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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - September 1, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 fit  ALTOIST BAILY TELEGRAPH.  VOLUME 30.  A I/I OX, ILL.. MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER  I HOO.  Pencil and Ink Tablets  An end!®** variety at lowest prices.  I  F  U  (More than BO of tot’ moat popular sharif*)  or Paper Flowers.  B aginners' Outfits, Materials, Etc., Etc.,  Hook Willamina th®  USES OE TI SMUK,  free  on application.  Third and Piasa sts.  ALTON, ILL.  The Tver |An POPULAR HJG  Sheet, Music,  (C HAS. J, DEGENHART, Hole \K*nt.)  CHOICE SELECTIONS  GASfCPlJLLY ARItANGED PW BEGIFWEf AND KOU I ID |>K ok TEACH ERH Or HIK  PIANO ANO ORGAN.  THE EIGHT-!* LAW.  NO 74  ill  > UHT  Adjustment  of  of the Accounts Laborers.  AT CRESSON SPRINGS, PA.  Mr*. I’n>tlil«nt Utrrlmi* and Party Arrie® ®n<t Aet on lait ilia, Native®.  Cramor SPKtsoa, Pa., Kept, I -Th*   P "  ...*■"»    * rriv “"    He    Attempt,    to    Steal    *20.000  < implicit Waltc.br............ ... De LuJli  fly Away Galop, by  ...............Wuin*  Gertrud# Dr. nut Waite, by ... H.udhovcn impatience (Banjo Galop) f by .atreebbo*  In tl*«> Hun*nln®, by ..... long-  Jucfc Frost's March, by .... ... . . Knish! Moment Musical, by  ............. ach u ber t  nay MI K.,n.la, br ...........Grv.-n*-  UusalanGrand March, by .....francis  atar of Affection Muxurka.by ..Hartmann Shower of Hawi (.alop, by,.,.. Htreabbog  "    "    “ Waite, by .......**  Wreath Waite, by  .............  Ac., Ac., Ac., Ac.,  —GI®*®  Ac.  THE LATEST.  Toe Sapping Stone, by  Sidney Rosenfeldt.  VOCAL AND I .NVI'1.1 lf KS TAI.) IOC a Copy.  OUR SPECIAL TERMS:  lOo Per Copy.  25c for 3 Copies.  50c for 7 Copies*  $1.00 for 15 Copies.  THE HOUSE DEBATES THE MEASURE.  Th® Rill Advocated and Antagonised by a Number of Member, af the lions*—  Remark* af (Ii I pm a., and Brewer of Michigan The Tariff Hill Still Oe*-tipi** the Attention of the Senate—Tapi* tai City New* Notes.  WANN BOTOS Cot, Sept, I.—The bouw Saturday morning devoted an hour to debate on the bill for the adjustment of th® account* of laborers, workman and mo- I     M     „  chaa lea arish,* under the eight hour law. j Ina fen second. tlTe new "comer, were The measure wa* earnestly advocated by behind cloned doors, and th.* crowd -total Caroli) of Kentucky, Dingle* of Maine wondering sod gn-dping about their gen Lo vert of New York, Morrill of f rnl  »Ppr*rnnee. Baby \f< Kee we mod to Kaii-ns, Flower of New YorkChipman of  H "*  m ' mt  pfuiuinenl figure in the Michigan, Characterised the bill aaa  gr ."" p  1   H **  had  " e * ru, *) f  entered the house -W-blft, . enou.'h  m „ra.„ .MU ! ,'h  ^oDlnioB it    "Mb hi* id.iyhotaee, and when he  opinion it mw the range la t;,*  ki ctlfcU he Wft0tw ,  evening on the limited express, having ^ May at • in the morning in a J special car. The party consisted of Mrs. Benjamin Ifurriiou and Mrs. McKee, Dr. Scott, Mrs. Dimmock, Mrs. Mussel I Ilarri-aon, Baby McKee aud two other children j and four maids, a crowd gathered at the , dei-ot to get a peep at the visitors. The party quickly alighted from their train,  I will 7*** TT >rted  J?  c » rr ‘age* which hmi been in waiting, ami were burrleilly driven i to I heir cottage, in front of the cottage was auntlier crowd that had assembled for the purpose of gaging upon the new arrivals.  from a Policeman,  after the election It meant uotblug,"» •    Smarten.    He    was    de-  wi.uid do nothing, and in his opinion wa* Intruded to do nothing. Instead of  sending the claim* to the court of claims, congress should send them to the various departments for computation and then congress should make the necessary appropriations. He would vote for the bill because the laboring men seemed to desire n, but he thought that they should have asked for a stronger measure  A Kid int Iou* Argument.  