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" BIG FLOODS
Do Enormous Damage In Connecticut
and New York.
THE BURSTING OF A GREAT DAM
In Itrlntol Bend*n Vast Volume of Water
Onward to Sweep Destruction Before It.
Portunatrly No Live* Lost?The Lou of
Property la Very Great* However?The
Remit of the Storms In Sew York State.
Swollen Streams Kverywhere.
HARTFORD, Conn., March 1.?The
great atorm In progress all day Saturday,
Saturday night and to-flay caused
the greatest damage to property
throughout the Mate known In twenty
Many serious accidents washouts and
wrecks are reported. The Connecticut
river is swollen until It has reached a
point three times greater than Its normal
proportions. The big iron bridge
at Midletown, was In grea?t danger all
the afternoon and a portion of the false
work was swept away, but the main I
atruoture is atlll intact.
' The burning oI the old copper mine I
dam in the town of Bristol this morning
oaused the greatest Hood ever
known in that section and it is estimated
tho damage will reach over
$100,000 from this alone. People living
along the banks of Che Pequaback lost
nearly everything they possessed. Ten
highway bridges across the river were
Aswept away, and the tracks of the New
England railway were washed out in
many places. A bad freight" wreck occurred
early this morning near Forestvllle.
The engine of a special freight
ran In a washout and was capsixed.
Ca"?" ? to atoms and
one of the trainmen badly injured. The
road has been blocked all day.
! The si ohm In WInsted and other section#
of Litchfield county, was very
severe. The Philadelphia, Reading &
New England railroad tracks are under
water In many plaoes and traffic
has been suspended. The loss in Litchfield
county alone is estimated at nearly
At Brooklyn, a well known mill owner,
lost his life and several accidents
are reported from many sections.
TUe Bristol UUnilrr.
BRISTOL, Conn.. March l.-The
greatest flood in the history of Bristol
swept down the Pequaback valley this
morning, spreading ruin and desolation
on every hand. The town of Bristol
was a heavy sufferer during thu storm
of a few weeks ago. when six men lost
; their lives, but the waste of waters
before daylight this morning eclipses
!" all previous records. The heavy rain
and melting snow on the mountains
swelled the bnwln of the old copper
mine dam In Whlggsvllle, the northern
section of this town, until It burst, tearing
away one hundred feet wide In the
granite masonry, and letting a volume
of water covering seventy-five acres,
nnt\ hieh into the river be- [
low, which Itself was a roaring torrent.
The break occurred at about 2 o'clock.
The great body of water tore down
the valley with a roar that was heard
above ?:he noise of the storm for miles
away. For the first two miles, there
were no buildings twar the river, and
the water poured out on the marshes
and plains. At Forestall le. four miles
below, people living nrar the river were
obliged to abandon their residences as
the water broke Into the lower stories
In many cases, before the Inmates were
. out o! bed. The roar of the flood aroused
families for miles around and many
people, whose bouses the flood had not
reached. packed up what effects they
could. In anticipation of being summarily,
The high way bridges on nearly all
roads crossing t2ie Pequaback were 1
swept away. Ten In all have gone out I
and others are badly damaged. The
treotrf of Bristol and the village of
FOrcsiVllie, were uu<?ij nwrncu ...
,The lower stories of dozens of houses
were covered with water all along and
, much property In the cellars was found.
The Bristol brass and coke company's
factory was flooded, tho water at the
dam gorging a channel'fifty feet wide
. and twenty lost deep. The highway
bridge at Forestvllle Centre, *agged
several feci and Is In an impassable
f, condition- It Is estlmaxed that the
town of Bristol will lose from 1150.000
to >175.000 by damage to the bridges
and the roods.
Iu Xew York State.
NEW YORK. March 1.?The warm, i
almost continuous rain of yesterday, I
last night and to-day throughout New
York state served to bring the frost
out of the ground, break up the Ice In I
the Hudson and smaller streams and
do considerable damage to property by |
flooding cellnrs and carrying away 1
bridges. Traffic on many railroads has
been seriously delayed by washouts and I
In a number of cltlps street car service j
has been entirely suspended on account
of high water. Very little, if any dam- i
age was sustained in this city. The ice I
In the nortn ana ?wt nvern anu ?ew
York harbor has about all disappeared.
