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Lincoln County Record.
FRIDAY, APR 22 191M. rsuhshaU Srj Fr4ily 8j H:cord Publishing Coinpanj, C. VV. UHK180N, LHAUKM. orrtoii ma-'i.'Uc seti.niau... bAOODR Willi, Terms: eeertul on. One Tssr,i Hell 811 Months, " AdTertiUbe: nM fvralaned upon application M tkeomoe. faltered t tne "netomeelst Pioche, Urnli, seend- lis tititr. delivered by Carrier at 50 o-mfit per Month. 'MfpC. E. Rives wishes to an nounce that abe will do dress-making after May 1st, at very reason able rate. Benj Sanders left for Salt Lake Monday to attend to some legal business connected with the bold up case that occurred in Caliente sorae time ago. Miss Eva Cannon of St. George, Utah, who baa been teaching school at Lund, Nevada wus a passenger On Wednesday stage for Caliente. Mr. C. P. Brooks of Salt Lake City made trip out to the Ida May mines to complete some surveying. Mr. Brooks left for Salt Lake Wed nesday. ' Smith and Palmer who are work ing one of the Welland claims hnve uncovered what they believe to be a large body of ore. A few snore days work will be necessary to tell the extent of it. ' Mr. C. U. Schew of the Houorine mine at Stockton, Utah arrived last night to meet Prof J. V. Brooks when they will visit Mr. Brooks mines 15 miles south, of Pioclie with a view of putting on a force of men. Deputy State Controller Doaw who was sent out by the State Revenue Board to consult with the County officials in regards to settle ments with the State departed Mon day for White Pine, Eureka and Humboldt counties. Prof. J. V. Brooks returned from Friburg with 200 pounds of samples taken from his properties which were at once forwarded to Salt Lake City. Mr. Brooks has a sample that he claims curries a high percentage of radium. Harry Lawry as up from Patmou the fore part of the week. H'irry wore a smile on hi faoH the size of a Kentucky sunflower, the upcnmnn being the arrival at his lumie in P.flniii tt a 1-wiiinrtimT lviv. fiitlier and child doint,' nicely. The last issue of the Salt LuKu Mining Review enterod on its sixth year of it life. Five years ago the Mining Review started out with a twenty page paper and at the pre sent time it is a forty-eight pager and with Mr. Higgins aa editor the paper will continue to grow each year. Henry Eiler dirnippenred from town yeaterday and after much in quiry it was found that he bad gone to Panaca to spend a few ' drys. Henry's suspicious manner make the rest of the young fellows uneasy as they feel that he is Btealing a march on 'hem. " From telegraphic advices it was learned h few days ago that some of the ore that was reeently struck in in . tit- of th claims belonging to the Pipcbe-Neysda Consolidated Mg Co., at West Point assayed 880 o-incea in silver $25.00 in gold and 4(inerceut lead per ton. Some verv systemutio development work is beig done by that company and the results are very pratifiying. Last night the Editor was awak-etx-d fioMi his peaceful slumbers by a wrap t the door. After rubbing bis eves and making sure he was awuke he opened the door and to bis surprise found a basket hanging on the doof knob. A faint cry en. mated from the basket and aa b inriMd