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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - March 4, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 VOLUME 29.  ALTON, ILL., TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH 4. 185)0.  NO. 222  nviu i.v mill? nm I EaPlOMVJ^ UR I lib HAIL  IT WAS DOUBLE ACTING.  Three Men Killed on the Fort Wayne Road.  RESULT OF A REAR-END COLLISION.  Dr. J. W. Enos' Sanitarium,  ALTON, ILL.  ' nu TUI06 announce* that he ha* ©afcabUahed In a banding purchased for the  U     purpose a SANITARIUM tor the  TREATMENT OF ILL CURABLE DISEASES.  Th* Wreck latche* TI re, Causing th* Ex-pleslmt of wa CMI Tank Midi lk« Moi ruction of Klghtrm Cara—-Til# Cn«biriani! Bim al Nmhvltl* Nearly f*rtl-rl*hl Baa* High anti Mill Kl«l*r-T«* laloxl-Mm I ■ < (Mated.  MabiUJUdx, old©, Mardi 4.—An ©ll tank on the third (cotton of Fort W my tm Iraia Bi exploded early Munday morning at Lake-v.lb, w«*t af bara IV tram mopped and the fourth MK-tion fottowiag clued behind era hod into it, oauaing a I or ri Ult wreak, which took tin* and burned up. Engineer John Covrra, Fireman liar ray Hataheeee and Brakeman Miller, of the fourth section, were killed, and Gatehnom'* body ce un at be md It U feared that be waa crrmaaed la tv raiae Eighteen car* aatarated with oil were burned and tile heat wa* ao gyeat that the engine hell waa melted while the toe (or I,.tOO feet were ©unturned and the track t whited out of shape. Cowen and M iller were married and Heed at Ailianoa Gate-hon-.- WM a Magi* man and his boma wa at Doyles to wa.  (kin* af the I) leas tem The track wee aa badly damaged that freight awd local yaaa-tiger trail!# waa delayed a1 wot fourteen boart. The tferoagb pcmwnger trataa were eant over the “ Hype*©* ria Fittehurg. Oeatoa and < braula. IV aa aaa of tbs wreck WM Bm hlwi af deed engineer ta alop wbea flagged hy a la-akennin from the disabled train The mop-podtiuu kl that the three mea were asleep nu the engine, and did not Imre time to Jump off.    _  BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL.  Ital experience during many years ha* convinced him that all disease# ow be managed more anoceeafully In an inatitutlon of thla kind, under the «*,nitent enpervialon of the phyeidan, and with the ald of meant not other-at aor attid, than when the pad! en la are teen by their medical adviser*  at In terr aid of several hours or day*.  The position of the SANITARIUM is high, and the surrounding are free  Mom* all noxious Influences. It la readily reached by the Seoond street hors# s, and is near the Union Depot.  Th»> building Is large, and arrangements are as perfect as Is possible from  .    -    I_____ IT    al_______ra#    anok    rn    vs    i    nut    11 ll t i All  a knowledge of "sanitary science and the requirements of such an institution Kleotndty In aillt* forms; Oxygen and its compound*; Baths, Douches.  A Queer Bathe*-Bet To Ile IatraBe®#B ta  • Contested Election Ceee.  W ANH I NOTO it (TTT, March 4—Up la the room of the bouse committee cm air©* Mon* stood a ballot- ho* that will figure la I th? debute on Ute Fuel be ret* me-Cate election  • aam this week. The bos hi pistole and dm- 1  ply made of tin, and looks Uke nay ordinary I cheap ballot-hex. But there is a peculiarity  1  nix >ut It that appears only upon doe,' teepee*  , lion. The orifice wherein the ballots are I pltto.nl is double, so that a ballot if (dared cm  !  one side s’ipt into the bo*, hut if pieced on  • the other side slides unperc ived down into*   1  waste ha* lr et or upon the fl.