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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - November 5, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON BAILY TELEGRAPH VOLUME 30.ALTON, ILL., WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 5. 1800. VTA I Ort VV. iou Terrible Smash-Up on Hail at Rock Cut, Pa. the FOUR PERSONS LOSE THEIR LIVES. PAPETERIES, IBOX PAPER I FINE LINEN STATIONERY #nir Put up lo large wh'te envelopes, IO sheets assorted, of our I ms st stock, with IO envelopes to match. Only 10c per Kn-velope. Also: •fir* One quire boxes, containing 2rf Sheets of Piper aud 24 Envelopes to* rattail. Only 25c p :r box. •"*" these Select and Superior Writing I'apeis, uiade aud put up especially for OUR TRADE, include the following popular shade*: WHITE, CREAM, V E A C ll, P R I M It 0 S E, IRIS ll It 0 N I), ENGLISH PARCHMENT, ELITE LENOX LINENE. HT* Our large quantity pun Inned of these SELECT Goods, enable* us to maintain our LOW DOWN and POPULAR pricea, although all Papeteriee have advanced from 15 to 25 per cent. •fir* Give these Goods a trial and you will And that they are considerable less in price that) you hive beeu paying, consistent with quality. C. J. Degenhart, 101 and 103 Third st., Alton, III.      *   ______  _ IF YOU NEED — A BOTTLE OF — Lotion for Chapped Hands, Good Cough Syrup, Perfumed Cosmoline, A Good Healing Salve, Nice Soap or Perfumery, , - OO TO —o— MARSH’S DRUG STORE FRANK BUDDE. —O— RETAIL DEALER IN - o Wines and Liquors. —o— AGENT POR ~o~ ANHEUBKH’H BOTTI,KI3 BRKR. Goods delivered to any part of the city free of charge. Southeast corner of Belle and Fourth at*., (Raible’a old stand.) Alton, IU. Choice Brand! of WINES and LIQUORS Alway* on Hand. BRUEGGEMAN BRO’s. .Artistic Tailor** and Oent’s Kurnishors*. WSH* TW* VrMgli Trains Are «* a Kid-'** *® u* •    Train    Fate    th* Operator at th* Matte* Throws (Ka Mwltcl. aaa rn Frightf*l Collision I* (Im ft ess 11 —fit* Ii,,jr hi,,I utta Item — OI brr Arri© rot#, Hi list I -R, S Y., Nov. ft.—A terr! bb* sort lr ut occurred at 5:4 > o’c ock Monday aft, rfi'Moi tit th* lh.- a warp, Lackawanna I •" 1 WVatrro railroad at Rock Cot. a alatern <ib*»uf Hire/ rn ll cm »<,nth of (hi* city, 4 "M moonlit of the undue ofl!ciou*ne#s of M. H. ( lark, a boy telegraph operator. The blunder resulted in the death of four per.on*, the injury of many other* and the dent ruction of ne Vera! thousand dol-! •h*’*’ worth of rolling stock,*. the Wreck. Th* New York aud Philadelphia day ex(<r-«* train from the south due iii Hyra-i erne at |i. rn , pMMta Rock Cut at ft;40 j o’clock every day. it do*# not atop there 1 bot p<s-oa the station at the usual rate of speed, abo il forty mile* an hour. Befur* the ex pre.* wa* due at I Rock C ut Monday two coal tram* from j flymen** bad arrived at the alation and j bed been run lu ob a a witch od the uort Ii aide of the main track. The engineer of j th# flr*t train that weut In on the twitch atm*! welt untoward the east end of ilia aide track. Engim-er Jam** Doyle of the 1 ooh I train wa* In the cab of h.» engine waiting for the express to pas*. Michael Tlernay, a brakeman, was also in the cab j denning hi* lantern. The aecond coal Irwin wk* liehind Doyle’* and about *ev-rnty feet from the calloo** of the forward tr«in, dirk. the operator, waa ie hie room in the alation, a tow rial# eaat of the Mwitch and waa on the outlook for lite exp: eat A Fatal MUI ake. The latter tatoo lima, and aa the headlight came into view It fibbed through <’ « k’s till lid that the a wit ch waa op«n, atid i bn' lf it wa* not closed the expreaa woald «1 atli into lh * u-mI trala, No (tonner dni the