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Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, November 29, 1898
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THERE IS MORE REAL VALUE IN OUR $3.50 LINE OF Ladies' Shoes Than ar.y similar the country. price line in Turns and Welts. Sizes 2 J /2 t o 8. Widths A to E. BY tHB TBtHdRAPH PRINTING COMPANY. TUESDAY EVK., NOV. 29. TELEGRAPH BUILDING, CORHM THIRD AND PIA«A STB. TUB DAIUT TKLEORAPH II dellrered bj carriers to »11 p«rt« ot the city of Alton, North Alton and Upppr Alton, for 10 osnta p«r w««k. Mailed to »njr tddron at the rate ot 60 centi per month, THB TBLKORAPH has the 1argo«t circulation of any paper In Alton, and li the best medium tortdTertinn. CoBKift THIRD AKD PIA«A BTMETI. TIL»MOMI No. M. MORRISSEYBROS Retailers of HIGH GRADE Footwear. Odontnnder, for painless extraction. Dr. Rogers, Third street, over Booth's Miss Jennie Husklnaon la visiting In Roodhouse. Arohle Mills who has 11 convalescing nicely. been quite HI IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR Special Good Values JjXJ Ladies' and Children's Jackets, Children's and Men's Underwear, And Good Cotton and all Wool Blankets, You can find them at H. F. LEHNE'S, 113 West Third Street. Have you Seen the New LHRDER STUD . It is the best \Shirt Stud ever produced Post in center back makes it suitable for shirts with either button holes, eyelet holes or.a combination of the two without the Dr. J. 0. Booker, the well known horseman, arrived In Alton today to spend the winter. There were no burglaries in Upper Alton last night, and several nights. Perhaps its the lull before the storm. Try Neiningor'B Magnolia and new improved Fig. For a good shave, hot and cold bath go to Maul & Hall, Piasa st. H. A. Bommers has sold to Wm. F. Bierbaam a 120 acre farm in the sooth- east corner of Jersey county, for 91,800. Turkish, Vapor and Plain Baths at Frank Bauer's barber shop, 305 Belle st Tickets for the Dominant Ninth series of concerts have been In great demand. The first concert will be Dec. 6 In Temple theater. Shampooing and vapor baths new barber shop, A. J. Zangg, 210 Pis east The only place to bny GllleapleOoal is 814 Plasa street.—Dorsey Fuel Co. Local Union No. 44, A. F. G. W. U., will give their annual ball and cake walk at Turner Hall, Saturday evening, December 3—next. Scott is the busiest tailor in town. At Temple Theatre last evening the Boston Ladleo 1 Band gftve an excellent concert, which Wafl flotft great financial success. The andlence was very small but WM well entertained. The Boston Ladles will not visit Alton again very soon. Llndley A Dickinson, Dentists, Nls bett bldg,, opp. City Building. Hart Serlno. Wheat. "Cream of the Earth," «4.00. AI/TON ROLLER Mii,tWo Go. The Bald Epglo passed down yesterday on her way to St. Louis been unable to go up the Illinois farther than Kampsville. At Karops- vllle the Illinois was Bo full of ice that the Bald Eagle oould not proceed. She Will go to the winter harbor at Padn- c ih In a few days. , Dr. A. 0. Barr, dentist, 118 W. 3d st Fresh Baltimore oysters, cranberries and celery Just received at Stanton & Yeakel%2nd and Market. David Ryan today captured the Park street sewer .contract. There were three bids of which his was the lowest. Mr. Ryan's bid was 40o for 12 inch pipe; 60c for 15 inch p!0e; 70o for 20 inch pipe; catch basins, 120; man holes, 920; excavating rook, $3. The work will be started In a short time. Wanted. Twenty boys and girls, also 10 ladies, to sell tea, coffee and baking powder. Apply room 6, Oonsley House. 