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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - January 24, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH. VOLUME 20. ALTON. ILL., I Kl DAY EVENING, JANUARY 24.18! in. Dr. J. W. Enos Sanitarium ALTOIST, ILL. DR. ENOS announce* that he haa osUblittht»(l in a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL. Hit experience during many yea th haa convinced him that all disease! can be managed more successfully in an institution of thit kind, under the constant tuperviaion of the phyeician, and with tho aid of mean* not other-trite at, than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers at intervals of several hoar* or days. The position of the SANITARIUM is high, and the surrounding are free from all noxious Influences. It I* readily reached by the Second street horse car*, and I* near the Union Depot. The building ta large, and arrangement* are as perfect aa 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, Douche*. Massage, Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided as may bo required by pa keats, la addition to such other treatment as may be deemed advisable. A LARGE SOLARIUM For San Bath* and exercise in cold and Inclement weather, etc., is provided. Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enon, and receive* his daily personal attention. Now Ooen FDR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS. For further information addrf ss Dr. ENOS at the SANITARIA, corner of George and Third sis., Alton, III. Mufflers, Hats, Gloves, Scarfs Pins, Collars WION. Address of Senator Ingalls on the Subject. A GREAT CROWD AT THE CAPITOL After th* It, tiding of th* Hill Ut AnIS th* l iiiigrttt Ion of r*o|>le of Color Krum th* Hon th* rn Hi tit.., Mr. Ingalls ll* girt# III* Addr***—Refusal of th* ( tit rattan Nae* to A--Imitate W ith th* Mongolian an,] Afrit an. Wasauramn LTti, Jau. ii.- Th* an. nouumiMtot that Senator Ingalls, of Kansas, would addr*** th* senate on th* race qua lion draw a larg* crowd to lh* capitol Thurs-day, At ll..IU, when th* galleries were thrown open, the crowd iii th* corrklort wa* more than sufficient to fill th*    space allowed th* public, and liefer* noon th* ad* dltUmal congregation In the corridors had reucterwl paaut*-.- ar un* I th** ga lh Tie* i ASI It and Cuffs. AND THE BEST BRAND OF SILK UMBRELLAS, At very low prices, —OO TO- H.C. G 2 Third st. JULIUS H. RAIBLE. ” Rectifier, Importer _    ANI)    WHOLESALE    DEALER IN Wines and LIQUORS T'‘* Bort Celebrate.I Brand* of KENTUCKY WHISKIES free end in bond A SPECIALTY: IMPORTED C>* bren dine, llollend Gin, Irteh end Scotch Whiskies, Cherry nod scktterry Juice, port, Sherry, Bordeaux aud Rhine Wine*. HEADQUARTERS r all kinds of Select California Wines and Brandies in Casks, Kegs and Come and examine the Largest Stock of Fine Old Wines u*lu<>rs ever offered in this city, and at urprisingly Low and Cheap Prices. Ail Goods delivered free of charge. Orders bv mail will receive Lil' L'T ’’    *tori    »nd Office cor. Fourth aid Beliefs., Ware- on Fourth st., between Belle and Piasa. J. 8UTTEK & SON, DKA LXK* IM *1NE and common FURNITURE. A Full and bo Bt Complete Stock on Hand. Always not Fan to Give us a Call Before Purchasing. 01 H KURK lung BOOMS AUM OS Ate Strt. ooDosite Third. ALTON. ILL. PATENTS. To any persons wishing to ootain letters patent ta now inventions, I rn prv< ventures or designs, I ell execute drawings and < ration* and make applications fur Cit en t* All consultation, in person or by letter, free Lucas Pfeiffenberger, ALTON, ILL. Luca** Pfeiffenberger ARCHITECT, GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT AND MECHANICAL DRAUGHTSMAN Office on Third st., one doorwmt of Piana. Third Floor. ss wa tub t t, (Moat, ta a-etn.