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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 14, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 AITON DAILY TELEGRAPH.  VOLUME go.  ALTON. ILL.,  TLR-SHAY vrcvivfi - -rf   "    OOTOHKR ii. is*)*,.  <»R EAT  NO. Ill  Ex-Secretary of War Belknap Suddenly Summoned.  •top* We have had manufactured for our Special Trade (by one of the leading Paper Mills in the Hast) a  SS5R h> j?. L .“? >e of the  LATEST and BEST STY LBS.  PAPE RTI ES.  (HON PA PKK.)  These Match! ‘ss Goods are now under way, and will reach us in  ■ about 10 days.  Rtf’* We have cut deeo Into tho  ■ prices of our present stock, and offer , you same at  The fver I POPULAR I UC  Sheet HIiisic.  (OH Ag. J. HICOK NII A KT, Sole Ammi.)  CHOICE SELECTIONS  CAUK PULLY A KRAKE KU ro BLOINNFP AMU POK TH* PSK OK TEACH?  ERS or PHK  PIANO ANO ORGAN.  I  YOUR OWN PRICE.  ■ —»‘Remember all our goods wpen to your inspection, and you will find each and every at tide distinctly marked In  are  Hitin Jh^igfuroM.  DEGENHABT’S  GHEAT  t hopsack Waits, bf . .........  Hr Away Galop, by .........  Gertrude Dream Waits, by..,, Impatience (Banjo Galop),by  In ti** Sunshine, by .........  Jar* K rust's Mardi, by.......  Moment Musical, by ............  Platful Honda, by...........  Kusslan Grand March, by......  Mar of Affection Mazurka.by .  show cr of Hoses Galop, by.....  “    “    **    Waits,    by *.  Wreath Malts, by ..... ..    .......  Ac., Ac., Ac,, ac   De (aillt   Wallis,  Beethoven.  .Hireable**  .... l4in*e,  • . Knight  ..Schubert  ....Greene.  ..Francis.  Hartmann  streabtxig.     Glese  Ac.  THE LATEST.  The Stf pping Stone, by  Sidney Rosenfeldt.  VOCAL AMD INSTR! MKN I AU) IOC a Copy.  OUR SPECIAL TERMS:  lOo Per Copy.  25c for 3 Copies.  50c for 7 Copies.  $1.00 for 15 Copies.  FOUND DEAD IN HIS APARTMENTS.  The Coroner's Inquest allows Tho! the Im mediate Cause of Ute Grail, Was I" ga mat tow of the Heart—A Short she leu of    Career—Aas. lee Miller  Still Kaaawa Meas wail His Death Mu. aieatarily hi preted  Wash i mu TOM Cit?, Oot 14    win  Urn W belknap, ex-aecretary of war. was  found dead in bed Monday morning In bls bf iii in tbs Evans building on New Vork •'rn,ne, in this city. Th* room in which bv u aa found Joined his office rooms, aud w sonly occupied by the general during b's alto's alienee from the city, Gen, H-lknap was last seen alive .Saturday night about midnight when he was on his way lo bu r‘■oms,.Apparently in esc. Went Vi* * 5r " ^iknap, who Is in New .j£o'L W .t‘     of    hmr     ‘•u.i.and’s  sudden dr*.th. The coroner’, loquat* fi'ilv de    * ht    K * n ** r * 1  •ulTwrw-l J rom  fatty degvnrration of th * heart and that the immediate muse of his dm h was In-fl'imation of the heart.  „    * fketeh of in, utm.  Gen. W illiam Worth Me.knap wa. born Newburg. N. Y., in he pl     j^e  grndiiHted at Princeton college in lkttand WH he remove*) to Keokuk, lows, where be practiced la*. (Nm Belknap served through the war, beginning his service major of an Iowa regiment ani at th* msTh!?*  rer ' t< ” 1  Kvneral. In October, t •  ,J * *•» appointed secretary of war I ht* office he retained during Gen. Grants  T ond adrnini tr.iion until Mar.h, iriO when in cons.qu.noe of chsrgfa of official corrupt ion he renig.,#d He wea intpeache<| and tried before the "•‘••to for rem.ring br.to# for (he appointment of port ira ier* and wa.  I    °' - "■  K**p*e| Ie Ills Memory.  