Alton Daily Telegraph, February 5, 1890

Alton Daily Telegraph

February 05, 1890

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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - February 5, 1890, Alton, Illinois AI/ION DAILY TELEGRAPH. VOLUME 29.ALTON. ILL., WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY b, 1S90. NO. 201 fc. mr fa WSB r VS* iii V ! , JiKi- *    mm    afore***.    form*    MHO*    * Ami s i. I am now receiving a Urge and varied stock of Cloths, in all the prevailing shade*, for Spring Suita, which I am prepared to make up in the Most ityles, GUARANTEEING A Perfect Fit Reasonable Rates and Complete Satisfaction. H.C. G. Moritz. 112 Third st. SEEDS. Landretli’s Garden Seeds, In Bulk, for ISHO, Are now Ready for Market Gardeners. 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. H. A. HOFFMANN, No 100-102 Kus! Second st., SOU AL a ST* IOU _ MT&& Firebacks Warranted to Last Five Years. “QUICK MEAL" (JASO LI SE STOVES. Itw/ntf, Out tenty, Hptm/my ai Ism. Ittcm,    jandwly Ho Keenly Feels the Loss of His Wife and Child. - I ARHANGEMENTS FOR THE FUNERAL. Dr. J. W. Enos Sanitarium, ALTON, ILL. DR. KNOB announces that he has established In a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the treatment of all comble diseases. BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL. Ilia experience during many ynara has convinced him that all diaeaaee 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 otherwise at command, than when the patients are seen by their medical adviser* at intervals of several hours or days. The position of the SANITARIUM is high, and the surrounding are free from all noxious influences. It is readily reached by the Second street horse oars, and is near the Union Depot. The building is largo, 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 doomed advisable. A LARGE SOLARIUM For Hun Baths and exercise iii cold and inclement weather, etc., is provided. Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Rnos, and receives hit daily personal attention. Now ODen FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS. For further information address Dr. ENOS at the SANITARIUM, corner of George and Third its., Alton, III. A Theory Advanced Thai the Secretary^ KmMmmw W#, Ii red by Burglars— I* bai rn I* re ti I Wirt Capital Architect W ho Ha* I amin, d lh* Honan Saya— All Social I i k, ,rBii i.la Indefinitely I'oatlinnet Itlalue’a Daughter Hurled, tt 4KH IJMiTUk J'lTV, Pith. — Sl.ToUry I rnry a| .(mar* to I* .-oiu<i<tor*l>)y improved and in rapidly fo* wring from tim elf ct* of •uff.xnt ion. A. tho off.'Cts of the opiates es r off h.* hegfna to realise mots. kv»*nly tho low of hi* sift and daughter. T he enaction Dom Um optab*. administered naturally foav** bim pliy-urally weaker. Ills *>n frank r.acbod VVa»hmgt<>n shout I o'clock Ti Mat lay morning and rems tm. I at the #x#c-utlvc man.ha) during th* night In the morning hi* went to the boma <*f Ttannroft I hi' rn and joined Gen. Catlin, Mr . Tracy** broiler, ami a few friend* SM remained with hi* father. The Intent report* from the Others who were injured at the fire. auto that they are getting along eery nicely, S.-ereta r e Tracy was removed to th* Whit* Monee at I o’clock Tuesday af Ut- | \\ noon. Wan the ll<>u»c Wet Afiref Tbars ar * venous theories a* lo the canna Of the conflagration. Muffled at other turn* many minds naturally turn to incvndinn.tn and thor* are plenty of cfow* to support *uch a theory. Tim sudden ii.-se with which tin- tiro broke out in all |*rt* of the house and the apparent stupor of nome of the in-mate* seen to demonstrate that in readier him (tad follow.