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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 29, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON BAILY TELEGRAPH. VOLUMK 30. ALTON, ILL., FHI DAY EVENING, AIKHJWT 20. ItSOO. NO < A s Tickets Nominated by Republicans and Democrats. A TRIBUTE TO FARMERS' ALLIANCE. Sd'OI SoDiilies' Pencil and Ink Tablets, An    Ttirletjr    nt    luwefl    pi1ce». lOfiooTisoiei'aper (More than W of the nunt |>opiilar ihatlc*) For Paper * FlowerH. J], Beginners’ Outfits, Materials, Etc., Etc., Ittxtk explaining the ' I ^ on «ppll<‘ntton. I J a!i.j.uep Tbird and Piasa sis. ALTON, IU. The Ever I POPri.AR ivJO Shoot Music. (UHAS. J, l>KGKNii\KT, Mole Ag.-nt ) CHOICE SELECTIONS CAUFKHLLV AKKVNGKDro SEOIIllEr A.M) FOK TMM TMK OF TEJCH^ CAS UF rill; PIANO AND ORGAN. I Uopstlek Waite, hy.............. lie    Lain Fly Away Galop, by    Wallis, liertrude Drfatii Waits, hy  Heethoeen. Impatience (llanjo Galop),by ..Mtrcabbo* In ttis> Munsbliie, by ..  ............lAnRe. Jack Frost's .Mardi, by  ... ...Knight Moment Musical, by . — ..... Mchubert. Playful Honda, by..........    Greene. Russian Grand March, by ..........Francis. star of AITection Maiurka.hy ilartroann Shower of Hoses Galop, by. . Rtreabbtnt •• Waits, by..........•• Wreath Waits, by ......  ...    Glcse AC., Ac.. Ac..    Ac.,    Ac. THE LATEST. The supping Stone, by Sidney Roienfeldt. VlK'AL AND LNSTM MLNT\L) IOC a (V>py. OUR SPECIAL TERMS: IOC Per Copy. 25c for 3 Copies. 50c for 7 Copies. $1.00 for 15 Copies. C’ittalo(fii<> FKMK OII A|*|ili<*H-tioii, or    FKMK    to    any Cbas. J. Degeobart, Third and Piita ttt. • Alton. II —FINK LINE OF- Cairiaw. Bdeps and Sirina Wagons S«« Ult Beet HOAD CART in ^he World for HO. joim wire lio. Hardware anti Farm Machinery, Alloii, HK nu ( REDUCTION SALE -OF- rn Ready Mixed Paints I Oils -AGKNTS FOR TIIK-St. Louit Varnish Co. Fine VARNISHES and JAPANS. Cbiirt«r Oak Stoves aud Ranges Black Diamond and Asbestos Roofing. Building and Sheet* ing Paper. Force, Lift and Spraying Pumps. New Home and White Scwiug Machines; 1^0 each. Agents for Uie Geleliratel Mlialier Fan Wanons. SUMMER SUITS AND PANTALOONS PEBFECT FIT IUD 81TI8F1CTI0K MJUUITEEn __AT— BRUEGGEMAN BRO’s. (SuccesBor to A. Brueggeman.) Artittic Tiiloiing md GenPs Furnishing Goods Emporium, 221 Piasa street. ladlana ll.aiarrala N»Mlaal« CiaaA* Slalth.w. tor Hactrrtary mt atato— Maynr Frrh H.mI. tH* ItoiwtMiralla Tirhrt In awd Mlrhlgaa Urn-pwbliran. M.l.«>t AaiNM HI. Tara.r aa Thrlr HtandarA Haarar—Synopata of th. Flattornia. iMDUMAIMiLia Aug. se—Th* Damn-cralic convention wa. calW^I to order in ToniUiiaon ball at IO o’eluvk ThurMtay morninK by Chairman Jewett of the alate eommittee, who immediately announoed e* Gorrrnor laaac Gray aa chairmnn. Thirteen handled and three deleAutm oc* capuli aeata on the floor, while the lob-Idea and gallerien were filled with a larger rrowd of I) mocrate then baa been gathered together in thla alate for many ycani. (jovemor Gray, on takfng the chair, .poke for over an hour, dealing principally with atate ia.uea. Hie refer* encc to ex I'reaideiit Clereiiind wa« rc-cciyed with tremendous applaiiae. A ree-olution was atlopted to make the state central commitiee a ijerDianent b>Mty. elertod every two years on Hi. Jackson's day, Jan. H The brst bail«>t for secretary of state resulted: Claude Matthews, Vv\ Clark. IhUVi; Hillegoes, SiT; Lee. SiM^; McT.ain, HI. Matthews NoMiaat«>4. Hefore the secoiid ballot Clark and McLain were witbdrnwn. On the eecond lial* lot Claude .Matthews reoeired NM vutei and on motion of his chief npponswt tbs Domination wan iua>le unanimima Mr. Matthews Is the most exteosive farmer in Indiana