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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - March 5, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 PATTY TELEGRAPH.  sobUME 29  ALTON, ILL., WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARCH 5, 1890.  NO. 223  MANK UWM BM  Provisions of Some of the Most Important Ones.  HALF A BILLION DOLLAR J WANTED.  The Knnrni»n« Aggregate Involved la  Im* Vnrlnai PrtMlm MIU* Now Before Congree*—WarM't Fair Uoaip- llt(h Honor* Rn i. i by Perry Helotes! from th* Pr*a*h~P.xawila*r* la th* Pe a* I aa OI** I apl tai Item* af Om> •rat In (ere*t.  Dr. J. W. Enos' Sanitarium,  ALTON, IliL.  no WOR aanotmoe* that he has established in a building purchaeed for th* DE. BRU" ■“    purpose a SANITARIUM for the  1HITMT OF ILL CURABLE DISEASES.  BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL.  [fe experience during many years has convinced him that all diseases imi bs managed more successfully in an Institution of this kind, under the mutant supervision of tbs physician, and aith the aid of means not other* tta st command, than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers a tatsrvals of several hours or days.  The position of the SANITARIUM is high, and the surrounding are fret bom all noxious influences. It is readily reached by the Second street horas mn, and Is near the Union Depot.    ...    ...    .  The building is large, and arrangement* are as perfect a* Is possible from a knowledge of sanitary science and the requirement* of such an Institution.  Electricity In all Its forms; Oxygen and it* compounds; Baths, Douches, gMsage, Inhalation, Nursing, eto., are provided as may be required by pa-tkmta, in addition to such other treatment as may be deemed advisable.  A LARGE SOLARIUM  for Hon Baths and exercise in cold and inclement weather, etc., is provided.  Bach patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and receives hu ds% personal attention.  Now Open  POR THE RECEPTION OP PATIENTS.  Fir further information iddret* Dr. ENOS it thfl SA MI TAR I ii ft, comer of George md Third its., Alton, til.  Children Cry for Pitcher 1 * Castorla.  RESOLUTIONS  UNANIMOUSLY ADOPTED  Bi tie Good Citizens of ion ani Yicinitj Hading In#  Jersey Collies.  WHEREAS, It has Pleased his Royal Nibs,  r? remain with the Good People of Gds (chitty “FOR LO!” these Many Years ai t«r Inaugurating a System of Small I rout. ami Sharp Competition. Be It therefore,  , RESOLVED. That we Consult our Own Interests, when in Need of D<n»d Goads,  ;;  LOH UNG, BOOTS, SHOES, FURNISHING »nd DRY GOODS, to Call on  THE GLOBE.  AND BE IT FURTHER  RESOLVED, That la order to keep hie iwhiltI Ummmt we ail of ua agree to eend our Neighbor* So •»|    •  A HILDEBRAND, for all their Good Geode at LOW FHI ES, ao » Copy of this be Benito TUE GLOBE.  CIT! OF ALTON Al SDBDRBS  a  /Sap centai.. < if I *OCUP>! I  W ami MOTOR GITT, March A —Two hundred general pension bills bar* already been r**fVrr#d to tbs house pension rnmmittoo and 3,IMH apodal Mila, th* general billa em* br sr in a all eonoetvabl* forma of pamtmi legtsUtion. Th* most Important of the gen-•ral I lh*, aa reaching th* larger aumbar of |  •id soldiers and rrqutrlag a great expenditure of mon-y, la lh* a-rvior jwntaoe bill.  I bar* are several 11. Is tntroduoeil pertain-  1  kg to this «#u« subject, th* oust liberal one if which proposes to place all old toUHere on the pension roll at a minimum of IS par .nmth (tention, with Ilia addition of I rent per mob th for each day’* arrrkw ow HUO days, this pension to be paid to all old aob i ll ere reg* rd I-es aa to whether they are new reootetng pensions or not The friends of this Mil MU estimate that it wee Id oost •IOO,CKI,UC par annum. There ar* athar *»rrice pauston bills which pines only those old soldiers on the roll who ar* recs iring IO par month, which would materially reduo* the aost. The moat moderato of thee* IBUs would probably oost from BHO,two,DUO to HOO,OOO,UUU par year.  