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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - March 13, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 DAILY TELEGRAPH.  %  OLUMK 2!>.  ALTON, ILL., THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 13. ISIK).  NO, 230  OUR SOLON9 AT WASHINGTON.  But Few of Them Have Registered in Topeka.  NOTES FROM THE POLITICAL FIELD.  Dr. J. W. Enos’ Sanitarium,  ALTON, IT .Ta.  rn, mans anc ounce* that ha ha* establish*! In a building purchaaad for tho pg. woe mb    purpose a SALITA RI UM for the  BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL.  m experience duriug many years has convinced him that all diseases ho managed more successfully in an Institution of thla kind, under the   w     .    rn    ..    .__.    _J _     ■    _2,L. IL. .1J    n,    ha*  Jriltor H«U|rwl, att Th. Cincinnati Com* ni.rrl.i (insane, in Fairer of F«t*blUh-  lag a Nepaial. Ntaie br the K<fr«M—  Aa Es. Ulna Kli-eitnR at Mniftea, Iowa ; 'nm ration at Wa ter leo—  Speach AftlHil («tnpnl*ory Princeton. Ti tpK KA, Kau, March IH-Munidpa] cit itll >iw alii be brid in UM) hint aud second clair, cit Im (rf Kapaa* April I Th. (act that women ar* granted I ranch taw in than oleo-lions tor tot them with peculiar internet R gyration cloaca In thla city on the ’JOU) in-?., an I up to the present time lea than ti ty women barn sign Ole I a (Wirt# lo avail tbciUM’lvaa of the pri#iteg# of voting. Bo Hub intr mat baa I wen manifested that th. Equal Ruff rag. iKwciatfera deemed it naoaa-•ary to Wye an ad I ma to the woiucu of Topeka.  Meat Rat hit with Folded Head*.  It »aya: “Th* Urn. for our municipal # lec-t Iou will econ he bare. The tim. for the regulation hooka to clon, will ba bere aoooar, and whan once they are cloaad, lf your Bania in not therein, th* opportunity to el press your conviction* at th. WI lot-boa will have (MUHod away aa far a. th. preaeat election ie ootnwrned. Do you aay, what rn Urea* have I iii th. ruction I Wa nu war, th* aam. that man Lava Ad matte’* pertaining to the geuaral wall being of oar community ar* dr cided by the (leraoo. in authority, plaoad there by th. votm of th. people Ara w. bot intern*?w<i in them thing* equally with our brothers! Th* time iou pamed in Kau la- when women can aft with folded hauda and lament Ik eau*, weak, incompetent, or vidott, official* arc chosen. Ko woman who hat not done lier [ort by dotng hor duty in depositing ber ballot auction day and es* priming her preference at the primary baa any right to find fault if the wont possible pwra.it* *b> uki la citadel to (rile*."  amitanl supervision of the physician, and with the aid of means not other-gUc st tom mend, than when tho  ^  __  patient*    are    seen    by    their    medical    ad    vise    rf  atterr els of several hours or days.  The position of the SANITARIUM in high, and the •urrounding are free ffoo ail noxious influence#. It is readily reached by the Second street horse  am, sod Is near the Union Depot.  Th® building is large, and arrangements are as perfect as is possible from • knowledge of sanitary science and Ute requirements of such an Institution. Bectricity in ail its forms; Oxygen and its compounds; tilths, Douches,  . .    WW    i______a. __   ...    ..I    sam    IMS*    Ka.    aer    a    Cl    I» * F»*Ar \ Hv DA*  Th. l>Mjr*n Proceedlog* la the Arn.tr and ll uu»* el »i« prenatal Ive*.  