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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - February 18, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 AXTON DAILY TELEGRAPH.  ALTON, ILL., TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 18. 1890.  NO. 211  semi mrs way.  8ome Inside History of Beekmanite Leader.  the  CLAIMS TO BE THE SUPREME BEING.  Dr. J. W. Enos' Sanitarium,  ALTON, ILL.  na KNOB announce* that he ha* entablUhed In a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the  TREATMENT OF ULI CUBIE DISEASES.  BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL.  IIM experience during many years haa convinced him that all dlaeaoe# nan be managed more suooeesfully rn an InatituUon of this kind, under the oonstant aupervtslon of the physician, and with the aid of mean* not  ot h*^ wine at command, than when the patients are seen by their medical adviser*  st intervals of several hours or days.  The position of the SANITARIUM is high, and the surrounding ars free Irani all noxious influences. It Is readily reached by the Second street horn**  tar*, and Is near the Union Depot.  Tile building is large, and arranprnent* are as perfectas is poss.b elTrow a knowledge of sanitary science and the requirements Of IBM an institution.  Electricity in all its forms; Oxygen and its compounds; Baths, Douches, Mawmir-. Inhalation, Nursing, etc., ars provided as may bs roqulred by palter min addition to suoh other fcr»atm«nt as may bs deemed advisable.  A LARGE SOLARIUM  for Sun Baths and exercise in oold*and inclement weather, etc., ito  Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and receive* bu  daflg personal attention.  IVow Open  POR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS.  For further information addrasi Or. ENOS at the SANITARIUM, corner o George and Third eta., Alton, III.  A Voting Girl Kidnaped from Mlnneapo-Ilt nail Tnkm to "Stoa**—An Ei-C’o»» vert toll. How Ilia linmr Wm Broken I'p and nimirlf ll tendered Fenell**# Paying thr 4 Mini S Par Vast. Interest fur Borrowed Money Minnkapoijm, Mi nu., Feb, 18.—-AN-ut thr*"» )'i*n itK'* Chari*** C. Whitney mum* to Mlamw|iuHi from Rockford, Itta., wh. rv ha had la "ll a follower of Urn* 1 *© Hrhwelni urtli, the lendor of tho Bankman I b s, tin I who claim* to br Jw-tif Christ. Whitely*! n»i<*-■ion to Miiiuct.j*>.i* was to srcuro converts the Bchwviu-furtIi cruel, and nowiM in rallying a band, veral of whom ive ha a commo-  iliouaK ok I rt^ dwelling at :t!M& Mix-twnriLb avenue routh wtiara Whitney ha* hie headquarter* ta amerind that Whitney controls  all the property of _____  the wonton who io*wuiro«TE (oUow him. Ile hoe lawn the mean*  Hen leat prevailed all day nm mg the Sherman Urn, who have na veral flourishing coo-gragati<m» In Bt. (lair cMinty, twenty mile* from this city. Home week* ago thwir mlnte-tor, or prophet a* they call hun, tokl them i the work! would OOI ac to aa end at Boon Bun lay. Every member of tbeawt gathered at the chun-bee early In the morning and spent the entire forenoon weeping end praying Several I ad int fainted and other* had violent «ttack* of hysteric* ami were restored wtth ttfficulty. When main passed and nothing . happen- I the excitement hogan to subside, hut the people remained at "hunch and continued their der "lion* until «unat. Then the people w»*ut to their h one* and the excitement passed away. The j«r#arber who I .rad toted th* end of the world remained at I the church praying after all hi* follower* had left    _  The Kronuuilte Society.  