Alton Daily Telegraph, January 31, 1890

Alton Daily Telegraph

January 31, 1890

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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - January 31, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPE ALTON, ILL., KUI DAY EVENING, JANUARY 31, 1890. NO. 107 Another Exciting Day in the National House. THE SPEAKER'S RULING Miami (all* Hint a Tyrant and *|»rli»K#r Krfitirt to nit Puton Wh**n Ho Ordered —J aer*. Groats od < liner* firma 0|»|<o-olto aide* .I tin Moline — Chn May In the ne na In- VtMhlHftMi City I teat* of General Intern*!, Wmrhotoii rmr, Jan. It.—Rxparts-Uon of a contin nation of Wad Benday'* bat-Up ciiwhI th<' K»|Vrla of th* h'On< to I** ai’.ul lhunnlay. When Kj- ak. r lied rappd tho boun* toortlrrat »>« the gallery rw nu vul fur men wan packed, white a large (tit rut* *r of lad me were In Ut* oGtnf galtertes Breckinridge of Kentucky aminded th# preliminary war cry of tim Democrat*. Th* dirk in reading tim Journal omitted th# Dr. J. W. Enos' Sanitarium, ALTON, ILL. DE. ENOS snnotiiMMMi that he ha* eaUblUhed in a building porchaaed for the purpoee a SANITARIUM for the TREATMENT OF ALL CURABLE DISEASES, BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL. Hie experience during many yearn has convinced him that all diaeaaea can be managed more auooeaafully rn an Institution of this kind, under t ie co natant aoperviiiion of the phyaician, and with the aid of mean* ° J* J* wiae at command, than when the patient* are toen by their medical adviser* at intervals of several hours or dave.     , The poeiUun of the SANITARIUM ie high, and Jthe turn, uncling are toot from all noxioua influence*. It is readily reached by the Second street >ree oars, and is near the Union Depot.    , iK, _ . The building is large, and arrangements art' aa perfect as is possibU. trow a knowledge of sanitary scienoe and the requirement* of such an Electricity In all It* forms; Oxygen and it* compounds; Ratlw, Douches, Massage, Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided a* may he required by pa Hents, in addition to such other treatment as may be deemed advisable. A LARGE SOLARIUM For Sun Bath* and exercise in oold and iadwnljgaagIST, Kin h patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Boos, and receives ms dally personal attention. acted Wallas-lay began McKinley con tinned to speak on the qmsftfeta r»km*A nl*.ui Hie power of tis* speaker to count asem beef a* pr<*w-nt who refund lo vote In urdnr lo ^ •ecure a quorum. Hprmger in quirk, sharp Wut* cm turn*. I to deny that t»f wa* out of order, lie wa* ciweiwl by lh** lXinwiU and the gaUurtaa A lull ensiled Bland of Mirtuui i to ria* to protect against th* non* ! recognition of Springer. lb- was de* tared ______ out of order by the speaker “I am in or- REPEATED. | ^ a crit<l, Bbantl excitedly, amid cheer* I from hi* colleague*. h|irlnfrr Hattaflrd. Tilings began to quirt down when Mc-< 'nary of Kentucky demanded racognl- j lion, oui procucded to make »*rdsr of ok*OS by explaining bow matter* stood, tm J *di* j Ing that Springer be recognised Tiki* ■ re quest the speaker granted, and Bpi l,V'r Htated bb grtevaneu He