Alton Daily Telegraph, November 6, 1890

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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - November 6, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON BAILY TELEGRAPH. VOLUME 30. ALTON, ILL., THURSDAY EV ENING, NOVEMBER <5, 1800. NO. 131 T'liU Democrats Make Gains in bey* erat States. PATTISON (VINS IN PENNSYLVANIA PAPETERIES, [BOX PAPER I And Hu*.'1: I. (Cirri.d (tuv.rnnr of MIM-.th u ar I ta—H iMximhi A Im ('ta I Nard by lh* ll*Mnrr«ii—Th* Kraal! In MrKln* I#-/*• in.inn MIU Im iNmbl, BMI* l*»r-ll*. Cl*lal.| lh* Ttdarf—datum# frow I moola, lantana amt Othar llatM, PHILADELPHIA, Not. b — Hot ara a from | *ixty-flv» of th* sixty-seven colin tie. in Ilia (ta** kit* Pat t Don, Dem , for hot* I OC IOT 4.7W plurality, Th* two to wing c> intl** nr* Kik nnd War roo. In IMM K k lf AT* Huck, Drill. SKI plurality Mud W •.urn county gave B *MTrr, Hrp , 1,043 pl ti rn 111 y. Return* from (hr tw*-n.y (right im ill jfrra.li inn I iii.trio.■ iud lento th* clee lion of eighteen Kwptitil lim. Mid oui* ChiKOcrnu w til th* twenty fifth di.iriet don lr ful. ’I brrr tut two Republican citiidiiintr. In I hut district, on* of whom Ii probably elected. Tho prr**ul delrga-turn In omtgre*4 i* twrnty-oue Hr publican. Mild Hr Tell DlllfHT>ffi» Th* Hr PU ill IMO iii jority on joint ballot in lh* legisintur* nill Iw* tautly miuc.fi. but will mil h* large, th* pnpwat legl-latur* having n FINE LINEN STATIONERI ES?? Star Put up in large white envelopes, IO aheeta assorted, of our bast stock, with IO envelopes to match. Only 10c per Envelope. Alto: WST One quire box* Envelope, to* mSfCh. i, containing 24 Sheets of Paper and 24 Only 25c per box. far These Select and put up especially for OUR lar shades: Superior Writing Papers, made ami TRADE, include the following popu* M HITK, CUKA K, PEACH, P It I JU It 0 S K, IRISH RON H, ENGLISH PARCHMENT, ELITE LENOX LINENE. BUT Our large quantity ptm-baied of these SELECT Goods, enables us to maintain our LOW DOWN and POPULAR pricea, although all Papeteries have advanced from 15 to 25 per cent. tnt" Give these Goods a trial aud you Will Rod that they are considerable less in price than you have been paying, consistent with quality. O. J. Deg-enhart, 101 and 101) Third st., Alton, Iii. IF YOU NEED — A BOTTLE OF — 0 Lotion for Chapped Hands, Good Cough Syrup, Perfumed Cosmoiine, A Good Healing Salve, Nice Soap or Perfumery, -o— GO TO —o— MARSH S DRUG STORE ITS NO SECRET. That our STOCK is the MOST COMPLETE evst ot ought to Alton. We tan show yon Something New as often as you call in: CARPETS: Tapestry,    Body Brussels. Ingrain,    Art Squares, Rag or Hemp. HVT CURTAINS: Dado or Plain,    Lace or Portier. IN RUGS: For Moquette,    Smyrna A Oriental. Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocoa Mats. Ladles Uke to see the Newest and Finest in Hoots Decorations. Tbs Easiest way to see them is to CaU frequently at our establish ai eat, whether you wish to buy or not, A. J. HOWELL  | BRUEGGEMAN BRO’s. I -Artintic rrnilors iui<l Oent’ai PHirnishors. Pattison by «Or ii (MR) pl or. lily In Conrad#*! by all Republican leaders nm! journal*. Th* Democrat* h*r* certainly gained two cotigr*wm«n and th* Agma* ars so doss In thro* other district* that th* official compotation m y show ,t Drat one additional IVntwdic mfiin*r in th* deleg** iK-n and powibly a Democratic gain of f Mir or Ara l h* prr*eul drifytMon In c rgTi a* .tends twenty-one Hr putti ic* os and ►# van Democrat*. I he legislature