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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - January 3, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 a. J.  * \  I  ALTON DAI 1   OFI'*'*'  *LD BA’  ti  ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH.  HO  ER  OLUME 21).  ALTON, ILL., KHI DAY EVENING, JANUARY 3. 181)0.  NC  THEY HAD HD QUARREL  PANDEMONIUM LET LOOSE.  Mrs. Langtry and Gebhardt Are Still Friends.  MYSTERIOUS ACTIONS OF THE LILY.  These Who Know Claim Mir la Preparing to K«‘<. Iv.* F»-e«l»ly on F,n*ll«h toll—A Ut tic rib Told by tbr Olahrabd Meanly — Twrnly-M* ll»j» »nlTt»rat«*d During a fire In a Pauper*’ behowl— j Foreign Note# of Inter#*!.  Lorn*in, Jan. a—Mrs. Langtry created anno comment last Monday awk by leaving i th.’ HL J mat* theater a 1th Uhs ammu need Intention of starting tho nagt day tor Paris.  1  Since ti tat date the london papers hare liberally jHtragrnphed  HBPWWn me l’\-e "J. Jr. I^a H .W ♦...■tan    na^^^      w  Dr. J. W. Enos’ Sanitarium, (>  ALTON, IT aT a.  DE. ENOS Announce# that he has ewtabliahed in a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the  tho lady and her movement* a1 tout the continent. It now transpires that ah* did not halve London, has not, in fact, daring ber reported absence left Parish 1 * hotel, a little place on George street. She buried herself in this obscura resort and ripLainx her mysterious action by laying MIM. lanotby, claim to weakness of lier hmm * drnvl of Influenza lf she van tun* I to Part*. Those who are ic a j“d-tiou to know any Mrs. ljingtrv has recently received numerous cables and letters from America, which, in connection with ' the vary evident preparnti<>ns she is making for aune event, suggeets the early arrival here of Freddy Gebhardt This is oonflrmad by his intimates, who deuy emphatically the rumor of a quarrel between the two.  Mea or al Hellene Attacked by About HOO Newsboys,  Pint*Beno, Pa., Jan. 3.-—There aaa a remarkable scene Wednesday afternoon on  Fifth avenue, the main thoroughfare of the city. The Leader had given a dinner to the 1,0(10 newsboys and bootblack* of Pittsburg, and the urchins were in a hilarious mood. About 8 o'clock some SO* - ' of them assembled near the court house and began liadgering an Italian fruit vender. Then they stole Ms hssket of fruit. Hi* Italian laborers haj# pened to pass at this moment, and somebody yelled Mown with the dago* * TM* wa* the j signal for a general onslaught, and the mob of boys chased the sons of Italy pell-mall down the street. Fruit, rakes and plea, brought from the New Ycar’s feast, were first hurled at the tto-iug ami. Th en mud and shines, and any mine! ira the lads got hold of were mast. Uua Italian bad hi* cheek laid open and another was cut across th* forehead A number of bystander* were kit aud several ladies had their dresses ruined by the Al th from the street* thrown by the boys  “arab” Grlpmen Attached.  The lade also turned their attention to the Fifth avenue cable line, the gripmeu of which are ou a strike. The company is employing non-union men now and i* under a boycott The youngsters followed th* cars one after another for square*, hooting all the while and hurling sticks, stones and fruit at the gripmen and conductor*. The latter caught several of the lads, but this only added to the trouble and a number of passenger* were hit, Fifth avenue wa* soon  yin  The Bloody Work of a Wiscon-sin Desperado.  HIS WAY OF SQUARING ACCOUNTS.  A RARE!  invbstmentt*.  od Dow opines tbr sod slowly t  BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL.  Banished to Siberia.  