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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - January 23, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH.  NO. UK) __  he Story of Her Trip Around the World.  MOST REMARKABLE TOUR ON RECORD.  Dr. J. W. Enos' Sanitarium  ALTON, ILL.  DB- ENOS announce.    “»  TREATMENT OF ALL CURABLE DISEASES  BOTH MEDICAL and SUKGICAL.  HI® experience during ninny yoars Ha® convinced him that all disease* can be managed more aucceMsfully in an institution of thla kind, under the constant aupervision of the physician, and with Hie aid of moan* not other-Wise at command, than when the patient* are noon by their medical adviser*  at intervals of several hour* or day*.  The position of the SA MWA RIHM is high, and the surrounding are free (rom all noxious influence*. It i* readily reached by the Second street hor**  cars, and is near the Union Depot.  The building is large, and arrangement* are aa perfeet aa in powibto from a knowledge of sanitary science and the requirement* of *uch an institution.  Electricity in all it* form*; Oxygen and it* compound*; Bath*, Douches, Massage, Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided a* may lie required by patient*, in addition to such other treatment a* may be deemed advisable.  A LAROE SOLARIUM  For Sun Bath* and exercise in cold and inclement weather, etc , la provided.  Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enow, and receive# Ins daily personal attention.  Now Open  FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS.  For further information addrest Or. ENOS at the SANITARIUM, corner of George and Third its., Alton, III.  With Na    bat a bachel amt liar  l*uch#U Hrll rule* with -Manor tho Oloba-Citrdlor I .oft Now York Traveling Fuat arar*— MI*. III.land Travel, la aa Oppuillc Dlmttna bul Mart. with Mi. fart un* at Uu.rnit.wa,  New York, Jon * - Nail to lily willed from Saw York Nov. 14. HK* w.nt by rail to I .notion, and then across tba Eng I lab •bairn*! from Dover to Colate, going from tiarilo Aumil, to mw J ulva Verna Hbe name back to Colate aud caught the regular Indian mail train through Krone* and Italy to Brindisi, on the tool of the boot of Italy. Than abe wiled arrow, the Modi terra naan to Port Haul, at the mouth <rf tba Mum canal. From thor* eh* «ai!«l through the annal ami down the Red wa to Aden un th* Arabian ooa»t, and them* through the Gulf (rf Adon and acrcaa tbs Indian ocean to Cm lorn bo, Ce) Ion. From Colombo ib* wont aerom the baa of Bengal to Kingsport un the Malay ionium.*, and from there through the China ma to Hang Kong un the Chine** ouost, from Hon* Kong through the Forte, we ohannel to Yokohama, on the eastern tide of Japan, and thence directly arn rn the Pacific to ben Francisco.  No Ilaggeg* bat a Marital.  Nellie Bly mad* th la mnsrald* tour with no other bnggagf than a mall hand Rachel Hbe left New York with but one gown, and that or ber barb. In the ta. bel wore nee mary '•hang** of clothing, av* ooptea of The New York World of that day, and £300 In Hank af England nota., bated— ber roil rood and steamer ticket, for the entire Joar-ney. Mi— Bly arrived at ('alate in am; time to take tto Brindisi mall train train, commonly calk'd the I adion mail, la one ait the famous trains of the world arrived at Brindle) on Ulm and took the •teamer Victoria of the Peninsular and Ur toitoi Urn from that point. Bite left Brio diet the mon rug of Nov. lift, crewed the Med tterraneen, and miter! through the Bu— canal, arriving at I—naila Nov XV. From lamaila her journey lay through the Heil  .lollii tv*.I*jr I Ikia., Who Murdered Hie (‘arent*, (IIv. ii th* Full tlmlt.  