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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - April 21, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH.  volumk  ALTON, ILI,., MONDAY EVENING, AEH IL 21, 1890.  NO. 203  Annual Report of the Commissioner of Labor.  EVERAGE WAGES PAID BY THE ROADS.  A Comparative Tab!. Showing th. Pay to t:m|ila|ri la lh!* Country and Dr.at Itrilaln—Th. Hr! a < Ion* of tmplojr., .ad lh. Salina* I orporatlons—Report of th. < oui iii I It., na General Welfare to th. I’on* A ni.rlciia Conference.  Waiuiinoton « mr, April 31.—Carroll D. Wr ght, llw comm *« on r of lalmr, ha* int. in it ted to th ' | trident for transmission to stagmsN his fifth • urinal report. Th. .ingle •ul jot t tr-atel la re! run I tailor. The report .how* that on Juno 31), ISH), lh. who!. nut ii lier of railroad corporations in the  Dr. J. W. Enos’ Sanitarium  ALTON, ILL.  DR. KNOB announces that he haa established in a building porphaned for the  U     purpose a SANITARIUM for the  BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL.  His experience during many years has convinced him that all diseases ogp be managed more successfully in an institution of this kind, under the comitant supervision of the physician, and with the aid of means not otherwise at command, than when tne patients are seen by their medical advisers it Intervals of several hours or davs.  The position of the SANITARIUM iajiigh, and the surrounding are free bom ail noxious influences. It Is readily reached by the Second street horse oars, and la near the Union Depot.  The building is large, and arrangements are as perfect as is possible from I knowledge of sanitary science ana the requirements of such an institution, I Electricity in all ite forms; Oxygen and its compounds; Baths, Douches, | Massage. Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided as may be required by pa* j hents, in addition to such other treatment as may be deemed advisable.  A LARGE SOLARIUM  ForSun Baths and exercise in cold And inclement weather, etc., is provided.  Etch patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and relives his daily personal attention.  Now <3Den  FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS.  For further information address Dr. ENOS at the SANITARIUM, corner o 1  George and Third sts., Alton, III.  Latest iii Dress Goods.  Latest ta Beaded Wraps aid Capes.  Blade. Collar ani Pawers  Latest and Correct Styles in  Millinery Novelties,  Latest ie Mini ani Gent s Fandangoes  - ALSO-  Shoes Best and Cheapest  if tin* ***** f c n . w.iv alai adopt**! Sacra- I  (  (ary lil.u , • de. ve • t t i • doling up aril  Af:, i * i ut mn iii th • ii.legal.* caried on tin* | re i I. ut In a lady. Th *    ha 'o  lh *nt rn ii *nr,y good-by**, After which a nam-br al lh* iii starnri am a trip through the *< >uik    _  To Melt. lh. V.ult* H.fe.  Wa hi) (Notus City, April ‘JI.— 1 Treasurer Huston recently appear -I Iwifom (ba Ii. ti -I* cuinmltti*. on appropriation* and told the members that bo bail discovered that th. ■cal* and k>cks of th-* Vadito of ilia treasury and of several of th- -nh-trea«Mrias throughout the cmntry awa nu* tie H • Mid that a kick expert had recently rn la an examination et the* locka to the vault, of the troaa-ary and hail •unsa-d.l in picking wiver ai of tli.ui, on. taking bilo fifteen -**< <m<1* only to oj»*n. Ai ling on tin- information the oona-nil!bt* pept<oil ant Hatur lay reported to Uh bott*-* a lull appropriating #*.*(,.’OU for vault* nod a<l (iii mil wca.itim for the pub-  A Royal Welcome Tendered the African Explorer.  OTHER FOREIGN ITEMS OF INTEREST.  