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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 8, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH.  VOLUME  ALTON. I LL., FIR DAY EVENING, AUGU8T  1800.  huh OHI*I-.,*100*1 convention ha, noKil-  hi T *1?*?**  8 D  tom*. Ttala gives him  hi* h'Diii term in congran.  The Stale Convention Held at Cedar Rapids.  CHAMBERLAIN HEADS THI TICKET  It. im,I,IXomlR.ilon In Alth.m,   Al * 1 AUU  *’~R‘«hnrd Austin nominator) for congree* by Iii* Republicans of th!, district.   :  MW ON TUE JEM  NO 54  ANO  The Ever I POPULAR I UC  WIMES  Sheet Music.  J (( HAN. J. I UCG KNM A BT, Soto Agent.)  CHOICE SELECTIONS  AT CXX3T.  CAIIKL | |,\ AltltAM.KD Ko RPOrxwrpa  •#“W« mutt have Room for our NKW HTOCK of albums and PAPE-TKRIEH now under way. Hence, we offer our present stock  PIANO AND ORGAN.  AT OOST.  i.J.UBfi.,,,*, i,  Third and Piasa sis.  ALTON, ILI  Ch option Waits, by.......  Hr Away Galop, by  • 'Wtnid# Dream Walts, by Impatience banjo Galops by In tlw Sunshine. by .. .  Jock frost’s March. by... Moment Musical, by .  • ‘lavful Honda, by .......  •tt<Mian Grand March, by -tarot Afflation Mazurka.by -bowerof goats Galop. by.  ** W aits, by Wreath Waits, by............  * r o Ac-. Ac., jtr  •    ll* Iai II I  ......Wall!*,  beethoven. m real, bn ic I/into . Knight  • Krhubert.  • • Green**, --..rranets, i Hartmann, i -treabtmg  - Glee*  Ac.  THE LATEST.  The Stepping Stone, by  Sidney Rosenfeidt.  VOCAL ASH IS STK! MKN TAL) It* a Dopy  OUR SPECIAL TERMS:  10c Per Copy.  35c for 3 Copies.  50c for 7 Copies* $1.00 for 15 Copies.  (.'ala lo ini* FRBK on Appl!?*  a I".’ ° r     PKKE    to    Hilt  Add real*.  Chas. J. Degenhart,  Third and Plata its. - Alto n. “  Ready Mixed Paints I Oils  -§ AGENTS FOB HIK—  «. Loui. Varnish Co. Vino VARNISHED sad JAPANS.  Charter Oak Sieves and Ranges  InTiw'’’Tor,’, 0 ' 1  L.t^* J* 004 ."*’   nu nod Short-  »nd WhTu « '    ,    '    .nil    spraying    Pump,.    Nev    Homo  «d White Sowing Mach.nea; *30 .act,. Atren,. for ti!'  Celebrated Metter Fan Mm.  —FINE LINE OK—  fumes. Bomi  8«Uie Bott ROAD CART 'n lh.- World for SIO  IIL  M« I* Nun I,,,!.-,|  fwr     ^  awd I*, n. M alt I, htl.iiH fur Judge of  th* fen|-1 rn,,. (..an-Vlew. of lh* t  I v*„u„„ a*, lh* T-r.tr yu-Mlon * i,.,  • hp PIh I lo, mi >»y, af tb« Klpptioi, mn — Other I’olii teal Items,  * kiiam Rapiim, Iowa., Alin. A~At IO od,ml Wednesday rn*,ruing, whan Chair man . J, Ilium railed th* Ihmiocratir  , Mat* convention to order, UM delegates,  I irpyw**„tl.,u „ rtiry colintjr |n the m   j we^ present After pr«y« r , iii,I fc Mr rail, t*m|Mirary chairman, addressed the convention. After warmly commend I ng Ik-hkm ratlc principle* and denouncing |    aril.    of th* day. the apenker  “In our own Mat* th* democracy has   1  -Ut ll*, uam,. dishonest methods, t he MUM hoiri# of officeholder*. th* msum moneyed monopole, to fight. Hm  Iik<l Jarob of   , J. f    «*»' *1If lit, and after a  third of a century cf dishonesty and corruption in state government the Kaputt!-can party of low. wa. unhorsed  ,"7""  M th *    Rapa btl-  can state of the union In DOO we have the sn prattle satisfaction of knowing, I,  triotte f’’™" ' 1 hy tLmt  noble and pa-  22^ lur'"'  mo,i  "•**">">' Horace Wailea ll/ the way, there I* harmony of  •wind in th,m two nam**--elevate*! and  H  !  