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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - January 30, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH.  [)LUME 20.  ALTON. ILL., THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 80. 1800.  NO. 106  WWW* '  tap -i  SN DIO CIM SHOT.  Revengeful Work of an Intoxicated Farmer.  THE RE8ULT OF AN OLD GRUDGE.  r  . J. W. Enos' Sanitarium,  ALTON, ILL.  IR ENOS announce* that he ha* eatabliahed in a building purchased for the mw/    purpose    a    SANITARIUM    for    the  AND  AND THE BEST BRAND OF  SILK UMBKELLAS,  A.t very low prices,   OO TO-—  H. C. G. Moritz. 112 Third st.  rmitUti.,    ,    Man    m«    na*.    CWS  , /.ad vat. ti*,, u. .<k> r* Mart nm pis**. wit* lim*ll>ag «a*c(alHaa  ut rriT laiK. ir«    isis*    «w «*Jrrr#n* wm« Hlowit  I Ii KOT—aas. Hur.n )an. «Ntr»s«». III. iTh(* how— is rvllahiS-t  Landreth’s Grarden Seeds,  Iii Bulk, for 1890,  re now Ready for Market Gardeners  'nary and March are the months to LAWN GRASS. Try our own Mixture, containing all grasses to make a Beautiful Lawn.  J. A. Ryrie.  IL A. HOFFMANN,  ti a agents r< >i<  ll St.  Cook  Stoves  Am A (cd anil Highly Kvapvrtabl* Ohio Fanner and HU Wife Mio! Down In Thnlr Own lions* by an Old-Time Kiirniy—Two Men Who Went to Whip an Kdltor Get Hmlly neaten— Dl«gr*c*-lal Row In n Chicago Saloon.  London, Ohio, Jan. 80.-A terrible shooting affair occurred about one mile south of the city on the ML Hu rling pike Tuesday nijjht. Ktan*y Graham, a faraivr living in that neigldxirlHMMl, tieing alightly intoxi-rated, knocked at tl»e front dour of Hie farm bout* of William Wood house, age I A), a highly res|m>cted and well-to-do fanner, ami •tarnal* led his a j>| tear a nee. The ion came to the d<H>r, hut he ntill insisted on seeing Mr, W rax thous*.  Man anti Wife Nhnt Dunn.  The old man finally responded, attired in Ilia night dot hee, when Graham polled kk revolver ami fired Diur abota, two of which h*>k • fleet, and he fell to the floor. Mix VV oudkouae, an "'.humble old lady, rushed to the acana, and the intoxicated man dia-charged the fifth ball at her, which took effect in the right thigh. Ail old grudge had exist.*! between the parties for wane time. Graham was arrested.  and aaa w duly known. The only motive \  1  known for ilia mali act was to escape pnww-■miami on an in ii*Uncut tor bribary. ilia ca** I*—I to have l**n calid Thnunlay, and j a lien Ail Until* aria*. Tueeday morning the Ural thing he did aaa to put a Indict through hilt lirain.  Hashed Her Child to D< »lh.  Ti—UM, N. J., Jan. SO —A horrible of infantickle was I n night to light here Tuesday. The cruel mother la Jo Ila Craig, a 30-y ar-old colored girl, who ha* lieen em- * ployed for the lits! four months aa a domes , i tic at the home of Jomph Hauuum, a retired , and wealthy Quaker living on East Hanover j street. The girl a knowledge* thai th" child . was I if im alive, end n >t wanting it, *he took , it by tlie lindy and daahedits head against the licdpn*t, killing it instantly. TW woman was irnstei  Am laeew«l.ary*a Work.  Matt OO*, Ilia, Jam HU —Thomas Snodgrass's lam near Bradbury, ( umberbind county, was flr.fl by an iiwwndiary Monday  !  night and the building, containing Mi head I of bo rn.-I- 1,(100 bushels of com. leu too* of hay amt his farm implement*, was totally * •hat rn Ted The incendiary's tracks were •ecu leading from the scone and dill gent effort is betag made to capture him.  abort la Ills Accounts.  WHI HI—. Wis . Jai. 30.—The books of ex-Town Treaaurer William Harvman of this place w.ce examined by Expert* Roliert S hmidt of Wammu, and O. IL Vandercook of S|*eec.v, who found a shortage of flt.215. Hartman was held for trial at the next term of the circuit court.  niuLE ii  Speaker Reed Attempts Count a Quorum.  to  CRISP APPEALS TO REPUBLICANS,  BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL.  