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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - February 17, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH.  VOLUME 25).  ALTON, ILL., MONDAY EVENING, FED KUA UY 17, 185)0.  NO. 210  I IHI ll M iX  Dr. J. W. Enos' Sanitarium  ALTOM, ILL.  DR ENOS announce* that he hail eflUhlishcd in a handing purchased for the purpoee a SANITARIUM for the  TREATMENT OF ILL CURABLE DISEASES.  BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL.  *  Hie experience during many years ha* convinced him that all diana*©# OMI be managed more NucceasfuUy in an institution of this kind, under the constant supervision of the physician, and with the ald of mean* not otherwise st command, than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers at intervals of several hour* or day*.  The tuition of the SANITARIUM is high, and the surrounding are free from ail noxious Influences. It is readily reached by the Second street horse i. and is near the Union Depot.  The building is large, and arrangements are as perfect as is possible from a knowledge of sanitary *oienoe ana the requirements of such an institution.  Electricity in all its forma; Oxygen and it* compounds; Baths, Douohea, Ma**a K 'e (  Inhalation, Nursing, etc.Tare provided a* may be required by patients, in addition to such other treatment as may be deemed advisable.  A LARGE SOLARIUM  For Sun Baths and exercise In cold and inclement weather, etc., Is provided Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and receives his dally personal attention.  Now O TD © XA  FOR TUB RECEPTION OF PATIENTS.  For further information addms Dr. ENOS at the SANITARIUM, corner of George and Third Ste., Alton, III.  • IAI n  ll WAS A BULU  DI  Arn  Oijolr«*CtivSk i wt* ^  train wan not <kliyt4.  Sensational Discovery Macle at Denver, Colo.  w««« v her LI etui tha HPI I I1  ill  SCHEME TO KIDNAP A WEALTHY MAN.  J t. • jru.tr im rat Salary mid  IM to    tv    rtock«uajpi#u»,    win,  «#rir  \ I'<»n»r« raid. I  i, to* •ailing (pertain*#.  l>*r au**uta«e. u -  ----    _  I TIT I'UKX W# t . 'rtuWlut uilwrlU Wnv* SHOWN  •I IC I ll LUM. VHI »rr) .lieii, I hit IMT*. III. < I hi# to*!** I# r#lt*M*>  RESOLUTIONS  UNANIMOUSLY ADOPTED  r  Two Vining >I**n Who Proposed lo Confine Ka-Mi-1,nIoI- Tabor And Hold Ulm fur a Hunm.in of *50.000—Kxpcrif-it’-a nf Two Plin k) Nf« York Woman with llurglnr*  —kwlinlli'.l by u HoMkle-Actlng I’m— Thi* Criminal Ibfurd.  Dkxvkk. Knit 17, —A bold plot that would do credit to the mind muiMatioual no* .-lid wag made public Friday by the arrest of Clair Roberto aud Artitur Butcher, two young men well known In Denver. It was mf leva titan a w-In*me to kidnap ca-Senator Tabor, tin* millionaire mine se nor, and hold him for random of J'SU* i i. The affair came to the notice of Chief of Detective* Loar nouwilayi a^o, aud he al < no informed the senator so that Im* might guard against any attack that might iIWW unexpectedly, aa Lutcher is a reckless character who would stop at nothing when cornered. How the police secured the first clew th y refuse to state, hut they have in their posaosskm ieMersfi’oei Roberta, who was working at Rincon, N. M.. to Butein r, iu which the full lie ta lls are laid b ii •• Butcher when ar rest* a I tried to pass Iks matter off as a joke, lait when the oon-apirary law was explaiuei to him, be declared tis* plot would have been carried out if a little ready cash hail been secured in time.  