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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - January 13, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH.  VOLUME LM).  ALTON, ILL.. MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 13. 1890.  NO. 181  Mf YORI HIS HER SIV  Depew Presents Her Claims for the Big P^ir.  THE ARGUMENTS WHICH HE USE  Dr. J. W. Enos’ Sanitarium  ALTON, ILL,  DB. ENOd Announces that he haw established In a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the  TREATMENT OF ILL CUMBIE DISEASES  BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL.  His experience during many years has convinced him that all diseases oan be managed more successfully in an institution of this kind, under the constant supervision of tim physician, and with the aid of means not otherwise at command, than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers  at intervals of several hours or days.  The position of th(P8 ANITA RIUM is high, and the surrounding are free from all noxious influences. It is readily reached by the Heoond street horse •ars, 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 nil its forms; Oxygen and its compounds; Baths, Douches,  Massage, Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided as may be required by pa Bents, in addition to such other treatment as may be deemed advisable.  A LARGE SOLARIUM  For Sun Baths and exercise in cold and inclement weather, etc., is provided.  Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and receives his daily personal attention.  Now Open  POR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS.  For further information addrest Dr. ENOS at the SANITARIUM, corner of George and Third sts. y  Alton, 111.  JULIUS H. RAIBLE.  Rectifier, Importer  AND WHOLESALE DKALES IN  WINES and LIQUORS  Th* most Celebrate! Brand, of KENTUCKY WHISKIES free and in bond.  A SPECIALTY: IMPORTED  Cognac Brandies, Holland Ole, Irish and Scotch Whiskies, Cherry and ck berry Juice, Port, Sherry, Bordeaux and Rhine Wines.  HEADQUARTERS  For all kinds of Select California Wines and Brandies in ( asks, 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.  Ail Goods delivered free of charge, prompt attention. store and Office cor. Fourth house c  Orders by and  on Fourth at., between Belle and Piasa.  mail will receive Bedels., Ware-  I HOO.  HARPER'S WEEKLY.  ILLUSTRATED.  Haims'i Wsbklt bun a wail established ME tbs iMdlBf illustrated n*sipip«r  In Aui«-rira Tbs f«1111< — < r ii- edft*uuii contin (Mila on current im.mica baa •arum! for It tbu respect anil OWMwitt of all im  partial read* ta ami tho variety anti .**rwl lance of It* literary contam* which inch  huh-  ••rial ami short stone* bv th*, beat urn! im>»t popular writers, Bt it for th.* perusnl <*r (>©o l-i*> of th* allicit runic.* of tn-ti*s ami our •atta. Th** Weekly •ii|i|tii*amt( are of r«* mnrkable variety, interem, ami \aiu.- No expense la spared to brin# tho highest or our of artistic ability to tear ujm.h the Him. tratton af tim ctuuiKwfui phases of horn** and nu Alan history A M^tiran roo mace, from th# penof Thomas A Janvier, alii ai>i*e*r in th* Weski t in iwo.  Lucan Pf cif fen berber  ARCHITECTS  GENERAL St’ PERI NTENI JENT ANI) M ECH ANICA L DRAUGHTSMAN  Office on Third st., one door went of Pinna, Third Floor.  PATENTS.  HARPER’S PERIODICALS.  PEK VRAM.  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('toth ('rn**** tar tm- ii Tatum*. aiiitat.i*' for DlfuUng -vail bu teat by mull, po*, paul, un NMM! pf of SUO. each K*-mitten* •«* should b«* mad* by Busto mc# Money order or Oran. to avoid cham*, of  To any person* wishing to mtein letter*  Ctent en new Inventions, impi oveno-nts or Hun*, I will e* louted rn va in** and specif! rauons and make application* for Patents All oonaultaUon, in person ar by letter, free  Lucas Pfeiffenberger,  ALTON, ILL.  