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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VOU VIII. NO. S366. rKUNTON, IUR8DAY AKTKKNOON, JbLY 15. 1890. TWO I HE LAKE CITY HORROR. Over Seventy Bodies Have Al- ready Been Recovered AT LEAS1 ONt IllMHltD DEAD. The Cyclone Good Yum liy Touk to tliw Cullai and At ere but the Schuimleik not uud Met a Hmilljlu I ute LAKE Cm Mmn Julj to be no re t6un foi tht fust tbti muted of the iiumUr of luis lost ujiuu Penm, neai_heie, whtie tlm (.tour ilun stemmr Sea tjy the cyUojit huuday eieuina At lenst 17o people were on the ill fated liont but twenty five rre and m all proba- bility ntuil) U) persons drowned The work of itscumg the bodies tw torn menced tajly Mondaj moiniuy, and by noon bodies had been The work is still lu proaress, and at _fre- quent Intervals a hhout protlaiint the fmd Ing of many that will uever be found Gallant Soldier Bojg at Work. The n ork of the boys of the 1 irst regl meat, who came down from their camping grounds is a man el llure are two working at the wreck trjmg to draw it asunder in hopes that the bodies confined may be released 'Ihe work of cutting the tubiu progresses slowly o-wing to the fact that the sawing and ehoppmg has to be done Ljiidu.i.mtli the of the Wtttor At 11 o'cloek two guns of the First B ittery of artillery were brought to the lake side, since that time they have been fired at intenals of fne minutes in the hope of bringing other bodies to the sur face The name of Adurns of Lake City, was sent out as one of the dead Adams, however la alne and well lining floated in the lake neurlj all finally landing about live miles Lake Citj and_walking hujiie wfter Adams had a life preserver on and in ad ditlon secured a huge plank on floated throughout the Life Filled with gea Weed There is a great deil of adverse com meiit noted in ngard to the life preservers' used hen eut open onlv a fevv of them were found to be composed (f eork a mu Jority of them being filled with hea weed or rush that would li't huld itself afioat alter it became satinated with water Capt Wlthereu, in command of the when she went down, appealed ill Che morning report tHat lie Ead fled owinK to his indisenet rondmt was erroneous It seems that the officer was -overcornp completely with fear and when he turned the steamer about fehe sunk The wrecked steamer has beui pulled around and neur -the 1 a bar0c run itongsi'k to pormit tlio to use it in the work of getting into the cabin An army of men was employed, and with the ai 1 of and piokh H portion of the cabin has been knocked away Six more bodies have been taken from the cabin and there are still more deeper down under the water The lake b filled with debris from the boards and life preservers strewn on the beach fof up the lakB stiofe A Deerriptlon of T ake Pepln Tiake Pepln where the accident to the occurred is simply a broadening of the Mississippi river between Minnesota U isconsm Here the bluffs of the MlulMippi rise hundreds of feet high on side, forming a gorge or canvon, dowu which the hurricane swept with re- force At the point w here the boat a nuud bai tku Here in comparatively mild storms the waves run cry high When the storm beaten boat was driv en up near this bay fury of the wind was at its height, and It was blown over by the wind and in- gulfed by the monstrous es as f it had been a fragile eggshell '1 he little town of" Red Wing where so many of the excur lived, is m deepest mourning All hliflinp'm linn fllnnflnnpr! pnd stores are closed In the homes of many families lie the silent dead while others wait in dreadful suspense for the latest tidings of the missing were the Officer! Intoxicated? It la now reported that the officers of the Ul fated steamer vv ere more or less under the influence of liquor when the boat from Lake City on the home Jour The number to have been saved is now estimated at about seventy- leaves about 11; persons thought