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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - February 14, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 AITON DAILY TELEGRAPH.  *  VOLUME 20.  ALTON, ILL., Fill DAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 14, 1800.  NO. 208  ; A Bitter Feeling Between the Dry and Wet Men.  THE 8ALOONI8T8 ACCUSED OF AR90N  Dr. J. W. Enos' Sanitarium,  ALTON, ILL.  DR SNOB arooodo** that he haji established in a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the  TREATMENT OF ILL CURABLE DISEASES.  BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL.  His experience daring many years has convinced him that a1 disease* Au he managed more success fully in an Institution of this kind, tnder the constant supervision of the physician, and with tho aid of means n*$ other* wise at eommand, than when the patients are teen by their medical advisers at intervals of several hours or days.  The petition of the SANITARIUM is high, end the aurronndinfcr ae free from all noxious influences. It la readily reached by the Seoond strew horse ear*, aud is near the Union Depot.  The building ta large, and arrangements are as perfect aa is possible from a knowledge of sanitary science ana the requirements of such an instltkion.  Electricity In all its forms; Oxygen and its compounds; Baths, Douses, Massage, Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided as may be required by ye-Senti, in addition to such other treatment as may be deemed advisable.  A LARGE SOLARIUM  For finn Baths and exeroiee in oold and inclement weather, etc., is provide.  Bach patient la thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and receives ta duffy personal attention.  Now Open  FOR THB RECEPTION OF PATIENTS.  For further information Addrest Dr. ENOS at the SANITARIUM, comer of Georac and Third eta.. Alton, III.  RESOLUTIONS  UNANIMOUSLY ADOPTED'  Br Ute Good Citizens of All ani Vicinity Hiding Maconi Jersey Counties.  WHEREAS, It has Pleased his Royal Nibs,  By Way of Reprisal for tho Blowing I' p •f a ** brad Fall  M —A Terrific, Knrniia* ter lblucrn Sophomores and tr*#h-im-n at Maltl.-iibnr*; (allege, Pott nay I* anilla - iHmhit- , .ifcdy at Chicago— Bold Highway Robbery at San Francisco ShelbyviLMC, Iud., Feb. 14—Tho barn of Richard Mann, near Fairland, the anat of the whisky war, wa* aet on Ara and horned Wednesday night, prr*uniebly by the m-kxjOlat# by way of reprisal for tho dynamiting of John Joyce’* saloon in Fairland Monday id'bt. Tho toes is about $1,200, with •UXJ inr.uranra in the Coutinontal The light br.'tweett the a-donnish and their frietxla ar I tim tornp-nuic- pie pie la now on Ami the feeling la bo Mtter on both Hides that more outrages are looked for. For y<‘ur< the little v, Lu  n 'e of Fairland be# ran tai rn* I wveral aaloouK, moat of which w.rgof tbs Mead fair typo, where the ilkwt eh laky was sold.  Cense of the Trouble.  Several months ago, Just after the brutal murder of Bd Hanford by hi* three brothers-in-law, Dave, Albert, and Joseph Hills, two of whom went sent to the penitentiary for life, and one, Albert, for fourteen year*, the citis*tin railed an Indignation meeting and the nut day a ooiumitto# appointed by the meeting waited on the mtoou man ami required and meal veil their written promise to quit the business, which they did. Other applicants fur lieenae were defeated in tho county com rn tenoner*’ court One of the defeated applicants wa* John Joya*, who appealed to the circuit court, ami the result wa* a hung Jury His persistence in trying to get a license was the cause of hi* aaioou being blown up Richard Mann is one of the leading b in;evince men of the plant  REVOLVERS WERE USED.  I resp* rate Cond let Hr twee a Kophowom SIMI Fresh mrs.  