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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - January 14, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH.  VOLUME 2!>.  ALTON, ILL., TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY  1800.  NO. 182  Tho Cronin Murder Court Again.  Case  in  Dr. J. W. Enos' Sanitarium,  AJL.TOKT, ILL..  DR. ENOS announced that he haft edtabHahed in a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the  TREATMENT OF ALL CURABLE DISEASES.  a  BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL.  His experience daring many years has con vin ceil him that ail diseases oan be managed more successfully in an institution of this kind, under the constant supervision of the physician, and with the aid of means not other* wise at command, than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers at intervals of several hours or days.  The position of the SANITAFUfUM is high, and the surrounding are free from all noxious inducnces. 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 its forms; Oxygen and ita compounds; Baths, Douches, Massage, Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided as may b* required by patients, in addition to such other treatment as may be deemed advisable.  A LARGE SOLARIUM  Fur Sun Baths and exercise in cold and inclement weather, etc., is provided.  Each patient la thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and receives hit dally personal attention.  IVo w CD Don  FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS.  For further information address Dr. ENOS at the SANITARIUM, corner of George and Third sts., Alton, III.  JULIUS H. RAIBLE.  Rectifier, Importer  AND WHOLESALE DEALER IN  WINES aud LIQUORS  TA* moat Celebrate Boo* of KENTUCKY WHISKIES free .od in I ion,I  A SPECIALTY; IM POUTED  Cognac Brandies, Holland Gin, Irish and Hootch Whiskies, Cherry Blackberry Juice, Port, Sherry, Bordeaux and Rhine Wines.  and  HEADQUARTERS  For all kind! of Select California Wines and Brandies in Casks, Kegs and Bottles. Come and examine the Largest Stock of Fine Old Winea and Liquor* ever offered in this city, and at  Surprisingly Low and Cheap Prices.  All Good* delivered free of charge. Orders bv mail will prompt attention. store end Office cor. Fourth and Bellote., house on Fourth st., between Belle and Piasa.  receive  Ware-  I MN*.  HARPER’S WEEKLY.  ILLUSTRATED.  Habtii'i wbbhLf ba* a well mUMIiM pine* as th* Auding Htastrnted n«wsj t| <-r la Aumrie* Th* ralrii'-»» af Ila editorial ouioniMit* on currant i-litlc* but earned for ll tin* r>»p»ct and oui*Manos of ail tin . partial r**d*-rt, and th** variety and cs> *1 lane** of its literary contenu, whirl! include Baria! and short storit-o bv th* brut and moat popular or mar*, St ll for the i #1 u.,.1 of j .-o th* wWaat ran**- of test** and i»ur-Th* W t. r a L r supplements ai.- of r** markable variety, int* i tat, and value ho *Spense ta spared to bring th*- highe-t or der of artistic abtuty to l**ar ujh.ii th*- Ulus (ration af th*, changeful jbase* of home and foreign history. A Mrs Iran romano*, fr«>tn tbap.Dof t horn it* a Janvier, will uppvur  tntli* WiiKi t in i  HARPER S PERIODICAL*.  __PE*    ykar.  ■AKPtft-B Wit hi T H Alll'Klt n M AI.AZIM ll AKI Si, n ItA/ AU  KARI Ms e TOI NU I'M MIK Postage frt*a to all *ub#«rn* r* ta tad Ala ta*, Canada, or M* *i«*o.  Th*» V oliiliH * of Mo* H KLKLf u-gtn  K rn  4 IDI 4 HO 2 <«  lim t rn with   _  rf  whan no tim** I* mentioned. subscription!.  till la git Witt ti..- v of receipt of or*!* i  *r reretp Bound  Volume* of HAK) t K S W KHKI.r for  thr*H years ba* s. In n**at doth binding, * ill ba sent by mall, jH.