and his nomination is something of a trilatte to the Farmers' allisnaa. The other nominations were as follows: for mtmtf treasurer, AHwrt Gall, of ludian* apolls, for auditor of state, J. U. Henderson, of How ani county; for Jintge of .u-preme court. Joseph A. MitcbeU, of Klk-hart county. The Platforiw. Tile platform, which is very luug, was received with great enthusiasm. Un aa-tlonal subjects it says: -We, the IK’mocraey of Indians, lo con wntkm assembled for the flr«t time since the inemursbie oimtest of twit, wlien we went down in defeat, hut not dithunor, overcome by the shameleee niethuds of Dmileyism and th# Idooka offlve,dueol-eninly declare: “That the Democrstie vote of Indiana was oUniiicl for Harrison and .M>>rtun by the HMist flagrant crimes against the lail-lut-box ever per(ietrated In an Amerban oommoiiwealth, that these cnniea wens committed umler the direct au.pieee of William Wade Utulley, than and now treasurer of the national Hepubllcso com mittea, and by the procurement and con olvaiioe of Kepublican leviers In this state and the uation; that lite a<lministratb>n of Henjaniin Harrison has made Itsrlf an acorasory after the fact to th<jae crimes by shielding the critnluals from sad ' ven by rewarding them foF their knavery; and that the brasen prostitution of the machinery of the government eeurt of the Fornth district of Indians by Ito Judge and attorney to the servtee and protection of these conspirators against the suffrage constitutes the moat iafamoua cbe{>ter in the Judicial aanals of the re public. "We ilrnouDoe the tariff mouopoIisVi for their effurta to perpetuate theinsalves in power by meeaurse ineoaeteieat udih free inaiitutions aud contrary to good niorala. We Aud In the fonw eiccUon bill, the bi'l creating rotten-borough states and the .McKinley tariff bill the o|wn man* Ifestatiou of a gigantic conspiracy of tbs minority to opprsss a groaniag peopls with additional burdens of taxation for prlyaUi bcoeflts and to faeteo It on I be country In snch a way that the people eau not free iheinsfilvaa from the galling kMul.- The platform denounces the election blil passed by the bouse, which, It declares, would nullify the Andrews elect bm law now in force in Indiana It Indorsee the acts of the las! legislature, tndorees the eouree of th»nators Voorhees and Turple, and favors tbeabandunmentol the system of fees aud perqutsitee in the pay maut of state aud county oflicwra CHOSE PECK FOR LEADER. WlMwMsla Itowiwrrat. Meoslaote Him fwr ttoeerwee. MiLWAt’KXK, Wia. Asg tv -The Demo-oratie state Convention held bere Wedoee-dsy excelled in point of ettendsnoe aud -\iKsm any similar evmt In which hdi'ilPlfrRcritcy of this slate rv-r partlH-pated. It was beld lo the RiJ>m (>tiera bouse, which was pockeil at svgry sesslfin from parquet to gallery J. .M. .Morrow, of Sparta presided Four men were put In nominstlno for governor; George W. reek. Gabe Houck. Wtlllain F Hailey, and Col. John W. Knight, ll took six hoi iou in decide the question and reeultrd in fa VOT of IVck. Mr. l*eck was sent for, and being found in a nnuarkahls short tlma Diode an addrest la which he pU-geil him* self to be a vslianl warrior of Oeinocracy and do all in bls power to deserve the honor wbioh had haeo paid Ie him. After the JuUlae oecoeioneil by Peck'a speech boti siiheided the euuventlou got down Gi busiiiees agaiu aud ooialnated a lieutenant gureruor. Them ware only twucsiidblsUw IU the field—L'arl Jonas, of Ksctne. ami 1'bouias Lynch, of Antlia The flrst ballot resulted to the elioiee of Jouaa ll) a vote of INS to IIL Mr Jonas was formerly coueul at Prague and has held many ortloos in his own county. Tbs eonventlon then adjourned until 9 