-ly difficulty. The reserved galleries, too, filial quirkIjr, anti at 1:110, half an bour before th** bour aet for Mi Ingalls to speak, almost every *«t ha*I bf. n taken. The diplomatic gallery alone looked empty. In tin front row of Ow reserved gallery sat Mra bigsll* anti lier daughter. Arrival of Senator Ingalls. At 1:IU gnus tor Ingalls entered the cham* twr from the Republican cloak room. A Milk hat* (kerchief bound around bls throat gave evidence of the a tine k of inftueusa from whit It he ie still suffering, Un Mr Ingalls leak were pikt I four lot iud volumes of The ( (MKgriMMtiousl Record lie placed ou than Ute portfolio containing his notes and sat down. In a Ccw minutes he <'hanged his aal to the ohs directly I»*tiIud. »Iters he en banged a few words with Heuretary I tusk anti (ha lf, P. Banks. Teen he returned to hie ow* seat. At 9 o'clock exactly Senator Ingalls arose aiel moved that the waste proceed to the consideration of the bill to —HI tbs etnigiation of people of oolor from the southern state* Re asked that it be read st length. A cry of “hush" went around th* gallery as the senator from Kansas arose and the vtv pn*fc£3st isppol sharply for •rd* r. Chief Clerk Johnson read ti'..* bill slowly ani diaikirtly. ii*-ginning of IM* Speech. “Mr I’reaideat, the race to which we being is the most arrogant and pretentious, Ute ni<«st exclusive ai>d Indomitable in his tory,* ware Mr Ingalls’ opening worda In dtvi.iualtem, liberty, fraternity and equality, bt* Mud, bad I avn that race's rontrllaition* ti th** slat*. Every other rats* hat! been its enemy or its    At    every step of its pmgr<«* from barbarism to enlightenment th* Caucasian race bad refused to assimilate with the Mongolian and African. Th** ablest soothsayer could not have foretold the wonderful ae'Coptic at of the btl century of American inc pendenot The frettier had been abolished, the climate conquered and the desert subdued. From the latent sources of th** American constitution had been evoked great and unexpected power*, lo It every creed bad found a sanctuary, every wrong a retires. Upon the tbtwbold of our second century the people of the United Bt ate* were confronted by tbs must portentous problem ever placed before a tree people for solution. A Tribal* to Henry W. Grady. It involved in tbs bel cf of many (bpt not in bk! the permanency of our form of gov orunient. It must l«r coosiderad frankly and freely, without subterfuge and without re-pm Mr. Ingalls paid a glowing tribute to the late Henry VV. Grady, from wha* oration delivered in Boston In December last lie quoted. Re sent to the clerk’s desk a liberal extract from Mr. Grady’* speech to be read At the conclusion of the reading he nonunited bis remarks He would die cues th* arithmetic of the question, he said. In 1MU there aer** hi ti*** L’lilted fatales 44UU,tfK) in 1W7U, 4,4SU,tfiu, in lrvO, ti.Agt),-IWO negr* **«. He wished to mf In (Mowing (hat it was kl* Im)tee last tbs in*'resee shown from Into to I WNI was a d> Lineate, pro-meditat-id fraud upon lite census, committed for the purport) of oldnming an increased repreeuuiaiioti. A Distinct C'elor Line. To complicate the problem, Ute negro was g rug ar i* ms. The line of cleavage between the white man ami the black aas distinct and clear. There aas neither amalgam* ti un, alsei piton or assimilation between the Fred Douglas, tbs must illustrious living representative of bis roes (greater, he thought, by bls I eurasian r sulfur mn neat than by his African blood) bad mal to him that when prejudice diwippnared the t would become homogeneous. He did abt believe it. Much s solution af (be -I I Aru tty, bethought, would Is* impossible; if possible, in*et depiorobb* History showed test where the white sad black bad (vane together dor mg the jt-TMsi of Revery It had basti by compulsion The rhiMntu boro bad claimed white fathers and black mother*; never black father* and white mother*. A Fatal Polson. There wa* no poisoning on fatal as the adulteration of