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GROUND THE GL0BE.
A Record of the Week's Happenings
areflowPart of the World's
Tbe MoflT Important Foreign ana
Domestic Events Arranged for
Jtopid Reading. S
W A S I N O N ',,
'Secretary Eikins has gone to TVest "Vir
ginia for a few days.
A GOVEENMENT report shows 15 per cent
of the food product of the United States to
GEN. MILES again calls attention to the
defenseless condition of the American
The secretary of the navy has made the
ninth payment of $93,280 on the cruiser
Oregon to the Union Iron Works at San
A resolution in the house makes serious
charges against Secretaries Elkins and
Noble, Land Commissioner Carter and oth
ers in connection with. Kansas lands. A
investigation is asked.
Gen. Frank Wheaton, the lately ap
pointed brigadier-general, has been ordered
to keep himself in readiness to command
the department of Texas on the retirement
from active service June 1 next of Brig.
Gen. D. S. Stanley.
The department of agriculture has
issued bulletin number 32, being the report
of A J. Wedderburn on the adulteration
of foods and drugs. The report concludes
that at least 15 per cent of the entire food
product of the countrjT is adulterated.
President Harrison -will suggest to con
gress that tolls be imposed on Canadian
vessels using the Sault Ste. Marie canal,
because the Canadians tax American
vessels passing through the Welland and
St. Lawrence canals.
E S O N A E N I O N
YATES CAERINGTON, the well known ani
mal painter, is dead in London.
Miss A N N A DICKINSON, who was reported
verylll in Ne York, is pronounced out ot
FERDINAND W to whom the late Gen.
Grant owed his financial ruin, is released
from Sing Sing piison, his six-year term
CHARLES E N HARRIS, Carl Pretzel,
editor of the National Weekly, died at his
residence in this city. was fifty-one
years of age.
E health of Archbishop Kenrick of St.
Louis is in a precarious condition.
seeim never to have rallied from the attack
of feebleness which seized him shortly after
his jubilee celebration.
N O N A E E E N S
Several buildings are burned at Winni
peg, the loss exceeding $125,000.
The plant of the Minneapolis Sash and
Door company is burned. Loss, $60,000.
A cyclone touched the outskirts of King
fisher, Okla., destroying consideiable prop
ertj--, killing two people and injuring
ALT. the streams in Southern Nebraska
and Northwestern Kansas are out of their
banks and are doing much damage to crops.
Trains are delayed by washouts.
A loaded freight train on the Louisville,
New Albany & Chicago went through a
bridge near Westville, Ind recently. En
gineer Murray, Fireman Bowen and brake
jnan Bro^n were killed.
A Rocky Comfort, Ark., a boiler in the
mill of E. W. Pullen exploded, killing
Pullen, his engineer and fireman and
wounding three men and a woman, all of
it is thought will die.
Fire started in the planing mill of Fautz
& Moffit, and spread with great rapidity.
The mill was soon in ruins, and an acre of
lumber and a furniture faotory were also
destroyed, besides several lesidences. Loss,
A special dispatch fromRidgetown, Ont.,
says. The steamship llussia, owned by the
L. T. Company, Buffalo, and the Celtic,
owned by Mackay's Sons, of Hamilton,
collided 100 miles off the Rond Eau light in
a dense fog. The Celtic sank in less than
ten minutes the crew numbering 18, es
caped with only what they had on them.
The cook of the" Celtic, Margaret Stranded
SINS AN SINNERS.
Two farmers quarrel near Montevideo,
Minn., and one is fatally shot.
RACE prejudice and a boarding house dif
ficulty result in a fatal shooting affray at
A. MAN credited with long experience as a
swindler is arrested while trying to work a
S Paul bank.
A LONE highwayman holds up a stage in
California. kills a passenger and
mortally wounds another, but gets no
Ralph K. Paige, treasurer of the Paines
ville bank that lailed recentlj', has pleaded
'guilty at Cleveland, Ohio, to having forged
two notes of $3,C00 and $2,000, respectively.
will be sentenced to the penitentiary.
Policeman Adam Kane, who was stabbed
in Ne York by Thomas Kelly, is dead.
His brother, Harry Kane, who was stabbed
by Kelly at the same time, is in a dying
John Andrews, the Dane who is supposed
to have married about twenty women for
mercenary purpo«e«, is on trial at Cleve
land, Ohio, for stealing money from Mrs.