n *  not at  • ,I  n^ion.ble  ^° Cr * U ' WO ° ,d  **1 J° lnt   , Nominal ell a Ticket.  voImT     of     “»•    *d‘lr«a*    wa,    de  voted to an arraignment of the Hepub-  KrTJT rty a, ' d UM,n     to    low. Dem  OC rn t, to work for .acoma in the coming  mpalgri. After toe announcement of th* committee* the convention took an Adjournment until I Jo p  of i A l fl^u fl * rn00n . •* Nwlon  **• U. Pbelpe.  A lentic, wa* ch,wen permanent chsir-  length. It* following nomination* wen* thru i ii ade. Secretary of (.tate, \V. ii hamberUin. of Independeno*; Jodge of  supreme oourf, p. B. Wolf, of ( clar county; manurer, ll L. While, of Wayne county; auditor, George A Witter^  Ida county; attorney general. C ll M ackey, of Keokuk county; clerk of .u’  PBW. "WI,TI. K H S„ ik .,, oi TmZ,  county; retorter of supreme court T W  akmer V  M, “*  f  c ° unt Ti railroad eomml*-■loner, Peter A. Hey,  the l,|g..or tjm-.tlon.  In annection with the liquor question lay,    Adopted    by    the convention I  T*?*?* 1 ti ' v     reerecting    the  control of the traffic in Intokkwtlng Ko*   0  U  f 7-/r h h ‘  U “, ^••"‘^ratie platform IvT.n 21*?*™**  hf ,b#     «*    the  elation Of thai year, and we an- | 0  favor '  ^ ,uoh legislation, state and national ae effect.-     Ut CArry ,h ** MIC/ Into  View-, ob the Tariff,  On the tart lf question th* platform  ,    “W« .re In favor of a tariff for revenue !  only-* tariff reduce,I to the lowest rate  am* .tom with the need, of .necoulmlS  1  ad nil ii let rat ton of government Ll,, nom toliftcco, and all luxurie* should be mad* to baar, ao far aa p,«elble. the burden^ of ta nation, and the iieoeaaarles of life  (  *hould, ao far aa poealtte, be relieved We oppose the McKinley bill aa an ahu** of i Mw Using (tower In favored the wealth* corporation,, pooh aod trust* by which •ur mnniifarturera' InternM* are so bum. Ayjaytwltod. It ially dlacrimlnate.  again*! (be agricultural luterc.t* of  oountry by compiling the farmer to buy what ba need* aud aet I what be produce.  In a mono ted i i t « J market. W* are in f*  T° f  « uclpDwity, not alone with Uh-  SSlTll iSir* Ameriog, bat «,  wei! aa With all other countrie, whoa* market, are op*o to our product*.'  The Lier I Ion, Mill Deaouneed.  Tile platform conUinod th* foliowli,» upon tile federal election. bUh    ^  elect luna bill passed by the lower boul* of congreve ta a menace to the free-dom aud purity °f our elector* It place*  £^x ,f "” v r M st<,u * at th *  (liapoaa, of the party la power; It enable th* manager* of the patty to employ aa *    *? **  11 Jw * m * ncoeiwary to carr*  on th. work of It, campaign, and to do tbl* under prrU-nae of auiwrvUlug *.le,--  ernln it    •**  rr » po Ital bill! y of gov-  •rum, ut to the people by Teat I ag its enormous power, in offloerN bolding by ap pointBM-nt aud for life We he lev* that  tb# people of th* various localite, t-.n be  ••fely trii-ted to oonduct their own ale, tioiis, arid that the power of congree, to  % t Tr?!lV Lg     *«£•.    -.<1  return of im member* ta audit-irntTor pro-••utloo against local sbttwi,"  DnwgrrMlonal.  