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2 ' !Tkri!Hnr "T71 icaon. Steaks th winter. Stepa arn I r prrpwia to t rpafii-HiM- nu tU lnk w ourl y mine. in Tbe Chinese at the City -rvUv r U4 l nd Binirhaai preat raj" lr there were njomire, in Rurant h-- tTyin to aud dczaprUcapMiU.eAeb the other to th --flowery kingdom b the butcher knife route. V. W nrlfTths. J. C Griffith and JJ. IVnovnn of Haito have Iwaned the - Horn Kilvar mine for ail mouth from . .i.t- t ha etniratioa of the prefect U to J.W.Owden, I- - W. Nirhota, R F. Morrisoa and J. 1L Scott of Kra. irrwled in morning, at emu ft ttmAtirf by northwest of Newburg. BiaAel roLU Thursday night a aLe .alone in the duuog rnum vt n Hift boua4pr, M Mary boose. Bdsall. ft nicue, bad gooeftaayoodoora krxxk on the was ikL 7 Thwre about o'clock and Mr. Birdsall Lade the visitor come in. A stalwart youcg man w ith a black mam over in upper mtrtof hi face entered the room with corked revolver in bis hand. Mr. Birds-al- l is very lame from the effect of a fH a few moat ha ago and alks with the aid ot ft very boavy cane. This be at once euad. He mads a pass w ith it at the intrude Tli would be awrtasm dougeua tired tin Utv, ami at the aawe timeUirOoali. from hi weapon at Mr. Ta lattrt fell with a wound under th f i collar bone, that extnUea iuroUj;n to bia back. The marked man then Wft without securing any the premise noty. Mr. Birdsall after a while got u and procured an axe. IIeeatbth.nl door all night with the weapon in jj r bis bands, momentarily eipectmg call from his aailant or the latter' pa la. No one came, however. Ye-- t .r.luv n.om u.tr earlv a neighbor found the wounded wan lit ill on guard. The I o afterward drove to Xewburg, and D. Wiggin extracted the bullet, wbk-a considerably flattened by coming in Farmer Birdxmtact with the bone. call returned home with the bullet in hi pocket. It waa ft narrow escape from death. The wounded man will probably recover. It i believed that he shooting was done by a member of Sewberg's villainous gang ot "Bridge janditft." - m at rooming. It.JuwhjF-boddors not jo out to the) lalto and U. 8. MnJiil II Djputy Thuradav f u B is at aiwint at k ,lv John-mrBrigham fur furnishing KnikTft bottlr I lUnnrwtr Indian) with wf whisky. Caaeadv" in default of Lai. will be taken to the penitentiary to await hui trial. The woula of BlUa, Logan county, last week nt ft formal petition to tti U Ftnl AuiUnt Postmaster Gtweral Slioa-hoUblih a horee route between and Blis. borne four hundred nmm are eraatlr inconvenienced bol th nrMfwt irroaa rwvlect on the part the poetoffioe department in rddiUon to the usual deity on tne ran war. Haya ftf Tueadar tnorninff Jam aaulted an old man named Hugh Martii. nf nnratnila without warniutf. and in knifo wound, Kansa Torn I'p. flicted on him twenty-on- e neveral of winch are ol a very aeriou Kaisaa ha b -Kambai Cirr. Njv. mtiiK Martin waa taken to hi hoiut of sudd n poas s historical atite condi in oima a Ilea be in l'onatello. where and re the question movement the await ical ll tion and Hi) a ia in jail to sult of tua work. which is agitating ita population this fali is whether the Farmers' Alliance, Republican party, Democrat, Colorado. or a combination