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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - February 26, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALTON  ELEGRAPH  VOLUME  ALTON, ILL., WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY  1890.  rniun! nu urn pin  inAiNuLrjU ainu iall  The Former’s Resolution Censuring the Latter.  80ME STRONG WORDS IN THE SENATE  I XU Bt rf »W,UUU f ew Bfttltt-  Dr. J. W. Enos' Sanitarium,  ALTON, ILL.  nu HNOfl annouiKH'* that he ban oatxblUhed In a building purchased for the DE. BKU”    pur    pone    a    HAN ITA RI UM for the  BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL.  in. experience during many year* haa convinced him that all dleeaam eon be managed more auoceuefully  m An  institution of this kind, andor the ouinumt euperviaioii of the physician, and with the aid of moay iii wise at command, than when the patient* are seen by their luminal  at, intervals of levers! bourn or da) i.  The position of the SANITARIUM la high, and the HurrouniMnK  mea ne not other advisers  are free  from all noxious tnfluonces. HlsreadUy tasked by toe Seoond street horse oar", and is near the Union Depot.  *The building Is large, and arrange monte are aa perfect ae is possible from s knowledge of Ham tar y science andthe requirement of such an Institution.  Electricity in all it forms} Oxygen and It compounds; Baths,  Massage, Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided as may be^ *>*' Hents, In addition to suoh other treatment as may be deemed advisable.  A LAROE SOLARIUM  For Sun Baths and exercise in cold and Inclement weather, etc., Is  Each patient la thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, andrsoeives  daily personal attention.  Now Open  FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS.  For further information address Dr. ENOS it th® SANITARIUM, corner of Georg® md Third it®., Alton, III. _  IL A. HOFFMANN,  100-102 Kant Second Mf  HOLI AWEST# roll  Cork  FlrebackH  “QUICK ME AU'  /Vises  Warranted  UA SOLICH  ((JI Stoves to Last Five Years  Tile Resolution Finally Referred to tho Committee on Privilege# and Election#  —Wlndom'a Argument Ile fore tho Hon## C«in»’{« Committee to ltohnlf of  HI# Silver Hill—Chicago World*# Fair Delegation ut (Ut- White Honoe.  W a sui NOT' t'rrr, Fob, Mi—In the senate Tuesday a number of bill# were reported from committee and p aced on the calendar. Aim'Ok thorn one to authorial tho purchase of gold and silver bullion anti th* ibm of treasury note* in payment therefor. (The bill directs the purchase of silver bullion to the amount of    a    month, and of  such gobi bullion as may be offered, and tbs beme therefor of treasury notes, and it re-|«Kil# th** law directing tbs coinage of 2,(XX),OU) silver dollars per month) Beck said th* report from the Ammos committor was not gnat: boons, that Its wa# opp*wed to it CiiuUtri * Resolution of tv ii# a re. Chandi* r's resolution censuring Call for tnnertiug in Tbs Record word# that had not been spoken was aahed up and 8herman moved its reference to the c.»mmitte*on privileges and election* Call stated a# a matter of personal privilege that Th** W*#h ingtdn Post contained an article with the bend line “Call’# Bittor Remarks. He Blipped a Paragraph into The Congree dona I Record." That, Call said, was a fal»*hood.  He bad slipped nothing into The Record that hail not been In substance uttered. He gave notice lo the senator from Saw Hampshire, who had arraigned him bere by the resolution that bs (Call) would arraign hint ^Chandler) before the senate and Would <ie-mend an investigation by the commute* for making an accusation that was un tora.  Rough on Chandler.  