back the shawl he found ntt a uring bottle filled with milk Forth"? breathless investi gation revealed a tiny kitten with the following written on a card which was tied to the kittens neck, Forsakeu, Please give her a home." Since the Editor gave bis laat dollar to the Salvatn.ii Army be finds it hard to Uep himself supplied with borne without raising every found ling cat. TUshiveriug editor uot being robed iu bis North Poll tthes threw tbe cat and basket ver the buck keeping the bottle for a souvenir and th."CstsmBftk." The wedding dance given at ' Eagle Valley lust Friday evening j inhouor of Wm. Hollinijer aud , wife was a grand success iu every j respect. The Davis Bros of ray luy furnished some excellent music. Tbe uierrygdauceia which consisted of tbe largest crowd that has attend ed a dunce iu Eagle Valle) for some time, started to dauue at 9:30 o'clock aud danced until the following morning at 6 o'clock. Tb aui round ing places were well rprenUd the followiug Piochers were in at tendance, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Marl. Mr. and Mrs. Jas A. Ntsi.m. Mrs fi. F. Freudeutbal, MUses Laura Garrison and Evu liulse, Messrs Beuj .Sanders, Wm Clark, Henry Lee, James Cliue, Roy Oir, John Boeder and C. W. Garrison. It is reported that tbe Raymond Ely West will start on the first of next month. It in proposed to work their ground through an old shaft belonging to the P. C. Co., which shaft has a depth of S00 feet and is 200 feet from the ground to be worked. By cross-cutting it is ex pi cted that they will encounter the famous Raymond-Elf black ledge and that the values will he higher than at tbe water level wLere the ore carries a good deal of zinc. A gasoline hoist will probably be placed at the shaft. At the Id-i May mine at Jackrub bit it is expected that the tunnel will reach the shaft sometime this week. Tho face of the drift is spotted with ore and before many ilnys the mines will be placed on the Hat of producers again. Last year a number of cars of ore were shipped from the mines, but Owing to the bad air and natural disadvant ages of the country it was found necessary to tap the ore olmte with a tunnel. A lawyer in a courtroom may call a man a liar, scoundrel, villian or thief aud no one makes a complaint when court adjorueds. If a news paper prints such reflections on a man's character there is a Jible or a dead editor. This is owning to the fact that people believe what an editor says; what a lawyer says out no figure. "1 tell you," said the man with the corned face, "there is to much freedom of the press in this country. I'm in favor of havin' the t ditors chucked into jail and their mach inery broke. Its got so a man had't even throw his wife downstairs any more without havin' the seiirtation ul sheets give a picture of the spot where she struck. The outrage has trot to be stopped." If you want an esy way to wash windows, use Bon Ami. You can 'et ii at Thompson's. Ben. Cavigilia returned Tuesday :lfter a trip to Reno and TonopaL E'ko's County CommHtiouei's law appropriated $200 for Nevada's . xiiilm at the World's F iir. I'liper have been filed in the vie of Nye couuty vs. Wm. Enger to oiiKt him from