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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - March 19, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALTON  —    ***    I  Mo’t Terrible Catastrophe at Indianapolis.  COLLAPSE OF A LARGE BUILDING.  Dr. J. W. Enos' Sanitarium,  ALTON, ILL.  na WOS MHOWX** that he has e*UbIi#hod in a building purchased for the !*■ ^    purpose a SANITARIUM for the  TBRiTlEHT OF ILL CURABLE DISEASES.  BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL.  Hto experience during many year* ha* convinced him that all diaeaeee mu be managed more sueceMfully in an institution of thi* kind, under the   .____,    ,    J    *L«    ni<4    a#    rn    uu    na    nrtf    fit    h    AP*  ITrMtant~BUt>ervision of the physician, and with the aid of means not other wit* ai command, than when the patient# are seen by their medical advisers  st laterals of several hoar# or day#.  ’nie position of the SANITARIUM ii high, and the surrounding are^ fret  Bom all noxiou# influence#. It is readily reached by the Second street horse ears, and I# near the Union Depot.  s, and is near Ute union Depot.  He building I# large, and arrangement# are aa perfect a* Is possible from  *      1 -----Ad th------- - ----  a knowledge of sanitary oolonce and the requirement# of #uch an institution, ■lectridty in all its forms; Oxygen and its compound#; Batton Douches,  Hwag*, Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided as may lie    P*'  ‘ oth«  •sate, ta addition to such OU, or treatment as may be deemed advisable.  A LARGE SOLARIUM  For Sod Bath* iud neldn In oold Md I ticlcnxnt weal ii or, .to., Ii provided.  Bach patient i# thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, aud receives his My personal attention.  Now Open  FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS.  For further information addr*** Dr. ENOS at the SANITARIA, comer el George and Third eta., Alton, III.  Children Cry for Pitcher’s Castorin^  RESOLUTIONS  UNANIMOUSLY ADOPTED  By Ie Good Citizens cf Alii ii Vicinity Ming Hacipin and Jersey Conties.  WHEREAS, It has Pleased hit* Royal Nibs,  To remain with the. Good. *»«•»«* this  irumiii tv 11 u ann UVV.. • -r  Vicinity “FOR LO!” thew'.Many'Years altoi (  Inaugurating a System of Small I rout, Sharp Competition. Be It therefore,  . RESOLVED, That we Uonault osr Own Interest*, when la Need ol^ .^V.Vvicii i\(j CLOTHING, BtKlTS. SHOES, FURNISH IN'  and DRY GOODS, to Call on  THE GLOBE.  A acor* of Gallant Firemen Hurled In the Deliria- Ten of Them Killed tint* right and vevwal Badly IwJ«red- Willing Hand* at the Work of Re.* ne- A Kw>nc ut the Vt ll deal Confusion When the Accident Occurred.  I sdiak nm us, March IU.—While n lire wa* iu progress Moulin/ afternoon in the four*etory blink »trucluif occupied hy th* Bowen ft Merrill comjAtiy a* a book and pap, r .tore a number al firemen were sent bito the venom, floor* to fight the flames,  The bks* had b eu raging for tome tim* when Fir* Chief Dougherty, who •u)>poned that the walla were in good condition, rent a dorm ar more men to the roof to work their way down to the Urn. They ranged to maul vc* along * the weat aide, but had h Hilly gotten in pos.tteo with the boce when the went wall carol in and the wall began to sink. One men was teen to throw up his amia and dtsapp ar; then another and another were aeen to sink from sight  From the Hoof ta the Batement.  