to have perished in the wreck This num her will undoubtedly be diminished as full returns come in from those who escaped The damage to buildings in Lake City will probably not exceed 000 The bodies have hrnri taken to TipH Wing hv a Rtpam er, where they will be identified as fast as possible Seventy-one Bodies Recovered. At a late1 hour last night all the bodies had been rec overed from the steamer, and the wreck will probably be blown up with dyuamite to-pigl't Ihe entiieTTumber of far reeov erod is seventy one, and the continued cannonading upon the nhnre will doubtless -others to the surface of the lake in a day or two The list so far of the identifieddead is as fol- lows P Adams Mamie Adams, A O Anderson, J Bahrns and Mm Bier eon, W Blaker of fhrpp Katie Burkhardt, F Chribt E Uinstoferson, Katie Dalv, C Minnie Fisher, P. Gerken, wife, fiv e children and his hired girl, P Hattemejer, J Heftier, wife and two children C HiinplniL, 1 Hinipling Miss Hemphng Mrs and three children, 1 Laison, (r Nelson, H Redlus and two children t Scheit wift and one daughUr Mis Schuellnrg and daughter 1 Severs and H Mcf flnei, H Sleffuei Mime Skutluii 1 An Tile Steiger, F Stelger, two children of C H Keuder, who were on the barge, Miss Way, Mrs Capt. Wethern and two chll dren, Addle Wing and sister Miss Tlynn and Ira Fulton t I nlque I li IU MlNNh Al Ol N MltlM lu V 1 which buist ver ea eiu M duv enllig us in i n i in the annuls f c 1 i s same HU rm canst 1 1 ti IU So S 1 (n i vaib l! ill ike Hi I in I lii IHHMHJill b( lU I JlV Of M 1' 111] whlll 1 ikt 1 uillis f utlir nth 11 vnls w is K v t rit ib'e titniifl sh UrnliL in Us find limit' I >f r (tl >n 1 M somt milt in tlon t It t il le i- v is houses 1 mis ml tr 1 it n the s< uthin sh re t I ki the i ti inei ts f ui d 11 i i in a little v ille) mar i 1 11 B< rt the eve JUL bi is! killn ut 4iint n id TJCTiiDiV. h If -i rlr ZTTI more Ihe t-one hh d cluad i[ i iliinx bt f H it eiu i mu I i II n to the lake alolu tin 1 i A time persons n A vet KM i 1 I i f t'li of the ne It ft un i il k i n connti) so jilttl q 1 ti L dud debus as to be aim t. In p LSS i I m d liy 11 u 'Vi hen the tl null nin_ wi ill i r line up tlu iood and 1 m i shiU'icd 1 tui of the dojtl cottage 10 tlir ttad [lltuoilyh ti e b iru crash) 1 lit t'i f juse ihatt both strnetint s an 1 1 in tcrroi stiicken people in the eltln- they all escaped with blight injuriis Oil Mr Good saved tht n for hi saw tie f inntl shapt d el mil and Ins ]m ll tn i t n il a i clone w is coming cans d the fainih s re trcit to tl i cellar The lotheptoplt in tht tw j xhin er rt si dditei foitune dt nit a w 1 s 11 LIT pi ices of shelter wt n t uist It j i t s bv the tirst anil most v'jli tTl i ne jf them h iv jnev i s i f tj in the ifllais welt at tin mnv Ml s rm (je r isl ici ujj.lt lir-LNj tlonil binkifSt Pun vv fut and thro vn to the tulli u 1 kill 1 Hisnife was cirral s 1 in t u 1 f mini 1 in ml uudii tin WM rk u l si n mi BLAINEAND FREE SUGAR His Views on the McKmley Tariff Bill. '1H1 I Vi UOVJKTSSSlIOUimKE Thu Sdiilarv 11 ties It Should Begin hue the luii Left Oil I StiK tr ould lie a Great Blow to II in Iprmlty I Ian "V u i Juh Her ill pub- 11 n L, h tier w h ih it st ites tn it uued fi Jin beerotary lishes t) e l lias J int b t n it i J31uiiH In Mi Jm lUl II u I DEAK Mi I MI IN Cloukti LABOR'S WORLD r-- thy K v h n 1 t 1 ikt injuries Mrs I II I 1111 r i'falle Chirhe ml tl man were c v i Untlj Inn i 1 t t die- 1 iM nrr 1 fii-iTu ig tin ilebns Mr J H i 'i Hub r i i i w ife in 1 tl fu i L st int were e tirii 1 1 ut i K -h t nee an 1 landed umU r s< nit tr i s The Sel Mlsli 1 The foil vvir i j n 1 Mosc Mi iiuoti I i 1 v it Mrs Lydla Ann Mel in< n hill mil 1 odv 1 I ranr. Mlu i si i h tut ill i ut I enl wi 1 i r 1 il 1 (.t Mi iiium I ria-i 1 il nt 11 in 1 1 lennit Mjjunioti 1 li u- rt II ib rt ltr kj n 1 1 1 used Mis Hubirt Sehiirmiir IH HII I one ev v 1 ead ilium (jiuntih Minnie MYlss lire i-t Tj