6 A party of young men Roy Dacnp, Selah Skaats and Ruth • Springer will leave tomorrow in a covered wagon on a trip through Texas. Tbey bought a horse for $5 this morning and spent the day fixing up a canvas-covered wagon to shelter them on the way. They propose to upend the winter on tbe road. Wanted. A position to copy letters or writing of any kind, addressing envelopes,etc Address "F. F." this office. WHO DON'T WANT A WARM BED? 10-4 Blanket weighs 2* Ibs, Grey, Tan or White, per pair, 114 « « 3 « * « good value« 12-4 " extra heavy " « or White, " 10-4 Wool Blanket, White or Red, very good, " 11-4 Fine Wool Blanket, extra heavy, best in town, - 50c • 75c « - 3,50 • 5,00 11-4 and 12-4 White Australian Wool Blanket, very fine, indeed, per pair, $6.50, $7,50 and - - 8.87 HOME-HADE COMFORTS. Well made, of good goods, each $1,35, $1.62 or PIERSCN & eflRR D. G 2,25 SCHOOL CASE JURY FINDS FOR CITY. After All Night Consideration the Jury Decides the Defense Has Not Violated the Law. annoyance of coming out of shirt or fear of loss. Only made in 14 kt solid gold, and only can be haa at J. H. BOOTH'S, For Rent—4-room honse, cor. 7th and Henry sts.—H. Wm. Bauer. Prof. D. T. Wyatt will lecture at Campbell chapel Weduesday even- Ing, November 29, on "The Past and Future of the Negro Race." Secretary Gossrau has completed the 8th annual statement of the Qer- mania Building and Loan Association, which shows an annual average profit of !!>•; per cent. Rogers & Gallet celebrated French Perfumes, Pean d'Espaerne, Jioxy Vera Violetta and White Rose in bulk at HAAGEN'S. 119 West Third Street. Sawyer & jKeiser, Madison Bids;., Phone I85. S hurtlett School ot MUSIC AND ART. UPPER ALTON. ILL. W, D. ARMSTRONG, Director. First terra begins Boot. 22nd. IMS. For ooun« In Instrumental and Vocal Music. Eloou- tlon and Painting. Bind for oatalnguo Q. B. WILKINSON, M. D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, Office—uor. and and Market ats. Residence—337 East I2'h at. Office Telephone aoj, Residence 1903 How Do We Do It? By hnvlna No Anali, No Peddle", No Middlemen. You pay ono small profit. One-hill Sived. 7 stylos to select from. (U maoiilnop only $17. Complete with all attachments Equal to any machine sold 'loo our price. Call and see our Handsome Drop Head Machine and others M tbe office Front and Henry «t HAPOOOD PLOW CO. •Silo yean guarantee. «^»». „-..,--.—-—--through agents at twloo our price. Call and see r Handsome Drop Head Machine It Pays to buy the Best. Beit OMMte. Prlcei Right. A Trial Order Convince*. T. M. ANDERSON, tff&CER. Phone 171. - 9J* Union Street, Alton Conservatory, Eighth Yea/. Third Term. Tec. 1st. Music, Art, Elocution, Delsarlc and Special Studies. Miss Alice E. Mareb, Voice and Piano, Seminary street, Uppor Alton, R C MIMS Second and Alby . \*. miL,L,?>, «t... Alton. III. Send tor Cata'oKue. THE NEW$ BRIEF. A receiver hns been appointed for tbo Cfii-lsea Paper Manufacturing company of Norwich, Conn. Liabilities, ?7f,,OOQ; nominal assets, $275,000. The dwhess of Fife delights In g-ym- miHllcs, and Is nn accomplished mis- trras of the art of fencing. The FoiH'th Tennessee regiment has been urdeivcl from Camp Poland, Knox- vlllc, Trim., to Sunta Clara, Cuba. John Qulnn was found frozen to der-th .it Whitewater, WIs. The Grout Northern liallroad company Is snid to Imve placed with West Virginia operators contracts for 600,000 tons of coal at Jl.iS a ton, delivered In Fiindusky, O., throughout 1899. Merrill Joneo of Wapella, Ills., aged 1C, wns instantly killed by the accldent- nl discharge of his shotgun. Mrs. Olndctune is the owner of three acri-H of land near Niagara, In Canada, which were presented trt her on the occasion of Iho opening of the Canadian park. A c-nvt'-ln occurred nl (he Dunn iron mine, C'rypliil Falls, Mich., which will probably clone operations at that property permanently. Cunci-rnlni; (he. lineage of Admiral George Pcwey a distant relative says Hint lio IN n lineal dcscunOanI from Alfred the Ciival. Ijovl T. Turpln, a fanner, aged 21, and Mrs. Mary TOIIIPB, used 23, a wld« nw, wlille driving nt Kappa, Ills., were struck liy an Illinois Central passenger (rain and instantly killed. The new British battleship