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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - February 12, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 A LTON BAILY TELEGRAPH.  VOLUME 29.  r  ALTON, ill.. \\ KBX KS DAY EVENING, FCLlUAin  18i>0.  Repetition of the Wild at Oklahoma.  Scenes  Dp. J. W. Enos' Sanitarium,  altoist, TT .t -  DU SN06 announces that he hog established In % building purchased for the purpose a HANITA MUM for the    " e   TREATMENT OF ALL CURABLE DISEASES.  BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL  IUm experience during many yeara has convinced him that all diseases can be managed more suoceMfully in an Imitation of this kind underth! oil na tan I rapervttwi of the physician, and with the aid of means uot other-  or‘AAA u ' n “ *" - n  * m8dl “ 1  , r-W~ *» *• SANITARrt'M I. high, and th. .ummnding ar. (tm  STGEt£5r m ' ~~ h ‘ d  * Uie   a    I"     M     perfect    as    is    possible from  jffSflxli u I    * require menu of such an institution.  MasSinSSiSr!? ¥    f* -1 .    ?*J r »f Mnand ^«>n»pounda;    Kaths,    Douches,  mSSSS&SS* % * •’  f)rovidwd  »• he required by pa Meata, in addition to such other treatment ai may be deemed advisal>ie.  A LARGE SOLARIUM  For Hun Baths and exercise in oold and inclement weather, etc is provided I “ ,1  ***. ^  l "‘  hy  *• liotL  *  te . <>otongh^r examined by Dr. Enos, and receives his  personal attention.  Wow Onon  FOR TUB RECEPTION OF PATIENTS.  For further information address Or. ENOS at the SANITARIUM, comer of George and Third ate., Alton, III.  (US ."UM IMHTIt ‘ 'lieu .licit-  tents tuar»ru»«,l teeter? MS__  £ r ««2> tm,in .ara. Nor* o. .lupine*. with ;_ _  —r—TS■««, Vhtamm-. III. (This lamer I* ft .»■>.  ItMIM* fiji'  H laat-snlili|«    Slue  S SPH IS MUTED  un  the seoux reservation opened.  Thousand* of lto»m«.r**Af tempt Ut Killer t».* New Territory, hut Arn Turns.! Hark hy ti,,. Military Anthorine*. Mho Had Mat Vat Hn. uil Nutter of tho  Upswing „f si**- Iii tn*H**—A Nu in hr i  of Arrest* Mad*.  Pisaaa, H. D., Feb. IX—The news here that th.. ,,realJ«.,t had I tau*. I hi* prurlamn turnup nil,# the Aw— ta wrvAtion ms ie »ivcd with the wildest kind .if ex ort-rn* ut •mi rvor mac* tbs town bu* I— u  a peri#.! pandemonium. In tbs city tbs rushed hither and thither, Un I- wits play-Ins, a ml drunken inrnV.f all eterne* retd*! and •flouted through th* afreet*, while gun* and camions were Anni and flag, ware wa vt,I from every prominent building. H|*wclu« Were mad** and promto-t cilium* rho wets bint rui i,i ii tai in ascuring the ofwiling of the fWtefvaUne wars brought and hnulsd khrnugh the wtrssta, followed and prixwded by barid* I ho joy of the people, who have Uvol and waited here for mane year* for the prosperity which tbs opening of tbs enervation will bring them, know* no hound,, and, under tho circumstances, none mn help Joining them and sympathlciag in their out taint Cf en th muslim  A filrgnd ftuali for Mom***.  But lf then* ie joy ui.confWd in the citliw oy tlis yellow Mi—mri, which bounds the reservation, thor.. la alto tumult ami trouble I on 11 hi I lately after the newt r-rh*d here them was a grail I stampede ami rush for the rotet vation Und* by the Uuda of boomer*  • od settlor* who have been p*ii*,,Uy salting for tho proclamation for wmka. Just a. rom the river from Pierre la located what I* Known aa the fain us mile square, un which J* situated the city of Fort Pierre Fort Pierre and Hie mile M (U ar* ta a choice apot in the mind* of all speculator* aod (. ..oar,  ■ od it U with a Jealous eye that they have umb-hed the place and all movement* con »*ef*«l with it. It wa* this tulle square that the nettler* lint rushed for, hut a* th* rn.liter) headquarter* were stationed the.