«u»ge p .id, or by riprm,  fr«*a of *i    nruvtdud    th    a  not axseed on* dollar i»-r volum**  igtlt *1* tem  for It a*  par vol un*.  Cloth I a.ri for oacli volume, sutta!*!* for  Lucas Pfeiffen berger ARCHITECT,  GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT ANI) MECHANICAL DRAUGHTSMAN  Office on Third st., otic door west of )*iasa, Third Floor.  PATENTS.  To any persons wishing to .otaln letter* natant i :i new inventions. impi *v.*i« *« , or designs, I will execute drawings and spacifl cation* ami lunk** application* for Patent* All oonsultation. In person or by letter, free  Lucas Pfeiffenberger,  ALTON, ILL.  J. SWITEK A SON,  DKA LK UA m  KINE ANI) COMMON  BEGGS APPtAt 'i AS A SPECTATOR.  Coughlin In* It* * th* A < <|ii ii tad AA tit to Sit with lh* ton vt* led Prisoners hut th* Invitation I* li**r Kill'd—Another Negro shot to Death at Ham writ, A. C. ll* Prisoners lbs Their Way Out of .fall at Man I'ranetM-o.  ( iiii ao<>, Jan. 14 — Branch No. 8 of the criminal court rammed Monday morning Homa of the familiar feature* which it wore during Un* three ami a half mouth* of the Urotiin trial. The prisoners’ row ba l 1*1** short cmd by one. John K. Beggs, who formerly mt at on** end of th** Hoe, wa* free. His chair was occupied by ban Coughlin. The quintet had Incomes quartet. Th** four e«»nvi.-t* Mccnifd in good spirit*. Th** certainty of a life in prison wanted to Im more agreeable to Itourk, Coughlin ami D’Hullivan than Hie horr hie uncertainty that hung over them throughout the trial. Tiler** was a fair-sired audience present, but the promised prosintMH of Uh* argumenta was no attraction for tlie crowds that thronged the court during the last days of the trial. There was no blood in the air to draw the puMlc to Ute court r< «om. Instead of the notorious suspects w hoHu (Time was shrouded in myi»-tery, the men in the dock were commonplace convict*.  Rrtl* Looks Ob.  Just before Hie Judge took his neat John F. Hogg* aud his lawyers, Meters. Foetor and Ames. came into court. Peggs kink**! worse in ajqn-nranee than when he wa* making hi* daily visit# to th** court room by eotn-I rn l*iort. “I just wan to I to ame how it looked from the other Hide,* aa id he.  When the priM.liers came in court, they •book hands with tie mw who war* within teach. Beggs shook l*and* with Kunea. B'lfjf* *n* al one end of the rej«orter* table. *('ome in here and sit down, Beggs," saki Coughlin with a ••mile. The man who earn j« I the fat*- of his co-defendants laugh.*! and shook hi* head. Htat**’s Attorney I>>nge-necker, aceompenied by Mresr*. Ingham. Milt*, an I By nan, apj-ared for the <1*1* Mt-wm* Forrest, Don oboe, and David ap-pearwl for th* defense.  A Plea far Delay.  When court aaa opened Mr. Korreat asked tliat the hearing of the argument* be puaV  B*n#d for one week. It I ne I been arranged, r. Forrest said, that Judge Wing aaa to have opened the argumenta, lait he wa* rick and wa* out of th* city. Mr. Korreat read a telegram from Mr. Wing at Morris, Ilia, to the effect that the train was delayed by the storm am! that the judge himself wa* tick. Judge Longenecker objected to this < ie lay. Mr. Forrest *aid he wa* not prepared to pro cued with ttw argument* under the circumstance* Counsel for the state opposed any delay.  Given On# Hay'* Tim*.  It wa* 11:45 o'clock whoa Judge Wing arrived. He said in reply to the court that if an adjournment were taken to Tuesday morning be would agree to fhiish in one bour. Mr. Donahue said he would iAJh two hour*. "And you, Mr. Forrest I" quo rind the court.  “Th*re will be no speech from Forrest unless I can have a week’* time in which to prepare," replied Forrest. Judge McConnell then said that he would allow Messrs. Win* and Donahue till I o'clock Tuesday in which to present their opening argument*.  