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Salt Lake evening Democrat. [volume] (Salt Lake City, Utah) 1885-1887, March 28, 1885, Image 2

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SALT LAKE DEMOCRAT COMPANY
PARALLELS AND COMPARISONS
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i Comparisons are odious said Dr Tohn
J eon and Dr Johnson was right Like
J wise parallels are odious as they bring
rt into prominence the shortcomings and
f failures of both parties This was done
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by the 1 furs last evening in a manner the
News alone can do a thing That this article
licle 1 is sincere none will doubt that the
article is a two edged sword will not be
questioned That our governors have
been men of mediocrity as a rule is but
too true that the members of the Legis
lature have been men of marked medioc
rity is eminently and sorrowfully true
Governors have refused their assent to
laws the most wholesome but has not
i our Legislature refused to pass laws that
the common decency of half civilized
people have insisted upon It is true and
1 it is wrong that the Governor is given an
1 absolute veto over any measure that the
thIt
Legislature may deem it well to pass It
I is also true and likewise wrong that the
ecclesiastical power of the Peoples Party
does dictate and control the introduction
and passage of all bills of whatsoever na
ture in the Legislature of Utah Territory
The General Government has taken
away the elective franchise from a large
number of our citizens but have not a
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few and a very few of the citizens who
are the leaders of the Peoples Party al
ways directed and used this inestimable
privilege this elective franchise Did
the Constitutional Convention which has
been so long in labor include in its
Bill of Rights the elective franchise Did
that august body do anything save adopt
the Constitution of the United States and I
declare that the Constitution of the State
of Deseret should be the basis of their
work But we were about to forget that t
they did do some other things among
which they refused to submit to the vote
of the people the proposition whether
the proposed Constitution should or
I should not contain a guaranty of the
right to have the polygamic system in
Utah Upon what grounds was this re
fusal based Upon the grounds that we
dont want the people to put themselves
on record And this a free people
whose shouts for liberty rend high
heaven 1 The re1plv was fit for Satan
when he led away onethird of heavens I
host And the Convention was to give I I
to Utah freedom in fact religious
freedom was peculiarly its ward so much
so that the members of the Convention
held a secret caucus in the private office
of the President of the Church of Jesus I I I
Christ of Laterday Saints and to which
some three members were uninvited I
they not being of us I
Too many of the Federal officers have
I sought and probably will cekj to veto I
I many bills that would have been of ben
I
efit to the community arid possibly of
more benefit to Mormons than to Gen I
tiles But has not the Legislature re
fused in many instances to pass bills I
merely because the measures wej rec
I ommended in the Governors message I
The Governor of the Territory has thought
it was the sole duty of the Legislature to
carry out his recommendations and when
it has not lie has shouted treason called
for commissions with absolute powers
and written about the flag rending itself
loose from the staff because of the insult I
offered to the Nation through him when
the Legislature refused to do his bidding I
The true cause of the fall of the flag that
memorable day was an old rope I I
I ana a strong wind j that simply
that only But have the leg
islators of Utah elected by the people
df Utah been more considerate of pop
ular rights To do the bidding of their
church has been their sole aim and if
in any way they have furthered the in
i terests of their constituents it has been
incidental and not intentional The Gov
ernor and the Legislature have been hos
tile the oneto the other eachhascham
pioned a party parties whose principles
have simply been antiMormonJand prc
Mormon and theso principles have de
cided all questions of jH kinds The er
rors and blunders of the Governor have
been egregious and numberless but no
I one man not evena governor can com
mit so many enors and of so great
variety as thirtysix legislators
On the pages of the statutes of Utah
I there stands no law against adultery in
cest or crimes against the marriage tie
u