*, mid rn* no order* had ben received from lbs government to allow the settler* to crow the fiver, trouble Immediately ensued.  th* Me—new Turned Hash.  K-orner* had about fifty wagon* loaded with wip pi ie*, which were followed with wagon after wagon loaded with rea.ly rua.le house*. The— boomer* proceeded straight •ort— the river to the number of about I,* OU  W. Uh I tin,  w     wkhkirt    The  military aa tL.r tiles aw the isomer* nj* pmaehiuc, and immediately a solid column was formed along the lank* of tho river A* Uh- boomer* approached they were told to halt, but, I us taal of doing ac. the column wa* swung around, amt the two columns Mood and fa- -.I earl, other Col. Tassel, in (venin ai id id the soldier*, came forward and parleyed with the boomers and kohl them that they would nut lie allowed lo ort— the river until further orders were received from the interior dapartin— t. At Arak the boom at* insisted that they would cross anyhow, but were Anally comp iled to come tack to the city.  A Number of Moonier* Arr—ted.  The situation down the river was more •Ti. u» Ah.ut a mile east of the city wa* located un-tber t<ootner*' camp and th—•> were more Aaxfwnste. Just at the time the new* wa* received here the guards along the rtvar were changed ami the fresh guards did nod l—re the caup at Fork Pierre until few minutes after the day shift had come Into the town. Aa a consequent** thy Pierre crowd wore no the reserve before they were Mkt—d and tent already begun work. The regular* were amu in pursuit •bd succeeded in capturing ail but a few of the loonier* Many were put la the guard hi—# al Fort Pierre. Ho order* have beect received by th* officer* in command to a1 -low any one to encroach upon the reserve Ach minute ad !* to the horde and th* lunk cf tbs river Is Utensil r lined with men nod ta Nearly ail are under some lander couoerted movenieute wlfl be made. Home have county organisation, with off! or* and records, and nearly all are armed, hart—is freebie Kip—ted.  It t, probable that there will he scrum, trouble, after the opening of the tend* between th"— fiend*, — already they are claim big certain counties and will no doubt try W> enforce their claim* by any means nee.*  ■ary Th* river un th* opposite side Is also lined with bluecoat* and every IOO yard* there la kept burning lug bonfires for it* parpee* of facilitating the heading off cf Un-boomer*. Indian pollee patrol a little far ther feck, and it I* nett to impossible to evade arrest In getting .si the land.  at Fort Pierre there I* an excitement which In He Intensity and enthualaw wa*  □ever before . quoted in this section. Irnmc- * dtef.<ly Spun t bs receipt of the glad news the  3®lace went wild, and were Htiaoled hy Hie  • ranee the government had muted them '  WHO CAUSED THE EXPLOSION?  Sensational Ntaleinent Made by a Utah Mute at I .Inn*, O.  LiffA, O., KU UL—Quite a wmaation ba* boun created lier* over the testimony of J. FL BbowaHer, a daaf-mute, employed at the Bta . lard oil refinery, given at the inquest I,mig held tty the coroner. Hhowalter «nld filet the mom mg before the ex|ilosK>n, which killed one n.iui an i injured live other*, he " M at work in tho atill-house, when a strange man approached him from behind j and tapped him on the shoulder. He looked around a tai th,, strange man motioned for him to follow him. Ile did an, and the fellow gave him a note, telling him that every ti.lug wits fixed aud that when be gave him ti.