If th* count*' I for the state should reply addnl* st* J time will be given Donahue and Wing to make their closing npeecbv* Court then adjourned until IO o'clock Tuesday.  (iud I Aud Commissioner Hall The men have I bren st variiun • for noma tim* Plat, aud Min* very a. rirnoniou* correspondence wa* riehaneed last week, in which Mr Hail intimate I that he wa* ‘per* malty reepou-ibl», Ste Th* air i* full of run. r* of a hostile matting.  Plunged Into a Ha In Harm  cpakra. (Via., Jan Ii - Mr* K North  committed suicide* Saturday evening by plunging Leadforeiu .at Into a rain barrei Yhs wo a widow 6(J year* of age.  THE NOTES WERE FORGED.  a filch (Ihln Vian'* Kame fraudulently til ached lo Paper.  Tocnostown Ohio Jan 14 - Richard hr own, a wealthy iron manufacturer, has discoved that pa|wr bearing hit signature amount in * to #351.0 G ha* beau placed iii cif-culatioa during the leat yrar. Hr learned thfit a note for 12,UUU with hi* nam* forged tad been offered in Cleveland. Last Monday he received notice from the Northern Nat Iona 1  bank, of Toledo, of another forged note for #"> IGO drawn to *b» order of Fibula J Biytbe. But the climax was reached when he received a nu--age from tit* Commercial National hank, of Cleveland, tliat a nota bearing hie name for 9*),(GU, fur-warded from the First National lunk, of I olado, Had been sent them for co Rec Hon.  It was drawn to the order of Joseph tomb W III Hunt th* Parties Down.  Mr Brown visited Cleveland Batardny, and on seeing the note pronounced it. Ilks the others, a forgery Who Blythe and I-omt. are is unknown. Mr. Brown says ha Bever heard of them. and that not a <toll*r >f hi* obligation- is held outside of the Vonndstowu hank* Mr Brown was one A the founder* of the mammoth iron plant* aer# of Brown, Bonnell A Co., ami ta a 'arg* storkhohler In the Ohio Powder eom-•aay, Iowa ItoUing Mill com|«ny, Ontario K<1 ling Mill t-oni|wny, Hamilton, Can., and tiber industries. He ie worth *2,000.UG, and will hunt down the parties forging hi* name.  g^ftaarrs. b>      PITRNTTTTRR  k'*iiiituifirf.# •fit.u i«! irs mad* bv    ^    ^    U    I    J#  by  uv"id chance  of  Money order or iii aft, to toss.  Maws (tapers are not to copy this advar Msamviit without th*expreaiord* r of IU*    xr  i s* A Mko| HS Ii" Address Bm nu XBv. New York  ii AKI'!.i. A  STOPPED FREE  Dr hi INA.’* ti  /rn ani    e«..    IrH*.    es  Mu una as s«e*>u4 A- a* •.*,» .* u HSWifct i.L .1 t-.i . irw a re tojr |    „a    »    tea**  .    " (nl'irwOIIWit  Pf BUHR *U Arrh *» . Kn..*>(*l(iai*. Ca AAH AAA or UunriMU r AA ('ANA  k Full and Complet* Stock Always on Hand.  ** oot Fail to Give rs a Call Before I *n re Ii ating.  OL'Ii I LUM l l IOC IP8>M8 AUK OK  State Strt. ooDosite Third.  ALLON. ILL.  Jail Delivery at Man frtnrlwa.  Ba* FRABciaro, Jan. ll —fWi prisoners, on* of whom was a condemned murtonv, escaped from the county Jail Munday morn mg. an i nom* has yet linen arrested. They dug through three walls into a lower bathroom. and thence into a corridor. From this they broke through a weak chunner and gained freedom. The ringleader wa* John McNulty, who murdered a man limned Col tin* in this city, em* convicted, and was awaiting th* decision of the supreme court on a|•peel. Another eaceper wa* Erie Krick-aon, who robbed the United State* mails. Hie others were Adams, Edwards, Rulhvau, aud Kenney, all burglars and robbers. It was <wm of tbs in.ad ingenious < scapes ever made bere, aa wail aa th* largest  Another Barnwell Outrage.  CHAaUhtTon, HG., Jan. 14.— A party af masked men laid Tueatay took a colored prisoner obargv-l with burglary from a deputy ah. riff rn bile on tbs way to the Bobbins, liar ow ll • ounty, Jail, tied the negro to a tree and shot him to death. Th* aoetie of the lynching U remote from a news center and it l*> imixMwiblr at |«<-**iit to oliialn full detail* of the crunc.  