Hi* experience during many years ha* convinced him that all dieeaaea An be managed more Hucccnsfully in an institution of thin kind, under Ute Dilatant supervision of the physician, and witii the aid of mean* not other-riae at command, than when the patient* are MMM by their medioal ad viners i intervals of several hour* or days.  The position of the SANITARIUM is higjj, ami the surrounding are free >m all noxious influences. It is readily reached by the Second street horse I, and is near the Union Depot.  The building is large, and arrangement* are as perfect as is possible from I knowledge of sanitary science and the requirement* of such an institution.  Electricity in all its forms; Oxygen and its compounds; Baths, Douches, lan-.ige, Inhalation, Nursing, etc , are provided a* may is- requir'd by pa-lints, in addition to such other treatment as may lie deemed advisable.  A LARGE SOLARIUM  Dr Sun Baths and exercise in cold and inclement weather, etc., is provided.  Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and receives bls illy personal attention.  Now <3"Don.  FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS.  For further information addrest Dr. ENOS at the SANITARIUM, corner of George and Third its., Alton, III.  ufQers, Hats, Gloves, Scarfs  Pins, Collars and Cuffs,  [ii, eks Wit' ranted lo Last Five Years.  MEAl." GAUCH SE H TOY KH. Hoofing, Muttering, Hpoutma at Iamc  jandwly  THE EDITOR WAS IN.  Two frat# ( I ne I tm at I Attorney* Mwkv mu I ii for I ii im! r (nil.  Cincinnati, Jim. 3D,—In answer to rn ring at his bail about I p. rn. Dr. Culbertson opened the iloot of hi* office at IWW W«wt Hcventh *tre* t, admitting Walla*.' H. Bureh alai Mi moon M. Johnson, both armed with wiwkidwH and with fife in their ay aa Wltb-  0 it further delay they began to betatter the physician with tiieir whips. Hie resistance and their efforts created noise enough to bring I'"iii* Rot.-her, f.reman of The Lancet-Clink* printing department, to the rn woe, ami he and the doctor tog tiler managed to decorate tho young attorney* arith two aet* of black eyes, swelled u<wee and bloody mouth*.  ( lux of the Attack.  The anurre of the trouble lie* in an article publish-.I in tilt* week’* Lancet-Clinic, of which Cult .ort eon is editor, defending Dr. Bal m r adaunt a charge of malpractice prefer re. I by Burch and Johnaou a* counsel for one Mrs Ktalem Th* ai£ick logan by a reflation of the account of the KIsleta case in court The suit was for |10,(1(10 damages for sufferings alleged to have been endured by th" wowau I -.'cause of Dr. Palmer 1 * alleged malpractice, Dr ('uibertaon'* article ii.-at gave a card by Dr. Palmer * in which that gentleman explained why he Psf need to pay Burch and Johnson 11.(KIO In settlement of Mr*. Kisloiii's claim.  Dr. Painter at the Pole! of Death.  Dr. ('ultart*.rn concluded bis article by stigmat iring th- at '.ion of the attorney* a* S cilium*rn* attempt at blackmail and advocated a prosecution of them that would land them in the penitentiary. During Ute time the woman was ill and when th" mal-practice fat -ald to have occurred Dr Palmar, It ie alleged, was unconscious and at the point of .bath through an accident which Incapacitated him from practicing bis pro-fesakat for an "iitire year.  Kiel!lug Seen* la Court.  Os a* no* i, N. Y., Jeu. 30.—The caae of Edgar Pm ist against his wife, Mate J. Frost, for divorce, w bleb ha* brought forth many surprise here for a week past, developed another sensation Tuesday afternoon. John J. Lemon*, one of the counsel for the plaintiff, asked tile witness several questions as to the character of a sister of Deputy Kheriff tv J.  1 Mnqwry. The latter on hearing of this rushed into the cmirt-rooni and planted a heavy Mow rn the lawyer's face. Before th* astonished attendants could recover their wit* Dempsey walk cl out of the room —ut has not yet I men arrested. Tbs aase is boing tried befur* Justice (’bur. hill aud a jury, and, owing to Ute prominence of tie. par tow, in attracting much nttentiou. Detectives  j are searching for several missing witnesses.  