Wa* hi Huron CiTT, kart ii IS — In the •enate tVedmwday th* concurr. ut resolution for th* Invent ideation of iii.iui«retioo mat* tar* together with the two Imom amend-arent* ct tending the hive-tig lion to til. purchase of Americm bnluatr, * l»y foreign capital, ami to Ute tie of Briim'# itiaal ta New York harbor aa an immigration depot aa*'ak 'ti up and the b<»u*e amendments agnel to. and th* concurrent reaolution ha* mw pawed loth bounaa Th# senate then proc. adad to vote on the r<* ii ut too to es-delude from Th#’ Record the la ar potation* mao* by Call in the raport of tm# aUrwaelon with Chandler. Th* reaolution wa* agreed to—jess » nay* 14 Four Itenn erat* voted hi the affirmative- Payne, hub, Vance aud Cockrell. Uonaideratkm of th* reaolution for the ruction of a [ resident pro tem. to act during th# alwno* of th. vfcw president wa* then preceded with  t he Blair Educational BUI.  The anitr agree I that at X o'clock of Thu red«J, March SSI, general debase or the Bklr eriuratteoal bill Aah dew; that HWr he allowed u itll X o’clock to make a clo*rig argument, aud than debate on tile amendment* aba 11 continue until the bill coot# 1 * to S vote. Mr. Plumb ha* gives not***, bow aver, that he will call up th* silver bill next Monday and antagonise the Blair bill with ta  la Ut* Hews*.  After routine busine** the boas* trader a reaolution present#* from th* comtattte* en  rule* went into committee et th# fkflh Off th* Oklahoma MIL    T  I (LOKIT WAS PLENTf.  Charges of Cruelty Against Commander McCalla.   r  Ll VEN PERSONS HAVE GRIEVANCES.  I h«- Court jai Infinity Go Aboard th* M. Aliter Enterprise sad Call fee WIP a*#.** Agata** IU Omaaaader — The Teatlaaeagr latiodueed — A fioaesaa 4«g?cd with a Bayonet and* Afterward* Mn > k Down with a Sword.  Building Lots for Sale.  FAVORS A BLACK STATE.  , inhalation, Nursing, eto., are provided as may be required^ by pa-BHM *  hmm   av aas    bf t    ~    r*     w     ’—-  —TF — .    ,     L1     -  Ink, in addition lo such other treatment ae may be deemed advisable.  A LARGE SOLARIUM  For Son Baths and exercise in cold and inclement weather, etc., is provided.  ggeh patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and receives his fcflf personal attention.  Now ODen  FOR TOK RECEPTION OF PATIENTS.  Fir further Information addr* st Dr. ENOS it the SANITARIUM, corner of George and Third ate., Alton, III.  Children Cry for Pitcher’* Castorin.  Aa latervlew with Editor Halelead en th# Regre Uweatlwa.  Kaw York, March IS.—“A new hindi (tale ehi'UUi ba mala out of tho Indian terrb try aud (Aitiwma If thla la dona, and I •ii .Ii urg* President Harr bon to favor It, a,] th. ii bood lea ted negroes iu the *#>utbern •tate. can migrate to ti#* new .tat. and prao-tkwliy govern th.mn.ivm, I do not think tho whit* poopb of th. KHI th wilt objNt* Field Mar*bai Murat Halstead, the military baking editor of Th# Cincinnati Commercial G uwtte. uttered th* above in a vary emphatic manner at the Brevoort boun* while waiver si ug with a reporter: Ha ooutinued: Met a Utopian Dream.  -The pba i- perfectly feasible and I think would materially awrist the Republican party. Pr<«i>l*ot Harrison bs hts fwd era) •p’foiatmcnta in the Wack state would J. .111 it awa sri*! none but nagroea It woald give the rear a dune* to barn how to gov* arn tbeoualvm and ba a place of refuge for them. Hit* ta no utopian Jr.