mc* The leaders of th* •cath had ootne to the conclusion that the present Rate of affair* <ould not exist They askoi that the meter he disci need am Ic ably. The senator from Mouth Cered las (Mr. Rut l*r) d»q>reeetei animadverted They won Id not hear it from him The must bittor critic con id tbs situate*! in the south was the truth. He did not claim a superiority of virtue fir ti ie north His ancestor* had owned slaves. He remembered with what interest as a boy he bad road that school book poem beghmlng: “Cha inc I in th* markot place bt stool, A man >*i giant frur.a The Freeing of th* Krgr*. Th* cont* i bi*- of New K*igl*nd had nut teen amu--I to a asuec if the noorreity of the si iv system until ft had hereon# un-pr *fl ab la II nfrghter ] H* wides a largo •en t cd I be people of the Tutted Stats* had iv c atte piatei th* fr«lug of the rngro in tie esc for th* Union. VVhen the negro "V !rT*H,’.he k*1    KivHM    lh**    frvtrM bise a.A for Uh* |xii |»w or perpetuating th* Iteptibliran party Tliat calumny had grown oti enough to be en | via n nim I w1 and placed on the retired list lf the ocgro wan not •*rc, Mr. Ingalls said, he thought tin* people of the Untied State* to*day would hesitate t«> im ite him here. With the <*X|«*riencc of two (cut ar joe of slavery aud twent\ Av* year* of .oten-ibl* freedom, h. believed chat they would prefer to have remain** I In anociation with their brethren <tn Hie dark continent But the negro a aer* lien Th, v were of ancient lineage in fact genuine F. F. V.Y [Laughter } Ingalls rime hided his «p*«ch al midi I great applause. VETERANS IN reunion. The Thirty.third im,mu Volant**** Meet at HbM*niliigt«>n. Hun>miN,*T<iv, Iii., Jan 24.—Heveral bun-*ir«d comrades of the Thirty-third illinoia volunteer* awtembied bere VVt«iim**.ley Bi reunion, among them Ling Governor Fifer, who served throughout the war ae a private in this regiment, familiarly known as the Normal regiment, because it was organ****! by Ktudent* of tile Hts Ie Normal ubi *«rwty at Normal, end was Aret commanded by Col i Carlos B Hovey, the At president of that institution. Wednesday night there was a Bleating at Turner hall, which was crowded with old sobbers and friends of the F" "f Thirty-third. The regiment wa* weiuotuod by Mayor Mason, to wbk h Gen LH. El dolt, formerly udjutmt-gigmral of lUlnou. rn-ponded.    ••Tte Mtar Hpanged Banner’ w ^ sung by Mr* U O Baria Herman Fifer, the young sob af the gov-erntjT, played a solo on tbs violin, acaoin-l>aiu(»i by his mother ujkiu the piano Gov-cruor 1< lier wa* greeted with wild applause and spoke in an lnproinpiu manner at oon-sidtjraula length. IDs n marks were chiefly of a local and personal character. HISTORIC VALLEY FORGE. Th* Famous ( ampins Grvead To Us held for Oulldlug Lots. Norkimtown, Pa , Jan. 24 — A me IU no* meat is made bon* that tbs historic revoln-tiouary camp grt.uud of Valier Forge, six miles to the w**st la Ch. atef county, will enow is* auld by [ta present owners fur bnlidiug kite. Tho tract cuioprns* th* entire site no upu«l by Gen. VV sshingtun and the ooaJi-!k*itai army during thr winter of 1777-ti. It cover* DD acre* of IsmuUf Iii ruiling mr adaw an I, Ii, rd aud there lo* >k»u wuh ab. upt wooded billa The site vt th* oui up is but a h er jar,I* south of the HchuyikUi river, and comma de an extensive view of th * lovely scenery along the course ut that stream. The old atom* mansion, uccupisl a* headquarters bf VV aahington and hot personal stair, trouts Hic station of the Pnbadriphis and ft a.Im-i ai lr tad. Southward, at a dstsuc * of a luarter of a mile, is th* spot aber* Wash-nigh mb headquarter* stood, th* building, now renewed, which tis occupied hi Deem ar. ITH. PH All i.vihuinv in rhu*V1 Mfm turn The Speech of Mr. Gladstone at Chester, Eng. THE RECENT ROW WITH PORTUGAL. governed with humanity Hor DISGRACEFUL FACTIONAL WAR. Oarpea* Dug 11> from Graves aud