-,| im attempted lf not suc-c **fu! r<»i>U ry. A large aum of money wa* found in the barklard SHOO—and it tiled that person* in 'bulger of tiieir lives aa ware Hrervtary and Mrs. Tracy, would never think of throwing the money oat of the window The House Heated by Steam. Every lite .ry which bae thus far been advanced will he carefully con tiered The cupimimiooer* Int re dtri-ctod Building In-•{■ector Entwiafo Ut make a thorough exam-‘ mat ion of the heating a pf sir., toe of the honer, and he w ill ie amisted by Chief of Police liar IK (Ina of the principal archi-t cts in W ashington ami pr-.vi.lt- aux ton ones tut "them. The auh oom-ultUe having charge cg the Mc Kinky ruatomw UU wa* Incn-awl by tie* addition • if two ai.-inlts Mi mrs. lilac.a k aud Voor-bien This ault-commitfoe wilt give hearing* to New York broker* an I importer* who wish to protest against certain provisions of the bUL MEETING OF COLORED MEN. Delegate* In Attendance front Nearly Fvsrjr State In the Country. W Annivutov OTT, Fob, 5 —The national convention of colored nu n met at noon Monday About IWO dc legs t«« were present— protnMy the largi-wt gathering of repr.-seota-live cmI.ired na n that ha* ever met in this country— with delegate* from nearly every * tab* and terHtory in the Union. The eau-Venti*ai meet* for th * purpose of advancing the IiiUt. *U cg the colored race Ut this cuuu-try; is not connected with any political l*rty or creed, and is intended to be strictly national in chat acter. OoL perry Carson. cg th!* city, called tho oonv.-ntion Pi order, and itatrd that tile ol.ject of the convention, aiuoug oilier things, wa* to urge upon coopt.-* Hie passage of th.. Blair educational bdl; the |*is-ui^e of the Ckaadtar efoction law, and a bill for the reinihunwineut of the Free.11osuhank depositors. The ootiveo-lion then listen et! to a king address prepared by i V>1. (.arson,.tertial a temporary chairman, ami adjourned fur the day. Itlaliup Magma,. I* Lr eat .lr nu The convention was in aeeeion until aa early hour Ta«« lay morning, and after a Wormy scene finally r tartan bishop A. W. agma ll as permanent prmidetit His chia! competitor wa* ex-Hen a Le- p. P. Finch bauk. To Gather Granger Stat Ut Irs. W ahu im, tux crrt, Feb. A—The lupuriu h mfont of tho census Ila* appuinted John Hyde, of Nebraska, and Mortimer Whitehead, of New J. rsey, chief special agent* for th* collection of the statistic* of agriculture Mr. Hyde a division will include cereal production, forestry, cotton, sugar, ami other •penal crops Mr. Whit rhea I’* will fantod* i-.'ar' I M vs stork, woul, dairy prodiMta, hortk-ult ur*. " sud market gardens. spoke far Tree C Wa am koto* City, Feb. A- K D. Stark, of Cleveland, O., Munday aildreasad the bouae committee ob coinage, weigh ta and measures in favor of the free coinage of silver. He wa* not, be aalii, in favor of the Window! Mil. bat wa* willing to accept it in pn f.-n ie-.* to the prearm method of silver a linage LEGAL TALENT AT NEW YORK. has examined the destroy <«i li.iua- He say* that the tieat Ufo*) Celehratlag the tonth Anniversary of th* was steam, that th* main steam pips net    MtWhhsusl of the Supreme ( ourt through the house con fine I in a wooden well    New York* Feb. 5 —The ex en-ism in cont-. In Id* --pinion this wood has Uh .roughly memnratino of the HlOth anniversary of the dried during the past two month*, and,    establishment of the    supreme    court    of    ti* Anally reaching the ignition point, nnMetily    Vniiml    HUte* began    ber*    Tuesday    morning wont off like 11 rid. r. W-..I—• a—.—.- I .    --    '    w la undrew, was not in Are wa* discover.*). Hi*- left it a few minute* previoudy to attend church, and ae-c rding bi her story there was no evidence of fire wh-ni she l«-|.arted. All Enetai kngag.-nirnts Off. Th* . ffects ig the awful tragedy are wide* spread In surtety. The carrying of the hodl.-e .rf the tao dead lad ha) to the White House and their burial from there, virtually > ii i* th.