rem-ina stiongly Kcpubliean, air bough the joini b Hut ma] inly of IM Hspub- th Iii* Mitt Iw IT UMM*I. VV sires, ihr Republican candidate for I en (roan I governor, and Bu wart, Rrpnb-li> an cs ml id ai* for secreter/ of Internal aff or*, an* elected, notwithstanding the ■ lrfrat ot th* brad of I ie licker. Yr Anvil Lit, Pa, Nov. 4 —(Crawford c i.ii v, lite h it e o. D*lamaur. glvra P »ti *«*l a im J.i ay of OU Cl an man Amire** i f Depot., cm I rn • coui-uitiee I-dc. cai rd fur »lalc hcii alc. THE BUCKEYE STATE. Is *0--- FALL AND WINTER SUITS Made to Order at Prices LOM Lit limn mn oilier Tailoring House Iii the City. Uaod Workmanship Mild Perfect Fit Gunrunteed. Call aud Examine Our Stock Before Buying Elsvhere. aal piasa en*. lf. luwrrat* ( Ulm That McKinley Ileal ca—Ko-tr r IM* tied. t'< Yr urns, Ubii\ N«\. 6--Th* I) mo cretic slate roimiltti# still rrfusea to con-'sale Kvatt’a en ton, holding that th* rate rd gain I* NI.tug off so muefa aa lh* rara d.strict* c un* in. that on th* latest returns, Ryan’* plurality is be ow l.lMU, Out-id* of thee* be idq tarter* it ie run* reded'ba*. Hy ut (selected fly from &,Quu to IO,WU Cfflcial report* from McKinley** d i*i riel sImjw that War rick has A* OW in Holmes urn ut y sad 401 lu Wayne. McKinley carries .Viedna county by I.SO) sad mails by BUU Ibis sleet* Warwick by MU, a hich D protoMy correct. Foster, Hep, telegraphs conceding I he elect I >n of Hare, hi* opponent, ie th* K ghth district by UU Th* slat* Democratic corn hi it tee etal in* Foster's defeat ny 'JU. It Bim* thai Puornit I. Brigham aes Ash leg, He* pu id lean ca idldate* for congre* , bar* also been UefrsUal beyond doubt. Th* Delmar* ic -I ate comm ttee are aa*ured of this If en, tit* next Ohio delegation is the hou*e will stand fourteen Democrat* and seven Republicans. CA Mi »x, t lh in, Nov. S.—Th* vol* for congressman in ibis (McKinley’s) district a so c (mc i hat th* official vote may be n*r*Moar> to decide who has been elected. At ail even** it will be late before anything definite t ao Ii* said with regard lo the result Th* Republicans claim McKinley’s election by a plurality of Tao, while the Democrat* assert that Warwick will Im elected aud have SUO vote* to spale. Returns ars con. ug in slowly from th* rural precinct* lf McKinley's gains from thew* outlying districts prove to he a* great aa in th* precmc a already heard bom, he will have* plurality of about ‘.UU I Ll. VKL a sn, Dilia, Nor. 6. —A dispatch from Findlay, Olio, says that Foster’* iii*jority rn Hanonek county*!* only SUI, and Dial there is no longer any doubt i about Hare’* elect iou. ( oLl MMfa Ohio. S iv. 4 —The Repuhit. j can "tale committee ha* conceded the de-: Nat of Doorman In th* deveutemith die* trice. Jx wn in th. Thirteenth, Brigham la the (sixth, Fim ter in th* K ghth, and M-Kinlcy iu th* (sixteenth. W isidlA, Obi i, Nev. k—Wayne county gives VV arwick, Dem, for congress, a m»j»ri!) o. *40 over Mr K-a ley, Tirriv. Ohio, Not- A-Kt-Givetnor Ko*. ter (OU. -iv* no defeat in th* highth ti do d i*t rim by I kl newjehsey. lueressed OsmieraUs Maj art (ta# la Hath kioaa of the Uywlsiars TgkstuN. N. J., Nos. 4-The I*mo crate ipsv* iecreaeed maj cities ia both bouses of lh* legislature. The RepabH*. sos secured (lily on* mentor In Camden county. I be next mn* # will I* i .uipua«d of I ti ir. ce a Democrats, eevrn it* po Id .ra us aud our Independent Demo c si f abr of ii miso*. Th* aoaembiy Wfdl atmid—4 I lh lu x rats, IT Kepublicaua JtfuXT CiTT, Nev. I-Tim eomplet* return* of ttir el cc Don show that th* Democratic county candidate* am elected by mu .'suiIsl .nsjorittea. Th* vote was ai ti How-; Fur congress, Mi Donald Deal . maj rity 4 4 4 For aae^mhlymeu.' First du; Mutton.?, IL-'n., majority I db; re- and dt*irtei, By rn .