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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - January 22, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH. VOLUME 20. ALTON, ILL., WEDNESDAY EVENING, .JANUARY 22. 1890. NO. 180 AMD AND THE BEST BRAND OF First Meeting of the Special Committee for Business. 9 ‘RINGER'S RESOLUTION REFERRED. Dr. J. W. Enos’ Sanitarium, altoist, ill. DR ENOS announce* that he has catabliwhed in a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the TREATMENT OF ALL CURABLE DISEASES. BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL. His experience during many years has convinced him that all diseases can be managed more successfully in an institution of this kind, under the constant supervision of the physician, and with the aid of means not other* wise at command, than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers at Intervals of several hours or days. The position of the SANITARIUM Is high, and the surrounding are free from all noxious influences. It is readily reached by the Second street horse ears, and is near the Union Depot. The building is large, and arrangements are as perfect ae is possible from a knowledge of sanitary science and the requirements of such an institution. Electricity in all its forms; Oxygen and its compounds, Baths, Douches, Message, Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided as may be required by pa Beats, in addition to such other treatment as may be deemed Advisable. A LARGE SOLARIUM For Bun Baths and exercise in ooid and inclement weather, eta., is provided. Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and re oe iv es his daily personal attention. Now Open FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS. For further information addrttt Dr. ENOS at the SANITARIUM, corner of George and Third its., Alton, III. MufQers, Hats, Gloves, Scarfs Pins, Collars and Cuffs, ll W III (Iv to m Mub-CJorainltte* Camli(ln| of Cand tor. HIU ud Plower—A Chief Im One of the Division. of the IVualon (mire Who HvftniS to H.-iKn -UU Letter to CoiiiiiilMloiier Knout — Capital City I lr nm. W Anni koto* City, Jen. 22 -TV first meeting of tile special committee at the house < tile world’s fair celebration was htld Tuesday morning. Candier, of Mao-wii'huvett. the chairman, presided. Although tills was looked upon merely as a §irw-liimnary meeting, the committee managed to dispone, for tile time being, of mort of the business before it. The Mfiringer resolution of Monday providing that on Thursday, Jan. 'ii. the house shall decide on the location of the exposition, was referred to it special com rn it tee of three to consist of the chairman of the committee, Calid lur. and two other members to be selected by him. The motion for this disposition also provided that tile sub-committee should report bark to the full committee on Thursday. No Plana Prepared. The question of the best method for selecting a site for the fair mused considerable discussion, although there wa* a dearth of Ideas in connection with it, and it was finally resolved to refer the matter to the subcommittee. The discussion showed that no main* Ix-r had pr ,|iar«-d any plan of procedure. After deciding that no mal arguments should be beard, the committee adjourned. Later Candler appointed Hitt, of Illinois, and Flower, of New York, as tho other two mew-lien of the sub-committee. No Meeting af the Nenate Committee. Senator Hist Ic has been a beent from the city for several day* and no meeting of the •enate committee on the world’s fair has been (rolled. The committee is waiting on Mr. Depew. All af the speeches made before the committee have been submitted * itll the exception of Mr. Depew4*. His ie etui withheld for revhion. SILK UMBRELLAS, At verv low prices, —OO TO- H.C. G. Moritz. 