Meals af *10,000 Bark.  The plan was to decoy the senator to a house in tome out of the way pirt of the city, aud then demand a loan of not less th in $50,IMA). In cane of refusal the brigands pro-pad to furnish men Is to their captive at $10,000 each as long as it pleased him to remain in tlnur company, lf be agreed to make the loan the anddtious youths won Ll compel h rn to si 'n a document to the effect th>t h ■ (Mr. Tabor) had employed a man to kill a mine owner some years ago In order that be could obtain possession of bls property, thus compromising himself so that be would not press payment of the forced loan. The senator is dt-qmsed to U t hi# would-be kid na | kit* off without j>ro**cut big (hem, owing to their youth, and it is I bought til#}' will bj given a chama to acquire in a legitimate way Cia rich** they covet.  Vin! Much Worried Ovsr It.  “In all my life I have never given up a nickel fur blackmail or any confidence game,” saki Tabor. ”1 don't mean to air I haven’t lawn im pot* I upon occasionally by pretended fri* mis, but in an attent j»t of tin-kind I never was taken in. I think it ie seldom any one of any experience in this world ta afraid in such matters. I don’t intend to be, and ever since Moffatt wa* held up I have t-ikcn extra pr«cautiona I consider my immunity has been due not alone to my ex|«*rieace, but also to my ability to ri a J faces. I think I jumbos* a fair share of ability in that way.  NOT AFRAID OF A MAN.  Two Titter**# Handed Over lo the Police by a Couple of Plucky Women.  New Yonx, Feb. I?.—There are two women living in this metropolis who ar* not afraid of a man, even if he Ii a burglar, and they demonstrated it early in the morning and dis-tlnguished themselves aa well by grappling single-handed with, overpowering and handing over to tile police two thieve whom they surpriwd in the act of plundering their respective I .-Ins.nix One of the plucky women aas lira H<*ury Admits of W Washington street. When the fellow whom she found in her bedroom tried to get away she knocked him headlong down a Right of stairs with a stick of wood, which she threw after him.  Captain! After a Hrlef Straggle.  Miss Yet ta Fie!- -ha.-her, of 1$ Norfolk street, who is only 1$ years old, ara* the other feminine captor of the burglar Rbe found ber burglar in her bedroom, aa did Mrs Hrbults, and unhesitatingly tackled bim. There wa# a brief struggle, but nervy Mise Yetta outwrestled the thief and lichi him down on the floor until help (ama Both burglars were safely turned ovsr to polio*  The Navassa Rioters.  Halt im nut, Md., Feb. 17.—The cases of the N.»v «**n rioters were Haturd*»y morning lispowvl of, an far as the court of jir-went jurisdiction can dispose of them, by the entering of j)l«ias of guilty of manslaughter by Jamoe Tusker, Bi. Work and Norman Worn-tor. As a result of tho trial, three of Hi# prisoner* ha v« I wen convicted of murder In the first degree, fourteen of iiianalaughtor and t wenty-three of riot. Hentemsw in all I thaw esses will be announced next week. Inasmuch ti *w*jv.