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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - March 6, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 <  (     t    .    [    W  4 J*. •  | .  •- V % ... ;  - , ^ ’ ,•  f <s I  BAILY  ALTON, ILL., THURSDAY EVENING, MAIU'II 0. ISIK).  MIHM Alt ON BLIM  J IM MFMQftv OF ROBER T  EMMET  Negro Settler Whipper Oklahoma Boomers  by  COLONIZATION SCHEME OPPOSED.  Dr. J. W. Enos' Sanitarium,  _/% T aTOIff p IT Jl-M*  no UMM aonounoe# that he hee eeUbllshed In a building purchased for the PE. v**    purpoae    a    SANITA HIU M for the  Th* Negro#* it av* Bteon* Al Armed and Ara Deering Their Cl a I mn (or a Mere Pittance — A Plucky south C amil a a Girl's I deadly WnrV aith a Revolver—  A Prominent < I iv vised Attorney Owl A1 rung The Dally Record of Crim*. CiNuriMHlCR, I. Tm March ft.—Th* boom are hare l***u around to a high pitch of ex-citamettt aga ii i vt the negro «*ett Jar# in coom quem'# of a report of a fica,„u to make Okie' boma a negro stat*. At an early hour Tqceday morning masked aet! Ion rode to the ki>D« of a n fro named Hawkins and taking him from bed severely whipped him. II* bai) h>’en suspected of having fired the prai He [jeans on a nvighlior's claim and th* f**'-t»~ mc a I ult him was bittor. During th* Wid Betag Ruck Hawkins aroused a colored fundi/ named I’urgcm that residua near by. This Looks Pretty fishy.  A bra ham. Samuel and Clark Bargees re turned with tbs younger Hawkins, anil fired from aminish at the [arty of mask* I set-t on, badly wounded Henry Chambers. Before the negroes could reload they were terrify frightened, and prom teed to leave th* vicinity. Hawkins arrived at Kingfisher Tu««lay morning, and asked protection, lie claims Henry Chambers is oho tee tm* his claim, uu I that this caused th* troubla He-grom in the vicinity of Guthrie have tecum* atartnal and are preparing to leave the country. Heveral of Uhuh offered their claims for sale for a mer* pittance. The feeling ie intense against the negro colonisation scheme.    _  A PLUCKY SOUTHERN GIRL.  1 hunts it reno an's tpstsh at aa Irish Meeting In Chicago.  ('n ir a'W March ft.—Ala meeting of Irtah men I nth I at Central Music hail to Hosp **««■ tie memory of Robert Kmm-fc, Thomas Brennan of Omaha, mad# th* principal •(leech. In the course of his address he said that Irishmen of to-day had th# sa ms rights as the America** of ITT# to rebel against England and BngH«h tyranny and lf need bf in the fight til* fin* fh<*lr natl?** Una. Tliey were entitled lo the use of th* Sams pons and to other more destruct iv# weapons I tumultuous cheering repeated again and again! if there wa* a reasonable prospect of mu ic aas. For th* present tim sword is in the scabtmrd snd they were pledged not to unsheathe It vie.pt la dire uecv sl y and then to drive it to the hilt in the h< art of the -u my [Heoewi-d cheer-lag]  la conclu dug Mr Hmm .ii dec br cl that aa long aa I relaud wa* beld as a subject province the mea of lr Lh blood would plan and work teether an t. lf need be, again conspire aud plot Ha was cheered to the  « ,bo ’  -  Governor Abbott at a Clan Meeting.  N*w Yon*. M irth ft-Governor Leoo Ab-lien, of Hew J.-racy, presid'd at a westing in the Hooper I’mon Tu sday, bold under the ausptoi^ of lh; Claim t (Lie . to crf#* brat* th - Hith afiniversary rf th - birth of Robert Emmet. He said be tejsnad em it a great honor to he chosen a* their chairman, and ma cm a speech vu ion i si nil the Irish people, aud predicting their self-government  TUE'CHIPPEWA LMS.  