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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 30, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 LTON DAILY TELEGRAPH.  Al. I ON, ILL., WK I > \ I; s I) A Y E V ENI NG,  ANI)  MPETEIIES  AT OOST.  Ill EMI aw.  Clarkson Talks of His Tour of Investigation.  WONDERFUL GROWTH OF THE WEST  INT Other pill,I), -nan, VI Iii. Ii    him  "•I* 1  Til ii Vue-*' for th#* position.  I’mlrf.iitiai r»  WAsniwroa City, ,l y  <-The pre.    __  Misfit ft*m m*ni to th* im* ti Ate tho folinwir u a ii*  nomination*: I* b# collector* rf ,"* A PP allm 8 Destruction of Pan ta-  our  «rWs mutt have Room for FIW moi of A IJH'MS and PAIT. THRUSH uow under way. Hence, we offer our present stock  AT COST.  The Ever I Hn POPULAR -LUC  Sheet Music,  {(’lf AA. J. DK. KMM IIT, Sole anent )  CHOICE SELECTIONS  man Lur kith a si.rd po brginmfth  AND KOR TIM i m. ii* TEACH EM DI HIK  PIANO ANO ORGAN.  se»t-  ttMprtMr Waite, by ......  Fl> away t.aktp. bf . .  i.. rf rule Dr. tim Halt*, by In,. At lune.. tim, Jo (-Alop), by in Ult SuastiliMi, by .  Jack trust’* March, by Moment Musical, by Playful Ronda, by Itueslan • sr* nd March, by ••tar of AtTf.tiun Maxurka.b)  'bower rf HoAes I .Alop, by.  "    “    *    M alt*, by_____  Wreath Walt*, by  hr., ae. acac.  De lailll  Ham*. Beethoven •Hreabbog lame-Knight •H-huberl .. (-reene ...Franr**, llarttnana. -D ea C bo*  (The l*ort office Depart reeiit .Killona to Keep Ip with the HmmU of th* Country  (  Weal of the HlwiMlyyl * U«*ttloM Whit ll nome of (bn W fair rn (Mates Will Anon Have to Meet—Faat Time on the Hall—Capital Culling*.  Waaiilnotoa Cit?, July MO-PlrrtAa •islam I’.at in (Utter General Clarkton ha*  returned to W uhliifton front an extend-I *d trip f bn tug hoot the north mat* rn Alate*. Ile *Aya: “I have !*e*-n Kotte nearly two moutliA arui have traveled lf,OMI tulle*, passing through fifteen state* I apeut nearly all the time in the country aret of the W.AAosifi fiver, where there la am I, re-mar A aide development and growth. My tour comprehended all the im port aul eitlea weal of Chicago and north of Kau-“ ul  Rf- Ne one fan understand how rap-Idly that gn at country la developing until he ieee it. It baa not had in any of the department* of the government the officio I flu 11 It I.-* that it ta entitled to. Thla la largely hecauae of IU extranrdlnary grow*h I traveled rn, the fast mail fr -m central Iowa to Portland. Ore., which makes a good deal of the time aixty-aeven mile* an bour, and the service ta very rf. i    .  ficient aud other fart mail. mTwlw  !  *“*■  W< * 1ktWW * brought tip to the otaudard of rflkbtucy.  Wonderful Development,  The poetoffli es in the cities’that have  ,,    collector* rf customs  r r°T ti  < llrr * n . <* M*lne, for the die-I,  J  ,W « n ‘*'l«»»ddy, Maine; larker ..  vv, «Kin. of Malt hi, for the district of Kennel.unk, Maine; Georg- W. ( rider, of Mf,me. Urn the district of York, Maine;  Maaaachuaetta,  for the district ' *“  loons and Drosses  AT THE DEDICATION OF A CHURCH.  of Plymouth. Ma*saofau-    "■    » h *    >~*u    ll...    *„*    Thor-  j eughty Dried awd W baa it* Large Caw.  (regalia*!  Attempted ta Hie# ||, Kf  I one.I Themselves Held Fast — A Hushing Matinee* thine by an t ntrrprlsln, I altar A Laugh .hie (episode.  Pout Dodo*. Iowa, July Kl-Whan the  Hepahllrsn Senatorial Cauma.  " amb Nutty* CITY, July aa—At the adjournment of the cauma of Republican •citator* Monday night Senator biiarman, j  In giving oat an official .Utemen* rf re-    -    ____  suit* of * lie* calico*, said the only action rontribut iou plate was passed at the dad! * *"* *    wa* an agreement to have ““on wrvice* at the new Congregational  "I'* •* “  0>,fK k * beginning <*«*"* at Moorland not a -ingle ,-rsm, toav',**'  to  I""*‘be tariff bill m se to leave bta mat (J,* ***£ wa*  -- he* ansa the Varniah on the acate was not  An I...esilgatlua Wanted.    •uftlctontly dried ami the entire conure  AlaUml'Vr  n M    °*    J?* 0 " hiund Uaelf tightly    glued    doen  Ala fwma. intrI ne ,I In the hotiae Tuee- The oongtogatlou was  day a resolution melting th* chargee •*•*’ cswmbtod In made by the Farms**' alliance that mill- were dry* aul in their    Sand**    hart    *r    ...........Jf ’  Bargain.  WH IM IIH USI  (Thick Wall*) I-a ego Cellar.  with Water in Hoiihc  one rf t lie largest th* village, aud ait  bdl through congress, Investigation.  and cai 11 bg for an clothe* fort,  (tango**, WU ,  Hardier, a young married  had ta i  worn their old  fly ' Vary dram was ruined and the .lest nu t iou ,» panial**.©* wa* .1, *d uteiy ap,ailing The first loti mat loo rf danger cam# from atte of the tear im ah* WI mu vyoung dry good, clerk attempted  to rise ),,„(    , j0# wf  ,^ Ina* th ran started  III  Depot,  Hpliudld  JI f «1  CLOSE CALL FOR A LYNCHING.  An nihil art, om. . . shut D.. h „ by a Had (bar ar tar.  July rn -offic.-r Lout* (•‘’•Hi the stale with the plate *    ...    **• ttbot    Nlaeli    Im    Their    **•«»,.  down Monday night by Hank Hippie, a by the police Hippie n raiaing a rutupua la a Kansas  street saloon arid carried bis botateroua ; conduct into the street, when officer Har-! Aer  been douldthg every year or two were '**r told him if he did not ta have tooted over, and I have returned with would arrest bim. “If you do I will blow  ***** rectmimendatioi,* f„ r  Increased j your brain* out," ani*!  all-of them, aud J Ile coatiiiu«*i hi*  (Htae  Ac.  Third and tim sts.  ALTON, ILI.  THE LATEST.  The Stepping Stone, by  Sidney Roienfeldt.  (Vt*-Al, AMD IMaTRt MLN r tf.} lur a Dopy  OUR SPECIAL TERMS:  IOC Per Copy.  25c for 3 Copies.  50c for 7 Copies-$1.00 for 15 Copies.  Catalogue I'ic iii-; < m  Appl lea* Hun, »»r Mailed I’IC Kl: to adv Addrt»MN.  Chas. J. Degenhart,  Third and Piita its. • Alton. II  ■ allowance# for nearly aome rf these have already lawn granted. , The department ie anxious to try and  !  keep up with that country in it* pp*, dIgloos growth and increao** of population and buainrsa I made a pe tty thorougli I b»ur rf Wyoming, Cohrt-mio. Montana, Idaho, Oregon, Washington aud CMU-fort)ta. The development of th* atatea in I til# mountains and I a1 na ply wonderful. in  Hippie, defiantly. ...    .    acttt.u*    and    Harder  w n!ke*l towa^i him. Qui, k aa a flash  ti pple pulled his revolver and fired threw aho!* in i|.n< k -ii, co*aj,, M  Tw« took *f  fc< t in llartler * throat ami the tuber in hi* at omit cli. Ha,... r dropped de*,I and III the excitement Hippie got away, tmt h) mean* of hi* dog. which followed blin the chief of j-dice and a artiad of offlt eni loratad him hiding la a patch rf weed*. lie was overpowered and arrested, but he w is immediately -urn,turfed by * thou sand infuriated citi*.-na, aud the pol im M» r» obliged lo mm ilietr club* in (Mer to  *o the Pacific alop* is The Puget Sound | country in western Washington la the , finest I hare ever seen. The citkw are I rn tm, wonderful in their growth I have ■eyer *een a.ountrv toe,,„*l that  r .-gton I pt^i rf tl7.Gr prt77,^'  J iii dim*!#, mil,    and    y of j    —..........-    -    ,  , econery, I he larger half rf the country ,    lateraallwaal    Beant    *    t    <mte*t.  lying west of (lie Mtseiaeippi river is! Vihvv A, July .Ti - Th, uirfrrgoing great pr<Mperlty  Many (Jawrtlona Im Mewl.  ll baa many great qiMeUoaa which i b,s«t.