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   Milwaukee Daily News, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1879, Milwaukee, Wisconsin                                THE DAILY YOL Lane Weekly fieview he British OralA Confirmation of the Unfavorable ports ofcthe Crops in Se A Britisli View of the Canadian Fisheries EEinSH GBAIK Mark Lane In Its weekly review of the British grain says The damasrn done is No subsequent weather can prevent the outcome of this t seasons wheat crop ppvlog most dlsas both in quantity and Hap j pity the the last day or two has been well suited to hardest tra still while in f though more is of baa Boot crops are choked with Potatoes hivo gone from bid lo woreej in in no single In Btanoeoatt toe prospects be said to vtave Improved during tho past In consequence of foreign 1 bad weather had little effect on the wheat The utmost that can i be Is thatoccasional instances have Bnbu iltted to an ad vanco ot a shill ing per and even that was iobtained with It is estl i mated thit similar agricultural dis years agq would have entailed an advance of ten shillings The supply for the moment i has completely distanced the j owing to c utward movement from Amer ican and cannot be expected to remain in its in rt condition for any length of i and i marked advance may be er i pected whsn the attention of now by excessive foreign jo the fact taking into I the uimlnishea acreage I and the wretched results of the f home cr the amount of foreign It i wheat req ilred to supplement our own i aefiolency is something like four million i quartersmore than is required in ordl I nary eeast There has been but little change in feeding Barley is fairly maliitalne latlast Mondays t MaiSe and oats elighily favored Arrivals of canoes at ports oT call have f been Wheat duritgthe earlier I part ot the week rated firm owing to I wet eprine wheat I i advanced a shllliug per j i whilst i red winters were 1 firmly held for full but with bet 4 i ter weather at the close of the week a quieter tone There has been 4 j a good continental Maize has I been dull end 3 pence and 6 pence per I i quarter There has been a fair 1 business in wheat for forward delivery at i rather better but the demand has j fallen Maize was buy f continuing to operate very cautioue i Sales ot English wheat last at 4Ss Id against quarters at 45s Sd the previous year j imports into the United Kingdom for the i week ending were 2 631 hundred weights wheat and I hundred weights of In Mark Lane i on Monday wheat was slow at last Mon ti jlaye Flour and bailey un animated matee ratter favored j f and oats advanced 6 pence to 9 pence per engrossed its given CHOPS IK I I Eeports received by I si the minister ol agriculture confirm the I bad accounts concerning the crops yied i of In several provinces ills only I half that of ordinary while In f several places it is considerably below I an The wheat crop is also generally the production ii being equal onlv to a third of that of i j THETISHEBIES t The Times review 4 Ingthe flshenes question says The f opinion expressed lu the United States I that the whole question should be settled between the state department and the j without the North America f coloules having a voice in the betokens of the policy of the British which accords I to Iteeifin the governing of the I I freedom of action which is limited i only byi Imperial In the fisheries are an inaienabls tier Itijeof Canada and and these countiles must say and oa what terms nation in tnem should be granted to a reign i United which owe tlh existence as a nation to the assertion prin ciple that a colony nr UM a voice In any negotiations wblcu its iuter should not understand the same when asserted on behalf ol The Intrinsic value of the propel ly destroyed on the occasion of the Fortune Bay flres is a trifle as compared with and as that sum is the American estimate of some two or throe boats being prevented from making a single of it looks as If the fishing privileges granted held to demand the Immediate re duction of rent and radical reform in ex isting land At the head of one KATIE DID f VA c SEPTEMBER carrying staves resembling and a large green ban ner with a representation of Erin exhort Ing nor sons to struggle for Garibaldi has arrived on the Island