J;*®, Ctrl. Aug. A —Th* only buAjn, ^ don* In the bourn W*dnmd.y •» aa the adoption of th* conference report on th'original package* bill in favor of ie aemite bHl which applies the law only to Mr,none. TTie r.-,t „f the day wa, d*. voted to partisan debates.  Russia's Edict Against the Se-matic Race.  THE CAUSE of the EXPULSION.  LUCKY BLUNDER FOR WILLIAMS  j M* Aet* a  H nm K  K«rt„„. f or   Nu.trrrd Out Mf the Army.  A Tt-n nam, Kan, A ag A~Thomaa T. ■ IIi.inu, „f thb, county, baa just re, aired notice from Washington that a treasury * m I payable to his order for kkJ Sd) will I- forwarded to him in a few days. th* ame ti* mg in aocordmioe with a hill rn*  TST     oor, * r "“*    in bls behalf,  o i Ii lama wan a •M.xmd lieutenant in a  1     7    wwlnmnt and wa. wound  d at the Im*k1« of Wilson's creek Keinu  no longer fit for duty he w „ I,, im,  dU T char*;rhl from the service, but by some nven-idht he was not mu,t„rwd out until a year ago.  Gel Thirl) %>,r, Hark fay.  He applied for burk pay for the time he-  date ba'tll °* O'  U<rt  P <| l r ,,n,, th « T    <**    nearly thirty  > arx and there boing no law tncovnr  Sntr  Hct wiw  '» h, »  wuii .  mnry  ** v?n *' Incredible, but « I 111,I ma Is a r. put abl# man. and goo-!  U‘JritV  W W?m n ° W  , h ' m VOUch for ht «  ,I *-  ii ii  1,11  Aready on th* pen J5® »l #• J a month on account of his  wound.  Over Gar WI.H.m nr..,.,. WM, He «^,r„ from Their lime What Hare. |«,rwh Ma, i« * w , „ f ihm  (tatter -K.l I tor  O-Hrte. awd „u It rid r    ......  by Irt.h  M d Liberal Heather, of p ir . I lamest.  A Bargain.  ► •tat Kepi...I.,,, at K*»gkam.  Krrtjti.HAM. 111*., Aug A - The large work, of the KlHngham ('aiming and , ”  PlM? king eompanr were the scene of » frightful    >i Wednesday after-  •mon-    J i’»fw. superintendent  took a    J* r *l ,,n d    *«•, null  .!?  p wmal  rough a scuttle h.de Into t he basement. Just  • rpm bed the fl,s>r a terrine explosion ttew aim,mf th# whole brick wall out of th* MSI side of the building Hope ,  h, i?» W#r *  burD, * d fTO ’ n  hi* body iud , bis lloah roast,-1 bi-* *irs being burned to  a crisp and all his hair burned off. He cauli,,; recover.  Trying to Kit i;,.i Hon ad Hates.  New VoftK, Aug H —The Jdut committee „f the Trunk Un* assoria riot, sud th* i ,-nUral Traffic association beg.ia a two-da> see, don here Welnssdty. the ccm feren,ie b ing called to fix a uniform clam Of rat -a on .ii east bound freight freon Ujkmgo to the seaboard. Thirty si*  mrn , lier., tepnsH.r.ttng »ixty roads, were pre* . ,, 7* r f’„ li  l^chard. chairman of tnt Antral Traffic a<•*,*-!.Hon, presided.  I he <|tie«uqfi n( uniform rate* was finally SU I on I ll cal u a sub cut mitten  A Mew MI eta od 1st Idiversity.  ' "•'•KS I rah. Aug A —Th* oormw stone  Of tie t’tah university (Mc rho hat) wa, 'aid J iMlay aft. moon with appropriate , and JgHWuat oetemonkw. Th,- series of  building, comprising the university will  I    ‘if*    in***    »••«•*•'hall,  lucite* bulb library, laboratory, gyn.na  a#Hut, cdwervatory and ms; bu,,a of the  bu ulty and will ba p i.he] rapidly forward  bicompietiou I be estimate I cwt ta AM. WW BUh. p \ u oeni aet the stone and made the principal ad drew  Ma < st Ii,•lira Meed A yyp.  