I>..UIon, K.M.h.d by th. iv. ant Inter-nation*! I .heir Conference W birt* tv a* IC IU al berlin -innervation of the Aa* nlvertary al Lord Heron-Held*. Death —Mr vee Bailor# Drown.*! at Aaa,— A Herman Naval Otttrer In a Had Ho*. Hue. BIA, A|*ril 21 —Mr. Henry M Htan ley a tut Sat unlay wrier (hied at the Franc,*■ Beigi ,n frontier byth. burgomaster and a delegation of tho board of aldermen of Brua-iic iii im ta under th* custody of ti), ti'Manurer i ak, and »a* by tltetn ammi jam I d lo the  rf th. United Statal  Th. Hee ret Kens lo ti lei tag*.  Washington CWT, April 21.—The senate in .x ecu ti va mm 11 >a by a rot* of SA to 23 rcfu**l to .digit Senator iHrfjrfi’# smelling  commit toe irport in favor of bringing aer-tam nawsp'i|M.-r men I* for. tho wnsta for contempt for refits ng to taaiify as to how they iilit in d the proceedings af the acuate when in executive arm iou  Re I eg lee on the Late A A Get.  Washington Citt, April ll.—The bowie Ord• md conferences on the bills for public build.ngs at Lynn, Maim., and Ashland,  Wk At I o’Huck public business was suspended and the house ti st an ad to .ologies on the (als H H. Cox, th. first speaker being    p^t'toliT^'ig^T    Item  tin,, t uniming*. of N„w \*>rh     . ........._____  cit*. Ttie d.*|s»t, which was crow,tod with p- > pl**, was decki*l out in galla dram, a pron in.nit and picturesque feature of the d>deration* being lbs mterwined fl igs of the United Blate*, Belgium and tile Congo free stale. The laud of the civic guards, who wore present for earort duty, p ay-a1 toe nation a1 an then i* of America and Belgium.  Ili lv.it to th. Palace.  On alighting from his tram Mr. Stanley was rec-1Vi*I by count D’Oultre moat, mar* a) ta I of the court, who represented king Leopold. Amidst Die deer* of the people the party at once entered the court carriages an«l were driven to the palace. A serious moi fit * occurmi lwtw.cn tho eiv.c guards ann th. 11reporters, the latter vigorously  Building Lots for Sale.  Corner Main and Dry, 150x120, for $» r >00, 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 ParhL.  One Hundred .Lots ranging in size from fifty feet front to one hundred feet aud thirtyjfront, 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 in different parts of the city. Cull and see list.  I AT-  THE GLOBE.  ALTON, IT .Us.  CA k HOLA, 0. WHIGHT.  United States wan approximately 1,71ft, and , Ut* mileage of thi ai mads, approximvttdy, IM 4*X) nib*. The number af employe* on a!l of the rn I roads of th. country on that iii Ic was (IHII,912L Upon investigating tho t* abject of the relations of .mployes awl e ti* ration* a. to sixty road-* by which t'.e real railroad bu .un -es of the country is performed it was found that nineteen roads tiMunt.iUi b n< Henry institutions and a few p.y Im-p.tai ext rn,-os w hite men in jured In t ie service arc tsiag treated.  Superannuated IC rn ploys*).  A very few f«y tax* s for th. support of •'at. and county institutions. Thro. or f> ur (Mitribute to relief fund*, sud several fur-ni*h club house* f**i certain classes of «tnpk ires Mix msnpsn.es **» rt tbatthey pen--ion their sup rannuato I employes and also I their pmHsmtly *ila»ble*i pc>j der A few give superannuated employe* light work or  ;  allow half-time pay; while a minder make a ;Dement* upon tho pertnsaetitly dtavbtafl, Two hundred aud sixty-six comanic retain in their service permanently disabled us-I lores, tie number cd such on the rolls at the .‘loss of the year UBN U*lng 3 121. A very large number of roads also provkl#  * >n.