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k f Nsir YORK November The gams
lit J and losses in returns of the board of
n j canvassers so far as the canvass has
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Id i been made as compared with the press
1a returns sent out on election night was
> Sj i as follows First Assembly District
Third Election District Blaine gains
I ten votes Seventh Election Dis
trict Thjrd Election District
Cleveleland gain three votos Twelfth
a Election District Cleveland gains one
vote Fifteenth Election District Cleve
1 e I Seventeenth Election
j land loses one vote
thj tion District Cleveland loses one vot
ty Seventeenth Election District Blaine
t gains seventyeight votes and Cleveland
r loses 155 Votes Third Assembly Dis
> r I trict Sixteenth District Cleveland Jsoes
d I two votes Twentyhrafc Election DIs
d I trict Cleveland gains two votes Twerttj
u i third Election District Cleveland gahis
d i one vote Twentysixth Election Dis
e I trict Blaine loses three votes Fourth
ie i Assembly District Twelfth Election
o c I District Cleveland loses ten votes
ii TvyentyBrst Election District Bl i le
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NEW YOR K Ifovember lp t > ote pn
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Presidential ticket canvassed by the
board of canvassers iSWfolIows1 First
tz Assembly ti District S Ejourth Election
District missing Blame 2231 Cleve
1 land 4265 Butler 92 St John 15
Ir Second Assembly District Blaine 2130
II Cleveland 5239 Butler 94 St Jolin
1 82 Third Assembly iDistnck Blaine
2624 Cleveland 5111 Butler 12Gf St
John 142 Fourth As embly DistricT
Blaine 5391 rievelhnfl 63221 Butler
r 158 St John 10 Fifth Assembly Dis =
I trict Blaine 2GOJ Cleveland 4508
Butler 125 St John 17 Sixth Assem
bly District Blaine 2R50 Cleveland
5612 Butler 12 St John 5 Seventh
Assembly District two election
districts missing Blaine 4653 Cleve
land 4242 Butler 88 St John 74
Eighth Assembly District Blaine 4722
c1 cland11AO J3u tier J39 St Jdhn 19
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IGAGOJ November IS liTll i i second
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annual conyen ion 01 American stock
men assembled at the Sherman House at
lt this iqorning Nearly I five hundred T
< delegat were present DeWitfSmithof
111 was elected temporary chairman
The roll call showed delegates present
c from twentytwo Statesand Territories
committees on permanent organization
and order of business wae e appointed
r Jot one < nernlJQr from each State and
Territory represented
Several gentlemen from Omaha were
invited to take part in the convention
which at noon adjourned till halfpast
2 this afternoon This evening GeO
B Loring of Massachusetts United
States Commissioner of Agriculturewill
readapaperiqn cattle Among the pa
ler to be presented to the convention
i areo eon Sanitary Science byJ D
Hopkins of Wyoming Danger from
Chronic Case of Pleuropneumonia
by Dr Gardsden of Philadelphia also
one by Dr Salmon of the United States
Treasury Commission and others
Cholera
r aP November 13F tom midnight
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I 10 noon toaaythere were Jthirtythree
r I 1 deaths from cholera in Paris nineteen
of winch were in hospitals The re
vised report for yesterday gives a total
of eightyone deaths all but twentyof
which occurred in hospitals Eighty
four freh cases were received into the
hospitals yesterday
1 BdNbsARits yiaGal eshm No
veuufier 13 Another case of cheolershas
i Appeared r here causing great alarm
j Xhe strictest quarantine will be ob
served on all vessels coming from
I France Three Italian steamers are ex
pected coo i they will notTje Meowed
I to entering port Tlhel p esffi censures
the agent of the Italian line and all
others who have tried to avoid the san
I t regulations
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1 Michigans Delegation
DETROIT November 13The Con
gressional delegation in this State stands
f I 7 Fusionists to 4 Republicans a gain of
1 for the Fusion The Fusionists lost 2
I and gained 3 Congressmen making the
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r Thousands Say So
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Mr T W Atkins Girard Kansas
ritesI never hesitate to recommend I
S I your Electric i Bitters to nry customers i
they give entire satisfaction and are
Tapid sellers Electric Bitters are the
purest and best medicine known and
will positively cure kidney and liver