112 Third st. JULIUS H. RAIBLE. Rectifier, Importer I    ANI)    WHOLESALE    DEALER IN WIKTE3S and LIQUORS Th, BMI Celebrated Brand, of KENTUCKY WHISKIES free end In bond A SPECIALTY:    IMPORTED Cognac Brindle*, Holland Gin, Iriab and Scotch Wliiikiw, Cherry and Blackberry Juice, Port, Sherry, Bordeaux and Rhine Wine*. HEADQUARTERS For all kind* ai Select California Wine* and Brandle* In Casks, Keg* and Dottle*. Come and examine the Largest Slock of Fine Old \\ lie* od Liquors ever offered In this city, and at urprisingly Low and Cheap Prices. All Good* delivered free of charge. Order* bv mail will receive Erupt attent]oo. store and Office cor. Fourth and Belief;., Ware-ie on Fourth et, between Belle and Piaea. J. SUTTER A SON, DK* LXRX im FINE AND coif mon furniture. A Full and Complete Stock Always on Hand. "Bb-- Do not Fail to Gin o> a Calx Be* fore Purchasing. OO* rf WI ITTRX room* ar* un State Strt. oouosite Third. ▲LTON. ILL. PATENTS. To any paraoM wi*bing lo > totain latter* patent» n near invention*.MgfOMpfflB* O* deigns. I will .it*uto Urnwia** and cation* and in ok. application# tot I'm ten I* IU consultation, in i<«r*oii or bf Jailor, fro* Lucas Pfeiffenberger, ALTON, ILL. Lucan Pf ©men berber ARCHITECT, GENERAL BUFE RI NTKNDKNT AND MECHANICAL DRAUGHTSMAN OlBoe on Third at., one door went of Piaaa. Third Flour. THE DAV IN CONGRESS. A Wrangl. In th. House Over a Ruling by th* kpvAlm. WAHXiMimin City, Jan. XX—Th* bourn wa* in a wrangl** all day ov«*r a ruling by th* "punker. Monday, juat b*tbr* adjourn inant, Bland mortal to adjourn,.and on a division th* apegkar declared ttawmution lost Bland thereupon demanded teller* aud according to The Record Tuesday morning th* speaker replied; "There ta no provision for tailor*” No record of tht» appearing to the journal, bland moved lo hteve the journal amend'd acnurdtugly. The motion wa* k»L Bland then demanded twitmw The *1 teak or declined to Mi tar ta in the demand. General debate cm the porliaiiumtery queo-tion involved then ensued, and the appeal wa# laid upon the table—yea# 14V, nay* ISA Ornate Proceeding*. In the ornate Tuesday th* bill authorising tile bridging of th* Miaaouri river hat ween Po ta * h tonne comity, Iowa, and Douglas or Barpic county, Neb., wa* ordered rerolled from the bourn berain*) of a technical error. Barry, at Arkanans. addrmmd the "enate oh hi* bill requiring the superintendent* of cram* to collect stat ta tic* of farm mortgagee. reported adversely. After general (tot ate on lid* the calendar wa* taken up and a number of UU* {Mused At till the •enate ac ut into secret wowkm, and at $M p. ai. adjourned. Rill* islrwiscad. Among th* bilbi introduced were the fol-lowing; By Quay to mark the lines of battle and the plaitings of troops af th* Army of North Virginia at Gettysburg; also a hill to incorporate .the Philadelphia and Camden Bridge company By Jones of Ne veda to discontinue iii* coinage of S» and ll gold piece# and of S cent nickel pieces. By Toller to promote greater cflk wucy in th* general land odic*. REFUSED TO RESIGN. A Pension Office « toter. lamer ta Cm-missioner M«uuu WaaMiNuTosi City, Jan. 22—Henry A. PhiUipa. one of th* rcrated chiefs of dirtteuo of th* pcrnuou