of either Grand Junction eipact to have a new two ia party, to assume po.it c d con-n- l election. operft bouae aoun. after Tuesday's a elected be to are governor T 're 803 The polioe of Denver arrested pec nl - a full list of st.ite officers, pie during thi monta oi Ociober. .fn Congressmen and a legislature Denver ia now doinjr ita first paving that will choose a successor to Senator and ta proud as a boy witu ne boota. Iniralla. The Farmers Alliance and Resubmis-ioChief of Ditctivea Laar of Denver parties have both come into promi-lenc- e baa been forced to resign. He ia th within the last eight months. The of victim politic. farmer party, which is well organized It ia now reported thtt through trait a id airgressive with an enrollment of will be running over the Kio tirunde t:W,000 members, acknowledges it preJunction by November 'JO. set chief ambition to be the retirement The recent failure of S. Polton & Bra. if John J. Ingalls from the United States 4enate. of Denver is complicated by the mysThe party ft is combi-latio- n of the firm't terious disappearance of hitherto heterogenous books. whose basis of union is in opposi-io- n While ft young man waa riding a fracto prohibition. Its recruits are tious horse lust Sunday in the ao f om both the Demosratio and Republi-a- o part of Grand Junction, the horse reared parties, and its shibboleth repeal of and fell, breaking ita own neua. he prohibitory law. Th R( publican are those wno have In the suit of David Cairns against the Etaftubm'Bsionist the national tiwn of Montrose for the killing of his 'eft the party because and Kansas in Republican party was which tried the marshal, dog by oartv are on variance the District court this week, the jury RpDublican liuiJ;-law"Vfo0'li- V dollar dam- - tn the awarded plaintiff sixty-on- e iUDmisaion and. Democratic parties ftgea. med in their nomination of the state A gentleman just in from the Whib tbket, declaring fiat the people of the river oauntry euye that about 100 In- .wate should have an opportunity for an dians with about 400 horses are nov, expression upon the question. Thus roaming through that part of Color ml. there are three full state tickets in the ield. Republican, Farmers' Alliance and killing deer ami other game in greu The sucDomocratio quantities. The cabbage and onions on eshibitio. cessful party, whichever it may be, will at the Mesa county fair, which attracts irobablv have a plurality lew than so much attention, were from V. 1 . 15,000. The Farmers' Alliance and parties are gener-illBannister's ranch on l'lutoau. The cal of Sona-to- r oppesjd to the bage heads each weighed thirty-tan active He made has Ingalls. pounds, while the onions would averagt mmpiiiq n a id laughs at the possibility between three and four pounds each. of a defeat of the Republicans entire A gang of tramps who had boon hang wtven congressmen from Kansas but the ing around tlio dt p t for several days, Democrats express hopes of electing two on Sunday last broKo into a freight cur or three in the strongest Alliance disand stoli therefrom a quantity ot cannea tricts. goods and tobacco, says the Montrose Messenger. They were captured the Ready to Quit. next day, and on Tuesday