Par All Disabled Be Id Mrs.  Another Terr important hill proposes to p am an the roll all disabled soldiers who are net now drawing pensione, whit*out regard as to whether the disability was ta-curred in tbs s -rvlo# or not and without re gard to the pecuniary rondltton af the soldier. Any s> ti ma ta aa to the oost af this Ult would ha Mmply guesswork, there tieing no data to judge from as to th* uuoibet that woald go en th# rolla under this MIL* The sat btu in Imper tang* Is what is known as the “dependent WU," which projxe** to J Weston ss cry old soldier who h now disabled from ti)# p#rformano* of labor far his support. This bill ako proposes to place Um I widows of dsaeasnd aokiiars on th# pension-roll. t increase th* pension granted to minor children from Bt to Bi per month, ami to continue th* minors' pension lo children who ar* an*r Id years of ege wha ar* helpless. It ako propose* to pension ail dependant fathers and mothers without regard to til'- time aud caus* of the death of the son. It I* sal > ma tod that this GUI would require an annual expenditure of about 888,-uOU.OOO.  Increa*# la Paaelaa*.  Any HUI ma ta of its coat. however, is unreliable from th# fact that there Is no data from which lh# numlew that won bl go <>u the roils could be accurately estimated. Thor* is nu means of ascertaining th* number of widow* at present living, so any estimates would ba gnaeswork. Another ME of groat Un per Sanaa and which has been vtgor-ouaiy pressed upon the oommitto# k oo# providing for iucreaiiliig th# pensions of those srbo have kat en arm or lag from th# present rata to (LIO par month and to pay tbs difference te twoen that rata and th# rat# the sol liers have r, salved from lh# doe# of the war to th# prtwunl time. As th# number of th *-# ***tfusn«e I* d#naitoly known, an alwo lubdy ee»iir*t# satlmato ©an b# made Th# nm* mn* require I under this bill is 835,800,-OUT The Md which woald require th# targ-#et> < xpMMliturt «*f money, and whiob would bwcoiue due al once ups* th* passage cd the lull ie that r-pealing the Urmia lion lo the arrears act. Under the aet af March, ISH, pensions w ere to be paid from th* date of discharge in all arnee when* apphoatlons mrs ated* prior to June IO, I*#, and afssr that data pension* would only la paid from th* data of the filing af th# appUoation. Applleatloas ess rile.  (tome 810.000 applications la round number* have lawn flied stoa# June HO, 11*0, and about ll*,OOO casse have iowa alk)wad. On these 110,000 oaaee, lf the Bro Ha non should b* repealed, th# arrears w oak! beento* dne at emeu There ar# over ®C0.<sx» -asea which bar* lean flkd sinea June IO, I too. now pending, of which It k safe to my that at least dc cent. will ba allowed hi the near future.   1U „ commissioner of passions sstbnates that It would require to pay o**» already allowed »«d tho## thai ar# aln: .et certain to be shewed upon application# flied sine* toe pillion of the ilmllatkm th# tom of *475, fido COO. Of CCU re* ne estimate can ba made lo th- oat of paying arrears in eses* that may I* hereafter flkd. The fact that the pension was to commence from the date of discharge would be a si mug indues Beent to many wha hare not heretofore flied applications to dose  Kx-l'risweaf# of War.  Bills are ak- J* ohing bafaro th* commit-urn tm increase the pension of tbs totally deaf from PO to It® and tb«w* of th* totally Hind fr-'OB BTI to I HO- Th# passage of tease I-I Us wruld probably require th* an-pen-lttur- of 11, WM) It to ako proposed w im reas# the r^netoti tar taaLlMjrtn perform manual I*bor froes MU to W p» Month. The ea-pHaawars af war ataghans a bill haler* the commit*## for tater reliaf which prop****  10  psn*i'«» » 11  dual led and ate on the pe«.tot> roll who pan reaaonaMy he presumed to bae#  u ^“ r ™ d  th- r dias bf HU— in southern prtauna. It ako Orono*# to lay them BK p#* -  day for each day they were in uenflnsmaat Aud then a bbl h G for* I*.