demanded a o»r- [ recited of The Ilonuni, bolding that it en* tha privilege of toury member to we thai he wa* correctly recorded bi it TW »p»j#k\-r «u«taui«d Mpiniger, ami the latter ratdown , without (urtb*r iuterf#r«oce. McKinley , than continued hi* remark*. Ha f vt. wed j the proceeding* of Wodtwaday, coo Gelding that the speaker in w^yntiug in who ref uh** I to vole, a* prevent, hail violated no rule of parliamentary law. Iietiate BaAtaaaa M, Ktulay amt I arlUla. A parliamentary controversy    i    dar ing McKinley * ad. I roe* bat*.** McKinley and Gar hale on the speaker* ruling that It wa* not »* O'vary to have a quorum toting to pa** a meaHura, but simply to bara a quorum prevent. A* <*oa or the other of fr g-Titlenten scored a point he wa* grertad with a pp btu aa by tho** on bls Md* of tha bourn    __ Concerning Hi* Lait Expadi- tion Jnto Africa. WHAT GAINS HAS SCIENCE MADE? Th* Heading World Anxlou* ta Lear* of lh* Travel* of th* Ialr#|ii4 Kaplorar Maapa—Sa Haiti# with Bloton* Dtrth-leg Ola** ttlowai# la llohamla—fteerrmt Kilted and Wounded—A rrtera Wha Ne* he to Starry Natalia—Foreign Mete*. Law DOM. Jan. *1.— Faopi# arr asking, and It .la tnavitalno that thay *houid a«k. why tht* *1 lad ce concerning tha a*|*lit*ot» of Stanley rtill continua* Th# aiplorar birt* ».|f U mi l- rrtood to be in fairly good Sea th aud iuu»t kj*>w how liii|*ti<*it I* the reading worl I to learn what gain* m encl* ba* made from th* t»*Uy trip. to mort of whom iMCJutwis j ||^ uurrativ. will he more lam-mating than th* moat highly wrought noveL l*ar»i*p* Mr. Stanley la bound to aubwiit cveryt' tug Intended for print to th# King of th# B#L giant or Mr. MacKinnon of th# Kart Afrl can company, but there ar# plenty of dte-(MtUteCtod Incident* widch would gratify r6Sdliig people of all fliww alai Wtiulo ail vartte* the forthcoming work by big poblk curiosity. Why I* Rail Mlrnt? I* Kmln to W forever dumbt Is bls I** Hi*tLAxaa bbs a. aulu*-** of tho*# not young ou ti** quart ten \4 «Mul«ff i.i'B Wed ar** lay. Tbhi brought Breck luri> L# to hi* feet ehouting for racug-nit mn    He demanded that tha names of tho** md voting iii did be recorded In so cor dam*' with th# i u*t' un Th# ipakrt aa-•elite*I to the re qu*"*t and th# correction wa* m ele When th# rending of th« Journal hail b en oumptet'4, e#veral metalaw* were ort Kl,.ir feet Tba -junker recognised McKin* pi, who moved that th# journal la approved. and (kniaoded the previous qua*- Now ODen FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS. For further information addrest Dr. ENOS at the SANITARIA, corner of George and Third eft., Alton, III. Mufflers, Hats, Gloves, Scarfs *»u pins, Oollctrs and Cuffs AIU) THE BEST BRAND OF SILK UMBRELLAS, v©rv low prices, A Hot Ion to Adjourn. Hltnwbard of LMiialuun, calling st th# top of hi* vote* an a* to be liaarel abov* tit# hubbub that lagan, aalii ha rom to a quae turn of priviktge The speaker refuw*l to ne <>gnl*e lam, and |»ut the quest ten on t b# approval <jf the Journal amid dealt* of Atasppwvsl from the Ltemocrata Hprtngwr of, go# uf the Democratic bauiera, managed to make himaeir heard before the •peaker made hi* dart*mn on I ba vote. Ha aid that ha had moved that tha bouet adjourn, before McKinley'* motion wa* put, and the *p*uk<T wa* obliged to put th* quasi ton of adjournment to til# bouse, Aa Ladling Tim* ar. lh# Hoer. Hlaivl, calling: “Mr. H|«#aker Mr. Hpeak-af," in stentorian Iomm, daman lad r*c.