*r, as the question of tha jurmdictkra ot the United States over the Navassa is! a rat has lawn re lee 1. it I* possible that the au per UM court of the United Hints* may be cal Ii-I on to jews upon that point.  Ii i I IU i WI  lAMiUi  an  Mr. Madill, of theChiago Tribune, •nterviewed.  Mole HI* Harker’* Nom).  CLEVELAND SOLID WITH HIS PARTY.  ICven If Governor Hill Mliould Receive the Rapport of the New York Delegati!*# the Ks-Presldeet Woald Carry the Nomination on Avenant af HI# Tariff Reform Usee Pirirttrlr Rapabtleas t andldate* —Oh lo Redistricting Hill.  WuHi.iuTnii City, K b. 17.—In an interview published here, Joseph Me.lib, editor of The Chicago Tribune, is looted aa saying:  Bouton, Pets 17.-Tto. Globe -ays: J King, “Grover Cleveland do a not leal th.* pcupk*.  matched to but be manages to keep his thumb |*retty  By tie Good Citizens of Alton ani Vicinity Ming Macoupin Jersey Counties.  WHEREAS, It has Pleased his Royal Nibs,  To remain with the Good People of this Vicinity “FOR LO!” thoeo Many Yeare after Inaugurating a System of Small I rout. and Sharp Competition, lh; it therefore,  RESOLVED, That we. Consult our Own Interest*, when Iii Need of Gaud I” ***”**• CLOTHING, BOOTH, SHOE*), FURNISHING and DBY GOODS, to Galt on  THE GLOBE.  AND BK IT FURTHER  RESOLVED, That in order to keep hi*) HOYAL NIBS with u» awhile longer we all of a* agree lo »end our NaighhH*    J*  A. HILDEBRAND, for all ‘heir (I -od iiw»d» at LOW I RU RS, at.I (bat a Copy of I hist be sent to TMK GLOBE.  the IJCt-pounrt English pug! 1st, spar J lick Falvey, of Providence, at the Parnell chib Fob. XI, baa skipped from the city taking with him, I*, is ai-eged. a gobi watch ais! chain, $200 in money and several gold medal* set with diamonds, the property of : John Joyce, cx-chaiupkm featherweight of England, who baa bassi backing lam and who also loses $190 be bad placed as forfeit. The ‘  I olio* have been notified and are watching the »toe men that sail from'.-aet Boston. Joyce Las gone to New York to prevent | King from leaving by steamer f.va there.  Stale R5,OOO ta Revenue Stamp*.  Br. JOHRPH, Mo., Feb. 17,-Mnihael (Taos was arrested here Friday night on a warrant j sworn out by Deputy I’ulted Blate* Col leo , tor Getohell, charging him with Mealing IMW worth of revenue steal)•* from the < nice of th* deputy collector la March last, j ( lau*. was at tee time an ampb-ye of the Bt J us* - pii Brewing com jamy and, It Is alleged that be converted the stamps to his own use, meaning tliat he smuggled hher out of the brewery and stumped ti with the Rolen rev-tuue stamp*.    ______  Charged with Attempted Murder.  MAU>K.x, Mass, Feb. 17 - In >he district mort El Clarence Page, of Milford, and Mrs.  Isalwl L, wife of Huntley L Clark, of this city were arraigned upon a warrant eharg- , log them with an attempt to murder Mr* E. Cl-uvuc* Pan by putting poisuu in ber food. They pleaded not gunty and Page was beld under $C.,U0f) and Mix. Clark under $2,000 boud* for trial Feb. kl. Page's brother fur* ntshc I bonis lur both prisoners.  Retrial* of aa Anarch lab  Cmraoo, Felt IT.