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FitlDAY. OCT. 14, 1904. Published Itery Friday Bj Record Pubtisnin j Company, urrtcE: MutoNio bclldino. leAOOUB BTBECT, Terms: fcaertptun. On Tear, bj Mall.., " 8I1 Monthe, . . M on Advertlslnf rates furnished upon application at the offloe. tatereo, at th PostofTloe st Plocbe, Mi, a eond-Olasa matter. Delivered by Carrier at BO cmts per Month. The candidates are now making preparations to "light out." J. H. Ladd of Las Vegas was in town a couple of days this week. But ona week more in which to register. There are 70 voters regis tered in Pioche. The first snow of the season fell Tuesday night. The hills to the north were dressed in white. The deer are said to be plentiful in the hills. A herd of nine were seen in water canyon at Highland last week. The people in this vicinity will go hungry for pine nuts this winter. The Indians report that there are none to be had. Last week, at Panaca, Mrs. Gil lespie, Mrs. John Austin and Mrs. Benj. Wadsworth presented their husbands with sous. On Wednesday morning about one o'clock Dr. J. D. Campbell was summoned to go to Dutch Flat to attend Miss Lizzie Smith who was suffering with typhoid fever. The Doctor returned Thursday night. He reports the young lady as being much better. Joseph Frenchy has sold his ranch and stock in Pahranagat Val ley to a Mr. Oardiner of Utah, and with his family, will remove to Cali fornia. Mr. Frenchy is one of the oldest residents of Lincoln county having resided in Pahrauagat for tbirty-five years or more. People from Utah are purchasing all the land they can in Pahranngitt Valley and the day is not far distant when there will be a line of Mormon settlements from one end of the vnl lev to the other. The church has to expand and for the purpose of keep ing their people together they are purchasing up the land of the valleys in Nevada and building up settle ments. Geo. Hicks came in from Frei berg on Sunday and reports that Supt. J. V. Brooks has ten miners at work. The mines are being placed in good order and develop ment work will be pushed during the winter. Large quantities of supplies have been ordered from Salt Lake, so there will not be any stopage owing to shortage from any lack. U. S. Marshal Robt. Grimmons arrived Thursday night, served papers on A. S. Thompson, Chair man of the Board of County Com missioners, in the County Bond suit in the interest of the bondholders, and then departed on his return to Carson. The bondholders are get ting affairs in this matter in such shape that they may be able to dis pose of the bonds whenever they see proper. The present outlook for the vicin ity of Pioche is much brighter than it Las been for some time. New people, with means at their backs, are getting hold of mining properies and the best of it is, affairs are be ing conducted in honest and straight forward business mnuner. No stock jobbing scheme to defraud the pub lic at the distunce who may purchase stock. It is such -frauds indulged in this character of business that has injured the whole of the mining country. During the week C. E. Rives, Supt ot the Pioche-Nevada Company brought in some very handsome lead and copper ore from the mine at the Point. Now that the company has paid for the mines, preparations are being made for the erection of a gasoline hoist and a shaft will be sunk to a depth of 300 or 400 feet before any drifting will be done. mine at the present time is look- ban it has since the corn- hold of it and a good as in sight. There hoisted to the is absolutely t progresses monthly 1 . Ualiente and the Line A new butcher shop will be open-! ed here this week. At last Jack Front has arrived with a full stock of goods. J. A. Deuton has put on a fine new stage between here aud Delu inar. It is reporte t that work on the new round house will coiumenxe this week. Dave Cook opened his new restau rant Monday and will run a first class house. U. S. Marshal Robert Grimmons of Larson Uity went to f loene Tuesday on official business. N. J. Wadsworth and