Pitres I so, Pa., Feb. 18,-The eighty-flfth anniversary of the BcomuuB aicWy wa* celebrated at Economy, Pa.. Monday j with peculiar amt in tweeting mrviroa Bisti-en new members, Including bu*bond*, wive*, and children were taken Into the so-ciety. Aa la th# cam of other BMOihera, the converts took vow* of celilwry and from ttiia time the hadwnd* am) wive* ohatl never more bear that relationship to flog another. Th** eociety auntlier* now, taoladffig th* bo (Wenona Huntley, Usa* than fifty perron* aud a majority of thew have roached four asop* yearn They own nothing a* Individual*, but their wealth ai a society la variously eat nested at from gift,0U0.<M) to $St\«fc,<W0.  A FRUITLESS SEARCH.  Ii.  iii  The Free Delivery of Letters in Small Places.  A STATEMENT FROM MR. WANAMAKER  of  breaking up at leant one family, where th*  (  ^ .tarted man aud wife had lived happily together f. r  rnmir niM  twenty-eight ye ir*, an I Iou, aerordlng to th* step-roothcr’s statement, klduaped a young girl ami wit her to “ /. iou, " in I took • ford, and her parent* have been unald" to remove her.  Taken to " Elon.'*  Mrs t haw and L*ti* Uha**. the wit" and daughter of Engineer Chari* Chute, of Hie Mil wanke" railroad, who Ii vie at ;t UU Rig lit-een ami a Half avenue, am til, toll the following story:    “Mr. Cham hail two chil*  dren, Lottie iud Ruth*. by the fli rt wit,.. who wee a daughter of Mf*. BiwhwB, a follower of Whitney. Lait# ie with u* but Mrs Bushnell *uci' ***lwd iii gutting Ruthl*. the I A-year-ohl daughter, to go to live at  White d Neither Mr. Chaa* nor mj+U .  arMlgh ,, ut mi amuXj   Mysterious Iil*a|i|>earaue# of a Fern, lad., (toy Since Dee. St. l*B»u, Ind., Feb. Ik—A searching |<*rty of over IOU eittaens under Sheriff Rhine* from town eerly Hundey ne)rn mg to Ami th* body of WUU# Affeidcr, who line been miming dim Dec. Bl under peculiar circumstances. At til# ane Urn# a party of farmer* made a rend.avoue at be biburg, in the western part of Miami county, and worked over ilia ground sartward to-ward Peru. The two division* own* together during the afternoon No trace of  la k«-*r*iM to a Recent Resolution In the Senate—The Hay’* Preeeedln** ta the National Leglrtnture — Another Week t« Walt on the World's Fair Map I* r—Derision of the * pee Ut Committee —W aah lag-en City Note*.  Washington City, Feb. ill.—In rropona* to a recent rwulutlon, the poetna tater gon-I rnal ha* went to the "enate a alatern nt in re-, ga rd to the free delivery sysUnn "bowing | that th# number of pine*** “having not lam than 3.UUU inhabitant*, or ab r* the postoffice* show n gram revenue of et Wart AV UUU j for the part Orosi ynr* ta »»H; tho uuintwr of pl O'** of more than 5,UUU mliaNtnnte,  , with a revenue of FT.UUO or more. MH. Them tig one will be largely fncfMMwd by the ad I (I ii tonal revenue at the dom of the present year, aud by th* natl.mal census ta ba taken this year.  What It Mould Card.  