t Thesellaws the Governor has repeatedly
recommended and the legislators1 Jiavo
as repeatedly refused to enactSurely the
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blame here rests not with theGovernor
I In proceedingsfor divorce adultery is a
ground upon whichit may be granted in
the catalogue of crimes adulteryis not
found Upon whom rests the odium
here In Utah there are prohibited
degrees within which the marriage rela
tion may not be formed Is this the
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Governors fault The Legislature of
Utah adqpted a California code in which
i a criminal is not allowed bail after con
I viction and the Governor signed it but I
the Governor did not ask its adoption
The law is harsh but the peoples law
makers made it so
No the Governor and the Legislature j
should remember that they are but parts
of a whole and ought to try and work in
harmony and not in hostility Let legis
lation be enacted upon a broader princi
i ple than Mormon and Gentile and we
shall have better laws better feeling and
better citizens the principle is petty not I
patriotic I
BREEDING
This refers not to the sarcasm of
Dickens as illustrated in General hake
and the two LLs nor to Mr Arnolds
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Culture and Anarchy nor to the con
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j troversy carried on some years ago in the
N ioll as to whether over one American
I in one hundred thousand knew how
often to change his shirt It refers only
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to the breeding of the totter and whe
ther running blood is a benefit or a detri
I ment
The advocates of the running cross
j have been many and eminent but their
success has been small As an evidence
almost conclusive evidence to some of
the value of the running blood and its
wonderful effect upon speed the case of
Maud Ss dam Miss Russel is cited
Miss Russel was out of a running mare
but by Pilot Jr12 and Maud S herself
is by Harold413 son of Hamblcto
nian10 The prepotency of old
Ilambletonian and his speed pro
ducing power are too well known
to need comment Then there is cited
as another horse out of a halfbreed run
ning mare JayEyeSee But he traces
directly back through his dam to Pilot
Jr 12 and to Old Ilambletonian through I
I Dictator 113 The dams of both there
I leaders of the turf possess a half blood
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from the same horse and that horse him
self a pacer Is it not the fact that it was
the pacing blood and not the running
blood in the dams which made them such
I remarkable speed producers The power
of the pacing blood to dominate all
other blood is well shown in Blue
Bull75 who stands at the head of the
list of 230 sires leading since last season
HambletoniaiijlO and he had no special
chances Then again but one thorough
bred horse has become standard and
I that horse is Exchequer3551 son of
Revenue The two of his get to give him
I his place are Lucille and Rigolette both
out of pacing mares Has there been
any such success as this when the run
ning cross was with any other than pac
ing blood The pacing blood has al
ways asserted itself in any combination
while the running blood has merely
served to neutralize other crosses pro
ducing so far as speed goes a hybrid
In the breeding of trotters no line has
been PO potent as the Hambletonians
I where both sides have traced back to
I imp Messenger The Morgans stand
high and Ethan AUen43 and Daniel
Lambert102 are fair rivals to the
I house of Messenger The Mambrinos
also and the Clays have aided
I greatly the establishing of a breed of
I trotters but they have all helped because
they were trotters and not because some
of them have had running blood situ
I generations back
I It is claimed for the runner that he
imparts staying quality and gives life l
I On what theory of physiology pan it be
predicted that the runner will transmit
I only his powers of endurance and not
j his instinct to run If there is any
truth in the evolution theory it is that
the strongest instincts and parts control
the transmission of all instincts and
parts The instinct to run is tlTe all
powerful one in the thoroughbred and it
is the one that is transmitted most and as
for staying qualities where is the
thoroughbred that can stand the cam
paigning that Goldsmiths Maid has
done or that the little black gelding is I
doing
For trotters we must breed trotters I
and not cross running and trotting blood
to get them And let thc advocates of
the runner remember that every breeder r
in England refused to use Mr Blounts
