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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - January 20, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH.  VOLUME  ALTON. ILL., MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY  1890.  *  nd  Tilt' lift; OF CONKLING.  A New Edition of the Book To Be Issued.  EVENTS IN THE STATESMAN'S LIFE,  WMrh  Dr. J. W. Enos’ Sanitarium,  ALTON, ILL.  DR. KNO, announce.    ta    .    toUln,    p^hMod    -or    U..  *  I •  TREATMENT OF JILL COMBLE gpfi  /BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL.  e*perieiMse during many year* baa convinced him that all diseaat ■ be managed more succe*Nfully in an inHtitution of thia kind, under tho  wiw    I t tha°n Sin!®* 1 *?!’ *2?  Wilh tHe Ud  ° f m " Rn "  not ,,thwr *  “r^of    or    dva    *" ■*' n by  “ < ’ d,c * 1  * dvlMr '  The position of the SANITARIUM in high, and the surrounding are free from all noxious influences. It is readily reached by the Heeond street horse  cars, and is near the Union Depot.  The building is larir«, and arrangements are as perfect «is is possible from I ZZ' .7’  * Fllctricitv- iJJ a /*i , | f 1t ry #" Ci ** n0t Vr ,,Cl     ®  re . q . uil ^ rnenU of 8uch 11 n  institution I tiamku.  ! l l I S ?    ’    0*jrgen    and its CMspoonds; Bat hs, Douches,  ( SSSiS Cursing, etc., are provided as may bo required by pa-Meats, to addition to such other treatment as may be deemed advisable.  A LARGE SOLARIUM  Her# Omit led la ta* first Edition, I# N Give* lo tKr Public la tho New nook— fnnkllng's fclnrow titer with •Gala# In (..rt K ro.., HI. Resignation frow. Iho Soaatr*. and HU Mysterious Lstrnngt-u.ent from President Arthur. New Yeah, Jan. HD. —Tho Evening Hub •sy» It i« understood that a now tuition of “I It# Ufo of Ronco*-(’onkliug" is to bo tatted a. wi.ii) a, j*M«lblc This k to U dom-, not so much to moat a demand for Du book as hi lunk” public certain im|iortant events In I oukliug's Ufo which wore omitted in tho Aret edition. Th.we event* are: First, his mu-• sinter with Mr. Blaine, when boti. nor# in «mb**r« of the lower bourn of coughs. ••con,I. his n i^nation from th* senate and third, his mysterious estrangement frtiJh tho lift-don* medial relations which had bwn sotehlfadMid 1-lw.on himself and Goa Arthur. Mr Alfred R Cockling, the auD.or of th*- book, has learned that Mr. Blaine would not only not object to a statement ut the hisSory of his unfortunate relations with Mr Ceekliag, but that he would be wholly satisfied if an aocurato and truthful and im perUal narration of his antagonism were po I dished. Mr. Blaine even contributed brough a frigid who wa. alw. a friend of Mr t •inkling, a statement to the effect that so far as he a as concemeii, the original roi-l-.oi. was cut! rely un|.r. -meditated  RP ..I i ijfcTtiyilillli f" r  He odd that he w as w ith a party of friends 1  S* In the lathes gall.-, y of tfc» bouw of repro-tentative* while Mr, Conk ling was making the speech which was personal bi himself.  H bea bt* went on the floor he exjmctod to reply in a apt**-I. that would occupy not more titan two ar Dirts* minutes, lait, having ba. fun. he was carried along further than Is* in-hun ie. I to go ami much further than be would hare gone ii. personally if the speed, hat b-**n the out. . ioe of deliberation. When It w.»s all over tie look.