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A GERMAN LADY gives Grammar and Lemons in Ina ova Werner*. An experience d towbar. Higbee% notsveafts Addeo. A. K., le, Roe Lonely, Parts. AFRENCH LADY, of distioction, °etre her to American and lease to accompany them in Paris sad to give in TOT MS Good Address Madame L. S. lie
05 December 1896 - American Register - London, London, England
 
UNITED STATES IMMIGRATION.

UNITED STATES IMMIGRATION.

The Cr , mmistioner-Geoerel of Immigration at Wallington reports that in the year ending with last June 343.267 immigrants arrived in the United States. This was increase of 84,708 over the previous year's figure, but 21 per cent. ander the average of the past tea pars. Of the y
05 December 1896 - American Register - London, London, England
 
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The retains of the New York Associated Banks, just published, show a more than usually heavy increase in the amount of deposits. This testifies to the fact, that the enormous amount of boarded gold is returning rapidly to circalation, and tbis is one of the first effect* of the
05 December 1896 - American Register - London, London, England
 
THE CONO RESSIONAL LIBRARY.

THE CONO RESSIONAL LIBRARY.

A gigantic task confronts Mr. Spofford. the Librarian of Corgreaa in the of nearly • million volumes—over • thousand tots of books—from the old to the new library. Although the new building pmro'res tie b 9 finiFhed by January the great wom:ng will be postponed until Spring, and
05 December 1896 - American Register - London, London, England
 
GENERAL HOWARD ON THE CUBAN WAIL

GENERAL HOWARD ON THE CUBAN WAIL

In an interview concerning the rumor that (lepers! Weyer had resigned the command of the Spanish forma in Cuba. Major. General 0 0. !toward, of the United States Army, said - • " As I see it, General Weyler was a beaten man, and it 11113 time for him tn reaign. His troops were w
05 December 1896 - American Register - London, London, England
 
(nAtt.y Lnc..sict

(nAtt.y Lnc..sict

Yoac, /I.•venkber 30th. Senor Qoassda, the heed of the unofficial • Thin Legation in this c)untry. says that Malmo writ , m that all he need. so I.ietteral Weyler and detest him is more cry The Cubans could pot twice the number of zen in the field if they had arms fur them. Ir.
05 December 1896 - American Register - London, London, England
 
lONS g. L Oincourt . & cit. r.

lONS g. L Oincourt . & cit. r.

05 December 1896 - American Register - London, London, England
 
1311 AGUE. -- HOTEL SCHWA i:ZEs on She Graben. First. elan.. old reputed [fetal. f a tow Oli central part

1311 AGUE. -- HOTEL SCHWA i:ZEs on She Graben. First. elan.. old reputed [fetal. f a tow Oli central part

of the rat a. fable-d'hate. at fresco 1141111.01111g1t, with wine, of on growth. Vineyards Zedarnits, %heeds. Bash. sod .She Bola. Otraa & Proprtesora.
05 December 1896 - American Register - London, London, England
 
TURIN. -HOTEL TROMBETTA, BAGLIGNI'a. 31, Via Roma, 31. Plret-aban Hotel. Ult. and applaanoe and sanitary arrangements. Rooms treated by calorific*.

TURIN. -HOTEL TROMBETTA, BAGLIGNI'a. 31, Via Roma, 31. Plret-aban Hotel. Ult. and applaanoe and sanitary arrangements. Rooms treated by calorific*.

Pitons (mite moderati, Baths. Meru c ImbrMg. Cook's licket ea the prearline. SZA-WE Hovaaa—HotM lielogna ; Summer Hotel at Ceresoni, Real., (Grand Hotel). 6 boar. from Turin.
05 December 1896 - American Register - London, London, England
 
FLORENCE HOWE: Xa i r First,lase Family Home. It'll south. LUNG ARNO NUOVO. The moat select part of the town.

FLORENCE HOWE: Xa i r First,lase Family Home. It'll south. LUNG ARNO NUOVO. The moat select part of the town.

LIFT. Perfect sanitary arrengements. CaloriNre besting. ENGLISH PROPRIRTRESS.
05 December 1896 - American Register - London, London, England