o'clock Tkursiiny mnritlng The Flslierm ew the H.a«.tl Lew. The platform la thoroughly Demoeratie on natioual Iseuea and has the full ovrtag on the Bennett law- -Phe Heiinett law la a local manifesiatbmof the nettled Kepnb-lican polley of piacrnallstq Farorlnf laws providing for the eompulsury attendance at aebnoi of aft chtldrea, we believe that the school law in force prior to the passage of the Henneit law guarouteed to all children of the state op(M»-iuttUy fior educailcifi, and In this sesiinttal feature was stronger than the Hennrtt law. The ‘DO<k-rl>ing princlfde* of ttw lleuuett law ^ needlces interference with paternal rights and llla-riy of coowdenos. Th# pro-risloiis for its sufurcemetit plsee tbs ae-euewl at the mercy of the school directors, and deny bbl rtght to trial by Jnry and according to tile law of the land. To maak tbb tyranaical tnvseion of Individ* •a1 and coost it aUooal rights, the shallow plea of defeom of tbs Buglwh language la advanced toe bisUHy ^ liiU state. .jLW:. largely peopled with foreign-born eittseno, i deniotistraies the fact that natural causes and the iiecesoUies of the sitnatlon are advancing the growth of the English Ian* gu.tge to the greatest poH«ilue extont. We, therefors, denounce that law as nnuecea-sary. unwlss, uuooiistitutlonsL nnaraerl can, and nndemoiratlc, and demand lUi repaai.” The flalanee of the TtcheL The eonventlon reaseerobleii shortly after 9 o'clock Thnrsday morning and after nominal Ing tbs Imlance of the state ticket adjourned. Hie following Ie the balance of the ticket: Hecretsry of state. Thomas J. ('iinntngham. Chippewa Falls; state treasurer, John Hnuner, Emu Claim; attorney general, James L O’Conner, Madison; state euperintendent C. E. Wells, Ap[iietnu; raiirua<l commissioner, Thuoias ThompMin, Trempealeau; Insurance oonimlMiouer, W. M. Root, Hbebuy* gen.    _ MICHIGAN REPUBLICAN3. Aswrs M. Terasr, of«lug. Nominated tor Ges.ranr, Dktihiit, Mich., Aug. -Al.-At 9:4ft Thursday morning the temporary chairman, Van B Ie rspfwd the Kepnblican etateoon* vention to order. After prayer the chair-mail of the committee on credentials rn-(Mirted. The committee on organis ition announned Hon. Austin Blair as |wrma* Dent chslrmsn, aud James Vanklrck, of Hay City, |iermaneut secretary. Chairman IlUlr made a briaf speech un taking the eliatr. The platform was then read. Applsiiae followeil the routine praise of the Harrison sd min lot ration, and the silver plank was rec'eived by silence. UHher* wise the document was received in a per-functory way. Kominatiuii of csndidates forgoverner being in onler, John Holbrook, of Ingham, presented the name of James M Turner, of Ijiosing, and Judge Moore, of Impecr, nominated John T. Rich, of Kilm Tonier reioelved the numi-Datiuoon the first ballot. ayaopsls of the IMattorm. The platform commends Harrison’s ad* ninistration, the course of speaker Reed md that of the senators and representa* dees of .Michigan iu coogrets; declares for a free liallnt and fair count; indorses the silver Idll and Governor Luce’s ad-ministrstloii. Changes in the state tax laws are favored so as to have all property not exempted Dear the burden equally. Commends the course of the pirty in teuipersuoe IVgislation, and reaffirms tbs position of the party as expressed in previous platforms on the trmiwrance ques thin; op|M«es Hie isaiie of free posses to mem tiers of tbs legislaiiire aud all other public offlrers, and urgr.s the passage of laws inflicting heavy [lenslties for lb* ss ceptanceiw ulferenceof |>as<w«. Tile i.«.