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benediction from the Bishop. At 3½ o'clock the Young Men's Relief Society met in the Cumberland Street Church, Rev. W. W. Bennett, President, in the chair. No business of interest was transacted, and the Society adjourned to meet in the same place at 7½ o'clock. At that hour the Society was called to order by the Rev. W. W. Bennett. On motion, it was determined to go into the election of officers for the ensuing year, and thereupon the following were elected: Rev. J. S. R. Clarke wasown, first, and Rev. P. F. August, second Vice President: J. C. Granberry, Secretary; James A. Duncan, Treasurer; and W. W. Bennett, Brown, and Duncan, Executive Committee. Rev. James A. Duncan was unable to give any report as Treasurer, and deunced, which are as follows, (errors excepted:) Richmond District--James D. Coulling, P. E. Richmond; Centenary, W. W. Bennett; Sidney, to be supplied; Clay Street, Thomas H. Haynes; Oregon, to be supplied; Broad Street, David S. Doggett; Trini