Lorix>u, Jan. A—A private dispatch from Moscow report* Bist a J arty of 20N political  Ilia axnorianee daring many years has convinced him that all diseases ; prtounars left there under a strong «acort ^ minuet! mon. MIHM <Ksfully in an institution of this kind, under the for HI I aria M rat of them were under sen-  >natant supervision of the physician, and with the aid of means not other • i, command, than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers  ' «f several hours or days.  i of the .SANITARIUM is high, and the surrounding are free ta influences. It Is readily reached by the Second Htreet horse  ar the Union Depot.    ,    ...    ._  n*r is large, and arrangements are as perfect a* is possible from  i'Ml -  to- Cf [assage, lunula .eats, In additur  a  njwn_     r   Mary science ami the requirements of such an institution, tlx forms; Oxygen and Its compounds; Baths, Douches, Nursing, etc , are provided as may be required by pa* \uh other treatment as may be deemed advisable.  or Sun Baths ami I £%ch patient , tall)personal atte*  LARGE SOLARIUM  cise in cold and Inclement weather, etc., is provided.  ^roughly examined by Dr. Enos, and receives his  si  ow ODen  tenet- for long period* of exile— some for lith They were In * mort wretched oondi-t.oo, hading been kept in local prison* awaiting tran*|»ort*tion. Thsir (Mkt* were in rag* tiieir I-"lie* emaciated, and their far,* haggard. They were i- rmi’ted to see their lainUie* and friend* befur* departing, and thare were many pitiful sroora a* the elvm. chib I ret i. ami relatives hung upon tho doomed men, airt they a* re with difficulty lorn away w' the time arrived forth# convict tram to art-  Jammed with spectators to wltnse* the un gtantly.  He Instantly Kills a Saloon Keeper. Fatally Wounds the Chief of rollce, and Shoots OST the F-ar of an DIBcei—The Desperado Finally Captured with the Ald of Winchester*—Talks of Lynching Indulged In.  M XRS I Ll., Win, Jan. 8.—George Handler, a local (W|M-rado, terrorised this town at an early hour Wednesday morning and before he was captured by the cltiaeus 4ml landed in Jail sue*wetted in killing one man, fatally wounding another and seriously hurting a third Dave Harris, the proprietor of a saloon, wa* the man killed, Chirt of Polk* Truss Is dying with a bullet in his lung, while Policeman Holts is minus a part of an ear ami will be kept in lied for many days to eon# with a bullet In his shoulder. A orowd of men were in Harris' saloon industriously filling up with holiday cheer preparatory to welcoming tho glad New Year in proper stylo when Handler dropped in. He had been drinking and was In an ugly mood. There was a flash, and a bang, and a stampede, and th* proprietor fell to the fluor with a bole In hit breast. He died aln-st la-  One Hundred Acres Of Land,  Adjoining Upper Alton, with House  containing IO rooms,  Is his oak*  our  g  *  it  Barn, and  DUt.  other outhouses. Will be sold for little  more Ilian mortgage now upon the place*  trr  Sale Must be all Cash.  usual sight, and it took a squad of police half an hour to clear away the crowd* and rtnp the riotous proceedings TNe boy* bnd become so wild in their dam- ’nitration* that it wa* with the utmost difficulty a serious riot wa* averted  EGYPT IN DISTRESS.  A Revere Stun  POR THE RECEPTION OF PATI ENTR.  **of further information address Dr. ENOS at the SANITARIUM, George and Third its., Alton, III.  A Kin al Kalaoa Iftestroyed.  Put aes I it, Jan. 8.