-am of mine, bota programme that I think should be •ooo carried out Aa to the Indiana In th# ten itory. why bt them remain and mix with the negro#*"  In eoasiMfiMfc ape*king of Governor Campbell, he *vld that the governor wa* ii. 4 men ti it-1 for th* riot prmldatray but Mu prerideocy. In Ohio the Democrat, are not tor ex Prudent Cbveland Aa to Fred -i n* Barrisoak being a eandldate for a aroon ' term, ha said It wm too early y*t to Bisk# any predtettoas.  •NTERNATiONAL COMPLICATIONS  Likely tw Brow Oat af th* Ardens a# a Fresh Oaaatabl*.  Tacoma. Wadi, Mar oh IS —International kn*plication* ara llkeiy to grow out of aa incident that has takan pl*** hare practically involving an invult to tho British fl ig and a possible eiolattoa af the rights of British subject* Tho crew of a British vernal, tho Craigend. doaartod ti j ship hora, aud although they were not to ha paid Mil the return to Liverpool they brought aa action hi a Just loo'* court here lo recover their accrued a agre Justle* of tho Pere# Patrick baal a writ of attaoiiuient against th* van), aud a deputy oooatabb wa* put in charge- Copt Hamilton went ashore and left Kdwtn I lanai! to* (a com maori. Edwin Hamilton went ashore and hired a gang of men to put a lining rn the ship.  Leaded In the Waler.  When be returned Deputy (‘on# ta bb  Von Bibber, thinking the new fore* was to help get poseredon of the ship, hauled hi the hairier to prevent Hamilton from coming aboard H-uniltoo throw a [dank from the wharf to the rail, lait aa ha was about midway af the plank Von Bibber jerked it from Its place and buried Hand) iou in th. water, injuring him so that ha b confined to bb bad Th# oft*'*re. thinking it was too warm for thorn aboard, took the ship*, compere, chronometer, and quadrant, and went ashore Those article*, taring British property, ware arised by th# customs officer, and the oouatabb wn» charged arith smuggling Th# British consul at Port Townsend will tnvmtigate lh# matter. Th* anre baa bren report*! by telegraph to th# alate depart maut at Wash iagton. _  RESOLUTIONS  Kau York, March IS.—Th# court of Inquire to look into ll** charge of brutality on th* p.ct o. Comill IL McCall* of th. staMMF Enterprise opened Tow lay al the Brooklyn navy yard Rear Admiral Kinder ey ennonneed that a vbit would ba paid to lh Eat#.rj.ere* end that ah bend# would bv mustered, Wb n th# court had boerdal th# veered Commands! McCall* rau#t«-red bb row* ami Judge Advocate Garni read th# OIHMN from Washington Admiral Kilnt«rl«*r then comm* tided all mon or officer* who bad any n rap amt to make about harsh rib* ipUn,* aud ct md treatment during their term* of #%-i * .#■* ta lh* Ka erpria» to atap fm war# to the star-boar,# part of the quarter-dark.  F.lcver Men Had rompUints Three wa# a desd *11 ct ice, Uotuman ter McOarin looked anttouaiy over bt. men and th# me rn I era of the court martial looked cur-prb#d Buddenly our »«reman striae*) for ward. Thb trek* th* lee then five mer# foil* v ed him Titer IWC flremon -Acpp *t out and a marlier cain* down from th# bridge Lh bf Engineer J-rn-. Entwbti. abn cam# for ward and Ensign G. W Kllu. fcllouKL El#*sn (UM) in ail stood In a row •Ibntly signifying that tier? had rciuplaint* to Hake of harsh treat neut After thb op •ration was go*)* through the court adjournol for the day  bfsat Day'. Froeeedlag.  