At Saratoga cellars were tilled with
water and the street* badly flooded. 1
Three dams at Schuylervllle and all the 1
bridges between Ballston Sr>a and Rock j
City Falls were carried away. At 1
Whitehall the water In Wood creek la
higher than It has been for the pant 1
twenty yearn. The large flume of the
Champlaln silk mills has been swept j
nway and over a hundred men will be I
thrown out of work until the damage
can be repaired.
The damage to property In Whitehall
aloue will exceed $20,000. At Amster- j
dam much damage was done to mills
and bridges by the overflowing of the
Chuchtanua creek. The Mohawk river I
Is very high and has overflowed Its
banks In the lowlands, doing considerable
damage in the vicinity of Fonda.
At Hudson the docks arc tindor water
and considerable damage has resulted |
to cotton In warehouses.
U noargogur Hrl.ig Itrpatred?The Jftw
York All IClglit.
NEW YORK, March 1.?Saturday's
numerous marine disasters gave hteamship
and shipping people plenty to talk
and worry about to-day. The fog lifted
this morning, but a drizzling rain kept
up all day. After her collision with the
Allsa the La Bourgogne anchored In the
lower bay and thin morning Captain
Polrot decided to put back to thlK city.
This was done as a precautionary
measure and -to allay any fears of the
pasengers. As soon as the big vessel
was docked a force of mon set to work
placing a new pllte on the starboard
side near the stern. A bulletin was
posted In the office cabins to the effect
that the Bourgogne would sail to-morrow
morning. The captain and pilot
refused to talk to reporters about yenterday's
collision. Superintendent West
made a statement In which lie denied
that La Bourgogne was under headway
at the time of the collision. On the
contrary, he asserted that her engines
were reversed before she struck the
The American line steamship New
York, which grounded near the Qulck1
step buoy in the lower bay during a
at 8'M this morning and ateomed nt
once to her dock in thin city. The Ural
and second cabin pamicngera were
transferred 1? the city laat night. During
the night 1,700 piece* of cargo were
transferred Into barge* In order to
lighten the atoomcr.
The sunken Atlaa line Nteurnihlp
AHm lie* o"1* aouthweat
of Fort Hamilton In fifty feet of water.
Her topmnat and the top of her smoke
atack are out o f water.
Second Captain Dloquel. of La Bourgogne,
mad* the following supplementary
4*I -waa on the forecastle peak with
two watchmen, boatawaln, a carpenter
and eight men, getting ready to lower
anchors at the time of tho collision. I
The engines had stopped but the ship i
was moving with the ebb tide. Wo were
taking soundings at tho time. The
Allsa, I Judge, was then some one hun- \
dred and flf^y feet away. Had wo been
goiug at full speed we would have cut
her stem off.
"I signalled the captain and tho engine
wo* sent astern but before they I
could get oontrol of the ship the crash 1
came. We could not see from our placo
how much damage had been done. The
fog was the worst I ever saw. and what. u
with the whistles and bells all around
us, there was no little confusion."
The second captain's statement Is Important
in that ft differs from the statement
made by Superintendent West.
The latter declared earlier in the day
that La Bourgogne's engines were reVersed
before the collision occurred i
and that the ship was orawllng along at
the slowest possible pace.
I WELLS GETS IT. *
Aa wm Predicted by the Intelligencer the ''
Marlon Man ling* the MarahaUhlp. P
fipecinl Dispatch to the Intelligencer. E
WASHINGTON. D. C.. March l.-As ft
was exclusively forecast by the Intel- E
llgencer early last week, Senator Faulk- "
ner has decided the United States mar- 81
shalshlp contest in favor of Capt. a
Charles E. Wells, of Marlon county. _
An stated by the Intelligencer, the mat
ter was practically secuoa at ui<r ?
kersburg conference last Tuesday night. u
It wan not announced by Senator n
Faulkner until yesterday that he had t|
made his choice. p
Though other contending applicants
and their friends have no fault to find g
with Mr. Wells' Democracy, and con- a
cede that ho Is a competent man for
the place, they are very sore over the P
fact that the prize went to the Second y
district, which already has the collec- j,
torshlp. The friends of Col. Hurry, of
Harrison county, and of Capt. Pnnnel p
Garden, of Wheeling, are particularly
| Indignant. Ex-Congressman Pendleton 24
openly says that he Is displeased. , h
To those who wore pouted on what g]
| was going on there never was any doubt
at any time that Capt. Wells would ci
knock the persimmon. All the big
; bosses were for him and he had the k
, support of the most Influential leaders p
of the Camden people. It Is under- b
! stood that the new marshal will not b
1 make many. If any. changes In the 11)
marshal's force as at present organized.