thought enter h s brain tha i be •ia-tie I our of the door, malted lo the ■“Vi ob ami anting it over. Then he real-It»d—d>ut too late—his mistake Aa the twitch waa turned the express awnog on the aile track aud the or aah (rf the engine* told the re*ult. Lika mousier* they ground earn other to pi*©** The fire man and engineer of each engine were taught iu the wreak nu I killed She Killed aud Injured. James Doyle, of Scranton, Pa ; Mar tie Fenland, hie tit cornu; Michael J. Burke. <-f Syrttcuae; Jeremiah Le*, hi* flrnaau I t.e b ..gage an I ex pre** oar of the pan wager train careened over into the ditch on the north aide of the track In the • ar wore VV, H. Cop penal I of Oiwego, <leorge ll rby of (’ort aud and Joseph Kl laid i i Oswego. All were more or Ieee ■ tijured. though none fatally. Michael Tierney was also badly hart. All the paseenger* were Beverly shaken ap, though only Mrs Jui a Corcoran of Buffalo was aer.ouely injured. MISCELLANEOUS MISHAPS. A RIOT AT THc POLLS. Two -Oat- Mea Shut at I hlladelphl CMI** (lf a rainily Feud. PitlLAUfcLFHiA Nov, A—Au old family f* ud I OU pled with an attempt of a well known to the police to \o*e a gang of repeater* caused a riot ut the polls in (nilling place of the Am division of the lourtli ward, Front and South a.recta, Tuesday morning. Two men were shot | and the UMM who oau*rd all the I rut! hie ta M ll at iar_e, the pol toe haVtug tidied to I nrr.wt bt in. IL-, ween John Dunn, who I live* ai f bird ami Got tn.*u at recta, and I John O'Donnell, of Front below Ann street, there Itta I wen a longstanding stodge Tut-(lay morning lr i* alleged that O'Donnell i ra lad a party of a <1* sen or muie of tong.ia from various part* of the i|t> and attempted to vote them In favor of Vaux. Ile himself tried to vote, tail when Dunn. Vim lives in the division. p-o,cited, the ti {bt lie/an. Aa Innocent i p. et atar Shat. Almo-t latfore the p-nple alani t the polis k■ e v that nnytning »,ot of the Usual run wa* going on Daun aud by crowd had drawn revolver* aud ware hic ng awuy at O’Donnell and the Ut tcr’a fi ends, who had crowded about him at «h- Ural sign of trouble limy, tim, drew we spun*. and tor two or a# c minute* a perter,. In Bade of pi«ui. chou * aa kept up Henry Bryson axed Si year-, mu Inoffensive Iriahni in, who llvea at 7<>4 Mouth Front a,net, ami who hid ta leu no part whatever in the fray, waa the principal victim He hat bis buck toward the crowd and fell at lite brat die, a pistol bullet having struck hun ta the hl|i. He wa* taken lo the Fe ii nay I-v wiia hospital, anil while be la seriously injured, the physicians think h * will re «<ver. The other man who was shot waa tally slightly injured in the right wrist. HlHi IIP IN A BOI. An Exciting Time at a Fight in Mexico. Bull TEN THOUSAND PEOPLE ATTEND, W eat. Aad Iii root rn g Knraartl at th# Hay the Fight Ma* t '••ut u ct id marted Ona et Their Owa—T'le Hull F.gluer* Reek ttafely la I'ilgtlt—f ie {‘.titre t*<tarcrle«a to atop the Htwt—ti ,,,lieu aud t hlldre* In a (‘ante Cliv <»F Atoxic », Nov. ft -The Jm key club held tia *< cond r.tltotnu Monday, aud the day was ventrally ob-a rve ! aa a fes I * * I la the Cabal rill ^ a j bn Id th’ wax give t, at w hic i more than lOa: I *|icer at os were present, Fumier* | It* mn,mired th it tho cele brat cd (Itta-j until * I til a wool I fur lib aport, with A > u ami Kerrir a* Hist mid aet, sd <**?i.t , i«. i'he -to-it from th ■ ti,st iou.ut i COAL. The Fatuous GIII,(.pie Heft CO IL delivered ut live minutes notice iii liny of the city. llui nu ,o u Clear Grey Ash, no Clinker* or Cinder*. Beal Soft Coni ii, the HARD COAL SHADES OF I* IAS SUMNER! VV * I torsos'a I* This the l.tV-cl of Henry a peeeliT B »mn, Mass. Nev ft—Miaa Florida L. lAaveruey, den /liter of a wealthy Savannah cotton broker, and Miaa Maude ,«    .    .    * ’ .    mmmvm    I *n lM|f ami sought safety in Che, Bey, d in litter of the col lector of the Tit- eui-.,v .re I to qui* port of Ga I vest ob, TVx , both colored amin**.! their club* freely. girls of refinement, were I aet fall sd muted to the N w England nooservstory •rf rn ti-ic in th>a city. Home or the ut mr-tu lt‘9** ©’.J‘it-ii ti nit in 4, teal log and a * abating w th these young ***r-a. end f or some week* the executive b art! of the eon-ervatoi/ ii d nut know whet tier to senti them away or to take the i halloes of lo«lug a large number of the r wealthy whit- patrons. Vlie * ..It. t ton they Proposal. J The director* have written ta the par-etna of th**, young colored girl* asking them to e.ther withdraw theta from wins I or b .ard them on side, and th* ae letters have beeu given oat, creating quite a sensation min© g tile friends of t-iie e- 'iool. It look* Baw as though the director* will get into warm water for drawing (br color line. A abort and Beeeessfal Mirth*. BACLE Pass, Tex.. Oct. 4.-One of the shortest and moat tucor**fu| strikes on (•cord occurred Monday In tke machine ehopg iielongiug to the Mexican Internal Ka * Ina i company. Muortiy after noon Hie bulletin in the shope announced a IO p r cent. reduction in wages. Within ten minutes the shop whistle blew sod every man in the shop* quit work. Th* trainmen made common cause aith th* mechanic* aud simultaneously quit work. When the result of the Flared a Fatal Game of Moldier.    " "*7 TT    ^‘‘Ut.on    wa*    re- STKAC t sfcL    N Y    Nov a    - *____-    itJlgwl,    tug general manager rec.-u«id*r*d ,,,    ,    f : *    ~ A°fUJ,t    the    order, and    the men    resumed    work at Blume went hunting    Monday.    When he J tile    old    rat** returned lie    forgot    that his    gun coo tallied a charge of bird-shot, and placed it in a corner of th* kitchen. Two of his childre*, Freddie and Henry, age. I 14 sod ll Tear* respectively, went into the k tcben loon after and began to play told lur. Freddie took his air gun aud Henry picked up the gun loaded with bird ahot. They stood facing each other at short range, placed the two gene to their shoulder*, aud at a given stgual leu I. pulled th* trigger*. Freddie dropped to the ll we, probably fatally In jo red The ahot lore away moat of hi* rig III oar, lac* int ta* the flesh of th* neck. and riddled the bone hock of th* ear *o that six or s*v*.i piom of hone were m-nniV.*d. Thereto aute hope of lh* boy'* recovery. Fatally Hart at a Flew Kansas Cliv. Ma, Nov. ft. —Fire caught in. i be Im** m-nt of 1ft Oak at reel, a boarding house, Mouday and made such pro* git sa I *ftire discovered that it out off ail ♦ id by the doorways and stair*. A. 4 W«*.drnff jumped from the necood story and w as fatally injured ^samuel Martin abo J imp-d from the actual story window, an i broke both hnkle*. Georg* Stover slid 'Wu a r.ipj from the third story aud .It* , cited an ankle. Che other boarder* wove rescued. FALL AND WINTER NJUS Made to Order At Price* LOWER limn tony otlhrr Ttoliwring House Iii thF City. Good WorkuisnMhlp Hint Perfect PII Guaranteed. Cull anti Eiaminp Our Stock Before Bnpg Elswbere. OHI PIA9A ST. Tw« Mi arr* Killr.L luwiv, Fa., Nov. 5 —Th* Uniontown**, pr •> Monday > veiling ran into a party of r laviuiiau miner* on their way loth# j West more laud Coal company’s mi nee. like killed were: Jueeph lie bo. k. aged 84, Michael Qui la*, aged Hi A girl waa thrown down ti*# hank, but esc iped with- * out serious