oCaprerk where he Intends to spend the remain der of his THE JEWS m BOUMAKIA Bonmaclan now making a round of Euro pean courts to endsavorto obtain some modification in thejrpvlslon of the treaty of binding Boumanla to emanci pate the justifies his attitude by to the Chinese question and also says the people are even beginning to speak6 the necessi ty of putting themselves on their guard agalnstthe i The statement of the Imperial bank of Germany shows a decrease in specie of marks An explosion of fire damp in the coal mines at department of Mlled fif teen A large number Minnesota BepnUican State The California Election Today York Eepnblican Etc Sept republican state convention met at the Opera house at noon A temporary tlpn was effected by the cllolce of Daniels of as president and Tronsk of and Christian of Blue Committees on and permanent organization were ap pointed and the convention adjourned to The republican state convention roas sembledat The committee on credentials made a At six the convention took the first balloi tor John Ellison and Gordon Cole were The ballot Pillsbury Wake field all others The nomination of Pillsbury was declared and the convention adjourned till There is a sharp contest of ices and the ticket may not be com pleted Oilman of was nomi nated fur lieutenant after our receiving one hundred and twentyone votes out of two hundred and The contest was trans ferred io minor and the eittine will bo The resolutions ed upon by the committee were re ported d adopted by the TIE CONTEST TODAT W SAN the stock exchange and public Institu tions will be closedi Unless the elsc tlon is more oiiesrted than now expect it will be several days before a re Rult is In this city the ballot contains 87 names and of voting and counting will make it Impos sible to estimate the result for probably two or three The contest between i and workingmen on mayor is likely to bo JSEW XOBK BEPCBMOIN republican state convention meets here Nearly all the members are Ihe partisans of Robinson arid each claim their candidate la thir favored hot members of the convention stock has depreciated the last two No ono now speaks confidently of his nomlna but his strongest Sena tor Conkllog is here working earnestly or There Is but little talk aboutcondldates for other THE Toronto Excited Ortr Altcmpird Ab duciiou of Prominent Persona excitement s caused here by fio publication or the artlculars of the attempt to abduct Jeorge headof the and editor of tne which was un and the abduction of a prominent wholesale grocer and Tne latter was taken to the dismal Don and had a desperate Ight for however escaped and his assailants made their way by boat td the Ameilcan Jeffray WES enticed from homrf by a forged order from Judge who was represent ed ds acting by command of the minister of Another Blooded Murder nl SAK a well known political mani pulator and proprietor of a store on Montgomery between California and Pine was shot In his plaee of business this morning by Dudley Sdp OntFrom Her Husbands and Her Friends the Flight as a Great Eer Husband Denies That She Has Been MaltreatedHer Intention to go Abroad to IBACES OP THE NEW World dispatch fnom Providence says Sprague arrivee Sunday noou a little village north of Het horses Were used tip and she Rave her ft doUoettr She then gave Warren Mosher to get her a fresh team and ha soon drove the lady and her family out of the is on avoids principal and dreads pur The lady has pained and annoyed her friends by her whole and her statements made In the Providence Journal and NewYork on her return to Shecer tainly did not eompjywllh the previous understandlngylnvlrtue of which she was and her strange flight on Saturday jhas caused very great to all her including her Sprague returned to Canjjnohet un der the advice of her who told her in distinct terms that she had no legal right tq absent her self without due and that the children anyvray belonged to the father as long as he did a fathers duties toward Unce at Canonehet Sprague fancied that she was suffering annoyances at the hando ot the govcrno oiid some of her Illadvisedfriends put abroad her complaints to that These stories appear not to be foun Sprague came to Cohohohet In at her husbands urg ent He was anxious to see tho and he only stipulated that she should