night, "by the Pa., Nov. 3. It is confiScottdalf, light of the moon," they tripped the "light fantastic" aidod by a literal ap- dently believed that 10,000 employes of plication ot horsewhips applied to the the Frick coke syndicate will quit work tender auotoray of each tramp's bod) Wednesday unless Andrew Verostick, called the bosom of his pants, with thi their committeeman, who was is reinstated. It is believed greatest seal by a posse of our citizens. This is the best way to treat these petty the company will, in case ot a strike, anthieves and is one that will have a most nul the existing wage agreement, and beneficial effect upon this class of bums. this will further co triplicate matters. I aurbt 1 cab mark Toaa. Xor. Kc 47(MM4incUr.wi-J- ebt . New York ftecka. rdalL s farater SOyearaof age, bo readcft bear FosUrrtoan, four auLft tl A cutties amp n indull ow at Nine Mil Cn UP wa tact e4t. Om nzxi Dr. lraka wan to aUrod Lim. Tk Idaho Herald, of EingnAB, that tba coal famina wntUloti Farmer I of SeaT Xr alarf. baavDy beict take far Xh lisrrf tU Vmtari AUim at Gueur d'Aioo cily. - Eiprkttc - Iwu4 wmi ia tto Probate y Montana. Great Falls la to have a 95,033 steam laundry building. The reoeipts of the Nortaern Pacific road at Missoula are reported at 9600,000 per month. Butte has decided to have a garbage crematory and Helena is considering the same plan, Choteau county's total registration is The total vote 1,300 in round numbers. of last year was 1,258. Charles Colbert's log cabin below the Northern Paeitlo railway yards at Butt was burned out while he was away at work. It is believed to have been dont by incendiaries, who went there fur plunder. Conductor Dondell stopped his train near Missoula one Saturday and picked up a unknown man who had fallen into his own camp fire and received severe injuries. He was intoxicated and could cot give any particulars. A boy was arrested recently at Helena at the request of his father for running away from Lis home in Butte, and was given a Beat in the city marshal's odlce until his father arrived. The boy war rather quiet and not much attention waf paid to him, and after he had bteen in the office a short time he walked out ot the door and skipped for parts unknown. Some time ago the Journal exposed the practices of a pair of photographic "fakirs," who worked Helena on a very doubtful game. The practice was to photograph a residence, assuring the owner that it cost'nothing, and that if the pictures taken were satisfactory they could be purchased. The fakirs dethen presented bills, impudentl manded payment, and are trying to enforce their claims by means of a collect ing agency ol blackmailing tendencies. One of the Last. WATCHMAKER, IVaaual Umtit. rkaawavi IMKtuK .... Ee4 f'u-ta- cm. aaxnoev iM (ieMunt bM4Mdr. Viw Toaa. Nov. at "a 4.-- MT PrwM . Ju-.