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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - February 6, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH.  VOLUME 21).  ALTON, ILL., THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY G, 181)0.  NO. 202  Advocating the Repeal of the Fifteenth Amendment.  IMPORTANT POINTS IN THE SPEECH.  Dr. J. W. Enos' Sanitarium,  ALTON, ILL.  DR ENOS amidine** that he has established in a building purchased for the pur pone a SANITARIUM for the  TREAT1EST OF ALL CURABLE DISEASES.  BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL. .  Ills experience during many years has convinced him that all disease* can be managed more snooeeefully in an institution of thle kind, under the oonstant 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 intervale 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 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 ecieaoe and the requirements of such an institution.  Electricity in ail its forms; Oxygen and its compounds; Baths, Donohes, Message, Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided es may be required by patients, in addition to such other treatment es may be deemed advisable.  A LAROE SOLARIUM  For Hun Bathe end exercise in cold end inclement weather, etc., Is provided.  Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and receives hie daily personal attention.  IVo w ODen  FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS.  For further information addrest Or. ENOS at tho SANITARIUM, corner of George ang. Third its., Alton, III. ___  nnIS ILUa»iiurui««l. Mar, m4 Riinw NIA r  iiiridiiiiliiMioMfURin. Stock soup I CM, with OUTFIT CKXE.  lins •ecctktttck. Write Hilo WM  MV gtmccwlw util mc luitwlw.  H KOI ll I US. M erie rye. ChlMf*. III. (This horns Ic reliable.-  nm suits.  I em now  prevailing shades.  receiving a large and varied stock of Cloths, in all the for Spring Suite, which I am prepared to make up in the  Most  asiiionable  tyles,  GUARANTEEING  A Perfect Fit .  Reasonable Rates Complete  H. C. G. Montz. II2 Third st.  and  Satisfaction.  The (istirrnl Think* th# Time Ila* Coak# lo Disfranchise Hic NVgro—The Kaiieae ♦tenner*’ Alliance Petition for an Extra Ho*• Ion off the I .eel «l* til re — Indiana Democrat!, f t«ii<;ialsa ll cad.inaner*— tither Political Item. of Intercut.  JacKmir, Him., Feb. ll. —Gen. A. M Wt*t wn» nearly three hour* In the -killvt-ry of hic •pooh os the subjsct of the nqmttl of the flfh-viith smenlrruut lie wax Ii-Urn* I to by Uh* i pUrt? legi*laturtt an I s larg** numlnr of oiUaaua. The geusral thinks tho question the must vital that tho stats and tho nation have to (teal a ith. It i* rmpouatbl* for th. alienation of tho two rn* lion* of Ute country known sa the north and the couth. Me believe* the day has arrived when rn movement ; ■Kit of any one sm-tion of the country but of  1  the entire country bauld Im made to eliminate from th l*«ly    that    feature    I  which in the great ob taels to our advance-meat, jxilitioally, nodally, aud vUmrwiso.  W hat It Wuald t'act th* Houth.  He think, it would bn to tim U-osflt af tim negro.