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I NEW YORK November 14A com
r parison ofj the returns from theeight
b districts thus far canvassed with the
bulletins sent put on election night by
1 I the City Press Association has resulted
n showing a net Republican gain of 351
votes In regard this the Post says
i this afternoon At first sight such a
rr statement seems important but in
f
t reality the changes thus far made have
La 710 effect upon Clevelands plurality as al
or ready announced The returns made
D up forthe newspapers on election night
a contained many errors but strange to
say subsequent careful examinations
C of the official returns make scarcely any
i change in the plurality for Cleveland
ne as given unofficially An explanation
o of thisis foundin the fact
that the errors made on one
nide were balanced with extraordinary
evenness by errors on the other A gen
t tleman who is very familiar with the
actual figures of the vote in all assembly
districts said today that the Official
plurality for Cleveland would not vary
ail half a dozen votes from 43 22 which is
fiven him by the press reports
NEW YojiK Noyomher 14 = t Johns
vote so far according to the official
1 canvass is as follows First assembly
district 19 votes 2nd 9 3d 22 4th 101J
5th 18 6th 7 7th 77 8th 11
NEW YORK Noveuiber j30p m
to The Ninth assembly distfi t of this city
O on whi h the aldermen have Been eni
i gaged touay has n < 5t yet been com
pleted
81 j
I NEW YORK Nov inber14 The total
S tote of New York county with which
II comparisons of the Associated Press
I are now being made as the canvass pro
1 gresses is that furnished by the City
Press bureau on November 5th It
l gave the following figure Cleveland
133030 Blaine 89847 Batler 33 3 St
r John 979 Clevelands plurality 43233
There are 24 assembly districts in New
tt York county Their vote as fir t re
l ported by the city pea unpdhdfedT
By keeping it in haid the returns a
I they are caiivnased und reported irmy
I be compared and any discrepancies may
a be noted Assembly districts as reported
November 5
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IIt 22661 4512 80 10
h 2d 20521 > 3Uj 101 S
hi i 3d K 26271 5111 131 I
I 4th lhQOI o > < > v 9
i 3 r 4261Xl 450d 125 18 J
5 j II 2656 56l2 1 1221 i I
6J 4M6 4523 lOUI 741 I
1 8 II 01780 4129 6S 11
i 9 ao 44a71 520l 119124
If 10 c 4 1 1 17t I 5588 14 11
re 11 L 11 r 35 7 3312 57 36
i2 l 1 3018 5171 5il 15
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14 II + Ir 2255 4387 71 20
I 4150 6417 21fi 43
is UU 2718J 5819 167 431
cl i7 II 2651 6401 07 57
18 II 2812t 6052 202 25
ID 19 II 46S01 6580 147 56
20 3434 6114 155 8
V 21st 4059 464O J67 55
1 221 < 53411 9004 2SS 64
e lBth t r 7221 I 8842 297 12
f I t 261 5iJ 112 98
Toths S54713307i3 43 979
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0 Clevelands ph a1ity i223I
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21201 29 94 91
1 3d 2164t foJll 1 622
1 4th i I 231l r632 18 19
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j 6th 2 56l 561 126 7
8th 1722 4140 69 II
t = All the counties of this r3tate hive
n nent in their official reports exc epTmg
if New York Erie and Monroe If there
3 is no change in the pluralities of these
hese three counties from what was re
ii ported by their county clerks just be
r lore the canvass of their returns bejnin
Olevelandg plurality in the State will I e
12S JThefi icsevaii counties whichj
11a yet repbrt d hbw lins forCleveland i
4 of 27 losses for Cleveland of 40 gains
for Blame of 13 and losses for Blaine of
14 The canvass in New York County
Cor the six districts already reported is
cls follows Clevelands gains 12 Cleve
lands losses 160 Blames gaiiU 79
Blaines losses 61 net gain for Blaine
166 This does not include the Differ
ences already noted in the incompleted
o fa ivass of the First and beveuthiaH
1 a emblvyi trictsior Arerfie clfting In
New York County included in the state
iC ment of the vote which puts Clevelands
ii plurality at 126 The Fourth pre