- x t wuataa Bon da. tiorerameat bobdtcluwii Vsw Yoaa, Sot. t Jl l'uaLatit-Ja- ,'1,b .. Buriiurb Larkwasoa I.. & H.U .. rm Wyt Pac.e Mail a !'4 .. .. V't Ia1m .. Jl Rork IkUnd Frio Varna Liae ( uMlaUf-Ju- M rl.'ri"lral rt-A- ti'i Ml ( Ontral orvhir 1 'hi. Cal. ft Va.... F'inkron ii IroaBilTcr H irlinum Mux. ....... lDlral com.. SIS lx. IVex. Srat mortaTa lan Dicco Conlabl-3ukc- Ptmlnm Irra7nlrt ornH at 7X, rlnJ at wt 7S.Oocembtr oprtiml at. 7'4. at 7VV- elosmi - o' tlie "lonir." to reitliie. KeceipU (llpment 18.in. Rre Firm at S7. Phimlilera si.or Short --- " .r- rib-tS- l,(M6,nOU; I Incorporate-- ! tt :t Ml. Hoc Rece)rt, S8,nofl; iictive; parVer and hipnera, Kl 7SW4 H: prime heavy mlibntchera' W vei?hte. K",i 4 27' : akirni and aeloc.ted liirht, 2 Olti IV henry mixed, 3 H 05 1 aaaorted lii-h-t. SI intil 12'4. . ma . . c I .1 n Mi M ip, ; BANK nvenae.Orlcn.rtab. street, Oatlea, . I Uli. Kxir,:.i's. Tlllltr) DIVIDEND. (Incorporated.) Dealers in Groceries, Liquors, Tobacco and Cigar. Ogden, Utah. Oct. IS, 1S90. A quarterly dividend of 6H per cent has been declarodon thecapitaj etock of tlii corporation, payable Noyember 5th, of record Opt. InSKI, to all atock holder 25, personally nKn presentation of their stock certificates or upon their written order. TIIF.O. SCIIAXSEXMACH, Secretary. Wholesale SECOND DIVIDEND. Kiesel Salt Co. Works : SYRACUSE. Onden City, Utah, Oct. 15, 1P90. A quarterly dividend of 2 per cent has been declared on the capital atock of this corioration. payable November 5th, IS90, to all stockholder of record Oct. 2"th, Office : OUDEN. personally upon presentation of their stock certificates or upon written order. II. A. LIMlLKY, On easy terma. New Bve room PR SALE bouse, with cellar, front and back Call on J. W. Wnretiama, Van M.TEAHEN Tho. BARarNB, Jonit W.Jonu, E. Bud, Benj. Lohbasd, H. A. J. SHOP. 143 MAIN ST. Vtonta AM and Qlaaa fl KIM, MERCANTILE Omaha, Council Hlutfs, I Denver, Kansas City, J and east, daily No. 8 Atlantic Eipress, Denver, Omaha, Conn- -' cil Hlutts, Kansas City j J and east, daily treet, Ogdeo, Clah. ANSVOU) A. C Botlb, Bio blow - w. smith. surrn. SMITH, No. 6, 7 and 3. No. Wt Leave. lOO.OOO. SUIiPIUS, $135,000 Interest Paid on Time Deposits. W. N. Shiliiko. Vice President. W. Wasben W. Comer, President. Tueo. Bobison, V. Hsi,r.icn, Uashier. and Jlanager. Vice-Pro- s, CAPITAL, John Keck, Warren W. Corey, C. E. WurteieIO.O.Robiwon, Thos. Cahoon, Ad. Kuhn, S. 8. Schramm, Theo.Robiiiwjn K. A. Wells, COMMERCIAL National B Leave. OF AND 24th. AT , Leans, Accounts solicited. Correspondence ROCK! ROCK! ROCK! JlULIlMail Mortgages, Active Invited. l Deeds, 3. C. Akmbtbong, President. W. V. Hei.frich. O. E. Hat.. Aes't Cashier. Cachior. , . ' Good Cigars I So Callers Allowed. New York, Nov. a The Irish leaders refused themselves to all callers this morning and will hold a reception this afternoon. O.OOO. Surplnat and Capital, Un .ivideU Profits, .50,000. El., The BlrClnia qnarry of Gray Granite Keck la the Bent la the Market. For price delivered call at office of Brain-are- ), Hobinxon a Co, 240S Washington Av. THI N. S. Nov. 4. DEALER IN Apoiral - Implements, COMMERCIAL OFFICE A m mmiiv StM Washington Avenue Offdra, Utah. tosrorrAiiix'o Wagons, City Ex- No.703-P- ark press, Utah A Northern, Accommodntion, Salt Lake City, Frisco and all intermediate points a.sririlx HOBS TRUTaSKT-aM- aU nlilllq ttmm MMUMiairacMriCaalriN, RmS, uia nsluutoa MawiAa a twaahaulte la a WrilalkM, Cna, wn nwrraaviaa i 9M a. m 220 p. m 11 30 a. m p. m 6.-0- p. m SS0 p. m 6:09 f MOCXTAIN ware,' Iron and Steel. Baker Barbed TIKI. "Wire, smith Tools, Etc. Leadville. 