>• system of technical education for tlie nim In th, sr shops. A few roads have technical schools for their employes, and iii snore case* for tbatr families  Damage, for Injuries. Commiwioner Wright dbcusees at some length what he believes to be th--a surdity of* tbs common law now prevailing iii Europe and A marina which prohibit, an injur**! employs from recovering damages from his •anpioyer when the injury is the t sault of J tbs negligence or unfltnea* of a cosnupkiya As to wag* s, It is found that over Ll per j oent. arc p*»i I at rat*-* ranging from ll to #2 j#r day. The average <laily rat. of all th. employes paid by specific tim. on the sixty roe.!, is #1 .bi* yet marly til ,» r rent. rd tbs who'*,* numis-r received lass than the average re • <*f all, while only aliout 30 per o ut. roo*)rad above th * average ra'e fur ail.  Higher Wage* Paid Mara.  A compar lUtm tabla is given as to th* wages paid r-uiroad HBM in this country an*I hi Great Britain. Th. British rates ara taken from the ofllciai ratio ns of a ages paid to railway ssrvants <« ll* principal btl * in Great Britain by the Amalgamated Boviety of Hallway Servants of England, Ireland, Scotland. ami Wales Thu table •hows that the average daily pay of locomotive sagitMwr* hi Great Britain h$LM; in the Unit**I HUUS |A2E Of firetm-n rn Great Britain VI cento; in the Unit-*! St.*— ft TO Comim tors In Groat Britain VT cents; ta the Unitod Hut*. #2 dft Hwitcb-rnen in Graal Britain 35 cants; ta the Ui.it-**! Stat-* IIM. Flagmen ta Great Britain HI rants; lo the United Htates fit. Ut  THE PAN-AMERICAN CONFERENCE.  lh. He port of the < .aumil tee on General Welfare- Adjournment Hearhe*!.  Wash moron Citt, April ll.—At tbs Worton of the Ban American confer nos Friday afternoon the r* port of the «*»mmit* lee tm general welfare, raootnm. tiding ar bi-Ira lion, was d .cussed. Mr. Biota-*, who haul bam absent at a oabtast meeting, caim ta to tim euufsrencs room l»ta to tho aft- r* noon when the controversy ssemed far from a conc.usi<rn He ashed a rec*., an I tin invited the committee on general w»*Uara to jota him ta cooaidvriag tho matt r. The ra-omm wa. tahsa and Mr. B*aine and th committee retired They war** g* »* mr*. ly half an hour. Upon returning Mr. Blame mwl * a short sp»**ch, an i cksesi i»y moving the adoption of a moditk atton of I 1 * rep rt from wfek b th obj**<*t»oaa»d, (aalara) w.-r* eliminated It was the Uoitrd Mutes which opJMwed the « r g'nal rep rt. a* I w.»nkl have ti, I UA* c**nutry up to * tight, by maUng arbi rat,<>n perpetual, so far a* o*. ions of territory was ccmcsrn**! wh *o the re-■u.t of demsml at the point of lh* 'ey* cmet. Blame's motkm was agrw I to, but Ctdlt did n«> vote *  Itesolatioa et Thanks.  The vital btatamm of th* e nf-remv wa. tau* rifted. Tim work aas d«-ue. Br Mar-11in x Hdv., of Colotataa had, however, a prcfMsiiKM to pres, Bt it* pf*-via ors were that a Im tin-American library shall be founded ta the I tty of W » hington with con tribution* fr»*ni th*- nations »**pr,- i.bd, that it Shat! be known a* the «'oliimbu, Ii-, r,,ry , ll at iii H *l-nli b jda** d hist* ri*-* of tbr Hate* • j* j n-s*.*nt*-l ta lh* **• ogrips, also th ir g<<-giH|-nnw, maps. and - tfi* tai d**cu-III It »; an i that Ila- library *b B Is* *i,*dirat . t upon the UjUT bnadr dth at nl» *t».i:y of  th. discovery of Am-rn-a by t «duinb«in Th.*** piO|'« , siti , *iis n*re * 'ut** :n*l Ina ni<-Gn a tach j revaiied without otawnt. II#* »',‘uti‘ ns ti thanks ta Mr. Blam aud b> the I ut e l Htatoa for «*onrte»ie. Mal b<*pitalittos aer* i i«v-*l by Mr H-anero of «••»*<<* sud WU-' t us bi » nsticaiiy adopt->-1 by iii- H >nth-  iagalee  A,I Joe rue I Wae Do*.  confer go# at 12 to. Hat unlay aa- lv .| ,, t. ii., Prior ta a Ijourmxe-u* eg.tk'it (rad Ub'H off -rad a Dwolu-h*-l) wa* ado pp i, that ta rouaaMno-o<)gf>*re«ov. Pit countri**- r. pr**-mw Tis ta fiwr vms with th** United I „■«*.