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TriE A KG US.
Fill DAY. JlTLY 1. 1892.
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arch enemy of popular (mman and a pub
lic nuisance. It is the citadel of the forces that
corrupt politics, promote poverty and crime,
grade the nation's home life, thwart the
will of the people, and tl liver our country into
the hands of rapacious clus interests. All laws
that, under the goto of retridafion. lagaHaaaad
protect this frame, or make the Ruveniment
share in its ill -gotten nains. are vicious in prin
slple and powerless us a roinedy. We declare
anew for the entire suppression of the manu
feature, Mia, importation, exportation, and
transportation of alcoholic liquors as a liever
m;e ly federal and state U-trialntiun, and the
fnll powers of government should be ex
erted to ocn-e this result. No party that fails
to recognize the nature of this is-ue iu Am t
ienn politics is di-ierving of the support of the
No eJUaen should bo denitsl the right to vote
on account of sex. and equal labor should re
ceive equal waevs without regard t. sex.
Til- meney of th country consist of t-"old,
silver anil paper should lw ia c.ed
by the yen ral rav rnnnit only, and iu suf
OdoBt quantity to meet toe demands ot tiusi
ness and give full owSurtutfity for the employ
mout of labor. To lids end an increase to the
Volume of money is deman led. No individual
or corporation should be allowed to make any
profit through Ma issue, ttshoold be made a
legal ten.ler for the pay.uent of all debts. puV
Bo and private. Its volume f l.o't'd 1- ii.v,l at
a definite ,um ie;- capita and made to in .Tea .e
Tariff thonld be leviel onlv as a def
against foniyii governments which levy tariff
opon or 1 ar our pro 1 nets from their mark) '.
rev. nue being i:: iucr.t:;L Tn : ! te
menus noce-fitry to au ei ( nomicai ml Ministra
tion of Uie government shoakl be mis -d by
levyi'ig th j burden "bu what tiie people p.sea
Instead i f upon what we consume.
llailt-o m'.s. t legraphs, and other jmldie cor
porate on - i i . jn Id be controlled by the govern
meut in the iptereet of the people and nohighel
akarges alio wed than necessary to give fair in
tor. rt on tiieea-.ital actually invested.
FWeign inim ignition baa become a burden upon
industry, one of the factors iu depressing wages
and causing discontent: therefdta our imrai
gnitiim laws, should be revised and strict y en
forced. The time or residence for imiuializa
Uon should be extended, and no natnrali- .-d
person should lie allowed to vote until one year
after be Incomes a eit zen. No resident aliens
ahotdd be allowed t.i acuulia land in this coun
try, and wo favor the limitation of individual
and corporate ownership of land; all anosjrsd
grants of lands to railroads or other corpora
tions aboold be reclaimed.
Tears of inaction and treachery on th" part
of the Bepnblican and Democratic parti- - haw
reaoHed in th present reign of mob lair, and
we demand that every citizen be protected ,n
the right of tr al by constituti mil tribunals.
All men should lie protected by law in their
right to one day of rest i u seven.
Arbitration m the wisest and most econom
ical and humane method of settling national
Speculations in margins, the cornering of
grain, mom y and products, an 1 the formation
of poo's, trusts and combinations i or the arbi
trary advancement of pi ices should be sup
pressed. We arraign the Rcpubli an and DamouraUa
parti.-s as false to the standards reared by their
founders, as faithless to the prim-ipies of tho
illustrious lea iuru of the past to wnoB they
do hesaags with the hps, as recreant to tho
'lih.ditr law' which is as inR-xilde in political
affairs as in personal life, and as no longer em
bodying the aspirations of the American peo
ple or inviting the confidence of enlightened,
progressive patriotism. Their protest against
the admission of 'moral issues' itito polities' is
a Confession of their own moral degeneracy.