WiNs-rKii. Ceti rn, Aug. a —It I* learned that the Ansi.,tm Gilbert w!uo.tl„n.l in ■titut,* lo lie established In Winsted under the will of (be late William L. GII-bert millionaire and philanthropist, la to  he of rtcln.ir. .I, ar arter. He will pf*.v,des> that no Rouian Catholic shalt l» educated or imployed In any capecity In the u»tit.,lion, and that .ii peewee us lug lUiuors, beer. or tobeceo shall be ex ciiidmi from its advantage*,  The Temperas es War ta Kaasaa  „    _    J —ewa a* fi aa*  v  VVI , Fv ‘  L A K  • .Aug * lu„ k*wp. re  Hardware and Farm Machinery, Alton, III , Wodneaiiay by order of Count}"' A^orn^y  I FLtpy    .1,L    L    *  ( Ive** R«w | M  Mlrntg**.  Ishkkmimo, Mich., Aug t- Hough’s clr cit* was handed roughly here Wednesday night. The advertisee trm Uliuon ascension fatto materialise, eo a mob of several thousand people tor* th* tent to PKW**, mobbed th* cireos p. cpl# aud (sgwl everything In sight A small (h> Ute farce on tho ground found it •tnpoe-•Ihle lo atop the riot. Tbs circue hand. «w,a(iml with their lives and th* cloth**  tn«*y flint cm,  Thm N tit ion «!    pit tai Ion.  WAj,ni\r;To* ('ITV, Aug. A- Mr Hor ter, ,ti|s»lii,tend«ot of the rousts ,* yt  ♦ hat th# count of tho population of the country ti*, nrur««ded far euougb for him to say that It would be oomnJete alsnit Sap* I, II. says the total populi ti, ii will either just existed At,(Uh tam „ r  (si jn»t a little Is*low ti.«t niimlwr This » a n,tt' h smaller number than oreviuus est i mutes.     v   UMBQX, Aug A —Most of the diplomatist. * credited g, the St. petersburg  gmcruin.-nt sec,,,  U ) have take,, on them «*F WNrtrtd.VGog th, mvnt Z'*T m     »*•-    rig-rm,*    tn«tmen!  <d Jews by the I (ass is a sutburif and w* dec, pine ,,r. th. priutcl stateio nfs on hoth -Mrs of     thHt  ^  tr||j .  rn ta, Ion r>f the situ aion may md he un welcome. I),parches have »„*„ rom the Rnembassy „ s, I Wr »-iHMg which completely r rn,firm tho re  memo    *     ,h *    rn-  meat to rn tk* a whoie-al.  am j rigid ap-  |dI,-.aiI,to .g the e„st ag  c dHM against  th* J***s, which have n,v#r ,,-t been | ri .   r "—  WHI It* A. Mhwieaaie I ap Alatern  A csb , rdisp,„,. h frwiu  Waahltigton h«. iaa n siuit to tb,- newspaper, of KngUnd j. ct tbst til. American legation in Bt. I vt cr-burg, iora,^.,. In a request  ^'sssnzsr  ,h ‘  to *    ' ,lf '     1     ‘hat    there    is  I his statement, si*,.ding  H4 „„c. tends to mislead Hie pit bi ic. It is    , r1|r th   "■WISIWC U.L., «hTl. A S.I *"’.' 1 ' "fi'Si* ass  **** f r  " n  Urn*.!* hut, airhotuh lliu.r.r lh. .1. 01,1 I,, , u     I    ;  hern ord. n-d of the exis»ing edh-K which  iSTkiJzsiiri. 1 **'- ■"•>«  u ~  « m iv I sh-vance. ut,,,*  Bnd   a.a&sagsn.3i sr .rs:!  S“hSf2 ltol ^ ,18ai    tb#  ^  A Trivial K*mus,  JI     hv  lf*  J w ,,h  ‘-«nmit-  m>r I (utai? "  w< 11  'V‘* ^dm, .hat Ii, Ll    ail! bedrivel* fro, n  I  nmi' tET TS—  by  "ZZ  uwnL The re.-,- rn given, th*, many of “"V"' Al»r "nj,,,  "*™,y '"I •»,, Mw I rn I,  -XJiTiV”'- ' ' e.LC  scare who h Rn eta is I* ft, •    :  I    HHJ 0 * r bkH . “  '-Iv must  | '* »a.