* I upon the whok. debate as .inly the heated utterance of tis* in.* ttent, P. he regarded by cither as the cutin ne of a giv»v*»r tak*> controversy upm •rn floor. He was amas*.! to hid, s.,i n .  ai ter ward, that he had wounded Mr. ('oakling mortally, and be was entirely wilbug. arni even intimated, to far a* - lf' nwptwt woo kl |« runt him to .lo so, his deair# to newt Mr. Conklin and make reuoncD ut ion. He f'nind, however, that mo thought of rwcuncUkstion wa* in Mr. Conklu.#'* naiad, and his friends who approached hun  IN MEMORY OF GARFIELD.  Arranging (or the Dedication of th* Memorial al < levelaud. Ohio.  < lkvclamo, Ohio, Jam UU. — A meeting of the 11* cu ti vc committee to urrange for the Indication of th# Garfield memorial on Decoration,Day was held Frklay, ox Fresh ient Rutherford B. Hayes. Amos Towns-•lid, (Jan. James Barnett, J. ii. Wade, J. B.  I ans .us aud J. IL Rhodes being present. A general discussion was had, and tbs conclusion nu. hed was that the serrlore should be beld on Decoration Day at # p. m «>n the memorial grounds Hpecial invitation* will to issued only to repro scutaDree of the idly, stat# and national government. A general invitation, however, la weued to all •"Idlers, Knights Templars, or other societies or organisations and ciPeens generally. The roil OI I the r< .panted Gen James Her ia*tt to Is- marshal of the procession and Gen. Ed Meyer to act as his chief of staff with power to urrangs all details.  Ear ret sea To Be HrteC.  It was suggested that the procession he organised in Vt ad# Lark In march to the memorial, thus saving a long walk aad expe-•iiting matt*-is Committees on flnanoe. rw-arptlw, and en tart am men t aid other aeon •ary committee* will be app* Aa ted by the eg* anent!vg committee from cKiauns of ttsve land, ae the trustees of the seen Hatton 4w- Mn ,, ‘A* Dw de. I leat ton shall be in the bauds of clusetis. The executive oommittee, of which Amus Tows send Is chairman, will have charge of the programme and exrfrtos* on Die memorial grounds. It is the Inten-Don tusk* the exercises brief, ae it will he un po**! bls to arrange to swat the crowds that will bs in attendance and would Iwsxswe wearisome  Bills for Public Buildings in the State of Illinois.  AMOUNT OF APPROPRIATIONS ASKED.  Tried to Murder His Brother,  Hoi'TH Hkni>, Ind., Jan. UU.—Thursday (vining at Mishawaka, four milt* from ber* Lewis Boul tried to murder his Th*  two  had resktod to  ther for years. Hereby J sea wto-’JJP. nod, aud the reparation affect. <1 Lewis ab •noah tliat b# determined to MR his tirother •ad himself When Jake visited him In the ev.ming Lewis shot at bis md injure him Jaha ran then went to mended  Fro bailli Itj That They Will He Cat Hewn by the Mwh-Conimltt#* ie Which They Will Be Referred- Funeral Services Over the Hemalas of the Late Walker Blaise - Preceeding* la the Boose -Reciprocity with Mexico.  VV ash isot* in CiTT, Jan. UU.—Bill* which have been introduced in the ho use for public buildings la Illinois have besa referred to subcommittees of the borne* on (tostidkw aud p*sd roads coosietlag of Mini tars Fast Wua, ken bush and Lewis. Tbs MUs appro (mate th* following sums:    At Aurora,  HOO RH); at Clucago, MW, 0(10; at Mtertlmr. •flO,nSB} Rich Island, gJIU.IJUU: Monmouth' I HJO. OOO, (tales burg. #?