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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - December 12, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALTON BAILY TELEGRAPH.  VOLUME 30.  ALTON, ILI.. FRIDAY EVENING, iwrpuppp  RIGHT TO THE FRONT I DEBATE IN THE SENATE.  NO, 159  Ahead of all Competition sorted stock of  we place our COMPLETE and  well as-  G-OOD8.  HOLIDAY  COMPLETE IN ASSORTMENT I  SPLENDID IN QUALITY!  OVERFLOWING WITH GENEROUS BARGAINS!  Plumb s Resolution for a Change of Hours.  SEVERAL OBJECTIONS TO THE PLAN.  4V* STATION KH\ — Wp ||vo    ii    «»ii   ,E *  for     bold    ev    <    ry whey •  Moi.UKK and  ^Worti, And null tT^rt rMiltr i #4   V«Tr Ii wll'rt’o’  t0  ° Ur 0,,B f, KN for Si IS and SI. Our prn*»* 11,42,  ■ IHI I OI 1 vav i -    ~L.'*° ok# '  Juv «nil« Rooks; Hooklets, ate. .ole  DOLLS! DOLLS! DOLL BUGGIES!  for ladinf.  SMT KOOKS—standard Work a, Holiday Lift  B'WMChariM That th, ohjart of th, ll. animi..,, WM to Choke Off Itehate un Hie I I ret Ion* Hill and Vr*r*nt It. tnt! t on *l«l,rat Inn Mwifu'i It .mark »— \ plans, It, the Galien*#— Ho«m Doing.— OI her Capital New*.  Wa atter the best quality full stied. Mood* at Lowest Prl es.* la china, wax, washable, bisque, Jointed, rubber, pa teat, dressed kid body and musical dolls, Doter rail to see this Has.  TOYS.  Patent fiwinftu*  and “boo ny horses, Pianos, Wash Sets, Tea and Ola-aer Sets, Huck and Saw, Tool ('hosts, Matte Lanterns. Tin Toys.lron Toys Wheel Marrow*; To* Desks and Ta blea, Carvaand Kt-  *ress Wagons, Toy  ranks, Toy Mu  steal Instrument*.  ate,, etc.  X MAS  T- R- E-E ORNAMENTS.  Plush Birds, Garland Moss, Paper Ornaments, (Mass Ijiraps, Candle Holders, candles,  Tree Holders,  and soma forty or inure different de  1 1 > % < t ree or tm men ts.  handle no trash,) Auto  ay FAMCT AMD FLU IB OOO BS Photograph  firstling Oases, nVnVniiw s^s^hav'ng 1  inVa^ile'ti rrara’e?? 1 !*  ind  ‘ ... u« cats v„«  t ,nor*    Tiur XM’s; 1 ”*  •art; anga of all kinds including ta, cest, etc .etc.  poplar Hanna Anabas!*, Basilinna, Parch  ALL  Music tex* es playing 3, I, «, • and I airs, Violin and Guitar strings, Ac.,  Accords*) n s,  Ba* monies s, Prayer bosks Ptcturehonks achoo!* hup fib's. Tissue Papers a I I shade* (Imported and Domestic Ac.  Ac,. Ae, Ac., Ac.. Ac.  A merry X ma* one*) again And you shall nave it, one aid all,  If you will look over oar sleek.  And heed our urgent cell;  For all that s Ane In the Holiday line You’ll sooner or later discover ( an be had by one and all lf you loek our stock over.  CHAS. J. DEGENHART,  Itll and 103, cor Third and Pl aaa Hts, Alton.  FOR HARD TIMES.”  ftp BOX COUGH DROPS.  IOC BOTTLE COniH SYRUP.  IOC BOX FACE POWDER.  10c BOTTLE COLOGNE.  IOc PACKAGE SEIDLITZ POWDER. IOC BOX GOOD LIVER PILLS. 10c BOX GOOD HALVE.  -O— AT  MARSH S DRUG STORE  ALTON AND UPPER ALTON.  ITS NO SECRET.  That our STOCK ie the MOST COMPLETE  Me sen show you Something New ae of Bn aa you call in  OARPBTSs  ever Drought to Alton.  Tapestry,  Ingrain,  Bialy Bi’ussi-Im  Bag  Art >(juans,  or  Dado  Hemp.  IN OURTAINS:  Plain,    Laci* or Portier.  IN RU03: l ur .Hoquetle,    Smyrna A Oriental.  Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wir and Coco - ) Mats.  wrui.lv.tu* cur, IM Ii.-The I V’ U „ r ~ 1 “ y  I "** *!