1 Capt Wells Is one of the best*Known a!
men In the state and Is a hard working ti
I Democrat For years he has been one "<
I of Senator Camden's closest frlendn and T
political workers, and Is personally very F
| popular. ?
, ^ ft
COLUMBIANS WON ?
lit the Oratorical Contest at the State Unl- ^
Special Dispatch to the Intclllgencer. m
MORGANTOWN. W. Vr.. March X.? ci
The annual Inter-soclety oratorial con- ?i
teat between the Columbian and Par- J!
thenon literary societies took place last
night, In commencement hall, before an
Immense audience, and was one of the N
most enjoyable of these occasions. Th?t ^
winner In these contents always represents
the university In the Intet-oolleglate
contests of the colleges of West Vlrglnla
and Western Pennsylvania, and 0
there Is always a struggle betw&n the
two literary societies over the representative.
The orators last night, and y
the subjects of the orations were* For .
the Columbians?Robert Stalling*. "A 5}
Nation in a Web of Gold;" J. Tipping "
Beall. "The Revolutionists In the Amerlean
Revolution:" Patrick M. Hoge. "A "f
Crystallised Conception." JL'
For the Parthenon?George Alder- V
son, Jr.. "Precedent In English His- p
tory;" W. Sydney Shaw, "Beacon or ?
Haven. Which?" ?
The orations^ were all of rare excel- ^
lenoe ana me coiumouinn won mc wv
eted honor. Robert Stalling being de- u
clared the winner by the Judges. Hon. Cj
George C. Sturgiss, Mayor Joseph n
Morehead. The nratlonn were Inter- y
ape rued with music by the mandolin, j,
guitar and Rlee clubs, Including a vocal
solo by Paul McCoy, and a guitar solo by a
John Wallace, of Wheeling. The Inter- p
j collegiate contest will take place at k
New Wilmington, Pa., April 16.
RAO. RECEIVERS. t)
j Pinna Xol Fnlly Forinril?The Advantage
l?j- the Arraiigrmrnl.
BALTIMORE. Md.. March 1.?John rl
K. Cowen and Oscar G. Murray, the
newly appointed receivers for the Ral- (j
tltnore & Ohio railway, were In con- V
sultatlon to-dayupon a plan for reor- ll
ganlzlng the affairs of the company. =
Their plans are not sufficiently well
formed as yet to Justify a full statement,
hut they say that the first effect
of the receivership will be to enablo
the company to withhold payment of
its pressing obligations now due or soon
to become due. It Is believed that the
receivership will cover a period of about *
five years, nnd that J. Plerpont Morgan b
& Co. will be asked to undertake it. p
Prompt action has been taken to file '
supplementary proceedings, asking for K
a receivership In the District of Colum- "
bla, the states of New York. Pennsyl- e
vnnia Dolnu-nro Vlretnln. Wonf Vlr
glnla. Ohio. Indiana and Illinois. A
special train hos been started west,
carrying John IX McCubbln, Jr.. and
assistants, bearing the documents.
Mr. Cowen says the receivership extends
over all lines and property owned,
controlled or operated by the Baltimore *
& Ohio, except the following: Baltimore ii
& Ohio Southwestern railway, extend- n
In? from Parkersburg to St. Louis: Valley
railroad, of Virginia, extending *
from Harrisonburg to Lexington Va,. tl
sixty-two miles; Staten Island Rapid f<
Transit Railroad Company, operating ,,
a sixteen-mile railroad between Tottenvilie,
N. Y., and Clifton. N. Y.: the
Western A Pittsburgh Railroad Company.
169 miles, leased by the Baltimore
THE MARQUETTE STATITE.
fttrm Taken to Avoid Troable-AUta* ''
C'lonrly nnarrtnl. F
WASHINGTON. D. C., March J.?To v
avert any trouble over the unveiling of e
the Marquette statue In the capltol, 0
which has aroused antagonism from the 1
A. P. A., the covering was removed li
from the iitatue to-day and will not be i
replaced. Judge J. W. I*osey, of Win- _
consln, and fllgnor Trent a no ve. the ^
sculptor, went to th<* capltol this morn
Ins and took the wrappings from the I
'statue. No nrrangompnts for a formal I
unveiling had been ninde, and Judge ||
Looey, who rcpresonts the state of Win- |
conlsn, which Is the donor,' concluded
that the ceremony might ho dispensed
with. After the demonstration by n
crank, who was arrested yesterday, It
was feared that a public gathering '
about the statut might be attended by !'
some unpleasant Incident. ?