T-.s retnainin ; firemen sought to escape to the building en** al the burning structure, but tile roof gave way under their feet and wont down, rib bing Hums man and urushiol the Mio out ai them on the floor below,  The wright of th# toot cautel the upper floor to give way, an I Die eon* I tined maw carried the next two fioora bito the basement Cept. M<G.nills, Fred Brurantti and William Re suer wa* in the fourth story when the er»*h came, but happened to be nearer tile windows than their romponUms. M.Oiimto was burial down the stairway an I was re-r ous'y In jure I, bot Kaaaaer an I Brummer dash *•! through Hie falling timbal* and dd.rta ami made th lr escape fro n the win-d >wa, the former having a ab* rnIder dislo-e its I, but lh# latter • weeping unhurt Aa Camanageahle Crowd.  As soon ne tile floor* full ta tbs Immense crowd bloke over th) ropes and surrounded th * building amt a scene of the greater! cun-fusion ensu-«( Th# pollee were powerless to keep beck the crowd, and tit* firemen were for a ti tire un man lied by the rotatropb*. They were brought into activity hy the crim of a man on sn adjoining roof who .wine forward and shouted to those below: “For Old's soke, throw water Into the w indows! Twenty men are buried there!" Tin* soso* on Umi heap of wreckage immediately after the collapse was terr!Ma The limbs of men wet* seen writhing hero sad there, while the trunk* to which they belonged went buried from sight A Inditer lay across three men sad wa* weighed down by tons of br lek* and timber*.  St llllag Hand* ta th* Resea*.  Another poor fellow, beyond all pain, lay c<oee irekte hi* fallow*, a teapekws ami mortal mass The ladder lay acm** the stomach of another man, who wa* screaming with agony. As fast ae willing hands could burl sway th.- bricks the weight wa* removed, lait the ladder was too firmly hah! to yield. The man with a broken anti was dr ogre. I fro* ami carted away. Uniter him, mute but breathing, appeared the upturned face of a poor fallow not seen bater*. The mortar and dust were cleared from bls Ups, lait he was Vrted so deeply lf.At no Im-OMsltete ba p could come to him. On all at,Im black* ne! and bleeding face#, distorted with agony or dreadful ta death, urged the crowd who had scaled th* heap to redoubted effort*. The debris had fallen so that It lay with a valley shaped surface, and this mad* the available spat* for work very small. Carrying Get th* Dead and Injured-On* by on* the men nearest the surface were *xtri<*atcd, but a the waken weal down furl: a they discovered new victims and th# horror Beadily grew. The forward cart of the building still Mood high and burning lh rooty and threatened every moment to fall down and bury th# rescuer*, but they gave so b«ed to th* peril. As fast as the nil ti at work I lemma •uhaustil -there stood ready and ai tx hmm to fill their places, so that then* aw bo! a moment <»f delay ta th# labor of relief. As the wourdad were carried out of the ruins they were met with embraces and tears of Joy, but "hun tbs lifeteas forms were borne away th* full sadncas and horror of tho calamity came upon the waiting crowd.  Seeking for Musing Relative*.  Owing to the in leone beat in the Im I kl tag and th* gri-at amount of debris which co#* grad the killed so l iajured the work of i*e-rue wa caried en very slowly, ami it aw.matt hour* between the recovery of bod-tre, when ifsUy but s few moment* had e aieetl TV* news of th* dilater spread overthe city and th# crowd around the bull ling Im "Teased to thouoada, among in.-in being man, wonton and children whoa relative* wet* to the deliria lh* wiva ami chlldrru of th# firemen went among the workm. n **ktag *«»    baband# cr  parent** aul presenting a most pitiable «|wo-  SSlfe    ^  on* Man’s Ksoeriewee.  