otlic-, who we* recently requested to fweiga, boa addrtwmd a long letter Od Comm toe loner Kaum, in which be says be knows th* request cane- from Hecratary Noble, aud declines to plane his neck in [xaUUoa for “the exectttNaier who I. eugagffd in cotn-pteting th* work Ugun over a quarter of a .century ago on souther* tat Heft# Id*. ^ Mr. Phillips •lefend* his course, end say* Mr. Mold* knows not I dug about th* case, but “wraps himself in the panoply af power which eactrckw a cabinet rn in wot, aud, arrogantly exclaiming in effect ‘I am the state,' brute My strikes bt ad aud butter from the ii iou tbs” of Mr. PhilUja' wife aud Ut ti* un**. Mr. Phillips therefor* do* uh* to resign on "tits dictum of oar man w bu, »ith out medical UT surgical -kill puts bn will and th* power which th* accident of political preferment gives him to root up aud revoke" sgiiinst the Aud I ag of medical men who have approved Ute rvralmg of Mr. Pbillips' 11 stun' JU. Phifli]>* was removed Tuesday morning and Vt H. Reynolds, of Pctinsylvauia, was immediately appointed to fill the v acaucy. Joined the Presbyterian ( burrIi WASffiMUToa City, Jon. 22.—Th* Rev. Dr. Chaster, pastor vt the Metropolitan Prosily ter urn church. Capitol hill, announced to his congregation Bumlay that Hanund J. Honda 11 and Mr*. KandaU liad ho n admit ted to membership in th* chun-h It wa* ledicatwl to lh Cheeter that Mr. Randall (haired to join bu chorda, sad Iud TuwsJay b» went to th* bouw to admit him to mc rn bervbip Mr Randall hod ani yet town bap luted and Dr. < (eater performed the rite of baptism and be was admitted to the foil Mrs Randall ha* been a mend**- of th* Presbyterian church aud was admitted to Dr (Taatei ’* church by letter. La (iripp* stricken Officials. W ASMI SOTOS COT, Jan. ak — Awdstent Hee retan>"> Tiebraor and BaMwUir aud Appointin'nt Clerk Byrnes, of th* Treasury DepartUM ut. are all Ark in bcd with lh* grip Assistant Hr*rotary Batch, ilei. who has been quite sick, was better Tuesday. Mr Bym-s, who has alan been quite nick, ie reported beth r HenaU-r Morrill, who has Issei confined to bu bom.- -ufferiug from an attack of influ-on sa wa* at th* capital Tues lay. Hmater Bheruiou is still con Sic-1 to th* ioots*. italian i Kdiuuuda is Miff si ,u/ ti chi a auld attack of the i-1'-vailing complaint. moneys Henry F ladle, of eldorado, at GiiuuiAon, Coto.; M. D. Mix, of Colorado, at i*ei Norte, t oto.; J. A. Percival of North Dakota, at DavilV Lake, N D ; M. W. GI bl m. of Arkansas, at Little duck, Ark.; A Allan, of Anama, to be ag-at for the Indians of the Colorado River agency in Arixoita. srriirk iv pp SNOW ut lc»i in uuui Onuiis A Serious Condition of Affair* in California. DerMlan by fteeretaey Noble. WASHihOTon City, Jan ai- Necrwtary BLOCKADE ON THE CENTRAL PACIFIC. Noble has decided that a married woman    ■—  ....... can make timber land entries or purchase such lands in the states of Calif cml*, Oregon, Nevada and Washington, provided it is conclusively shown that the entry is modo for her own use and benefit, ami not for the benefit of herself and bu-land jointly. UAM. Kilpatrick’. Sword. W axhinotov City, Jan. A—Mrs. (ten. Kilpatrick aud Herm tor McPherson callsd know Plow., Pw.hed by Tea (engines, Connie to fto I hr on y h the Drifts—Pwmm>b-gee Hsve Plenty to Kat, but Are Muller-lo;; with ( old sod Influent* -The Blockade os the Caton Pacific la Oregon— Calli* Dying by Hundreds. Haji Pram moo, Jan.    Mi.—The snow I Cockade tm th* Central Pacific railroad in at the war department Monday morning ™*luU> uf I^k~* Kmigr.nt lisp, a    -    —    .    