- -rating the 4 GU* anniv. rMry of the a .sn** cry of America by tv,.urn bu*. p r taaukiug the various otacara  The Ctajrton AsMssinalloa.  Wakhinotob Cmr, April 2L—Thesub-oommittra of the hones committee on election* appointed to investigate th. Claytoo-Br.'ckeuridge oooh**U*.i sloctkm aam from Arkansae and the sm.ssination ti Col. Clayton, will leave Washington for Arkansas on Tuesday night  Venal. Anil.Trust Hill.  Wamhikotuk City, April 2L—A subcommittee of the lo,UM. oanioltteu on the judiciary has diraetod Mr. CulU*r»,n of Ti x i, , ta rusks a favorable report to the house un the senate anti-trust btl!  from which to view the ceremonies.  GOLD IN ILLINOIS.  It Is Disco*  Ten Miles  -red OM n I en from Aarora,  Arvo ha, 111, April 21,—Gold has been discovered on the farm of C. B Fisher, ten mibs south of Aurora. The firm Is in tho town of Na-au-Hay, Kond.ll county. A few (toys ago, while Mr. Fisher was overaeetug the work of digging gravel for his drivers, the workmen stnich a podtst of quarts through which was scatter*! little, glittering particles Hu«pcctlng th*', be batt found gold. Mr Fisher covered the pocket up. after taking out samp!**, and kept quiet about it untill he could have the staff examined. An ex|H*rt lim pronounced it genuine go d and the owner is jubile ut 8#-veral pockets have since been found, sud Mr. Fisher will Investigate further. Th) In liens used to claim that there si* gold ta Ken*iaU county.  Daring Raids by Baud Its.  Havaba, April IL-A reign of terror prevails ta Santiago de Cuba owing to the daring raids of two bodies of bandits who have bean ravaging the oowutry. The outlaws recently engaged in a conflict with the guards, and thrra of the latter were killed. The authorities thereupon decided la take severe measures for the re pews urn of the bandits, and troops are now pursuing them. It is stated that the fear of the bandits is so great that HOO persons have fled from their estates and gone ta the city for safety.  Tbs Trial af Murderer Wright*  Bbmxokia, Mich, A (Til SU—At last a jury has been secured to try Charles J. Wright for th* murder of F. £. Th arber ta Arni las! August. The 270th and last talesman was examined a little before noon, and at 1:2b o'clock ta the afternoon the trial tut-gnu. ProMK-utiug Attorney Geveil made the opening sta tem Mi t fur the state and N. A. Barker followed fur tho defense, die.tor Kolau#o) was tbs Aret wttasss and his examination occupied the satire afternoon.  UU Liver Weighed Tweety retied..  Cbmtvaua, Ills, Apr I TU—A post-mortem fxnminatlon was mad. upon the body of Dr. IL P MsrshaU Friday. It woe a supposition that the fatal iii turn was due to cancer of tbs stomach, lait an autopsy sh*,wed it to ho ta the Bvt r. It was of ai, enormous growth, weighing twenty jsjubkK The right tabs was entirely diseased and the left one nearly sa Twenty-two galiwtuBM were  LABOR CONFERENCE DECISIONS  Win, of the Points Rrached at the Recent Merlin Convent ton.  I Berm*, April TI —It is underotood that ' the decudons of th** labor conf reuoe, which will shortly ta* publirixd, comprise a recommendation for the optional establishment I of court, of arbitration constating of sin- I ploy. rs and * mploy«*d to decide dis put mw j th foruistkm ti workingmen’s committees Mug o laddered of prs* tiral utility for the jMirpam. Concerning th* execution of the ; sUp ilnttau bgrusd upou, the conference did Vet faW'T the estebliHiunent if an in ut na-I ttonal tabor bureau but regarded it as pre-' fcr.bk* that an taternatioual inta,r conference stattitl meet periodically for an ex-' riian^.i of vl *ws r.*gnr>ling tile ex jieriencra j mail, Iii the intern itio.ml tabor aw which will cou.lum, It is believed, to tbs internal ; peer. of the world.  