come without guests or He was as ho anjr he preferred a simple His wife and unfortunately enough for tab mood he was had twenty covers at her first Sunday entertaining at the house several permanent guests and one Sprague treated them all with ebpecially the Sprague Is not a vio lent except under great provocation or undue The Idea that ho used physical violence toward his wife la considered absurd by the Canonchet people and by all wfio kuow him What Is true is that he enterthe nursery on and was refused admission because the children were not The ex planation did notsaUsfy he was and undoubtedly ueed harsh lab guage Keltherfm that day nor oU any aay recently has he been and on this fact the testimony of all who have seen him recently is Neither is it true that he kept his wife under close It was certaltly not close enough to prevent her from going away with her three Ihe servants obeyed both and as well as the knew that Sprague for some time had seeding costly brie furniture and and was well provid ed with On Saturday Sprague had a frieiid with him who breakfasted and dined with him at Can oncheLHe says that family matters looked smooth enough but the lady and the gentleman of the house speaking to their guest without At when drove off her husband was as well as the common was not In the Watson Is not a relative of the but has IU1 ness relations with the and husband and wife have made him in some occurs corpse Is washed with the hearing on writ of habeas corpntf and then wrapped in 4 ehert i fliscbarged the the judge hold thlsame and burled Ing theWd of health had no power to wjiuuu declare under the city This power Is tested in board ot aldermen The next proceedtr Will be to arrest the the healtk officers and members of the Houston board of on a charge of oonsptr at noun Terribly Destructive Storm Hear Louisiana son drove up to Canonehet the governor received him with the quiet remark The bird has This he had learn ed from the Watson then the railroad station to whether j the missing was Later on it was by the treaty of Washington were of j a young man employed in the greater value tiiau the people of the office of Latmier Haskell United States have been hliherto wUlin to It Is satisfactory to find the government at Washington all intention of asking any rejonsidjra tion of the Halitas award on the grounds of subsequent illtreatment ot fibher Were the Fortune Bay claim the only surviving difficulty it connection with thefisheries it would servo to show the insignificance o the demensions to which j a formida ble international matter had been Unfortunately while the ques tion will soon come up any further arrangement on the Halifax unless proceeded by final and conclusive settle ment of Head Lands anutho rights of American lishing ves sels in British North American would be Seeing that the fisheries question is as old as the war of and that it is happly the only grave question between jtwo surely it calls for malic action to settle immediately and This statement of the Times thought to embody the official view of additionto the cold withdrawn from the of Eng lanl yesterday were received from the About was dis posed of as anticipated for shipment to approached the counter andinqulred for As latter came forward Jaskell said name retract luBt ill You called me a vile night Will you Schwartz denied drove to find out party was determined to ride down to another but thoie was no hurry or mud about the roads being in fair the time for the ride of eight tolies nearly two Sprr ue was not at but it was found that she had driven toward probably with view to taking the Newport and NewYork It Is generally believed that she will ao to live In a French or German provincial the statement Haskell drew a pistol and Died which Schwartz turned to escape when second sbot took effect In the backof i his causing death In a few Agreat crowd gathered in Haskell was seized by bystand ersand officers Doming up taken to ihe He positively refuses to make any statement and the underlying causs of the trouble Is dlffleiilt to arrive The affair creates considerable ex citement and a crowd still lingers around the scene of the 3 Field warehousemen manufacturers of straw and leghorn hats ani have Liabilities be Uered be John Mackintosh defaulter on the stock