-, that they he relieved of tho right fen vote, her*urn of the fact tliat t Ria great pr.vtloge in the banda of a raise of people on the whole ho ignorant ic not projmrly appreciate!, and aa a rule eiarotaed without . regard to their beat intertwt* 0-IL Went rerogniaea tho fart that the diafranrhbmmmt of tim negro ineana the lo** by the south of Ila nqraeiwutotion in magma, but nay* the •oath ahouid tie willing to atake that Meriden. It la not profNMsd to restrict the negro in any of hic righto said* from that of voting, aud he *bould have ail the liberty and jnstk* that the laws will afford bim, a privilege he now, aa a general thing, en Joya only in name. Gen Went dura not I ml lev* that the race problem will be I mr ma neatly Si)red by any other method than by the retinal of tim fifteenth amwndumnt.  Meeting of Solon* aiul Cltl.ru*  A burge met mg of legislator* and atlanta favoring the repeal of the fifteenth anmtei-ment aiel tim West memorial looking to the amis now before the h-gtalatiire met at the City hail, T. J. O’NsU, Hmm ber from Nor alme county, wa* cullet! to the chair, and made a strong speech favoring tim metiioriaJ. Other speaker* were Gen. A. M. Weld., Os rge S bubh, and E. L Mnrun K.*o-lutlooa wore adopts.t Indorsing Gen. West's bill and providl g for tim n^pri fitment of a committee to com muni. Ste with citiarn* of tho several states u|mxi the subject of the ira peal of the fifteenth amendment.  KANSAS FARMERS IN TROUBLE.  A Petition Praying tor en Katrn Hesston af the Stet* Imglalntur*.  Toras*. Knit , Phb. A—Petltiooa emanating from the headquarters of the barmen’  Alliance are I wing circulated throughout th » stole praying the governor to convene the legislature In extra session. The petition rata forth that there el Into among Kansu. fanners great financial embarrassment, and ask* that the legislature I*# called to extend relief to them by the | a wage of a law providing fur the relief of the farmer by giving the mortgagor <>f a bommtml at leant two yrare in which to oorupy and re-det-m lf p*nh«, after tole of mortgage I premier*. and to provide also for a alay of execution of all judgments on proatiwray note* and mortgages, honda, etc , for a re* sms hie tlum after Ju-lgment without Lind. Another {V ti Goo Is In .imitation asking that a special aration be railed to ain. lid tim railroad laws ana coni psi the compania* to lower their transportation rates.  Indiana Democrat* Preparing.  India* *r>n-tx, In»t, Reb 6—Chairman Jewett, of tim IVmocratlc state cooimittee, was in the city Tuesday, and campaign headquarter* were opened and pieced is charge of a secretary It Is In tended to argentol regularly for tim spring elections, and the work of the eommlum for the present 'GII be directed to that raid, each county boing organ)sail by townships and sucre than ordinary efforts being made to get milt the entire vote. It has heat tuggrated that each County bidding primary elections for the | choice of candidates shall do so under the provisions of the Australian system for the purpose of familiarising the voter with its requirement* Th* chairman looks upon the proposition with much favor, and a circular bettor will bo a-l-lnwnei to the county chairmen raking th rn to adopt this mode.  nim was present on the ground that two Dem-M-rata had called for a vote tm the motion, and that the mwt>on was carried. This broke the deadlock and the srnat I la now angogol in considering the bourn billa  The Iowa Deadlock.  Dem Mumm, Iowa, Feb. 0.