
that night a few minutes breathing
time I rose from the table and + went
over and seated myself by the window
where it was cooler than under the
beated gasjets over the table I was
atone in the office and as I sat there
enjoying the cool breeze which came in
through the open window a neighbor
ing church clock rang out the hour of
12 from force of habit I glanced at
tne door almost expecting to hear
Charlies light footstep on the stair
and see the door open to admit him as
of old
Poor fellow I thought it will be
a long time before he enters that door
again if he ever does Just at the
last stroke of 12 and while my eyes
were still fixed on the door it opened
and Charle Burns entered My aston
ishment may be imagined better than I
can describe it My first thought was
that in the delirium of fear he had es
caped from his nurses and made his
way to the office but when I left him a
few hours before I could not have be
lieved that he had strength to get out
of bed I sat and watched him in
speechless surprise which was increased
by his strange manner
Instead or his usual hearty greeting
he took no notice of me at all but
walked directly to the table and sat
down Placiug his hand upon the key
hs began calling Q which was the
signal for Elm Grove the first Sation
six miles west of Linwood I I Q
came the response Put out signal
for special passenger west and copy
Eo Bo Ds + rang out the
sounder with Charlies nimble fingers
uponthe key IoRo was the call for
Koseuale the second station from Lin
wood eight miles west of Elm Grove
I I Ro II came back the answer
Is special east coming Ds
Then as I sat by the window as one
paralyzed the awful truth flashed across
my mind I had overlooked the stock
train thundering eastward twenty
miles an hour and made no provision
for its meeting the excursion train My
blood seemed turned to ice as I heard
the reply
They are at the switch Ro
Anotner minuteJ and it would have
been too late
Still apparently oblivious of my
presence Charlie reached for the order
book with his left hand while his righ
conunuea 10 manipulate tne Key ana
I heard the sounder click
Out signal and copy Ds
Order No 734
To C and E Eng 54 Ro
C and E Eng 19 0
Special east eng 34 will take siding
and meet special west eng 19 at Rose
dale 12 J W M
Quick as a flash came back the
response from each station and in less
time than it takes me to write it the
order had been repeated and signed by
the conductor ana engineer of each
train while Charlie copied it into the
order book and returned his 0 K
Then as I realized that I was saved
and a great disaster averted the revul
sion of feeling was too much for my
overstrained nerves and I lost con
sciousness i
An hour later I was awakened by a
familiar voice and looked up to find
Frank Dwyer one of our conductors
who had volunteered to watch that
night with Charlie standing over m
akeup old man said he have
baa news for you Charlie died just j as
the clock was striking 12 I
I roused myself and went to the
table There on the order book was the
order just as 1 had heard it clicked out
by the sounder and Rq was calling j I
me to report the two trains safely by I
Had I been dreaming and sent e order
in my sleep or had my friend redeemed I
his promise
The writing in the order book was in I
his hand and I have never been able
to account for it Detroit Free Press
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THE TALLEST TOWEL Ii i
The Marvelous Monument To Be
Erected in the Champ De 1 j
Mars Paris
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A collossal tower 1000 feet in height