>« UU «p[>roprl>iUug  »as,0 to provide and equip a steam vessel ror IKMr«Ung purpoaes to Chicago. The lotion of the senate in concurring in t he iou-* amendment to the bill for a public Building in Sioux City was reconsidered, :he atm a*iment non concurred In and the hill '“.•tit to conference. A resolution wa* tyrwd (o instructing the poet office cum-nlttee to inquire into tho feasibility and  tdvisablllty  u f  rt lHW for  p. MU ,  mv , uks   hank* iii run 1 lect ion with nil or certain UMeceefpostoffice#throughout (heeonn-»iy. I I mn I* nailed up bls resolution which provkb-N that herealter the wmate shall Batt at IU a. in.; continue in trwrfoa until > 'Dp. rn.; recess until ti, and adjourn at ll  To Choke Off l>«-list*.  Cockrell thought that the hoar of ll  01    1    *°ttld    be    preferable    to IO o’clock.  I lamb thought it best to try the hour •tuned in his reeolntion. Cockrell pro seeded to show how expeditioualy the bu*-rn ss of the senate was transacted during the last session when the hour of meeting was ll a. rn Plumb hoped the resolution would stand an presented. Reagan barged that the objector the ressilutioo mas to choke off delude tm the elections btl! and to prevent its full, free „ n d fair 3*.UM.d. ration. JI,, then proceeded at length to point out what he termed the revolutionary character of the election* bill and earnestly protested against the passage of the resolution as unjust to the American people.  Opposed to the Election HUL  . Morgan, in arguing against the passage  if the revolution entered Into a discussion if tm* merits of the election bill, which f he t tai mol, above all other measures re quired free aud full discussion. The Dom*  > rats were fully prepared to enter into 'I*' dlsciis-don; they were all opposed to  tile flwliot) bill, nut tjpcau** it  WJ m rn  purely isirtiaan proposition, but because titty foresaw that It would invade the  oust it ut mn of the United States in many  . .....  St1 measure," he c< ms tended, "had been brought in the senate which to aerioudy toreatencd the equilibrium of our lust it u-lions lie warmed hi* colleagues on the it her side of the chamber that they had tfetter consider the bill freely ami delate ■t thoroughly with the minority, or peril.- jts some day the d«s trines of the Nil might Is* applied to tne senate of the luted Mates. If tho resolution should pa**, his friends must expect to carry it Hit. Mutator* must not desert their post* md leave a corporal's guard on uickst inty.  Opp,,mm| I,, tke Resolution.  Harris sjs»ke in opposition to the resol u-Bon which he claimed wouid retard rather than facilitate business He would not I Jppose any proposition which would facili-I tate business He predicted that there I would I** no quorum present after the Inauguration of the experiment, and with-»ut a quorum it wa* a question whether ; x; not business could la- transacted. Hr would I*- present a* king as the senate was n *e*aion, la* it early or late. Hoar asked he senator from Tennetete if he wa* now j willing to sgree upon a time for closing j ic I tate on the elections NU. Harris re-plied: “Not until every senator on this Bde af the chamber shall have had an on-I port unity to disco** the measure fuUy and I’airly.” (Applause in the galleries.)  I Hoar charged that the dehate bad been •eetMBbaoiMl  b J objectmaable applause in  ti*** K* I lur ie* aik I bt* wmhfcl lo give notice I that if it should be continued he would exercise his right to have the galleries  j • learnt  Me Applause Permitted.  