|* tca tt)f ,^  tw  JpNm i tflV c iwcotne rallwr promm, p, «.,c trek. end pr  I D    I ll*! Vt ti*** ll.Hi jaw., S    ,  thftii |»M. filii 11     #    n    9mm   I .j. Livrefoev, fur **»*• sake of  ' "tit of all G L‘^V ’**  ,i r ' «» ist ihrtwt Alt of Si. ti„., r  aivan*agt-.,  M  p,an|.i-ek  The Li».lu« ag Jews.  Ii V* ^  f u ‘ '* 'fa'll If (bt ae.  na Th,- L u. owl Oiaap i • on, Mince that I the efu.|as af Jess bom ,lu. i , sod s!!   1  I--telly from Hoi.in.i i,  n ,  v , „ lU to  Af. M si realty, havb.g a,..,., .. j    ' I  teiff"*"" i ”'    '  „7i' •ewtri.-ta  : l,.„.|    ll..,,  a J and , aking si rang.menu tub.com,-1 permsaeot meldenuad that coy, t,v a  nnmbn-of the r e .. , , lfV   .....^    *  Knglan.l, nod rh.- r. ,U .I, „r, ted J*,,.  SrTlwl a« - Ute test) of Ileiirew has ie . r» hen*.  Heiilt, *»t'n*SncAflc^*' ,>opllood « Handy u  MUST BE SOLD.  Dorsey & Mann  310 Belle street.  WARM AIR FURNACES  J I A lf I i Avn..........  n A IID AXD SOKI' COA L.  'WU  -•sc  / _ st  e s   a ' j  t —  I  js  * — Im  *• ** i f* kl* -   S- t * |  tm aw  * * 0  ; a- -  his  S  rn  H B 4  5 2 I I r r.  A rn  a •  M es  paTr®o!To^ d H * ‘sf'ic'X *n     prer,JU,lHj    U)     Put    in    funia.    o*    and    re  UEC- allays on hand     in     Kuarantoml.  ItIrseH Ss,. u,7sslas Lies. JTT' ”  11  Hirsts ft. aa.  thoriiy for lite et alem. it tim ti*, Ji-oiala from M Hat crab. i rg ,, rv 4 arl to  t  bs-  wif.ci i T    ^ r *    ‘■nmsui atw-rts.  which is true, ti,st no new rules haw u,.„  ■djqde.1 a* u. the Jew* What is (he fai t  BHthat oM and severe siatm.,  which  ^  SSTts^lhl    g***     rl -«‘»y vufur»e,|  Tim ^    “I"*"     UM> J '*»teh is.,,  utetmn, especially of the more remote dis  PITTS & HAMILL,  ♦*1f> HKUjK HTKKJKT.  OTHER FOREIGN ITEMS.  A. J. HOWELL  PEALER IN  ItisriiMiiae the I arc f ■•asiiMiptlaa.  Aug a —The *Wr! j„ ¥  , hf>I|MI  engaging the sttention of ti** m, ficjy eo^. gres- in session , 0  Herlin is Hrofeaaor Koch * thonry that oonaumptlmi u a cum-N..nc„. TI-    ,,X-  discoveries in ref. reno# to cholera have trn*' > m.tigsted tim horror, of th., JI! IM*, baa formuUt^i a rn th-I of lr.-*, ■lent of iwtivnls alii . ted with cor,sump lion which he declares to be effect, ve Ut ^eehlng tho rav«., „ „f that disease and tewteriag the auf! ref t„ b^|  u     ” ‘  'AKI* Lls, Cd HT AI NS, OIL CLOTHS. RCUS, ai  * v ---   c 7     si, 11 *rTM l  Floor, chitlin! with Umping common  Cl Ii iffiMn (’*•<■ I** alL- M i..„ j-j. ti    .  REDUCTION SALE  I faUteitem by allowing drinking on their premises. Au order of seiiun- aaa issued  to the Sheriff, who baa not s.  yvt m - r ,„i  * IT  Um ‘ **  wU1  fa* IMiraonaUy bald resp.Risible, and ti* doubts the legality of a seisure. Both parties have given bond aud are running their places wide open Several other pack ag. iious*» also ut* running, but do not allow drinking on or about their premises    *    I  nettles)sat of a strike.  Fa (LU I VI, I, s. IL. Aug a-The strike of the Boot and Mho# Workers' In-ternattonal union for * rtetoration of a t per cent cut down at th* latest* of IL lelgerly he Moo, has b eu settled Ie fa Tar of th* strikers, the terms being Th* wage* restored, a union shop in the fur un*, and the ultimate rnfemuoe of future trout*.e« to lh* general board of th*  It&iiyfi  O'Hr ten an.I It,.J, Kul*rtalae4.  