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I f THE SALT LAKE HERALD SUNDAY AUGUST 10 x1890SIXTEEK PAGES ti j 1I
ON THE FORCE BILL
I
Senator Faulkner Thinks it In
creases Party Power
IS IT UNCONSTITUTIONAL
The Question of Its Wisdom and Expedi
ency The Verdict of Gcorcc W Cable
and Thomas Dixon Jr
I
WASHINGTON August 6 ISJO Special
correspondence of THE HEUAID The I
most important dangerous and novel bill
which will be presented for the considera
tion of Congress at the present session is
that reported from the select committee
on the election of President and VicePres
ident and Representatives in Congress
which seeks through federal legislation to
I take control of the elections held in the
H states for the Representatives in Congress
H The bin shows clearly a design which must I
k at all times and under all circumstances be
H I
wrong
L The abuses consequent upon the enact
ment of such a law can hardly measured
VA swarm of partisan workers throughout
HHw every state in the Union would be paid
1 with money drawn from the taxation of the
whole people to strengthen party organiza
tion to secure witnesses whoso testimony
before the returning board created by said
bill will enable it to grant certificates to
the candidate representing its principles
furnish the evidence to justify the clerk of
the House of Representatives in placing
upon its rolls for the purpose of organiza
tion a majority of members politically in
accord with him and by these means to per
petuate the power of the dominant party in
the legislative branch = of the government
It is not my purpose to discuss the con
stitutionality of this measure it is sum
cient to say that the framers of the con
stitution iie cr contemplated the exercise
of < uch a powerupon the part of Congress
unless compelled to do so as a matter of self
preservation the states Having previously
neglected or refused to appoint representa
tives
Tile convention of New York as an evi
dence of its caution proposed the following
amendment That the Congress shall not
make or alter any regulations in any state
respecting the time place or manner of
holding elections for Senators and Repre
sentatives unless the legislature of such
state shall negtect or refuse to make laws
or regulations for the purpose or from any
circumstances be incapable of making the
same and then only until the legislature
of such state shall make provisions in the
premises
This view was concurred in by South
Carolina Virginia Massachusetts North
Carolina Rhode Island and New Hamp
shire and also by such men as John Han
cock Mr Madison Mr Jay and Mr Jones
No state has neglected or refused to ap
point its representatives nor have any reg
ulations been adopted by any state ifib
versive of the right of the people to a free
and equal representation in Congress
If the leaders of majority in Congress
could curb their partizan zeal for power I
and calmly reflect upon the patriotic views
and sound wisdom of Uthe Fathers of the
Republic as expressed in expounding this
provision of the constitution they would
pause before entering upon this novel ex
p
11 II W W
SEXATOR FAULEX
periment to perpetuate party power But
patriotism and statesmanship seem to exer
cise no influence in guiding the policy and
controlling the actions of those who are now
responsible for the administration of public
affairs
Is it wise or expedient that such a change
in the manner of the election of the Repre
sentatives in Congress shall > e made
Under the terms of this bill at the re
quest of one hundred citizens in any city of
over twenty thousand inhabitants or in any
congressional district or in arty county or
parish upon the application of fifty citizens
it is made the duty of tho chief supervisor
to appoint three inspectors of election for
each preinct in the said city district or
county whose duty under the bill it will be
to guard scrutinize and supervise all regis
tration preceding the election and be pres
ent at tho precincts at the election of Rep
rceutrtivcs ic Congress The chief super
visor is further authorized without limit
to appoint special deputy marshals all of
the same political party to act both prior
to and on the day of the election
This would add to the number of federal
officials hundreds of thousands of active
reckless partisans all under the control of
one political party
The compensation at o a day of this in
crease of officials including the ooard of
canvassers if appointed for all the pre
cincts of the country would amount to
over six millions of dollars which with tho
compensation to each chief supervisor of
each judicial district for salary printing
records required to be kept and certifica
tions to be given would run the amount UP
to full Ss000000 This would be an addi