*gnl-tion. A dkuten other lhanocrat# wen* «hout-tug for th# -am# prt' liege Finding ’bat he Was not recognised, Bland cried (Alt that h# wi.he.I to make a correction in Hie >»umal. a right that every rcprceeutaUva had TW ^*ak.-r'» further refusal to reeogtiUe Bland rail,-I forth -ii- ut* Iou I sud long SENATE PROCEEDINGS. Vase**'* Addr#*# ou Ilia Negro Krnlgra tloa nill (smut ApBroprlatlo*. W aaa I MUT* ut t'lTT, Jan. IL—Hale reported back from th* commute* on ##»iau* a btu appr prtaUng 11.0*1,0X1 to ru)*#rlntend«nt at canna* to j«r»par# "tetlrtic* uf farm owner*, mortgagee, interest* cento, etc. Sherman o;q*ar4 th* bill, and char* acteriaad the rwjoirwl rtaurtle* a* at value, and the nrnney he "ald would lie only wanted. After anne diaruaeton the bill WW* pamed—4? to I The -"Ilk rlMMMP bill taken up, and after betag "lightly wa* {maned. Vann* than took th* floor and addressed th# senate ou the Mfro emigration MIL Th# History af Slavery (thatched. Vance'* *p ■#ch took a humorou* turn and wa* frequently applauded by the crowded galleries Ha Hagan by *aylng that *Tbe Bin* of the fattier* -hall to v toto I upon th# chlldrt-n” which ha rn kl, wa* another way saying that th* mtoak#* and crimea of one gt-npcatten remain toplhgu# another Irttfl lion. Ha (b u tled Uh hl*U»ry of -hivary frow it* Introduction to It* abolition, and ■aid that for lh# *ake of the n#gn, w. ira to-day thruatenad not • ally with political affliction. but with a verv J.- war, wboa# wrep-iui# dtall b# tba midnight torch, and th# aa •hall ba •timulat- fgrbtddao him, tool He ha* »nr**ly bal provocation enough, awl a denial <>f Stank-)*'* a*-Mrtiou* concerning him ha- bean #n*«-t#d fur »-iH week*. Among th* rnamtor* of Stanley’* party ar* several intelligent whit# man who do not atvan to dare to give an account of their adventure unkw* to their ■lariat relative* or friend* aud with tie-proviso that such account* .hall to kept •trirtiy private. The foregoing pertinent qiMWtten* ara Using freely aekad and ’tov mutt shortly ba an*w#reiL There is an ap pBaranceof mylary a1.nit th# whole affair which I* aggras ating to the British publl- , and bn* aroused aa antagoniwu which found voice in John Hum*' speech ta ! to county council, although the labor k**d#rN abuse of Htsnley wa* much too indiscriminate. BLOODY RIOT IN BOHEMIA Several Nutting Glee* Hlewer* Kilted and Wa**d#d by th* rallee. Vt .aaa, Jan. »I.-Tk# erne* of rtrskrt among tk# flaw* btewarv at (toklon*. Bohemia, raactod a Moody culmination Wednesday night Btlrr**1 up by the leader* of la-i.if ag ital ion, a nob of about SMI striker* gallies**! and iliad# an attack us N#ud»rf ft WtmauUwlV faetortea Tha door* war# hrokau down and a mot* nulled In and •lambed the machinery. Th* proprietor* of lh# factor ta* appealed to th* autUorlttaa fur Building Lots for Sale. Corner 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 & Sixth, 60x120, $500. Higniand Paris.. One Hundred Lots ranging in size from fifty feet front to one hundred feet and thirtylf rout, 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. •amin** dagger, and who*# victim* -toil to    **m1    « fore* ,rf police •*» amt u •leaping women awl cbildrcu H* criticiw*!    