Arabians to improve their runners
THERE is great sorrow and tribulation
among those who went to Washington
without distinction to get it there in an
appointment which to most has proved
an ignis fatmis To many the hopes of
a life were to be realized in an appoint
ment but like most life hopes they have
been shattered These seekers after God
gold we mean thought that civil service
reform was to begin when they got in it i I
began just before and should continue
always Horace Greeley gave the best
recipe fora gold resumption that was
ever given which was that the way to
resume is to resume It is the same with
reform and the way to reform is to re
form and Cleveland is doing it How
often must these wouldbe servants to the
public have recited Longfellows The
Village Blacksmith and wish they could I
say as was said of him
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Each morning sees some task begin j
Each evening sees it close
I Something attempted something cone I
Perhaps they would prefer to have the I
reading changed to suit the theme on
which they dwell I
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Each morning sees same task begin i
Each evening sees its noes
Something attempted nothing done I
They will find their tine I
consolation in
another poem and following its narra
tion become Arab fold their tents and
steal away from Washington
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The Song ofthe Maluli
Yes I am the boss of the Sandy Soudan
And I hardly think a more competent man
Could be found between Tennessee and Japan
To bounce the British invader
Im a twelveflngered bowlepged s ou of a gun
Im a prophet from way bacKa child of the
sun
Im a darfdy a lollah a darlln a bun
Im a redhanded ripper and raider
My followers number two million or more
And every man of ems equal to four
I Theyre not much for style but theyre dandies
for gore
Theyre bad men from KcihirelWadir
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El Gordon Ito captured Im happy to state
El Stewart has met his wcllmented fate
Ill butcher R1 1 Wolseley if hell only wait
And Queen Vic will think luck has betra red
her
I So strike shirtless sons of the shimmering
One more blow for your prophet thats roe un
I derstandDisembowel
Disembowel the insolent infidel band
Vivitect the infernal invader
Minneapolis Tribune jI j
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Protect Your Family
Itis the of I
duty every man rich or
poor who has created a home to make I
some provisions against the inevitable i
for those who are dependent upon him
and this most desirable result can be ob
tailed by procuring a policy in the Mutual
Life Insurance Company of New York
the oldest active company in America and
the largest life insurance company in the
world Rates etc furnished by Louis
Ii yams Agent 55 Main street Hooper
Eldridge Block Salt Lake City
Tnn Exeter Heater is warranted to give
satisfaction Heesch Ellerbeck have
supplied several firstclass houses in this
city sr
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COOK 8L GLAItfFIELD
Family Wholesale
BUTCHERS
Star J + Jarket
First South Street West of Cunningtons
WE KEEP A CHOICE LINE OF
Beef
ntI t1 e > D
Veal I
Lanab
Pork
And the best of everything in the meat
market
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Sausage Specialty I
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Soliool of Sinring
r I I MRBBVOUNC I I
AND
I Mme Mazzucato Young
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I Lessons by the Term of 12 Weeks I
On Mondays Wednesdays Thursdays and
Saturdays at Calders Music Palace
13IV First South street
F C NICHOLS
< DENTIST
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OFFICE opposite Walker House Telephone
in Oflice Anesthetics given
H E FYSON
I Green Grocer m
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XoMOJV First South Street
In Daily receipt of California Fruit and Vege
ablcs Fresh Fibh Game and 1onltrv
PEMBROKE
c 72 Main Street 1
lies a full stock of
STATIONERY BOOKS
I DRAUGHTSMANS SUPPLIES
FANCY GOODS TOYS
News matter Magazines and
will guarantee satisfaction
Orders for Saals Solicited
Blank Books to Order
PRINTERS INK AND SUPPLIES
H B BAHTOX ISAAC BARTON
J B TORONTO A S GEDDES
DFtesxLOcra of
BAB TON < d3 OCX
We have removed to No 44 S Main Street
opposite Hooper Eldredge Block where we
shall be ever nappy to have you call and Fee us
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Mens
I Youths Boys and Childrens
iCLOTHINGi
EC SLTS OAPS
FURNISHINC COODS
PIONEER
Ore Sampling Mill
AXD
saay Ofnce