family re turned from the city and report having had a fine time. Sheriff Johnson and F. R. Mo Numee were circulating among their friends the first of the week. The steel is laid within one mile of the Las Vegas and will reach there Thursday evening. Conductor Farrier and family returned from the north on Sunduy and will make Caliente their home. W. A. Denton returned from Pioche Tuesday, which place he went on official business for several parties here. Several carloads of horsss belong ing to the U. C. compiuy were ship ped north on Tuesday, having com pleted the big fill at Moapa. Mrs. Ed Freudenthal and children of Milford parsed through hero the first of the week euroute to 1'mclie to visit friends and relatives. Miss Eloise Turnbaugh was called home the first of the week to be iu attendance with her father, who is very ill with cancer of the lip, at Panaca. Through the misunderstanding of the express compauy the Caliente "Progress" has been sept the wrong way and all efforts to locate it have failed. Chas Ronnow uud L Voodsof Clover Valley departed for Hiko 011 Monday to meet with the good people of the valley and fix up tejeir political fences. Orlando Evaugelisti, ;well known in Pioche and Delamar was a passen ger to Delamar Monday, having just returned from Italy, where he has been visiting his relatives the past 14 mouths. For the last several days Pioche has been suffering from a sugar fumin. F. W. Dickie has recovered his health and is again circulating around. W. H. Clark left for Salt Lake on Mouday to visit his mother and children. And now they are scattering out in the hills 'performing the uuuual work on their mining cluims. County Asnessor J. F. Rotder is slowly recovering from the rheuin atisui Is now able to move around the house. Messrs M. IIcRae and Ed Sbeard, mining men, have been in Pioche several bays examining mining property. T. J. Montgomery left ou Wed nesday. He will return in about ten days and start in work on the mines he recently bonded. Owing to lute rains the Virgin and Muddy rivers have been well filled with water, but the ruins came too late for irrigation purposes. Jesse Peaslee returned from Mil- ford Monday night. He reports affairs at the Majestic moving smoothly and about forty men at work. The crops in tbe south have been good this summer, and the farmers along the Muddy and Virgin have had a market near home and done well in the sale of their product owing to the railroad work going Oil. Among the nominees for the As sembly appears the name of J. A. Clark. Mr. Clark has resided in Lincoln county since a small boy, is well liked and no doubt his popu larity was one of the reasons the Democratic party nominated him. He is conservative and broad-mind ed man and is in every way qualified to represent the county in the lower bouse of tbe Legislature. He is a man entitled to due consideration at the hands of the voters on Novem ber 8th. On Monday the case of the Democratic-Silver Party was brought up before the Supreme Court at Carsou by the nominees for Presedeutial electors on the Silver-Democratic ticket to restrain ex-Gov. Sadler from running for Congress as the nominee of the Silver Party of Nevada. A writ of prohibition was asked for. re straining the Secretary of State and the several County Clerks of tbe State Horn printing on tbe official bullot any of the names of the nominees of the rump convention as Silver Party nominees. Upon the meeting of the Court, the case was withdrawn. 