- aonumttoa to pension army i,ar*#* at the tate of *25 par ws* Ibis atmid require ao annual expenditure of  about *t.00u.uui__  CONOBtASlONAL.  The Day’s Dole** la to* lh Dr aa eh as of th#  National Leg Isla! ore.  WMKkOTO* CWT. March 5 -Th# ma,Into*, elf ared by Vouches in th#    *<»*  day referring to th- ka« of lh) fur seal  taianda of A lash A and directing th* a-cre-tor? of th# treasury to refrain from executing <w datlwrmg La# laaaa until un- * Inquire into th* stouter, wa* w* 10 **""?®' e*r»*tv from th# flnano# committee I ueaday IS .a. uM#flni«tey posR-m-l Th-w-nato tiajMiwi * hill appropriating MM* fcrs ojooun-antal cadua.* Jo kettle of Trent,rn, S. J*, tote MuA^spftW  urtaring BWKl.tkO tadhfer public t-utldlng. at brrer, V H, wad Nssliaa. ER Al I u’eioch She seaat# went into nerd awuou sod .siadkd every twsiy ML mmmton and etnai# employ#    gaiiary floor ut  that w tog of th* en plod.  Iii lilliB lftintf.  After rwntic- buain s th# house took up  Coiuiuitte«. :    <t    akcu.*. of SriTJSS  ; — r»t», from Art-and Dalwi voee  (  rn (av.*- of the t *» toot «ut Cr tsp of Geonria -i arolia m tmror rd th* eont stoa, Oats- Baw*  A  ail of I.anMs fellow*! in support of th* claims uf til* contestant  The Great Werld's Pair.  WABHtvotog CTtt, March A- It ran probebl- (bat th* agpoaRioo will ha postponed until WOS, Tho Chh-ngo reixreeeota* ti vet will aet suggest th* postponement, nor WHI ti #y ob jest to it. They will leave tho question to ba decided by the wnat# stet bouw of repreeeetativoe and wiU si*tam from the dlacuadau of the subsector attempting to influeooe the decision la any way. If ooe yr--ss decides to have tho fair in I wed they will say that the peep;* Mf Chica-jo will «.o their best to make a success of it that will be a credit to th* entire country, lf a pet jH-r.eT. ut to 1'Uft ta thought advisable, th«y will annmmce that the managers of th- fair wi:l mike g.rfxl use of th- aAliUooal time.  Th- sm'im -at in th* anat* ta app-wrwntly to favor of ltalt, an t lf th# l»>u*o tows not ch ing* th* .late th# IAU will be amended Winn it roaches that body.  Fresldaatlal Nam I it al Iona  WasHtHMTON Crrr, March h-—Tb# PrmL dent has sent the following nominations to tho lento-: To ba collectors af euatocna I*  B i ward P. Dennis, of Mary tend, for the eastern district t4 Maryland; J. R lee. of iWida, for the diet Has of Bl Jonas, Fie.;  D. P. Booth, of Alabama, far the itvuict of Mobile, Ala Jam** Limbird, of Mt*w>url, to be surveyor of austoo s for th# port of Bt Joaeplt. Mo. Henry H. Walker, to la ptwtmsster at Remluftns, Iud. To be nan sui* of th* United States: William fcurgam, of Baw Jersey, at TnastaUt Bar bart W.  Bowen, of New York, at Baree.o*a: ¥ W.  Catlin, of New York, at Muaich; Wilhans R. K»t*a, of Minwsaata, al Klngrtoo, Jamaica.    __  Taulbee'* CwadiSiwa OriAlaal.  WAkHinoTOH CWT, March &—Bx4km grassman Taulba* ta in a critical aundlttoo.  His phy*ieauis matte th# guarded stolen,aal lust ha to in no danger of dying w .thin th#  But tweuty-four hoar*, hut beyond thta in my do not care to say anything. Mr.  Tauibas ta bslng kept vary qnwi, sad few ^  n|t ^ [T  peremu ar* allowed to as* bim He ta ease-actons and has expressed a wtab to Bink* a statement to the aewspnpsr*, but this hi# phystciana have daoiinad to allow him to do. I bey think th*’ th* axcltamaat Umt •my bs censed by reek in r such rn eta tem- ut would work dtaastrou* effects At present th* patient ta vas*y weak.  MaCalla Waate aa Iav*stlgatl#n.  W sa IU VU Tom LITT, March A—Command! r Cowman H. Molalla in cominaud of the United Ptatsa stoamsUp Snterprtea was at the navy d#i*rim«>nt To#* Ay and had an interview uitb bacratary Trtrj ami Commie ior* Rant say In view of tbs charge* that have t*en pnhiishad ta the new,pap. r. in regard to bun ba mails a formal r q <-■ t for a curt of inquiry to toy the Metter. I a*# court was at ottos ordered to convvns on Moi cb ll at the Brooklyn navy yard. ll will be own|Hje .1 of ih.