I tefc 01 cut n t t Mrs I- I Histiu I 11 in h I mis d i e n d Pf itle it 1 i ttl i 1 rust 1 h eiu d mil v f I M Im bill 1 ruisc 1 r 1 1 ind heal cut willjir b.uh 1 c ee t Mellct ]Ia tilths h i 1 lit I 1 h Dei nanl arm br n md 1 h 1 i n t 1 GEN FREMONT o FUNERAL It Ocrnr I i% I'l Midc.nt'> i ititt NutK t fnh 1 f i i r il r f Mtj irfii John Charles I n in >nt u 11 t iki 1 ice i ii I_n i' r pi-e p il h n 1 t rthth Mrtit n 10 (1 n d n I i n it w s in i t n Innt tt tl t t1 nrth i 1 Vrtl ir Kite! ie, s r (t( r will rt 1 c f n t 1 I he b )U will lie t( m i ir 1 in th mlt ut I n nM in t n R li i li 1 and 1 nrt lifth sin. t tn 1 tlu H u n 1 l icnt Fn TON TU> si n s-f-m t; foil i 'o nee t Mr-- I rtt. o s I -v ie b in i H I IPH I t-xt i 1 t u i r iu r pinat i) 1 nt ha 1 tV mr p.: nt it I I nt Har nt-uf les t I f ui 1 M i[ a h) f d at) f ii Fie- 11 ii) f 1 i> mil it iht 11 it a lid n L p t ai n 1 in re tttiit S4UMi <-f U f 4 r ition 111 111 biAJAMIN Ii Ihe prtsideut also issm the following mini u tice of the death of the diotm- .uishtd citizen Exrnrnt MINSI s I Jl h 4 f The death of Job ti C I-iemont amaj ui tlif rttiifd list of the army of tie Lilted latps an it d-lling fir seine appi priate retsi jn ol the r tilional el rrr w ni d of a grate 1 i] pr mti n of his public Hiscareer f 11 f u h Him at In ful himery and i tt 1 i tl u J1-] ii i i i t 1 t! in civil n 1 unlit afnis t[ n 1 U i a1; es of i K i kj mountains an 1 L. to Ins lia i ies I ai lit g to e e ite an i an state on oli t r oast It is tli r f re r 1 r 1 that the i iHf, flisplajt-J at half mast u( on all if btui of tin1 exi eut di tnitnts In hHcil) uiuil tvfter the luueial shall 'me taken Consul Iiilittfd Hi sin N Y Jut) 1 H o istil at Port H in C in ida, u liD-si. n suit ntti is tins has i n dieted JUFV Monroe for-co mpifiicy and einhrutery-in it I.jncli Stoddird shooting cise Mr M lo btf ire Count j In er itli Miuiff Hodgson an 1 1 i-. bonds n alt ntiiic 1 leckerish in ind Jacob ft r the PHI post of bail I he liiul nd w is fixed at "1 0 (1 on each M t o bills found mst him and Mr t j was quukl.y ul hbeiLv One of hi ndittm nts chutes Mr HI n i rv in trjmg to mftncnce Grand Inn is Koehkr and Vogel in the Lynch isi 1 witn prtpariny; and causing to be VLII to tin. in i p iper t< ndmj; to obstiuct H dm couise of the case Ihe ili r indutnient ch Mi Schooley, ill with umspiraej n atttmptmg 11 i'liuiu tlu Rrind jurors to rtconsider uieji jits in tht Ljnch t GhulstinV. Is All Jnh A report v, is in circu- 1 it ion totluj tint Mr Gladstone1! IK ill and i al st. ict from the Hitting of tht puue durt tonunittee lout to it a strong si in Miutro nf fpith On the tho rtinjni hiiTidu'dq of report  injure the shipping routes h are still m American largth if n Policy It uld certmuly a very nary pohe> on the part of our just at this tune to open our market with out -duty ta the normous -Ctopa of sugar d In the two Spanish islands uba md Porto Rico furnish the United State-, u or quite one half of tha sugar which we tuiiaiime and we are far larger c' than anj ottier nation ID thewoili lo free market to this immense prjdutt of tht Spanish planta- tions at the in jinuit is excluding th< products of Ymmcan farms from her mar kct wuul 1 bt a p as uupretedeuted aa ir w U bu inuiw Ihe of Tradt Against Us 1 Our tiaJe with the American republics, as well as the eat India islands has fftr t Jlli a most unsatisfac- cjnl u n The aggrtpdte balance of trade with all Latin is heavily ftgunst us A faiugle illustration will sutht f we rtpealed the duty OQ coffee in imported the products of Bra- zil t j the extent of 80f 000 and hav  of trade with Latin Am' rica One of the Free Trader 1 The against the which has injured it most is that its bene- fits go -v, h Ih to the manufacturer and the capitalist md not at all to the farmer You and I welllnow that this Is not true, "but still it is the plausible and therefore the most hurtful argument made by the tree tra ler Here is aa opportunity where the faruiei may be undeniably, nchlj btnt filed Here is an opportunity fora Republican congrebb to open up tha markets c f 4U UOO 000 of people to the pro- duets of -Vmerican farms Shall we seize thp npn rrunity nr ahnll wfl throw if fr- Free Kill Reciprocity. 