Alton Daily Telegraph, January 10, 1890

Alton Daily Telegraph

January 10, 1890

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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - January 10, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH. VOLUME 20. ALTON, ILL., FHI DAY EVENING, .I AXU AHY 1800. Dr. J. W. Enos Sanitarium, ALTON, ILL. DR. ENOS announces that he has established in a building purchased for Die purpose a SANITARIUM for the TREATMENT OF ALL CURABLE DISEASES. BMtm-iagr: BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL. His experience during many years has convinced him that all diseases can be managed more successfully in an institution of this kind, under the constant supervision of the physician, and with the aid of means not otherwise at command, than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers at intervals of several hours or days. The position of the SANITARIUM is high, and the surrounding are free •rom all noxious influences. It is readily reached by the Second street horse •aru. and is near the Union Depot. The building is large, and arrangements are as perfect as is possible from a knowledge of sanitary science and the requirements of such an institution. Electricity in all its forms; Oxygen and its compounds; Baths, Douches, Massage, Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided as may be required by patient*, in addition to such other treatment as may be deemed advisable. A LARGE SOLARIUM Pot Bun Baths and exercise in cold and inclement weather, etc., is provided. Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and receives his daily personal attention. Now Open # POR THE RECEPTION OP PATIENTS. For further information address Dr. ENOS at the SANITARIUM, corner of George and Third sts., Alton, III. JULIUS H. RAIBLE. Rectifier, Importer AM) WHOLESALE DK AI.KH IN WIMES and LIQUORS Th* moat Celebrated Brands of KENTUCKY WHISKIES free and in bond A SPECIALTY: IMPORTED Cognac Brandies, Holland Gin, Irish and Scotch Whiskies, Cherry and Blackberry Juice, Port, Sherry, Bordeaux and Rhine Wines. HEADQUARTERS For all kinds of Select California Wines and Brandies in Casks, Kegs and Bottles. Come and examine the Largest Stock of Pine Old Wines and Liquors ever offered in this city, and at Surprisingly Low and Cheap Prices. Ail Goods delivered free of charge. Orders by mail will receive Erompt attention.    store and Office cor. Fourth and Bellota., Ware- ouie on Fourth st., between Belle and Piasa. IMW). HARPER’S WEEKLY. ILLUSTRATED. ll ah)-e i< • Weekly baa a won establish«d placeas iii# loaning illustrat' d n«wipu|»«r la America Th* fairness of its editorial (simulant* on currant politics has larnod for It lh* raspwt anti confidence or all Un. partial readers, ami the variety and excel-Unc»- of Its literary contents, which Include •trial and short •torim bv the best aud most popular writers, nt It for the perusal of pee-pl* of th* widest range of tush * aud pursuit* The Weekly sh, t■.••inrni, are of remarkable variety, interest, ami value No expanse IE spared to bring the highest order or artistic ability to bear upon the lllus Lratton of the changeful phases of home and foreign history a Mexican romano*, from the pen of Thomas A. Janvier, w ill appear laths WEAKLY 111 I HUO HARPER’S PERIODICALS. PEK VK AB. HARPER'* WEEKI.T ....... 14 H AKPEK" MAU AZ INK ....... 4    un HARPER S KAZAK.......... 