-ar Admiral 1a A Kimberly, Commodore W. P. McCann, and t apt C. P. Stanton.  Ferry Delmont Hiasret  W aaa I autor CWT, March 4.—In recognl Mon of tho pre rn ptoses and cordiality wtab which th* United State* accepted th* in vita rlnu af the French repwldlc to wsuTtfotpate in tho tate exposition, which Wench mew say was tai honor of republican tam, th# revolution of 1740 and the fail of th- tswttta, the dccoratkm at commander of th- legion of Honor bas Just te»n transmitted thrash offlctal channels to Parry Belmont, of New York, who was chairman of th# house committee on foreign affair* whim th* Invitation  was accepted.___  betting Around Hit A Ilea I ab** Law. WaaxfRUTOK CWT, Merck A—Complaint bas Iwen flkd at toe treasury deparime.il that -Oraasem" fro* Mexico ar* imp-reed under contract to work on the Teas# Pacific railroad in Tim Than* Mexican laborer*, it ta stated, ar* employed in large number* rn the Texas Pacific railroad In conal met i m work, aud avoid a teahnieal vtolatoou cf the allen contract tabor taw br coming over un.tor an -uipllad contract which ta entered into formally when they arr Iva The treasury department ta oonstdariug th* matter.  Illaw at th# Civil Bervie* Cammleelon-VV A ahi AUTO* Cwt. March A—The tall providing far th* appointaassit of thirty ad diurnal examiners la the penshss ofltea. Introduced by Oast. Bank*, of Masaarhuaette, which fsuaed th* howaa, ta tagulflsant In on* in-p-rteal reaped; the tall #*pramlv pro-ride* that th* examiners shall not ba appointed through the medium of the civil service oouinitestoti This is th# flint blew aimed at that oommtaMon in tagiaiatloo in this congress. _  Arranged tov ABB Debate*.  N*w Yoax, March i.—1%e most important event in current politic* transpired tost weak la thta city wb,-n arranyexnente warn computed for Wk) debases betw Walter Thomas MUI*, af Chkagn, and Hon Albert GrtAa of Brooklyn Th* do-h-tes are Sn cover th# questors in coo trover sy between th* tempareivc* Rrpubltaans  mn  Eight Miners Entombed Bit Wilkesbarre, Pa.  8LI0HT HOPE OF RESCUING THEM.  The Calamity Caused by a* Daplwatew-* A Driver Bo>’# llei-ole C«H»da*t lisws-rf I ately Alter th# Aeeldawt Oecarved--Mach II ava* Caused at Duluth, Mina.. by a Madly Covered DI aet— IVaaUar Accident to a I*-Year-Old Boy.  W i lkb# ii a uke, Pa, March A—Au #*-plosion of gin oorurrwi in th# Booth Witt caber re shaft Monday afternoon. Bight mau ware at work iusut# of th* shaft at tbs tins\ A few minute* tater th# I annet beearn# flitol sri th smoke and gas, w Utah shut off ail means of carap*. The tunnel leads into ta# Wet eon min* ad joining, and efforts were ma-lsto reach the men, but the nooning party was driven back ami compelled to give ap th* ai'.-rn pc It wiU take fully four day* to flood th# mine. Th* supposition ta that the men did ital prt very far from where they were working an I tf thta ta the c*a» their both.* wdi udvr b recovered a# they ta tai probatality by th!* tim* ara bnruad to a cartop.  A He vat* Driver Hwy.  When the expUatott oeonrrad, Jameson, Ulv driver boy cad lad to some man behind him to take back Ida mu Wa. “I Mn going in to tell th* other fellows," be shouted. Vt e*:l all have to gat amt of hare mighty qui V ti t.D tfccc# words ks ran peat th* burning timbers and on Into the dark Hamel Ba never came back, nor did one of th* seven to whom be went with a warning wf their danger The flames qpread among the dry ti ut tars with awful rapidity, b*mg faanad by th* strong sir surreui, and a veal valuate  Building Lots for Sale.  Corner Main and Dry, 150x120, for $500,  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 Paris..  One Hundred Lots ranging in size from fifty feet front to one hundred feet and thirtyjfront, aH very deep, Prides from $50 to$500, on terms to suit purchasers.  