to start cooking right away.  The r.esMmt Still at Washington.  W AAB Ufo Tog CITY, •■Dp*, l.-Owing to the pressups of Import*nt public business the president did not g » to Cresson, Pa.,  BUT LACKS SUFFICIENT COURAGE.  After Firing Several Shots Ile Mount* a Horse and Gallop* Away—A Horrible Murder awd Lr Mb lag at Mayview, Mu. — t I t i*.lain® W.re-Hag MhovsiM at • colla, Ilia, —A Finn Hand Arrested for Murder—Oilier « nut aa.  Cincinnati, Omu, ut pt. I.—Add la ion, Ohio, was the Keene of a very sens .lienal Attempt at robbery saturday morning. About 9 o'clock a siree g r we iring along linen duster wa* ob**-tteu waikingaround near the station. Vt den the Durn from tile city arrived et IO o'clock, Leering the pay it i a* tar with about Agouti in .ash to pay nit ii e employe* of u„. AddUton Pip# and Si,sd company, Die stranger put on e black tUH-k and ran up t„ the company's polbeniait, who held *n mo . y in .* Urge satchel, and J ro* in mg a I evolver in cath hami undated hi ut to drop the sw**g, and .iiiiind.u cly bi gut. fifing. I*liepolicemen »lr„p|a* I the sat. bel and | it I.-d his reVob ver, mid flre.I two sh..is ai the mon, when he took to hie he,da, returning the fire  A Bargain.  I BOKE  (Thick Wain.) ■-urge Cellar  with Waler In House.  Br*w,r of lflcliia.il look    "uSUS*  IT V V.    ATA*    "T     w     usa** re I urn lug tim fire  Si „ I ^  11  nrr<in|f,Hj ,,<s h<M  an aver- I ***** be hod run some distance. When be  SS.uL'SJ'S.S’JS - ?'    “    r ,OI,UH *    "»    rn    "nt-1.  ie..ie IU. City until the early part of the —    ‘  wwtk. The president ie giving consider  porting the people, instead of the poop!. ! JJ".’""    '  h# publlc   supporting (he government Thee    I     ,my    B<M,P    1     b*    ‘nurture was larg.  Cfttotofrue FREI mm Appiim Won. nr Tin I It*ti FREE it* Atlrirf sa.  any  Cbas. J. Degenhart,  Third and Piasa sts.  Alton. II  Ready Mixed Paints I Oils  8t  - AGENTS FOK TUE--Louie Varnish Co. Fine VARNISH ES gad JAPANS.  v  Charter Oak Stores anil Ranges  Black Diamond god Asbestos Roofing. Building and Sheot-  . KW'  Fwc# *  lAti  » n(l  spraying Pumps. New Home  g  »ml Hbite Sewiug Machines; $80 each. Agents for the  Farm Mu.  —FINE LINE OF—  the same view, He hmm-rted that the men who had worked In the nary yards had entered Into a contract with the govern mcnt to work tea boors, and bad been paid for leu hours work. To say that they took the work under protest, and that they ought to be repaid for the extra two hours, was too ridiculous an argument to be presented in any Intelligent “•dx. This was a specie* of class legisla-tion. Too true w as It that the great l«ody of the people to-day had seemingly come to the conclusion that the government In some way had rn duty to |a*rforrn In sup e people, instal '  supporting the government. They seemed to think that there wan in this capital city a fountain of wealth which poured forth greenbacks, gold ami silver in un told quantities, and that it was the duty of congree® to so legislate that this money should be divided among the people, and thi* wa* the reason that they were asked for special legislation.  Proceeding. In the Senate.  After a few moments spent in the transaction of routine business to tits sen ate S it unlay morning the tariff bill wa* taken up, the pending question being on Carlisle’s motion to strike out the wool paragraphs so aa to place wool on the free list. Aldrich gave notice that on Monday would move that on that day, i I aeeday and VYed rime I ay the senate should take a recess from half- ( is*t 5 to 8p.ru Ihtnlel addressed the senate In support of Carlisle’s amendment. Fact* demotist rat cd, he said, that the high tariff on wool ; and woolens had been a complete failure.  !  lf that high tariff had been designed lo stimulate the American manufacture of I woolens, it h*d    lf    the    design had  been to increase the number at American sheep, the cultivation of flocks and the wool clip, It hod failed, lf the design bad been to decrease the price of wool, It hail I Hurried ad, 'J he high duty had not checked the Importation of foreign wooIa because those were necessary for the utilization of American woo la  A REMARKABLE CLAIM.  A Montana Man Hants Cml* Haas to Pay Him a aq, ooo.  WashDrown Ort, Bapt. I.—William H, IJ IHT, a cd lien of Deer Lodge, Mont., bes brought before congreet* a remarkable Cairo. He hee submitted a petition asking for the payment of 180,000 in restitution of certain property taken from bim by the act which iuoorporatod the Yellow-stoas National park Harr says In his petition that in I8T1 he went to the country now within the boundary of the Ye!-lowstone park and took up a squatter's claim of BM) acres, and that lie dim overed the mammoth hot springs and named them. “  ..    .    ---------— of a new  ut-Inet corn rules!oner to succeed Com rn I* •M'uer lliue, and be will probably name a successor before leaving the city.  A  PAN  THEREIN ILLINOIS.  startling Story Told by a Parmer Hear ('art bag®.  Garth AKR, IIL, s-p- ii._pef er jHck   son, a well known fermer llvlug a short distance northwest of Dart baga, carne r.i the city Friday morning with a startling story. Ile says be encountered a full-  t an larger than  any dog or vt *»J he had ever seen, and was a brownish colfT, It ran along the for some time then crouched low  OI  fen  d« sn. while its brighteyes were intently j ii c*l on him. I lie tail (witched nervous* lj to and fro.  Annoyed by I ti. Hr ream*.  Nothing daunted Jackson urged hie trembling homo to within sixteen fc t of the animal, which then gave an awful j aer* HUI Mud d:i*.*pp .iircd Bito some under j brush. Mr Jaehson says himself and . family have linen much annoyed id late I') the mct tm- of some creature and fiar a j time it ass fear d some woman or cbdd wa* in (lit re-.*, A tern ole com motioti ***    hear-l at night among  the domestic Animal*, but no attention aas paid to it until the neigh Im irs also began to complain of unearthly scream* In tim Vicinity of their homes.  Prairie t ire. la North Bassia.  Minmuwuk **!*• I.—The Journal’*  I hoke iiaon. N. D., special says; A wide spread sud destructive praii ie fire rnv H g«*l h Jiidr* d* of thousau is of atm* along the Little Missouri river two or three dsys ago about forty miles from the main Hue of the Northern Run Ac rail run. I The great range of the Ii. T. Cattle compsny wa* swept clear. Th* Dr* Was put out by nieaoe ^ horses which were killed for lits put pi *ae of tiring them ss drag* to exttn-gnieh lite il.tnie* lbs horses *urv split up tlie back and the carcasses dlagged over the rountry by long ropes I *„ive hundred bead of burses were »tan>i»edad to til# four w I uda  Carriages. Buggies aud Sprit lapps  Nm th. Itct KOA I) CART i° th. World for *10.  i. K. JOHNSTON, Hardware Co.  Ilurdware and  civilisation at the time.  Bid Net Recognise Kqiiatlers' Hight*.  Congee** in I an pasmai the MB incur* I por.itjug the Yellowstone National park, hut Hoer, on account of his remote loos Hon, could not communicate with con grefs and had no op|NH(unity to treat in behalf of his claim, although be attempted to enter a protest and aet tip his claim at tbe time, lie says that lf be bod been allowed ta retain his quarter section of land it would now be worth IN),bd), but tbe art which {acerated the Yellowstone park did nig recognize squatters' righto. It ' simply set aah ie so much of th** po idle d«  ; main to be us®*! aa a national park.  