4    od U t BPK ten I of mg PWPIX  s 00 Postag* fro* to ail subs* riiM-rs in the I nt ted elates, Canada, or Mexico. The Volumes of the WBK XLV begin with the first Number for January of each year. W hen no Urns Is mentioned, subscriptions win I*eg1n with the Number curr-nt at time of receipt of order. Hound \ alum* *• of IUiokh's \\ i rcxt r for three years hack, In neat cloth tumitng. will be sent by mall, postage paid. or b> e* pre*. free of expense (provided the freight does notexceed on* dollar per volume . for yr -per volume. t loth cam » for each volume, suitable for bindle* will bs sent by mall, p -• -paid un receipt of II.O) each Remittance* should be made by postoffice Money order or Draft, to avoid chance of toss, Newspapers art not to copy this adver tlssmetit without lbs express one r of Kau ibm A MBoriiSHS. Address MAItPI.it A B BUTH It BA KSW- Tort. WM. L. KLUNK STOPPED FREE Insane Persons Restored-Dr. KLINK a (.KEAT - HE!KfiJSF8n& tm Hmm a/m..,,, rt,.    rn VALU BAJ It tab* u •• die-' w4 A* Am */tm A* TSS* *|'<I Si »'Wl bete# Ira* to IM la. lbs? jot iii* nine. her**, nu bus mhtn »*d Sofia    PO    bi.4 ti, -M- * I om. a IU ELINE *1 Arch st . HBnuWiB BMW AMB OM IMI Ta TWQ K&B UNDERTAKER. YMI) DKALKB IN Ready-Made Coffins, Metalic Caes, Caskets And Burial Robes, for ladles, Gntlemen and < Idhlren. Office and Shop on State street. Over Hart’s Llvsry Stable. WHI atteni ta Jab Work and Repairing furniture J. SUTTER & SON, DK ALK KS IM KINK AND COMMON FURNITURE. A Full and Complete Stock Always on Hand. l>» not Fail to Give i s a Call Before Purchasing. OUK PT It MT UKK HUGUS AUK DB State Strt. ouDoaite Third. ALTON, ILL. r Anniversary of the Battle New Orleans Celebrated. i. of HOW IT WAS OBSERVED AT CHICAGO. A largo Audience Addressed by tho Hon. POuster Knott, of Kontuoky—Hon. lion-Jaiuln Patton, a Lite-Long Friend of tho Hem of New Orb uhs, Dives Home Personal limit,1 l.irin 1 • — Celebration of tho Day al Nashville and elsewhere. Ch ic AUO, Jan. IU.—Bt. Jackson was a( M it Im-, ar sud anew at Central Music hall Wednesday evening. The Andrew Jackson league held it* third annual celebration of tho anniversary of Mw tattle of New OP-loans, whit Ii was Gen. Jackson's day, and wa* ar) celebrated Wednesday night. Th* celebration wa* also for the lieneflt of tbs Ladies' Hermitage aw**-tat ion which ba* made a Mecca of the general’s home at Nashville, Tara. On the front edge of the platform stood the desk on which President Jackson signed the message that vetoed the banking hill aud created a greater political disturlance titan ever followed any other presidential message. Near the desk wa* a mahogany tabla tm which Gar. Jackson wrote hi* letter accepting his election as president of the United Htate* in D6J8. Flags and tanners drapped Ute stage, hut otherwise tile hfiUHe was as unostentatious in its decorations as the famous old warrior was in personal adromnent. Prominent People Present* On the platform were ex Senator Doolittle, Judges G realm in, TuthUl, and ITendbr-gast. It. J, Smith, J. Shay ne, 1 x Judge Barnum, A. T. Ewing, ami the speakers of the evening. Tim First Infantry land filled the air with J sprint ic melodies while the people wen* c« ailing. Henry C. Mitchell welcomed the audient* with an address and Ute Lotus quartette entertained it with some excellent songs. Die Ibm. J. Proctor Knott, of Kentucky, the orator of the evening, was then intr-lured, and dalivarsd an eloquent eulogy on the hero of New (lr lean* The H on. Benjamin Patton was intro-duoeil as the lifelong friend of Gen, Jackson. Mr. Batten was a very tall, large framed old gentleman He gave some rennin (seances of Andrew Jackson. Rvmtnlseewees of Jackson. It was my godd fortune in my young manhood to enjoy the