tional tax upon the people for the perform
ance of the same duty for which they are
now taxed by the state authorities
The federal law giving to the federal in
spectors supreme control over elections
held at the same time and place as the elec
tions for state and county oniccrs and the
character of the men that under a partisan
administration would bo placed in these
positions would necessarily produce fric
tion confusion and disturbance between
the canvassers representing the stale and
inspectors representing the federal govern
mel t
The returns of each precinct arc required
to lie certified to by the federal inspectors I
duplicates forwarded to the chief supervis
ors to the clerk of tho circuit court held
within the district and these returns to be
tabulated and laid before the board of canvassers 1
vahsors appointed by federal authority
whose powers are not confined to the tabu
lation and canvassing ot the retunis made
by thofederal inspectors but they have Ibe
authority under the bill to summon wit
nesses before them and reach conclusion
as ii the result based upon extraneous
IrstluJOfc In other words the worst form
ol the returningboaids of carpetbag
glInt days in the south is to he approved
and adopted a the policy for elections for
numbers of the House The governors
certificate of the election of a ruember of
Congress is to be absolutely ignored an
t Je certificate of the returninpooard is
made prima facia evidence of the title of
the person declared elected and tho clerk
of tho House of Representatives is re
quired to place his name upon the roll for
the purpose of organization
The 120000 federal officeholders of any
ndministration would hold the balance of
power in this country add to this uuuibor
the two or three huuared thousand active
energetic partisans whose enthusiasm
would be stimulated by tho pay and rcwarl
pi following party sordid and wo can realize
he danger that threatens representative
overnment should this bill become a law
I
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Thcprinciple upon whicJUhe bill rests is
that every person or tribunal even includ
ing the federal courts who in any manner
participates in any act that tends to qualify
the elector or to preserve the purity of the
ballot is corrupt and untrustworthy and
that the only safety to the country is to have
their acts supervised biaclass of men who
ate willing for the compensation of 5 a
day to act the detective and forward party
ends
endsNo namecan be put on or dropped from
the registration list except in tho presence
of these federal agents the records of
courts must be open to their criticism the
demeanor and conduct of both federal and
state judges must be observed by them per
sonally and to their critical ear and legal
knowledge must be submitted the evidence
upon which courts shall admit aliens to
naturalization
Paternalism and centralization find their
broadest illustration in the policy sought to
e fastened upon the republic by the enact
ment into law of this bill
The details of the scheme inaugurated
b V it are cumbrous filled with technicali
4es overflowing with the ideas of imprac
tical doctrinarianism The act is so framed
that in tho counting and the certification of
election results under it multitudinous
errors must necessarily occur upon which
a willing and subservient canvassing board
could easily find foundation upon which
to rest a decision throwing out sufficient
precincts to return the represeatative of
tho party in power
In many of its provisions the bill
changes alters or repeals the wisest pro
visions found in the laws of the states reg
ulating and controlling elections and it
claims supremacy and requires the officers
of the state to conform to its provisions
although it is a wellknown fact that in tho
elections held in almost ever state the
members of Congress voted for are upon
the same ballot which contains the names
of all other state and county officers In
this respect it does not in its practical
operation stop at the control of the elec
tion for members of Congress but its influ
ence will be felt and its control will be su
preme in any conflict between the two
Classes of officers or the state and federal
law of elections in tho vote that may be
deposited for purely state and county offi
cers from governor down to magistrates
If at an election under the laws of the
state a special box for the ballots of each
officer voted for is required under the pro
visions of this bill all ballots found for
Representatives in Congress in any of the
boxes may be3 considered in the count made
by the canvassing board This would en
able a multiplication to the extent of the
number of boxes by any voter and yet we
are informed that this bill is for the pur