-a, Dem . majority ICi; Third, Bein Ii, H p , Th malar* ll/; Fourth. Mo Dan, Dem., maj artly MM; Mfth, Pons Hep., m*J«ri y -ft q Sign,, laser, lh- i»t may .rn v ITS: MtVWMfc, Madd ii, D.-m^ maj iritf I>41, Eighth, H-yte, Dc.ii., m*Jn bf I 0 •, S mb, Daly, ILmii . rn a j ai y 1.I.VI, Kttmib, Usher, Dem,, maj writ? I.Ski Th* legtoatlv* dciegat mu •• nuchaug.al from that of Net )ear in point rd aunt tore, toe Dvmurrsta el .id lug eight members and th.* Hepub I mn- no. ILLINOIS RETURNS A Very Cis*# Coat ast la Oak tonal*— tan awa Pre bab) y I iv fan I ag. Cull AOK. Nov. Th* fig* rn T.ns far received on ta* stat* Meant ais ut aucu a meagre character (ant go usnure cornua-aioo con be re ae moi, a* ye-, win regard bi the result J ha latest Igniting based on u u-ffl- la! and estitu-tel returns from ti,try count tee, including Cued, piaoe A iu berg’* plurality at 'kMi. liarrtsou twe years age earn*.! th* same counties by shoal ii,WO plurality. Doth *tn4* ane I (.intra* com •HD1** ire ri.ti iii i* lh* sta'e. the returns re.dr.d arc nioedy from th* northern half of iii* stat* anti therefor* I-ave the nsult In great doubt. The els (Aion for sheriff and other Doh oonnty officers is ta great doubt. The returns from Severn! precinct* are still aliasing, and until (hey are received the result will md Im known. Gilbert, Hep, for sheriff, !* ..Is istwler, Dm, s.iglnly, (tut (he latter’* fr.en-ls claim that the rnIwnrig pieciocN ai i bring him In a j winner. The elect ion for stale offhers Tm Arouse is a loo very cli ae. In th* four con-gresalooal diMttleis of this city tile Ittdicaiiorie now are that Taylor sud Adams K |» , are re-elected and MrOana, lh-rn , elected to succeed Issltr. t’on-greaeman Mason's -lst*-at by UUU majority b con ceded by hi* law partner. Die-patchs* trim Bprmgtieid say that at the present ratio of gains on th* legislative ticket the next leg stature will Ut Demo erst ic (bt joint b.» lot a id elect Gen. Palmer lo s-ucued Senator Pirwell. Da.nvilli, IIL, Nov. 4 —jGeorge T. Huck-inghain. H p., chief «lark of the Illinois hoi rn of lepro-entative*, and an Intimate . friend of G.ugre-sntsu C tnnou. estimates thst Cannon tsrtie* VertiiHllou county by a Unit KO maj >rity, anil ( hampaign co .n-y by aiXHlt IUU; that Bnaes, Dem., carr es Kin *r --ottnty by 400, aud IFjttglaa by ^3-; Coles -onnty not heard from. The indjcstiou* are that Cannon is (often by a small majority. Interview with Commissioner Cyrus Adler. HE WILL OO TO TURKEY ANO EGYPT THE SOUTH carolina VOTE. leone of the '‘Great** Fight Agslast the Alliaur« Mao. Cu a iii.lston, m. C„ N'lV. 4—T.ll man (Fat mers’AHiagce and Dam.) It elected governor by not ie** than 25,1X0 ms jority, T< e total vote In tbs stat* will exceed 15'tit The elect ion we* quiet. Neither whit*» nor blacks di-p’avv-i any ambush laterwst aa th* Part of th# Oriental Uwonwrnl, la the Caaslwg W»rl«t'* Fair Aclu.ii tMgl** af Mtraets aft aire, Damas*u« and Other Historical Cities Ta Ma (lrpnatured In Chi* saga In I MPX. Wakrimotui CITT, Nov. 4 — Professor Cyrus Adler, of th* Johns Hopkins university and th* Nmithtonlan inst It ut*, who is to go a* commies ooer of th* no-M’s fair lo tho oriental oountrieii, was Us town Wednewlay ami obtained at the stole departnr.'Dt bis special paaap<-rt, wbi- h hi