Th* postmaster g-neral estimate# that figuring three carrier* to the office R woald lh  IU Ire #1,817,040 annually lo extend the free silvery to cities cd the Amt named rlaea Figuring three and one-he lf carrier# towr* ngi" et IM Kl to each office and IU,® f«* in i< ton tnt*. It would cost |«7V,22fl U) exb**d the *v Utem to cities of tho second cr named Taking intoconntiWratWi the number of offiou# which won ll a|»ply ready for the Bervie* and hare ut nutriments, the |mrtmaster general that MB® would tw •uftictont tor the And year under the flrrt estimate and $3fiU,<*Jl under the second,  H  or In aer rethink*  Cham  lodieveil that it wa* a St pine lur a girl to be, and be went there aud toll TK hi tory that unit-rn he seat lur hants he would prosecute J bim. In*toad of ruding her bum* he fit  her to Rockford. Ilks, or people call It. We hart writ Wo letter* her, but we an* Mitre *b» never them, a* all mail ie opened before  th. mimtng fey cr hidden grave were discovered. Th* march we* gives up, and on* more hope of relieving the terrible anxiety of hi* parents or af f urn I* bing reUhbla evidence for th* ugly rumor* which ar* upon every turn’# bug us prove* fniUlmu The prominence of tbs boy’* family I* let un* future of th* case which ha* mode It the : daily «ubWet for conversation In Peru and  Return of a Wonder#*.  Kichbond, Iud., Fhh., IS—Platt Rohin-e n, a young man of ti:I* city. disappeared t  H  I. n, r* u  lrt  "* N® Mcptetnber while summering reueiv. d    City,    Minn. It wa* at flirt aupponed  it I* de- ttuit he had t***n drowned in Lake Pepin.  Uvarodhy the man who calk hi mm if Chrtet    I    Tbm R we anppnmdlhatha had    ®  “    ‘    '    *    tlieir    I    aim>*** waniterer, hi* mind affatal tqr S  ■unrtrokti His father *pmjt money a itbiNit stint marching for him, and finally the fotn-i    lly conotudi I that he wa* dc*.l Haturday  I    night th) young •«“»» •■nm* in from the west,  Not aaUsfled with having Hullo# In dutches they have attempted to take Lottie too.  Au F.a-Cwavert’* Stery.  Lottie, an Intelligent looking young girl, corroborate* the atnry. T. C. Morgau. of ISIP Franklin avenue, whoa# wife Ie now an Inmate of WhitneyV piece. I* outspoken In bi* denunciation of the man who ha* broken up bl* once b «ppy home.  **!, myself, wh* at one Urn* a convert to Bch Widnforth, end th<fight be w«a just what he profe«M*l to hi"—Christ, the Bon of tk*l My wife and I were both getting a1,mg in ynam and I thought It wa* our duty to r*e-o^n>m Ghriet if he bait really comate th* earth the ***** nit time. I hail a gi*>d tai«tn«m hero, but we "Old out and went to ‘Eton.' H, haeinfnrih received us with open arm*  aud bi* appMPMMB Bumlay morning created a usa I urn ll# had wanderwi into the Indian territory ami lex**, and back a# far aa Kansas <1ty, wb« n a fee -lay* ago his roar •un returned and he "tarted for boma  "C'lnb Roam" Raided by Women.  Th*vt«im, Ma, Pah. 1A-I*e ftonak caru-rndw* who attacked Mw saloon* in Lothrop a few day* ago, marched to Rpiokard*rtDe, i ten mile* north of hero, on Saturday night en I ma.te a raid on a “chih room," which ha# I woo o|h rated for *om* tim# by a man  ho* and Kenai*.  W auh lmow im ClTT, F'h IS.