I he vice president gave notice that a continuance of demons! carious of approval ir disapproval in the galleries would be nvl Id an order to clear them and it might rn well lei understood first as last. Vest naintaiusd that persons in the galleries md been permitted to applaud during Ii** usen>ns which u*)k place during the laid *ea*dun, to which remarks the vin president took exceptions, sa.* lug that sp clause had never (wen permitted while Ii opted the chair. Vest contin a«il bis remarks in opposition to the rest, lotion until 9 p. ta., elm consideration rf the clr, Bon* bill was resumed and WU j  ion of Iowa addressed the senate in ttdvo i  acy of 1 br measure.  Hon** Proceed I ag*.  Tl*e home- |Mia*ed the senate Nil appropriating #10,01*1 to reimburse Charles N. Felton, farmerly sad-taut treasurer ,.f the I lilted State* at San Francisco, f,*r • ***••* incurred in the payment of forged •hecks Senate Nil was a1*,. jia*sed an thorning the Fir*! .National bank, (rf Fort Renton, Mont,, to change its hastiou tttd to, toe I he house then went into 'ommittee of the whole .rn the fortifies-Atm appropriation Nil, and pass it.  residence in this city. Tho Rev. Dr  f  John '* Ep^opal ‘ ‘lurch, r,a« the burial services, after which the remains were removed to Hock Creek  raoTt t * r ™. * nd  ** ,ac * 1 in th ® ww'ivtng * , J J*" ^ »*o P**“ bearers. There Z P | T* ent  * t ‘be house I‘resident liar-risen, Nice President Morton, Scnat,.  I ay 10. Cai ole and Hlacl.burn. and oil, aistinguUhed jiersong  IS A FULL DK SHIT.  Story of Col. Cody’s Trip After Sitting Bull.  Antlelpatcl    Knek.  W vsHiMmtNt .n, IN, 12.—In the re-ria .0     ot     «ninMil    Industry   Thur ' d *.’ f  “»• claim is made Mat»the bureau anti,i lMl ted l»rofe**,.r in tim use of the celebrated lymph.  Death of a (Ie* ermine ut Clerk.  WASHINTON (’ITV, Dec, 12—Israel  KimNill, for twenty-eight year* in the in-  wtvenue bureau of the treasury de  Sr 1 ”’     ,n    tbl "     vitJ     Wednesday  night, aged TV y» ara.  THE THREAD MILL TROUBLE.  « »MS of th# Capers of the haperlnten.trat W aim, stay.  Buperintendent  NKW Vouk, Dec. lf  ______  Herbert £ Walmslcy, of the Clark Thread Company, i* accused of standing in the w.ty of jwrfect harmony between the big thread company at New ark and its 3,(Mi employe*. The spinners say emphatically that they will not go l»ack to work under Walmslcy, and the piecers aud cmd,-rn echo the sentiment. The young women employed in tile mill have nosyrojtatby with the *11 {a-rititundent, on account of their own strike of two years ago, when Wa! dis ley, a-a new arrival, found fault because they wore bustle*, had mirrors in toe rnUl, and were nice alsiut the anis-nr •ace of their hair and their apparel, and woa outspoken in the opinion that they were trying to put on t,*> much ••aide.’’ and were above their {daces a* mill girl* The girl* resented this with great unan By. and-truck  ... **vgl*slwg  a f (he Preseat Mirths.  