\o ii, SLW nod #75,  A RARE V  IKTVE8TMEIVT.  NO  Millions nf Money Wanted.  ITie ct un ii dt toe will bol*! a meeting early in th<* week, aftpr which a lulHxmsutbs will take up the I ll s which have l«eo as •ignril them end i hi luiped they wUl be re-is.rt**d to the bouse at an early day It Is 1>r*iha(>ic that the committer will cut down ennewhat the amrnmts prop.a«J In some ct Blea- Nils, as there has already been Intro Ju.v*d in the house mud** JOO public building MU* sppropriaiing #SU,0U0,0flb, and it would be cornu*tared Judn-hai# if not nee scale them down oonrtderatfly  ry to  brother, but did away, and Lewis • netgbl- r's bouw and de-  an traces, which was refused, ac OHI-into. I by th** contents of a shotgun. Lewis was not hit, and ame afterward put hi JHI lie bad a bearing Friday and was  GxiimI over bi the Mini of $»*), in default of w hich he was again placed in jail   F ° r  ^h H *p. h t"e“„ n t <1     ms.MgMwR.llltolSIIIL    111 ll. .to., I. provided. |££ssl*s££J M '  la thoroughly dhlly pc mo aal atUntioo.  examined by Dr. En on, and received hit  Now Q pen  POR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS.  rtter information addratt Or. ENOS at the SANITARIUM, comer of George and Third tit., Alton, III.  JULIUS H. RAIBLE.  Rectifier, Importer  AND WHOLESALE DEALER IN  WINES and LIQUORS  The moat Celebrated Brand* of KENTUCKY WHISKIES free and in bond  A SPECIALTY: IMPORTED  Cognac Brandied, Holland Gin, Inah and Scotch Whiskies, Cherry And Blackberry Juice, Port, Sherry, Bordeaux and Rhine Winos.  Jk    HEADQUARTERS  »tll kinds of Select California Wine* and Brandies in Casks, Kegs and (ome anil examine the Largest Stock of Fine Old Wines Liquors ever offered In this city, ami at  " ,u " ^Jingly Low and Cheap Prices.  >rom IO us#  Is delivered free of charge. Orders by moil will Mention. store and Offica tar. Fourth and Bellat#.,  ii Fourth at., between Belle and Piaaa.  receive  Ware-  any tender in Dial diruetloa.  Th# NsfosiJ Otulraioa.  Ho much, at least, the frieoda of Mr Maine will cie Im, is due bim, if an accurate ain! complete narraUou of this affair, which de-wlopad afterward into coomqiMnrow at mighty import both to Blain* and ConkUng ami to the BcjmMloan party, and which has Iudlr<> fly tingud the history of the era after th*< war, kl fina,  In regard to th*- >«onnd rim tori nu, the auth, yr w«jt t.» th# Hon. Thomas C. Plait, who was with Couklmg, oo# of th* principals in Du*! drams, and Mwuught him to tell for the toke of hwtory tie* truth im he knew it Mr PUD, while r callat ag the hkstoru-ai value of such na.ration, after prolonged ooneidara-tiou, dwiiaed himself to furnish it. But It. re ar. other persons wham knowledge of this affair either in whole or in port will rn-aide t is- author to tell the story accurately They have l» .-n asked to do so, and wane of them have oonsentwL  The Estrangement front Ar th ar.  