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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - March 3, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 rn  v ''    :  s* * -, ■  TELEGRAPH.  VOLUME 29.  ALTON, ILL., MONDAY EVENING, MAUCH 3. 1890.  NO. «221  rn  un  The Settlement of a Quarrel of Long Standing.  TWO KENTUCKIANS WITH BLOOD UP.  Dr. J. W. Enos Sanitarium,  AX .TOM, TT.T..  DR. BNOfl announces that he hail established in a banding pure hailed for the purpose a 8 Ai*IT AHI UM for the  TREATMENT OF ALL CORABIE DISEASES.  BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL.  Itta experience daring many yearn baa convinced him that all disease* can be managed more successfully in an institution of this kind, under the eons bant supervision of the physician, and with the aid of means not otherwise at eommand, than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers al intervals of aeveral hours or days.  The position of the SANITARIUM Is high, and the surrounding are free from all noxious influences. It is readily reached by the Second street horse oars, and is near the Union Depot.  The building Is large, and arrangements are as perfect as is possible from a knowledge of sanitary science and the requirements of such an institution.  Electricity in all its forms-, Oxygen and its compounds; Baths, Douches, Massage, Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided as may be required by |ia-ttonta, in addition to such other treatment as may bs deemed advisable.  A LARGE SOLARIUM  For Sun Baths and exercise in cold and inclement weather, etc., is provided.  Bach patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and receives his daily personal attention.  Now Open  FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS.  For further information addrest Dr. ENOS at the SANITARIUM, corner of George and Third Ste., Alton, III.  Children Cry for Pitcher’s Castoria.  RESOLUTIONS  UNANIMOUSLY ADOPTED  Br lie Rood Citizens of Alton ll Vicinity ' ’" lamp Jersey Counties.  I  WHEREAS, It has Pleased his Royal Nibs,  To remain with the Good People of tills Vicinity “FOR LOI” these Many Years alter Inaugurating a Hystem of Small I roflt. anti Sharp Competition. Bo It therefore,  RESOLVED, That we Consult our Own Interests, when Iii Need .of CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHULS, FURNISHING and DRY GOODS, to Call on  THE GLOBE.  AN© BK IT FURTHER  RESOLVED, That is order to keep bis ROYAL NIBS with ma awhile longer we all of us agree to acad <wr**ighbom totable M. A. HILDEBRAND, for all their Good (.©od* at LOW FRICKS, and that a Copy of this be gent to THE GLOBE.  iuds* Kincaid Maya the El'Congreeenten Made rn Huah for Ulm with Upraised Fie* ll »• I ore He Shot—Also Thai Taulbee Had OHea Threatened to Kill Him ■—The Wound a ILngtroii* One—Cense af the Trouble.  Wash I kotos Cmr, Mar rh o —For Ute drat time la the memory af man a gunshot was heard ta the national capitol Friday. aa) the me ride etape ,gf tho Htalrca** lead-  in : from the boil*) floor to the restaurant be on aero et inned wit!, human blood The boo*- was la wanton, and the echo af the re part of the pies*! resounded through the corridor* end wa* beard even as far as the rotunda A trill, jrnunt nufa staggered down tile steps, with his blood streaming from an urly wound in bis face. He wa* nx-Con-greasmau William Preston Taulbee, of Ken* tacky, end near him stood, revolter In hand, the man who had done the shooting. He was, to quote an expression common in Ken* ta ■ky, tho former home of both univ/duals,  •a HUI pint-of-cider fellow," not fire feat in hight, weighing not IOO petunia Charks R Kincaid is lait the shadow of a man. Ha is the regular correspondent of The Louisville Times, and has for years been a wellknown figure in Washington circles, both political and social He aas spent several summer* in England as one of the consular agent* of the United Hie tee, and