-ifT plank favors such revisbm of otsr n.itiuual tariff laws that will pruUNfl producers, laliorersaiid farmers agalust ruinous coin* (wtnious of forsigu prtsluctlous and ebcMpea labor, and especially commends those features of tbs .McKinley bill which provide fur the prtitectioii ut farm proit-ucU as Well as iiisnufai lurwl articles. Oowth llaket* HepMblleaas. MinnkapiiUn. Aug. 99.—The JoiimaTs Mlfchell, A I) , special ssysi The Kepiib lioan slate convent iou reasaembteii Thtirs day niuriiing. I'be t-oiiiuiittee on resoiu-tluiis reports*! and there was a small row over th# prohibition plank, but It was finally a<lo|»ted. lbs platform Indorses lIarrtei>a'B a<iministratloa and Governor ^ .Mellette, pledgee the party to all meas that will develop agricultural resources, asks tbs goverumeiit to aesist in the ssiabiisbmeot of irrigation, demands aa sxpensioD of the eiirreuey to meet the demends of an iucreosliig |sipu tai ion. favors protection against rulnoiu foreign eumpetkm, ludorses the dUalniity |M-iision bill and the Australian ballot oystem, and pledges the party to a strict infurcement of tbs pmbibltory law now in force. The convention nominated Governor Mellette ami Congreoeman Pickier and aubeiituted John Gambia, of Yankton, for CVmgrcieaman Gifford. Nebraah* rrehlhltientsts. IgX(X)LM, Neb, Aug. rn—The third party Prohibition state eoavention met In this city Wedueeday. The afternoon was apent In lieteoing to short addrsssaa from noted Prohibition orators, in the even log the ounvwnUoo woe add res sell by Mn. Clara HoffoMO, prwdileol of the .Miesouri Woman’s Chrutiati Temperaucw Cuhm. Up*>o resassmbltng Thurs>lay IN. 0. I^k JNaioe, of Llbcolu, was nominated for governor by acclamation; George W. Wuoilby, a leered man, woe utianlmuusly clioecn fur Iteuteuent governor; Cbarlee Watts, for secretary of state; A. Fitch, Jr., for audit4>r; H W. Hardy, for stats treasurer; Jndgs F. P. Wigton, for attorney general; C. Oloen, for eommlssion-et, and Mrs. Mary K Morgan, for state supertnteadeiit of echnota Idaho Itemoeratle Coavealleik BolSK City, Idaho, Asig. Ai.—The Democratic state convention euiiipleted its ticket Ws4inewtay es foilnwe: Hee re tory of state, E A. Hberwin, of Hboshuiie, auditor, J. II Wickersham, of Owybte, trvskurer, T. A. Kesgao, of Ada; attorney gi'bersd, Ii. ll. Johnson, supcriuteodent of public instruction. M. A. Kelly, of j Nespurces; Just oes of the supreme court, C. N. Maxwell of Nrsperoea, F. A. Ensign of Alturas, and H. W. Weir, of Ada. The eooventiua then aitjourned.    | IteMomlMelod to C'owgress.    j r)AXViU.x, His., Aug. W—Congressman Joseph G. Cannon was renoiiiiuated fur euagresM by the HepubHcans of the Fit teeuth diiurict Thursday.    | Fsgtneer Nralded to IHialh.    | UUMilflMOTGN, Ma, Aug. ‘Ai.—At    I' o'ebKk Thursday murutng an incoming freight train on the loike Erie and West I arn rallrtwd crsehed into an engine sUndltig iu the yards in this city. The ' train hwt got Iwyond cootrul of His crew, and came down a grads at a terr!Ae nftc ofs|M*ed. Knglnser Amos Middleton, of this city, was scalded to death. He leaves a wife amt family. ■topehllrae l*ay. W UXI AM* GMO VE. Pa, Aug Ai.—Tliurs ' day was Hepiibltcen day at the grangers' natioaal sxblbttion, and    prrwons, luoludtng many sci Iva Kepublloan pull-ltel*ae. were prMM>nL At I o'clock lo the afteriKKiO Hon. George W. Dsieinater, liepubllcou caudklate for governor, de-livsred a stirring address on tbs iosnes of tbs day. ______ Frlnee Uetirge 1‘lejrs Polo. Halifax Aug 99. Prluos (ieurge was one of the players in a spiriteai gaum of polo at tbs Riding grminds Wtolnceday iMdweeo officers of the army an I navy. His side lust, the army team wiiiuing liy a seore ut 4 to 1. Hrehs the Mile Meeerd. Monmouth Paiik. Aug. w —Salvei<»r li^ bis Taos against time Thursday broks the rword, ruuulug the mile iu 1.991^. r f I A Number of Men on the Lake Shore Go Out. CAUSE OF THE LATEST TROUBLE. ■eeeral Men Hief • .srjred neeaoee TlM>y Would Mot (Ll t» the st<»eh Taeds — The Might Weo lyalt Work sm.1 .Aro Followed by the Hey Men -Snme of Them Ketarn lo Work Lnler al Muper- Inlendaut AoiMlen's llc<|nr*t. CnU’AOo, auu.'Jy.