with the atrtker* A Saree fightaoauad. lug ail'* remark* a* pyrotechnic*. rtrtgagBltg aurmg rn htek th* puttee kiUad aud wuuudad l«u ii) of Die** At ’to oui# liishm jd W,T—rf th* ruK#r», a bo wwr# ti ital iy die- Val>oa'* raoiarka, Hampton Banate un th# race question. addrtNwed Che n EVERYTHING NEW. OUR STOCK OF- Carpets, Oilcloths, Linoleums, Hugs, CURTAINS and CURTAIN FIXTURES, It ti I* now complete and on-*xhl»itten    ......... THE LARGENT, HANDROMEHT AND MOST ATTRACTIVE AK80BTMMNT TMK    ^ XHI8 UNB EVER BBOUOHT TO ALTON. it will do vou wood t.) look It over wh»-th#r phi buy or not. But th* aurae*!#** ar* ** Brussels ..... i.ii. •itru. io.i >n,l th# raiiiTM for Fit# tUW so Wide a* ill UIVAlllu from Fermal Heroriltlo* of Br **11. Washimutoi Citt, Jan. St—The formal raoMfluitton uf th# United 8tai#* af Draail by Ihrt gov rn—at wa# completed Wxdnaaday afternoon when the prartdmt rw-Mtvwl th* cradeutiahi of Man hor J. G de Amaral Valent*, tha new mlntrtar a*w*d-itot by tha provtatoaal government, and aho the ceadeutial* of Mwihor Salvador Maa-itonm. aa envoy axtraordtuary and mtntowr plenipotentiary, on a epecial intertun to th* United Wale* ' Th# o*r.-uKinta* war* marked by grtsat cordiality. The two ndawter*. with their joint aute of four moratoria*, mad* a Cm appearance in their nek awl the ! brilliant uniform*. Me oratory Blain* pre- OO TO H. C. G. Moritz. 112 Third st. Landretli’s GLarden Seeds, Iii Bulk, for 1890, Are now Ready for Market Gardener*. February and March are tho months to sow LAWN GRASS. Try our own Mixture, containing all grasses to make a Beautiful Lawn. J. A. Ryrie. II. A. HOFFMANN, No USMO- Ka -I Second st. A«.fcx r* run norse™-. Firebackn Warranted Id Last l ive Yearn. “Ql'lCK MEAL" GASOLINE STOVES. Hoofing, <h*Un*9> lYictt, Democrat*, and Bian«i, -haklng hi# fist ta Un-,jin«-t ion of th# »peak*r'* drek, mail# «ome aainteUigibta remark* at the top of hta Vos#*-, tim war# clearly uuootn pitmen tory to Red till* und»T«tiM4 that what Hland •aid wa-: ‘You are th# men neat tyrant that gi'#r prwddad over a k-gialativ* body, awl I daooago* —.* Mot Job ta Adjourn Itefaated. After the ooofurton bad Uxxmi# tart ta-teiwc the *i# akar put Spring#r*» motion for adjuurument McKink*y demanded tha yea* and nay* Bud thr) were ortk-re-l The roll cadi dtacloaed a rtrlct iwrty vula, awl th# mutiun wa* deluatol by tao nay* agamid 14* year McKinley datnanded the pvwvioua quMtioti OU the approval of the >«rnai, aud the jam awl nay* were ordarnd on (lama int of Car lid# While th##* pr.^eadiag* ware going on, scouting parties had toao "ant out after r**- re# ut nwtnhara, a ut UU)* squad* of them began to come In. Th# »c#it* on til# fl.