W bait th. court of inquiry met Wmiom day raccatng the first witn«#« catted was Lieut IL IL IngerKril of th- Eot#rprb#>. H. testified to vartuua puubh.nvuU inflicted on rue* by Commodore Met‘alb, tun all the punishment* htsd bn-i# hi »coo rd with the law* Uu July #, 1*te. ai ll oVk* k la th# evening wit*ms. who was lu hie eaUu. heard a -.reman matin • a graal nom* Vie heard Couuuandnr Mst'nlls -.’i^ateily #»r-rier th* aulae to b • >to(>[*d At bret iii# oui.rn #n#tec want forward h ninulf H# foi lawed th# commander and 'mind tem •tante tag n ar John it WsJkar, a nAstlebn fteeuian, who was ha the hands of the ship » polloa Wnikre used sbu.lv* bugung. and •wore at the commander.  (lagged with a Bayonet. lie was gagged with a IreymMt pb#«o arr-aa bis tnoute aud •tr*;ri»'d ti#-re Arter a w bib he was ran lived. W«ik«-r    I* -  came violent and abusive and ttentoid «r MoCalla drew his se or I aud struck nim aer,us the shoulder, ki.o, kui; him 4»u Attar that Walker wa* put under arrest sad [ria sd in -Ioubb IrwBs. lu -na-eum^ui-Hon the ibutenant ankl he u *e#r kuew a s.op Ui.it bari to muck liquor on urg led on brerd re there was OU the Rn ter prs* <. He rend lf<'t'alia had Introrimwri a auntbiir of im proeementa fur the srefut of th# wa •lout he sand mol commend of the ship  Corner Main and Dry, 150x120, for $500.  Eighth and Market, 00x120, - - - - $450  Ninth and Market, 50x100,.....$350.  Bluff Street, two lots, each for - - - $150,  Alton st*, bet. Fifth & Sixth, 60x120, $500.  XZi@rlxlarXi.cl  Paris..  One Hundred Lots ranging in size from fifty focft trotft to one hundred feet and thirtyffront, all very deep. Prices from $50 to$500, on terms to suit purchasers,  One of the nicest residence plats in Alton.  Over IOO Housos and Lots in different parte of tho city. Call and see lint.  flora? k Mal, SIO Bd M  ALWAYS AHEAD  With the aim of Leading iii ray Line af Business I have Received a Largo Stock of  BYZANTINE RUGS  UNANIMOUSLY ADOPTED  )y Ie Good Citizens of ion and VicinitT  Kaconpin id Jersey Cories.  WHEREAS, It has Pleaded his Royal Nib*,  remain with th© Good People of this  icinity -FOR LO!" the*© Many Veara after  taugiiratlnfr a System of Small I rom, ami harp Competition. Be it therefor©*  Conv #» U»»a of Ta a* carane* Wachee#.  Wa ta JU/X), Iowa March Ul—Th. Third confrerei aiel temperance pouvmtton was la •union b r# all day Otar MU) dabgatea ware In attire tai.<w, aoMRig tb#rn ea-Sremtor* Un-darwaod nod Whnby, H, P. Ad do rn* and J. I- Parley, of Dubuque, and score* (rf othre protuiitent mm. Tire address a# wMocku# wa# mad# by C. W Mullah, of »hb altv. Dr, J W CUnton. of Hampteh, wa. prvredtng oflkwr Th* follow tug <rifio.ni ware alMted; Prreutent OM. J sd Uke, of Indapaodanoe; secretary. A IL Uhyder, Cndre Fnlb; Irena-urer, F O. Big h way, Waterloo. H. Q. Hetuiagway, at >mm time wnator from it bch Hawk county, d#ll»*i «'d a stirring addr#* on th# kTnpvraure ore Tuition of I HW. tUe. Mr. HwreringW, of IreportA (•"• of the oldest ministers re this sacttere, spoke en th* union teraparatiQe movamauh Th*  Ma UllaoU Stela Fair la IMA  Pno ai a, lib, March lf. —Th* state beard of agriculture rn** at th* National botel la •his city and dre-usasd lbs world’* fair situ attorn The board decided to hold another fat stock show In Chicago, having bren guaranteed against Urn. It was abc* d«ufeted to bold ou state fair to !"