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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - March 21, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 TTT., .    -    _     s     ,    ,,     r ,  :tm?■ *&W9" : '  - - f ■'’ '■' :,' •    ■    -•    ^. ,: V'    V‘*    V    ’-"■XC^sTl    .:'    *’  I "J  TELEGR  ....,\    -I  V  ■•V*>*  >*<  ALTON. ILL.. FRIDAY EVENING, MARCU 21. 1890.  .  '  .1  y-.tS  NO. 237  Filii FOK JI,OOO,OOO.  I 1   a1  Big New York Dry Goods Firm Goes Under.  A STATEMENT BY THE ASSIGNEE.  ASSAULTED THE TURNKEY.  U«pi*r»l«  Dr. J. W. Enos’ Sanitarium,  ILL.  ALTON,  » *» MMooooe.    sir* pM ,or  *•  MYM! OF ULI CURABLE DISEASES.  BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL  i .merienoe during many Tears has convinced him thai all  di » ea f®* <1 more successfully in nn institution of this kind, under the  the7h^'icr*n; and VU* »• fit* of means not other-JJJtfonmmand, than when the patient* are aeon by their medical advisers  *• hi«b, andt h ® . gu  J*  u n f V  h  or se *0*11 noxious Influences. It Is readily reached by the Second street horse  fftar^?m!JTran r ments are as perfect as ■ knowledge of sanitary soienoe and tile requirements of such an Inatitut o .  llsctru ily in all its forms J Oxygen and ifca compounds; Baths,  r) V“ oh ®*» Iftwwv* Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided as may be wffjredjy pa-addition to such other treatment aa may be deemed advisable.  A LARGE SOLARIUM  feta aa. .od •»«<« t°.CM.n.i to  ■ach patient is thoroughly lr penoual attention.  examined by Dr. Enos,  Me Claim* That the Creditor# Cam Mala  the HwipanalM Only Temporary lf They Ara *u Inellne I—Th* I'*!*** of the Collut* *e Att * I* u ted to Orerail-I'tncai end lit pre«tati<m tn Tala* of Good*—K?* Torh Note* of Interrat.  Nxw Youk, March 21.—Tho announcement of the failure of tta tdg dry gunite bothie of John F Plummer & Co , H45 and 847 Broadway, mated a Mg oiwttion among the trade in this city. Corning so ckw Iv upon the failure of liar bi* *n Si I-star inst week the elf jct wa* even more pronounced The employee of the Arm Aret h erd of Ute failure about noon. A little later It wa* known on the a treat that Mr. Jehu P. Plummer bed made en Individual atta Arm aranrnm-nt for tbs benefit of the firm s creditors to Jeremiah P, Murphy, the firm’s cashier The firm ie comp, wed of John P Plummer, Albert T. Plummer, and Vt ill-iam M. Darling. The only pri ferwnce made wee one in favor of Evarts, Choate Si Beaman for pi,IWC.  The Assignee's Statement.  In the statement made by Mr. Murphy, the assignee, he said that he hoped that the firm's liabilities would not prove to be much over #1,CCO,OOO. The assignee said further: “The assignment kl due principally to depreciation in the value of the goods the firm had on hud and which they bad been carrying for some time When they realised the position they were in they made every effort to go on, but found It was imp eel hie, and so they made an tueigbnnient, Mr. Plummer is the iieraontfloatiou of honor and a competent busine** man. They hope tbs trouble w 111 be only temporary awl that they will be abb to continue.  It Lays with the Creditors.  “All the creditor* concerned can make the susprarton only temporary lf they deckle that the firm cm rrauma The liat *11 it ira are about fit,(IOO,ODO, at which amount **»,000 kl for borrowed money and the balance due to menufactur,ira and for trust money deposited arith the firm bj reletlvee awl fri. mU There I* not a great deal of this trust money, awl it I* a family matter principally. Th3 aswte nominally are a little larger than tile ItaMliMsa, The urate ccm •tat of outstanding account* iu*d uh hie real estate owned by John mer."  In the tnete the liabilities are reported to  be |1,1(W,(W0 and nominal assets at $1,200,* (WO. Tbs cause of the failure la attributed In the trade principally to overadvance*, chiefly in th ir satinet* plications arising Stoney Si Darling,  Plummer took.  rn VI I lf  Attempt at Jail Delivery at Kingston, Oat.  Kihohtos, Ont., March SI.—An emeute occurred in the Jail at Us ta place. While Turnkey Blair wa* In the corridor he was •truck over the heed with a ump by a convict who bad teen aet at aero!'bing the floor, Blair fell and was aet upon by terra* primmer*;, who kicked him into insensibility. Recuring the key* be carri *d, the prisoner* let loom* tw. nty other* Bito the corridor, but ae the door* were all locked on th# outside the 'onvide could md get out. They morel tbout the corridor Uke cagot tiger*, throwing thornedvra in a body against t he gates, but all to no avail. A eeeoad turnkey stood outside the Hula gate with a rev*liver and threatened to Minot through the Ism-*, but the prisoner* paid no attention to the threat tad cndeavortsi to wrench the door off its bingee.  Clara Up the Fight.  In a short time the police arrived and entered the Jail, when the convict* gave upend (ought refuge in their ceiba B -neath the ick In one faUow’e bel was found a key to the main gate, but it was of no use, cs all the boor* are kicked on tho outside. Blair has fix terrible wound* in bb bead, and it U thought he will die The men who committed theeaeault are Little, Powers awl Burna, who recently burglarised Bishop Lewis' louse and a few days later appeared at a fancy carnival dreseed in hi* recently tan ported ecclesiastical roles.  Oulu  Beautiful Girl Shoots self at Joliet.  Her-  HOUNDED TO DEATH BY A OAST ARD.  SIMI  mil Me  Th* Young Lady Mires a Hora*  doggy, Ort vee Up aud Mown lh* Street aud Vthn la Frau* of lh# Hotel Usa-rot- Draws u Keeolrer aud bhoots H*r-seU Through the Heart— A Touehlug Letter I* Her Parent*.  Jotirr, Ilia, March 21.—A »*rauttfnl young ;*ty tit I vin ; a ha.idsome black hora* bucked to a rtylteb-tonktng top bu :vy « aa notice I at aa early hour ta the evening dr!*'  Building Lots for Sale.  '•V  One  Corner Main anti 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. Higliland Park.. Hundred Lots ranging in size from fifty feet fnrat  log up and down Chicago street. W l«*never  to one hundred feet and thirtvlfront, all very deep. Price*  bow ber acknowledgement opposite tho opera bouw sn I near th* entrance to Hob-d Monroe the damsel was seen to rain ber hors* and atop. She theu leaned forward awl picked up a putobaard bn from the bottom of the votable, opened It, took oui a revolver, and with ad the oool-nean |* rad hie and without eny si int of ex  £T.';rE?tm "ETV!£\parts of tho city. Cull and see list.  air; eke rail forward in the buggy, and the  from $50 to$500, on terms to suit purchaser*.  One of the nicest residence plats in Alton.  