- official hospitalities of the season. Were it otherwise, the Prad-ient and Mrs Harrison, in bot face of the mew Mw* calamities in the ca la aet household, ; -OUi i not feel able U- goon with any work*of a public social character. As soon as th# death* «d Mrs. and Mi* Tracy were known uearly all th**; rominant familiee who bad os rd* out tm (art tee that would occur this week, sent pi i vats and pa bl ic messages to withdraw them. til ii.-1 al Arran gem eat*. The funeral of Mrs. and Mist Tracy will take place fr< -rn rh* president's mansion at ll oVsfork Wednesday morning The services will orcur in the east room. Their remains will he placed temporarily in vaults hi Hock Omak cetin tery. The complete arrangements for the funeral were not perfected until late Tuesday afternoon. Th* Tall Hearers. The Rev Dr Dottglawof Bt John** Episcopal church will officiate at the falters]. The pall-hearer* for Mrs T racy will be it O’ retar ie* Proctor, Noble, W Indian and Rusk, Attorney General Miller, Postmaster General Wanaoiak-T. Admirals Porter and Rodgera The psi I-tearer* for Mi** Tracy will be eight naval officers. The Arbul«#rt quartette will he present and assi vt al tbs • Tricon Tbs funeral will be private and only Ute nfleis! and personal friends of Hec-retary Tracy w 111 be invited. uLhl^*Wwfo’; tv    Metro,ediun..IWS bourn Ex Fred- dent Cleveland presided Tho mem hers af the »upr< me court ta their official robw bad enate of honor on the staga The judge* of the federal district courts, state coart af ap peals, and th# supreme, superior, common pleas and other court*, and prominent rep rmcntatives of the bench and bar frutu all part* of the country wee* ,.r<*eut The pro gramme Included an introductory addree* bv Orov.v C U-Vvfoud. a welcoming addita* by Chairman Arnouk of tho New York (date Bar asaocist un. addresses ob “The Origin of die United State* Buprein* Court," by Wtlh ian: Allen But hr; “The Supreme Coart and Constitution,” by Heffry Hitchcock, of Mis-W»uri; “The I v re. .neI Characterv of the Chief .fustic*-* " bv Thorns* J. Semmes, of Loutei-aoa; “The Sui await- Court and Hovereiguty of th.* People by Edward J. Phelps, of V«r m-int, and a response by the court through Justice Field Mr. Hlalne'* daughter Hurled. Wahhimutom Citt, Feh A-The funeral of Mrs. Uo|^>niger, daughter of Hoer*tary Blaine, wa* held Tucwlay to-.ming at the Blaine rwddencr, th*- Rev Father Hherman offic iating. Among tho** |.r«*eut wen Pnau-d <nt ami Mrs. Barr leon, mein bt re of the ashuiet, an I friend* of the family. The body was lak.-a to Hi. Matthew*’ church, where high ma** wa* celebra’ed l<y Cardinal Ciibl-on* it, th* pn-eonoe of n ’ ga s*aetttbly. I he tate* lieut was at Oahf .in cemetery, the gravt • < mg I*aide tl.at -J her brother. Walker Hfoine Rh »lr**lr Sir alius ef I ast. Bbl*va. Mont.. Feb. A—Over a year ago the Mortiser*) Pucllk- Railroad company futuwi it wa* km ug a good pr<*|»nrtKin of aal it was shipping from it* mine-* at Timberline to Helena Dctecttvus were pot «o the caw an t after many ra-m’ u* it wa* dlv Wived that *uitchn.H*,, when a train of liuwiui) car* arri'cl, vt oak! detach a car or two from th tram, run the stofon fuel no a •ufo track, w here coal m.-n woald get It the a *xt dey and sell it to local cuasumevs. In (hi* way alwut Al) ear* of coal has# hmm stolen A number of arrests have hewn mads The NISHI hat ideal Hunk ti. tiff KW Volt, Feb, A— Bank Commissioner Hepburn Monday was authorised by th* comptroifor <4 th*- currency lo turn tlw Hi I th National lank over to the new hoard of directors The affairs of the bank are bow in the same s>*od cm tit iou a* before th* tale trouble, and Cue sew '« are sufficient to meet the demand* Ft IVv.i brot < iaa**i-n and BnAci Pell ar-) Hill in Ludlow Htroal jail A Tree Ugh* with kurlallita Bsnt.iv, F tv A —During * Portal electoral meeting at rtUtvfurt while Deputy Heme wa* speak mg the ov. rfl-.w from the meeting eo]>.fo I with the | oWce and a free fight fob hawed. Knives an I *bro«s    ueed    The polka* fired with blank cartridge* with--ut effort and tfo n mad hail oartrilge* Four were woumi-d, one woman wa* ktHwI, and «cv.