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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - March 17, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTONELEGRAPH DM# AT TROD! Ton# of Earth Swept Down Warren’s Hill. w * {U» .ovir 4J) pounds au l h « ana*-vt* I »**., a ten. p-ojliar ow, which in* put* -d Ow {byte wh Us lite I from smut erin* a* ho iou ii hoi braata* A sped a1 po HI ii had to Im mad* rn which to bury him. A Rush of Boomers for the Cherokee Outlet. Awful Boiler Kiploiiaa    j Bcraxtox, Pa., March 17 —Two boiler* at the Northwest colliery, throe rail a north of    --— A DOUBLE BR’CK HOUSE DESTROYED Carbon,lain, exploded with W-rrtbl* force sgQOEN SIGNAL TO MOVE ONWARD during the noon bour, while a large number Aud Two Women and u Child Ar* t rushed lo Heath—Miraculous Knew |>e of til* lither Inmate* ut the Heal*—Th* Accident ll ain**"-. Without a Moment’s We rn I na to th. I .mined 1‘eople- Bu-coverlna the Mod lea. of mon were in the room eat lug ♦heir luach. The buildings were hurled ho Ute ground and the flying p*»-o#* of the loller* went hundreds of feat In lbs air. Two of th« two, George Hoe*, of Carbondale, aa*! Peter Tit-■on, of Northwest, were torn Int.'piece. Ber era! others were painfully injured. Dr. J. W. Enos' Sanitarium, ALTON, ILL- n*i iMJOrt MaonoM that he has ©* tab I La hod in a building purchased for tho V*    purpose a SANITARIUM for the TBEATIEHT OF ALL CDRABIE DISEASES. BOTI MEDICAL and SURGICAL. Ila experience during many year* ha* convinced him that all dtaeaeet mu be managed more auooeaafuliy in an Institution of this kind, under the •one tan I supervision of the physician, aud with the ald of me a rut not other-vtou at ooremand, than when the patient are seen by their medical adviser* at intervals of several hours or days.    * The position of the SANITARIUM la high, and the surrounding are free from all noxious influence*. It la readily reached by the deco od street horse ears, and is near the Union Depot.    _ He building la large, aud arrangements are as perfect ae is possible from a knowledge of sanitary acienoe and the requirements of such an Institution. Electricity in all its form*} Oxygen and its compounds; Baths, louche*, Mnrnage, Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided aa may be f<^UiflSd hy pa-fleets, In addition to such other treatment as may be deemed advisable. A LARGE teOLAHIUM For Run Baths and exercise in cold and Inclement weather, etc., Is provided. Bach patient kl thoroughly examined by Dr. Kuos, and receive# his infly personal attention. Now Open FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS. For further Information ad dross Or. ENOS it the SANITARIAN, corner of George and Third its., Alton, III. Children Cry for Pitcher’* Castalia. Trot, N. Y., March IT.—A calamity rw miltiiig in the death of three p-rsons occurred in the lower jwrt of the city at I r’ekiek ta Hie morning, win*! ton* of clay ami und'U-m-d earth swept down Warren’* hill, ami earned before it a double brick bouse situated on th# east fide of Ha vermin Hi arenite, about HW feat Houtb of Washington rtiwt Not an intimation of the appd niching disaster was received. The red d ata of the lo<*i» I tty went to their rest at night nm onecloua of the taijwodlng d.oro. They had lived umler the shadow of Warren'* hill for year* and felt seriiru The And note of warning cam*, whan at I o’clock a roaring aouad wa* almost Immediately followed by a crash that sounded far bit ck* away and awakened householder* to a acme which they will never forget. A List or the Killed. The find arrival* at the spot were envelop in clouds of duet, sail through the gloom a pile of debris wa* all that could ba d Mum rn I IVO boun elapsed