The third chapter will treat of the tnvato-riou* estraugcilieut from Arthur. It is a1 f®o*Iy known that tiiu ai.m*. of the psmasl reeentoi. ut*, which Mr. ('oakling |.ermiUes1 hiri.sslf to harUir wa* a cause of sorrow ie him, and one of Do* deepest regret*, of his life was caused by the death of the ex-|.r.e. lent before the opportunity which Mr. Conkllag looked for, for a renewal of th. ir cordial frlcmlshlp had eecurrvd. Ta *M-eba(der will he given tome imfKirtan* roo-tn bu Mons to th** history of Gen. Arthur* administration. It will ta. shown both why and bow th* estrangement occurred. After •>*-»» Arthur had token in public the oath of ..fflcc of president, Henator Oawkling had two iatorvhwv with him. both of great kuigtli In both of which pvreuashm beanie heafesl argument and fncndlv re lad. u. were strainct by intolerance, aria at th* last of wIAI. them relations war* abwtlutsly broken, so far as Mr. ConkUng was <*m-cerned. ...  XI.. Weiser Urfrsilt* Appwratas.  I.RAV saw..HTM, Kau., Jan A -Acting iindur Instructions tram Ne. rotary Proctor Msj Gen Schofield rwdorad a hoard of Macers. Col. Nu rn uer sad Csp**. Whipps aud Knight, to convene at Wart Leavenwur b J 1 1 .day to test the Mdser defensive appar -«lus. The apparstus was devised by A A (i Md*, r, of EvsusvUle, lad, aud it is in-t«-i"l.*l to «hicki troops while in atti.m from lie- Are of th-* <-nemy's sn tall arms. Th* test wa* ph<.graphed and sent to Washington with a r, port of the trial. Tbs device »u. mbjsatod to a Are from Wtar- lustsr rifles had machine gun* at mu and YIU yard* and sh, ll* w.rw exploded in its vicinity to see what resist#tic* it would offer to fragment* of such projectiles  Funeral of walker Blaine.  The Ffei Men I earl All the Members el the MMsrl Attend.  VV Asimen vr»* i'm, Jan flu. -The rimers! Of Walker Blaine took place Hat unlay morn Dig.     ,,r, « h,  •«* Die air cool  A large number «a friends of the Blaine family, member* of ttisT    dorp*  sn,] people in official life ttiewLlh^'  fu ‘ •* r *^ A private funeral owvusajr wa* bhd otjh* home of Secretary Blaine, on lnfay ctto wjuar. at I0:SU a. rn Th* president and Mra Harrison, all th* muuts-rs of th# ualunet, K VV Raiford, sr vers I members of Die diplomatic corps and emus IntdHhte 'iien*ls of the family attende.1 the service*, •hicb werec.o.im ted by Rev. Dr Hamlin, ■odor of tile Church of the Covenant- At (Im- Oro.elusion of the private service* the to-siains were token to th* Church of the t ore-aoi.t, folk.Wed by the family and friends in carriage* After brisf m-vtote at the church th* remain* were conveyed to Oak View cemetery where th# iutorment took place.  One Hu ml r^i Acres Of l*and,  Adjoining Upper Alton, with IIOUMC  coiitainlnif IO roonn Barn, and other ou t lion .sos. Will bo Hold for little  more t hail mortgage now upon tho place.  Sale Must be all Gash.  I  \  “/’a riles daw rid ►Aim is sa mph*  to tm** I sn J arm fatter than taiwsft-• ital* thee property, one of the, cheap-V*# sour offered ammi Allan.  ' l\crjWt Title.  ' / 'ref tart >> ma ii ami must he said.  DORSEY & MANN  310 BELLE STREET.  EVERYTHING   OUR STOCK OF  lUk  Leehr He fused Hail.  BusuKxnofoa, Ilk. Jan. UU —la the nots supreme court Friday a mottoo to admit to bail Harry Loehr, of this city, sn denied Loehr wa* implwated in a scheme b» rob Un jay cr. of Bi<MwuiagUw by altertog the fax books and making overuhargea Led ctor, the tax ivUcctor for whom Loehr ess deputy, pleailtd guilty and has not yet been scutencwd l/whr s cnusfn, Leon L whr. aa other dejnity, wa* acquitted, while Harry It'd .me year In th# penitentiary. The cir cult court refused a n«w trisi, and, peodii g th# motion in the mijireme court for a ne* trial, L astir was amt to jalL The court decides that in such a case a prisoner can not give I«li. _  •Morn*'* WIEK! T tm* .. Well of,.! -lied as the lend i.g Ii .