an imprmeivvlooktng piece ->f pare men! covered all over wOh pictures of ti e American e-gle. whte ithlions and rail rn ala "I received my ereilenlials on Hatuiday a* commissioner f -r the world’s fair to Turkey, E^ypt, H.ria sol Persia,* said Dr. Adi -r. “I Mail leo 4 ty« hence to be sin rn for one year. The <»bj nj: af my trip K in th* lot pl toe, in annite interest on tie p^ri of the goverum'Uts of thte- country* in the (^Kniiu exp-adtion, to oh aln cont ri htr inn* In Die SI ape of eghDhft* aihl to make ob ervstio is of life and affairs bi tbs orient. <fn*t Uh* an (Tuatara Cliv. "An important feature of the greet ah ow In Obictgo is to represent the east, us people, it* manners ami its products, Inai.a I of get* leg loge! ber a int of oriental mn., ami thousand* remtmed away from \ • t.*.     i_____  I    the # ii Heal i of the multitude there n ill Im a Iwmievard, with cross st rests, et ch of the poll-, some I tec* a-* they bed not obtain? I r.-g^ira. ton tar. i flee es, and otliers la*. rtU«e lti«y uoul i wot support Tiltinou. and wo th! not v He for H«*k*IL I he negro #, having no regular ticket .u tov Me d devil tai lo chous* tadween tie w.i D-rn arette n ll ti lieu*. Ta vo * wh cb nj I tai ma e ti. represent wit i aa ui*i< n av. uravy au i (iv, iu.*e- as pesible an sri oat airest in i i •ane n city. It I- I .r .e’y for th* purp as of mskldg sttrh ob—11 va. tons at mil chal' e me to prtqwrlv . n ,    ,    .    .    .    i    c«msf    et    tlieas    gi.m    >«    a    of    ess*    et    st    til    Ie* of a.lra oueaasUaitl.SuU-l-gbte-tvo* jhut I am about IO make lbs Jour ivy Tite *• riels wtit Ie set ital cop-"* of real dvr pdie I bere. H- iurm fr mt congree--ion ,1 di-ti-x U are st.Ii tuerimphde. hot I OM re the doeth ut of Brawley, Dent., Fir*t dial rim; Tills a, Dim, ,'Necood ! dis'rici; JohH-tO te. Un, Third district; Me l., .a lim.ce-D iii , Fourth di-iriu ; . Hrmphiil, I) .-ut., lr,,iii ail - r Ic*; Atacs- J hon-a-. Aitis, cr-Dem . Mxin uh. rie*. 'I ii- r *uii iu tbs ?*f ti til ts no- yet poa-ttlv ly k »ow ti, lint ret urn* so fir aa re CVI»od I id c -tv Hat' ri.c.inii of Miler, co ored, toe Kept.Ii 'mu cut-id .t* in I lh nu I ort co im>. I.ne f -amu itepuidioau a d D rn-* raltc ti. kti lie ta* u elm.I ii in Im. bely county. The iud e Ulm* point to lh* vtreuuu of nut in-iepe ..taut Dem ic rat (suit- IM rn rn) . I .Sj s rn a •* a u.twrouatt-tar*. The Democratic tle'iH is successful in in-a cams without opp -sitmu    Th# next legislature will bj overwhelmingly Democ:* to. this holy will cutsi e a sucres or to I u 11 ad H ales ti list or Wade Hatwp* Pm. ami it is teared that‘Le will not he reelected, I bong ii the I tiluiaui.es hat* not uuiUai on a cam I id a iv. Atiaawnrt. BT. lad ta, N-iv. 4—-the entire D.tuo-crane congress'ens! and city lithe , with on* exception, (Willietu lluMg H p , tut revo«vler of deeds) wa* (Heated by iu cresset in j int ms*. Th* retuiws in t bv congree-alo-.ai c«miosis show (FN it's majority in the Kighth district to be 4.14b; Lamb’s UI*J why iu the Ninth diauiet is 4,4*4 Kinsey, of the Tenth disint. Icavea the city with (B’l majority, but a* he bad about 4<Mlai ta* blat election, It is predicted that Byrnes, D m , will defeat bim by rn good majority. Kansas Cut, Mo., Nov. 4-~l bs state Democratic ticket for supreme judge, slate superiutend ut of public sckoola and railroad commisatoner is elected. K turns from the sun show a solid Democratic congressional delegation from Missouri. This is the first tuns Ut seventeen year* Missouri bu bad a solid dHvgathm Tbs Democrats will have a majority of about tweaty-flve on joker ballot in th* legislature. Mew Turk. Saw \ (Ax, Nev. 4 —Up to I o’clock It rd need ay afternoon nothing bad transpired to warrant a chang* lo th* statement that on joint ballot the legislature would be n tie, th* assembly standing sNty-seeen Democrats lo sixty one K-publicans la the sensu? the Republicans now hsve a majority of six. The of one-tli.tt ar* iimat rtpi.nl it Caro, Dania-. U , li.tg lad, Havre.itll. J ens*!