1 do nut tloubt that in manj reapecta the tariff bill pending m the senate 13 a just mea-ant and that most of its provi sions are in accordance with the wise polity of protection But there w not a section. 01 a line m the entire bill that will a m irket for another bushel of wheat or another b irrel of pork. If sugar ii now placed on the free list without exacting important tiade concessions in return we shall the door for a possible reel procitj oursehes I think you will find some hmts on this subject in the pres-i lent s brief message of June 19, with as much practical wisdom as wasevei atated in so short a space W hat Congress Ehouitl _, foreign market for grows narrower, Great Britain is exerting nerve to secure her bread supplies from India and the rapid expansion of the wheat aiea m Russia gives us a powerful competitor in the markets of Europe It becomes thirefore to use every oppor- tumt) foi the extension of our market on both of the Vmerican continents With nearlj one bundled million worth of ir sttkiug our market every year, shall ourselves most unskilled legislators if we do not a large field for the silt and consumption of pur bread stuffs an 1 provisions Ihe late Conference of flip i u art rppnbhfH ot a common desire for closer rela- tions Our congress should take up the vtork where the international conference lift it Our lit Id of commercial develop- ment and process lies south of us "Very smceiely jours, "JAMES G BLAINB k. IK Stiike Industrial NEW OKK hilj 15 At tin nuting of theclotkmak is and thoir ti j two points (U issue were furtl i paj f i j line lost by the wtiikt w IH settled bj u w ssion m suth tut to make ti 1 m time Iht (tier im lit dis ehurgo of nun nn ion men W 1 1 1 taken the strikers j 1 u was not j i st.U led when tht met ting adjotirne I lit i ha 1 praetiialU IH n that tli i n iini n men sh nil J u thi. uiiiun and takt tin 11 chances of t it nued LIU intnt N I'i July mated ass i i aion has decide 1 t -tand b> thur im ulu-tH employed. flT il vania It an 1 Nut works ai 1 i out on a-btnke I his will il i u out of emplojrnenl bt d50 ai 1 -1 HJ p ,ile Ihe cause (f the strike is ct i tnnnt of the bolt and nut workers w I at woik on Ihursda) afternoon, JuU s  lo Coutrtiotj r It n i _nf h tdiJ rhf1 ttt m of Building I aU rt is union's f and 10 aud all lit uld will 1 l ll twuit} tents per ho ir PnifaWLio 15 f boilermakers in Put-sburg i nd ny ispractiealh at an cud Of tit mntteen shops h n e agreed to iht MI t In ura per da) prjj jsiti m Ihe jthei II 1 ubt less give up the light Master rkman si itpj. thtt b> 1 hura 1 have been lesumt 1 in all of th LONDI N JuU 1 An iiiiiin i of the. f e_de r trades unions which it to till s of labor ith a it- w to the f r geneial Tj ai 1 Th s action i ith nit no r lep irt the heat i in ting s h 11 al cu moil 1 i inch i of a fiktn m th Ihu I v >eeii n ui i upon ittu ,he or It i s i remains I den it i i I hi tit hi i! l i i I i nnk rn n tl L K h i H t 1 1 I JOO u! i41 I tr I L mu 1 He.- li the Fuuerul Hblp i has t! i e brt ught U) bear f i the revoeittiou of 1 to ej the i 1 1 n 1 to Swe- 1 1 U nt el HI will be ,i nu nts It st tretaiy I tl t 11 1 iMi ina on it Hit 1 tt 1 t j tho tilk i II. Ul lor lila! 1 I in 11 1 ntlkiitr ev i 1 t I N Mini 1 u1 j F ti Tut n (oullnetl j i 1 a ur 14 tn il on the k t h tt Hutu itioii has 11 u 1 hi Id in I t I i I t seemed lie 1 r term-el tho ilN tltV 1 Irani t fr nk Iht n It ind f tin Unir lu 'i oorld Ih d tu that ui Mi with IK )nnaii Ie club tlu i iet nit nt for ni[ i mship uf the Cliiirgei VcahiHt Commissioner Raam. "WASHINGTON, Julj 15 Representative Cooper (Ind) expected to appear be- fore