Latah —It turns out that the negro wa* in charge of two other negroes and that the “party" «->«udsted of (me white man named Ready, who piloted the negroes to a swamp, tied the culprit to a tree, knelt down and prayed and th "ii p d up and ahot the prisoner with a shot-gun.  Tm Prison fur Life.  Ki.kakKR, Iowa, Jan. 14—Weekly Kikina, the 12 year-old boy who a week ago murdered hie father and stepmother ta Elk township, this county, and ma le a complete coul•-*• ton of tile crime, pleaded guilty he-fure the (liatrk-t court, Bow hi teaeion here, to murder ta tie- Aret degree and wa* Maili n lay aeuteiH^vl by Judge Hoyt to imprnton-mmt fur life, id hard tailor, at Auanman Young Elkins iiiainftwted no feeling when the sentence wa* pronounced. Ba |* un-doubtedly the youngest life criminal ever sentenced ta this state. The Judge ha* ordered that the conftwdon shall not bn given to tie* public, owing to its acunat Iona I char-acter.    _______  A Du Ile! Hole Through III* Head.  Das Moinbs, Iowa, Jan. IC—Haturdny tftiriKon a boy named Jiweph In son, ll year* old wa* found lying on th* floor of a miner** catan at Haste-, in the southern jeu-*. of till* C"Uhiy. With a bul), t hole though hi* b ad. He aaa un* <<n»* i •»* for several boun, lait w h< ii be could «|» »k saki that a buy nam**! Dougherty bad shot hum Duugb-Tty » i* not!<•*«! rui.nlng cot of town <«rly in th alt i mi<« Th • injured boy wa* Gill alive, Int U not eiprcted to recover.  < dllv-i* are* Mswcbiug for the [trohvble mar der r.  A Menial ll •(•hand'* Crime.  Bi i rat N Y . Jan. 14 —During a quarrel Mat unlay ne rn'tig Herman Ltetwricb kicked bis wlf.- in the stomach causing premature chil i Wr h Tbr < ldld died and the mothe r t* md enpected to live  Talking of a Duel at Asalia, Tee.  Nicw Oslxahh. Jan. 14— The Bh ayune's Austin, Tex., * portal says that a duel Is impending bet wteo Attorney General Hogg  Hrotherhond Player* at Chleago.  Ch ICA (Kl. Jan. 14. —Saturday wa* brother-*<kh1 day in Ubifvigo There were more star player* In the city than at any time since the chime of the arew rn, and with a single exception they were all en?hmimetic aduorenteof the players' h ague. Die exception was John Clarks- n, the < rack pit--h r of the thwton*. He afriveil in the city from San Francisco, sud with him nun* the only Michael Angelo Kelly, and others Kelly Mud be didnt •ign ('lurkeon. and I lai kw>n aud the league bad tn-ated bim wall enough and he couldn't cofwrtentkmaly desert It K Uy was par-ticularly hopeful of the future of the broth-•rh.xxl He said they ha I all the atar pbiy »rs. iDSirly, and of course the public w«>ul I 3nd it out. The brother he- si wa* lo Him I to be a euro**. Kelly wa* accompanied by Mr*, Kelly and the FIO,IXG Beauty, Jr., aa Mike dub* bls only hopeful.  Mig Money for rn fttaltlaw,  I'KILA DB. PIHA, Jan. 14—About a year ago Hobart Hired, of the Cedar Bark Stock farm, purchaaed the cele lira ted ut* I Lh* An-Ie Volo for IIH,'GU, from J <wept (aren Mlnqe soo, the owner of The fctan Frinrtsm Bn»*»W and Hfiortenian. Now Mr. Rtcel ha* rssrted with Autopolo for th* reported price of #40,(IG. This must he very near the true figure, for within ten .lay* Mr. feted refused an offer of fA<G0 in nanfa tor the horse, and at that time be said bls price wh*    Antovolo ha* ten avid to  Michigan par tim, and be will he taken to his new home at (Sloe. Antevokv la a Ifwi stallion by Election**, registered 7,64m, standard unde* all rules, with a rereird of S:19>4 a* a 4-year-old ta a rare agal et borsea  struck a Kirk Coal Tela.  