exchasge yteterday has His failure is due to ihe fact that for a long period his clients had received large differences on the in but oathe Jailed to nighvray SAN Eureka stage coach was stopped above Nevada city yesterday by two masked 1 the express bug taken and passengers made to stand and banker of Moores resisted the when they attempted to take a gold bar belonging to him and was through the head andjinstantly NEW Sept tenlble storm raged around ty and along but the going downiof wires prevents full particulars being re phe steamboats bammle and Albreta jffere A portion of the Iron sheCof Morgans whurf and atior tion of the j shed were AlsoIrwins lee Some dwellings were blown from their founda Damage to crops along the Teche IB The saw mill across tJie Bay flras blowti The Jresbyi terian ohiirchandaew school bbuaewefe Blown The streets The rtarm labated abodt in addllioftft the damage tfia Mot HneicmrJd house at new just completed to accom modate eopines on the next extension was Many dwelHngshavo roors and are other wise Negro cabins at Freetown are nearly all The gale was so furious it carried plates from Iron warehouses on Morgan clear across the bay into Berwick The Teoho ffarehouso was carried across Front and smashed in front of the The steatebuat TuQer was abandoned in BayoiitSole Fears are felt for the safety of the steamboat comlnc from The steamboat from New Iveria brings the following report of isugar houees entirely down or partly destroyed CoL Bostvorthi Matilda plantfttton Luck land plantation Dan met John Fairvlew and Glenwild Steele and Lagoiida Lyon Pleasant LouU Grevem Allinla James In fact scarcely a place has escaped be tween Morgan City and New Iveria The loss by the dealruetlon of cane ana fruit la larger than ever kuownbysany prerions storm In this FortySvo coal moored above the dank during the storm yester ihe loss IB estimated at no Many fences and oblmneyswere blownIdown and several houses The only loss of life reported to pumper on the coal NEW dispatch from on the Jackson reports aieverel storni uprooting bltiwlng Idown fences and com pletely wrecking telegraph and trains delayed by fallen acy to obstruct and obstructing States Be J B Sixnpso cure lor Bpermi ness other diseases re TflE RABER Another PaJ Strlch one of the Saber murderers has made a He elletrmg prlndlpal witness In the tiad previously gone with Drews and Baber to i stream in which Drews and Peters intended jto drown the old man and that Peters subsequently purchased chloroform or ewer at Jonestown to give After these two failures to kill Strichler was He knew nothing of itho parties in the HU communication has been with who was to pay tfiepart ho txkln He con fessed got Babcr by the legs andtthrew him In the water and and that Drews got v and pressed film down in the jumped upon and thi Hold of and i ropoitreaohed hero of the most cowardly and uoproJ voked murder at the little town of Cam1 about sundown Saturday Robert town and Bud I1UBUUUUIU1U IJaVO UIUA lu DUU4O I measure their As Wat former were neighbors The principle coul masters of Lanark lshlro advanced the price of coal one sehilling per ton urd wages els pence to a ehUltag a T EEDUOED Bolic Kanvaughan Companys great Iron and steel works reduced wages five Bullion gone into the back o England on balance MEEima OP TEKAJJT John OConnor home ruler member for on Sunday iist addressed a large meeting ot fanners and others at Bally Cnbintt cabinet meeting today the favorable showmg of the public debt the gener al condition of lie treasury and thegreat influx of gold to the United States were lalted and much satisfaction ex The Kentucky judgeship was but no action LocisvniEi Sept elect was inducted into office today at There was a very large The ceremony commenced with an address from the retiring Cimrentltm of ToUnra Record at ZTIempbia and Other new cases were reported to the board of health this Otto Daniel Four deaths have occurred since last George Patrick1 McLane Thomas Eugene fever has evidently gained a foot hold at Burtyn six miles east of the city on the Memphis Charleston rail Eight cases are reported in jthat Immediate Houck and living in the same vicinity were stricken Bain has been failing since Twentyeight cases in white and 15 were reported to the board of health