regard and good friendship of this great man," said Mr Patton. “He gave me my first, best start in Ute, and in the line of my profession. The influence of his example has walked ilks a faithful sentinel by my side through life. “About the tine* of oont pint lug my college course my fattier gave me enough money to go to Washington to see President Jackson Inaugurated. In going to the capitol to bi* instal lo I be did not go in a gilded carriage, attended by outriders and servants in livery. He did not ride at all. He walked, moat of the tim* bareheaded. There was a large assemblage of (an pie to see the stern rid fat riot and hear his inaugural add rosa It was as quiet and simple, almost, a* a meeting in a country church. Yet it was grand In it* simplicity. It was an occasion •f which the country might well be proud. Webster’s Attack aa the A J bi in Ut ration. “Bul if the event a as of great simplicity the oath be took was carried oat with fidelity. The rights of all the ] ski pl* wore guarded w ith renlout carn. My duties often called me to Washington, and coe morning I found myself fantod with tbs old bern Waister1* s)leech bad just been jointed In the newspapers. It was a terrific attack on Jack ron*E administration. Bs got ms to road it aloud for him while he sat in front of tile fireplace and smoked his pipe. Ila did not in terr u pf me but once. Then ha said: “I wouldn't can- what the fellow said if tufd stick to tic 1 rn lh.’ He was not disturbed by what was -aid rn that masterly effort. He had fa«c<) greater I aug era Pat aa Lad to a Censplreey. “When he said th* ‘Union must and shall be preaerved,’ tilers was a party plotting against the government The utterance of tim*# words was equivalent to swot 1 Is taping from their scabbard*. Nothing further was ever beard of the am ■piracy. "Shortly after that I dined with him at the White House. I felt the honor of sitting at the table of a man whose fame was world wide, bul I also anticipated meeting a Uauttfui young lady, a uianilier of th* pree-1 den tis! household, whmn I had met at th* Hermitage on the lean lf al Cumberland river.    Th# table was not k> us meta la It was a hum I de feast ouch as a prosperous farmer might have est on hie table    As I remember,    bs    Invoked    the divine    blessing before proceeding with    th* meal    I Hi ring the meal    an    inuidant    ae* curred    that embarrassed    me,    and I shall never forget the gentle tact with which be 1 came to my relief Th# Note Was Paid. “Hie will was iudoniltaliie. and he seldom erred bi lits Judgments. Where justice sad [ truth wore at otic side be knew no such word ! as compromise. He not ouly maintained th# strictest integrity In his own affaire, hat with all with whom he cam# in contact, j (\trrui-thsn did not dare show its little fin Pennsylvania, was slicked pr. - loot of the Nation ii Jade*rn club, end among the vtoe president* ars Puwitt C. Gregier, mayor of Chicago, and Jot. 8. Johnson, of Alabama Observance rise a liers. Portland, Jan. IO.—Tho Falmouth elub celebrated Jackson day by a dinner at which W. L. Tut nam aud other prominent Democrats spoke. I .otters of regret were road frcm Graver Cleveland and other leading members of Us* party. Mobile. Alw. Jan. ii.—Jackson day was celebrated bere by a brilliant street display of the Order of Druid*. There were seven floats, illustrating episodes in the history of the country. IOWA AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. Report of the Aerretary—Resolutions Introduced. Dbh Moines, Iowa, rn. IO.