1 tanana will be a great camp. "Nxt summer and the following winter toe Tanana will be a great camp," said I). F. O'Brien lust even Mr. O'Brieu just arrived from Ram part, Alasiia, and is in possession of the facts as to tbe wealth of the north's newest gold district. "Some claims on Fairbanks and Cleary creeks will produce from $25,000 to f :t0,000 for 100 feet square, which is about as good as the Klondike could show. Many of the claims are low grade but the volume of the pay dirt is enormous. It is a machinery camp all through. There is hardly enough fall to Bluce by crude methods. Machinery must be em ployed to hoist tbe water. "This winter too many people will be there. Provisions are scarce and the company stores will allow absolutely no credit. The Tanana will be a hard place this winter." Mr. O'Brien says a grmt deal of rich pay is still found ou Glen gulch buck of Rampurt. Several crekks tbere carry good pay but the unfrozen gravel makes tbe water an insurmountable difficulty. He was practically tbe discoverer of the Glen gulch to be prospected. He has been iu every part of Alaska in cluding the Koyukuk, Noma and the Tanana. He declares that Ophir creek, in the Nome country, will produce more gold in time thau the whale Klondike country ever turned out He wus a Klondike pioneer of '97 and owned 26 above Discovery, Sulphur creek, from which he made upwards of $15,000, but he left the Canadian side in dis gust iu the fall of '98 because of tbe crookeduess of the officials. He believes this rich country by f ir a better one for miners than either tbe Klondike or the Alaskan side nnd will remain here. Tonopah Suu. PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMMENDMENT. To Be Voted Upon by the Electors of Nevada at the General Election No vember 8, 1904. No 25 Senate Joint and concur rent Resolution amending the Con stitution of tbe State of Nevada by adding an article thereto. '.Proposed and passed at the Twen tieth Session of the Nevada Legisla ture March 19, 1901, Statutes of 1901 page 139, agree to and passed at tbe Twenty-first session, March 6, 1903. Resolved by the Senate, tbe As sembly concurring. That tbe Con stitution of the State of Nevada be amended by adding the followiug article: ARTICLE Section 1. Whenever ten per con- turn or more of tbe voters of this State, as shown by the number of votes cast at the last pree.ee.ding general election shall express their w ish that any law or resolution made ' by the Legislature be submitted to a vote of the people, the officers charg ed with the duty of announcing and proclaiming elections, and of certify ing nominations, or questions to be voted on, shnll submit tbe quest on of the approval or disapproval of said law or resolution to be voted on at the next ensuing election wherein u State or Congresmonal officer is to be voted for, or wherein any question may be voted on, by the electors of the entire State. Sec. 2. When a majority of the electors voting at a State election shall by their votes signify approval of a law or resolution, such law or resolution shall stand as tbe law of I lie State and shall not be overruled, Mm idled, set aside and suspended, or in any way made inoperative ex cept by the direct vote of the people. When such majority shall so signijy disapproval, tbe law or resolution so disapproved shall be void and of no eflect. J. A. NESBITT, County Clerk of Linciln County Nevuda. Dated October 10, 1904. A dispatch was received from A. T. Page on Thursday, who is in the hospital at Suit Lake, requesting tbe immediate presence of his wifo, and that ludy departed this morning for that city. Mr. Page, when he left for Suit Luke some timo ago, was suffering with erysipelas. There will not be a precinct at El Dorado Canyon this election, owing to the men all being out in the hills. Those who desire to vote will have to go to Searchlight, about eighteen miles distant. Light Wheatley and Frank Wil liams, nominees on the Republican and Democratic tickets for Assembly men, are circulating through the lower part of the county. Tbe "Lode" of Delamar must have gotten "loaded" and blown up. A copy of the paper has not reached Pioche for the last couple of weeks. The mines of tbe Manhattan Com pany, sold at sheriff sale on Thurs day noon, were bid in by J. A. Nesbitt. The sale of the personal property of the Mauhattau Mining Co., will take place on Saturday October 22nd. See notice. The weather has been very cold and disagreable untill the last day or two. The most of the ranchers of Lin coln county have been lead to believe that Senator Newlands created the