has been a frequent and welcome visitor at Hawarden, Mr Gladstone's horns. Mr Herliert Gladstone and “J ini ga” Kincaid, as he is called hers, are warm personal friend*  Cause of the Trouble,  The occurrence awakens the liveliest in tarest here on every account, particularly as Judge Kincaid was always to be found at social events. He is a friend of •i-Bproksr Carlisle and other prominent southern people. The story that led to the affray ie an old one. About two yoais ago Taulbee, who was then in congress, mixed up in n scandal. The patent allice wa* I bv scene of Uh affair and the nam* of a young lady employe was unpleasantly connected with that of Tauli«ee The young worn nu was snhaequently ii ism taw! from the service of the government. The tale want the i ound* of th# newspapers, particularly la th* Kentucky journals, and Kincaid, like other correspondents, did not hesitate to publish the facta. Taulbee’* retirement from congress may to attributed to it He failed of nomination to the Flrty-flr»? house of rep-r sen ta ti vc*, and settled down as a lawyer a id claim agent in Washington. According to Kincaid'* statement Tau It we ha* taken umbrage at hi* criticisms printed hi the L <ui»stile papers, and baa from time to time edl he would yet kill Kincaid.  The Fire* Rupture.  The quarrel culminated Friday and Kincaid shot Taulbee. The firs* rapture mo-curred a little befur* 18 o'clock. Kincaid ms 'tending just between the doors leading to the bouse floor, at the entrance opposite the ladies' reception room. Kincaid was waiting for Mr Caruth, of Kentucky, to whom ho haii sent a card, when Taulbee came along.  •Kine M i," be said, “com* oat here, I want to see yon. *  “I cant corn* now, ” replied tbs judge, "I am waiting f r a gentleman. ”  Then Tau tee aaiaed Kincaid by th# coat collar end throw him around the little «n try way. K i ne-.kl ie Mkt to have struck at Taal* bee, and Tau lbs*, re Ie **ing hut hold on Kincaid'* coat collar, took him by the ear and r*ve that member a violent pinch or twist, so mu'!' so in fact that th* ear is much inflamed.  After a lit I. scuffle Kincaid broke away from Taulbo*, slying:  •I ani Bet prepared lo cope villi yon pkya> tcslly."  Taulbee replied: “Well, you bad better ba" It wa* Just noun aud the irs rh—ars stopped tie quart-*! by Mad Hag th# doom »*»<«. Th* Fleet Aa Mi* Capite!.  A boat half-port I there came a nota* Bks the sadden, croak of a big window. JI was Khantf** pistol IVe shot st nato <»Heart*. I a hug# crowd to the hasemsal *< tbs oapttel and the greatest confusion ensued Kincaid met Teullw* awl Aam Uwetom. ax-doorkeeper of tka house, na the steps of the stair* way near the jroteuroaL He say* Taulbee rushed at bito with uplifted arm te strike. Kincaid had gotten a pieta! in the meantime. He ffufcUf draw the weep en and Ared, lbs ballet;dew mg around the faro under th* left eye, hut appwsnatly bo* ut jurlng the right Kincaid made bo attempt to escape and admitted that he did the shooting. He was ai rutted, and, after being confined la the capitol guard-room for a time, was removed bs the pa lies eta lh rn near Capitol hill Him I waciaoa deelin.-s bi asak- a state* meat about lh* matter, but Knew*I gave out his val . iou of Ute occurrence a* follows: KIM im Id's aiery.  “About l;'Up ut. I Stoat to the house restaurant to g» t my lunch Tan 11 ms met me sad ativaacad toward me in a threatening manner. I warned him off, but be drew bock Uh arms ne ti to strike, when I Awl and he GOL No man has suffered more at th* bani of another than I have from him. Taut to*- has haaated me Uke a gimel ii* has heaped insult after rn ult na rue. aud thr**e cuff rant time* threaten**.I to kill urn. On Ti few months ego Taulbee told Jay Durham, a former Wash tug bm corr«*p«M»-daat, at preen* agent of th* i/basafwahs and Ohio railroad st Louisville, that be would aunt* d:,y kill Kin* ahi. He ako b>ld Judge Hhew that be would bar* Kincaid's blood."  