to Among those reported this after noon are Qua Ellen Kal laher and daughter Merl David Davis and Lizzie Yah No additional deaths occurred since The national board of health have ap proved of the plan submitted by superintendent ot for the establishment of a quarantine picket encircling the entire city and BUO Fifty mounted men will be as signed to patrol dutyat once to enforce his new quarantine Sept private telegramfrom reliable source at Grena says there is great excitement overjthe local case of yellow The following telegram was sent to day torn to vice president national board of Washington Doctors Smith and Sauuders had a case presenl suuplolous and took pro per Weall now concur in the opinion that It is not yellow 7 at present is undergoing a thorough system of Every house where the fever has developed and a death occurei Is being fumigated and Al privyvaults are being disinfected an coveted with preparatory to being emptied and with earth as soom aa cold weather sets Son John the representative o the state ot health Oliver had been hunting and as he returned and entered his with unloaded be was by and asked If he was ready to settle that Oliver asked what when Mosely commenced cursing and abusing and finally drew a and shot him Mosen ly was arrested and is under ii Sept strikers In the various ffetght houses oontlnue to de mand per and is tho best offer maijo by Some new men have taken hold and some old ones havje accepted the j compromise and perishable freight Is all being Strikers are perfectly fanlcrly and claim thev will bo able to obtain lighter work un d better wages The north lumber who han dle over feet of lumber for manufacturing purposes each are here today to form an J have been to the Boston papers by insisting that his recent to San Francisco was made openly and In the prosecution of legiti mate and that there was no attempt at concealment bf hla whereabouts or i Murray announces that Ic Is bin osltlve i Intention to retire from public andi says I utterly decline to re laln any further where my noblest mo ves are my views grossly arid my best benevo cause and ground of scinda tin Explains foUoirlBfr cable dispatch la received from James of London T1 i snrprlied at Mniatlonal articles In the American ijust re I no Ho I BO retponafbUKT outsiae ol Olefeland purciues and the SpanUh royal I hare placed my property with a for pro torn tte trie Otenm itmtHe Sept Deronlaann Neckar from New York ar i Ssw Airlved ship from Sept Steamships City of New York and Westphalia from Hew York arrived Thorrpson expects to leave Friday for grounds 6f the National Fair fouror five miles from this were dedicated this afternoon Jn the prewnce of aboat Mnrder DB Sept holin murder oases were called up today In the circuit mored to qaosh the bat the mo tocs were Wmpsons rjpeclflc o Bpeclflo Medlotao It aposi rmttorrneai u Nenront Irrlta D sel Depression ot et tte functional et tte Sjstem Palni Jta Baei w IMS Old Iff Alter and disetiei that Before lead to eoninmrtlon Insanity and a early grave or both No matter bow shit Itered Ibe system biay bom exces ses of any a ebon course ofi this Medicine will the list functions and procure Health and Happlnsss when TheSpsciSo Pamphlets sent tree to Write far atid cettall SpwiflcJ per or sU SpwiflcJ per or s Will sent by mall on recdjt ol all SIMPSONS MKOICIWB i 101 and Mala Sold to Milwaukee by Peter and all drnggUts Bosworth k THE EVENING DISPATCH reunion pi orlsoners of war in this October 1st ani 2nd piomises to be the largest convention ol prisoners ever Bane SB 0 Hop Game was called at the ma of the seventh Inning on account ol sopperea la used for disinfecting Horrible bodies two wohfin and n little girl were found on Little Miami tailroad this af They were all evidently mur ered spiie days as the stench from tie bodiife They are sup Hatte aud her sister ndPlstAs Very little la as yet nown the Tho coroner rill hold an inqnpst The joditis covered bv bed clothing and iad with under whose direction the disinfection Is being carried has sixty men an twelve teams engaged In force uses dally hundred bar rels of lime ana ttve o solution of All nurses Bent ou by the Howards are furnished with package ot copperas sulphate zinc The AopDeraa U used for disinfecting tt I discharges ol ii aoattt A 