W aim*),'j* learned a great deal alsiut  1  A merman girl- at that time, and since then be ha* tie, n behaving toward them with becoming humility, hut it ap,**™  *    “ ‘ ‘*ven taking satisfa< tion out of  the men uinier him, if their stories can be relied upon W ahush y discharged forty spinner* at otic* «,u Monday ne.ming L* can*,' they askcl him to reinstate a spinner whom he had discharged He wa* brusque alaint it. and would not listen to their reaaonv, entrenching himself behind the ho I wark of c lUhlcticc which the Hcotci. owner* of the plant place in him Vt almeley is an Ktigiishmaii, and the ■hill lier* call bima c.akncy." William Clark, the 1 rec-mvr of the company, is a Hootch millionaire, w ho made his money Iii Newark. Walmslcy I* a prof) **or of thread mannfart ure, w ho conducted a mill in India and wrote a hook alsiut spinning and thread manufacture. l*rcju,lie< ,1 Agwlnst Waimsley.  A strong jwejudice ha* been worked up ■gainst the inoffeuaive-louking little man and it will require a great dcalofargu meta to set it aside IN I* unpopular •bd nothing hut resolution will keep him in his place He-olutiau in this instance means t he shutting down of a great industry. with consequent hardship imp,***! upon more than 8,(Mi men, women, Isira, and girl* The mao whose caw prwcipi  U, ^ d  .‘h* £ r «» nt  ^bs was « spinner named lim Meld, who was an expert and a foreman in the old country for fourteen year* Ile had a pair of mules to mill No.  2 aiel wa* transferred to other moles where a break down occurred. He was then laid off. That wa* a month ago.  Finally Gel lh# Mesh.  Since then Hatfield has been a constant attendant at the mill, looking for an up’ port unity to take the pUu* of any spinner who wa* sick or idle. Hi* fellow spin ne re Offered to take a day off each week to give him employment, but the assistant super intendent refused the proposition Go Friday last Hatfield was told that he net.I not report at tim mill any more, and that he must look for work elsewhere The spinner* considered the discharge of Hat field a piece of cruelty. Waimsley differed with them, and told them that tiny could ail go if they did not like it. Yesterday all the hands, numbering 8,>M), struck.  A GOOD TALE ON THE OLD SCOUT.  COAL.  The  cotton  Con ase I rn mu Must Answer.  ( HK aho, Dee. it. Judge Gresham h** decided the < aces of Charles Counselman, the hoard of trade commission merchant, and James (J. Beasley an official of the Chicago, Darlington and Quincy railroad tov,dving a violation of th* interstate commerce law in the shipment of grain at reduced rates. Briefly reviewing tile proceed! ag* IU the district court and the pointe ml*»-1 there, Judge Gresham that Mr. ('oiinsetman rn ast question*, because he wa*  Clothe*! In the Hight sf Fashion Ile In. tended to Ride Into the Hostiles* t amp,  < acture Kitting Hull end Curry Him GIT la Triumph—Weeatled by Hie Command.  • ng < Oft err dust In Time to Prevent a ll loo,lr Eneou titer.  I Hic ago, Dec. 13.— Had not the commanding officer seen fit to recall FuiT. lo ul!}  ufl " r  **** Moat, accompanied iy| bite Reaver and eight trooper*. It. -  d ! departed on his errand to arte-t Sitting Hull, some bloodshed might afb- all hare I com* out of the scare. This opinion was I iii substance ex preyed at the Grand I'm anc hotel by Lieut. <1 SY. Chadwick ,.f the regular army The lieutenant, a hand some, intclligi-Qt I,s.king young man, we* detailed to assist Buffalo Bill, „ n d is now I  tr > ‘ng to kill time in Chil ago until next I month, when he will leave aith Bill for a tour of inspection among the indians of md Mexico.  