Des Moines, low*, Jan bl. - Judge Hoyt of th# Clayton dtetr.ct court h«. Ju>d paw*"' rnnt'-nce upon protahly the young#*! lits (  convict ever tent up in this country Hic name is John Wesley Elkins i.tvd the < ff> ti-* charged was that of th* lit ider of bb father lls also murdered hts mo'her at the , Ram* time. He wa* l..dlete*1 for RMH af feeIWR, but ss h.- jdradirf guilty lo th* flite th* other *or not triad I lie toy is only Pi | years old On the night of JalJ If hr shot his father with a rifle while be wa* »*to»-p, and seiseil a club which h* had placed cor-*vemently near ami heat hi* mother s heal to a jelly.  Hie First Story.  His infant muter, who was sleeping with  his parents, he carefully washed and <tr—a*d and took in the buggy with bim and tearted for bls grandfather’s He wa* stopped «w the way by neighbors and when tnb-rrefatod told a story af I minter by unknown parties He wa. not *»i*j«s*ted at first, tmt bin peculiarly cahu behavior led to his arrest a week after He confessed the crim*, and gave a* his motive that he had desired ta leave ham* and shift fdr himself, but his parents had objected. He pb<a.ted guilty of murder and w air given the full limit of th*, law  The Oklahoma Town Site try Bill Passed.  En-  CAPITAL CITY NEWS OF INTEREST.  A LETTER FROM TALMAGE.  Place. Secured  •tone. (rom  ■sc  IL Is Bb.-  Mufflers, Hats,  Gloves, Scarfs  AND Pins, Collars  and Cuffs.  AND THE BEHT BRAND OF  SILK UMBRELLAS,  At verv low prices,   OO TO—-  H.C. G. Moritz. 112 Third st.  JULIUS H. RAIBLE.  Rectifier, importer  AND WHOLESALE DEALER IN  WINES and LJQI t OR8  TU. most Celebrated Brand, of KENTUCKY WHISI*^ . and in bond  A SPECIALTY; IMPORTER  Cognac Brandies, Holland Gin, Irish and Scotch Whiskies, Cherry Blackberry Juice, Port, Sherry, Bordeaux and Klnoe Wines.  HEADQUARTERS  For all kind* of Select ( alifornia Winn and Brandies in <    ‘"    I  Bottle*. Come and examine the Largest sod Liquors ever offered In ibis city, sad  and  Stock of Fine Old Wine*  Through the Indian Oeeaa.  Actu—the Arabian Boa the Victoria sped with It. plucky little pose) ager, and arrived at Colombo, on the Island of iVylou, line. b. Her* The World’s gkibe-gintter left the Victoria to take another stesuner f««r Hung Kong. Hhe wa* two days ahead of ber itinerary. but wa. obliged to "pond ti**— two Jays la Ceylon. Dec. lb Nellie IUy, ofter po—lug through the .trait* of Matoaca, •a* atBtngapore. half-way round the world. Her eight days* ride through the Indian ocean carried her ov.-r the rtnut of cities burled for long iou tune* hen'«tl> its t< using floats Hhe nimolued in th* P. and 0 •teamer, which stopped at Bin gap ire only iesv|r oButigb to penult th* ‘mail* and tis oargo to be bandied, awl Dec. 'H, fhrl>t#ia» Eve. reached Hang Kong, on tin southwest oast of Chino. Hhe had ber Christmas din aer in the Chia*—* city.  