A lls arow a, Pa, Fob. 14—The sophomores of Muhleuturg coil g* gav* a dinner at th* Hotel AU rn W .dot Way night. After midnight they n-lunind to th* collage, and by way of a lilt)* (iivurslou roues! the freshmen out of tlwlr beds The latter were bamlled rather roughly, and preceded toro-sent the wpuug. A fearful eucounter wa* the result Revolver* were drawn mild a number of shot* were Ared, lait Lr* un a I dy no one wa* sariously injured. Th* not*, aroused the faculty and they hurried out Into the corridor*. In the meantime th* “Ho)lbs" were lacing hammered severely, and one of their number received a broken Jaw, Ii* having been pitched bead ong down-etairrn, together with several other member# of the eta** The fight lasted about twenty minutes and there ara a Dumber of sore bead* la ooh**]ueoaa Th* author!tie* succeeded in quelling the disturbance.  A TOO-LATE CONFESSION.  Kl I* Published by Noms One** Blunder After a Nan Is Hanged.  Rochbsteb, N. Y. Fab. 14.—A great deal f excitement was ca used at Albion Wodaea-%f by the published account of a in mf cml on •gds by George Willson, Who murdered his «4e on Jan. Id, 1899 Tbs confession was □de to Rev. Dr Gabbro* and another re sp nu bl* cittern of Albion who*# name is wimeld, and was published in a local new* pal*. W ii I win wa* executed in Albion on Jun JH, INWK, and be died |>r oakum lug his tnno%cn. If he haul told the story I cf or* hi* tai it would protiably have saved bis life, i the sentence would not have been more Vers than imprisonment for life Ac- | cording)' his con fem iou he struck his wife during quarrel, rendering her unconscious. •Vbwo «* came to she b-gan * Teaming, and he plan a towel over her mouth to stop bar and ben be removed it aha wan dead to his aatonhrueoL  erao> * to the Gem an aul bord i*# (rf Johann Kapimweki, ali.ts Mi blite). The prisoner, who Is now in Jail bere, is charged with th* succasatul forgery of a draft for IR,OOO marks on the German government whit* in its employ as a clerk.  Mhot His Brot ber-1 a-1 AW.  Hrw York, Fab. 14—A Jealous husband in Brooklyn shot three time* tho man Im believed had wronged him. Th* shooter ta John McGinnis#, a young machinist of SJH Columbia street, Brooklyn, and the victim wa* his brot ber-in-iaw, Daniel Lyon* Lyon* is dying in the hospital with three bullets hi his body and McGinnlss gave hlinaslf up fan medial Iv after the shooting, and in court was committed to await the result of Lyona’ injuries.  Iowa Knight* of Labor.  M ankh a LITOW*, Lo wa, Fab, 14—Th# state Mn ghta of Labor assembly had a rad hot session over a resolution derum Boing Senator Allison as a rank monopolist ami asking the members of the Iowa legislature to usa their votes and influence to prevent his rv-r lect ton. The bmo Kitten precipitated a be .toil debate, a small minority opposing Its adoption with el,quant Bani, while a Inrgs majority of the assemUys bar thy indorsed ll After tbs convention got wall started in this partisan shanuel th* srwi^o l«*oaro# a v, riu\bl* political powwow, with Allison and his record the at nor bing thaw. After a lengthy and spirited debate '.bs resolution was put to vote and was carried by an overwhelming majority amid great applause  Americas hew sp aper Publishers.  R BW Yoke, Feb. 14—Th* annual rn sating of th* American Newspaper Pa blin haw’ association opened Wednesday morning at tbs Fifth Avenue hotel About fifty mam bort wsr* present, among them being Barish Wilkins, of The Washington Foal; Victor F. I .awson, of The Chicago Daily News; James W Weott, (rf The Chicago Herald, and W. B. Richards, of Tbs Indianapolis News. Tbs newspapers In the anMoaiatten are, It Is satt-mated, read by more than 111,000,0011 persons daily, and th* capital represented by thorn Is believed to nosed $23,000,000. The day  token up bj th# reading of reports and dh>eu**ug th* work of the Besoot*lion and how to (jolter It  HUM WUKK.  Bills ‘mended to Relieve the Stress of Business.  