—The royal {taker at Larken wax totally destroy od by fire in the evening, nothing but the I sire walla remain lug. Priumtx < 'lementine, the ’laughtor of th*- king, had a narrow escape from living burned Ut death. Draucourt, My governess, who returned to the n{>artmanta of th- pria-oeas to (•'Cure some valuahl a, wa* suffocated I It Is alto re{•'Tied toot two firemen were injured and another killed. Much plate wa* saw.!, but aU the art troanurra, fhe valuable , picture*, goliefln tapestry-*, and the great library were consumed. All the private {*»-cornor of p#r* of the king and of Leopold I. and tho queen 1 * Jewels were destroyed  k Visits th* Soot be rn Part of Illinois.  Dt’QCOlW, IIL, Jan. S. —Never before in the history of aouthem Illinois In general and Du quoin in particular has an old year been rushed out and a new year ushered In with such a storm as prevailed here Tuesday night Just aa the flirt bell announced a happy new year an ekctrtc wind and rain storm, hardly ever brtore equaled for severity la this section, broke loose, and, with tile twenty-Ave or fifty belk, the steam whistle*, and the cantion tiring, pandemonium ruled ruj.rem-. Many people, forp>tful of th* new year, thought th* nulknflium bad ar rive I, and fall on their faces with prayers and supplications tor mercy.  NI*#, Impossible.  During the hight of the terrible don# aune miscreant turned in a general Crc alarm, which made matters, lf poauhle, still worst,. For two solid baun it is sef*’ to say that not a a>ul within five miles of Duquotn wa* asleep. Gates, picket trace*, signs, and other prupertim were destroyed dui mg th* tempest. The immense quantity of water that have Calion have delayed all trains, and may yet Drove th. eau*- of sum# expensive wrecks anti loss of life Egypt ta in More distress, and never will th# Ut day of January. A. D. IHPO, be forgotten by any one now in Duquotn.  ring I-rod.  \  J  JULIUS H. RAIBLE.  JFEeotifler, Importer  AM) WHOLESALE DEALER IN  WINES8 and LIQUORS  The moat C.lebr.tcl Brand, of KENTUCKY WHISKIES Jim and In bond.  A SPECIALTY:    IMPORTED  Cognac Brandi**, Holland Gin, In»b and Scotch Whiskies. Cherry and B’ack berry Juice, Port, Sherry, Bordeaux and Rhine Wine#.  HEADQUARTERS  For all kinds of Select California Wine* and Brandle* in Caaka, and I Bottles. Come and examine the I.argeat Stock of Fine Id and liquors ever offered in tbia city, and at  Surprisingly Low and Cheap Prices  All Good* delivered free of charge. Order* by wad mil prompt attention. Store And Office cor. Fourth md Bel et*., house on Fourth et., between Belle end Piasa.  Twenty-SI* Boy* *u BUC* »«Hi.  Lo*!k»k, Jan. 3 —Further particulars of the fire in the boy* 1  section of the pauper* 1  Mihtxd In th- dl-strict of Fuiratgate show that the intuito* were aslo p at the tilt'.". Twenty-si x of th* boys in the upper st. Hies were niff.-cat*I lirtore they could Iv- rescued. Forty-eight other boys were wifely taken from the burning building amid terrible excite Dent. Two of the matron* of the institution scaped in safety by sliding down th# water-pl|x * H»*veral of the boy* SMBpad in the whim way. The *u|i#hnterid<«nt of the school ref* at.-dly rushed through the flames aud brought out a number <*f unuat-e There were AUD peris ms in the institution.  receire  Ware-  I HUO.  HARPER’S WEEKLY.  ILLUSTRATED.  