The declaration of an eminent authority tint
municipal misrule is "the one conspicuous fail
ure of Amoriim inditics." follows asa hsturaj
consequence of such degeneracy, and is trio
alike of cities under Tlss.nlill all sad Democrat
Ear h accuses th other of extravagance in
congressional appropriationa and both arc
alike guilty. Each protests when out of power
against infraction of th civil service laws, and
each when in power violates those laws in let
ter and spirit. Each professes fealty to tho
interests of the toiling masses, but both covert
ly truckle to the lnon. y power in the adminis
tration of publi. affairs. Even the twtt issuo
Ml represented in the Democratic Milts MU and
ie BannbteM 51 Kin'.ev bUl Is no longer
h ati'd by them as an issue bjtween gri at and
c .rget.t principles o: government, but is a
' o catering to different sectional and class
1' attempt in many stales to wr st the Au
Str., i ballot system from its true purp.ieo
and 0 deform it as to render it oxtreiuoly
diflie i,r uew parties to exercise the riguts
ofsuti oisan outrage upon popular gov Si .i
ment. e comnotition or lth those i t !
of the slums and their assiduous
ho 1-oaor power and sabservimcy
- power lia-i rcsulteil in pi dag
-i :ii postti m of praetfealari iter
;or the nation. We renew oar
theso perilous tendencies, and
-to jmn as m tho upbundlng of
shown in five national c in
fers temporary defeat to an
he claim of justice, sobriety,
! Che protection of Ame lean
to accept any man who would have been
witli ns if not nominated. Such a man
does not mean ireslmm or Stewart. We
do not want a man to come to us at the
last hour of tie day or to come with a
single idea. V'e think it would be bad
policy, especially with our southern peo
ple, to put such a man in the lead. Our
people are ei lphatically Alliance and
loyal to the sub -treasury plank.
Vandcrv oort Their Favorite.
"Weaver is hiihly regarded by us, but
is not our first choice. Kyle, Congress
man Davis, Senator PetTer, or Vander
voort would be uir preference for the head
of the ticket. Mr. Vandervoort's special
strength with us, aside from the fact that
he is thoroughly with us in the Alliance,
is his relation t i the Grand Army of the
A Itig Convention Adopts a Platform nml
?5a!lot' without Kcstilt.
TOPEKA, Kan., July 1. With T21 dele
gates present .-ind BO contests, the largest
gathering oi Republicans ever held in the
slate, the Kej ublican state convention
met yesterday v ith Hon. K. L. Martin, of
Reno, for temp irary chairman and W. P.
Hackney, of C wley county, handling the
gkvrl perm an ntly. Miss Susan B.
Anthony addressed t!.e convention, ask
ing a woman suffrage plank, and saying
that if it w. re tot adopted the People's
parly would be likely to get more votes.
Points of the Platform.
The platform extends sympathy to ez
Secretary 'Blaine in his recent bereave
ment; (Icniaud a pure and absolutely
secret ballot ; favors submission to a vote
of the people of a woman suffrage amend
ment to the constitution; indorses weekly
payment of wages sod other labor reforms,
and i against the employment of Pinker
tou guards; favors arbitration to settle
labor disputes; demands regunttkm of
rv.1 way charges ; endorses the Republican
national platform in toto; favors the en
forcement of tl e state prohibition laws,
and liberal provision for the World's fair.
Three Ballots for Governor.
A. W. Smith, M. M. M unlock. B. W.
Morrill, John K. Wright and A. P. Rid
dle were nominated for governor anil three
fruitless ballot- taken after whieli the
convention i.,j timed to 8 p. m. today.
FIGHT AGAINST THE MINES LAW.
Philadelphia and Its Environs
Swept by Cyclone.
SEVEEAL KILLED OE BADLY HUET.
A Writ of Kri
M Dnffield, of
error from t'hie
to carry the ca
et nl. vs the sc
volves the cons
law, to thesnpc
1 be Michigan
light the law to
or Semis It Before the
ill's Supremo Court,
i., July 1. Colon"! Henry
Detroit, scoured a writ of
Justice Morse yesterday
e of William McFbersou
Petary of state, which iti
ItUtionality of the Miner
mo court of United States.
Republicans are bound to
the bitter end.
to the i i
tho ' p e.
pro e : a
invite sO i
a party that
We pledge .ii
elected to power,
to disabled eetera
navy, their widows ,.ti,
We stand unequivo
pul die school and O
tions of public mom
"We hethrre that on! .
the Prohibition party, if
ill over grant just pe is ion,
us of the Onion army and
a ly tor the Americaa
d to any appropria
f ir sectarian nSuxia.
if." united KimiMmi
such common schoo'.s taught ia the Basil h
language can We hopel me and remain a
homogeneous and h .rin nions people.