The m as of the sodded death of Secret wry llelkuap was received at  vert department with gnnu.ne sorrow .ea Belknap was a vary p .puler official When he wa* at the head of tin  wVJ^m . 7"*  ,Un  * 1 m ,rk#  ° respect Wto paid to bia memory by th * war de-   Th * ^^vtwient »iii im closed on the dav a bu funeral. Ii will ais*. Ii. drap.fl in mourning for thirty day, Act-inu S-crc.aryof War Grant will  Uu , nffl ial order a. soon a* Hie fun ral ar rang* men t, are perfected.  name  son Kings*  « enough, it ta tov* wit h Corinne,  I BWeleoms Interruption Se feet innate Interview.  Bai Timor*, Get. ti-Thero wa. quite a scene liehlnd the curtafn during the per formancs of ”Carmen" He. unlay st the Holiday Street theatre One of the cast is * young    mao    whose Ma,**  Kingsley,    but    who U tho     of   Signor Broccoli ai.    baritone  Icy was unfortu'n  ■ald, to hsw fallen in____  Sji**    ** *    W '* *oiU en wTrTes. h  S th wXS r?""    “  K  ‘“' • 1  ’  tl:,!   orthepdi.e ( ,H„r,e, fcappmd to catch  Kiugsley aud C triune fondly hogging  aad ki«s ti' t at tot  I. H a. Great fun, Ms Doubt.  She asked Kingsley why be was em-brae,ok her daughter, and the young actor for want of * batler reason, replied  i/ti  h V*"  duiDK  » “for fun." That kind of fun did not suit Mrs. Kim bal I Hey. •ral meniber* of the comp*,,,- assert that She squared off and struck the love-  ! lh    . l9 th ® *" ce w,t *» her  clinched hand and ad led injury to Insult  by at onus dbchargmg him from the com  SS rn ? . K,in,HM * Kl VMI a somewhat d fluent version of the trouble. Sh* say. she discharged bim because of a boast that he would make love Corinna.  He Spends the Day Quietly at His O^d Home.  HIS ARRIVAL AT INDIANAPOLIS.  to and marry  in  and She Only  ex  (lit  list  Catalogue FICKE on Application, or Mulled FII KF to AtltlrCaM.  any  loi-mi Third Ut,, cor. nasa.  ALTON,  ta. J. Degenhart,  ULL. Third and Piisa st.  Alton. Ills  *  To Relieve a Cough get  Throat Syrup, or Syrup Tar aud Cherry, or White Pine Syrup, or Any Medocine You Need, at  MARSH’S DRUG STOK!  THE ENO 10 MQT VET.  Little Changs Is th* fsedlltsa mf J sal ie# Miller.  Washisotom err. Ort IA — J u*t ice j Millrr s family and a number of friends err# an XU,m watchers at hi* bedside all through the night, expecting that the end might come at sn/ moment, but lit* (He chang* In the sick man’s coedit ion w«* not cod during the night. Ilia st univ «m*Uu ion seemed lo continue the un equal struggle against death lung beyond the tim* It was thought pow.!bl, for him I *o survive the fatal si robe  In sn I’wewasrtsw, Csadltlow. Monday morning his beveto tog was mo rapid arid difficult that hi, death was momentarily expected HU face .bow*!  I plainly th, wall known marks of Direly*. Is. taring oui of n itur ti uh a ne and disooL ore.I by tile diffusion of blood. Uncon icious. ami propped up in bel, with the organ, of respiration Ailing with phlegm Uwaa f, It mat hit vitality could not moch longer .adat the .train aud that the •bd must I-‘WM soon,  At 4 p m Monday J art to* Miller •till alive.  HE MARRIED^‘BENEATH" HIM.  Hat "Hm” I, a MwlnWisr PlWUsts  I’lTThBtuo, IV, Ort ll-Mrs Thomas J. MIW appt tad to Attorney Wallace, of this city, Saturday, for a*aistaaee in aoli' ting aid from ber fat ber-in law, who •be claim, j, mr* of the del, ga*es to the iron and at*-I m.riiute from Great Britain Mer ho lland ta now serving a year's sentence in the »punty w rkhouse for ak legejl •wind jug In o »on**ction with the National C tpiia Having* building and tawui association  I ast OU tty lh. obi Min.  