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He Attributes His Defeat to a
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BOSTON November 16TheJoumaZ
t Augusta correspondent sends the fol
1o ins interview with Elaine Tasked
1 i Blaine what he thought would be the
result of the count in New York and he
re th the had no more means of
knowing it than an unborn child He
r r t had from the first no other desire than
jq that r a fair count should made and so
i far as sl he was personally concerned he
i Would be content with either result
Success would not elate him and defeat
j i would not depress him He was en
gaged in a congenial and profitable
j work which had been interrupted by the
campaign and the deep regret that he
g would feel at Democratic triumph would
be altogether to his party and country
r not for himself I Jived too near the
I added after
tt Presidency in 1881 Blaine
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a longpdu andhavje keen sense
ofife burdens its embarrassments and
j a t imperils to be unduly anxious for its
w office
Itvnswer to an inquiry hOW ne ac
I I counted for the dosenejs of the election
fi l in New York r JSlaiBe baidt Well con
eidering the loss by the bolt of Inde
1 pendent Republicans and the far larger
loss from the action of Republican Pro
hibitionists the wonder at first sight
0 1 that rthe Democrats did not carry the
State by as large a majority as they con
I fidenjly expected they would This re
sult was prevented by the great acces
i I1 ito the Republican ranks of Irish
American voters and workingmen of all
classes who sustained because of my
advocacy of protective tariff They be
Jieveahd believe wisely that free trade
would reduce their wages
You really think then J queried the
1 reporter that you gat a considerable
t Irish vote in New York
OhrI bad thousands upon thou
sands replied Blaine uand should
have had many more but for the in
tolerant and utterly improper remark
oft = I > rJ Burchard which was quoted
everywhere to my prejudice and in
many places attributed to myself
though it was in the highest degree dis
tasteful and offensive to me But a lie
you know travels very fast and there
I waSPhot time before dieelection to over
itukfe and correct that oneand so I suf i
fered for it
I asked Blaine if bethought the Irish
American vote was organized at all or
had competent leaders
< 4tYe8 said he I > was deeply im
r pressed by the ability earnestness and
ingrity of those whom Jilet There
for instance is Patrick Eord of the
i Jn > i World He is a man of the
f most elfish devotion to any
cause he espouses possessing great
faculty for an organizer with marked I
r ability and untiring euefgy General
Kerwin of the Tablet hap in a large de I
cree the same characteristics and is a
farsighted and able man with a fine I
n record as a Union soldier The Irish
i Nation edien by John Devoy also gave
rns strong and valuable sipport Alex
ander Sullivan and John iPInnerty were
very powerful on the stump and did us
Ii royal service Both ar natural orators
of tile fervid Irish tv ie Sullivans
r tariff speeoh in Toledo contributed
Tery largely to the defeat of Frank
Hurd These men with others whom
r I did not per nnnllv meet have made
the bTHak inVtha Irish Democratic vole
one that I believe will widen and in
crease future as the full significance
of the attitude of the Democratic party
t on the tariff question becomes under
stood and appreciated Our Irish and
r t IrishAmerican citizens will in time
get tirnd of voting in accordance with
the wishes of English free traders
L I said to Blame that the Irish in
Boston thought he understood the
character of their people better than
any other Republican leader
Mr Blaine replied that it w < wi3d be
egotistic for him to assume than but
he said there wits perhaps a Ff r > ng
leaning of the Irish element towards
Jiim because of the fact that oa his
1 mothers side he was of Irish de teent
i1 In Pennsylvania his native State he
had received an enormous Irish vote
i none counties hitherto strongly Demo =
cratic having been completely reversed
in their popular majority by the change
of the Irish in his favor This how
ever was of course due impart to the
r fact that Tae stood so distinctively as the
ire rest t1ti e of protection to Arneric tn
industries anradea which prevailed with
1 mere forceon Pennsylvania than in any
other State
I But said I did not you lose cor
K pondinglv in German votes
y Not at ul1urr plied S fr Blaine all
t throngh the west the Germans sup
potted me nobly How else could I
r have carried Ghic go by 9000 Cincin
nati by 5000 and Cleveland by 5XX
Oluo4Wii > in illinois and Iowa have
1 the largest German population in the
f ri west dI earned them bv splendid
majorities Such able and influential
