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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - March 27, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 » sr ''    •    .    \  . - ,. .  *  { *  ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH.  ,,  ALTON. ILL.. THURSDAY EVENING, MAUC H 27. 1800.  NO. 242  Batch of Interesting Items from Abroad.  THE OXFORD-CAMBRIDGE BOAT RACE.  Dr. J. W. Enos' Sanitarium,  j\ t ^aisrf iijI  *» PNOM announces that he has f«UblUihed In a building purchased for the DR. ENOS annoui     R    HAN1TA RIUM    for    the  Th* Utter • Orel Ini I»vnrlt« 11*-for* th# MUH hut Oifi.nl Carri## Off th# Honor* In th* < «iitt *t-~A LIOI* Inc!* drat In th# (.lf* of friars l»l*ntsrek— Th# I.itl>«)r I on lr rr no* Nearing a Clo## —Count (Huntareic’* Rucressor.  I XIN non, March 37.—Th# Oxfocd-Uanu-bridge bust race took place on tho Thame# over Hie regular univ rnity connie, and wa# won by Oxford. Cnmt»ridg# woo the tot# an I rh<tao th** Surrey ai*!# of the river. Th# wind wa# changeable anil the water choppy. The ntart wa# made at 4:44 Kl p.m. Th# bink# * f the river were lined with spectator*, interest in the race tieing unparalleled. Before th * start < ambri I go wa# a d#cid#d favorite in the tatting.  ll*M*rlplion of th* Rare.  The Haloids got away Amt. Th# Uaip-lirid.e crew rowed a faster stroke. however, and lefore reaching Clasper 1 * boat bona# had overhauled the Oxford#. The latter reeov •red th# lead at the Craven Stops butat Hammer-mith bridge the Cambridge crew wa# again leading by • half length. The tim# at this point wa# 0:th:3b. At tile Thorney-Croft boat bouae Cambridge 1«1 by ■ix feet, the time being 0:13:40. At the Devon uh ire meadow# the boats ware on even ter ma At Ham##’ bridg, which was p**##d in 0:1?iud, th# Oxford# we** leading by half a length They gradually increased lead, pawning tbs flushing ahead of their competitor#. face was 0:22-A.  their  Una one length The time of the  BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL.  hi. ernerience during rawly years has convinced him that all diseases **n he managed more Btiooe—fulljr in an institution of this kind, under the 2S*tant #uihtvision of the physician, and with the aid of means not othor-command, than when the patients are seen by their medical adviser*  ^^posHion o^^io'hANITA^ITM is high, and the surrounding are free kern all noxious influences. It Is readily reached by tho Second street horse  *^eVuildhig Is large, and arrangements ar© as perfect es is possible from ■ knowledge of sanitary science and the requirements of such an institution.  Electricity in aU its forms; Oxygen and IU compounds; Baths, Douches, Hiwago, inhalation, Nursing, etc., lure provided as may bo ™O u,r ®* 1  J* U a ‘ gents, in addition tojrach other treatment as may be deemed advisabl .  A LARGE SOLARIUM  for gun Baths and exerc ise in cold and Inclement weaker, eta., ii Provided.  ^h patii nt is thoroughly examined by Dr. Boos, and receives h s felly personal attention.  Now OTDOXX  FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS.  For further information Addrest Dr. ENOS it the SANITARIA, corner of George and Third its., Alton, III.  FOREIGN MISCELLANY.  I’rlnr# ItUmarck Wept.  BIHUN, March 27.—White Brin oh Bismarck wa* drb mg p##t a bridg# ululated Ut WW-ti the Tusgartfl© arni linter dan Un*  den, th# barm* attached to th# carriage ■hied, ani titer lag# i#»eai»ie entangl d in th<- trace*. Vt hen th# b#raes had been iw«-  trellad a t bri ng ‘if people gathered about the ex-chin" ,?ilor A rem'irk# bl* arena uu-au>-d, nix ny of th# ladl •» present flinging U.»:quet* ut th • prince, while other# unled a id kin**! hi* in.a.la The “Man of blot#! and iron," whit- «tt»mpting to falter out hi* thank# br?