will be not only the principal attraction j
of the Exposition but the most daring
work ever undertaken by any engineer
The pyramids of Egypt St Peters
the Washington Monument all the e
wonderful elevations will seem the work
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of dwarfs beside this massive iron eon
struction on whose summit wLl float
the French flag This tower consists of
four iron pyramids placed 300 feet one
from the other each pyramid being 50
feet square at the base and 16 feet
square
At the first story 250 feet above the
ground these pyramids are united by a
glasscovered gallery50 feet wide which
makes the tour of the construction
This gallery will be used for soirees etc
At the second story is a room 100 feet
square covered by glass
At the summit is a cupola with an
exterior balcony There will be placed
the electrical apparatus destined to
light the Exposition Each pyramid
will have an elevator constructed in the
same manner as the Swiss railroads
It is startling to think of an elevator
taking one seven times as nigh as the
Column Vendome but there will be no
danger
The elevator will be drawn by a cable
but steel grappling hooks are to be
arranged in such a manner that if the
cable breaks the elevator will remain
suspended There has never been an
accident on the Righi and M Eiffel
who is the originator of this stupendous
scheme says his elevator will be even
more secure than any vet constructed
A vertical elevator will also take pas
sengers from the central point to the
summit of the tower When at the top
we can admire the night Paris and thn
millions of lights
In pleasant weather we can see the
most splendid panorama that human
thought can imagine Above the hills
which with their green foliage surround
Paris we shall have a view of over one
hundred miles We shall see Com
iegneRheimsFontainebleanChartres
Dreux Creil the villages lost in the
I woods and the rivers trailing their sil
ver ribbons across the valleys
But this metallic tower will not be
built expressly for the curious it will
render service to science In the cupola
will be installed telescopes pluviom
eters anemometers etc Astronomical
and meteorological observations will be
made under new conditions and experi
ments which have heretofore been
impossible can for the first time be
attempted Atmospheric electricitythe
velocity of the wind the transparency
of the air Foucaults experiment to
prove that the earth revolves all can be
studied
Spectroscopes for analysis of the
light of the sun and stars will be placed
under the dome A study equally in
teresting will be that of the variation of
temperature with altitude For the
public a very strange sight will be the
effect of lightning and the deviation of a
falling body
The tower will be surrounded by a
li htninb rod but in itself the tower
will form an immense lischtningrod by
which will descend formidable quanti
ties of electricity In a thunderstorm
everone in the tower will be struck by
lightning although unconscious of and
receiving no injury from this electric
shock I
I When the night is black with elonds
from the foot of the tower one can see a
continuous sparkling fall of lightning
To produce that effect a lightning rod
+ will be placed on the summit of the
tower and the conductor will be inter i
rupted for the space of two yards The i
ligutning will thus jump from one sec
tion to another with continual explo
sions
At the base of the tower on immense
blocks of marble inscriptions recalling i
the history of the century will be
engraved in guilded letters There will
