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jIAil.KO.Ul HATES. f THE !YMAT ui our rll;vfa.a.,, i;euOb ia Uulins niu:il.:d car The rule is, us far as trud iu tins sad "l"'1" countries, wtieu Iujvs uro i.duced ttat the travel ior- SHOULD BE EASED ON. AC f J At. COST OF CARRYING. "luccrpsratod. rMli-- Conclutn.o tl 1. jtMatiua B. Hon. Jobs Ohio iKuHUr1! to th an JtitereatlDK Muiner, lupll. Imvia MERCHANDISE. After Careful la ;j ! of eon- lit, a. Juhn DuvU, a KuiiMiadin'ritt, furuiUjt t!i i)lloing lutti to llie Juiittiou City grew, for j j t r MEW . - I tould k1' 1,lu tau actual eott of carrying pai!Jf!r. r mile- Any information iu that directum will bo tbaukrully Tw;iveil. " It i a matter of gratification and that there is a geuend awakening tfoiug on In all parta of the country on this ruilwuy qtitxition. For yuan the uninformed and confiding peo- manple have lookfd upt n our railway . I ,1.... altera a. reawjunuiy uoww auu ium tran.sportiitiiiu rates are baftd nptn the coat of service. For year the railway DiutiaKT. have .trivmi to th;it dlui.ioii by strictly guarding their "baaiueas secretn, " lu order to continue tlteir general (.puliation. Though A ia a public buoiues that directly all the popln, yet they have oonctriis south of tha Little Shop Having bought tha Riaekt-initiu.HHfd tlmt it la a private and perwmnl an have made no adequate briJ.i, StaU Street, Murray, I aic prepared to da any kind of uiatttr oUiuial reports for the infomiiiiion of tho jHople. lu the alumce of nuch work that can bo dona vih a set of blacksmith's tools. men arw compelled to remain in Jou-- n Davu. don't do your work piomptly and diirknom, with tho IiuiuIh of the robbers Uring mu a trial job and iu their pockets, or to K.islier iuforina-tinGood Advice. giveaatisfaction I will make no cliarg. imiticuully, by private or o! In tv, ice, :ui best they A wholo lot i f our good friends aud Tl'O first coworkers siuccro, b mest und earcan. Thin U wnii;. (yHow aro these l'ric by eou- - nest meu are evidently trying to pr- measuro that chould bo paa-e:$ on Guaranteed Work. ernst and by CBeh Ktttto li (jiclature suade tlieuibelves that tlio Populist party Satisfaction or no Charge. nhould be a law couiprlliiii! the cliicials js 0u the verge of disbanding "uuleas of every ruilwuy corporutiuu to make something iu dune." Don't worry, adi quale drUilcd Vo have been workin,'; days reportH of every brothers. brunch of their tranportution business and Hitting up nights with this nform fur the full tiud complete information of movement since hu.uOO votes were cast the peopla In all ctwos au intended for l'eter Cooper iu ISili. It has been Stable. Rrid-- o, ou any impcrtmit point nhonld be killed ami resurrected half a dnxeu next to (iraiiter-Atvi'oBllOr, South of considered and tn uted as intuudtd fraud times during thr.t time, but every timo Those of my reader who have fol"it rose from the dmil" it was u heap lowed nie through my lute series of bigger than when it was "buried." It articles on "Tho Railroad Question" seemed to do it good to "kill it o!i." It tho nature of the w ill appreciate actually thrived on being laid uv.ay to thut I am now to iUwiunh. rest. quesThe true autwer to the Tho Populist party may have met tion delXiUdii upon the patmmK of th with a setback, but tho I'opuli.