One of the nicest residence plats in Alton,  Over IOO House# and Lots in different parts of tho city. Call and goo list.  railing down th* toe ad  A BUglM Hag wK Napa. lf Jamman aver re* shad th* men bisUle and they triad tome** th*ir way vail the way ha gnaw ta Hwy mast have law driven ka«k ny tbs amoks ai d Are. Tic- only chance Bhat they ar* etui adv. is that whey m*y hove I ousel their way to the tar end of soma gangway into which th* smoke may aoi hav* panel rabat up ta *hta time. flu gruel ta th* beat and to Jena- tho sn,-Le ta th* tunnel It ta wlvh th# stirod difficulty that th* flame* aaa bs ranched. Bavcral uf the men at work have bean overcome nod bad to be brought ant of th# shaft  Will Dele th* Niece.  Th* assident, bt addition to th* tam of Mf*, will work thorough disaster to the mines, lh# shaft wa* sunk nearly twenty y vers ago *• far down aa the 11 eta iou vain, THO feet below lh* surface BuU»qusably, ta arder to n-mpteu- the ventilator. Ute Bock tunnel was driven on a down atop* I.HA) foul to the workings of th* (Manton tunnel ag.  ui J,*. Prom thta  again gangway  stray between th* temperance RspuMtan— and th# party I rehloNtoototoi They will begin in New England early rn April arid travel across tbs candent to Ran PVna-etoco and retort:    Mr. Mills ta a etas* i  dent of polities and baa few equals rn a k and reedy debater. Mr Griffin ta chairman of th J Ne* ntl Antmataoo Republican sa  torts lion. _  Msd-VkMl and Teed Coev«*ties.  Hi k<ia, R D . March B - The ac ani feed convention bar* wa# largely at-tondcd It wa* mttiuatod that th# twenty tosnt.^s will Bteci fltal.W bushels of wheat, ga* 40) busliota of #ata, B7.B67 lattek af flax, TU,Quo bush*!* of bar lay. 318, WO busliah .rf tor,, 18,8 0 tmrtxita of millet, and that alout flkto.OOO will he required to buy grata Of thta amount three-fourths sous be Tatami by th- oountta* beoeflaM, th* remainder to he M«nred from outs)-1# contrib*hon*. A toOMiowdaa to have full charge of a»i- ting and agyanging for grata and to act with a (..rniniwiinn ap;indited by th# governor wa* named.    .  Ah.-bas Kicked ta Vale.  Al USAT, N Y , March 8 -In ta b»y the petition signed by about W.OOl) clU- t ' m  tor ballot reform wa# presented It weighs about 1,000 i#wimta and wa# brought ta by fourteen men H.i man objected to (ta Urn* prcarr ted antu eftor th# regular t«iw acccnRnq bi rata. Rpestaer Ilustol mint should ba te^gb* ta and Rkahan was Htemlly pushed down th# stale by the bearer* of th* petition. He protested vigorously and titer* wa* quite a sc me. Later the petition wa# fancily pr -muted, ami referral^ to the Judiciary own milt.-#.  r W.  ars  were begun. It ta In thta tunnel that the fir# ta burning, and beyond the fir# arc Mm-clght men. That they run have cooped vuf-focwtkm ta almost an ImpoaaiMHty, but yet there ta some ta pa, and as tong a* It ex tate every effort will be mad* to reach Ibsen.  A BADLY COVERED BLAST.  It Daealte la Con *14 ara bl# ttavo* at Dw-Intk, DI-,a.  I*rtetTU, Mien., March i.—Workman on Wert Third street fired a small I dart, which WM to badly aoversd that pieces rf rook flew ta several dln-ctiona, oo# piece striking Hie building in wh'-h the torts and and a bim of dynamite a*r# atorsd. A termite ex-plcatou folio wed. Th# house at Matt Mw ipj-LHo eras eomewhat leaioralised, th* we ate# betag shattered and a large bole eat through the roof, swab frauiaa torn out, and siding spHntarcd Tbs bouto of Mayor-cleat Davie teat alout twenty panes of gin**, many of them FVench plate, while Hearty every other bourn rn the vicinity suffered. The "bol where th# dynamite wa* stored and a number af ow the tillage near »>y have disappeared and the st/vefe in ta* v lain tty i with deliria Frank Johnson, who was driving along Third struck by a rook and had bis arn  omgNBBMMDMMIID  Fat Oaapowde# la (Via rocket*.  Mop at V EAAOM, Ind., March 4,—Ctaear, the l»-y«ar-oi>i aaa of th* late Dr. T. Admits, met with an accident which will probably rase It in hts death. Bo was playing with a can of gunpowder and Ailed hie ,**-k*D with it, Be got too doe* to a fire and it Ignited. Th# ex pl-*#i >n liar nod bim terribly and his clothes .