before the extent of the accident could ho learned. Conflicting stork** were told of tho number of p ople I nmed in the ruins of tile house, and the loot* wen difficult to obtain until day* I ght. The orca|«nt* of the house were tm-t en ta number. The killed are; Mrs. Johanna Hogan, widow, aired 40 year*; Mrs Mary N<»«an, her mother, aged te year*; A un ie hums, grand’child of Patrick '•'anti dd, aged Ii years The persons killed OO c ipie I -toping apartment* In th# rear part s Lie bnf ll nu Others who awaped mirac-u i maty were in the front of the Ie ana. The senior Canfield wa* slightly bm tad about Hie leg* but was able to walk. Recovery of the Bodle*. Hundreds of volunteer* umler thediractkio of ttergt Lawton, of the First precinct, aud Officer* Cunningham and Fox, cminetn-ed work at once upon the debris, and at 5 JU o’clock the bo iy of th# child wa* taken from th** rota* and r> moved to Burke’* ualortat-lug rooms. Her hock wa* bruised The ag«d Mr*. Noonan wm found a few minutes inter ami near ber the body of Mr* Hogan a ms ulscovered. Th# reumln* Were taken to Neatan’s uratertakiug room*. Mia Hogan wa* so tx idly disfigured about th# head that it wm imi o s*Me to recognise her. Til# injure* to Mrs. Noonan consist cd a broken leg. The t wo women were undoubted *uf-i i tea ted beneath the wreck. Mi ram Iou* K*ra|*e« from Death. One of the most Angular features of th* tiwo»t#r is th* fact that oil the person* in the building who were not killed outright succeeded ta extricating tbemaelvae from th mortar, bricks and timber unassisted. Before help hod arrived they were safe on th,. .t> et mingling with the crowd and helping in the search for th# burled Wta The day liunk is hu od rude of feet high, towering at on angle of Af* degrees from tho dasher•• on Hav-r man's a cen u#. The por-t«on which became loosened started 2"0 feet up the dope, od by the time it bad reached Canfield’S I« u rn the force of the tons ope* tuns of dirt a m terrific. Next to th# brick bouse on tho north is a two-utory fragile wooden bouse, occupied by the family of Ju mw Carrel Th# tandadde did not touch this building. Two Ch IM rem Poisoned. Greeks*' nu. Po., March IT—Two children of Mr* John Citua, Aged respectively IU and IX year*, ate freely of * vw.'jt-voeoted root found in the garden, ami rn a short time were taken violently ill. One of them died In great agony in lees than ' wo bonn, and the other, while mill living. I* not expected to recover. The root I* mid to have wild parsmpa RESOLUTIONS UNANIMOUSLY ADOPTED By Ila Good Citizens of All awl My Muling tap and Jersey Counties. WHEREAS. It has Pleased his Royal Nibs, COLLAPSE OF A BRIDGE. Twe To remain with the Good I * «pta ®    . Vicinity “FOR LOI” Ibme Many Ymre ariel Inaugurating a dye tem    V1    ' , Sharp Competition. Be it therefore, RESOLVED, That we Interests when In Need 'd .,|tl.v,s,i.v,; CLOTHING, BOOTH, SIIOL*. FURNISH I™ and DRY GOODS, to Call on THE GLOBE. AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, TUHia order    ^    ^ •WUU longer we .ll of o. •#"■<■ lo red ™    PRICKS,    .od A. HILDEBRAND, for fill their ,3?°dn. Hist s Copy of this be sent to THE GLOBE. CIT! OF ALTOS ASB SOBOBBS. Committee* Man    I asta* tty    Klllod and Four til hers Badly Hart. Gutta F*MJH, N. Y. March It.