—In the house Monday, Carli#ie, speaking af th# *|.proval of the journal, mid th* Dvmocraki believed th* practice of entering name# on the journal of nisi ii lier* preeut and not voting, to he unconstitutional, and they Mkould protest againet It until th* matter could be finally and u#ct*»vely paentl Upon in another (mum, which wiwld be don# when a cam wa* made up. Ute journal wa* then approved  In lite senate Fry* from the select cum mitt** on P-M-tfk- railroad*, reported the Pacific railroad fuudrng bld, with a unanlr nyim» report from tbs committed At o’clock Blair rammed hie *|M,«h on the educational lull.    _  A Cere for Le Ort pp# tv aam motom Crrr, Feb. WL—R-preemie live adpman. of Michigan, Introduced #m* bouse a NU fur tit* remuneration of Detroit (lh jab Ian, for dieoov.ring * cir* for la gript-". The NU rocin* that this dost** k»« tnad* a notable dienuvery in Im treatment and cure of sporadic pneumonia and la grippe, which w of such a nature that ti calinut he protected by patent .iv ut ber wise, ami direct* thet he |*»id a Nank sum of rn-may ae a just ami •uitaWc remun *ratkm for his dhKMvery. which shall Im mode pub lh' fur the benefit of the psopie of the United  btatea    __  Hmm Werld** Fair CemmtMea. \TaantmmiM Citt, Keh. lh —At a meeting of th* world** fair e mimltton of the boom M*»d*y the rradutlixw of Memra Candler and Hitt providing fir discumhm and balloting on a kite for the fair wee*  Building Lots for Sale.  Corner Main and Dry, 150x120, for $00.  Eighth and Market, 60x120, - - - - $450  Ninth and Market, 50x100,.....$?50.  Bluff Street, two lots, each for - - - $150.  Alton st*, bet. Fifth & Sixth, 60x120, $500. HigrtLlctxxd. Park..  3ne Hundred Lots ranging in size from fifty feet front to one hundred feet and thirtylfront, all very deep. Priees from $50 to$500, on terms to suit purchasers.  One of the nicest residence plats in Alton.  Over IOO Houses and Lots parts of tho city. Call and  hi different Ste list.  Oorsei k Mal, I Belle street  I Have Received a Large Consignment   OF GENUINE  Hand-Made Oriental Rugs.  Which will be on exhibition and for aal* Ibis wnnk only al af  OARPEST ■ STORE.  This la a mr* chance for porn ho appreciating suoh good*, ae nothing ag W*JHm1  hoe ever tie fur# tmeu shown In Alton.  A. J. HOWELL. Third St.  ZZ teM rn .mr milton wa# to *«rk tor th.    ^  named Davta. ItevW wa* out of town and     op    mtrr \ %     after    coo*!,    leva    hie    dtecumxm.  ir/Ut no KINDS AM) sun ivwll )at rot*}  TM* *W.w<"l  RI UU Tim ’lux-son,  RESOLUTIONS  UNANIMOUSLY ADOPTED'  By tie good Citizens of Alton anil Vicinity Iicliiing Uacoipie aal Jersey Cutties.  WHEREAS, It has Pleased Ids Royal Nibs,  with th© Good People of this ‘FOR LOI” then© Many Years after  To remain  Inaugurating a System     an< *  Sharp Competition. Be it therefore,  Lord. and that ha wa. the Lord. Wa pf#* bade, MLv«-1 him Wa .^lemvl a ra*t*u-:a*tln Ruckfuni, Ilia, and I followed the liuttiHW cf »-l log bu IM corn.  Oeve t> All to K#»iwrl«f*rth.  For a lung tiute we made an average of I TU per mouth above our #x|icm#w, every i-eot of M b et) had to be lurn-vl ov«r to K* h* intonSi. When we went Into hu«- nnf  J borrowed l-IUO in cash from Bcbwem-furtb and pal-1 him Intel*-"! at the rate of 8 UHT cunt, ;u»t th* mw to I would nay other man, aud vben I a*k<«l hun lf that was th# way In which th* Lord did business, be an "wured that H wna I pnid him back the moumj After awhile our t«u*tn*m rom-meiiroil to fall off Bad It looked a* lf we would iMKWBte a eharga rather than a benefit Ut Hchweinfurth. He knew we had form- rly t«wm In tMteinnaa in Minneapolis, and he hlid that we would have to go back aud earn living for ourselves I bed a hone and wagon which I used la my basin*** that I a lid for ?