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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - January 7, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH.  VOLUME 29.  ALTON, ILL., TUESDAY EVENING, .JANUARY 7. 1890.  NO. 176  Dr. J. W. Enos’ Sanitarium,  ALTOIST, ILL.  DR. ENGH Announces that he has established in a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the  TREATMENT jlF ALL CUBABLE DISEASES,  BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL.  Ills experience during many years has convinced him that all diseases OMI be managed more successfully in an Institution of this kind, under the constant supervision of the physician, and with the aid of means not otherwise at oomraand, 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 oars, and is near the Union Depot.  The building is large, and arrangements are as perfect as Is possible from a knowledge of sanitary science and the requirements of such an institution.  Electricity in all lls forms; Oxygen and its compounds; Baths, Douches, Massage, Inhalation, Nursing, eto., are provided as may be required by patients, in addition to such other treatment as may be deemed advisable.  A LARGE SOLARIUM  For Run Baths and exercise in cold and inclement weatner, etc., is provided.  Each patient Is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and receives his daily personal attention.  Now ODen  FOR TUE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS.  For further information addrest Dr. ENOS at the SANITARIUM, corner of George and Third its., Alton, III.  JULIUS H. RAIBLE.  Rectifier, Importer  ANI) WHOLESALE BEALES IN  WINES and LIQUORS  The most Celebrated Brands of KENTUCKY WHISKIES free and in bond.  A SPECIALTY:    IMPORTED  Cognac Brandies, Holland Gin, Irish and Scotch Whiskies, Cherry and Blackberry Juice, Port, Sherry, Bordeaux and Rhine Wines.  HEADQUARTERS  For all kinds of Ktdect California Wines and Brandies in Casks, Kegs and Bottles. Come and examine the Largest, Stock of Fine Old Wines and Liquors ever offered in this city, and at  Surprisingly Low and Cheap Prices.  All Goods delivered 'free of charge. Orders by prompt attention. Store and Office cor. Fourth and house on Fourth at., between Belle end Piasa.  mail will receive Beliefs.. Ware-  I HOO.  HARPER’S WEEKLY.  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Caskets  And Burial Robes,  for I sones, Gnt lumen and Children.  Office and Shop on State street.  ITS  STOPPED FREE.  Insane Parsons Restored. br KLICKA GREAT  NEfiVe RESTORER ••a Bs* i ■ a Mss* ii*- »    .    •  tm ACW J***,  turf  Mf. I*M,    «.*  ■ muius upnw    ie    s    >m    */. ~ A    *  a 7 imi.# u>'1 #•    lf    .1    >»..    ie t'-wjmt    ii  ». ti *. p» .n* .it    *    ?,»■/•*><    «>*• i    ‘I  mal SMSC, r    *    ’    «*■    '  ISS iv. ELI VV. Mat    la,,,    .as.    b  WI* MUM or UUMO0 run J  Ort Hares Livery a table will attend to Job Work and Repairing Kurnltum.  J. SUTTER A SON,  DEA UC RB IN  FINE AND COMMON  FURNITURE.  A Full and Complete Stock Always on Hand.  Do net F*U to Give cs a Call before Purchasing.  OI H Vt’RN ITURM ROOMS AUE OM  I Statu Sirt. ooDosice Third.  ALTON. ILL.  I rvruA An nntn mnnm tt*n* v  M UUU IHE HSI  The Squadron of Evolution Had a Stormy Passage.  EXPERIENCES IN A FURIOUS GALE.  Til* lings Cruiser* Tossed by the Mountainous Hens Like the Tiniest of Playthings— The Yorktown, tieing the Lighter %'e««el,Compelled to Heave tie— A Iterord of Which the City of Chester Nay Well Peel Proud.  New York, Jan. 7. —The Associated Press correspondent on board the Atlanta, of the squadron of evolution, in a letter dated IJsboa, Dec. 81, dcecrll.se the experiences of the squadron in tbs trip across the Atlantic. He says: At 7 p. na. on the 18th, in the height of a furious southwesterly gal* and trem minus sea, the commander of the Yorktown made night signals to the flagship, requesting permission to “heave to," which was granted. Prom that time the Yorktown gradually dropped astern, and at 8 p. rn. nothing could he seen of her from the Atlanta’s deck. During the night and all the next day the sea ran “mountain high," but the Atlanta, in spite of her low far* and after parts, rode it like a duck, as did also her sister, the Boston, which beld rn position on the Chicago's starboard quarter. Nothing could more forcibly convey to th* mind the fury of the vast Atlantic than the sight of those huge cruisers tossed like the Uuiest of playthings by the mountainous sea.  