—The annual meeting of the Htate Agricultural society wa* held here W>dnenday. The report of the secretary, John R. Shafer, of Des Moines, wa* exceedingly voluminoux According to hi* estimates the state produced in UMH 828,-t/TfiJJtJU tai she kl of ooh), *7,870, od I of wheat, 118,Md,OUO of oats and 81 .Wk, ti* of potato** The average yield per acre was: Corn, 41 bufdwls; wheat, I'D*'bushel*, oat*. 42 bushel*; rye, 18; barley, IO; potable* HSJ. Ctiirwgu for the World’s Fair Bite. A resolution in favor of Chicago as the site for the world’s fair in BMJ was carried with cheer*. L. H Coffin, of Fort Dodge, who wa* for a long tim* a member of the state hoard of railroad commissioners, sue oeeded in getting a rennin lion |>nssed a*kbig for a state law com|ielling railroad companies to UM< automatic (xiuplers, but his resolution asking for legislation against Hunday trains met with so much up] smit Ion that It was withdrawn to save it from defeat ti ants an Investlgatloa. The following is “Tama’' Jim Wilson's resolution, which was paesed: K. nolv«*l, That tin- Htate Agricultural society of the state of Iowa hereby petitions til* senator* and rvpresentatD os in congress to hsetrn the fullest inquiries into the lieef trust, and to enact sui ti laws a* will stop rebates on put way*, favorit sni by tar < -un pant#* and punishment of all parties combined tog, titer to po-van 1 fret) c-oui|wtltion la tide great farm product.    ___ Killed by Falling Walls. Brooklyn, n. y., Jan. la—About 4.:c o’clock Th ar alay morning the rear wall of the Throiip Aveuue Presbv terian church, w hich wa* in course of erartinn and which had reached a height of thirty-five feet, was blown down by the high adod. The wall, which was sixteen-niche* thick, fell on the two-story frame boun* of Mrs. bar ah Mott, ber widowed daughter. Mrs Purdy with her two <laughters, aged id and Id, and a eon aged 14 year* and a boarder named Diehard Pooh*. AU of three fwrwun* were baned under the [die of brick*, wood and other debris. The fire department was called oat sr*! they, with th<> assktsmo* of the polk;* suo-0*0tad in rescuing alive all bat David and Mary Purdy, who were dead when taken oat. The rescued persons sustained serious tujur it*    _______ nabbed of Her Mosey. Cincinnati, Jan. Id—Mr* L K. Slatier, a missionary evangelist, who has recently txw-n engaged at Knoxville, Twin.. stopped Tuesday night at the Crawford House, is this city, on ber way to Defiance, Ohio, whither she wa* going with 92150 to }>ay ■ mortgage ob her boma*cad. When sh* returned to her room Tuesday night after sup-|mv she b*ond a man in the room, who ira mediately chloroformed her, and, obtaining Ilia money, --ca J md. The theft was not reported uatU Wednesday, Hhe had placed th* money under ber pillow and left bor room unlocked. Fried Homily at lad ianapolia. InujaNapoijr, Jan. IO.—At 8 o’clock Friday moraine fire broke out hi the West Indianapolis hotniny milk and at 4 o'clock th* immense building, covering* quarter of an acre, was a mass of ruins. The min was one of the ftj>eet and largest In the country It wa* tailt by Hall A Lilly, but Mr C. Cl Hall wa* the sole owner mf the plant at the time cf tis destruction- The loss th him is particularly severe at this time, as the rn (ll was running on full tim* to catch ap with orders, which hare bet® unusually hoary. loft,Ult) I The I nm a 97(1,000; the insurance #46,000 KING ALFONZO DYING. Spain’s Infant Monarch Near ing His End. THE PHYSICIANS HAVE NO HOPE Primo Minister Nasasta at the lledslde ol th# Dying King Awaiting the Fad—Al though Not Gull* 4 Years Old He Bet •teen King of Npatn Mac# th# Day ot His HIrth—Foreign News Notes of Gen erat Inferno. Madrid, Jan. IO.