—lo the bouet Wednesday the Republican* ref used to accept the Invitotbm of the D-)iu.icr*fcs, submitted Tuesday, to appoint a Dominium to divide th* permanent offices, as not being I made in good faith The Republicans took the ground that the opp.aition was composed of two partita hone.* the Itomrs-rata had no power to dictate the organ im Stoa of the I bouet. Hoi hr-wk. for the Democrats, denied -the claim* of the K*pnblicnna saying that lf * there was but on# party on tile floor the op- j position would teeter* all pairs of, and te clare war to the Irntfh. followed meat.  The Funeral of Mr*. Tracy and Her Daughter.  A SAO DAY FOR THE SECRETARY.  Ills Wife and Daughter, Mary. Who Perished Daring a Pie* at MI* Mratdeaee UM to Hest—Impressive Ssrvtee* at tho Xaeeottve Maasloa—Music by (ho Aehwhert t}n*rt«H** and tt leks** Choli- The Pall-Brarara.  Wa nu i not.-. Crrr, Fat* A—The funeral Lively "disr usnioa I -Yr* TXucy and her daughter Mira Mary  without result up to adjourn-  nous auks re nm  SEEDS.  Landretli’s Gtarden Seeds,  In Bulk, for 1890,  Are now Ready for Market GardciierH.  February and March are the months to sow LAWN GRASS. Try our own Mixture, containing all grasses to make a Beautiful Lawn.  J. A. Ryrie.  II. A. HOFFMANN,  \o 100-102 Kant Second st.  The Colored Men’s t'ouveatloa. Waam*.rn>n ClTT, Feb. A—When  the  Mlaraiuti Prohlbltlonfsta.  Mehama, Mo., Feb. A—At the stat* Prra  hil l!ion convention the committee cm organ I ration reported, rt commending that th*  •tate be thoroughly organised by countiea The | * Ut for in denounces the main tv aal tee of the liquor trnfli-. the high I Him se laws ai MisHouri and tho local option law, state and national. Ago.nut these ween Hod abusee it would protest About IUD .Ll"gate* from th*  K. puiilicnn, Democratic and Pe'bibi lion, also the Farmers’ and Iraborarv' Union partly, are prrarok Haaiuel Dickey, of New York, addr****! an audience on “Prohibition. "    _____  To Hueeeed ©ongresamau Kelly.  PniLADXi.rntA, Pa., Feb, 0— Rut# Hen at or John E Rey burn ha* L*eo nominated | by the Republican* of the Fourth congree-(tonal district to All the vacancy caused by the death of Congressman William B.  Kelly.  _  OUR CITIZEN SOLDIERY.  fi Grand Total of 7,IMI.I,.II a Men Available la Case of War.  Wasiiinuton Cmr, Feb. 0.—Th# report of Adjt Gen. Kelt. ai upon the militia force of the United Htatm has bean rant to the senate. It shows the strength of the militia of the statee to rooatut of I,tiff eoomtiirafi) officers, WI,873 enlisted men, and 7,‘J0N,titi men nut organised, but available fur military duty; at the torrtloria*. XU offimrs,  8,800 men and Mil ,67.1 a va I Ie blas; of the Ute-tv KH of I clum bi*, Ut officers, 1,04-1 seen and 4X,U0u available,, making a grand total for the United Htatra of 8,008 officers, I®,SWU men and I,SUI, ITI aval lab lea  humeral of the state# either have no regular militia or have made no report to the a<ljulant general. Among them states ara I Boul," was Arkansas, Florida, Houth Dehorn and Washington. New York is the tanner militia state, with 708 comm Mooed ottow, 18,-473 meu and 0.10. OW) av ads I des; Itenmyl-v an is following with 02H officers, T.XHft man anti 000,W05 available*; Ohm rank* third, tm Mug 375 officer*, 4,744 eat sited mea, and OW),UU) evadable*  THE “PQLtNKl" FLOWED FREELY.  Terrible Remit af a Drunken C amoral ta a Mining Town.  