Ellen Parcel of St. Louis, his latest bride,
whom he deserted in Cleveland.
E posse which went after the horse
thieves has been heard from again, and
this tune they have been more successful.
Another battle has been fought and two of
the robbers were killed and one wounded
and captured. The captured man has been
sent back, while the posse continued the
pursuit ol the bandits.
O E I N N E S
E Italian cabinet is defeated in the
chamber of deputies. Rudini's fall is said
to be irrevocable.
FFARS of comiug war between Germany
and Russia cause large numbers of Prus
sian Poles to emigrate to the United
The Austrian government will prosecute
the Neue Preie Presse of Vienna for pub
lishing Wilbrandt's novel which approves
the conduct of the thief in railing at the
Saviour on the cross.
A case involving the legal succession to
the earldom of Stamford, which has been
before the British house of lords for some
time, was decided in favor of the present
earl, the ninth holder of the title." ."$
The Newfoundland legislaturehWpassed
a resolution legitimatizing the illegal li
cense fees which were imposed two years
ago and renewing the discriminatory tariff
A. Lowden Snowden, the American ruin-*
ister to Greece, has induced the Greek gov-
ernment to grant $100 to be devoted to pre
paring historical 'exhibits for the Colum
A British force of fifty marines and 300
troops has captured Toniatabia, West
Africa, after a spirited defense. Capt.
Roberts was killed and three others of the
Britisn force were also severely wounded.
The enemy's loss was heavy.
A MOEMON colonization scheme has been
perfected between Elder Andrew J. Stew
art of Salt Lake, and the authorities of the
Mexican government, by which Mormon
colonies "will be established here and
in other parts of the republic, this city be
ing the headquarters.
Nathan White and William" Spreadbor
ougb, ornithologists, have been in Manito
ba some time collecting specimens of wild
birds for the Dominion government forex
hibition at the World's Fair. While driv
ing across the prairie, Spreadborongh
jumped out of the buggy tor shoot a hawk.
In getting into the buggy again the second
barrel of the gun was accidentally discharg
ed. The charge entered White's spinal
column and he fell back dead. Spread
bon^ugh drove the corpse into the nearest
village, where an inquest was held and a
verdict of accidental death rendered.
E O I I A W O
E Wisconsin and Michigan Democrat
ic state convention instruct for Cleveland.
A MOVEMENT is said to be on foot, with
Cleveland's assent to secure the Democratic
nomination for Chief Justice Fuller.
E Cleveland managers in Ne York
are credited with a proposition to retire
both Cleveland and Hill in favor of Will
iam C. Whitney.
E Republicans of the Thirteenth Illi
nois district nominated A. A Northcott for
Congress. J. T. McClelland and Louis
Kinghoff were named as delegates to the
national convention. They were instructed
A special from Washington states that
Joh Sheaman will accept the Republican
nomination for president if tendered him
The journal declares for Sherman as the
man to unite the Republican party and
lead it to victory.
W. G. ROELKEE, S. P. Colt, William
Gregory and G. Harrison were elected
delegates at large by the state Republican
convention. They are Harrison men, but
were not instructed. Resolutions were
adopted endorsing Harrison's administra
tion and the McKinley bill and declaring
against free silver coinage.
A I O A I N S
E following appointments have been
made in the Great Northern railroad ser
vice: F. E. Draper as assistant auditor
freight receipts, and W. J. Evans as fr^eght
A REPORT from Denver that President
Cable of Rock Island, is soon to resign his
office and be succeeded by President Trues
dale, of the Minneapolis «fc St. Louis, is de
nied by officials ot the Rock Island.
EFFOBTS are being made at last to bring
about a meeting between the general man
agers of the roads in the Chicago & Ohio
River Traffic association for the purpose of
putting a stop to the demoralization inpas«
A O CIRCLE
E lockout in the Lancashire, Eng,
cotton trade has been settled, both masters
and workingmen having agreed to resume
O N May 16 the clothing pres
New York, Philadelphia, Chicago, Bos
ton and other large cities will demand an
advance in the wage? and a reduction of
the hours of labor from ten to nine hours
S O I N I E S
Ed Smith ot Pittsburgh is matched to
light Paddy Shea of Wichita, Kan. Ma 26.
Sullivan still aTgues that Corbett is mak
ing money out of hia (Sullivan's) reputa
Parson Davies states that Hall is quite
ready to make arrangements with Fitz as
Hall and Fitzsimmons will not fight dur
ing the September Pugilistic carnival at
O E W I S E
E National Cordage company raises
the price of binding twine.