Kb ort iv after midnight th* earthing party d I-covered a n.ea ut th- ruins, and. sa atar*# nam had fata* acrom his ta«ly, ta ;!iTtn«wb.t protect from the total of brick an I stoa# Umt cam* down with Uke wslL Ho wa pinioned to tie ground, 1*8 wet. bt upon bim wa not strong enough to crush out kl* Hr He timid nm L. r«,, heil howeva. an actual rf the pita rf stuff 'net wa above bim, sod life would aurei/ b ex?tact latere ta could ta reused ii be ’.id uut r c-dve soom bodily strength.  A |-.u wr devtoe w*su«irtMi !«. A lute I fer ini* wa lowered to toe unfortunate mu t mouth, and ta this manner ta wasted with whisky. For over fourte- ii Un im Uy rn Ut. dangerous patetaa. At tatervali ! of a t*a!f hour Ute man wa# »*»•» *  lll M* whisky through Ita tula, end ta wa Mf ta bear up adit he wa rebate ll wa IM# o'clock in the morning when ta wa* taken from the ruin*, and a cheer wa! up Inna tile crowd When »Vy #*w that ta wa# alive ad would probably live.  The Lie* et Dead-The Mat cf dead, a fa a known at this Andrew O. Charry, rn  Over a Dam, Under the Wheel# of a Mill and Beneath the lee.  Munthsal, k,oa.. March IO. —James Burbank, owner rf the grutml.I at Msw«»wlppi, situated on th* lake af the same nam* , had a miraculous ascape from death Friday afternoon, He wa cutting Ice on the milk ponil when suddenly the cake on which ta stood took# away from th# rent, ami ta wits swept toward the dam ’did yards below. His comjianious OU th# pond were unable to render any sstestane#. Just a the Ic* cake toppled over the thirty-foot dam Burbank jumped. Ait -r a terrific vt rug* ie with ta* rushing waters ta succeeded in grasping the edge of the timber# rf the dam Burbank ching there with the deeper*lion rf despair. It wa simply a test rf endurance Per half an hour ta maintains! his terrible prwlttoa on the cdg* of the falls, tat then, benumbed with cold, tho nails awl Aah torn from his b«n> by the rushing water*, he wa fore d to let go, and wa swept under the revolving wheels of the milk sud co under th# la ta the river Indow.  lit #f (l^ii flit I rflfl i  At this tin rn Glo villager* who stood on the river tank, both balow and above th* mill, gave up all hope of sv.r awing Herb ink agate Great wa there trop rte# to sa 1dm appear in an opening ta Ute river Sealy a quarter rf a mile balow th* mill and cling to th# tee at th* <*dge. t*«T*l of the men at once ran to his adatom, ani Burbank wa dragged from tbs riser mans! bl* but still alive after hi* terrible journey. Bur bank stat** that, although oui/ a few seconds el* peed from the time ta Int go until ta wa r ecited, sttli every action rf hie life pea si through bls brain like a panorama, awl his pawn ga under th* ta* samuel to taro lastad for agas.  He Resigns the Chancelled ship of the German Empire.  Building Lots  MUCH EXCITEMENT OVER THE NEWS.  IA Humor That AH th# Minuter* and Their Colleague* Has* Ala Resigned— A I'nMyel That th# English Rtrlkl g Coal Miner* Will He Granted their Demand* hy lh# Re****—The Dock Laher-cr* Not No I ertenate.  FXS! IX, Mirth I® —it Wat- rtatcd Monday evenin'! that both Prince GU march ani Count Hertort Bismar dk ha I rssignad and that the eiop ror hoi accepted th# resigu*-tfirn of the o loneellor.  Th* erajwror ha accept*! Prince Bismarck's ro-i^natkm rf the chiutcvllurteip. The t resent cllffriwmw betwixt the t m para and Prince Bismack ar .act from ita chancellor’* ref uaal to acce ie to a req wet  HE JUMPED A CLAIM  a Dom af  And HU Enemies Gave Him  Giant I’oader.  