Implacable is to cost over £1.000.000, the largest sum ever Hpent In the building of a man-of-war. Chief Deputy Sheriff Robert Warner of lilriiilngliiini. Ala., was shot to death whl!" atlempllng to arrest William (iiililHlnn, it neiit'o. Dr. Harry Lemon, who is at Maoon Ga., writes home that he took dinner on Thanksgiving day at the home of Sam Jones with a large party of army officers. Go to M. Moritz's for your winter headwear. The largest stock and atest styles. Chief of Police Kuhn will surrender his authority tomorrow night to Oapt. H. B. Starr, the newly appointed Chief of Police, and will become Sheriff next Monday. Japanese China, Opal ware, Mexican Drawn Linen, and Fancy Goods for holiday trade now ready at HAAGEN'S. A Rare Musical Treat. Spalding hall, Friday evening, Dec. 2d, William Armstrong, the dlstin gnished music critic and lecturer will be heard on "Unpublished Interviews with Great Musicians" giving stereop- tloon glimpses of their home life, etc. Miss Bessie O'Brien, the now famous soprano will illustrate the lecture by rendering five beautiful songs. Tickets 50? with no extra charge for reserved seats, on sale at Spalding hall box office. bweet cider at J. H B <noian ; 8. Mtohaal J. Gill haa entered the lecture field and is making engagements throughout the country for lectures. Mike makes a specialty of labor problems in his speeches. Gun and look repairing done by Hubbel.—Jarrett building, o. 2nd st. Tbe meeting ot citizens to perfect an organization for the purpose of offering a reward for burglars,' dead or alive, will be held in tbe Council Chamber this evening. Dr.A.W.itue. JJenusc, opaldiug bid. Percy Bice did not arrive home last evening. His family received a letter from him today saying that ho had been, delayed for a few days, bat will be home some day this week. Dorsey ttaei Uo. have left Bello street aud are now located at 314 Plasa street, tiive them a call. A warrant has been issued in Kd- wardsville for tbe arrest of E. W. Hllker, postmaster at Madison, on the charge of biting off the noes of a man in a fight at a dance. The trial will take place Friday. Anti-Burglar Society. A meeting of all wbo have signed tbe call soliciting signatures for the organization of an anti-burglar society will be held in tbe Council Cbam- ber on Tuesday evening, Nov. 20th. All interested in such a society and who wish to join it, in all tbe Altons, are Invited to be present. B. M UOKSKV. Coal. Hard or soft ooal at E. J. Lookyer a offloo at quarries. Telephone 1694 It you have catarrh dou'c dally with local remedies, but purify mid enrich your blood with Hood's Sarsaparllla, The big steam shovel that has been at work widening tbe county road above the city, will be taken away this evening. A long stretch of road from Watson's quarry to the city limits has been filled in so that teams may pass along the tracks. When the Bluff Line was first built and permitted to occnuy the county road it was agreed that tbe Bluff Line would widen it out so that the road could be used for traffic. The company is just DOW keeping its agreement. Don't lose your bearings and go to Belle street when looking for Dorsey Fuel Co. They have mpved to 314 Piasa street. Go to M. Moritz'a for your collars, Wf, two for as*, for your cuffs, 25f per pair. The best for the money. William Armstrong, the well known critic, newspaper man and lecturer on music, of Chicago, will lecture at Spalding Auditorium Friday evening on "Unpublished Interviews with Great Musicians." Mr. Armstrong has a reputation second to none as a musical critic and his opinions are considered as authority. His lecture will be a great treat for muoic-lpver?. He will be assisted by Miss Bessie O'Brien, soprano. Have your gun smithing and ; look repairing done at the old river stand of B. Dorsett. A fall line of repairs will be found there at all times. Good work guaranteed.