Situated at Sandy Utah Controlling also the
Park City Sampling Mill
The Oldest and Most Reliable Samp
pIing Mill in Utah
SANDY UTAH
SiLT LIRE CITY BOTTLING WORKS
ex ParsoX1S Prop
Manufacturers of
SODA WATER GINGER ALE SARSAPA
RILLA and CHAMPAGNE CIDER
Examine our Goods and Prices before buy
ing elsewhere
22 Commercial Street
IJ CCONKLIKCo
tOt
UTAB
ORE SAMPLiNG MILll
Ores and Bullion Carefully Sampled
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SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE
sale of Or and Bullion Mill South Tem I
ple Street between Utah Nevada and Utah
Central Railroad Depots Office over London
Bank of Utah front room j
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I MASON T CO
I Wholcsoto and Retail
DEALERS IN LUMBER
J I SPANISH CEDAR
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Jt I Lange assortment of
Double and Single Strength CUSS
Eastlake Doors and Finish
223U South Tcuple Street
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Pioneer Lumber Yard
SELLS 8 CO
122W First South Street SALT LAKE CITY
T jM1 E RJ
T ant G FLOORING
It USTIC SIDING
LATHS SHIN GLES
WINDO t1 S DOOnS
JJLINDS MOULDINGS
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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
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REMI NGTON JOHNSON CO I
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
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Staple and Fancy s
AGE TS FOR
DIlIJIITTS GEM BAIlING POWDER I
S cfev laitro i
AND UTAH POWDER COMPANY
Remington Johnson Co I
NO 20 V SECOND SOUTH STREET
1kcr ct12cirt OIc1 bit 2xd
imic
We invite attention to our large line of
Parasols and Sunshades
AVe have just opened Also to our beautiful
SPRING I G WRAPS NEW MAR K E T S
AND
Jersey Jackets
We have just received AVe have also just opened a large shipment of
Ladies Muslin Underwear
T t ROBES AND SLIPS
AND
Chi1drens Short Jresses
ALL OF WHICH WILL BF DISPOSED OF AT
EXCEEDINGLY LOW PRICES
Oohn Bros
G F CULMER W II CULMER II L A CULMER
G F Culmer Bros
WHOLESALE l GROCERS
20 22 28 and 30 First South Street
Sal1Lak Ci1y utah
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OUR SPECIALTIES
WINDOW AND PLATE GLASS GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
PAINTS OILS AND BRUSHES TOBACCO CIGARS AND PIPES
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ENAMELED READYMIXED PAINTS CONFECTIONERY CRACKERS
VARNISHES PAINTERS GOODS SHOW CASES AND MIRRORS
FLASKS BOTTLES AND CORKS GLASSWARE AND BAR GOODS
EX WHITE ILLUMINATING OIL CASTOR MACHINE LUB OIL
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We Treat You Squarely and Give Lowest Prices
MARKS GOLDSMITH CO GOLDSMITH CO
Ogden Utah Butte Mont
Goldsmith Co
t VaOJaESALaE
CLOTHING AND FURNISH INC GOODS
Hat and Caps
Manufactory 320 W Bait St Baltimore Md
Salt Lake City Utah
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GEO A s LOWE
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1 I Salt Lake City and Ogden Utah
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i SCHUTTLER FARM q FREIGHT WAGONS
ANDrriRSTCLASS
I C > peIL and Top uggies
lr WARR WED OF BEST QUALITY AND SOLD AT VERY LOW PRICES
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AGRI68LTURAL IMPLEMENTS OF ALL KINDS I
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DEDERICK HAY PRESSES I
PRESSESBALING
BALING TIES AND BALING WIRE
I Knowles Steam Pumps For all Purposes All Sizes Constantly in Stock
tAlES PORTABLE STEAM ENGINES
I + LEFFEL TURBINE WHEELS N
SAW MILLS AND SHINGLE MILLS
Correspondence sohcited Enquiries answered promptly s I
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GEORGE M SCOTT President E SRUItIFIE
JAMES GLENDINNING VicePresident Secreta
Secretarq
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Geo o M a scottCo 11pen
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IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN lL Itc
HARDWARE IRON STEEL IRON PIP The g 1
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l et i n
Miners Tools Stoves Tinware Etc dI crini es
blicati
AND A Esties
tny lot
General Assortment of Mill Findings s u eed 01
discus
GRANITE IRONWARE AND DRIPPING PANS STAMPED JAPA 1 1 niallt
BLACK POLISHED GALVANIZED AND PIECED TINWARE FIXE t ou
BLACK SHEET AND GALVANIZED IRON LAPWELDED ateve
CHARCOAL IRON BOILER TUBES STEAM GAS efit
vivant
r nTO T > TTH TIT > Cc nnnTn CrT a
a1L 11111U1Y JlJDj J > nLJOJ VVV oJ
I DENS PATE PACKING ETC ETC aiastJll
it will
Also Carry in Stock a Full Line of Blakes Improved Steam Pumps and Pump ithistor