The remarks of the senator proved that hi* knew the accusation was not true. He (Call) would convict tbs senator rn evidence of his own that Im did hear and know that be had attend on the fluor of tbs senate sn brian* ttally the whole of tbs charge contained in tho paragraph. He would not a.-k tbs censure by Ila* senate of tho senator from New Hampshire, but would leave bim bi the Just  Bintent of public opinion fur having b* ard (Lairs) remarks and having had neither the courage nor tbs manhood to moot them.  The Dignity of the Senate.  Hherman declared that tho rules rf the senate had Just I-cen violated by the senator from Hurl. la in as woe# a manner as he had ever wiuawawt Th# Record would show attal the senator had saki arui he hujisd th** committee would examine Ii. " hen the senate rf to* United Mtato# cann* to wit h a condition that the word “noward" could Ie applied el a senator and that a -mator routel be charged with stating anything falsely it seemed to bim that the senate wa# receding from the dignity which bed distinguished it from th* foundation of th# government.  The Devolution Disposed Of.  Call said that if he had violated any of the rules rf the woste by any ohsurvattoos he had made he withdrew them ami a pol** glued to the srmAs. After further dl#eu»-th* resolution was aant to the committee on privileges ami elections.  The senate paased a number of unimportant bdb awl at X o’clock resumed ilebate tai the educational bill, and Coke addressed the senate,  ll OU MI proceeding*.  In th*? bouw* a number of bills were passed arter which th# bouse went tab* oumawttoe of the whole on the Oklahoma bill.  country to ally.  Tim silver bill to bs reported by the senate committee on finance is understood to to in hbnpc for action by th# committee It has been drawn up after consultation with the senatorial advocates of free diver coinage, and they have agreed to accept and support it. Tbs prtnci|»al feature# of the hill are said to I* those: The seer,*tory o*Mm treasury is authoi teed to increms* tbs* SsrehM rf silver billion from ®t,(KJ0,QJU to RS'JO.OUO a mouth The requirement in the preeent law that the coinage of silver shall ba at the rate of not tea* than $2,IXX),uO a month in stricken out The secretary Is also author lad to purchase gold bullion ii* unrestricted quantities. Upon this foil and silver bullion the treasury »holl issue treasury not. s in such denominations aa he shall see At, to tm redeemable in lawful money.  * x tm ort  PLUM m A Ul lin.  Frightful Railway Wreck Near Vincennes. Ind.  THE ENGINEER AND FIREMAN KILLED.  Building Lots  lox*  lite Direct Tai Bill.  Waru maTox City, Feh. if* —A favorable rep sri on the direct tex bill wa#order**I to be made by the house Judiciary committee at a marling Tuesday. Caewell was di-r cc tad to make the report to the hones. I he bill waa not amended, and all rights to make minority or snbstttnto report* wi t# rearrv d. Oates, rf Alabama, will probably suhedt a# a substitute his UU for refunding th# ooMou tex. The bill as ii will hi* ref .or ted to the house, is based on the confer#!** report ob the meaiurv.  Their Dead Bodle# Found fader IN Reglue la the Mad and Waier-Tarvlble Accident la Mesleo Caused hy the Buretlag of a Dan# -Thlrly-Four Live# tot#!— Three Mailer* Washed Overheard and Drowned.  Kvaksviixx, Intl., Fob BV—The fast immenser I rain the* left hero st midnight Chicago was wrecked above V means* by |  A Hatch of NosnlnaDon*.  Wa am koto* Cmr, Fab. XA-Tbs prs** dent baa sent to the senate the folk;wing  nominations: Harold NL lewoll, of Maine, to be consul general rf U>e UaK'd Rtote# at Apia. To ba consul# rf toe Untied Stat**!  H. W. Andrew*, of Ohio, at Hanhow; John Fowler, of Marne**hua»tta. at Nhkgt>o; KT. B. MnfTrswrj. of Michigan, a! Valparaiso, J A Twalls, of Pennsylvania, it Nap***. Robert JC. Pearw iu, rf Ultou*^ to be apl raiser of tnrrcbait'lies in the klt.trlet rf Chicago, Ills.  the washing out rf a culvert. The whole train, excepting a sle**p**r, went toto the ditch. Tbs passenger* were bud y *hak.