1 ueWo.Den-vo- r. and all points east daily No. Salt Lake) City and intermediate ) points, daily No. 4 Atlantis Express, $H PENCIL& SCRATCH TABLETS, a. m 9:40 p. m "Eli" 50 p. m 5:40 p. m 10 .00 a. m UO ity.l'uehlo, Denver and east, daily a. m Southern Paclflc. TIM. Leave. No. Mail, Fast) San Francisco daily V ) , I Pacific Express,') through to San Fran- Cisco and intermediate Arrive. 100 a. m 830 a. m No-- points, daily I fI 11:15 p. m 1 30 a. m Arrival and departure ofU. 8. mails at the 0doQ poBtoQiee : l:a.m. ' Union Pacific Central Pacific...: 8i Utah Central 10 00 Park City and Coalville. 10:11 Brigham City, Logan Black- - and Collinston 10:00 Denver and Aspen 10 is) S :30 Utah Northern Uuh Central 630 OGDKN, . Arrive. Leave. No 8 Fast Mail, Salt Lake City, Provo, Buggies, Turbine Wheels, Engines Saw Mills. D.AR.e.W.... 10.-0- . " " m. 8ip. 60 " " 6K " " p.m. " " SKXta. m. 5KX)p. m. 60 " 9 AO a. m. 6 iOO p. m. ( 'heyenne & Eastern Hunlsville and Eden, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. West Weber and Florence, Tuesdays and Fri- days rosTomcB houm. General delivery windows open at 8 o'clock a. m. and close at 6 o'clock p. m. Money order window opens at 8 o'clock a. m. and closes at ( o'clock p. m. VEEK DELIVER! ST8TBM. Business district, two deliveries per day, at 8 o clock a. m. and 2 o'clock p. m. Keeidence districts, one delivery per day, at 10 o'clock a. m. "I. Kimball, P- 01. - Hard and Soft Paper, Kn A b acknowledge the leadlnr remedy for? Daaankna A OlcavL. RULED AND UNRULED, b KAHH0ODI Mral andKERVOUB EalXirTY; aaoet Weakaassef Body as lof Errors or Excesses ia Mi, Old or Tonne, a.hi. BAhHOOB e,ll. VNimd. Haw I. mlitrr. tlnatlHiSUI, tpTILOr0tMifS risruor Itouf. a. m 0 JO a. m t.-O- rHOUNTAKJ Road Carts, Blackboards. FOR HEN ONLY! IFor Arrive. 701 Rio Grande Western. Office, 8427 Washington avennn over Horrock & Sons store. Teeth without plates and saving natural teeth a specialty. No teeth or roots too bad to be saved by tilling or crowning. Special attention given to children's teeth. 0 LlllLUO. I daily.. Wa;on Material, Heavy Hard- OGDEN, UTAH. . AND Bank, ' Utah Central hox'Aain tihb. DENTIST. OF OGDEN, UTAH. : $200,000.' 6:45 p. m 5 J0p. m CIVIL ENGINEERS & SURVEYORS. Plans, specifications and estimates prepared and work superintended. Maps, plats, tracings, blue prints, etc., etc.. No. Ex-- ) executed on short notice. , Salt Lake City, f jress. Rooms 3 and I, Union block. No. 362 Twenty intermediate points. .. ) Fourth Street, Oirden. Utah. No. 7ffV Fast Mail and l.T. & N. Express, Salt Lake City, and all JDJWflSTS. intermediate points, R. SNOWDEN, Q J. E. Dooly, President. L. B. Adams, . Tf. FAE18. rpt'SH CAPITAL, . Atlantic Fast) Hail, Salt Lake City, ) daily CIVIL ENGINEERS. Arrive. HnU and") Butte and Helena Ex- press all points north, daily PHYSICIAN. C. A. TISH. A FARIS, United States Depository. a Valley lo-- ) I Teal Stti tlo-- reek, aild1? ill intermediate pomU. .. ) No. Ogden, Utah. 11:00 WS-C- ache No.803-K-ast A. COTTINGHAM, UTAH NATIONAL BANK, p. m TIMS. Wash- - No. ' I JO fMOCKTATIf PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS rp a. m 1:30 a. m Utah & Northern. ATTORNEEYS-AT-LA- Office, rooms