the position of County Clerk on the ground that he i- in t n citizen- A populutiuu of six thousand is predicted for Fallon, Churchill miiuty, wheu the national irriga tion system is completed iu that ction. It in told of a newly married i upl" nf u western Colorado county in a iiieiiig their wedding present was a piece of crockery that was new to them and concluding that it must be a sugar bowl, they utilized it for that purpose until a friend laughingly explained to them that it w.is not intuuilod for such use. It was a Jordiuiere. Denver Post. In Eureka County a oourious case is being tried by a jury in the justice court. Dr. C. C. Gordon is suing J udge Peter Breen for $299 for pro fessional services, rendered. Bieen not only denies services but he asks damages for $209 for malpractice etc Defendant claims that the doctor stated that the ailing child did not have scarlet fever,' and us a result it was coumunicnteil to othes members of the family and in fact was scarlet fever. A special dispatch from Carson to The Silver State received at 3;30 this afternoon Bay: Liuderman, one of the four murderers of Pat rick Welch has confessed. He ack nowledges the crime was committed by the accused, but moaintaiux' that tbe actual killing was done by J. P. Sevner and T. F. Gorman. Linder man, alias Williams, made his con fessed to the otticnla of the prison. Ti most dasiordly murder of the lain in thus to be evidence of KUilt wilt amount to naught. The accused are T. F. Gorman, Fred Roberts, J. P. Sevener snd Frank Williams. All are under sentence ot death. REPUBLICANS IN CONVENTION. The Republican State Convention to elect i. leg.ites to the National Convention whs held ut Virgiuia City on Tuesday and is repotted to hnve been th largest Republican Convention in Nevada in ten years. Tue gathering was called together by Chairman Mills of tbe State I i-iilral Committee. Senator W illiams of Churchill County was u Minitnously elected Chairman and accepted the honor in a brief speech Other tfficers and Committees were appointed and a short recess in takeu. On reassembling the reports of the committees were read a .l adopted. A platform was also ited. It urges the nomination i f Theodore Roosevelt for President ex'- nds the hand of fellowship to It j nblicutis in Nevada returning lo . eir party; eoimnei d President Iv .i-i-Vflt in Ins administration anil lo- action on the Panama Canal u ii iiii: denounces the vo'e of ; i-i.:itor Newlaml ..'iguimt the I', n. .ma Canal rreaty; commends the ; i Kent N 'tiotiul administration's . fl'ort to limit the Trusts, and dwells i iM.n the niomentiioiiH importance of the National Irrigation System to the entire West. Under the head of "Communica tion"," Oacar J. Smith of Washoe advanced to the platform and said: 'I have the honor to be delegated toroMvl the following dispatch dated Washington, D. C, April 12, 1904: "Hon. George S. Nixon. 