There will, however, be speeches In |
the Benate Friday or .Saturday by Hnn- J1
a tor Mitchell and others upon Father ~
MnrminttA. and nnaalhlv snmn moinbrrn
of the Wisconsin delegation In the house ~
will pay tribute# to tho eminent mla- r
Captain Garden, of the cnpitol police,
has heard that threats have been made .
to deface the statue and hnn Instructed |
hln men to watch It night and dny. (J
??v. f)rrrnlinl(? Dying,
IjOWEL, Mom.. March 1.?Governor
Grrenhalge Is resting more comfortably
to-night, though very weak. Tlln physlrlnnn
stnte tbnt his eneo In very critical,
though they do not look for a fatal
termination right away.
slfird from tliv lllontl
Hy the kidneys, linpurltleH pnsn off harmlennly.
Tho Inactivity of th?* nrgnnti named _
not only cause these Impurlile* to remnln 1
and uo|*on the nyntrtn, but nlno lend* to
the defeneration and dent ruction of th#? U
organ* themselves. Prevent Bright'* disease,
dlauetei, ilropN)'. gravel mul other
aliments which nfTert the kidneys and
hludrier with Hostetter's Rtornaeh Hitter*,
which likewise overcome* malarial. *1y*prvtlc,
billow, nervous and rheumatic
\ FINE PROGRAMME
Veil Curried Out Yestfcrday hy
the (irand United 0.1".
INTERESTING ADDRESSES MADE
In the llUtory of tlift nrowth of llir Order
ami Hi Principle* and Prat-Ural
Workings-lie v. Mr. Longford Prradirs
tli* llatial Aunlvrraary Sermon, and
Otlirm Talk Knlrrfalnlugly nn Appro,
prlatr Thrnira?The Hiirrka Lodge and
the Palrlarclilo Unite In the Cclrlir-atlon.
Eureka lodge No. 1307 and PAtrlarchle
to. 28, of the G, U. O. of O. P., listened
o their annual sermon Sunday,
reached by Rev. J. M. Longford, of
Iridfreport. The. respeotlve orders
jrmen at meir nail ana marcnm 10 me
!off street M. E. church under the comiand
of Captain T. H. Lewis, who desrves
groat credit for hl? qualities as
good commander and disciplinarian.
The programme was executed ably
Professor Jones, In a neat speech
rhlch was highly commended by all
ho heard him, opened the services ?a
mster of ceremonies, and reviewed
le fifty-three years' history of Odd
ellowship In America among his race.
After prayer by Rev. Mr. Smith. .Mr.
cott Taylor was Introduced, and gave
Rhort talk on the fraternity.
An original poem, subject. "Frlendhlp."
was rendered by Mrs. D. B.
uckner, who deserves great credit for
In continuation of the programme,
;ev. Mr. Langford was next Introuced.
He Is a member of Lodge No.
146, of Carlisle, Ky. After expressing
Is pleasure In meeting the lodge, he
;>oke from this text:
"Am I my brother's keeper?"?Gen., 4
iap.. D verse.
His theme was "Independence." Fol
iwltig his topic ho showed How tieendent
each person was upon his
rother, and what great Influence has
eon exerted by Odd Fellows In this
He also spoke In glowing terms of
le rapid spread of Odd Fellowship.
i\d of the golden rule, prefaced by the
-emulous words of the ScrlDturr. that
3ut of one blood God made all people."
his is the underlying principle of Odd
He then gave a short history of Its
Hinders and supporters, accompanied
y statistics as to Its growth, and beneL
awarded. He next exemplified the
>rms. "Friendship. love and truth."
In concluding, he spoke In eloquent
>rms of Odd Fellowship as one of the
lain factors in citizenship, and exhort1
his brethren to greater and more
renuoua efforts for "Odd Fellowship"
ud the advancement of humanity, and
Is race especially.
Among the prominent ministers pr*?stt
were Rev. R. A. Bumery. of the
(arket street A. M. E. church; Rev.