J. SUTTER & SON,  DKAt.KK* IN  FINE ANI) COMMON  He Claim* There I* Only One City in WHI. Ii the Qiiadri-Ceiitonnlal Celebration Can It.- Held, and That There la no Room for Npeenlatlon aa to Ita Identity—What He Nay* of the financial emblem I bl. ago speaker*.  IV AsniNt.Tus crrr, Jan Ii-The quadrl-  0 nb nnial committee met at IO o’clock Hat-unlay. Mr, Chauncey M. llep w opened the I tearing. He mid that th re were IOO of New York'* leading citiacii-i present representing every huaiuem interest. He described the great Pari* exposition, and s]»>ke of ti* IHI fin salon made by the exhibit there ami of the wialom of balding a like expiation in thih country. It being nettled that thie wa* to be a purely national affair, now came the question where it uh*mid be held. International expositions, he said, had never been a success, un bm held at the metro polk of the country. If the citixeo* af St Daria, Chicago and Washington would lay ani*ie bevil prejudice* and view tile matter with a fair mind, they would reaiixe that they Would not go to a fair held in any smaller city of Great Britain or Europe, but if the fair wa** held in London or I‘art* or Berlin all would go. New York, he mid, wan without doubt the metro|M>lia of th* United Htate*. There *u md an industry, he said, that had started or that wished to start, that dbl not * <woe to New York and establish (ta headquarter*. It was, be mid, the great Ananda) ism .meter of the Unite* I States.  The Drawing of Circles.  Unk*« great number* visit the fair daily, it ia a failure, and us* other city could supply the number of constant daily visitors that New York could supply. It * * very well to draw circles demonstrating that Chicago or Ht. L.iiis wa* the center **f a grvuter  Eipulation than wa* New York. He wa* .rn at I*eeki*kill, on th* Hudson. A circle drawn around tliat place, he said, included many great cities and repreeeuted a great mini tier of people, but Peekskill was uot an a-plrant for Hie fair. Within the limit* of what collat it Ute* the city of New York. Jar-a\y City, etc., you have three Chicago*. Eight million* of people in the vicinity c *ukl visit the fair at New York ft* a sum of not more than and from that down to 5 cents On tile transportation problem, ha skm!, depended largely th© success of the fair. Two hundred thoumnd people wishing to go home from HL lamia or Chicago <*oukl n -t dis;**ne* at the rate of more than 25,-U*» per hour and till* would take eight bour*, aud the next day the fair would chaa. New Y■ *rk could distribute the crowd more rap-l*Uy than was done at Baris.  Tbs kl us ii < tai Problem.  Referring to the financial problem be mid that the »*xp*aitkai could not go on credit It would md la- possil>ie to sell bonds so th* “chromo business* could not Is* a success. Cnicago and Bt Louis bx I guarantee fund* •f HOUMMO ,«,h. New Y* .rh a cd stable nase-enxut of Bl),OuI. The bul was now ready to he presented to the New York I eg isle fur- au' lf irising tie expenditure of #10,-UJO.UOO winch he said would pass without a  1 wolfing voice. On the subject of etiolate h*» mid that every citiaen of Washington, Chicago and Bt Louis, who had the mean*,  la New York in July aud August, to -wrap# the head. Neither Washington nor Chicago n r Ht Louis had fact] in,-* for so-coninexlnt mg the immense crowds that are sure lo conus  Ne Room for Speculation.  