* tip to |.Mtk oat. Hhowalter was frightened and did not work tbs next day, wilco Liei explosion took place. The strange man he hail never seen below, mid the «upt»wi ti* nj J* Unit lim pit pl t mum wti th# work of ► me Ona an revenge against the company.  I iir mutter • being fully investigated  Troubles of un Eloping Conplr.  IjnijAWAH.ua, Feb. IX— Charles Espy, a trainer of trot ting-lioraes mid a w*U-k.i. w n I nj nnia turf unto, took aiupJoymrut with Peter kfurningstar, a wealthy fanner of .Morgan county, Mfw we. k*    K*py  biwnw infatuahid «lth Ifim ILnma, the fanner's youngHTt and handsomest daughbw, end iio-t week they eloped and were giartisd. vt hen th-y returned ixnu# th# father of the girl refused to recognise them and they came to lids city Monday they returned to Momlnghtar's farm .experting ko be forgive and acknowledged, but i.iatead off that Espy wa# arrested on a charge of threatening hi* father in Uw’i Uf#*, and hts wife «n |#k«»a frutu him and locked up lo her house.  They  Gain a Slight Victory in the House.  DEBATE ON THE NEW CODE OF RULES  Building Lots for Sale.  tekao  father's  A Nm I miter New fenced So FVteen.  HIOCX Crrv. Fab it-a sentence of Ave yenr* impnaonment was pmeooncud Monday on A. Larkin*, alia* B Thompson, alias Kuv A Benton, ah— Rev. A Brown, who pl—J,si guilty to swindling the Kiowa Oky ba vin ga I wok by a forged draft for »5<>«L tie stated to the mort thst he was auh jack h» temporary spells of luaamty by rvew.n of tie. bite id a rated dog twelve year* ago and a sunstroke Ave y-r* ago, aud that be -vukl Hut reaieiii!>er his criminal acta IU bae reimbursed tho Sioux City hank fur Its loam* by surrendering ail his property at Farsow. Kao,, v!wr* he Aguml as a aaal.ius iinar 1 — uf the gnapeL  PeUMaplVMla O. A. K. Kn—la pane a I.  Bn am* .kin, Pa, Fab IX —Ttw Grand Army of the Republic’s twenty-fourth ate final state encampment met bere To—fey nmrniftg, Thomas J. Hfewart. dcrurtmsnt (ximtnander, preaiding Mayor W—vht made the aildtwe of welcome, srtiieh w— repin* I to by Oak Hansard, of fit tabor*, after which the enc* rn j.men* went toto sxecuhv*  www.ai . Hipiwu Mio wed that the numerical I »tr*<ngWi of the lefuifeneol of IMC nay Ivania J la kb,(SJO. A t.-i.gram of cuogratulaUuc was •ut to Gen Ke rman on til* ootaplaCiuu of hi* futh Urthiiaj, and a talegrmm of condolence aent I*. Hecretary Tracy —- ..  left ta Iwdtgwatlow.  NXC Yock, Fab ll —Lawyer A. J De- '  ••INO tndlgnanUr withdrew from the Rocl-Hy of Medical JurlNprudenre andHtate Med-  The Nuhjert Ta He Ute ussed I'ntll I O'Cleeh Friday, Whee the Frevleue GUS. tun Mill II. (To a ald ared- Presl- (  dent tai Nom leal ion* — Tariff lagt*latlwa —Cveretery Trery'a f.rarltude Illinois •wwsnp Lands—Notes of later—t.  WANniNofOM Crrr, Feb. lt-In the howe* Tueeday the journal of Monday* pro-celling* was approv.d by a vote of IAU lo I —tile Steak cr counting a quorum Cannon calk*! up the prop. awl code of ruin add offered a resolution providing that general de trite shall do— at I o'clock Wednesday, and that. after deflate under the ti va minute rife, the previous quentioo he conetdersd as i^dered at 4 o'clock Wcintwday. Drot-ta w«n» nuuie against cutting off dw uieioo In  ••cli abort order, lait without avail and     f     ^    ^    _    ____  Sruari**, EXiXtiI to OTe huDd red feet aud thirtylfront, aU vary deep. Price* Z&ZfgT.« r  “    from $50 to$500 (  on terms to snit purchaser.  < anilao l>e< line* to Held.    I    es    a    -    *    *  Rpringmr imm.vHately claimed the door. tnt Cannoli fe>-lined to yield ti Can ooh then ae I Ie. I for the yeas and nay* im hts de mead for the previous qu-tion. A su the tent  numter of nwrnUr* failed    to *riso to.n     lA     w    —  the Lk-moi rntic aide) th#  I Over    KH)    Houses    and Lots  One  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 dc Sixth, 60x120, $500.  