Preying bar U«et> ration.  Taultici mat taken to the room of the com in itt-e on po bde groan, is aud bulbil tugs, H e e be was quickly earivaudwl by almost the entire Kentucky deh-gsttoa. Taulb-e appreciated the gravity of bk wound, and, ai nom as bs retained ommdkmmum. prayed fermrtiy for his rrotoraMon to health. mea* aas moot improsotva, more twenty mam tor# of aougrm* eurrmmdlng s I friend, sapixwed to bs PitaBp wmrnd.d, lifting his voice to the hupn irn- Betag for recovery, Bota* of th* gentlemen present were ov* room» by their sorrow, nod sobbed with mitt, CoogTesumaa Yoder, of Ohio, who is a physician and ••wgeua, did his host to stop th- hemorrhage, bot bk effort* wens inxffK-tnal Th* A>or of th# committee Uke those of the ootridur* nod the srkh I* os «  to have done this thing to wa " Then Tau I two resaw, d hi* devotion* Pro. Bayne and  A de ms soon arrived and in pc rin tended Tau !-bce’%r.* iicval to his borne on the corner of Third and Capitol st roe* s. Afer a slight examination the doctors reported that th* tai I let entered Taulbee’* heal sat over the kit eye and the wound wee dangerous. Then arrangements were mad* for th# removal of th*- wounded man to the fTovideacs hospital, where he Could receive better treatment than et bis own bom* Up loft e’clock Taul'e# had made no statement regarding the affair. Th* physicians souk! permit no one to see him, saying they could not answer for thy consequences if be was excited.  s*  LOH A SAIL! DOV.  An Agee Widow Marries Youth of 19 Yearn.  Buildina Lots *°r£ale  SWEET MORSEL OF BROOKLYN GOSSIP  HOUSE PROCEEDINGS.  The Taehle* Sh*M>tlng Teach** 1'poa la the Morning Fray**. WgMtlROTOR Cm. March A—'The pro* needing* of the bet**- were op*ued Hat unlay by Rev G ■orge Kill >t of th* Foundry church. Weshingioo Referring to the un* fortunet* occurrence of Friday h* said: AW mighty God. who by th* command went* and clamp!* of our Lord Jeeua Christ bee inclined na in the exercise of charity to oil thaw who ere rick or imprisoned,we impktro Thy mercy on the men who have lifted ap tho ban Is of violence and blood in th* paMBMMI of justice and bi the very home Mf artier, end who are, th un rn the toudag* of pain and th* other of th** law. Groat auto tbs a deep contrition of heart that they may obtain a wire trust ta Thy mercy and the aomfort of Thy pardon. And 0 God Thou knows** the a**-ret* of all oar hear in, whether we ourselves are inwardly bettor than I bose we condemn. Have mercy on tie Keep us from th* occasion and oppnrtuni'y of evil and from the ways of sinful sham*, tot ne pride or self seeking, no covetousness or revenge, no improper Imagination or baa* pass SJI. or vtoieut temper pollute oar souk or degrade our words or actions.  A few private phaeton bilk were passed ako senet*. bill providing for aa amUtaal secretary of war. Th# eoatestad ekatlon os** of Feat herrioa# va Cst*, from th First Arkansas district was then cabal up.  Negro Lynching la Georgia.  Athens, Ga., March I — Brown Washing  ton, th* m-gro who was arrested tor aasault-iag aa-i murdering th# ’.UU* U yaar-dd akot of Alfred Uortoa, near Madison, cen beard hie crime when taken let or* the coroner's Jury. Bo intense was th* Heeling (hat the jar* rs coaid hardly ie!rain from vtoleuw. At 8 i/dock at night th* mob saasstsl in forcing th# jail, and dra»’g*1 Hi* pr aun e oat Th.* crowd carried the doomed aegir down th* railroad track our and a hail mi'ae toward Augusta, end told him to pro pare for death. They planed a rope urouud his neck ani swang him up to a telegraph pol**. The revolvers la th* crowd were din cliarged rapidly and iff. negro's body rid .lied with (ariki*  Th# F.vengelieal featere***.  Hh AU. ikir, Ta., March A—The report of the committee on worship was adopted at Haturday morulng's erosion of th* Evangel leal emf aren ce President Hula* pf el of th* Hehnylkiii eeotinary reed the roj*-rt of th* institution showing that the d*U af Mw seminary had has rodeo**! fro.ii I'JkJO t< ll,flu) end that IU mend a mb ip had increased to p»r cent Th# Rev. UT. Hell was cl*-, ted  B-siding abler of the Alkntosrti dor rift end V. CL M Hemen was cie* t.