iuj try. The men bad Iwen working here aiioot rn week. Both leave f amli UM in Europe. (aught ta Mis Oars Trap. UttOTU, Pa., Nor. ft—Horn* tim* ago thieve* entered th* store of Benjamin H. Huber, peed master at Hnhers, (bi* county, aud he arranged a spring gun to •boot tbnu should they return. Tuesday morning he waa found shot ttoul Im the •tore The guu was found dtochargvd and liuler I* neiiete I to bar* shot him-•alf while setting the gun A Wieeh Is W (Moas I a. Hi LMT, WI#.. NI v. ft—Th* VIS passenger train on the Chicago and Northwestern mad was wrecked Tuesday morning ami Fireman Welch ine'aatiy kl dad. En • |iuser Egan waa hadiy injured. The J <• o<M.e* war* badly etwashwi. Nit set.gera verteaaiy injarwd. Th* use cmU-wI by aa unlocked awttdi. > bo pas-accident DR.CR0SVENOR'S . Belle Aps ic PLASTERS. TH* BCBT POROUS PLASTIC »■    a ISSttT- RHEUMATISM, KIDNEY PAUS, LANE BACK, ie. pftOftTKHift * IlfHAM*. Iwto% Mtaaa. Fell with a Lighted Lam*. hor rn UxtHLi HEM. Pa.. Nov. ft—Mr* A, R Jo I ten, while coming downstairs with a lighted Ona loll lamp and rarryiag her I yea- old child, stambled and fell to the toHlonu Tile lamp explode I, and mother ami child wet* bcr«.h y birued. Xwtbcr can titre. The AKmi Had llydeMphehia. Cain hake. Ilia, Nov. ft—A little child of Mr. Farber, real bug in Myth# town-aidp. wa* bitt “i by « rah:! dog Hot ar- <t«T the Mil ort -1 has -OIC# died in (pastis. To* ch.I.« pa su ta have aug {hi a mad-too*. The Nan Hotel Fir*. HA* FiusciaoQ. Nov. ft—Th* origin of th* Ore which destroyed th* Burlington hotel and badly damaged tho Grand hotel, remains unknown. The only Insurance OO lh* bolk was ftJS.vKM. which waa held by th* owners of the Burlington. Tilers aaa not a dot bar of insurance on the Grand. The henvleat loser* are th* Burlington ho ii i building aud furniture, twu ooh, the Grand hotel building and furniture, f7L. !*«{ Hunter Bro*.' stock, EVt,:xii; (j. j». Downing, lo** of stock, fJU,tow; the total hwa L sell mated at between ftiXJ.OUt an I Aft * J, WU. ► milieu III son ut Kol.ct Oarrett. New Yon*, Nor. ft-A *rwchd to The Frees from Baltimore says: While Ko bort Garrett, th* tx president of the ii. aud th, wa* st I Im Maryland cinb calling on an eld aeq'mint*no* be w as suddenly taken Wit & a f .doting spell, due to heart dto-aaat. and sank lo the ground unconscious. tie was taken to his residancs near by, where restoratives wars applied, which brought him bmck to consciousness. His fneuds ars very much alarmed at hts condition. bet Ba Dead aa Supposed. Hamiltox, Out, Nov. ft— A boat two weeks ago so unknown mao was found dea I Ut rn cha r in the W.loox house, s, Thomas. Tho family of John Croft, of rid pions, identified the body aa that of Jouu Croft, and Hie rentals* were buried here, Ut* family going Into mourning. Mouday th* genuine John Croft returned home, and chang -d the grief to glad ti ess Re (shad of a Large A*s*wwL Atlanta, Ga., Nor. ft-John P, Mc-Cut lough, agent for an Atlanta guano kilts*, wam robbed of It,MIO in money and |7,IXX» in notes, at Rivers*!*, Burglars broke into th* room, where he was sleeping and stole a satchel containing th* nut** and money. The satchel, with th* notes was found later, but there to no trace.of the money or th* thieve*. The flat pet of (‘appet. lIot’OHVii*, Mio,, Nov. ll—For tbs month of Octohor the output of copper by the Calumet arid Hecla min* wag th* largest In its history, being 4 til tofu. Tbs production of otbrr mince for the month arm:    (Juney, *80 tons; Atlantic, IM; Franklin. 408; Huron. Vtstf Fill 11 ICS I* * I ut verso ; totes! I**. Lu SKOK, Nov. ft—A lively canvass to going on among the electors of Glasgow | university, the t’ooservaijv.