*n up and quite • number injured. Th** I od ie# Engineer Albert Lyon end Fireman I/outs Bowden inc* token from the wreck. Th** names of tome Injured, so far a* ar# W IL Cole#, expresa nww#m-l.i nUed; W W. Cooley, conductor, badly toJured. Brakeman I Lamber* ta mualug. and it is feared It* is to (hr wreck.  Coat# of the Ai-cldcr v-The accidaut wa# i awned by tbs giving way rf a bridge ever a small etrveun. The whola train cxi-epting tho stasper went toto the water aiel mod. The retnatoe rf toe serin-flrsmaa were found undsr the en-gtaw hi the mad and water. A wreaking lr ain h now af work at the seem* of the so-aideoV. U B net now thought that tbs death ILI will be tocrsaaeii  to  Th* rf*  The Adult oration of Lard WAHR moron CITY, Fch XA—The amate  committee on ugricullur# gave a hearing to A. J. VV adder buro, i "presenting the Na Monal Orang., on toe proposed prevent the adulteration rf lard torneys of a number of tord «•**«» pan ie# w«w prawn I. At the time Into* rf Mr. Wadder-burn's remarks, Ute committee announced that ao more ursd bearing# would to given but Uiat attorn ya could file their argh men t a  The World'# Fair Bdl.  VV ash Durn* CITY, Feh 2d.—The world's fair oomuuttss rf tbs bowse wbi boid a meat tog soon for Mw purger rf maktug such cluing!* as ara neosseary to the g.n.rai si* Hist it wlU provide fie- lauding Mm at Chicago. The section providing lur fair fund will also be changed to not U wish.*# of the sub* ribore to the fund.  MU  fair  Corner Main and Dry, 150x120, for $00.  Eighth and Market, 60x120, - - - - $450  Ninth and Market, 50x100,.....$350.  Bluff Street, two lots, each for - - - $150.  Alton st*, bet. Fifth 4; Sixth, 60x120, $500. Highland Parlt. Hundred Lots ranging in size from fifty feet front to one hundred feet and thirtyffront, all very deep. Prices rom $50 to$500, on terms to suit purchasers,  One of the nicest residence plats in Alton.  One  G«lll#toa et Freight Train*.  Praus, Ula, Feb. VB —Two freight Ira ilia en Lbs Lake Brl* and Western railroad owl  toted at Hilt**, a small teens shoat two at tee    vast rf    Md#    city,    abowt    • BJ  clock to th# morning U*wd Brakeman    Sea junto    was toeteutlj  ktiini, and    to.    Ixaly    MUI  i».i*o tbs arrack. J. G. Hall, another brakemen, was terribly injured and will lose  on#, and perhaps both, of hts lags. The ro-g Ut err# aud Alumen rf both traio# escaped lo,m y by Jumping from their sn  -1  th# crew raJde st Lafayette, lad.  All  A MOUNTAIN OF WATER.  Ro-J ii nu. Guttering, Sjenittng at l*ow '    Jandwly  RESOLUTIONS  UNANIMOUSLY ADOPTEDr  By till  Good Cilizens of Alton and ViciLity  MS Imp  Jim Coitus.  WHEREAS, It lins Pleased bi# Royal Nibs  I* rear iliad to lh* Fraaktent.  Was II I aor*»!« CITY, Fab kfl - ftenator CuHorn and Iteprseantativa Lawler saecrted Ute Chicago world's fair .totogati * to tbs While Htms# Tuesday morning,andpr«#*wt*»l them individually to th# prmldwik The totter congratulated them upon th* their endeavors in tbs boost  Over IOO Houses and Lots parts of tho city. Call and  in different see list.  Horse! & Mid, SIO Belle Mi  ALWAYS AHEAD  of  Th# I .a port allan of Cigars.  Wahhihoto* City, Wv xx - A«#i*iuitt Hoc re tary TtabrBor has roafflrntod the treasury dociaion that cigar* can not legally bs imported through th* mall  Nows of a Tarrlbte Disaster la Old Mas I##—Mea, I-Iva# Last.  