Hvnairrox, Pa , Feb. A—TV) Poland raw of Marchwood, a mining village on the Mratic mountain*, five mils* northeast of this city, observed the chrtctenlng of a 8 wsskraold child of Andre Peri tao Tuesday night Tbs result at the drunken carousal that followed was th* burning of ten douhia duetting houera belonging to tbs M«mtif'Mountain Mining emu pan y. the burning to doeth cf Mike Hen tv a IV) hinder, and the wife of Atm Bt reran AM the Polanders in the rat t lemon ( mire prneent at the fest! i tttea, and “Po-linki” flowed freely from a en® mounted apun a table Home who were overcome by drink were removed to the upper rooms, so as to be out of the way of the onto puny Ira low, who began to dance A lamp u aa overturned, and the fatal fire followed. Tbs property low was 00,000.  Mleister* Kaser a Pretest.  Kabuki, N. D., Fab A- Kerry minister in this city was |-remet at a meeting held to protest against the adoption of the MI In  too I ie od In tbs lower branch of the Lf Wa turn of North Dakota Monday permitting foreign lottery rampant* to do t-usln«ra in this aute on |wym*nt cf a tax 0100, OUI perannum. Itewidutioiw were adopted de uoutieing the scheme and ti* nu thor and calling upon the jieopls °f North Dakota Id aa-shit in squelching It before It rsaehm the ■mat*. A coairalttm of five wa* appointed to lobby against the schema, assi they want to Bismarck Wednesday.  The MMU** Treaty Ratified  Wash I koto* Crrv, Feb. A - Tbs senat# bas ratified the Hamuan treaty by a vale of 38 to IX The negative vote* were *11 seat by Democratic esnatora, aud included Kart*,  McPherson, Vest, Jones of Arkansan, f obs,  colored m«n’* omwiitie met Tueeilay I Reagan, Vorhee*. and Turpin Most of  talking against the treaty was don* by Mr.  Fireballs Wai raut^d  “QUICK MS AL” OAHOllMK tiTOVSH. Mtii  Conk Store*  LaHt Hve Yuarb.  Mvojitty, a ut It r% ny, tipntUing  at Low WI J  morning the vote by which Bishop Wayman WM declared eleiHrai pi nnuite.it chairman  1  WM cha Banged, mu! the end im * as m»1* that ex-Hcnatiir Pincht.ick had been the ‘ choice •>' tbs (imveutUMi. Mr. Fincblinrk > ca I lei I the meeting to or*fcr, ait I a couiculttee on per ma ann t organ trance »«» appointed. The <<KO tai lira- ina<k> a utmnmn'U* report rccornrn tiding the Rev. J. Price, of North Carolina, rn prv»>i<i**nt, Tho max Pearson, of Lo* Angule*. Cal., vice president, and K A. Dawwm, of New Jersey, srm-tary. The report of the ooomilt ee we ado|rfed unanimously craflrmlng them uoiuinattona  ('auca* bura la at I wa a  Dan Moi*a-, Iowa, F**h 0—The effort of the joint Republican caucus bere to nominate a candidate for warden at the Fort M wile ut penitentiary recalled in the nom!-nation of K » McMillan, who held the «.rti- a some year* ago Then were other idfi.^rs to bs dupwd 'A, but tbera were p4 out «»f the way without contest Marcus Barr was iiomlavtral by a.viamatH»a for warden at A nan*, wa; George H. Ragsdale for Male printer, and Otto Nelson for state btu der. They had no oppuettloa, m they ar*- the present incumbent* and ar* serving their first term    _____  Dos* Not Dselre Public Ogle.  MowrtOLU), Iii*., reb 0—A WUer wa* waived I *-re from the Hon. H- W. Allerton, of Chicago, who wa* spoken of for epuatixr, which mrs that he tam not exp«*N to he ran atar and doc* not «Wr- to hold any public (JBoi; that be prof cr* to br in a p»n!tiou to es, rom his mind fr*-. lf agxlcxt any public evil, and a* be bm jm<*d the farmer* todue-toy be won <1 be pkera <1 to me them have an urbanismi- ii that Wouul put ti»«m in a pw-thin to c-n blet their I us SPM inteiit^Mitiy ami umtolly  ____  Th* Mon I an* Deadlock llruheo.  