A German OIHHsl Invulvml.  FT. BVTBX VV VG, A|»ril 2U—A irnsitiuu has teen crauU*! bere by the aiiiiouncemetit that e young woman arrmted a day or two ago for attempting ta brill* a government ufiiciai to surrender a copy of the govern | irieiii’s n iHiiiitsUua scheme and the plaits of I Uie Ku--mh fn-nttar (ortlflcations a ted un I it the orders of Baron Vim Bieeaon, naval st tai'be of th# Gel man embassy.  The New Catter I vc no*.  Lovoon, AjtU 21.—Tilt) now cutter Ivor-ua, owned by Mr. Jamceon, ta rea*iy for j launching. Mr. Ja.m*eon deni a that be bae M*> t a challenge to the New York Yacht chih for a rara far the America’s cup, The Iv.ma, he says, was not designed to rara ta Ane l ies, (hough sh. may do so when ber power* are bated.  Ant tv.rsarjr of H.aeonsfleld** Death.  Loudon. April ti.—The anniversary of th*, death (rf Lord Beacoosttoid w -.a appropriately ot* 1  rvcl Th* qu-'cu *»ut two beauitfnl wreaths ta be placfHi ta th. tomb of the gr**at statesman, at Hughen ten, th#  I tate I#ml Ii a«»ti«ft..M'* re*,viencu. Tho ayin-boite jwiiuroae wa. generally wont by the people.    _______  A astr* In Rioters Bayonet tort.  Visa na, AjwH 21.—Theetrik-r» in the Oe-trsu dttarict are raiding factories in their vicinity, d-lunging the works and com pridug the employs* to atap work. A col-I iKiiai occurred between thi* strikers in Polish Getiau and the tronjA Frid*y, ta whteh • i*bt of th i rtaiere »«r* wounded with bay-  oneta    __  Eleven Lives Lost.  London. April 21.— A coal vetoed ieasd fri>in Htih-lds for tin. pert has found, re*! at ara. Hli" oar rte I a crew of fourteen hand. all told, eleven of Whom ware di wried and three saved.  Violent Ntrthers at 1‘ragua.  Vienna, April 21.—Th** stnkw sat I Vague have fad-, uue intensely violent, and have had fr, qucit col I tai* hw with the ptdkw. Many  tek-n from the gall Madder, aune of which ^    ‘‘“ v     twsn    smvtad.  were as large *“ qunb’s egg*.  "CuhM' Vet. Want a Rata..  New Yow, April 21.—A Chartataon (St C.) special ays; The confederate veterans ta this state wsnt bigger pensions. For the last two years tbs state bas paid s jwnsion of 15 a month ta dis.hied soldiers or their indtg'Tit widow* This costs the state about iou,uob a re r. They bara issued an addr ««• (wiling un tha veteran, to meet and demand a rste Ut HOO and 1150 per, aa* cording to disability.  Pare.il Reausla. VI Im I.  Br LOVIN, A j nil 21- Th* .xwutive com-int I tee of the Irish Nato, eat league ad junrned sine die Frt lay evening without fixing a date t>w the a it convent ion or  btsurtag from Bern ii It wa. de* kiwi that .  ____  „ t _______ . _______________  a oonveoUuu be UM I in Bs I tim*,re, Md. but  w ^ a  m,, uili.i.Hsaire merchant, E. J. le«h no date wa* fix#*L A rabtegram wee mot to Barnet! Tues! »y. ..sing him lf he favored  The Threatened (Brike at Pittsburg.  I’itthN! BO, Ba., April ll.*—There ta no intjmh-isnt change ta the threatened strike of til* switchmen. Two meetings were held by (be men. bet what action was taken Is not kin*wn. The demands for an tacreaee of asgi rn <ie by lh* Panhandle yardmen is quite iu'*'«?r>te, eotnpfiK*d with the original list of grlev. u»* This matter ta ta the bends (rf ti tetra! Mnriajcr Watts, and the demsa I will pr >bab!y be roooeitad but wit bunt rec*igurioa cf the org.nisatioa. Th* conductors demand 24 o-nU j*>r hour for dsy work and 25 cent. p»-r bour for night work The brakemen demand Ii a hu jaw ta u-, <lay work, and IP rants per bour for mghi work  A Ch.ease Millionaire I  I hi* n e, AjhtiI 21.—Augusta Lehmann,  aril d  The  J®  rh -I*  tem « rate tho ■sated i Bt eta*  s eonveiitloa this yxr Th*, leader remained  si taut    ____________  Fired toto th. Trets.  