Hussies of Unas Under Waler. Scudding under reefed fore and main topsails and for mail, and burying the muss lea of their guns under water at every roll, it •seined incredible that their canvas would stand or that they coaid long continue to run before such a sen. No thought of “lying to," however, suggested itself to the mind of Admiral Walter The Chicago rolled on and on and the two gallant brigs followed, even if they did occasionally hide their entire forward and after ends uwier green seas. Taking everything Into r onsideration the action of th* captain of the York toe ii in bringing the vessel to the wind and sea was no more than could have been experted. The Yorktown is a com;>Mrattvely light ship and car-riel* a very blasty battery. Thus it would liave I fern the height of folly to liar* kept a vessel of her peculiar design running before siK-h a lw*vy wa. Ha*I <>ne of the monstrous nun)** which from time to time roiled over the Atlanta's and Boston’s sterns ever piuni|ied ou iter main dock it would have gutted her fore and aft  Arrival in the Tagus.  The heavy and continued roiling on the Kith made tub.. * very disagreeable on board the Atlanta. On the morning of the 14th the wind lulled com fler ably, but I mf or* night had fallen it came to blow with renewed violence from the southwest. The night was particularly di«agre*ahle, as a thick fog set in and continued until early on the morning of the 15th. At 6 a. rn. (rf tile 15th the Boston made signals to the effect that her boilers resoled some slight re|*airs, and the <'Ulcago and Atlanta slowed down until the repairs were completed. Fog, heavy rain, and a nasty chop to the sea were the principal features of our second Ka bl nth on the deep. The three succeeding days were scarcely better. At 8 o’clock Hat unlay morning we sighted Cape Rom tight, and at IO o'clock we were in the Tagus At ll 0, when the squadron anchored, the I‘ort ugliest iron-clad Vases de Gems NsJutisi the flag of Admiral W'alksr with thirteen guns, which the Chicago instantly returned.  Tart* Ham Hay Feel Proud. Kveryliody on isard the Atlanta feels considerably elated at the magnificent record she has made. Steaming fur fourteen suet usa! ve day* with lait four Uh lent and keeping her presented position without the slight)sit biti it, and with sufficient steam bottled up to make an extra knot were she at liberty to do so, it really is not surprising that this alation should la so manifest. Th* city of C hester, where the entire squadron was built, may wall feel proud of her achievement* A ast of more seaworthy va***!* never put to Mea During the entire nm ac roes the Allanitic, and rn the face cf exceptionally bad weather, they maintained, al half power, an average spued of over nine knots per bour, a remarkable |mrformance, and, it is safe to nay, on* that has never been equaled !<y auy squadron. Th# government of the I lilted States may congratulate itself upon the fact ti tat it possesses at leas’ four modern wnrxhlja, which in design and seaworthiness are tile jx***r» of anything of their class afloat.  The Opera (Season at Uh ie age,  Chicaoo, Jan. 7.—The Italian opera season dosed with the preMsutation of “The Barter of He Ville” at this Auditorium Ha lur day afternoon and the largest audience yet gathered in that I mm en* hall lade 1‘attt good bye livery seat * as uc< upied and at least 1,5>persons stood through the entire perform*!ic* Tim tlriancial results of th* Chicago v'xsui are  1  shoved to be uneg-ampie< I in the history of grand o| era The total receipts for the four we-k* -tweoty-two per f ordnance*— were t£S8;UH The house Hat unlay afUmoon represented 114, 288 Manager Adams, of the Auditorium, baa arranged with Mamre Abbey and Grau fur another work of Italian opera beginning March Id  Nang on Ilia Death-lied.  