About 4,000,000 Acre* Ceded to the Government.  Building Lots  BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL.  rn. avn*rienoo during many years ha* oonvincad him that all dianaaet «a« he managed morn suocpaafully in an Institution of this kind, under th*  of the physician, and with theaidof moan* aotother^ JSflliommand, than when the patient* are seen by their medical ad Titer.  »•  hl « h - »" d the ,a 2^l in f  R 7, *71  pom all noxious influence*. It la readily reached by the Second street horse  ""Vheljuildlng tsta^^an^ arrangement* are aa perfect as I. possible from s knowledge of sanitary science and the requirements of such an insutution.  Basicity in all its forms; Oxygen and i to coin pounds; Laths, p° uche *»  KMM ge Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided aa may be requiredI by pa ttenlg% addition to such other treatment aa may be deemed adv iaable.  A LARGE KO LARI UM  for Sun Baths and exercise in ©old and Inclement weather, ete., ia prcvided :  Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Boos, and receives daily personal attention.  IST<3xv Open  POR THE RECEPTION OP PATIENTS.  Nr further inform ition address Of. ENOS al thfi SAHI TARI J?*, corner o! Gtorgt and Third tis., Alton, III.  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* f  bet. Fifth & Sixth, 60x120, $500. Higrlxlctxxd- ParlHs  w  One Hundred Lots ranging in Bize fxon^ fifty feet fron|, to one hundred feet and thirtylfront, all very dee* from $50 to$500, on terms to suit purchasers.  One of the nicest residence plats in Alton.  A WARNING TOWOULD-BE SIT TLI RA  The l ee,!* Are Moi Yet Ope* *»<*  Th *»  Meet Keep OX THI*m-Mterl* Msg  Melle to Dues Chteege la the Worts 1 * roto Pr«\l*«t—W *r Claims el Pewosyl-vaaia — Pell Howe Agelast LegisUHow Aire*Beg Sabbath Ohearvatton.  Wamiikutu* City. March ft—The prvri-d*ot hen approval th > sgrwawsrts entered  iato with theB-v«r*l bands of Chippewa la- _ __     w w   j^rV“*« ih A^ f  aqSJS to one hundred feet and thirtylfront, all very deep. Prices  arras are co I'd to th* government under _    ‘  thee* agreement*  Refer ring to ibis approval th* eecrwtary rf the in lector has promulgated a public aotlo* and warning rrlatisg to kb* tented land*, in which be my*: “It cannot be ascertained to  rf«r*^*rTrwwarTsttati£1*Oyer KH) Houscn and Lota in different  ll -I I4.ir..«s HT bito Mirth tmsrv attorns, toe j    .    _    .,    r*    m.    1    UA  Site Fire* Two Ballet* late a Negro M b* (Catered Mw Btorwm.  CHASLom, H. Cm March ft—About 5 e'cbx k in th# Biorniag Mies Allo# Kinney, It yearn of aga, who, with bet mother, ll vee aion# on a farm In Sampson county, wa* aroused by tbs noise of rome one in an adjoin mg rem. Hh* at one* realised that a turg ar wa* in the boe#*. Hh# took a revoir r from under ber pillow and, bolding It In bi r bund, ton cee led It under th* quilt. Then til.* lay a* if eaieep, and "ben the burglar entered th# room be walked up to the bed and, concluding that th* young woman WM* shaping roundly, began looking about th* room.  Killed lh# Blenk Re*r*L As be turned away from lier sh# heard him wilt per to hlmaalf: “Md# I* put ty, ami I gu'-w I d bab to aas ber later " " iw" ha to rued bu facj Miss Kinney re tee I herwif ta loL t x k aim at the man’* head, end flrwL Instant y lh* burglar whtrlad around, and a* he did *0 .he again fired, aud he then fell to th* floor with a groan. He dial in about live minute*. Th*    was then I 1 ™®*  an i a crowd gathered st th* house. Th* burglar provrd to I* Bani Karns, a negro who ba* given much trouble  Tho** english Syndicate*.  