Highland Parte.  Hundred Lots ranging in size from fifty feet front  One of the nicest residence plats in Alton.  Armitas p*™  of  lh© City. Call and  sas^aa-^ ta  ^ - a -  wee  [Laughter.)  Jubilant lbs in < >*r* ta.  Th# I tem. ic re ta wars Jute lent ow their victory, ma, Hpriwgtr w— grweled by many #f bis colteagtie* aa I wing hi charge of the t.ffered a raaolaMou. which wee adopted withock objecktea. prt> • Uuig that gwiveal duhate ahaJI  t wtx*s.«i ua-W cd Jon Went Wedn—iay, after which the Cl Vie shall tai oonatderml under th* Ave-minute rule caul 5 O'.-lurk Friday, whru the previuuR qu—(loc ahaU be cnaatdcrwd — ordered.  Create l*r—od tag*.  In thu ie*tate a hill a— pmse*  •ring f luo^wu Cur a public building at__  i.ngtw, Iowa, alto bdl fi*r the —lief of -tem w«t tiers ac the pub Un lai^u At I ^ekvh th# senate resumed coaaldaratloa off the tea to pr .vid* a temporary government for the territory off Oklahoma, Urn p-^ng queskteo bein* aa amendment offered Mon day by Plumb  CAPITAL ITEMS OF INTEREST.  in different 86e list.  I Have Received a Large t'onsignmen)  uppropn  ii Bur   OF GENUINE  •»C  ■teeailed lh* (ll*— itehedal*.  Wakciruiw Cm, Fat. IX-Th* way* and uioana com mitt— have recalled th* glass sr betta ie, rmmitly pamed on. and "yr A" ^  ► ifue changa* In it One af the- incr_  the duty oo siurll glass vials to AU par coot ac en lot mi. Th# cat— on prwaaed glam and rut glaarwar.. wars recla-ifled rn that  ^     hlgte    r    rate    of    duty    woald    bv    "bargel This  trio* Munday night when ex I*r.*i.|-,»    »u    taken    be au- of the dfcv.woo,w  i SCflVot* I 'li.tM.iaM A    _     w    *    a.    .    #    ifinala    aatea    —— ak_____ .    M    a  Grover Cleveland wm vot*Hilna* a memtwr. I *»‘lan<7 was attorney for Dr. Gallagtier of Brooklyn, now serving * Hfe -ntenc* in * n  Rag Bah pfleuii In ond—voring to secure ‘ tel I a* bar's Pal—,    me I in an n  CIU*! *ii—eh that IV—uhmt Cleveland's <-oo-duct was -anfaithfaL dleh.morahle, and traitorous" Other* .pfwwed Mr. Cleviv land * edniiNaion hi m—nheiwhip.  Hilled by railing Walla Rk hnonu, Ma, Fife IX-A Ar* broke oak here at 1$ ©V lurk at agt®* In the building ae-cupi.-d by F. L K ledge m a grocery Mora Building and content were entirely d—troy-«i before the Are was brought tinder suLjao-tion A nun lier of cituen* collectwl ta the ad Joining build mg. rooted »7 Mclkmald A Kme, dry giK*J* mor>'hanta They were talking ow tbs event* of the Ar*, whee, with ut warning, th* west wall fell lo, killing undantly M p McDonald and R lf. Jackson ami aerlouMy injuring Mr* Jackson  Eek af a Neaaatteaal (Jaae.  Ufontm, lad., Feh IX-The aeamtemal Brown divorce caw, which has bsan on artel in the circuit court, wa* terminated 1W dgy, tee .terre* being granted ta Mr* Brown.  I be pontiff charged Mr* Browo with ln-lidellty. I Kit th* trial completely eicnsratea the wife Brown I* a wealthy lumbvmaa of Mfchigau CMy, and bote iwrtlm wen prominent in «>ciety cirol— Mr*. Brown. who I* a omarkaMy pretty woman, also re —ive* tile custody of the two children. The ca— created quite ■ sr ii** til rn  He sell Whew ak New Torii.  