St    SR    (.    laauiom    Cue*    Min,    'I    •    I    ——■ Lu sod presented H*crrtary Proctor with the ■word worn by Gen Kilpatrick during the war. The sword, which is a handsome, heavily gold mounted one, will be placed in the archives of the war department Revision af Confession of Paltb. New Yonu, Jan. 22.—The New York Presbytery Monday logan a serins of meeting* which will be held daily to consider the pro)"wed revision of the confession of faith. The report of the digest committee provides that th* third chapter after the first section be so mast as to include only: “The sovereignly of (kid in election, tim general love ef God for all kind, the salvation in Christ Jesus provided for all and to be preached by every c rent aru.” It wa* also recommended that th* tenth chapter bs so rev Mod ss not to appear to discriminate (xmceroiug “infants dying ic infantry.” Dr. William M Paxton, al Princeton, eiprawwd himself ss opposed to revision. A Peculiar Accident. PiTTsm ho, Pa, Jan Ti.—An accident remarkable in the history of window-glass making occurred Monday at th* tank factory uf the ('hamber*-Mi Kh* Gloss company in Jeannette. The plant is the largest of lbs kind in America There were three furnaces with a capac ity of about TW) tons ut glean each. Munday furnace* Ngu 2 end J bund aud the 136 tons of molten glass A--wad out upon lbs ground. It will ink* a week or more to repair the furnaces sod HUO men will rn ann while bs idle. Tbs lues will ap (>ri inmate |26,0(J0. The aor (dent was caused by corates, attendance Banquet to Henry George. Nxu Your, Jon ‘fit—A banquet to Hoary George ws. giv. nMunday at tit* Metropolitan botel, <« the eve of th* departure of tbs "ingle tax tender for California and Au •aralia on a stumping tour. Amoug Haw* present and reepouding to toast* was Rev layman Aidant, of Ptymowhk oh arch, and letters of regret were mow vert from Rev H Newton, Bishop Huntington af watenJ New York, Roger Q Mi Ila W. C P. Brerkwi ridge, George William Curtis, T. V. Powderly, Francis l.ynd* Hteteon, and A. B Forqubor. To luur Hltver N.lo*. Nxw York, Jon. MR—There was a rumor in Wall street which, in onnuectoon with the diaeusMon of Secretary Windoai's silver proposition, occasioned enasidrrable omuiMot It was antxmnoed that advice. hod Ism received from London to the effect that the Bank of Hug land is about to axer cis* its right, never hitherto ssssrted, to ss* silver to the extant of ooe-thirdof Ha nranrve, and to kame Kl Aiver note* Th* diapoteht. oleo said that the hank had pure baun J lift.-(JOU, UA) worth of silver buihon in ox pee tattoo of the fiction. (Hilo Miners la <'•avasittoa. Cou-’MUOS, Ohio, Jan. 22. --District IP, National Progrrmlve Unk* af Miners and Mine Laborers, which tndudsa Ohm. met in annual convention Monday with forty delegates pr went, rvpresenllng a large aou-titu ency. TV eddmmof ( krisKvan*, pruaktoai, favor* on op*a orgmidsatlon for tbs rn mats af America and eight to mrs as a day s tatoo. This was th* general e*ntuo*nt of tl-e con-venteon. Th* National union and Knight* of Labor will naut Wsdaesday looking to atua! jaw lotion. "Maili* lily” Itearh** AiaeHea. Hah Frami moo, Jan. ast—“N4h* Bly” was among th* pe*ss«igurs who arrived at UUU Tuesday morning on tbs steamship Grannie. As noon a* Mi* Bly rear had tile harbor ah. wa* ink mu id! by a tug end taker to Uwk loud, wtowt Mm boantad a afMrial I train in waiting and started on her j»ums> to