«nr. The eoulest-I ant (FeathsrHtoiM*) a-wrt* that twenty-one I of tilew boxes were anat im one county at  the si <Hkm ia Arkansas, and that as the EL imbltran ballots were mark.*.! la Un* to : dl.tingui b them, ii rn aa easy mitt r for the lit niter a tic election managers to see that they .lid not go into the ballot-box** and get«<muted. The double lip around the orifice can readily be taken off, leaving the box absolutely hornet ia appearance.  rn? luii i tuv it mini  Uh it ill lilt ii mliUR.  Labouchere to Resume His Speech in the Common!  WHEN HIS VERM OF EXPULSION CNDA  THE RAO INO WATERS.  Three  Hand red remittee < a as pet ted ta  Hurt al Nashville.  It dan va.IX, Ttnn., Mardi A—The Cum bartend river to©aday night bad rise* Ie fergyaseea teat site *«bt took## sad wse nett Hem As tee ws ter satended inrXhar  Message, Inhalation, Nursing, ©to., ar© provided as may b© required by pa-toots, In addition to such other treatment aa may be deemed advisable.  A LARGE SOLARIUM  Far San Beths and exercise in cold and inclement weather, etc., Is provided.  Bach patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and receives hi* dally personal attention.  Now Open  POR THE RECEPTION Of PATIENTS.  HIS LAST BANK ROBBERY.  A Darts* Kmim Deeper*!* «k*S Dew* I* Hie Tracks.  Mkhiden. Kan. Marsh 4—A amu robbed th * lank at Valley Folia, this elate, ol R* SUO Saturday by oaahiag a shack, than pretending to have the tmXtiaoh* and i-actevktg periuitwloa to go behind the railing ta the stove. There ha drew two revolvers, r* the drop on the cashier amt gut away with the mousy. Hatordey sight Im anat into the tai agr s i A office her*, white the operator was tail lag a d tops tab desrrihtug him Bs te d where he could fled a hut--1, and I*  Void went out The .peretur, wha recognised hies, informed the officers, anil at xteiilight two of them, armed with Wln-Wiwetar rifles, had him mite! ta the hotel ©(fica, where they Hovered him and tnid hits to hold up his hauua Br wa* perfeotty cool and Immediately attempter to pud his revolvers. The fftoara peUed trtegsse sad be fell dead with one bullet la Ma bear! Os hts person wet festte two leaded revolver* and all th* Barney MI* naaie (groved %u be ftuhsrtenu.  Ile Defends Hts Aet Ina la a Letter Se The Dally New*—A Report That the Prince af Wale# Is IwsDgatla* Labea-rhere—Paveeagers aa rn lain ta Italy Robbed by the Trainmen — Foreign Notes of ti ear rat Interest.  London, March 4—Under the revised rotes last ad pud by the bouse ut common*. Mr. Henry labouchere, who wee suspended few a week on account of his r- iWUun U(*» Lord Belial ary’e veracity, will bu mtitl-d at the ex | arui km of hie term of expulsion to resume the aperch in whic*. Im we# inter rnpted. Tho*, who know “Leboy* teat are ami Aden I that bm win continue bb iwmarks In tin same style that he was punra+ng when be tncurrefl tbs ransom af tbs majority ** Lathy ** Defend* lite Art lira. la a tong later to Th* Daily New*, Mr. Labom-Vr* defend, bis recant Action to the butine of commons, sad declare* thai after She new ting with Lard He Rebury, Prubyn had a pr ear ran, ad interview wifh Butner-sat Inter* i la IV matter grows, and it is reported that th* Prince of W ates Is tntal-gaUng Mr. Lnlamchsre to bunt down th©*-I re*pan«iIds ter th* camps of We mea bnjdi-cnted hi the tate I levi.lend et not ssandate.  Building Lots Sale.  Corner Main and Dry, 150x120, for $ OO. Eighth and Market, 60x120, - - - - $450  Ninth and Market, 50x100,.....$350.  Bluff Street, two lots, each for - - - $150.  