Para xix, A. T., Fab. XA—A ourtvr Just arrived from Mw lowor dam cm Mw Hama-yarupa mr iwporta that a trau>»udoua mouataia rf water ciwua down th# Ha»u yampa at I o'siuck Saturday morning and Malt thirty-A>ur luau Inst their liven Thirty on* rf Mw victims wen* whiten and three Chinas* Th# courier rap irta that th# town of Wickenburg la aafa The him of IM* tbs valley bet ween the town and tbs dam will probably not be known for some day#, but the number rf victims may pcaeibly reach thirty or fiery The courter my* that th# upper dam mrfowbtodty hroka Th# valley h Inhabitwl prtorfpally by Mexican mln*we and ranchmen Halt rivar ne# seventeen f«*t to fifteen hour* an*t the ralirond brhica acron. It I# waahcl away. Half a mile of track on the lank rf til# river I# gone. Telegraphic communication ha# been interrupted, hut a wire wee placed scrum the river Sunday night  With tho aim of Leading in my Line HunincsH I have Received a Large Stock of.  of  BYZANTINE RUGS  SOUTH DAKOTA SOLON8 MAD.  A.  To remain with the Good I <*>pfe> of thto Vicinity “FOR LOI” these *' ltt,, L    V.ul  Inaugurating a Hyatom    *®  Sharp Competition. Be it then Tot .  CoiiHiiIt our Own  RESOLVED, That we -IntorcHtH. when Iii >e**d of CLOTHlNft BOOTS, SHOES, rt KNlniii.vu  and DBY GOODS, to Call on  THE GLOBE.  AND BE IT FURTHER  RESOLVED, That in order to    ^aUl'wiT  awhile longer we all ot us agree to send    J*    , .  w  l*ttlC E8, ami  A. HILDEBRAND, for all their    bootle    at    I.uvv    r  Good Gooda that a Copy of thto be aentto THE GLODE.  WINDOWS SILVER BILL.  Ha Tall# of the ObJwtl### to aud Bear fits af th* Measure.  Wamhkotos Cm, Fete. JU —Sorratary Wtodom made an argument twfore Mi# hoaa# coinage committee to behalf rf hie silver toll He declared himself a strong friend rf silver and anal ha eras anxious for *rwn« nu##*ure to advance its vain*. He dented Ow charge that the UU was a makeshift brought forward to dr faut some otter mane-ore, and asserted that it was framed to inset, to th# heat way he could der!**, the prwrot gfr-oMai condition of Mea country. Mr. Win-dom then took up to their order the objections that have been .■aie^d again* hi# bilk To meet the dilHoulty rf excluding foreign orcs he had prepared an amendment provid-lug that all imported silver cote ami bullion and IU products shall be stamped with the word "tore***."  ('•arr* of th* Krcrrtary. Otmcernlng theobjectino to the eection au-thortstog tte* wcrvtery to *u*pmd lh* receipt rf #ilv#r bu Hide when he Is »atisfleii Mat its  el# arbiirary, the secretary said that hr Mum it was thought this wa# a danger-(>u# discretion to h* l>*lgei in aa oAetoL toe* b# waiib-l to say that, a- far as the -peentours power and the ImluownmiU to toe eecra-tary U» WB it for that purpose ar# eooeanicd, ti,,, powers Mw wwrotery now baa are greater Mian thorn conferred on bim l»y th# bilk K..r .anding tow the ^ary crnW put th# prk* rf a*iv«r up or «U»wu. He mid he did md believe a caw Mca#*iuUng a resort U. tho p*wr w.wfel arise, yet it was wail for tte- gov-Tiiuiwit to knva thia authority, lf  th. Ut! pa-M-i th# price rf silver wwMd, to bia.i.mkm, advance ateaddy ami rapidly. T»|U would bt* th* na!lira* rwattlt of th* opeew-lion rf Mn* t dl Au ex silent feature of this diatYctiouary pow** vented i« th# emretsxy would *-» It" ilct-rrsBt •« •pvculateon hi #u-»er nod it w^ with ref#r«mw to preventtog MIU rather Man wiUi any expoctaUon rf uaiug It that it had h#*m prop*»*aL Henaflt# el lh* BHL  Iu Mwakiag to th# rf.J***  Uk * 1 t! ‘”  bU1  mad*; a conun -ilty rf Miver th* **cr*tei7 aal I b# Mi- u;bt thb wa# a acntmmnlal ob-  te-Don H • pnrpoe# ***  1101  *° ’W 1 ***  Wlv#r, hut b. bring It up as n*arl> a* ba 0Mlkl to aa equality with grfd. Thee# wa* i„, doubt that #Uver rf tot# jmn had leprw Oistel in vain# and that gobi bad appre-rtatel, but iii bu JndifWueM the praaent bdl would rara# iy that trouble H# was ccn-vi»»c#d that M # ttmaeure w*.uH inert tel th# DM* u rf th# ut nut ton with*ait #ngro*i#rtog th# iutorvete rf th# country, awl w-aihl ate ■Lab th# lurplu# rf sliver ai. I thereby put up IU price certainly and rapl.liL  III •RNBWt^r lo r i|ifcBiitioil ICf* WIm*MI (MBB tbrrv would not I- any reaamabto obJectooB In inc' rfing gold in lb# Aret    **  NIL To ten-fit th# totermt rf th# diver unriu wr# wa# not th# oaly motive to the Wit He thought Mw wtowt raiser* rf th*, c* wen try were more laten et# I than the #Uv#r  They Had I* ill la Their Heat# Becaiwe They Coaid Mat Adjourn.  