AN ‘NTERMEDIATE APPELLATE COURT  To remain with the Good People of this Vicinity “FOK LOI” these Many Yearn after Inaugurating a Hystem of Small I rout, aud Sharp Competition. Be it therefore,  RESOLVED, That we Consult oar Own Interests, when Iii Need of CLOTHING, BOOTH, SHOES, IU RMH II INO and DRY GOODH, to Call on  THB GLOBE.  AND BE IT FURTHER  REVOLTED, That in order to keep hie ROYAL NIBS with ne awhile longer we xii of us agree to Bend * ur i A. HILDEBRAND, for ail their Good Goods at LOW I RIC KS, aud that a Copy of this he sent to THE GLOBE.  CITY OF ALTON AND SUBURBS.  Committee.  git Highway Bobbery.  Bab Fe tenet), Feb, 14—Mrs. George H. Tyson, tf.< of s wealthy insurance officer, was ► (Lady setae! by two men white Mi* was * *ng on Octavia street for a oabte oar to pa* They gagged bar, tor* off a chatelain I min which was $90 and some Jewelry, selsefaer gold watch, and when she r, els Us I de*) xii cly they brutally beat ber aver th* head that she dropped sensates* When sh* rev! 4 she walked to the nearest bourn end en ami was sent out No trace was found of ttaobbsre, but tbs gold watch wa* picket up ii tic street, where the robber. dropped it their haste. The lady’s husband offered Mg reward for the capture of the criminals.  Attrptsd hr (tar and bairnie.  Cbicaoo, Feb. 4—Miss Hattie Hind, a member of Mr. ady '» church and of th* choir in that place* worship, was shot sud seriously wi,aiul»»lg Robert lianderson, also one af Mr Ysly’s flock Wednesday night. Die would- Bias ss in then placed th* revolver to his (ght aer and fired, inflicting a wound fry!* bleb he died at the Ate I tai i Brvtarf boltel shortly before ll 0*daok. Th# tragedian place in B*nd*r-aiO’s rooms, st >Sd*i street, shortly after • JU o’clock. U***r^ n hsis a wife in New Yark stat .lute desperately in love with Mb* Hind. He wa* hard drinker.  Fat the Tramps* Flight.  A 1.TOii, lite, Fete 14. Vdnesday night about 1$ o'clock three trip* entered tbs ticket utile* of Un* Chien, and Alum railroad at Godfrey aud at tb*u|r„t of a revolver deui«ud"d of Prauk'-empbell, th* agent, all lite money on l.q, Th* agfot per by cd with them nato test pusn wdon of his pistol Before to eoj u* it the leader «>f the iramj* attent! to sh. of him. but his revel*.r miesedVa aud th* agent opened on them, drivinte«ai from tile office.  On Tri tai for M«r«!«  Cbicaoo, F«*h. 14—The trial th* Rock Island train men, who are chiwd with murder ta causing th* wreak ai*, th Englewood, ie which seven live* w<*i«g, was y. sullied in Judge Clifford s court mfgitey mom in < Hsuator Duncan outline,# <te f, ne* of Beth T waddy, th# tag** atter which th* excminattan of witowero,* t*. gun.  Arrested for I.lh*I.  Hr PatTL, Mina, Fob. i4—A Dutch •pedal from BwmnrrU, N. P., w»y» «ds Hamlin, a 8* Paul Ph-near Press ratter, ha. been arrested for lib*’Ii ag mwah the legislature He acknow edged thq* bad no actual baals for la. sensate but publish,.I such rumors  ciinr^.e.  hoard.  Ta F«iradii* a Forger.  CmcAOO, Fete 14—Th# n*ce-*ary^rsqat Non pater* wan reoaivad hare fur the aw  TK* Fight-lf our Movement.  Mi in carol J#, Bsh 14—The Minima pubs building trades will make a deterfaiinad effort to istabiUh sight hours to a day's work May I. Many of th* Minneapolis building Ira las have affiliated with th* American PeberattoQ of Labor, which is now sat boa tad to ha vs a uittutamhtp of SHJ . UXI, and has raised by a#*.* uncut over 11, JOU,UUU to ta t ip-nJod in supporting than* who are anni ladled to strike Tbs work af organising among th* building trades has b*sn poshed eoergeUuaily Tile oat pen ten) ar* Up weakest, os usual, but extraordinary «wti will ha ;rut forth UU. tune to have them as thoroughly organised as paste bi*  Married ta a Mailer.  