-aught fire, and ha wa# full of bums and blisters before help could be given bim. The flesh on hi* chest. amia. and face peeled off, and be suffered excruciating pain.  Perished Ut th* nsBMS TMUXX HatJTK, Ind., March Andrew A lr sender's saloon, at Lanoaatrn mines, east  of Liny City, bunted at IB o’clock at night awd Alexander perished ta th* flames A bag af stiver money which ba ta known to have had ana not ta found, and for that  reason foul work ta maapncted.  Made aa Asrtgaosent.  MCACIX, lad., Marc* BL-Th# banking firm of a I# Lewi* 4k On, doing Imsineaa ta Winchester, a town of 8,000 inhabitant*, twenty mite* seat of thta city, has charnu ital doors and made an    to Jmw» Con  ed#. Experts ar* ta charge of th* hoo j*. All Us- ii Hilly afltatata made deposits with ti*- lank, ##4 ar# euuaequruliy hoary tea rs lite treasurer win mss SB,**, th# auditor BS.•VK', and quite a number of ettiasaa and for in tv* will Urn- smelter amounts, ranging from HOO to 11,000.    _  Tbs Lea* of lbs Bteaasahla Qartta.  |g>«DOR, March A—Later details ahunt (ta lei d the steamship Qoetta white boun! fur London from I'wk town, to..w that th* negro members of th# crew Dud ixawetkm of Urn heat busk and rwfnaad to allow nay on* eta# ta her. The ©the. boart with lh,- awly survlvoni ten ted at Adolphus bland, thro* mites from where the steamer want down. They were gul*#qu#nl!y taken  steamship Albatross  ALWAYS AHEAD  With the aim of Leading iu my Line af liusiueHs I have Received a I-urge Stock of  BYZANTINE RUGS  The Latest in he Market, in all Sizes and Colire, A FINER AND BETTER RUG than the SYRMA RUG. at the Same Price.  Tbt CitixcBM of Alton awl Vicinity are t’ordixily I Bilked lo Gall and Kxamina these RUGS. I arn »ol afraid of an IoapaBliaa Bf thair Quality.  A. J. HOWELI  Jtai  rn no usee /wo bulb  11.0V $!j.» IO |7S  TI ROW ASiDR YOUR FURL RATHI# AVD INTUIT IN  liaM Stoves anil Ranges.  Builders’ Hardware a Speciality. I have the Finest Line of Carpenter s Tools in th^City.  Granite and Japanned Van. A. L. Floss  Third Street, opp. Belle, Telephone ti.  rn  I am db* recaiviug a I arg* and vade I vUck af Clat ha. Mi all (ha prevailing atiadoa, for Spring KuiU, which I am prepared lo ta*ka ap la  Most  [tlX. JLd^T**! es,  GUARANTRKING  TI,# Kvaagelleal Cosh  8nxrtDXiA, I*-, March 8.—Bar R-.faa ,-iugh, of Ohio, ai! I  Parted s in tnt-r of t’m advteory eot*n*dv  tee: R /. A. M Ut irk. A C Lrcyfoc t and F t. r K* Un)#, w ee elaeia I tm*-*##* of Hic -Brtiayffc'd wudasry at th# morn -)/’* toss on af the F -mufe'bml cortfarane#. Ii. U,-* *‘b  r * J tmoo memorial •crvbaa waru I .*W <#i ilia I .tenth* at revaraud aaaii#ira,  aff by the __  Th* First Steak af America# Ttau  l’mnmo, Pa., Marah A—Tho flt-at btocB of Un prmlnoad Cron an America* Un mine, he* niched FUtsbnrg Th# bteek of tan weighs twenty five pooxd*, sad waswieu from a Un isposit m/mr Harwxwa, B. D.,  bv tbaO.cteSataltao-mimny It bm b##n  auBilnsd by experts, who prwoonmw it aa-  artteat    ^____  Feilav* af a OhsetaeaN Mite  Cia* IVR sir, March A— A rmsffvnr ha* baun appointed for th# firm af Bstnech# k  Hocriicr ft:reign wxchaag* ami paawiurcr  ggaiiU *t Eitfita told Vin* streets. LiabiU-Has, HMD >: stotex •»,(».  Alt «yu»c» et Ria 4# J soc I re.  New Yonx, U«r'» 6 -Ctapt. Davis# af Us-Bnttab steamship Ho.Um, whim anteed at thiv port Monday r. porta all quite st Alo d* Janeir o, wbano* th* vsaaal salted on Iteh, ft.  A Perfect Fit  Reasonable Rates and  Complete Satisfaction.  H. C. G. Moritz, 112 Third st.  ll. A. 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Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!

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Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 155+ million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 155+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

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