'Tleaae announce to the Conven tion that I will not be a candidate for reelection to aucceed myself. William M. Stewart. Mr. Smith paid a brief tribute to H-nator Stewart for his long and iible services in the Senate from Ne vada, extenoii. over a period of forty years, which was met with ap plause. He then said: "It is signi ficant of the trend t Republican tiiought that tins ilinpntcli should have been address, d U. Hou. Geo. S. Nixon. I am persuaded that the majority of this Convention and of the Republicans of the State ure favorable to the oandidacy of Nixon for the exalted office of Senator about to be made vacant. I, there' fore, propos three cheers for Geo. S. Nixon." The cheers were given with great enthusiasm and the selection of delegates and alternates ' wus then proceeded with, resulting as follows Delegates P. L. Flannigau, Washoe Couuty; E. S. Farrington, Elko; F. R. McNamee, Lincoln; S. Lee, Ormsby, R. S. Meacham, Storey; B. Reymers, Lyon. The politician is my shepherd. I shall not want any good thing while the oampaign lasts. He leadoth me iu the saloon for my vote's sake. He lilleth my pocket with good cigars; my glass of beer runneth over. He prepareth my ba'lot for me in the presence of my better judgment. Yes, though I walk through the dust or the mud to vote for him and shout myself hoarse when he is elected, straightway he forgettetb mo. Lo, when I meet bim in his own office, be knowetii me uot. Surely the wool hath been pulled ovur mine eyes all the d iys of my Via, and shall dwell in the house of (lie simpleton forever. Ovserver. She Had Them All. hen little Nell was one year old She had a dose of cmIIc; 'Twas several days again before She cared for fun or frolic. She next had whooping cough aud whooped With zeal and animation, U.i til the neighbors all arouud Were dowu with nerve prestation. The measles, mumps and chickeupox Came tl en in quick succession: And scarlet fover followed close To join the grim procession. You ask if this is all she's u id 1 should now meutiou, maybe; Last year she had a honeymoon And now she has a buby. Exchange. FOR SALE, A spring of water, bouse, stable, sud corrals known as Pouy Spriugs situtated about 35 miles from Ptoche ou the road to Geyser and Ely, will be 8 )ld obeap. For Particulars Iu qire of Mrs. J . Peaslee, Pioche, Nevada. Conference Rates to Salt LaKe. For Mormon Conference ttie S, P.. L. A. & S. L. Railroad Co. will sell tickets; Calieutes to Salt Lake City, April 1st to 6th, 1904 inclusive j . . a a a on ai a ' at ruieoi n.oo ior tue ruuiia trip, tiokets good returning until April, 16th, 1904. C. 11. Smith.Agt. NEVY-TO-DAY Notice for Publication. TIMBKB LAND, ACT JUNK I, W. Hulled Bute Unit offlo, 0rn Oily, N d, April ID h 1904. NOncKISHEHKBr GIVEN THAT IN COM. plluo with iba pioTUloni of thoto Oongraw of JauHrJ.W7,nlltlJ" n wl lor UM ul ot Ua.br lodi In Htt of L'lifraU. Oregon, N.ti(, ud WuulDgtno rerrtiory," u Mteudwl to ll Ibt rnblie Ltnd butrn by ol of Ausual th lWJ, TIM tu Pdro, Lor Augtlo A Silt htk Ball.' roadOompinj, A ourpuratioo ol tbe suta of Utah baa tbla da; Bled iu itaia ulSca ita mora utement Mo is P t ibe puccbaa of tbe 9 It S I It A B It of S W qtrof Section Mo 10 in Townablp So a Sooth, lunge T K M. I. M, and will offer proof to abow tbat tba laud aougbt la more valuable for Ha atone than for afrlculiural purpoa. (and lo ee'abiiab ita claim to a""1 'A"4 befoia tb S ulateraod H(tvrof ihl.omoaat Caraon Oitj, Nevada on Tuesday, tba 37 lb daj of June lime. II naves aa witonana: nieh.rd K. Urown or -all Lake City, Utah, gdwaro W. Ulark of Oaiientea, Nevada CharleaOulverwell of Calteutaa, N Trade hvutj It. McCartney of ball Lake Oily, Utah Any and all persona claim! d adversely tba above leacrlbed laud a are requevted to file their claims In tbiaodloa on or before aaid HI day of Jane 1904. 