-* awd their Iiu«*rai• I’jrfoiitst anlia having put up Chief .Secretary Btifour fur the ufflee of lord ito*or The Liberal ca ididst* to Lord Aberdeen TM* Tipperary Trials. TiprtRAiir, Nov. ft —The < rows »« elude-! Ila rope a* dost tit* accum! Na-t(»urli*ca M (aday a id the trial wa* arf. jowriwd for “no we *k to onside the de feads to pi epa re their aid* fur presentation St* web rn Fill see-Berret Well. Mat fem v villa, CK, Nor. ft-Th* first well In th* new oil f| 'd in Island Cm k township J-ffsnci wiaq. six mile* from th sc -v, came n ftlonosy It fl iwvrf Ii Ic* a I mm reL ai ode bour, Sits. I Iv far Hie Achter*, sn I while Zo'.iio was at ctiipiMig to kill III* third bull be I Wee (MUght 0,1 ii-h (fill, apita ss though j Im- was a lop, na I ta*.sd ta the sir. He j fell to th* «iou lid and was nu «m gored bv ll)# iof.iri tie I animal lie WH* taken I from the ring for dead I/Per it« cnt. red I Abe riiit, haft w#v not pvrmlttel to flght, sud Mid,# retiring drop pel iii a faint. It w«M found lie Iivd thro • deep wounds wit cli, It is believe I, ^ii| in f* The Poller Woe l'iiw-rIres. kivw lo, rj hull * weie let in tits are in, bus none fooght well, I Ii* spectators Im-rmtne enrage i and ti grit.* w.-n* at trt-d un ! t i* Httnny ai ic of ti.* aren# among the j M"'' tutors Fini-* of wood wars thrown ) in Ilia ring from this stdo, uhuh starts I a general dent dltion of the pl ira After alt tile elixir- had been pill lied lido the . am.a the rdii't^* we?- wrenched off and thro.en «,u tile ira,L of th* polio* in th< al'ryway. Tnt-l it! rtgh’srs fsvrtnt they ! w«;i ii lie* I. e sum (led from the the streets. to* tumult _ ^    _    .    ., „ hut their af- fun* prove I nit,ie, as H wa* threatened that if they did not desist they would br hurled into the ring. At the oniiaienos-ment itt the d vinier wa men, children. end timid men rushed Into tint paesago* Kay* to p-cspe Into the a:rerta. ihxking tlx rn atid r.iuxitg s parti*! panic, in which, fortunately, nobody wa* hurt, CCLO-BLOODSD MURDERS. Two Me* Shot Kewu br w Kevengrfwl Miaerrsst in Isrftsss. I.AFATkTTK. Iud., Nov ft -rfj#.»rg* B.'U nett, a psi it tar, shot John Weckhoff. s Mo* on ll tv ti i un, Monday afternoon as ho wa* a alk!.i { on tbs street with rn friend, tit* UH clift ring the .sick just sbov* the ti <ht thigh, penetrwtiug thesbdoiuen and Canting a fatal noun J. II# ||M.„ W, M .Volt, a <e.rpruifr, through tit* beset, him in*tsstiy. it,* strike t «H* Hi* I ox ago, Iftnrluigiou A (rfulncy I’l tno-n ran an mg! v ©u Ihm rdhd and tie hr I lo-r hood men have dreignateii boa a " fab" Home t,m<* ag* Bet ne;t*» paint bi itsh ** mo I scow! »v e desisted aud bo Halo at SS ors no . n. tile set. Ile tented h room of a i i wa* ordered ty vacate last Hvturdey. To*** grisvsarrs bd to Ute shoo ing, itonaett ba l been drinking, hut wa* not drunk Hf due* not tleiiy tim it I me and announce a de tertniuatLm to ail * tbs cuts , J int if* Hews* sr reset the Bhoot lag. Mweh Eu tvooal Is Washlagiaa. VVAsltiMOrnv CiTT, Nos. ft.—The clerks In lbs government departments wars In a • at* of repressed excitement Tuesday. About IO per cent. of th* government employes have gone bom,- to vol* sad cos se-quem ly the female employee si* seemingly in the majority, Utile work was done, ti,* clerks sta nding much of their time diMcttssJug th* elect loos. Hr cr* tar he I’(victor. I racy aud Ku-k, Fa*tiua-ter (oiiersi Wsiiauaker sa rf Attorney U*u> #.