f German editors as Mark Breit in Cin
cinnati Kauffman ia Cleveland Pra
f torius in St Louis and many others
brought great strength the Republi
can cause German praters were
also the most effective on the
L stump Bruccer Gottschalk and
f jnen of that stamp exerted great
influence There was aniramense effort
1 made to prejudice theGerjuans against
me but it fined They axo a wonder
fully cool eaded peopfe inflexibly hon
est in their cofteiasionsand Justin their
H judgments and ji have abundant reason
to thank them for their generous sup
j port I shall not soon fojgetat At dif
J ferent points jn thereat I ioun German
ri and Irish clubs cordially muting in
1 I public del otItr fioJS u
I is Your correspondent brought Elie con
t g versation back to Nap work by Asking
i Blaine if he thought the Pro il itionstq
1 I were honest mtheirsupportof St John
f Tliav neve 4uring ijle i campaign
Ii jreplied Elaine reflected j upon the no
3 tire of any man and I shall not do sto
h I content mvself with saying that I
I t ihink the Prohibitionists were misJ
II 3f led and that they did not jcorreetly
measure the possible result jot their
1 coiirs e f T receive4 from many cf them
the assurance that my candidacy made
2at iheir election diputt because they
a really wanted to vote for pf but they
seemed to be under the strange delusion
J arthe tem ran cCaaF Q1114 bQ pro
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I TUESDAY NOVEMBER J8 1884
THE SALT LAKE HERALD J1I
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meted supporting their own ° Presi
dential ticket and by their course they
influenced prejudicially the national
3 ties which wereireally at stake
L You attribute the close vote in New
YorK then Mr Blame solely to the
action ot the Independents and Prohibi
tionists 1
No not solely replied Blaine Ac
uording to letters I have received I
from central and western NewYork
it would seem that the rainy day lessened
ened the Republican vote The Demo
era1 ic majorities lie in the cities whole
by a few minutes walk on a good pave
ment a man reaches his polling place
The Republican majorities are in the
country where large numbers live
three four or even five miles irom the
polling place which on election day had
to be reached over muddy roads and in
A rainstorm Had the day been hue
the Republican majorities in the rural
counties would have been increased one
good judge writes me by probably
10000 but all agree from 3000 to
5000 The actual difference between the
two parties in the final count which
ever way it goes will perhaps not exceed
1000 about 112 of I per cent of the
total vote or one vote in every 1200 for
the entire State t > So t > if the Democrats
leally carried New York by the small
margin as the latest news indicates
you see how easily a fair day might
have reversed the result But great
political battles like military battles
are often lost of won by an apparently
trivial incident or accident which no
human foresight might guard against Sf
Mr Blaino turned homeward at this
point He seemed to be in perfect
health and in so far as any one could
judge in the best of spirits He told
me that his long tourof lortvtwo days
on the stump had not in the least degree
fatigued him
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Badcau Bounced
WASHINGTON November 17Vpon
the opening of the Swaim court martial
today General Grosvenor of counsel
for the Accused read an objection on
the part of General Swaim to Postmas
terGeneral Rochester sitting as a mem
ber of the court He stated the grounds
of the objection to be that General
Rochester is a material witness in this
case with respect to the second charge
against General Swaim of neglecting to
report and take notice of the alleged
fact that Colonel Morrow had fradu
lently duplicated his pay accounts and
also that the accused had favored the
appointment of Colonel McOlure to the
PaymasterGeneralship at the time
that General Rochester was appointed
and this fact being known to the latter
After arguingthe room wascleared and
when the doors were reopened the
judge advocate announced that the
objections against General Roches
sitting as a member of the court had
been sustained General Swain then
asked whether he desired to object to
any further member of the court He
I replied that he desired to do so and
i Judge Shellabarger then read a chal
lenge to Bregider General Scbolields
right to sit as member of the court on
the ground that he Schofield was pre
judiced against General Swain and
could not sit in the trial as an impartial
judge
The challenge against Sohofield was
not sustained General Terry was also
challenged and the challenge his case
wu sustained
Express Office Sobbed
GALVESTON Texas November 16
I Yews Bryan Texas Between 2 find 3
