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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - March 11, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 V* - ■  u  ELEGRAP  SN  vOlX’MK “ ! »-  ALTON, ILL., TUESDAY EVENING, MAUCH IL ISIK).  N  DESTROYED BI HIBB 1   I HE TWIN cima  Disastrous Conflagration at Detroit, Mich.  A UST OF THE PRINCIPAL LOSERS.  Swn al or McMillan Ob* of til* Heavies! Suitor***—Two Pi rom* ii Seriously Hurt by Falling Walls 4»rl«ln of th* Kina*  TS* Tot Bl Lnm Estimated at *300,SOS —»* wavy I*.*# exceed by * Conllegr*-tion at Hirti.ingt.itm, Ala.  Detroit, Mirk, Mitre!) ll,—The largest conflagration that ha* baun seen la Detroit sine# til* gn at fir* whir* destroyed Ferry’s , a col ionian in I HH! raged I wire Saturday night, ami wa* not ext!ngalahad until property worth SHOO,QUO hod been swept, away and two firemen Injured by falling wall* H nator Jam * McMillan’* flve-story build big, at tha corner of (’aaa and Con graal atrede, waa destroyed, and a large amount of valuable property owned by vartou* man  A rro|.oaitl.»tt far Their Ail vane* rn eat Mad* bf Henry Ti ti a rd.  KT. Paul, Minn., March IL-Henry Vil-)ard ha* instructed CX EL Murv n, of BL Paul, to wij to the St Paul Industrial unton that lf th* Twin Cities will plat * fil,WU,u® at hi* deposal he will Unite Mock to tlwwn for the aam* and make thia the l#a<llug manufacturing center in the north wtata Mail Pail Together.  "But toll both HL Paul and Minneapolw people," Mid Mr Villard, "that it will ba Impossible for n»<* or any one eta* ta accomplish a result unlet* the 'Terns' pull together in iwrfect harmony. Ii thor* I* say )*•** ousy ami bickering lietwwn them It will ’ frighten away capital which otherwise would he drawn there, and I shall not bagani my time, to my nothing of money, in Ui# undertaking. Til 1 ' advantages tilde are phenomenal and there ar* v.ry good MAMO why th*** two citim must mm at once to pull together and to pull hard. lf they tto not do till* tliey may l«# their prestig*, and this would be an incalculable disaster.  Proceedings in Both Branches of Congress.  THE BILLS PASSED IN THE SENATE.  Building Lots  for  A Finely Fuat*ped Train.  Cine Ado, March IO,—The member* of th* AoMrtcaa Asaociattaa of General Paaernger  Or. J. W. Enos' Sanitarium  or va limi uh    vj    uwm«    An tai’levin awirmwa tm trwi.m •• • »■»    af ac curing . unpen we which occupied th*    Ticket Agents who ara to bold their  structure consumed. Every floor .rf th*  fnwlintf io th# ( i , T 0 f Mexico on tit* l*th  grant building wa* filled with highly inflate* inn I >!•' material, and Uh* tout wa* so inurns*  AiiTON, XT sT-s.  . momom that be ha. Mt.MS.hod In ■ building purohaaad tor th. BH ■«»    ' ,  urll0 ,„    ,    SANITARIUM    tor    th.  BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL.  that the frenum had great difficulty in heaping within ti jilting range,  Hurt by Palling Debris.  The A wn** originated in tha euglne-room and darted through to tha top. through the open hatchway* of the freight *lovati)rs. Whan th* heat had moderated somewhat, tiro* lieu approached more closely, but little omit lie done except to save th* adjoining buildings. Without warning one of the wails give way and bricks were hurled among th* firemen. T wo men, who wert quito note to th* building, were seriously injured. Others were struck by flying bricks, but tome of them were lmdly hurt. Huge spark* from tto McMillan building were carried gr* it distances by the high wind, and for a time It looked ae though a vast amount of property would ba destroyed.  