>k# down and wept The ac ri.icnt wa* trifling in it# nature, and th# prince resuming hi* meat, drove off amid the eta?*©# of the crowd.  The farewell audience between the «*m-iieror and Prince Bfcmarek wa# beld WedhMalay morning. Th# interview lasted three-quarter# of an hour. Th# retiring chancellor wa# haertlly cheer»«1 on hi# way quotation# on April L In the palace by crowds which bad gathered along th# route. _  FOUND DrAO IN MIB CHAIR.  Ju*tt<# (timpbrlii et th# Wlchigan Supreme I on rf, Die* Very S*«t»ldenlv.  Drill UT, Mull., .Mar h 27.—Justice Jail##  V. Campbell, of tho Michigan supreme court, a nicmlier of th# supreme tench since IWW, died suddenly at hi* home in this city Wednesday morning. Justice Campbell wa# born in New York in I RJA, came to Michigan in early Ida, and wa# one of the pioneer# of the data Ile ha* teen chief Justle# of the bench in rotation nine times; ha# been a taw protestor of th* Unlverwity of Michigan Ranee th# organisation of the taw department of that institution, wa# one of th# •landing oomuuttee of the Protestant Kpiacopal diocese of Michigan, and wa# a man of wide culture. HU death wa# cauked by heart disease. HU family found him deaii in bi* < hair, « hare he had died while rending a new* jai per.  THE WEDDING FAILED TO "GO.  An Ohio Young Mao Jilted at th# Last Mom rot.  IIBN VBR, Colo., March It. —A wedding of more than usual #oci ii importance wa# announced to take plat?? at Bt. John * Kpisco-pal cathedral, but for »om# reason unknown it ba# been do tared off. Th# groom-ex pedant, who ha# #rriv#i| from Lima, 0., I# a Mr. Thrift, and th# lady, who at almost the last liniment refuse I togo to tbs altar with bim, ta Miss Maud Chirk, a young woman with an income of nearly $10,(JOU a your and nearly *2,UUU,OW in #ight from th# estate of her fatter, who w a# a cattle baron. Mis# Clark wa# educated abroad, and on her way bom# visited in Ohio, where she beearn# acquainted with Mr. Thrift  Appeal from th# National W. ©• T. I'.  Cu ic AUO, March 27,—In view of th#  election in Nebraska next November to deckle th# question of prohibition or high ll-cense, th# national W. C. T. U. ha# issued an appeal to ail good p»- pl# to ald them and the i>eop:t of Nebraska by prayer, sync jrnthy, work and money contribution*, iii th Mi tight against the saloon stamen t. Tbs appeal ‘UU that all tbs temperance organ (rations ar# winking iii harmony in favor of Um- prohibition amendment, and request. that any money contribution* Ik? sent to Mi## Either Pugh, treasurer of the N. W C. T. U., ISI I** Ball# street, Chicago  A Victory far th# Hoard of Trad#.  I Uh ICAIX), March 8?.—Judge Tutay ren-dered his dedal on in regard to th# petition of tho hoard of trade aahing f«r a modification of th# injunction res* raining the i*.ard rf trad* from discontinuing IU quotation# to Hi* bucket shop men Judge Tutay derided that he would modify th# injunction providing the board of trade would agre* t« {Hiruwoentlf go out of th# busine*? 'rf furnishing qut at ions. Th# board of ira I# men regard this as an important victory for them. They will dtauntlntt# furutabmg  n rn  Day’s Proceedings in National Legislature.  the  THE ANTI-TRUST BILL DEBATED.  Building Lots for Sale.  Corner Main and Dry, 150x120, for $600.  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 Parlt. Hundred Lots ranging in size from fifty feet front  One  Over IOO Houses and Lots in different parts of the city. Call and see list.  Mi. I  A. J. HOWELL  fount Bismarck*# Sorcnor.  London, March 87.—Th# Timm’ Berlin arr*  II IT  la Memory #f Joke J. Astor.  NBW York, March 27.—VV dHam Waldorf Astor intern!