VINCK vans, Iud., Jam 14—About noon Munday the operators who have been making a coal shaft struck a vein of coal, four feet and ti tree inches thick, at a depth of MO feet. The coal is of splendid quality. Tbs (•iterators have bean at work about month* and bave expended about 910,000. lbs cilium* cf Vmecums have lawn watch ing th* coal atiaft wltn eager interest for *>’V*ral daya When the vein was reached til# signal wa* to be given by the blowing of the whistle at the shaft Atip m th-, a Rinser «*pened the w histle and tied it down and kept it whetting for hours. Hundreds drove out to the shaft Th* city is preparing for a ratification meeting Tuesday night  To Hwy Nevada Plae l.*n<U.  Mi ss ga D ilia, Minn., Jan 14—A number of Minnesotans, including the Hon. William Windom, secretary of the treasury, hare formed a nj ndi<-at« which baa in view th* purchase of the pine land* ta the (Herr* Nevada mountains of ( altforala and the bu-proveinent of the same by making tire tim lier srceaaiUa The scheme ba* uut lawn divulged ta all it* detail*, but It Is stated that there is an iuuueaa* amount of cap'tai, nearly 9IU0.ug.uuo, behind It The autem* involve* antae of the most difficult eiq[ineer tag feat* ever attempted. The ('ail for nim pine la of a very superior quality,  Water Warks Flooded.  V INCBX bb*, Iud., Jan. 14—Th* stater work* at Washington, Ind., are rendered entirely uai less by th* flooda Th* works ar* ■ti us tail un th* lank* of th* White river, four mike away, and tbs river baa rianu to such an extraordinary height that th* angina* and machinery are wholly nubmetrged. The town I* without fire protection. The ce-Kines of the O and M shops could not be *u pphr. I with water, aud fifty-three engines were run into this city to get water.  Made Hlek ky I sl lug Haacsg*.  Gwhkomh, Wia. Jan 14—Members of th* Miller family ta this city are dangerously ill with trichi ii i*si» Home days ago Mrs, Miller kilted a hog, and the family lied lawn eating sausage made from ilk meat An exanimate ss of the sausage shows that it te alive arith trlchinaaia parishes. It is not thought any of the family will (He.  Med Dug Hear* la Indiana.  JgrrKHBoNviUJi, Ind., Jan. 14—Union tow nab p ie in a state of wild terror A dog belonging to Jot in Beat*!* w.-nt mal and ran amuck t It mg other ‘log* and stock far aiel w Ida Nearly all the A g» have bren slaughtered, but womeo arid children are bapt at home end the men walk about ammi with shotgun* and pistols.  Marriage of Child ran.  Ka MUON, N CL, Jan ii—The youngcsd couple ever n arrled ta this state have Just hem JoUwd u get ber in I*avk» county The  BKMU te John Richnt* r, ago! IS, the brid*, im Westlake, age-! ll y«sara and fl rn mttia The parent* of th- children were prewnt at the rvremony The bride w-eighs only seventy-three pound*.  t allure ut a < eat 4 utuyaay.  < HU Ami, Jan. 14 - The Ntblock Coal amt Mining •vtmiany mad* an aasignment Monday. i be iiaLilitUw are ab"ut 115.740 Th* arret# ir« not s'atwi but it la thought they arc considerable teak.  PURIM HACKS DOWN  She  Y elds to the Ultimatum of England.  THE PORTUGUESE CABINET RESIGNS  •I or Ii » arnement at Idahou Over the Affair—A German Batler Bl alt realer tey Pre we h mew— Aw Opportunity for llUuurrk A "Jack th* Kipper" Crim Bear Heath—english Byadlrnte* sud American Industrie#—Foreign Bote* IjImbom. Jan 14—A mob com (seed of stu dent* and other* shouting “Down with 'he ministryattacked the British legation Munday They demoUNtied th* escutcheon on the building and Gnashed the windows The police were powerless to miitrol them They then broke the windows of the rest donee* of tile varkms members of the minis try, after whk*h they dupe rued  Ceu..e of th* Outhreah.  