fi cinct of the Fir t election district
Q this city which was gent back to the
e inspectors yesterday for correction in
its form was counted eletion night
as having given 4i for Blaine 193 for
Cleveland and 1 for Butler The sixth
p nineteenth and twentysixth precincts
j of the Seventh Assembly District which
1 were similarly returned for correction
F gave according to the first figures re
Wjrted Elaine 03 Cleveland Butlbr
6 a If these figures are not changed the
First District will show a gam of 9 for
Blaine over the figure of NOvctfbw 5th
and a loss for Cleveland of 49 The I
Seventh Jigtrict jyill show a cain ft r
Bla1n of 215 and agai for fcleveland qf
j SI It is claimed bv the Democrats 4 I that j
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thefir4 count in these twp districtswa
jincOrrect siiti tha the nrialdmvjisl will
show little or no g dn trfr either side
CATJKILLS N YNovember HThe
county clerk tate that the official can
vas ofJ een Countv will not be com
pleted until ttonda evening next
I iOY Yo tKj NqvenilMjr HJ he mi
ng elecfion distrit M the Ninth Io em
bly district is the Xhirtyfir This wa
before reported ns giving Blaine 112
Clevelant 13 and Butler three
The Tribnni 1 table gives Blaine 57731
plurality in the counties of the State
outside of New York and Kings In
the latter counties saa the Demo
eras clime I 58957 plurality for Cleve
r land t TJhe loses thus fir of the ca
vass of the IIbVe two counties are aid
to rtduce C evel ndb plurality in the
Sate to5 5 > till givilii Cleveland a
pluiili v in the State of 851
The official canvass of the Ninth A >
sembly District of this county with the
lhirtytirst Election Dbtrit missing
gives Blaine 4410 votes Cleveland
5117 Butler 122 tit John 114 The
vote published November 5th was
Blaine4437 I Cleveland 5205 Butler
119 St John 121 The Teith District
complete gives Blaine 4177 Cleveland
5591 Butler 124 St John 11 a change
tf 8 in favor of Cleveland from the first
press report The Eleventh District
complete gives Blaine 3567 Cleveland
3343 Butler 57 St John 3d no
change The Twelfth District complete
gives Blaine 5018 Cleveland 5172
Butler 71 St John 15a change of 1
in favor of Cleveland In the Thir
teenth District the Thirteenth Six
teenth and Twentyeighth Election
Districts were referred to committees on
technicalities The Fourteenth Dis
trict complete gives Blaine 2250
Cleveland 4397 Butler 74St John
20alpss for Blaine 5 and a gain for
Cleveland of 10 compared with the
early press rep its
The Sun will publish on Saturday a
table of pluralities by the counties of
New York STate for Cleveland showing
the total to be 1241 r
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4J What ilJI remocrafs Must Do
NEwYonK November HThe Tam
many Hall general committee ia their
I wigwhm I to = night < Velebrated the elec
tion of Cleveland and Hendricks
Speeches were made by Barnuel J Run
dalLJt > hn Kellv Congressman Cox
A great cowd vaj presgnt Randall
paid a tributeto Tammany for its faith
ful efforts tp bring success to
the Democratic ticket and addea
We must not expect altogether
partisanhip to come from the next Ad
minitration The Democratic part
must redeem all its promises to the con
> ervative people of the United State
they must abolish every unnecesxir
office They must bring the govern
ment down to economy and tiny
must at once reduce the cxfraoi
dinarilv great revenues of the coun
try The g amount t 6T pnbTiT lands
that hap been pivenjjaAwitf through the
profligate1 legftlafion l of flieRepumican
I party must be taken back to the owner
ship of the people to be held for actual
settle s under the homestead 1 iws The
omce holders must be taught to per
form their duties under the restriction
I of flip laws Kelly defended himself
I and Ijammanv Hall from the charges of
disloyalty to Cleveland
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Bloody Riot
MuNciEr Iud November HSeIma
six miles east was the scene of a bloody
riot last night The Democrats who
govern that portion of the county