Desperate Fight for a K. voltes, j ( SirAUO, Jan. DO. —INdie* Captain Helmet-I tier of the Central station shot and dangerously wounded Thomas Gibbons, a saloon keeper and a cousin of C*ioney “Th* Fox," in Vogelsang's saloon at tA’i Randolph street.  I The sh. siting was the result of ili-f.vding be-I tweuu the officer ami Gibbon* and Alderman McCormick. The tatter tried to provoke a quarrel with HchueUtar and failing ta thi* OI I de ais felled the captain to th* floor with a terrine Mow un th* right eya The two men then climbed aud fought savagely for some time, oach trying to gam (wwtwiiun of Kchuatttar’s involver 8 bust (tar Busily wr.wted iii «Mp« fr.<ra th* waiootikeejirr and shot hun in Hie via bilder  A ll. ! xmtali    HI* M'lf*.  NKW Binit an, Mass., Jan. SO.—Tuesday morning Cekiiplii* New retd, a Bohemian, while on her way from her home in Hawyer «tre> t to the mill where she was employed, WM shot by ber husband, John Naw-ratil, a Moravian, with whom she had not lived for several weeks, bs* ase of trouble al*.ut the asia of a house. Four shots wsn* fire.I, when th* woman's scream* attracted at tenth ai. ani the husband Aul toward the river, where he is by some supposed lo have committed suicide. Two bul let* took affect in th* woman’* breast, one in the kl im and one in the leg, and she is probably fatally wounded  Nulride of a A .Ming Girl.  Cannon Falls, Minn., Jan att— Edith McNeary, hardly 14 year* old, arose from bel Tuesday night, got a revolver in an other room, put in two • artrklges and went back to w her* she I oui been sleeping with two little st*tor*, who were both awake. She toll them to cover up tiieir head*, which they did Then *b*Vh"t herself iii the bead and fell dead. Kb* had bud charge of the bouse kind, ber mother * death, two years ago, ami It is supposed she beearn* deranged under her burden*.  —ere Tumble la It ar law Cwaalf.  Lexington, My., Jan. IO —There ts trouble iigam in Harlan county Circuit court opens herr in a week or two and the Sharp rifles, of Lexington, ara ordered to ba bi i in ii mas to march at a day's notioe. Tins comr y has caused the stat.* much trouble and < t (auue, and as a committee of the legislature bas bro ordered to investigate the cause, Die member* may take ad* witag* of the pro*-ne# of tho troops to mike their proposed visit.    _______  •suicide of a I rumliient Politician.  Dec ATV a, Ilia., Jan. *> -Davis Widianw oommltfwl sukktc at his home in Mount Zi«,n TWday by shooting himndf through the head. He was a prominent politician  Wholesale I'etseetwg.  Point Pl* aaa jct, W. Va, Jam. 30.—A family of eight |W4hm named Margrave, living several mike south id here, have twat (miaoued by a negro woman. Four of th* family are reported dead.  BAD FOR THE COMPANY.  Investigating the Cause ef th* Horror oa the Moaoa Rout*.  Indianapolis, Iud., Jan 80. - An Investigation bito the cause of the horror on th* Monon I .ranch of the Louiaeiikt, Mew Albany and Chicago railroad is la progress and the iud toe Ut ais ara that th* ton wing will ha a bed oar for the company. Th* road whore the accident oorurrad was ta poor condition, the broken ties too wing in many instances that th* wood had sn tinily rotted away from around the *f4k*s. thus allowing the rails to igiraad very easily. Go* of tile nuwt striking features of the affair was the complete!!.**, if th* .kwtruction of the trestle. Not a single hon moi Cal Umber was left ta position and many of tbs pile* ware spilt and bro ken  The Timbers llwdly Bulked.  The wonder of It, how#\ or, vanish d when an examination of tho piles was marie. Their  1  decayed condition arg* appalling. Near the ground soma of them w ere rotted until simply a oor* of sound timber remained Their tops were also decayed ta some instances so much that the shock of the wreck broke off chunks instead of siiliuterlng them as would I lave bti'ii expected, It mem* clear that the rotten old trestle was not the primary cause of the catastrophe, hut it is (seal hie, and very protable, that much of th* horror of the accident was due directly to th* wuak-mm* of the structure.  