be tound extracts from the U Declara
I tion of the Rights of Men the names
of illustrious Republics etc
I The weight of this tower will not be
greater than 7000 tons almost enough
iron to make a railroad from Pans to
I Saint Germain by way of Versailes
I The cost will be about 1000000 but
the inventor of this gigantic work asks
only the admission fees for ten years to
pay all the expenses of the builamg
Chicago Times
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I I dont see observed Boggs as he
leaned back in his chair how any man
of sense can be led to embezzle 50000
or 100000 and skip the country He
I is disgraced his future ruined and
what good can the money do him
I You dont take the right view of it
remarked Stebbins
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1 The idea my dear sir is to settle
for half the sum stolen and return home
to be looked upon as a smart man and
reelected president of a rival institu
tion = Wall St News
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I TRA VELERS GUIDE
When to Start and Time of Ar
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UTAH CENTRAL RAILWAY
Trains Nos 1 and 2
Southward I i Stations Northward
Lv 600pmLOgden Arr 930am
Lv 620pmSummitLv 910am
Lv 6 40p in KaysvilleILv S 50 am
Lv 6 MpmFarmmtonILv i 886 am
Lv 711 p mWoods Cross Lv st9am
Au l30pmlsaltLake Lv 800am
Lv 7 20 amt Arr 640pm
Lv 740 amiFranck1 i Lv 620pp
Lv 747 Lovendanls Lv 613 pm
Lv 758 ami Sandy Lv 602pm
Lv 809am Draper Lv 551pm
Lv 840amLehiJunct LT 520pm
Lv 865amiAm Fork Lv 505pm
Air935am Provo Lv425pa
Lv95Oam I Arr410pm
Lv1O1Bami panishForkLv342pm
Lv10 54 a miSantaquin jLv 306 pm
Lvl145 ami 1tQphl iLv 215 pm
Ar12LOpml Juab I Lv 140pm
Lv 100pmj An l00pm
Lv 250pmLLcmingttln Lv1119am
Lv 4 2SpmiDeser et Lv 9 35 am
Lv 72OpmiBlackRoek Lv 640am
Ls 8 30 pmMll ford Lv 530am
ArrlOl5 pmFrfsco Lv 4 CO am
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UTAH CENTRAL RAILWAY
Trains Nos 7 and 8
Going South j Stations j Going North
Lv 955am Ogden Ar 530Dm
Lv l010amiHonper Lv55pm
Lv1015 a mSummit Lv 510 pm
iLv10ZiamKaysCreek Lv 45S pin
Lv amLKaysnlle Lv 450pm
Lv 1049 a mLFarmington Lv 436 pm
Lv1058amiCentreville Lv 4 Z 7 pm
Lv 10 06 amiWoods Cross Lv 419pm
Ar 1125amiSaltLake Lv 400pm
UTAH b NEVADA RAILWAY
Going West r I Stations f GoingEast
Lv S 10am Salt take Ar 313pm
Lr O 35 aini Garfield Lv J ° ipin
Lv 45 am Lakepoint L 210 P
Lv 1 05 mil W House Lv 150pm
Lv p am looele Lv 20pm
Ar 1110amTerminns Lv 124 > pm
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UNION PACIFIC RAILWAY
From East j Stations
Going
East
Arr7 30pmLSaltLake
Lv 6 10pm e Dep 800 ant
Art 5 40pm i Ogden Arr 915 ant
Lv 26pm Uintah I Dep10 Wam
Lv5 00pm PetersonID p 104Sam
Lv443pm A fc AOVAA fe 1045 aIn
Lv 410pmLEcho Weber iDep UOOam
Lv3 4Opm Castle Dep 1140am
CastleRockDep
Lv3lOpmWasatch Dep pL 20 Pm
Lv 245pm 51Pnt
Arr 2 29pm i Evanston iiArr l a 111 > 11
Lv148pm HilliardB8p ep > 135p111
Tfv1O5pmPledmont rDep ep 210P111
iv 104oam Gjangeri > 250pm
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9 20tmi Dep 1240am
lrr9 05pm Laramie JDepX 1Arr 655am
Lv 6 10 mi 720am
Lv610pm Arrl
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lrr5 40pm Dep10a
Iiv8 2O mOmahaI IDepll IJ aIn
829pm Omaha ATT 750
750am
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Heal Stations I
Trains will stop at stations marked
only when signaled
UNION PACIFIC RAILWAY
Echo and Park City Branch
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Westward Stations J Eastward M
Ar 9 4S amL Ogden Lv 600pm
Lv 8WamEcho jir 730mn PIn