■•*>. The money I turned over to lh*. Lord. When I darted for Mtiui*-apoUe wtth my wife Bchwrtnfurth gave me Inland that wa* every cent I had In th# world except mute mal estate in this city abidi I had  Bot surrendered.  Ilrwkr Awm, hon* th# f aith.  Hchweinfurth ap(mintod Whitney lit* ii- for Minneapolis, and WTd’nay rn th# Christ for IlmneajKilu now. Ile awtuuioe aln#.lute i * * ut r* ti of all his J* opK on-1 tl»#y believe be u tl.e Bopreiue B** ng. He d-i*w (j.,t q|liww t ii#U) Ut rend Iii# n#e*|M.i"*r» or to eurratftoinl with outside parMto H* threaten* tho*,- who duad ay bon with eternal damn*Don, and to Implkltty do they beiiev# that he coutrob their hereafter t list he is never disobeyed, ttalv** **wn* out* like my-lf or the ei^ht other* who l»*ve broken away from him ruahae tit" fact that he la not what ha claims to be. My wife and I lived to- C rth"r ham ily I"    twroty-rtght    yearn  When I hr-Ae away from th# faith I U.«l to  broke u(s* th# doom and threw jugi, tot ll**  ami keg* with tilter coo I est* Into the terete. The stock wa* small and wa* soon deposed of la the aam* manner a# at Lathrop. Ro attempt was mad* to interfere with th# work - f th# crusader*, but th# owner of tlw building ha* engaged lounml to prosecute tb-m. _ _     _ ____ ...  That Trick, Naturel Ga*.  GKKCMHBCHtl, Pa., F*L ll—About 7 o’clock Saturday morutng. whfla a number of men were drawing the p4p# from the cfd Brown wall, at Orapevtlln, wldch hwd Beaume dog fed up with «nH, IB# (ti, which had town tout off by th# snit, suddenly and with a roar like thunder come (rn. horKag Chauncey Ut Ila and Wa# pip# up through th* derrick aud injuring Mr. PHI*, It Is thought, fatally Dr. Wakefield and a number of oth rs who were clote by were aho badly hurt, Dr Waktelted being thrown fifty tote. Th# «Wrick wa* eatirtef ilotnofiehed.  It wa* derided that the rhainuan should re puH to the house a sui atli UU. nwHotiua  Bi Tiding for dkruerion on th# two Nib on urelay and Friday, and balk.ting on to# wilection of a site on IDmday next  It# a. or rat Ic rinks l*r*|»rl*| f« r  Work.  Wahhimutoh OTT, FVL IK—Th* execu-ttv* rommtttee of the National Association of Democratic Clnl* in*t at toe KbtiiR house bare to perfect pion* and map out work for the coming presidential conli wig n. The committee od-^ted a rem hi boo to oo-("MT*tx Wtth the Iksrotrrattc eongrsetenml ouaimittee in tis work in the forthcoming campaign.  Hesvetar, Tror, *t His Desk.  W aaH i Mort im Crrv, Fab Bi- - Secretory Tracy cam* to the navy deportment Monday morning for toe first tim# Man* th* - ~    ‘wii    weeks  th* active  dreadful calamity at bs home ago. He at once entered up* diM'liorge of bkt dutLe ami dl»potte*d cow-tederaUe hueinre*. muoh whioh haa been heki up durum bb absence.  get h. r to go with rn#, Nit sh# was tinder th# influence af Wbitnwr, •» t *h*l would now lie a happy Itom* I* brob' u up  JOINED THE MORMONS.  Til* WI**—ta Central In  Mi ms KA roue, Mina, Feb. Ut—A speteal to th# Tribune from Asb land, Win, my*:  Another «nok bae oocurrwl on to* Wleom*-ten Central, tbs third within a weak. Th* through freight was nearing Mellen Junction 'uaday and wa* running at * high rat# of etiewl over n high treat!