--t cnt.se road i'or exuniple, it cobts 85 cents on was uover as foruiiiiablo as it is today. the average to run a jiaatenger train iu Might as well undertake to dam np the g Br.u;cTi:n tho United Htatea. tlat cost should Niagara river and compel tho wuters to all I collected from tlliHlo pas'enKi flow back into Lake Erin as to try to ! an board tha train, then ta would pay even check the onward course of tho HO cents per mile for ridiuj. If there are grout principles which aro embraced iu a, Dir two paaunf;ers ou board, that reduces the one word populism. laT C i g it r h If there are 10 tho prioe Nor ia there any need of worrying to tho price in reduced to abont the organization. When bo prop1? ':' Alwavw on Ilaud.' " and If there aro 85 persons on er tiiuo comes, all tho old timo Popubeitrd the train tho price becomes 1 cent lists, who voted the ticket iu IH'j'J nud p r mile, provided the additional puwcu-gi;r- s 189,1, aro coming together, mud eacu have not added to tho cost of run- ouo is going to bring a new convett ning the train. Up to a singlo full along with him. Tiny tire n0"1!? to the additiou of persons cut very rally around tho old flag, emblazon ou little figurfl as to the cost. But above it some new thoughts nod ideas, ai:d that, wheal it becomes ueueat'ury to add theu w ith ouo mighty short that can be x second coaoh, there must bo allowance heard round tho world they are going uinde for the use of that coach (1 cent to march forward i&d p!u:;t it Ou the dome of tho cupit d at Wu .hingtoA. per running mile), and an iufiuiteimnul iiuonnt of additinnal emil will be Educate and titjitatu. Sotv tho seed Both of these itifUinof addition and spread the lignt. ork, but dou t al expense, wheu divided amoiiK tho b5 worry. a. F. Korton. pawnxers, will beauadditiouul burden to each paseugor, perhaps of part of u cent per mile, or an cost of 1 cents per mile iu and localities where the aver-ag- o states til UT All 10 traiulond reaches the number of 85 DRUGGISTS 25 iO persons. The state of Uhio will fax more rwetrrt irUM lAFUl.ua IBCAIllTCI V rTTSDMTTPri titearaanjcatirt? cnmtlpatlnii. than do that. l'hysician and Surgeon. tire, unrr trill it urine, hot mux mil aiitiml rrinllt, Turk. arse M Mun:te!il. Thus it Is seen that with 85 passengers .. (IiImvo. KTKai.lNH Hi:HiV free. booklet an lit. pie 1 0 S. Main Street, Salt Laka on the train the fare should be slightly over 1 ceut per mile, and of course with, City, Utah. half that number the fare eIhuiIiI bo n Hours! ' Offlcs about cents, in order to pay the cost 10 u. ia. tol2ia. rvES'VER ajdRlM.USDEFX jf running tha train. Now, the average 1 :"0 p. m to 4 p. m. traiulond iu tho tuitid Etutesis4S perof 85, aud Sumlay, 11 a.m. to 1. p. m. sons, approximately t the averago fare paid in tho United Rasidenro-21CN1U LINK South 4th E. 7 cents per mile. That coStates is S of Uia incidence proves my reasoning to be WOULD very nearly correct. Let us now proceed another step. Tha 'J'likJu Th Onl Liu Runnln Two density of population iu tho United Tlmo Card No M ilully lu States (besides Aluska) is about 30 IN ICFXEm MAK. Mh.l. tyinviLLK, to the square mile. The average Aal'KV, trainload of pfvnpers is 43 lersoua LRAVR MlUKAVi I'l'Klll.O. Tho deusity of population in Ohio is 90 ! II p m C01,(IKA1K fPlUNHS No. take. City to tha sqaare mile tliat is, tha density .. No Mill I.ak Ol'r t6 a IB AadDXNVSR. N... kr"ur tnnp"t, Seel.r and U No. 1. LrnvpgOiidrn .'o. Plt Trln it population in Ohio is four aud a half BillarJ & IVol Room .... .... m. Arrlr Intermedial, pollils .m UUa. V;W ( the average of the United States. times k KnnJTumi. t'ayaon. Bursa a. .m il. ttilorndo 7;U io 1'niTpr ui. prtiiK, IS ta and kll intermedials points ( p 'I'rnlii No. 4 Lchti-- i tKlrn S 1. m. 5Jt This should make the average trnlnload I like l;MI m. Arrive m 1'ui'hlo LRAVE SALT LAKE CITY. ', j nc of pattseugors in Ohio 103 porsons, and Seloeivd Stock of Wins & Liquors. . IH'iiver