Olynn Petre, Hie Rnglish mintetcr, Mntur day inqsirted to Henhor Ooimw, mintetcr of foreign alf ail a, England's ultimatum de nninding the recall of the Fortug*we fur ors official* aud the v j iii in inn of every kind from the laoJts uf the Mhire, beyond tbr •HSSflueiMX of th# Huh. and south of tbs Zaur bai, and fmati Mio-bunalaial lf Portug*] fatlwl to reply in twvuty-feur hours, the British icgatk'U would board th* Kncbant-rww and swail a'reply at Vigo Th* king immediately convened a cabinet council to coiiHvliv tbr ultimatum Tli« govt i ament replied to Minister Glynn Petre that Port-ugal, ykd ling to strong prcarure from a power of the fir*t rank, betag too weak h withstand It, Would order the withdrawal of th*- Portuguce- from the Mhlre ami Naahona land, white rsawrvtag all rights to the Porte ugeae crown In tilt tee territories.  The Cabluet Healgna.  The cabinet ha* resigned Heuhor Ptamen tai. Che libjntlixmaervatire leader, voted with the minority at the meeting of the council when the demands of En gland wert aivwled to. The minority wa# ta favor of evacuating Ute Mhire district, lait op|*med tlu> other demands matte by England untern that ck ain try consented to submit th" dtepute to ar bl tm ti<« There is much ex*itetuent in the city Crowds J termite the street* shouting: "Viva Pinto!" and “Viva Portugal!  Kaglish CapKalisl* Busy.  Luvdon, Jan. 14- English syndicate* will shortly same prop! wate for sui wert p-tkms to stocks and bood* of the follow mg American uuiiipantes:    Hevetiteen    whisky  t ti.Hts ll ti we ta Kentucky aud toe busto*** of Yarr & Hcott at Kichwond, Va.; nil the brrweimw .rf VaiMW, Blue A Mobneuter Bros,  Slug field, Ohio, and til* Port Hoy el I‘blae ie ct.nqamy of Mouth Uarulina.  Aw Dpperlunlty fur Hlsmarrk.  Mahmn11.LUM, Jan. 14 -The crew of French -teamer et this port maltreated German salter, whit bad baeti sent ashore to Ugh leu the hawser of hts steamer Im-a UMX <rf B (vuning (Norm Cbmplelnta made shout the affair to the French official* proved futile and the German consul has complained almut the matter to the authorities at Berlin.    __  la It "Jerk the Ripper7**  Pwtth, Jan. 14—The body of an a ban  d<>B*d woman baa been found at Grueawe, n>«ur Freeburg, with the the at cut and otherwise mat dated. The crim* rewtubkw three committed recently ta the Whitehall*! district of l>und<«L  BalUkiiry 4 Wag ret ii lated.  London, Jeu 14—The Times say*; The imjnidcnt attitude (rf Portugal require.I si lur p tT ca! inent We rejoice that Lord Balisbury was equal to the occasion.  Mrs. Fltsgeorg* Is Dead.  London, Jan. 14.—Mrs. Ptlxgeorg*, wife of the duke of Coni bridge, u dean  Knrowragtug R*|M»r4 from Itandall.  WARMINGTON emf, Jan. 14 — Al Fletcher, of Phnadelphta, who held confidential relations at the capful for many year* with Samuel J. KaixWl and who now bears the ..nine relation to ex Rccretary W. CL White ney bi New York, called on Mr Randall Monday and bring* an encouraging report of his Aooditinn. He Nays Randan'* health la not an had as peopk* have been led to believe Hi* mind is perfectly clear and active and be rtreely follow* and takes lively tater**.t in pobUe events. Recently three pbyskdans made an exiuiiination at Ran itail's requiwt aiel aftor cenaultatioa informed bim teal lie waa not suffering from any tic Hirable dines** aud bad a good pm4 of renivery.  A Frowilceat Indlenlaa Dead.  Four Wa VXX, Iud., Jan 14— Hon. Will-iara Flewuig, formerly state treasurer, dbal at tile r**id#oee ta this city at 3JIU p rn Monday, aged NI years, of astite brouciuUa He W a* one of the un at i»r<>nilnHUt Democratic p. ditkian* in the state Ai th* time of bis death be we* pr--xid. nl of the Indiana Mcbrx I IV» k conijsuiy, president of th# Bata Blooie Nature] Gas (**upanjr, and beld many other Uu|**rtoBt and rej*>nj«ibie public puei-Uooa  Aw I•»»*»• t arp#nter's Feta.  