Over KH) Housoh and Lots in different  I all torn  •ram* val* K Plum-  3\Tow Ouen  POR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS.  Fir further information addrtit Dr. ENOS it the SANITARIUM, George md Third it*., Alton, IU.  corner of  Children Cry for Pitcher’s Castorla.  accounts and com from the ok! finn of whose busine-*. John F.  THE INDIANAPOLIS HORROR.  Condition of u Women Whom  Husband la In the Halos.  Ii* DI ax a rut JU, March 21.—The boanl (rf inspector* ordered to examine the tail kl lug* on either tads of the ruin* of the Bowen Merrill building have deckled that the Wasson and Sloan blocks bara to be torn down and preparations ara being made to do so. The rear half of the Becker block yet stand log will be pulled down first, and it thought that when It fad* the Sloan bloc k will wabble also. Mayor Sullivan baa decided that all buildings supposed to batea shaky condition mud be in»(s‘ct«d that are found to ba unsafe will down.  Mrs- Weed ruff's A**l#ty.  It wa* deckled to watt uniU all pcwaiblU-Um of a wit ber accident had bec removed before renewing th* search for Fireman  Woodruff'* body. Woodruff* widow * tat a ■tate bordering on lama ty. She boff* up bravely under the new* of her husband’* death and requested that hie remain* lo brought home, rather than taken to tbs morgue. Ever since Tuesday n --ruing the heart broken woman bas watched, with--ut taking net, fo; tbs remain* of brr bu*’ ami When told early Thursday rn--ruing that a not h»-r budding had fallen over bkt tally, her anguish wa* heartrending. In ap 11 * the a I vice of loving friend* she continues ber watch for ber beloved  OTHER NEW YORK NEWS.  RESOLUTIONS  UNANIMOUSLY ADOPTED  Given 6 Cents Damages.  N*w Yoaff, March 2L—It look the Jury just three hour* to decide that Mias Isabella Brady the 5H-y**ar-oki spin*ter was entitled IO A cents tlamague from Thomas S. Mtsklll —whom -be wa* anxious to ii tarry -because he biel r fitseil to t&k»* her for t wife. bells bad sought to recover $10,000. Mlakiu denied ever having k--sci or made love to the bely. The spinster'* oourrsei said that “wig, tov* ago I* as nothing." and that the thrra y- ars of devotion on bar part to the one who bad rejected ber hawl she had been prevent-*-! from receiving the attention* of other*, end bad given MtaktU the benefit at bar society. ______  Br tie  Good Citizens of ill ani VicmilT Mil tmh and Jersey Counties.  WHEREAS, It has Pleased his Royal Mbs,  Night Restored Through Faith.  Nxw Yows, March 2L—During a weak®  of th Christian worker*’ convention In the  Gospel tai-crua-’ta at Eighth avenue and Forty*!our!., ‘treat Mw Md Benedict, of Lanaingborg, N. Y., who lw-1 be. a totally  bl) mi since last OcU>l*r, row- in her seat and  d.vlared that ber dgbt bad bnen inatantly rest-r-«L Rh* walked unaided to tho platform, where she gave her experience, declaring that she bad regained through faith. ____  her vision  Patrick t row* la Coart.  CMCAOO, March 21 -Patrick Crowa, the young man from Omaha, who two weeks agt) ran amuck In the Crest, awl after dangerously shooting two policemen only gave him-, lf up alien the cartridge* of hi* revolver were expend*-!, was brought before Justice Brad well Thursday morning. It was announced that Officer Emmet F Briscoe, one of Crowe’* victim*, was WA yet able to leer* bis bal, but that be was rapidly recovering, teat M. Idaville, tee oibor offl w who wa* »hot t  will loon In? Mul# to get oui The case wa* accordingly set for March 22, upon which date the prosecution expects to be able to go to trial.  