Recognizing and declaring that prohibition
of the liquor traffic hasbceome tho dominant
issue in national politics, we invite tofnUpar
ty fellowship all thoso Who, on tint one dom
inant issue, are with us agree,! ,n th full Indief
that this party can and will remove sectional
differences, prom itc national onit) ami insure
the best welfare of our entire land.
New Wise- nsla Apportionmeut,
MADisis', Wi... July L Both houses of
the legislature yesterday passed the new
Democratic measure reapportioning the
state into senate and assembly districts.
No materia ehaagea were ma le in the
bill, and it will be signed today and thus
become a law. A resolution offered by
Phipps, Kepiibl can, in the senate, asking
Governor Peck why he ordered an elec
tion to fill the vacancy i:i the Twenty
third senatorial district, caused by the
death of W. S. (fossae, but failed to order
elections in the districts of two representa
tives also deeeai ed was s?nt to co ntnittee
by the Democratic majority.
He Wore a "Vast" Hat.
New Yokk. . aly L Ellas T. Hopkins,
a transportatiui man. personally conduct
ed the first Rip tUicau demonstration of
the campaign n the produce exchange
Wednesday aftt rnoon. He appeared there
wearing a. t "grandfailici-'s" Dai, ft
structure of Mr; w and about a foot and a
half MgB, and with a spreading crown of
vas: extent. A he is very tall it was an
Imposing spectacle. He was warmly
greeted by fie lirokers, and the bat was
carried around I he grain pit in triumphal
Stewart Not a Deserter.
WaMOgQTOK, July L Senator Stewart
in answer toti question as to whether he
had written a letter bolting the Repub
lican party ns 'stated iu n dispatch from
Omaha, made a statement absolutely
denying thai ha had written any letter
upon which such a construction could be
Curler ""Vill Be Secretary.
WaSHINOTOK, July 1. The story that
Comia.ssio'.ier Tom Ca ter will refuse to
accept the seen aryship of the Republican
national com mi tee is nnanthorissd. It is
true I bat lie doesn't care for the posit on,
but president desires him to accept,
ami he will probably do so.
Wilt Not Be Chairman.
Washington, July t. Representative
Cable, who was named by Senator Hrice
as the probable chairman of the Demo
cratic national t ommittee, laughs at the
story. "There i I nothing in it," said he.
WHAT AR1 WE COMING TOOT
CERTAIN GRESHAM WILL RUN.
Indiana Delegates at Omaht-foit Hi
tk iMiu'r joea.
Omaha, July 1. Miniature flags bearing
the portrait of Judge Gresbam fluttered
over the robust chests of the Indiana dele-1
gates to the People's party national con
vention, who reached the city yesterday
morning. The Indianaians were John Y.
Jones, M. C. Rankin, and C. A. Powers,
all of Terre Haute. Rankin is treasurer
of the national committee. Jones suid,
when asked about the Gresbam badges:
"Oh, yes, Gresham will accept. Several
of us have "letters that we cannot make
public yet, but will bring out at the right
Counts Them Both Out of the Race.
Charles C. Post, chairman of the
Georgia state committee, is here. He
said yesterday of the Georgia men: "We
have no decided choice. We are willing
Bold Case of Abduction Within a Nile of
St. Joseph, Mo.
St. Joseph, July 1. Taylor Smith, a
cattleman whose headquarters are in this
city, started 1 1 walk to the French
Bottoms Wedresday night accompanied
by a young girl named Mary Martin, who
wished to visit a relative living there.
A mile north of this city the couple were
confrouted by s x men armed with revol
vers, who dema uded money and took a
silver dollar ,ro n Smith, but overlooked a
roll of bills com ealed in his boots. Three
of the men tl en kept Smith cornered
with their pist da while the other three
seized the girl i i spite of her screams and
struggles and carried her to a boat
moored at the r ver bank. The three men
guarding Stnitl then backed down the
bank, jumped i ito the boat and rowed up
he river. The police were informed of
tbe abduction a i hour after it occurred,
bt no arrests have been made. The sup
posjMi'iu j that the men have taken the
girfyo some IodjIj. point up the riven
Great Destruction of Property at Glou
cester N. J., and In the Country
Around A Roof Crashes Into a Cot
tage and Buries the Inmntcs, Fatally
Injuring One or Jloro-lightning Does
Some Serious Work, Killing One and
Shocking Others A Man Blown Off a
Philadelphia, July 1. A death deal
ing storm passed over this city at 1:13
o'clock yesterday afternoon. It was most
severe in the northern part of the city.