—At half paH W oVracfc in th# morning an old wooiMn bridge ammi tho Hudson river non-tarting thia city with South Glens Folk, gave way, precipitating seven workmen to tim rock* beneath, a dletaao# af thirty feet. Two men were blatantly killed, and their bodies roiled la to the river and floated anay. Their names or# Nelson Hansom, a workman, and Georg* Coit. a mail car-lier who wm standing on th# Midge, watching the work. Carr * body wm recovered • half mil# dows lh# river; that of Koneeoui has not been found. Narrow Kscepe of Four Othera Four workmen were injured. Thorne# Hotter sn's tat wa* broken and he wm other-mum bruised and injured. Die name* of the other three have nog yet been learned They ar $ known to have been badly Injured. Taos# foul man wereautad from drowning by bilging to the logs and flouting down th- river They were re-cue.I by nan S , a nill* below the wrecked t iidga. Th., bridge was betag torn dawn lo make way for th# rm. bridge "hick kae Iwu the *ui>-elof ••Betting litigation between the toe ne of (Jaeendiury aud Moreau for several year*.    ...... A Child tiaraed Ie Breth Bat (ITT. Mich., March IT.-A frame house in the north and of the city, occuptod l.v Mr ami Mr*, immure and Mr*. Nadon* -id twr five small children, burrel early m th# morning. Loeou* threw hie wife out of a window Into the street below, and she ■moaned s fracture of one id tar logs aud other    in    juries, and abe wiU probeblr dm Mr*. Na Iona escaped with her f-inoatb* ital baby on oms arm and a X-year-oM tot iii the other, aud two more rouging from I tot) year# clinging to her nigh* Hoe mad.* a desperate effort to rate brl outed • hUd, Georgia, who wa* bom#> I ie death, _________ Kilted en th* Creasing Jacxson, Mob., March 17.-Farmer Purdy, hie wlf# and a Mui* Kmereoa, ware .truck and Instantly killed Uj an air IID# tram at noon at a crossing rn *hl# city. Ttay had been warned by the flagman not to •'rum Hka Dix ii, Fa., March ll-* bU# Lorane! BaAlotrn. agad », * farmer of Upper Starer with hi* wife ami son wa. driving j ^ th# track of th# Baa-‘tag railroad at Bridgepot, th teem ara# struca by a aumb-bound i>eaaet*ger tram. Mr. aud Mrs, Sate* burn ware taetoni ly fcUhta Their hodiaa Were terribly many lei. Suffocated by Gee. BaltiUOOR, Md., March 17. —Harry a young cattle dealer ut Calverton, ll*mg at I7XB Frederick avenue, wa* suffocated lo tee lh in his ronm by gas. Hi* •uitire fanally bed a barrow eecapc uom death also BEATS ZALINSKI^ SCHEME. Dynamite shall. Fired frow* e Ref alai Cannon with Fowder- RyaacI’U, N. Y., March ll—The Aret ■uooesaful at|ierlinent on a big soale of firing dynamite from a cannon with gun powder as tbs projecting faros, wee made ta a deep ravine near th# village of Perryville, Modi ■on county. Friday afternoon, by Dr. J. G. Justin aud bls corp#of assistant* Th# teat wee w ii a used by quits * large number of person from different parts of th* state. The dynamite used was the moat powerful aaeie, cmtataing 75 per cent it ultro-fiyoarme. The doctor end hip awl*taut* spool the forenoon in loading the shell*, four ta number Th* Ksperlsneet a Woeeess. At X o’clock p rn., everything was In reediness etal th* firing lagan an hour tatar. A shell containing Av# awl a quarter pounds of dyn mite wm first Ared from the Mg twelve-ton cannon, Uke amount of powder used being fourteen pore W It drunk th* limestone cliff ut the end of th* gorge a quarter of a rail* away and glanced upward without doing very much damage Two other shall* war* fired with simitar results. Th* fourth shell, containing eight#** pounds of dynamite, struck the cliff with such effect that two faugh inn**#* of rock were sent t oiling down into th* gorge. The doctor is aalisfUsi with th# results Heerotary Tracy wifi be invited to attend th* u#st expert maut. ACQUITTED THE MINISTER. Clee# of the Tri*! of Rev. Melmleh for Killing r.<t Palmer. Cornell. Btcrru, Iowa, March 17.