J. SUTTER A SON,  HiiriH - wxaai t bas a well established ;>iiueas Hie leading Ulastrotod newspapw in america rh' fairness of it# editor!ai •onmients on current (xHitto* ha*  ■ it the respect ami confidence of all In-„rtlal r#a<l#r« and th# variety and excel anc# of IU literary contenu, which include srtal and short stories h\ the best and most  DEALERS IN  The Smlth-Slavla Fight. lam doh, Jan. 8. The Hmith-Mlavtn fight ba* again rome to th* attention of the pub* lie. It is now the aa use of a law mil The fight took place on the lawn of the resilience of Atkinson Gnmshaw, a rota re. I English officer living le ar Brog a Grlmsbaw ha* l»e#« socially ostracised a. Brug«w ever sinew the fight. The rough# destroy*! his |*ro{# arty, ami hi* character ha* lawn awaited in London For all thi* he la preparing suit against Boxing Maxtor Hpearar, of the I'eli-ran Club, for slander and damage to hts garden, declaring Hpractf bir>*d the j>retiii«*» on behalf cftf ami as agent of th# Pelican Club.  Mary Ander****’# Devotion.  New York, Jan. A—The report cabled from Nice that Mary Anderson wa* engaged to Antonio Navarro, of this city, wa* denied Wednesday by the latter** father. Mr. Jose F Navarro “Mias Anderson ami my am are old friend*, but nothing more. 1 ' Mr. Mar varro say* “I think Miss Anderson k mars likely to enter a convent than to get married Hhe is very devout, aud alnvwt a* much attached to the church as to th* stage. Recently in Loudon abe scrubbed the fi.».r In one of the hospital* as an art of humility Hhe I* a very noble, beautiful woman, a* modest aa she Is unpretending, and as pure a* she s good He would he a lucky man who could get her for a wife; but I think her inclination* ar* the other way.*  Happy New Year, Dave," remarked Handler “That squares us on that little game of seveaHtp, I guess "  Took Possession af Another Flaws.  After shooting Harris. Handler, with his revolvtr In his hand, walked across the street to Hyman Bro*. 1  saloon, which was ako filled with merrymaker*. No on* dared molest klm, for It wa* known that he wa* a dang*-roue man when aroused. He fired two or three shote right and left. He didn’t hit anybody, but hr interfered sadly aith the festfvttk* As th# crowd went out he swore solemnly that he’d kill the flirt man who came back The result was that the akMB wax entirely deserted until after the desperado was captured Policeman Bolti, who ha* the reputation of lelng one of the I-revert mea la tis* county started after Handler when notified of what had happened and meeting him near Hymans’ ordered him lo throw up his hand* Han Her** reply aas a bullet, which took away a part of the officer's left ear. Before Holt* could draw his revolver Randier fired again, th* bullet lodging In Holt*** laft ■boulder, bringing him to the ground Handler at Bay.  Handler then took ref ay# In Hyman's saloon and dared any on# to arnut him Chirt Truax undertook the task, and, fore the front <lo»>r of the sal. - rn. boldly gila Handler wa* standing at th* end of th* counter or bar, and ms soon as be got a fair dghtat Truax fired point blank at Ida. Truax fell heavily to the floor with a ball In hts right lung. airt at a late hour Wednew day night the report of the physicians wa* to toe effro-t that be could not recover.  By this time half a hundred cituen* had armed themselves with Winchester rifles ami other weapon*, and bearing down u;-on the saloon where the bloody-handed ruffian wa* intrenched ordered him to *ui render, tor.*toning to burn bim out lf be rwkted. This brought Handler to term#, and he sur-rsndsrwi  Aa I a to Hafted Crowd.  Talks of lynching were all that - ai-J Le heard for aotn* minuses, ***1 me Usee were \ even taken from th* ham*** of a cab driver • Y horse which wa* tied near, but a* yet Ch*  • crowd had un positive aasumno* that any of Handler’s victims were fatally wounded.  » Mayor Thee I man. after a short speech tai fa ! vor cf taw and order, persuaded them to let i the officer* have charge of the man, and he i was quickly secured behind the bar* in lh# county Jail Hean-h was the* com men eel for 8 or vie of whose shooting the crowd lied ( no positive knowledge The search won resulted lr Hie dlarovery af hi* dead bouy ta* an alley in the rear of hi* saloon. The rage of th* Crowd  1  eras then l-oondle**, and if the murderer had I not bern spfrftod away he would soon haws I adnexed the nearest telephone pol* Officer  Pa rile * ilenring to invtst in Jarm kind* cannot do better than ineesH' gate Ihit property, ow of the theap-. $t ever offered arcettol Alton.  Perfect Title.  Property will and mast be told.  DORSEY & HANN  310 BELLE STREET.  EVERYTHING NEW  —— V, TUES, FINE MDS.  orbc  CIO  •ORE.   OUR STOCK OF-  Carpets, Oilcloths, Linoleums, I  CURTAINS and CURTAIN FIXTURL^  la now complete and on exhibition in ear salesrooms. It la THE LARGEST, HANDSOMEST AND MOST ATT RA CVI VE A KHOR OF (JOODH IN TWH LINK EVER BROUGHT TO ALTON. It will do \nu to - <1 t«> l-’ft it *'V "i wiu-Uior von iiuy or u>t Hut th* attn*’ < it price* *<» rcaronabiettmt weiiuaot ln-nevefou canirertaftlhea  r" _    _    _____•... .iii «t u invltinar I fiaa rf  hit.)  ‘wmp) Mesa I  ti ii (narc ■  BRUISE!*^  •tx. iKiiv ut tiictlve. and the ranee for selection so Wide lo il’l U ll Alit O  Th  “Yr « ;*/ART SOU ARES    --““'rtjGS “ '"“ u   f  -Is  A. J. HOWELL:  urn  Death of Horatio Allen.  KBW Yobs, Jan. 8-Horatio Albas, who took a mort prominent part In the development of steam a* a motive power In the early part of tai* century, who in rented the Allen  paper w* a: and xii., mn    ^    Tniax ls in a critical cotton, And should  be die there is not enough fore* In  ll  KINK AND COMMON  Is (he ( tar Dying t  HT. Fbtbbkbi ho, Jan. 8. — There wa* grrat alarm Wwlwdfty night caused by a report of th* Clar • death TI.enc wer« indl-  catton* that hi* majesty's o>xidHum I* more serious than k publicly given out. Th# 1m-l«rial guard is on constant duty, am! all public lunethmnris* seem t*» Iv l*l«»rtng un-,i«r some unusual strain. It k Impossibk to learn whether tit# Caar's I Un*-ss ie from th# influenca or whether he baa beet! poiaonad  •pular writers, fit it for th* i-erusal of pso eof *>» bleat range of taM*-* and our ♦file Vt RKK1.Y nurpleinentt are of  "e varlet), int* ie*t, and value Mi its tparod to bring th# highest of* ,rti*ti<- ability to twiai upon the muser th# changeful phase* of homeand history. A Mexican ronmmv, from of Thomas A. Janvier, will appear v I*.ult in lido.  FURNITURE.  A Full and Complete Stock Alway! on Hand.  t  h  ARPERO PERIODICALS. PFS YEAR.  LR N WERkl.l ..............  KR'* M AU A/INK -     *......  .EKH RAZAK . .    .............  -*ER’fi    ITC'• 'l.k  94 to  I >»)  I GU I tm  tag# free to all sube«*rlt>er«» In the I'm  ‘ * volumes of the Wr.ft.aLf begin with  1       of    rach    year.  rstNuinberfor January of ««cn year. j no urn* la mentioned, subsci IJ >  •gin with the Number current at tune  m^ VoiuujeTof BABrxa • Wiiitt b»r  Mpa  V«Tpt Of order  Bd Volume# <>.  ---  -  ■HH back, in neat cioth btiullng, -it t>> mall. iMistagi paid. or t»  WSmSBB (provhied the freight <h>*»  will  Do not Fhil to Give c».a Call Bo-fore Purchasing.  OUR ri'RNlTl’R* ROOMS ARB OR  State Strt. oeoosite Third.  Huadre«ls May Be L>«t.  London, Jan. A—The steamship Persia, of the Italian line, with 1W passenger* oh keird, went ashore Wwlneaday mght on the coast of Uorkca. Ihx of th* passenger* are known to have been saved, but th# fate of lh* others is uncertain. Boat* from hh**r» are in the effort* at reeoue Th# fbr-bel .ugs to the Italian line, and wa# on Ims> way bom Leghorn to Mat laten*. 8 he is ashore near the village of Alarm.  