•«, ao sa Bot to eon filet with the world's fair. Tbs board peered resolutions that Qovsruar Fifer be earnestly  requretad to aoueene at aa sarly day a apa cia! Manton of the   _ legislature and lo nwcxn  arend a sufltoteot ap (  roprte« tea from th*  stele treasury to place th* dfepby department af DI toots abreaM oft nil  •tat* exhibit*, and thai th* gauwmor ba re-q ore tad lo Invito aim Oar action by att wthsr  s[M*. he* ware on moral suasion for lh* een-dsr.    __  Hi* Murderer** Frtassds VI* ter Ire**.  Mot’LTO*, loam. March IS.—Oh*of tire moat arcing ebclioua tear brid in thb city lunk pine* Turedny. The occabon wa# th# reduction of scbool direct*’? * A pvcuHnrily tit th# care test was that ail party Haw were thrown amin a?id th** whul* ilgbt tvntered around th# ueuct of a laurdnr Dr. W. v. & Murdy, who wen nanteU'wd to th# penitentiary far leu year# for th# murder of Sires Tipton, a butcher of thb pine#, has a bust of friauria, who oonteuJ h# wa. wrongfully    I IL. lh* ..fh-r Lanfi    • fritadf  Mow It’S a Orcas TroaA Kaw Yowl March IA-A eteow trust b th* ktual J amas A. Bnlby, th* aqua) partner of F. T. Barauss's greatest show on mM* has jus* booonre [art owner oMk kaxres K Oopar in lh* Korepnugh rircua It ta ag# bet bred or in Mma ted Aret Mr Bmimh financially interested in Mr Bteby 1 * new#* “ A th* heal b If  venture, hut It b avldanl that  tended to work some astonishing result* th# anotia bual?)#** cf lh# oountey Th*  magi)11 ad# of th# trensactioa tunas to hare ■urp, bal avao tho most daring among th* lh#*lr# managers and amate mat fipteu b  lore.  rum! On the otto* band. Tipton s friend# chum Murdy wa# ooid- Wooded and mnlletou* bi dicing Tipton. The community bas lek'-ti shies rn th. auttter. and th* astel Miter ic-.mg reb**. At th# aluottou Mnrdy s frreo<b cam* off vtetor ou*.  RESOLVED, That we Comiult our'Own Jtm-Dtn, when la Need af    Good#,  NOTHING, ROOTS, SHOES, FURNISHING od DRY GOODS, to Call on  THB GLOBE.  A galas I C.aspntowvy F-daeatten.  D&mqnJHJUOH, UM. March IX-Fedor Sail > of th# I lev man Evangelical Ireth-•I ao C U oh id this city, has ired a abut a lh e» is,-ubury education MU which has ci Abd a awed dead of ouounoUu* among Lintel lepubluteO, to view *4 th# ap-  or* att hi ug aly •’botlon# Ha tare* bad  •trull^. v end reupiteUtelly agmtel th. tow, white, ha declared, gave to boards of vdu oaUoti and boards af director* th# power, lf they i■to*'— to wipe out til# pwifhinl K-hoob af lh# Luttouwn and other churchea. The pastor said Hint th* law b cr aa ling great iudipmiam throughout th* state and that every where th* poopb of hts and other  0 l.un ix-, are riming their roto* against lh  AN® BK IT KURTH KR  REHOLY ED, That in ordtr Co keep bi*  R ?. YAL   «<WLVEU, UM IB oraer vo nccp hUq lunoyr  wt  gjj ^    to    »end    our     iNet * h ^ r ? v     eoscEft    aud  HILTBRAND, for all their Good Good* at LOW PRICKS,  FuUtteal light Or mr a FosluM**.  Maw<s Urrv. In., March IE—A red ho* ptetoffio# fight won at Clar ink*, nod to adjust ntaturn ftmgr •*»•*» Swanoy baa igrcnl to submit Ito* umttar to a popular vote. Us *UI tAtei apport th# naiidldate ratojviug Sh* grretent number of vote* Til# men reeking «»» !>*•«• *re A D.  C. A. Coutfr, I *V*srbre Johnshm, K W, W mr  H*. rn bl# mary af Ma»|,ra<4to«.  