# to plan) a memorial of his   _____      _    father in Trinity church to consist af broo*#  correspondent *sy# that the appomtm*?ul. o{I tjoor# cost mg not bm than $ I Ut), IWO. Them II *rr Von A Iv* ludeben to succeed Count ar# to U- placed at th* Broadway entrain*?, IterUrt HLtt .ii . k, a* imperial wcretAry for and at th* supplementary entrance* to th# for*!'’n ..iran *, is a good chok*. H# ha# north and south #i»ta#of the MV# of th# th* advantage of Couat Herbert church. One of th# leading architacts of “ of I this city will design them, art Utey #r# expected to  Children Cry for Pitcher’s Castorla.  decidedly -----  Bismarck in rn voir fair*? and suavity manner. In addition to thl# bis knowledge cf altair* ami routine habit. resulting from hi# *iperinea at Washington ami Berlin h dp materially lo fit him for th# position.  Bill Le av# Merlin P#r#v#r.  Hxhun. Mar* h 87. —Tho dcooral—n* con* terrod ii| on I Vt nos Bismarck by the various Europe cute* have bsen deposited with  th# princess banker, in view of his departure from Bertha Their intrinsic Itflujn Th* prim-# —marked liert who valued them: “I will wear no'ie- orat.ou but the iron cross. * nu will never na- nm to Berlin again.  ‘•Dropping lh# Pilat-'  London, Mer? h 27 —A cartoon, published by Pouch, is attracting attention. It j •trikes at the situation created by th# resignation of Prince Bismarck The cartoon, j hick is rntittad “Droppiug th# Pilot,' 1  ex- ' hibit* the kawsr leaning on th# bulwark# of | a vessel an I anxtously watching the pru»c#  TI cy will be designed from th# Ufo of Christ.  an i as works ol b# unsurpassed. to represent pen *  vain-? Is  to th# ax-  henceforth  -TUE CELEBRATED  Jackson  And Waist  Corset  Combined.  - HAS-  NO EQUAL FOR HEALTH. GRACE AND FIT  Prlcejgl and §1.23.  every lady should have  OSE.  tad tar hanging over th#  he dtsosnds a sh ip's shta.  Th# Le hor Conference,  London, March 27.—Th# correspondent of j Th'.? Timm at Berlin say* that th* lal*or 0"U-teren e wrtli probably ck-?# its tabor# by .Saturday n*xt Bo far as England ta concerned th* reeul*# will be simply nlL If the other stahw adopt the deadon of ti* conference it will be tan tam? ai ut to an Invitation for Eugitah tabor legudatkm.  Maritime Maroa*, at Xaaslhar.  Bni'NHKUh March 87,-A new c?>mmittae  ba# linen appointed for th# I*ur|«ae of considering th.- advisability of founding a man-titue burian st /.anailwr for the purpom of th* sapprtvadoo    slave  d to eatalfekh a central  Ute#  Basiating to  tend#. It ta prof _     .  borsatt to Kurop prola.b.y at Brussel#.  NBW STYLED AND FABRICS IN  Mi doing for moo oui  MUlinery.  Boots asA Sloes. Hats ani Cai?;  EXCEEDED BY  None  in Quality and Price.  A.  < on.er? alive t au^Mate Y.ta*t*d.  Emvhi bom, March 27.—Th# contest to Aver Burg for m»mb r of parUanMit low resulted ai a vietoiw tor th* U«*n» rvsti’ es, Ihetr candidate Mr ^mwrvell rwceiUug a.fiio * ole# against 2,V«> cast tov ij.-ut Mr IL-utiedfpa. toe Liberal eatwlidate  tim. the l.laewtashtr# B»*(Mf*|»-  LON DOM, Mark 87 -At the Lfecobl «tring meeting tbs principel event, tin? rare f.,r lh? lAnxdmihire handuiq., one mite, wa# won Lard Wcrrge  .tarted    ___  A Meat ramie# Immleeat.  PaBM March 27.—Th# wholesale butcher* tin* city declaim th#* if their demand# concerning the importation of foreign <■*' li ® cr*, not grant*?*!, they will ckm* th# abetters. A nu at famine » tmpeu lmg.  Th# R'ew Srrvl»n taia p A Nis Marcii 27.—Th*’ new Hervian loan,  ott ^l to tim city, im* alrealy up Bo eager was the demand for it that  A Mother 4 tut rag* *e Liublssa  New OtUJtANB, La., March 27.—Th# Times-Democrat 1 * Pensacola fecial say*: Tuesday morning at an • arty hour Biniou B rn,won (colomd) wa* taken from tbs Jackson clinty Jail at Mariana by a mob of masked men and abut to death He wa# a bad character and after escaping from the iienitenttery, where he wa# serving a life sentence for murder, bo killed a farmer near Mariana a few days aga The mob wa# composed of both white# and blacks.  