—W. D. Fluent. Buslnes Men's Dinner and Supper. Tbe ladiea of the M. Q. church will serve a business men's dinner and supper Wednesday. Nov. 30, in the cburob. AH good things of the season will be on the menu. Special attention paid to business men.., ; Trading btaraps. ; After Oct. i we will' give trading stamps to cash customers.:—Dorsej Fuel Co. -';;: '• -'-•: '- '• "..v^. Q -,, ;; ; .' . Every reader bf'.jttiW paper should see the sewing machine advertisement of Hapgood Plow Co. in this ia- sue. It will interest you. Banner Bargain Month ot Fashionable Fall and Winter Woolens.' These are price values positively wltliout n precedent. j SUITS TO ORDER. $16 oo to $20.00. This Includes nil our One Fanoy Worsteds, Cheviots, Soot'qh'sni.Castflmorea, in Ctiooks, Plaldd and Stripe*. Black and Blue Worsteds, Suits to Order $2o.op;to $38*00. Those InoluJo all our flno Imported and Do- montio woolens as fine a»W5. . , We are uoavtly.oYor loaded with t big stock of Fall »nd Winter Woolenj and we must reduce stoek to rate* monoy before Jan. lit. The tlmo to buy U npw. Evirythlng «t cost. Call and bo convinced. L. Q. Brueggeman Tailoring Co. 221 Plaea st. The jury in the Alton school case arrived at a verdict this morning afr <er being out all night. The jury had not decided at 7 o'clock this morning, and was given breakfast, after which it was again locked up. At 9:3) o'clock the jury reported to the court that it had arrived at a verdict and was ready to report. The jury was sent for and banded in the verdict to the.court, finding for the defendants, the Mayor and City Council of Alton. The jury was composed of 0. H. Bartells, H. Weyb, G. Morgan, W. B. Johnson, Wm. Bond, Jr., W. W. WillJ, T. Good.J. A. Lea, H. Eden, Wm. Heimer, S. D. Teckmann. The case will be appealed to the Supreme Court. Tbe evidence in the school case went to the jury at 0 o'clock last night* Tbe taking ot evidence was conclude^ at 2:30 p.m., and the attorneys for both sides took up tbe arguments. Col. J. J, Brenholt and his assistant, Mr. Palmer, argued for the prosecution, and W. M. Warnock and H. S. Baker for the defense. The arguments occupied about three hours and the jury was instructed and turned over to the court bailiff. The end of Ibis case concludes a case that has excited wide-spread interest ia the country. Through Us school troubles Alton has become known in nearly every newspaper in the United States. The verdict of the lower court does not, however., indicate the course that may be followed by the higher courts. The case may be remanded to the Circuit Court for a new trial after it reaches the Supreme Court on application of the Bide which lost; or the Supreme Court may take tbe matter up and dispose of it. Throughout the entire trial it has been the plan of the attorneys for the defense to deny that there was any discrimination intended in assigning pupils to tbe varionn schools. The prosecution had a difficult case to prove, for none of the records of the Board of Education in the slightest degree indicate that that body had any intention of "discriminating" in tbe assignment of all colored pupils to the schools built for their exclusive use. Indeed, tbe Mayor, Board of Education, and attorneys will not admit that the schools are for colored children exclusively, and were careful that no record of the Board of Education should indicate that fact. Judge Hartzell instructed the jury to consider nothing but record evidence as to the intention of the Mayor and Council in separating tbe races in the schools. The following interrogations were given to tbe jury in making up tbe Verdict, each one of which they answered in favor of the city: 1st. The facilities for learning at tbe Douglas and Lovejoy schools were the equal of tbe other schools. 2. Minnie and Ambrose Bibb failed to apply at tbe beginning of tbe 1808 term of school. 