2 Gent Announcement is hereby made that an afternoon Daily paper called THE Evx snro will be published by The DlspatcB on and alter July It Is thought by the publishers of thisnew paper that a cheap alteraoon dally is demanded by the working classes who cannot afford the luxury or the time to read the large and cumbersome dallies now published In This eoterpilse has bean contemplate by the undersigned for a long b carrying It Into effect has been delayed till on account of a suitable place of publication not being Since the erection ot tho News build ngr a permanent arrangement has bee effected with the proprietors of that pa whereby the offlce of publication of THE DISPATOH will be In the Kewa 92 Mason THEDISPATCH will be a twenty four column a folio in printed on good with lew and will bd aoid on tho street by and at the various new staii JsIn itlw and on all railroad at jtwo cents a It will be delivered by to city subscribers at ten cents per aa soon as a force of carriers be Lake View The most pleasant and reasonable summer resort In the western bunding Is a large tires Btory brick situated on high and within one miles walk of the ful Invalids will find thla climate suited to their needs and no doubt they will be greatly benefited by the cool bracelng air of and if they wish to spend their time In boat I have ample facilities fur accommo dating both in sailing row boats and To sportsmen I can give extra as I have both sailing and row boats suitable for pleas fishing or which are at the disposal of tbe guests of the LAKE VIEW HQTJSE The surrounding country abounds In Prairie wood Snipe and other frame birds white the waters of the neighboring rivers and lakes swarm with Ducks and other water The clple of Sir Isaac Walton will find the waters filled with young Black and White Pike and Catfish and the ter minus of the Milwaukee and Paul Brlpg your ally I family I and come spend a few weeks in tail beautiful and bealtbv spot and fln neconne in the future will be your sum mer For the amusement of ladles lind We have near the house fine grounds suitable for Croquet and Archery We best Bathing the moat beautiful Beach this elda of Cape May or i Atlantic our terms are very We 11 not allow you to leave with the thought that you paid too deaf for the I Correspondence Plankinton SCHEDULE 0 RATES REDUCED and Per Day For rooms ibore Tttlor eicept front rooms rooms with Booms witb batbs on Second uid Tblrd Floors j j G WHITE JnlySdia FtTRNISHTNO GOODS OVER 150 DOZEN Closing Dot m I SILBER NOW Gaiize SMits at 20c i DOZEN I Ladies Gauze YesisSat DOZEN DO Fine ftaality A Misses Pun esnnot stay where It ifl It th cbrtpett medic IDC Five drops coyer aarface of large M the One cnref com mon Sore One bottle hwcureJ Bronchia Flftj worth fcaj cured an Old SUidlng It pofltirety cnre4 Catarrh Aathma and fifty worth kiu cured rlcfc In flnrf tne tame nuantity Back of tand It mtfl and all other Turnon where Contraction of the Spinal and la It any no xnattti tr It always Chmnlc and BIooi Cures Colic In ofPileitharU la p worth has cnrel bad cww ol y One Itwfll any case jseible to w eight ap If applle oral of a asionn ai applied woonda of erery BO and froin whit yon pllevtloni are warranted to care any caw of Ex coriated bi J d bonnd i eq Tor d on on man or ser Vrlml 25 cenu Jole Baf N Go to your mans New Natural For bright ness and durability of Color 2 to 5 sen joarly WINE BIT Key to there la never the I tops the pain and Isa Corn and for Frpe olor they are uri bs price fiealtli Regolsto sad partly 7oar System by the Die o A permanent source of HeiiltMiiesaind Com for tne imbecile saleren It preventa and by resnla Ung the oisesttvo the stom ach to Bemoyes all obstructions caused by and gives tone to tho whole If yon feel or a heary Jalness acd slcs at nmieU in freely EITltBIEBS California Wine Bitters la pirticolariy recannneinled to weak ladies Ithaa Bavoaiiundroa of It may aa7e Pleasant to tho tasta tforsala by Sole BETRIOEBATORS Persons THB At 35c and All of tboft goods Trill found Special Bargains And thii ft Un IftTorabls tima to boy GROCERIES Murder and In Atlen Bounty near state ine on Anderson in a flt of Jealousy and killed his wife thettolew his own brains out with a iatoL tames Halle shot killed lenkliis in the woods where the latter iad