Arrested e frescoer ter Robbery.  MomiJI, Ala., March 27. —Rev. Preteen CX Chancy. white preaching at a country plant over the Florida line, w*# called outside by a utM**ngcr who told bim his mother eat very IU and had tent for him. Chaney die mimed the congregation, aud on going out wa# arrested by a <tap«*]r marshal for rob Sin, tho malta at Dutton#, Ala., Av# year* ago. Chaney admitted that he wa# the man wan ted. lie wa# taken to Huntsville for trial    —  Two Yen*! Girl# Hadty lajwred.  J nog won CHAE ■ IU, March 87.—Ella and Hate McCarthy were driving a young home to th* vicinity of Alexander, to the east ,«art of the county. The animal, I (scorning frighv-mmd. ran away, ani the ladle* were thrown out (in I tie? bultey tended on top of ‘hem. They lay nROmwctou# tor -*>«*> time before they were discovered Their tojurtas I .reliably prove toto* ._  Appreben.ten et a lim ltlsastsr.  MiDDurroWN, Curb., March 87.—Tbs latents of Jobnaonta Dana, a bam tat ta suburb# of this city, have appealed to eskrtmen to send an expert to examine th* I dam at Hollow pond Th# pond oovere MB acres, and lh* dam is forty feet high. Forty en fifty tomb rn live In th- hollow b»k> r  dam, and they trouble.  rh* Wyoming Adi*il«»»«»" Hill Comr# Cr ta the Hoes*—A#»l#t*et Reeretary  1  Tlcbenor’s Answer I# * I hlaamaa Wk#  Willies I* tiring Ills Wife Ie Tkl# Cos*-try—Jeka llr*»wa's Pert T# He Taken to Ckleage—Capital tJosalp.  W amhimotom ( mr, March 27.-The wnate WcdtP-alay psi taal a Jtlut rtvoutton author-iring the * cret»ry *?f navy to remove tin naval magaxine from Kills island In New York herb jr, and to purchase a site for and  Z^lZTin^.^ for MkTp^X ami to one hundred feet and thirtylfront, all very deep. Prices  47li,(iuu more to enable th# secretary of th*    men#.    Acnn    #.    #.    •*._____I_____  treasury to improve Ellis island for immi ITOW $50 tO$500, OD tU TIXIS tO SIX 11 piirCDilS6r8t  grstion purposes. Th# antitrust bill wa*     f    t     ,    ,*    I    #    toll*.  then taken up and del#.tad.    One    of    the    nicest    residence    plats    in Alton.  It ease Proceeding*.  Under a resolution re,#>rtnl from the i  rottimittee on rut # sad adopted, tbs bourn took up the Wytm.ng admission 1411; tis previous qutwtiou to U? conaUerwi as or-d red st I o’clock Thursday.  Bill# were introduosd as follows: bv BhkA*  •hire, of Indiana, appropriating #8B,0u6fot a public building at BraaiL Ini ; by W ail- | ace, of New York, to provbl# for th# organisation and rate (rf pay rf a veterinary our;* rf the army. Tills bill provide# that th#  Veterinary corp# shall be ooh nosed of one ^ veterinary eurgeon-gwncraJ. with th# rank and pay of a major of cavalry; four veterinarians, with lh# rank of captain# of cavalry, ten aw?latent veterinarians, with rank of Arte Ueoteaante rf cavalry, and ten aa* nit an I veterinarians, with the rank of second lieutenants of cavalry. Applicant# for ap; »oin linen I aa veterinarian ( must lie graduate* rf some veterinary college unless they are already veterinary surgeons to the army  QUONG LEE’S QUESTION ANSWERED.  The Only Way Me law Brin* His Wife awd ( bibl to TRI* ( uuatry.  W AAR I ROTOR ('ITT, March 87,—Assistant ftacre’ary Ticbenor has written a letter to Mr Quoag Lee, of Plattsmouth, Neb., to answer to a question wisher he could tend to Chiua for hie wife and child.  “You state, 1 * my# Mr lichen or in reply,  “that you intend to become a cit s ti rf th*  United Htate*, arid have made declaration rf such intention, ami you inti,nato that y« « ar* weslthy, lait you fail to answer the question projwunded to you in the «i#part-nietit 1 # letter of th* IM instant, a# to tim nature rf your occupation in this i ountry.  