*-rn, A I*-a-(Hi rut. Cotta! sui maple and else ave. I allah visit each of thvee town* sud -hail obtain the i-eoeaaury data on ttw *;*4. Bare Trawl for (tailors. "We h hiHi * ii rron Wiling* vialtnfe to the fair (iii I# mw ta Pi foot wa if they were joir.icy.ug ibron^b tha orient. Titittiug around a corner fit-ru * street in Httgda i they will find tbeiuwirw in Da ui t-.it, ane i..> another turn will take thrtti lain J rn •alem, sud en on through-•ntt att intagia try journey in esateru I .od*. i'Uey a .ll have preoented ta them in Im rn way a p.cl or-- of Ufn aa it la lived in iit,i* • for uway countries In th’ shop* a1 mg he way t ie/ wit! gall upon the pm-pb- eu.■aged iu Die r Usiiv* occupation*, abd int idvhital-y they will behold I bv set owl pio I ut (inn of the manufacture# placed uu view. A* dr leu tai Tannery. "For example, in* gonw-workers of Hebron will • v en uia*l.t^ their fam-m* w ire after ta* same rn - Ii ria they Lave practice i for t boo -au is of » at lh-mas cia-, it it ur.tdy, will I* tepreM-uted by Ila nithu se urn of cutler*, f-w which through so many ie .mriv* a has been jsiut-ti. From HycU will to.rue lbs maker* of silk aud carpel tv -o|«, a ail* the Egypt Uhs will show tv they eau do in the wnf of making turn.tma and tabuing sk.ua An or leu si tunnel/ will probably Im a point of imerest in tho exptMiiiou; likewiwi an eastern theater ana eating to nae TH# curing of fruit, th* manufacture of preserve* and the preparatory! of prims* for market will be among the thing* worth teeing. But thee* ar* only a few of lh* (leas Whet ars likely to he carried oui. I wa tail you better whet I come back about tbs woods re ut that distant part of tbs world which the Columbian fair may bv expected to die play." _ SAVED AN INNOCENT MAN. A (tubber I tx! IMI. J Iw tun laos by a Mw master. Nkw Y* bk. Nuv. 4 — Mb!et-* iv* Sergeant Jam * Reynolds, of Brooklyn, baa saved an iun-iceui man from being sent to prison for a bursary vt bleu another man committed. The burglary occurred last August at tbs hon eof Me. Charles F. Street. Tbs burglar m t i* hts way to tho room of biisi Francas Street, who got a COAL. The Famous GUBspie Soft COAL delivered at five minutes notice Iii any oft the city. Burna to a Clear Gray Aah, no Clinkers or Cinders. Beat Soft Coal In the West. rn HARD COAL In all sixes. Delivered at Lowest Market Prices. Quality llnHiirpasaed. GUY NOW, BEFORE IHE BIG ADVANCE. Dorsey & Mann < - 310 Belle < street. tki,i:phonk ha and ai. THE OMAHA roVOTM.lu s-«= hPt. De Ubur. 4.414. Hedpaih, TK. BiumikLYM, Nor. 4—The latest returns from the Th rd eoagrasouttai di.trlot in-diewte th-* election of Coom ta, Dem, by a m ijuliiy of flftreu. It ta believed. however, thai the official count will he ne- eswary tai deeids th* question Mr. M ilisw, Hep , ti* sLtthg mem tor for this district, wa* elected to th* Fifty first eon.revs by a majority of '^444 Wlaswaal*. MiLWAUkBk, Wls.. Nov. 4—Th* Demo* erat* claim th* election of the et ate ticket by L5.