Alton st', bet. Fifth & Sixth, 60x120, $500. Highland ParhL*  One Hundred Lots ranging in size from fifty feet front to one hundred feet and thirtylfront, all very deco. Prices from $50 to$500, on terms to suit purchasers.  One of the nicest residence plats in Alton.  Oyer IOO Houses anil Lots til different parts of the city. Call and ace list.  ti  For further Information addrti* Dr. ENOS at tho SANITARIA, corner of George and Third its., Alton, III.  ■p lh* dwweiatewe. DM ptemd ta maw. mad ta many caam them wa* great suffering. Bask water* H-iuday awald he sera la ****ry dN-.Vkm Urn* prevent among poor people hi Rp-tas* WI .un Many cuttages I Kndhv+te ar* aaw aa I stee Hie hie sad aearly all et steve* saw mite am lh# rfvsr are ear re us .ted by water.  A Dad Stet* af Altair*.  Vmnmwmmmvbm with e*v«r*l pl**** mi bodi)we law bee* aal att Fire* Vee* Ml to aud*ted. aud terUag the (too.ahu.es*.w ta Ottr.eu.to North##* Mesh** NU tot re* ruodtt IV tevati* af Ute Wart Nash vile Dummy Un*, Mi flaiphur RteVg b#iu«u, aud lh* ear* wa the read were dee*!*-Un owl TV waler la five feat de* p on Un* •drest, and houeH in Umt vicinity taw bi be reached by beata »>ut-hmi*iw ar* fiette-lug away. Red river ta cm a benni and V. ow opt away theoeaad* of do'la,^ w.-rtb of timber awd fencing. The fate* work at rnrl Hoyal, ccneiruvt**! to put up th# iron bridge over Ruipbur fork, ha* gone down.  Dave t’p lh# NI (br A**l*»* Cete..  R ansinuton Crrt, March 4—TV trouble at th* burette ©* ewgraviag aud prtuSin* la ragai-d to the ©okirtel girt, who to earthed by lh# civil aer via* ewmauseSum aa a pre.* Btau'e sudslaHt, Is ©vwr IV Flato Friaterw’ •aion bee dwo. vared iVt tbey naua.il make any headway la H«kuag tv searstory of th* inawiiry that enagrem will aul mi% tain 'hem to eetahiteiiiaf the enter lie* IWclora, at a retool mesSlug. tV auk.a allowed the colored girl In g# ta wark i»ro-vided the eecretary of tto ireaeury wouhl ie instate Mew.ni Levy and JohMa.a, the pnwb era who rtoignwl rather than serve with ber.  TRAIN HANDS TURN BANDITS.  Passee**** aa a Tval* la Ilaty Rubbed #f t bete VaUiablee-Tbs Heeevexy-Pa tx NNO, March 4-A* th* taward-Ixmad Vrain tar Pa tee ow was srumteg a wild, desolate tract af country IV carriage. mer* suddenly invaded by a troop of ferocious-looking bandits, who bah! ap manger* and lotted them of |2,S0S ta estn and ail Sheer valuates* Th* feel I mid wry wa* amnaiMwI white th* Irate was al fall spaed, aed aha that no eteifipwge wa* mad* after ward, aroused the smfdcioaa af the vteCki*, who dia<overed that the t-rrilV ba mil ie rnere neither Blare air tees then the train hands, who para .ria ta! the robtwra. Flunking ap awne^e at ti l- the paw arras and arrested the trainmen nod arad Blate awm*y and Jewelry, Afterward toe* consign ad th* maequersdera to th* Jail ta Palermo  Dorsey k Mid, I Bi street  ALWAYS AHEAD  Children Cry for Pitcher’s Castorla.  RESOLUTIONS  Me " role laaultln* Leltere.  IKM*a*mixt, March 4—Joke W. Lag. of Porter county, wm befur* rn UBited RtoU* eommViooer Haturla^ morn teg for wad tug through the mail# lusultiag tetter* ta Aum Hatful, a rrat-wtahte yoaag lady <>f lh when Min* Hatfield having ref used ta. accept hi* attention*, Umg then addr***©! her a number of very insulting tetter* Be admittwl the authorship of th* bt tar. and I wa* w-nt to tv Nobieavitla Jell to await grand Jury notion.  miscellaneous accidents.  