inO Engines John A Roeblings Sons Cos Steel Wire Rope Vaccum Cylinder 3yAvl
and Engine Oil Hercules Powder Caps and Fuse Roston Belting Compares lions n
Patent Stretched Rubber Belting Stockholm Tar Pitch Rosin and jsideraf
fern to
LUBRICATING OILS tales
Exclusive Agents for the Heavy SteelTemperad Battery and Bolting Wire Cloth kl 1 1 demij roux
red snl
graze J
CUNNINGTON CO bcrtv of i a or sun s t
sunI
first I
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THE LEADING HOUSE IN UTAH FOR motf
Sion h
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I I F AMILY AND MINING I I C SUPPLIES E 8 t jndingsl rated Greece icacylj it
I ert of
We carry a full and complete stock of took > rool
ns u
and Groceries w eyed till
Staple Fancy tin to
tlH affairs I
led to thj
Wholesale and Retail In our
Ui
r ting ul
E3ard are J > epartnlent I ased rem upol
We carry a full line of Carpenters and Machinists Tools and all Kinds of Granite aacent tin
Table and Pocket In J in thoj
ware Tinware Cutlery our
SHilosoplnl
DlIining DeparjnleJDt emulated a s a
We carry a full stock of Candles Powder Fuse and Caps Picks Shovels Steel Intal vi
dorm
Steam Fittings Etc Etc and we are Agents for tetr
r loeS 5 came
JGIAXT fional i inch
1 GIANT POWDER hi
ORIENTAL SPOETIXG gave way 1
grhe sar
AND BLASTING POWDER l publics in t
melt of a
Hooker Pumps Howe Scales and the Crescent aSteel Hme Tl
We have also for sale two FiveFlue Boilers in complete running order They e to people its d
can be had at a bargain
exist an
bargainGUNNINGTON CO jg barbari
citizenships
as lower
a merou3
1 iep up th
PARKE LACY CO lyre were
Ml into the
wiious wit
Nd MACHINERY DEPOT LVs lfgovern a dyin
glare a
nbers dar
Carry the most complete stock in the West jiberty a
despotic
u Hoisting Engines Eoelt Drills fcalaverth
fclc with t
L11 scussfon
A8R COMPRESSORS fe sons of 1
jpm Julius
omweJl to
WestingIioiise a Engines Etc Etc against
gthered str
Writ anima
KNOWLES STEAM PUMPS pint terty fount
In a novel
f the
AND poop
Jke examp
Pumping Engines Boilers Blowers Fans Eessiully ptated the to
Kite to th
Wire Horse Whims oven by tl
Rope Steam and Air Hose i
gpvernm
Iron ipe anc1 F ° i 11ingS9 pee e intellige the
Hancock Inspirators Valvoline Cylinder and Machine Oils Chilled Iron Car Wheels per the be
Smelter Mill and Mining Supplies Contracts and Estimates ispotism t
made for Cornish Rolls Rock Breakers sting upo
republic
ioncentratlng ana stamp Mills ana Smelters
Hans cause
I Machinists Tools Woodworking Machinery etc etc Send for circulars es who t
ing nation l
Office and TVarerooms 259 Haiu Street Salt lake City berty and
a ore oppress
Roman libd
BAIN WAGON DEPOT hen An efforU J
fflent of rd
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c of the 1 Id
HOWARD SEBBEE 1 l COMPAXI nd rcnch the thd be
from little l
Keep a Full Stock of These Celebrated Wagons 11 glare I
j stfoeofk
Concord Buggies Spring Wagons xtreme ubhcanisi
Oliver Plows oven but
Chilled
Moline Plows ublic was
t de which
Casaday and Flying Dutchman Sulky PJows ears The Tiber fate
power is
CBAJIIP10N
I ACaINES the poop
And a Full Line of Agricultural Goods Hardwood and g force o
i Specialty Call on or Address Waeon Materials a sloe il
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y 44114 J ij L11cc ww
fight aL9
Salt Lake City or Ogden Utau atii it ha e
e of mad
hirst and
i BURT MARSH rt CV elopnle
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U tile th
i PLAIN AND o1 ould n at as a
ORNAMENTAL PLASTERING OYist keep ill in1
0m of
DEALERS IX
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General
Plasterers Supplies Plastering Hair Plaster of Paris etain the
The Best in the Market Quality Guaranteed au must undeh I
A Large Quantity Of Center Pieces eed German of
AT nghest ho
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lVhitelfas1 ug and a154111 pY which o
F Calsoinining a Specialty or t he we
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Office No 31 i S West Temple Street ttension o
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JOHN TAYLOR SON to Such search is n
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t of
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ESEABLISHED IN 1865 i am rent t
itt he f0
Have just received a Choice Lot of out of the
SPRING AJTO SUMMER WOOLENS either neVy e Very tl ende ounl
Vre
l shed
Of the LATESTSTYLES which flu stock aot ctrl t
and they offer at REDUCED RATES CAll and examine our all ° 1v c
makeup before haTIng your measure taken seWhere and ff VVron
4OE econ SQu th Street ALT I LAKE CITY at r4 does
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