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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - February 3, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALTON DAILY TELE GRA PH.  VOLUME 20.  ALTON, ILL., MONDAY EVENING,FEBRUARY  NO. IOO  HI AKE STILL AT IT.  Filibustering in the National House Continues.  Dr. J. W. Enos' Sanitarium,  ALTON,  DB. KNOB announce* that he hon established in a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the  TREATMENT QFALL CURABLE DISEASES  BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL.  Ilia experience during many yearn has convinced him that all disease* can be managed more successfully in an institution of this kind, under the constant supervision of the physician, and with the aid of means not other* wise at command, than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers at intervals of several hours or davs.  The position of the SANITARIUM is high, and the surrounding are free from all noxious influences. It is readily reached by the Seoond street horse oars, and is near the Union Depot.  The building is large, and arrangements are as perfect as is possible from a knowledge of sanitary science and the requirements of such an institution.  Electricity In all its forms; Oxygen and its compounds; Baths, Douches, Massage, Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided as may be required by patients, in addition to such other treatment as may be deemed advisable.  A LARGE SOLARIUM  For Sun Baths and exercise in cold and inclement weather, etc., Is provided.  Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and receives his daily personal attention.  Now Open  FOR TUE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS.  For further information address Or. ENOS at the SANITARIUM, corner of George and Third its., Alton, III.  The President of the Sixth Na* tional Bank in Court.    ttMl|»noMd. Salary and Iimiim Held. Peco-  bar *g*Bf*mg*» su*gi ti n*r*. Sunk ouiplawi. MMI »»Hit a »|m*o»aiu*m. OUTFIT i m ck. xii ?u<MW<« u» »***** an** Known K KOT ll L KS, KarwrfMm. Chico**, III. (TWIWiS It rrtKSi  Mufflers, Hats,  Grloves, Scarfs  ask pins, Collars  and Cuffs.  AND THE BEtfT BRAND OF  SILK UMBRELLAS,  At verv low prices,   OO TO-  B.C. G. Moritz. 112 Third st.  SEEDS.  Landretli’s Garden Seeds,  Iii Bulk, for 1890,  THE SAME OLO TACTICS RESUMED.  McMillan of Trim***** Fire* th* Opening hun lur the Dem<M-ratS—McKinley Niitm thr Ifnirval •( the Jnvrul I* f ollow**., I*) iirtnger** Motion to Adjourn Randall Advisee th* Democrat* to Stand by Their Luna.  Wammnoto!* City. Fob. it.— McMillan of Teuneanen fir mi the Ant gun fur the Democrat* Ab th** Lou hp He tu relay morning aud diapered the illuaiona of thorn Republican* who believed that the minority hat accepted th** inevitable and would mwpeud the dilatory tactic*. It la the under* landing an** niK Democratic memlier* than they will |>#rM*t hi their tactic* aud obstruct a* far a* pood hie all legislative proceedings to long a* there D no regular uuda if rule* to gov.-ru them. The clerk in rending the y uriml omitted tm be ha*I WILLIAM m’kisi.KT. done Friday tile name*- of thorn voting (Mi Hpnnger's motion to adjourn and McMillan requested they he read.  Springer Ha* III* Motion Heady. Hardly had the clerk rejteated the lait word* of the Journal, when Mr. McKinley moved that the Journal ba approved, and demanded the previous question. McKinley had male thie motion at exactly th# aam* time for the past four daya Springer aaa ready with his motion to adjourn, on which be proceeded to speak until checked by Hp. aker Reed, with the calm remark that: “The gentleman from Limon* knew that a motion to adjourn wa* nrd delist« able. *  Aa Springer's motion wa* la order, th** speaker stated it, an.1  on demand of the wa. m. arsis (IKR. minority, ordered the yea* mid Baya  Democrat* Refused to Vote.  