0. H. 01X1)1, Regietar. Data .if first publication April Nib Hut Quarterly Statement. Quarterly Statement of the Re. ceipts and Payments of the Teasury of Lincoln Couuty, for the Quarter ending Mar blst, A. D. 1904. Sal. Oaah n band Janaarylet .A D l0...f'J30.W KK0K1PT4. To General Llcenaea VSI0 111 Gaming Licensee ..ftll DO Offlclal Fnrs 608 US AMeamjia Cuinmleaioi: V5 10 Pull Tax per Aaeeaament Boll. . . 8 60 Delinquent Poll Tax 0 DO Delinquent Tax MH Penalty and Internal lie 60 Adrertialng 133 CO State Scbool Money 0779 16 Justice Fine at no Honey from Estate ll 1 Bulll m Tax 11X8 97 Personal property tax Utt 88 $1755 67 $31777 6T PAYMENTS, Dlntrlcl JuJgea Fund I61 00 salary Fund StUl 08 State Fund 0476 7 Contingent Fund U5 85 General County Fond 341 11 Indigent Fund 2577 04 '.'urrent Expense Fund 6S 77 Jury Fuuil 831 00 Inters, Fund 1130 00 school Fund "" 37 30 Kirs Fund Bunkerrtlle Ho ad Fund Deleuar Town Fund Eagle Vallev Hoed Fund beerlodge Boad Fund ... 6 86 1 110 00 ...17 16 ...17 00 .. 18 00 Spring Valley Road Fund 18 00 Panaca Boad Fund 16 00 Ptoobe Boad Fund 10 60 DeLainer Bord Fund 60 00 Vugan Boad Fuud 16.00 lluukemlls Special Scbool Fund .-467 80 Searcbllgat Special Jcbool Fund... 414 04 11A133 78 From tbe School Fonda 16773 1i Oaah on band Apr la, wot 814470 i7 S37777 67 CONDITION OFTHE FUNDS, Apr. 1, 1804, Diatriot Judges Fund J41 60 Blate Fund 3463 61 Oeriral County Fund 1351 8V OonUugent Fund 843 83 Indigent Fond 181 10 scbool Fund 861 47 Current Expense Fund 166 80 Jury Fund 358 04 Iulerest Fund 837 01 Salary fund 680 37 t ire Fund 78 81 Oe Lamar Town Fund 61 47 BunksrrUls Boad Diatriot No 1 86 Piocns noed District Mo 3 lot 77 Panaca Bond Oi 1 lot No 8 47 0T virgin Boad land Ill 60 DeLamar boad Fond ....646 37 Kagla Valley ttoad Fund 1 16 Virgin Boad riatrlotNoa ltl 60 DeLamar Boad Diatriot No 8 646 87 KagleVslley Boad District No 6 1 18 Deerlodge Boad Llairiol No 7 86 36 Spring Valley Boad Utsiriut ito 8 -. 1 00 .leercbllght Boad District No B ,833 40 Good Sprlug Boad Diatriot No 10 43 80 Searchlight special School Fund 36u,16 1781$ 03 SCHOOL PAYMENTS. Plocba District No 1 363 10 bullioOTllls District No3 346 60 Panaca Dls't No.S WJ8 30 Clover Valiey Dlt'tNo 4 160 36 Virgin Dls't No6 ...416 00 Kagls Valley Dla.t No 6 lull 30 Vsb Springe Dla't No 7 160 oil Pabranasiat.ula.t No 8...... 160 00 spring Valley Dls't No 63 00 fiunaervtlie Dia'l Nolo 836 06 Ot Joseph Dia't No 11 181 80 Uutiouwoud Dls't .no 13 .....1B0 00 at Tbutuas Dls't No 14 i6 60 aloai aDls't No 11 301 65 Dutou Flat Dia'l Nj16 3u0 09 aiuarDls'l Do 18 (19 83 aleadow Valley Wean No id I3i 00 Deariodge Dia't No 30 1M 00 Mosqulte Dls't No 31 406 36 Hlao Dia'l no i3 160 00 searchluni Dla't tiu 33 36i 68 Bauud Ue, Dlst No it 137 60 biewarl Diat No 38 188 36 Bed Book Jla't Ng it 165 00 Kionard Dia'l No 37 165 uo $6173 72 ..