••! Miller voted lo their respective •’ates. Alarge a umber of other tiffin n I# of lesser protnitieuc# have also gone boma. The telegraph ofllxes and the iMwsp#p*r ei'a «•» wet e mu rounded liy crowds r->m- pencd principally of off! holders who Were unable in wfthstwa I the prevalH tg ext I. meal aud keep to their desks, J k day was one of great excitement la VV sail ingtoo. A War Veters* Itesd, New Yi*k«, Nor, ft-Gen. John J. Wright dial st Hi Lake's hospital un Hunday night. After thirty day*’service with the Seven: Ii regiiueot at th* eau break of th# civil war Ova. Wright or gout serf a company in the F fly flr.t reg,. men* of voluntict - (Hhepsrtl Rifled lo the rolooelry of wbi h he mount’d by nui < ac cive S' epa dually becotntug a brigadier general. His br < v -ry was < xuapictious in •very ac in i in which lie took part West Ie Lweate Near ( hire*,,. CxtCIOd, Oct. ft —A party of gut Isnt en from New York city have bren looking over a large tract of load just south of th* Little Calumet river at New Chicago, with a view to lo.ating woolen mills tic re. Three of tit* Incorporators of the new company ar* C ti lh,wa-, J. VV. Co, hr (ut aud J. Wall, of New York It is und*r*t<« d that the e > pi tai stock of the Mw c<> rn ;>mm | which has I wen incur pore e l in New York to h'Mx.aUU. Maud lur Libel by a (ires,I Jarful**. HT. 1/H'ts Nov. ft—K D. I/in caster, • member of th- grail I Jury i f the liminal court, bs* flied a suit for •A.tMfi against The Fiwt-Dwpaich Fo hi ahi ag eospaoy and Flormios II White, managtng ed.uw. bu.Oley** issue of The Fuet-Dtop itch eon I si u,-1 * « ring arraignment of th* grand Jut), and ecveialy cniiuiaad l/uieasur'e cxeduct as s in toller of that body, A ltas|Hsr 4* Be* a tor Hawley. Waxhi MOTON CiTT, Nor, ft—fl mater Hawley to up la Connecticut flghttug th* Democrats, but Im keeps up le.egrMpkic com mu meat iou with hts home hers sad learnt*I Mmiday auwning that be bacao* the fat hei of a daughter to match th* little son that was bora to bim about a year ago Wer* ah we! leg for FsaeraU. Ct: ti TA KUOS A, Tena, Nor. ft—At King stoa Mood ay John Ii. Waster, Jr., th* two marshal, was shot by Jamws Ed wards, whom In mar n*I was trying lo err. at, sn rf in turn ahot Edwgrda. both tofu are dead. He Wee I salt Ive sa Thai Colat Gl’TMMiX, O. T. Nu*, ft— M L VV’eat wa* shot sud kil el wren mile# from h're M u lav by A J, Vici*, ss Wet ha I te^Mht • u a im. I elal rn toe.* I at Mo-Fie*, was a ‘Veiner.* Iii all sizes. Delivered at Lowest Market (iiiality Unsurpassed. CUI NOW, BEFORE IHE B G ADVANCE. Dorsey & Mann 310 Belle street. TKI,i:p] IONK «4‘ ANI) 31; THE OMAHA FOR RI RNIVO COAL, C ORK OR WOOD. Combined Coal lr KAN EVkm MODIC BN IU I'M TF MIC XT i.ttMg. I'crfc. ttoo .if (InanSiMi si I’re sui I naut -TKF OHLY I’KuriCt’T- and Wood Cooking Stove M&de. ill «.V"*'..lVrf,,‘ wf °,M ,    "•"'l-‘i<    ity*amn'iurab    'trVhlThiegsst Mo?**MiumI^ Hole PITTS &, HAMILL A^onthi. ITS    NO SECRET. TMt fmr STOCK is the MOST ODMPLKTB •▼*! mought to Ateoo VV a oat! abow you Something New as often bm you call lo: CARPJEjTSi Tape.try,    Body Hr asse Is Ingrain,    Art ^quart's. Rag or Hemp. IN OURTAIJVS* Had., or Flu.,.,    LacoorForUor. rn hugs: rur Coquette, Mnyrmi dc Oriental. Linoleums, Oil Cloihs, Wira and Cocoa NDis. Ladies like to see the Newest and Pities! in House Decoration*. The Knmi. St Way to m r them it to Call freqoeutiy at our estabUaliafteaft, whether yoa wish lo buy or not.    ^ HOWELL. GOODS! ANO AXitTHMK Kit OF CLOTHS, WORCESTERS CASSIMEKES. Jt'*T KIU. J It MO FOX I AL L. \V t ; A H. also a riM uxi or .rf**■ C “Iii f ir Ov*-icoals mu FALL AND Win mg. E. L. BOECKMANN. TMK TI.VEST HK tTKh Radiant Home, TKF bkl r ll AKU COAL MASK Ut KUCK. Superior, IiK '• »*»r IWK) KOT <'OAK STOV% MSM. HUM U .Chi wark in I LD FOK lit* lh Ute- A. HOP FXA NU. IOO and lot K. flSCOND BT ;