1*1 KH tut, K IX, Fete id —There was no »*#-■loo rf th# senate hon* Monday on account of the fact that no quorum calid leote tallied. Saturday night, Feh. «, meoilwr# rf the senate erraugtd togo home, to br gone over Sunday, leaving coly Meanly three moult<er« behind—Jato enough for a quorum.  On the roll can Monday morning Just twenty-two nu-nMier* ansaBra>1 to their  Hair**. The errgoeot-at-arma waedieiwlchwi  for the alewnt riieiabera, when it aa* dtecov wed that all but ooe was alaant. Thia mem brr waa found to had sad jai I ted out and taken up to the capitol the senate was then called to order, and after the Journal wa# read (ha body preceded to boatel*#, lait a point of ocdar wa* raised rf bo quorum.  A Matte* to Adjourn.  Upon Investigation it waa found that a roam!-cr bad left Mw hall and therefor* bo turin ow* could he d<>o*- Tim arms was dispatched again. •«*  rooWI  “rf find th# miming number A motion to adjourn WM made, Nit the lieu tenant gm amor said the renal# cmld Bd! eiijeurn without a quorum in ibis cam th* nemo ber# had to si! to Mu ir eaato all day and that* WM a great deal rf Bunning and #ereartng, hat th*, lieutenant governor cacas iced firm „.l lh# wuetoa ronUmml until ft o'rfock I. toe evening, wlwn tho tmto cam. la, a»d Immediately th# return tog mn*tare were arrested by the sergeant at-arms **d taken to the capitol, and the* the eeemta ad>a«wd .mill a prrfnetoti rf sure**.  Cos vialed es Clrenmelaartal Rvldwee.  WATVMMTM, Pa. FWb SA—A story wee current that George Chw*.  lh * <v>n*lemiied murderer, bal taken poison, but th* rumor is denied by the Jell <dtl teia. The govern or has refused to further respite th# man, ■nJ be will handed. Clark w*s very uus Monday Work ha# oommwinad on the Id CUrkh wife arrived Mea day Hie falbcr Ims sent word that be wilt tod Clark wa# cwuvieted cm clrcmnetaatial evP den * and the people are about    ' U ‘  vt. b«l as to his gut ll Bheriif 'h-dwin, fearing trouble, ba# telegraphed Motor*"' lw*av«r to urd*T out a iv«nm«y rf National guards to guard the Jail  MrtnwMl to Try the River l ead I aes#.  Kout Donut, la.Fnh It -Judge W «ar«r, In the tirtrb I wert her# Monday, recused to try any cass* ar'ai ag from th# river land lunation He ray# that WitU the #uB brought by MIC United 8toto. attorney gen era! i. wit *1 any further Inter fan .»«• the settler# would be parsec®Moo.  The Latest in he Market, in all Sizes and Colors, A FINER AND BETTER RUG than the SYRMA RUG, at the Satin Price.  The Citizena of Alton and Vicinity are Cordially Invited lo Call and Examine tbeue RI GS. I am not afraid of an Inspection of their Quality.  HOWELL.  JIL. J.  urn 708 IMM 1x0 tuts nee I'Os# i*|75 od.  f~» •#-##»*  iii, Min i#<i 1 a»w #*a.  Marted late Bterwlty.  PrrruBcao. Pa., Feb. XA—As th* w^t Wmn I Nlcket Plate passenger train reached the great bridge over W ai ii ut cruel the engineer .aw a bm ti etanding to th# rnhidie rf Hie ell uctura The train was running at Mw rate of forty nillea an tour, end to reverse it on the Iridic# would ber* toijwrllod the lives of Me HJO pnM-ngera. Although Mw* peer to flow on the track #»cod wringing h» hand* hi agony th# trave man at «h* lever kept on an,I writ one man toto Horn tty, preferring thia al rruatiw to    ling    Mw live# to hi#  ktaptog.    __  Washed Overboard end Drwaneri.  