Rig lied by lh# Pres Id rat.  I WasmihgTo* ( ITT, Sept, I.—The preei-| dent ho* signed the meat inspection and I agricultural col legs Mils The pnsd __ _ .    i    also    signed th® sundry civil appro-  r211*111 iMauliinery. Alton, 111.  pHatiof *  W|1     **»#    following. An act  j for the relief of sett tars on railroad lands;  ; an act making appropriation for addition J a1 clerical force to carry out the prorlstous of the dependent pension lairs, to remove  ' .iii...    i , ,,  ........ l         I    the charge of desertion against the record  of Noye* II trber on tbe roils cd the navy department; an sc* to change the time of the session* of the circuit and fluirict court* for tbe western di*trict of Miaaouri; en act to authorise foot and carriage or railroads i.ridges across the Miarisatppi river near He l»anl. en act to authorise the comd motion of a bridge across the Columbia river, Oregon.  "    Ka    Brick Pant I a®.  New }okk Sept I.-The brick handlers returned to the work of unloading aorioOoo brick ai tbe usual price of write a thousand Hat unlay morning. I Iibarges were unloaded at the foot of Thirriet hstreet.which hod 1,5 IO,HUO bricks It wa* said at the off!.# of IV, k, Martin Lo. the* this aaa association brick. They are filling their contracts. They said that tory delivered I.ONI,ow brl* k* Dealer-eei rn lo think that there wilt lie no un* k   __ ^    _____ Famine. There seems to be little danger  Bor.-man wa* the nearest point of  ,,,v ' ,r ' bat tbe men will ba forced ont of  REDUCTION SALE  -OF  SOMMER SUITS ANO PANTALOONS  *  MA dp; to ORDER.  PERFECT FIT AHD SATISFACTION GO/DANTEEO  —AT-  l*r®sM®attal Nominations.  WajugxuTO* LITT, Sept. I.—The pre*I dent has sent to the senate the following  :  nominations: To Is* Toited States consuls J. F. Healey, of Minnesota, at Funchal; J. J. Exertion, of West Virginia.#! Teguei Kalpa; J. ll Kichardson, of Kansas at I Ms*am ire* Jh-ond I ink William F.  H.arveit Fiteenth infantry, to he Aret lieutenant; Second Lieut. William Y Htamjwr. First infantry, to he flset lh*u-tenant, William A Judson, to torn aster at L'heleea, Mich.  BRUEGGEMAN BRO’s.  (Sum essor to A. Brueggeman-)  Ar* -ti* .lion g and Genii Fumi.hing Good I Emporium,  <m    321    1‘1,'sa    street,  Bt.allowed tim Claim.  Wash I VOTO* ClTT, Kept. I.—In a let tar to the collector of custom* at New Or leans tbe treasury departmenl ha* disal lo wad th® claim at certain importers for damage on jute baggit g The bogging was injured by rain while deposited outside iii* warehouse. Tin importers were notified of tbe fact, but did not remove the bagging aud tbe department has dis- < allowed the claim on the ground thai it i cannot properly be termed a “casual!y " I  work.  Fatal Bael in Germaay,  Bl iux. ti pt. I,—A fatal duel f»u gin Friday i»e*wr**n Lie ti ta von Forstneraud Von Treuk In the forest of 1’erlidwg The weapons were pistol* and th® int^iiion of th® coiiiliatants was tight until one of them was kill®.J J 0  the fir*! exchange of shots lieut von Trenk was wounded in tbe breast, and in the second a bullet p.->*«®d through his ^ort, killing him iuatantly. Lieut, von t orriuer is still doittf duty as adjutant of the Thirty fifth tatfafitff?**-  l.*t»or la Bv in sail la ( o I ar aga.  DKS v KU, Colet, Sept I — Railroad coo etrttrtlon la Color® Is is yr aly rvtard.ri thro ign the ,n ibi By of tb#^.. n iponies ti. secure labor The Ik*uv«r am! Kin Grands i* the great. »t sufferer. Tbe oiiit tai. of Hi** road say they can give employment Ie from 5.t**i to n.tSKi men on thee® work* at Kl per day, ami the work is ae located a* U> admit of working all wittier. The se* eral ditch rcmpauk** ami smaller corpore Hon* are equally if not greater sufferer*  Cornbin*! iua ta tv I .ut ow Glasa.  