-i I imiirwutn tvor*stabh- I t atallr Whoehed by |.lr< irteitv. CtYCDntATt, Feh. h -Oeor -eCcnningham, age! »)y«ar*. a lin«u»au. w hile engaged with a -quad f4 men ta repairing the w u.» of th* Bru-h Kb-* trie Light . ompany, on Vin** street, re -'iva! a powerful shock, which will aod<Miiite>iIy prove fatal. His blub* swung out from tbs pole thirty feet from the ground, and he fall to th* pavement ancon foams. BLOODY RIOT IN MICHIGAN. Airthing Finlanders awd n AherlVa Fees* Come Together. HT. Lofts, Feh. A—A apodal to The Chronicle from Ishpeming Mich., says Fifty Killian tar* ami .toyed by th* Volunteer tala*, rccr I nag ll Aft (Mr dey. struck for ft Mon-lay Sheriff A-tams and several dept) tim went to Palmer Th* Fins turned out hoarily armed and prevented other miner* from go tag to work Th* deputies armed with Winchester* Wet* en the spot and oots-taaiuied th* Fins to dts|ierte, trot they refused Forty <>r firry shot* were exchanged and several Fin* and one deputy were w ou tv led, several seriously An armad nosaa u now gathering in iihpetnlug and I Negaunee to |»r«*wad Mi Palmer and quell the riot________ The Guff-Fleming CmImI. ChaMJITOX, W. Va, Feb. A—fbeinvee ligating own nil Urn on Ham*' eharga* repeated Tuesday exonerating Golf and Fawning from any attempt to corrupt say mm her of th* fog ta tat lim but that there was auth, "font h vt let toe to cana* a aui|dcioa against Btollinger A vofo era* then taken >>a Judge Max well'* resolution to mat (bdl, resulting—yea* hi. any* ta lf was a strict Cy vets, President Carr voting with the :<H-rata A vote was thee taken un Chair man Kern' resolution to aaa I Fleming, re ult-lug—yon* ta, nay* AU—Carr again voting with the Democrat* Fleming wa* declared elected guvernor of the state at UL-uh o’clock Tuesday, President I'arr voting with the IboscraU. Th* rode wa* AS to AA _t^t Caroadlaa* Waal ledcpeadewee. Tooofrfo, Fab. A—The Young Liberal chih baa paned a resolution which, after re-furring to Mr. Muiiuok's loyally mutton, say*; “lf, Unfoad of pnwuaUng addreman of a reactionary character, Aecia iring their attach in* ut to the Bntwh connection, they would rot.insvor to secure for the Canadian people a larger degrtw at a4f-government sad thus i-refror* the way for th* complete indapendaom of Canada, their action * uoirf be more acceptable In Canadian♦ general ly." The lews IfoaAhek. Daa Moi a ta. Iowa, Feb. A—Tbars ware twelve bellota taken us tnt. bourn Monday— HO to Ah—for speaker, and than adjournment took place I audiles wens hel l by both partic* The Rc|>ublMaa* did nothing that has tran«|»ired The Democrat* appointed a committal to inok after th# praasatineut of party Mil* Every member hat bn pot hat* full of tatar* Gdhng him to *atu k" aud th* end of the deadlock kudu a king way off. Anti Allison petltioas ar* atili coming la BALLOT BOX KOOK Testimony of Governor Campbell Continued BEFORE THE SPECIAL COMMITTEE. He Bay* There Has Ko Million Hollar Deal Behind the HUI He Intrude*** The House Nettles th# Nm I th-J ar Neon Cen to* toil Election Ca** and Takes 1> Other Battues*—Th* Tax rn lur Heals— Cal. Moehy'aNuit. WahuiNoton City. Feb. 4. —Governor Campbell mnitouMt hie testimony before the I-allot ho* investigation committee Tucwlay. He quoted from a speech delivered by Oov amor For ak cr at Marietta, after th* wltnee-lied denied that be bad any Connection with a Im I lot lwx contract. In this speech Governor F..raker bad charged that Guvernor < ainpbell could not make an out aud out dc nial of his connection with the laxllot Irox a. andal. Th* ut til aaa mn! that he quoted tliie aa be had quoted an editorial from The Commercia! Casette, to show bow any "*”11*1* he might make would be I mated. Wood (“ald ta (la Away. The witnaw- bad foaraed that it wa* tbs in Urn Hon of Mr Halstead bi-spring” the balkiUUix paper on the put die Just previous to th* vWtion Governor (am pi ell went on U. Ult of the dforovcry that Wixxl was the forger. He had made every cfi d.