*.r promoted nothing unu»uai during the rollcall*, muv*pt that the Itemocrala refrained from voting jrrra I.roan- Md t lt«#ra When the roll call wa* flu adod, la wa* vvkleut that a quorum had nut vute>L Th# spiker then lollowed hi* |>r<-*wedUnc of Wwdueaday by rvwlmg a tot of name* of fhuuoorat- priw-ut wh” bed Wit toted, and declar'd a quorum aa* in Iii* houaa that lh# |■retchm question aaa »ua-taUied. Jeer*, aiel gn»en» o*«w frorn tha Ileum rata; cb* re ami b;oid vtapptng from th# Mupuidteana Mpriager ruae to a question of ja il d# ;«*, but th# q* aker re-ftead to rw*guise him, l»*-*u -# th# clerk ha. I already lug un I# call tha roil ow the bk# teak of Mc Kiwi y to approve the journal. Breek mr alg# of Kentucky, with v. Umoeut jieUiiw, r pmbd hi* remark* *4 M edww da) dewrwn* tug Mr. Iteeil'* acttuoa* revula- Maaary. Carttale R. c«**a»*#d. All th ta time the rol -call wa* going cm, •ad the lAeaaaTute etiBteoeii 'ii# pr«*'<ediag* by abuutmg: ‘HJhitkiii, qu#*t*o« ‘ ' B hat'* We qu—tK u?* Ca i Bdl- wa# flaali) rooc*-uiael, and th** roll lull wa* -mi* « to! Car |h<e aahl theiw wa* *wh c«n(u*toii that noth-mg cmd to Heard, awl to Un* th* "fwaker replied that It a.**tMri to him Uoft th* dtaor* der mmm lr*an the getitlemaw who w«ww -ta-Buuaiitu wdrf. A cheer 11 oat th# l^-|iul)(*v aueaohu-d hi* remark*. Herd th'-* *t..teil ■ ■ the quest moi wa* un the adoption of McKinley’* motion to approve the Journal, and th# roll call wa* pcoceedad with. the Item* crate, a* tartare abstaining from voting declared th# ju*r**l Adopted. At th* ruariuflWm af the roll call, -I pi rn k rf anwouncwd that a number of lswno-rrate wen In their *eat*. giving their name*, and .tartare.I a qw^uni praarut Th* yea* ha laaMnod were I®, th# nay* I. Bi drt clarwd tha Journal adopted. -I appeal from tliat decidbn,* mal Bprwtg-r Th# *p#akar refwaai to re* ogiua# bim aid M. Kiutay arr*.* aud pruoendwi to mmL Without uilwlutg Mi Kin ley Bprtng'# continual to -peak at th* top of hi* vote# •-Tba g* nU#man from Ulm* aa ta aid in or* tar " Mi I the M>«i -r ‘•i am in» , ftaft Mjiri^er •th#f.-titteman will take hi* "eat. said th# "pcclr-r -I wilt u t take ny    *ahl    Mprtug.-r •XI ar# are no rule* V* make •# take my iteal the two ininlsbr*, and they la tam presented their aecrrtarta* Met to Ktiewd the Ute el Patent*. WaaatMoToM l*mr, Jan. *L- Two wary ] Important a< tten# war* takaa by the boart committee on intent# Thurwlay. The nun* intfvkrtant of than wa* th# adoption of* nil 'turn not to report favorably to t be boo*# any bill to extend th* We of patent* THI* , w(d rid th# calendar of tto «>tpmttte# ct •tam’ one-balf of (he pending bilk Th# , other action wa* to refer all patent claim* before the committee to tha houa# <vqpmlt tv* oil claim*. By thw actioo tba calendar ta cut rtUl shorter, awl only a small uu»b#r gf bul* ar* left for the committee to work Up*'ll    mmmmmmmmm OM. Hr he Se Id Ie Man-/. WA*i»iMk#TOM IYW, Jan *l.—Theee la a rumor tat Washington! that (tent. ftrhofleld is engagad to the widow of the late Gun EH-••trick, who ta *|**n«llng *bc winter la Wash ngton endeavoring to aecurw art tar r#«a# *4 -•noon from congrio* 8ik# w>w r«nvfvM pf) a month and want* IAK Mr* Kilpatrick ta a native of Chill Her husband mer natl ber white he wa* mintrter to that ctHtn-trv The -tory of tile engagement ut wd l» iieved by the general •Intonate friend*, although the rumor ta generally circulated prtrttaL Kaeltlag Pelttteal Ce*te*t-l'AXia. Jan. 31.