Ilommtn, Nab, March H—Dr. C. fi Blair b under arrant charged with pQafib slaughter for horribly aratfkUng a watt Btm.1 Mr* Tndker, wb<a he was adod attend dtiruig *onfiu*me*»4 Ha wa# mtoxi-rah.i Bl th# tim* and used a roaatatttfcp stkaif* Re cut off urn of th* aklM’a MI and ret th* woman «> »redly that taw Abd aw th* third day after lire apsrettota Threw war* sever ai gash#* ta bur thigh*, utas af which cut lh* «atas of tor it mb* Th* pa pl* ore Uitecarly agisted and ta* (fioSNw b uniter a strong guard to ptwvaal lynching  treat* mf a Chtenga MttltennHtt  Cmicauo, March IE—John T. Lwttor, th# well known bard af trad# operator, (find af heart failure, rare (ting frow patrols, lh id ablock Tutelar night Mr. treater*! Ui was paiuoht aim health baga ta bet summer. Be and Mrs. treater had sp. id th* fail and winter la southern rnfiforum. Th»y returned about six weak* wtu, but th# rh in ate here wa* depressing to Mr. gad th*y started tor Jekyll laten t. Ga. But in New York Mr. Later grew mob worm an i returned to fhtaagu Bundgy right bs Iregau to stok and n#v«r reoovarrei  \V It i vrkby, W. H. Brownbr, H N Maiiwua, L#wb CYoaraU nod J. W Mo-  h Copy if tbix be xeotto THE GLOHK.  CIT! BF ALTOS AID SDBDBBS.  Committee  Draw.  Xbougtit It.lt»r ut McKinley’* BHL  ggw \ cag, March IE—Th* chambre-of cm,lurers Tu aday re- in ted Its former cmdsaaantain id th# McKinley customs WE sn I a*i. |)t«*l a I-port favoring th# imarere, orovfetod a clause to inserted permitting questions id fad to b# lr red btauiw Juxta*.  Ina Miner* on XU lh*.  Mia SBA roue, Miuu., March IE—Th* Jttio ani'* Ashland, WM, speoUI say#. Th# great Huerta iron nahre, th* inrgre* prwdunF In ta* world, is (din Its 1,000 employes bars ■truck Th* tramway iu*o struck (dr higher wag as, and th* miner# refute! to unto sn aune* of ar# to any tramway Sauk, auospt th ire jo sir lim lh'th tales ars U’remi .cl, and the fight re*ms destined to ba a lag an*. Mite of tho strikers are fursigtatk  A YALE STUDENT’S JiSGRACE.  The Latest in he Market, in all Sizes and Colors, A FINER IND BETTER RUG than tire SYRMA RUG, at the Sami Price.  Tbt Cutins of Altou and Vicinity Art Co fUslly Invited lo ©nil and Examine thene RUGS. I nm not afraid of an I asp*alma af ikrir Quality.  A. J. HOWBHjHa  H* Flays anas* Very Shabby Trlrhs and  Thee Disappear*.  Nxw HAV BM. CMM.. Mar%h IX.—Yare atudenb Bink* po bb the foi»o* mg monte affeotlag on* of their aum tor: Wilfred Clark, af Norte rt». iiiiigt *u. Conn, a taw school aanktr, pby>l a «amr of ixjkor with John M. V#rh.»ff. of lerarevtlb, Ky , and lout, but fwiaed a quire ktt nbfe-h It wa* agreed should ha referral to Die Polk*# Ga •setts for dbutsMMi A bos of fido was mad# on th# point Lntor Clark showrel a Inter pur[iur <!ng to be frow tb Wk# Gssette, •aouintiig bb VMW af Hi# can# Vreboff  pa sd tbs fro tut, but stilt instated that he I right ll ww than agreed to refer th# IMI to Th# Clipper sui an /thor fitOO wa#  bet. Clark again produced a Wino* in bb favor, apparently from The Clipper.  Vsrkef Orswj Iii sn I* ie aa.  Var boff paid th# scoured IKM. but wa* rn# ptetoua. aud wrote Th# CUppsr and Gestate  Hte He fouud that they Ired never writ to Clerk Verboff e*-#u«ed Clark if lr ink ery, end Clark returned the D" an I gave rn #Wk for the amount he bed loot ie v#rboff Shortly afterward, however be asked to sos lh* check a moment, aud when It was handed to him he put It In hts pm«k*( and disappeared, lib action so disgust I Cb# student* (hat Hwy dec! ted to make the fact* putdU  0fO TOO KMM INO SU IX rsoeflOxj tu$71oa  The Capitol Wna Limited.  (HJrvxLAMD. Obio, March IE—Th# Pre pert Rolling mitt in IM* city was do**! Ut* Tureday night and th# banda paid aff debts af tire cotnpnny will uu-nnit to .•»* fiiuu.oatt. Th* work* Were uu • teg sub aud I failure b <1n* to a lark of capitol uav* eery ta carry the bnsirxu# ou in the d I men •taos pro J## ted by th* own.ra Tire taoriif has ntwb en ••UchnrenL Th# company's Itty roll amounted to Hdi par day.  ms0>  riBOW ANI DF, YOUR FURL BATI BR A¥B IBY¥Rt IS  (iarland Stoles and Kanjis.  Builders’ Hardware a Speciality. I have tile Finest Line of Carpenter’s Tools in th^City.  Left MU tai re ami Dying Child.  Cs aru aaa, IIM. March IE-RO. Dan toe, a young married mea af thb atty, having rmp#eu»hta relative* ta thb county, bit bb young wife ared dying ebikl last Friday ared has not baun seen or heard of ala**. Ha look a *um af ?nouey with kUu, nut tall in# wife lh almost immure rireeuMteeuaa Per stere who mw D.#iUmi on the ireiu my he talked es lf he we* .bidented.  The Mr et her baud Mas* Haitlsts  CLAVBLAMO. O., March Ii - The *WV*lU aaasfejn of lh* Rrotherho Kl tsua- bali meeting was brid bar* Tu -eta* and wtopteJ a eehedub, after which armohttioM wa*adopt. ad alto wing «wi? houw olut* X i-u oval af th* UU ai tldkets arid par gam .• fur free hmm* A #ui!tract aith I J. tab for • supply of bail# tor thru# years was #nt*r*4 ta Lu After attending to some eth*i bual urea the tufting e.ljuuraed.  tam ta I ad Do ll# * Weir*.  Poovi&BJics, R. L, March UL—Th* atock-b< riders ai th* U nk»u bank 1^ I vote of EFff lo Sift bsv# derid.d to wind up th# affairs of th* lank. This b th# hank from which Triter Cherte* A Pitcher suite all the cash in June. KNM He b now tea Canadian MIL The hank recovered nearly all th* rata and securities that Pitcher Mote, ln:t its •ftair* have not bam In a flourishing oondi-teoo for sow* tim?.  Ml# Last Iks! taaa a Fern Dim.  Paevtosacm, k I, March lh U«*org* Ward, a tpinaer, fired foul shots at his wife Tuna lay, miaiog aor »va/ tuna. and then shot bun sri! im th* elshwMm. Isst not arrhal* |jr. lib wife left hun A** week# eg# and Bes been staying Bl I (arm house wear town. Wert went to th* hou-u an I after i word* tire shooting ouourred, Ward re tar armet    ___  Public buildings 'rill*, Invo!ring a total expenditure of U,MiV,udO, were pa seed by Hm» bouto' of representative! Turn ay  Kleettaa at Baerameatm Oat.  Hachaukxto, OOI., March ML — W Cool#UxA. Iiemocrat, wa* .riveted it defeating Gregor I, D. nu .rat,, by 41 voten  Ti* Republicans elected tte- reroelnder of thrir ticket by lergv majorities.  U sy or  Granite iii Japanned Ware. A. L. Floss  Thi r d Street, opp. Belle. Telephoae M.  SPUING SUITS.  I bm oaw reaciriug a Urge had vmriu I xrick af Cid be. IM ai Ue pravelling shade*, for Spriug Hails, wtiich I am preptreti lo kxaba ap U tA«  Most  .es*  GUARANTEEING  A Perfect Fit  Reasonable Rates aud  Complete Satisfaction.  H. C. G. Montz, 112 Third st.  Richly- Riff*** Miners Perished Ir)XDOX, Mar. h UL—It ta now d#tWUt> iy bern. lh ';Uty-#i»bt milters pt-rlsbsd la Ute M •    -’'Mer.  If. A. HOFFMANN.  So 100-102 Emit Second st.  OO LB At. Bun run  RitoraitSpiMs^  Cock  8tov©»  FIr©backH Wa'ranted to Last Five Yotfm*        -    —    —... ---- rn    aa    JL_    _    m....     ■■■    rn    /    i*AU  'HOWK JMAL" U Abo Ll Sh BTOVKB.    trittfarteg,  Mm  I w I y   

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