Aero— th* Poets*-The first available mi— of tuaiupirta-ttou aero— the Factfk ocean wa. iii* fate Moonier Oceanic, of th* * icctdeqtte mid Or-1*otai lino This steamer woe scheduted to leave Hung Kung far flan Francisco Dec. ai. and that day N elite fly had* adieu to tto Celestial empire. Five days later she w at Yokohama. Ja[*n, * tore eh* arrived Joe I The lh—nile carri** (Thine— ami Japhnew* mall. to tto United bulies It bad to wait until Jon. I at Yokohama for lh# moil This mad* another Av# slays' delay. At daylight Tuesday the Oceanic arrived rn Hon Francium Neill* Sly bad nine boart th* sun .rf Mi- Biland, bat It Vied for a King tim*- a. th -ugh th* tetter v Id arrive in Pm* York Arte.    jjr”  MI— Bteload'* ’     A   Mi- Buiand loft IJjfpP York Nor. 14 on the New York Central and went by that road and the Late- 8hor* to (feiragn There sh* took the Northw.*#teru to G> the and thence aero— byth* Union aud central Faclfle roads to Hon Francisco From Hon Frauewcu she amply revaraad the trip of Ntulle lily. going to Yokohama, Hong Is— Btngapore, Colombo, A Un, Port Bald, aud Brtndtab Fun* BrindUi die tuuk Indian mall tram to Cal tee and ens—<d to Dov— Then sh* *«nt to Loadoo by train and en— rf Kngland lo Holly toad, took the larry ami— the Irish sea to Dublin, sought tbs Bothnia, which is a slew bat, all the fast buat* bring tak«n off fur th* * inter, at Qu—aetuwn, end sailed for New York, whish place she eau out r*a* b buff >r»* Tuee-slay M—i My te duo In New York Hatunlay.  Miss III)’* Houri Arrw— This C-aatry  Denver, Col, Jan *» —A dispatch to Faswager Agent Beiupte, rf tto i'm.in Pa cldc Tuesday night, state I 'hat Nellie My would arriveatTrmklad Thursday evening. rib.* wUI t tee a special train from Ti midad av. r the Unkai Pacific for Council Bluff* via  rkmsmr At Council Bluffs sh# go—Via the  (rom Htsterieal  for His Mew ( (lurch.  New Yoke, Jon. 18 —A letter we received Tuesday from Dr. Talatege, written at Damascus. "I will bring batne aith me " he writes, “for our new church a stone frusn th* river Jordan to be sculptured toto a bap I Urn til foot, and for the cinter st/m*- of (Air church a Mnn* from Mount Cavalry (I rolled It from the Hill Golgotha, or Pte«w of a Rkull, with my own ban.Is), and a stone from Mount Binal Th—* two will preach the tew and the gospel (mea .mr church wall long after oar Ups have teased to preach, lbs sum* from Mount Calvary will, if «tiun»e, he put on hip of the on* from Mount Kina!. I bring. alw. from Mars HUI, Athene, whore Fan! preached, a te<me for a pstpft table ’' On tto way to the Jordan be met an American quit*- as enthusiastically inn remed with the ■a cr* rf ne— (rf the loewMty — himself, and was baptised by Dr. Talmage In fits Biblical str um Dr Talmage expect* to preach to bis confr•*gatteifi to Brooklyn the Aret Bun day iii February. ll* wu| he given a pubic ret option oil the evening ot F#t» ll  Probability that Fs-Nenater (Handle K. Iii ne* M ill He Appointe* Heeorder of I leeds fur th* Dlstrlet #f rnluwihla— Th# ‘inltlinlsrkunt I on taste.* Wsrlles C'es* —Xww Itepurl# To He Submitted— lh* Annual Furl libations HUL VV ash ladron Ctrl, Jan. Ai—la the bouse Wednesday a nu—ber of bills were introit u<wd and referred. Bill wa* pa—Irf providing that the tora— of the .