New York over th* Horntown PscUI- and Atlantic aiel Pacific routsa. if Mm reach** New York on sr hod Ute tim* she will oiwke the trip around th* world in seventy-five day a _ •*&.. Killed Himself Whit* Hunting. Dx* VRS, Jan. 22 - Peter Oglesby, nephew at ex-Ooi amor Ogbaby, of UUiiuU, acct--tentally "hot aud kill*! hinuadf Monday aftemoun while out hun ti ag Av* intina from till. oily. H* had laid his gun ait the ground ami when Im picked I up took it by th* mux ti*, pulling K toward him. Tbs hammer caught in the gross, causing the gun lo ex-ptode, the charge "tr>kiug th* unfortuoato man in the side. He lived bat a tow min ut** after the accident A DI. Meed I* Kmplsy**. Faix Rivsn, Mom. Jan At-Th* Brown mill Monday declared a monthly dividend of 2 per cent . also a want-annuall) dirk fiend of is pr ••en! to th* help on th* amount of wag** eoruwi the six months from July I to January I. This is the Snit div iJ*-lei un the prvAbahajriug I moi". The vu rn divided among th* help amounts to a little over A per cent. of the dividends paid to stockholder* during th* •ame period. To Abolish th* I'm mf Breach. Ottawa, Out , Jan 22 Dalt<m McCarthy has given nolle* that be will tetrad ace a bill ta parliament b-amend th* NorthweM territories act Tbe maaxur* (iropaosa to provide for th* abolition of the Fr*nett os sn official language rn th. cauadiae northw««t. The French members of parliaruent, lacked by the Catholic htorschy, w»b fig br th. Mil, and it looks os though it would be kilted baa bwoaw very sertoon Mtno* Tuesday last no (WsUrn overland train has been able to mech rn point further wert than Colfox. At prvseat - sat I">und I rain, ore at Hacra-mento, Colfax, and Hhady Run, while tho*# a mid ng west are at Emigrant Gap, Truckee, and Rena. At Truckoe th* dapth of the snow ranges from eight fest to drifts of over twenty feet Tbe railroad compony has esveral bund red men st work shove Mag east of town. Th. plow we. only enabled to go a mile out, when it stuck with ten sateen Shovelers wet* aal led to the rescue, who, ofter several boun* wark, dog them out, so they could return, (in th* wart th* road Ie filled with drifts of Af leon to thirty feet In Urge ruin A plow with five engines was on the road thirty-six hours trying to reach the tunnel eight mite. th**: town. Th* whole crew rvtuioefi «a foot, having abandoned lh* trois as they became ravenous with hunger. Another plow with twelve locomotives •torte! out ut clear the road to Munmit, but before they hod run two mites they were securely blocked, aud the snow, (ailing hack oa them, they were fast ta beth dirvcttooa M.avteet Bleck off. ta Year*. Pee*wngar* are quartered at tbe botels by the railroad com paoy. Mi aday afternoon it began snowing again heavily, nod reports from the blockaded trains at Emigrant Gap showed that th* cleared portions of the track want again filling fast Railroad offb • toto declare that the present blockade to the tisavhut and longest (hey have experienced for over ten yearn The plows are unable to do much im account of th* depth of the snow Th* delay aeric* Jy affects mail tenth Bes No «aet«rn mad bas reached this city sine* test Tuesday evening The West era ll Aka Tstograph company has * large form of man in th* mountains charing ira wires of snow. Tbs tetogrstdi lines hi Bom* plant* ore en Ural y tarted under drifts, mttwiUortondu^ th* fact that the wires ars struug <a pows thirty fart high. Th* fact that aiow-hound pawwogere arc nu (Taring far want <d food is denial by