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0 TUESDAY APRIL 1SS5
Price delivered by carrier 76cts per month
By mail I year 7rfK C niouth 400 3
months 200 0
SemiWeekly 3 per year t2 eight months
fl four months
Advertising rates furnished at office
SALT LAKI DEMOCRAT COMPANY
ALFALES NOTING EDITPB
PARTISANS OF THE PAST
It has been the lot of few men tp exer
1 cise a more profound influence upon the
formation of a government than was
I
that of Alexander Hamilton upon our
own His influence upon the Constitu I
tion was probably greater than that of
any other one man lie early and clear
ly saw the fatal defects of the Articles of
Confederation and his theory as to those
Articles eventually became the accepted
one That instrument was defective in
more ways than one but as it was tenta
j tive in the experiment of a national
colo
I government for the independent 0
nies it may be doubted whether
a stronger centralization of the power of
government such as was adopted when L
the present Constitution was made the
repository of the power of the general gov
ernment would not likewise have fallen I
upon evil times evil from inexperience
and not from intention
The solicitude of Hamilton was more
for the Nation as an entirety than for the
rights and reserved powers of the States
in fact he looked upon the reservation of I
oI
any right by the Statesand not controlled I
by the General Government as an anom
aly and a thing of danger to the Nation
In this he was the very antipodes
of Jefferson who maintained that the
safety of the Nation as well as of the
States depended upona strict construc
tion of the Constitution and questions
of doubt as to whether a power was
lodged with the General Government or
retained by the States or the people he
0 resolved in favor of the States as against
the General Government Jefferson be
lieved in a balance of power between the
two governments while Hamilton held 1
that the preponderance of power ought
to and must be with the General Govern
ment Hamilton had been nurtured so
to speak in the English school of politics
I and believed more in the efficacy of a
strong central government to protect our
national interests and preserve our liber
ties than in a retention of certain sove
reign rights as to various internal and
domestic affairs by the States If Ham
ilton was of the English school of poli
tics Jefferson was of the French school
of the Rights of Man and being of this
school he believed in the rights and
the power of the people themselves
He realized that the creature is inferior
I to the creator and that government is
a creation of man and as such should be
0
the instrument to attain an end and not
an end and an object of itself This dif
0 ference of views ha been the difference
of all parties in the United States as
these two men Alexander Hamilton and
Thomas Jefferson were the founders of
the Federalist party and the Republican
party Both these great men left their
impress upon our institutions and in a
discrimination between their extreme
views will be found a very just esti
mate of our government as it is today
and as it will most likely remain
It is almost impossible to believe that
there was such bitter personal feeling
between these two men as there was and
as one reads the scathing and bitter
things that were said by each of the
other it is impossible not to regret that
such great men should stoop to such 1
small ways And this quarrel of these
two men has embittered party strife in
this country until either has cursed the
other until that other has become a
traitor and all else that party hatred can
think of and wish its opponent to be
But a better and juster view is now ac
cepted and each party recognizes that
the oilier is not so bad as it was said to be
UNTO THE BREACH ONCE MORE
DEAR FRIENDS
That the Tribune of this city is an able
paper none who know what an able
paper is will deny but the Tribune is
not an immaculate paper and when the
thin veneer of its independence is
scratched a little we find beneath it
what An ultraRepublican paper that
flies into the face whenever anything