irrigation bill. We publish the following: Discussing the irrigation question in his speech at Reno, Senator Fairbanks said: '.The bill was recommended by a Republican president and enacted nto a law by a Republican congress, and yet the Democratic party takes unto itself all tbe credit and calls it the Newlands law. I esteem Sen ator Newlands very highly and in view of the facts in the case, I can not believd that his name was thus coupled with this measure with his knowledge or consent. The Repub lican party is not brought to the strait of borrowing credit where it is not due: but on the other hand we do not mean to yiel dour rights on this important point to any other party." For ASSESSOR W. H. CLARK of Pioche, Regular Nominee of tbe Republican Party. ELECTION NOTICE. Election, Tuesday, November, 8th, 1904. Pursuant to an older of the Hon orable Board of County Commission ers, Notice is hereby given that on Tuesday, November, 8th, 1904', in tbe several voting precincts in tbe County ol Liueoln, State of Nevada, an election will be held for State, County and Township officers, towit: State Officers. Three Presidential Electors. One Member of Congress. One Justice of the Supreme Court One Regent Stute University (long term). One Regent State University (short term). County Officers. Oub State Senator Three Assemblymen One Sheriff One Clerk k Treasurer One Recorder & Auditor. One District Attorney & Superin tendent of Public Schools. One Public Administrator One County Commissioner, (long term). One County Commissioner (short term). Township Officers. One Justice of the Peace. One Constable. Constitution!. Amendment. One Constitutional Amendment No. 25. Which election shall ,be opened at 8 o'clock a. m. and shall continue nnen until G o'clock p. m. of said day. ' BALLOTS. All election tickets, or ballot" to be need at the aid easutr-s euerl election in Lincoln County, Nevada, auall be nib aa an- prescribed by tbe election lit and fo.rnwh.-d by the Secretary of (he Htato. Kech ballot or tlcaet amil oe ire iroui all marks, character!, or de.lce or thlnK" tha' would enable any piraon to dltiiiKiih It by tlij bark or when folild from any other ticket or billot and no mar shell be mad on such ballota except tliu.X with a rubber stamp only In the square opposite the name of the oann'aie y. u -ow iur 1 be n.nie of no eandl late shell beeraced or cr.ieaed out. and the bsllot must not be marked In any manner except by aald crosa X in said square otherwise the ballot will not be couuteJ. PCLL1NO PLACES, INSPECTORS AND CLERKS Ploebe-Ed Co te. I Oarriaoo, 0. A. Thompson, Inspector!; B. (J. Seboneld, Chan Oaborue, Ulerki Polls at Court boore. P.nace-A. 0 Lee. A H. Wedge. B. R Phillips InHoectcrsi FO Lee, Jr. Dan Atcnis-in, uieraa. Polls at School House. r,i RaiioTlch. Wm Pace, Win Wheatley Inspectors; Oeo Nesbitt Jr. Mr Motht, Clerks. Polls at nan. Caliente W. D. Marnard. R H. Langford, Ohaj Culverwell, Inspectoia; chs culverwell, er, u. , 'Airn n, CliTks Polls at Hall. Clover Valley Ob Harablin, Lamond Woods. J. Tyler, Inspector; Frank Morrison, Albert Woods, Cierks, Polls at School House. Keule Vallei -Henry Hammond, Joe Holllnger. Freel Lytle. Inspectors; P H Devlin, Wm Warren' clerks. Polls at School nouse. Spring Valley Andy Del nine, Henry Bice Sr. Dave Francis, Inspectors; Henry Hl je. Jr, Chas MilU.ll, Olerks. Polls at School House. Fay Oeo Wright, O. A, Short, dark Miller, la. spectora; aimer Middleton, Tom Beck, Clerks Polla at Moodj'l Store. Lake Valley Angus C . (bell, J N Lanter, RoW Mil)i,nali . Inspectors; K j. Robertson, Mr Smith Clerks. Polls at Kdwar.'. 