—The illness of the in fast king ha* assumed a meet alarming phase. During the night he had convulsion* and high fever and k now extremely weak. The royal physician* have little, lf any, ipu* TU gwr. You may remember an incident of a government employe refusing to pay hts board bill He gave bis note and refused In pay it Tbs woman to whom be gat'# it I took it to Gen. Jackson and explained the cause of her trouble. He wrote his name acron* the note. ‘Hhow that to him/ he said ‘lf he does not pay it, come back to ma Of course th# note w a* paid. A Favorite of the Yodle*. “Two nolik and refined Rnglish ladies who silent some time as inmates of the White House could not find words to express their admiration for the gentle manners and po-; Ute courtesy shown them by the old hero j The honors 4wvn him by th# ladies of New . Orisaa* were euougb to make him a gentle-man lf he had not lawn one. “Th# United Blate* hank had (mn carry big matters with a high hand, and it was 1 making long strut#* toward overthrowing th* government. But ite |iath him bot it wasn't long liefer* the told were term i an i tin- (• rum#* of many of its f( Honers tw1 l urtsl in its ruins,” Can Not Get Over That right, Jackmon, Mb*., Jan. IO.—Tbs governor’s message was read to the legislature Wednesday It cocdetu* die carrying of concealed weapons and recnmmends stronger la ars to remedy the evil Reference k made lo the Hullivan-KJlraln fight and disapproval of such ama as were coacted at Purvis last July k cl pressed The stat# finance* are in loaded with peso- | creditable shape. Governor I a) wary denounces aa stander)>us chargee reflecting upon elections held in MimJsaippl dor# I aal. More Land fur Bettlea»#aL Hriix*xx Faux, Wash., Jan la -A eua-fereooe between Coeur d'Alene Indians and (dBour* of th* government was held at Dee-met Mission, resulting ta the signing of a treaty bv which 820.DOO acne of th* most valuable'lands of the <Vwur d’Alene resarva-tioa was conveyed to the railed Hts tee. For several months boomers have besa camping on the borders id the reserve reedy to move on se soon a* the treaty should bs signed. Billed at rn Greasing. HaBTLAND. Wk, Jon la—The 8*. Baal train which left (taeoamowoc at SJR Wednesday evening struck a horse and wagon et a crossing near Nashotah station, killing < Hat Johnson and fatally injuring bk wife, who died aliout an hour after the ac-oident. The boree we* also kilted. Th* | rrneeing k a bad one, and tbs unfortunate people were un* I ta to bear of as# th* a|# proarhlng train owing to their muffled up condition. _ Ae Old Hand at th* Mwatnesa. Newark N J., Jan. IO—Mr* Henrietta Bellair horerwhipped Jean Puwkt, a haMrv of Mulberry street Wednesday afternoon. Hhe dealt him half a ing. “I *U teach you not to Insult a£ lady. Poach* brob# awny and the woman l*kur#ly walked off. Hhe tefused to gtv* sn ex plane-was formerly TNB INFANT KINO ON SF AIN •ope of hk recovery At 2 o’clock Tbura 9ay morning it seemed as though be was teed, but be subsequently rallied Manor fiagaata, th# prim# minister, has been sum monad to th# paine#, wher# b# k awaUUig th* end. Alfonso XIII , kbig of Mpaiu, t» the pusthumom son of Alfonso Xii. Rf was born Bay 17, Iwet, and k th#r#f<*> •bout 8 years and 8 months old H# wa* proclaimed king on the day of his birth, bk mother being made queen regent. FOREIGN MISCELLANY. Portugal's Dispute with FeglatnL Lihhon, Jan. la—Th# Din, an official pa l*#r, has a firm article on th# subject cd Portugal’!, dis) rn ta with