E National congress of the Sons of
the American Revolution is held in Ne
E BE is a probability of the Mesaba
mines being sold to Eastern capital
WISCONSIN has broken ground for its
state headquarters at the world's fair whicL
will be one of the first, if not the first, to be
completed. It is designed in Itala pavilion
style and will cost $30,000.
E Illinois conference of the Lutheran
synod adopted resolutions demanding the
unconditional repeal of the Illinois com
pulsory school law and agreeing to sup
port the party .whose candidates are
pledged to oppose the present law.
W I the imposing ceremonial usual to
such occasions Right Rev. Henry Gabriels,
D. D., was consecrated as the second bishop
of the diocese of Ogdensburg. Archbishop
Corrigan acted as consecrator. Twenty
eight bishops, twelve monsignors and about
500 priests took part in this ceremony.
E retirement of Paul Vandyke from
the Princeton theological seminary has
been brought about by his refusal to grant
a demand for an avowal on his part that he
will accept the standards of the Presbyteri
an church in the sense which has aiways
been put upon them at Princeton, and con
form his teachings to this interpretation
and never depart from it.
O S N E W S
W at he Will a Will
The new fakirs having tired of setting up
imaginary lottery schemes in Nicaragua,
changed their field ot operation. The fol
lowing was recently sent over the country,
among other papers the Brooklyn Standard
Union giving it publication:
HONDURAS BEJECTS THE LOTTERY.
N EW ORLEANS, March 8.—The Picayune's
City of Mexico special says: Honduras has
refused concessions to the Louisiana State
Lottery. Gen. Jesus Tolego died here this
morning. Forty-seven Mexican generals
have died since February 7.
On being shown the above, President
Paul Conrad, somewhat indignantly and
very emphatically declared: "It is not
true that the Louisiana State Lotterv Com
pany has made application to Honduras or
to any other foreign country, for lottery
privileges, nor has any such overture been
made on behalf ot this company, its Bhare
holders or managers.
"We shall continue to conduct our busi
ness here until the present charter of the
Louisiana State Lottery Company expires
in 1895. Simply that and nothing more.
8 a E a
statement in the
Globe Democrat, tha* this company accepts
the situation as denned by the courts, in
good faith, is absolutely correct.—New
APPROVED BY LEO.
Another Aspect to the Faribault
Question Is Now Pre-| JM
The Pope Ahoat to Express Ap
proval of Archbishop Ire-1*
Upland's Policy. «t*^^
ffiMjONBox, May 9.—The Chronicle's Rom
correspondent says: "The Vatican is pre
paring a negative reply to the petition of
foreign Catholics in America for national
priests. The Vatican argues that the Irish,
although very numerous in America, have
never made a similar demand. I is stated
that the pope will send an address later to
the American episcopacy approving Arch
bishop Ireland's educational policy/'
PATROLLED BY ARMED MEN.
A Curious Contest at Waukesha Over the
.Piping of Mineral Water to Chicago.
WAUEESHA, Wis.. May 9.—Waukesha is
patrolled by armed men to-night and every
citizen is sleeping with a weapon within
arm's length preparatory to sallying
forth at a nionent's notice to the
defense of the city. The preparations
are due to an attempt last night to lay a
pipe line from the Hygeia springs in tiie
city limits to connect with a pipe line to
Chicago. A midnight train of the Milwau
kee road brought 300 laborers and a quan
tity of pipe into town. The piping of water
from the Hygeia springs was for
bidden by the city authorities
some time ago, but the pro
moters thought the work could be done
be:ore the courts could inter ere. Citizens
have received an intimation from persons
by telegraph ot the invaders, and when the
train pulled into the station a crowd of
2,000 armed men was on hand to receive
the invaders. A the workmen led by J.