moHve ever propelled over a track country, died Wednesday morning at his re-idrac- near South Orange, 9. J. He wk* 88 jmr* old He wa* born in Schenectady. Mr Aliso graduated from Columbia collage about i fc 2f) A few years later b# enteiwd the service of the Delaware and Hudson Canal company, the great engineering enter pruw of tl»« time lh January, I*?*, he went to England and purchased three locomotives for that corporation  Linoots  county to save Handler's neck. As ft is, large aumher of BarviX Wsusau and Tomahawk friends have arrive! in Merrill and aa attempt will to all probability he made na the Jail before long All of th# parties shot lav# f arni lie# residing in thle Aff.  ALTON. ILL.  »fcXt unedoliar p< > v. anne f  C™» -* tor each volume, suite id* for lung will be PMI bf mall, post paid, WI J  WM. L. KLUNK  \  .g  Ingof ELP amen.    ^    ,  mtttancos should to' mad# by J    j  #y order or Draft, to avoid chance or  _ippain ii are not to copy this ad vp r fun nt without th# express older of )!*«  A ilaoTHBas At'di ll ARI KR a mi KRC. New York..   ___•  UNDERTAKER,  Colliers’ Ntrlkr la B#lglun» and (tertnanj.  BacaaBL*. Jan. R—The strike among colliers ta spreading. Twelve hundred miners at Liege have gou* out  BBM in, Jan. 8. —The miners at Br*wlau baw stru< It for eight hours a# a day’s work, sn unlimited output and higher wagtw The masters aiel the mea are negotiating for a sett ten it ut of the trouble  Krakemen oa a Nlrlke.  Ch A HOWTON, IIL, Jan. S.—Th# New Yw was ushered in at < Jharteston with a strike on the part of the brakemen on the Toledo, Bt. Louis and Kansas OMy railroad. This has thrown about *#ve*»ty-flv# men out of employment at this point, a* there to not a freight train moving«*n th* * #*torn division (rout Frankfort to Bart BL Louis. The htrikers demand W abash wages, lait th* officials ac far have not da hied to wow to their term*. There ha* been no disturbance a* yet  An Arkansas Negro Lyn#h*d.  Helena, Ark., Jan. I,—Wednesday night a negro rhargvd with complicity in the ax sawunaticn of John W, Tate wm captured dad taken to a tree and hanged to a party of unknown ux-n near Turner ropaBea. Thin make* the sta-’Hid negro who has been killed on account of supposed connection with the murder of Tate A third party, who received the largest part of the money stolen from Tau#, ta now In Jail at Clarendon, Monroe county._  Fatal Moiler Biplosion  Ald tor Nattering People.  Wichita, IC an., Jan. 8—A train cf eighteen can left ber* Tuesday night for th* suffering district# in Btrrana, Morton and Hodgeman counties. Th# «nn. are loaded with clothing airt food, consisting of flour. meal, maut and gnrvrtaa, wbrtfa haw# las* collected from this and sprout' ling onus Use Th* rot»>rte Tueafiay were to th# effect that several hundred perrons were suffering at present People at th* end cf t h* railroad at liberal and vicinity are ready with wagons to make an attempt to tr*n*i>ort th* relief from forty to seventy miles to whet* It ta nestled. It tegan to snow arain Tuesday and it ta believed that th# w#a»her may get extremely cold and thus tncreaae the suffering.  An A mer I ran Frofiesser In Lush.  Baltimobs, Jan A—News baa heen ra-crtved at the Johns Hopkbwi university from Prof raw >r C. M«rtwethw, who recently ac^ cepted the posit ion cf professor of English and htebiry in Toklouniversity, Ja»*an Upon arriving in J*|>an bs wa*r*CM|v«J with groat oMrwniony and every mark of honor A sjw-cuftl palace was given him a* his retidenrs, wifb more than fifty servant* A stable contain lug some of the fln<-st hors.# Hi the kingdom was placed at bb disposal, ani in every  I HAVE NO HESITATION IN RECOMMENDING  Marland Slum and Ran^«  THEIR HIGH REPUTATION FOR    t*Xcl  DURABILITY, ECONOMY OF Et,. ,. ry  *„«« CONVENIENCE, ARTISTIC FIn^ alr,,y   HTAMI*8 THEM AS THE    Ti  Best in tile World.  