il;Z5 p. ni Colorado t'prlajrft, p. Ihe coat of transportation wonld be a Ho Qrand junction. IkmTer Poold-at Tolomdo am mm rtoiM'itltnH Domestic Cigars. Imported nail all uoliaeast M. half a cent mile. less than i little with all lino Kant. per Spr i and Keiiver No. tKir (irnnri iinf coachPt. Chair earn and i'ulliimN in y iu lu this calculation I have purposely Family Trade a Specialty. ii ou all tntermrslhite poiuu lIMra on all Imlm Take tbi- - 1). Ac R. U. alimiuatrd Kor UirduumKl nil pia wmt.,12 30 p m No. several items ou lotu sides a omtorlalil trip and H'Joj tt ' a III pn and . E CAIIOON'. Prop. " Mu. ,' lliioit acfinrrr on thd'otitliitmt. which may or may not balance each PuDinnn Plm Onlrlhie mnulty tliroi'irh Una n vlppl Ot'ak, Cuiorndo'i Mi'rti't the railroad For example, mia ttn KrunoNoo ltriit void cantp. Trtitn No. 1 l'avin OKdqn jthcr. Flotiiir far t Ooiivpr claim that thre is wear and tear ll.iout chuniv. nrt I'ulltm.i (mntlr lt at ; in., nrrivotal CilppluCrvk u, it uiurn-ini- t n u. fo yranolvo. too Anscli u VI. jf track and equipments aud interest on At 8. Fiuhea. OIiUhjo. Ni' York nn. lloiloo. Kro rrcllo. B. K. U cir luliUJ with I'liuwh IK cl.iilr U. P. tT TratBcMaiiiKr money invest od, which I have not count. Oi'iivcr. Colorado d. To far more than bnlaine this I reV. Hflvlna. U. A B.M. F Cnitilrir. H. Wicllrlfh, Dodie. 8. Rb.wk, ply that the transportation of tho United T. P. AK'nt. Ctn, Troftle Mm, Oe. P. & X. A Mur, nli I.akoOty, Cub. States minis, at Kll times tho average I'sl'y Timt Tjbloln KJo. t Sep loth. lrtT; freight rate, and the express matter, at I .eavo Arrlre I. v. Ar Ksrm- dx times the average freight price, I.. Hfci rn II. T.o h. m. '.in . III. have net beiu counted. Tlio average lu 'i a. tti DURAND MidhnT TiieCMoiMlo o F. a. m. Ii.R to ni. t,..na oiu Chas, from carrying tho United flutes IIi'oran .' . wi to. II in l.o ni. 4 Is fctill to bo found at Ids Old Stand, :l.o p in. 8 in p n, mails is about 10 per cent pir mile of 4o o p in Two Through Train Dally top ni t on 4 In n. in. Vii p. in ... m. p. ir.. 0 of running the average train. Ihe cost Houne Lake Ko Ui'twei'H Mock, Murray i on Pull Cltf.lViloii ; p. in Opera P. m. t ,2o p. in, p in. ii i.rtrlvill p. ui U'.oo p iu. (ll in (.ripjilo Vrrrk, Cnloiailo sprint;, lVnrcrit In states like Ohio the income from tha ll.oo p in removing nuperflnoua naif nil puinta caul, duly line riiiniiki 'ri,,oul' United State mails will average nearly from the faces of men. LAQOCN t hair llirin:li blvciwm on dot Mmn. Half the ci of running the ttains that Thn (ur. nd inen'o ir rounds vw u Thii and n .i, C 0 ntii)f fainv Inn', lu Call'nnd See Him e lSouml s iu ailiuN'l',ii ''3 I'M, Inn and cum the mail niauy ?arry them, with the ItiuiirauiKiWotlcrn, rem hi mihj in ocletlt. SiiuiU tvill pay tho etitiro cost ef toe trains, Imuvrr carllur tlittn any oilir line ,a l I'ARLEY P. CU ELSTKN SEN, SprincK, No cliani' of rati, or ilt'Iayt'd leaving tho entire iutoiuu from pnasun. ir'r m H.vU'l Mot SprSti. lndud. tiaiuf. T;iku Ihi: ( olorndo Midland andal, nmtter to tutH t the llU l.:4lh ici'UH LArtYER Hunt and rnj tlir liuv-- t mlo and iT:uiJtnl jejs and exprevi on a Mr. txi;r.::ci::;. the other side, so II, items mentioned in Cuiorado. Kur luU partlculnrn ', Karly I'.9. AO ,'iuijf Rkik.i m ami mo Corner of 2nd South that in tho state of Ohio, with a density on any K, It. V. ArI. or ' i "" Ktom Oj.li n to O A Hroan. toil At, Malt l.aU .if population of UO persons to the dqoaro 3i aad ("oniuieromlstu., Fn ui floor. ociin- -i dat viao K K. W. K. ilail.y.O, P. A., IfcimT, Colorado oiilo, tho rate of carrying pasMugcis a,in,;is.oii