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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - March 25, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 AITON DAILY TELEGRAPH.  ♦ '  VOLUME -0  ALTON, ILL., TUESDAY EVENING, MAUCH 25. 1800.  NO. 240  —r—-*%  Sixty Feet of Water Looked for at Cincinnati.  MANY OF THE STREETS INUNDATED.  Dr. J. W. Enos' Sanitarium,  ALTON, ILL.  no HNOri annotaioeft that he haa established In a building purchased for the Dg. jftwvn a    purpose    a    SANITA R1UM for the  BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL.  Us sxperlence during many years has convinced him that all diseases ma be managed more successfully in an Institution of this kind, under the ai natant supervision of the physician, and with the ald of meaon not othor-trise st OO rn ma nd, than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers  it intervals of several hours or days.  The position of the SANITARIUM ta high, and the surrounding arattBK tom all noxious Influ. ices. It ta readily reached by the Second street horse  MV and is near the Union Depot.    ....  The building ta large, and arrangements are as perfect as is possible from sknowledge of sanitary acienoe ami the requirements of such an institution.  Elect riel ty In all its forms; Oxygen and its compounds; Baths, pouches, tofuur, Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided as may im required by pa* isnts, in addition to such other treatment as may be deemed advisable.  A LARGE SOLARIUM  for Bun Bath. and exercise In oold anil im 1 ,Ament weather, •>>, I. provided.  Bach patient ta thoroughly examined by Dr. bnos, and receives his tatty personal attention.  Now Open  FOR THS RECEPTION OF PATIENTS.  For further information addrest Dr. ENOS it the SANITARIUM, comer of George and Third its., Alton, III.  Children Cry for Pitcher’s Castor!®.  Milt In liar lit Un  til til h Hsl Til Od,  -THE CELEBRATED-  Jackson O or set  And Waist Combined.  - HAE—  NO EQUAL FOR HEALTH, GRACE AND FIT.  Price,SI and $1.2*.  every lady should have one.  NEW STYLES AND FABRICS IN  toss (Ms, Mils for to id Bow  MiUinery,  Boots aul Sloes. Bals aud Caps.  exceeded by  Hone in Quality and Price.  1I  -AT TUB  AS I-*«t Bepart# til* Rim Vt** Still Riling st th* Rat. et Two l»rh*» an Hour—Hallway Tr-ftte Greatly Inter* rusted—Level of * I jrrlon* In Soath f arolia#—i,,I People Kilted and Much Property Dent n»j»-d.  Ct vet VV ATI, March 25.—At IO o’clock in the morning the Ohio river meaeured fifty-nix foot ten inch**, and wa* Hiring at th* rate of two inches an bt>ur. Kveu with no in re rain a aixty-foot river aaetna inevitable, but with the cloudy sky and mild tempera* tore the out look for more rain put* a mort ■erknia aapect tm affair* along this mighty •lr. am. Within an hour It pained the high point of the flood of a few week* ago. Tba river ie riling at all pointe below Pittsburg.  There ie a modicum of aetiafaction In the fart that the Kanawa river ie failing both at II nton ami at Charleston, bat th# Littln Kanawha ie higher than aver known. Here the moat active work la in progrrae to remove gooda I rom the narrow atrip of the river front which is subject to overflow.  Little Damage to (trick Houses.  Ceilan have already been vacated, and Aret floor* in many houses will toon lie in-' vaded by the flood. The experience of I HHK, wlnu tho river reached *Jxty-*ix fed four Inches, and of    IMN, when    Uie highest    flood    j  ever known    measured    seventy-on#    feet  three-quarter inch, showe that very little damage may be expected to brick and tton# structure* in    Cincinnati    The few    that    J  (rambled then    have mace    been replaced by    |  more nu laten til! foun del Iona Of course all wooden Intr ling* must float but there , are o««i|>aratively few of these that are Within the fl od territory. Many families in th* tenement bouse* and cottage* along I the r.ver front will be compelled to go into \ up;or stories or vacate their quarters entirely. All the nitros is .