gathered to celebrate the victory and
the report preceded them tBatf they in
tended to raise the rebeUflag on a Blaine
and Logan pole To this report one
was added that the crowd had shouted
for Jeff Davis when coming in which
precipitated the row and a bloody riot
William Be ell was shot one
Arlojass was seriously injured
and a number unknown seri
ously injured fled in the darkness
and their names were not obtainable
The Republicans ran the Democrats
of town at last and the wildest excite
ment continued for hours It was ru
mored that Win Dobson shot Bedell
and a mobwas formed to hang Dotson
but sober counsel prevailed and the
mit er dropped The end is not yet
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COLUM S O ovraber 1LThe
Demooratsad an immense torchlight
I procession here tonight inhonor of
Cleveland and Hendricks election
I peechtS were Ifadecat the Sjate Capitol
bvenads lfJcl Bl1tlnW Hamn
ton Governor Thompson and oth
I ers Seventy commercial travelers
in Mother Hubbard dresses pre
I ceded tthe procession lA dispatch
to the UailyGitQistfr from ChartesA
Dana editor of the New York Sun waa
read by Senator Butler It stated that
Clevelands plurality was 1250 in New
I York and that no party reasonable
niqnaWOKld now question the final ac
curacy of thee figures The dispatch
was received with thundering applause
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Irving Hall Demonstrate a
NEW YORK November 14Irving
Hall celebrated the election of Cleveland
and Henrekt9njgit Resolutions
I congratulating the Democrats and In
dependent Republicanslon the result of
the campaign and predictin an incor
ruptible and capable Administration
werefado pt d KxUnited Statca 1 ejnr
ator Gordoi of Georgia and P J
Ma han of California made addresses
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named Christian Christiansonfrom Cali
I rjrnia died of cholera here p day He1
was the first American victim Three
deaths from cholera occurred at Nantes
today
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The Fnilt gr thidofficir S jvass ot New York State is given below with the
exceptionnotedatthebottom rceu f
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Allnuy r j 176i815A5 53 H b17
Ulegny 1 ti68 3teti 7tti 4011 27s2
lrOOme f 7182 57dt 144 15 140
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C1tt1rUgUS 74t3 60 fJ7 I O 1j1h
ClYl1ga 9201 6041 4il 51 1 < 1
Chtl1tmqua L ofJ70 5rit1 131 lu 3tlh
Chemung 518 4711 61a 1b5 47
Ch J A 3Z4 tO its
Chenmgo 51r2 4lltJ VtJ
Clinton 573 Dll 1 Sf > 2
CllumlJlit L 64215HM 168 5iU
CorUlnd t 40tl 277t 112 37o 1 2th
UelnVlre t UH 4b 112 41i t75
Dutchess 4 l 9701 lob77 95 4s 1O4
Erie < 11 0
Essex 4551 2776 61 65 1770
Franklin 4h3d 2t148 67 70J 160
lultou h 4617 J524 38 2r7 103
Genes ee J 4631 3li1a 41 SSG 958
Ureene i 15
Hamilton 1 521 56i 3 21 46
IIerkimcr GlaS 5328 56 327 810
Jefferson 9021 7U75 33 636 1954
Kinlls l t 53512692i8 2242 l4l6 157i6
L Yls i T 854 377d 14 114 7 t
Ll lU stone t iIIJl 40r 118 375 Il
l < 1dilion J r 6608 4864 86 529 1i44
Monroe i I 5Oib
Montgomery r 5505 5413 is 134 92
New orkir J 43226
Niagsra j p u 5875 6193 n
Oneida 13790 13820 189 894 so
Onondaga 1 16892I31G5 99 601 3ii
Ontlriot + 1 l 6t0825643 127 i3J
ormge 9 93 9841 175 647 1i
OrlcmH i 399 2908 tiS 669 1089
Oswego 9976 7434 2b1J 500 < L
Otsego 66717307 64 432 636
Putnam 2103 1526 4 JI > 577
Queens 1 8445 10367 270 201 1922
henssell1er 1375 13414 686 41ti 34u
Richmond 1 > 164 51 tJ I 90 t 971
itocklaiiL1 l 2592 3697 28 I 123 11tk >
StLiJcuce t 13441 oots O 311 7406
Sarttoga l J 8lUO 5846 92 425 2841
Schenectady e 4 32CO 2U77 41 1061 285
Schoharie 1 1 3472 5339 37 1i3 l86i
Schuyler x 2616 203J 111 1M 577
Seneca 3309 37 oJ 119 n8
Steuben l 10017 9030 5S7 901 97 =
Suffolk i 5876 6429 5P 457 J
SUllivan LJ 33213t0 22 18 27a
lIOgl1 437 337 201 401 698
rompkiusrn 44 39C4 267 43
Z 442 399 ra
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Ulster f 4 t 9920 98iO 157 429 <
Tar n H 3577 2 I7 i3 IS
allnoton > J r 357 4222 lt 2 vli