revolver di o-|»p*d Into the street. Th* hora* inst-w-1 of being alarm -d at the report of the revolver turn d toward thv* curbing and stopped dlmtly In front of the Hotel Moo-  rue.  shot Through the Heart.  A number cif cilia-n* rubbed toward tie* buggy and one wa* Just in tim-* to catch the victim aa aha wee about to pitch head first into the street. Bbs was dep uted on a lounge ta th* botel ami a hasty .-i-imlna tion showed that aha wa* shot directly through tbs heart Just th-*n Mia* Amite Bent a ta, dau .-bt r of tim proprietor of tho hotel burst into the p irk a, ami attar giving one glance at the -Util girl. e«. ialmel. -It'* Jessie VVal’a" The exotism ut on tee street was inli-nae, an i a thou* ta I people soon throo"wl the »»fll • w of lh- hotel. A po ire matt stepped ap to the boggy, noticed the paste hoard I xix, opened it, ami found ffirr kl a ladies’ portmonnaie mid a letter the envelop* at which was al Ir.vetal a* f *l kl wa: “To mf dear once at hem**." Toe oftl- er drove tbs rig to pobm* Ix-nl-pKirter-mid turned the letter over to th* chi A of po Bec.  Aa lafameus Fvraeeutioa-  Mta* J ran ie Z Whit--, th dead girl, wa* rn daughter of Jame. R. WU e, who ba* Urn a reekbml of Ibi* city for mmiy year*, rassling on th* wet aide al ti kl N eb • • u air rat. Room three yuar* ago M -ai Jesd ■ *» -•• |wrva-outed by an unkn -wa pT*" i. wn-« wrtrt* slanderous letter* to her frlau-l. .in t admirer*. Every young geatl*in*ii that a»a-b» J -.-I*’* araiaaintance owtalred prom^if ere of th*** letters, of ab, a th- udtowtng rn u fair sample:  Data Atm “You will be the ranee of the death of .leads White I send y-N» * Lie U tter Iii I sick hand. I know yon re, an I have written to lier to day In your ban I,comp tminttef h,*r. ■ nil randtng her a Ital of p-toi.ied randy and a bon-J <:ct. I iaclom you a sample of ttaa I-no in the candy. It ta Hough on Bat*, ami ta In. •taut death. It serve* oar w< ll for alw la not morul. Mer death will be laid at year I  &  Bi Simi.  ii  ALWAYS) AHEAD  With  the aim of Leading iu my Line UnaincNB I have Received a Large Stock of  of  BYZANTINE RUGS  The Latest in he Market, in MI Sizes and Colirs, A FINER AND BETTER RUG than the SYRMA R jG, at the Samj PricA. 1   The Citixeag of Alton no-1 Vicinity ere C^rdUlly Invited lo dell end Kxemine theee RUGS. I em not afraid of en I dejection ef their Quality.  HOWELL  A.  A.  pie of this  JlClDliy "FU* UU I" jjWW.g^s vS5e^S  I na uu: u rail hic a Hystein of Small I *<  Bharp Coni|>etitlon. Bo It tho ref of *  ffo remain with th© Boo<t Vicinity “FOH LOI” then© Many Year® » ru   Ho Use to Kaa*a* Farmers  NKW Yomk, March it.—Before the tater ■tate commerce oomiutad,in hero David I ti iu bam, grain merchant, testified that rail rat-# on c-.rii were reaa-uabte A rwiucUon in rates would not increa-e the price obtainable b> the fanner,    paul C. Morton, late  with the Burlington road, now a coal dealer, testified that lower rates of freight are tau-practicable. He attributed tee farmer* to high tariff.    _     the die tram of  rata* of interest and the  Fire at th# Fullmaa Work a  Ch ic aho, March 21.