-trapt the Chaa*- ; neakc amt Ohio and the Kentucky Central , have I «*n eompeUiid to abandon th# Central Colon depot, and to establish tempo-rar/ depots at pointe which can be reached.  Mill Creek valley is again a lake; and for the second time the gardener# And their spring work destroyed by the waler.  Aubnrbe Cut OS.  Railroad fright tralllc is greatly interrupted. Expresa good# will be carried, however, so king a* trains can (d within hauling distance In ta vt. th* neareet depot from the north wa# Lo How Grove and Chi atar park, which lariats were reached by conal boats. It ie not expected that such an arrangement will be n* cwwnry thl* t ime, lint all drp*a<h on the amount of rainfall within the next few days Covington and Hewjiort are cut off from the city now, so far aa a rest car traffic ie concerned. The ferries alw) arc obliged to ■top bacao o' they can not And landing poults Newp -rt suffers more tuna any nth *r rn I air b by fl wd* Quit* n large dis triet is already flood*) an i resident# are c unp iled to vacate their bounea  CYCLONE IN 80UTH CAROLINA  averral People Hilled and Murk Property I lest ro) od.  ('AMUKX, H. C.. March 28,-During a cy-rlone whi'h * wept over this aectioo of the state, Mr*, ll - arietta Easterling, who livre ten mile* cart of bere, wa* about to give ■ame md cine to bor sick daughter, when the cyclone * I ruck and demolish**! their bouw lira. Eaatenag wa* killed, but the daughter eecaped without serious injury. Th*- fury of the cyclone was principally felt in butter. Every house wa* shaken to its foundathm, roole were carried away, fences demolished ami tree* uprooted. Ida Ricliardsou was kilted by a falling bona*; ]«ro men, names unknown, were fatally in* ■arad and many person* were badly bruised aud cut Math lessen’# machinery depot wa* demolished and two large abel* of the Atlantic Coast Line railroad were blown down, while the Baptist church, the Jai), and a facto! y are badly damaged  Murk OaasBfc In I heater County.  Hic bridie* over Brood river, on the Hp*r-tanbtirg Union and Columbia railroad, aft Hhclt-m, was blown off the piers into the river an I completely demolished. An unknown man star. ting cm th * bridge wna ear* rind with It. in Cimeter c ooty Urn toroado dni itn-iit damage Bever*) .small vt]lag** arc alw) badly wrecked At Fcjgoawra the butch Reformed church and railroad depot were blown down. At Bl*, belock th* Academy building* were dettoyed aud several smaller structure# blown down. On# woman aud several cbqdron are reported  fatally injured.  A Town Kwept Away.  In Orangeburg county ru*oy wtre urn- ’fed. In Columbia tb" l*m<wm ventiiatm,' r -of of the .Ute pcmtei.uary was turn !rom it* J"-* 1  «* "t**’ 1  tbte* » down upon sn adjctuto* bu I bog A «we of omelet* narrowly a*c*]-*d d. a'h It te r*. Darted that th. town (rf l*r<-pertly baa besa SWC,., .way, but astite em* bedown notite ton can Is- learned Tom an 11warted tree# mark th-* path of th- steno, and it is feared thot mimeos* ame* * hoe been don*.  OTHER MISHAPS.  It .Kins Pralrl* Mr**  BCHUMOTO*, Colo.. March 35-Nearly gtiti od arr** rn the eastern portion of th# ■tat* have been burned over by prairie Ar*#, wincn arc t,-I - xUogulebed. A number st  tern - an I a large quantity *    "J  •mr I#1 I urued. Hrvsrml five* ar# britrrei  L have (wen lo*t,thou^ the  Is not i-onfirmed. Th* hr* wa* started by  ^"Jvwta. Kao., March ti-A I >r air ie fire  ie racing twenty mite# nortkeeet of here and h»s si reel V devaetated tea mike square,  Information, eighteen far.nte^.w. wUhjute  Uttkiiugs aal Other priori r, cauking a u.tal lose of over $3 O.W-i Several jwopln m ll lilting th# ire were **vw IJT tarnal  Hilled Ie * Hallway Wreck,  It. rrAXn. B. Y.. March 25 -An offletal report of th# wrack on the W friar* Baw York ami Pennsylvania railroad at ‘ -rtegw, miTad by G aer a1 Huperli.ten dent Bell, give* the following as a IM f Injured: r Riley, brakemai; U Fobaa, brakeman. Injured: F. J**** 1 ' ""‘"kwi’ eoe- uwkm of hmm, amy <Q#;  J  By*®***" m wiper, awksully; John Htont "’*1 J J. Wa. »er. .a tiaec a, araliad, not - riou- Vt. H Godfrey. conductor of accum modalMK, head kart and om* rib brok a, bo* earioua  and injuring R. J. Jameeoo, engineer, who  will probibly die. William Vane*, John McCauey and William Bulllvan were a1 gIdly injured. The cause of the accident is unknown. _______  The Hest of Th.rn Get ( aught.  Mii.w M ICEK, Win, March 25.-Broughton Roberta, one of the oldest passenger engin-e r# on the Chicago and North w, stern roil* filii, running let ween here and Food dn Lac, had bit right arm tom from its socket by being caught in the drive wheel. He died in twenty minute*.  SOHI  JI  Diphtheria Carrie* Off the Soldier-Statesman.  THE CLOSE OF AN EVENTFUL CAREER  Ne I it* rn.4 „ .. Ooiiestown.  PtTTMii HU, Pa., March left —A Johnstown sp.-etal say* Ow high water poaned »*ff without any particular damaga. The cold we*tiler now prevailing I* assurance that the danger point Ie pi wA Th * water was higher than at any time since th# great  flood.    _  Conflagration at Kearney, Neb. Kearney. Neb, March aft,-The Midway hotel and several launi ws houses bura**.! in i the morning. A tern bl# wind from the northwnst prevailed. Th# fire department ^ from Grand Island wee l-rought on a special train. Tho toe will probably exceed $130,   :  UUU      -  ARMY ANO NAVY CIRCLES.  They Are Mach Interested I* fk* Tbve* Court-Martials In Progress.  Warhinotor Citt, March SA— Army and navy affaire are receiving r-riou# ooo-| nitration here, att, nUoo bering directed to them by th* fact that there ar* now three court martials In progress, via.; Th* Steele-Wild earn in Chicago; th# McColl* co*# in Brooklyn, and th* Healy cam in Ban Fran dam la coch cote the commanding officer is being tried on chargee of unwarranted severity end enmity to those muter them. There May It* Another Gne.  It ie probable that the troubles la Rear Admiral Walker’s tqua>lr<« of evolution will result in a court of inquiry when tbs squadron returns to th* United Hts tea, anda court of Inquiry may ba ord wed in the cam of Ll -uU-naiit I.'oatman-tar Longnecker at Newport, KL Th facts that such a teat* of affairs et wu la attracting congressional attention, and resolutions of inquiry into the number of convictions of soldier* awl tailor* by court-martial will probably be offered in congree* this week.  sh* Mss "Ob the Marry."  Hurl RVVHX*. III., Marrh Sh—Mr*. Mary EL Rester, of this city, a . harming widow of 4ft summer*, ha* brought suit against rich old Zachariah Moors, of Dry Point township, for trench of promise Bet ore proposing to Mrs Roster, Eschar oh, who lea very cautious man and wanted to make no mistake, inquir-d of a neigh!**", “la Mr*. K frier on th* marryT. Til# net#Mot, not being advised of th* widow's views, told him to propose the question direct, TTite he did and wa* accepted, but now ha refuse* to toke her for tletter or for worse, The Jilted widow says her affections have bean wounded to the extent of IS.OOO.  He ii Blur Blair and Hie Nill.  Washixotoe citt, March 28.-Senator Blair s Wife told a frknd a few day* ago that abs dared not think of the effect upon Senator Blair if hi* educational Ull were defatted. Hi* whole min I haa batel en centered on R that fear* have been ex pr imed that it might give way. Senator Blair « «•-cen trio! ties have been increasing of late y.