Boston, March ft—A morning paper says a syndicate of Euglbhtnsn Is n#goUaung for the purchase of tbs four firms in the United Hubs now controlling th* manufacture of soda water aud hew apparatus. end the manufacture of extract*, syrup, and everything pertaining to the production of soda water ami kindred tsverogea The amount of ck|n‘ll Involved Is mid to I# I* tee. ii «H,<U0,U»and |W,i«i,0ffl The hoitse# with wit lek MfOtlataM Ii* vc teen *u»-r«d into are J W Tufts A Co and A D Puffer A Boo*’ BuuMifneturmg eompany of Boeteui. toe fir in of John Matthews of N#w \1kl1, and Cl A Llfipi'icott of ITiiledelphia.  Children Cry for Pitcher’s Castorin.  RESOLUTIONS  UNANIMOUSLY ADOPTED  By lls Good Citizens of Alton ani Vicinity Mil top ^  Jersey Celite.  WHEREAS, It lias Pleased his Royal Nibs,  rn ii.  to  Wa* Handy with th* Few-  ClAvm-ASD, utile, March ft-Thomas B. Mi Ksarnry, on* of th* most prominent attorneys of this Hi/, ba* fled. tenving behind a Lrpi numbered forged nota* 1%*discovery w as made when the Wlok* baak,^which h- ld a note indorsed by Father McMahon, af Prs I get’s |iartsh, notified the priest that ii had gun# to protest. Father McMahon recited that I** bad not indorsed any uote ami  in acuation proved that the indorsement a ** a for^erv Other notes WW# then fouud K arn r was ako th# administrator of i mf Stir -rf a itecnasad widow. He gave B bond for i '^ry Owing to alleged mte-nuaiagum- til b' 1  wa* d ten limed a ssooto ago andanotb r a Irolntetrator appointed. Me-iriie v fad • I to turn over moneys due th# A*, and suit wa# brought Her Ho# was mad# on the bom’Mnsw and they said they had never signs* the Umda, and that their signatures were ctevwrforgeries.  Will Auspead th* “Moph."  PikCL, Mina , March A—ItxcftomeKt is at fevsr heat at Hamlin university over th* recent riot b#twe#a the frmhinvn and hipte-niorc*. and Haas itoR is very bitter The to* i.h^r« t o,. h..^aa  to WI.I-ml Aidmmore ‘tolfrey. the teaderot m* clam, and lo reprim md nU# of to* othar 1. .k r re Th* sophomore* are very wroth al  to# decidoB, and bubs of to. hot head. ain In favor of th# whole . lam refusing to ate .-1 ta*, ua I varsity unlaw Godfrey ta Mated On Hie other hand, ttalflSShDWh and junior* declare that they will Ifthffdt (K-lfrey is allowed to return. Tbs parttes  Anli-Vlvlseetlenlsts DefeateA Pm LA mu'n ta,    MLarcb    ft— Magtatra!#  Korn brown has discharged from custody Dr. Benjamin T. Hhimwetl, who bm! been arrested on a charg* of uanenew ary »malty to a dog. Dr. Hhfmwell is detiuie.tr at or of surge! y In the M#dioo-Chirur*A* al col,cg#,  and bad recently In th# course of bbl tec lure#  before th# student*, mad# an abdominal dsnionstra’ion of vlvlaeci on upon an ether uwl dog. Th# warrant for th# doctor . nr- j net was sworn out by <>01-cr* of ti** Society tor th# Proventtou of Cruelty to Anim »h.  I barley Mltoteelt I'sea a Poker.  LONDOS, Maruh ft —Cbtwtarfisld Goode, the mid lie* eight, who wee recently defeated in a glove tight with Toff V* all at th# I »li ran club, quarrel#* with Charry Mitohtll while drinking at the boos# of a well known spurting man named Baird During a clinch l oth rom fe I down a flight rf stair*. Bain! urged Mitchell to pun «h Good# and Mitchell wising a poker -rnaahed Goods rn v. e toad twtea, Inflicting sertoiis taijurte#. Goods Is ta the aorpltaL Mitchell ho* not yet been amated.  