is said against the policy of the Repub
lican party or in favor of a Democratic
Administration It is a Republican
0 paper that never has and never will get
over the issues of the campaign of I860
and sorrows because those who were
crushed were not annihilated and when
the present Administration nominated
Mr Phelps of Vermont as Minister to
I
0 England the Tribune forgot its independ
ence and seemed to remember only its
Republicanism Was anything else to
be expected for was it not long since
told in Bible lore that the leopard could
not change its spots Tho Tribune first of
all objected to this nomination because
Mr Phelps had not taken up arms during
the Rebellion like tens and hundreds of
thousands yes millions of just such men
0 as Minister Phelps who were in the
North It seems that some were in the
West and for best I
reasons known to
themselves too AVc do not wish to
make any insinuations against the editor
of the Tribune for we honestly think that
he always was amid will be a Union man
and the absence of Mr Phelps from the
field of battle should not be insinuated
against any more than the absence of the I
gentleman who is so opposed to Mr
Phelps But this was not all Behind
this intense patriotism therelurked an
intenser partisanism and the insults to
the Nation of which it now makes so
much were not alone its grounds of dis
like
The following was among the reasons
assigned for its dislike of the new Mini
ster 0
sterAll
All the evidence goes to show that the
services of Phelps to either party or
ountry have been evil He is one of
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those polished intellectual men who has
has not been in heart down among the
masses of his party or country for years
and the reason which has come for his
appointment is that he did not ask for it
Is it unAmerican to be a polished
intellectual man and not be forever
lauding the masses and catering to their
every whim if the whim is not in accord
ance with the ideas of a polished intel
lect Isit not better to occasionally rise
even in heart above the masses than to
b e forever content with their condition
Mr Phelps did not deny this speech
before because he did not deem it wor
thy of a denial but now that it has come
into i being again and it is sought to injure
him h before the whole Nation and to cast re
flections upon the new Administration he
does deny it No it was not sad news to
theDEMOCKAT but we knew it would be
to the Tribune for it loves to think there
is i nothing decent in Democracy and this
same denial proves that even a polished
intellectual i Democrat can be decent
Nor again does the DEMOCRAT deem
it i chaste and valorous to insult
the mothers who sacrificed their
sons at their countrys call any more
than it does to insult those who sent
their sons to fight for what they believed
was their country and who lost their
j sons and that cause and who now ac
knowledge that their sons died in a
cause that was not worthy to win
Is anyone n ore wont to expound the
Constitution than the Tribune unless it i
be the News And the one expounds it as
well as the other So true is this that
the Tribune has come to think itself the
beginning and the end of Americanism
and has been such from everlasting until l
everlasting and will be
Yes the editor of the DEMOCRAT can
say on which side he would have bee n
in the war and he would have been on
nd
the Federal side for if ever the world
saw a righteous cause it was the one for
which that grand and nobte old man
John Brown of Harper Ferry died at
Charleston Court House But we believe
that the heart which so fervently beat for
freedom would never have remembered
the wrongs of the oppressor after the op
pression had ceased
We likewise believe with the editor of f
the Tribune in evolution but if ever we
become such Americans as it says are
true American just make usa
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a grave where the sunbeams rest
When they promise a glorious morrow
S A GOOD BEGINNING
The action of Mr Orson Arnold yes
terday in pleading guilty to the charge of
ofd