New Yoke. Feb. IX—Tbs fourteenth annual L och abow «g the Vimtmluster Kennel club tenpin Tuesday morn lag at the Anteri eon Institute building, arith probably col lect bai of dog* of ever  governinant had granted them to remain wa th* mils square to rvafe th*  th* Attest  Urn! Uw dub na* ever gotten tug—bar, Thera wa* s large attendance at the njwnmg »f th* show. The dog* ar* divided bito ITI cia—, In each of which there ar* at least a Arri aad »md prix* given, and In sr,me a third and fourth. A number at  lionet* rat— ,.n thew article* now in effect. It was eonteodrd that the An— qualities of cut gla— ware under ax let lug law ar j admit-tel at sn ad vak>ri*n rat* of duty, at a loww rate tiieu the commonest kind of gla— Th# euaeudfii—it ado).ted wa* IntKiduoed in the hofw of remedying th la.  Na rn In *t«d Ie the Na ne ta.  Wa nm Soto# GITT, Feb. ft—Th* prate darn has sent to th* senate the following nominations:    Herman H. Net wick. of  Booth Dakota, to be register of th* laad off Ace at ('ha—terhun. 8 D , William T La-Follette, of South Lakota, to be rectev— af public moneys at Chamberlain, ti. IX , Lieut OM Jeepb It Hod th. surgeou, to ha ookmel end Rurjceoo. Raj Dallas Bache, surg-m,  Jam    Cept-  FhUip K. Harvey, asstetaiit rorg»ot», to be major xml «urgeoo. Kl ret Lleul James H Htokay, Eighth cavalry, lo be—plain Rot-on4 Lieut, William J. Flynn, Rightb oar airy, to he Arte lieut—mat.  Th# Hall**-Baa laqalry.  Wsaguaros Cnm, Feb. IX-Th* era— exam Ina tiuo of I/mk Haddati wm coe ti heed Tuewlay morniac before the bouae coo un it ie* iavmtlgaUag the hatletebos forger/ To fieo. Grosvenor witness situ!It—I that iv had —Id mommy to Mr* Wood. Abnet the middle of inst October Wood wrote that he wa#rngagml in looking ap th* gun contract-that he lied awn MrLaaa, who was anxious th*t Halated ahou d not \m elected s^utor Ii* asked for f iou for himself and gv. f, r  his wlfw —yins that be could not nos h ‘bu rtqral h^hmwe> who w„ travel ng „v«  Wood  Hand-Made Oriental Rugs.  Which will be on exhibition and for tf In this week only ai mf  CARPET - STORE. -   This I* a rare chance tor,parti- appreciating sis-h goods, ax nnthta* of th—im.  hM ever twfore been shown In Alto a.    ^    *"•#»■«  A. J. HOWELL. Third |f  (NM roo tups IND Buts ewe |10 mr* $76 oa  • SSlWtS*  NM Tse ’ms*-turn  J  I  ■tate WiUu—Aaally gavs the |IV> to Mrs  tafe I  ately torn down and the builder* put arrest.  Th* Net tee Arr I* aa at Leat.  Minks*roi.i*, Minn., Felt It-Th* Jour-nsJ * Oiamherktu, H. D., special my*: Until Tecoday morning Indian Ag—I Ander** propcfc-l to eject all boomers who had — -tared the rea»rvati<Ki U—mw he ha.1 rtceiv.d otA. tai notice of th* pr—idcnt's prnclains tem. but th. notice cern., et U. .mi ti “    .    -    *..... 1  rZ£?J\Z'ST m  •**  Monday night, and th# isji isusi» w«.t of    I    t  h.~ I.    MU m<r?L’££  ■mrm <g —ectlou United Stat.-, Marshal  Fry left for Vt bde River to esrsrtain rn*  OUOflltii# of HlfttUm tb6r6 filial Ll) ii (JLgiil AII V    a. RL.. Es-    -ha      .    .  smin.il. a Se anr asis I “• ^    w.    *  Hts Cambia* Agelast tlssfsrf OIL  hntki M, Pa.. Fob IX-One at th* biggest deals In Hut history of off in— b be-big pushed la Pittsburg. Tis d—I fc  m . glnaensi Us th* nffkwrt at th* Union ami Anchor Off com (tan lee and the Battoaal Trust «Af.i|)*ny, ami tem* mm wnreM.a.day eon(kterlug s plan to bey up alt the h— neat I .rod oc«r» and start infepsud—t refiner im A |iroduc*r said: “Th# scheme which wm  targnet capitalist* Ut  We!toe New la Csssfa  Br. Is r i is, Fob. IX-The cham aft— VV al  A sritlnr who cam* into town **y« that —ch claim irnmedlately west af h—* has forty occu|innta.  rigorously jcw uNl It w— definitely aa  lii. railroad Uckrt w M  taken up between    uy t#  Windaor and Buffalo on the Michigan Cho> trai lf he remains in Canada ha is *af« uniats kidnaped  rewed Heed la a Welt Kknosiu, Wa, Fab IX-Mr* Om^m B—ry .a ptoue— of Fete wha, and well known    ____  to the oh lur r-«tdsnte was f'Kind drowned in  1     T» t Mr. Fowdietew.  