PiTTaavao, Pa, Fate 14—Mias Anni* LUI k l-, daughter of the Baroness von landsman, was married here Wednesday evening to I’anl Baum, a waiter at th* Duquesne club. Baron Lmdeman, a tiUed lint unfortunate German, married Mrs. LUlg* ta Chi-onp-, ».viral years ago, and fur a tem* ha worked ap a waiter In Pttteborg. la the tatter pct of I MNM he left, for some mysterious na*si. and kl now said to be at th# Hotel Lafayette, Philadelphia. Th* taroasaa thereupon summoned bar 17 year-old daughter from Chicago. Bb* met Banal; they fell in love at first sight, and ars now man and wife    _  Report of th* Parnell ComusIsaioB.  Lux Don, Fete 14—In th* bourn af commons Thursday Home Secretary Matthew* presented he report of th* Fantail commie teen. Th* rejiort comprises 19$ page* Bach member of the I'sr ne I lite party is treated sejaraieiy. The Judges find that th* speeches af many of the Parnallite member* of the house of common* ware Intended to bring shout the political separation of England and Ireland. Another via* peart)ted by the report is that, ta the present state of Ireland, th* speakers mast have known that their utterances war* calculated th foment crime in that country.  ■Elevator la Laager el ftaratiag.  MrxxBAFOUB, Minn., PWte 14—Th*anna* to th* big Union elevator Is ta danger af bursting and spreading it* contents em the prairie. An inspection has fawn ordered by the (wilding infecter The elevator was found to baka moved from IR fee adatom* about Urn tachea by the bruaktag of some of the flooring tim her*. Just what map bs done has not Usa determined, but it kl Ilk eta a portion et th* wheat will have to ta ok*red. Th* aunax is &f feet by NX) and to feet high. It holds about AUO, OU) but bate af tetaah which it was tatendad to keep aa til asci An pffk  Nu speeded Irws Taef Frtettages.  Birr XU), St. Y , Fete U In th* I rn,si’s cmngrssi Wednesday a rveolnttun waa adopted that whereas th* hoard of review has been rsatraUMd fay tbs uwuf4 bum In van tigatlng the ahargai of fraud agelast Nato rn, Noble sad Robing end the stalUnns K*ta« and Akyran, ttanrfcr* th* said partisa and hora*s are hereby suspended from ah petri-b gas qn the oMinn In mmnhcrshlp with the amuctalJun Enid said Utjuotems ate dfanuivad and the rtmr|te lpvastlgated.  A Receiver Applied Far.  th. UMI IM, Fete 14—A revet*,* wa* sp plied lur In th. United (Rates drvult newt Thursday for th* Central Missouri ndlnnd, bteng .-.ms true ted from Kmns City to Alton, Ilia, with t mashes to BC Fayette, Mu. Th# Farmces’  Trust rumpuauy, of New York, Is tbs peW ttoacr bul ding a hooded Indebted aam agateta the road of $8,QUO,(DO. Judge Thayue will pass upon th* mat tor nut tfaUurdajT-  To Abolish th* Vs# af French.  W i sn i mo, Man., Fate 14—Ute Maul ti A# legislature has paassd a reaointhiB atsdtah-ing tbs use of Krauoh as the ofikite famguag* la this provinoa Th* Preach member* hi th# legislature made a Utter fight agata* th* innovation The vote ta the fegUWfur* was a straight MugUah va Fmach vote, and th# maofaitkm was (Wilted by a inaJnrUy of AL Th# Fr«u«*h msmtafi aimownnad thai they would appeal to th# throne  Went Crasy Over th* Iritovy.  Hr m. wa tx a, Mina., Fete 14—The ganarel di#cu#sk)d which ha* bean gotag on regarding tbs at twin 14 to ingraft db* Looiteaaa A ttery up>n North Dakota has driven G F. Berg ■Arum amay He Imagine* ttat ha ha# drawn two priaa# of $9,uto and $4,<*V ftM)tecUv*iy, amt is nksktag a daapenu* effort ta g«A hie bogus tickets casha I  A Famous El allien Mead.  IU nrsix), N. Y , KW). 14—The fBmous  g Ilion Homer, owtied by theMssar# Jewett, dt. d at their stock faro) in this < uunty, of an tab ) n-«l ctHikpiaiut lix.ner was scd by Maml r no Pat shea. His doeth was an-n* u:. • i at th.- National cswcuntiou banquet Wedu. •' h»y - venine and a toast ta hie biu, r a a. diunk ta siisgoa  TK* Rst a It I Isl: ai eat ef Mach a Tribanal Woald A ten rd the Mach-Needed Relief, A cc« r,llns Ut Me rotters aff the Assert* ens Bar Asportation— TK# May la Cwa-grss#—Mer inn’s NoMslaatloit Confirmed —Capital City Heros af Interest.  