-Th, fire departments at Pullman ami Englewood hail quite a hard battle with a fire tn rn ULE) o’clock until nearly « otekxA hi the morn big Flames broke out tai the b*nin*or abop of the Pullman car works at Pullman, aud before the blam was extinguished the Kidding aud contents were .lamagwl to tee exhmt of I**,-OOO Between MO and 400 men were employed aith# teop to prepare ail ti**™* that ta used in the rara manufactured at lMlIman. and all of th-** men ara throw* out of employflMtek It will he ism time bafora tee buf.dihg ran he replaced.  Minnie Madder* Married.  BBW Yoaff, Maroh 2L-Minnie Madden*, was married  His well-known Wedomday to Harrieon »r*y Fake, th* editor of The Drarnatto Mirror. The oera-   ny lo I pte o -t the    manor,  with only  few relatives aud immediate  friends m.wut Miss Ma.btern’* uukm with ta ber --od marriwHL Mr.  Mr Fisk* ta ber *e-t!nd morn Flake'* wife dial about a yi*ar ago.  Panic at a Hotel Fire.  N*w YtNHL March JI.—A fir# in tea Hotel Bristol. IT    Eleventh    street,  •■ariv tai the morning <"re*ted a panic among  the gu-'ta, men) of whom lied to th* street cUi m wry light appervl Th* fire wa*  extblf«tab.-d after a ba# of ffi.lAW wa*  cmtawl-    m  Prominent Del I for I aa Dead.  Ham FuAffcitaTJ, Marah 21.—Jndge John  (  B Hager died at tea boma in this city Wednesday morning. He wa* born tai New Jenwy in I HIS, but mo'etl to California in 1240 tine* which time he had beau a prominent figure in public affair* U *bta alate. Ha SU abated Judge Of tea dtateteleenrtof Hon FVauctafo la 1^ end tater wa- etaeted to the Unites! Hutto* rn* Ute to fill the unex-nirad term mused by tee r»adgf*nttaw of tee fi^Eu^Kil mtaHy. Judge H^r*. tast nut-dc offim was that of collector of lh# port ut Ban Frnncfeco, which ofltoe.be r—ignal n yrar aga  , RESOLVED, That we < ‘J" 8 ” 1 * M V <:.J,',k. Interests, when iu Need of ™SS«tSHlNG CLOTHING, ROOTS, shoes, FURNWHim  »nd DRY GOODS, to Call on  THE GLOBE.  AND BE IT FURTHER  Anti -Catholic Leetnrar atoned.  Yoke, Pa. March ti.-Mm Margaret Hheuberd of Barton, delivered antt-Gteholl* torture hera On leaving the hell, acorn-ponied by her husimud, *ii* was hit by a aum* thrown by Victor Hegrwr,  ■tunned and badly frightened Th# force of Hie stone waa br akan by a kno$ of ribbon on tasr bat. P< Beemen gave rhara to Benger, end one, after calling on him to atop with out effect, -bot bim, the ball bitting Mm in th* left able and ooming out near the heart It ta not known how aertooa the wound ta  Farasars* Wive* Organising. CurrKAUA. Itta, March 21.-A rail ha. been pnbltabwt for a meeting of the farm  ^ wives aud laughtore of this vicinity at the rent-lento of Judge ti Harvey for the purpose of organiatng the first Indies I sl Mutual B»u*ftt aaaoctattou of thu  state. They ara not eligible to membership in Ute farmers’ associate**, tail they propoaa to crganta* all ow the country, nnd wken j u ty few him bail he mil ^ state usasmbly tx-bv tx tea at lq* IfffMlf  lite Mteele Uewrl-Martlai.  CUICA-K), March ti In Hteeta court-Bu-rtud T*.ur-shy a written statement from  u- m tie* M rgrant Wrarith v aa rand tai wbi- ii ie* »taied thai Wild b-1 tote him he ha I s gru igea^sinai Lieut. Hferle ami would   1     *' en id lie wa* going  wanted to -van, U to xet all the money out of this i ww he could. ■ I.. ^.,,1 br 4 been in a dime museum la Miune->ta. ani wa* g» -ng  w ‘ exhibition ta  i bcago    _    _______  Dig Fire af Jacksonville. Fin.  