Lv 7 15am ParkCIty tLy 854pm
CENTRAL PACIFIC RAILWAY
From West = Stations j Going Wes
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Arr 755 amiOgden Lv 600pai
Lv 780amBonnevill8iLv 625pm
i Brigham
Lv 652ami Corimte Lv 705JIn
LT 615 am hue Creek Lv 750pIn
Lv b 48 amiPromontoryLv 8S5PIn
LT 355ami8elton rv1025ps
Lv 225 amTerrace T122Oam
LT 7 35 P m Elko Lv 757 are
Lv 646 P mPalisade JLy SJ 25 am
Lv S bO p mBattle MountlLvll17 era
Lv 14SpmiW1anemucooLv 11J5p11
LT T 00 g mi BenoLv 840 > W
Lv 450 amlrt1okeeILvn h
LTn 25 p mi CoHax ILv 410 att
Lv735pmi Saemto iArr700am
Air 765pmd lArr I al1
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Lv 8 28pmioak1ank PferILv10 43 am
LT 800pmSan Franseo ArrUWam
DENVER d RIO GRANDE RAILWAY
Westward etRU01lS I Eastward
Art 600P mi Ogden LT 945am
LT 525 pmKaysvilleILvl0 20 aII1
LT 617pm Farm n on Lv14Tiam
Lv503pmWooda BCro8Lvl0 am
Arr 4 S5 P m Salt Lake Lylo 5e a JIl
Lv 4 45 p mil lrArrlllOam
Lv 413pmi lnghamJnLTn sa am
Lv S 32 p mLob Lv 121pm
Lv 2S5pm Provo rr 10Spm
An 265 pmj 1 j LT1245 pm
Lv 1 SO pmt Thistle Lv 150pm
LT 110pm ClearCreekJLv 2SOpm
Lv1220 pmiPVJnnct1ouLv B 45 pa
Arr 800am I GreenEr Lr755pm
Lv S05am S 1Arr745pm
Lv552amGisco Lv100dpm
Lv 3 S5 a m Grand June Lv1230am
Lv 74 a mDenve3 Arr 915pm
Northward Bingham Br Southward
Arr 425pmLSaltLaKe Lv 725am
Lv iOOpmBingJunc T755am
LT 81Opm1bingham An 910am
Alfa Branch
Arr 355 pmLBing June Lv 800am
Lv 340pmSandy Lv S108JI1
Lv360pmWasatch Lt 850am i
Lv 200 pmjA1ta AIr12 06 pm
t p V Branch
rr12 05 pm P V Jnne Lv 400 pEl
Lv1045amLSCofield Lv525pm
Lv ami MndCreek AIr pm
SAPETE TALLERAILWAY
Southward Stations Northward
Lv 1145am Nephl Arr104Oam
Lv 100pm Fountain GR DY 940am
Lv 155pm Moronl Lv 840am
An 210 pm Chester Lv 825 am
OREGON SHORT LINE
Going West StatOJ1B GoiBg East I
Lvul03Gam Granger Ar 440pm
Lv12 p m Twin Crek AI S CO P m
Lv 150pm Cokeyille Ar 130pm
Ar 310nm Lv12 mam
Lv 350pm hiot p sirs l ArU41am
Lv 425 P mt oda Springs Ar10 4S am
Lv 6 o8pmMcCammon Ar 855 am
Ar 7 O5 p m LT 810am
Pocatello
Lv 7 40pm M 745 vm
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Ar121S amtBhoshoe Lv 335 am
Lv 145 ami Ar 306 am
Lv 534am Caldwell A 904pIX
Ar V 00 am Huntington LT 600pm
SALT LAKE d WESTERN RAILWAY
Going West Stations Going Bast
Lv 845am Lehi June Ar 515pm
LT 945am Cedar Fort AS 410pm
Lvl02Oam 5 milePsss 340p < m
rw 10 50 am Rush Valley Ar 31fJpm
LvU35am Doremus Xr 235pm
Lv114Sam Bolter Sum Ar 22Spm
u 1205pm Ironton Lv 146pm
Lv1210pm eo Ironton Ar105pm
Ar1230pm Silver City Lv1250pm
UTAH NORTHERN RAILWAY
From North Stations Going North
An 4150 PID Ogden Lv 18 35 am
prings UOam
Lv 4 23pm HotSprJ
Lv 408pPm WillardLyU15am
Lv 3 50 Pm Brigham Lv1138 am
Lv ZOO pm l AIr 14 Pm
Logan 1 200T > m
ArT 140pm i Lz p
Lv1210pm Franklin Lv 255pm
Lv 92am McCammon Lv 546pm
Lv 825am I rr 725pn
Pocatello I Lrr M < >
Arr720am i L Y I 7U p Ja
Lv 641tm Blackfoot Lv 8 32 pm
Lv 535 am EagleRock Lv 94pm
Lv 215am BeaverCan Lv Mara
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Lv 950 pm Dillon iLv
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Lv 600pm Shyer Bow
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Lv510pm I Stuart Br I
Lvll 15 a m
An 400 p m
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Deer Lodge LV
Lv 24 pm
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Lv f15pm Garrison Arr1250aJn
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440 Anaconda AIrn
Ly 4 40 pm
Lv 535 P m Butte spa
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UTAH NORTH N RAILWAY
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