-i pnwidiny eider of tile I hilsdelphta district.  A Newly Married Mss Ii* IsiL La Cm MRK, Wk, March A—A week age H. W. MKo,’turn, of Gatesville, came hen with Lydia Rho las, of Monroe county, and they wore married. Four deye later b*- was la jail at B|i*rte on the charge of tew#*-steeling. He bal bar gal ae* I to hay a team of borane, sad borrowed them to go to Galesville after ton moory, »\m borrowing a wagon. Ins tea. I of that he nasa# here, sold the bores* for MW and th* wagea for ♦IO, getting married ob the prooesda  Marrow Kara ye from a Hoteeaeit-  BIOCX Faun. ft D., Maroh A—Friday morning at I o'clock a Are suddenly broke eu* In the Khukuu dr Jae.es* * black on the corner of Ninth street and FMMlB arena*. The tipper story wa* sa—ptsfl by twenty parrot* Bt sleeping rooms Aeveral narrowly mesas ii from tmratng to doeth. J. TVohey. wife and child, and matt mottos fully jumped from the ascend teary. Tbs lorn k flgurrl at ♦M.apA with gtO.«) Hrnur  CIT! OF ALTOS ASO  Committee.  (toro of blood. Tao-bt* stopped an the mkkt of his deve-tbuis and aahed Carlisle, who stool et th* to*-! Of tile sofa un which he lay: “Who did this thing to mat What tam hap tuned rn- r Mr Car flak said: "Charley Klaoaid did  R."  “Ile ought wk to have done IL" said Taulbee “Bv owe at not to have dons IL Why did be do so, Mr CMikkf*  “Did you not have words with him today T wksd Mr. Carlish*.  •Yea." w M  the reply. “But bs ought not  V»ea*h af ***a FroM."  Tims, 0., Marsh A—-Oxletn B> PHA known to th* traveling frutevutK ae  a Fs Prate," proprietor af th* Ahs when house in this ctty, died from a ste<*ke of afs.pieiy. He ha* Iron la the koto) bae buro fro thirty yaase and k th* best kaosru iawtburd la th* state Hk funeral ©routed (Saturday arter bobo antler the suspire* Of th* K-ts, of wbtrii be we* s prom blent ii nun ber. II* «  MI year* old.  Th* tier sa sa Kl** ti***.  BAKUN Man !. S The return* freia I re ha Ii-a* Friday show that Gnats. Rn-stone I Literal; Birk, ttoaiaikt; IkWek Sod a let: Robetdt, Ho.s*lUt; Brig I, NaBonal Liberal; ttohwurta, Buekilri. 0*ann, Ne tioaaliet; Kircber. N-hmWiL and Urilhroau. Beataiiets; and KypoldL Fflu«g«r. Iswrrech Radicals, iiave »«*• ekrtod. TV# Buetake) kauyr, Bdft R*- ai, is defeated  Make* a Partial Dr ut ai.  Nxw Yottx, March A—Coat wander B. H. Met Vila, of the United B tales riuup-of-wai Bu tarp i >w>. make* a parti*; .leo la. .if th* statanieat of bk uOeers and mea that be u an inhuman officer, and that im treated all hands with groat brutality during the voy ag* a bleb wee re dad by toe veaarib arrival  Cm eel id ated th* Basin re*.  Mixnbapous, Mina., Marsh A- - Th** Jour Bel's Ashland, Wk, special says: Uffl- lel sibs has been rarrival here B.at the freight awl paromger burin*"* of the North Fe-tfl and WiMOorin railroads tor Ariiiaad lied hmm consol Hie tad. TU transfer* we betag made  Bs-Caagreseasaa mil*-hell (toad.  N*w Yowl, Marsh A fci fkaggpsmnmn Charks I* Mitchrib el Kaw Haven, Usa, died st 4 o’ckx-k in the av*ruing in this city. Ha was one of the principal •t*«-hi*dd*n and president of IU Mltch-iLFanes .venpan/, manufactar*vs of gee flxtana  ** linM-hy " Assith CMVtcteri.  Cure ut* art. Mirk A—- 1 “Brothy" fteiito, on trial for the murdnr ut Mrs iiyvce, bm bren found guilty cf merci sr is the Arri degree, th pun! tty rd whkii is death. His deform- was In amity.  Death af Miss Kiltie.  Raw Yowl. Mark A—Miss KUM*, th* j  Aer cee of Mf tYowl UT tin kl# Central perk chun pan- r. • died early to the ox wiring di OQMUmptt.41  tx ell Ka*.wa lawyer Dead.  