Wayne 683 4TiO 468 43 2ni
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Ve3t11stcrY 112S61251 122S
gtcr u 1212521 2 3 128
Wyoming 441 3159 53 4P1122
Y ic f 31l 1918 ISO 2O 1273
i p a Ttl J J i 0845969d28
I U i 1G9
Clevelands Plnrality 1409
T evoieg th cotinties marked witi stars are not the official ret rns hut
have been made up from reports reeived at various time since the electon Lit
tie Or nochiigowill be made il the above figures
Church Centenaries
f LONDON November 14 St tl Pauls
Gatliedrol today was the cepe fofla
I stately service in commemoration of the
hundredth jinnivorary of the consecra
tion of Bishop Seabury the first Amer
ican Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal
Church The ervice was conducted by
the Arthbishop of Canterbury assisted i
by the Bishops of London Winchester
Durham and Albany
NEW YORK November HThe one
I hundredth anniversary of the conse
I cration by the prelates of the Stot
tish Episcopal Church of Samuel
eabnry the first Ameri an Episcopal
bishop was commemorated by services
at the Trinity Church today Bishop
Seabury at the time of his death v as
professor of divinity in the general
seminary Since he was made bishop
the Episcopal church has extended its
work across the continent under the
direction of sixtyfour diocesan bishops
with about 3000 clergymen and has an
estimated membership of more than
50 Thoscr present at todays ser
vices were Bishop Scarboro of New
Jersey Assistant Bishop Henry C Pot
ter Rev Dr Morgan l > ix Rev Arthur
Brooks and others Assistant Bishop
Potter conducted the services and Mr
Dix delivered the sermon
1
Kosult In Maine 5 I
AUGUSTA ME November r 1 tThe
Kennebec Journal will publibh tomor
row morning I the vote of the State at
the late prudential el ctioii excepting
ten small towns and plantations not j ct
returned to the office of the secretary oT
slate showing tne following result
Baine 7171d Olevelantt 51H5G Butler
3094StJohn 21 3 r Blame plurality
20260 majority 13923
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The Storey Est e
CIUCAQO November 14In the Storey
will case todfty the Court refused to
admit the will to probatq drawn by 31 r
Storey in IWand which is known as his
jastwill onthe ground that hwas 4hen
pf unsound nlnr Thi will qrawn in
l 79c IHj ingne theideuttmf pIo
visions of the one of 1881 13 not vet of
fered for probate The Court also ap
po1ed A Patterson ftho asbeen
acting as conservator J as administrator
tsehafr ar
of the estateon a bond of 1000000
i Eartlir ttalie in England
LONDON November 11 A severe
shock of earthquake accompanied with
a teriffic explosive report occurred to
nightat Clitheroe Lancashire and
abput twentyfive miles from Man
chester The shock threw down horses
in the streets and caused great coaster
nation and excitement among the in
habitants
MaRsacro Continued
Loior November 14 This morn
l ings Posts Dongoladispatch states that
I General AVoIaeleyliasa letter from Gen
i r lu4Gordon dated NovcmbT 4 con
uing the massacre of Colonels Stew
art and Power and Mr Herbine Gen
eral Gordon savs he i still able to hold
out against the Mahdi No other spe
cial dispatch to the press here mentions
this letter 4 I
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SHILOHS CURE will immediately
1 ieiee Cr iup Whooping Cough and I
Broncmbs Bo sal Tiif A C Smith A
Cos DrugStpr tO J cI1 11 I
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HOTEL ARRIVALS
r November 1 i 1SS
4 WHITE HOUSE
J Thomis Lehi J G Lindsay and
wife J 1 Quick Park City J T Scrb
ner Clear Creek p A Trescott Ala J
Robertson A Donaldson S Bourgard
Binghum S Cqnroy P B Baxter
Omaha E A McDahicl K Collins C
Smith W H Vnght L Coleman
Ogden H and W Harrison J C Cop
ley New York J Hays A Morse W
Silver Lcadville C H Ogden La Sal
Utah
ETnorOLITl
Cupfc Smith and wife P A Bodfrh i
G Kerr E G Towslee J Malcolm Og
den B Y Golding Wasatch C Men
eger wife and child Burlington Iowa
J Meneger wife and child Fairfield
Iowa I Hall South Pueblo C F
Henderson and wife Keoknk J T