Gw^Huck'»rJ*!ZZ: y     CiTT,    Fhb.    at)  iteorg* llut-k, Mrs I terry * aru-in few From hour’* fktmkxt th* bonus commit Us on  toe fort thai Mn Berry ha.1 on only her etortu na bv a strict .wet*    a.  toe* »•»    Sa (Ss Se&Xes.  A HI ase at Iirsa4 Hapl.U  Ghaki iUntie, Mirk, Fat. lf—A Arc in the I rn od Rapids Psrhw Fumfnir.. mn, laiiy’s plant tmrly lo th* mo—tag wm con-Aned br the war* bom*-, which wm .Wetruyed Ieee, FJh.ufiU; I—nranee, IIN.onu  vtlrhlgan Haeh Fall are.  Bxittok lUawute. Mick, Frb IX—11m bauk of B. rrua Rpnng| R—rte, Fntte— * Co., ptojwietork, has rig—d la loo— Th# •mWllttei ara about Uu.uyp.  the iii*:bt end wamiered arouad ami fell ar . n ,t |umpe>l into the ctst. ru Mag “  ic— ta Iii* '♦> ■, and was over  _____  Rh.- ice vex two a ax, William Berry, of Milwaukee, ami George Berry, at Chicago  ( ellspM af the Letter? acharne.  Bisti ANCX, lf. D., Feb. IX-The greet lot-tery scheme has auddeniy ooiiapae<l. without » single note of wartime Tile friends of th* UU in the bouae moved its indefinite post p.element, and mrrioi it, and ’hen ad-».ad the Banate of th* death of th* moasura.  Tit* real reason for the bxokdovn hM not irtEfinpsd  lademelt? for Swamp Loads  Wash IMOTO* Crrv. PWh IX—la the —es of the state of Il!btui* fur iiuleaialty for certain overflowed and —amp lands ta Champaigti county, which —me haff.w*. the nee rotary at Urn interior — appeal from the deciaeet of the ('•xmniasotner of the genxral land ofttne, a deoteton ha* Jute ha— reodared «u»twjnlng the ap|ssU sud holding »>-»» aff tends that were at th* dak* of th. grant un-Bt for    by r^mm ni of ihmr ivtoipy  o—Nti.rn passed to th* tent#. Th* ruling tern indemnity fur swamp temls k-wtel by warrants or e-f1|i mute he taken la tbs state who— sdch b ss— oecurred Is adhered to.  Nee re lory Tracy’s Uratltada.  Wa—INUTX.* CYrt, Fob    IX—fWwtary  Trm*T *••• Irisint feteimonlair to Lfilef Parris 4u i Howard Wright, of Um Dtstrict j Hrs dr|Ru tc- i.t and P.•Ji.'t.uian i'atteii fur the ssrrkws tltay rsn l-rwi to himsaif sod houmhold on tee monimg af kb* fatal Are at lh* —rotary's    y,„ fmteU aud  Wright tea *- rotary has afe teil K«,w4-. ftlJ>  gold watch.w, suitably laxtrtead. white Chief Prrrts will he she reript— t of sliver aarv-10#.  Ite.-epitaal I* Pee American*  Wa—IMOTX)* Cm, Fab ll - Kedteoa-tor and Mr* John lf Hand*—, of ut* souri, opeued their brown stone rwlfence ak th. hand of Hut*—to street Monday night with a rereptton to th* pan Americana The gu-U. about AV, i. i-rmG-c, ta iudtel SI PSA A—na— euugress, the dinlomaktc oorpn, the judiciary sad oongrem  ta Favor af Poe tai Telegraphy.  Wane imoto* Crrr, FWi IE Pi et master General U wtamaker appeared before toe bourn ai—mitten ow i—n.ffl.— and po— road* aa l rea l aa elal« rate statement ta favor off a system of postal telegraphy.  Killed While < resting th* Teach,  Ckaai>'TTE, Mich , Fab ll - Wh ’e crow tag ti**- Chicago ar.I O. .ni Tnml rsllr—d track in tbit town, cpl. * team of bon— and wng’ia, I.cwia h>- t»pi«r, a farmer,and Wiiiioiii ii it Jeu, both sgdd shout to years, **r* struck by ■ w*, ,t-L>(.ud lewnnr gton Momplar rn u.-t*uiiy kifeTid Ha/fen re* wived serious injur Pm  ^•''NVoridsl^  TMROW ASIDE VOI R KI EL EATERS AND INVEST I#  Garland Slides and Ranges.  Builders' Hardware a Speciality. I have Finest Line of Carpenter’s Tools in the CttyT .  Granite anil Japanned fare. .A.. Xj. FLOSS  ThW Street, opp. Belle. Telephone 22.  psi "  ii* i>»» rwaivio* * l*rg« ami rwied .took of Cloth. 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