oclock this morning the office of the
Texas Express Company atthis place
was entered and the safe robbed of
10850 The thieve were evidently
well posted as both the doors of the
office and the safe were opened with
duplicate keys It is also evident the
thieves wore aware of the receipt of
money by a bite train and that it
would notbedetyeie 1 till banldnghours
Ten thousand dollars of the money way
consigned to Clarke Bryan Hot ell
bankers r and the remainder various
parties The finding of a knife bearing
the initials of a young Spaniard named
Barrett led to his immediate arrest
Thedetectives are on the trail of others
supposed to be implicated
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BEOOK Trout at Price Clives
WHEKtEse PATENT wood lller for sale
at SEARS LIDLLEB
FOE Jame back side or chestuse Shi
lohs Porous Plaster Price 25 cent
Sold at A C Smith Cols Drug
Store J 5 r
THE finest assortmesit of Chenille
Pas ementeries at
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1 LIQUID SATnra for blackboords at
C J r SEARs LiDDwrs
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v tH1inwobtieyisdetcrmnednotto be
undersold either in price or quality of
goods Call and examine my stock at
37 W First South street it
Furniture
Bm r8tt Bps the Main Street FurnJ
tare House will sell at the Second
South street branch this woelc
I DOrii Finish at
atSEAas
SEAas LwpLES
THE ifesRT Ready Mixed Paints atr
SEASS LIIXDLES
HACKMETACK lasting and fra
grant perfume Price 25c and 50c Fat
sale at A < L Smith Co fS Drug Store
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Consumers Pleasant Valley Coal
Notice
Having been advised of some mis
representations we desire to say that
Mr A L Williams is not in our em
ploy nor In the employ of tho Pleasant
Valley Coal Company since September
30th and that the Coal he is now sell
ing is not the old Pleasant Vallev Coal
The eaal miae is owned and worked bv
the Utah Central Railroad Company ft
is in the Pleasant Valley > The
report in the ChronioU the 5th inst
to contrary notwithstanding
REMINGTON JOHNSON < fe Co
You Are Interested Yourself
We are prepared to sell to families at
the Occidental JI Pure California and
Imported Wines at Reduced Prices
The best of Liquors and Cigars always
on hand You will become convinced
by a trial
AVER MUBPITYj
Proprietors
SHILOHS CURE will immediately
relieve Croup Whooping Cough atid
Bronchitis For sale J H t A O gniith
Co8 Drug store 14
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MISCELLANEOUS
Lest l Tonr laHng i Powder ToDay 1 1
Brands adrertlse as absolutely pare
= orrs3xrr n naor + a
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Place a can top down nn a Not Move anal
atolthen remove the corerxind mell A chem
t Rill not borequired to detect tho presence
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Hs HealUinilncM Hat NEVER Docn Questioned
1 n n million homes for a quarter of a century It
buj stood tne consumers reliable teat
THE TEST OF THE OVEN
Price Baking Powder Co
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Dr Prices Special Flavoring Extracts
Tho strongest mot dellclons and natural
uavor known and
2r Prices Lupulin Yeast Gems
For Light Healthy Bread The Best Dry Hop
Yeast in the World
FOR SALE BY GROCERS
CO ST LOUIS
BROOKS OPENER
Try our
G F B TEA
Shipped direct for our use from the othe
side of the Pacific pond
Malt Vinegar
THE BEST FOR PICKLING
THE CELEBRATED
WM HUME SALMON
The Best in the Market
FLOUR FEED and BALED HAY
Tobacco and Cigars
FINE SALT in 50 Pound Sacks
Choice BUTTER
Etc Etc Etc
G F BROOKS
50 First South Street west
TELEPHONE AND DELIVERY
Sale of Mining Stock
IIEREAS OSCAR J AVERELL BY
WHEREAS contract with tj e under
signed dated October 10th 1853 did place in
tho hands of T R Jones Certificate No 1568
for 1000 shares and Certificate Ko 1569 for
1000 shares of the capital btonr of the Belle
j I vue Idaho Mining Compayn a security for
i the payment of a certain nite dated October
i 3th 18S3 for 3000 given by said Averell to
the undersigned payable t > > rder or the un
dersigned six months after baid 5th day of
October with interest froir date at the rate
of 10 per cent per annum the sock to re
main with said Jones until paid note fell
due and if the note should not be paid when
due said undersigned should advertise and
ell said stock and with the proceeds pay
said note first giving said Averell thirty
days notice in writing
And whereas said undersigned did on
the 6th day of September IdS notify said
Averell in writing that if said are remained
unpaid for thirty days thereac said under
signed would proceed to a Trtise and sell
said stock at public auction to the high
est bidder for cash at the front door of T It
Jones CoA Bank in Salt Lake City Utah