-evor bn And him, but Wood had left town Witnwe said be tw-Heved that Wood had re-cvivmI money to go away, from whom ha ha.1 hi* sue(ik-kina Governor Koratav hare lnterrupf.sl uitnam aahing him lf he meant to state that Wood had lawn furnished fund-and spirited away la arder to clade arrmt. Received a Letter from VV aud. OovtnHN" Caospball replied that he did mean to rn ak- that assertion. Wood bail beer aas-iduoualy anarcho.I for but he coukl on* be foutui He was a poor man and must have lawn furnished money to gel away w tuna* mid be had never had any anama lion with W’oad, except in a letter which he bad received while at Ham ii ion, duns* the campaign This wa* signed *R Q Wood,” and statal) that the writer would tike to aaa him (wltiumj nUet the ha! lot-box Wttama had not seen Wood until ba was under arrest Ro kl I ll lira Heller Deal. Govern >r ( ampla-U took uccaaftm to dray ctiargea iliat have been made that there was a *1,uOO.utn deal behind th* balkit-box bill introduced by witiwm Bo far aa tbs witness knew them was no attentten (add to th* bill in congress Tin re was never even an attempt malta to gat the Mil before tbs committee for coeakkvatouu IV iaatauetioo that there »!•» pa J sr behind the trollop Mix o.atract with tile witnma’ nam. to it, ,Uu that the tatter wa* afraid to make a dental until he bad obtain pruewufion of this paper, Gower nor Campbell den. unced aa an unnnt (gated rata ll. I He also denied another mantua th* which bad I wan ma ta: Just hr fore WoudY arrent witnewa bad reoetved a telegram t-lgmtd by Allen G Thurigan whicli tai him to lei graph bls attorney to poet-pons Wood's amel Was Aasiou* far W.hmT# Arrcat. It had been tm lima ta. i on account of th ta telegram that Governor Campbell was twit anxious for WoodY arrear Willies* Mated that it was partly at bkt sofo ltaturo that Wood ba l hero arrwtal Governor Camp bell, referring to Mr Halafoad's charge about the #tVhtt*,OUO steel gut) (Vintract, Mid that be proposed to bara fairer treatmcat soil Boaiethlae libs justto* lh bb dswhngr with that genttamaii ta th- future and he data red to serve uotlc* to that effort Gov. uroor CampMl was ah an the forged paper, and after asamluing It be said Ut*! It was utterly incredible to him bow atty man <y*kl look at the paper and think tbs sign* tares were genuine Tit* Price of the (Intro In answer lo Governor Foraker, witness mid that w hen T C ( acnpfaail had asked bim Ie introduce his ballot bum MU, witaras bad st) pule led, without say controversy on the part of C el CampbeU, that th* go rara-moat shfihliS Hr the j.rlo»- of the hot*a Tbs wttinse did not Tiniforataad that bf th* pro vlatarts of the Mil. the *M> -Clief geuoral should pay IDR for each ballot L> x lr th* owners die needed It Ha uadarMoud, aud still thought that Ut* aUoraey geswral had aa optic* an th# price of the ta>*#* TV commut e, altos (Jo*»rn<v fampteH'a I «s lien coy ady air nod until Wekaawlay (Borning PROCEEOiNGft IN CONGRESS. Ttta Seine far a IHvare*. Chicago, Fell. A—TW wife at George F. Harding,* a all-known lawyer of this city, has sued for a divonro, alleging a<ai-*opp<>rt and QktrtroUiiant Mr. Harding Is OO years ok!, th* ana of (Jeu. A C Harding, of Monmouth, this stats, and marrtol his wife over thirty year J ago. They have Hire# son* and two daughters, one of tho sons being married. Naceeaafat Trial af the Tciaphaa*. Hr fxTSiuinuito, Fab A--Jt is stated that a highly *«n«;wdul trial of the tofo eros baa b.K-a made Uetfoaen Moscow and Fetoraburg over wires of ordinary gauge and ins ufo ti ou. kin I Hi-J ar h son I on lr ated Kl rot leu < aa* lllapoaad Of. Washikuvdn City, Fab. A—Tbs long ami noisy fight agatnt tbs a melder* Gun of the HmlttaJarkeua eunteated election cum ta Ufo haw cams to aa and at N.fifi p. m. Monday, wbvu after att Moira of