railroad ofiiciaia An abundance of food to so pp] ted them, and Vrain" ar* at no point whet* It would bs UM-pnasilile to roach item FfiMenger. Mn Arr lug with C*M. Expel traced oten un snow shoes ars con-standy on the road tetwera Colfax and th* delayed trains, pocking frvwh led and other ne cene* rte, aet! at no time during the blockade has say difficulty been e«p*rtia«ed ta riving tbs panwngv-is t-omfott* end food. The passewg• n ore suffering from th* cold, sod A tem* n«mbwr of ea*s< cf in flu-lies arr r ported, lait the isffwwi ar* kept warm Rad cert vc medical ald promptly. Tbs sit un Men is equally as sarious on the OnBformia and Gragoa mad in tbe rn art bern Kof th* Stat* A train whish toft bere toy fur Tertial*! to still at Madding. A fore* ut Mao viers who w»r* working south from Dunsmuir returned after f<wty-*tght hours'wi4%. On* engine w s. brought in, hut Ute ochers were niu» *d in without wood or water. Another force started out again wtth threw engine* and a plow to reopen th* Southward railroad The official" stat* that th*y export to have beth th* Central Pacific and th* Calif (ira ta and Oregon roads open long ON THE UNION PACIFIC. A w jijptE INVESTMENT, On© Iluiidrc’d Aer en Of Land, Adjoining Upper Alton, with Hoiine eontatfilng IO roomg, Barn, and other outliouses. Will be Hold for little i * more than niortKage mow upon the plnce. Sale Must be a1) Gash. turin* ileal ring to imeat rn J arm .lamia ctnmt tic tnt tar than inrrnh-!/atelki* projnrty, one of the the*Apex/ tier ofrred ammi Alton, turfed Title, tr<n«rttj will amt meal In told. 310 SELLE STREET. ami port of adod In th* t'r*Hd*ntlsl Nwiwlastion*. Wash I ROTO* Crrr, Jsjl fit.— tim president hoe agit to th* senate th* following noHunstaxi" To bs rooter*r of public from pneumonta Disaster wa th* Malt. Omaha. Neb, Jan 22.—A wesck of a tuburlaiu train over the Belt line dh laten (rf Bm Missouri Psefftr nom ired stoat 9 ■ ’Hock Tum-Lj' morning within th* city limit* William Boyle, a local Democratic politician was killed tastmitly (tavern! peo|4e wore badly injured I. sci lei kg a Umliirt". flistoiui, Ta., Jon *1.—A freight train on th* it--adtug road wa. detaitod by a land* •toto near this pine.- Tues lay. Ten oars wore throw.i into a croak. Kn^nMwr Huffman was killed Th. firemen and un* ut th* fafwiumiw'. wsr* scvertey injured. Baar) Mason, prmtdant af th* Mason & Hamlin Organ <wu*p*ay, ta wrvtnwly ill •I his rcsUU iK- in Boston. A ll.*%y Blockade B*tw**a Huntlagtoa and Parti sad, Or*. Pdituid, Ors., Jan K e-Pbr wan. days pate there ho* town a toinry "now Iduckad* ap th* Union Tsctfk trunk and brunch line. ladwMat Huntington and TurUand. Thor* have lawn tm train, through for nearly a week pate. and ooawquunUy no eastern mall. Bitter ooM weather ho* prevailed mote of tho Hmr, a*x>aupiul*'«l by heavy Wind. and blinding mo* "toriwk Five >sr six trains, both oast ag I west-Uiuad, ar* tokatadrd minowbore tot ween the Dal Ive and Baker City. Th* rom pa ny has tom doing ova* I thing possible lo open the road. and k*sp them often It wa. thought the first west bound train would mach this city early Tore in j morning with passengers and mall TV weather remain* cool and threatening Telegraph Wire* Frustrated. Th* os* condition of affairs has pro-ndtod over tbs (tauthorn Pacific and north Calif (amla Trains are btock-Heskiyoa inouutains, mo that aommuateatkai ha* Imm entirely eat off No through trains bara arrived at Portland from Hon Francisco, or have loft hora far that point f«w nearly a