pose of securing the purity of the elective
franchise and of < seeing that every man
who casts his ballot shall have the same
counted not once as was the oldfashioned
way but as often as he desires to put it in
The marvelous progress and unexampled
development of thesouth inull its great in
dustrial and material interests through the
efforts of her loyal sons and the confidence
inspired by the holders of capital in the
ability of her people to work out satisfac
torily the great problem which surrounds
them is not to be permanently checked by
the efforts of a few politicians to throw her
social organization into confusion and
chaos
Temporarily it may be possible for that
conception statesmanship which is pur
posely limited to the horizon of partisan
advantage to work not a little injury to her
people and to those who have invested their
capital in our great industries but an en
lightened public sentiment will soon be
aroused in the north and west by the en
forcement of this iniquitous law at their
doors which can hardly fail to react upon
its originators
The public mind is already awakening to
the dangers which threaten our institu
tions and an attempt now to stifle the voice
of the American free man by centralizing
all the powers for the exercise of the elec
tive franchise into the hands of any single
party the wires to control the result in
every parish to be pulled from the central
power at Washington will if nothing else
convince the American people that a wrong
sentiment is predominant that many of
the leaders of the party that once claimed
to be the representative of freedom and the
champion of the true principles of popular
government canno longer be blindly trusted
jo guide the interests and control the destinies
tinies of this great and expanding empire
CHARLES J FAULKNER
MR CABLE FAVORS rilE MEASURE
NORTHAMPTON July 10 1890 Special
correspondence of THE HERALDJI favor
Mr Lodges federal election bill It will be
a forcebill in the south only to electoral
systems confessedly designed and operated
to outwit the weakest ana most defenceless
classes of lawful voters the destitute thou
sands who can least afford to lose the pro
tection of the ballot
The nation has waited for some sign of
the reform of these things for fourteen
years in vain These systems have year
by year fortified themselves stronger and
strong in constitutions and statutes
and so far from passing away are receiv
ing more today than ever before the open
approval and support of the party now in
power throughout the Southern States
I do not belong to the party supporting
this bill but I find no reasonable ground
to suppose that that party will commit such
a self ruinous blunder as to allow this
measure to be used as to bring back the
abuses of the reconstruction era There
are thousands of white men who though
loath to commend the measure are never 1
theless willing to see it tried and would be
glad of its success I hope the bill pass
G W CABLE
TilE VIEWS OF A POPULAR PREACHER
CROWS POINT Dongan Hills Staten
Island July 101S50 Special correspond
dence of THE HEHAID Mr Lodges bill
is another step in the natural evolution of
national life since Appomattox At Appo
mattox theold federation of states perished
and the nation was born Every Congress
that has met since the war has put the gov
ernmental plowshare into new soil One
by one the rights so called that once were
vested in the states are abridged by Con
gress or absolutely abolished by the breath
of the supreme court Washington which
is in fact now the only supreme court in
America I do not personally object to all
this I like it
It means a now natfonnltem in which gov
ernment will play a magnificent role tho
like of which has not been seen in human
history The men who are doing this dont
know it but it is being done just the same
The opijliralfrm of this particular bill will
be sectional not nationalandthereore its
results will be evil and only evil It will
result in bad feelings and race riots in the
south and blood shirtism and a carnivalof
ghouls in the north It is a bitter party
measure and will be used for partisan pur
poses It will hurt the negro most of all
The Australian ballot system would have
been a manly statesmanlike measure and
ought to bs passed by Congress for the
whole nation
THOMAS Dixox JK
AGRICULTURAL I
COLLEGE
Of Utah
milE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE OF
JL Utah located at
II I I
Logan Utah
i Will open for Students on September 2
I It io a lrritorialjnst1utaia founded upon a
luitad Htatcs attl Irant 1I1l by ttrrltonal a
prolrlaticl1s for the tirpc f of shin the
young mou and young women of UUh a liberal
I and practical edusatum iu the several pursuits
and professions ol lfe it has courses In Agri