be aa tor McMillan** Loan.  meeting in th# City of Mexico on ti*# I nth tost, left tin* city at HI ©’cloak In what ie pro) ably the finest * quipped train in the world. It cow prises eight Pullman*, two dining cark and an ob*fration car, is vseti-boled throughout and is lighted by electricity and heated by steam. The train is used for the first Ult** Btope will Im mad* at different cities in Mexico, where arrangement* have been made to entertain the visitor*, and In th* capital the general go v sr nm sn t will pay them especial attention. Th* i>arty number more than HIO persons.  nu ....rinnc durlns man. year* IIM convinced him Set .ll a***  5222d W^MewlW to an Institution of th!, kind, andor lh.  — ”BLw of the physician, and brith the aid of mean.  When J,e patient* are seen by their medical advt**  * t TbipoeSkmof^BANI^lS^ie high, an.I theaii^oend.r^are free Bo® oil noxious influent**. It bi readily reached by the Second direct horse  •"\dl5i51tl ta lum* * a ii darran ire rn e nte are ae perfect ae ie potable from a knowledge of sanitary ’acienoe arufthe requirements of eurh * nin f tlt ^“' fim tricity In all it* form*; Oxygen and its compounds; Bathe, Douoh ,  Two dwidliu •. house*, the First Congrue* tx uni Cha rh ani the tit Alish Rito Cath*-  •tricity in an it* ionu», oajr’ .. ,    ,    '    ,j r .j    u v    n «.  i, Inhalation,    ‘  leeds in addition to finch oil  A LARGE SOLARIUM  .lr* , the latter two bk cia awny. t aught Ara bul wen. a. vi I fellator M. in I Inn’s less oo t * hut ti d bull it ifs >i #l«M).wiW. covered by ineurenca  Us>. hee 175, —.--  al slut half this sam. The Mum I'hair ( om  Bit sue |a,(iou. Other Uss*a» will tiring tbs .tcetrui lion of property up to nearly  FOO,(MR    __  The Decease* Wife’s Metes- MIM.  Lox DOX, Marsh IL-Ther* ie apparently no prospect of a compromis# between the  friends of the deceased wife’s sister bill and lbs members whose (forte to extend its provisions I ave in previous session* proved fatal to the measure. The promoters of the bill sUU hold that they are pledged md ie agree to Ha ♦ xtenaioo* t-> caam of marriage with a deceased husband's brother; sad <» the other band Mr McDareu and his friends are resolved to rate* this question, whatever may be the effect on tho prospects of the They will discus* th* point la tho  A*    \©preprintInn    af ©3041.000 tor a  pit i.lte l»ti ILI In* at "tall bah* City—Still  I ti.mat! ng th* Hl*lr Frtceallonnl Hill— Proeeedtng* la lh* Mow##- -Ki-fwnrr**-m*n Taulbee Ftart Ho Well -On# of MI* ffbyVelaaa rredlcte His Death.  W ah iWOTDX. March ll.—In the eenate Mmrtay KUI I .rd offered a raenlutten Instr© t ig lh tomniitt*' ob flounce br inquire wh .t rellaf may be fu. nHtod by the Government for the existing agrteultural depr»mion; referred. Tho bill appropriating fifiOi.OUl for a public building at Kelt Uke City w*. iwared. Tha bill providing for sn Inspect km of aa ate for exportation, prohito Im the importation of n»lfi(terate*d article# of toad or drink, and ant hor ain* th* president to make jr. camatina to rcrtoin -aam, and far (.the* purls***, wn* token from the mien.tar and discussed uniil ll o’elock, when It was laid ae kl sud th* adunation*! toll was u up Ilit>g ,u * #|roke iii furor of th* bitt.  In th* H»»**e.  