The farmers and th* laboring people, be ■Kid* Ware th- |Duple we want to educate by holding such a fair, thorn who wvrm poor and Id nut afford th© expense of travel, and those wi*r# the (wopto who could, and KOO hi come to New York. Aa to the aration a I claim made by other cities, hi* answer that wa* that there were more southern people in the clubs of New York than in any six chili** in the south. There wa* only one city rn which th* fair could be held. Thar* was no r**otu for speculation about ita identity—that city was New York.  Itoork Cochran * Argument.  Kx-O og nonmen W Bourke Cochran tot-In***) Mr. Depew. He reviewed at length the hotel aiel tr.ui-portalion possibilities of the competing cities an i mil that Y*>rk wa* the only dty in the Union that toukl pwiliijr accommodate the crowds that must make the ex)*Mutton a success. Every one who came to tile «x|Msaitk>n from abida l would visit the capital of the nation amt am the great national legislature in session. He paid a warm tribute to Senator Hberman whom long term of service he said disproved til© oil Maying that republic* were ungrateful The mao who visited Washington to view the city alone, be mid. would rn it to better advantage than if he came bere to an *H»»itam He would ase that the ■■apl ta I wa* i >t til© source of |»opular power hut the cXeiiipliiicntKHi of it,  The % tellers Weald Nut He Noticed.  New York, Im *v*id. lakl BO claim to the ax posit iou. He belier ed that ail >f the ouw-p ting cities were ni«*b-*t enough to echo this M-uliioetit and to submit the «ju->Aion entirely to the judgment of c-mgrena Returning in tile question of th* capacity of the due* competing. Mr. Cochran saki that th* IN),Ut) p-opie who Would visit th*- exposition ever) day wuuld nut be uotiiul on the street* of New York or ie lie hotels In <**»-Mush hi Im mid that New York, the gateway of th* oHnm-nv of the United Htatee, lying on the borders of that ocean whh*h Columbus crossed, laid before the louiraittee, not a chilla but a statement of its sdvaqiag**. end it wa- willing to leave th*- d*vision of the question to tit- (airn, unthawed ju«lginmt of , tne committee and of congr****.  At t‘i:4b tie* c*Hn wilt las- took a recess At the aftemuun aesaioa the committee was ad dress*- 1 . Iijr the Hon. Warner Miller and James Wood, favoring New York as the site for the fair.  headed by <h« prince of Uwjnctem he *** | IM TllPlk  reBitndwti of the aiery of the two colored '  -     "  churches which comp-tod for a lair, and it wan determined that th> church Which did not get the lair w-»* to I lave a uew pew, and on Hi.* Sunday wh*-n the pew a as completed and placed in position, when the congregation tin*I gathered together, the preactier mid: “Brndrsu, on dis (M-casion der© will tie no hymn*, no sermon, but de whole congregation will join me in de Utile couplet I ha* wrote tm dis occasion:  ‘Glory hatelu Yod; we’s got de pew,  ‘We’* got de pew,* *  [Great laughter and applau— J  Advantage* af Chicago.  Mr Bryan spoke of the climate of Chicago J *• *»l»g mere delightful than that of any ! other city. He also re far re* I to the trams ! potation advantage* of his city. Hj» aking of the -ite for tho fair, be quoted Mr Axtor’s remarks made u. Ha* New York committee to prove that the New York site was not available and described at length the advantages of the sites offered by Chicago.  H|iaakutg of til© demand* of tile agricultural inter- st, Mr. Bryan mid that he had recently att*-ti-Ie*I a convention of farmers in Ht Joseph an*I Hie farmers from wren state* there said that their interests had beeo shamefully negt-ct-d in the |*»t, ami they wanted the fair held In Chicago.  Mr. RryanV address was a witty nm throughout and jn-ovoked considerable applause.  Pi TOED AP TUP imiTnn  rAiriM ur mc. HOISE.  Services Over the Remains Judge Kelley.  of  IMPRESSIVE SCENE8 IN THE HOUSE.  CLOSE CALL FOR A BtOT.  Three Fa,nill— „f Striking Miners  Kvleted at Panssatawaey, Pa.  