Now therefore in consideration that said
note is due and unpaid and of the pro
mises notice is hereby given that the under
signed will en the 7th day of November
1864 at 11 oclock a m sell at public auction
said shares of stock or so much thereof ris
Vill be necessary to pay said note to the
highest bidder for caSh at the front door of
T R Jones < fe Gos Bank In Salt Lake City
Utah
MATTHEW CULLEN
Dated October 28th 1884
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Noticb isf hereby given that the above
and foregoing sale is postponed and ad
Journed o and will take place on the ISth
day of November 1SS4 at 11 oclock a mt at
ie sime place and upon the same terms
mentioned In the original and foregoing
notice o MATTHEW CULLEN
Dated November 7th 1884 n7
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Cnited states Mineral Surveyor for Utah
and Idaho Notary Public Geological Ex
aminations Reports on Mining Properties
Surveys Mines Railroads and Canals and
superintends the workings of the same Pre
pares estimates and plans for opening and
working mines expert on mining question
before the courts Address P O Box 1157
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Just Arrived Two Carloads of
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LOUNGES
Plush Hair and CarpetSingle R Double
A Large Assortment of
FOLDING CHAIRS
Will be Sold Cheap
Sorenson Carlqulst
Sandberg Burton Car RIl
HAVE OPENED THEIR
FURNITURE STORE
IN THE
OLD CONSTITUTION BUILDING
Opposite Z C M I with a Most Com
plete Stock of
Imported and HomeMade
FURNITURE
We also MANUFACTURE all kinds of
SPRING BEDS
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MATTRESSES
zr PRICES TO SUIT EVERYBODY
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MATTHEW COLLBX JACOB MOBITZ
SALT LAKE CITY
Brewery
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TO OUR Pd IRONS
We are now selling OUE
FAVORITE BEER
In FOUR and EIGHT Gallon Kegs at i
175 and r 350 EACH II
To THE FAMILY TRADE
Orders will be promptly attended to and
delivery made to any part of the city
MORITZ DULLEST Props
SALT LAKE FOUNDRY
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Office and Works One Block South of Utah
Central Railway Depot
Manufacturers of Stationary and Portable
Steam Engines and Boilers Mining and
Hoisting Machinery SAW Mills Shafting
Hangers Pulleys etc 0
Boiler and Tank Work of all kinds Made to
Order Castings in Iron Copper
and Brass
Wrought and Cast Iron n Work for Builders
Iron Fronts Columns Lintels Sill Plates
Gratis etc ef
F CROWTON SON
Rubber Roofing
RUBBER ROOFING PUT ON BY THE
Xt Square or sold by the Square also all
kinds of METAL ROOFING repaired and
painted with
SLATE ROOF NS PAINT
Also PLUMBING and GASFITTING Steam
Pipes and Boilers covered to save fuelT
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F OROWTON SON
No 12 E Third South Street P 0 Box 966
012 SILT LAKE CITY
MILLINERY DRY t GOODS AND GROCERIES
WALKEK3 BROTHERS
BKOTHERSi
CLOAKS k CLOAKS CLOA 1 5 i r
r WE HAVE JUST OPENED THE LARGEST STOCK OF LADIES AUD
CHILDREN y
Clocks Dolmans t Havelocks and Jerseys 1
That we ever brought to Utah at one time and are offering such unprecedented Bargain i
that we do not hesitate to say i
WE CAN PLEASE EVERYBODY
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OUR READYMADE CLOTHING DEPARTMT
Is full to overflowing We have a Complete Assortment of
MENS BOYS AND CHILDRENS SUITS J
In ages from 3 years and upward selected with great care to suit the needs of all classes
of our customers We guarantee satisfaction and a good fit
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We have received for oar
BOOT AND SHOE DEPARTMENT
A full assortwf nf the best known makes in Mens Ladies and Childrens Boots and
Shoes We E eptvH A 1 attention to this branch of our business and spare no eflbr
to please by living the best pi Bible goods for the least money 0
NEW GOODS ARRIVING DAILY
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WALKER BROTHERS
SIMON BROTHERS
The Leading Millinery House in Utah
We are Daily receiving
ALII and WIri 1 n G < > ODS
Consisting of
Black and Colored 2WCilans Plush Velvet and
Felt Hats in the latest shapes
FLOWERS OSTRICH AND FANCY FEATHERS
In the Latest Designs
Plushes Silks Velvets Velveteens Satins In the latest shades
OUR STOCK OF
Ladies and Childrens Underwear Hosiery and Fancy Goods
With its latest Novelties is now complete
EIr 3 Ladies will find it to their advantage to examine our stock before purchasing
elsewhere Orders will find our prompt attention
SIMON BROTHERS
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If I you want e BAN G Et COOK STOVE or HEATER we will make price satisfactory
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