loitrouinli. Salt Iake City, I'tah. ihor.ld bo not ou' ball" a ci tit cr mile. But In nil thin calottUr.oii 1 bave Free! Free! jounted nothing for im riasi d patronage C0WRENT PCSlTlONS.v WOBt.O Bf.NOWSKU in ucconutof reduction id faro, in Huu-ur1SO.00 it von wib on ot the r-wbeu rates viere reduced, it LXlCKASll STOVrii and in ihe Korcrnmml ,,e. nuru LTr1 "n local travel the sixfold and the 11.1 OK II A UK IIKMf KAKTII. tur ""p,, Dr. W. E. Ferrebea, ..prol the reouiml ClTil Prop. cng distance travel nuuly threefold iWnit Uvsr ioo,0)O now a vommea achool elnl lor part ie UN. aiut There is not trVo nhadow of a duul t but irt ijiiv lll'iin, nuw what that would bo the cuo iu Chir if froe. Duy direct fmru ome euurpiisiiig road would et the PATENTS, PATtHTS. foundry, siive dealer's examr'iv lnrRe pnifit". Wajmy i I' !K liar.-i. 1 recently ri'fi rr.'d to a ca'ti iu Ohio Writ for freijjlil. l tinni: mi, ,n(t c.vr'" , hi,ri where three excr.rsleu trains of teu rnrs counoiee citUliiiruo nnil priurii ill net Comm.ofwr ot m Chiel ...miner. vt iur, "WW euch, catrying 70 peis:i DUCKASIl . ami ucr"' " " t of a cent per aicn.t, irvt P.,..- -i .ni-TsruvK Co. ohai'ged al out nu'.e and made a profit ef 10 pr cent. 'fl2 Whbnah Ave C'liictiKO. eeunl OF IAVK. greu'er tlisn the usual eumiugH of tl:o CaMtci.s, Tiinrt jM 10 the Rat road. It was found iu this cu.-- that tho Thn Br,JUOn (it vou ''Vnl-oPutri Comiw, ia two rear., Mriir, fiturt, oofct per passenger was ene ti i,th ef a 12 jliRtniiKS pooRs, Krc aWeat. "rm Cases like that pivve "'hu mi cent per uiil i"iru. inr Vic. Johnson, Prop. , what all railroad men admit vis, tlist .t ,od Special arc t,,tt,,. vinrcrti"m And yet, very full car. pay PaxirtiiTioxs Cii,i n tit t'numiauaD price are kept so high that a Kr A liKi eL - i'.iinmuT, 'WJ Oivk mk a Cau. vr larrfe nroiwrtieu of the ot rating UW New A.,anf,anp-- Xeu DLJ CKSMI TH orllather jut d 1 ts ifl u Horsshoeing $1.00 50 Tire sotting Respectfully vi-r- CHAS. MOLLIS. lh' ol Saloon & BilliardHa) Careful Attention, i Given ub-jei- it carihj, . STOCK CP tor Wines, liquor oue-bnl- one-tent- Family Trade Carlson & Birch. Si car-lo:i- d ANDY CATHARTIC CUREC0HST3PATS0H ('., sn 1 " per-kju- 8 Illin . . I--For in Jure-tln- Via-rn- iii-'- T 1 ho - mau-ige- rp-e- m (.. tnr. cr. I'Oi-pr- 3. i Ogden L,, Railway Tonsorial Artist. Karm-Inato- u. ,, i . M) j Kni ; j j where You Any article of Mcrdiiuidise fur twle Go lor Your Supi!i ;Kn.) Tribune: in Murray .au bo found in (irt-aarc sure to find Them in Stock A guiitltinau who Jm recently ben tlin of und Highest and where You Can llavn a Quantity, a uiciiiler of tb atate nunato in tlectl Grade. Quality at our ston;. Ohio writ nie as fullowa: Irtirge Variety to Select From and K. P. DAYTON, Manager. "Idunire to prppnre a bill for a Scent With Pricon Equal to Any. rato on all railroad in Oblo pa8ij(;-ami wa iuformed Ly a friend that yon A (..OVEIiXMENT BANKS. inert ia a much - r IT ''portion, j and hence the j r ,lits i f the roud are in- - j creas.ul. It is l.iie the letters cauied iu the United fcta't Uiuilo the lo- - the postaxe, as far as tried, the greater the i m.l tie larger the public Ocourse this protit of the buriaos-shas its limits in lailwuy nuageinett. tut they h;.vo not yet been reacted in this country. As to freights, the same rule (Oased on density of jicnu.'atieii) way be adopted iu purt, but allowance mutt be mado for the fact that haniUing, loading aud nuloading, and the temporary storage of freights cnts some figure at the expense of the companies, yet all that cannot justify the present eiorljitant rates on bxal fruights. Tho cot of short