•anand he ha* become a monomaniac upon hit UIL He is convinced that there Is a conspiracy against him-a conspiracy among hts brother master-, to nod., and defeat him In every way, and a conspiracy of the press to harm him In every other pctnl-  bte way    _________  Wa* It wife Ma rd sr nod ftelrldef ArsriM, Mum. March JA-A frw days •inoe the house af Uus Carl, near Lansing, wa* burned and th* remain* of Carl and hi* wife WMW found in the ruins It was ’hen thought that th# couple had lust their live* by ar -idrtit, bul it ha* ahtoa been discovered that (terl h«d written a letter to a daughter who lived at a dtetanee. that lf aajthiag happened to Ua pot ai ta. she would flat o. insiders bte money ame rn lo i in a certain plnca Search ha* been mao.; and th* cosh found It is now thought th* old man eel Are to the house and th rn kilted himeelt and his wtf*.  Globe. Alton.  tan and Sec Lu  petal Hailer Espteeteo.  Cajjt<i, QIa. March 25 On Saturday evening tim boiler in a law-mill. owned by W A Beodris. n ar Wickliffe, Ky , «x-olnfled] dtePoHehtut tbs »t,i a-nl kdling Juhr Dtuui* an I Frank Park -r, mill hood*.  A Metre Marderet fthot Ms Death.  A rot’et, Ga., March 28 —Ham Martin, a negro, was token out of th* Wrightsville,  Ga , Jail by an infuriated mob at 2 o’clock in the morning and Ait to death. Martin was arrested e four day* ego •* *« mvvnn plier . hargel wtth th* arder of Hobart Hatford aho wa* waylaid sad kilted en# morn mg inst week ae lr wee on IS* way to work Mr Raiford wa* a popular clttaen. and the |»«>pte were greatly excited at th# killing. Martin wa# ebot nil to piocaa, and the lyncher* ore, ne usual, unknown to the oflk-erm.    ,     _  Uh at th# Wrang Forty-Leukotoe, Ky , March 25 -Durtag a drunk a qaarrel in th* Kentucky Central yard* Sunday muruing between William Hailey an i Mike Milter, th* former drew bi* niatol mid thot at Mllhw His Ulm was poor and th# bullet etrui k Web Bruin, on# of Hailey’s Intimate frttni*, near the ba#.- of Uie hrota Th* wounded mon died portly afterward,  presidential Foeota,  WaVKUWTO* Cm, March JA -Th# preek dwt ha* sent to th* rnnate the folio wing n.Knmatiom; MaJ. T. H Stouten pay ateeter to be lieutenant col.eicl and «te]'Uty paymaster general; J I Selby, of North I 'n-kola to be United States attorney for the dtetri t of North D*k. ta C. L Spaulding puetmoater at Brainerd Minn  ltllnote ProhlMtloaleta. Bt^HMfiKuTo*. Wa, Man-h Eh. - A oall ftw th* Mate Prohibition convento*« will irtjbliabed. The conveaUon Will meet in Bunn int*— Tuesday Md W’edneaday, May VT and 28 Under th# new apportionment there will be about ADJ del*gate*, and it is I #(parted that fuUy that number of persout I wvil attend th* ooMventkm.  Me) de red ta OeM Htaad. j Ha en.ac Ca XTE rn, Mtch., MnnA 15  1  met—I t sMigan sad Archie Dooley were  shot bv John Finch at Kteun gan it Ude’s  at M»Bin, ntoeteeo Bdle* eoutb af hora Calligen tt dead, but Donley may rec,mr TW# wa* na provoeatton fur ^.uiag but Flock was drunk,  W sa id Not Attend en (Minds*.  jACXftOxntX*. Fta. March 25.—Mr*. Harrison and party attend# I church Sunday   1  wry quietly, aud in the altern -rn Mr an I Mr*. Rueeril Harrison, Mrs Waaam iker,  ! and Mr* WI.son stetted th* sub-lrupio*] «* poWU-u Mr* 11 ar rte*) objaetod to going I    ti    aa*    Hun,lay  Pelted tar ftM.M#  PaTKRfr.*v, N J., Mar b ff, -The Arm of Col*, it Kn it, Ult rite a manufacturer* in this city hare mal* assignment. Ltebtlb ties,  The Kernels* To Be Taken la ftaytae. Ohio, tor Interment—An Ambtttaa of  the General Which Wa* Never Pal* fllled Minister to Bretll and Kngland mm } Morral nervier* liver the ftemalns  of MeJ.