UNANIMOUSLY ADOPTED  •bet Ifle Child** Head DX. tenucm*. K. Y., March 4—Wfffred Bt ken, of Water tea, It. Y., Intended tagprad ti] , .lay hnnttng, In preparing tor hie nip tv Bight I cf era he took out his glia to dean it While I bus engaged his ♦-yef'Qld daughter Metal, a bright im*# gtrV rara* into the room where he we. at wart aaa comme newt ber chfl-^hh prattle. Ber fether good aaturw-ly told her to ga lo he- motbsr in aa adjutator rem and ptayfally ptentod the gnu toward h*r lo haste* Mer Hepa Mr. fly ic a d d not knew that th# wmpen wa* loaded, To hi* horror a kwd report foH* wad and la th* mmmt tataadi th* lag en th* fp.©r a cor pm I he top of im head had hora hi*wn off. Th* father la haartorekea sad Mr. Ryhea la tory *4 "Rh ptummrmim*  •hot by Meoesklaer*.  Ibm Mounts, March 4 Hanford Kirk ostrich, of Ottumwa, who waa apfwnnted e(>ectel agent of internal rvvsnue under Prasidant C-evstead, and is th# only Democrat still retained ta thai branch of the service, wa* rn riotisly wound**! at Orenssbot©, B. C., by noon.hlnera Far some Urn* prat ta ha* detailed In th* North Owolta* noun taint running down violater* of th* law,and was finally «urpid*sd and shot He will probably recover.  Ike* rt*ktt»g In ftoaegnt-Pamm, March 4—Th# goverrew of Heaegal reporta to th* govivunieot that th* French garrtaon et Ataaho baa repulsed an attach mad* ups M by MO) of the ©ddtere at tho King of Wtewe-v One haudred of the st btaktag party ware either killed ar wounded. K*|wrt» srvcurrent that the government ta irnda to sam bi*' Jurtadictkm over Ut* king don' of Dahomey, and that aa expeditionary fora* kl a Unit to be Bent to the wuet Airman c< aet It Ie expected that this expedition will be I us trusted to prevent the saorvfliw of ea|>ttvaa, eustvsmary si th# oooastoa of the enthronement of a monarch of Dahomay.  With tho aim of Leading iu ray Line of  Business I have Received a Large Stock of  BYZANTINE RUGS  The Latest in he Market, in all Sizes and Coiirs, A FINER ANO BETTER RUG than the SYRMA RUG, at the Sami Price.  Pilnre RlMaarrb's Heue# a Reseev.  Bani-in, March 4 —iYtao* Bismarck'* polar* for chm* ha* been robbed of Its official character. I luring Thu re lay, Friday ami BatuMay th* ifmclottB room# were crowded with hric-n-taac fur ealc, am! a vnriety of trinkets of every drecrigttau. Th# ©cession waa th* lnite■ ,  basttar for the Ismofit of the poor. Prtiieeui Blemarcfc loft tar I where ah* had been ©tmAiled with * esriou* e©kl, ta order to attrad to <me of th* teblee Mrs. Phelps, wife of th* American minister,  rn tai .lo The I sxaar, which closed Haturday night, waa a Wfoei  The CIUmbs of Alloo ••<! Vicinity Are Cordially Invited to Call and Examine these Rl’tiS. I am not afraid of aa luayoetinn af their Quality.  A. J. HOWELL  Bt til Boot Citizens of All and Vicinity Util top end Jersey Cubes.  WHEREAS, It has Pleased bls Royal Nibs,  Aet Ofweb sad Were (taeasnted. jtamonoM, Fib, March 4—M. u Malta, ami Fetor Rainy war# kntned to deeta  her* Rattir*lny • ight alrait I e'uteiA. fWlai-tey fit od In a ttttls shanty which wa# lo** tat arar th* rwflrrad Hack, Th# tan* SMB ram tinned and a third party, nam acknown, ween os a apr** fiunudny nlghk ^Vttley Kttiey repaUrad to «i# luentv about 9 <#«tork ie Hte «va*ng sui rtoirefi Burta* im alg kl -to* of *V man wUL* yet Bader Ake mfiueooe of liquor must ta vs turned ©a mtmr K" The evar (Nmaari ate fire to tea building and burned It to th# ground to-getbrtr with Ha occupente.  Deprived af Work by rn Thaw  Wnitxnauu, N. Y., March 4—Tee •and men along Lake Champlain, who eome day* ago ware driven with work, ar* line tate Must of thorn are under contra** with big Raw Yeah ©tewpntite# to ear* lf# #• lxke Champlain, Vt three day* rata bm rained ta* Ira and un tem wary cold weather comm will V sa tea famine oast  The Pep# ta Helve the Heeia! Problem.  