0 l xomplaihts purify tli blood andregu
I late the bowels No family can afford
I to be without them They will save
hundreds of dollars in doctors bills
everyvear Sold at 58c a bottle by Z
< J M t Brug Store
What are the desirable qualities in a
whisker dye It must be convenient to
use easy to apply impossible to rub off
elegant in appearance and cheap in
price Buckinghams Dye for the Whis
nogirgnpt 111 > iu itself all heseancrite > Try it
PRICKIY Asn BITTEBS purely veg
etable in composition It acts directh
on the liver kidneys stomach tand
towels affording relief and a carinail
cases
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Roscoe Conklinjr for United Stated
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NEwYoa November 13The World
ttija morning in an editorial on the
next Senator from New York says
Would il7 not be to tne honor of the
State and to the credit of the peope if
party considerations could be laid aside
and the Legislature be induced to ten
der the United States Senatorshjp
iuilanunousjy to Rogcoe Conklmjg
The Graphic this afternoon injan ed
itorial > veryiConiphin en tar y to Conk
ling savs Now ii ilr Conkling should
be the Democratic candidate United
btatesSenator has lie friends enough
among the 3SpQblicans of tIre Legisla
ture to secure Ins election
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New York Heralds Figures
NEW YORK November l3The Jlcr
ild in ifs auinTnalry df theHote of New
Yorlj Stately counties a8 far as ascer
tt in dby the official count gives Cleve
land a plurality of 1254 votes In the
caseof the six counJies however where
the canvassers ddjourned owing to some
techniCality and where the plurality
may be changed the unofficial figures
I are given The votes for Butler and St
John are as follow St John 22769
Butler 12539 In the coun
I ties already 1 canvassed there is no
material change in the majorities
since yesterday Blaine has gained one
vote m Columbia and two In St Law
rence County and lost two votes in
Schujler makiitg hisnetgain one vote
Qlqyelanu has gained six vptes in Kings
ailulosf ten in Oneida ruaking his net
losa four vptes This reduces Cleve
lands plurality by five Totes making it
now 1254 Only three counties have
not yet furnished their official result
Franklin Greene and New York
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CLEVELAND November 13A rumble
and shock believed to be caused by an
exploSioiiitToh ll > was plainly heard
and felt this morning at Leavittsburg
distant fr > ni Toledo about 50 miles on
an air line from here li2 miles cast from
Toledo Persons who observed the mo
tion thou ltt itWas an earthquake At
Chagrin Falls twentyfour miles south
eaStrbfhere it was supposed cannons
were being fired in this city over the
election returns and telephone inqui
ries were made to ascertain what the
artillery salute signified
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The Lucky Horse Shoe
I ALLEN xawixPa November = Som
time ago John J Shadt of this citysent
a beautifully fillisled horse shoe beat
ing thewords I buck toGo v Cleveland p
The following acknowledgment was
received today Since the receipt of
your present the contest has been de
cided yi favor of the party which I rep
feifeiit P ahull give due credit to the
horse shoe for what has already hap
pened and shall carefully preserve it in
the hope that it may bring success to
my efforts to give to the people good
government
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Amerlcan Vest Indies Treaty
j MADRID November 13At the Cabi
net Council last evening the Minister of
II foreign affairs announced the con
clusion of a treaty of commerce between
Americaand the Spanish West Jjidies
He stated that a fewunimportantfqueisii i
tioris1 pertaining to sugar ahdcereals
were still open but they were not likely
I l to interfere with the final adoption of
t the treaty
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Murdered for Money
DESVEB November 12 Kobeit Stand
ring and wife were discovered dead this
rnorningS 1 at Their houseon r II f a janch
seven miles from Pine Grove a small
station on the South Park road The
circumstances indicate they were mur
dered for money Standring was one of
the Colorado pioneers quite wealthy
and well known qnd was an ordained
preacher6f the antipolygamy branch
of the Mprrnon church
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J I 5 I Greelr ff
WABn1MiTO5 T D GrNovember13
Lieutenant Greelj called at the War