Pi TTM.’no, pg, bkpt L—It to an uounied here that a combination of window gla*« manufacturers boa been effected. Th# c<*mfiaay will control the output of all win i>tw*giaee factories in the wet cm and uoeth.ru districts imrn® diNtcly, .iud ail the factories in the United Stakes ultimately.  How th® Italian. Bo It.  PAMA **pt I -At Halo' Oden ftopfritc De la DMO an Italian, aftr ruining a girl, deserted her Her family held a council. ami a* a result th® two mu lee of the g« r j tulle I IAdaro*u out iuto the street aud shot him dead The girt, a black eye. I ho* ut)', viewed the shooting and ex:, rosed no rvmovae.  The Rebrtag Ova «tlif%,  New Y*>uk, Kept L—A special from Ottawa to The Herald says; Hr John Thompson, tb>- in I it Ute.- of justice, has rein rued fr m Fug I * lid He says the Behring ms question is at (met ag attention in Kngleml among all cio*ee% Sir John is iii favor of arbitration of this lion.  hon*- Dial wa* in w iii.ag, and took a n .rtiieasterly direciiun, hotly pursued by  aUou. Mi of the nu.ploy«■,  A reared I iiglsver.  Hp threw off his duster, when be gig about a quarter of a mile. 'i n® pockets were lilied with t caliber cart rid fen bo-.u after this he abandoned the boro. In th# excitement h** dropp.-d one of hts r»-voJvvrs, now in {*w*e*«ion of th# officer* or tbe Pip# company. Joseph Itttyoock, Hie pol,caman,    a    twice,    both t;m.*«  it* the mug) lx.rhoo.1 of the grotu One of the company'* engioce wa* paaeiog just a* the firing tueuMwind, aud the engineer, thinking be ss* t* is ; fired nfioii, ahau d med hi* engine and ran. I he engine, left without * gut ling boud, ran through tim Littmfry jai ll ill. OM lot of durn;** and made a total areek of h >r«if aud tb« cars  GIVEN FIVE MINUTES TO PRAY,  Murder sad Lrwehiag Pultow I. a.-1.  Other PrMMi-*t'v In Hiaamtrl.  UXIKUTON, Mo. hep* I—A horrible murder and Irncttuig occurred at Mayview, ten ml e* couth of here, Friday moruing. C«pt. KL F. Parker, a promt-nent . it u n ,,f the county, was awakentMi sbmt daylight and mjueate I to open his •lore, The murder.-, made a prvuuweof btl) log clothing, aud when Parser's hq,.fr wa* turn * I att . kl* I him Witt. a hatchet, larker * tot*,*)! «%•»$« eat to pijoM.  tar.sii. I «pt*r. asg Lynch Law.  An ho ir Jsfct ti:* remains e re found, and when it I*-!ame known that a negr*» w,i* seen leaving the score - un® tim® tai b n, a vigorous pursuit wa* urbanised aud the ne fro. William Welt. r«, wa- cap  t,,m * He eonfp—®-1 rn the murd.-r, whii u *® t*uoiHilttirif for ilief i‘cif ;> **«• of rouU rf, hut only secu.ed ♦;    .i. a* given five  min Ute* to pray .-cud tn.-n ai mag ap.  A F.mIsI*. Fire Hug.  I Mild A, Ilia, F pt. I —For some ti mr part fire- have been sturtod in various portion* of thr city that we re un lottbtwllf the work of Inr.-nd ai i.*», They have mostly Domi <-oufilial t . birn* contpjning  live Ste* k, but \\ .rim* i i. and Thiir-dsy night* the pro® r*u it it* v-.i-changed ami the handsome residences of J. M 8h .ll, LA .Mirftvny ami Joim Hunter were llreii. I ii ii rad ay for the first tints a cit*# wa* ai-cove red, end that night Mud Lillie wpllif.m was arrested aud c*>ufe*«e.I to -tarting the three Ut tor fire. Aho says -he dreamed that the entire hlmk iii which -he lived wa® burned and seemed intent on having the vision verified, title shows i i -.deuce of insanity end will be ex omitted by medical ex i**rta  LOT 60x120.  "ft 1  a'SStrtSS**    ........"•“"r    >•  MUST BE SOLD.  Dor  r»Q  o  ey & Mann.  310 Ceile street.  WARM AIR FURNACES!  I A i 11 ) A N I ) K() Kf CX) A I,  ti:.  12-a S£C   fri, nti *  wou W * 'J we are now prepared lo pair old ones. Satisfaction in    w  uh ce* always on hand.  every cane  pat guaranteed.  