I culture Domestic Economy Mechanic Arts and
Mechanical Engiiertag Civil Engineering ant
I I other special courses
It has a modern equipment sad specialists in
its several llcliib of Instrucrion l
I Its moans of illustration include the United
i states Experimental Statun and its work of
i lesearoh in Apiculture a tins farm including
I horticultural grounds cquippx with modem
i appliances a coGKing dairy cutting and sowing
deiiarimtnl uoiksuopa in wocda new library
nrcceums and 01 her means of illustration
j I Students will be kept in constant contact with
I I illustration of schoyhocm teachings through
out Its four years courses
i i lorparapJiQt containing announcements
I f 1J ti r
I for fuitlicr particulars address
J W SANUORN President
I I Logan Utah
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4T 1 Cures
LaCw yralgia
Q Ou Neuralgia
iii euragia
Salt Point Is Y April 16 18S9
I suffered six weeks with neuralgia a half
bottle ofSt Jacobs Oil cured me no return of
pain in three years Have sold it to many
and have yet to hearofa single casa it did not
relieve or permanently cure
g JAY TOMPKIN5 Druggist
Green Island N Y Feb 111833
I suffered with neuralgia in the head but
found instant relief from the application of
Eu Jacobs Oil which cured mc
E P BELLINGER Chief of Police
HUMPHREYS
VETERINARY SPECIfiCS
For Horses Cattle Sheep Dogs Eo s
AND POULTRY
500 Paso Book Treatment AniinaJa
and Chart Sem Proc
crocs 3cver8ConRe8tionsTnflnmn
nf m
AA Spinal r MemiiBitisDlilk Fever
BU bruins Ijaiiicntifcs lllieuinalisin
CCDihteinper Nasal Discharged
JJHnl or Grub Worms
UK CouliM Jlonvcfi Pnct monill
FlrCoJic or Griper Bellyache
GGOIiscarriaee UcniorrliuscH
HH Urinary and Kidney Diseases
IJEruptive DiBeasee UlaiiBf
JK Diocascs Dicestion Paralysis I
Single Bottle o er50 doses 60
Stable Case with Specifics Manual
Veterinary Cure Oil and Jledicator S70 0
Jar Veterinary Cure Oil 100
Sold by Druggists or Sent Prepaid anywhero
and in any quantity on Receipt ofPrice
Humphreys Medicine Co 109 Fulton St H Y
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II HOMEOPATHIC
I SPECIFIC No g 8
In use 30 years The only successful ren1edy for
Nervous r Debility YJe Vital Weakness J
and rOSlrallOn cluiu overwork ui other canoes
SlperTialorfi yials and large vial powder for es
BOLD BY DnuaoiSTS orscntpostpaidonreceiptoi
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A Womans Unpardonable Sin
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Kfcujs < i lrLsvi
It is surely an unpardonable fault if not asia
for a woman to neglect her personal appearance
All women cannot be beautiful In every particu
lar but every woman may be cleanly sweet
attractive and lovable A few golden freckles
on a sunkissed cheek mar not detract from
beauty but there is no excuse for the woman
who through ignorance or neglect allows her
face to retain for very long such hideous blem
ishes as sallowness moth patches blackheads
or pimples It is not difficult to understand
why the face grows dark or shows other blem
ishes while all the rest of the body remains
perfect in appearance The face being the out
let of expression for the body all the ill condi
tions hang their flag upon it The face is con
stantly exposed to climatic changes all the im I
purities that float in the air are free to settle
upon It ana oy mixing wun tne seoaciout se
cretions they enter and clrg the pOres Again
the face has not the benefit of the constant fric I
tion which our clothing ghes to other narts of
the body Injurious cosmetics are also too often
the cause of a thickmuiky complexion These
are acknowledged facts and prove the necessity
of proper care and attention to simply keep the
complexion perfect If it has already become
imperfect it requires proper treatment to re
store it
Mrs Gervaise Grahams Faco Bleach
Removes sallownesJ sunburns freckles moth
patches pimples indeed all blemishes lodged
In the kin but docs not bleach from the face
the natural rosy color Freckles moth patches
and other discolorations are dissolved black
heads llesh worms and all impurities of the
pores are brought to the surface where they
dry and fall oft with tho old cutIcle which gra
dually flakes off by rubbing the fae gently with
a towel The face Bleach is also a perfect
cure for a co ir3e or stnppled skin as the old
cuticle is entirely but gradually removed
While the old skin is thus being dIsposed of the
new cuticle is forminp soft and mooth vure
and clear and line as that of an infant Face
Bleach is not a cosmetic but a remedy which
Is to be discontinued when the disease is cured
It is freauentlj recommended by physicians to
their patiuts It contains nothing deleterious
to the most delicate skin From one to three
bottles are required according to the severity