Cr. Tony, and others.
rgniilzr to Sfini* a Mrrmr gystriu In
till* City?Thi? Ofllcrri,
Yentwday about forty-Ave of the staonary
engineers of Wheeling met at
le hall of the local branch of the naonal
association, at 1049 Main street,
> organize a separate association for
je purpose of bringing about a system
f license for their calling In Wheeling.
fAcers were elected as follows: Bivalent,
Gus Frederick; vice president,
Id Clark: corresponding secretary,
taxlett Freese: financial secretary,
r'1111am Hurth; treasurer, William M.
A committee was appointed to draw
D resolutions to be presented to counil,
and Is composed of the following
iembers: Georee Bordeaux, Michael
loKlnney, Thomas Brown. William
unklns and William M. McNabb.
A committee on press work was also
ppolnted. Its members are Haxlott
reere, Edward Clark and Michael Mclnney.
The members will hold another meetip
next Sunday afternoon, and desire
ie presence of all other stationary enInceers
In the cltv.
ONE Mlntue Cough Cure touches the
Ight spot. It also touches It at the
Ight time If you take It when you havo
cough or cold. See the point? Then
on't cough. Logan & Co., Wheeling,
/. Va., B. F. Peabody, Benwood, and
owle & Co.. Brldftf-port. O. I
ixtreme tired feeling afflicts nearly everyody
at this season. The hustlers cease to
ash, the tireless grow weary, tho cneretic
become enervated. You know just
hat wo mean. Some men and women
ndcavor temporarily tu overcome that
'eellng by great force of will. But this
i unsafe, as it pulls powerfully upon tho
ervous system, which will not long stand
uch strain. Too many,people 11 work on
icirnorvcs," and tho result is seen in un
ortunnte wrecks marked " nervou* proaration,"
in every direction. That tired
in a positive proof of thin, weak, Iraiuro
blood; for, if the blood in rich, red,
italized and vigorous, it imparts life and
nergy to evory norve, organ and tins no
f tho body. Tho necessity of taking
food's Sarsaparilla for that tired feeling
i, therefore, apparent to every one, nnd
be good it will do yon is equally beyond
ucstion. Remember that
i the One True IJIood Purifier. AlldruRtflsts. ft.
repared only l?y C. I. Hood &Co., bowed. Mum.
j if *-* ? aro Pu-sy to take, easy
lOOCl S PlllS to operate. 25cents.
WATCHK8?JOHN DECKER it CO.
lombination >n the-.
We have onmblnod nil ourefTbrU IbUtoa*
boii. not tor tho imrpoan of obtaining bailor
firirM. but to ahutr ono of tUo finest itocka
of DIAMONDS. WATCHE* aud FINK JKWKLKY
ilio market* produca.
We will contlnua to ?ull at tliovor/ low
prko lor which wo aro noted.
I0HN BECKER & CO.,
JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS,
3527 JACOB STREET.
N. It.?Npeclal caro In Ailing lento*
FOR 10 <
It mako? n parwlo wl
ohariou. bandi. OIvoh u lull pi
maatur, clown, ncrobnt?, bnrobai
phantH, winding up with tho pi
including all tho oharaotora and
7 Wave 4/t (ti>i ( ft 3
w "u;? ?v J \nno'
This Circus: 1
Blackwell's Durham Tot
nnd tho Circus will bo aent you p
lnsldo ooch 2 ounce bag, ana U co
Buy a bn? of this Celebrated 5
coupon, which gives a list of othei
^ n i r n 11111111111 fn l ml?in
I AST SE
a t dcni ir
t\ 1 1\LUU V
In order to make room foi
pets we carried over from Inst
to select. Perhaps the patter
well as the new ones. Come a
Bigelow, Lowell, Hartf
sels, regular price
Roibnry, Siinson's, Si
Brossels, regalar p
Carpets selected now will
your room or hall.
Are made of steel and
hand; made to last a
is the most perfect cooking
no other ;
THERE NEVER WAS S BETIE
Than now. Don't wait for th
prices. Remember our loss
tively sold at cost for cash.
Assignee of ALEX. F
WHEELINO, W. VA., Fob. 28, 183(1
To tho Voturn of Ohio County.
I oro a cnndldato for Rhorlff. Your voto
In ronpoct fully nollcltod nt tho Republican
PrlmnrluH, to be hold on April "5. ISM.
fc^-ilAw R K. CALDWELL.
CEO. ln?. ROBINSON
ANNOUNCE* niMir.tr AS A CANDIDATE roll
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Ohio Co.