—Th* trial of D. M HcimM'fc for the killing of Bd Falmer at Neola leat August baa Just okred. awd the jnry brought ta u verdict of acquittal Th# result wm not u nan I let pated, for the sentiment of the public has bere with the preacher. He was th* Methodic* clergyman et Neola and wm prom in eat in bkt warfare cm the saloon* of .the place. Ha hod road* himself obnoxious to that element and also to Fainter, It was alleged, by tatwferlng ta hie family affair*, and hie life had bean threatened. It WM a Headon* Bhat. The preacher armed himaeif. and when, on a dark night, he rod* up to bb own door and wa# greeted by a volley of eggs ha draw hi* revolver, shot at random, anti Fuhrer fell mortally wounded. He wua Indicted for manslaughter A full and impartial showing of the facte In the case was made on the trial and th* verdict lea full vindication af the pun*** of the preacher. When th* verdict wm rami th# crowd in the courtroom cheered    ___ ll WM Promptly Obeyed and Full? th,-OOO People Have Poaeed th# Border end Hee no • h* Location el Their Claim#— Th# Cherokee Idee Work Association r.kis Ptinwares ss* their f ettle Fe! t* Plight— Very Little Kesistoaee. Akkax#a* (ITT, Kau., March 17.—"Onto lh* stop’ 7 hut wa* th# *ig"»l for ’he Invasion oft e Cherokee outlet i*y the anxious •boomers" who have been *atln»r.*J J# the bonier for th* last torty-aigbt hours. It echoed around the nu lot front uudn.ght mitt! dawn an I when Hie sun nj*' ever the promised tan I Ute lavation bad fsiriv tegun. AU day th-* k>i« Hiws of caucus-dun rwi prairie -wbooner* aith their many crew*, drew their length* into th * roes'* I land. It ta ret aiN ll tm n th* Mali of Building Lots for Sale. Corner Main and Dry, 150x120, for $500. Eighth and Market, 60x120, - - - - $450 Ninth and Market, 50x100,.....$350. Bluff Street, two lots, each for - - - $150. Alton st*, bet. Fifth & Sixth, 60x120, $500. Hlgliland Parlt. One Hundred Lots ranging in size from fifty feet front to one hundred feet and thirtyffront, all very deep. Prices from $50 to$500, on terms to suit purchaser?. One of the nicest residence plats in Alton. Over KM) Honsen and Lota iii different paris of tho oily. Call aud Ste list. Dorsey & Mal, I Belle street. Monsjr Ie Boy heed Whee*. Htoux OTT, Iowa, March 17.—Th# loenl committee appointed Thursday nigh* bere received subscription* amounting to IX.4MI In Ald in buying seed wheat for Mouth Dakota farmers It Is vip* ted thai ta* oim-not will ii* Increased to *5.000 »<•*<*# the canvass is cm pieta The committee frets Dakota. ronslatlny of Lieutenant Governor Vlelidwr, Judge Drake, aud ta* Rev. t, R Help, r» Oretaa ic the morning and Us-ne- to Kansas City. Peel Itelileg Wm I ag al I sad. Hum Tom, March IT,—Th# geoaral term of the supreme eourt^Frilay d#* |d#d that ■ar snow inc trayR*'xxx vn. r. en Iran#, fiaily Ail) 0 p-uplc hnv* pjaswl the border end half that number sleknt eta rn-The strip ii Invade I Ever since Fr sid- ut Harrison crdjred tbs Cher okie Mtrlp Live Stock eenucistton to v.-n*ate th* ’out it” flgrenre here u-aa gatheringoa til# frontier mix .nu* to be au#*ug th# lire* tm th# gruuaii AU test* of People There They la I od rd ell rn rte of po-pi-, aal they mm. ta el a Vt# of way# The tramjH, an i Bmmv or. ideate of them, os rn# eta fwd; the a,, av taut a taal mtate daairr, with his pail •■itarnaut, and there arere plenty irf them, loo, .-aal* bv rad. anJ th- berri file sett tare, Who aer.* In a great majority, •»<«# iii their cuvsrat wageux. wHivertal fur ti#, tim* boing leto n emu lanai iou Iwslllug aud vohi‘i<* ptom# trf th# tatter who «v.ui I not aff'>nl tin ’-iiury even of a wagon iraii|i*»l to lh * border Isolde their bor#** laden with house!**! g.aids, and luouy of them ta wring th»*r children taw .moll to walk ant Ox. Heavy to be carried The latter were rnoetiy .tippled with tents Th# temporary o -j < Ute |Kitat* of lh* isami.-r* were lh# ri»«*r* sad ere.