of the case Price per bottle SltO Send to
Mrs Grahams establishment 103 Post street
San Francisco for her book How to be Beau
tifull
Cucumber and Elder Flower Cream
Cucumber and Elder Flower Cream contains
all the cleansing and purifying qualities possi
ble it alto makes the skin beautifully soft
pure and of a satinlike texture and bloom and
keeps it Irae from wrinkles it is composed of
milk of atooncK cucumber juke and elder
flower cream and contains 110 vaseline animal
fat glycerine cr ot itr substance Mhich would
in any way injure Hie I bkmor cause a growth of I
hair on the face No ladles toilet is complete
without this meritorious article Price pTbot
tIc SI This and Graham preparations
roil SALE uv
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MRS E L CROCKWELL fx CO
Kcom 23 Utah Stove and Hardware Buid
far Salt Lake city
SUJIJIOiNS
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TN THE DISTRICT COURT IN AND FOR
JL the Third Judicial district of Utah territory
county of Salt Lake Isaac Jackson plain tilT
S lary lackon defendant Summons The
people the territory of Utah tend greeting
To Mary lackson defendant You arc hereby
icquired to appear in an actjoi brought ngf nit
you by the above named pialntlft in the distrIct
court ol the Third jwVcil distrct I I
of the territory of Uta uui to ui I I
swcr the complaiut tiled tUoiotn within i i j
ten days exclusive of the day of service I
aftcrtuc service on you of this simmons if 1 I
served within this cnilnrv Oi If skived out of
this county but 3n thin district within twenty
days otherwise wlthn Tony Osiys or judgment
by default will be taken against you according
to the prater of sad loiaplaat
This action is brought to have a fieree of this
court dissolving tile bonds of maliinosy be
tween plalntift and defendant aoove relief
7 > raycdon th ground that about the year lb > vj
I defendant willfully deserted and abandoned this
I plaintiff and has ever since continued to so
I willfully and without cause desert and abandon I
I this plaintiff against his will and without his
coaicnt farther thai for years before dcfond
ants said desertion of plaintiff defendant
I treated him with great cruelty to the extent of
causinghtm both great bodily Injuty and men
tal distress
I And you are hereby notified that if you fail to
appear and answer the said complaint as above
required the said plaintiff will apply to tho
court for DIP rellfcf demanded therein
Witness the Hon Charles S Zane judge
and the seal ef the district court of tho
Third judicial district in and for the
snAt territory of Utah thlsLlst day of JUlie
In the year of our Lord ono thousand
ckht hundred and ninety
I HENRY G MMILLAN
By GEO D LOOMIS Cleric
Deputy Clerk
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Declare the Second SemiAnnual
ODDS AND ENDS SALE
A repetition of last Februarys successful venture which worked like a charm
and yielded mutual benefits Nothing more pleasing to us than to sell an odd garment
and to see our friends carry off such rare and undisputed bargairis with a large rebate
We have adopted a method of clearing them semiannually by a sacrificial pursuance
for a suit or two here orthle amongst our mammoth clothing stock is like a needle in
a haystack easily lost Thus wo prefer to gather them in time and plunge the knife
into prices deep enough to make them disappear rapidly and advantageously
THESE QUOTATIONS WILL VERIFY
Retail Department First Floor
Lot Former Down
Sizes Quality and Style
No Price to
=
3519 33 37 Cassimere Sack 13 00 8800
3318 35 30 13 50 8 50
7405 38 39 Cheviot 1500 0 50
21150 40 43 Tweed 4Button Frock 16 50 1000
3051 35 Cassimere Sack 20 00 13 50
3054 33 at a J 21 50 1500
30S1 35 37 38 h 22 00 15 50
30 3340 Worsted 24 00 1700
3000 3l > Harris Cassimere Frock 25 00 17 50
293034 33 Imported Scotch 26 50 IS 50
Wholesale Department Second and Third Floors
Sizes Quality anty1e Former Down
I Il kgrl
4044 37 3S Scot h eedSack H HO OQ S G 75
5H 16 40 Black Worsted Sack 14 CO o 00
d054 35 39 Cheviot Frock 1 00 11 O
3309 35 85 Fancy WorstedSack 1 50 11 50
13Is 13 a lh 50 11 DO
3J4 34 35 aI a 16 75 11 75
5601 i so CassimereS 1750 1225
a243 33 40 Fancy rsted Sack 20 00 11 50
51402S3ti Frock 2000 1450
304327 30 Casslmero Sack 2200 16 00
3337135 40 Fancy Worsted Sack 25 1800
4037j35 30 Black Worsted Prince Albert 27 50 20 00
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ODDS AND ENDS ESTRAY SIZES ODDS AND ENDS
IN IN IN
Boys and Childrens Hat and Shoe FURNISHINGS
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Clotbing Department Depllrtments Departments
P S Positively no reserve during this gigantic sale First come first
served There are any amount of suits on sale which remain unmentioned in