Multi.bi ItUl's Ashame,  It wa* the intention of Buffalo Bill,” the lieutenant said, "to march into Sit ting Bull * camp, vcver him with hi* ride in the event of hi* refusing to an limit peacefully to arre-t, at the same time giv. Mig the surrounding brave* to understand loot the drat move on their part would t« the sigus! for Hitting Lull’s death. Then th* departure from the Indian camp won d he made, Hitting Bull tieing *,in oj'Vcn-l -n l at the mmr time placed in the rear of the party to make Hie flririg on lie part of the indians, should they he prompted to flee, very risky for the life of 2?. i T. ^***’  lo  ri' 1,  Buffalo  ittll I*-1 lev c* that the arrest could have N en made At the sam.' time toe pro I *a "lily foe some fighting resulting wa* v«rv gri at and the results might have I teen disastrous all around. It is Bill s opinion now. however, aud mine, too, that if no attempt to disarm the Indians be mad,, they v( ill remain peaceable cli winter,**  ..VS. *“*    *• Fighting Trim.  * W by didn t Bill remain out west Instead of coming back F*  “W, ll I , lieutenant smiled- "he wa* not In what you call fignting trim. You  *»* . he left ( bt, *40 in a hit ,rf * hurry, and when be arrfvad at tin- camp the only, Clothes Im- bg,! were those on hi* lark and it.* had ptmh. -. ,| them in I*ari«. Well a te)ll.*i shirt, sdk stockings, patent leather  * jms "  lb,B , nUi "*y suit (rf clot has '  * a kid gloves may tie well enough for the noutevards of the French capital, but for the plaint, in the midst of a lot of Inutile ret!*kins and the thermometer tnmbliug at a rap!,1 rate, th* garb can hardly be called appropriate. And because of its Inappropriateness Buffalo Bill, who also claimed that his physical endurance wa* a t rifle w orn by tho kid: nitty of his met is Hon in Chicago, deemed It bi st to return east. and he is now r. surrectiug him*, it in La( russe. Wia"  I anions Gill re pie Soft COAL dove.-rd at five minutes notice In any ct the bv. Burns to a Clear Gray Ash, no Clink ers or Cinders. Best  West.  Heft Coal In . the  hard coal  In all  sizes, Delivered at Lowest I rices, Duality Unsurpassed.  Market  BUY NOW, BEFORE THE BIG IDMNCE.  Dorsey & Mann  310 Re] Ie street.  T KR EPI IONE  H4 AND ai.  SKATES.  BARNEY Sc BERRY’S.  HE MARRIED A  NEGRESS.  An Kngltah Cai IL* Drover's Km** page m Grand Rapid*. WI irk.  Ona WD Ka I* I us, Mich., Dee. t3.-Jam«a Hurst, an English cattle drover worth rev end thousand dollars, took out a lier ti** Monday to wed Angeline Johnson, a good looking young mulatto woman. Th* nuptials wee* to have lawn celebrated Tile day night. Elder Given wa* present to otto i i!,* A large company of friends wen* present to w itness the re lemony w hen James Humndl, a colored nun. appeared and enter-d a v igorou* protest against t he marring* nod pleaded with Angeline to  marry!, in, instead of Hurst. A fight en •ued, hi w hich revolvers and rtuon were  d . r * w ® The polios w ere called in to quell tbs disturbance W rein -day morning Angwllne and Hurst visited a justice of the {ware and wore married, Russell failing to interrupt the proceeding* this time  held  answer the fully protected under section NIU of the constitution from I wing convicted on evidence he might give. In t hs case of Ih-midey Judge Gresham derided that Mr. Beasley muse jilt alure the jaqs're and evidence which had bren called for.  A la bi ais Miners' Troubles.  