hauls in Ohio (say frun 10 to 60 mikf) should bo limited to 1 cent per tori per uiilu iu carload lots. For hauls above 60 miles tho rato per mile should be reduced as the length of the haul increase a ' As to the senator's 3 ceut per mile passenger bill, it will be a good entering wedge, aud it is all perhaps that can bo passed or enforced at first. But by all means there should be embodied in tho bill a clause forliuWing free pas or more favorable rate to one class of persons than to another, aud another clause should require aud make mandatory full detuiled annuel official reptirti by every railroad company iu the state. Theso clauses will be popular, adding strength to the bill, aud if enforced as law the good results will be very gvear. even at lirst, and ultimately beyond present fUiprebcninu. It would open thotloor to impartial justice toward tho people a thing which has not been expected ia tha pau Very reapit tiuliy, ai-- full Kuow:4fr and - , 1 LOOK CUT THAT WE GET THE RIGHT KiNO if WE GET ANY. IMtla tv. Hetab'Uh 8jvIt Kuka la Com. Si l irw- - "p.H-U- oin-rad- ; . !.' , iCJ Murray Pharmacy j wi. rin " Drugs and J2, Medicines, ,hetr-''!..rrJ- 2!. Tcilst Articlos, Bto. ' ' Tn o Corner BarberShop. '" 1 S'rst Class Work. lt. - gen-rall- ikr 1 ! or ' KILLER'S ROLLER MILLS TAYLORS YILLE ROLLER MILLS, COO PER '6 ROLLER MILLs, WASATCH ROLLER MILLS. - PIONEER PATENT ROLLER MILLS, SALT LAKE MILL and ELEVATOR COS MILLS ncetlun W Ith th. rMti hjmVw Tkat Contain I'eatnrra W iii.h st.a. ram to Popnlista. The agitatiov in tivorof establisbinf a poverum"ut mviuifs bank system has gained in .trLg h more rapidly daring the past thre-- lniiurtiifthuu any proposed reform tTer gained in the same length of time, bnt it runst be admitted that the proposed plans ' which aro meeting with such favor ut the bauds of the old party press of tho qountry show every evidence of being plans In favor with influential bankers of tho country, aud that if a law is enacted 'daring the Tel Salt Lake f present administration, which is highly prolatble, it will be just such a law as the bankers may dictate. 7 The Chicago Record has taken a liveinterest iu and ly circulating u pKition at great expense prepared a bill to bo ' precnted when congress assembles iu December, which doubtless reflects to a great extent the blea.s and plans of the bankers, for many of the leading polirwrww;vr.""rrj-r-ticians are regarding it with much far vor. Thia bill provide for per ceut interest to be paid depositors, by the I overumcut, bnt provides also for guarding the names of depositors, so that theso funds, while productive of a good income, uro at the same time relieved from all the burden of taxation. Instead of a provision to loan the deposits, as ia the rule in banking circles, the govern-meu- t would only collect in the deposits, pay interest on the money und theu turn :.Curtaiu Rollers of all Style. it over to favored banks to reloau. VSCots, Spr;ng Matrasws, Those points briefly cover the proposed wfeTriiHk.i, Travelers Valtsen, tueusarn. Fraiiu-HThe arguments maile in favor of it by aWindow Rlit.ds. oar friends of The Record are largely of a very superficial nature, never touchDone. ing the vital features of the proposed system, but consist in such proposition as showing the great incentive to thrift Coeds; by affording safe deposit for money, the promotion of patriotism by having tho "laboring class" interested in tho stability of government, training the young ii T R c ET, X:t U ' lu habits of bookkeeping and educating the untrained to a knowledge of the nse L. ERNSTROM, PmpWetor. and value of money. These are some of the many reasons given why the bill is just what's needed. Now, we bave no desire to say a word against postal savings banks. A government t making system is the Vr sve- . ia or most essential feature of the money irnui evi-KAt, ut ia,? nuw Kiitt r thy ir.li, tho conrAr. question now demanding solution. a r world. 