-tmtwd i.vv* i Am erica. Th# fairn.-t* of its « *  comments on t-urrcjjt js iiii.*# hee carne*! tot It th** respect and eoaOden. s of  {F«rDal readers, aas! toe variety and excel-IWP* •fits library ,-onteuU. wlmh Im-iud*  serial short stories Im the rn t Mild nu.vt IFNhf'•jfltor*. (It It f i I - i -. u*al of jMH.  eof iii — widest rang*- of im»u-» ami our  toe MtfldSt rang** ut tastes amt i.ur (Its. lh# ttRXKLf an til*maut* arc of i  toRritoHle varlet I. rntcresi. and value So  to morel to bring the hlg}ie»t or ^-r of artHtic Hbtritv to bear uih.i. tin, lllus  IM.  PER’S WEEKLY,  ILLrUTRATED.  PATENTS.  To any persons wishing to otiteln letters patent en new inventions, ImpruveiuesKs or „    , a*Mgns, I will execute drawings and »i>cctn  editorial catton* and n u* applications for Patent* consultation, In person or by letter, fre-  all tm-  Lucas Pfeifieuberger f   ALTON, ILL.  Ihtl.m »■ « /KH * ll Flit * R iFKB i Y "stag* fr •totes, <  I Vt.(un  #b)iit> to iM itr ujm.Ii  changeful j,11ase* of home and Of . Mexican rtunance, from a A. Janvier, am ui>i.<-ar rdl. I-to.  Lucas Pfelffeii berger  mm INMODIUAJLB.  PEK VK AU.  MELKI.T ,  H A" A/1 MC A/ A It................  TOL Xii l*K« »l*l .I  H *>o 4 nu * IO  t KU  ARCHITECT,  GENER A L SUPE KI NTENDENT AND MECHANICAL DRAUGHTSMAN  arnee   n  ce to all sniac rl ber# In tho I iii -L» en*.Ui. or Mexico.  Jie# <«f Mio tv im.*Lr M-gin with utot,#i for January of each year, to# I* mentioned, subecrlprions /.** ntotih,    - ,t nm,  V/’ -ae* of SAttrxM's WxxxLr for •mSMl  on 'Iliird it., one door went of Fioaa, Third Floor.  ,Uta«*t doth binding, will  J, pasta se i>ald, or l.y «-*|,r,-ss, dfSnd-d th# ' eight floes  rsis  i (pro' •oJlor  p**r volume', for 17 to  Oases tor each vidume. suitoble for  ll he sent by mall, post paid, un  J. SUTTER A SON,  DEALE Ka IM  KINK AND COMMON  Mould Im- mad ’ v |V«t<>fTH-«-- in aft, to avoifl chance of  FURNITURE.  mot to c,.|>> this adver ■baexpree* unit i >f iii# Addr,-*. 11 a ic I I U a  HS  A Full and  Complete Stock an Hand.  Alway#  I (.sa Ila far tory Sleeting*.  * hi** of UMH*' meetings took place at the Fifth Avesta# lintel ta this city and cad,*.! at davhrenk ta an unsatisfactory m**^.  to  both It wa# renewed in Washington, and after a five hours’ confer em-,, Mr Conkiiug ported from the president, hi* (mw and manner so visibly I* tray lug sager as to attract th# att. ii tom <»( Dx** wk. saw him un th* way to the depot Mr Arthur could aat be ladened to ven.uv* Ja<lge ILdtwtwun at ii time, all h*.ugh be tuUtuatnd to Mr. tomklmg that at a lat.r day. whet. be hail aecfwn-plbhvd th* Ara purpose that would mwtr.4 him in bu. adiuiuMtraDon, which was to gain the <im Od rn re of tiu* j»->j>1# and to allay the •.rvti.ee which I aul lab*ly arisen, Durn be would remove R. U»rU..n Mr. ConkUng w«a md *a tis tie I with |mwrastinati<ui. which ie- mu ariled aa Arthur s haoetbag fault, and thus liner two men who had Isswi dm,gad fnrttia. and who had cherished fur each Uh*# the strongest of attachments, were estranged.  