—Janie* lilavuc, aaa-lo. ink* per at TIM VV ast Eighteenth street, c >miniltod suicide Saturday inorr.mg The , deed was done with a re voicer which Hlavac plait-1 to his heart. Hlavac had been long d. »j».a*lent over his family affairs, and he | had also (ait greatly depTeseei over the failure of lh* Anarchists to right the many -ni i-.- .*1 w(twigs Ie ajnsi upon th* people.  Mtet Through th# llsart.  HT. Id$l%Ihb. IT—Maury Ihud*, colored, was shot through the heart wluJe sweeping a shlewuik in freed (rf a fashionable I# auding bt u- -. He was net* talking with three ne-gross, when one of them drew a revolvw and shot him. Th# thro- negr-*-» mea)#*! and have ant bee* captured. Rome old grudge la sn (ifs is.. I to have caused th* murder.  A Lynching In A rhaasea  Camiikx, Ark,, IVb 17.—Early in the  morning a mob brott doou the door at the jail here and took out Bill Larkin, the negro who killed Deftuty Hher kl Rom last week, ami bung him to one of the post* In the ravine ' 'ridge, after which they Ailed KM body with bullets. Coneiderahi# eaHlrsneot prevails but no serious trouble is aattripatod.  C h (Idr*n Figure In a Tragedy.  Chry xxx*, Wy. T., Feh IT—Eugene (MP lahan, aged 15, shot three Uniee at Mend Hall, aged 1\ and then shot himself dead. The Lo and girt were echoolatalaa Eugeue was at a precociously romantic dup alii on, and made love to Maud, who did md return his affection. Th w led to the shooting.  close to the po jailer pulse, ami be ta not at ail backward In following whither it directs. It la my Impression that he is so strong with  Building Lots for Sale.  Corner Main aud Dry, 150x120, for $00.  Eighth and Market, 60x120, - - - - $450  Ninth and Market, 50x100,.....$350.  Bluff Street, two lots, each for - - - $150,  Alton st*, bet. Fifth & Sixth, 60x120, $500. Highland Parh.,  One Hundred Lots ranging in size from fifty feet front to one hundred feet and thirtvffront, all very deep. Prices from $50 to$500, on terms to suit purchasers.  One of the nicest residence plats in Alton.  Over IOO Houses and Lots in different paris of the oily. Call and see list.  ! &  Iliad from His Wsssk.  Bm# IKL YR, Feb. lf.— Dwale! Lyons, who was shot W-dnudsy night by Jato M-’Gtn Dis, his bro ti ice-la-law, during a fit of jealous rage at his mtdenoa, BM Jehu street,  SS**. nm 5    tsS 211  tor trial in the oourt of Weston*, and un  dkmbtedly will go to jirtnoo, wben- to th** di# gnu* of being behind the bars will be added the contomjit of their fellow nm rh I# probably becsue they wen* caught an i overmastered by wouioo. Mrs. Hchulta' captive gave the name of Frank Wim, while Mias Fieiechacker's victim regilt*-ml at Easel Market Polic * court as John Burka.  SWINDLING ILLINOIS FARMERS.  A Bauble-.%eltea Pea Whirl. ItollversTw* Hinds af lab.  MoRTicstXO, Ilk, Fell 17.—There ara two ast* )’»wu>dU>r» going through central ll i out* awindbiig the furu'^Hw. due win ism Is Im purohaev the farm r'a corn at 2$ to AU a ut» a bu- hid aud gi t the farmer to sign a ountrsct Sat the delivery of the rara, which turns up in saw bauh as a jiriMiiinsory note. Another and atm tat. r sa In*lie is. the sharp-bis a <b*ubie l<Hint#m pen which ie so arrau id that tt SHV two k.rid# of tab; one s Ul fade and the oth r will remain The •harper makes an agr emeut with the farmer ami uses the ink that fad**, and thru givt a tbs farmer the un. uholder, on lr ll revel wd an I im sign* hi* name. Th* f tne agr.