Kxxai tawkiy, Pa.. Jan. Ik-Then were only three families of th* striking miners evicted Friday, two Hungarians and am* Italian. There was cotMklerabhi excitement, but no violence. After the sheriff, accompanied by thirty-three Pinkertons, ariled with W inch raters, had thrown out an italian family at Walston, about 8U0 of their countryman roiled ad, and began yell lag ami firing into Ute air. About HOU shots w ere fired, and they were getting more excited a* the music (rf their revolvers ia-  creased.  Hloodihri Narrowly Averted.  This happened ah -ut 4 o’clock la the afternoon. Master Workman Wilson arrived ob the SOHI** just at this UBM-, went ane mg them and told them they must keep quiet ami not break tile p*n -s or they would ruin their cause WU* n nays that it Ie bk sia cere conviction that bad be not happened ox the scene when he did there would haw Idd-b one of th- Ilks idlest riots ever w«-n in thin country. Ba says th- Italian* were terribly excited and were worked up almost to that pitch where a crowd beootne* a bawling insane aoli.  Mrs. Morton’* Gown*.  Washington Cur, Jan. ML-The wife of the vice (assident has been greatly amuse*! by the glowing description of her winter -wardr--l«- written by nome anonymous srrlk l>ler. AUe*rt« of extravagancaa ar* die tasteful to her, Ult above all others estonia lion in drnm lier surprise can ha i mag met when sl»e read thai sh* had twenty new gowns built by Worth at a coat of ll,OUI each  “Mrs. Morton never paid over WOO for any costume,” mid a friend who knows bai wall, “and the truth la, sh* cares so Hut* fat ! dress that she has only purchased three rn four new <>n*u fur th© winter She is Indtf farent to the whole subject of drees and feel) much chagrined over this story."  *■*»* Religions Service* ( ondm ted by the  Rev Dr. Cuthbert, Assisted by Dr. Huller The Remains Conveyed In the Huns* of He present st I va* to the llaltlmore and Tot oms© Station, and Thence to Philadelphia far Hartal. W>—wPMM CiTT Jan. IS.- The smne* la Ute boun* of representatives Hat urday ab tending th** kh-vices over the remains of the late WUU*rn I) Kelley, the ‘father of the bourn” were very impressive, more an perhaps on account of the simplicity of the arrangement* About ten minutes before lf o'clock, Vie* ITfeddent Morton, leaning on th* arm of Caph Baaertt, the venerable ae detent th«h-keeler of the senate, filtered th# buuee at the head of a nxir* of senators. Th* vice president wee conducted to a seat to the right of tim speaker 1 * platform, the eenaton Heaving themsslvc at the dtnhe of represents live* provide*I for th-m.  Th# Vaenat Desk Draped.  The dmk that Judge K-M-y occupied for •o many year* was draped in mourning, while a u.n.pl vt (rf mere rtnted on ite top. Un the clerk’e desk were two crossed palm haves ouvon-1 nub flowers. A few nunuUe after noon speaker Reoil Irougbt down hie gavel on th- desk in front of bim with a sharp rap, ami directed the clerk to read th* journal of the t*roo*edit«s af Friday. Th* opening prater wa* omitted. Juri as the 'Wk flu is lied reading. A J. Holmes, the Ber geuuLat-arm* aiqaan-d at the main door of th# house, at the b-wd of the funeral cortege. which had proceeded from the Higgs bouw to the capitol Following Mr Holmes cairn Itev. Dr. Cuthbert, a Baptist clergyman of Uiia city, and Dr. Butler, chs plain of the sedate.  A Moiras Trwresaioa.  Time# were followed by < 'hairman O’Neil) ami the metnbers of the house amt Benab committee on arrangements, constating of Meaw*. WK miry, Canuon, Banks, Mc Ken na. Carlisle, Bynum, Holnuui, and Mat- bier, and Hens tors Cameron, Manlier sod, ButW, and Colquitt. Hen*tor Kher loan, a member of tit* senate n>nnitke had arrived some time bef)ira As th* sol emu prucDwetun moved down the ate!