-Gru. Croolu  Wamuxotox Cm, March 25—Gan. Hot- rt C. Sc bench died at kl* home nu Thomas crete at A o’clock in th# even ng Tho pnoumonte symptoms developed toto dqriitheiia and he »ank rapidly. His mind was clear to the teat. Hi* three .laughter* weir with him and ate.) Mias Batea and Miss Sedgwick, old friends of the family. The remains will be taken to Dayton, Ohio,whale the funeral will probably he held Weduew day. Owing to the contagious nature of dipihth-ri* all th# service# will Im a* private ai possible.  An KtenUul Career dosed.  With Urn. Hcbeu.-k’a death an eventful • ireer extending through half rn century Ie •‘ce-d. Born Ort. 4, iHUU, at Franklin. Warren county, Ohio, be graduated at Mi ami university In PWT, and mon afterward mitered th* law offlo* of Thorns* Corwin at Lebanon. A political di-.-t].te of Un* great Ohnmn. he shared all of Corwin'* intoner Wuig politic*, and allowed himself to be drawn from a lucre Ii re law practice to bear hie party's stan.tard. Hts character bed aa linprvseal Itself on the state Wat the young lawyer was appointed by G a. William Usury Harrison to be one of ilia sp-aher* la th* bg cabin campaign of I “rid Boon after he was cho-ea to th* legislature and in the flare# party warfare between Wing# aiel Democrat* dkrtmgu»h«l himself so that th--Bomioatiua fur eoagftsea fro.it th* Dayton district was feraad upon him ll * nerved In coagram from IMI ta IMI Daniel W ebster eras Ute warm frton i. Hannibal Ham ba, then a Democratic mein I. r I rom Marne. wa* ob* of his quo emporart t, lo I'-51 he went as niiatet>-r to BraaiL Tte-re U j negotiated important treat).** with Uruguay and the Argentin.- Republic  >.un I :i» te.l Aranein Llneolo.  U-turning to the Umt<d Btu to* he did n*t immediately Jota the Eepatdteon party, but kept out at active gothics But aa .-arty as tav.« he saw th* eigus of th# ti-uua, and in a ■peerit at Dayton ho nomum od Ale aitam Lincoln for the prMU-bvi.-y Aft the Ch ira roo vent ion he was aa ardent supporter ai Lincoln, ami In Ute .ampe gu tilt' lo I ae-  Mr Hotmock carri# I th# war into F. rypt, aud et»mq»*l ermthern Illtoob for tlx; It»|*iWiden tic k-'t. When th# rrte lion broke out President Lineo n mad* him a brtgarti r gi'n ft*. Hi- wa# toot through the wriri at Bad Run. He r.-ei,* -I hat coanieriat in the aitny when ms lied bae ten CT.ment I* ftalteieiig hum ami the peace ] arty ta I nim la hi# rnrn f<# cong rem. As < nu. r man of th* military committee he aupfXMrtad th# nu st aggromtv# meoknr-a. As rhairmnn of the **y* ami nw-am coaanr.itte# Gen. Mc bene k hod lunet-to de with nrioadmg th. nati-mal debt at lower rats*) of tau r **t un I bu help si ehap.* recone'rtM'tion te_'i*Ia!*.>n  ftesirert Te Me a Meuntor.  An antbMon to #«*r%« dh ae a #» nato. was never fulfill"’.! Pr-'frl l.-nt Grant .-nf him as minister to tSngtand to '**. I ani Ut-sxvtoe. to hi# country to the # ithuii' ut of lh# A la I rn ma claim* w<f# in*sUmai.le, yet his incumbency of the English in‘a tan we* made prominent nut been us# .rf hie ability a. * diplomatist but !*.«»«*> at the Emma ra n- scan lei and a traatis.oncorJ-pla* tag A cugreeetanal tuvmUg ittaa *how»l that Lie general had bought and -old a aumbar of shar a of stocks in the miubq( e<« i]*any. lait had .Iou# nothing reflwten* up-a hi* bensety or hie bmmr. A federal Jtolg#. in pnattog on some Uttgnttou gr«e n* out .rf th* mine, said on* thing wa* c ear from the arideaee, which was that not a shadow COOM he thrown cb toe integrity of Urn Urban oh.  He Ll vert sad Di.d Paw.  The curd treat We was the beety jotting A> wu at rn few rotes for th* Couai*** VV ald grave, who wanted lo know about “th# tm m us American gam-) of piker." Mb* «wu-*d ■ few copies to I* printed from a pruning P-ma In her own house for the a** of sum* fri"*n<te. Thl* wa* th* baal# on eh». b Gen. Be #n.