The woman I* in destitute circumstances. and was unable lo Aud ber al-Seed fa her in law. who, abe .ava off ber bu,laud at the time of their Mage, say,ag Mat she aas  H,l< ^ St to be the •HL Tim secretary of the knowleiLed the eorrecrii-a, of th* Woman • story exrept at. tl.e name The latter he would not divulge  cast  mitt-p *or, tinedu-w f • of bit  institute sa  vour  was  Tbs Nu pram* Court Adjourns  WASglMOTON Ctrr, Ort. 14 -Th* October term of tbs United Stales supreme court opened Monday. Th* court met At niHwi. but owing to Hm critical coodl-tiou of Associate J us tile Miller, t* •djourned.  HOLOCAUST AT CHICAGO-  Live. L,,.|     m     n,„^,     rir# _ A   WstHSMN Vrlghltul  Uni CAPO, Oct. 14.—At a Are in (he Put-tui honar on Adati*,    s ail    j( ,y  morning, Thomas ll. Howler, of New Or-Iran., « baria r In the Taco.,,, bail,||»g; Wit N. rai rus, a Pinkerton man and o(«rator on the open tmard of ti aile formerly of C dam t, Mich., both of Whom have wives, ant El ward fVvton colory rn to. were barue I to *leath‘ Mrs Mi t oie Ko bin ,o«t, Uh* wife of Charles Kohl na-iii the bartender for H B Graff  I* ^■* n>  :*«*• badly burned]  wit? 1 * r ll,l, ' N ’    her  wind'.w to tU ground. She « a* horribly  bro lard and ma gle I. -md I v -.I only a  [Hi*?" grrMt  *+ ,n *- Her husband fibbed th. grouni .riel, with their  J     f ' )r    h * r  Her  body will he taken to Btu art, Iowa, for ta torment Her h usistnd |. with grief.  Ai Iii, V. sr nee* Kvqur.i N»o«. nvir..n*i th* * birt Kus, ut V* al IIM* Depot Ka ' I*' Mr. ami Mr.. Me^pe-Th* Pun I". I" I i, Vlrrt IN.‘,hyt*r aa l lmrrli     1,1  *  f ward Itw'd aa laformal Hr  e*-p* Inn at a 11-4*1  Indiana pol iK ii t 14.-The pr*aid*nt‘, trip fr< iii Bt L mis a a, uneventful. The chief ex-cut ive rose about an hour after • he train rrachttd Indianapolis, and about 7 " c ock Humify moral ig Mr. a id Mr*.   L  M. Hee put in an appearance and wire warmly give Ie* I buy on I ths-e and th' reporters there *»,i no ou« to vr% vop*e thv di.tingulahed gue-i—this having been bi- .-rtuest request As soon aa there PW. en were ail .nit ed to th* car lh* president inq tired for news rnxn Just ce Mdl. r, and wa. n.al grttly r#l*ev. | wheu the iutorm itiou i . st he st id (ive,I  WSI  I in pert e I to hi m  Shot iy afer the party debark) d from th. trata. the prs*idem Kjdng to the home of his son-in-law. Mr. dmvJT. After breek‘Sating the president drove to his oi I church, the First Urea by.  • r "* »«**«!’> *1 bls pew \vl»h Seer*. Ury Tracy *„d Mr, « U J Sin. Mi K a The church wa, crowded, la,th became of the presidnut . ridi ami becau-w the bap  ■MR and a,| t „ „d«.i to tile church of a etnas of yon Mg people.  A Drlvu A host th* City,  At he emiciusi to of the srrm rn holy J    wa.    received br toe engr*   Prf, *^«n» Harri on par , iclpated At th* t n. I «,»o.i of the-*rv  i    '  H *  f, * r H  "»*• »•*  frrnt ,,f the elm ta-h ex.-,angina gr.a-  lflrf   •bout him to gt'a-p ha hand amir,,-*  I    ‘  Bi P    ‘bu lite  party was dr.veu to t ,* ,„*tel f.*r dinner  parlor lit "I ll I"!  l,,r *    «*  !  1  ,    **-    •  1  • d w«a -baken bi  I Jo!*,rn®    " !    K *    *  owL K    called about a  lo CO. k aud took (Mer J. ary Tracy f*w a  I *M Mrs McKee fol iou e<l After m short driv I the McKee  COAL.  d lie l amoiiH Gillespie Soft COAL delved at five mlnutea notice in any et the  ‘ My. Min na to a Clear Gray Ash, no Clink-«ra or Cinilera. lh* H t  Soft Coal iu the  West.  