ital.av*. Mon*., k'eb 0—A motto* wa mad. iu th •» n itv W.-tu'-^lay to aontider bill* inc a th. R po bloat house, and rn demand for tbeayra and hit* on the motion wa- mad* by ta cf tis- Dram-ratio mcui-bcra Bsvto Republicans vote-1 rn tin- affirmative and tbs Duck.crate abetuura>l from voting. Liouleiiaiit Governor Hi. hard*, who WM in the chair, declared that a quo-  Kustb. who ic a member of the foreign rale th ins committee He objected to tim gem*)  nature of the trusty, if ti involved the United Mutes la aa entanghqg aldane* with foreign powers, that it oommitlad this country to a potter from which it bac heretofore kept clear ___________  Hwu I brr* Paeidc I- Miming*.  Ha* Fhascihoo, IWK 0 - The m« earning* td tbs Mouther* Part Ac railway aeeurding to it* annual »tatsweat show a uaail tocruaer and an eaems of «arnlngs over eperatidf sx-psnam, but other ceura-s. an -eg which is the ooostructioa of a^m lines, -hi'rem• the ma-plus from »3 V«t,aM for ll®- to fl,844,-Ml Th* gross earnings from all sourom Ma* year were 010,140,IR), total expend!tuna ♦ 14 HOI,HIM The hutimm throughout tbs northern ,-art of CaMforma. Gragon aad ou the Auantic syetiNn of the Mouther* Pboiflc ■hew* improvemsati fur the yeir.  The Wrecti et Pe*ria.  Phobia, IIL, Feb 0 —The wark of elm ring the wreck at tbs Peoria aad Pekin railroad bridge wm nwumod Wcdnecday mcruiag. It is not likely that the remains of the three victim* will bs recovered for some Usa*. Th* work ic ow era ar My slow, and It will likely ba forty-eight hours More a new span - an be made and placed in posit tor so as to enable th# resumption of traffic over the bridge. __________  A He neat ten ai Libel Haiti  Bitts do, N Y„ FVd» 0 —The Mal suit of Nm Rev Dr. Bad against The New York Ev ming P-**t. * birt) grew out of til* prcm-  dantiai mmpeig* of when Dr. Belt took occasion to remih# Mr. Clevtiand tor alleged ti amoral i tm and wm aitiwtiwt tberv-for by Tbs bat wa* begun Tumday bsC«u JudgM Dan rata Dsau«m ar* placed at 0X0 •  000. ____  Running All Right Again.  NBW Yoax, Feti 0—There was little to iud hate Wwltwwlay morning that there had brant any troulda with aith-, r the Mixth National or Equitable bnukv The regular bura intwa -jf both Institution* hail bra n -murned aud tbs only fmtare to attract atlanta* wa* tba mcagr* traumas Utug traosactod.  Tracy occurred We-bien lay, services betag held at tbs cxer* ti vs mansion There wm no tit ne to cmd out uoUoes or tov I ta IK era to th* friend* of the family, and no a notice cf the fun. raj wm Inwcrtnd hi tbs paper* with a n-qoeiU that it be conalderud by He official ami ja-ns.nal frieod* af th* family a* an invitation for them to attend. That thta invitation wm very HL-rally interpreted by the curious was proved by th# gathering around th-- While House ground* at an early bour. By th# tim. the arrangement* fur the funeral—ll o’, lock -there errs a jam at the gale* aud the driveway aud the surrounding streets were crowded with carriages. The ceti room where the services were to be held was crowded, la the center of the room wert the cask rte, mother aad daughter, tide by tide.  Beginning of the Her-* I re*.  