-k WM hounded an I ridiculed for t ar*. After bk return from England th# Jayton dietrtcft wanted to om-l bim to con* ,[ mm again, but ba refused and settlal A»wn in Washington, where he hoe amos lived tao Wady. *• taeont# a poor man, for ba lived and died poor  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 Park-One Hundred Lots ranging in size from fifty feet front to one hundred feet and thirtylfront, all very deep. Prices from $50 to$500, on terms to suit purchasers.  One of the nicest residence plats in Alton.  Over IOO Houses and Lots iu different partN of the city. Call aud Hee list.  tael & Mn, I Belle street.  A. J. HOWELL  DEALEH IN  CARPETS, CURTAINS, OIL CLOTHS, RUGS, Ac.  Our Prices  WILL BK FOUND  LOWER- Cansidering Qualities and Styles-  Than in any other hoiift« in Alton. In consequent* of Ult (IHNAT EXTENT *»f our SALES we are enabled to do Butine** on a VERY CLOSE MARGIN and it it a ft* ognixod fact that we bandle by far  LARGER QUANTITIES OF GOODS  TUAN ANY OTR KU HOUSE IN THE CITY.  WEH KB IKES AMO BUU  woe lions re ITB OB  AN IMPRESSIVE OCCASION.  Pas seal  Hervteee Over lh# K#a»*l*t af MO). Gee. Traah.  CUK'boo, March 2ft. —Th# funeral terv-teas ta honor of the tote MaJ Owl Oook, bab) Munday afternoon, were simple hut impressive. They were beld a* th* Grand Batata hotel, th# . Auristtag clergymen betag Rem MrPhenaiB, Presbyterian; ( Union L->ck*, Episcopalian; Prtrfwamr Baring amt Mr Thomas. Mr. Mefhervoa and professor Mwtag made aub<is*Ac address-teat brought i«af» to lite eyes of ta# veto ran* amemblad.  Hee ti 11 rut Flaral OftVrlSf*  At the head af the co®# were two lory-pfltawa cue from the Loyal I.gln# .if Ghta, turnip.wed of white roam, Witt. th* note of th# order to vlotefts, lh* other from the  Loyal le^gtau of lUitoxa, with Uwrir emtrieni rn rad. white nod blue ever law mg# Mrs Porker eeut a . rum of Easter Ultra and trite* uf the valley, Mr* Itta lr Irak »r a wr -aik at vtatela, Mr, aud Mrs Artha. Gate-* a bunch of rasug It It-a, Mr. Drak) ani M- P»rk»*r a laurel wreath, Mr. nod Mru ii K Du lisp ne tnt* and vt. deft*, Mr*. Bu.-eae Pike. calta-btua an-1 Mr ami Mr* N K Fair bank, Mia Fair Lank, J. H. Brasltn, and tuany .Aiart* not I rf. moat* of evtry dracrlptaiB.  J H McVtdtar Btl » banat tful large phew, 4. which tt* aah* of Ju-ttce were r-irteawted * qnelly balance I hy a sword. This woe U|w# a (beal ped. attal Unarm# lh# insrrtptioQ, “Maj-G-ux Ojorg* Urook, U M A."  Takes ta th* Ital I wa) Wallow.  Ajaung thens pre stat ware ex-PretAtaut Hurra au.1 Jndgr Green- bl After th* tarv tora th-body Wra eeoorted lo the Baltbuor* aud Obi*, railway stasmn and plagal or toard a sperinl WB, to he takru lo Gab land, Md Th# tncrtt e> »nti#ied of Instate lo tilt ta and r titrant, aud lh# r>'ute cf morrit was viewed Iqr thou wind* at eiliftana I i -Dams were laterral ta th# owumery at G elal. »I. Md , Monday. Th* otteqnira ■w e Witt. - «ai a large number of iri mdr an i ndntir* I* at the daad hero  Th* Triple AIU**** AU Might* Beaux Mar. U A—It I* *ta*#d that th* E Mirror Wri.tam bae notiltad Emperor Fraaew Joa-pt and King Humte-rt that the trivia a lumas will Bot be disturbed by th* I rJ^aotkw of Prtaoe Btamorok.  THROW AUM YUORfFUSL MATRH6 AMB 1NYMAT IN  Garland Stoves and Ranges.  .- ' **9  Builders’ Hardware a Speciality. I have the Finest Line of Carpenter’s Tools in th^City.  limits aud Japanned Ware.  A. L. Floss  Third Street, opp. Belle. Telephone M.  HU SHITS.  I aa bow receiving a large aad varied stork of Clo he. ta ak tit  prevailing shade*, for Spring Suita, which I am p * pared lo utah* u.) ta tic  Most  asttion able  - — ■  es,  GUARANTEEING  A Perfect Fit,  Reasonable Rates and  Complete Satisfaction.  H. C. G. Moritz. 112 Third st.  ll. A. HOFFMANN.  Nu 100-102 Kant S< * 'in! »'  tell a AUKS Ti F'<«  Hoe es a* ! ara (’*R)k  I SI ti vt s  3831101 Sill^Ujlul  Ftivbiurkfr Wa-ll) .te d lo    Five    Y«*«r*.  I "QUACK UHAL" d A AOL I SA ATW KU. koufing %  Guttering,    ^    “•   

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