rlbiy Mm,laird. FU,, Jeu. 24- Th* IV dish church war at tlyntoulii wa* renewed Wednesday evening. The IV dish factem, int by Martin VV Uke,, the loader, weal In th* cemetery and dug up LkIiw of the LL t hun mn*, the opp* mg faction, who were buried under |x>fctoe protection Tuns lay Th* I'offln* were hrok ti op« and tbs bodies •lreggnd all over th, ground and thrown over the tenon. Two I**iie» were treated thus and they wt-ro hot ribly lacerated pi,'saxes used in breaking oj»*n the cofHna Have other coffin* wert- taken out of th* craves but tLt* (todies w>jn* not disturbed. lien arm«d Lithumaue arrived im the seen* the Pole* fled Th WW la talk of lynch law. Thousands of people were L th* »v m*-tery. Th* Litbunians gathered up the nu tilated bodies and reinterred them. Rig Hies* at Host«*a. Bon"», Jai*. 24 Fire -tarted at odd-night WedncHlay night in the brick block running en Bristol and Thayers streets from Altiany street alone* to Oarrieon avatwe known ae Ta id's udUa” Th* Look m or upKsi by many firm*, mostly In wood work lug or ami Oar lines of trad*. Tbs ire got under contr,4 at 2.9 ’cks-k. Although th* I gilding Is not wholly dsntroywd the total Joe* will probably amouat to about im.ono.the l»u!k of which fails mi J Paul St Co., hmitor dealers and owner* of the building. The second and third floor* were rented by the Guild Piano Manufacturing company and the fourth fl*«w by Cole & W oclLtrry, church organ manu fai t urwrs, and MT. H. Boardman, stair builder. The Miners si Ca ta rn bus. COLT ag vs, Ohio, Jan 24-The first important Step looking to the amalgamation of tbs two great miner* organisations has been taken. Both the Miners’s lTugr<*ssiv* union aud national diatrict assembly 125, K. of L st their convention* Wednesday deciare.! rn favor of our organixatioa. Not oniv this, lait tbs gtaMi a1 porn of aaialgaiuatioo pf posed some tune ago was approvtd The principal ohjootiou urged ta that one of two organi**turns will be swallowed up by the other when tile muon ie farmed The ____ tiai features of th • two orgamxatenis ar* sd widely different that it is not at all probable the member* of either woald become proselytes on bo short a iiotio* Nstlle ltljr's Narrow t wapa. GaUXP, N ML, Jan. 24 —Melhe ftiy paawsl here Wednesday night on a spertel train running at the rate of over fifty mite* an hour. Th rec miles east of this place th. track rvualrers wore replacing Ila, stfingwni un a bridge over a deep canyon. Tbs were mils in plane, bat only held up by >», k acre wa TL Workmen beard the »|x**ial coming en*! tried to flag it. but they were too late. Die engine awl car went thunder log over the ravine and passed over safely The -scape is a miraculous mn*, and section men who witnessed the train lfrsh |sut on its straw like struct un, regard the .wrap** ai one of the most tparvcikitia In railway bls tory.    _ Fseallar Charge .isslnst a Judge ( HANDON, WL, Jan iR J .bn Maslauni, county Jn igeof Forest county, was atrestod here Wcdnesduy, It is ut, Isrstood for wdbt*g liq urn* without a Hoe ase    Deputy Uftited Bteha Max -ha! floury Marshall came hare and took Judge Mast* ii iii uit>> custody. Un til the Iwgmniug of the present year, when ha was installed as Judge, Matbaui* kept a store at North Crandon. A Whack st Com merci*! Agenrtes. BUMAkfli, a. D., Jan. U The house VV sd needs y took a whrnk at >uo»-uercial • bt* nod credit c«*iiipaaks>, passJHg a , quiruig any such company to deposit $160,ODO with the state treasurer before transacting boatiiaa* in this state. This hi a blow at ft. G. Dun St (‘a and iksikmnk, there was a I. rely dis ens* ion over its paanga 1-hMI Ms Is Mors Fatly Informed as ta th* Details of the Case Mr. Gladstaa* Will Not Criticise the Coarse I'or-nod by the Marquis af HalDbury-The Humored th tth et the Fops Deale,! at Haase— Foreign Moira Lo ax* HK, Jan. 24 — Mr. Gladstone, speak b». at CbtsUv, declined to eritk4a* th* cour»a of thj Marquis of Ha‘lsi*tiry bi the ii,put,- « ith PurWigal until he was more fully iiift.iYiie,! as to the details of the cnee. He considered it rn duty to avoid caviling at Hie lor, ign policy of the government. Tut* key app.