At the head of the casket* was planed a large spreading palm, th* branchm (rf which bung kl graceful corves over tbs two totem The rachets were hardly visible bra*ms of the mara of flowers which wet* heaped Of mo them. At ll oYkwk tbs service began with th* staging by the tirhutoert quartette of •I Cannot Always Trace tbs Way," Th** the proanmiuu at clergy fotlewcd by a long Un*- of chorister* from Dr. Douglass' church (Bt Johns) e UMX god from tbs tin's dining roam, tinging rn they proceeded. Following mm# Secretary Tracy ami his sue Frank, Ova Catlin, Robert Graves and wife, tbs president and Mr*. Harrison, vtm-prestdsot and Mr* Morton, flm-retary Blaine and wife, Lieut. Mason ami Mr. Raymond, naval merwtary and private secretary resperatvniy to Recrvtary Tracy, emeer* of the navy and burma chiefs, army offices* and athar*.  The Ceehets Hat** by trailer*.  Tbs regular Episcopal sureties for th* dead were recited by Dr. Dong lam at Hi John'* The hymn, * J tern Lover of My then rendered by Bt John’s Dr. Kl Hot* read the Itssuu of tbs derat, which wm followed by the chosr tinging “Rock of Ages" in which thorn pruarat joined Dr. Dug tass nulled the Lord’s Preyer ami gave final bsaedtcttoa which cl-«mI the asrvicaa fUxtraw trim fcteppral forward and bure th* cask- ta to th*-two hrantm followed by the pall bearer*, murran and relative*.  The pal) - bear t* ware: For Mr* Tracy Hserstarte* Windocn, Proctor, Noble and Rusk; Attorney Gwe-rul Miller, PoctBMetiw Qsmrul ti an* maker, AI intr* I flirter, Ad mtrsl Roger*. Ms) Gen. BrhoOtid sat! J. A. F. Htreaabaa. For Mira Trucy—Passed Ara tietant Sorgeuas W. A MoClurg an<l Itiib-ert Whiung sad Passed AratetsM l*aytnester A. KL Mlchler, United WL*ira. navy, and Mnsrt C’Wrlm M Ray, Frank Lee, Fred Wirt McKeosvy, John Kiddie, and Cbarlm Johnwoo  Th* Jenrsey to th* ( ematery The hearses were each die we by two white horas* They proceeded to Hock Creek mine tory, side l»y tide. Upon lira casket of Mr* Tracy was the inscription *‘D®niia E Tracy. Born Dec. I, 1HX0 lAsd Fib. 3, 1800.* Abd open Mira Mary Trwry's cmket was “Mary Farrington Tracy Boro May 7, 1*01 Dtid Fhh I, lffiO." Aiming them who followed the remain* to the ratnetary wet* the president and Mr. Frank Tracy, Vies prrtidrut Morton and Mr* Harrison aad Oro (’atlla and Mr. and Mrs Gee via. lh* remain* were placed, with Irater crawmoay in tho rem ring vault* where they will mat tar the present Rra-rvtary Tracy after Us- oerumuajr tired to hie apartmeota Ut tho White Bona He baru ap remarkably w#U, but Mr Frank Tro-y. grief wm to great that at Um- coo (tm si of the aervinu bs was amltiral from tbs room.  1‘remleest People l*re*»ot. I’r.-sidrat Ra.-rlson aubeequroUy joined Mr “Frank Tracy. Tbs east room wm ta tolerably Ham during the services am! two of the choir boys were taken out in a fainting condition. Among (bom who l>r«ra-st st the aervtsm era*! (lanstirac Bd munds, Hale. Hpooner, Voortiem and Hie ouch; ll* prawn Isl) vs* MsKtniey, RWuu J-son sod McKenna, Cbaplsis Batter, af tim ■enate; ea-BeuaHra Davti, of Wert Virgiida, (taunt -I'An-o Valley; Hir Julian I’uunoefeta, AmUtaut Beira clar tea of Blate Wharton and Adm. Admiral Hanwsgr, Judge Advocate General Homy. mem hers of tbs Japs ussr legal a-i >, (ten. Bsnst, Indian (’oinn.lati-tK-r Morgan ami Brig Oro. Greeley, t hief tignal affies#. ___________  Death cf lh* bell* ti MnaSpeaster.  