Can Not Herm*.* a CtttUMb “From th# uwloraenent of Ibatrlct Judm Chapman on your letter, it appeor# tba  Eou are *ngag<*d iii the laundry butin es. ut such occu|wtU>n doe* not exciwtge you from the etas# of laborsra, nor can you claim immunity for your retativ. • from th Chia**# restrictive act#, by r<?a*.»ii of your derla* alhet rf in tent iou to become a citixen of til# Unite I States; woo# We? taw rf May d, SK'Ci. prohit.it*? th' h ImieskNi rf any t in-it.#*, pct sons to citia ndi.p. A# your wilt an i children do not un? sir t‘» have? ever resided in the United Blate*, they cannot be Admitted to entry, otter wine than upon th# production rf a oTtlfl.-ato from th#  Chinese government declaring tin in to br persou# other than lalorwr#, such certificate b*ing, utxitsr the law, the soh? evklenc • per miaaalde to catel UU a right of entry into the United Blate#,"  DEALER IN  CARPETS, CURTAINS, CLOTHS, RUGS, Ac.  OIL  will  the  in constant fear of  A Break ta tk* Levee.  V tea*■©»), Mtaa, March 87.-Th# levi at Hkipwith to lamquens county, fifty mites south of Green villa, broke IWlay night The town of Bklpwith is now under water. The Lake Washington country and   MI „_______ .    Kin?    rah ie branch of the Loutavilta,    New Or-  by Rejected, Bhtowner sscuod, and    .     1>JL(W    ra u ro#( i will go under  third. Nineteen home*  Tbe  break ta #*> feet srlde^_  Ftve Viegree* Drowned.  Krw Oautass, March 37.—Th# Picayune's Aiken*#* (Tty special say#:    Monday  morning a skiff containing sere#! negro.-* -Jrfm Harken, Louie William*, and liar nett lee aud bor four children, ranging from (I to Id year# of age. capsiaed aud all drowned deep* Ko kette and th* six year-old otilld  your Boys Browned omaha. Neb., March 87.-Two sous of Fanner Whip of, rf Calhoun, and two oilier I*irs, bum# unknown, were drowned in th* Mw uri river, six nill#* north rf Omaha H-jri'lay white duck hunting. Th#lr but was found bottom ald* up, but th* bodies  the amount rf *utaari,4teu wa. three tim*# a* great a* that rf tk# i>>an.  Th > Duke rf Orleans.  PASI* March ip    .wTb*'* Ute# and    WU loUB I OJivra •»" "X-     1   ta lug urge! Utah by    thej    have not yet been recovered.  Monarcl ut leader* to    r*U*m UM) Duke of    “    J     _  Orleans from th# prus>u at Clairvaux where  he ta now ooftflnad.  at the  Globe. Alton.  Call and Sec I«  Ah* Will He A ast ria* Empress.  Vienna, Marrfi «? -A ctar.oai papy at K mn annouucas the betrothal of un rto* Htephanta, vrktow of tit* Archduke Ku-drff, to th# Archduke Fraaa, beta- to the Auatnan throne. __________  Maw Dr. HtWs Maeaaered.  BMUS, March 27-fcuto Bn»ha writ** thats.. Arab now st M rn* ■(*#*« mw the row#, re ol l*r. Pferf l>urty. and mw tbs  hotly id Dc. Peter* *ftw *A# tight.  Our Prices  WILL BE FOUND  LOWER- Considering Qualities and Styles-  Than in any other Iran ae in Alton. In conaequence of lira GREAT EXTENT of our SALES we are enabled to rlo Buxine** on a VERY CLOSE MARGIN and it ia a recognized fact that we handle by far  LARDER QUANTITIES DF DODDS  THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE CITY.  urn roo taos ako sui*  mow Siam ro|?5 do.  Jeka Browu's Fort.  VV a#H1 MUTO* CWT, Mar?'h    27.—John  Brown 1 * fort, a historic landmark at ii MT' per 1 * Ferry, W\ Va, is to be moved to Uhl-caga Tbs pepcrs mskiuq a trail for rf the prop- rty to Alfrrf ll VV", A Chicago Ina yer, w«.*r< - sign«?d here by I OL James ll Butt, ttu? attorney for the owner*, til# Pussy A Jones company* manufacturer# of w.xsi pulp at th# P*?rry. The price paid for it ta said to ts? $.5,000 It is not known whether the purchae? wra* for Mr M swe or for other* Nothing ha* been known of tu- n< go-tustkms unto they were completed Tuesday The fort wa* originally an engine house tmilt rf brick and stom*. »nd is to be taken to Chicago and exhibits! for sh »w pur^m*'*.  