Andrews Salida M Johnson and wife
Omaha F D Beatty Columbus 0 F
Stone Austin Tex J P McCornick
Houston Tex
VALLEY HOUSE
G Kerr Ogden W r Butt Lehi J
J Cummings Nevada S D Bancroft
Woods Cross A Anderson Sweden i C
H Stanton Rome N Yv7 T Lass
well Nevada W Hurd Maine T Sap
pington Bingham G Hardman Eng
land G W Earl l W Scribner S > ran
ton J H Proctor Sacramento W M
Davis Sandy G W Turpin Helena
GJlHill J ButteW C Winder New
AorE G Vi Richmdnd AuburnNjY
W R Forbes Boston
No jHfeSloigIg C
NEW YORK November ItT le police
doirfmiaaibnera received a comimanica
fibn from the mayor asking thatthe
police prevent glove fights such as take
place in Madison Square garden ort
the ground that they were demoralizing
and differed in no degree from prize
fights The Superintendent of Police
was accordingly instructed to prohibit
snnh exhibitions in future and an order
captains to that effect was sent to all the police
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LIGhTNING FLASHES
Some arrests for illegal voting in
Brooklyn on Friday t
Francis Atkinson Freeman judgejof
Calaveras County Cob court died
Friday aged 62
The Trunk line commission have de
cided to restore the eastbound tariff
rates as adopted last July
By a railway collision near Hanan
Germany < n Friday fifteen persons
were killed and a large number
wounded
The New York Sun has not yet com
pleted its count but the Cleveland
plurality of 1234 will not be varied from
more than three orfour when it does
All public proceedings of the plenary
council are in Latin Archbishop begheis
of Oregon preached on the Indian mis
sions on Friday I
PIBIS 6 pm November 14 Since
midnight there have been seventeen
deaths by cholera in the city thirty
one in the hospitals rr
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The Hoe or the Nation
Children sh i indelopmentJIii
scrawnys and delicate use ft V llsf
Health Reliefer
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OGJDEN FLASHES f
Tnx LUtiKs of the Catholic church
co itemnhite holding H fair at the Union
Opera House in the near future
tJe
StERIt KING wu in Ogden todnv
searching for the parties who commit
ted the robbery it i trnnngUm Friday
night
J C BUTLER arrived in this city last
evening from Chuttnroi Kentucky Mr
Butler will piobnoly become a perma
nent resident of 0 den
FOUR VAC5RANTS were convicted of
petty larceny in the Police Court this
morning and sentenced to nineteen
days imprisonment in the city jail
PHILIP SCHOUMAIC md Ceo Roberts
were arrested this afternoon for trying
to annihilate each other They will ap
pear ueiure Justice Farr tomorrow
morning
A OOVKRNMENT officer became dispos
sessed of 35 while lounging around the
depot 1 i hursday night He appeared to
he 1 a state of somnambulism and was
unable to give a correct account of the
manner in which the money was taken
WA THIS remarkable stretch of the I
imagination the result of a too intimate
acquaintance with the foaming beer or
the sparkling champagne Is it at
tributable to the dudeish and cesthetical
proclivities and inclinations of the
editor Was it hs usual manner 01
working off election excitement Is it
possible that it owes its origin to his late i
sojourn in the classic confines of Heber I
City Was it caused by an uninten
tional inhalation of the bracing ozone
which is wafted down on fairy wings
from the pine clad Wasatch Did this
sylphlike phantasy emanate from a I
heated and overworked brain Was it
merely the fantastical wanderings of a
diseased physical organization or what
was it that caused that weirdly
poetical article to appear in
hursday issue of the Ogden Herald
I the editor unrestainedlv permitted
to so recklessly rhapsodize over a
graven image God pity the unpro
tected citizens of Ogden if his next
effusion should perchance be a romantic
description of one of the lovely and fair
daughters of our land We shudder
with horror at the thought of such a
calamitous disaster befalling a happy
and a prosperous people
A TEAM belonging td John Hedlund
came tearing down Fourth Street to day