M*I)mu, Feb. 0—Prlnee Antotae Marie Pbilitpp* Louis durban*, Duke si Miratpm star. died suddenly * matey at Baa Lurer de liar ratuada. H* wm la th* 0Ath year at kbtpt. Tbs dohs of MtAtpyaamr mm tbs fifth and youngest wa at IU mg Laula PhU-llppc of Francvs, fatiw'r-ia-law of lbs Comte de far is, aud brother inlaw to sa-gusmi Lmlkfla of Bpsia.  Tatally Ha rand by Osesllss.  Altoona, Pa, Feb. 0 -Mum Adebberger while filius a Isrgr gmullne tank wm ov soan* by ken. Frank Ikliun went to Adati-berger* msieten vt curry utg a Aga ted I amu An rip utioa followed, fatally burning Joseph Ii >ugI-., owner of tbs tank and ravtoua ty burning Adsisburgvr and Gilloe aad two otbnr men bs mea not known  The GslterVa I bi Si In* Bt Tertiu  Naw Yon*, Feb. 0—Th- Hasnimrg-A Iran Bras□>dup psmpany** arati Gciran, which arrived Tuesday, collided with ieetft-vg sn Jara RI, sud two boti*, escb shout a foot square, wan stove bs her aids thr«# last from tbs ssara. Tbs Gel tart twenty icebergs oat bar poufs, sod sruouu-terra) very tidrnty waathar.  Duck Osino Tsra a Paine.  Loa [xxi, Feta A—Tbs dock, wharf aad wuiehuum owns** of Loudoo have formed a auh rn, with tbs object of making war against toe tyranny of the Dock Imbur-r*' union. IL itll abl)* aru now thoroughly Broom t, and a g><oerw) lockout ar a strike will probably follow thti aottou.  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. HigTtLlarxci Parlt.  One Hundred Lots ranging in size from fifty feet front to one hundred feet and thirtylfront, all very deep. Prices rom $50 to$500, on terms to suit purchasers.  One of the nicest residence plats in Alton.  Over IOO Houses and Lots iii different parts of the city. Call and see list.  lintier Kaylmlna al Philadelphia.  Du ILA DKi.TUIA. Fvh, A—Ah saplo-Uug bolter oa th • fourth flour of tbs flltaa Electric Light t-on.p*Ay’s hwiUUug. toto Ransom str ut, TueraJa/ <‘stiiltral in ra a'.Hag ami other a im ii.juring Aw airn Wlltim IT a; to, Char im tlwrou, John Brab «»ll. J anam Abbey, aud William Heron, nous fatally.  !&  I Have Received a Large Consignment  -OF GENUINE  Hand-Made Oriental Rugs.  Which will be on exhibition and for Bale thia week only at my  CARPET - STORE.  This Is a rare Thanes bra parti*-* uppD-ctating aucb goods, as nothing of tbsjtind im* ever before tn-sn shown In tttoa.  A. J. HOWELL. Third St.  OVTI TOO I RPI MO mzci i«ov0>Ote re 075  I HAVE NO-KKSVTATION IN RRCOUMENDING  GurlitiKl Slows anil Ranges  THEIR HIGH REPUTATION FOR  DURABILITY. ECONOMY OF FUEL. CONVENIENCE, ARTISTIC FINNE  STAMPS THEM AS THE  Best in tiro World.  ll it the constant aim of th* manufacturer »o rnaka the very Baal Stove that eau be produced. THEY ARE UNKIVALKO. Huld Uflly  A. Ll. FLOSSY  Thi^d Street, o**o. Belle. Telephone 28.  JULIUS rf. RAIBLE. !  Rectifier, Importur J   ANI) WHOLESALE DEALER IN  WINES and LIQUORS  The m«it "I*  1 ---  Hrftn-le    of    KENTUCKY WHISKIES tnt tad In brad.  A SPECI1LTY:    1MI*0RTED  ( •Hfoac Bramlirs, Llullaoa Gin, In*h and Scotch Wbiakien, Chffirj aud Blackberry Juice, Port, Slierry, Bordeaux and Ithine Wine*.  HEADQUARTERS  For all kiuda of Select California Wmet and Brandle in Caaka, Ke«a aad Bott Ira.    Come and examine the Largest Stock of kine Old Wine*  and Liqnor* ever offered lu thia city, »*d at  Surprisingly Low and Cheap Prices.  All Goods delivered free of charge. Order* by mad wiii prom pi aiteution. Jtor* »nd Office cor. Fourth and Beliefs Wa •-Lute on Fourth st., between Belle and Pia»a.   

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