Tor# I j, th# < emmlsslesi.  A year or so later Prmkleut Arthur proposed to remove Judge Kobrrleott. He ev*a went so far as to make out th* commission of bi* suedsss u-, and on# morning caused a telegraui to be sent to Marvell* W. i luoper snnouncing that hie uart# would I* sent to th# senate in nomination for the isdlertor-ship of th# port at .Hew turk. The executive secretary, Mr Prado*, was about to go to th# cap tut with this appointment when a lU-pui.lt' AO of great inductee called ok th* White House and demand si that Arthur toot!Id withhold th* appointment until he bod talked with him. Th* messenger was detain*,I, assi at th# end af on hoar Arthur, pale with ,-xciteniMOt and fxsstrolling his pamioa bf a visible effort, took the cnmmk-doo fhnn th* niipwaigw and tor* It up, What tau sci this change of mind will never be known, although th# argument is a mat tor at Winnie. *  Tm 4S» ss th# Osage.  Nxw Yung, Jan. 'JO Mr*. Hugh Mc-Cullooh Bood will soon make her appearance in amnic opera The announcement will ta OM quito a sensation all ovsr Indiana, wli**rv her family stand* high in the rn pohllraJ aiel huffiness us.rid, and la CID-.ago, where rite frequently visited wall-know a fan.iIi,* while she wa* still Mias Jee-sM- ilHi.ua Before her marriage Miss J«* Ne Hanna and her Aster, Mies Allow, were social .eadt-ro and balks In Port Wayne. Iud Her father held a high position in lh,' rwibuad world, aud her uncle, bay Use Hanna, was «qaaiiy prominent in poll Ck* as a Democratic leader  The Ballot-Bes Fevgery.  WxsnixopiM Cm, Jan. JO —Ex-Guv-cfiksr Fur aker reeutncd kis stabunent Iktar-day I of or# the boas* committee an the bal h A liox forgery onaw He began by raadhig rn I, tt.-r from kspr Mostly, iwcitkg th# t-, hni al qualtflcatloM ,jf a smoke uim, tor Th# wit!,-SS then told that he did nut set Wood after receiving the Walt*- 1 * totu-t un DI Ort. A when he appeared at ('olumtnQx Mid ask** for money to go to Washington so look up th#-battery deal.” Th# wittm* gsv* him #iw for the |mcp,wto Wood Mid th# publicstioos had got th# -gang" down un him, end that he wa* in fear of ektmee."  Carpets, Oilcloths,, Linoleums, &jm>  CURTAINS and CURTAIN FIXTURES  mw*»ww *    ooDQplFt# And on #xh!httl«n In ovr tMilFiPuoDii ll k  THE LARGKHT, II AN DHOM FST AND MONT ATTKAtTTIVl ASH0W  it     U ‘ H)L)ti ,  lN  THIS USE BYER BROUGHT TO ALTON.  en.. *    •‘♦‘JO    look It over wl.ether you buy or no* Hut tke stirsctle  priOe* so r<u« mat >l« that wed"# hi believe you can resist ti. cai Th#»  penoool  Meetprwelty with Meslem  Wssntmmm CWT, Jan ‘JO. — Keprwnta live Mills introduoed la the house Friday I un [.ruvjdlng for reciprocity am th* part of th# ('bifoil States with Maxims Th# IAU preside* that whenever Mexico snail permit all article* produced in th# United Ntat*to enter th,* ;*>rt# of Mexico free ,t duty. then a!! srtk-le. produced hi M#xI«n> shah he admitted free to this country. Then-is a prwvt#., that th* aet shad! not appl) to aby article up>>n which an internal rev. nu-tax is unpoMid by the lam it both , ouutrtsa  grew. ami ins prlc»-  Sr;*art'sott nVa^.r-K,rf.^lS™AI5Si5  ft ? 