-- neat lade and the slgiia*  U  aor  lire r ihhum, when the .ti r he jkt# s over th*  sharper a rites what-signature.  CITY OF ALTON ABB  MMB!  Committee  In«-« nitlsrisii. ( barged to Crusader*.  Ha*!! vox, Mo., l h IT—W E Irving,  I dr 14 at «' Ibis ,1 -ca, ut.I owner uf a drug •P ie d Net' vt'K , a small town a short diatom <• es<1 of lier . Ers received a telegram fr<< ii So N itS-u n manager informing him that hi# st«sre al that piece had been destroyed by Arn Mr. Irving he* bt***, warned by the ti Mi) < I him n cr wanters that Momethlug wtdil 11 a|*i**ii* If th- indiscriminate sale of UijB f st im (ton* was ak Mop|>d. It is be.ievwd that th* crusaders wit Are to th* building.  A Defaulting I tty Tieasarer.  I.<« hlent nu. ti. Y. t  l h. 17.—City Tree# ur. r John A. Itovla ho# is*, n dwnv-red to lo a default r hi the sum id $!-TU* 0. He con tmmm rn shortage of *)k).i*X). «u i he aud bk. bun lait ten urv trying toft* iffo.-t* are Is lug mad* to beef qit lot. Davis ho* i> -n U v tug at an extra va gun) rate an i re • ally beoaue- half owner of I a fair *• hot- , la-ai las is-tog mixed up in other specuiati aa. lr .a salary was «4 -’ss).  Allraipu-d Train Rrrrkiug.  UHtwi. Win., F bk IT—An u t lop! was made to derail train# on tha Chicago, Mil wauk- «• an I Hr. I aul road a mil- an I a bali awat at tb !• f la< •->. TirnU-i# wi re p>a*wl aer*aa ti:- track in a way dwJgmxi to prove  lf. ult VC, lait fortunatoiy a slow-going  morning, McGinnis was committed to th*  Haynumd Htreet jail  Mw! lf rosa Aaabush.  Moi i.Tox, Iowa, Keh IT.—Pk-k Hendroa aaa abut in th* hack from amlmaooda by unknown parti#*. Th# aet wa# the rosalt of a  stabbing affray hatwsea Hendruoh leothisr at the dane* bees Thanksgiving evening, in which both aam and socan look a general jasrt      __  Rig Hawi bf IkurgtMW.  Han AxToxio, Tax., Fain 17 -Burglars entered the store of August WualU, in this city, blew open his safe and robles! it of $''>,(W0. The job was skilfully d>>na, and lo tb« eptnioo of .iatocUvws, was tha work of northern crackstn *o  (’uatposad th* laaagarsl Hawk.  It ai.iiU' OiX, Folk IT—Mfaw Masauaa Warfield baa just died at her haoM, Groveiau I. in bar WRI* year. Uke was strn-kon with paraly.b ab ut two yearn ago. mad ttever raUML Mfaw Wardeid euoip«s#l the grand inaugural march raiJmd at the iuauguaw turn of Preaidsnt WUliaai Henry Uarrbs a forty-eight yean. ago. Her brother Dr,  (barie* A. War beld ess with th* party which byroad the Baggy Htowart and bar cargo of tam at Annapolis in 177$.  Ma Trail, la th# lie wort.  New Your. Fab. IT—A dispatch lo Th*  World from Harper, Kau., say# thor* Is bo truth Us the report telegraph*! from W’fcfe-ita that there was a riot at Harper on Tb .ro lay Dw W'iehlta dl*jwb b rrjiortad two mea ktUad and a »un.t~r at others injured ^Ulwitol) in the ai (egad riot Th# cady foundation fee the story we# on tndlgaaktoo meeting (rf fit UMM, beld (OI W edwwW, pTot-Kt agaHck the *i |p>tu«iueut of A. G FaRerson as posh maxh-i and nobody was bart.  joseph a Knit J. the people ob acoomit of his tariff reform ideas Wast eveo lf Governor Hill should re-orive th# auaport of th# New Tutti dek-ga-Uoa to tbs I Wn ours tic conventkm bi I’Vi the nomltMtom for the prvaidency would he bestowed nj# hi ClcVuiaJid  Th* Tariff awd 1‘eUlle*.  “Hi# ooly platform la tariff rev lek ai, and It the R publican major ty act wisely they will eliminate th* tariff from polit cs elal thus deprive the Democracy of the only ban# upon which they |4av any reliant* fie the next campaign Rome of th* ar tic Ic* now upon the tax IM might very J imper ly br reduoed one-half, ami this affl he a guaran tee hi the fanner* of th# mniatry who W«»«l tike a attal* wall he Rqwidicaaiam la the last ceaBjBigU that the prom tern rand* ujam •tump and ro-trua will la k-pt by (wngrea Repahltcaa |*re#lii«e<ltal Timber.  "Ae to the nominee of the Uepnhlicaivi in IRM against Cleveland, there to considers hts talk lh the west alani* Oan. Alger, and pub-titians and othara who have visit*#! my of Area recently have not been at all chary iii expressing the opinion that he to no* of the most available men to-lay in ow ranks. Unto** McKinley •'oms* down from the high boro* of |iroto«rtlou which I.-- to riding, bt# chance* for a nomlnaUnn trill be very slim, and hi the csua* at Menatoc Hher rn.-n, of Ohio, he nshoes that hie race to nm.  The Sign# Pula* ta Alger.  • lll-beaith and lack of amNta* will operate against Mr. Blaine, altfaongh he to still a great favorite In the Unit’d Hts lea. but the signs point to Alger as the craning »»« for lout HW strongvet opponent will to- Chatm-gey M. Depew, who lf he coaid overoome the opposition (rf th# grangers woald I#- a big card, and one likely to draw out a Mg vote all ovsr the country "  New York Republican ( wsan.ltlee.  New York. Fab 17.—Th# Republican state executive romtnitt** mA at the Ftftto Avenue botel Saturday morning Tb* satire committee ware jai—-rn artfh the esenp-Uon at three—Mrasrw Hustwt, Krum, and (Ti lek sri ag. At ll;® the rommtwee wem Into (-awmfire wwwlna, Gen Knapp prvwd tag. A eooimitten wa* aff* 'lilted to draft a sat at raaolaru.u# It doishited <rf Mr hsfna, of CotouahU dtotidnt, Mill Uon<uaL (rf Bm.*-Ira, raprreewftng Mr. F. L Woodruff of th«-•MBR jdaoa; Mr Ole 11, at Newloirgb Hhcrl-day Rtoook, at Hew York, and Mr fWrtck,  of Flushing__  Ohio RedUtrletlug Hill.  ODUTMh, Obki, Fell. ll.—Th# mImvb-nil tie* (rf Ut* ltoties'ratw caucus having hi eharge the work of prapnrlug a oongrmatunal red intra* in* Mil has oaajdated tta iahura By the arraiiK'Hif ui rf i ounUm ag’—I anas die Iki.in" rats are peen ttftsmi and the He pubLcajw sis distrk*# MaJ. McKinley to hnrtod la a dtofitol with over fa,HUB I bai# >-crane iua>ai(j. (Jan. Gruoveoor to uadto-turtmd. etal Johs ll. Thomas, will went!* with a Repubdcan maJorUy of over 7,tut  Th* low* I**-ail lock.  DRR MoIxk*. iowa, Feb. II.- The hnna nwt at lo-Ti ant after rvadiug of the journal Bevent**#!, lair# were ami*-(inned Hob fan tug was takMi ap and    qatotl  The vote ahab!: Hamilton, MI; WHaun. altar Av* lallota the buna* al> urucd till fa JR) Moudav til term ski. The Hsyiublfcni. oaucual nwt luuuedlaieiy after adJunrnnmoL  I Have Received a Large Consignment   OF GENUINB-  Hand-Made Oriental Rugs.  Which will be on exhibition and for aal# thin week only al Ray  CARPET - STORE.  This Ie a rare chance for partii-* appreciating such goods, as nothlag of thigfflnd luu ever before tmvu shown In Alton.  