—Twenty seven switch-in the employ of tho loike Hboreroad went OO a strike Wnliiesday night rninplelely tying up all the bus iiesn of the rooil as far as Chicago waxoiiiieerue L Tiietroiilile grows out of the ni«xk ^ards d fflculty. Superintendent AoiMle’i look a crew of meii down to the st ck ya.-«ls Wediirsilay afternoon. JtMt l.efore n-sehingtheri* th# men quit and left their engines standing on the track. Sm»e time aftc.'wanl another crew was started, but nh.andoned the engine* at F *rirthlr! street M'ben tit# night s'tfi CMU to go to work they learn-ell that Aiiiwleu bod discharged all Hie I'll ll who hioi left their en-gtiina Watke<l (Int In a lindy. They Immniintely eoiliMl a meeting and the men til the yards at I'welfth street, Forty tbinl street, and Eiiglewrxsl walked out in aioeiy. A general meeting WOS ceiled at the corner of Hixty-thinl street and ludlana avsnue, and rn coin niuiikation woeitrawn upend addressed to Huperlutendeiit Attoden. in which it WOS stated that lite men wuiild return to work when ihoac who h.vl lieeii discharged Were rei:isf.-(f*.*!, To this com-mui.icatiq)! Sup rlnt.'iidciit Am«!en re-plle«l th it the in-n bai Uwu dlscbari;ei| fur n fu:*ing to |e'rform their dutieo. On n.‘celpt of tills news the strike was de claG'd. Kome Wlaiid by lh* Cuinpany. Out of the twenty Hireu engines that should he working in the l.nke Shore and Michigan .Sootitem ysr is I faurwloy only three were at work. The paaseuger trains were all running on time. About sixty swiGthiiien heiongliig lo both the n’gltl and the day fore*-# of the leiks Shore road beld a confereiu'o Thurwiay morning. Superiotcndeut Aiiisdcii who was pn-s-lit explained to Che men the riicuiti<UiM*es under which I'le night force struck Wetinesday uigtit, and a*ked them whether they inteiide*! to stand by the oomimny or the strikers. 1'liirty four i.f the sixty men present dei btei! to side with the oompnny. Two rugities were then sent to “Ibicklngfown’* t(» do the work neeiled there. Will Not Interfere. The war whoop eli-meut ass»Tled Itself early in the meeting id the swllrhrm'n Wjslnesilny evetiiiig at lit'hall, and at flivt it bstked a* thuiig'j a gi-iieral strike would be dieUre*! wall a rush. Hut the calm advice of (sons rvatlve spit Its, such as flratni Orgaiiixi'r Sweeney, Messrs. HitlL G.MKiwin, Downey, and other teaser lights, (.lunt'sl nut to tiiooe present that the strike of the switchmen et the slock yards wns not lieguu in the pro|ier manner end tbereforw could n*g receive the support of the fwierated train men. The Alloa Wwltrhmsis A new force of sw itch men is at work in the Cbieego and Alton yards under isdlre protection and consideralile freight is being moved Many of Hie Alton strikers now claim that they are not diseatisfled with the ap(M»iiitm«ut of Welch aa foreman aud are oorry they struck at alk Arthur Keores I’ewdarly. New YoiiK. Aug. 9M.—A hatter is given •ut addrvsets! by Chief Arthur Gi a local engtuiMr iu which .Mr. Powderly ie severely eoureil. Mr, Arthur maliilaiiui that tbs engineers are Justlfksl in their neutral ptsiition. "Mr. Powderly.* he says, gocuses memliers of the Protherh<M>d of IxMMimotive Enginuersof taking the places of striking flremeu. lf that ta true the division of which they are menitwrs will deal with them. It ie U(»t within the province of ray authority to deal with ludivid* uai mruiiiera. _ MltaatluM at Msw York. New Yohc. Aug. 29.