Gum-rrtTRH, Maaa, Feb. ®b-Hchoouer Marion 0. Grime#, from Oeorgrf banks, te-mrte Feb. It. while at anchor duriog a heavy gale. Timothy O'Cmumll. rf «hri tmrna. B. A, Atiram Fra*lw, aud Atman (terrier, rf A rte hat, C R, while furling Me* Jib war a washed overboard try a heavy see and drowned. Th* three were unmarried and tea re parent* to th# province*.  TIROW ASIDE YOUR FUEL HATBHfl ANN INVEST IN  BUTCHER DUBOIS ARRESTED.  Mi* Markers  •cene ta the  House fWhere Tusk Flare.  Qvsmu, Feb. IO.—Rudolph Dabtria, rf Bt. Allan#, who murdered hU wife, his mother In-law, and bl# two children, las bean ar-r«ite.t ne wa# Nan I coivoaaied to eon*# betorn, ami bbl arm# ani fast ware badly fro*rn. Th* boue* to which the qu*dru|4# murder waa oummiltol prewmta a shocking wwcteolu Go the    Us# the tilmsiing  Kdy rf Mrs Guinda, the wife rf the uinr .teror, ami tie* oori»* rf Mr* Thit*ult, aged n> r>«n The skulk are eruahed ta and the bud*, ere parttolty dtoummlMWl In toe bedr>aim are the rsmabi# rf the two fit tie ch Mr a Their    mn absolutely beckcl  to lite va, an*) th# tw»«* wa# entirely he-twtedwi Jorfonsy is tai I to have lawn the BioUve far the horrible crime  Marland Stoves anil Ranges. ^  Builders’ Hardware a Speciality. I have the Finest Line of Carpenter's Tools in iheiCity.  Ute iii Japanned Ware. A. L. FLOSS  Third Street, opp. Belle. Telephone 32,  Rh  llllaet* BepehlkMM#*  KrillxuriKiJi, Uh., F#b. M -As im  en t enthueiaatic oouvwtio*  I Jin ir**** dubs rf Jillicito  u#..    #__kl?  of Republic    ___culled    to    ort  Muocni TuMday by W. W Trrny, Mw PtmI-,te.ii abo mud* a Mvrfy epertb and Intrw #__1        Fifrc    who    made    Me*    ad*  duowi Governor Filar, dr*** cif awteoato,  W eber to a aw  t v I J wwww ww——. — — -  pmiple. for the farmer# wen hsuVy wuereon Mc*mot rf th# rf*-pro#*,on in *Jvet, gad the  ITI OF ALTOS  I!  toil would ten*I u» raise pr • lucia Free tvrtnuge.  f*ry\.+ m  Ami mod. la Ute Burk*  Committee.  afwrathiu# rf this  Mm* price# rf fart* , -    _    .  Mr Wiifi- in rot,I, e< oi l rwiu ♦* M»e pries rf Wiver to*.ow in pf Met vslu*- Tic* prew-nt „ u li tot reaae the drvulntiou rf the  bdl  (tit OB Fart af HU Nee#*-Kamiah City, Fab. A-». A aud John Fitag*rel1 got toto a fight loon nu Fifth etr«*rt Monday afternocn, and nugerald bit otf part rf ® aller • nom. The ptetv* wm r»!>oov> rod ami waal to IB javipar Fit eg* re kl WM ermtod.  N«ip*-rawaaate«i Faster*.  Ikerok, Feii Id.- Rrtr. J B. lluuiilum, rf Bruskly*, uddnasrd the R»U* Methodht ndnu-v'a to dettunctotion rf the tranUnrot bv Must 4»«*auinai KHI rf tte #opwmnuuate.l ii—I.~ I,, too oui## rf bi# addrwte h# #ai*i -Wk.ll ig I r#il|' to „tY* the church lh# f*i-u I tov# gal!-«rad I «Mi work a rwolu-  twai. Muflkv it to any that the mm, I Item rf Mw v.i-raiw rf Methoiltem ba# «*#»! to ba a teem# * h a crime If it h '«» roni«itori it wlil rring * ••arm »p*u the O lin h At to# im a# Hic eh-rf y «u*» wa# g). «. a vide rf tlianA* “tor bt# totenattug addn**, and . M rraerfrf aith hardly a dhweutiug vtriw to fnrntob a u*j rf It for pa bilo* lieu to The Uhrtetton Advocate and Lion H#r-*M    _____  Daelraeetve (Uorm te Kaatackf.  Hi WK MWV I LAX. Mf, Fell. XA—Ow* rf the Moat rotten! and destructive storms ever known la suuriwro Kentucky paeaad ovar H ie auction Monday Burning duet my mg •evam. temeee amt douig grant to Jury to  K ,«„rty lo IV rimnlty rf MrfJevlew, a vi.lag** south rf this rf!J, WM Uiiment barn*. •Ha all (herr roe ten la, were dwrtroywi and a (Umm hcM*-a onrt»»f#d and btowadowte Th* tom t< reBtoniod at IT.BR TV rate toil la tedvauta, and tee wind bk*w a perfect ryckme ovtr th I* rity, drfng groat damage.  09  CD  (iteve tactory HerarU.  UosnviHli. K. IL, F#U Xft -Tba w eV of the Merrimac g-ov# factory at Warren, H. HL, Ujg. ihcr with a arg# amount rf Meek, were burned at 4 o'clock In 'be morn tug. Urn, ••),"CJO', insurance, 126,(KIU.  Me Died tov Aero.  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