ntrton aienue Arrive. Fast Mail,l No.S-Limi- ted ATTORNEY-AT-LA- In connection with sreneral practice, gives special attention to diseases peculiar to females diseases of the gnnito urinary organs, disease of the rectum, vis.: Piles, ristula, Oxsure and Sell Exchange on all the leading cities of ulceration ; diKOaws of the car, noBe, throat and Omaha New on also York, Chicago, chest. Consultation free. Europe; OUice over l'oetotiice. and ban Francisco. CO.. silver Purchases. Gladstone Declines. London, Nov. 3. Mr. Gladstouo de- - WALL AVE., BETWEEN 23d O'ined to stand as a candidate for the re torship of the universit ? of Aberdeen. He gives advanced age as the reason of li 1' U' W 1 B ' 1 ' declining this nomination. TABLES. Union Pacific Railway. (mowtain Tins. halt IjSkeL A SPECIALTY TIME RAILROAD DETOSITS. PAID ON TIME INTEREST CALS0MIN1NG One floor north of silver. The amount offered was 1,000,-00ounces, amount purchased 515,000 ounces as follows: 40,000 ounces at fl.0040; 50,000 at 91.0655; 250,000 at st LOST. DIRECTORS: Washuigton, Nov. 3. The treasury department resumed the purchase of Tweuty-nr- Ham. AND SPECIFICATION'S FOR LOST PLANS ttouae. Finder will plese return street. luReiniiardt a Dawson. SIS Twenty-thir- d No. 2103 Washington arenn Office", np-UiUKUcn. L lau. gMITH k BOAniTOF DIRKCTOBS Cashier. O'Brien attempted to photograph a witness.' He was arrested and the magistrates adjudged him guilty of contempt and sentenced him to one week's imprisonment. Promiuent Swiss Dead. Paris, Aov. 3. General Castlonan, iERNK,ruv. j. uincn Ucbsenbem, a .do de camp of Napoleon IIL is dead. prominent bwiss statesman, is aead. TRAIiE -- A CHICAGO FIRM BEST KK ' n line stuck of dry cuoda, invutcuiA $3B.0uu. for OKOea real eataia. Let dm t eschaac know hat yon have to trade (or it. or part of it. 8. BOKEMaN, Law. Co., HARD WOOD FINISHING A SPECIALTY The schooners Halifax, Maud S. and Geneva are being fitted out f .r ft trip to British Columbia. Both will engage in eal fishing. luu-Uea- Leave. Banking Business Transacted. 8. M. Pkkshaw, t T. ! COTTAGE, FOUR W cl tun. UKden, A General l. nnu,e, f Arrested For Contempt. Tipferary, Nov. 3. During the proceedings in the conspiracy Patrick Off for Behring Sea. CHEAP-SE- aad clothes Lath room, pantry . nil nicely lor. water ia pre: ramwa. jara. atebeo. tttiur iiunwus .met. luur uwora iraaiuuui aivecn, anovur line, S1KBA1X. BOWABS M. AIXISOM. A ALLISON, PA.HSTTHSTG CITIZENS' BANK GEO. A. LOWE, f 1.0GG5; 185,000 at 91.0G70. SALE ua flur P. O. HOU8I AND 8IGS ; bartAea liltlt Five PuuiU. Lu t Tiey. ATTORNEY-AT-LA- H. T. BIOEIXIW. President JOHN A. HOYLK, Vice President A. P. U1GELOW. Aas't Cnsluer. F'eanf AND A famUial J. A-- porcbe. near Office, 069 Twenty-fourt- h PereipU. 19.000 W: Texana. R W tnaiiv: natirea. (i I in ; bull and cow, II 35gt SO ; mner, $2 50 S Cheers for the Tariff. Canton, O., Nov. 4. The weather is disagreeable with snow and rain. The managers are endeavoring to get every voter to the polls. Major McKinley was PAPER HANGING heartily cheered when he approached the polls to vote this morning. KtLE-LAM- J. li. kuoikr. UiTE, Under Territorial Xiiwiktng Nov. & W AU Ins UfcAPLST LuU Hal U SMI. b ft lutautlrav it tut fur laad I kit nulea out. IX)R B. UEYWOOD, Fred. J. Kicscl ill. atreeC h Daily, scsdav rwcLrrjED. Arrival and departure of trains enrrying Office, over I'tah National Bank, comer of anreet. paasenger nt tbe Union depot, Ogden, Utah. Wahinrton avenue and Twenty-fourt- - 8100,000. CAPITAL, t Tweuty-fourt- luuaib. kito. Hrt National I JIMBALL 90. Adams W OGDEN, UTAH. Chicago Cattle. : ir Ogdei. Ttah. Ave. ii JACOB .