—All was quiet at th* Grand Central de|Hit Thursday, and all trains were leaving and arri vin g on sch(‘duie lime. At .Mr. Webb’s office it was state*! that reports from along the toad deciarvxt that freight was moving rspidly and that matters were almut in their uormat coodiiion. Mr. Powderly Is etlH at Hie Hi Cloud hotel. He refueol to talk. _ _    ___ SUICIDE OF A YOUNG LADY. Nile Welhs Out Into the l.ek* and Kronws Herself. UG INK, Wia, Aug. •-•J. —.Mise Kale Pasemore, daughter of lite Rev. Dr. Pose-more, of .Milwauk'-e, a former profeenor in Racine collr„e and pastor of the Kpie* copal church, committed etilcnle Wednesday afternoon by wading out into the lake. The act was wituee.ied by (lereoae on Stowe, Imt when the young woman was taken fr>»m the lake life wa* extinct. The reiuaius w*-re txMiveyed to the rmd* deuce of the Rev. Dr. Giliuao, (uulor of Kmanuel Kpi*oo|HU churvh, wh«sM family Mise PosHniura hsd lieeu visiting since bult July. The young woniaii wee being treateil ft>r nervous pr<«tratioo. Her brother ooniiiiitte<l suieide two months ags and her friends endeavored to knep the news from her. but wblU at a Sunday srhool picnic lost week she h-art.ed of Ills flpath from a si rap af newspaiier that had U-eu w ispiosl around a cake. Tills seemed lo prey U|M>n her mind and is sup|*stiHi to have influenced ber in taking the fatal step. aeriuus Nlr*et Car Celllslom. HiMcriN, Aug 99 --A oolllaioo (M'currail betwmii ail o|>en electric streal car and a steam roller leveling Hie street at Hie Juuctlon of »leju<iu street .•md Hay h'ta«e rtMui Weiliiewtay evening. The ear wm filled with passengers, several of whom were lnjtire<l. Among them were .Mrs. James (J. Corliett, ankle disiucats'i; Mrs. Kila .Morgan, of Csmbridgep*^, right j shoulder dUlocst«<i; .Vftsj bbl M I^tchotL t Catiibridgeport, right leg bml'y brubMol; Mrs. Cspt. Harkins and Mrs Knapp, of Roxbury, brui*ed and shaken. Ar* Faying Ftotr Mag**.    j Hkulim, Aug. 99.—The National Zel- < tong piiblislies a dispatch from /^inaibar I whlrh states that wsges are Iwliig rapidly reducnl In mat region iieraueH of the influx of poor Germans. Only uieehanics pmiftiTig some oapluU have any chance < of sue A Bargain. ?EfEN BOOM BBFK BoB'E (I hick Walls) witli vValc^r In IIouiid XjiOT eoxiao. Ill Sph'iifllil \oiglihoriin<NK Haacly to al a SaeiiflccL MUST BU SOLD. Dorsey &: Mann 310 Belle street. WARM AIR FURNACES! I I .\ GI ) .\ N I) SOI'"!’ COAL. w i «i*i w I a 2 99 • ^ 5 ? ^ a. a • e “ f t « t ii To our friends would say we »re now prepared to pot In fumnoM mad rn* pair oi l ones. HatisfAotioii in every onM guarantee. Saoond-haad VMr* Daces always on hand. PITTS Sc HAMILL, :{!.'■) mI'Ili.p: sTGKbrr. ITS NO SECRET. That our 8T(M’K Is the MOST CXI.MPLLTE ever brougbt to Alton. We can show >uu HumHhing New as often aa yon call In; 0-AJEt.I»ErrS: Tupii'lry,    Body Brussels Ingrain,    Art Squares, Rag or Hemp. HST CXXFlTAJClVrSi Dado or Plain,    Lace or Portler. ZINT JEl.ZJC3i-S: Fur .Moquette,    Smyrna & Orieutal. Linoleums, Oil Clolhs, Wire and Cocoa Mats. I.iaditNi like lo see the Newest and Finest In House Decorations. Tho Fbiaiest way to see them bi to Call fre(|uenUy at our eetablishniont, whether you wish to buy or not. A. J. HOWELL. smiiiii SUITS. I am now receiving a Urge and varied stock of Cloths, in ai the prevaiiiii;' shiMb-a, fur 'vpriiig SuiU, wliieb I .ain prepared to make ap la Cha TLZost F*£tslY.ion£tl>le StTTlesy CiUARANTKEINO A Perlect Fit, Reasouabk Rates and Complete Satisfactioa H. C. G. Montz. 112 Third st. hor adVMu»*«a labsgiaasrs. thorn sssm8<W« ***» UUTriT FKna. w< mmromUf moot sa r MM«yriiniia. Masury—g. Iwissga. ;