BUTTS, MouuL, Mach I® —An attempt wa mw ie here to take th* life of J, V. Wk id  more by blowing him up with gatat powder. Mkt. I ...ore tat tali jumped a claim and built a cabin, which ta now uocuphss Ha wa absent from the cabin a few minute# Monday morning and wha ta again entered sn sap (oaten took place, which knocked him san-dm kilted dog, knocked a bole through the roof and floor of the cabin, and shattered things generally. Mkt J. aura’s fare wa tee*, rated by two place* of iron, on# rf hi- tags wa a maw. rf wounds, snit the otter wa also Injured. It la supposed an enemy put a can rf giant powder in the cahill during flki-lbiore’s temporary a Urn ce and Ugh tai a Ina.  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 k Sixth, 60x120, $500. Higbiand Parlt.  One Hundred Lots ranging in size from fifty feet front to one hundred feet and thirtyffront, all very deep. Prices from $50 to$500, on terms to suit purchasers,  One of the nicest residence plats in Alton.  Over IOO IIousos and Lots in different parts of Hie city. Call and see list.  IO Belle stat  ALWAYS AHEAD  Ch ar#*# with Grand La rec ny.  IL >c MENT ca, ll. Y., March I®.—Es City Treasurer John A. Davta, rf this city, Is under arrest At about • •‘dock ta the afternoon Htarlff Hodgson received the lieute warrant on the scaled indictment found by the grand Jury. Davis ta charged .n the indirt men t with grand loony la the find degree ta wrongfully using the Min of ti*),-777. IS of m»n*y belonging to the city rf Rochester for hi* own purproro Dona, who had been sluing ta th# iter. IT• otikw fur two hours before Ute grand Jury reported, took the matter very coolly, and Maid ta had expected the Iud ct mein and Ital wa what be ta, I iv em to the sheriff’* office fur H# wa admitted lo bail ta the wan rf 910,000. furnishing six bnodaman.  mix CX BISK SUCK mad# by Dr. Windthorst, the leader rf the Clerical party ta ti rmany, to restore to th* Duke rf Cumberland the c Almont rf the threw of Hanover, the Urg-r pud rf the Om lid. fund.  T# IuwmiI lli«w«,vk.  Th* report is repented I .at th-, emperor prop*.a to appoint ©rn. Von O-privt, who Is now com im, adar of ita troth army corpn, to the chase -Ibu-MUp  When Ila? public worship cellmate cutwe up fur tUciUMiua ta the ow«w te.mw of the I’ruwian db*. Dr. WuidVtoorst sal I it hi I linen bb intent! rn to rcVl -w th • psdU.m U Catholic, ta Prut# a, but ti.at ta won d d»-alat, owing G> th* unemb.inty rf the pm lieu I Mina lion  AG the n». inhere of the Prussian ministry resigned st t m aine time that Prince Bismarck tenured hi* resignation.  With tim aim of Leading in my Line of Busine** I have Received a Largo Stock of  BYZANTINE RUGS  A Celebrate# lew* Cee*.  Bmus CITY, Iowa, March I®. —A deciaMi advene to the plaintiffs wa rendered by Judge Wakefield ta the celebrated ma rf Ba<i.n against ('baa and others The euR wa brought to sri said# th# tUte to over $l,00t),OOO worth of land, a good portion rf It betag tastdr the city halts- The land* were told ta PMO by th* duly appointed administrator rf M»»« Haena, wha widow I wing* till# sui! The claim to the lan-te is made upon the ground that there wa * defat ta tbs appointe***** rf ti* administrator, but the court bold# otherwise TV (Winton will greatiy co hanoi the rah#* rf fit. ii x City aneurin*# bald ta th* aa*.  A Warning to Algae* Dealer*.  Boxm TUM, Mb.. March I®,—Th* tallowing anatira*! Hem apparel ta Th* Farmington Demo arati •To the Hquor .tenter* rf fhrmtaftoni An organisation ta* baa rftactnd among ta women rf the City wbroc |Mirpna ti to (ta ■troy all Intoxicating tiq*um Tbi# ta, ttart-fore, to warn you that an immediate retention rf the ole rf Gqwoc and a removal rf your stock to otter parte la jmr only show to av* yourself front aartote Im* Th* U-di« will bagio theta prayer luretla** next Munday croolng, and a anon afterward# a they taio It *xj-tauI 'tar elf! proeal to pay theta reepect* to the aawteM- *  The Mew* at Lm4m.  