Rome, March 4—Pops tao was HO year* ok! Benday stat Bantay was the twelfth an nt versav of kb rortmaaton. In honor el to*** two .aptestsates ta gaws a rsmgdkm Sunday to (ta eaiWe of eerdtael* Rephr-tng to th# eongTstulaflfm* of the ce nit rial*, the pop* derlatwi hU ta tao Ro* to gfv* th#  most careful study to the metal question and said ha hopvd to fatal vs (be ambiance .rf the KuropaOa pow*** ta staving tWb difficult  (rn .Siam.  A DM De post* resit Aba you NT, Ota, March 4-la adittlon to the reparted discovery of _  Cam pelt farm near tab atta and lh# (tad of silver or* that ©aine frem *b# bar!agt artesian well, the ann^uu—amN b thai a tee depoaR has bton fbuafl rn th* Fogarty pi*©*, quarry to lose tod  •trarh by a Trets sad Kilted.  WnxtNOVON, Ital, March 4—Char tea A Wtave, too. of Elkton. MA, wan struck by  tb* Ba timer* and Ohio cap rosa train WM laity kfllttL Dc itevas a wutanrand glare* obi 'Ina  To remain with the. Good, People of this  Vicinltv ••FOR LOl H  these MaiiyV^arH after laaiiAJTurating a 8y»ieni of Small Profit, anti Sharp Competition. Re it therefore,  RESOLVED, That we limsultonrCHv ii  IntercMstH, when iii FtoM jaf    «\(i  CLOTHING, ROOTS, SHORS, FU ENIS ti ING and DRY GOODS, to Call oil  I ttutbe- Vet Out af Danger.  ta AsniNOTO:* cm, March 4- F.x Com-grvs-msn TaalLea, who wee ted by Curra-  C'rnt Kin ald on Friday, to net sn well r.ijfgunan et .ira that he ll by no means out of as*Z«r Monday mermnr to. peyd. ,-Urn* ptatrd Mr. Taulbee under the Influ-rf ,-Mcmfnrm an ! ramie a successful k, fled the hall. It was ta start ta  th-.M-k Intne.esrof ihr taryux. ll*  toaands 1 . to cxtreot th** hall Moo lay, tat on aeraur.t of th* weak rr-nrtttton of Mr. Taui-bee this wa* prat (mo®-1  geetdew tatty neekbed a Yiewmt'ao. kBm., Marahk—Farfi Aaoaha,  •gwl lfi, the ton ©f a pr-M^tnei was stehbert to tbs heart by nu. age, and died ato.net In* Urn My Th* boy* were at play. and (ha stabbta* wa* ae-r.visatai. Toe weapon wa#    ““  knife and toe wound little punsters ___  (testes t’wptore* a twee a rd.  _____Marsh 4-A hravy  been ragtag bm* elnra shoal I o*eloek Buo-rfar afternoon. About seven inch## of enow have have fatal. Ad tea* from point, -rn Cap* Cod, Newport, for bemouth, N. IL, New Bedford, Mass, New Ha ran, Chara, and other ptanra report th# wurst ttonn af ^  THE GLOBE.  ANJi BE IT FUBTHEH  RKSOLVED,    ta    order    to    keep    lux    ^     id    M   •whlU longer we alt of us WM to nend     iiU(1   A. HILDKBRAND, for all their Good Goodrn bt LOW thai a Copy of this bk Motto I HK GLOBE.  CIT! OF ALTON AND DOBBS,  Committive.  N*-4»«*rara#t Engl tab Heed.  NKW HaVT-H, Conn , Mar«h 4-l«-Oov-ttn. r J*«.-w E. ■nglbh 4**1 et -’telVp rn. HU© .ay of pi.'©moola, of which to tad tau IU bot ftar day*. B» hadIn* '©r Ivem *o U nato r* to re th** mr* krai of a ptu -itean Mw tam hts tax and fatal Mu wa Ile ■Mute! Wstow and axon, Hvnry F. a boyer <>f I hie si ty. Rte Steto to valued et from F- <*> ^ to    to Iteg Mu  Urfretowa -r «• taal ratals to to* tiff.  An P.ut pl*7* ta FXleeu Wteelnx  Nxa YtoX. March 4 -Frank Mc (taw*.  of Thorne* A I l.» .. bra Iram nialoc au e Jan to, eta teetetel from ti.u cly for hie bota* ta Oran:.'-, X J., with g! aor on hb fto'"' Ma b «hN men .rho trer -tai f * y«ier« la anottor» «ng»tri*s ta •VUok of the arbnuMo -  t»inJ-ra Clement da-a^ed for ('rn A ta i light Ii • h * l  yen** old. aa I • men of v*»f tanadf hold'a Tbs polio kit at cot . en the coe*  A Hoe** for Ittdlgeat IU.IU**.  