And Finally (toto the Floor to Reply to th* Argument* Advanced by Speaker Reed a* to th* Correctness nt His Course —Coming Meeting of Wosnsn iaffrwglsto—World's Fair Talk — Kali.mal Capital New* Notes.  Wa mu I NOTI in Crir, Jan. 8U - The house Wednesday passel a bill relieving the political disabilities of D. C. Month, of Texas; alan a UU creating three additional lead dis br lot* ta CuUirado. Haixeil called up the contested election case of Smith va Jackson from West Virginia. Crisp raised the question of cup side rat loo, and filibustering en-■Mi The Democrats generally refused to vaks, and made th* point of nu qaorum. Th* speaker, however, curated as present the 11ism bors refusing to vote, and declared a quorum present.  Fraaedeats quoted.  Th* bunas wa* bn in*. I lately in a great turmoil, but quiet was so ai restored, and th* speaker began a loug statement ta just. Ana-lion of his euuim The speaker quoted precedents to maintain th* correctness! at hM position, and bls remarks were Crum tim* to tim* applauded by the K'-pubtkmns, as for instance where he «|iplU*l to tbs minority the language of a record of the Mew York caae, which describer! Uke conduct as re-benious and revolutionary.  ■tonal# Proceedings.  The senate passed the bouse UU providing for lie* reissue of ourtiflcaUsi of service to those who served in the navy and marine corps who have lost their discharges, and aik.ph«t a reno tut iou calling on the secretary of the treasury for information aa to amounts due from southern states on Indian trust funds and direct tax of I WU Fry* pm* iud a memorial favoring government aid in erecting a structure at Philadelphia commem.truUv* of went* of the Amt century of national Bf* Mitchell addressed the ornate un tbs free coinage of sliver. At bito p. in. when Mitchull concluded bi* remarks, the senate went into ferret suasion. At Sits p rn. when the dmvi were re-opn>ed th* amate ad>wiraad.  Crisp (tote th* Ftowr.  Crisp apv mw led from the derision of the chair, amt Howell moved to table that motion. Crisp (Imwan.toil to he heard ta asteer to the speaker, bot toe lathe* recognised Howell liwdnad, whereupon Crisp <to-nouncsd hts conduct as unfair and unmanly. Ha appealed to tile fair ors* of th* ltfpalffic-ana and was dually given the flour, ytakltag fur a moment to Hatch of Mksaiurt, who •toted that hr was paired with Ruch well of Matsa'-bueetto. aud that (lie speahvr's action in m of ding him as atjseut under thew* ok. cumstanom was evidently fallacious aud wrong Lri«p then prorasdsd to make a reply to the speaker^ argument  Building Lots tor Sale.  Comer Main and Dry, 150x120, for $500.  Eighth and Market, 60x120, - - - - $450*  Ninth and Market, 50x100,.....$350.  Bluff Street, two lots, each for - - - $150.  Alton st', bet. Fifth dc Sixth, 60x120, $500. Highland Park.,  One Hundred Lots ranging in size from fifty feet front to one hundred feet and thirtylfront, 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.  Dorse? k Mw, SIO Belle street.  EVERYTHING NEW.   OUR STOCK OF-  WOMAN SUFFRAGISTS.  Carpets, Oilcloths, Linoleums, Rugs,  CURTAINS mid CURTAIN FIXTURES,  Is now compt eh* and op *xhlbtt!an In ear Aaiesr.Muns ll la  THE LARGENT, HAND80.WEHT AND MORT ATTRACTIVE AKriOfWMCNT OF OOOD8 IN THIS UNK EVER BROUGHT TO ALTON.  It will do you go-id to look It over w bother troy buy or not. Hut tbs aurar urns ar* se great and th* pi Ina m< reasonable thar we doe o* tall* v# you can resist them. Th* es taal to LID TTO Cl DIQ  ltil * ■•waon I* pariu’uim ly tnvittng Tti<> d.>sigas ta tats boOg sad D IkU OO uJLlO tapestry ,.r* fie,.-Mfu! tint artisil". IV TM/1U1TWO k™. bJsm sp*' iaii) hitni ti*", anil tbs runic* -h nar Hoe so add* a* 1 iv VJlfcAJJv O to salt al (•las. (mr APT QATT A D DO * r '  1  "St w ;i*t ar* n*cd<*d to muke a rwaig cass pleas, larger Alk I OU U A lVIjO »(.