unlawful cohabitation and his frank and
manly avowal of his intention to hence
forth obey the laws of his l country is a
thing of moment in the Utah problem
It was a startling thing to those who
were in the court room and to many who
were not It is impossible to say whether
his example will be followed by many who
are in the same situation as Mr Arnold
but it is an example to he commended
and being the first step in that direction
it will not be so hard for others to follow
With those who know Mr Arnold there
I will be no doubt of his sincerity his de
clarations of his intentions to obey the
law and to induce others to do the mee
Many have thought as Mr Arnold has
done but until yesterday not one has
been found to make known his thoughts
and act in accordance with h
his convictions That more will
lle
follow in this same line will not be
doubted by those who know anything of
oft
the present intellectual status of a vast
number of the Mormon p ople for long
since they became sick of the evasion of
truth and the unmanly running away
which many have done Mr Arnolds
action surmounts the greatest difficulty
in all reformsthe beginning of them
and he should be honored for his con
duct and the community be congratu
lated
THE charge of Judge Zaue to the Grand
Jury this morning is a proper charge to
make and if the gentlemen composing
that body follow out their instructions
they will have much work much revil I
ing will become traitors1 and raiders but I
most of all they will have earned the
reward of an honest manhood that could
not be deterred from
doing their duty nor
cajoled into believing their duty was other
than that indicated by the Court It will
be a sore set down to the Mutual Im
provement Associations to read that they
are not to be followed in preference to
the law Tile1 composition of the jury is
likewise noticeable as on it are not all
foreigners to Utah affairs
IN the editorial Hf yesterday entitled
The Way to Reform the quotation
with which the article ended was from
William Godwin and not Goodwin as
it appeared
IT is not as generally understood as it
should be that oysters have medicinal
qualities of a high order They are not
only nutritious but wholesome especially
in cases of indigestion It is said there
is no other alimentary substance not
even excepting bread that does not pro
duce indigestion under certain circum
stances but oysters never Oyster
juice promotes digestion By taking oys I
ters daily indigestion supposed to be
almost incurable has been cured in fact
they are to be regarded as onu of the
most healthful articles of food known to
man Invalids who have found all other
kinds of food disagree with them fre
quently discover in the oyster the required I
aliment Raw oysters are highly recom
mended for hoarseness Many of the
leading vocalists use them regularly be
fore concerts and operas but their strong
est recommendation is the remarkable
wholesome influence exerted upon the
digestive organs
l30CSECLEANX JSrG
Season is now here and
TULLID GE Co
Have received their Spring Stock of
vv ALL PAPER
Including every design and quality
II
Kalsomining House and Sign Painting
Bythe most skilled workmen and at
Reasonable Rates
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MISCELLANEOUS
I COOK GLANEIELD
Family Wholesale
BUTCHERS f
I S1ar Marke1
I First South Street West of Cunningtons
WE KEEP A CHOICE LINE OF
Beef
MeLttcDla
Veal
Ta1n
Pork I
And the best of everything in the meat
market
I Sausage a Specialty
I HATYKES BROS
BUTCHERS
F1osh BCOL
1uttcDz2 V oa1
xnD1 nnc1 Pork
Always on Hand
S tusago n Spocia1ty
201 s First East St Salt Lake City
Established 1869
KAHN BROS
The well known and Reliable Wholesale and
Retail
GROCERS
Country Dealers will find it to their ADVAN
TAG12 to send their orders to the above firm
In the
tbeBotai1
Botai1 DepartD1cnt
The FRESHEST and BET Goods are kept in
Stock
KAHN BROS
SALT LAKE CITY UTA
F E SCHOPPE
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
S T 0 V E S
Cast and Wrought Iron RANGES
27 I 3XT
Copper and SheetIron Work
253 S Main St Salt Lake City
ESTABLISHED 1SC1 1