(0 CmrAOO. A BlINKSS LOT till KOI IXIRL FILE . k'...t . Mkawll ia a MltiM Ik. ry.l. A I a rLJ Ki. W ATTORNEYS-AT-LA- STATE OGDEN "Hi.S0. 14. $s m. A h Ktt Whi-ker-- R. IAHES Chicago Produce Birlev-Fir- FCRMSHLD ROOK, lral airvu. FOR SALE. TJOR MCBPHY, :bl bus ld. BANKS. Nov. 4. Wheat opened 4 lower, lower than SatiiHa. fl'ietuatd :eloeet IWline waa continuation of Satnnlajr'" wakne inflnencexl by a doeireon tlie r.rt CaiCAOO, OID Praclirea in the District Court and all the The finest line of wedding and invitacourt. I'eraonal atteotion iriven to collection. tion stationer in tbe city at The ComRemember the place, ia Perry's srnodea buildmeat shop of t it. Iiwiwll a ilro.. mercial otlioe. in:, near Trot-fourt- , rsBcmcr. Justice of the Peace Jame Johnson. I ouatable Francia M. lielnap. Nov. 4. hue. key A. OR REST uut; call iiisHm n IX)REEvr-- LOiT avean. Uraait Bk ATTORNEY-AT-LA- ooru Petroleum. Yon, Nkw un ATTORNEYS-AT-LA- y liogtre. pU TRMSHLO U.f 1 OlWe, :il7 Wwlunxtoa rUCMT. Joatic of the Peaxw-- P. P. Binchaa. IS Wahiurtoa pAIXTEK ltxxs- rirrrr. Constabl- e- Daniel N. Drake, west srEBta ranciscT. Justice of the Peace J. W. Hurt. K.lAT-ftM'- aidrM ATTORN ne Justlee of the Peace Peter L. Sbemer. Cuusuble James ilarrop. rrin.... (. ATTORNEY AT LAW, TLU1I hnnil I lL. RWOBIHJIAS, J n avaKtk tXi d Floor. . Office: Rooea Bmuk buildinc. UrJea. L tab. - iau " , F. Hal verso. Justice r tb Peace-Sim-on Constabla t'alrb Parry. Boatow, Nov. 4. Th atock markH eloaed a SS Bbe. LXK &aiard ATTORETATLAW. block. Room 4. l'e 3 Tventv-fourt- n Mrerl, teden, llan. yALESTlXE CIDtOS. siuioR rssrinrr. Boston Stock. Atrh. ftToD Hymn U. COM bcAae!ev, at fwiiM tuua sf awtria. RFVT-- A real II i lamwr. 41 ev eaaru ClkgT J. L. W kuukt. aea FOR RENT. V l). ututaUe eaV A H' Lad Mas BOVS TO fXRf LAWYERS. kLATTtvnxs fk.tm.rr. Jnstio of the PwaeaJame Ilutcbina. Coaatabls Juba J. Ilutcliina. 4 ... lajlur. ci rv runxvr. rSJXIUCT. H. rraadall. Jowtkw of tb Peace-V-T. CmuU Ueorg 1L M cock. ss .. 4 l jPlTmon)i.... 5 T Rtandard .... 11. i m nVnM rr. mtlil swtijsates m ARCHITECTS, ML tJ and IA Katinaal Basik tUa. dhaia U. W HfciXtB W UiUouuc. iAfiam. rEEAaT VW stock doted M . rr-- tt I Ai AXBviu.B rucnicT. Joatiee of the Peaee UjaalatkW-YYiia- ua Ponlter. Mining Stocks. $ AAlOntario rurnrt. Ua Frn Kiw Toaa, Nov. fo'lowa: E. B. Frurar. Jnvtir of lb Paace I'.jtutaUa JukUli B. Carver. KivrxotLa rururr. JtnJtnr of the PeaflrKWLard C'uaaitiW-JuI'arkvr. riiTia MarwCT. Justice r tlie PeaosTiiawUir KeadaO. Pl fHiia' Tventi-futiC- runner. Ittfjmrt. c4 the Ja-ti-re ft Texas.. .. llSjsc Pa.il W ft Omaha. Wnw ..in st. i ft Vah WSTnu I'vi"' ll'ainai Pariftc ... . 47 . M v M i. PariB aW41a Exp'i M ... M I"1. ,WwtTii I nx-xWi Pacifie... TV4'w.rMoBOa.... 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