Fox ut ch is, R. Y., March A—William I -Thoro*, tbs wed kl- aru rriiauun lawyer dkd Sri unlay morn tug  A Taun| Men ss lt»erd lh* I reining Hhlp Minnesota Use. rn re Knen.erwd of «  IV id ow SS Tears OUI and Marries Her— Th* HrMegrooes Hoe a Atep-hM lour Tears MI* .Hkaler—How th* Atorir Cans*  A hen A  RSW Yon*. March A—Th* gnadfw to the Vici-illy of SSS Hancock sinai, Bro.Alya, are shocked hennas- Mrs Matilda L Cass, « wealthy widow, whoa* they claim to be over AO year* of age, bos just married a 19-year ok! sailor boy attached to Un training Minnesota. Tbs boy in Georgs J. boh id, whose father is a manufacturer Hartford. Conn. The brule is quite md if nsnt (list ber marriage to a lad younger than her own sons should excite iomawoL ■re Holies owns tho prop Tty at t>Fi Han oook street Ii U s handsoum brown-stone resideurv, el jai. ly furniriwd. Bile oleo owns ew.riisraba property located eke-where in Brooklyn and this elty. Him was very angry when told by a reporter Friday that pe. pie said she was over AO, sod answered, with a Mash, that rite was only SA The First Meeting.  Then tim I wide related th* *towy af bar sac odd co ut tab Ip and marriag Her first hue-baud was Rufus D Cam, a tea importer af tow city. Rfcfur* his death, which occurred throe years ago, he told bar that lf she ever desired to marry eg ala she was ant to keel tote about doing so, Ab* Informed him thro sh* would probably never wed again, but if she should tor busiund would have to to a young (aaa. Shortly before Mr. Caro's death en* of th* sun* entered th# whool-ehlp Bt. Mary This was R. Bbwrwuod Ones, who is now nearly fear year* older ’hen bk stepfather. It was an board the skip that young Caro met Bol let, then s lad of It y-AF* They beoeaw chums sad took a ere!#- to Japui togetht-r. When they roturuod Boiies in* shied that bk companion sh >uld visit his boma II* dbl so, tai kms cam.- to bs looked on as almost a as mtwr of tot family, lls oolite! Mrs Caro “uiotocr" tbs mam sa tbs other boyo  And An They Were Married.  “About throe BKHithat a^o," continued Mrs. Holies, "be told ms that to had a dropsr affection for me than that of s son, and I ao-know|«df*l that I loved him other than ss a mother We were married into wark by the Rev A. Au wort Wel»A an.) I do not aes thai it Is anybody's business ■  Mrs. Hot)** said that tor sons objected to th* marriage They liked young Brike as a brother, bat aaa id not quite tolerate bim as s tto) father, Bb* mad* prov.stone fur them tof<ire the ceremony, at the urgent request (ff tor busband-elrot, who mid he would not touch atm penny of her money, bat continue en th* treintug ship.  They Fewer Apeek.  Hoi to and bk stefmoo, Caw. an- now la th* same watch on hoard tim ship. bat they do not speak to each other. They wen- both wen on hoard the ship Friday Bight Bolin saki to failed to see why bk marriage should rouse comment He was realty la love with th* lady, sad she loved him, tad bk parent* hod given their consent to the marriage. Caw said th* Arri to knew of Urn marriage woe whoa Hulks biformed bim that to was going to marry bk mother At Arri to re gardrd M ss a Juke, bet when to found It wa* a fact to derided to rat him, aud asver speak to bim except when to by the rules of Urn tool rub tp. rn a partly tody with brawn ryes. dark hair, streaked with grey, sad a UighA cheerful disposition.  T* WM dp ii* Affaire. PtoriDDd. A L, March A—Th* stockholders of th* Atlantic Fire sad Maria* In-•ursae* company have voted to aathnriaa tim board of directors to wind up the affairs of the eompany at soon as it can be don* to sdvaatog* sad from tim* to Urns to sail and reaJtas 00 th* assets, red unrig lh* seas* to cash tar paring debts aud liabilities, tbs balance lo to divvied aurate stockholder*. Th* budding, oaa of the finest rim tares la Mm city. comer of Westminster and Kir bang* (tree ta and th* leasehold se Urie under It will to told by auction upon rn Aloe. Mayor H A Barker it prestieut of th* cuupaay.  TK* Leads Haines to the City.  