Th# tame* concurred in senate reeolutlon proviHug tho* tha sonal*' ami house committees on inmugratioo J<rtntly investigate rh. workings of the federal aud state ie n a relative to immigration (rom foreign countries. Th# resolution was amended directing th* > nt oominittee to luveeilgate th. effra.'t on American workingmsn which is likely to follow th* parchaae of Atnartoaa bidustriae by foreign eaplteliete; atar. to report to congree* th* official ei’.rrwqstodcnc# od th* proposal lo make Bed lo#’* telaa I, N«w York Larlxtr, aa immigrant depot A Mil was passed increasing to fiHW a month th# naaskra gram tod to Gen. Hora*** Buugakw. The oohs! aration of busto •#» retoUag to Ute District of Columbia wa* thro proceeded wish.  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 & Sixth, 60x120, $500. Hi^liland Parhe.  One Hundred Lots ranging in size from fifty feet front to one hundred feet and thirtylfront, all very deep. Prices from $50 to$500, on terms to suit purchasers.  One of the nicest residence plats in Alton.  Over KH) Houses anil Lots in different  parts of the  Call and see list.  ALWAYS AHEAD  TAULBEE 18 WORSE.  m**#surf. —j----—    .  ■ '•* "    '" J i dr ied* im th# second rt^dmg, ai*d wi I arter  IV i law Wi g it A Co , dwora-  W|ml f%im it  fortnwiiy’ by an inetructiou to  f75.uw, and have »n*urance ut  for Sod Bath* and oxcrci*® in oold and  in ^ m  K  enl  | ^ e,l i! 1 ®i ^’aiid'STSivoB 1 !*}* Bath patient in thoroughly examined by Dr. Enoe, and rroeit e« rn.  daily penooal attention.  Now Owen  FOR THE RF.CEFTION OF PATIENTS.  4 mr terry Ware Hease De. troy ed.  Kamiah CTtt, Ma, March IL—At an early hour in the morning fir* was dissevered to the fourth Bour ai the war* house of the ll a Crockery company  h.d gal.-. I such a strung br a-i way that the ^ ^  Q  „ fir* uepnrtin ut was uuald* te> cxt.ugnlah It,     Jo   I ti.-, ».uM to“'’"'“'‘J* ZTtoudH  ■ rn nun t<> the adjoining boil. im ga lh*  Wsr# IMW Aud cooUiHi Wt*r® wbollji d# strayed. 'ih« Urs# k estimated at IHM,OW, fmly insured. The origin of the fire is unknown.    _  Ate# Weighed ti* Feaade.  Frrrasi ao, Pa , March ll.-Tb# fum ral of Miss Little Kramer took place from th# r«e-idemw of ber brother Frank to this city. Th* young lady was the beer teat woman living til Pittsburg. All th# uwudwr. of the re bouw    bra     ot    lumy y  buiW *  The Ar. •*“*     bui M1 “  L ‘“ ,e     **£*  any two of her five stelwart brothers Mw  adfin wa* 5 feet 9 inches lung and » inc hr#  acrose, inside meesureoi-nt Bevro struog wen found It a difficult task to put the body In tbs hearse. Mise tdssw* wa* of a very retiring disposition and eeldoin wa# aw ® tho (tenet Bbe wa* telum ill Tharaday and died Friday night  HI* Death Predieted tey Wa# el HI* Physic Ina*.  Wa tit i xoTox ClTT, Man-te ll —Th# eondl-ttm of #*-C4*agr***M»eo laaShw la wore# than it has hem at snv Urn* sine.' he was wounded by Cor respond rot Kincaid. Chi# of th# physician# stated that time- was iii soluteiy no hop# and that death  w  ** ceria a  With the aim of Leading in my Line of ltuaincHH I have Received a Largo Stock of  BYZANTINE RUGS  Fir further information address Dr. ENOS fit the SANITARIUM, corner ol George find Third fte., Alton, III.  Children Cry for Pitcher’# Castorla.  RESOLUTIONS  (ttsH.frsttoi et Itlrwilagtentn. Ala.  Bimmikohsm, AM., Marrh IL—Firs destroy##! four three-etory brick sicapee In Uib City. Th# ktees are: R K#wr*ll, und*rt«k#r, I,.*, .rn stuck, 115,000; on b nkfinge, •*,«»; iusurenra, fiA.t* 0 - Mi.fit ('kithing .vmi)>auy. I-aa fA.DD; fully Im ii red    McGuire A  Wood, MI loon, I. se, *3,000. Other kieee* wilt make tbs a x regal* *»«,000, tasu ranee kw. t turn $10,«'ti rtcverai flrenaa were injured by tailing walk, but non* seriously.  The Latest in he Market, in ell Sizes and Colors, A FINER AND BETTER RUG than the SYRMA RUG, at the Same Price.  