To  ri umin with the Good^ l’co^Jc  Died frum th* EXeet* st a FalL  CLUBLAND, Ohio, Mardi ft- J.-mph Stanley, ast* at th# whs lib J street railroad  Hoi Lskeaud Whit* BnTb Indb.n tit * will be exttaguteh-d by th# agreements until the alLitment* in s*vs«*lty • tall have I sen (amie.  A W amias t* Keep Off.  -None rf the laud*, whether pine land# or ‘agricultural lands,’ within the reservations of th* Chippewa Indians ta Mum*** a wa (mu, ur si. be open to sale or setlleinsBt by citterns rf the United Buies until wirer twain ant to that effect as required ta tbs act Wish be ii un ie. AU persons ar* warned not  1  to go upon any of th# lands within th* limit* of the reservation* as heretofore exiting, for anv pnrpnwor with any Intent whatever Mo settlement or of tor rights eau be secnmd nasal the tends, aud all parson* found unlaw-  1  fully thereon will be dealt with as trespassers and ill' rad-ra  TRYING TO DOWN CHICAGO.  BlkriiU Keel*# N*w York's Gala t* th* World’s Fair-Washington CITY, March ft-The tatar view to Tbs Hew York Bur wtto Joseph Mad,ll, la which be said that Chicago would ask for iW.Oftd.OOU from th# national gov-ertuiwnt tor th* world’s fair, has Iieeo re-printed sod commented upon editorially by j a numb *r of eastern Journals, including the no waps per* of the capital, ami has bed a  (  distinct influence on oongreseional opinion . a ivsrse to Chicago. Th# Hew York and BL ] Louts advocates have been drcuteiing report that now Chicago has the fair intends to pay th*    out of Urn  United btaies Lreoaury, and bas sent Mr. I Madill **•' ward es ber spacial reicseenta-tive. It *0 htppesw that Mr. M**BU hee not boca rn Chicago for a month.  Heoettwwavy l»»ffa*ae*e.  Added lo this reactionary toflu#o<v»  eg I—' Cbtoago have set ta during th* Into  two ar tors* days and Ism* wa stories rf th* unreliabl tty rf th* character of toe t hic* go fair funds are everywhere curreut An t ffort seems to I* making to revive tbs claims of New York. It b important far chicago that some af th* strong tl'iaacial IOMI rf the city coon* before the w«*id ■ raw  committee* of to# sonata sad te uw-and toll  Diem th* amount rf th* guarantee fund and * na are bring mad* for  parts of the city. Call and see list.  'n  k Min, I  ALWAYS AHEAD  Line of a  With the nim of Leading in my HusineHs I have Re coifed Large Slock of  BYZANTINE RUGS  J  j;      f     'Th    I    5  mn*  £ The Latest in he Market, in ?ll Sizes end Celite, A FINER AND BETTER ROG than the SYRMA RUG, at the Same Price.  The Cltixrui of Alton and Ex amin* these RI '(SS. Quality.  and Vicinity ort Cordially Invited to Chil I ain not afraid of an Ifw^ffffttod of Utoir  JA.. J. HOWBLilj.  0m m KIMM MO KHI  TMS SS-wmS  NU TWI mM Mf  •withy strw-i rellroa i    |^. Mr ati*    n#    are  magnates of this city, ami i»r#sideat rf th* j moms of th* *ip<altton Ilr'wdway line, died at his bom# Wednewlay morning fnm injuriee weaved In rn fall from one rf bis awa eteetrk oars last Frt<i*y evening Rtanlw *wm# to tote eity a poor boy, bul amassed wealth stead! y. His railroad ie one af to* ingest and hem paying in th# city  A I'ro-|Mroe* Flltskarg llew*|»»eer.  rrrrxm so, Pa., March ft-The Pltteburg  Times, rf Which C L. Mage# I* the chief  owner Tu'"»W PWch** d for |IfiV«J0 a -    -    ™    rn    Foul    th    avenus  avenue,  ^t*g- of sifftf Atef!. On  this grohnd, wbldh cavers ftfifil sqntir* tssft Tbs Time* frill at ouee *roct a tso-story  building rf rtwnrta  lot fronting fom tev* feet on Faut to and sxtcti ling Iwck ITI feetb- Th nl where fi has* fruntaf* rf ***+7 *<  rn *| Cleeln*  Mar* *.