Bouto*, Jan. 7 — A peculiarly paths**- incident mark.-! tho cawing of the life of Alonso K. Stoddard, the weil-kuown Bolton baritone, who recently tiled with tv pie *id fever. As be lay on bis cot in the hospital breathing hut last a sudden inspiration seem, st to revivify bim, ami, to the a>Haler of ail, he sat upright in bu couch ami began to sing in feds familiar rot Hist voice on* of his fa’ onto opera tic solo*. He never sang with mon- feeling or with m>*r<- t amity of tone The song was sung from beginning to cml, the last notes died away, and just as they ended tie) singer fell tack in his bed, dead. Heart failure bad sudikmly curried sway bis breath of life und sti> need bbl voice forever.  (famed with Viatica Metal,  Imihaxxix>1.1*. Jan. 7.-Tile valve lathe hagh eu).olao/ H "Uewinpton^ fotindry was pulled wide open Katur>l*y evening, and as a big casting wa* to Is) made considerable inter cat was manifseted By some accident tile river (if molten iron j* ural forth upou Ute floor The lake of Are caught several employes, who were tadly burned, Ba trick Bal lett so horribly that he will die.  F.ngluerr and Fireman Killed.  KUH, N. II., Jan. 7.— A k*’*l freight train of ton curs on the Mouth Cheshire railroad collided on th!- side of east Westmoreland Monday morning with a wild freight train of twenty enrs running north. Engineer H W, Mb)to and First, tan Gibson, ut Bellow* Falla, wer» killed ast the ii aul freight and otiuvs are rej»ort*o injured. Th# k*v>-ruottvm and a number of cars were wrecked.  WAKING T ROU DLS FOR THEMSELVES.  tow* Tackle Indians Who Are Likely Te lie (tot Down Upon.  ALBI QCERQtT*. N. M . Jan 7.—The Pueblo  Indians of Av# villages hi the northern part of Bernalillo oounty are up In arms and work on the big ditch constructing by th* Rio Grande Irrigation and (’clon I sa Loa company has linen suspended owning to their warlike demonstration*. Saturday sixty Indian* appeared at the camp with their war paint on. They were on horwlaek and rode four abreast, all heavily armed. The eoro-imoulin# warrior ordered Engineer Wiggle to leave with his outfit immix!lately  No White Stan’s ar he me for Them.  They said th* tcheases of the white mm were of no use to the Indian, and they wanted work stopped at once. The igtat r plea,led with them, but they were stubborn ao<1 turned a dear ear to all his en ires Urn. Boeing that It was ueelem to argue loafer, and fearing bloodshed the engineer suspended work. He ti ten came to the city and telegraphed the situation to Governor Price at Han ta Fe Besides th* warriors on horseback, th* hills were alive with Indiana on foot with their rifle# and ready for an emergency. The affair is seriously to be revetted. for the company has already expended a large amount of money.  Another Chapter Added to It by the Doctor.  HE TRIE3 TO TAKE HIS OWN LIFE.  RETURNED TO WORK.  itlr  The Ntrike on the Starkey System fartorlly Settled.  Eta ms Ville, Ind., Jan. 7.—A committee representing the strikers on the various lines (rf the Mackay system held a long conference with Mr. Mackay Munday night which j *° have begun at lh o'clock in th* morning, reunited in a settlement of all their diffier)I ““ 1  "**«**» hundred persons war* gathered  about the court house at that hour. The our-  After Taking a Large Doe* of Polson Ho Cwt* n Gosh In His Throat with a Pocket Mn lf*—Th* laqaeat aa Mrs. KnllTen Tamponed- A Huff's!* Society Worn** ■ ninon by Drink- Th* Frankln Tragedy—Otkcr Crime*.  Tux MTOX, N. J., Jan. 7.—Dr. Kniffen, whose wife wa* chloroformed the other night, made an unsuooceiful attempt upon his lif* surly Monday morning. With his pocket knife he made a gash three inches long in th* right side of his throat from which he bled profusely. Before cutting himself he took a large doe* of puieon, but he is still alive and it ie thought that be will recover.  