the house committee on rules 3 ester da) in connection, with his resolution pro vidniK for an im estimation of Commit sioner Kaum's administration of the pension bureau, but the committee held no meeting Mr Cooper made a state- ment before the committee in regard to his HB alh thul stock hud been taken by pension ofllce employes in a patent refrigerator in which Gen Raura 'was interested and that after Gen Raum had issutd an order for the expedition of business m the bureau a pension attorney whu binefited by the order hicT in dorsed a not of the Another lipck Kltor Arrested. Xl w I k Julj 15 A Simmona has bt n im stid i barged with aiding and nb( tting Pn si lent (.1 nsen of tht Sixth jSati nil b nk in llie ol SOOfMKiOin brnls at the time of the late lmik opeiations SimnioiHwaa (iiiniKiifd I into 1 States oinmis siontr and held in 000 bail for evumirifilMn He was taken to Ludlow Street jail SH. Hobbtid of 1910000 OM Ni b Tuh 15 Mrs- Florettft Rimst 11 of Ottawa Kan who was on a visit I in thm city was robbed of an mdnisid hill of exchange by lohnHiushand who had followed her hue fiom OVtmrn couiBqueiict )f thefulureof tit ui nipts ofthejolRe ind post mm t) uuiue general btrikt is the ill i ol scseral retent strikes which it tl t ntse promised Ihe new i will result in a t tin1 t n u ta-bor so ptmrrftrt is tu c uijt.11 tr ment of future 1 ibjr di-jpuU> I irbitra tiou ju a ttisf it ton to tl i. in e> ire b M_d upjn J ii i leLM I ill j i he fit _M hind stliLp h t j Ihe. men of the Like bh jrc an 1 tl tbnh roads the Jiii> nes out h r j ined the telerati n of L ibor 11 it ii be to a stnk  men t tht, platts of tl f 4 hi -tnktrs btiwetn ilie Big" 1 t >inj i nil Its ird ernplius hfit b ei lit 1 b} thecoinpuij mutiny tie di U f ernplove-) L n 1 r tlie new i th 1 ie men receive tifut i etni-> in i i fur woik and livccet i te for night warn. J h '-witehmei j the nn rii-t on tin ir old VKK 0 Juh 1 r nttndcnt Flw tr) H (kir qrm nf the H r nn Ohio Lines west of the Ohio i ui U te dis- charge 1 nine men fr rn the shops here Ihe ps tit Ctldwtll titled mdefinitel> aud loO men off al aire JOLIET Ills- Juli IT Clinton of the Elgin Joint and Extern "outer belt has disclnrgel 200 men on account uf the strike m the All the other roads laid IT from two to three READING Pa Juh Joanna fur nace, one of the largest in the country, which has been idle since la-it fall has re sumed operations Iron men report that trade Is improving A3HLVND PA Jul} 15 TV Sodding ii Keystone collien has uu 1 up after sev eral months of idleness Ihe works em ploj 300 persons Juh proprietors of three rolling mills m tin M valley at an 1 ne at feigned the scale and resumed opera tiona today TCL MODIFY THE RULE Rebubllcan Plfin to Limit Debate In the Senatt W ASUNCION Juh Ii the Republican senators to the number of thirty one met in caucus last night to receive the report of the committee appointed at the caucus held last tlmr da; to con in be limited for the purpose of pass ing the federal elettion b 11 The commit- tee, through Senator Al li th, presented a proposed modification of the rules under which when a measure had been un ler discussion for three legislative dajs a ma jority of the senate tuiild order gen- eral debate closed afttr that, thirtj min Utee to be given to t uh side for debate, no senatorto speak moit t! an once Objection was madf t this rule on the ground that it would 1 k to the countrj as though inn were proposing under it to hurtj tlu ehetion bill through the stnatt 111 tin et dins After some tie batftit to change the pro posed rule so as to closed auLr a reasonable time id of after three In this fi rm the rule was referred back to the taut us commit tie to be me.d autl reported to a futute incus 1 he takeiv on this proposition cisive majority of thitit nt in favor ol a change in tht mil the passage or the federal election bill Absolutely, Pure. C.n i. n 'o i loliie thoronghly expels the poison