-ar,J agate as inviting England to interv -ne to protect the suffering population of Cr te m d Armenia But be warned the sultan t u»t Lug land's reply would Involve a rofrrvDo,* to bat mockery of justice, th* trial of Mouses Hey, sud that the reply w< uld la* to the affect that he would not ob-tale British ay aip*,thv In Ulna at trial and dtmcnit/ urn, ss lr and juxUie. Hr terr ore |u lh* I al ted Ntete*. Referring to the United Butts and the plans for an enlarged navy, he said the country is still enjoying the blawing* and comfort* of a restricted trade sad therefore would pay 4b to IU per cent. more to htiild a ua*j Yeti It would if contented to cum pet,' no equal terms wftft other nation* Hut its mantras* are sn great that it raa afford to pay for th* luxury of protection. Th* worst wa* that while America would cite Bnf land's example for enlarging her navy £ug land will give a similar ex, urn for further navgj increase. It ie a matter ut low to reflect that the ostentatious 'ten to Die de f im sc ut a country dor a real or preteuded necessity is made an •pokqpr tor an increase ut the burdens of every other country, lader profemiau af an additional security tho policy of govern me nu thus leaded more and more to Jeopardise lh* po**)* ut the world. Th* Famoil tammlmlaa. Th* chib try would be likely soon to hear mu,A stout tbs Tai hell (XMDiuisteua. With out SHU, ipaUug the Judgment ae br-uthteg a word of sa-pi,-am of the Judges, he would my tbs subject must be probed with the deepeet attenUuo of th* country and at par I lament Hie opinion was that the cumbrous I Tx -codings C astituted a caw- of opprmsiou prs,41<val ujksj an ladivkiual by a l.-aelative , bambsr aiel an ,<*•* ut ive gnvernmesit with • •ut a (wrsik I »i«>v the evil Nom* of the reign of t hai lee YI Re oomnwaded HmSiand's unvarying support of LlmrsJtsm If Hcot-land demanded home rote noilhtv Tortes nor di -ldmt Ijberala would blow the war tram pet-against It in the name either of the union or Integrity of th* empire. Neot land's t tai im tv Moms Kale. bootlan,I had a good claim to binna rule, loc aum thr Tory majority Haunted a handful ut ticotcb r i tem ber* ti) outvote the Bcutch majority Tie- conflict fur Lane ruin lea terr .Ac elruggk) of powerful influent ou aor *idr against -vaivictbai on the other side It te the principle ut LtLrahun to trust th, people, qua I Ute I by pru*, ii , ii is the prtu-ctpte of Toryism In distrust the |m>pi* quail fled by fear Be wa* r nil lent uf the ult! mate Jodgimvit of the (tai atry. If isaiy lo meet, I Kaw) hit ten, bul without impaltenrii for iv was because tie fait strongly tim justice of the Mac and knew it must triumph. Gallo way Agata la Trouble. Lain nos, Jan. 24—The Earl of Galloway, who was a.quit tad loot Uctohor of lh- charge of having ossoolteJ a little girl named Gib. am, was arrested la Glasgow Wednesday on the chs r go of acre ating and molesting a IS y4ar*oid girl named Margaret Brown. The •sri wa* admitted to bag. He was arraigned before a magistrate thursday, who die-mtaeM the cha rf* on the gtmiad that the alleged effsnos woe not proved. Aa A void se I at terne*,-is. Bavsacne. Jan 24 In the Drucuure mine at Arras, a failure to wark tho botete brake cunacd a retthdoa of Mw cage carey mg men ap aret dowm, with tt>« mariktnsSy Four pesnnv were killed aad twenty em •>««Iv taJured deatooe ( rtme la Yieneo. \ ISNS a, Jan. 24 —A well known jouraai-i*t at this city, namad I'h.'kositi, shot ami a, (cd Frau tem Htouretcbt-i, an sc rews, Wed-I sudsy, after which he ivmnuitted -utcide. J* ab u«y es, the nu*, of the trag«viy. De*tit Is Lay ai ta Faraalt. DVftUSI, Ass. Y4 —The Freeman * J, -urwai -ays that IliriwH Ikdtt, in his lecture at fork Tuesday rv. >ieciareJ bis uaahaawi conn *enc» in Famki and his -tea Ifs»t loyalty to him lleloat Gates la Lagland. LUDO*, Jan. 24-A'n l» ut gale*, a, uotnpa-niod with heavy nun-, ort reported throughout England    tit < at da-irtnUi, (rom floods I. also reported (r -ut many dloArtets Anti Ais ver) Gtsfcrvs**, Bat MIU J an Al- The antesiovwy run-ference is a^ain ia.»