5. " r  -“-"A OU U Al (Lo Mock thff n  erat of DTT Cl <5 in Whit# j  Goat, Sheep sam Ami lilacs m-ar -NSin    KUllO*  OI,. ( blTllf and LlVci.l.i *— - - — ■ -Ct’KTAIh.H and i'dWAtr Ii  I,. I U iTllHaud Ll.VOI.bt MI In great variety.  A. J.  HOWELL;  wrrn to# iuds mo mw  raee$IO.iDTo|i)  IM# US ffWIKI  ars, ism !S,o--e«*v  Boamrn ry ii a^. ««•*  KvWsvsl | a  Ut*, frt.lon OBc*.  Wamiimrro* Orrr, Jan. » -0„a JUuai coa.nilsstotter of pension*. Fii tay rwc.an rn«t»,toil to fteeretary Noble th* recoorol ut Henry A Phi Hips, of Hew Torte, chief cf th# middle division, pension bureau Mr Hi!Hip* was one of Um employes at the „m«v w Iwwe petwhin w#» re-ratol during th# ad rn th 1st re ti, rn of Cur j «ra1 Tanner Ncvwrnl imntlu. ago be was asked by th# secretary ut the interior to resign, but failed to cutupiy with the fequreL  Weved hy a MewlbwadlasHl Hog.  PlTTwat'ltu, PO., Jan. JOI -A Newfoundland dug saved five lives in Allegheny City ai-sit I o'clock Haiurday morning. The dog bek«ignd to F. D. KMig. ana was as In a bouse to tin-rear of the H,.yl# Ismiusmi (•lock King wa* awakened by th# aiumai s tsuk.ng, sud I,*.king out of a window, bt-di.-i.vci,-d ti#- Boyle bulkiiiuf in flan Th touts Graham and wife, Mrs. Ritchey, and daughter, and Janitor ArufakTs wit* w ■ re gotten (Kit just in the #tok of »"im-TV .tog was the hero of Hoyle's block. TV toe* by th* Hr* wa* #1A,UU0 partly insured  fwwgrsss leash  W*euini*TOA‘Crrv, Jan JI —In the h,Kiw> Saturday Frank at Missouri infra,I kwI a bill local mg the work is fair at HL Louis ami cresting * corporation to carry on tv rn Keened to special oumwltt#. (J* ma urn of MaM.oof I Hucks the committee m veetigsting th* ballot box forgery. Was par* nnttcl to Bt during tV session of the b u*#.  After routir.v businaa* the house went mb. committee of the whole un the Oklahoma town alt* btu.  I lr feet sd la a Property lait.  Mi ss Ksi*, >lis. Mina., Jan. JU - McGweoty and his hrotVr were lief**led Friday in a suit involving pnqwrty valued at #AO,OUO. Bernard Cam died ut I Mb* John McGesnty was anpidntod administrator and mad# BrstMM toto of Cain's propsrty to Patrick Mrthwtijr, who soon reconveyed H in John McKtocttl) sad his brother Henry Judg Rea rvtwtoted a decision that thee# valse w#r# voki, and th* jruucrty will therefor* revert to hi.saU-th ('am and ti tore of Barnard Cain.  The Feria. UsUlwega  W aaa i s.M,a (Yrr, Jan. Al —A ^#ria| melding if th# a. nato cummittoe on Pacific rat if --ads Alas beld Haturday tuoruipg to Urien to AS orgun., ut by C. IV ti rn, i mg ton on th* Phrifli railroad funding bill. The  meta ton. at the rsMotnttt## were anxious to  attend tv funeral of Walker Blain* and so th# hearing was postponed to awn* .lay next wark, probably Friday.  gWoiidsj^i  I HAVE NOrHENITATION .IN RKCfOMMENDING  MaDd Stoves and Range  THEIR HIGH REPUTATION FOE  DURABILITY, ECONOMY OF FUEL, CONVENIENCE, ARTISTIC FINIS*  STT A M1HJ -TI 11.-VT to Tiro *  Best  STAMPS THEM* AS THE  in tHe World  ll is the constant #im of the manufacturer to. make tho very Slate that eau be produced. THET ARE UNRIVALED. 8oM unlr  two Sisters, the 'laugh  Little Meas# Owl af Jail.  faicaoo, Jan m^Johh Kuna#, I lucky no* of I he Croom suspects, whom tv jury award*-! three years laths peal ten Clary, was retoasw! from th# cmtnty jail Maturity iteming His reWaue was do# to th# efforts of Ism!