Jai***d»VIW<», FU,  Mocks 4 building* ami Laa -uburb of  in Octohar they will knock for admiwton in ouch number ae to carry tin day  Th*  tan  RESOLVED, That in order to keep uUi Ii*AL  •whiii longer we  A HILDEBRAND, for all their Good  of thik he aentto 1‘HE GLOHE  Neigliltor*  of iii agree to Mud our - in «, fQt >n their Good (ioode at L  PRICES, »ud  Cill OF ALTON  Committee-  March ti- Two the F gin house ta this city, a-re de-•tr<- ‘I bt fire rarly in tie- atorniag. I-OSA 55»ta» Many of the tenant* ramped ta  their n ght. l-lhra No Bv- w.*-.- Irak lwrn-1 IwBdiwgv tael*te IJteeitoer*  m „n‘ ■•tor ani ware h-ue, J. k T Row dee's tnrkian bath rate bi item *»t and rtgbl eutttps laid-ira tea Mkt ^  t.llu-e.f - Hertgaxc Ta* Hlib APMAfvn in. Md, Mara I* SI —The tell for uxation of itofftga-f w * ae up to -be tm ti int rwi bng *mi fiovi passage Wed rn s tai aid i.rongbt ou alively fi-fbi. Tin- o| i-Ktaf •* ag the WI! ma le Ofter Agbt un the groan I ter*  u ‘ gag** -  e-<afal I av would  Tb* I I'- f*Ba I  Met W I) no pts ■ Up George Frnncls.  Mo - -1 ax a I-, March 2L-The I sundial. Pa effto Kailroad oompaay repudiates any eon unction WUh the ran-rprtaw cf Geiwgs Frames Train and the oiler found the world na-n. • ho rampant making nee cf if* JLr* ta MuUng the rraor<i lf they travel by th* Canadian Pacific they will -Jo so as ordinary aurang--'- When the new steemtelp- -I toe comma! take their plato* on th* Facjflc next y«ar. anybody wll. be abl# to brat toe record by a week or more tai tee ordinary oonrse of travel  if.  Mkuaam.  The Letter* *U»»i Uanse.  All the local n«we|»ajmin rocj-rte lefter directed ag iiurt toe young a ly by the sane pen»u an I In th# sa-no writing an I of simitar purport The tau re w.*ra alt turn-d  over to the auteoritot. an I tta» i-dira ami detective* wee* put on the watch I- r the scoundrel. Finally the -iwiteo of NI e Jara ale. David White, wa- tried in our circuli curt here, the r»*u!t being ttart be wax simply bound orar to keep tee praos. After the trial wa# over it was Mm**! by all th * friends of Mira White that h» would lr* left In MWO., but pear* oeVfff came to to- IV idle borne, for the p.-r*w uMng letters Mitt kip* ooming to hee, to ber people, to ad to young society g*otl«m«i ta town, and to all who cmikl possibly be taflueaeed ta any way by Ute epistles of lh# >* lon* IWV  Determined t# Kill Herself.  Th# victim and taw family wore con ■tenUy kept la a state of teer-r. letters were dr--pi-I na their doer rteps, shoved un-ter their doors, amt ta every way, tm th* young tad lea were afraid to go cwt of thrtr ta ana Finally Mies Jeran* waa ami away for a whih to the anet. but this dbl uot stoj. the villainous letter-wrluw who waa a-ajtfully i-ursuing th# brant Bul and -IU traded grl, and wIroii tbs detective# brought into requisition c^mbl not trap ta  m tur tora# year , at thU kin,! of tortura th poor huBted girl became so w-wn out ibai site could bear H no tonger laving ber si* tor* and taw parents pawn. na tel v. it was e struggta for ber to determlav to leave them ■imI cames them to tuff *r, but nerving herself ahs aal about making prepnratton-. ■ad suited bar exwteno- la the mannra described.  A Teaching Kplette.  