* k than ever of pTTflQ in VV hi to Mesa torn oat, s.'ic-p -kin niul^ Iiiuck Ii ar -km.    AU    VTO,  (iii. I Mriltaand Ll SGI,Kl M-in xrwnt varl"*F- OVSTAiMI) ind'c iflbr vtV Kicrvtg  Th#  Died af HI* Injuries.  Copr mux, Ohio, Jeu. 30 — Osorg# Yearling died here of injuries received from fire ta a very peculiar manner some days ago. He was a farmer, and was driving toto the city on a windy day when some sparks fell from his pipe ami, unnoticed, set fire to hie coat. He was driving against the wind, and that took the smote, to the rear, so ha was not apprised of bis danger until all th* cloth tag of th* upper part of his body burst into a flams ta the gals. A passer-by came to his rescue, but Yearling was frantic with pain and th* rescuer could do little with I him. He was terribly and fatally burned.  l ived To He 104 tears Old.  MraKK.tov, Mich, Jan SA—There died Tuesday morning at the Home of th* Friend toss ta thia cit?, in th* iviwoc of Horah Ann Gridley, one of the oldest individuals ta thia part of Michigan, lf not ta th* etato Mix Gridley baa king besa known to vin tors at that institution as on* of the characters of the place Hh»* was born ta North (Wolln* ta 1**6, and was at the tim* of her death IIM year* of age Mi* was twries married, being the mother of eleven children (Ow retained her mental fa. uRtoa up to the laid.  Th# Moats** DIMewltf.  Hkucma, Mont., Jan. MA—In the esaa to Thompson, Repuhlieaa, who claims a amt ta the legislature on a vtote smashing loiard certllk Ste. and Who appltod tot a mandamus to caup*! th* auditor lo ba. him a warrant for salary, the suprwut- curt has rw«»-itared a decision grout lug the writ to auuafa. Blue Tbs HapuUkwna (toke that this legal iam th# organisation to the bouse by tiw. Kepubluauis, but the Datnocrabs say that It has no such effect.  Victory tor th* Railways.  HH Bl tov villi, Iud, Jan. SU —Judge Bach nay Tuesday held that th* act i'assart by th* hurt legislature requiring all raUnawi ansu pankw ta this stout to put up taltatia boards  at ail stations aanouiiciag the lim to arrival and de,tartare of ail trains was unooastt-tutknnal. Hulls are pending here against th* Pennsylvania company for 11.'Kin, sad the Big F'xir for f-Ki.(kM) for failure to promptly comply with the Law  Held Robbery ta Vienna.  V’lXNNs, Jan ab—A bold robbery k re ported by th* polka to this city at th* Mkt of a navigation company While th* cashier to tbs company was busy at hhritask with his accounts the thieve, walked ta and on* of the*) engaged the .walker ta ounveivalifiR, Another suddenly dashed a quantity of pepper Into the cashier’s eyas awl th* thu-v*, j snutug a sum to mousy lying upon tbs desk, I made th. lr esca|«.  K.sa as ad the Il*s4iiwk.  DBS Moi NIO.. Jan IQI—Th# Republican caucus of th* Iowa bourn Tuesday morning noniiuated Kila* IVitsoa for speak r sad put up candidates for the mio-ir ifflcM. The Democrats nom ma tad J. T Han.il ton, to I,mu county, bit speaker aud parsed all the other nom I nation. When th# hone cvm-vened the .kadi.vk was riwumed, and after Av# I sal tot* had been token adjouruinsnt wa*  voted    ____________  Voted tor Revision.  8vBact kb, N. Y., Jan *k— 1 Th# Prwsbytertan aaaemUy has voted nuiualy for re vial. >a sad will report that they favor a simple sad moi" Catholic creed, but hope that the old coato-eum of faith will be allowed U> stand aa a historic monument.    ______  Hkatlng Ila. v at Newburg, M. V.  Nxwbi no. S Y., Jan. 18. —M*ei»ier won the qusi-tar mile skating race, J-- Duu>ig-{ kue aaonod; tmw 27 I-A astond*. Itouoghus won the flv.- mile race; tim* 17 nix 44 IHI  t  sec.; Hsunpsua tecood.  Twenty-Neeoad Aaaual l onv vat loo  Ta Ha Hald Fab. IMI.  