*1 recut and die trie coart* la Tex— shall bafta on the third Monday in May and the third Monday in Nokomis r of each yaar. (tenet* > hi lutkai ai pmpriaDng IJBO.flHi for th# nim s I (rf ot—ructions from the Mtonurl river bet we—i HI. Joseph and its mouth, wa* report'd leak with a sui—ituto reducing th# oppropi tattoo to tTft.iW) anti appropriating •7&,HUO for th* rem. o al arf .nog* from tto Columbia river, Oregon The sui—itut# w— agreed to amt th* Joint re* lutloti as amended passed The bon— then In commit ta* af the wh.de prtjceeded to the lootekrs Hon (rf the Oklahoma town rite entry MB Th# third section — amended and th* btu passed  Senate Froes nil aga.  In the senate Wednesday Chandler offered a resolution (which w,.nt over under objection) snthorixlng the lisnitgrattua eucnmit-u< tto two bourna to iaveMigato tto working of federal ami state Immigration laws and tto coo tracts mad* by the tory of th* treasury udder th*— lawk with Hate ooaunteteuB*. -to., also a r« so! at Iou which went over under ob>-ctJon) canim (to^afll^gWfhseal far Mb report « Totted States Martha! Burton concerning the ins treatment of Henry J. Fan* at AT—deen Mhw The a nato then resumed cuarideration (lf the IMI providing fora eenaus (rf farm mortgage*.  Th# biti tor the coitecttoii of stet istle* •tost farm mortgage* was Am) lf raterred bock to the •—us committee end the s-ueU going lo the slender p-H—l a na ml— of blite    ■...    rf  Hee. John Mr tweeny Deed.  WooeTEU. (Hilo, Jan. Et-—Hon John Mc-Bweeny, the mote prominent eriuuuel law-  Building Lots for Sale.  Corner Main and Drv (  150x120, for $500.  Eighth and Market, 60x120, - - - - $450.  Ninth and Market, 50x100, ----- $850.  Bluff 3treet, two lots, each for - - - $150.  Alton st-, bet. Fifth & Sixth, 60x120, $500.  Highland Paris..  One Hundred Lets ranging in size from fifty feet front , to one hundred feet and thirty front, all very deep. Prices from $50 to$500, on terms to suit purchasers.  One of the nicest residence plats in Alton,  Over IOO Houses and Lots in different parts of tho city. Call and see list.  u  EVERYTHING NEW.   OUR STOCK OF-  I or Hero steer et Deeds.  tv a sh I mm rn CW Jon * —It —em* »*> be anderstmrf that «x-8eaator Blanche K. Bruce will be appointed recorder of deed* for (br District of Columbia. Mr Bruce Is on* of a duF-u ag BHV# w—Ithy colored fneo  who live In Waahlogbio TtuW tto Arthur  Carpets, Oilcloths, Linoleums, Rugs,  CURTAINS and CUR TAIN FIXTURES,  ye, iii Ohio, died at bb hon*    ^    tonautetrstnw    to    mwrwgtetor .rf their—  11 o'clock Tuesday night, Gum acute m<lute Mr JCcHww-ny was born Deer Ruck—tar, K. Y., at-ot •* years age h*»  I an-ti to were froaa Imi.WaiWu, Ireland, awd  ate tied ie Rtark <.s.unty, ibis state, wtoti to was an lafaul The boy r*r« ivrd hte« b*i*4-tag et tto Western Hewn* •--liege end stud led law with Juba Hams in Cujcinoatl In Drift to came to this city ll# * as »ix to t in height, straight, i^werful. aud boil a Hob mi*I metedi. us wk*. H# swayed a Jury, and with mag ne'ic 11 <ju*0''«‘ mad* the nrnsf hopehw* cow* seem bright  Publicly Esso—mum teated.  