McElroy, Chicago real estate man,
stepped horn the cars the voice of a bun
dled shots rang out in the ar and the ter
BEAT A n\sr RETREAT
to the train. Meantime the tne bells had
been rung and the few citizens who had re
tired joined the crowd at the depot. An
injunction wa3 served on Mr. McEiroy and
he repaired to the hotel to con er
with his attorney. The workmen had by
this time regained their courage and again
emerged from the cars. Some of them had
been drinking, and in a short time half a
dozen fights had been started. the
aliens were arrested and hustled
off to jail, and to-night two of
them are still in custody. McElroy
finally marched his lOllowers to a deserted
in ill, where they have been in camp all
da. A 6 o'clock this morning the work
men made another demonstration, but the
fire bells were again rung, bringing in
everv man to the s_ene, and again
McElroy's men were forced to re
tire. '"Long" Jones of Chicago, ex
chairnian ot the Illinois Republican com
mittee, is in charge of the de ending forces
and has no doubt cf his ability to de.eat
the scheme of the pipe line company. A
mass meeting of citizens will be held to
morrow and a course ot action be decided
upon. Meantime the citizens are relaxing
none of their vigilance and are prepared
for any emergency.
A SORE POINT.
The W\omiD 2 War tn Cause ol Anxiety
CunYENXE, Wyo., May 9.—There was a
noted aggregation of railroad men in town
yesterday. A their head was General Man
ager Dickinson, flanked by W. A. Duel,
general superintendent of the gull division
and general superintendent of the Ne
braska division. Amon the others were
General Freight Agent Monroe, Assistant
Genera* Freight Agent Wild, Supt Touhey
ot Denver and assistant superintendent of
North Platte. The party visited the im
prisoned stockmen at Fort Russell. Later
a call was made on Gov. Barber with rela
tion to his proclamation prohibiting South
ern cattle from being driven across thestate
to adjoining states. This has been a very
sore point. Last year cattle were con
signed to Orin Junction on the Union Pa
cific, and were then trans erred by the
Northwestern to the Black Hills
terminal point. A a consequence they
were unloaded on the ranges oi several big
outfits who threatened to" withdraw their
business Irom the Northwestern railroad in
the event that this was continued during
the present season, 'ihis will probably ex
plain why the Northwestern declined to
make any through rites. Local rates were
demanded irom Orin Junction to the place
of destination. A cattle consigned to
Montana could not uner the proclamation
be unloaded for trailing at Orm. The busi
ness has been practically at a standstill. A
strong talk was made to" the governor this
afternoon. A midnight the governor an
nounced that he would give his decision
A GREEN OARSMAN.
His Inexperience Causes the Drowning
of Two Young Ladies.
HAMILTON, Ohio, May 9.—At Woodsdalc
Island, thirty miles north of Cincinnati,
this evening John Bolen, an inexperienced
oarsman, took Misses Lizzie Linderheld,
Alice Larue and Katie Clark in a row boat
on the Big Miami, which was high and
swift. Bolen lost control of the boar, which
went over the dam at that point. Misses
Larue and Clark were drowned and Bolen
and Miss Linderfiula were rescued with
Over Three Hundred 'thousand.
N EW YORK, May 9 —A fire the build
ing adjoining Earl's hotel in this city drove
out the guests at 2 13 this morning. A
that hour names were discovered build
ing 247 Canal street, a five-story
brick structure occupied by Jen
kins fe Co manufacturers of sashes and
blinds. The fire was confined to the build
ing in which it originated which was'en
tirely destroyed he loss to building and
contents was $300 000, the hotel was dam
aged $300 by smoke The loss -to adjoining
property was $30,000.
g-x&l Fatal to Horses.
LOUISVILLE, Ky., May 9.—A report from
Western Kentucky is that buffalo gnats are
causing great loss. It is estimated that one
thousand horses have been killed by them.
Wis A Famou Indian Dead. '-s
ATTTCNTA. Ga May 9.--Col. George W.
Busbybead, delegate to the Baptist conven
tion being held here, died at the Providence
infirmary. Col. Busbyhead was an ex
chief of the Cherokee Indians of the North
Carolina reservation. was a cousin of
the-famous Bushy head, chief the Chero
kees of the reservation in the Indian Terri-
tory. -mmwmA I
Const Kapoleon Key is among the members of
the French Chicago fair commission.
A great fire in Niching, China, destroyed 2,000
houses, and a number of people were killed.
SKiug Humbert has accepted the resignation of
Count Taverna, the Italian ambassador to Ber
The annual meeting of the Hotel Men's Benefit
Association of the United States convenes at
Detroit, Mich., to-roorrow.
Tom Cabill, recently released by the Xiouis
\ville base ball club, hasbeen signed at Troy. K.
Y- where it & understood he will be captain of
By the recent earthquake at Manila consider
able damage was done throughout the island
In some towns all the eburches aud colleges were
Wi ham Reganhardit aud M. B. Claude have
been selected delegates to Minneapolis by the
^Republican congressional con veution at Maiden,
Mo. They were instructed to vote for Harri
Mrs. Potter Palmer hopes to induce Mme.