WaaniNOToN Citt, Jan HU — Th* twenty-second annual convent lo* to th* National Amrrinan Wonts* Huffrag* aasoriatton will bs held ta this city Fet. KMR, inclusive The present onMonk Is that it will ba one of the bast attended and meat Important meeting* th* aSKxtotkm has ever bai Mrs. Kl ira beth Ghdy H tan ton, the pmidrnt to th. National Woman Ho IT rag* *w«iciatk>n, will deliver bar annual add raw It is possible that this will be the last time Mrs Ntanion will ever sp ak ta pub Mr ta this country Mb* tan va* this city (hat afternoon for New York and th* foliowtn,- morning will mil for Mu rope Hor daughter Uvea in London and Mrs Stanton arui take Bp her bom* with ber for the remain tar of her Ufa Hhe is Ti years to age and has UHM anpavtatkm of tear returning to tbb country.  WsrM’s Fair Outlook.  WaauiNOTOM Crrr, Jan. Anxiety over the world's fair nutter continue* very great. The frlands to Washingb-n are v*rj indignant over the action to the omuutUv ta framing the bill ta a way which seems in ten.tad to shut Washington absolutely .-ut to th# Arid Tbs Chicago pc-pie arr still dlawtbdta.1 arith the rtouail of the commit toe to sa besit the question to site to til* bouse bsf* re the praaswtotloa to the bill Every Basan* sauns to be productive to new rivalry between various omitswtaata, aisl there nvnu to ta* a growing fi«r that IIM cooqdkaUun* may result in the defeat to the entire project.  Supe rv taw rv af Ce a* us.  W aaa I No vox Oryv, Jan. Ti.- The pri«4-dscit has a'(it to the senate th* full owing nominaUcns of super * laura to i-otisus. Maili gen—First district, f! C. Tllhaaa, asound, C H Wisner, fourth. I). C. Henderson; 8(th, J an mw Waba iii, ga th (J, A. Newell,  I mite in First district. Francis Mehols; mo iimti A. K. Nowlin; fifth, t' Hurley; sixth, H. B. Btowir*. Wto-.efin—Fnl dstrict, j Hrost DmiIii scond J.dm C. Metr-alf; third, Adn* J. Turner Iliinola— First dis lr let, Frank GiUwrt MiniMwoto-First die trict, IL J. Miller, third, William IL H Johnaoa.    _  Th* "ttoeder Claim.”  Wa»«ibuto* (TTT, Jan 30; —A .vanmta stoa appoint'd by the Pmitsylvanta state legislature app«Mixwl btour* the house cum mitt"* "U war ilatuin WwtuvMtny ta support to the . hiun rn'.'Iring shout f J.UOu.uOU alai emuui<i.iy known ne th* “Border claim." The eutnmawhm wn» f-mjitaid toOovvfuer Beaver, Htata Aenator* P"nr<aa>, Boyar, \V 11 bam* ii and Martin arni Rw|.rew*iitattves Mall. Capti, Nand and Attorney G-neral Kirk pa Die a Governor Beaver and Attorney lateral Mirkpnlrlck ad lrwisad the commit Uw ta support to Un- claim.  Th# Direst Tbs HUL  W ashinoton Crrv, Jan 33.—The prompt pa mag" la the amate to the MD to refund the direct taxes greatly atrengthan* the belief thai th* tall wfU pass the house and become a taw (tai* ‘ca-1, rn if rn it wiU caum the re turn of the snug little sum to fk74,Ywi to the state to Illinois before Che .-tom of the praa-eni year. Wisconsin, MM.UH4; Iowa, $3M4, *74; Michigan, H*.**  laUr-Msl* Telegraph Hill.  W anni NOTO* (Ttt, Jan. to —Th* taw  •tale coni a-cr ce eoramlttM* to th* nwh has ordered th* later-state telegraph tall repcrtod favorably ta the form ta which it Jim—I the Banate la the taut congress arith animportant amendmenta  mane bv K. Hr ace (iota There.  Wanhinuton City, Jan 30,—Blanche K. Bruce, to Oiati ict of Columbia, was Wednesday appointed recorder of deads to th* District to Columbia  A. J. HOWELL!  WRI m UNM AM) BIZ ll a va*  nwltgfl TC 175 s. - -Ai 11 M ** »"• »taK-  JU  WI  r ANO r  ?4H Gt s   ar.  WA  I II AVK NO KR8tT AXION IX KKCOM MKNDINU  darlaiid Sides anti Ranges  THEIR HIGH REPUTATION FOR  DURABILITY, ECONOMY OF FUEL, CONVENIENCE, AUTISTIC FINISH  STAMPS THEM AS THE  Best in tire World.  It la the constant tim of the manufacturer to make the very Hunt Stove that c«n lie produced. THEY ARK UNRIVALED. Sold univ By  A. Ll. FLOSS  Third Street, opp. Belle. Telephone 23.  Cold Weather  Calls for Warmer Clothing. And so I would state to those in Need to Call and Examine my Stock of  Dnierwear. Melt r-^, Cloaks Slawls, Flak.  \ Sew  And many other things which tend to make a person Comfortable in Cold Weather. At Prices to Suit Everybody.  H. F. Lehne,  113 Third st.  r   

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