Cm I mw A Faun, if la, Jan - An un usual occurrence took phsoe at ftt Mary s Catholic oh ar rte Hon lay. being th# public «xcoDtniuui<*ti<m of Chart— ltorg*,r»m. a wealthy logger, and his more w to—i to h— man tod The marriag* is forU'ldea bf th# chort b and state, but It was pc rf ut rued ta New Yr wk, wh-re such marriage* ar- tow fuL Tto anat toms f< i bade the «»ngr* g* to u. (rum bolding *«eial or huwns— rels goo-with th* ooupl* Berg. ran * deer— I rilfe, a most —tunable hull, was th# triter of th* Htt Fstber Goldarn tin of this pariah Tbh is the second eECommonicatk— that h— occurred in this city.  ary. flevetond reniuvgd Mm, and be then wi ut to torturing -elltog rn gr. at deal of motley. Bruce is a familiar flgwrc around the capital. He Isoo—votive In his vie wa, ami rn highly rvgwded by men af alt parts— Til* <*m*w of reCOHh r mad** Kr ed-ru k Ihteg-law rich Mr. Trotter, tto Beatuti muistte who wa* appointed by the I—t wlinini.tr*. Uon baa —Aioli IM),UOu a year out of it A tall Is mm before —(r—» making tto pool tit— a salaried one end filing the amount at  DUDO n year _________  Will Make Two Report*.  W a en i nut. iv City, Job *A— 1 Th# Bnittb-Jarinrte conteoled etoriluo caw* from tbs Fourth Wort Virginia district was dtoru-ed by th* full elecrino cummin** Wedm—lay flirty tin— were s*ri«-f»y drawn to the test vote awl It was ann .un-rf that two rep rte woald to made to the toto- the Ref-bllo-favoring Mr Binltk sad the D ok* rate Mr. Jackson It was *vid-H Mw* (A.-rn—(tag had teag 1—m un-ior way —cflitor* bad made ap their minds (WW. end — a toaeequ—* there sts Nit little talk. Mr Da too!] will prepare  By report favoring the seating (rf Mf A. a-! Mr Cri*t that <rf the minority. la favor of Mr Jackson retaining kb seat  Is now complete and on exultation In our (salesrooms It to    _  THE LARGENT, HANDSOMEST ANI) MOST ATT KAI TI VE ASSORTiMMTT OP OOOD8 IN THIS MNE EVER BROUGHT TO ALTON.  It will (lo you go.id hi look It over whether iou buy or not. hut the attractions are se *mw I and the urtcee so r.-.w.nal»h that we <l<» a o t believe you can r.*rist Hie- rho eat#* I af flnWatiPT OtWft Vvuon u panicMlarly ipvtting. Th* designs in teitn x. H sad BRUSSELS^ttpe.il) arc t.••dutiful arid arUteie. The Thin D A TMO mn, J?".  a moi ally «ttract|yc, and the laos” for i' 1 '*’ ,,,>n  ^dd# as lit (JIv A.Xit O ta snit an testee ar A T»rp Ct ATT A PPCl«r»' JUStwflalOfU n—rfea hi make a ream complete.  Alar ii sr ART SQUARLS I., k ll '.I,*., r TD TTH Cl III White U...MS  <uiat. "iieep Mgin and Black H«>*r **kln     —   MbCu iTlluad UtoNAtlUitli gntitftfirffl    BT AI ll • and « L lei ut MBWM.  RUGS, "  •A I.vs and i'a  /rn tt w wr    f 1 " "rn- tt wz-h -Yr *W* ■  As ti rn Jtxd VA/ ril M A Mm  UVE! rn Kilts IMO 8121ft  moo $10').’ re $75  THI ttCMOTteC  tm   T  f    ' ** ‘f**  at  Surprisingly Low and Cheap Prices.  All Goods delivered free of charge. Of*ier» by prompt kttention. 5Itore md Office cor. Fourth and houta on Fourth tt. f  between Belle and Plata.  mull will receive Belief*., Ware  J. SUTTER A SON,  DK ALK HS III  fine and common  FURN I TURE.  A Full and Completa Stock Alway! on Hand.  Do not Full to Give ut a Call Before Purchasing.  OUK FURS ITI’KR ROOMS AUK OM  State Strt. oooosite Third.  ALTON. ILL.  PATENTS.  