-1  oth hotowrfd  1*11.  Th*  Fit*  c^GUnun,  * and cloth A Cb., WW West To  aged by fir# sud entire fir* deiwrtment •me ti tot * fikwetniu* oonflasratioe  th* firs is not known Goldsmith. Ktew rn Co,, luer fitei,(Mite  v|hotesate (GokteBt'to, Klaw 11 rd, »tr*vH, w*i badly dam-w.lr. at nAtatabt Th* i>ent «m mited rfit  Le « us* CsstotteU Baeltt.  Los*.*, March ft Can* "rim to J miu7we during th. riot are re- J Th* Times denying    .  SS?* W  - S " “i WSMK  Baltm KS, Marsh * - botete* *•  Cr * 1 *’ fmrk k K,an was awjsd. an-l that Bavin J mr* I  who is co • flued in t»w B*hiou Jail    *    uhtel    i    It    from    the oomitoa.ion In to* later hue-  Moulter ret III OO*.  WaMHWTM Cwt, March ft fkviator fitoekbridge ha* presented two limn**** pockagv* rf r**non#trano- against th* pas-  Ulm* rf any bm lo regard to th* observance rf to# Rabhath, or l*cd’s Day, or say other iwiigioue or rorlasUwto-al imtitotioa or rite. against tit* a lopttou of any resolution for the *m»n talent of th* n*tk.o*l rouriltutt.m that would ta any way give pr-femio* to rn principle* of any religion abave another,  «that will In any way sane thai legtetetma ueo* th* sabjert of reHgmu. The- remoo-etrMOM co*lain toe tatovldaal signatur-rf toftftTT rittaen* from different stat— *»d territories as foil*we;  Mtoneeota, M,M>: Wteoonrin. »,TM; Man-aw. SD.tff.Y. CnM 'mla, *>,<#»; Obi#, to,*  F*ae*rlvaaia's War etal—• WaaffDiffTO* CITY. March fi-TWhou- m  war abu ms Wed a#* lay coo-aklered at coaei terabl* tenglh th* claim rf Pwsnlvul* for Kb# payment rf nuvoral it all IU— (to liars' worth rf lo— by loyal cBl-ama rf that state during to* raids to the late war through Penney Iv ani*. Th* atotomsBt te made that if this is paesed it would open the dour toto# pay o**«t of many claims rf this kiad ta border states or tone* to Wrfch ut r*4d Ks.k alae , if not to th* states fur that math, aad toad to th# payment of psr-haia |Y*),«A»,n«X If ^ls d«nr •• ‘ftotod and this cit— of claims pate! it woald follow that tov*! citiseov in many of th* etal*, which ta rebellion should ates be paid their  of this  av remain WUU mu uvu« * ^ r.-- ^ «fis‘r  VidBity “FOR LOT th©»e Many V^ IH a f^ r Inauicurating a Hyaieni of Small Prottl* I Sharp Co ut petition. Be it therefore,  , RESOLVED, That we, CoubuU oi , t 1 <>'' 1 ^  interests, when in Ntoiijf vimvwii 1 \<; CLOTHING, BOOTH, 8IIOE8, FURNIHUlM  sud DRY GOODS, to Call on  THE GLOBE.  .ii*... 1.* -"J  aw Sun. af al F<*rt Itepodt, is* naUv# of Sfu"i*s «. tut ba* rstai-l in Baltimore sL*a the war During the WMT be aas * * ‘‘FteJ* u» th. F xto ii Itta-*** infantry. A tor eh'iotiug W or rick ba gavehtato*tt ap  Me* Itolege at a Cwlieg*. CBAtUJtoTOM, H. a. March ti AtC^Au  u,U*g. tu*i*y Frof—r  lU *  Tr * Yd ^  SSStu.totaU  la.nt ,iu <>( t toe institution. Th* cute 01 mw  ‘-rnwL  U r l “ IC, Jr t   nwat ar?vell •>! al til* eoltog*, *'»* **  iallUvsnkalo-'ly *1 th# prompt efforts rf  Fnwnlen' Durn <*■  itltodrrf^.  Ing. TI-, (jorties stand high to inctal eir-  A re I dee I ta aa lllteai* Cewffve—aa. Wean urn Toe Cmr, March (I —Coagrear O. W Htnith, rf I Ranis, met with a  sate rn gfilfvll.  •teve W ark. Ii.'trey-X  lw.yee OpflrfiY* Rh ive Work* compaay. to j rf his toga    .........  .w Fe—1 rn.  this city. were totally d.wtroyaf by fir*.  THROW ASIDE YOUK FUEL RATERS AND INVEST  Marland Sinvrs and Ranges.  