ll it the constant him of tbr manufacturer to uialie th* rtry B«*t Sure that eau bo produced. THET ARE UNRIVALED. Sold agly by  A. Ll. FLOSS  Thin! Street, opp. Belle. Telephone 22  Cold Weather  Calls for Warmer Clothing. And so I w state to those in Need lo Ca!! and Examine my Stock of  Evansville, ted.. Jaa S.-At Kl rn, IU.,' way be was treats.! with royal splendor  miles wert of  Threaten to strike.  I# im don, Jaa A —Th# Loudon omnibus aud tramway employe* threaten to -trike on account of alleged violation of agrement on the part of the employer*. A    meet  ing ai th# unions bas N-n cnlted, at whk-h final decision will be rrarbed.  IM  atteal Hair Dresser.  YMI) ('KAUER  Ready-Made Coffins,  Metalic Caee, Caskets  -And Burial Robes,  vs  AM D. M. WILLIAMS.  in Balr Goods, nam f I gucftpn'-# t»> t ur# ail Oil r ; rn. , iru w<m rn cd  Gutlemen and Children.  They Forfeited Ut (Hi, OO*.  Ran FraBCIMXi, Cal, Jan. A- The Eitgltah lyndx at# that negotiated for the pore has# «>/ twelve tarwwertes in this vicinity and paid HOO OOO on deposit failed to pay the lo lam-#, aine an ting to |3,:W)Jk)0, which fell due the last day of December, and the deposit wa* forfaited    _  ,carnel seasos A  'Haiti BUMM La ^ # .toro  •a t‘fS#)  Drat Ii of a Kauuft* Floarer.  IRAVXNWOBTU, Ka*, Jan. A—Th# Hon.  bUigg, on* of the pfcjgtuierf cf th#  \ hts r****rt..... V  a small luiutrar viilag# ten Mount Vernon, Intl., th# boller la th* as-min of Williams A Ward exploded inst anti y killing th# eogineer, fireman, aud mwjmr, whose names could not be ksarned, and making almost a rotnpleto wreck of th# building. Tin- low* on the miD ta estimated at SAWH. TV caiMe of the disaster ta unknown.  Vetoed th* Ga* HUL  Bt. I/iria, Jan. A—Just before th# daily {Apers wenttoprra* Wednesday morning Mayor Noonan mad a not* to them saying he had vetoed th# ga* btl! recently passed by tv muniei|*l *-a#mbly, popularly known . »* th. robber aa* Mil. It ta a N«*w Year’#  Celebrated Ber tooth Birthday.  Boston, Jaa A—Catherine Clean, rwdd-lug on East Thirl street, Aon th Boston, celebrated the lOUth anniversary of lier birth Wain rad*; Bb* was born In Gaittty Clare, Ireland, in I TWO. Hhe ta in j>erf«rt health, and enjoys life as much aa on* »w*uty y#*r* younger Sh* knit* and an, and her eyesight ta unimpaired. 8h# bas had six ehU-dron ami now live* with her eldest daughter, who ta sixty five years of age. Hhe ha* a grandchild forty throe years old. and agreat granddaughter seventeen years old.  Undervear.' BWS. Comforts. Shaws, Flaiel Skirts,  a  And many other things which tend to make  gift for which tv rttiiens generally will be  very grateful.  Aa Old-Time Telegrapher Dead. Parkbbsbvan, W. Va., Jan. A* Thoma*  Egan, a telegraph operator, formerly jv* pl„v#.) b- *     V *  rrtl from a Trala and Wa* Killed.  Lolita vt lls, Ky., Jan.    A—Daniel  Iv iwmar, formerly proprietor of The Wood ford, Ky., Hun aud later a taluses man of  „■ ..... mg! person Comfortable in Cold Weather. Prices to Suit Everybody.  Cbteago. was  ten. Oui- - .  (ftp** 1  *  Y  .tiro- Mnnon this city, ,  rt* cit.   

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$9.95

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Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 10 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 155+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 155+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 155+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

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