3. Tbe police were not instructed by the Mayor to prevent colored children from attending school at any other than the Lovejoy and Douglas schools. 4. The colored children were not denied admission at school on account of color. 5. Alton was not thrown into one district for the purpose of sending colored children to separate schools. 0. It was not the purpose of the council to make the city of Alton into one district so that tbe Superintendent could assign all colored children to tbe same schools. 7. Ttae children of Soott Ulbb were not excluded from tbe Washington School on account of color. PAUL BR05. Prescription Pharmacy. Pure Drugs and Mediciueu, Paint, Glass and Oil, Sponges, ChamloB, Toilet Articles. Pine Toilet Soaps. Henry ANTI-BURGLAR SOCIETY. List of Persons Who Have Signed as Members. The following ia a list of the names of citizens of Alton who have signed as members of the society to prevent crime In Alton: E. M. Dorsey, D. R. Sparks, E. W. Schmidt, A. L. Floss, Ohas. Seibold, Jacob Wead, John Snyder, A. H. Wuerker, J. F. Porter, R. Gosarau, J. L. Boats, H. C. Dettmera, A. R. McKlnney, F. W. Joeating, W. H,|JoestiDg, A. Wehmeier, J. M. Oaiser, Otto Heide, J. A. Oonsley, H. Q. Mather, H. Wm. Bauer, L L. Lyon, H.|M. Oarr, R. F. Seely, Q. H. Oolonius, J. H. Booth, W. M. Pierson, A. G. Radecke, W. J. Scott, H. M. Schweppe, H. K. Sanborne, E. H. Blair, 0. 8. Leech, L. J. Hartman, G. M. Ryrie, Wm. Hope, W. L. Sparks, A. Neermann, B. L. Dorsey, H. F. Leone, Qeo. D. Hayden, J. H. Bostwick, R. W. 8 tan ton, J. P. Bauer, F. Pieper, Jr., 0. D. Haagen, W, 0. Gates, T. W. Radoliffe, J. P. Kuhn, E. P. Gonldlng, Ohas. Levls, E. L. Bernard, G. *'. Kirsch, J. H. J. Rice, Edward Rice, A. E. Bassett, ThoB, Goudie, W. Graham, P. H. Paul, 0. B. Johnson, J. M. Glberson, G. A. MoMlllen, F. 4 0. Riehl, G. R. Hewitt, A. Weaver, G. E. Hopkins, T. H. Kaoffman, J. J. Hclnerney, W. B. Pierce, R. Ourdie, Jr., J. W. Kerr, Geo. Burton, G.W.QaaokeubushH. H. Ohittenden, We Don't Gare To spring any Good Cheer Chestnut on you Once a Year, or any Christinas But we Would be Glad to have every one to see our Holiday Stock of WATCHES, DIAMONDS, JEWELRY, CHINA, STATIONERY AND FANCY GOODS. 10 Per Cent Discount on all CASH sales from $5.00 and over, up to Dec. 10th. This is to help our sales before the rush of the last two weeks come. E. H. QOULDINQ'S SONS, Alton's Old Reliable Jewelry House.] 1 The BOYS should be kept warm. Take time and^ come and see what a nice line of ; Boys Suits and Overcoats We can show you. We have them in ages j to 15 years, and all kind of prices. H. M. SCHWEPPE, Third Street Clothier. Death of Rev. .Wm. Green, Word was received in lUpper Alton this [morning 'of tbe death of Rev. Wm. Green at Hoodhouse, Sunday, Nov. 27. Rev, Green waa pastor of tbe Upper Alton Baptist church for a number of years, closing his pastorale there in the summer of 'lib. lie immediately accepted a call to tbe Roodhouse Baptist church, where be waa preaching at the time of his illness aud death. Mr. Qreon was highly re- epocted and hud ruauy friends in Aljpn aud I'pper Alton who will be sorry to learn of his death. He leaves a wife, a son ond two married daughters. Mr. Uroen was about 70 years of age, and bad been In poor health many mouths. The fuuoral will be held In Roodhouse tomorrow afternoon. G. Taphorn, R. I. Francis, J. M. Rboads, E. J. Horrissey, J. 0. Morltz, J. E. Hayner, O. A. Joesting, W. P. Dldlake, J. H. Raible, Qeo. E, Marsh, H. R, Hndgens, John Sutter, A. Wade, Ph. Moot, E. M. Oaldwell, J. M. Logan, Dr. 0. Davis, John Look, There are some pencil so badly blurred them out. J. E. Dnnnegan, W. H. Wiseman, B. 0. Few, W. F. Hoppe, Thos. Gallagher, A. E, Root, 0. F. Stelzel, 0. A. Oannell, R. M. Stamper, A. J. Kellenberger, S. F. Connor, Levl Davis, H. 8. Baper, E. P. Wade, H. H. Hewitt, S. Wade, 0. W. Milnor, G. H. Smiley, names written in I can't make REDPATtl GRAND CONCERT CO., Wednesday, Nov. 30th, at Temple Theater. Helen Buckley, soprano; Wm. H. Rieger, tenor; Mary Louise Clary, contralto; Arthur Beresford, bass; Adolph Rosenbeoker, violinist; Hugo Frey, accompanist. PROGRAM. 