4 House . Moapa -Freemro' Cib'i H. L. Pickett, A. I. Wi-kors. Inspectors: Chau jbb. Mf Motutee. Poll. at Harris House l oo.li-Horace Holt. H. B. Mills, J, Thomas, Ino. ctor; H H. Church, J H Avetett, Olerks. Polla at School House. Overton T J Jones, Crayton Johnson, 8 A Angell Insp-ctors; Ute Perkins, M D Ooooer, Jr, Polls at School House. Si Th maa8. H. Svphus. H Gentry, B F. Bon" nelli. Inspectors; L Whituey, M. W Olbaon. Olerks- Polla at School House. Bunk rvtlieDodley LaavlltJr, Orange Earl, J. 8 Ablwtt Innpictors; Frank Col, A J Barnuai. Clerks. Polls at School House. Meequlte Hyrum Burg 's. W. E, Abbott Jme Hiiulo-H, In'pictora; Mr Burgess. Mr. Hughes. Olerks. Polls at i tool House. Laa Vegas Oeo DeFranoe, W t Stewart, Frank Mtewi.rt, inqwctors; rntl rtniltn Jr. John nujlth J Clerks. Polls at Vt-gae Store. r Go.l Si.rlnge E Yount, E. Tbomae, H B. Spliler, Inspector. Polls at Yount's store, Sandy J McOlannahau. Dave Lewis, O J, Lang. Inspectors. Polls at MuCla'iuahan Store. Searchlight TM Henderson. J O. Walters. Jas Vauuhn, Inpectura; James Vaughn, Mr Kilter Clerks. Polls at school Uoose. Hiko John Cast!- a, Dave Service. Chns Stein, Inspeoio.s; John Wedge, M Frencay .Olerks. Polls at School !louie. Btawart-W T. Stewart. O. W. Richards. O B Welch, Inspectors; John Hiohards.Joe Sharp;Clerks Polls at Pierson ranch. Pump Slatlon-J W Bradshaw, 0. J. Carson, John Pippin, Inspectors; It. 1'homas, T, K. Dula, Olerks Polls at rower House. Bird Springs-Dan Bumsion, D M Crandall, A. Bird, Inspectors. WITNF88 MY HAND OFFICIALLY, thia 10 day of October, 1904. JAS A. NESBITT, County Clerk. THE SALT LAO TELEGRAM, Published every Evening Except Sunday. A newspaper that contains all the news and 24 hours ahead of other dailies. One year $7.00 Six months (3 50 One month .00c Siiigle copies .03, SHERIFF SALE. By virtues of an emcutlon issued ont of tha Fourth Judic ial District Oouri, of the niate of Ne vada, In and for Lincoln Oounty. dated tha Uth day ot October, A. D. 19U4, In a certain action wherein A. S.Tnouipaon, aa plaintiff, recovered Judg ment against tha Manhattan Copper and Oold Mining Company, a corporation, defendant, for the sum of Twelve Hundred and Sixty two lo 100 (rjH'J.16) dollan and ooata of anil taxed at Twenty-live 'Ja-luO (IK.K) Dollara. and interest at tha rate of oeven per cent par annum until paid, basidea tha accruing costs of thla aaia. I have levied upon tha following described artlclea of personal property belonging to aald judgment debtor, to wit. 1 Wheelbarrow, I machine oilers, 1 box springs and small couplings: 1 Fairbanks-Mora Aeanllo holat complete, 1 old rope, 1 box of ten batteries, 1 machine wrench, 1 blacksmith vioe, part of a bar babbitt metal, 1 mine gong, 1 olaw bar, I wooden mining bucket, 1 iron mining bocket,l email pulley 1 large galvanised Iron boiler, f gasoline tanks, 1 iron ring, I galvaniied Iron tank, 1 ladder, 1 pleo H In chain, 1 buucu ahlnglea, S mine ore can. Notice Is hereby given that on, Saturday, (W fey of October, A, D. una, at ona o'clock P, M. at the old Alpa niUie, 1 mile eaat of town In the Ooouty of Lincoln, State of Nevada. I will sell all the right tit le, and Interest of aald "Manhattan Copper and Hold Mining Company, a corporation," Defendant, to and to the above described property, at public auction, for oaah, lawful money of tha United MUtes of America, to the highest and beat bidder, to satlafy aald Judgement and all ooata. J 4KB JOHNSON, Sheriff. Dated Oct 14, 1904. By John Kwlng, Deputy. Pioche, Lincoln Oounty, Nevada. OFFICIAL LIST OF THE Several Nonimeestobe Voted for at the General Election. Tuesday, November 8th, 1904. For Presidential Electors, Clark E. W - Democratic k Silver Party Hrssen, A. W DemtcrtUc Silver Parly Kendall, Zeh Democratic A Silver Party Ahem. C. A Republican Party Butler, James L Republican Party Plumb. W. I Republican Party Beck, H. P.... Silver Stalwart Siher Party McCnlloogh. J. B ..Silver 4 Stalwart Silver Party McCormark, J. M.... Silver A Stalwart 811 rer party Oordill, Wm H Socialist Party Anderson, A. B Socialist Party Rose, V L Boclallat Party For Representative . Congress. Sadler, Relnhold... .Silver A Stalwart Stiver Party Van Duaer. O. D Democratic A Silver Party Yerrlnvton, Jamas A Republican Party For Justice of Supreme Court. Brattne, B. F Democratic at Silver Parry Norcoaa, Frank U Republican Party For Regent (Long Term.) Oirce, William J Democratic a Silver Party Smith, Oscar S Republican Party For Regent (Short Term) Boyle, Emrultt Democratic Silver Party Starred, H. S Republican Party For Slate Senator Campbell, J. D Republican Pirty Dentn, J A Deiuooiailc Pa ty For Assemblymen. Clark. J A IVm"' lie Party Oox, X wir'I BVpi uau Pirty 8yphu. vi D inocr-tie Party Shiei i . gt J R. .oibllctn i-srty Willau-. Prank D,.TocrM Party WbeatlM. Light T- palil-cn P.ry For Recorder & Auditor. Lee, H-iir. i tuf ratic arty For Assessor. Clark W. H puMlran P. ly Hoeii r. J. F Dtu.xr.tlc arty For Clerk t: Treasurer. Goodrich. i J bi-mi cratic Party Ron ow, C. C R. publican Part; For Sheriff. Johnsot,, Jsk-1 .'