JOSEPH E TAYLOR
UNDERTAKER
A Complete Stock of WOOD METALLIC and
CLOTHCOVERED
COFFINS AND CASKETS
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Constantly l on hand Also a full line of
BURIAL ROBES
Maspnic Odd Fellows and Knights of Pythias
emblems furnished on hearse
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Factory and ware
rooms No 253 E First South street Telephone
No 70
JOSEPH WM TAYLOR
C N D E E = I T A E E itt
Funeral Director and Kwbalmcr
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6JIlr A full line of Fine Cloth Metallic an
Rosewood Collins and Caskets and a Complete
Stock of Undertakers Goods Kept Constantly
on hand Open day and night
Lots i Graves Furnished in any Cemetery in City
All Orders Promptly Attended to
No 23 West Temple Street South
v Telephone No 351 P 0 Box 951
MOUNTAIN ICE CO
50 and 58 SECOND SOUTH STREEP
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
IOJE3
A large supply of ice of firstclass purity al
ways on hand
Dai1y Deliveries
Promptly attended to Come and see us
J HElL Jr Secretary
DRESS AKINC
Mr and Mrs DAVENPORTS I
DRESS AND CLOAK MAKING PARLORS
Also a firstclass
CLOTHES CLEANING
Establishment for ladies and gentlemens
clothing Having been In business in Los An
geles Cal
and Eastern cities we are thorough
artists in our line and are prepared to
give en
tire satisfaction to our customers
No 30 W Third South street Denhalters
new building
PENDLETOfl SON
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HORSESHOEING
A SPECIALTY
GO W Second South nearWalker
Opera House
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FURNITURE
MADSENS
Furniture Emporium
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
FURNITUBE
Upholstery Carpets
Of Every Description
I have Just opened in my New Warerooms the
IlIOSt E1egant
Finest and Complete Stock
OF
Furniture
Ever brought to Utah Call and examine
my Goods and Prices and satisfy
yourseJ f and remember
I am Never Undersold r
51 53 FIRST SOUTH STREET
East of Deseret National Bank and
42 S MAIN STREET
EN VV lII ads en
EARLY BREAKFAST
Cook Stoves
Paris Ranges Stove Trimmings
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
P W MADSEN CO
5153E First South St
BARRATT BROS
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GREENGROCERS
Pioneer Fruit Packing House of Utah
FRED C LYNGBERG
Dealer in Foreign and Domestic
FRUITS
Oysters Fish and Game
Nos 44 and 46 First South Street
H E FYS01ST
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G2een O Xc co 27
Xo 40 W First South Street
In Daily receipt of California Fruit and Vege
tables Fresh Fish Game and Poultry
31 B SOWLES II M MILLER
SOWLES MILLER
General Dealers in the
WHITE
Sewing Machines
Orders by Mail will Receive Prompt
Attention
NEEDLES PARTS AND EXTRAS ALWAYS
ON BAND
I
39 W First South St Salt Lake City
J LLOYD
Custom Boot and Shoe Maker
No 9 East Second South Street
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
Established 1869
J DA VIES
T A ii11c > 3FL 2
241 Opposite Walker House
Suits Made to Order Fit Guaranteed
per cent at 25
Cheaper
than any house in the west
Agent for Wanaker Brown
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I BANKS
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Oeseret National Bank
SALT LAKE CITY
Paid in Capital = 200000
Surplus 200000
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H S Eldredge President
Vm Jennings VicePrest 1
Feramorz Little J
John Sharp Directors
Vm W Riter 0
L S Hills Cashier J
Jas T Little Asst Cashier
Receives Deposits Payable on Demand
Buys and Sells Exchange on New York San
Francisco Chicago St Louis Omaha Lou
don cud principal continental cities
Makes Collections Remitting Proceeds
Promptlv
McCORNICK Co
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BA EHS
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
And Hailey Idaho
Transact Every Description of Banting
Business
CORRESPONDENTS
Importers and Traders National Bank N Y
Commercial National Bank Chicago Ills
First National Rank Chicago Ills
Chemical National Bank N Y
Omaha National Bank Omaha