Doctors Mhepherd aiel Cooper were sum rn(tinct, and had no trouble in staunching the floe (rf biod, si th* Jugular vein had not linen reached Tim cut la the throat was four inches long, but th* wrist wound was Immaterial Owing to the largen>s« (rf tbs does of aconite, it acted ss an emetic and wa* all thrown off  Th* Inquest Postponed.  The inquest in the Kniffen murder ease was  tie* The conference was concluded shortly after ll o’clock, when a sattxflaclory agreement was signed by both parties, aa l the men returned to work Monday morning Neither the railroad official* nor th* un ploy es will say cm what base the adjustment of the differences was settled.  Notified All Along th* Line.  Wha* a pi lean to be the in. at reliable report regarding the matter is that it was agned that Mr. Bur i would continue in th# office of master of transportation until a stated | sir kid, which would give him sufB-  oner. however, had derided to allow no one but witness bs ta bs present, and for a time it wa* proposed to exclude reporters. Two hours were spent by the Jury la discussing whether or not to do so, but the inquest was Anally adjourned until Wednesday without action. The crowd, not being admitted to the court house, moved on to the Kniffen residence and masend so thickly in front of the house that a squad of pollee was ordered to the scene.  Declares He Is Innocent.  Dr. Kniffen bn* Just submitted to an la-  A RAHE I3WE8TMESKTT.  On© Hundred Acres Of Land,  Adjoining Upper Alton, with House  containing IO rooms,  Barn, and other outhouses.  Will besold for little  more than mortgage now upon the place.  Sale Must be all Cash.  MMT /Vrftes lien ring to immst in /arm Icannot do better than in net ti-Margate this projmty, mm of theehenp-•f »t mier offend I ar awl Alton,  ‘I‘'rfret Tit Im.  ‘/Vifsrtjf will and in art ro/A.  310 BELLE STREET.  (stout time in which to straighten up th* bus- tar view, in which he anta that he attempted  in*** of the (rfHcu, when he would be succeeded by aum* one else, and until hts »uo-ceseor was appointed Mr. Mackay should have personal control of the men in regard to employing or discharging The strikers at ail points on the system were notified to return to work.  ffufflursted by Ow.  New Yoiuc, Jan. 7.—Lixxi* Cunningham, agad 80, of 8(16 Highth avenue, and Mary Fallon, agad IM, of 749 Sixth avenue, went to siixq> Saturday night in the bedroom of th* former and Monday morning Mary  to take his life bacauan of pubhr feeling and because of th* suspicion against him. Ile declares that he ie inaoeent of say knowledge of the crime.  Mr Barton, oouueei for Mil* Burwell, says that if th* Jury decodes to exclude reporters from the inquest he will tall them that Uke action is illegal  EVERYTHING NEW.   OUR STOCK OF-  Franklin tv as sn Anarch DL  NBW York, Jan. T.—Hven Iran kin, the anarchist, who after killing his sri/* and child in th* little house la th* rear of IAU was Manjsr street, Williamsburg, killed himself, found dead and Lube dying fr«»ai the offext* had I wen preparing for tbs tragedy fur a long of gas which in some manner lied basil left Mm* Ha had great hopes tor tbs .uncase of turned on but unlighted. I Jills was taken , nwrshrtiiis by anarchist* and when th* to the New York hvpltal.    |    Chicago anarchist* were hanged bs lust bop*  Boston, Jan. 6. —At th* lodging bourn- of ami said be oonsulored it a sacrifice of prmct-Mra. Baker in Roseland street, Munday . phi to Bv* lunger. During th* trial of the morning, an inmate, aged SO, who had called himself E, O. Campbell, of Montreal, was found dead In Led, having I wen suffocated  by (scaping gas, which had been left turned on. From papers found it is thought he was John H. Fuller, of cimier Brockton or Wareham. _ _  faker Ticket at Milwaukee,  Mtl.WAl’KU. WI*., Jan. 7.—-The committee of IOO, the county organisation of th* Union Labor party here, had a meeting Nun-  Chicago anarchists Fraakia went to Chicago. tis said he gave up every dollar he had toward their defense, and when they were hanged he saki bis boat friends lied been murdered, and from that moment he wanted to take hie own Ufa  Carpets, Oilcloths, Linoleums, Rugs,  CURTAINS and CURTAIN FIXTURES,   _I*    now    complete anil on exhibition In eur salesrooms His  THE LARGEST. HANDSOMEST AND MOST ATTRACTIVE A&SOM'MUMT OF GOODS IN THIS LINK EVER BROUGHT TO ALTON.  