In furnaces and re-Seoond- hood Per-  PITTS Sc HAMILL,  815 H IOIaIoK S r I 'iiKRT.  Natetg® af a l* -«rla Man.  NAUATt*. c, N. Y., Hep?, I —John F. Hon**, aged about m >vem, fatally shot himself In Uh* in*a.I In bi* Mom m th« Contmerriol botel Friday. He registered fn»m New V<>rk Aug W, lint totter* found in his pocket* lead to the belief that IVoria, Iii* , wa® his home.. He arrivod In Saratoga July ; and boarded at th® Wav erly hotel until W®dne*d»y tact, when be changed I*tbs Louintprdal botel. Cor oner I .ire has charge of t he case  Arrested for Msnl-r.  IdKtxM,*, Itta, Sept, I. - Frederick Krteham, a farm hon I, wa* arrested near hr rf Friday charge* I with the murder of James Paget, near Argentin*-. Kau , J un IWri Th® attack aa-mal- with a loug* kei-ii hlndwl knife, which cut open the rie-Um’sebdnmeo. Wbiielymgon thegroumt Net chain cm Fogag's throat to o,ak» sun* of hie work Tile murderer confessed.  It..alt at a Haugh tee'* Wayward®#®*.  Hic or. .an, Pa., Kept, I.—Mm. J. R M> K-nxte. of Duke Centre, McKean conn ty, Pe., coin rn it G.l sttiiid® by catting ber throat aith a rmmr during Hie |mra>le of th- Q A. Ii Friday. The cans# as Igtted was d*- len iency over a wayward daughter, who I* on inmate of a colored house of prostitution in this city.  It 41 Her ('afar! Must® tor ('arr®*.  < Alif», Iii* , .v|t(. I. Lii2,ric*s Carrow ingro. remised an erd>r Friday morn lug to r»jM>rt to Oui J . in W«*o,l postmea •rn, I ,r duty to the rail war mall oervtea Cwrrm ta not Bk if to get ibm ph«*. he in Iu jolt h.*rv for th® murtor of D «. lit ft;,*, another ti 'gr.i, at Hodgee Park last Saturday night  IT S NO SECRET.  TbAi our STO'’K is tho  a-.    i    >    OU    8    '•    *“«■•  CARPETS:  lapp fry.    Body llrusNp'H  Ingram,    Art Nqu.iros,  Bag or Hemp.  ii i  I1 ^ ll  pUHTAIJXTSj  Dado or Plain,    L ilc „  or  i» 0 rll«r.  „  u     IP J RUOS:  l ur Moquotto,    Smyrna A Oriental*  Linoleums, Oil Cloilis, Wire and Cocoa Mats.  whether you wish to buy or not  frequently at our  Th* establishment,  A. J. HOWELL.  V  I  I am n ie  *| IHM  Rarthqaabf in th® Bautta® Veil®r.  VlKMVA Kepi KfCi-ral earthquake •bock* we rf f it in the Danube Friday from Alist etui to ti rein  A lt*< f far a Kl.luw  I *KritOIT, Kept I.— la-a to Clare and Albert But tor. living In Birnstde township. had an exeitiag raoi* for the baud of a widow who ha I pr .ttti***i to marry them bt*th K-. h knew uf bi* rival'# lo en)(on end each hired a bo#hi to drive to th* Widow’s bouse, after *ert|r»’ig the nr re® eery dont i«**nt» Butler was rn bar*] 'ack, as he got a hon*, that was * ck, aud whlto his h -rse wa® st auding ta th* road Clam da-hr*! by ami arrived at th® widow's bon-'® leu minute® ae id of Hut teg, and by th® time the tardy young man arrived at the jii-ttee's bott*- lo urge his t ass the widow had be -OUI • Mea < ’• irt,.  tnwr .ii . s i i    a n( j    varie I stock of ClolHa in all Lbs  pwvailiig alia Ic*, for Spring itll!*, which I    inn*    IM  Most  shin ks lasted leg mu ut#* I ii# river rose ie lung ilnea -miliar to th® wave* caused by a *tcamr* paddies.  aril.,ll.,cr ax I VII ii in,I. Lag,  8t Jig!* X' ll,, Kept I—The a booger lf IVC i O . • r. -Hi! .lr Black Pout  valley sud all hat. - i int The bu tic* of CapL Ti*# Smith, a sail >t att I ^.rl ii .in.- I Smith who  • n prepared lo make up i* tilt  Fasliionable  Stvles,  GUA1UNTEEING  A Perfect Fit,  Reasonablt- Kates and  Complete Satisfaction.  H. C. G. Moritz. 112 Thirdst.  wa* on  covered.  Miter  a pleasure trip haw been re Tin* vessel soiled from Apple  fillip  wig* nitre  Sa  .-.T - ——  * wsnstig. Ua la re aaa mw  Mkt*‘I st UHS, N  ar*® rye a, mt—ga, HI.   

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