UNANIMOUSLY ADOPTED  By Ii Boofl Citizens of AIM ani tally Iflclilim tap ic Jersey Collies.  A fit. Peat Hotel Horned.  HL Pach, Mardi IL—The Commercial  botel of KOU th BL Paul, th* great stock yards suburb of this dty, was destroyed by ftrctet fl o>k«k in the morning l>ter Vnlej,  th# pro; r ie tor, wa* badly injured fey being •truck en lier bead with thrown Dom a window. The a total hisn, but mod of th# oonteaW saved.    __  Iturrews Dot th* Hest of Hies.  Ilium SUH AU, Ala., March IL—A detective    Jackson    went    to lamer county  sevarai weeks ag') dlsfuimd as a foot peddler for th* |.ur|»ss) of krcatiug Huh* Iiur-rows th# famous outlaw. He startod aloHfi eh ort! v aUcr to th* hill. where Hurr-.w. to ■upimewl to be hiding. Notiung more wa# esc ii of him unto last Saturday, whra.bks  * i \,aAj was found ta th* wood# rid,I tot  with bullet*. H# hod evkbmtly twra «i«a*l five ar six days. It to supposed that Jackson was murdered by Burrows or hi# gung.  Tb« Clligrns of Allen and Examine the*© lU’GS. Quality.  nail Vicinity ara Cordially Invited to Call I am not afraid of an Inap»«tiiMi af vhtir  fit rack Against a Pereasaa. CatCAOo, March IL-Th* switchmen employed to the Northwestern Kafir «d yard#  her# are on a stsdka and th* road officials  Tis# tt^-ubt*  'rZ'7     !     —s.# **  « building »ns nr.ee from the refusal ai tha fiompw * . r» nteals wen dtoclmrg# rn. obnoxious f* ram**  l.umlMir Burned Dp Baw Yoax, Mnreh IL—Fire destroyed a large portion of th* lumber yard of Wetaon & I vt linger and th* stables of ll A PhUp A Ca and Thorane Rckitng  ln  Booth Brooklyn, entailing a toe* of about tMO.Uflft  d*m atrset yards Urdem th* foreman  discharged, the strikers threaten to extend  the stalk# to other rondo  WHEREAS, It has Pleased Ids Royal Nibs,  Th# Cser end I sarins IteKmti  Kaw Yowl, March ll.—A London epecinl ,*y« • A letter is said to have beati shown s to th- conv 1*7 the chief of police nt Moscow j warning him thai on March IS    I  csarl.m airt the exam wit* wdi    |  d nth and thm* bo power on .wrth Ona avert their As >tu It th awwrtad among the niM« UU to IxHirlrm, Bu.din and Psrto that «m tto a,me date th* annrr. nuiry of th.- emperor, AU'Xsn.l#r IL, will to crte-toeteri try an sttampt to mmmtaMtm Alexander IIL    _  Kame Peraletaae Foreigner*.  Hew I Antu Pa, March IL—Ten Italian* at Wampum, Pa, aceaewl ti theft, rw stited the attempt* of a cefiaWfi I'”**’* 25«t ttuen. end ov-r I® sta.te we. firwi. rrau.uug to the fetal .h.erHug of en Italian eml tto dn»g#rou*    ^  Dmmtv Elsie A ley. There are fears that the w«i Italians in th# neighborhood will attempt the n ecus of tto jgkw# 1 ^  Preferred to Hang Martell.  NonJUXTuw-x.Pn, Maruh H-AdneCtomc, who was todkrted with John Kandermh fbr the murder af tor tomband iaha Utow*. at Pottstown last Novemhtr. committed suicide In ber ceil Bunder by hanging herself with s silk imndharahtaf. which •*»« *** th. cell door. Kea.ler.ish was scuolttad Hsturday. After his acquittal Mra Chomo pre* very meiaoctoMy. _  Iteuelem Mss* As# (ta tem teed Miners  WuJffiuseitML Pa. Marl* IL—Th* Mer.  Father Thommx, of Hohohen, M. J., «*-dwted th# requiem mew etaebrated to »-half of th# entotahad miner* to tto south  Wilkcebarr* sbsfL at *    .    *  m, ruing to th# tit Mary’s Catholic church Tto * rvioe*. which wars of a moat solemn and impressive nature, were atieudad by about «,«»' peopi*  glPCAIto    TAI IdiWh  Mr, Tftullw in un< «m»ok>u* iml hti |»uln^ uncertain awd growing weaker The physicians have discover* t that si») small ion*#  at the bm* of hi# twelu were splintered by th., bullet and this, It h statal, make* what m* mad to to an ahnosl h*q»*U*s raee even Z»cvmragiag Hr Bay ne. 