It a ill tm transferred within sixty day# tty the terms of th" agreement  Mrs. Legaa 4 os* I ag Wee*.  Waruinoton cm, March It —Mr* login and her daughter, Mr* Tucker, will (save on Monday tor Chicago, where they will Join U n Alg r and accompany him in bi# prtTat# car upon a trip to California. Mr* te»g*a*iel ber daughter will occupy the compartment named “the L»gan r«e.iu” lo tensor of the g m rsl u|«on the occasion of tte- Grand Army trip several year* ago. Mr* I-"gall ex j*? i« to return to H aahingtou by th# lMh rf May, upon which date a g»r-(ten party for the benefit rf the Darlfekl Memorial hospital will I** given in the spa oiou# ground* of the Calumet plat?#, under Mr*. Ll*an'* personal managera tnt as president of th# aoctatF_  Kenai# Order rf Beal**##.  W Aam ROTOR cm, March 37.—The IW put'lw ..ii senator# had a caucus at which th* order of I astasia arraag d by th# “Maering” committee wee approv d, and it wa# agreed that the amate #te»uld aieet hereafter at ll o cauch In the morning. Th* or.tar rf busi-nee# provide# that the rlnfii ll l«fl fewfeta toll kiteii be tskuu u|> when th# anti-tritet bill ha# been di^soawd rf, and that a ter ward the bill for lh# admission rf Wyoming shall be considered. Th# Muutwns #l-<k ion ce*#* are to Lev# right rf nay Monday to th# exclusion rf other busine**  THROW ASIDE TUI R|KL’KL KATKHfi AND INVENT IN  I. $ VII  irliiiiii Sillies anil Ranges.  Builders’ Hardware a Speciality. I have the Finest Line of Carpenter's Tools in thaLCity.  Unite ai Japanned Ware. A. Ll. Floss  Third Street, opp. Belle. Telephone M.  SPRIK) SUITS.  A Hers# Causes Yw# Aeeidsnta.  Ka ll Kivkb, Ma#*, March 27.—Alfred Burdon was thrown from hi# horse bere Tuesday and had hts bv broken. Th* hor-? Own ran over Miss Carri# K.«g*?ra cans!ag internal mjurte* from which ake ta expected  todia  ___  A T#et of Mas* Ball Popularity.  CH ic Ado, Mardi W.—The player’# league eiai* have agr ad to open the season on April iii, the day on which th- National bmus,ii tNgfcia, to that a ted rf popularity between the riTata can be mad# at ow*  Zoological Perk at * **Mngto#u VV ash I rot? in CITY, March 27 —Th* bourn onminute.) on appropriai on# ha# wuthorixc*! a favorable r*|K>rt ?>n th" senate hill for the | wtubhsbment «>f a Nati?#ial Ko? togkml lark in this titty, with an aa)«?ttd)n> at providing that "Btl half rf the appropriate® rf $P2,U(J0 sh ,ii be paid out rf th# trmsury rf th# LH*-trict rf Crfmmbta.  tm\un (he Blair UHL W Alta I KOT* )N cm, March 37.—Mrs Mary j Hunt addr***#?! th# hou*e Win It— on el* * i-ati.® im tbe necessity rf nail. aal aid for education. Hue favored the BUlr WU, and I said sh# r* grot ted lledef. at us th# senate j  To Pension  v  r*. Croak.  V.'as I im* Cm. March 37.— Repro* it, . I. a l-T, rf I'bums, ha# intro I ll el  in  1     I*,.- * WH gr*tt?iag a is* islon rf 42, -  U»i . >• i. u ira M.ry Clonk, widow rf  M.rJ *i u ii »rg# Crank.  lh, Poi? i •!« of .lute  \\ /.an i no tnt • M re . 27 —Th?- •? o-at, t .e».a? ti *• on <• • ?li i rendered * fa-•anil,,.. irt... * rn, Foul m a. July cloim# bd) ■ # i* p teed "  u  -  I nu now receiving a large and Tarted Block ef Clot La, in rH prevailing utiadeB, for Spring 8uiU, which I ara prepared lo make up rn  Ilion able vies,  GUARANTEEING  Me  the  Most  A Perfect Fit.  Reasonable Rates Complete  and  Satisfaction.  H.C. G. Moritz. 112 Third st.  Finbacks  “QUICK MKAV' Prtoe«  lf. A. HOFFMANN,  100-102 Kaat Second at.,  Mila ai. rn r# run  nti  Wa ra<)t**d to teiat Five Year#.  a AXU Ll SU S TO VSH. Evojiny, Uwiktrmg, Sp    Lr*  lUi   

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