Loknow, March Ii—Tin banker* tare have dla;«tota* from ttair agent* in B *r I ta alluring them that th* report rf Prince Ho marck'i r tignatiou ta true Whether the emjieror ha •o.-ej.wl it ta Bill a matter rf doulA, There ta tatoo*, excitement on the Bertie tantras over the «n«t* Evaythimi will be ta ampenae until a ttefinit* *iu»«>u. u-msnt ie mein A runvw com a from tar Ii ti that ta consequence rf the re* gnatluu rf Bieiuerck all th* tu'uietua ani tbe.r col tog ore hevt rregned.  The Latest in he Market, in ill Sizes and Colors, A FINER AND BLTTER RUG than the SYRMA RUG, at tha Sam? Price.  The Citizea* of Alton nod VlelnitT or# Cordifllly Invited to t’#U and Hxftmine those RUGS- I im not afraid of an Itu)pf«lion of their Quality.  A. J. HOW]  WF* TOD MDS MO IU>8 iso* I IO.*, to 975 oo.  THE MEN WILL WIN.  J* MNNNI %  Out It>t»Ii af (Ii# Or#At Mlnrr** Sinh* ta I ugland.  LoXDov, March I®.—The outlook fur vlotury for lh* striking mta^re grow-* more favorably hourly. It took* now a if the mm would surely wtn. Many more rf the min* owner* ta Itrfttagtvasnehir# and Iteacn-ahlre bare ruocsdel lh* danand* of tb# ate The feeing ta growing that the wfll reftea to meet on Thursday tta oum-mtttoe rf toto* owner* appointed for th# purpose rf c>nfwr ring with the mao and ad jutting titer dlffbren<vM. It ta tad bv,rf the m«ti will instal on their demands ta fall TK* Deek Utertr. Ste lh*.  The strike of th* Liverpool d«*h laborers on the rfha hand alto* a sign* rf collapsing. Tbs lauders rf the Artha have lost coo tm* rf th* mao, and rh* tatter are very much dta-jMwed K* arbttrate Jfew hands ar* arriving at a repel ret*.  THROW An!DU YOUR FURL KATER?! AHD INVENT IN  WM  Two tai* #tw4*ate Drown#*#. Havkm, Ooun, Mareh I®.—Th#  b^n— rf two Yaks atadenta, Rd win Bown, Jr. a assai ba rf th* Banter setae ttflc claw, add Dana. Xeunaa, a mnml«a rf th* fraternal! aetantific ciaaa, war* wateed aahree at Rat Haven MunAte. tiundny murntox they hired a small all bote and went to Milford, eight mile* down the aouad They uteri*-1 for home against a strutt* wind aul a b.-avy wet They maaagwl to xrerk apio tv rotrnuc* to thi* ba bur.  aud Ow young mm woe thrown tate water and both drowned.  Ft gee*, abate at Oread Cree*!#*  Chi*, aoo, March I®.—TV world’s team ptoa utpAootsn, aompuewi of five rf th* Irodtag eltoU of tv weet aud five from tin ate shot a match at Anlaut.’* park, ©ran i i ruaeiug. Monday, VV esteem nae win-Ding by a score rf WM to Ilk Tbi* mrfuw tv catan tam aren raca ahead Bach ai, -hut at thirty eta*!** ant tao douhta*. TV highest tour*-thirty-ates Wrdo-wat ma«|r> by 'Vuteeoeroft, rf th* satori, v La tor ta IV day VV ea’eni nod wertan tom shot a matoU rf IOO tarde with a team rf OMk reg, .aa, ai^1 kiltad m to rf by tbs tatter.  A Tut* af OwwAdeaee.  Pa ai a, March Ut—TV auaouneMfwat ta IV chamVr rf deputise of tv j»l cy pro p.aet to V pureurf by M. De Freychwd't tu11iUtry wa grertwi with applause M. Leon May, IV ireder rf th., mml -ratw Republica twin the eh* in ba, pruintad the suj>-P«wt of his frtotuh h. A LU ml ex Cutten of tv poitey outlined by the new min btry TV cheniller rf .tenuto* then, by a vote rf •W to th, apr awd tis era mete.  Builders' Hardware a Speciality. I have the Finest Line of Carpenter's Tools in thr«City.  i ooofidsnce ta IV gov-  br&niis and Japaad fan. A. Ll. Floss  To Succeed deerph ltlgger.  IH’bus, Matte I®.-Mr. Vary Knox, aa mega Protestant, reoomoModei by Mr. Parnsll to IV e'.ootors rf Ue* west division rf urn County Os van, wa Tarot ay a by th# conv -n'ten rf that co##*Gurney to ^^.^t tv tate member rf pc rile men I, J wepb ©. ftlgga  Thi r d Street, opp. Belle. Telephone ll.  