HARD COAL  In all ai/.es, Delivered at Loweat Market i^rlces. Ona I fly UiiHtirpaMjwt),  Bur NOW. BEFORE THE BIG ADVANCE.  Dorsey & Marin  310 Belle street.  T KL ISPH ON K 84 ANL) Si.  THE OMAHA  KOR Br SHINO COAL, cogs OR WOOD.  e>»"n aller. «P|*T was taken a  ITZ  r «* n *" c * * bleb was I,,.,, thrown open end un d thronged with viators  prostrated  * harg.il with Ltressy ssd Ksturtlsw. NKW YOUK. Old. I*.-Hr    ]  Fleming on* of th* most famoua expels on Insanity, was arrested here M „day on  two iod ( talent* charging him with la/-  ncuy and extortion, H» arrest hi the as  n , «?. i iVP P E h * 0 “° n  °* Milton  ». UUteOrtd in H «uio en Thursday |», t   Both are chatged with helog In collusion U,l , FNrpoe. of extorting Mey from Mta iisi pi n,r Htrphi nt, a Wealthy (  u -  W; 11 o’ lock wa-_u„    „ ,.    —    - j *i »cali( , d in •trio  • ly on I resident Harris-m. At IU o’l Iv  III?  H * r,r  ”"**     10 1  "•  itl’kl Tk? sDirward    for    G,r  l a 1^.  m ' Hrl ,or  W*wh...,.|ow ans made at ti o'clock Mond.,) .nor*, mg.  At A Mite * atta Mad Mum *.  The train Martsvd Au i..r*o« ai Mo a large crowd sa* in waii*ug at th*at »t|„*.  whl^aLu *    it.* pre si. leu:,  who made • s'uirt ai# oh. Ai the am elusion of th* pr.sW ai', remarks t,„-mayor intr riutvil dvcrotwry I r*. i an I «  Ti",? 1  .....  vu,*  • a* th,, lira .top * ,  r  Audvtsow lh.  president • tram aim.-J .hsrv a 7 <s An  enormous crowd w*. g  iU  ,  w   it ,,r    »5^ 0r     bilrodm cd the p, ,.i-  ivBL HeprvMmuu.ve I'.,.  the |«xrty at Muncie a, u  ac, *in;a„H  lf  to ''inchester. where he int/,s|„ ,-d prmldent to the Urge crowd wmci •seembbal tilers  tile  had  -TRK ONLY 1*1; HK KC T—  and Wood  of  w.  Iv cyra u Hiturday  <ti this state, Cot  m i b. saying .hat he "Ilk; rs who par.til  ieia.(dio6 here  FRANK BUDDE,  -o— RETAIL DEALER IN  #  "Winca and Liquors,  AOENT KOR  ANHEUBEHU HCyi’TL.KIJ HKKU.  Ooods delivered to any part of the city free of charge. Southeast corner of Belle and Fourth ala., (Raible’s old stand.) Alton, III.  Choice Brandt of WINES and LIQUORS Always on Hand.  Fall Styles.  drink wasjher ruin.  Muir id, ,(  m  H mw  * W|1|  Woe,ta at Mew-HB. K I,  Nin Pout, R I, at ll-Munday after j noon at lite foot of th* forty stvpe on the cliff, a well dreas.-d woman was found ttoder the influence of liquor. Hfce was taken to the polite station and was re-bawd at night. She decline I u, gtv. h.r name .« acoonnt of her hnshaoA Chief of i‘oit«e Turm-r took her to til, Mary’s rectory, woetw the algor t the pi-dg- .sh* begge.1 every lindy lo k^ t . th- matter PTD ale for her husband and rblldn n's I ***''•    "" " M  •waif to know her. fib#  elal lut'd ii* 4 ha rewon she went to the cliffs was Swea use her h ashen J refused to I bt h. r )ino ber own house Mon lay | niori I g i bt- 11L- . r«s n*in nu, e. the woman I wa** found near the »io; where ,h« was  dl-.OT.rwl    lier h.wl JTk JJ  I Were Iwdly cut and it is supposed (bat abe threw herself from the embankment I while iii a despondent mood. Sh* proved lo tm the wife of Waiter B »«ssy, a wall known New York caterer. She was only j » year, of em Her husband war made acquainted with th- sail details at noon.  ban widow, ab a- arm |» .waiting trial  !