'to ph rte-Un In chsrg.-. still exprew* lilasw-lf »# h- jieful, but to admits that Mr. Taulbee is grudueliy  grow liq, worse ________  The World's Fe!# HUL VV ash I SOTO* CtTT. M*r«*h ll—At a floal ooufsrence U-tween tto Chicago drtegsttnn and tto sub-eummttte* of tto house cmiatt-to# on tto world’s fair l#«i*l*tio(» at Wash ingw-n. th# worM’s f*lr IAU aas completed airt wilt is- plac'd iwf.uv th. full coo»mlts*e et it* first meeting I to. tdll provide, that the innnagrm-n' of th- frtr after ll* o|. Bing ■ball to vert. d to a oat;, iud comm batea. #..rn(eject cf two lis ialiors trout rn* h state who ara ti* be nominated by their governors end appointed by Prasbtent Herb am, such wenoiltte# to to divided as to th# iioittira of It* mem tors. Th# selection • ut# end all other arrangement* for th* fair. fin* .etal aal other wow, ara to to left to the cairo! at the Uhhago eorporatloa.  A.. J. HOWEL.il.  tm TOD I MOS ANO lUtk  mra Si O so re ITS ta  vws esswat MSS IMW ItSWMUJjL  TR ROW ARI DK YOUR HJKL IIATRRFS AKD lMVlftT IN  People Years  of this after  To remain with the Good Vicinity “FOR LO!” thesc Miuiy - , .. Itauirnratlnir a Hystem of Small I ion « Btorp Lompctittou. IU' it therefore,  Dynamite ta th# W nod  Mswr ClTT, Iowa, March ii - A Atabal bal Mime ha* Jfi* bran unea tiled at Btof. fwd. n.j*r tora. Parti## «WtknoW» *ha*l*d three sticks of stove wood with dyne rn. I#  gad put lto.u to A. Deyl-y’s woodpile. JJT mu-, u i y  tod beau tam { *#rad with. The  I/atm ra.-igh to tov#duo* grant damage bad  tory s«|Nided.    _____________  It r# ach Ut Pre a* Ie# <~  BbooHAfiOTDff, IM, Mandi 1L-«A tiooai branch at pramkm earn ended tor* to the Circuit Court by th- award of WM in favor of tto complainant. W fl Item (Mtoou, w wealthy fnrtner, and Mise Rraonna Brown to have been married recently, hut th* Mctiv# gt■ <-rn Bed bef'Sre ti-* nuptial bour sud ha* wt since been heard et  CLOTHING, BOOTH, HHOEH, FURNISHING  Mr Hager Fall«*d t* Asta  Loxfeix, March IL—Arthur Orton, nomi-to cnftet tto met f**r Stoke u,#jn  and DRY GOODS, to Call on  THE GLOBE.  AND BE IT FURTHER  i • DOYAL NIBS with a» in older to keep BR BO}A  WM.!  TU btxjru#. wo*.    egpeoee# of the  mud to meet th# share oi rn « canvase, end hi* nomination has, therefore,  tora cancelled.    —  Hun Over rad Hilted.  Tonat>., Ohio, March ll -John *»•« *g#d IL while play .Bg <*     uf   ilk. Hi**-# railroad in East Toledo wa* .-un .‘tr .n.i kil*#d. n# did not baar (to a-i,roaching train until wa* too KywM to^rthly mangied.__  »P  Hi*  RESULTED, That in older to keep  ni "    ^*T*'    "  Mill  WM  fiwhiU looter we alt of na »f re. to »e»d our *    g    pBICFS, hod    JJJ  A RILdI.BRAND, for al! their (Jood Good.    ^;  M.. Brae  UCH March ll Man.g.*r tohutoa at tto (’I#' l»nd toHfuo team  to th# city with  Pas tee! 11m# ss Becard.  W ash I MOTO* ClTT, Msrdi IL—Th) pp# etal train tendwsd bf th* Ptena-y Ivani* Railroad company ta M*aag**r A. M. Pal-unir so convey bt* -Anet Jack" company Di«n N#w York to VV telling ten, mad# th# nm between th# two el tim la four hour# airt HY en teen minute*, th# fata* Unwon record:  Ckw* ■“ i tee*  bra ,ravP.us rec*mi. Mr. P*Jmcr's cm netty took dtener at ‘to Arlioglun botel, end ttoo went ti) Albeugk’s Opera house, wtor# tto matiite) performanc- for the ton. fit of tto Actors' fnml Ugan at I o'clock, tofnra s lerg# and distinguished audience. After U.s perforturao th# enmiiany n-turaed to {tow York. ran* bing that city in time for  the evening performance  ••Th* Devil ** a Mrate Wssfi Be.  