from the Hires Root Beer can be bad It is known to leavening .trench U. 8. Oof-1 blooll. v J be a safe and healthful temperance drink The market with ileeoetlons under the name of Root Beor Why Hlionld you ex perlment on Riich goodR whon tho A Is that impurity tlir Wooiwhlob-produces iinslghlly or suillingi In thojieck, which causes running sorts on tlio arms, legs, or leet, which dculops ulcers in llio eyes, ears, or nose, often c msing blindness or deafness, whlcji isjhe orlrin of jilmplos, c m- ceronsgrowths or which fisUn Ing upon the lungs, ciusi s consumptii n and death It is the most im icnt of all jlheisri and very few persons are entirely from it How Can A It Be l By taking Hooil s Snmpirllla, which, by tne remarkable cures it his sccomplisneu, has proven Itself to bo a potent and pconlhr medicine for this dlseiso If you suffer from icrofula, try Hood s Siriiparllla. "Every spring my wife and children hive knen troubled i, i iMi, my lltuo my-, three years old, lirn g a terrible snlTerer spring ho wis ono mass of sores fiuui heidtofcet. Woalltook Ilbod aflarsapirllH, and all hive been cured of tho scrofula My little boy Is entirely (no from sores, and ill four of my children look bright and healthy W B AiuEBTON, Piss-iicUty, N J Hood's sarsaparilla SoWbyalldroKKlsta fl Treparedonly by 0 I HOOD A CO., Apothecaries, Low oil, Mass, IOO Doses One Dollar Irs tsni t' 3 ni f r m THE i AXAT1VE AND NUTRITIOUS JUIOE THE FIGS OF CALIFORNIA, Combined wi'h the medicinal virtues of pi ints known to be most buicfknl to the human sjsttm ing an agreeable and 1 fxativc to (t_rma- nenth cure Hal itinl Consti- pation and the man) ills de- pending on a TAcak or inactive condition of HIP KIDNHfSJJVER AND BOWELS. list mo t exce lent remedy known to hen on Const paled PURE BLOOD, REfKESHINO SLEEP, HEALTH and STRENGTH NATURALLY FOLLOW en one is using it and all are delighted viith it ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR t fjti- JJ-IC--M MANUFACTURED ONLY BY CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SW FRAhCISCO CAL, St' If lrIV VORt N 1, The largest SUPERFINE CBEAIV CHOCOLATES guaranteed tobetbeflneBt made in the U a will be found at ANGKI.O CAMERA'S Fine Confectionery Store, ECE SO u J. H BEO A 33 TRENTON, N J Fancy Fruits Ice fream Soda Water, lo Cream sodas, Milk Shakes, Lemonade Ac aluajs on hand and the best that can be uai and made These are tacts Prices conven! eutlor all Latest Novcltic: IN LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S Stylish Parasols At almost First Cost Prices, along with new arrival of all styles Sun Umbrellas fo the hot weather, one of which Sun Umbrel las every lady should have Also a new arrival of new Embroideries and FlouDCings of the very finest materia and workmanship, at such prices as ar bolow allythmg ever beard of Again, we have received another big lo of those beantif il Children's Hats and Caps for the sale of which wo have such a wld reputation as thu do to Wallu' for a Cl lid s Hat and it w loot twice as handsotnVagaln just oil ac count of the Btyhah hat' Just received three cases more of on famous Fast Color hosiery and many Nov eltlos for tlis vacation time, OPPO ITE CITY N B Our goods are positively warranted very best KLW'S BEST SERIAL A Story of the Social Life of our Army. I WO SOI :KS II Now IN ON PA6E FOUR. ftnn1 Oelebrated Spring now on Pale HA'ITKR, 16 WftBt StAt T1IIK.MAN Bought hiii the AMKRTCAN ULOTHINQ AND TAIIyORING 00., wonlrl not have cared how mnnh tilt wind whittled thiongh hit coat X Wt ut dotbiog iht Mtm, Boyi Childr.n thtbttt BE8I TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING At mark 1 Philidtlphu pnov Our grut liadtn to ut SAMpl.R OVEECOAT8 for worth OM 8AMPLF SUITS, wtrth tUt fat for Okildnn'i Entt and Bmta Ortmti. CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER, ii .b--it 
                            

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