England It aay» that th* Portuguese government, whit* willing to negotiate in order to arrive at • proper understanding, will never couipro inis# it* authority in Africa by retina* from the Whir* district, and that lf the I ama 'Ion press insist# on this it k with th# wk! to fish in muddy waters for a pretext to 00 copy th# o. met Th# Dict conclude* by staY Ing that if forced to th* extreme limit# ol conciliation. Portugal will invoke an international convention on th# question. ■Compress Angusta's Drath lied. Berlin, Jan la—Th* K#ich*aiu#ig#r de-scribes the lost hours of the ciuprass. Tbs grand duchess of Bad>*i, It says, did not kart the h#d-»dcte from Monday night until tbs death. Augusta, recognising her at a late bour, mmol surprtecd to see her, end said “(ta# guts kind.” Kb# welcomed this emperor and etnpc**- upon their arrival, bHckcned the phi j**ror to her, aud -ald to him, the words being scarcely audible, “I may not kiss the* to-day, because of infection.” Celllalon oa the Deep. London, Jan. UL—Tile Bristol Un* "teamer I.landaff City, from H»ansae. which had put hack to jmrt damagei! by heavy weather, ami bad again sailed for Hew York, was in collkion Wednesday night with the steamer Vlnmt and muk near Bristol. The crew af twenty-eeveo men arni Cant (far* were eaved and landed at Bristol Th# Virent was badly damaged, but rwnaIliad afloat Th# Handoff City carried a valuable cargo. Parnell Makes a Denial. London, Jan. IO.—Parnell, In reply to th* vote of th# Finnish)wn Insni expnMUng ixmfiddle# m the ability of ( aid. O Htisa to KU.tain charge* against him tParnelb, mye; “Th# aotiun >4 the board may tm more advantageously met with the timidly weapon (4 rfiout contempt Tkk I intend, while UG tarty aud entirely denying all cull«el>lilly." Fin aa #w* Worry Frauds Joseph. Vienna, Jan. IO -At the mxmt court dinner tile Kiuperor Franck Joseph remarked that tile financial caditiua uI Kunipe nanewl him more anxtety that the potttiraJ ti tim th hi This stated ion I, together with rtnsn that th# nm}mr(V favors a modification ut the protectionkt policy of Austria, ——-Hume uneaelness on the hours*. Bacitesaeat at XaaaJtNsv. LOSSON, Jan. la—A dispatch frum JUiud-tar state# that there is much excitement and conjecture tb»r« over th# ninstant arrivals of Hritieh men-of -war The Brttkh fleet now in those waters k said to be the larged ever ■stem bled. The (Tevelaad street Hr ae de L London, Jan. IO.—In the Newton trial Thursday Bight, on* of the boy* who frequented the club bouse in t 'leveland street, made a coof east' >n oorrota vat tug th# steriee of iuuuorahUee pied cod th# rn A Ona* Famous Tenor Dead. Madrid, Jan la- Th# tsuor Nonooai k dead He was once famous and wealthy, Ult died is extreme poverty. tine. Mb* was f( innerly a captain of the it met with a lion iii Halvati-*n Army, and gained notoriety un In IU wrath It undertook to . ruah I two occasions kist year by horsewhipping men. THE DAY AT NASHVILLE. High Mater la Indiana. J a-pen Iud. .Jan. IO.—Th# PauAa river bas risen at an alarming rat# during th# (aet twenty-four hours A tract of country twenty mike long by thro# to four mike Bride i« inundated. Th# Jasper f-mnch of th# air Hue k nverllowrd bad ween her* and Hunt tag ta rg. Two hotels, several nulls, and a large a urn l«r of dwelling bouses ar* surrounded by water. The Ohl* Henalorshtp. Coli*NNY a, Jan. Id—Unusual interut k iteeea Mows, exclaim- ( manifested in th# wmatorial ouuUwt, and the lines arc boing rheady drawn, apparxmtly without Buy chang! in the ntuatioo. lh# bote I lobbies are filled sad til* candidates are moving aU.ut among th. tnaneM. Th#rs is a report that Thomas srtli try and (bhd bine on Cl W Baker, of < To, innate, tat thk up| at- ut ly (Visa not alarm th* Brios manager*, as they say they have enough vote* to I#siicu*ta- their man un lh* se.