8iml Notuin- -' hli.iH:.: t: It is the one most important issue, !'''s''''h:st, toraexpy. T ; W.2TM-iallrefonas i.,"ii' l.k'S ! WvJ a::Si as and a savings system or receiving of dei'r'- Cvir;i-ifT';. :, Oor't. posit is a necessary part of a banking inn, fc'r.": National Money, iVie.l, V P.irtv. hilver system. Labor r Silv The point to which wo object is tho S jcn-.- I.n- - t (C'i f l.or of a Ortt .i.vi U'fff. making government deposit system .ve Cvj.,ion t'ei Dnmocr.iv. merely the aid to btuiking corporations. buuiu luaTibbisi Xistionul I,' ."'v P.inv, 70 i'.i:rics ui Anu-ri,ve. ! That this is the aim and object of the Trie t t'T si : r:na-r- , nik'e. Soil'". No. S12L bill uuder discussion cannot bo denied. oi- (cr ?ixT(OWAt TaiUKf, Mi'.ay. Analyze it thoroughly, and it will be found to bo only npluu to draw the sav THE ANCIENT ORDER OF Send i.)l oivlfj-- to r, A. AVillcm-scn- , A Siwi.-ttf frigs of tho people together and givo the FORESTERS and FRIENDLY L'tlhor, Mcrray . money to the bonkers to loan ont. I'tah. .SOCTETV,' This is why the bunkers favor it and thfs is why the subsidized press is now . mtcta i'Vtrv Wwlnt'Silav nio'.it i:i ,, Eo loud In prtiiso of postal savings bank. MlOl't f it.' it FwstTroll.'StatuStr.W'Mim';niOVCl;0:i to If a provision van offered loan tho Utah. money to the people direct, insttutd of The popuPirlintibetwnen point' in Utal-..- . sheet in to bankers, not a plutoc-rutiJoseph Long. C. R. S. tho laud would favor it, because the Aliltwrg, F. .v ThAIN' I.EAVl! Ha v t; bankers would bo unitedly opposed to it iSo'iiif ('oinsr North. of every leading dally Tho pnL!h,h( 0, It? u.m. C,o3 p.m. S,'w n.m. C.,15 p.m.olislaves-itho bankers are absolute If yon ctintt'toiiUtc a trip to a iy garchy. ' Fustmaster General Gary was Inter first rMiKult tlio Oiv.irt point, viewed at tho Waldorf hotel In Now Short Liii Aguut. If li- U n'rt York recently and declared himself in t with supplied t'irog!i ticket Yi'ill favor of postal savings, saying that the to wish o,o to, iio tin' pniai: you plan would not now be opposed by the ;. for yon. banks as it had been formerly. "Postal savings banks would help the 1). R. Kcr.jje.?,(J. P. .'T. X other banks ami they would constitute L II. i:,'t.-'.- s, G. i'. M. oue of the greatest manufacturers of S'rcil Lake City. patriotism," said tho postmaster gen eral, and that is tho keyuote to all the ' interest Uun by The Record and others f; COIIICN, of favor l if the subsidized pre. iu .(illANTEil x. o'li'. postal au, ajvlngs banks. he bill introduced by Senator Bnt- of the MT'uud published' lu Tho Express a few cotmths ago is very similar lu purport tt)4he oue above mentioned, but it proji,-- i ,v.i y., vides that interest be paid at the rate of Cnmp No. 3.VS Wcrdrreti or t Instead of 2 per cent It possesws Mahogany the World meets every Thursday no feature any better than The Record'! nix'ht in the A. O. F, Hill, Murray. bill, aud come feature, are uioro to be i.ivcry am? i'OcdStabl;.. A. C. Statin. 