On this roll call the Democrat* voted, and the result wa* that the bouw- refused to adjourn -yeas IHA, nays IDS. The call for ti*# previous question, on McKinley's motion to approve the Journal, wa* the next step, and on Him McMillan demanded the yea* and nays, which were ordered. The Democrat* refused to vote, and the speaker again took their name* Befur* the vote was announce, Dockery of Mtshourl asked if it wa* not proper to have pairs announced. The •jiaaker saki that the time that la being occupied precluded this announcement Dockery thought that it would simply Im an act of justice  Many Kick Men Present.  The speaker agreed wt|b him, if time permitted, but a* many sick men were being kept hare by the proceeding* indulged la, it wouldst** unkind to them. Paying no attern Moo to interruptions by McMillan and Springer, the speaker announced that including Democrats present, and not voting, whom he named, then* was a constitutional quorum present and he declared the previous question ordered. Springer renewed his motion to adjourn, lait the chair declined to entertain th* motion. Springer gave a* an additional reason for the motion that there ware so many Bch men here that an adjournment w>-uid ba perfectly proper. The Speaker said Springer was out of order, not, ha explained, in making a motion to adjourn, but in hi* D-marks.  The Contested ( ase Comes Cp.  A yea ami nay vote wa* taken on Mo Kin lay's motion for the approval of the journal. The quaker counted in the Detnorrmfs pre* ant and not voting, and declared the journal approved. Several Democrats were on their feet with parliamentary inquiries, but Row* all of Illinois, tho chairman of the elections cornin Itta*, called up the Smith-Jack son election case, I "Hep raised the question of coo-iteration, which the ' hair refuse ( to enter lain. Ila time ■■nb-rod an appeal which th* speaker also declined to entertain. Crisp thfo prmeed, limier protest, to submit the minority report of the election* cum mitt**, ami had read a resolution giving to J ache* the right hi his *- aL  A question of Veracity.  Crisp than scent on to stats that the calling Up of the biolith-Jadown as in the abaue*- of any cede of rubs was purely unparliamentary, and ha*! Im*mi decided on by a It*-pub I eau caucus It .well retorted that Orwp ba I ivaaLved varied notice that the nawcu* Iud md c*to*lu**r-*l th*} coe.*. Crisp admltu i this, lait beld that Republican new ipa i so >« had published accounts of the caucus to the cif - t that such action had been taken, ll wa* mil a question of vm-racttv, saki Crisp, b**tw«*«n the gtuntL-man from I dlti-us and hluue-lf, lait a question of veracity between He publican newspaper repr - ii ta ti vu* aud th* gentleman from Illinois  .enate adjourned Senator Cullom arose and drow from his pocket the president's nomination of Clark. It had been r farted to him, he said, by the committee on commerce a* a *ub-oommittee to report on the fitueM of th* nominee. As no valid objections pi Mr.  Clark • x lifted he reoomm mid his confirmation. He had not reported It back to th*     t   full committee on commerce, b>-oau*w apparently there wa* nothing agaiusft Mr. Clerk HELD TO BAIL IN THE SUM OF $30,OOO-  and he had therefore given it to the senate      —  direct The si .ate then unanimously coft-  M#>    m    Umi9mmmi    tw  .  N#w , Ageecy  finned Mr. Clark’s appointment.    |     tH „, tnc rulI AU tkr  <     A ,. ln#l   Him V Notice en th* Klsth National Hank Inlermlng Depositor* That They VI III Ile raid In Fall—tither Financial  ('reeked!****!  Nnw Yoaa, Kell. A—About noon Friday a well-dressed man walked Into K leman’* new* agency on Broad street He had a shrewd hut disagreeable face. He was apparently a Unit forty five years old. He an-d* > u I vc* I himself as Peter J. Cis amen, president of the Sixth National bank, and told  World's Fair Committee.  