1. Quartette—O My Love is Like a Red, Red Rose, (Garrett.) 2. Concerto—Andante Finale (Mendelssohn). Mr. Rosenbecker. 3. Nobll Signer from Huguenots, (Meyerbeer), Miss Clary. 4. Duet—I Masnadlere, (Verdi), Mies Buckley, Mr. RIeger. 5. I Am a Roamer, (Mendelssohn), Mr. Bereeford. B. Quartette—Martha, (Flotow.) I'4KT TWO. 7. Polonaise, Migon, (Thomas), Miss Buckley. 8. Duet—La Favorita, (Donlzeti) Miss Clary and Mr. Bereford. 9. Ballad, My Sweetheart, (Pierce) Mr. Rieger. 10. Fantasie from Faust, (Wienl- awaki) Mr. Rosenbecker. 11. Quartette—Rlgaletto, (Verdi.) The Redpath Company is the second of tbe Star Course aud is composed of the best obtainable musicians. You can not afford to mies It. Reserved seat plat open at the Y. M. 0. A. at 8 o'clock Monday morning Nov. 28tb. Do not fall to get your seats if you have not secured them. Season tickets, 91.00. Reserved seats 15, 20, 25 extra. Buy "LaBelle Tbe best, ftl.OO. Try tli e Best, "Lafielle," , |4.00. tard8prlnj Wheat "Cream of tbe Kuril), " |4.00. Al/fON ROLUCB MlLUNQ 00. Judge No Appointment Made. Early today Informed the that he had not made an appointment for Ooal Oil Inspector In Alton ; that he haa made no promise to any one, and that the appointment will not be made before next June Tlio Judge added: "While I feel friendly to Mr. Crowe, there la nothing definite as to whom I will appoint." An Important Difference. To make H apparent to thousands wbo think tbemaelvea ill, that they are not afflicted with any dlaeaae, but that tbe system aimply needs cleansing, is to bring comfort home to their hearts, aa a costive condition la easily cured by using Syrup of Figs. Manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Oo. only, and Bold by all druggists. Patronage hangs on a thread; that thread b your satisfaction. Treat you honestly and it's as strong as a cablet abuse your confidence and it may snap* like a cobweb. We are striving to build cables; therefore we handle teas and coffees imported by^Chase & Sanborn, This name means a great deal in these days of cheap everything; it is a name that brings you a guarantee and satisfaction that no other line of tea and coffee will produce. THOS GODDIE, Agent for CHASE & SANBORN'S Importations. No. 26 West Second st. \- -j Telephone 8f DO YOU KNOWilt Uuk />• BECKWITH' Genuine Round Oak?| It is (he most famous stove on earth! It will burn any kind of fnell It gives more heat I It takes less fuel! It holds flre longer! It will last more years I It Is more cleanly 1 It givea better satisfaction! It is the most popular! It has tbe greatest sale of any heating stove ever made I A. L. FLOSS, Third st. opp. Belle SEASONABLE GROCERIES Simon pure Buckwheat Flour and Maple-sap Syrup, Sorghum and fine table syrups. Extra fancy canned whole tomatoes. The best grades of canned Corn, Peas, String Beans, Asparagus Tips, Mushrooms, French Peas and Lima Beanc. Fine grade of canned Peaches, Pine-apples, Raspberries and peeled Apricots. A nice line of Dried Fruits. Choice varietylof fine table apples. Oranges, Nuts, Celery and Fresh Oyster constantly on hand. «*• .1 J. H. BAUMAN, No. 400 Belle street. Phone 187 TOYS! A large and complete Hue of TOi'tj up-to-date Just reoolveo. Which we are ready to show to all, Wagons, from 101 up; Wheelbarrows, 15f> up; Qo;OartH, 25? up; Doll Cabs, Wf up; Obalre, 10? up; Tables, 'W up; Bauks, 6? up; Tool Uhests, 10'' up; Dolls, If up. Bledl, Hobby floraoa, Desks, Olauk Boards, KaaeU; Doll Beds aodOradlea, Hide Boards, Stick Horses and Ohimes, Lauudery Beta, Drums, Pianos, Trunka, Buw aud Saw Buck, eto. All kinds .of Qamea. A great variety of Penuy Goods. H. A. 8BTZ.650B.2dst

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