beenifelUng Haile is still at loft at their offices or can leave their ciders at the counting 92 Mason strest Tho object of its publishers la to TpE DISPATCH a Neva To this end ills entire editorial force Kill direct their It will have the bet neflts of the Western AMoeiated f In addition to specials front every quarter of the country Advertisements will be inserted very reasonable which will be given at the counting Our books are now open for We ask the public to take Tna DISPATCH a as it will cost but and thereby be enabled to udge of Its mer as a peoples Try THE EWSJfiso DiMAfOH one If iyou you will cont uue tak ins The cost will be but Ten Dixons Cash Prices THE ArctiqFamilyRefrigerator No I BUndardA Coffee KUra The Ooy Appoinlid The governor able to DISPATCH OCEAN STEAMERS 0 and 70 Kerosene i ehai Grand Concert OF THE MILWAUKEE MUSICAL SOCIETY AT THE Skating Thursday Bach3 All orchestra and maenerohor and mixed chorisof the Admission Members Street cars to if aitHK at olose of concert Positiyely ISo PostpoEement GEAND Benefit Goncert AND Piano AT THE Skating Thnrsdajand 13 Bachs Fiill Orchestra SO Musicians and 6 Eminent Soloists In a Superior Bacu SOLOISTS Miss Lizzie Mr A Mr A Mr W Moebius Mr H S Otto 703 Entitla Uie owner to admlision nnd ono chanoa in too Piano 252 Water TieVeU JorioJe it the botela and jirinoipil DKT GOODS Chapman DRY NEW STYLES HAMBURGS Weharo jntt received out flrat shipment of m new for tho early all 1 great many of these styles cannot be duplicated agnin this season and selectioai should be made whilo stock is j SILKS T A Chanman have a toll stock of rerv malies ot Lyonn Thioh they are sellini as present at low Thoao who ia enOto parchisa tor the coining season ahould o so CORSETS A rail stock ot German and Pomestio corsets 1Q all at T A Chaoman SSScS attonuon is called to their uoven and eabroldered Corset at HOOPSKIRTS styles Jast at A Cliap maa tt MANTLES AND DOLMANS TA Chapman it are now closins out balance 01their stools of Dolioana and MiuiUci Very low 225 SHETLAND SHAWLS Haring in some grades of Shei laad wo marked lot down to Si lach to Chapman and 1W ffisoonsin fetattdtioi SOIJCITOKS WANTED Tqe aboi EBilon i mada in tills They are mado to the best and well filled with nonconduct ve t Thoy have good white porca ain plited and provided appointed November for the ex ecution of of another of the is remanded tor and has been granted anew Only Direct Line fo General Transatlantic Company DiXONS Cash Grocery 489 ud 934 W Brad fot eonrplete pries BOOKS without o n family f lay they will i Illicit distillery on I between FUteentn and within about three squares or the treasury A numoerfof psrsonson a were butpfcefore the Ing Qpnraniisie Bept JTudgo Jpnee gwe quarantine breanere a tall New Tork and the dlKOmtort ot oroiilng 11 B Price of TOHA wine wooed K Broadway Anw perserve lonsor and bettor any other Market ever in aa the impure and warm air is allowad to encape by means of a pipe or ia attached to tho top of toe fci BO aa to leave air perfectly sweet and savo the I am also to do general jobbtog including tho building of large BB FRioEBiTOBS tor ifeit alio fltttnii up atoroi and with counters audBhelvUig of tho most modem and unique WAHTiSDA limited nnmber of resveotahle ladies and gentlemen to tickets for tins itreat benfflt concert and ptano Eboral West Water aagJiilw WANTED body to remember that C N CasDarsboosstorovlB tha placo to bay school The okl books taken iu ax A large stock ol boons on Bend CASPARS Ajjtiquartan 35 Qnelda sito Opora this column fo s cents an Insertion or three insertions fo 50 kptludtf id get iny esttmatca before contracting elsewhere1 fl ALBKECHTt 225 intelligent boys to carry The Etening Dispatch Apply Maiom TORRENT Random Lake l C HELMS BROTHEES 1 ICE FunlUii tanpUed with ait it Clearest and best lea fur Bbbad Orders prompUy to KESTOna ot ths best stores on I con street rent reasonable Ennuire at 105 Wisconsin FOR SALE FOB BALE or shop 2Sx 100 and lot oa Rood tot Enquire at 483 East Wator sepidtl POH or 0 tor city real Improved or stock of custom made andmtaa taruisQioR goods alto store flxturoa and leasa of storelocation first Bepldjin petfeotly latest Improved i Howe lewing never been to ADjly oooatlng room ot   

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