The following la her tart letter to loved ones at home;  I)«ab Mothmh. afb ALL th* ItaAU Vtam At HuUU: I amli sd of life. and am rd Kl to Aau4 myself and dray tta- "irtter-sHI'i the ulrer irr af deing it. These J ran* arc tang eoougb to he tort ired hf Ida, and ib're are no arusa* t* of aay peace tar mr ra long ae I live; an-1 iuramucb aa he baa pr mtaed to take mf life I m*lh think be saran* bet new he mwr •hall; end lf he loon I any pteraura la torturing mc I betake will hea.Uvrted new; far Ma he* iftvt-a me to dvrtroy d-i    AU  I have I # Hay low In f*»r jf*»8 tw    mn*\ ti*  ■Ive me for tbs - l-'k«l a t I am al-mt to coaaadL Now dear folks, I tov# yea ■ll co d,a iy, I C aid u t if any «d fun sir, to be te k, f » ' rn. I want you all to think it is for teat I "btaild have Ibi* world fire* FU erst! tta se ta « rw»*rat»: Do no* bury me on a rainy day. tor I m'-r liked » rainy funeral Au, t rgox-c Mr. t h rn her tai a foe the andi-r-taker; ba> e th- ta v. Mr. • amp pcraub my fun' rn. •* mum at tta I; Kt-el ibnr, U. cl*-ira I tone! lev* knows what song* I want sung ■t rn, funeral. Have (ta fotomiag T-sne mea for nwll-brarera: Julios W mtpbal. Ftandd Mi.rn. Will White, NS Ui ruxto-^. Wlli Wi*rte and James ('alum I will now bld the wend ■tti all uf im* my tart n—bky  jKDii r Z. tv arni  Head reds View the Kernels*.  Amra the top n; the tatter wa* wrttten: sReturn rig to Hayiland’s." TW- rMV#ln|i# was a’, trowed. “To mr dear one* at ta Mua VV nile was bat 12 /rara of ege The rrmr- w ire viewed at the Hotel Muaru* by bundrads of frienda in th* evratag. and were finel y talon to the bom# of ta r pa-rents on NR*#*** ehrset where aa tnq will be beld.  WIX TOO (MDS AMO tut* taw iidte to |7Ijl  TUROW A»IDK YoUHfKUKL BATS HR ARR IMVlfFf IN  MHI Sloves anti Ranges.: :   Builders’ Hardware a Speciality. I have the Finest Line of Carpenter's Tools in thai City.'  Granite ani Japanned Vale. A. Ll. Floss  rn  Third Street, opp. Belle. Telephone M.  live  lbs tart  OUR  NEW STOCK IS NOW NEARLY CONIPtETE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.  New  the  h sfw  I IU • rn -iii • rin the martin pi/ to* t and this irk a herd* up to the p <*r p^-pta for want of a - or titutioual  majority by a rot * of if to At  K*prase Rebber* Arn»««-d.  M no* it I. a. Mont, March ii.—W. A Fakrt and C A tanrls, former empk»yra of th# Morttawn Pactfie exprem otto- et Brslnml  Mum . were arrested her- for robbing that  coin I**-ay at II VWO    * F * r  *fi°  1  “*  men have leu living tare about six mouths.  Aa epf I mie af maligm»<ii dip*them ba-eau-<■'I the iteath of ma.iy cblkiren in L*b-mar '-w-.rtup, near WI kmrar*, Pa. am la Rill urn h eked.  Carpets and Oil Cloths, Rugs, ana Window Shades, Lace tains. Poles, Chains and Uoholstaing Material.  Wall  Cur-  Paper  I  The Faaariwger Ageata.  tTtr uv Mxxinti. M r h JI.—Th* J Urnn Aramtattoo ut U-mx-AI Paaaeugar airt airt Ticket Agents met VVedaaaday. and by unanimous vote couftrnvrt tta election al gH'-n ta‘ki on th# tram, A- C. Michael, at the Mexican OwntraL be ug |*re*»d nt It WM v iUd to hoi I ta t it in-e*1 ta'in D*o-vrr, tap*, ii nexr. Jmu'.j railway mea mv# to* vi Hors a vr.iu '  1  *' q«< t last ulgbt, wk* real relict tout *p**-c ie# were made by both the visitor* and th* botte.  Sci Dis®, Dei GmiJs. W Prices  We IteiptotfuUy Invite th© Public to ©ail Md Examine  our La-go Stock.  A. HEERMANN.   

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