*, who th# truck or th* fourth oar from the engine  broke down, and the eighteen cora, mutely I rotary    Blaine,    and    aspect*  enpttoa,  w ‘re throwu into to* rev loo.    Woohtngtou    FriUy moi a lug  Luckily no Un* were lost nor any on# in-  juiwl. Tlic wrident occurred between Mo. ria and Peuokes.  llarrtsoii's Htnksi, Trip.  WAKHtMoTim CWT, Feb. IK—The prote-dent will bar# here Wednesday morning for Pittsburg to attend th# opening of th* free library ouoated to that city hy Mr Androw CarmgDa He will be accompansed by Private Hocretary Halford, and probably Beele bs back in  Had Treat went  RESOLVED, That we Com—ltoar Ow**  Interests, when In 'Yeed of JlV.Vviuii i\ti CLOTHING, HOOTS, SHOES, FURNISHING  and DHY GOODS, to Call on  THE GLOBE.  AND BE IT FU KTH ER  That in order to keep bi* RO\AL  RESOLD ED, »».->» ■ — ----- -    .    .    *    i    *«iii    v  awhile longer we all of na agree to aend tnt' J •*!  1  ‘ itnirva A. HILDEBKAM). for all their iiood Looda at ^    »  that a Copy of thin be aentto THE t»LOBE.  NIBS with ut •aid W M. and  CITY OF ALTON AND  iS.  Committee.  A IhrllllHl at ary sf th*  ut Convert*.  Bikmimuh ah, Ala., Fab IK George Preston, of Oaf county, Ala, returned botn* a few days ago from Utah. where be went tm months ago ** a COW vert to M* >r-uu.nism- He bib a thnlUag d.u-y cg th# treatment of aonverte by the Mormons wlwu they reach Utah. He says th* women «*v#rt* ara marrtet to elder*, who In m.rt rases have three or four wive* already, and lf tut offer the slightest protest or raabtr they are flogged or oth*rwlae punished 1.1»til they submit Th men who b« tea  w . in-est homes awl farm* **• rowpalbd to give Hp all the money they have toi the Sw to and thee they ara tun#* adrift to live as bent they eau.  a tale MW WM* Aw*,.  Preston and hi* young wife were eonrsrtod to Mormonism al »«t * yter ago by two e*d-,,r# who w< re | rtswly’tng *u riay cc.unty, They add all tbev bai an t we rn to I toto pr# t tGi i«v« biM    fr**m    biia    .  Mel carried to Snit lube t ’dy. ha thinks, Nit te* na* never able to find any traa* of her He ab ti** ii by t to vat* a-owmnlled to give i in* church a1* th# iwm**y be bad, st" ut I***. ; end then to* Was told to* must l<»ok out for j I t :mrlf. H" "tarted horn- I bree month" ago u*A worked bu way hack,  Fspacted IB# Rad of the WsrW.  BnaiJKUAM, Aln., Feto IK—Intern* nx*  Ute With 400 tMBkSMa  Hah Fbai«oi»co, Feh IK- Sydney papers which arrived by steamer report th* arrival there Jan. » of the vessel that mad* a fruit-less MStrcb for the large ia***ogw •Namer  I tut airy, which it sms fearol had founder #d to th# recent typbooe In th# China sea. Ko trace of th# missing vmml wa# ft ai od, and there Ii odw ho tfouM th*! A* «nnk witli hor OX) Chines* isteeeog^s and crew. The only trace of tow ever aeon were floating bundles cd rattan Dial formed part of her cargo.    -  Th* Den tiles Olv* a ii we suet.  Halt Laxk City, Utah, Feh. JA—Judge Powers, leader of th# recent moomsfal nn«-Mnrmoa muutnipnl elect iou ontn|ialgn, wa# given a banquet at the Walker Horn# Batar-<isy night. One hundred twointoete ciHsens w, rn guests, ludo ling •overmxr Tboraea Justle Kan# and *tb*»r oflkdais Judge wa* presented with * #h*cb for * leetiuiouial from buetneee men  Chief  Pow.