«. K ,-, a must soon la-    met    The    di>.. ---    —    V    < ''Ute-1 her*  bae been  MtMeR(d ” • — —    —■■M.'.    , Mr    .I,.a... .ar    im-    ,    .    ,  mi    led mort attend    la evening dreea or  c<-Dime* repr.-< ntatfve rf the country  f< How mg dime  A lo-k rf jwrplexity which quickly changed to one rf pain rvrr*tm-.,d lh* young mat)'* eoutenaaor. and a -harp re P<»*t like lh* tearing rf mu.Hu loin i tHi  plainly (bat m>oi« thl.ig ban given way No further Recideatt iiap|*euwi until th^ pamon gar* out the hymr, The sermon had Uwu  a  j. m>f  one While the ,*>«gre  ga iou .at the varnish, entering into the  1   yrlt rf the pea-shut «f. and when the devout w.eship.wrs sough, to rim they  “ ttRk  '«» t  lo their seat*  It took three i, ,arter* of an bour to free all th- prfanner* All the Iwi,,-- handenrn* toilet, were ruined and large portion, of j tn«Bi n! tti dHtimk th#  ptftfpt ut IU# ch ii re Ii.  Am  A readymade chg bier heard rf the calamity at noon, and. wtih a rh w to Combining i.usvokr ntse with Ut vines* ojtemsi hi. emporium The ahtewd and pMlrtKhMpie merchant was arf di«at> prfnti-*!. for the men Who had attended th-de-leatI It, a out e i# gau a a«ani|wde for his _ esub.i.hinent, which coaunuel until acorea hail   LOT  60x120.   , iSrAtt^f lllM>rl,00<l *  U *' M| F to  must be sold.  Dorsey & Mann  310 Belle street.  ne ta I y painted A.nlwrpristng Clat bier.  I neat pm of | rr ;  Ration ie now, I think a larger tm* with ail the mountain alate, than eve,, that of i ail vet, and the government ought anon j to devise aome vast system rf water atef* age. a,» aa to utilise th* moisture provided by nature for the immense are* rf land now uncles* because of want rf water, or j else it ought to enact iegisinti<»n protect ing private capital In providing such storage I he people are mu talking much j of politic*, they seem to desire for rest in that. I*tIterant Nom the east, th* west is ' not yet disrnaaing th* contest of IMO,"   (  I* 1» nndarrt.Mxi that whoa Col. Clark-*"p complete* las report on postal a lf aim in th* west. which will he in alout two weeks, that be will tender bk resignation to th* postmaster general  | lion*    have    lien given    for th.ae ladj** who    rta'tVtal^n-'* *t%!„     W|, *‘  wish    to    comprt.    in    th. international    alw, d, 1 a g,.*, trad.  Ail competitors must    Mince alberta, (KMR which    it i*    iafamal '  as**. *    that surreptitious attempts    will    he mnde  ad I    •*» »«ttlia- garment* ti vt never    ,mild »*  truen witu al tort coala  n ta* met The .liver qmattoR ZTriST: k i , L‘'    *  fairly settle*! It is pretty well 7  1  PB"^««rapha, with their addr-. with that. Th# question of irri    Thttaw    who.    ar*  fr-on which they <»<me. fig committee stvi**s that shoo d tl«e competitor* deaim it traveling expert**-* hixI the cmgrf living here for five day* will be paid mil rf the funds at t he disposal of the managers Ksch lady wh.. is lr, the competition will o-< wive a sou venter of the (session The Tchhewt.r »l sum to i* awarded to the winner ut  Injured  COLLISION^ STEAMERS.  These Fewpte Kilted, a Na ait.mr  and Two Mlssta*.  Bai TI VOUK, July Kl-A crowded excur I aion ate*mer, the Igmhm, returning from j bemsh with I,duo soul* on j Maid Monday night, cnssli- d into th-- flat  (ady Mixed Paints I Oils  —AGENTS KOR TIIK--Sl Louis Varnish Co. Kine VARNISHES Rod JAPANS.  I  u   lartcr (Ink (Stoves anil Ranges =  yv>nng wife, and a couple of week* ago abe w a* f> rc**i to leave him on act <>unt of bk* brutal treatment, The hualtand and wife m* t on Savrtelle avenue early Tuaaday morning, and after a short conversation Novak drew a revolver and aho! his wife three ttmea After she Lad faiJm, he fire.!   __.    _    .     4     .     ,    • ballet into his own brain and dmnm J   UWM  ny    #    joint    Wflolulion    extend*    J    Mm, S&%expired in sit. Vincent 9 #  lug to the lath rf August existing appro- bwmttal about an hour after the ahooiiu,#  priatlone ami laws for such expenditures  too * I* 1 ***___________  ae have not heed provided for In Mila  Un* steamer Virginia hound for Norfolk, answntwg rrogedy a* ( toertooa. I at rwt Gar roll In so instant merrin,*!,! 1-Kv»:lav«». July SS,—Anton Novak, a ^aach mged to horror, mad shrieks filled Bohemian, » ynara of age. baa for aome ** r - children were trampled Jealous of hie (ood looking (  toot ; * x r "°g mon rudely  time been  HOT WORDS IN THE HOUSE.  et ruble rf Iowa Makes a Hitter Attack en speaker Kent  WasHixatux City, July aa,—The »■***!  Hint k Diamond aud Asbestos Rooting. Building and Sheeting Paper. Foret, i.ift and -Spraying Pumps. New Home and White Sewiug Machines; $-‘iO each. Amenta for the  Celebrated Stodebaker Fan faioas.  —FINE LINE OF  %iaw. Bailies and Sjriaa faions  See Hie Beat HOAD CA HT in the World for $10.  11 JOHNSTON, Hardware Co,  rd wa rn and Farm Machinery, Alton, HI.  REDUCTION SALE   OF —  SUMMER SUITS AND PANTALOONS  MADI-: TO OHI)KH.  •EBFECT FIT IND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED  passed Th# hone* then went Into eon. mitts* rf th# whole on the senate amandin-ma to the sundry civil appropriation bill, the item under discussion being one p propria ting WSO, OOO for additional accommodation for the government printing office.  I hiring the ■!• but* Si ruble* if Iowa mad* a bitt* r atta< k on Speaker I toed f^ hi, action tow md I gen t inn. n interest*--! iu public building billa Ila spoke rf the apeakrr's manner a* sneering, and contrasted it with the courteous manner rf < «rlisle w-hen he aaa *|*eak* r (to a»ked lf the menilwre would continue to auhutit like cowards to the iiexlirr'i dictation. Ilia remarks were applauded vigor*»ueIv by the Democrats.  taii-i* rnwudtap.  In the ***u.»tv Sherman offm-«| a reaolu IKM) for the daily meeting rf the w-nate at 10 a RL The rwxduliou went over. The tariff bill having Iwti tak«-n up, the mo Hon to retim e th* rate on arati* acid w»*  I voted down by a strict jwrty vote. A aim-| liar mo*ion regarding horst L- acid *.««. also voted down. Jon* a rf Arkansua ad-! dreaaed the senate in opp -iti- u to the UIL    _  To Move the I ie IwUlaw*.  Waaitixutox cm, July au.-A propmt lion to remove the I te Indiana fH iu their reaervatiiwi in Colorado serow- the line to I'tata will n«>t prtdiahly lie acted upon at this ta-aalon rf congree* Opinion, differ tai widely a* to the advisability rf th# change thai Dobber branch rf ccmgrwH ie willing I * act in the {ire ut lees without more -pacific in format I*rn. The prolwbil Hy la I list a co in m i t te Ar* maist i ug of mem beta of Uh* hou-e aud wnate indian com mitiee will visit Colorado after th*. a*l journm.nt rf congtv»* and decide for them>M‘lves th* proj»*i course to pursue. if th* adjournment la* delayed until Ute in th*-autumn the committee will defer iu departure until next spring, thus caus lug a post j->n«-meta rf the whole matter 1  for upward rf two years  < Ulm Ie a Mig Estate.  • WaMiijturoN t irr. July.**) The district register has received a petition signed by Edward ( ny I# rf Kilty lane, Kgllngton, county I terry, Ireland, laying claim to a  Mad ll AII MI- Own Way.  Tkxarraxa, Texas, July go.