$471 04 ..UM W ..309 63 ..303 75 ..loJ 36 ...3o0 3 ..10 03 i..0 70 . . J 66 ...731 uK ..li id . . 14a 81 . . 6U 56 ...til 13 ...iMi i6 . .j 'll INI ...1107 ..il 30 ..KM 08 ...361 U ..163 88 ...370 76 ..871 60 ..133 M ..V60 3I ..143 67 THE SCHOOLS. Plocba Dla't No 1 UulliouTilis Dia l No 3... Panaca Dia'l No 8 Olorar Valley Dla't No 4 VUelu Dls't Nj 5 Jfcegle Valley Dlst No $ Asn nprina dls't fto 7....... WbrunaK it Uls't No a v"l g Vs. IT dia'l No). e iUservtllu dis-t No lu 0. Joe Uls't .tu tl.. .......i Cottonwood Dls't No 13 St Thotuaa dia'l .o 14 .. Moapa die I No 15 Dumb Flat aia't Sn 16 Dvlaaiar Dist No 18..,. Atoeduw Valiej dial No 1 Deariodge di.' i o io Meaquiia dia'l No 31.. , Uiku dia't No u Searobllgbt dla't No 33 , Bound Valley ols't No 34 Slea'art dla't No 06 Bed Uooa dla't No 36 Blcbard Dial No 31 , Highland Dut a . io $6I63 43 j $1170 07 j 1 beiebj certify tbat lbs above Is s t n'l, true and correct a. ateuia 6 'if tue condition of v.ie iunus, Apr lal A.I). 1I4. HtXltY L.i, JAS. A l: Ulf r. Oounty jt ivt i rvannrta. WA.NTED. A girl to do general house work. Uood wages. For particulars inquire 01 Mrs. Henry Welland, Pioche, Nevada. Ood doesn't need us as much as liis childrou do. So let us help them aud let lii'd shift for himself. Bills Allowed. List of claims allowed by the Board of Couuty Commissiouurs at a regular meetiug held Apr 4th, 1904. Sarah Weige M BenJ dandera 60 66 A ruompaou w F 0 Lee 19 'M a j Gordon Henry Lee H I F.Boedar..- M Jake Jobuaon . ...... 136 00 Jobn Swing o 00 JANosbltt H6 66 GeOUBaWjer 36 10 Jaka Johnson 00 A S inouipaon 36 A S 1 bouipaon luuu mm tt 8 75 .. .. 1 36 .. .. I 10 00 Frank Brungaa .' W Mrs Fisua '. 60 Pauses Uomp 9' Lt) Lutooltt tlounty Bei ord 30 60 John KtViug a 60 Plooue water Oo 80 cUhgubuug " llrsalciiuma 10 00 Lets Wb, alley 6U uO W LColtoo.... ; w weal tnton 1 olograph Oo 10 19 FBoauer ' 40 .. . lie oo Jet ANeabtti.'".'.'.'.'.'.'......' 83 w W D Hayu .rd 1,1 J At hud.eus 60 00 a H Lee m U A rr.udeuthal 60 III) J Awag .i 6 110 Huaaacoot 1 0 U.o daw jar 1 00 g .artui Wg Co 16 M i.hsa Ou.Torrtell 0O 16 16 ' ..""t.""! 3S' Bob. Brunea 4 B rl AtuLiwaiii 16 iilt '' A uarllai! oV Oo ' u w alius : ' 10 J ti fea.ua 3 60 W D al.juaid 31 oo J abler 6 16 Ooo Moo 1 J SAlpblu ...86 60 V L wcrUie.uier k ,Oo 0 60 J X. atucboomo '3 0 D O uuuuuiau ...6a 00 .MarUu Johnaou $00 J Lamina 61 00 1, Jam.a A.Nesbiit. County Clark and Ex-, ffioio Ulara, ot the Board of oounty Lowuuealouera of 14nculn Oounvy, State of Neveua ttereliy oattiiy Ibo toregolug to baa true aud correct Hat of claims a.auist said count) allowed by aaid Board on tba above date, J. A. NESBITT, tiara of said Board. lVotice lo Ci-edltois- In the Fourth Judicial District Court of the State of Nevada in and for the County of Lincoln, In.the Hatter of tbe Ls.ale , of Josepn Cook, ) DKeaaet. Notice la horror given fiat the underalirned have bean duly appointed aud quauaid by tbs Fourtb Juurual Dialricl Court of the Stau of Nevada, in And for tba Couuly o Lincoln, aa Aduilnitrstora of tne aetato ol Jjnepb Cook' deceah."' vs' e-.lj C' -nr'y of f.iii-jotu All crefu'.'j.i . f.. $ . i r. fivHilisi ea'ii estate are requited uri-e .re m. e. .tb pr pe vouch ers aru '.a. it-r; .IB . -via oacbed, witb tba Clerk oi said oom .it ib-ee moutbaof tbe drat j i . I? icii mil . fthii. u.i'l.lc Dateo a i. pu'il'.ej 1. - t.i. b .at time Nereoiber 6th I9I..I. Hr-NKV JOoK, T.J, Oiborne. JosKPB MOLLANKOP Atty for aaid Eatata Aitmlnlatratora. OUR & CiiRISTIAK PIOCHE. NEVADA "W me?, Iwlca.ior ixica. cigar:.