Wambwoton Crrv, Fete 14Hub-com-m it tens of tho senate and bouw- ooh) mitt— on the Judiciary, out)testing of Henatote Evart* and Hoar and hepramntativa* E. B. Taylor, Cul bnr*wu and Rogers gav* a hearing to a committee of the Amerk-au Bar association upon the bills iuten.led to give relief to the supreme court and to f actutate the administrate*) af Justice. The bar oommit* te* ctw!a»t«4 of lcnry Hitcboook, of St. Louis, pnakknt of th* mmwtatiuo; William Alist) Butter, at New York; Walter B HIU, of Macon, Ga.; Kl war dixie Htafatey, of Baltlnutfe, ascrsAixy of the bar us Ak tat iou; J. Hubtey Ashtoi), of WmhfaMtdH, and Francis Raw ie, af Philadelphia.  Intermediate A ppwttate Coart.  Bsf on- the gnu lining of th* cotamittm war# hear>i, J R^iuaii Feodail, of Washington, askad tis) o*>m nil tine to take na ac Hon upon th* bilk until lh* Her assoc let iou of Wtehington should ba heard npoo to* subject so far a# it related to caam jrtglusting tn the distru4 cf IVdnmbla. IV owmUvt of the cotnmitte# all argued ta favor of th* mtalJtehincat of an tater rued late appellate court as the best mmm ut affording mliaf to both th* suprsm# eonrt and the tafcriofi courts «rf the federal Judiciary This wa! mid to ta ta harmony with th* system of Jurisprudence ta all tit* a, and had stains, notably New the supreme sour* into smAIoos to hear oms a of the v arte lie kinds, would nut, it was urged, answer th* datuandA  Caaa* Awaiting Cuaelderadon.  As ta ta, to* court ta tax^d to th* utmost at human capacity and endurance--the only practtoal relief is ta snare Judge*. Mr. Hill I id wsn tai an analysts of th# work of to* court far tho pate twenty term*, which showed that on fate average 417 nasea ware disposed af, but only AR) wars adjudicated, the root going off the ducket bt oooipro lute*, eta U is ate Un*ted that Use number  MSJ WIW! UMI nj fifcHyi vs*  ll Englteh-epoakuig aeun-adonted by as*, nu at th* rn York. Th# dlvisUR <4  of 'ans— that will ta Ated for the Quoter term at court this year will bs AAU, aaa! titers ars now 1,398 oases ae Abe duck*! awaiting OMuddsratenj TK# arguments or ate torn**) ta af the oumisifiw covered the math nils at prurmtara, hasta and itmttetfcm of af)-psata the power at (vmgrees to regulate ap panis and to estahtafa the court suggmtad, ami th* praetteahtUty of tbs court to sew tho purpose In view.  WASHINGTON NEWS NOTES.  Proceeding* la Congress  W,ashixotox Cm, Fab. IL—In Urn san Sis Thnrw^Mv a bill was passed appropriating $500,000 for a pubito buddie at Portlaml. Ore After further roll ne butenes* the senate proceed sd Aa consider the MU providing a temporary govamincnt fur Oklahoma TW senate ) saaxi the bdl. PtumbN amsnd-inect, including No Man's Lsiad, was agreed in TV senate then went Into mcrst Mmaen to consider the nomination (rf Dr. Dorobas tar. mportntendant of Indian school*.  TV bouse has pasaed onanimoualy the I te Joint reeuiut friates of RraxlL  ate Joint rmolutAnn rcougnixlag the United  The honan ronthmed the discmakm af Un rata*, a number of unimportant aiuandjueuU betag offered and agreed ta  Montana E lectio a ('asea.  Wash rim vox CYrr, Fab. 14—Tbs senate committee on prtvM g.-< and rtecilaeu will take up Saturday morning the Montana ate* Gun cagpa Th* Mspublican and Usyaoaratta ■cUflTMlert baw been notified that they will ha given a bearing end they will apfSNU by animate Ad prmwn toter nam*. A lumbar Of floufvmtaes ham been bald between asem tare of the cwmiuifAas and the pewvatUug Im preafam ta that th# eonuafttae will make a report ta ffavur of th* Rapnhtkao claim ante.  Mnrgaa'f Nom toe Mea Co oft rased.  