lg>XD)iv, A lf i-'lr an I Mrs William O |»r^a were entertain    -»    b*a-  qtaet Wediiesday by the l.ish and Liberal memiwi * of i^rlteuMtnt an I a nninher of prom I aru I Iris’, .bident* of th,, nutiupo lls A Uripr comptoy aa. present, Tk* K*» *» ^ *■ America was rw ^     >jy    Mr ’ F'** («»faid, of Huston.  — -of-  SUMMER SUITS AND PANTALOONS  MAUK TO OI ti) ICT I.  PERFECT FIT ARD SATISFACTION GUARANTEED  —AT-  The Mi-«u«ipp| Alii****.  HTAMaTILLE, Mise , Aug. A—Th* stat* aliiauce held their second day's eemion ^ edueaday The committee cm th* subject of memorializing the constitutional convent iou reporte.1 against a property or bitnet iou ai qua 11 fica! Iou for -mf, age provld.-l that this is not to he construed ae in op|MMi i Ion bl the Australian or sec int *>steal rn ballot, declared ogsinst trust* and ask iv I adopt!.m of a otguitli uiional amendment agal net them, and asked that ta* terms ut the state and principal  •punt) officer, be limited to four >e*r*  Ute iiuumhent to be made Ineligible to  1  Succeed himself.    *     10     .  8 loth Dakota Orator rat s.  Ghahp FilUh\ N ||, f  Aug. I.—Th* North I dakota Democratic state convea lion nominated a ticket, heaiied by J„h n   i S" v^„ 0f    f    r  ^wn'xt,  and W. ,V Hon. h, of fairtmore, for gov ernor. i be n*olm im, favor tariff rw-form, tbs re submission of u,,. prohibt Hon q Heal em, and free col nog,- „t silver •Bd oft|. se tbs I-4ge Idil  A t’eaalerfeller irrr,t,,|.  MpmtmKUA HI*., Aug t-Thorn**  Justice, of Ainu ft : I IIG , ha* teen  rUM  Ding * counterfeit rn ney factory et that •tao#. IU was ngoing duilara, balf-dol-Ur.-Muster, an I uu-^U IU eel ar  IS^V t*     m * (tm ,Ur - i! '' 1  Hoi tart  Md Ink. ll tefrme ( awimie, kM| r  J ir-(|fur ,j  at Kj.rin (ii- id, and a quantity of th.  •ounterf.it wmtwy fi.ij eJ on  He nae (aac-l over in ll <01 bm I. y, *  apfs-arainw ai lh • Hr vt I tm of the United  »**•«. grand Jury, ami failing to  tate'ta he wa. srnl to jail.    *    *  °ur Prices  WILL BE FOUND  LOWER-Considering Qualities and Styles**  < JKK AT T;X rp;xV'of' ouJ s \LKs  ,n con * ef l‘ lence  °* ^* Huaineas on ■ VK BV Cl OSE u tRnv* W     lo    do  wni-l («, ,U, „    “    “    *     re ‘-  LARUER QlJ.LNriTIEM OF 0001)8  I HAN ANV OTI I KH HOLSK IN TUR CITY.  SPRIK,’ SUITS  ■*•'111*4 I* a I lead tar k. lit rLKH, Mo . Aug. B —The Deinocrata  id tlw-Twelfth Mi*-o«rt d Ut rial, repr*  ~~ -*—w* vMowt, repre •anted by iteprrw.r^aiu e  Hume, nj' I here nwduesday to nominate a candidate tm 5M2?     1  |  K *‘ ,, ‘     W * r ''    * audldate* in  o '    -    —    - - —    v auoHisrea it,  the field,and abe Amt haitet Mwuite-l Un Mbh-h st a late bour I ad nut brnti broken.  Tliry ti mu! D*|m-w Hill .. Agal*.  Ai h \sy. N V. Aug. *-:U execttUvw faaod.g distil I s-embly im, Kn.ghU of LSI**. Will UMS-I auh til* general *x*c U   •ire Ur l in Mew York to em,side* Lh* ex i-ting dun ai I ie, en the the New York Cvn’roL I he fn U>wiu« a*- rabid yew teeday to I heuiioey M fj -oc* .•  Drjmly Ma.ter W.wk,„,« £ J Your snlswdiH.afe affie i, ar,- dl». h*rg.  BRUEGGEMAN BRO's.  (Successor to A. Brueggcman-)  Mink Tailoring and Cent ) Furnishing Good) Emporium. 221 1’ittMU street.  W oui, ii Set,sill Tra.tee*.  Ranpduk, lf. Y., Aug 8-Mr*. J„. ll. 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