debate—00 th* quae-thro and bual.ta the qoasttaa a vote wa* reached Four roil call* wee* taken before th* matter was aet I ie-1, each standing IM to ta-No ItatiHicrate voting TV quorum *a entirely r.roip«uet1 of Republicaiw. Hmltb was declared entitled to th seat, be took th* oath amt the Rape i.I leans have on* more to count ta their majority. Nprtngcr's Mullen to Adjourn. Tuesday th* Democrat* .fomamtad the reading of Ufo journal in full, and when It was completed, Hprtngcr ‘leviersd that a part bad beau omitted, ami demanded th* reading of th* -.mitt al portion The speaker pskt no a 1 tot) I Ion to Hprtagnr, but rwof nixed McKinley, who moved th* approval of the journal, and demanded the prwlous queeti.ii) which was onforwl. IM to none, a nund. rof Dsnuicrata being entered os the journal as (murat and not voting. marting to ow Hurls*#*. Hpringer queatlom-d the correctness of th* tally, hut was unable to point out any individual error. TV next vote wax on the approve! of th* >roruai and th* Docanrrat* kept ctafia tally TV vote was aanounoed yea* lith, nays non*. TV speak** counted a quorum, and the journal was approves) Springer move! to adjourn, rejected, yea* 114. nays KH. TV speaker then laid before the bouse various annate bilk. , Naaate Preceeding*. In the artist* the committee on the Dto trtct of columbia was, by rwaduUoa of Hawley, dtfWrfod ti. faquir* tain tbs con ditfcm of tbs Washington fire department TV astrotor said ta offering th* resolution that the fatal fire at Secretary Tracy's house had wggwted th. inquiry, although he did not mean hit resolution to imply soy censure whatever Af for routlAe buhuero the aanafo proceedad with ciused dimes to tilt- fit >nsld.-ra»l»ro <4 «*x*« fittvu bual; 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 <fc Sixth, 60x120, $500, Highland Park.. One Hundred Lots ranging in size from fifty feet front to one hundred feet and thirtySfront, 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. t & -Mal, Sid Belle street I Have Received a Larne ConHinmnent OF GENUINE — Hand-Made Oriental Rugs. Which will be on exhibition and for Male this week only fit my CARPET - STORE. Till*tea rat* cham** for parties npprc-t inn* »>icli «hnI«, as nothing of thc^klnd bas ever b.*f«»r.’ lawn «h«»wn In Alton. A. J. HOWELL. Third St. ort* IOO IUDS ANO 81ZU a    ssroaas "US WW OUM ro. fg    i    ;loaf BXB > YI taos ti OM TS ITI ftcaat* f urn aa IH** aa Ptaacra. Wawinotow City, Feb. A—Th* senate eommltb-* on fin aura at its meeting Tuesday obi S’* tag dcfortninad to report favorably an orighial bill pri parroi by Morrill raising tbs . minl.uum tax to bv paid on fur seals capf- ' unal in Alaska {rom fig. VI to HOO, and providing that th* com pauy ti rot mwivss tbs contract shall tak * care of th* natlva Aleut* . I HAVIS NOvKKslTATION IN UECOXIITKNDING Mud Stoves    and Ranges THEIR HIGH REH.-TATION POR DURABILITY, ECONOMY OF FIEL, CONVENIENCE, ARTISTIC FINISH OTA MUH THEM AH THE Best in tile World. ll it Uie constant nim of the manufacturer to make lint per r 9mt Stove Ibat can be prodaced. THEY ARK UNRIVALED. $e1d eolylsy A. L. FLOSS Third Street, opp. Bello. Telephone MI JULIUS H. RAIBLE.’T Rectifier, Importer AND WHOLESALE DEALER IN WINES and LIQUORS The most Celeb ateit Brandt of KENTUCKY WHISKIES free and in loud. A SPECIALTY:    IMPORTED Cognac Brandies, Holland Gin, 11 itll and Scotch Wbiakiea, Cherty and Blackberry Jbioe, l*ori. Sherry, Bordeaux and Rhine Wines. HEADQUARTERS For all kioda of Select California Wines and Brandies in ( asks, Kega and Bottles. Come aud examine the Largeat Stock of Floe Old Wine* and Liquors ever offered in tbit city, and at Surprisingly Low and Cheap Prices. All Goods delivered free of charge. Orders by mail will reetiv« prompt fiitentioo. at ore tnd Office cor. Fourth and Bellitt., Wart-houie on Fourth st., between Belle and Pitta. ;

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