fDepartraent todayafter reporting Kia
brrival lotGeneral Hazeri f at the signal
office and paid his respects to Secretary
Lincoln S
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LOUISVILLE Ky November l3The
official returns from the Ninth district t
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show that Wadsworth Republican
elected to Congress over Powers Demo
crat by 300 majority
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LoSDO l November 13 Bullion from
Holland to the amount of 60000
was again purchased in the open market
yesterday for shipment to America
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CLEELSD November ISThe shock
feltthisrmocning in various places of
I NorlhernOluo7 IS attributed to the ex
I plosion of a dynamite factory Toledo
i THE BEsrbrands French Gold Paint
LuDLES
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THE Exposition Universclle de Part
I CuIinaire awarded the highest honor
to MGOsreR BITTERS as the most cfli
cacous stimulant to excite the appetite
and to keep the digestive organs in good
order Ask for the genuine article
imahufflcfured J1ybtDrJ G Sei
I g erl Sonfe andTeware of imitations
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LATEST styles of Jerseys Newmarkets
landfjPxUssian Cucularsa1 very low
t 1 prices at T frt > onh
F AUERBCU J3RQ8
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THE NEW YORK JREURNS
Thereultoftlie officijcanvass of New York State isgivi bclo with th
exceptio1i iidt1d t t thl1 > oftofuJ
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11AEOUNTIZS J i tt d C
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Alb any 1 i r v J iJ J f7681845 9i1 e 312 647
Allegany 3 S 1 6668 3886 7m 450 2782
Broome 711257dO 144 4f 8 14e2
Cnttltraugus 7463 6065 372 9JO 1898
Cayuga 1 9206 t 6OU 421 511 3165
Ghautauqua i od 06iO 5861 4111 510 48OJ
Chemung 5198 4719 61a 185 479
Chcnango I 4410 t4 Mj 1052
GlilltOJl 54735151 19 35 822
Columbia 6424 5854 38 168 fiiO
lJorthmd 4042 2774 112 i75 2iS
Delaware 5934 4956 111i 437 9i8
Dutchcls 9701 8677 S 498 1014
Erie 1 14o
Esse 4 551 2776 61 65 1775
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Franklin d 1650
Fulton U r 4617 3524 38 227 1033
Cienessee 4631 3643 41 356 988
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Hamilton 521 5G7 3 21 46
Herkimer Jjf 6138 5828 56 327 810 r
Jefferson 90297075 tsg 636 lM1 J
1572
Kings f k j
Lewis 3854 Sy8 14 114 l 76
tivingstone 51g1 40i9 118 375 1152
Madison 6608 4864 86 5 1744
Monroe t of 0076
Montgomery7 5505 5413 4S 131 92
New York t 4322G
Nia p1ra f 5575 6193 318
Oneida j M 1379013820 189 894 ro
Onongaga L 16892 13165 99 601 3727
OntarIO 5643 223 739
i t 601 0 127 >
ordnger J9JG8 9841 175 647 127
Orlenjr z 11 3997 2908 68 669 IOS9
Oswego 5 1 9976 7434 265 560 2M
Otsego j 6671 7307 S4 432 66
Putnam j 5 J 2103 1526 4 99 5u
Queens t 00 8445 10367 270 201 19221
Rensse1er 13759 13414 686 416 345 1
RIchmond fi r 3164 1135 75 90 S I I 971
Rockfand t 2592 3697 28 123 11105 I
St Lawrelice f < e9 j 13441 60351 20 311 7400
Sarl1tfgl 1 8190 5836 rl 42 234
Schenectady I r I r 8260 2m 11 100 l 253
SehohRrie i 1 L s 5 J S 4721 5339 1 17 173 1567 I
Schuy1r 2616 2039 111 1M 57i
Seneca 4 3309 3627 59 119 nS
Stclben 10ot7 9WO 557 001 087
Suffolk f rOOj 5876 6429 51 17
St1l18n rN 333 3hOll z 53 JIS I 975
llOga 4367 33i 202 40 988
Tornpkins I cL 4420 3W 27 37J 11423
n 9929 9870 157 4Q 59
tHsteri > t u tJ
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Wltrren p 3577 279J 170 231 784
Washington J 7337 4222 115 255 3115
Wsrl1e 6843 1730 468 433 2U3
Wegtcl ester r Ijjt Jidr 11262324 255 437 1238
Wyoming r 4411 i 4S3 1252
Yates 8191l1fl1S lID i3
Jr h f 1
f iJ1IP0ta1 tiS459 J r
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I Oleveland Plurality I I 14i 1
Gttie votes of fhecountiesaiarked ithstars are not the official returns but
have been made up from reports received at variouSjtinies since the election Lit
tli or 1110 change u illjbe made in rthe above figures
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LIGHTNING FLASHES t
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1 fcatti was 4 condemned tcpay tlie costs
of the divorce snit <
Fiftyeight deaths from cholera in
Pariaimce Wednesday midnight
An actors fund benefit will be given
on the 4th prox at which numerous
stars will perform
Neta Medium and Maxey Cobb trotted
a mile in 2l5lialf a second better
time than Work team
I jSwaims 1 5 counsel lias been decided