£    ..a 1 "     f     °*    **     Ja, «*    Clinton G.  ltvy hold, WI me mon th* .ga. L.t«l«||*ld arcuri*<J |A OOO from Mrs St vp ban I on the pretext that he could go- her son rvleased on a plea of insanity. Dr Fieming was ap poi ut rd on th* com nils*,on to into th* mental eon-! ii ion of pbaoti. before the dared insane  It la  money from th# widow  inquire young Stern urderer wa, de-charge I he received  PrufeM.vr A art ta Fhelp, Uytag.  Hah H ahi*..i; M» Ort. 14.~Frofemor Austin I’help*, D. D. t  the famous And* ever professor, father of Bin .beth btu.* .'belpa, ta dying here of in ars failure, He baa beau stopping bere at bis cottage for rome lime and wa, .lr . ken Sa,„rd.y night He bo* never lawn ta good health »k* famous Andover •owtrovwmy,  They I un*. .I Oui la V-rew  HT. Ig»i tm, Oct. 14 -lh* <<>«antmd'4 the Kona of Vetera us, laeu.. Cm. K Rey mood, received a from the commander H- J Kline, of m, J Woald suepoud ait P»UU in th* barr «HHJ  C.d. Kilt* claims the p, r. d.j |*| trip  u   PjdHbal. ami that, theodore, the Huns of wWhir^LT 11  “?! Certie,pale ta It. Nut-  withstanding »hia order th Sous of Vet erana turn# I out to force Satu-day morn ing to welcome the pre-idem  THE SOUTH CAROLINA FIGHT.  B#gte* Ie a Mawwar That Iw4icates That ll ll ill |t« It ut.  (Xd.t NM;a, SC. Get. 14 -Friday night IO the folio of Kl rftlia* J mlgp 11 Hr k J:  I the nominee against Tillman, was burnt I bl •agy Th* demonstration Was par-I ticipated in by a large number of cit! ■etia Had hot speeches were made against tin* movement, and Haskell „«* de Bounced lo Wdtlamsburg oouuty Frt , day, at the home of Kl ward Ha»i er, tbs  l-fcrkrt! ** rrt ' 1 ' 117 ot -UU '  tM ' the Has  Combined Coal  It ll ti* K \ I HI ll • >| (K It H 111 PH i i ii* ii , , , v.  •rpastlag pert. ri,, n  , r     of    .Malsh,    •mixatkwem  Pre eminent  Cooking Stove Made.     ........  PITTS & HAMILL,  FALL GOODS!  II  heil  ..    ,    -----—    ■    n    i —i ,    meeting    of    the    es* cutler  the excitement sod mental strain great iv !  0o *“ n,lu »* »•* beld    Mr Harper to  deplrte.1i bis bvallk The old doctor WM    • ,tb#r wllb  •<*»« lead    r, of the move-  born In Bro.k field, Ma.* .Jan. I, Iago, , u ,i    •»«»*. was denounced.    Independriut.i,.  gra<luai«d from the University „l Penn    *••»"/•• ibac radicalism, and these so  •ylv«ola He entered rh* Andover Theo    ”•“*«•*•♦• bad stolen “the iiv«ry of  Mg cal » miliary, and was admitted to tbs    *« ►•rw the devil lo •  mlntstr) ta l»4A IL afi«, ward accepted th* i balr of professor emeritus. He la the author of manj standard w« rks on then logy,.literature and art. bosn Lu wife and doughier ocmpy exalted place, in nation a1 literature.  I six test N" ovol tioM  in  De/sass  SCARFS, TIES, WOOL and DRESS SHIRTS, BUCK UNDERWEAR and DAIS.  Hr ITS Made and Hatlgftoctlon  fit f>rd«*r Af Kpithoimble Uuurruufretl, ut  l*ricpa. Perfect Fit  BRUEGGEMAN BRO s.  Artlntlc Tai lorn a lift Furnishers     t# * *    DR. CR0SVEN OR’S      gSBSUm * ,  Ii    Sellcap'Sic          PLASTERS.     TMI BIST POROUS PLASTERS IN TMI tofORLD.  RHEUMATISM, KIDNEY FAINS, LAME BACK f  &c.  -------- Kit    HANDS,    beaten,    Mas*.  I  VERDICT FOR THI DEFENDANT.  A Peculiar Case awd Peewltar al < elamhwa Nasa  OuLt MBCi, Khn„ Ort 14.