0. C. condemned. . rub-H- e Acvfinuty..titiis iiiisitrpitssi-.lL. A. Corr.' ano. Clerk. Every rcuder should write to his and senator remonstrating ServJtit at nil hours, ai;;M au.l agaiurt this partnership betweeu the lay. government aud the banks. l'ric-t-- ' Hint Ihe Pcoplo ami Government should be for the whole people and not for the benefit of a priv'i':aie. ileged few. The placing of the people' deposits with the bonks will be a special favor i to a class. Refusing loans to an individual with onquostiof d security and making loans to a corporation of uncertain standing is - s .........73a not in the interest') of tho people, but ,,..-that is just win. I is contemplated by V.o : v o TO GET A DRINK ItKVOR'-every old party advocate of a postal ;.: j'v saving system. t;oixc; ro Let it be distinctly understood that 7 we favor postal saviugs bunks, but let AT it also be understood that direct loans 5Tl. to tho people is the only wuy iu which the government should loan out tho accumulated funds. Chicago Exprc--a Are Never Undersold. Grist Work a Specialty. Highest Cash pricepaid for Wheat. e OFFICE: 37 Cummerrwl Sfnct, V. phone 128. Utah iA'BiG Stoci OF MOW T 4wi 4 At the Lowest Salt Lake Prices. "Picture Our Pries: zr , Upholstering and Repairing Special Bargains in fremiti If and Store, Murray Furniture 3.ATC lit..-.'- ki-rx- FUF i.;-n!- fA- ' VA.- , . 8.. r.-f j tuji j , i" Carp Fflafoogany Woodmen m&JM Wc rid! ,yr,J.j,fc ta 1 TH3 La 3t chance: : , ; v salt lakk. THE APP.Y"-- i0UR Bcsta! Wines, Liquors Cigers - I mining wempcihy. s Proprietors r hn:i Eariors- - tha War. Men who voted for MeKinley, who 4ol West 2nd Soul It Ftree:. pilgritued to the Canton shrine to lise,iSal Lt.'rLo t;iii ten to the "fifth reader" speeches of tho major candidate and we're out their Siiver or Aniiilaui (fir hoes iu torchlight processions, what i short time) only ."ill onis 0. S. OLSEN. Proprieto-are they doing now? Trampling Repub Finest Crown u:i"l Rriilje work lican badges into the dust aud venting SrATE STItKf.T, Ml'RRAV, UI'AH;i'.t if.isotial.lo nil. :. their Hiiger ou tho president's picture. Only office' in tit.! city liaviiv.; What superlative folly! What consumLstdy oprraitir. It will pij- - joit mate jtisiackcrio! And withal how suEAItNEST KOCiNUX. to call ou them wliiloiii ti.ccitv. premely ridiculous is this iuqotnt exhibition of their rau'ci Bnt then it was Altonifv-at- Law. ever thus with that gTeat American niulo we cull the toiler. This ia en Rooms 305-- 0 Atlns Llock. mid. as heretofore remarked, by the Stt.T I.ak Cirr. I'tiii. way. James Fitzgerald iu Knights of 11 O . pns-Ni- lalxir Journal Dot of m It.former. Are you doing anything, my brother, in the way of aseistiug your friends and ueighlair to U'fderst.ind correct principles of reform? A true reformer never should bo idle, should never give up the tight lie may sometimes become a little discouraged wbeu he sees men who ueed reform, who need a ehauge for the bettor, who will continue to vote against tin ir ow a interest und the interest of their country at large, but this should from doing yiur duty and not kep all in your power for the right aud for the tiual trumpu of our principle. Vi'oodb'iry Mi''us;er. , II1I-KHI..- ' ' ' p.m-- - '' . ( wakos. Htiy direct froia p , : ; I ". Ihe iiihuufiicturer.save fmtn fl., tu ;',, J Nri'V.;1. SOS Kiclitaoi-iloalfr'e urnKta. Our ! Elver, llotteet wheel on the market Co It 'i K;d Si v i-- tf'v'.'f ! .lumbiis beels ahtsvs ready. Iiestrec l.l.l.Aw.Vn:'. j 'whet-l' S tu.rinr.ie Snuiii.noei onls in 18J7 of any made, rit't i"i;s .1'.' Vest i li.nl South 'second hand wl.ed-- t or every t:i!t Mi.p., .v.;, ; Write for particular bow to get wheel L 'l'e Cv. Th water. f tb.en :,,n, k,H ' tt auto cu' forra'anii, rl.; tiiv.if:. r. free. Send fot 1SSM cslslogue. ferv..ii:-.Tru. Jl lwiM A. Toi.MAN Co , oe'iin'. i.i. ii' e. , j tf !'.VJ Wabash Ave., Chicago. ,teru ..ud k'eh.ef tiisi '7 1 I , Po-d- . ! j ,K '.''. '