Builders' Hardware a Speciality. I have the Finest Line of Carpenter's Tools in the City.  Wan. * I A. L. Floss  Thinl Street, opp. Belle. Telephone St.  Th# fit* otifiluatoJ from wy.h torc oui a aro-r  sintasion of rf IU bulk!-  AND BK IT FURTHER  order to keep kto ROYAL SIIIX.’,U,«  u, ogre* to wmI ® ur 1  ** iqy/ 1'HlCES, «»d   -BRAND, for xii their Good Good* fit LO  » Copy of ihlx be xent to THE GLOBE.  liKSOLVED, That im Wig fencer we nil of A- HILDE that  CITY OF ALTON iD  Committee.  fug A .arg* number rf riove* and pattern# valued by Ute eomihhy  at I?*,OW, ar* rn  featly Fir# at **w lerk.  Haw YO**. March ft -Fir* at SU.! Bn—I way e used *300,OOO dsmogv, as frfkiwe;  I ie tun A Eaton, unibrslto* and paresok,  tioo.wif*. MAC. Ms/if. b**uwy and gtejr#*, •KM.UDO; Wail un tUrv. y A Cg., *r*  (tomb « "ni-*«Jr.    L5.0W;    A.    C.  bean swto-  tttograe* end Xatetd*.  . r^j March Rafua  OntoMtatuwa, Dae,  Wheat W uvputy eld k rf the p— rf  £S-^«5S  d»«*t out rf ai#**' B,Wl  f«tl G«W a X** Hoed.ta a*  Haw YOHE, March ft -    ^  he* town In the    Z^ZmLnma    I  *hi,n he was mnendsrsd by hie nuadsma ,    ,  wben rn    T„-.lei a/!vru ->ii ana    ^    r^.wT.  otoaiikv m w bali IU woay **i*»“    »  reaming party went toto the south barr* nun. Weda-day morning i-ul  earned at ll o’**'**    ‘f* 1  ™ _  •rf th# muring nafne"s could to fonud. Th* offlciele tudor. Uve of find tag them aud th# min# Is bring flooded  as rat hi y as (—itda ___  TW* MM— Uduvrd-WlUtstiMft    Maroh    ft--Timma#  Owen* and James Uwsnsrf, tem to ta# ssnptey of tis* Plymouth Mina  un*. March ft;    w     1  pal* w-rafhte*»y tajkuwfi atoooahy a jew  in th* Tombs stoa* Wednesday     |UI  , ur i sjpluste* In Ho. I branksr tiff*     -    i-*ndames. I    - Hte  meoto ruck ta lbs mM* rf  aieriitee M ria# rf * kleogo.  C«IC4«M>, S.re* •—TV,    J*  A Mss***} huff train  Awn.**i> WI*. March ft A teg train on  ttOAOO, sew - — *— tis - I Bigkta* A WaBrfh n*rrom fBrfi  r * Ur «*d,  reduce! r.t-w fro* Rt    ^ W'ssfcburti, ran .way abu# coming  i-«* fruui I? h !  to *•'». aud the    “•*     m    9 te#p    grad*    Euglnwrt Tom Waiehu cut aud reduced r*to* fiuoi ^    eu'i    brakeman    Wil.Uio Cartata^  to Oouucii Bluff* to m,    Jumped aad both wars ioatanily kilted.  as HI a ct** rf ftk ta rf^b oaaa -aa    ■    j  Md Alt ob (arf brfh aola  ankle. Mr Rmltk was stepping from a Brest car which was la laotian, end to ausu# way » «s thrown to th* (naiad and dragged fur mite <*wtaaca At flrrf-K woe thuught to# leg broken, tort it proved t*> bs ately torii* bruted. Mr. Bstath is mw ahi* ta nows alout his room with th# aid rf * oratcb, t ut it will be two or thme w«As tofure lie is abl* to do mach traveling around    -  F.nterprts* C#*H-k*rtUI».  WasniiniTOff cm. March ft—Tbs navy tteparUiK ut will take no aolten ta regard to th* chat (es prrfsrred by Cotmmmder McCall* a/fcinst Btrfgn Bito# ami Chief tat-vtoerr Kntwistla, rf the Enterprise, unlU Star It has received the mport rf th. oanrt af Inquiry to th. sans rf Cte*nman.ter Mo-Qglto Th# facts developed by Hit* tavorit# ■Btu* will fietnrniinsthe future arftoo rf C, depart (Maut, and what, ti rf th* Enterpria# wtil bs trh mar* tai  g's safaris! »  WauiinffToa Civy dent late Wednsoday amate tbs frflewlag  Element* ri lUlnuta.  Chleago WUttam I. eottrin to he suptervtaar rf mnmm, Arfrfta  | trtet, Wteconrio^ Cwt    *    ’jjj  «har, to be eWrf rf Mw tmrmu rf ynriM had  (bucks envy gepartnritet, wfrh the roftatato teak rf o .minuter*.  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