<XXJ majority. Both breaches af th* Irs .a a' ore sr* Dvmocrntie L. A. Fbi I* t almiu his dsfeat for eon-gre*s ami ti.# IL mot-nt committee cist ma the de teat (rf Tboiuae and McCord which Is a gu n ut tour congressmen, new deiega- ! sbior tv Don or aud mg six Democrat*, three Un * rS* 5" ‘ * putti nans, lbs rom mu Im see there iS ‘ no lo tger aa/ doubt twat th* icgtsiatur* will to Democratic OU j nut ballot insuring th* dc na. ut reg i ai or SfgXMier Mfhigau. DrnPdT. Mic^.. Nov, 4-Senator McMillan con cede# the Democrats «»tt wok-gre*amati and admit* three districts la doubt, lf lbs Democrat* carry these It will to a gal ti of two. The state ticket Ii claimed by Chs a ms a Cg rn pa a of the Democrat C central c- tu u t tee by ft tai). Fuict Huh tx. Mich.. Noe. 4 - just lo* K. Whit trey. l>m.« retie candidate for r-mgrem. is el**ci e.1 w .i i * pr •tob * ms-jorny ut ore. UM I: lnoka aa though th# whole Deutuci el ut lick*!, with two ex-eeptiouo. w t* I c od. Ms Larked Thai Oar al el*. Th* liorgiai'ni-hrd to her bedside and threaten.- i to k it tier if abe did not keep quint lie carried off with him several vaiuab * art idea. G arg* Nrta* wa* ar-r> *t*d by Hey iicl-U ok ana] loion. Miaa H:ia*t p si r -ly h1*n< iflcd him, an i be baa »iiu* -re-u .u jail. Reynolds dl-civ-ered buna! (atli- on the broken glass In the bs- rn at window, through which *u-traiiU* wa* ms ii*, aul faun I that Ncto-had not a aer itch on blin. OiH ilia Uiyhi Man. Freq im'- Interview* with th* pritoner re«u ,,-«I In eatiflrmiug th* datecttv* rn hi* bai Mf lbs' Ne *j wag Bot th* burglar. I John    ll redry Ketchum    w is arre*t*d for a    burglar/ nu    Sept    1ft Ketchum hod leu engaged    in    st-Vera! rob j benes    rn Brooky ii    -tml    os he bore a (Unmake* to N a*. K yoolds eau-bat Mi-a S.rvet bad made a very im ure- rn -take K y ioll*. wha ie raid to I -iv.- uieunrric powers, tnducwd Kl Cl un »* e -uf* sa that tows* th* mid-uigbi ai* tor lo lh* to tai I* of Mira ?t*fret, .md Nv.se wit! to rvlaiaod. Aippwd a 0«ei la (hr Mad, K (ii't i p, % a , X iv. 4—City Councilmen A. IL Iiu.aou sud A. J. Philitpa we. c o; i sated Tuesday morning upon a • charge of hei'ig about Lu commit a breach af Ow pence by figuring a duel or otherwise. J us I toe Cwt * nilrld,after hearing I be testi-metty, d«*m **e»i the eeaj, The part ie* hail a hot aitereatioo In (he * >00011 shoat tor tilth* (uoruing. which was resumed ob the street, where the Ii* wa* hawiMiniMUi, IhaTOX, Nov. 6 -Three hundred sty! 1 weuty "**v.*n low ii. Mild vtvieq one pi*. •Iwet lacking xiv# B.ac m r ig.i^n Brackett, 11.> »?F*. I(u.*,ll, i ii SU itns- •ail’* |d .ir.ill! MAU I <.e »* y places last y**ar cav. 11, a- k-vu-r I*,iff!- Mi . * ■(«, | « . fiui4ur,,'re 1 IL.L*'— Hua*el,’s (HuralUy v.heo Net LL-umn rat,* gam, ll,.'A p • b * 1 • *£”c w**** i» the Ten to <tl irtct ny 1 plutn y of 441 lY*#d tm 4«i.4r th* Ballat Mo#. BAX Fbakcisou Not. 4—One mao has men arrested for ai temp lag to stuff tbs pallet to* SU the Tv .• y-ututh asmiably Itallasy l-fdtisla la a Wrack. Ii it a nu Ha- im, Mich., Noe. 4~A •peelei train, carrying Die offieiaD of th* CIF (sago mail West Michigan railroad on on I n.pee* mo tour, j urn pat the track at th* Mauistae juuctio*. riuperintru«l#ut Agnew was oeoou-dy hurt. aa * Motive Dower .Iu per iu trod not Morris wa# badly bruised. Mauager liaaid, Fsaoenger Agent De hare u and Couetructiou 8up*r-iatendont Doyle were shaken up but not bwt. _ ^ ArcLde*coo Farrar Ibm written to Usa. 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