New Yoat, M*rrii 4— A uwtaing of th* Ute tan natant# .rf New Writ ens Ital ta Tamnteuy lull to Mtokr ta pLu©» Urn rn  Otterg* Frew*Ie Train** Trim Bourns. Marcdi 4 —Ovorg* Frxrnnb Trata left Rock rn en toe mhtotght engram for a trio around th# errata, "hteh he expect# to  eonipteto ta eUty days N#» Yerk win ta hb fir vt stopping place. Frem there ha will  Edirectly to Teoeai** and (hen©* aerrai th* stile oases te « hl«a  Chilly et Bt. Aaguattoe.  St AiKM-aviaa, Fie.. Marta 4—Th* tber-aamnetar Bun-lay rvgteBered RI 4*gr«*w above a©ro, the lewral point reatard tine mmmm Great dams** bae bara don* to work fare ta by the fmat of Bamrdey night, •ad fttttrs are eatertotaad tor the wang* crop    -    -  Otgeel ta the Treaty.  Bt, Loin, Marta 4—Th# dermas Fwl«ra Mon mi Labor ai thia city have forwarded a  Cutten to the United Btatue emote eat oral pray tee ted hod/ "ta to rittf* lh* pend (Ag p- any other, extraflitteo w««aty with the emperor df Ruwta  Hennas  with  He Died (or lava  Via ex* a (A Ind , Marta 4 MV tem, agal JI, blew out ho revolver at th* red tone# af David WeHesi, mmt Meoroe Cfty ll temgbt ha had been dhnwiwtatod hi tora  warn kinm i« suia  fwe(iaacTo|75  ''  The derm•• Rleettewa.  Baul-ta. March 4—Tho reeuH* of the etee-tame ta the dltateta to which aamd bal tor mew bere of the rte hate* were ordered to new known ta all save IwssHywla. These dtvtrttae together wttb those ta which un-iiInTieetgnl elaieltNW (tore bed on the find ballot she*, the she* leo at iud Cen toto rn. Orasnan LHaneto and Iwaaocmta, iff Otmamr vetfVsK. ta NetKmel Uharah, ta lafiepewt sets end SA tataaheia  TI ROW AR I DF. YOUR FURL IU TOW AVD UfVMrr IV  ii Garland Stoves ami Ranges.  on-  it Builders' Hardware a Speciality. I have the Finest Line of Carpenter's Tools in thaiCity.  Me Rltekea Cebtaet fee Rlasaarte.  Bnni-in, March 4-Th# Alteemeta-lbtetoi Obmwpoodene say* Prtara Wsiaaita bae  ta ideated again vt psrwxis ba Hag no affinal respeosi bfttoy hJu-to-Bf th# #tn parer tad has demanded Amt sock pac* rn* should either bs (Mooted to office or should refrain fr»»n fiiterf»rt»< "4th pafttteaJ affairu I* Ie im-derat sod Omt th# pntaest to aimed ta Herr H <nt#i **t #*r, who terataed the reraxit hopertai  Htntaftarr  rsaeripta  Ta Attata th* British Minister.  Ll*mom, March 4-Tbe sui lento ai this ty threaten ho attack Mr Glyon Ft w Unum atfnitaw Th*7 bara tarmad s ague, th* aaarabera of wbteh tlMOwlva to make an ameult uoun IMA. Their action to due to (he lata the giiv< mm rot has refused to wtttotoaw the exequatur of th* minster  Granite and Japanned Warn.  A. L. FLOSS  Thi r d Street, opp. Belle. Telephone tt.  re  i  NO SUITS.  titter inn A*e»»»t«4 tat-  Loa to-ut, March 4 ta th# Pirate ttee UM at the pamangera and craw of th* tarttiah sBeanwUp Qutata wrarked la Torres Strait, rh dr i-ff Bomsrsst, Australia, and hmiwl for LhatHm- si* ar-MDtod f*w Qaei ttaand iabk-Kr<UBM rt*(*<rt that the Qutea lift (V»dm©wu wtth IM board.  T roe tote la the r.eaeto CWblaeto Fanm, Marta 4—Framtor Tlrard dared hts reaJgnalkm Baturday, tnt dent Cestoi* refuess to aarapt ta Tbm prwa to uuaitimoas la th* optatua thai the naHnot ta euakewsd by tbs r-wdgnation of MtuMtw Uhlans, aud that fab laavtng berakto Ito downfall.  I bm BBW receiving a ItrgB Bud varied a lack of CU'ha. ta ail Mag prevailing abade*, for HpriuK Suits, which I nm prepared to rn aka ap Ab tfea  Most  •"TTI AkC«  (J U A It A NTX KIND  boo© (or tndbpMit lr utane, proponed by C«m-Tto* meetitnt heartily fu  sel Owners Riva  ttera-i the piftoe es i it wa# fit,OW hee b an •uUcriU'd.  •nm*w<wd that  Dvupped Dead la Ctoartai.  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