Carnot, the wife of the president, to accept the
presidency of the French women's committee for
the Chicago fair.
A reconciliation, it is reported, will soon take
(place between Emperor William and Bismarck,
(the only difficulty the way being the ei.-ehan
•eellor's umulhugness to resume ofhoe.
E A E S
CHICAGO—WHEAT—No. 2 snrinsr 81£to
82 No. 3 spring, 76£e. No. 2 red, 85too6c.
CORN—No. 2, 43to43|c.
29ic. No. 2white, 31}to32c.
No 3 white, 30*@31c.
RYE—No. 2, 75@76e.
BARLEY—NO 2, 62c No. 3 53c
I N N E A O I S W E A N O 1 hard,'
8i*c, No. 2 Northern.
O N N O 3, 37 to 38e No. 3 yellow, 36
li\E—No. 2. 70 to 72c.
BARLEY-—No. 3, 40 to 52c.
No. 3 white,
Y—Choice upland quoted at$10tol0 50:
esota wild, $8 50to9 50 coarse off
color, $5 5uto$8 timothy $lltoll.50
W E A N O 1 hai d, 82 to 84c
No. 1 Northern. 81to82c No. 2 Northern
77 to 78c.
CORK—No. 3, 38i to 39^c No. 3 yellow 39
No. 2 white, 29
OATS,— No. 2, 27i to 28ic,
to 29£c No. 3, 28 to 28i."
BABLKY AND E N O 2 barley, 50 to 55c
No. 3 barlev, 35 to 48c No. 2 rye, 71 to 72c
(aROUND E E AXD MiLisrcFrs—No. 1
$14.75@15 23, No. 2. 5 25@15 75 No 3,
$14 50 to 15 low grade, $12 to 12 50 corn
meal, bolted, $18to 19, do unbolted, $13 75to
14 25, bran, bulk. $9.50 to10.
MILWAUKEE—WIIEVT—No. 2 sprui"
81to82, No. 1 Northern. 85to86c.
CORN—No, 3, 41to41Ac.
OATS—No. 2, white, 321c No 3, do,
BARLEY—No. 2. 53c sampl", 55 tot8c.
CALLS IIALisTEA O W N
Another Leaf From the Endless Volume
of Post-Rebellion Controversy.
WASHIISGTON, May 9 —George C. Gorham,
who is editing the letters and papers cf the
late Secretary Stanton and writing a life of
that distinguished official, has written an
open letter to Murat Ilalstead in answer to
the one which Halstead wrote to the Cin
cinnatii Comnierokit Ga^tte April 23, de
voted to a delense of the terms agreed on
between Gen. Sheiman and tlie rebel gen
eral Joe Johnston in April, 1S65, and which
w-as brought out by a letter recently ad
dressed by Gorham to Senator Sherman on
the same subject. In las letter Halstead
said "The truth is Mr. Stanton was wrons
also—excited out of reason. His paper on
the subject of Johnston's surrender shows
that his mind was then more inflamed
than that of Senator Sherman's." And
again- "»Sb*nton was imperious and
alarmed and revengeful." Mr. Gorham ic
produces various criticisms made by Hal
stead upon public men and officers in the
war to show that his judgiupnts of men are
not always infallible, "tor even you have
been known to set aside that calm, judicial
Iranie ol mind in which you now censure
Stanton for differing with Gen. Sherman."
The editorials in the Cincinnati Commer
cial of April 24 28,18G5, upon the Sheiman
Johnston terms ot surrender are quoted.
In them Mr. Hals ead taid. -That he
(Sherman) committed a mistake in his
peace negotiations is clear enough.
ousrht to have destroyed Johnston's army
or have forced its sunender on terms simi
lar to those granted Lee." Halstead's
charge the Commercial (Dec. 11,
1861,) that Gen. Sherman had became in
sane, and his letter to secretary Chase (Feb.
19, 1803). in which he denounced Grant as
"foolish, drunken and stupid," and asked
Chase it he could not take Lincoln by the
throat and knock his head against a wall
until he is brought to his sense* or the war
business. "I do not sneak wantonly when
1 say there are persons who would leel they
were doing good service to kill him. If it
were not teared that Hamlin is a bigger loci
than he is, "i quoted to sustain Mr. Gor
ham S closing paragraph: "The world's
opinion does not concern those expiessions
of your opinion concerning either Lincoln
or Grant. It 13 just as likely to dissent
from you» opinion concerning Edwin M.