—The contert at Ben illy over the vacant wa! in the chandler of depute** resulting from tha unseating by th# chambers of M Uur bitte fair to ba vary estating Mr. Laur wan '-tarted at the teat gMwrmi alert Ka. by th* Boutangtat* and ta wow a ran lidat# for re elrcataai At a politi mi meeting Wediwwlay night M Laur wa* •backed M Lheagamy. adiUir of La (ta tell ta awl the anti Houtaag tat .wndtdate, who hast htau with hta flat* sad threw him bodily frow* th# platform into th# hall Th# *ywi|ietHta*rv *4 both candidate# the* touk a hand la the web*. Haver*] perauna were injured. A dual between WH Lanr and I.i*-mgaray ta now looked for ^HRSSHBRftSJTiie "me* mm n!ta-f ARr SQUARES ----- (Ken, Hhsep “kin mad Hi*«*k Bear wkin. (Hi, uuiTllhand LINOIJCI MS In groat vart6*? ara. ait to knit fMiplortk in White hva ■ kale (U RT Al MB and'' CIM'ALN riftJWSK RUGS, MMS ami c AL. J. HOWELL: (NER KIO UNM AND NZH moo $’0.«o to rat mmvhn MU TWI TMM-auk Bhoot after shout fleeted th!* tally then a awa# that rivaled aay of Presidential hum I a att co-. WtMUUTui Cmr, Jan. IL—Th# preai-ftMit ha* BMit to the anat* th* folio* lag luaatkons: Vt illiam ll Taft, of Ohio, to howdkitor general Roiwrt Adam*, Jr., of i'm me) I va* la, nu* accredited envoy ntrs urdiuary and nntuoter plan i potent tory to th# Umpire of Breed, to he envoy .xtraordtaary I adulator pici.iputenlkery to tlw t'ulteil gg Bra*.I Thon.aa M. Beer. >4 • feto. to he super vt* i of cviuota for the His th die trrt uf Ult i" A Ital*, Carte* Bvaa. NKW Ymut, Jan. NI.-Th# geol** that tad to tha man uf art un- cif wood hi nutmeg* baa broken k»«* agate Thta tim* flour, water, sud nom* unknown Ingredient Ilk# mutate** uke tha pine# of wood, sod. iu»ta*d of nutmegs uolfeo -genuine IUo, Jars, Mocha »ir sn}' 'haired I >1 aud ta u. a auf sutured Th# u.anufW ture of this stuff ha* been going on •u'XWrtfuUy for evil# time at Phll*«lclpkla sod Tr#ut<*n, N. J R*i# of to# adv I'vale £Tv0«r* down town liavv a quantity of them mat! u facto red coff** bean*  ''n, nvi    im......-'I# .......  ilrtjp'"    -    "" —1 iMlfMrt Ut IV-alk. MivvBAPoua, Mtam , Jan *1. —Th# Journal's gwctal from Pine City, Minn . nay*: judge i rush) has passed wnteuo* of Lang mg upon Vt lUtem Brookar. who last No-vHuhar shot awl kilted William Coomb* and wife sn their farm rn Bise county Hteirtiaa Owl hy lh# Aaaamhly. Albany W. Y , Jan ll -In th* assembly on ukotiuu of Bhaahaa, th# twenty two additional aAunwkwn added to tha world** fair I'd! ta thw ma*!'- ware »Ui* k*«i out by a vote of to to to. A con'aretMW List w een th# tw,. house* will wiw be rn-wary. Heeia of a Yoasg Maw. LaDiUTX. ltd Jus- SI — Kr-d, th* IX j war old ami of Char.*-# Italo-hsut.-r, wa* drowirtd in Clear lake U -iu—lay aflwmortk ii,, k<#t bt* Uf# rn atuuuptiug to ream* a romp*Ilion who had broken through the tea Is Memory of Prloe# Ksdolph. Visa*a. Jan II.