John Jenkins, colored, 30 years of age, of
Woodstock street, was struck by light
ning while at work in Dingee's brick
yard. Twenty-fifth and Cumberland
streets, and instantly killed. The injured
are John Mercer, blown off the roof of a
house and had his right thigh fractured;
George Suley, badly shocked by light
ning; John Clymer, shocked by lightning;
Patrick Furlong, shocked by lightning;
Park Guard W illiams, shocked by 1 '
ning; Frank Sheering, ankle fractur ; by
being blown from a ladder; Mrs. Wigg
man, seriously injured by the roof of ber
dwelling crushing upon her. The roof of
9 ..V.l Geiser street was blown ofl and
Charles Christian was badly hurt.
Two Persona Killed at Gloucester.
Roofs by the dozen were blown off. trees
were uprooted and considerable damagi to
property was done. The storm was ot cy
clonic proportions whn it reached I ' -cester,
N. J., the sporting res ; ; on the
Delaware river five miles from Philadel
phia, and carried death and destruct B
its path. The tornado was 600 feet in
width, and it resembled a huge water
r.potlt as it crossed the river. The water
and everything in its tr ick was lifted up,
and waves marked the wake of tl
The dead are Patrick Highlands, Phila
delphia, and Robert Hamilton, of Gl :
ter, t truckman. The injured an Mary
Ann Hamilton, aged 85, wife of Robert
Hamilton, head and foot cut; Mar;
ilton. is year-eld, legs crushed anil b
internally; Maggie Hamilton, aged 9,
crushed; Patrick Higgins, of Oamil
vtre contusion about the head: Pat rick
Feiid'ey, waiter, hurt about the hei.d.
Demolished a Pavillion.
The tornado first struck and demolished
the 800 feet long by so feet wide paviil m
attached to the hotel of Julias Fromhagen
along the river front. A moment before
the storm was at its height Patrick High
land rnn into the pavillion for protection.
Ha had hardly got into the structure when
it was crushed and a falling joist fell opon
him and Smashed his head iuto a pulp.
His death was instantaneous. Theg.de
tore the entire roof off, which was tinned
and tarred and covered with Igravel, from
its fastenings and sent it spinning through
Went Spinning In the Air.
Up into the air it went until a height of
fifty feet was reached, when it blew across
a toboggan slide in the rear of the pavillion
and carried away the rear portion of the
skeleton structure. The roof actually -ir-cled
through the air, strikina against and
breaking down trees until, at Fifth and
Charles streets, it descended upon the one
and one-half story frame dwelling of Rob
ert Hamilton, and utterly demolished the
bouse. The Hamilton family, consisting
of the father, the mother, Mary Ann, and
daughters, Mary and Maggie, were at din
ner w hen the storm broke.
Bad To ;-. ig Owl of the Knins.
The mother was stunned and cut. but
managed to dig her way out. The others
had to be taken from the ruins. The
father died nb"-ut 2 o'clock. His back was
broken, cut over forehead and hurt intir
nallj. The children were removed to the
Cooper I ospital, Camden, where Mary's
right leg was amputated. She is in a crit
A Number Probably Drowned.
It Is almost certain that many persons
were drowned In the Delaware river. Coro
ner Jeffries, of Camden, has received in
quiries from Philadelphia and Camden for
fount i n persons who are supposed to have
beenoal sailing w hen the storm broke,
and it is feared that they are drowuek.
Passage at Atlantic City.
At Atlantic City the storm was terrific
and of an electrical nature. It lasted lor
three hours. Iu this time the rainfall
amounted to 2.S0 of an inch aiid ifie
wind attained a velocity of from thirty to
thirty-six miles an hour. Telephone and
telegraph wires were torn down, trees up
rooted, and the electric cars were stopped.
Several building were struck by light
ning. OWNS A COURT HOUSE AND JAIL.
VHm Only Private citizen in the Counliy
Seised or Buna Property.
Cl.LYl i.ANii.Julyl. Iii the United States
court yesterday Judges Taft and links
rendered .a decision whereby the Mahon
ini; county court house and jail, trained at
tl0,i,000, became the property of Charles
C. Voung, of wnttestown, N. Y, In iS'i2
John Young, an ancestor of the plaintiff
iu the pn s. nt case, deeded two lots to
the city of Toungstown "to be used as a
public buying ground."