Bai.Tixoxn, Md., March ll -Th* three Bftvswm rioter*—Jaw**, Kkjrfi, and Bmitii alias “th* DevlP—now under sentence ot deeth. have ranllral their petition, and ara euekitiK religious comfort. For a while ti*« trio toughed at all effort* on th* part of min The first to give up was "th* Devil  A Hand fwd Miners Batrashed  Lox don, March IL—An expiation ha* ocurred la tto Moran ciliary at Glamorgan, Wales One hundred minors ara «jtomh*d. tVjramunP stioB with th* unfortunate miners I. t ni| . «st I a# and ti M fsarad that ttoy have all perished. ________  A (ta Ic ag* Deteal tar.  ('mu'Ate 1  Mar<ta IL—Y. Bfiwkti,flfl®fiff JttoGrtto Light and limit Cmnpray. of this city, Is muting, ami to saldte to*de-faultcr but to what (Ukoant to not now del toddy known.    ___  Marland Stores and Ranges.  Builders’ Hardware a Speciality. I have the Finest Line ot Carpenter's Tools in tha City.    r th* Iran Bara  Wa fin I sot*** Cm, March IL—A craven- m au *‘f the order of K se her Htol) Unreel, or Iron Knot, oo* ol th# Wading Jewish ach lo this country, togen tora with • full attendance of deli gs ti-* Th* ocdmr, which has a membership of 15,®“, in##!* «cw* Hi sis years, tto toet *rav«ntkuu being held rn Cleve and. (Hltor. w#re tic u*l a. frticws Flutidmt . *ta» *u MToif . flcc|ensei drttu Mtw#* Green ba un. Jonspl. I> Ctwus, and jrnvta Trust; ra-^ratart##. Uwto A to* baw and LLL (starthan Mr. Wolf mads an address ta wrt.-h hr urg«*<» a u- ton of tto eight Jewish secret betwvol ’tit or,; an Hatton# In the United BtaUw.  Third Street, opp. Botte. Telephone M,  • Copy of this be sent to THE GLOBE.  gamerteuit    arrived  M. K -s-n. tto CVve. j .bort stop.  w ko has turn d anothm ■sault bark tate th* League oamp.  Death of a WeU-Mrawn fitotof.  y . ynviijx O.. Marah tL-doha T. Ingalls nrmideut of tto* Ctfilon ‘*aak, thtotety. Sd wall knew* thrragtoot tto  it aoeu He inlay    heart Mh®  Sr  CIT! OF ALTOS ASB  Oommlttee.  Pa lteetatra Ban dared.  Jgoxeox, M rn, Mar* h 11, —The suprcnie a or- irt not rafetor A ti cinon ta  tb *  c *T!. j.,huL humveafurp^-ytogto M>    .....  WM    expected.    A    deototoo    wm  be givin* next Mottday.  l.iaeoln BIB Be* Braigo  Jjnxnox. March ll -Mr K*>b#rt Lfecoh, Uni to I Htetm Miaist-r to Kngiaml d#til#e  »ta ten a ct that to Intend# to rasiga.  Death at file Fetor Uaiss IrtxDOX, March IL—KL* Peter GmMm, of lh* finn of JAP. Coat##, thraud mnkara. I* dead  llllaets Far***#* tor fwlwils#.  ItaraxnUJI HK, M*reh ll—Ala mert-_ J? Batara club. tora Ital unlay JaL-eC J Undtay. pr.tidcnt of th# Farm an. Mutual Bmmfit a*e.R»*ttoo. ..lf* r^d re* ulntioas which were adopted, d~ 'artng that •w„ totiev# tto tariff for imramary revenue al), art tow. levied ae to dta ria* irate ta tm-M at Amertran tabor and prom*'* a l#*n» market for Amerieaa farm La." nisi that “th* hteraas.ui of our home c«>iisui»ptta* through a rational protective  aff.e-ih tto only star of hop# for  American aesture "  Jag (towtit aa the Bead  POAT Wear*. Tax.. Manta IL~J*7 Guild, Ge»rg» Gould, J M Wi. & U-  li  CUikamta.voamtoorraflroad ttikfial* ar rtv.d l*#ra from the -rat Sunday After inspecting th* Tsivv and Facificproperty tto ptatiff prowtederi wert  Three Death* fre»u La Ort©©*-  Cg It ate). March IL—Three (tot rf tai (.sn, I gra,V,y*.t ta tto Chicago pwta'«*w <1^1 afteru's*) from “ta grti-p#, coo-  Granite ai Japanned fare. A. L. Floss  SPRIK)  I HK D*w rtct.ing a l.rgti HQ'l .ai .-'I akack af Cl. 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