—Thursday was th# flirt anniversary of th# death of Crown Friars Rudolph Th# emperor visited th* tomb of th* prince sad remained a long time hi ,.raycr Be left a wreath Th# e*n;*row, Prlnom Btcphante, widow off th# crown nrfrlTT. ber daaghter Archduch#* Rlteabetb, sud Arehdui’hart Vsl#rie. *trt#r of Rodofrdi, attettdsd omuh la th# Hotfhurg, and afb-r-ward all of th# iaiperlal family w#r# prwant at a rwjuiaro rn*"* ta ’be chaprt that ha* been erected at May erhng on th# *it# for-tnerly occupied by the cottage la which tba crown prince died Cot. at#(.,•#I’* lte#omm#wdallowa. Paata. Jan IL—A amaatkia has t>#en o*u*#d hare by th# publu-atlonof a j a in j.blat by Col Htoppel, formerly military attack# of JTvsuta' Hulrtrty in Barite, and who. pf lur to l*ro. warti-1 hta govamRiant that IU# adtatrai ,<rgani*atiou of Uke Gsgg army wi old tend-r war ag so ut a by F.amw ti ^r.Is his paukpldk't th# ouAouei rec-uiiuuand* sa offettrtv* and klafanrtv* aUteoae hrtwtwn Franc* and Germany U> >pf»<w Lu-#uu» sggrewKak, hat he WU* tost IU allis* « will he i-wrthta only if Ataso**-L« r mum rn returned to Fran##. Want* to Marry Natal!#. Bi CMaHXHT, Jan ll.—Th# Dejtlu w of Ut-Kuig of Boumauia, and heir to the t -mu#. has fsites dnaparuteiy in tars with guwea Rat all#, of Her van U> th# mten-w wxaliua •4 th# royal fwmly. The prlno* ta Iwnt on marrying Natal*- whon* ha regard* a* th* Kr#ot##t heroin* and martyr of the ag# I taw watch I* k#|g to prevent a i tandrtttna marriage Frhw # Ferdinand, of liulgarta, will. according to report, toortly wed an im men*-]) wealthy AmrtV-an Catholic Th* Iteaf la IrelaioA rind a (ioud TUiq. I 'tau*. Jan. IL-But few Aiuartnan te-vauUuns have taw« aa readily adopted In lr.-land aa Ut# mv. ntion for deaf*#** ut H A. IV ah* *4 Bridgefkort. ttea, «vdte«l th# maud fan, and tha result af Ila sn ba* In many one** bean marvelous Hear, I.IwUlusi Married. Lost#>* Jan Al Mr ll- ury Gteitetone wa* Ttiureday marrtal to Mun Kendal, ti* •laugbtor of Mr, Htuart iWUi. ineisbwr uf parliament Hr. W••li'l,wet I* N# Mere. Ural.iv Jan ll—Dr. Wartphaal, re DOW mal a* a »§nrtalirt in mental dtowiaw. ta Th# Ha*# Mati Mea. NKW YOSS. Jus. IL—Th# kart hall mas rammed their amnion at th* Fifth Avenue botel Thursday. An important qu#etlon taken up wa* to* ap|itevat«-wi« of th# I adroit an ! Baltimore did-- for aiimuwhni bi th* {•aau# Mr V K Bteanie iwprwaHited the Detroit riah and H.-nry H Vandsrh ret th* Halt i mon- (dub At I o’slodt the dr tags ta# wen* dtacawung wlietbH- or md th* bagne J rbould be Composed of twelve dub* Kl ft## a nay* Uvardwa. Bowrow. Jan ll.—Th# •l#ani*hip Ocean, win. h arrtvot ber# Thun-lay morning fnmi Portland, KngUnd wna Afteen days ovardu#, , tor Uaviug enc* aint arad tempertuoua want bef during the entire voyage I HAVE NO HESITATION IN RECOMMENDING GiirlaiHl Stoves and Ranges III IflilU v THEIR HIGH REPITATION FOR DURABILITY, CONVENIENCE, ECONOMY OF FUEL, ARTISTIC FINISH stamps tid:m as the Best in ttL© World. It is Ibeconatsnt nim of th? msnufsrturer to make the very Hsat Stove thst cart lie produced. THEY AKSUNRIVALIBD. Sold ouiV by AL. FLOSS Third Street, opp. Belle. Telephone 22. Cold Weather Calls for Warmer Clothing. And so I would state to those in Need to Call and Examine my Stock of Is. Comfort Ms, Flannel SM. And many other things which tend to make a person Comfortable in Cold Weather. At Prices to Suit Everybody. H. F. Lehne, 1X3 THird st- ;