A O IN CHINA.
Pervades the Inne Circles
SAN FRANCISCO, May 9 —The Shanghai
correspondent«f tne Japan Weekly Ga
zette says. "Chaos and disruption
of diplomatic ties are the principal
features in inner circles here. Foreign
ministers cannot agree about anything,
least of nil about the imperial audience
The new Russian minister, Count Cassim,
has declared heis not responsible lor the Jol
lies ot the past and that he will take his own
course for the future without reierence to
the corps. The British minister lias also
revolted. 'I he representative of France
was never quite loyal to the diplomatic
concert, but was always secretly trafficking
in commercial tontracts. In short, the
bundle ot sticks is loose once more."
Senator t»niord to Resign.
SAN FRANCISCO. May 9.—The Examiner
prints a story, apparently well authenti
cated, that Senator Stanford will resign
early next vear should a Repub
lican legislature be elected this
fall. told several intimate
friends ot his determination before he went
East. Incipient apoplexy threatens Stan
ford and his physicians have warned him
that absolute lest and ireedom Irom excite
ment it required in his present condition.
The izarowit/. to Wed.
PARIS. May 9.—It is announced that the
czarowitz will soon become the husband of
Princess Marguerite, the sister ot the em
peror of Germany.
The River at JSevr Orleans.
N E W ORLEANS, May 9.—The river at this
point has remained almost stationary for
several days, reaching 16.U feet as the maxi
mum. The levees, while subjected to a
great strain, are holding out well. Dis
patches from river points show that the
water is rising gradually, but the levees
continue in good condition.
!»tore and liwellincs Gone.
"LCDINGTON, Mich., Ma 9.—The butter
and lumber company's mill and store and
three dwellings were burned this afternoon.
The company'•* plant was one of the largest
in the state. Loss. $150,000. Three hun
dred men are thrown out of employment.
Uff and a in all Kind of
Cor in a a 3 St. N
N E W I N N E S O A
The New Ul Stone Company is readv
to sell building stones at the Quarry Fo
prices inquire of J. Pfenninger, W Boesch
NOTICE.-Th use of land lor pasturing
or cutting of wood or quarrying ancVhanl
of stone is not allowed unless by a writ
ten permit from the company.
On Minnesota River, near New Ulm, is
fully prepared to furnish lime of the \er
best quality in any quantity to contractors
and builders. Delivered »o any desired
point either by team or rail at liberal
prices. All orders by mail promptly at
FRED A. GBAY
New TJlm, Minn.
Vaults, Cesspools and Chimnev Cleaning.
All kinds of Scavenger Work Promptly At
tended to. 0 Bo 588. Ail Orders by
Mail Promptly attended to.
LATH, SHINGLES, D00ES
—an all kinds
Star Sample Room,
JOSEPH SCHN0BRICH, Proper.
A fine lunch will be served every day
Cor. Minn. & Center streets.
Brewer and Bottler.
Jfe[W Ul(M, MiKX.
This brewery Is one of twharuest eBtabli*hme»t»
of the kind in the Minnesota Valley and In fitted
ap with all the modern improvements. Keg »nd
bottle beer furnished to any part of the city on
short notice. My bottle beer is especially adapted
for family use.
Country brewers ard others that boy malt will
find it to thcr interebt to place their orders with
me. All orders by mall will receive my prompt
O O S E a a
C. F. Ruemke
Cor. Minnesota and 3rd North Sts.
N E W I N N
CHOICE GROCERIES, CROCKER!,
CLASSWiBE and NOTIONS.
All Goods offered at prices which de
fy competition. Goods will be delivered
free to any part of the city. Al kinds
of farm produce taken in exchange or
O O S O I N E W I N
MRS. A. SEITER P*op.
This house is the most centrally located
hotel in the city and affords
good Sampl Rooms."
A large supply of fresh meats sa
sages, hams lards, etc. constantly on
hand. Al orders from the
promptly attended to
CASH PAID FOR HIDES.
SEW E MARBLE WORKS,
lg. Schwendingevs Frop'r*
""Monuments, to a a
other in my line a to
promptly and in a a a a
N E W I N N
GEO. BENZ A
jMportm s*t Waeiaato Stains to
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