above quotations owing to lack of space but we shall kindly refer you to ex
amine prices as displayed in one of our show windows
Cnt out your want and bring it along for reference
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FAUERBACH BRO
r
Salt Lake City Utah
Extensive additions to our Store neccessitato the removal of the west wall an
compel us to close our store for sometime duringAugust To avoid carrying ov <
Summer Goods we announce a
CLEARING SALE
Every article we offer is sure to go if selling desirable goods at cost will make them go
OUR OTTO B < EE
Never to carry goods into next season if reductions will dispose them this season
has saved us thousands of dollars and given us the leading position in the dry goods
trade Dry Goods unlike good wine do not improve with age therefore we quote the
lowest pricesever known this city
Black Gros Grain Silk at GOc worth S5c
h LI I 70c J 95c
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75c 110
Colored Silk at 75c 90c and 110 are the biggest bargains offered this season A
line ofSummer Silk usually sold atoOc GOc and 70c1 marked down to 35c
20 pieces of Black Bunting at5c worth 23c
Scotch Zephyr Ginghams at 15c 20c and 23 > c worth 20c 25c and 30c
1 lot of Plain Dark Organdies at Si jC worth iOc
1 lot of Figured Linen Lawns at 10c worth 25c
1 lot of Dress Linens at 25c
1 lot of India Linens 14 yards for 100 12 yards for 100 and 10 yardsfor S1CO
TennisPlannels ntlOc worth loc and 12 1 c worth 20c
Extra ine Silk Stripe Tennis Flannel at C5e worth GOc
1 lot of printed Wool Challies at 12Kc worth 25c
1 lot of Ladies Embroidered Dress Patterns at 100 and 150 quarter the cost
1 lot of Boys Lowcut Shoes at 125 worth 300
1 lot of Mens Lowcut Shoes sizes 5K to 7K at 300 These goods were
sold at S i 00
1 lot of Ladies Clothtop Kid Button Shoes at 8150 worth 250
Hot of Misses and Childrens Clothtop Button Shoes at 125 and 225 worth
200 and 300
All of our Childrens Misses and Ladies Tancolored Shoes reduced to cost
+ Ladies and Childrens Straw Hats +
At lOc 13ci 23c 40c dOe and 75c These are at Half Price
v
4v Ladies Outing Cloth Blouses 9v
1 lot at CUe worth 1 00 j I lot at S100 worth 175
Childrens Gingham Dresses ages 2 to 10 Half Price
+ BOYS CLOTHING DEPARTMENT +
Childrens Outing Cloth Suits in two pieces at Sic worth 150
Seersucker and Cheviot Kilt Skirts at jOe worth 100
Boys Cottoiiade Suits at 201 worth S350 > and 8VJ5 worth L00
ONE PRICE TO ALL I WE ARE NEVER UNDERSOLD
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General Real Estate Business Transacted
Special Attention to the Forming of Syndicates Agents for Eastern Capital
We do not Handle SNAPS but GOOD BARGAINS
EXPERIENCED OPERATORS and Members of the Real Estate Exchange
129 1iTsm Street ooarjoiea SJeoojncl J3Qt1th
The InterMountain Abstract
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We are Prepared to furnish Complete Abstracts on all Real Estate in Salt Lake Co a
I THOMAS HOMER Manager
Office < 232 Main Street Under Bank of Salt Lake
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The Best Nerve Blood and Brain Tonic
The Childrens Best Tonic
Contains Iron and Phosphates Docs not constipate
For Delicate Women
It is the finest and most palatable Iron Tonic In use
For Merchants and Business Men
It is quieting to overworked Brain and the Nervous System Cures Sleeplessness and Hea4
aches in the morning
Professional Men and Students
Will find Pho Fcrrone of benefit in mental work It builds up the whole system
The Restless and Nervous I
Will be surprised at the relief this delightful drink affords
ON xi3GEtr Co pEr GLASS at
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PhiL Klipples Carriage Shops
Carriage and Painting
Wagon Repairing I and Trimming
NEW WORK I TELEPHONE > >
BUILT TO ORDER 232
144 146 JIc1 1z1S tv Seooacd So tati Street
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ATSON BROS
Mantels and Grates of All Kinds
Largest and Finest Stock in the City
Ai o es1 Prices
Call and Examine our Large Line before Buying
1 and 79 WI South Temple Street opposite Assembly Hall Salt Lake City
RgK THOMAS
2 2S 309 32
East First South St
Respectfully invites all his old patrons
and fri nds to call on him at his new
quarters Purchasers will obtain all
advantages of selecting from a
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Large Stock at Lowest Prices in a
perfectly lighted store In the base
ment six counters are devoted to Bar
gains where my country friends will
be able to buy goods at about half
their value I
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P O Box 422 Telephone 485
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Building Rock
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