First National Bank San Francisco Cal
Kountzc Brothers N Y
State Savings Association St Louis
Crocker Woolworth Co Francisco Cal
City National Bank Denver
T It JONES S J IYNN
T R JONES Co
BA IBnKIEIO
Salt Lake City 0 Utah
Transact a General Banking Business in
all its Branches
Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Exchange
Careful attention given to Collections and re
mittances made on day of payment
Long Loans made on City Real Estate at low
rates of interest
Special attention given to the Selling of Ores
ana Bullion of which Consignments arc
solicited
Advances made on ore Base Bullion Gold L
and Silver bars shipped for refining
CORRESPONDENTS
New York J B Colgate Co
Omaha Omaha National Bank
Chicago First National Bank
San Francisco Bank of California
Denver Colorado National Bank
Wells Fargo Cos
ZO A KTDES
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
General Banking Business Transacted
Foreign and Domestic Exchange bought and
gold
Special attention given to the purchase and
sale of ores and bullion
Returns for collections promptly made at cur
rent rates
Telegraphic transfers made and commercial
And travelers credit issued available in the
principal cities of the world
Having in addition to our Bank correspond
ents an Express Agency in almost every
town West of the Rocky Mountains affords us
special facilities for making collections and
executing commissions
Accounts of Banks and Bankers mercantile
and manufacturing firms corporations min
lug companies stock growers and individuals
received on favorable terms
CORRESPONDENTS
New York Wells Fargo Co
San Francisco Wells Fargo Co
Boston T Maverick National Bank
Chicago Merchants National Bank
Cincinnati Third National Bank
Denver u First National Bank
Omaha First National Bank
St t Louis Boatmens Savings Bank
New OrleamisLonisiania National Bank
Paris Lherbctte Kane 1 Co
Tx > udou Wells < argoCo
J E DOOLY Agent
THE EAGLE FOUNDRY
Macliine Co
IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS
AND
MACHINISTS
73 75 77 and 79 W Second South Street
SALT LAKE CITY
Manufacturers of Furnace Mining and
Milling Machinery Mining Cars and Car
I Wheels Slag Pots Burs and Pans for Sampling
Mills Etc Cast and Wrought Iron Fencing and
Cresting and all kinds of Builders Iron Work
including Ornamental Columns for front and
Interior Supports
Orders promptly filled and all work guar
anteed
Sugden Johnson
Fine Hardwood Finishers
STAININGSTORE 0
STORE FITTINGS I
COUNTERS
INLAIDWORK
Of Every Description
I
Contractors and Builders
Basement under the Postoffice
New JEWELRY Store
148 MAIN STREET
Entire New Stock
OF
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GOLD AND SIL VER WATCHES CHAINS
RINGS LACE PINS
Marble Bronze Ebony and Walnut Clocks
Solid Silver and Plated Ware
Remember all my goods are
Latest Styles new and of the
Jewelry manufactured to order
tice at short no
ticePlease
Please call and examine my stock and prices
L HOLLANDER
T
ELIASONS
142 MAIN STREET
You can find the largest assortment of
Gold Silver Watches
JEWELRY OF ALL KINDS
And everything needed In that line at
Very xO Vest Prices
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I HARDWARE MINING MACHINERY AND GENERAL SUPPiEg
I
j I GEORGE M SCOTT President H S RUMFIELD
JAMES GLENDINNING VicePresident Secreta17
Geo lYE ScottCO
The
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IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN has ia
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HARDWARE IRON STEEL IRON PIPE tio be at tOn Inti ma a1 0
tiojtli
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Miners Tools Stoves Tinware Etc nd lC
po I I Y
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AND A heIy a
0 The
Tavlol
General Assortment of Mill Fil1diugs 811db been
level
GRANITE IRONWARE AND DRIPPING PANS STAMPED JAPA tu tyra
BLACK POLISHED GALVANIZED AND PIECED TINWARE FINEI 0 0 oflicia
fai
BLACK SHEET AND GALVANIZED IRON LAPWELDED time eve
CHARCOAL IRON BOILER TUBES STEAM GAS above
AND WATER PIPE BRASS GOODS SEL It
DENS PATENT PACKING ETC ETC 0 enforc
entre