FmmaaJHX, R. I, March A—Th* Bhod* laked apprense coart has headed down a fro script ob tbs long pending euro of th* Raw York and Hew England railway va Th# 0ly of Fro*(dance reopening th* coai-plamaat'e rights lo the Gov# toads;which said corporation receive I from it* ireU-aors, Ute Floridan**, Hartford sad Fishkill railroad. Tim auart dectdm that th* lands belong to Mm city but that Mm Raw York aud Raw England road ii entitled to toke ap th* I six mortgage bunds whish tim municipality ! now hold*  Orreries Veteran Iowa Legislators.  Dm Mourn, Iowa, March M. —la tbs house Haturday asoraiagknauion was doro*-ad to the praam ta tiwn of paMUooa largely rakttng to th* elect I-ta of a senator aud to sshtNil hook*, and the praseoteUua af bt Us. which ware mud by titles aud referred In the senate lh* mondo.{ sami-e> wee devoted , pftoripall/ hi Mm feuding of pelt them, after which the pioaeer law-makers earn* tate th* yii and a ouriial granting was UtodsTed tim vekraae, followed »-y a renepti Al. Among tt,«in wore mem tors ut th* lid iowa kgtsta-tufa.    .  Perished lo lh* Flame*.  Ben hr-atta ut. R Y., March A- Saturday moraine at (JU w’cioch tto rrolieaos of Jamro J Hr* tstow. la this idly, was dkeev ared to to na Ara Mr Ii nub tow rome ..ut na the *triwL *«ut went hack again, probably ; to mv* saw ut bi# iritpnrty. H* slayed toe  «.«i era* over mime by smohe sod saffo rotnd The flrouma found him en th* flotw ut bt# rom* rind OeuffkkrMbk myetory sarrounde Mm cricto of (he fire, but Urn j re-vailing •/pluton k that It wa* caused by sko-trir light wtna  Agrieoltaral Wart)* Itoraed  KUNK, IIM, Marsh A—The Btar feataring orwspaayY ssorik st Ville bai nod early to Mm anni lug Tto bro co bonding* h tW.fW. nod an inaouhmtured •rririee ma«hhm»T, eta, about U0,0» Th* totri Insulator k ks«»JC. aaatly la mutual uoxpaaka The (actory amptoyed forty hands nntklng rilHivstora, pkTOs, toad cult. vs. sad tread-pewee  Corner Main and Dry, 150x120, for $30.  Eighth and Market, 60x120, - - - - $450  Ninth and Market, 50x100,.....$350.  Bluff Street, two lots, each for - - - $150.  Alton st-, bet. Fifth & Sixth, 60x120, $500. HigLiland Paris..  One Hundred Lots ranging in size from fifty feet front !T|‘ to one hundred feet and thirtyffront, all very deep. Prices mending at from $50 to$500, on terms to suit purchasers.  One of the nicest residence plats in Alton.  Over IOO Houscn and Lots in different parts of the oily. Cull and see list  Ii  ALWAYS AHEAD  Line of a  With the aim of Leading in my Business I have Received Large Stock of  BYZANTINE \ RUGS  The Latest in he Market, in all Sizes and Colors, A FINER ANO BETTER RUG than the SYRMA RUG, at tha Santa Price.  The Citizen# of Alton and Examine these HUGH. Quality.  and Vicinity ar« Cordially Invited to Call I am not afraid of an I nap act ion of their  A. ar. HOWEULJL..  mn TOO IJT) AMO BU ti  ha would eomp»lkd Mr* Belle#  (Si  TI HOW ASIDE YOCH FUEL MATHUS ANH IE YURT IN  i.itrlnni! Stoves mid Ranges.  Builders' Hardware a Speciality. I have the Finest Line of Carpenter’s Tools in thelCity.  Granite aid Japanned Ware. . A. Ll. FLOSS  Tbi**d Street, opp. Bello, Telephone TS.  .SPRING SUITS  I am new receiving a large and varied •tech of Cloths, Wa all Ihe prevailing shade*, for Spring Knit*, which I am prepared lo malta ap in «hu  hionabl© es,  OC A RANTER I N(l  Most  Maou-  A Perfect Fit  Reasonable Rates Complete  and  Satisfaction.  H.C. G. Moritz, 112 Third st.  That Beeroi illeett. pi /bt: - sn, Or*, March A — A report hee rvariwi I re Hut HUootL (he abwvmd-bu; -wil t-i- if lh* <* -1 goia*uh*; mv‘ « Abv at Wa ; 1- Km rom arrrot-ri at Takrio, 00 tto Rnrttor.i fro lib nu rood, briwrou her* ami Thm*'*fc. I to report stoke that Btkwtt wee per- **y »- * rei r.e.1 wglae-r. tiber iff 1**L got maxtro .or t Lbalk with th* prkower  ll. A. HOFFMANN.  No 1(M^102    ift.j  WI- a AOR).*! POI    *  04, k HI oven lo Last Five  heojtng, (Juttiring, fljpoyj ffl Ikw  nu a Ai.f')i“s Foil  ttradiiiMrior^  FlrebackH Wa* ranU-Al   u  QUICK MB AL" CASOLI NM 8TOVBS. Prim   

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