Meek, and no train* aes eipw ted to ratch her* before th* the oteklle af tills weak Heavy storms both east amt wrest have prostrated the wifws, and iMtogvspkn- oMumuHiratksi has been inter raided mote of the lime. (In I to- Northern Pacific toivraver, trains have tora arriving and dopertln^ from Ta>x»ma r gulorlr. On Unit Un* there hoe I** n very Utile interrup lion In a f w days, un Ute anotto* heavy snowsiorui uueurs. it s kopwd thai trains will bs moving us ail direction* am time, Mwadrads mf ('attto Dying. Tact Ma, M ash., Jon. 22.- Th# Okanagan country to covered with over taro feet at ■now, and th* Idiuard which hogan with tbs year and la.od fit# days wrought a (arg* amount at damage to property, killed mu -h Bra Mock, and os use I the death af at toast tea mea William Jewett, who k*ips a ■MB station about twelra mikes fruas Alma, obi (he Colville rmervaMaa, teartad to swum th* prairie and was fraaau to death. Tbe mail carrier from Wilbur wont out the sam* day to go to Wild Quote Hill Kerry and perished ta the dorm. Caul* ara dying by hundreds un lh* nmsrvgtiim. Th* ranch men (wlculate that they will bis* -ms-half of their stock this season, lait TS par cent woald bs aas mr the ten* seth na ta Suicided Whit* itespoadrnl. NBW You. Jan. U -Mrs Edward M Beedsrsoe killed herself Monday night, flhe ■lid that the grated poor of her aes coaid not ofataia employment ta this citp si rapt af a dUhoaarst le kind Kb* committed wienie by jumping off lh* roof of a huusr The top cf hor toad and side of bar (sa* tref* crushed Bb* was drawn I in a tot* Oakton waist, a striped wuoteu skirt, red stockings, aud buttoned ahum Th* body Bow tons at th* ii><saw*. The swusu't age Ii SMI* rant IJ about ii, and her compt* akin wa* light and she woe of prepummteng ap-pmrnnce. EVERYTHING NEW. WH RTCX’K OF-- Carpets, Oilcloths, Linoleums, Hugs, CURTAINS and CUR TAIN FIXTURES, -un , . ■_SP    Bhd on exhti4lion ta ear salesrooms It is THE LAKOBHT, HANDHOMKHT AND MONT ATTHA(”TIVB A NHO MrX^JCfT „ OI; POOPS IN THIS LINE EVER BROUOHT TO ALTON. ii sni jp you good to look it over wrhottigr you buy or not. Bul th* atsracuaor ar* sa Mn " JC?,T° r"M*’‘'*bteth*t wrv do not believe you cun retest tho* Th# eerasiaf HRIISSR1    *• nemPMtaril Inviting The dealfO* in Imis tai* awd Pfrl ■ —-    - Tapratry ara tH-autlful and artisllc. lh* TkTriD A TkTCI are raja. Ujr    langc .i, dec t(cirl so wide ss I ll It K A I N S -I J. IJ A^r.'eV ART ROTI AR TSI ^ Jutew-l.ratsrare.-toVuTmL^lr.^.S Ti . JLS? aVIBA OU UaibuOikNY than ever of "TY TT/Y Cl In White Messmen I Quai, anaep hub andx mack baar "kin    KUuo,    mmrnmmem oil,« M»rn> JI..! I.INor.Kt M- III areal vnrM’ly <'11! I Alk! anil <'I*Itr • I Y m A. J. HOWELL! BB UfCI < 90 1*09 AMD LAAS »»cv |'0 ac To • et at VIM KAS IM. 'IM W. I HAVE NO HESITATION IN REdOMMENDING (larlaiiil si ini's anil. Ranges THEIR HIGH KE FI TA HON FOR DURABILITY, ECONOMY OF FUEL, CONVENIENCE, ARTISTIC FINISH STAMPS THEM AS THU Best in til© World. r ’ *    Ii    »• thrconntant gin# of the mmmifgcturfr *o mtlrfi tho y«tj Brat ba* lira- | SUY* Uiai mu be product*I. THEY ARK UNRIVALED. Said naif By A. L. FLOSS Thivd Street, opp. Belle. Telephone 33. Cold Weather Calls for Warmer Clothing. And so I would state to those in Need to Call and Examine my Stock of rvear. Blate. Conifers. Cloaks, Shawls, Fliisl Skirls. And many other tilings which tend to make a person Comfortable in Cold Weather. At Prices to Suit Everybody. “I    rara#*    rara    BBBy    «B| . F. Lehne, 1X3 Third st. ;