A Perversion of Use.
In 1ST5, when the county seat of Mahon
ing county was changed from Canfield to
YoungstbWD, these lots were selected as a
site for the court house and jail. Charles
C. Young then began suit to recover the
property, on the ground that it had been
perverted from the use for which it was
originally dedicated to the city, and a de
cision in his favor was rendered here yes
terday. By this action of the court
Young becomes possessor not only of the
land but all the improvements upon it.
THE RAREST THING EXTANT.
A Real Antique to Rzhiblt at the World's
San Francisco, July 1. a remarkable
story isTelated by Rev. Dr. Joseph Nodri,
Cbaldean archdeacon of Babylon and Jeru
salem, who is now in this city. He claims
that in a recent ascent of Mount Ararat be
actually beheld Noah's ark resting upon
the summit of the mountain and partly
covered with snow. The worthy doctor
belongs to the Greek church, and is per
fectly sincere in his astonishing state
Races at Washington Park.
Chicago, July 1. Tfce winning horses
at Washington Pari yesterday were:
Conteut, 1 mile, 2:C2K;Vluron, lg miles,
8:14; Plutus, mile,:12; Carmen, J
mile, 1:2534; Rorka, nie, 1:25.
Su. Mo. Tu.jWe.jTh. Fr. 8a.
3i J3 7 8 9
lp TT JL2 Ij4l5 16
17 18 19 20 21 22 23
24 25 26 27 28 29 J30
The Republicans of New York will fight
thelatc apportionment of the state in the
Five persons were severely injured by a
train on the Xew York Central leaving the
track at Pougkkeepsie.
Mrs. Emmons Blaine will spend the
summer at Bar Harbor, where her late
husband's father has his summer resi
John Bain, who represented (hat he vas
in the jewelry trade, has been arrestee? by
customs officers at Xew York for trying to
A bull got loose from his dnveis at
Colnmtms,()..and dashed into a salofS. He
stampeded the proprietor but did not even
break a tumbler.
Nearly eleven inches of rain feUifct Chi
cago daring last month, which liei;s the
record except for August, ls,:,, in which
month ILSS inches fell.
An application has lieen made h II. P.
GoebeL one of the stockholders!
appointment of a receiver for th
court Brewing company.
Adini K. Stevenson will go to
to receive omclal notification of
nation tor the vtce-pn sidenev by
OCratic national convention.
Mrs. Richard J. Oglesby is st
Miesiateior election as preside)
i'linois woman's Exposition boa)
of Mrs. Frances B, Phillips n
The bill renotted to the lio:ii
benefit of the World's fair ti .vidis an
appropriation of over ,400,oj , with a
proviso that the fair must be iosed on
15. 1 1. llitcbie, a popular sciio 1 teacher
of Conv.iy. O., played tramp o scare a
couple of pupils, when one of tl em fired a
Flobert rifle he had in his hand and fatal
ly wounded liitchie.
A tobacconist of Toledo, O., who has
been frequently robbed of cigars setup a
"snap shot" camera in the shop and next
morning had a good picture of lie thieves
in the very act of burglary.
W. K Carpenter, Oscar Cr-amer nnd
Oscar Bjorkman pleaded guilty at New
York to robbing Dix & Phyle of 5T,00o'.
rhe two first were "sent down" for nine
and the last for five years.
In a section of Texas 8J miles southwest
of San Antonio it has not rained a drop
for three years and the people are leaving
tho district those who can while main
are in danger of starving. I
The British ship Fred B. Taylor was
sunk by the Trave in raid-ocean. All on
board were rescued and rea died Liver
pool. This is the vessel that was supposed
to have collided with the Vega.
John Brannigan is suing the United
States at Chicago for overtime worked by
him while wat chnian in the posGoffioe under
Corning Judd. The ca-e is a novelty and
".11 decide whether the Cnit.d States can
Ie sued ill other than tin cu; rjf claims.
"1 w York
to be on
t of the
it ly re-
Twenty tanlngs ana a xie.