-ks Aa Inalgaldeaat Fore*. Tile invasion enate with a rush. No ob# exiwcied it, mt evwi the settlor* thc.n*elv#s Th-* ten an ta of Un* -trio, th# Cherokee Idv# (Hock eaaoetetkm, sad th# ag-tii* w-rv taken entirety uaewuiw*. Cbtaf Hey** of taw Cherokee natl-rn hat! placed at ti- • dta;>oe*l of the former % eoutiugent of Indian |*d;ow to dHve eat oreretoual atilw*, but tin* we* entirely too Uiaiata<ta*ni a fefee lo oppou* the invader* an i 'hey w?re jowsriew to ©ope with th# stive .rn. IV government, so for aa known, had taken no pr elution* to arrest a piesiUle movement of the arttlers, and it aaa not uuttl twirly in th# morning that the military appeared upeo the rn ne. ttapt Burljenk, Ut cumin *ud of a suiali force of United Skates regulars at Oklahoma City, marched his forte into the strip lo alay the progress of th# h-sauwra, having bere so order*! by teiegra,*h Kveryhedy (let There. Ho far ae know a this for* # had no effect in retarding tea movement, although nota lug (rf the movement* of th# military has teen teerd stne* they de|#u toil At everybody that started from here got ttw-rs On entering th# atrip Ute cattle*r*».n* there looked upon t Im unusual scene with alar rn, turned toll, and fled, a stomped# ensuing which the cowcoj# ta charge were unable to either eheek or control In# oat*ie fled Av* or tax mil** tsifor# th# lovelier* from the Barth, where they war# ast by th# !#■ niter* cum rag    free. Oklahoma. Between three two tires they were driven ***t am* vee*. Arriving tm the strip, the tattler* disembarked rrvito their “schooner* end *tak#d their claims. ALWAYS AHEAD With tile aim of Leading iii my Lino of Bu*inm I have Received a Large Stock of BYZAN TINE RUGS The Latest in he Market, in til Sizes and Colors, A FINER ANO BETTER RUG than the SYRMA ROG, at jhe Sami Price. The Citizen* of Alton am! Vicinity arc Co (tinily Invited lo Call and Examine these RUGS. I am not afraid of an Inaction af their Quality. A. J"-HOWFIL.I q pool aeiltag os races was trealtasd tqr art of tagviaiure in IMT The dedMna WM In a OM* where a mon mad a raring aaatdtUo* to recover w Ie aln*-* on a p»xd Uohot The dta'aare moved to dientita ta* ouupiohit oa Um, gr-.uod that th* Iraneactkm wee gam* ytug The lower ©oui! grouted th* moMon, Ult the geaarui ten revwwta this rating and ar tars e oew tateL Ab OM Man laclaereleA. . Ltos*. Neb., Man-h l7.-U»*oa Boiera, a^,.l BT y«or», living uiuo* Hgtu un we n->rtb-weot of Lf om. Was bur taxi to dr atli tale#* a wn.i * o’atoek la ti * uiorutn*. Tha Are ie ill jarl to harer iught fr^e a lamp Hi# STSSe IV. I the fUuws au l went to Mb father'* rewcat, (tat uo woe toe late, th* iud wen lie man's i#g* end both arras betag burned ..IT I- * ■••to* s*ri i'tettenta were I fltatro,«I He Weighed Over 400 Pound*. MtamrgLUV ll** . Mrnta 17.- Lampoon Cr v    i tin ouratty poor boure a* Ft re ta a Mleklgoe tale#. KoawaT. Mick.. March 1T.-A fire atortod la th* new shaft, betweeo th* fifth and sixth I of toe Yukon Him#, st fiji) oV uch toe tamft bouse, burning It ta  th* building* adJooeaS leyE, danger, «p*etaUy th# putep    whk-h tao sheeted with (lie aimft The hva «wa-nol be estimated It Witt reach many t»«»u-mumI duiiare, and wifi place Ch# into* ta hod shop# for the shipping aeaaoa. Th* Iowa Ball wag Behedel*. DBU Muixb#, Iowa, March lf -diecretoir A Ut*worth, of to* retread eutp.«tesl«n ha rwetaved r telegram tn>m the railroad menacers »ta ting that they woald adopt the ©urn (iiietaewers’ schedule of June tat, WW. to go into effect Me rah Iii. Thta schedule Im*** rates up to 10u miles where they now ore. but reduce* long distance rat*#, the lirta<to« rate far IOO miles betag »* crete. Itayaer Keteeeed from Jell. New Yobx. March 17 Ouorg* H. Htoy-n#r who, with Henry * Iva*, ta under eight Indictments for th* frau* hi Urn t issue of (Na-etunat* HamiHoa and Dor Un rat In ad sto* k Bm tmMt) rehmmd from Uidiaw atreel tau, ST«© Owirg. H . Jr. and Oehta IX fllC -I—., off th) VVset Bevreleenth tareet, bar* lug q jallficl es suretta* for th* •t&.AM) had demanded.    _ la Favor of th# Brotherhood. I Fbi (.a mc LPH I a. March IT,—In thaeeort of ooiBMua p'ste Judge Thayer ha# dedded that th* “reserve rule* «»«»ot be eafonwd. H# refused to groat an iatanrtioa against Hallman end eurtalned tor Fr,>tte*rbood’a geiuum r to the League club’# LB, Blag ll*• •**!>• rf • IKwatioa. I fUiMB. March 17 King Humbert baa do-eatol the aura of $MMM> lo. th# purpose of erecting a menu meet to th** ia#m*iry of th# I toitoi (Otirtut (Jiuxpiw Mi—iai An Order to Leave the atrip. WoAJtisoTMi GITT, March It —The Amit hee tamed a proclamation ordering to-traders en the Ghswoke# etaip to bara, ae •n* lend* atli! baking to ta# Indians end in* to the United Baka The UitaJiomo UU, new pending In euagrem, dom ne# affect th# states of three lauds AN ASTOUNDING SITUATION. A G«ai tar of e MI I Boe Miners larelved la a etal## ta KeglanA. Ll—BOX, March ll.—A general tank# throughout Ute eoantry hoe Iran dechtol ■pre by the Miners’ htatarsUon ta caam-garer* vt a fattare ta serure an iocrrem in aitx ut* wages from the master. Thta pre Mute aa oatoandmg situate*, as et Bota Ak), UBI rn i aer* are to vetoed. The new* mum fettered at th* shack #x«**. .eg* rn th# iioirulag pruJoreil an nhauiut* . agnation, th -agt yr lese ware b— taightiy affected To Merry Missis Wawemeker. WssaiMWi crrv. March It —It I* rumored in lh* deb* and drawing rot .ms <4 Washington that th# reg#^> #*snt of Dr Ruth, of ta* navy, and Miss Mina * Vt ana maker, eUhet daughter of th# i**tutu*tai ganerte will stout beannoumvl Dr. Ruth ta toyer tot a* Ute ere total -et in Mi hi Ute mw. aet ta th# late known alai pt<d<otdy m niote plantar start) man in Bashing tee UU ba# t en very devoted in hi* st too (ton to tartare pretty girls for sev.*rol ■**-ere. lot it is ated that be has now inst his fate ta th. prteiy and wealthy Miss Wan* ■yak r.    ,    _____ Uppretaton I* High tv .rat Tariff. IPmtoa. March It —The Rctesw I'otunrr etaI Bulletin autntiece* th# organlion of anew amurtnlluM of wool manuUctnrera whhth will eppres Bm ted Net tonal reawta-Man. of whi.b WAMom Whit tutu ie prest iktni Th# os* ergenisat too will reette the extreoss d#outnde af (tat wtioi gr-.werA yh.une fifty maimln<-lurer* r#.potui*d to the first •Ste. raprssanUog every clam *4 w.wUoman ufo to i sr. -iwrtwts. flannels, blanks ta. ce#-tau# rss, euretod# etal #var<'«*tings Th# or-gaalsatmn will demand a reductio* of wool d ut Us    ........ Un >rg« Frere ie et Tsrea T ACXXX a, Wash.. March 17.-George Kran-, eh Tram arrived hers at 4 o’clock Ft I by I afternoon He w a raorlvel with a big »•** rode, Umu ag ere boo and flint ring Biff. ! He irate* Mrs ta hts tour around th* tutti' I aguiusi Urn# tm Man ti W oy apcmal ►taimr , to Victoria, B. G, and wt.l bs sccompnniad nor way by a fleet vt •toaateru V^Worid?B9 rn HOW ASIDE VOUK FUEL KATUS AKO IST STT IN ({inland Stoves ami Ranges. Builders’ Hardware a Speciality.- »l have the Finest Line of Carpenter's Tools in theiCity. Mite and Japanned Ware. A. L. Floss Third Street, opp. Bello, Telephone 92. SPRING SHITS. I aaa off* reeffitrinn a large and ratio I #tot*ll et Cle-ita. I* eta ta© prevailing ehadea, for J^iriug SuiU, which I am prepared to Make up to tau Most gashiionHbl© GUARANTEEING A Perfect Fit Reasonable Rates and Complete Satisfaction. H.C. G. Moritz, 112 Third st. x ll. A. HOFFMANN, ANO 100-102 Lost Second st •tog auk* re rug if UHM AO KF re run ll iteBliWti>££ Flr.-lKickH Wa*ranttul to Lnsl I’D" Year*. “OWCA HUAI." uaaousm ATOVt*.    tare-1* ftvm ;