- ti l ballot again.! alt combination). A RARE INVESTMENT. One Hundred Acres Of Land, Adjoining Upper Alton, wit Ii I Iou ne containing lo rooms, Barn, aud other oiitlioiiHCH. Will be sold for little more than mortgage now upon the place. Sale Must be all Cash. I'urhtt lie*iring to intmt in Jan* I ar* I* camtot <to ?«ttvr than Hnf'guft lint />rop#rfy, on* of Iht thruput* > ti stv-r ojf> ri ti arf-uml Alton. IHF /V rjVrt 7We. •■F 1‘rofntrty will and must told. DORSEY & MAND 310 BELLE STREET. EVERYTHING NEW. OUR STOCK OF- Carpets, Oilcloths, Linoleums, Rugs, CURTAINS ami CUR TAIN FIXTURES, I" I . _ po* nompletc and on cxhlbitlan la ear s.ilesrxaima is i> THE LAKORHT, HANDGOMBHT ANI) MONT ATTHAfTTIVK AKSOmiuint OF GOODE Of THU) UNB KVF It IIROUGirr TO ALT?^^ ..... will do you good to lunk it over whether you buy or not Hut th# astr* r«»'"’»»f'tetb*t wdoeot bol #/# you car* ' BRUSSF.Ti? i,u ,7Uk,n u Particularly inviting The f; Z?. ,1    Tapestry    arc    ta    inttrul    anil    artist    ic.    Ttic telte. .ran*P' ^•#!«- <'WH "o Wilt* as. ST.',;."? ART SOTT ARES , CURTAlJfH amt’cUkCAl* larger _    __ fine*juid’*’ Hlack Hear’ man L t LA tTlteand LIS' ilk I ti - In great v urtety. A. J. HOWELL: fig CfiTk TOD DUDS Ako Sim I HAVE NCh’KK.SITATION IN RKOOMMENDING "illlll !* anil Railes THEIR HIGH REPITATION FOR DURABILITY, ECONOMY OF FUEL, CONVENIENCE, ARTISTIC FINISH STAMPS THEM AS THE Best in the World. ll is the constant Bim of tilt manufacturer ta make Ult v«ry Best Slav* that •an be produced. THET AUK UNRIVALED. Swld only by A. L. FLOSS' ThM Street, opp. Belle. Telephone 22. Cold Weather Calls for Warmer Clothing. And so I would slate to those in Need to Call and Examine my Stock of Men ear. • Blairs. Comforts. Cloaks, SlwU FISI*! Sk'rts. Fe I- Ferssaueat DrgaaisallMi st Iks National JM< Ka-ill ( loI). Nahhvdlk, Tenn , Jan IO - Ja> k*« day j was c#! brat..I in Nashville by a grand pro- J (yareii h, 11# morning, and th. di livery of an addm# and j #rmati#iit organisation of the National Jackson club at th# -tHt# capitol A hanqti t iii hi nor of th Firs* rngtmeat '    Kl eater ti Usa* ti#n»Mi inat#d. Nstlmsi Guard, Htate of Tatnwe, was Anna POLM, MA, JBR. la —'Th* Democrat-flveo la Hie afternoon by J ere Baxter, and j to rausus Thursday raaomiuatod I’luted at night a historic costume rw eptioa took Htate* s.-nator E. K ti'dam to hiioceed him ptaoe at tlic Maxw-iJ house, uud-i th* atte- self Th# moo# of Governor Jack mm was plow of the Ladies’ Hermitage eaeoctatlun, not prwvnted, aud Mr. Wikun was noinix-dosed the exerctesa. Col A. IL McClure, of ated by acclamation. ISktppaMl ti Uh th# ( ash. Catcall*), Jan. IO —Louis Y HeovUk, secretary and attorney of th# Chkagw City Hav tugs ami I»an asportation, k mksdng, and with him ate.ut ffl iiw Is-liinguig to .h# sod-sty. Thcr# it git#! ria-, i. for Isilieving that firm Ute Is now in Canada ti’III auhiult Is A rt>lI rat Iou. W OBY rn, Mom. Jan ta—Th* Imttev work on. aud th# I am aes have ag i#«d to submit tlisii (J I .put * about wages to th* state board of ai Utratiuu end abide by th* result, sud it ta Dow bi i#m| that ti)# trouUe will be set tied th us w,*h. And many o:hcr Lings which tend to maiie person Comfortable in Cold Weather. At Prices to Suit Everybody. TX Ll F Lehne, 133 Thiird st ;

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