..1 epitbltcsu Party Walker, r iank Dimmratlc Pirty For District Attorney k ex officio Sen ol superintendent. if Brijout... Dtlnocratic Par'T . La " ' l-i-.' It . K, y Sand. Wo, For Commissioner (Long lerm). Net hot, J em H-.atit P.i.y -p .bo. t. Party On. ti Fur Commissioner (Short Term). Baltfwlii, .ra,. -J t,. ii. ii'r.M, Pi ,y Tount, E ' .ei iibii'vu Pit y For Public Admir Utrato-. Dirkl-. r . X e;,ub lean Many Lai.- Mie. J .a Democratic Partv For Justice of the Pence, Pioche. Orr WMi to- .ei. rrf-iaMo P-ty Val ,.. o-v B R tubilcau ivrtjr For Constable. Ew. J hit .. Uepiibli -.n P.iny or Justice of the Peace, Panaca. KlL.IlN J ,11. j. ...Dem cratic Partj For' Jusice oflh Let- 4 in I, For Constable. Co s , Dave M.I...M., H .... For Justice oj iln He.il r. Wali.r. Ter R o For Constable. OJ"i.r , Thomas Sc-ttr, Itue Peace, Caliente. .. !) ni'ifTtttic Kttrty ...l::.oT;it C i n.lf . Ht publimi, ' HT.y Ptai'e, Delamar. lJeil cm fir r ty Jtl.ub)U'.Ml t ;'y i -u vi- Me Pun, tor Justice of the Peace, Hiko Stern. Lon.a hepi.lilic.u Fur Constable. W.Uiie, liihn lteuub.irai: Partr for Justice of the Peace. Deerlodoe. Be-iii-tt, Henry L. Tnihll,-.,. -.. For Justice of the Peace. Overton. Jo.--. Mi'. L Dentocmtlr Pr.v For Constable. Ljtle, Joliu A Deiuorati' P.iiv For Justice of the Peace. Viroin. Cliarrh. O. O iwmsul ... Fur Constable. Wlgn. Peter..... ..eonoliain ! ... r For Justice of the Peace. St. Thomas. Bunker, VI. a Dewoiruiu , .r.y For Justice of the Peace. Bunkerville Le.vltt, frnk Uimoirallo 4 Bi-Diihllo.n For Constable. Leavltt, Albert.. . L'emocratlo A liepnblloan Party tor Justice of the Peace, Mesquite. Huxhtf", Jaa Sr H-.n,.h,i,.. d.., Jiiii iu, J M Deinooretle Pen. .,r Constable. Hu-hes, Wm B Democratic A Heouhll,..n P..t For Justice of the Peace. Moaua. Houghton, 4. V Deaiocritm P.,.. For Constable. Ooruen, Geo E Democrats P.rty For Justice of the Peace, Sandy. Lewi. D. ) LftmiMtratit- Pairta, ; For Justice of the Peace. Search. light. McElwaln. K. B Ttiumaa, Oharlea W . . . ..Kepublli-au Paity ; ...Umieoratiu Pirty i For Constable Ooltou, W. U Demooratlj B pub lo.u P, j : X, Jas A. Neeblu, Clerk of said County auj M.le I do hereoy certify thai tue a wve i ( roi ...In a' . llaoiUliiatHHMXrrtlned toornledwl h lu ' i Mw, """""r 'ma UrliOii f ootobir j J -S-A-aSaBUT, Piers, af.ireeaM NOTICE For Contract Bids. By ..ider of tlic Oouui, u.m,n.lHioners 1 m ' Iwo.iealedb.,.rorTweu,1 (JOI CJ,d. of , cedar wood t., be delmred at tbe Oonrt huk In Ploobe. mi I bid. to oUt4ll by 1(0(i At the Ulert orftt u any n l all blu reject county Ol.ra Md tl.omoo ctrl ! Board of County O miulaalouara. A. S. THOMPSON. Pioche, iNi'v. General Ffierchandise. Groceries General Hardware Gents i urnishing Goods . U . fectioiiEK Maiionetw. Patent Mediunes. 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Splendidly Equipped between OQDEN Via Three Separate & Laatt.- THROUGH PUi iiMAN ItllU ORDINARY 1 til niM,i.s 3 CAliS lOt. '7 DINING CARS, Servic a h ,74, :-SS it e. f..Ider, lr - il .ietr.it-H hookleta, itc, In q. ire of . ur -i tiok-t iij-i-nt, hi i .ifMiv th- Elo Grai de runte, or addra I. A. BH & TO G. A. P. D., SALT LAKEtllTY, UTAH. hk & Shoes. liquors i o lacour. - XsraV'.A.D.A. THE Fast Trains Daily 3 AND DENVER Distinct Soenic Routes Jimuv Denver, Omaha, j0 Kansas 1it , St. Louis & Chicago Without t hangc. Free Reclining Chair Cars. Personvtly Conducted Excursions. Carte on all through Trains. v 7