HiiIiUkI tn Unnitlillfnn 1'rlmurv I liM'tlmi
M*V?ur mipporl li ollrllnl. fo)5
*JOB + WORK?
NKAT1.Y AND 1T.0M1T1.Y EXKCOTKO
AT TilK 1KTKLMUKNUKU JOU ROOJ4J
Ith olephftnti, o?ko? of
jrformanco in a ring, with ring
jk riders, trained dog? and olo- ;
latomlmo of Bumpty Duropty* ,
110 Conpoiw, or
l Counun and 10 cents, or .
* l-a els. without any Coupons.
iacco Co., Durham, N.C,
cstpaid. You will find 1 coupon
upons inildo oach 4 ounco bag pf
Smoking Tobacco, and read the
r premiums and how to get them. ' I
f>S ACCEPTED. A
BRUSSELS CARPETS?O. MENDEL & C
our New Spring Stock we ha
season. Thousands of yards o
11s and colorings of last seasoi
ord and all Best Grade Body Br
$1.30, reduced to nidi's
and all Best Grade Tapes
rice 90c, reduced to -
be sewed and stored until wan
^ WHITE IRi
malleable iron; made by
; apparatus the world has ever
;stic is like
Stove. It is
i any other.
e spring rush and pay higher
is your gain. Goods posiK.
REW. 1117 Main Street.
The director* of the Trovldcnt Life Inmirance
Company have declared a three
per ecnt cash semi-annual dtvldond, payable
t1ios. q. jenkins,
^ :aj,kd proposals
Will Ik> received nt the clerk'* office of tho
Hoard of I'otmnlflHlonera of the County of
Ohio until 10 o'clock on it?? : <! iinv ,xt
jlureli for niMilnhlnii mcilk'lno nnd nioitIriil
mtcnilaiK'i' to tlie prlsoncm confined
III till' county Jail for ono your from tliu
lJth dny of Slnr<h, iswl. the hoard ro.
irrvro rtio right to rolpet any or all lilila.
fca T. C. MOFFAT, oi?rk.
BEAL ESTATE. ~ fl
House, 8 rooms mid hall, with nl! hm?, ,
nroveaiouu, t.'haplluu at., Ceatru w' *'
IIou'c. 7 rooms and ball, iMIi ,t . ;w
IICUM,rcH?rn?. Mfb at, 11 iii. "
House, :J rooms, In llelredcrv n<l l.
House, 14 room* mid atore room \i? r, .
2lM?t..I()t4Ul.^ft.,fJ.W" " '.asu
For n abort time. on.> of th*? Hne? hoi*.
Clmplluc at. Centre Winning. ? ro'.m. 61 I
liul) and modern iinproveuwuu; < t . i, ?
ui?\1 ?' ^'Sl
House, 7 roo:m. hall and larue lot n-i.
94.A09. " ? n,
House. 7 room* and ft-ronmed houiMn
lot30*14 ft., IHtli si. 8? 'm 13 r*S
House. 7 room*, brink, with ball j.mh Centre
Wheeling: cheap, fj.wo. R. H
House, 0 rooms, brick*. Ko?rat , 5th *< pty.
iivuna oifcui ; cn?'Uti. 11 ""
'i Iota on Wild <t. Belvedere. S.'i'i Pinh I 1
House, 2 r?K)in.i, Wii?on at., Ccatre |
emr lerm.. ) U
Lot. 60 foot (rout. 1.1ml at.. !;vi. ;
House, 4 room* and attlo, Jacob st.. c-h vim
S1.4.VX v . ,
Houw, 11 room*, brick, l.v.h . gr, \u ;
Hotel. 2-1 room*, Martin's Ferry, o, cheis I
cahv term* Hi
House. 8 room*. and R*roijni?d hom<? in I
Market at. between 7th mid Mth it? <>,, v
Honso.8 rooms and hall bnUi ? \ Wnuu, I '
Jacob ?t.. between 1'ith and Jfitb. J
Iiuslneu property on Market ?_ ?. m ,1n
ttoo. 5300, |V>0. *?), 12,050 and $2, iw to bw M I
real estate. |
NESBITT & DEVINE I
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The bulk- of our stock
is now in.
New All-Wool Novelties!
New Silk and Wool Novelties!
New Mohairs and Sicilians!
MISSES' AN D CHILDREN'S
FOR SPRING WEAR.
NEW SPRING STYLES!
Embracing all the latest designs
in Wall and Ceiling Decorations.
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