—A___  boond mail car on the Iron Mountain railroad wa- clearn-d out by a Dibber Saturday night The car wa* standing in the yard* aud th* postal clerk, J. V Mo&trief. was at -upper. The robber forced a door open and ti I Iud rn 'ag which he carried with all the valuable mall he rot,Id find Fur -ack- were cut open and their con tent* sifted. Ile wa. aret) carrying off his pl Hider, but baa an far evaded arrest Th* p<»«tvt authorities do md know the extent rf the low but vet I rn a r - it at El. UUD  DI*! Me 'Isuilvr HI* I im*!*?  PnovuufjtcR, H. L, July NI—Undertaker Thomas Carroll, rf Kart Provt* deooe, baa begun a -ult for slander against his nephew, Frank Carroll. The nephew alated that hi* and*- had token tho bely of a child from • curtly casket which had been ordered for it, put I he lady ill a rough pin* bog, saturated it with acid, and btirtod it in th* collar. II* then t*aik the caoket and a*>1*1 It. Young Carroll was plaowl nuder 16,UUU bund-* to app- ar for tn.J at the Septeiuiwr term of court.  under I . pushi-tl aeble I weak wk,non all iu aa insane endeavor lo got away fnun *!.-iuger Thr-e is-rsrt*..  tavwalmort instant Iv kllfol, . uumle-r ■Rnly lujured, ami ten peewana ar# sttli i rntodog riw .lewd ar,; Mr-. Catharine M Keyaer; t baric- Granger, ,t )**r* old; Daniel Keep IU year. old. Among the ; injured. Adolph Miller, cm  n t„ver and other, am aum to db of their injur I ma It u now Mievtsl that thus*- re [M*rte*l ss I*.I—lug Jo rn;—I i.verhoa. *1 and ' were drowned, heanh has been mad* all ' mon,mg f,^ l>Mi),--, but boos have thus tar baru recovered  hat Vapor Stores  ark acknowledged the  simplest, Most Lasting and Economical  - REMAINS—  Unchanged through Tears  *£«lllc(l Into  , ''.l*.............. ........  tr>iD|f eiprrineg^i mum m. Her .‘MMI now In  U a«-  tll   our  315    Ht,  HI* Mast  Funeral ml a I'-pul-r Mas.  Mi I AA VSH* (go. HL, July ii Tho rn mains of Jadg< Samuel S Mar-1.all wrre interrtsi at the (A*i«C I-eibiws' cemetery Mott .ay aflammiM. It wa* the largest funeral ever Witnessed in this section Hnaineas was atmpended *w.| btis;-iess iMMMrs aud public i<uildiuga w« re d»sp*vi in mourning in homu* rf the diatiagui-*h*s| des.! Tetegrama of oindolence w* tv re (taivc I fn.in Hrnator ( uliom, t ..**gre»MiuMii Wililama, and nthara  Will shat Down tile vf.ii-.  Tau. KIVI it, Mass, July Kl — \t a mot lug of the man if idurota’ board rf trade Monday the agr- . iii nt rf tho New Rug. land mill men tv -hut down factories in order to mill (*• the overstocked market was rood No on# opp*,-, d the scheme  THE SEA WING DISASTER.  Carf. Wet herm Ovsrlwartert I u«I me* ta Us.  ST- Pat L, Minn., July kl — Tho government iuapet tora heard further testimony Monday la th* * a a- of the wreck rf the -teamer Smi Wing at Uke IVpin. Caph Wet berm ti ok the stand to teat if, In re gaH to hie license aa master, of which them la no rflh Ui reword Hrfart B Adnitn. of Luke I ny. a paasenjpar on th# Sea W lug t*s! Hied that be and aome <ah-or* put on life preserver* who*, the -form at nick th* in and the captain order*,! them to take them off. saying that they would frigtitoi) the ladles The rwal rf tile tr«fi mouy was about hi* .-scape altar spending *ix hours in the waler. The investigation Is practically over. Th# iu-j*-* tor* will  lovlew the testimony ami agre*  U p*m * rejMirt It ha* I em sr ai>llsh**|, it i* that (apt. Well), re ii over lo*, i,-. I hi* Is.rt c*>ntrary to law aiel ,1 ie * ntith-a w** uot obaervsd to guard a mi oat accident.  A. J. HOWELL  DEALER IN  CARPETS, CURTAINS, CLOTHS, RUGS, Ac.  OIL  Our  U’rioes  WILL BE FOUND  LOWER-Considering Qualities and Styles-   a fX other bou ”  ia  Alton. GREAX EXTENT of our SALES Bu alumna on a VERY CLOSE MARGIN’ ogmud fact thai we bandle by far  in consequence of the we are enabled to do *®d it ie a ret-.  