Also Cany in Stock a Full Line of Blakes Improved Steam Pumps and rUm st1tuh
ing Engines John A Roeblings Sons Cos Steel Wire Rope Vacuum ylinder hayed
and Engine Oil Hercules Powder Caps and Fuse Boston Beltinf Coinmnv bound
Patent Stretched Rubber Belting Stockholm Tar Pitch Rosin and e den
and n
LUBBICATING OILS But
much
Exclusive Agents for the Heavy SteelTempered Battery and Bolting Wire Cloth that p
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CuNNINGTONCO eteruit 5acre
CuNNINGTONCOTo Cc
To
poIvga
THE LEADING HOUSE IN UTAH FOR or pro
be 1US
F FAMILY AND MINING I I SUPPLIES E 8 I people absurd therefo onsti
Ther
We carry a full and complete stock of whole
lyanfl
Staple and Fancy Groceries which 1rieth i
slstentI
fortify
Wholesale and Retail In our
admen
LarLare ertment alleged tIle loVe
0 Togr
We carry a full line of Carpenters and Machinists Tools and all Kinds of Granite nient pi
ware Tinware Table and Pocket Cutlery In our sets
up
IVJiJIirig JTJrtmnt country and th
ter tnai
We carry a full stock of Candles Powder Fuse and Caps Picks Shovels Steel or who
Steam Fittings Etc Etc and we are Agents for sibility
other
GIMT pOWDER
> ORIENTAL SPORTING
The
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AND BLASTING POWDER their ake Oil sd
Hooker Pumps Howe Scales and the Crescent Extra Steel egardet
0 land havj
CUNNINGTON CO from capital alj
jjteeks aj
that the
L PARKE LACY CO balled now ill Lai L1
l pf the
laithful
1 v MACHINERY DEPOT Heid nost from del in j
4 Carry the most complete stock in the West feould ii
I azntsi
443 kiIL k Hoisting Engines Rock Brills Ithose vfli in
ItJie apost
Etn Iin 7 tf
AIN < LUCVIPRESQR The mr
i that thro
Westinglioiise Engines I Etc Ito of upon recen the
these lea
KNOWLES STEAM PUMPS meeting
thereth
they hay
AND ourse of
Snevitabl
Pumping Engines Boilers Many of
Blowers Fans brganizatl
Territorjj
Wire Rope Horse Whims Steam and Air Hose avoid d
to arrest
Iron Ei2e and IPi tings leaders
at Los
Hancock Inspirators Valvoline Cylinder and Machine Oils Chilled Iron Car Wheels have
Smelter Mill and Mining Supplies Contracts and Estimates °
made for Cornish Rolls Rock Breakers been h
would eJ
e
Concentrating and Stamp Mills and Smelters Ullage
Machinists Tools city wind
Woodworking Machinery etc etc Send
for circulars anizatid
Office and Warerooms herefa
259 Main
Street
Salt lake
City he hiat
0 0 a confesl
lie lm
BURT MARSH necessar erday
away
If tho
friend ir i
PLAIN AND ORNAMENT PLASTERING probabli from the
Pect onl
DEALERS IN to whielj
General Plasterers It is prel
Supplies pre
Plastering Hair
Plaster of Paris istratior
The Best in the Market Quality Guaranteed strated
A Larae Qiiantitv Of r 11 + a P nQC timely will rect
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IIVING PaICms 0 conferer tion
Whitewashing and Calcimiiiing a Specialty six the mor cou
Office
N No 31 f S West Temple Street
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JOHN TAYLOR SON fav lank or
IErLcjIILNLIw PEIInicDI i gra WUA JJ
vome ij
ESTABLISHED IN 1865 the
vai
Have just Youn
received a Choice
Lot of y Sir
SPRING AND SUMMER WOOLENS pin my
iyou See
Of the LATEST STYLES which they offer at REDUCED RATES Mrstcl Wit
and makeup before having Can and examine our daug
your measure taken elsewhre uaughti
40E Second South LPar
Street SALT LAKE CITY hent UT
MORRIS I
The Painter
SALT LAKE CITY BOTTLING NOAKS
r Parsons Prop
Manufacturers of
SODA WATER
GINGER ALE
SARSAPA
RILLAand
and CHAMPAGNE
CIDER
tag Examine elsewhere our Goods and Prices before buy
22 Commercial Street
0 tnis tool
r MASON CO Wa
Wholesale and Retail i ° Ofl
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DEALERS IN LUMBER this Oh eve i
A ne
s SPANISH CEDAR time feet
bee
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Large assortment of Pockets
Double and Single Strength n LSS I YOung niay v rl
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k Eastlak Bffors and Finish that withth nj
WOman
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225W South Temple Street
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