ngaiI1it in regardJtofthe legality of the
court IlLs trial will begin Saturday
The Swiss government forbids trains
from France to cross the frontier with
out a rigid medical mspection
Governor Cleveland has eommuni
ated with the board ofhenilth regard
lag the cholera and steps will be taken
to enforce quarantine
I TheDcmocrats Washington D Cf
and vicinity celebrated Cleveland and
Hendricks election Thursday night by
a grand torchlight procession
Duncan C Ross has challenged any I
man in the world to wrestle for 5000 or
10 OOO and has deposited 250 forfeit
with the mayor of Cleveland 0
lAt Bropklyn Thursday Independent
Republicans met to Jorgunifce perman
ently Beecherwas there and said in
local politics he was a Republican in
national u Democrat f f
While the procession was moving in
Washington on Thursday night a
negro fired into the column and shot ot
torchbearer named Sullivan the col
ored man was locked upj j f S
t A telegram from Gordon at Khar
toum dated August 26 was rend in the
Commons yesterday savings Psrovi
skins for five manth shall send Stewart
with French and English consuls to the
relief of Dongola after destroying Ber
t ber JJ
I berAt the St ckmens Convention in
4 Chicago a permanent organization was
effected yesterday DeWitt Smith of
Illinoisj > residentt Thomas Sturgis J of
Wspmlng 8ecj tary t i IrfeRrgc i
Morrow of Illin iS sistU rtary
I Each State f and Territory was allowed
one vicepresident
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DAILY WEATHER REPORT
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WR DEraRXEIFs
Dlvlion of Telegram and Reports for the
benefit of Commerce and Agriculture
S SAITLAKE CITY November 14 ISSL
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441 841 12 SA1
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B r meter Jm 008 JS9 301
Thermometer 3901 430 537 405
Huinklityi 57 56 4S 57
Direction ofWind i tE KE Ie C ltE
MilespcrHour 1 2 0 2
Bate of Weather i Fair Cdy Cdy Clear
M LTh r 53 L n l1MilL Thor 320
TM JL l Time i f JflL 1
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CiiBO November 13A later dis
patch from the Mudir states that one of
the Muhdia chief lieu tenants is march
ing against Dongola with 12000 men
and another with 9000 men is advanc
ing against the Kabbebish tribe
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SHILOHS CURE will immediately
I relieve Croup Whooping Cough and
Bronchitis For sale at A C Smith J
I Coos Drug Storei p 14
No Deal with the Kep
NEW YORK November laTheStar
regarded the Tammany orgn says
The Tammany Hall committee of
seven appointed on the part of the
Tammany organization to watch the
canvass of the electoral ticket held a
long conference this evening I with the
chairmen of the Democratic National
I and State committees to positively deny
the fcxibtence of any deal between Tam
many Hall and the Republican Alder
men affecting the Presidential count
ExSenator Forster chairman of the
delegation satisfied the representatives
of both tile committees that the Tam
xiany supervisors would permit no ac
tion in the board which would lose the
Democratic electoral ticket a single
vote lie further volunteered his ser
vices to the committee to act jointly
with the national and State representa
tives and to carry out faithfully any
instructions which they deemed would
beneficial to the national ticket
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A Bad Actor
l NKVF YORK November 13 Jatneb Ky
nJ an actor in Johnny Thompsons
Eight street theatre w nt into a liquor
store adjoining the theatre lust night
accompanied by Lillie Ellis of Brook
lyn Shortly afterwards a pistol shot was
heard and Lillie was found on the floor
bleeding from d bullet wound in her
head The bartender says that Ryan
and the woman were in the back room
when the shot was fired Ran says
the woman threatened tfI shoot herself t
j if he did not accompany her home He
affirms that he was not in the room
when the shooting oc urcd The Wet
manwaa taken to the hospital and dietl
this morning Ryan was l before the po
lice magistrate today and will June an
examination on Saturday S
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NEW YOKE November 13 + The aldefl
men have granted the Surface Railway
Company permission to build a road oni
Broadway from the Battery to the I
Fifteenth street the rosd to py into1 I
the city treasury 3 per cent of its gross
receipts The amount of 40000 a year is
1 guaranteed < I I
Jaarzmliat Dead l I