Killed Hi- Brother with a Fork.  PmLAI.HJ-iyx, July *4-Th# death on Saturday of Charle# H Thompson, age,! II years, residing at Mk> Master *ir*ei was reported Monday to the coroner by lh* physician who att -.de*! th* hg|. !;•„„„  11**-physician's statement it appe tm that while rating dinner at hi* home ,*n July 16 in company with hi- brother lh* it lei, 14 * year*, t barba* a, perstsieutly teased tU young, r Uot her that the Utter, h^aaing mr.,.'od threw his fork at him auh con-slder hie force Tbs tim- rf the weapon struck Charles in the thigh aud hurled UM iiim-H - -n d.ep a- to roman, sticking In Hi - flf-h. IU*M*.| poisoning ensued -nd this I- aaaigucd as the nan-e *.f kb* dead,  LARGER QUANTITIES OF GOOIi.S'  HUN ANV OTI I KU HOUSH IM  T , re  un    **  Hal * -dor.mu I ieiurte- ( uslrwmi.  N«W Y,mg. July Id- Tile Herald  wmntagwjs^     u z  Mc “-it Q^^i°nablel.  guaranteeing  A Perfect Fit,  Reasonable Rates and  Complete Satisfaction.  H.C. G. Moritz. 112 Third st.  I  I*roe no |  K  the ham ta of the axe* rtive r inmHtee  There will probably be a shut down rf a week or two iu August.  Attempted Train VI reeking,   ___ —___....    .    .     Wl *     ,TKD *     Caon  • J'dy *» - An sttoinpt  share in an estate of ffln.ouu.uu). which th*  wa * to wvvek the through pas- ng. r   ____ m _________  w-vmr_(• IA  and ti was de. i-l.-d to ban the miter la ! Uhert»d .chador, sp-* ;rf ««y, tlw latart  AT  BRUEGGEMAN, BROs.  (Successor to A. Brueggeman.)  Artistic Tailoring and Gent's Furnishing Goods Emporium,  isle I J’iuMtt street  petitioner -ays hag been toff by Mutuum*)) Coyle rf I*, nn-ylvaui*. Ile claim* that the Coy to family originated in Ireland and that Man waeah Coy lr'a forefather emigrated to America In ITW, and set tie* I in pennsylvania. Nothing to known bere of  the Coyle aetata.  Mr. ( Ii rad Ie May Me t K-Iiimsm.  Washington Citt. July ju -it k believed that H« preaentative I head ie rf Indiana will be ma*b* chairman of the sued*! house committee to investigate the chargee against Penal- us Commis- I •louer Haunt. Mr Cheadle has a first alas* soldier reeord, la a lawyer, and Improbably. ae a congressman, bad more •ualnasa before the pension bureau than  train from Harrisburg to Huston in Win-•ted bv puttiu : a ti* on I e track Next morning it 1    :,s-k a largr, ru k wax  throw a through th • n um|uw of a p.ta* ing car of the same train The tie wh- dis covered and remo,«-d by a aw|k-i*mau  Since th# attempt officers have patrolled the track.  Ri-tuu-U lo »i*M I ite s«ale.  Bk tr*igo. Pa., July flu —-Tim iit.ei.ug rolling mill having dc* lined to sign the  (  acale rf me Amalg tens ted ase*-- tstion, thirty two pit 11tiers employ * I rf the  works of us* 4 to ti oui- Munday. I    ha<l    « tiro# of men on hand to    protect ti    e  rids action comp'.dit I tho nu!! to -hut    I-' -    ’•  !  the polio* drove them    off    aud    la  down. Als-ot .to mv, ,11 i,ff, ,d An j    »•<*( -    * - tore up the track.  atte rn pi niay la- lua-te to M-cure uou uttion j    od)    into will now b* held for   Ubwr -    comt.  advhVN full, col,firm the ao'.uutsof th*  two Victories rn the dalvad<-nan* over til# tHMUii.aUus—one at ( bingo and the other at Ati-'c4teu)po The Mexican rain toter in (,’uuteiuala ha- formally pr*>i«-usi againat the sitfipresehw of tej«-gram— by th«- Guatemalan am harm** which sup prceskwi. it is c aimed, - - x ie n * I • ta private and o-in *i *< ial <it-*p.,t hea. Gr»-a» ton eternal ion la -ani to prevail la Guatemala over tile m w , ut the two disasters to her army  Hight***!-M ay War at Oaiaka.  • i‘v. 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