W **ii mo Tri n Cmr, Fab. .’i—The World’s j fair committee of the bouse had a meeting Saturday morning Hie bill providing f<»r , the fair was taken up and aim* verbal aii.en.Intent* made. tits must important (J which was the striking out of the provision appropriating fSo.tfO to euabl* forwpi exhibit* for the exposition to ba admitted frrt of duty aiel iii*-rt<ng UUU,(JOR Vt'ilwa (ava notice that ho would submit the Wash ington bill a* a minority report.  ; the group of astonished employes that he hod a htatciiu at to maka He dictated a statement denying in full all the charge* against him, particularly th* ones charging him with paying for the bank ait of Its own funds and attempting to wrack it, and thug  Nllrntt NSI la Terre lion ne.  W as ii i.sutv* * City | M A—A telegram ha* tieeu received by exHergeiuit-at-Arina  |   I .od oui, from the mayor of Terr* Bonne, |  (Joct*r, contradicting the published story , i that Rilcott and tho Thtebanlt woman had    _    _  been iiviug at IL# bouse of tbs totter'* j    JA**     buuUd     »P  parent* in Terre Banna The mayor state* through tiwui rn**!* arrangement* with the In his <ii*|at* h Ilist Hllroft had never bam ofltobih, relies lug him Dom ti* netwaafty .rf in th* town, and that no persons named being I.-k.-d up during tho bight, and at IJfc   1  spjrtord with counsel imfotto th* United I H tat cs <» Mural wiener, when it was armng*rfl Presidential Appointment.    that ha should api*nr at a m Saturday,  W* sui aor* >v (Tty, Feb. A—The president in th.- meantime remaining at large an-1 cr ba- appointed Lieut. Col Henry M. Robert ‘Mtioffy of two marshals and bls atter of the engineer corps and now stationed at ""X  Thiehault resided there.  Building Lots for Sale.   ;     ♦ *    «*    I    ti    rn    .  Corner Main and Dry, 150x120, for $500.  Eighth and Market, 60x120, - - - • $450,  Ninth and Market, 50x100,.....$360.  Bluff Street, two lots, each for - - - $150%  Alton st*, bet. Fifth & Sixth, 60x120, $500. Highland Park..  One Hundred Lota ranging in size from fifty* teat 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 the city. Call and see list.  Philadelphia, engineer commis*loner of the District of Columbia vice MaJ Charlie W. Raymond relieved.  Mr*. I of* pl tiger*. Con dll lew,  Wahhikutox ( ITT, Feb. A—Mrs Cop* pinger. Mr Hlaine% daughter who to lying danger.>u*ly ill, is ated to have tent no ground during th*, night It to experted that an other consultation of physician* wilt bn he kl soon.  Whet a* a SnppiMMt Kl an .I* rev.  Ran Fh an outed, Feb. A—D. H. Arnold, a wealthy reorient of Colusa county, shot and killed K*mu*l W On me**, a money broker of this city, in a saluon on Market street  An anonymous circular reflecting upon lh*    .      ,  character of Arnold', wife aa* -Irev,late.I In Tho examination wa. *skuM to be adjournal Colnaa county about a y.wr ago. and Ar-1 **"*  th *    -t tho bearing d-wte  Joyful Newt tor Depalten.  At ll JVA Saturday morning th* following nut ice WM im ated tm the dtvw of the Sixth National letter. "Mr. Leland ha* advanced funds turtle tent to guarantee payment wf depositor* in full at aa sally a date na proper arrangements can he made hr that purpose." It was atoned by A B Hepburn, the examiner. The bank wa* still closed, however, and no official Information wa* obtainable with regard to the particular* >f the arrangement A clerk of th* bank, however, **id (hat the arrangement had Keen made hy Mr Hepteim'i attorney, Mr Wetmore, in oonaection with th* clearing houna flail Flied st f.ie.MO.  Preddeot (’to •seen wa* arraigned bsf or* Commissioner Shields Saturday morning  Arc now Ready for Market Gardeners.  February and March are tho months how LAWN GRASS. Try our own Mixture, containing all grasses to make a Beautiful Lawn.  J. A. Ryrie.  WILL CONTINUE THE FIGHT.  The  ll. A. HOFFMANN,  No. 100-102 Fast Second st.  KOI JI ADAK Ta " K  Cor.k Stove*  FlrebiickH Warranted lo Lant Five Years.  “QUICK MEAL" GASOLINE HTOVK8. Hwjhtg, OuiUrtny, Hfjotf.ty at Lo*   f '- ■ .ii ,    ^    I  I  penorrst* A.lvloed by Ha.idall to Mii. k to Their Dhm*. WabhimoT'jn City, Fell A~Undauntt«i by their defaat th-- Daniocratic repreaentn-tive* rallied in force Friday night in caucus to consult ov-er ti*- extent of the injuries they bud MiMtaittrd ass neuit of the »|«*tk-  tlip IllOIlf Im TO arbrnlitiga *up,*irtcl ami «*ftrn»ed by tij* HIU 1UVUU1    I    Rjqmbikan    rep*    inhttiHtea    and to derm*  way* and hmm to pmacrve such power and influence aa in their opinion should ba ex< r-ciaad by the minority. They were not of cheerful niton, but it wa* a determined looking aet of men who dr if tai into the ball fit the bouse Holman presided and Carlisle made a statement to the HT*, t that the Republican* were reapooteldr for the delay ta th* rain comm itua.  A latter Ona* Randall.  A letter was prv—iitod to tie* mucus from Eefuvw-ntative RondalL Ho advised tile Dem ne rat* to stay la the house and starni by then gun*, to usa every Hiort to stop absolutely all bush*** la the boun* until a set Of rub* had bom pr>« utod and adopted. fbi* irnug advim from the old-time Haler. lyiM rn his skk bed, was extremely welcome told* fellow Democrat*, and was, in<>reu( «r, in the Hue of action that they Tte-y came to an informal  county a Im nit a yuar noid ha* sinew end'«vored to trace the autbur-hip He suspected (lantern. Thursday the men met and enteral the private room of the saloon. Shortly afterward shots war* beard, arte persons who enh red th-room found flarnaa had been shot three tim-*. He died soon afterward. Arnold refused to make any statement.  Terrible Ntruggl* with a Manloe.  Wk hit*. Kau, Fbi* A—Georg* Black, a young man, tenants violently inaaoe Friday aud twat bis brother-in-law, VV. L'raiby, un til tbu latter was fatally injured He then turt. el upon hi* sister and with an iron poker dealt her some fearful blo sr*. When the oflicer* arrived ha bad looto-d btin*-if In a room with a shotgun. One of th* irffl'wr* threw a a alg bt against tbs dour, making black believe they were trying to get in. Th* maniac at once emptied the shotgun, it* content* going through th* dour. Th* offioars than rushed in and after a hard struggle took bun to Jail.  Th* Disaster on th* Mono*.  I RMA a ayous, Feb. 8 -Coroner Dove, of Hamilton county, has decided that the terr! bl* wreck cm the Motion, M<«da)' late, near * ar moi lint., wa* wus-1 by lite care-ieeenaas of the rail row I official* in usihg shuns. The auroner stat*w that the company is to blame in not keeping the curve rn good condition. Th* pteeon directly ramoatebl* is the per*mb who ordered thr "shims put ta They wore placed lh position by Hection Foreman McAvoj, but be was probably oet-ing under orders of a superior uffi<w.  Been Robbing the Mall.  C’HABLomt, N. C., Feb. A- A special so Th* Chronicle from Blacks borg, 8 CL, says: J. H GOW, ass is taut |>c*t master there, was amated late at night on a charge cf rifling letter* The arrest wa* ma l* by pnotoffic# department detectma Much money has bm n no wing at this pat office far immihi, bot the sAhct amount la not known, (tows *ti Kid high socially and in tenon** cir cie* Bs wa* taken to Spartansburg where ba (HU be tried.     f     ,  The Montana Imbroglio.  ii El.EK a, Mont. Feb. A—Th* ItepuUicou house Frbiay morning ordcreii the sheriff to arrest aud bring In the Itomocrattc meoibers at the aftem«»*u    The    r*»rtw«-rafk  met in their hall and annouunwt that they would not suhmlt to th* inlet Consider* tee excitement prevailed for a tim*, but th* Republicans finally reconsidered theto notion. The supreme Judges od ria- against o taipei ling tho Democrats to atteod  Horrible MeAt.ml of Hate I de.  