Wamiiimtob Cmr, Rh 14-—Gats. T. J. Morgan was cuuflrmed as Indtap eunirma atoner Wednesday afternoon by a vote of Iff ta. IV DorvhsMar failed af confinxmtton ae  Ufa* ta tea dent af lodton srhuuta, baru OW  wtaan th* vote waa taJtan an htaa It was lata  and so many asnatore had left the capital •fan* * quorum cauld net ta had. The vote •bo wad that he had a clear majority, ARI (ta the next executive —A— when a quorum ta prmanl ha will he confirmed.  Presidential Ap pa I a tatoo to  Wnumacn CHV, M. 14- TV pros Ital baa sent to the senate th* fuikiwlt^ aotnlnsUou* af pool meat are. Minute th J, CastK CarlinvUh). WUUsun Lsw|% lane, J, j$ Wuiam|d»y, Baiievithv Iowa-R R Ba ai trims, Waterluu; L B Tborutaira, I'm rjr, R t Hjartu, Jsffsm u, W. b Bhtvm, W interest. Mitalgan- A Hart A. Durunaa, Coidwater. Mtaneauia N H Cana, North BC Paul. W B HBI, Fairmont.  TK* Ugss! T redlc.  Wamhxutux Cm, Feta Ii.—Mn* J. El ta* Foster, J. N. kSanu, and J. W. Powell, appeared before th) boas ouxnmitas* am ah eohullc traffic aud ma<ts an argument ta favor sd a bill for th# appointment of a ooui-eatataunsr aa the aJuotodlc dqaor traffic also * tall ta prohibit th# shipment of liq aer lute hehiUUi* states, and to prohibit th* shipmen* of Mquuni into naeivlHaed euanirieu  Rig Meals ta Humber.  Ante lam u, Wa, Wi ta-Labs Hapartur fauntarmea ar* aempUiu!ag bit tar I- about  al unjust dtertiidaaUon by tbs rai! In favor of Minneapolis end Bt Paul Fart SM to law*, Nebraska, and Kansas haw Vtaffat xfaout AB. (MD,8Ufffeet of lumbar within a few weak*, and a deal will ooua bs skxwd by ariiteb Otetaiia |sir bes will get owr ID,-rSryXM feet, Prlom ars ad venting ataadHy. TV present rang* ta Orem Ut to $4 pm I,AUX  •alt A galas t Rail reads Caama**** d.  Dam Moi van, Iowa, Psb 14—By dtawttoa af Governor Larrabee Judge Nauras has aruameeend suit aguinai tbs Bock Island and  the (tnrtingtoo. fV1*r R-.ptdr and Norths, o railways to compo! .fem to furnish thaxfata a list of their vt-*-kin Hurt and alhmr in tormaUeu Uwf oily n quire I by th* authorities.  Ta Ifalld a lltg Wsvs Factory.  Him.'* I ITT, Iowa, Fate >4—Daniel E. Paris, of Troy, N. Y , has sign ai a (uutrart to er st at lsel» a utanufarturiog suburb of Uus city, a stem ti kcj ernp.oyiag 490 TV plant wt'l m tip/ four aor«w of lad U<ra: capitaiuu are largely tater*  Building Lots for Sale.  Corner Main and Dry, 150x120, for $ OO. Eighth and Market, 60x120, - - - - $450-  Ninth and Market, 50x100,.....$350.  Bluff Street, two lots, eaoh for - - - $150.  Alton st*, bet. Fifth & Sixth, 60x120, $500. Highland Paris*  One Hundred Lots ranging in size from fifty feet front to one hundred feet and thirtylfront, all very doep. Prices from $50 to$500, on terms to suit purchasers.  One of the nicest residence plats in Alton.  Over IOO Houses and Lots in different parts of the city. Call and see list.  Dorsei k Mi, I Belie street,  I Have Received a Large Consignment   OP OENl T INS-  Hand-Made Oriental Rugs.  Which will ba on exhibition hod for a*la ibis wack only et Rif  CARPET - STORE.  Thiel* B rara diane* fur pa run# nppractaUng aocb good*, aa nothing of theta! ad  ha* arm tafbr* bean •bown In AI ten.  A. J. HOWELL, Third St.  tm* WO KAES ANO AUM leos $10*o to $71 ax  Th. MMV*.  A MM UM TWM SMA  fly  TRROW ASIDE YOUR FT TEL KATERS AND INVEST IN  Garland Slows and Ranges.  Builders Hardware a Speciality. I have the Finest Line of Carpenter s Tools in the City.  Granite and Japanned (Yare.  A. Ll. FLOSS  Third Street, opp. Belle. Telephone 22.  SPRING SUITS.  I am now receiving a I Arg* And VAried stock of Cloth*, In Ail th« jirevAiling sited**, tor spring Suit*, which I ab ptepAred lo BAkt up iff tk«  Most Fashionable Styles,  GUARANTEEING  A Perfect Fit  Reasonable Rates and  Complete Satisfaction.  H.C. G. Moritz. 112 Third st.  H. A. HOFFMANN  \d> I Od MOL* Hast Second nt.)  ta»LS At.fi>' T* volt  Honitor andSnnerior»v^»  FlrebackH Warranted to Jiist live Yearn.  yjJtNm MEAL” (JAWLINE STOVES, tiou/uy, (Jwt*r»uj, Spewing y Law   

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