AND BK IT FURTHER  HEADLY RD, Thbt in order to keep kb lU^AL    ™  fitiktU tonger to# btl of u# agree to ##t^ ® ur 1     j.gich^,    and  A- HILDEBRAND, for ell their Good (.©od# at L Btot g Copy of thi# be aent to THE GLOBK.  gear, is a frf'ewst Andrw* 0 Chsrvy, rn partntoodvot rf tV lr* starm tetograpb ©eurg* Fs.-lkaa, wigiuar ^Jcmpany I, min-.tied ta IV rutas; Kspf KUirma. pip*-Ln engtae Company I. .UG ta rotas;  I*,* r.  A a iii lei rutui. V U"* witiiMYj HZ Co lately rimrr ft Woudnj.  rf... [im n engine Company 3. toorg* A  RS n,-.-    ^55^25  TH* Childre* War* Op pored a It.  ©f na WOOP. Sown, Mote tt- »*nm thus ago a willow rf this plant. Mr* Bi- hafdaob, In co odder* tiff rf 9®,w» owntawttod to marry David timotek. rf Kilrer City, Bm arite agtre*ng to to-wijap his pn^sriy a# ■Bounty TV teUdree rf tuwrtek ut|uia«*i tbs exerotion rf tee mwtgsg*. and mm ask « BuardUui V apjoiuV# f«r tV’.r fteVr.otaiming that V is arf rf aouad mind. TV em- is now betag trto! ta Jodg* thrum's <vart and is nUrwtio* V tittie #«ton non Emcrick b a, .dd wttV ta Mills , county and Vs contidernbl* j»ropaiy.  A DcfWaittBf FU*** Lawyer.  Loa nu 5 March I®.—Herr Murk brett#, A prusuitKXit lawyer rf Vkrana, ha bee* die-rovers to be a del miter w. IVamouat rf fib* OU® TV pi I * sr* after aim, hut thro far V bas rfwd ri arest, sod it rn thuugfat n.ftt be ha fire I th-- wi.ntry.  Dtoewvay I* Fhetogrephy.  Viixxt March I®.—It L *uu« *r»rol that a t-h. uncr-pVr aanied Vi mw*, in K.auaa-tri fr, Irenxylvanta, ha ...trended tot taking a p.iutugreph ta natural mi hub  OUR NEW STOCK IS NOW NEARLY COMPLETE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES  rifiXy  I    a    tpecia  •M keep , ( tisluutly__  sand a moi pi* ti* sto». HakaiMi  ffi ALTON ii  -rn ati a    —  BeDftirinr BTU  Committee-  Hoffman, pijams  teeny Veta, iiook snd Vt.tor (•tipuMj Thomas Biaih, trackman hook sad tadda Comunity & TV tajursd n urn ba eighteen. Tim to* ^originated ta IV bow mat from  tim fumer.-, tail in what mansi f to sot  toewa.    fttJ'iMRPYi mr* n&o »W| rtfatUsu  ftaa wa Sttppfiad to V ta «•-< o trfitmn.  J. M. Fatts-r, tv dnfaulttag tresrorer rf miry rouuty, K«i:#s#, V- ta rn rrieaste on |i,<&baU.  Th* it**!* t oaH-Martlal  Can am.. Ms rte ll-TV rourtomatud rf Umt F. M Bteeta la bi# action ta the aorf Private lull P Wild uabvsuud at noon in H*t»ay D. LVte «tori* arrtrol ti th! TM- ic tV rn ruin* r*gi#t»r*1 at IV I> taud. sn ! ibl^t at ©•** CrtsA's Iwad-  St i • in til* I’uluiian t-auding H# to * looking man, atamt ‘.ft yrent old, witli smuoth-xiuveti lace.  »H|>erlttUa#eal et the keala Asylum.  Tot.sou, ©bs*. Mate ti.—(ten. Chark* U Young, rf Totado, ha been app* ’.-rod by (k>v*rni-r CtonpU ii, super ii* ti taut rf th* Obto arfdleiV ai* i saUrf*’ orphan a-iytati a* tmift ©amant Y hi;* V rewlt *t n. Te-mao* years awd ta prxoniDCMt ta hstito MMB aa# Grand Army areito, win I* hi* wit*, Un. Cora Day Young ta weti-h-mwo throughout IV state in c nneeuoo wuth Ute Wuaaen** ReHwf »>rp» A)-'te !,&►* *■*>**'*«»• ar* I ***l*d el tit# home, whl h ta eta* rf tit* Mot important tearitahte Irotftotteo* ti the  New Carpets and Oil Cloths, Rugs, Wall Paper and Window Shades. Lace Curtains, Poles. Chains and Upholstering Material.  fiflted •* th* Rail.  Ana lax d, WI*,, March I®.-Frank Atkeu, a brakeatau. IT years old. #mp oysd on tim I Wtasoosta Caotra), wa kiltad at GI I,bien. TV rn'irs trets i**>ed ova his Iwdy, cutting it in two. iii. MW tote -a* shipped I* hts m(4*wr at Arg/ta abd will V buro! soda tv suspire* rf IV Anc tab! Ordo of Uuttod Workmen, rf wtdrk V wa *-  lei Desips, Dei Goods. M Cut Prices  W# Reopeotfully Invlt# th# Publto to call and Subunit# our L#rgo Stock.  A. HEERMANN.   

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