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NEW YORK November 13 Isaac
Henderson associated with William
Cullen Bryant in the ownership of the
Evening Post died today aged 71
Wm BREOEMEYER DrPh1
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and Idaho Notary Public Geological Ex
aminations Reports on Mining Properties
SuxveVs Mines Railroads and Canals and
superintends the workings ofthe same Pre
pPC3 estImates an4 pIau for opening sod
working mlnC3 oxperton mining guestiom
I befoie < < tl e courts AaaressrJiO Box 1157 f
Salt Lale City Utah d
S Tlie GsJieTteer I
The following excellent I notice of the
Utah Gnsftteer published in the last
number of Slorgenstjrnen will be read
with interest by Scandinavians gener
ally
Utah Gazetteer er Navnet paa en
vardifuld Bog forfattet 6g sAmlet af
Robert tV SlC5iin og ndgivet af Hcr31d
Printing and Publishing Company
Salt Lake City begtnaeudc af omtrent
650 Side tint trykt Lasestof Den
giver en tuldstiendig hiatonsk krono
logisk statistisk og videnskabelig Be
skrivelsc over Utah som et Hele amt
Territoriets forskjellige Countie og de
allerfleste af Byerne med Navneregiater
over alle Embedamandsaavel verdslige
som kirkelige j ogsaa et mldstanidigt
Forretaingdregister for hele Terrioriet
amt en oinfattCndcVejvider for de fire
storste Byer i Territoriet nemlig Salt
Lake City Ogden Logan og Ppevo Det
er paa en Gang en Bog der vcd forste
Ojesyn anbefaler sig selv til enhver
Elsker af sandfterdig o paalidelig
Oplysning og den indeholaer omtrent
Alt hva tIer tidligere har vieret trykt i
mindre Varker af samme Slags Vi
kunne ikke Andet end anbefale dette
hojst ny ttige Vaerk til alle Forretnings
nuend Embedsnijend og Publikum i
Almindelighed som det bedste Voerk af
sit SIngs der nogensindehar vreret pub
liseret i Utah Bogen er til Salgs paa
Herald Ofiice Hjornet if West Tem
ple og 1st South Street og koster 5350 I
pr ExpI 1
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Restaurant Saloon
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Proprietors
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j i OLD STAND OF J T CLASBEY
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The REST OIA > T will be open at ALL
HOURS of the day and night It will be un
der the personal supervision ofMr Din
rf woqdey which is guarantee that It ttill be
First class in every particular
f A Choice Lunch from42 to 2 25c
The SALOON will be presided overt by Mr
I McTiernay whose experience in that line
will enable him to make it
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Mrs M G LAPHAM
rCLOAKS MB SUITS
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SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
Established 1876
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Sole Agent for McCalls Bazar Patterns I
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The Bazar Dressmaker with over 700 illus
trations 20c by maiL
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DR WARNERS CORAL1NE CORSETS
Hoops Bustles Sattcen and Felt Skirts etc
I j Orders by Mail Specially Attended to
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Salt Lake Utah
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Meat delivered to all parts of town Tele l
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PATENT ROLL R MILts
Best GracpITHoller1 Pro
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DEANDS HIGH PATENT t STRAIGHT
BRANDS all warranted as good as any
made in Utah I
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Good Wheat I
Telephone tdtbe Mills Nor 05oOf3co
Idaho Bakery No 20 EecoriaHoutt Street E
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Livery and Feed Stables
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are the handsomeAt eyer seen and I <
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1 open a course for German scliOiat tIt f t
in Kalography Mathematics Frens J
language and in Music Please call utJ t
see THEODQK VETTEB AND WIFE
51 N First West or U S Sirvey I
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at Williams Youngs and be rewarded l f 1 I
HOME FOR SALE CHEAP qli I Hj t
T > RICK HOUSE OF TWO ROOMS HAlt t I
BRICK Summer Kitchen Coal Shel v j j I
Lot 7x10 two blocks north of TwentUM
Ward Meeting House Apply at this office1 I
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new Address ElIas Scrensen No 156 SI h
South Street half block east of State Ro
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