* KjMteau the dim* rtmssuui .r.. n  gar, wV. hgaed Kuna# 1 - U«wk, and the Ifttk Der men, It. return tar the favor, will appear on eihlbitlrei at Efotoan * museum.  ll retort aa the Halt (more.  WaanisoTox I'm, Jan Ml-Th* report un the United Mutes sbmuior BaltUaurw was • Pui'li, Haiurday Th# trial baal ■tint#* that the v  (tovalo) md I  Thu. ffn loc ting trial expenaee and tiUM j sass in-« nill give the bu lid# re, tv Croiiia, ■ FMMdpkls, a aet preuitumaf about #h*,uuj.  A. L. FLOSS .  Tlii r d Street, opp. Belle. Telephone 22.     “     —         —  Cold Weather  •J aa Vc r-- .-ut tr«J mu rn egg angel* h- roe power of IO. dwiuctiiJL’ trial ku,-hw-. -.-I  Calls for Warmer Clothing. And so I would  lNN,  rah! ll  i  rvn  DOI Fail to Gin ut a Call Be* fore Purchasing.  OUK FUNN ITU KH HUOMb AKE OE  INN, CANK  LO? I. ARU  ItoMwiy  State Strt. oonosite Third.  ALTOS. ILL.  Heath at k.a-4 ob grease, ai. Apeer.  UvxTis'iooa, Po., Job. Nl. —Kb (Vt.greaw iuan It MiltDfl B)M#r died in New York city, Frkiay. He ha*! suffered from a nervous malady for over a year, bad last week beearn# partially parslya^l. It h learned that hi* iilttmx was caus* <1 by lead poisoning from .Iliaking eater which had stood u. toad pipes. Mr. Hpeer was ttt y tort old. He wa* •tooted to congress In Wlv ami rr Dried la  lim.  CesMlskrx Ut Wsi.sg* lh* Chivage dub.  Cup'aho, Jon. IM —Lhoris*  Ffi-lgy aft*ru»ff>a signed a player*' a attract tor three year*. He vtil hereafter ba the raptab. and manager of the ('bungo brotherhood t«am at a salary Ujntonng, it is said, on #>5,(MI per annum  Mig railer* at LaPart*. lad.  LaToutx, Iud., J aa JU -Julius Barnes It Ca, tv largest dry goods arui In th* city, have mad# an assignment tar the benefit of •betr cr.idiusr* and everything was turned Without rowerv« The tiaUlitUs are mid to be NO.il# and th.- emote #M,0n0. Mr. Bam#* has (wen engaged to tawltiew her. for thirty years The firm has the cliff d«..w of their eredltors, sad K ie krttove.1 that w-ra# arrangement will ba »^uto wt>«r» by the'-mam will be oontinuad.  PrartlesU Ald ai.,I Wympathy.  FmAsi an, Pa. Jan SIK —Thegreen glam hkwrer* have retort #10,000 to be sent to the eastern blowers who are <41 a strike. TV •astern eiMemtdtos will gtr# bonds for the sum. ttius making it only a Un which will ba repaid.  Iteath at Judge Lwngworth.  Cl kcia* ati Jan JU.—Judge Nicholas Long Mort ii a pr-an lo#, it ciruttn, died Hap urday mtwaing of pm-uatouia He toft prop-arty worth revere! mill iou* of dollar*.,  CW st ary Will ( estalaly Marry.  Pa XI*, Jon. Et —Mr and Mrs. de Navarro, of Hem Yurk, rahiud Friday congratulation* .« their son'- engagvoHEt Mary Attiereon. who is at Hen Ba (no with Dr. Hhephard’s (emily Mr A a too ie da Navarro is at th# sam# ptooe end ha* Iwen trav-sling with Miss Anderson's party for weeks.  state to those in Need to Call and Examine my Stock of  mar.  Is. Cleats,  Stalls, Flannel Stirls.  To Pill a Vacancy.  Hr hi son XLU, Ilia, Jam » -The governor bs* ap;-,luted C'hriatlan C. Kootoaat as pro-bat# ju-lg„ of Cook county to sucrwail th* toto Judge Knit-kerbouksr.  And many other things which tend to person Comfortable in Cold Weather. Prices to Spit Everybody.  make a At  IT*  X 1   Lehne   

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