designs, I win execute draylDE* and^s{mmth_ cations an.1 moE# applhw<’’El r?J All consultation, in person or by letter, rr—  Ctoaver. At Council Bluffs sto go—  N orth WH* tem to Chioago, whet# ska will take tto Michigan Central tor New York It Is —Id that she will be delayed about tea bour* st Trinidad._  lh# Sultan Htesrlsa » »**"•«  Com st aetie u p ut, Jon, Bi- - Th# uuaisur af ftuiKS, Agnp Pasha, ha* tot* directed by th* sultan to prep***     fr ’ c   1BKM)L Th# sultan ha* sgr—d ta a re lur tta® ranging from 1ft lo MO per cent in the salon— af slat* ntlteials and also ta ara dacttea of Bl ,d(W,OOO yaarly rn flMmwM <rf the imperial household. It is totovefi that tker# will to e deficit of Lt.iD'.UOO. The sultan desir— an exact stat« m*—t  Admitted te Hall.  pi avn*. Mi—-, Jon MU -Mukloon, Ctowry . T i Donovan gave bail lefef* th# coart b—a Turnday* Chari— Ru b, at whom place th* fight occurred, going on their •»*nd. They w.-rv at aer* re lr a—d ta appear tof'W* Ute conli for trial in June Th—r toft 1‘urvto Itocompany aith gllroin for New Urtoaos lh (ft|ri*Bisf, and will remain there a day and then ret urn direct tom—  A Hr ae tlfal We—ans Fall.  New Yohe, Jan OI -Mn George B. J,awa was si reigned In tto West Orang*  <N Y.) police coart! Tusuday nwinuug for drunken!—- Hto was found in to xjf ated in the *tr~t fnndfey night Her    »•  un* <rf tto lawt known nub leafs «tf Llewelly u Park, where the inventor. Thomas A Bd* e>e, Urea They have toro worried about eight years, and for Av# years lived happily. Tton Mrs J nine developed • pa-Km he strong drink ami *h«»w-l a furiuusly toelo'*. du|KAiti.to Bb*, was ‘tacejcry beautiful  I OS ta eg a Fro—In* ut In.item.a  Bot th BDD, lad. Jan *W Tto Hun Jutm Bronifleld, a prominent Deou« rst h i tto-m Indiana and no# of the first tner-oliauU of Buuth Bend, died l uwrfay after —Min at the ag* of ^ jwars Un was a lead mg Methodist, having been supHrmtendsut of that Munds* *>hool for over tufty yenra He was he many ymr* • trust*# of Arimry (now De Bouw) unlverrity He was twm  in Fayette county, resuteut of th— city  Bi tm , end hod heed • for ueerly silty years  pftaosd  James  I'Olend H-*) B  H A Oftogbllo, •bout f'Ai.ute). in  Lucas Pfeilfenbtrger,  Ai .TON. ILL.  A Failure In Oro*#Hee.  Co ll noes lad., Jan. 28 —Henry Brock-A Co , gt ooers and dealer* ie  t  it—se -ors, Tuesdrig oltocuted deads of touri OB their pr-m rtr tor W.OOO, motet? ta -ours att— -rf Columbus who bara U.dorwei for teem at the banka It is thought that a  Lucas Pfeiffenb.fger ARCHITFUT,  GENERAL 8UPERI STEN DEN T AND MECHANICAL DRAUGHTSMAN  Arrested tai Highway Rubbery. Bloom mar *, Ilia, Jan A —Frank Mr-Cractoto and Mot* Jan—*, sons of wealthy fSJW—TS of Ftoe-etrt HiH. »* ri * nfiwrtafi Wudniehisy HI or aing cb J^ged with Idgbway s I robbery D *• saki thof “told up* sod Odic* on Third st., one doorwcnft j^pbai a peddhr of flite) and a gold watch. of    Third    Floor.    j  Arrested far Hall Bobbery. BHIOOTUM. Mf la. Jan ‘A — Postmaster K Darling, of pine* was arrmted here Tuesday afternoon, charged with rubbing Ut. ms Ila For a long Urns mali matter bes to n naming tore and tlnally tto metric was in charge <rf Chief of Inspector* .Stuart, of Chicago, who Wien sue os-dei ut Auding the crimutsl Tto com pteigt up.m which th# deperttneat acted *n made by a man named Merry man. who hat often lute value I to melL  Fire el Lite*. Me  Utica. U»* . Jan Kl —Ffir* which started In Henley * grocery store Tutwday mere-mg (kwtroysd four storm, • saleuti so«i * herl-r sto p The principal losers are; II ? Hssett. F.OUU. to-mard A Co . PVUUO.JD  ll. Msddeo AV«*>; ^ W £ 11.10let.    »»d  ll,mn Tto total kite I*  -arsIRV, pi,OOH.    __  mate • Hog end Beld lh  BinuNti-roa. Iowa. Jan. JR.—Judge Ftolpa of the district cotirt Tumday sen n-iK-. d thru* colored indhideahi ta th* pen! Urn tier) st Fort Mattoon. The Arri, Jsme, Tracy ovm 70 year* old, ha.! Staten a t og and sold H B* ptoedw* guilty to tto okergs of grand larorny »«*i got eighteen sscnth*  a Level Heed Hee the Kaiser.  BOJO..*. Jon a-UmiCoI MMI »»« wmt#nc#d ta twprteunasteil in rn forum* for fortnight for erudftf to eddiera The refused to ojqwov# th* wuteooa because -it wa# uot suflUteotly ssvam It wa* therefore iri'T'S.ved ta Imprisonment for pro i,x int I- and tba •tapW'rf ^*5^^    ^  J,hp Medal*** Challrnges Jeebsoa.  Bam Ftificnro, Jan A-leesl ijmrtini  Llmlttog the Member of Hies J»• *#«*.  Vt ASHtittePiK frrr    Tbs    NII  which was passed by the wnate Tue-iey to promote th* # fileieney of tba etkjistad fore* of tto navy provides tbst tto number of person* a bu may Ut one Mine br eHJtstod rn tto navy, tnt .tiding *v.-ryhnd) steep* ntfU •hail not riroaed *,N» The ram Is of aavy shall be named by the secretary of th# navy, under tto *«re Hon of tto prsaldent. et cording ta tbs following nil. Ilattto ■kips shall to named sfh-r the states of tto Union, emta*r# alter tto et****, en*rimmed defen"# viomla sftei fivers, sod armored -test detents veswto after important •vents »r na im lonnevtel wuk tto kistary of the Unit'd riUWsfc  The tortl Heat teas MKL  WasniHOmE. Ort Jan M -Clan Hew-flckl addreeaad th# sutevimmittee on tert I firs I Ions of th# twas# spptaprinMons commit tee WrdiHwdey on the suimsl fortifi'Wtions Nil H* favureti the mauufiu tun of steel guns and thought that white tto bm*! af ct rs r -11 ieflt a uh them bod not teen #**rhed, th* teats war* r*tb"i f#v<*rrf Is to this ktud «rf gun He seemed #pi«nead ta the moan factors rf ••est mortars I hr nigh hi* at-torncy RfAs Hutrton Mr; Hunt of (to Sr aith Boston Iron »ork» srguml in heknif of cast mortar* wtoek be thought woo si j,rt>vs entirely »uooes#fui  Mw C—nriusiee Hsaeheg.  WaaMiM .TOM (TTT, Jan ’JR- Tto subcommittee rf tto world's fair lumndttae of th# h raft met Wednesday, and after a short •rwteo 4#- -l»rf to rep>rt to the full o»*o-iuRte< that they bod com* ta no comd us Kin.  Th* a oat* c> .niinttte* on qua lr.p-caoteu* mal has rwwivnl the »|i##< *. rf ( t-uiMwy I*s pnw AU of tto mm ar# new on Ate ■nil the rvwrtwltiec ‘ril* b*4d a meeting * hen *s, „atar ll—cork, wi,o has Jus* rsturned to tto (EJ, Shall caw them big ether  I HAYSKOeKBSrrAXION IN RECOMMENDING  Sillies aud Ranges  I*  im MHU )■  THEIR HIGH REPUTATION FOR  DURABILITY. ECONOMY OF FUEL, CONVENIENCE, ARTISTIC FINISH  OTA MPH THEM AH THE  Best xxi tile World.  ll it the constant aim of the maim fact urer fo make the very B«nt Stove that nan bn produced- TUEY ARK L'NRIN ALLI). Sold only My  A. Ll. FLOSS  Third Street, opp. Belle. Telephone ‘<13.  a  emperor  Duly •«• Steel Spcclsrlta WaftatKuro* (-’DV Jan A—J W Hag-lander, af Ne* York, appeared hafure lh* committee (te way* and mean. 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