-A peculiar t aes with a pecul .ar drfeoae came l*<fore the court in this city. James Wife* vras an est ad for braking into a saloon and stealing a quantity of beer and whisky. Ile wa* caught in the art and placed in Jail. Th* grand Jury found an Indictment for burglary and he rn placed on trial. The ease was fully proved byth* prier* cut ton and the act was nu denied but the defense set up the plea (bat aa the telling or keeping of spirituous Lunars was contrary to law and was a crime the •et of laking th* goods was no crim* Th* Jury deliberated only half an bour when it returned a verdict for the defend j ant and he was released Ii* was im me d lately rearrested on Ute charge »f steal I B g Ila bottle* which coala had the ilq!|*», Aa the -Baling wa* virtually admi ted In th* hrs I cane be will | n  ail prob atil.ty lr bv 4 f**r • g ami J try  Th# Leg tile. I Hill.-*  I'MlhCKrox, Ky , ll t. II — I ne through De .'bt that pae-wj tmrn rn It o'clock Sun day morning wa* wrecked near At Char!*#, a st <M .n cl'Ms***, a,Mf,  vvt n f  ^    MUI.....  J .Im JHmwK  kubd I bf cc dent w • cot>r*f tty Lav-Ing a a r I .a c or I ta I* I w.i a » a ta the •rat k I n« » che taw# Hhi. <    *t,g| . h#  •g. i i I n a --.*.1 a* to w sot !*f  It la a TbrwCsnwral i .,*,*  ALMa> DWA Va. Oct. ll-Th* Colored Clit se na' I’ruled iv.- lea ta* of th* Eighth district of Virginia met here Haturday for the purpo c of naming a IU*publican oondidote for eoa<re«v Mag «ua L R 0 b-ineou. editor^f The Weekly Uadvr, pm. tided Mr Witi(am A Carter, of Alex amir is city, wa. nominated unanimously. The Re» u I*, lean candidate was the las* colored Jodg • of alar Loa who beld atlee « V. k c,tjr T,fc *  , *NP»« einpowriwd Editor Rounaon to draft an address to ike rn fj? . J^M'Ueal Bg.,t ta the E ghth die  trkt Will to betwre I Oea W lf p.  Jjgtitoeratic u nun.w, aug * ire sent •oogrmaceaa; Mr. Frank Hume, Independent Democrat,and U Uliam A Carter straight-out Republican    ™ f *  Nit Craw Peaked Ha «7« Oat.  CucMOi Ort IL—A Mrw days ago es-Alderman John iUuck pun k lead a crow and presat.ted ti to bls children. Friday afternoon his se WIW *. J yea** old, invited a party of playmates to ootn* over wti& blat sad IftipHct Ilk u«w pit Xu# crow was taken from th* cag* at tks sug-gaa lion of all lbs children, and placed in a box, through the cove, of wtuib .Toto bad been eat A# Willi# lean rd  or *r this aperture, peering in at the bird, it struck kl rn In the eye with It* bill, destroying hi* eyesight.    *  Dtsekarged aud Rearrested.  Nsw Y «*. Ort 14.—lint M iler and  kins Fe Id. w.v# Of th* men who ant • use-! .-I sell *|ttrig Kngtish investors out of f-oi WU. were ■'I sc her gel from custody by Judge Barrett Monday sad irumcdl-•tely r. arrested by the (Jailed tot ates mb -    .., ,„t extradition j.r,. .-e l.nga  Owe Caper tar Haskell.  In th* inraii itur Judge Haskell Is di-  we'lug the h.bt aud r.  f i .rte oms from ■ I #, laoshuig, (J. ^ Uaurn, aud other  r* et*  b# U  * a,n,0 « Mend* hour  L .    Daily Record, having  •he largest circulation la this city rem#  r^'-v; 1     *»•' «£».  diet I net Ion of betag the only paper in the Mate on that eida. In a day or two to to probable that th* Hepu Micas stole eiecu tire committee will kid a rueel.ug aud indorse cha nomination  tw ill mag to*(lurer* the Iteaaatt Law.  Maw ai xxi. 'Via, On 14.—Rotor) Rebilling, th* Labor party** ttommre for emigre*, in the Mdwauht* d atrkt la aa  ■44ms tofioe th. Ute*<to l gu, un.ngi, Indorsed th* b un. ti law. No Germ ti Phront. he claimed, sbonid object to bls ciuld reoviviug . pan .4 hts education lo anglish, rn* a tbdd stoics'sd in both Her ■urn an t English had more aad better on portnnltl,# m life ibau lh* child edu-  CM I IMI CMjjJf Iii OU® |yf fliij,  ( GRfmwl Hit i nane.  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