New York, Fete A Naut* CKGuaaor, au ira wagon driver, while delivering kl* in Harlem soddenly throw himself on hie hack cm the ; av ament, lifted the tern edged ax be carried with him and drew it down with all hi* might with both bands acme* bi* nock. Bis tend was almost sever*! front bls lady by th* force of the cut aud he -lied instantly Insanity is supposed to have besa the canae of th* met    ~  Oat Hark MU Hear.  Bvelixuto*, Iowa, Feb. A—On* hundred and fifty on lugs of intr belonging to Martin Muahn were sr iso I at MrdktpoU# last annuller un a sea rob wai rant aud nsilocate!, but not <k«tr >y«d Moehn sued for |-«eew stoa and fur $2Ub damage for illegal drteo-tioa of the Uwr. and a vsr net has te-*ti rw-tornod giving tbs l**-r to Moehn, but disallowing to* claim tor tentages.  hight Busine** IlhM k* HminjsA  Ar DX boor, Ind., Fhb. A -Eight bust mss bks-k*. occupier by aah HOA, furniture store*, grooories, rvwteurante and gen .ira! Wore*, were burned at 4 dMock in the morning. Hi* I us* will reach $35,000, without Uwur asea The tear* of Ut* city is burned out The Quincy lodge of frau masons ten everything    i  Tit Fur Tnt ta Coaoda.  KIfOKTOR, Ont., FVto. A—The dkstrkrf ae-■MuUy of Knights ut UUmr at a marting Friday approved Tty or*s anti ai ten bul, shutting udt American LoImjT DDwtoifao tw« was saprawed with Powderly** naglacft of Canadian tntereet*  Wen a flail a Mtlltoa Freer*.  Pa ma. PA A— 1 Tin great Tombola i»rlw  or the Pari* exhibition, amounting to (.alf a nullum trance wa* Won by ticket Na tWl.MA of th' holler ha* not  EVERYTHING NEW.   OUR STOCK OF-  Carpets, Oilcloths, Linoleums, Rugs,  CURTAINS and CURTAIN FIXTURES,  I la now complete and on extdblUnn In aor bate*rooms it is THE LA RO HHT, HANDSOMEST AND MONT ATTRACTIVE AHHOKTMBNT OF GOODS IN THIN LINK EVER BROUGHT TO ALTON.  It will do you good to l<M>k ll over whether you buy or AOA Hut the <ttrsc«*a* ar# sa great and the prices so r«u*onablet»oit wu.b-n ot Irelieveyoucon realst thens. Til# es wa tai n DTTQQ PT 6  ,hU  fliWi IS particularly Inviting. Hie destfas li MUI Ba# aa DIv U OO Ll LiO lupestrv are beautiful anti artistic. I he specially attractive, ami Hie range for election mo wide as tastes «mr a DT QnTTADUQ ,,r ' J u »* are needed so man* ar  ie dnstgu-4 in hats ■*(» aaa  INGRAINS  I.*. I to nm ke a re*rn trtafletik.  nna lh Wilts* Mesa'am  ART SQUARES Wrn I than ever of  a efctn an.1 Hluofc Ileal TI IR and UNOLKUM H th gr  A. J. HOWELL:  RU08,  CU KT AI VK an re IN'AIN  lute MNI’ PtAi^ag  OVER TV (MOI ANO NHI isoe 11 Ojo to $75 aa  (Mi OS*-UM MIS IMS IMM-HAH ¥1  fur Wednesday next att ‘Jo'ckwh. Th* boil wa* fixed at $dU,(JUU and Ciaassen wa* giv«ai into the marshal'* custody lo await Isioda-tnen.  HIS CREDITORS WERE EASY.  An Indian* Man Rather* Up ill* Ca*h and Whips Cat.  Latoarx, Ind., FWb. H Jacob Helm, proprietor of the flcim cajrteg< works al Bremen, ha* mysteriously dkappaarrtL Helm wa* on* of Use moat pr<»iuiueut buat-naaa own of tire ptera He was a nwtuler of  !  th* city ooum ii and praai isnt of the Build lag and Luna m*kUt ton, and asrerybody * thought him to ha pro*p#niu( nicely until about a month ago when a strlk* wa* enterwd aa by his empl'ijw*, who wanted their I bael wages I ut as busine** was resumed In a few days nothing much * a* thought of j It The (Wilton!, thinking hint to be a titter pr osed financially tor the rime withheld their rial me. as they did not wont to fore* him to the wall, and supposed he weald pay in time He oollerted hi* lack eon oinks very dnndjr, turned ah of hi* notes into ua*h, and is miming Tbs liabilities ar* variously eel I ma ted at from $*,<**> to UVA**  Fall arf a Brent ta sat Che rah man.  Ldrpow, Oak Fete A—J, W. Parker, of !  Burlington Kan., was ai rested ber* <a a charge alf forgery. Parker wa* in the real estate (justness, and is Hvatged with forging th* name of Farmer Dwight to a not* of thflfi. Marshal Chtea, of Burlington), Ira.od Park r sod kl* wife to Chicago, ileimit and thtsHty. and caught him Just aa he was taking a train for Hamilton ll is atlagtoi that Parker has defrauded termers around Burlington of #l5,flU> by colter mg payment or betes' a ti I.Ti AM not belong to bim.  