Birk IV,,HIK, Aln, lire. lf Fifteen deputy sheriffs spent the night at th,* Blue reek mines as a precaution against trouble, several labor leaders being prana*! with the avowed purpnee to atop th, men from working who have taken the plan s of the strikers. The? were arrest,*! and brought to liirmliuham, They are four iu iiuu*!s*r .No disturbance ocwurrrei in come orion with the arrest, aud all is quiet »( every mine in the district where the strike U in fMMgreas At Blue drek (he sinkers’ place*are being filled with are grore, sn experiment that promises autos**.  P itts  315  & Hamill  IL 1 1 lo Street.  READY FOK THE HOLIDAYS!  NEW GOODS.  Come  El  and £e© Them.;;  Mil, Tit Jmlir. Mn.  — FINK-  GULD and MLV kl  WATCHES!  -men —  JEWELBY  AM»-  SiLVKRWAEE  CROCKS  In Larga Variety.  Accordians,  Violins  -ANI*-.  THE INDIAN SITUATION.  I Adi ©a like to mm tho No west aud Finest in ll Haaieat wnjr to aet! them Is to (’all wbothgr you wish to boy or  not.  ouse Decor*t on*. Th* frtwjuenUy al our estaUUaltm«nt,  A. J.  FALL  HOWELL._  GITS.  %  I AM MOW VK A RT TO F( HNIMH KVKKf MAV IM ALTOM WITH A  SUPERIOR SUIT OF CLOTHES,  MADI: rtOM tuna* i9MLK('TKD lintCl A LL? TOI  PAIjL. wear.  Fa*urable Kr|>nrti K,-ceiveg frere «-wt Hr,web# and Huger.  WAORMCTOM (Yrt. Use. 12 (ten St ho  I lr hi has received the following favorable , I ■•{Bitch fr.<tn I en. Miles about th* Indian  . iii nation.  "Reports fn*n (tea. Huger and (ten. Brooke are quite favorable. Th* preeenra rf the troop* npw In position ha* had a I, in. .raUsing iaflusnce upon th* Indiana,  J kttd those that a wrek ago acre defiant > M*d warlike, are now gumg evidence (rf lubiiiiasiun. Caps. Ewers, Fifth infantry, t«« retiirncl to Fort Bennett, bringing j with him Hu .ip who b r nerly did ex J xriietit service with me in latmr Deer and j NY* I ■eri e campaign*, sad was badly I wounded in the latter He desires to re sew bu allegiance to the government, and  1  I will make good use of him In bringing in I it her* ”  j (ten Brooke report* that tuc Indians  Muir Ida ef an Ka*l!»t* Kenatur.  Alma KT, N. Y., Dec. 13—A *1 is patch  from I nadilla, X. Y, just received in this city, say* that ex grantor Frank H. Arnold, of Unadilla, the representative of th,* Twenty third district iii the senate of committed suicide in his office some time (atween n and 7 o’tiork Thur*day atotwlng. Hewn* found with a bullet boh in Iii* temple and a revolver clut, lust iii hi* tight hand No eau** is assigned for the rash deed Mr Arnold was a‘iou t AS years old, and during bi* senatorship was a prominent leader of his 1 party.  labial K seen (tun la Mississippi.  Mimipiak, Miss, Dec. la tteorgu I Martin, coiorrd, the murderer of William j ( run cb, was executed in the jail yard ’ Wednesday at IJS o’clock. Th* ex« ution  1  was pri\ate, bnf a considerable crow,!, I mostly negrore. gathered around Mart iii  1  requested permission u> make a speech, which wiw Kraut,-I, and he devoted ten ' minutes to * religious lecture to the ne ' go* * He ask,d sheriff Bordeaux to sjiriug the trap himself ami the sheriff did •a. Be died ia three minntaa,  Guitars.  And their Supplies.  Household, Domestic and Standard Sewing Mc’s.  Sewing .Machine Needle# and Repairs of all kinds,  Bold, Silver and steal Spectacles to Suit All.  Oocki, Waicbea find Jewelry Repaired#  Foe a Natteaal Art Gallery.  ('ITVV.LAKI), Ohio, UM. 13- The will (rf tbs late Horace J, Kelly, of this city, who died of heart disease on Use. A wa* pro bated Thureday After mal log due provision for the widow sud minor beq nest *, the a*ill eels aside proj*rty to the value of a'AH,0Ob for the c-lablishiiienl (rf a na  Tm# the Law Ut ||* r  Own Haags.  W’KTH ITA, Kan.. De, 13-Mre. O. & Dm, y filii no! report to legal mea-ti re* to reefer t(gv which her buri auld lost in a gambling houv. Bhe put a revolter rn b, « divas I «Aet rtii.i edited on th#. k,-t per of lite gaud Hug doe. Ile refused to gr e uj. the tunney, but changed his mind aft.*r he had *•* a -hot ai three ti'tire Th* (gi»»roccupant* of the gambling house t hen • raw Ie i from lieiieat It the tables and play was resumed  no McKinley bill on this.  COOKING STOWS FROM $4.75 TO $50. HEATING 8TOVEB FROM $5 TO $47.  FEMAL lOIINE Off MOHITOa  AND —  Radiant Home - Base Burners.  ikmal sri gaiter) in this city and appoint* Judge Itentry (’ itaniicy, Judge J/ M.  Jones and A ti Kelley trustees of tbs fund. Mr Kelley wa* one of the priori-pal owners of Kelley 's island at Put ta  _  Cir; Of THM M IFT armil mammkm,  rear White River bars turnsC loo** their  With. Perfect Fit,  FitfiuvH that  —0— AMD —o-  A(  Will  Please All.  H. C. Lr. Montz.  itolert stock and were coming in. Col. weiner reports quite a large number of India ii* in bls vicinity who are willing to 3hey hts orders. Thret* belong to Big Foots’ following aud others located about l ie -outhac*tern part of Cheyenne river reeervation.  Aa Alaskan Ka ped it (on Lad.  Xiv Youk, Die 13 The pram baa a special from Ran Francisco intimating that die Arkeil exploring expedition in Alaska has po* si My teen hist, A two-tnouth»ohi tetter from one arf the party ha* lieen received at Ken I'rancim-o no much belated that Ute party tv known to J be snow bound.  K>»*h‘a I.) mph la View Tgrb.  N».w ^ iii;!;. Iv* 13- Dr, JoAbi adiuJn-teirr d Dr Kim b’s lymph to eight patient* at ML Sinai hospital W cl ms, la* after no <u Iii Mw i*r **c 1 ice of a large number of physicians. The first u*.* of the lymph bel. was made by Dr Kinnktitt at Si laike's hospital Wednesday morning in ireati'ig a case of tutrix une.,a  THE BEST HEATERS ON EARTH. ALBO THE  CHAMPION MONITOR Cook Stove  o - NO KUES ON Til IM. J—o     #   «* -a- IIOX.'F-JMtAKTKr,  I ane rat of Wasntwgtesi MeLaaa.  Wasmim,tom CtTT, Dsc. It-Tbs fun* ml of the late Washington McLnui took  Itesth af aa Old Maw Fork Lawyer.  Nrw Vugg, Dec It Benjamin M. Stillwell, an (Rd and well-known lawyer of this i lly, dted maidenly st his home, agist VQI Mr, Sriilweh w aa one of the oldest practicing lawyer* in the dty. Ile loaves an estate variously estimated st from *301,000 to *1.000,000.  Leek* Ute a Foal ( rim.,  PkoMIa. Ute., Dec. II—7,»« tramps were seen on the farm of .'abn Hn i*..u, near Brimfii id, Wedneoda/ Iriertioegb Wednesday night Dridaxm * barn aa* burned and ta tile rain* were found th* bones of a mao it is believed that ta, of the tramps killed their companion anil fired th* bara to conceal the crime.  (AII GOODS!  Mrs. Hsrrtooa's Departure.  Ik hi w ai olis It c 13 —-Mro. Pre Barn on tell tor St nihil: /ton VV edit  alfet noon aoeotniuromi by her Uv-tihter Mia. McKee aud ost^' ii .Keo.  RJI J  W .vsi'Y>y'*’-',  AND  AMi/l UBIt LOT OF  CLOTHS, WORCESTERS CASSIMERE),  JU at akeki v kl tot  KA 1.1, WK AH.  MIAO A PINK UNK Of  ^ rteacloth fir ('vpicoaiH  FOR TALL AMD WIMTMB.  . : *; ■ JA......  E. It. BORCKMANN.   

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