-;. CV . T .. I- . WHilH. T. -A. . Iji -AS v UVJiN XC I-3 CAN B OPKKT. ALSO 1 Elbe ROUTE. I ngolcs & Salt 1 ako . ailrsad. Yisrie Table. Effective July 8t 1903. Traius ruu daily as follows: 8: li . . i 8:ia " :!.'. " r 8.S.1 " 10.li " 11: IS u. MJ " nun " T:4 "' 8:18 " 8:18 " I t 0allii.lea " L'viida Ar Modfina tt Mi)', ua Ar Mif,.rt Lv Milio.d " Bla. lt Km " Olesr Lake " OaMa Ar Jusb L? JuaB " Mephl Ar liSAp.ni. Lv. it:U a m. ' 11:1(1 " Ar 10: " Ly 1:10 " Ar 8:46 " Lr 8:1U " " a:!t " 2:(XI " " 10:10 p Hi Ar 11:00 "' l.v Id :i Provo 8:Jfl " Plea-sut ir..w 8.-JS A" -.lt L in. Oity " (1:08 Trai llllH iiri'ivir.i; Salt I.h! e make i dirpct c')i)ricctitii for h!I points i f iHt, north n ti rl went. E. v .oiu.Frrr, x.r. puck. . !' & A. A.C. P.A r. A Sii Lu. p I'itv. L'tati eaassm itm:, v . .-.Jt y... um!mmlmm ,m i ulnnnjser Wanted. True'.tvortliv lady or gentlcvm to mHD8ire buHiiined in this Conii v m d adjoining terriiory for will iu,,l favor ib'f known m uh- ..f fioai .'ial st'iiiil;!,, eti-uigh csli ealnrv mid Hj)i hxeK. paid eaeh Morii'iiv by t;.; din ft rmu hend-. qun rn. Expense money advxncfd; iy-'8it ! r.iiai.fi.f. -Vidr Mann. r, 51'.'. ."ilom.i, ( ' i -, 'liicagu All. A. S. THOIPSON. i'ioci.c, iev. General Merchandise. Groceries General Hardware Gents n urnisliiEg Goods bOnfcCtioner-. Manoi,a. Pa:eni Meciunps. Headquarters For Hav. Craln, Flour Pearl Oil. Candles Powder Fuse mmLt Stpfl nod oilier )iin;nr Supplies. Ad1 a full stock of tbe Best Wines - Liquors - and Cigars. Salt Lake and Pabst Beer ';'w;jyp r.-n Hand MPEWTJr M&TE1L. Caliente - - - - Nevada. J. A. Benton, Proprietor . 1 ' The Tables supplied with the Best he Market - fford?. Good Jieds and Well Furnished jB.domSn Ti t- : ? ' .r:i , .-. J i: 'St i.o. !.o ivus . !.!. ; f'tp ! i-.rclu- i'iinvu-.i mtaj UeUnsiu' t-verv Iav in tin- wt'k MIES A;. s just in receipt cf a THE LA'j'fvST STYLES IN V One prir.e to all in wm & eio em 1 bio umi ww Tho Scenio Lino To Glenwood Sprinfrs, Anpen, Leadville, Pueblo, Colorndo Springs, Denver, Omaha, Kansns City, St. Louis. Chicago, and all points east. Connectirsr at Osrtcn Union Depot wthai Southern Pacifl u an 1 Oregon Shor. Une Trains The only Transcontinental Lino passing . - directly through Salt L-ike Cuy. 3 1 r.. '3 owS-5-1 3 Splendidly Equipped between OiiDEN Via Three Separate & ss5aS' ' a- -, THR;rc;H Tl -MAN "I Dl-MNf, CAHs. Serr-r nl r"' 1 lrl f'1 IT ' " r" " '.., if iii. i .ET LAKi; , fx tc fit' ' fijj JwESBIll, IsTHVADA. IK'S THE ill Fast Trains Daily 3 AND DENVER Dintinet Scenic Routes! I :.:.:.,::,"zn:w Denver, Oinalm, Jo Kansas City, St. Lohjs & Chicago " ilhout hangc i :.' ..i:. ..i.-ing (.'hait C.r-. r rr.-invll, Conducted Excursion. Con on all through Train. 'I lv. M., ,,.. Inn, fr of y.'Or ti, HI. Gr.mte mie, -r ddr 8 (4. a. r. i).. Ti'Y. UTAH.