A. J. HOWELL Third St.  UYER m KMM tao Ruts (so# rase  %  A rwftlxss. Idea.  Maw You FVL IT —ftx-Jndgr Ikttom huafrr, who stow ane af the ntWineel cuo-Bttitwd to sue lf the hew regarding the imp* tat von of cvwitroct latair would j*r event Hi rata#.' Vicuna orchmtra (rum «viuing tt thM conatry, eakl <« iv aruhtg the dactoton (if Aetmg ttor tory of the Treasury itokheitor to the •ff#«t that the <g< bmtra «#>«I4 onv; *Ttoa Kila that a «au« matka af ti** Hutto nim#* tons Bi Mur word anti*! to ttoarf w lib nwutract MA#*’ to pr> y# atsreus. There to no I fnffb th* d«" adun nod the orctaaua  TI ROW ANH >K YOUR FUEL KATKRfi AND INVEST JN  Marland Stoves and Ranges.  Builders' Hardware a Speciality. I have the Finest Line of Carpenter's Tools in the City.  Granite and japanned Vale. A. Ll. FLOSS  Third Street, opp. Belle. Telephone 22.  SPRIK; SPITS.  I nm now t«cetvtu£ rn (arg* nod varied stock of Clot Lit. In all Urn prevailing ab ad en. for Spring Suit*, which I nm prepared to oink* up lu tiro  Most Fashionable Styles,  liUAUANTEEINO  Hobart (J ar IWM Disappear*.  BkLrixoXE, Md, Fab 17.—Mr Hobart Garrett, tha ax-pnwidcot (rf lh* Halttmoea end (Mato railroad, has boro ran*-val flrtau  bb ixmniry net, but to what plana to not k no arn Ha wsa uIhxi away I rum -Uplands"  two don-  Hat  wbare-  it up Hi cong    Tbur.ley bJu^u lo .h-y • .WT I *o A  san    tL Blaine    tore, one of whom to Dr. Jecobt, who  been attending hpn for ninny rn ut to relartvge Mgu Ignuranns of ha aboaU.  Poet Tittie »« th* Hall.  BLooxixotox, IU., Fab. ll. -Boom re merkably fast limn mg alw don* on tha Uhicag*' and A lf* ai bf a Wabash »j*« tai from Karim# City to this city. In several pto**» a •peed of mvsnty mtha per hum ess ap taiued. On board were G n*-r*J 8up#rm-tandent MeOe*. INvwuq Huj*i inUoato.t . 0.ut>vc,    lait    fortunately    a    #fajw-gi.>n-[    McOulghan and other Wabas i ofll -into who  • tra*£ht tram    was    tha Aret    to    run    against th* , cast bm to Inspect the Alloo ikopa  A Maw a*I.ca*a af Ttekal Dauber#.  K.nmi City, Ma, IM# IT—TV Eto-kru-Light ooavuntajo adjourned FHWey and oil Mm < Mag ama sxcapt A too V. (Jmr rtot have toft far Itokr h nu - Mr. Garcon wtll ran‘ain ut the ctly a w«#h ar sn to pwr^ scut* certain railway tkiM lcatow (rf th!* city for ftwgcry He ha# Aeawrf Unit ba. name a** ■w»»'lary of tote Kto’trtc Llgirf aaavtatlxa bn# I wen fur yid on toroc bow-ton of return tup tloh’Jt# jiurHtoai to tim aa#l and wc#t a1 the egruniton ran- paid by the (U-lcgat.-s  I.ImKIIHIc# mi Half a Mulla*.  Ton DO. G, Fob. IT.—Th# F. C Iajc# Oil ii jam y hi# Uv,i p'.oced to the hand, of a roctov r 'tho tao**#’ (bd a vary large im,-Orting aud j- b to : I u*ine#a, and the Ii* bt I in#-* ar*- a boti <5)A*kl  A Leat bar l ira* la I mb!*.  ( Mi- iw Ilia., Feb. Id - Juadgment wa# . ntcr-l up against th* I nam Hide aud Ustb>r cwapany, Motusday afternoon, for $184,0UU  A. Perfect Fit  Reasonable Rates Complete  H. C. G. Moritz, 112 Third st.  and  Satisfaction.  II. A. HOFFMANN.  100-102 Emit Second Mi.  MUX ALEN  r * FGE  Cook  Fire back**  “QUICK MEAL”  Win ranted  GASOLINE STUKES.  StoveH to LiiNt Five Yean*  liuojin<j t  VulUrttnj, tipnuUna at  tuUbj i  Joodv   

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