CmOaflO, June 3). Anson's Colts and
II e Cincinnati club played a game yes
terday t hat breaks the records iu Innings,
the League scores at kise ball were as
ft '.lows: At Cineint. CMcago 7, fin
er -its T twenty in- ings; at Cleveland
Pittsburg fi, Clevelai 15; at Louisville
St. Ixmis 2 LouUvil -1: at Pittsburg
Washington :l. Phil I Ipaia 2; (second
gat e) Washington 2, Philadelphia &
Western: Ar Fort v. ue Minneap
olis 5, Fort Wayne I
Milwaukee 7, Indians
Kansas City 1, ToletJ
Omaha 2, Coumbus 0.
Rock Island Joliet 0,
line 11; at Aurora -Ri
at Kvansville Jacks
t 13; at Toledo
-'; it Columbus
i l i is-Iowa: At
tird 3. Aurora S:
illc 5, Evans-
No o'lur Barespsri
Con b onion. Prupfirl
which ir.nkc He oil's 6
to itse f.
Takes i coo
Dr. Sage's Ca
at kc cents a 1
pie to buy
le, to make
" cold in the h
ess to cure
," and even
and if they
fail thev pay Phoo for their
Not in nev
but in Jictrd ca
put tliat in
trial ? Isn't
able to catarr
it takes to
el i eve in the
it worth a
y trial prefer-
After all, thfc mild ngencies
are the best. Perhaps they
work more sovly, but they
work surely. Dr. Pierce's
Pleasant Pellet; are an active
agency but htict and mild.
They're suga: - oated, easy to
take, never sh rck nor derange
the system an 1 half their pow
er is in the n i,d way in which
their work i done. Small
est, cheapest Vasiest to take.
One a dose. fenty-five- cents
a vial Ol tW-usreists.
Woodyatt's Music House
No. 1804 Second Avenue.
WOODYATT & WOODYATL
This firm have the exclusive sale for this county of th
following ceieor itwd
Pieiro ia,rci Oraais.
WEBER, BTU YVES ANT, DECK1 B BR( , EL0
ESTE Y, AJND CAM & ' ' S I 1-1
And. the ESTEY, "WF3TLBN OOTTAGE anrl FAR
RAND ft VOTEY ORGANS.
f"A 'i.:! line slro of rraall Hcsieal mtr' rdl We hsie :- orr ov
$4 00 per Monti fcr Ten years
or $b.00 per iGnth for Six v arsi
Pays Principal anc Interest and secures you
a Deed wit Abstract of Title.
ON ECH PLAN.
LOCATION HBth si
PRICES WILL BE ADVANCED.
Com" early and secure choice loeatio.is and lowest pri i
BUFORD & GUYER'S Addition
Annlv fn I Rnf.v 1 ri P Un,.v.
FYF CLASS Ff?
PROTECT YOUR EYES.
MR H. HIRSCHRF.Pfi
Tie so!!-! in wn Optician of Ha-
i ". E. 7'h !1,-1 ill,,... I .
srpolr.ti'dT fl.Thnma-af scent fos
ivuvra iirimcii'i sspe laclesanvl
ec-. and .ilun for hia Diamond '
( nari; h e , ctsi lie nd F. lafl
""" are me created lurea
TOBiae ;n i.ectai ea. Hv n,
fW.n- ' on of tne Uls a icr-m'
chaf n :i pair of th.-. Non-i hanrnJ
Jla t - erhaeto -. eiJ
" ' aim ! : A r Mlrcaal
i pnarai I, ao that I . erer Ie
Letifi nr. i they will furv-h the d
witii u i . i iir of i lafFi - f r rhir
nno !iiii. - all to aatlafv ih ml
of the cri : t "Upcrloriu of t!iee Olsa
orer any :r t s'l othera no i'iiiet3
Nfcjl eiamini (be aame nt Ml. i-hoiaa
aiavgtsT ana ijiticiSD. w i Inland.
No PeJdlers Supplied.
The Finest SAMPLE ROOM in the Three cities
Always on nana a r.p.ete .lire of It purled nnd Uomestic
gars and Liquors. Mi!vauk,e eer always on draft,
Two doors west of In- old ilace.
Aflncinnch fron 9 to iM every VafKUR. gar
No 117 Pisrhu nth P it.
JAMES T. C COKNOR. Prop: ' H. CATTON.
' lies of all kinds slwsyi
Great IClea ing Sale1
500 New1 and St lish Trimmed
150 Spring Jackets reduced to
1 1 la
a fr Air.l
"V 1 f a 1