*. Rev. IT. Cuthbert read aloud the preliminary Baptist burial service. Th# black coated •xmniltt—men won* rosettes of bhu’k and wbih* W hen they were seated in front ut UM first tW of der-ks, a detachment of capitol poiinecM-n ta their liras* buttoned urn forms walked slowly and sohsnly down th* alste with the cask st on their shoulder*.  The Tuners! Services.  MI bile th-se scenes awe going on those or the flour remained standing They dbl not  -A. RARE INVESTMENT.  One Hundred Acre** Of I*and,  Adjoining  Upper Alton,  with  House  containing IO rooms, Barn, and other outhouses.  WHI be sold for little  more than mortftago now upon I lie place.  Sale Must be all Cash.  * Path*.t de**rang Ut inm*t hi Jarm .Utmht rn mutt th hetUr than intvtti-  * gat* thai prof*rttf, one of the cheap-"tat rn ar qfftnU around Alton.  "i'reftct Title.  "l*ru/terip tciil and must h* *4d.  DORSEY I HIN  310 BELLE STREET.  Neat themselves aalii Mn Ifelley, tining un the arm of her eldest sun. ami folk)wed by  Soldier* Mast Have Preference.  Now Yow, Jan. UL—Th* supreme court, i general term. Judge Barrett writing th* opinion and Judges Van Brunt sad Bartlett outw-urrlng, ha* again upheld the rights of  preference tar honorably discharged midtori in bolding civil a|ipoint«nenta "nm der Ie km wa* h«tided down in the ©aae of John Bull! van. whom I <Himiiaetoner of Public Work* Gilroy rn-rnI v due-barged from his pnsitioc s. la!»>r-r. Ju*lge Andrews, oa a hearing of the cam at special term, granted a pereutp-tory mandamus directing BuUivaxi's rein statement, An appaal was taken to tin general term, which ha* affirmed the order of Judge Andre sr*.  the other meta tv rn of the family, had en tered and taken th* place raasrved for them. At another rap from the gavel of Hp pekin Read, the smarm blags sat down aud th. reading of the remainder of th* Rapt!*! I hi rial Mrvtae was proceeded with. Dr. Butler then read the Kith chapter first Epistle of the Corinthian*, and followed bis reading by prayer Dr. Cuthbert closed tbs service with the ben ad let loo and the casket wee then token up by the body hearers wbc Min wed th* ni-nilsws of the committees with their burden The member* (rf the faintly walked out of th* bouse directly ha hind the cashel and they wee* followed by the iiM-int*-m of the senate who were prow lit.  The Rrnimu* Taken to Philadelphia.  Sh.>rt I) before I o'clock the remains of Judge Kelley were escorted to the Baltimore and Potomac stet ion and at 1:15 th* funeral party i-fl for !liUa*i-lphia oa a Mpeciai tram. Un arrhal at Philadelphia the ra-maiuD were taken to the resMeace of bl* daogbter, Mrs HorsUnaa, at 2.Rift Chestnut  street The mr* l ee ta that city wee* held __th*    cone    r    at    Twenty    wemad and Cheetaut  being made int ween some’of the princtp^ f n ** U  “ d  Ker# coodorted by Itev. W. R .VIV.,,I. ..in »I  ‘    Fur BSB*, the lifelong friend at t  New  Ta Tip* OII ta th* Caast.  Yokk, Jan. IL—-A combination it  the dead few brief remark*  ere of foreign capital tar the (mrprnw of non-  u .^  Mfe au<1 ,  h ar*.ter of his friend  him -ting new pipe lint, bete*-,, tis- od I ‘    -  fi-l-L and the coast.  EVERYTHING NEW.   OUR STOCK OF-  Carpets, Oilcloths, Linoleums, Rugs,  CURTAINS and CURTAIN FIXTURES,     . M BOW compl.te and on -xhltdUan in oar Kaieeromne. Itta  THE LARO HHT, BANDHOME8T ANI) MOST ATTRAOTIVB AS.sotersxw d,-, OF GOODS IN THIH UNK BYER BROUGHT TO ALTON  It will do you g*h Mi I kit er wh.-tt r > i bu v or not but ta* attesisL great un i th- pile*** **> r-a»oiiai)l- that w-doae pDTJOOpT a tbit season Is pattlcularl|r   _____  ^    Tapestry    are    tewtifsi    _  spartan) attractive, anti th-- rang- for s**le«  r,v,ART SQUARES r  ART SQUARES  -Un an*! ftlm-k |i,. !t r ll-and UN OLK I MS in ut  A. J. HOWELL!  ..    j,    .nu    mim    near -Kin    RUllSi * *  v '^* rif#   OI i« Cis *TID* and U NOLI I Ms Ingreat van «*ty- ('CRT .UkiE ami «*fisrxiv  niwki  U(lh /SJO IADS Ski) St/th  I HAVE NOrHESITATION IN UKCOM MRNDING  The movement ie tbs most Important which has been attempted In  th* oil industry since the Standard Oil com Ne w '    • #eur *'*     1|B     RH>Mnpf!y of ptpa-itn* trane  portatioti It coo tem plate* the purr baar outright of wells valued at f lO.Ofk’.OOO, the  1  construe ti*m of competing pipe lines, and a coni bi nut I* hi of many of th- principal pro. darers, who do not sell their welt*  Resigns! lea a# Raaarder Troller.  Wa MU i.SOTOS (ITT, Jaa. UL—The nuigna-  tioo of Mr. Trotter, the colored recorder af deeds for the district, has been received at tbs White Houm, upon a requ-wt mads by th* prwudeoi It is supposed a new appoint ment will he muds shortly An inquiry mad- by Hen*tor Ingalls ba* (lev(doped tile fact that the office ba* paM ftU.UOO In fern during Mr. Trotter* incuuil*ency of two y-aro    ami U-n ueuith*. A bdl is  p—mi tug in congress to make the pusitiuo a salaried one.  A Negress I IO I-ars Old.  Wash I SUTOR Crrr, Jan. IT—Waste tag ton’s oldest inhabitant has the grip. (the is Aunt HatU* Quick, a colored amtman, who figures up I lh years Aunt Hattie wea bora on one (rf the Monr*** family's plantations in Virginia in the fail of 17TL Of ooursr she remember* bearing sl>out I’rasklsat Washington, though -Is* dues uot reuu-uiUr Ut bars seen him HR* is a mcnarfcaitiy bright old woman, though sh* never lie*I time to learn to read or write. Whoa the grip made her its v lctini sh* was taken to the Freedmen** Rwpltal, though proteating that she only had a ooh! aud would soon be over it  Phelps Praises th* fteraaaaa.  Berun, Jan. RL—United Hiatus Minister Phei|a. add reeling the Anglo-American society Fridny sv-ntug, highly pratesd th* (attent pursuit of doty which characterism! the German race horn prince to peasant. He dwelt especially up* si this trail, which ha said the Dowager Eoqtaeai Auguste bad markedly r*-vo*)«d in the last audience sh* had granted to bim. The teak was evidently beyond ber strength, but rite assumed it localise it wa* her duty as a sovereign.  Paaerai mf Kt-hmpreas Auguste.  Banus, Jan th—The weather Hat urday  was I >rt ii taut aud graal crowds of people were oat to witness the funeral of the Dow-agtr Empress Augusta. The Hc-bkw* chapel was (ll lad with th- dtgattaries of th# empire, Court (Tut plain Koegei delivered an oral) *n worthy or the uccwsion, the diatsairw Iring Isksed upuu Auguste's motto: "Bellyful in hope, pa Rent in a*lversity, steedfaet ta prayer.” HeextoUeti th*- late empress fur her f-ar of God, her devotion to duty, bar charily, ber lino-rity and her love b r her husband aud for th- fatherland.  Sidles and Humps  THEIR HIGH REP!TATTON FOR  DURABILITY, ECONOMY OF FUEL. CONVENIENCE, ARTISTIC FINISH  STAMPS THEM AS THE  Best in tire 'World.  It ii Hip constant ai w of th© manufacturer to m»ke the very B-ut  Said only by  SUve that can be produced. THEY AUK UNRIVALED.  A. L. FLOSS  ThM Street, gyp. Belle. Telephone 22.  Cold Weather  They Are  CLAIMS OF CHICAGO.  Mayer Crepier  FURNITURE.  Newspaper* are not to copy this m!v**r-tUHunenl without the express ord*-r at HAU IBI flLMflrWfl Addr#*-* it A1.1'KB A MMOTlir---  A Full and  IKEN, New York,  FREE.  STOPPEL)  '.■sfisrrewsssrt  ,    MS'S  re flMHh T’ riP’teliMi ski*  *“*©> f*Y ,B S amp se*    on    bes •)-»»  —— PM*AMS or IM. TA I pAAtn*  RESTORER.  IWB.AAM O*l0 Ihtf  oft  OU SD dirr-wJ M*M*jl<l OI'S SYO tot bvU.0 tx-* Im ta  Complete Stock on Hand.  Alway*  (’reseated Ny  aint Mr. Hr)aa.  