It    you    *>»•(!    -    a    • tfew sttrscNsusarui  grout ami the prices so reasonable that we do act believe you can rails* them Th* es ms ti  ftfcTTSJSFT SIS »■ SflWiHr inviting* tmjSS* HmhBRI  D LXU OO u LO I u; ■ Si • ll )• I.) , I rui aiel i • Ii. T Mn TY I TXT Cl - - -specially attractive, and th# mn#), for selection nu wide a* Ha VJK A I IN O  toto our Aprp QUITT A RPQ ust whatnru needSIfiffkearMM  A larger Alii OvJ U AJtlXiO st' "'k tn n ^ r T T) TTp O 1“ d’hlte Goat, sheep -kin ami' h .kI n.ar -sin    itUlTO.  OIL CLDTIieand Ll .Si ll .Kl MM In great varlet jr. cURTAIhS anil CU UT AIV  A. J. HOWELL!  A Victim of at rue# Uriah.  BOTTARO, N. Y., Jan 7,—Un* (rf the sad dost caam brought to th* attention of th* authorities Is that of tbs handsome daughter of a wvlMtnown family who has frwquaatiy  day afternoon and decided to put a ticket I Ism ar feted of late tor totmrtaatkm Her  tm NO HINN MO BIZES  MOM tl&MT*  in the Acid at the approaching city eleAino. An effort will be mads to secure the eo-ofcpr-stion of trades unionists and SocUkllsti. tbs United Labor party being composed largely of Knights of Labor. The committee also decided to make sn aggressive fight on the city light issue, maintaining that Milwaukee should own and control its own electric light plank ___  Hear (Cud CoIUMmi la Law*.  Urb Moines, Iowa, Jan. 7 —An occident  un the Rock Island mad Saturday nigh* im I suited in tbs Injury of several [Mr*xix and th* destruction of several oar*. Th* rso4-drat occurred between loaiooiin and Brook ijm, in Poweshiek county.  C« I Baioc hat ween two freight trains, tbs fog being rn dens* that th* engineer en Us* second tram could not disttagsileh th* rad bg bt on th* Aret section until too Into us prevent an accident. Th* injuries were not dangerous, though sums were pretty sever*.  parents noel;, mused her sr rep, and appreciating hor disgraceful paalMun, sh* vol un tartly slgasd th* pladga It we* but a tow hours, however, bef ow she wa* picked ap an ilia street* again helpless from drink. This tun* her rata live* demanded a mer* severs punishment and she, who was once th* pride of a happy hoot* and a much sought after beauty, is now the musts of the messy lulu fur females  Leach, id Rail  Altered the Contrast. vin, Oslo., Jan 7 —fftotai manager of th* River    Wedhrtc compaay, bae bean  won wm BTsos- J charm,ii by Hsiratary Rand, of th* oompsuiy,  It WU. a tell-)-od    to! th* spoprUtioo 3 11  ' orc of th* er>acera’s fund* to his own usa ^ The allegation is that Leach altared lh* contract between himself sued the cumpsuiy to J that h* was abl* to draw |A,Q0O but* tor his service* than had beau agreed upon.  Governor Hill Tares* Ballot Be tores.  Albany. N. Y„ Jan. 7.—Governor Hill finished hts annual tmeaag* to th* leg Disbar* Batunisy svvniiig. It contains only shoat ii,UDO words--alxjut one fl^th Rs six*. Much flpMt rn devoted to be Hot form and to wajipcwtiouaMmt of th* slectlou distr icD af the slat*. Regarding ballot reform, Governor Hill says that he has nsvcr been opposed to it. In fact, ha belier** iii H. He lakes the two bills known as the Liasoa bill and the Hex ton bill, and finds sums errors and many good points  Tailor* of  HrUMOJriKLD, Whitaker A On Whileiey reapt*  af a Reaper Col  , Ohio, JAI 7.-  Oompsuiy.  William N msmulacturars of th md who occupied th)  Mordered by Horse Thieves.  KoBT DAVI*, IVX., Jaa 7.—A band of Mexican born* thieve* ambushed a oamptag party oonsDting of thro* men, two wumea I , and four children in a canyon near Chihua-1 lot re-  ll,u *    ■* , °l **d killed two of the  men. Til* niurdewrs told the remainder of the party that they supposed them officers. A military guard was sent to arrest the Me* leans, awd if saplured toy will bs summarily (kelt with  Dont’t Vt*aet DeteeMves el Ii or u wet L  COLi'MBta, H C., Jan T.