Parker nreupied a high portion in Burlington, and anis a prominent macnher of th*  Methodist church there    Kl tradition |  pars will ta np|>lted for  Rkort ta His Aeeewat* and Missing.  DKT*JIT, Mich Feb. I--Chari** J. Uxte blier, bocal clerk In the lw-tr-.lt rust--in bourn  1  bn* loon miming for three wueks and a deficiency -af $2, ut (J ha* besa diaoovt-rud ta his acix unta. A warrant bes i«en Maual for his apprehension.  hoi Unfit? of Murder.  Nxw Your, Feh t -Tile Jury hi the nasa of Assunda Borcuttoi, on trial for thr murder of Amelia Varado, retirer! at lid SD p. rn. Friday It was sot until UTlSoYdock at night that word caue- that a verdict ha-1 Isteti agreed lpm. As they came toto mart the anxiety „f tte woman wa* pitiful to itehoid. •Havapa agreed u|*>n a verdict    ‘    "f    me rn ’igprT:    rara  Syj!r^a£pTWe , S Thfd Street, opp. Belle, Telephone ii.  A Shout want  I HAVE NO.HESITATION IN RECOMMENDING  vt I    _  i Garland Stoves and Ranges  THEIR HIGH REPUTATION FOR  DURABILITY, ECONOMY OF FUEL, CONVENIENCE, ARTISTIC FINISH  HTAMPH THEM AS THE '    "    ‘  in tlx© World.  It Kl th* comitant aim of tho mnnufaeturer to make th# vary Beet Store that can lie produced. THEY AUK UNRIVALED. .Sold aul? hy  Best  A. L. FLOSS  guilty kora, and  ap from fog rn bar  til* sfierta-knee* and  deckled to follow  agrwmnmt that such d. -uld he their Hue of The nam* action.    j aseertateal.  llark's Nom i nation < rn. II ruled.    {    Admit    tad tm tk* Assoelatteo.  W ASMiNOTon CITY. Fab. X—The senate bi I Niw Yuan. Feb. A —Th* rwxmtly organ-    ........  executive I—f ha* oonflrasad th* uuuiina wad Brooklyn sad Hy roc use Baa* Boll «inha    uetiinony    la    th*    Bdl    telephone  tun .( John M ( lark as ©oitoctor of th* have filed bund* of llo.iDU each and tow* j ha axten.ted.  UUD rf Jotin M I larx a. aaum wr    gg^tftol into the Au* rgan assOciaUon  port of Chuogu. A Jaw minutia baCor* th*  < la»|M»l ber hands in i.ray- r Hum* oar said that she wa* |esa(I.«. and after Judge Fitageroid dus'harg»*i her th* Jurors crowded around and gave her money  Fatal Ksplaalvn to a Mio*.  WtuutitoAMW. Pm, Feb, I A terr ilk expkwhm occur na I in rite Nottingham shaft of Ute Lehigh and Wilkeebarre coni csan-paay. At the tim* of Ute exptoatoa tom met) wary to the mine, and ail were more or hwn tojurod John B Huuipbreys died while being removed fr un the 4»trk John Cee sin Wm buried heruwth the Inning ro>k and bt* body has nu* pl born rtSumnxl William RurfaTte. a bor, is ako miming. The injuris* .rf three rthrrs will prt-lnlJy prove fatal  A Thing of the 1*0*1.  Nxw YOUK, Fob. A—Th* Due ca'tty record at the aeek eruling at aoua Haturday shows that the induces* epkUailc Is a thing of th* nasa Th* death rate for the wack fan below the n rmal • toft dx rd and no des ti-• have been attributed ti) tofltteaxa -ii iwtly or indirertly dnc* WediK-eday. Tie r. were VKI death* during th* Week against ►TV for test wash The tate was SB ft: agen -t av4ft fur the [irersvtlng weak.  Death arf * Well haewn Wsel Hayer.  SviU' rHK, Bsh A Joseph Brnnatoa, a amil known woe! buyer of Pkitedelphte, wa* sudden!v taken til with opopl-*sF at tbs lo-tend hotel and died Friday might He wa* db yuar* ald Ha was knowm by all tending daniel* us wooL  Cold Weather  Calls ftfr Warmer Clothing, And so I would state to those in Need to Call and •> Examine my Stock of  Is. (Mori  ■4  Bell Telephone Ca***.  Bomron, Feb. 3 - J migs- Colt to the United Blate* circ nit court it ard ojrgumenu and reserved (Winod sp>« a motbm made by tbs go va rn moat that th* itlti of the latti-r for  Ms, Flannel Skirts.  And many other things which tend to make a person Comfortable in Cold.Weather. At Prices to Suit Everybody.  H. F. Lehne,  X13 Third st.   

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