Fond dc Lac, Wa, April St.—When ooa - duct** Btickney’s train arr.rad ta thtarity on the Chic Ag** A Norrbwraterv milwvy two window |kine* in <Mte of the cars were broken. Boite* one hs«i fired a rifie-bali through the mr just before the train enteral i J un .u An old g,*nttaman sitttag in the Mat te<tween the br*.ken windows ba*l a close call, Rte tail ort pi sui | very arar hie bead.  A Breed wa a Nia*-H*«r Day.  Ba adv vino, Bn., April ii.- The Boss Carpenters ani Bull tars and local anion bio of the United Brotherhood at ("arpentars and Joiners, of this phew, have agreed that ems hours shall couslttote a day's * ri after May I in-tea i of ton, as heretofore. The wag * es j ti be the san*- Bi ll- retofore paid for teu k*»ur» work,  QaV* I hare*.*tartaric af Ksaiss.  AzrvtA, Kau., April 31. -Hcrious Ironble tm* I, tm eaussd here by the burning (rf the Hu laird eh velar in tie* .enter .rf the city Th** city ta .ii el ted ta'** two (act mn* and .ach ac use toe 'ther of Iwiug the Clow) of th** fir* TFI trouble dates from the « rat of a tact vier who »pj*<Me*l the Cnth-I oik belial rn auricular conf sink in  I &  A. J. HOWELL  DKAUKK IN  OIL  CARPETS, CURTAINS, CLOTHS, HUUS Ac.  Our Prices  WILL BB FOUND  LOWER- Considering Qualities and Styles-  Titan in nnv oilier house in Alton. In coaicquriH'c of the GBF, VT KXTKNT * f our SALK') we vn* envhiml to «Io linsiueBA on v VKin I’LOSK MARGIN and it it v reu-ognisod fact llmt we Imudte by far  LAUHER QUANTITIES GF GOODS  TUAN ANY OTHKR HOUSE IN TDK CITY.  W UBN EV KR AND W KR KY Kit YOU SEK THIS  min rn kmos and sun teoellOdoTstn  TM* evciH  SIL IGR !SM> TMW assi «—< -f iwussa  IU Al IF. MAUK  I l-ON A STUVK OR UANQK YOU MAY BK  CERTAIN  That It ie the VERY BEST article that can be had for the price aahed.  A. L. FLOSS,  Third st, Opposite Belle,  BEE OUR NICE LINE OF  Granite Ware  MOOT COMPLETE LINE IN THE CITY.  Cl  id r™  msnti, I i- fieri a petition in the jirobate rourt a-king tor th** appoiutmont of a o**n i*r> vur for her buxhand's estop-, and ai tag-tag that las » uuua *. I he estate, lh ■ pet) tioa e ntav* ta w<*rth shout f .', '•* to,uuu. It ta p aywl tost a summon' may t^sue sgairnd Mr i^hmann, a. a jrovided by law, at the May term oi th* raurL  Two • HI Id ran Craniated.  Bs rn biikm, Ba., April 21.—The log-house of . .ruer Andrew Young, of Bennsvilta, n-tr bete, *»»» (htatrey d by ti «, Two little chil ira** of Mr. Youn*' were bum**I to death an I Mrs Hirilta. th* house k.-.*js*r, was hor-rib y tai rn d while rwtcuing th** other child -i so. I he fire was (anted By the explosion of a ami oil lamp.    __  Ka-Geveraer pollock tty tag.  Lorn Haven, Bn, April 21 -Ki Ouv-ern<*r Bid •• A ta daily growing weaker and there IS bat ii< tis bop *, if any, of bis reoov-try, ll-ta unable to Irave his bed and bls IO md SB well a- ii * holy ta weakening. Tho ex governor ta suff ring from a complication of <ii  Arrest af Absconder Pope.  Loc IS VIIXX, Ky,, Auril ti —A bl gram he* lie- a re ived ttf **w chief of police, Mal mg that w. ii. Bo; . Ie lev of the ( By M. UMI el I v.tk. Woo aine *nd»4 with #7U,«k of th i auk'* mads taw hwen errrated vt Late./, JU kl.  I im now receiviurf a ivr^e and vatic I a lock of Clothft, in all the prevailing shades, for Spring Suita, which I ain piepared to make up in th*  Most Fashionable Styles,  GUARANTEEING  A Perfect Fit  Reasonable Rates and  Complete Satisfaction.  H.C.G. Moritz. 112 Third st.  No 100-102 Fin! Second st J},  Colk   _*1    ajjiui    lui Sloven  Fire bucks War mu led to Last Five Years.  Mgpi MEAL" (JAEOLINE tflWffl.    Utritarvty,    5/*A*tiy^Ww   

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