at a furious gait and were halted in
their frenzied flight by a Mr McDonald J
of Butte who courageously risked both
life and limb in endeavoring to I
stop the frightened animals I
was reported that the same mans
team ran off several years ago and in
attempting to stop them Mr Nels Mc
Carty had hi leg broken The practice
oi leaving horses unfastened and endan
gering the security of the community is I
becoming frightfully prevalent in Og
den and all parties should be made to I
conform with the city ordinance hich
stateSthat any person who neglects to1
secure ft team to some substantial
place of fastening is liable toa fine of
15for each offense
VIVLIX
I OGDEN November Itth 1884
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Mil DAVIS long experience as a Grocer
will enable him to select only the Finest
Goods in the Market for which he bus
gained a great reputation in the ptibt lie will
be pleased to see all his Old Patrons and
many New Ones r
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language and in Music Please call and
see THEODOR VKTTERASD WIFE
51 N First Vest or U S Sirveyor
Generals Office
DRESS MAKING
lfRS MAUON HAS OPENED HER t
MRS
lll Dress Making Rooms 73 W KJmball
Block up stairs A sure fit guaranteed I 3
Prices according to the time Ladies call
and sec
FOR LEASE I L
A FARM of 85 ACRES OF LAND n
tj and improvements to resppn
sible man n > n t give security Situ
ated in South Oottonwood John
Holder
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LOST H
TETWEEN EGLE GATE AND CO OP
JD September 22d a Silver Watch LeaTfr
tit Williamh Young and berew a ded < 1 I
HOME FOR SALE CHEAP
BRICK HOUSEOP TWO ROOMS HALL
JD Pantry Summer i Kitchan Coin Sheds
Lot 7ilO two blocks north of Twentieth 4 I
Ward Meeting Houhe Apply at this office i
FOR SAL CHEAP A HORSE AND
jj Bugy and Single ITraC as good as
new Address BUtt Sorensen No 156 Sixth
South Street half block east of State Road I
TCT RENT
NEA1LY FURNIShED ROOMS TERMS
L Ie viable Irs L1Dgsl E Second
South Street oppoite 13th Ward Schooi t
House
I WANTED
AGENTS FOR THE CITY OR TO
I 11 tfavol5io510perlay no experience
required Call K No 26 i First South St
Office hours 1 to 5 pm
TilE SESSION LAWS OF UTAH FOB
JL ISiS IbSO and Is2 at IHE H KAIOJ count
ing room
APOSinON Ab 8HOK1 HAND ItE
ft porter and corresponding clerk by a
lady of consIderable experience with good
references Address A U HEKALD oflico
Also wantedA number of 7 > ipils to etudjr
shorthand Evening or day classes and
private Iciioiis OIl reasonable terms Apprj
asabove
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PIANO LESSONS 1
1 fRo T RADCLIFFE TEACHER OF MTJ
I lll sic removed to Krsl South street
I 1 second door east of St Marks church Og
J den Miited Wednetduis ind Saturdays
i I DENTIST I
TENTIST J B KEYSOR LATELY CON
I DE nected with Dr J R Atfjdnhasjre
moved to THE HER ILD New Building where
he is prepared to do all kinds Dental work
Satisfaction guaranteed
DENTIST F C TilCHOLS OFFICE OP
1 posite Walker House over faeabury I
Johnsons drug store Aucfetlietics given j
Telephone in office
E R CLUTE
ftEZrRAL TRANSFER AGENT TO AND
UT from all depots experienced drayman
satisfaction guaranteed Stand Jennings
Sons and Remingtdn tTohnm i Co
I E R CLUTE
t HOTELS
I V I r a oUsE
I BEST FAMILY Rq
iIrIaia S to altlLak ky
RsL5Oto 200 per nay
Spec1arRutes Ly the weerornilj +
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Corner WcstT pI Vl T 8onth8tI
Sl 7I4KE 1
Ne1 f Brick and Hesrly > > m
Large and well ventilated nnns 3Ccla
Sample rooms for Commercial TrJ oJcj 1
RATES 1200 to gLSOoKjr Ddy i
Special Rates by the WVek
BSCHTOL RYAN Proprietors
rioj
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VALLEY JHEOTJS3S
and Tabernacle I I
Opposite Temple e
Connected with this ouae are r11rEo
Oottatreft in the immediate vicinity of
theMain Hotel Secluded but Convenient
BOARD AND LODGING 150 to 200 per
Day According to Reom I
Qu1t Shady IIoJUei1k
ANDREW C ER2XEN Proprietor I
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