*tpound. Tit* Long, •table do,* no, isk frmi th* pow,ire a sub May to inabie it to nipprew slavery Aa t a founded K* ntur. it -ut Jan 21 The rumor of th** pope s death is uu!*<ui d-l. >«    im th* leu ria. Distort, toe a. Jan vt Judge Ney renter*,! a «> (sea* VV tslnaeday la the fantom, if lather J aru, the ttepo-ad 1 'tfho Hr pct, st, vrreus Hi R**v Fidiop Hen im* my, of th*.-1*1*a bore* Father'Jam W«| ite| rived of his eecVfoteNti ai rtghlv several years ago by the bishop fur d adwdk-nre, sad bs-ever drew been seeking to get * bearing in the cHirts Judgv Ney decides that Bishop IlMiuaerj acted within his eccteeioatlnaj Jurisli<'tkxi in silencing the prtest, and that the act ton Is un* o civil court nan not review, brl* nj ring solely lo —-Infest aa-thorny. The plaintiff is dteaatteflUl and will carry the matter to a higher court La Grippe Threatens a Goal Famine. . Font Douoc, Iowa, Jan. 24 — Northern I* wa is thruatehed a Rh aa Immediate famine, and ff the preswut cold wsather aaa Mi mm great suffering L sure to result Th* Fort Dodfp* and Lehigh mal flalds are th* principal Source of fuel supply for tfcfr region. At present more than half the min*-’ are laid up with la grippe Th* othsrs are working night and .ley, but aaanot supply Mpe«-tal trains are run fruit to mort urgent demands, but dotter* announce that half Ute orders cannot be tiled J. A. Bt cl nm-tx, wails t tailing near Down-lngtc), Pa., went gunruuj and shot th* four legs off a rebut Building Lots for Sale. Comer Main and Dry, 150x120, for $500. Eighth and Market, 60x120,---  $450. Ninth and Market, 50x100,.....$350. Bluff Street, two lots, each for $150. Alton st-, bet. Fifth & Sixth, 60x120, $500. Highland Paris.. One Hundred Lets ranging in size frem fifty feet front to one hundred feet and thirtylfront, all yery deep. Prices from $50 to$500, on terms to suit purchasers. One of the nicest residence plats in Alton. Over IOO Hoiiscn mid Lots in different paris of the city. Cull and sco list. a Belle street EVERYTHING NEW. OUR STOCK OF- Oarpats, Oilcloths, Linoleums, Ru^s, CURTAINS and CURT VIN FIXTURES, •n‘, on ^binmen in war salesrooms THE LARGENT, HANDSOMEST ANI?MOOT ATTFJLOnVM AMOV OK GOODS IN THIS LINE EVER BROUGHT To AI Tov ** "JR    F'M,d    bi t,»»»k It over wte-thur iou buy or not  ----- great and til,* prices so r,M«onahletli .«t * ,*d<i a i * *" “ BRUSSELS-- *'.wwm '! Ptvftjciilarly a.    —    ■—    tilt!    HttmCtJffBfl    sa    mm    ama oI b*-llcvc you can resist tlu-as. Th# es tes ire ffv    I    v ——inviting, Th^    in    Iiaib    ia.T    _ ART SQUARES GI. ( I ll-aiul 1.1 v I LM M - .'resit u •'->    <    I    uririiSIJ^a^ij, I* dcslgsK In (letI INGRAINS i*hi ton RUGS Aiaa an,i A. J". HOWELL; Meaat rt«w«o WB! roo KW04 AML BUU) Dtef19an ret TMS aoswuu aim tan rk<sr-eta* Hi.., / I «q, -M*. I II AVK NO.'IIKSITATION IN KKOOM MENDING liiirliinil Stoves mill Itaiiges THEIR HIGH RBPLTATION FOR DURABILITY, ECONOMY OF FUEL, CONVENIENCE, ARTISTIC FINISH 8TAMI‘H THEM AS THE in tile Best World, I’ is tbeconfetaot silo of (be rnaaufmcturcr *o make tlw Terr Best St#ve lb at oui) be produced, THEY AUK UNRIVALED. Said en ly by AL. FLOSS Tliird Street, opp. Belle. Telephone HU. Cold Weather Calls for Warmer Clothing. And so I would state to those in Need to Call and Examine my Stock of near. Is. Cloaks, And many other things which tend to make a person Comfortable in Cold Weather. At Prices to Suit Everybody. H. F. Lehne. 113 T urd st. ;