-re M.0U0  Th# LssfSlUn Po., lunk Rxhber,  WaaniauToa Crrr, Feh. IK—Urukw the orders of Bank Examiner Green tile Lincotn National bank, which wa# pbioderwd by Cashier Bard and F. W. Hull, bae oh "ted (to doors. Th# defalcation, whtrh rn at first reported to be Iwtwweu fl^uio and ftto.UOO, to now said to be muoh Urger.  ■ od# ern Adverse Report.  Wash ut of" »k CITY, Feb. It—Th* ertiat# oummlttee on poshdttee# and port nerts baa reported adversely th* Nil rrteodiug the franking privileg** to histonrat suctettes aud the Nil repeal eg th# law wk uh permit* th* printing if r»*turn ri qutwto mtrnvelopea  Fetltlow t* F#*#leu Ariwy Fersea.  Wash i mil" is (TYY. Feb. IK —ffennta* Blair prmntol to th# amate M *»<l*y a peti-ttoa *tgn*«l by Sb.UOk cttisso* praying for th# pensioning of army nurse*  The Farwell €)•■**«•*#•«*•# R« »erl  Londok. Felt 18 -Th# Pan Mall Canette, disr-uming the report of th* Parnell eommt#-hon my* that tbs ministry would willingly report  TEBOW AAI DE YOUR FUEL KATERS ANE INVERT IN  Garland Slows and Ranges.  Builders' Hardware a Speciality. I have the Finest Line of Carpenter’s Tools in the City.  Granite iii Japanned Ware. A. L. FLOSS  Thinl Street, opp. Belle. Telephone 22.  After the  w"»m) ara utoaand a1 th# Improved opportunity bury that report fathom* dewp^ low tfforTTfo/ specqUw-m and boom* '    of    Attorn*    General    VWIwter, rn to  ra! Off th* Train **4 DUA.  Moony Laurel, Pa.. Feh. IK—A wrth dr,wrrI man, about 80 years old, quarrel**! with iii* ooodnckF of th# late Itehtgb Va* ley tram Saturday night, and Was I-ut off Ute tram at Ijuxmrtte switch, osar hem Aa hour later bl* horribly mangled body waa pi. k*d up a dmrt distant from the statluu end br»*ught to an Mndortaker*# ertabluih-meul, where it still waits ideuUflcatkm.  Klagle Laud taa Party.  Bouton, FvK IK—On* hundred and fifty voters met in Well* Memorial hall aud or* gams*"! a ated# oeutral ooainittee of a Bingle Land Tax party for th# purp«.M*f of taking peart urn) p. .bt bal action on th# question. x M unite, of char leek-WB, was «lw*ted ctiairmao mid Levi 8. Turner, of Cam* bridge, secrffary.  kous* of commons last week, however, K is ton to ma how they nan avoid making a declaration of the suhjaO. The  m y% tost th* minister* ha I better muasle the atue-ney gon#ral rn "i-#*«ldy «* |«otelbto, a*, th* tonger he to permltwri to i^oak, the more difficult it will bed ewe for them to da^d# what disposition to make of to.' report. The nnntotei * cannot poesiNy ignor# it  Kugineer ae4 llrskeusaa Killed.  Chattanooua, Tea*.. Fib. IK—TW Cia cl ii natl Houtbern freight trains Kc*. ll sud >15 collided at Melville. Tmn., thirteen mllea from hers, at 7>« p »> KeDirday E ijln»#r ll. Crow of tram Ko. IS and Urakoiuan Willis** Graj of train No. ll were killed Th# ue>fiatm wa# .WU**.! by tits mndi*# 1 *o# of the toginon, whn foiled to Sag train Ko. .I  SPRING SUITS.  I nm now rucoivlng a largo and ran od atook of CloUia, lo ail tie prevailing nhaden. for Spring Suita, whioh I am prepared lo rn ak a up ta tfce  . _ 8h.iona.bIe yles,  GfAKANTKKINO  Most  A Perfect Fit  Reasonablt Rates Complete  aiid  Satisfaction.  H.C. G. Moritz, 112 Third st.  II. A. 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