Mayor t’regk r, of Chicago, was the next s|*-ak*r Ile saki that the peo|4* of his city U ll* vial (hat the -xp«it t *a shmikt la- held lo tbs greet west, hut wherever It should bs beld, they woukt emteav or to add tie lr telgi I to make if oonq*taf *ith Vte dignity af this grand and imprest v# nattoa. There Mag RO rivalry iwt»- n Chicago ant New York Chicago r—*><gf it-d the gramieur ami gr-slte*Mi of the c*ty af New York,  1   Kplrttod Nasal ICagageMieaC AvMAPoua, Md., Jan IX—A battle lasting Hearty two hours took place off Atma polis early Saturday morning between tbs police l*«l Daisy A re ber, Mate I In pus com u landing, and the dredging vssmhI Virgin I* K Ioiwwjo, Caph John Utth, loth cannon and rifles were used. Th* vsesel wa© illegally dredging on Thomas point when slghted^by tie- Archer aud, after a chaw of ss\ erai niiks was captured. Th* captain will ta tried.  (allure af a Mouth Dakwia Hank.  Ma IHM) is, H D , Jan ll-IL- Bank of Houtb Dakota asrignoj Frklay to M. W. Datey The aw*a are claimwl to be (IK),-(JUD; llalohttoe not gi von. The assign r* I* sagagni m kaduag mer th* boi4«, whkb are in laid shape. Th* amigaaamt (rf tbs Lank forced the Le Belle Ranch Hunt Im porting company to assign, as the ranch »e*l hank were oh sail) onuarated. The ranch's ■■ads are about flXl.uuU, mostly in land and hor—; liabilities about teb.ttXi  Calls for Warmer Clothing. And so I would state to those in Need to Call and Examine my Stock of  r  geek WryrkslM tor Quinine.  I IKAhm*-ms. Mute., Jan. Ih—A terrible mistake was mad* in the family of Merrti Griffin, bere, Friday night. Th* family all had the influent, and hate strychnia* instead of quinine. Mr. Or (fin, his wife, a daughter age-1 I ( ami ii *'n a<e>1 ii were the  Get Utoo tor Her Husband.  Mattoou, ilia, Jan. UL—The trial of Mrs. Mattie Harris vrraus VV, P. < <irb4n at KulN-van, lite, in whteh th* plaintiff *usd defendant for UU,#*) foe killing her husband. wa*cl*seal Frste) evening sud th* jury ie-turnwl a verdict giving the ptelnUfl flu) daiua,;-«. lait Anding U t the defendant (nano aCtecfcuuiit suit covering valuable (irop-rty.  rijar. •««. Coiforts, Shawls, IM Skirts.  Ughftta ag-*I (•fin iv ‘Hi* *  VY  DOI Fiil to Give ut a Call Ho* for* Purchhsing.  ricflm*, TT*e daughter (Mad at J o*cl«K k Hat  lait Chicago tattered that she could meet J unlay iu-tanlng ami there is ho hope for  th* sob have  OCR FCN NIU (Ut MkmiMk AUM ON  Slate Strt. ODoosite Third.  ALTON. ILL.  every demand im..I- by this great expmd-tlou as well ae New York c**ukl In oxiclu-■ton Mayor Cr-gier said that the wast os tnt tie recognised, andb- iadieired be repressntad sixteen mvereign states of th* uortbweet wbea he demanded it.  " We’# Get De !’* ».”  Th# next speak*) was Mr. Bryan, of Chicago Mr Bryan sai*i that wh»« the glorious lift) from New York marched into the room  Mr. Ortfllo Mrs Griflts aa ! a ban- chan*-*- to pull through.  Two (Mirage Uuswa Nulcid*.  Chicago, Jan. Id—Mr* Jswue Grteewakl, aged SA), vi-aim.tusJ suicide by shooting, in this • tty, white (naan* from th* use of nrjrphuin. Christine Mi broader, aged 03, also suicidod hr cutting her throat with a rague. lksqsm teocy was the cams.  A ( Mallewg* tov Middle-Weights.  PiTTwgciMJ, Pa . Jan It—John J. Quinu, Fogarty’a barlmr, put tip a forfeit of flaSO, and ia»ue*l a ('ba!-eng j last night for nay man ia the *> ain try to in* -et Jnsh Fogarty, of Philadelphia, ma -gut gar the ii weight < ha ■ -. | .Arf pi ttw ass© id #2,Mi) a aide.  And many -other things which tend to make a person Comfortable in Cold Weather. At Prices to Suit Everybody.  (Mag AI ton ae'a  Madrid. Jan. ll—The’ king ie mors favorable. Iterate during the night. He qunu tty of -oup.  H. F. Lehne,  X33 Third st.   

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