—Advices received from Barnwell any two northern de-tectivee arrived there last Thursday, looking after the govxrwoc's reward for th* ap-pruhmisiou of th* lynchers, but they .*-calved no satisfaction. Th* rttiaens resented  lorg.*t tHiildiag devotwi to the mam. fact ut*  iht>  i n tru»ia». and the detective* wsre s.1-of agricultural implements In the world, went into th* hands af a receiver (Saturday.  The petition was prayed for by twelve firma, representing an aggregate iudebtednms of |65,bi9. Gen. J. Warren Keller was appointed receiver and gar* bonds in th* sum uf IAU,OOO. _  VDtlms of Ut* Seww-Sllge.  Hi XRM a Cm, Cal., Jan. 7—Munday was a md one for Hierra City. Six of the seven unfortunates who were killed by the snowslide bun Friday were laid in their graves I her sway Ail danger from another slid*, for the present at toast, is over, aa th* loom mow is Cm* drying. _  vised to move un. They moved un aud arar* k*q>t moving, ___  That t’it fort a* at# Aile* Jackman.  Hr La Il ls, Jan. 7.—Alice Jackman, the heir*** who was aducted dx weeks ago, but  has lately tax i, living at the r«eldane* of ber guardlaj. x daughter, Mrs Kptnk, was abducted again Humbly night in almost prm rlaxly tbs miu* manner as hotor*, two man grabtnng her while eh* Mood In front of the bone*, hurrying her into a cab and driving  Negro** leaving South Carauna.  Ch asi-enton, R C., Jan. 7. Bupsrintend ant Royal], of th* Atlantic Coast lire, my* that during tie* last week bls road baa carried ort 4,000 nagrum to Florida. They an- almost ai) able-bodied workman, and many have their wive* and children with them. _  A IIDterteal DmmIm lineament.  Ma Pl son, Wla, Jan 7.—A copy of a ■faaicb made In th* Louisiana morn*ion c<xt-ventkxi by Jam** T. Talaferro oppoatng rn-extoll) has two ncrivwi here and framed and bung in the govarnor’k office bt*id* Luakkwi origin*] ordinance of es cam! im  Tree** ta Death In Mleklpne.  Maduon, WI*., Jaa 7.—Oscar Bch loti, of this city, was froaen to death Friday near Lake Gogebic, Mich., while walking from th* railway »tatl»n fl y * milos acrose th* country to the lake, where he hod Iwen connected * (th a botel for several months  Re* eft Hoard Hex the Grip.  Mu'* a. ake. Ria., Jan. A—A dupe tub from MadiJ-on, Win, mys that Gov. Hoard and h - entire iauuiy ars down with th* grip  Vt**M’t Equal Ie th* Jeh.  J KTF* toto* villi Ind., Jan, T.—At th* Bubs town of Ore#*e. amt this atty Hatur day, Wilbsun Minor uodvrt-*»k to kill bu family, but wo JMsrtet tty bk slepann, Mort Petit, who dafMoiwl th* mother and broke Minor • left arm and bu skull. Injuring bim fatally. _______  Var•'»D I* a Church.  DrwnaP, Oat. Jan. 7.—Thieve* bruke toto th* Rumen Catholic church Munday night end courted off toe stiver wed in th* sarv-iom, brok* ui> at of the altar ornament* a d other wise dowx. lated the saortsi edifice. There is no clew to the perp»trators of th* deed  Clernly Fell*wed Her Hmtend.  Cirtmua, Ilia, Jan 7.— Mrs. Christina Knndall, aged 64 years, died suddenly Munday afternoon. Her husband died Saturday Du rning Bi)* had just come out of the room where her husband** remain* lay when sh* wax taken with a fainting spell nod expired Inim.vlieG i-  Maildea with the Mrethvrhuad.  I'uUTLANU. Ma, Jan. 7. M. J Madden, th* pitcher, my* he is “w 1th the hr. > thee how i hosrt an't soul When I ain ready to sign I will affix rn j siguoturs to n Boston Players’ chib ooo tract. •  I HAVE NO HESITATION IN RECOMMENDING  Garland Sloves and Ranges  THEIR HIGH REPUTATION POR  DURABILITY, ECONOMY OF FUEL, CONVENIENCE, ARTISTIC FINISH.  STAMPS THEM AS THE    l£ttU  Best in tlae> World.  It I* Ute conal*ot mini of the manufacturer fo innkt tit* very Bhat SUve that «an bu product*!. THET ARK UNRIVALED. Sold only by  A. Ll. FLOSS  Thied Street, opp. Belle, Telephone 32.  Cold Weather  Calls for Warmer Clothing. And so I would state to those in Need to Call and Examine my Stock of  Is.  And many other things which tend to make a person Comfortable in Cold Weather. At Prices to Suit Everybody.  H. F. Lehne,  183 TDird st.   

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