Kansas CMT, Mo , Jan. 14—A spmal to Th* Mtar from Atchieon say*:    Henry  Hchook, a carpenter, while temporarily rn hum- tor ■ hie • k»thmg firoui Ilia U*ly, left hie r»min, and dtnn|qman«l ta the storm Munday night. It ie supjxMNl that he perished and that bis Didy ltes lair us! in a snowdrift Au overdose of medicine was the cause of his menial dcr»ng#nieut.  A RARE INVESTMENT.  One Ilumlrt d Acres Of Land,  Adjoining Upper Alton, with House  containing IO rooms*.  Barn,and other outhouses.  Will be sold for little  more (hail niort^i^e now upon the place#  Sale Must be all Cash.  IMF* /’(irfiee cMetring to invmt rn Jarm witty>t th fatter than invesh-'•j il> (hts prvftmrijt, nm of th* thwp-V it rn,or off' rid ttrritmi Alton.  /Yr/eW 7 if/*.  tit' l‘t t/I (.cf • n im! in net '  t  - >ld.  DORSEY & MANN  310 BELLE STREET.  EVERYTHING NEW.   OUR STOCK OF--  Carpets, Oilcloths, Linoleums, Rugs,  CURTAINS and CUR TAIN FIXTURES,  bow complete an<l on exhlhtttaa in ear tate*rooms ta ta THIi LA IU i HHT, ll ANI)8()MKHT ANI) MOST ATrUAlTIVH A MMOL.  OF CMK HJS Off TIIIH LINK EVER BROUGHT I't) ALTON   Jr i’ u to  J? " v " r  Mhethsr y«*u buy or not, nm ta# a*»ra.N#*« OTO,, BSRfiSiSS prl'-re •<» reasonable that we do t o t t»*llrv#fou can re.i*» |BK& HRTlSSPr^? 1 *    “    pertic.larly    inviting' Tii^i". g.V o," Jib rn t  DIVU QOLiLIO Tapestry are beautiful end artistic rh*, tit/1 DAT arri * peel wily ettrncttvn, * o4 M&iK—D KM*    Ion g> wide »* IW (j ii A I NS ii    ^  .    ART QOT r  ARN *'    •    "    -    •    •    .i.*  I ? *.* r     oy U AltLo*trM-k th»u cvernf TJTTno I,, WUU- Maii*  '"■et -'■•-* I «» ai.'. 11i.i< I    TtUiiiS.    mbbnb  OI u I-Wfri»*j*glJNOUtl KH in greet variety. OCHKTAfffx Btat OI tftsi* vt terr av  RUGS,  [ tlkx and <  A. J, HOWELL;  (NO AD KkOS ABO tilth  nm ftO.& t  TM*  SU MM I em r*iu(. M *w  and Ranges  Tea I icti(w* of " La Grippe."  Calli Ate., Jan. 14 ~"Ia grippe* conttause to risuu ti* vt- tun v Tea win it nu mi dunthe fr.uu the dl» *■!*•, <v r-xupUretluii* (rf it, were reis«1**l «» lh« beal I*, .rffl.*- Monday merlon Tau of the ' . Urns were r*p«,rted as havleg all lite symptoms .rf the disuse*, the physc leu* rcjM.rting them writing "in grippe’' tm tlx- iitiideate*, of drntb ae the enuse.  Usvsrnw rwn.ptmll Take* lh* (lath.  Cow Bura, Ohio, Jan 14 - Governor •k-ct Jam * K < antj-L ll, of Ohki, took th* oath of ifi-" st i et Monday In hi* mew ■age lo the leg <* la lure be rsMnmettd* tim Australian toitoi *y-tein, and advocate** stet* (vmtro, of the sale of achaoi taadut.  Death of » I oniteetlrat Rdltev.  liaKTt .Bii, ' onn., Jan, M Mtapheu A. Hubtsurd, for twenty-three years managing e.llim Bud on • of tho (v.q.rtetora at The C* ural.*, do-1 Sundajf aftvrnoeu of heart it wa* born in HtiinWland, Ma** , kixty-ttir ! • year* ago.  I .. al I. af Mlacr T. Am**.  fHg.i .<>, Jiu 14 —Miner T. Ames, the  • li-Bix. rn ii us on mr and ojiaraU.r, died Mi Hi-In - nu! im 4 at ll o'clock at his maiden ■*, I .ii I im i ie alenu*, of Brig hts duce#  I HAVE N(.)t*KESITATION,1N RECOMMENDING /  THEIR HIGH REPUTATION FOR  DURABILITY, ECONOMY OF FUEL, CONVENIENCE, ARTISTIC FINISH  HTAMP8 THEM AM THU  Best in til© World.  Ii in Ute coimtaQt ti to of th* mnaufaoturer to mnko tim ?6ry I teat Sl6ve Ibm eau t»e produced. TH KY ARK UNRIVALED. Sold only by  A. L. FLOSS  Third Street, opp. BeUe, Telephone aa.  Cold Weather  Calls fjr Warmer Clothing. And so I wouK slate to those in Need to Call and Examine my Stock of  Rotor. Blankets. Comforts, Cloaks, Starts, Flannel Skirls.  And many other things which tend to make a person Comfortable in Cold Weather. At Prices to Suit Everybody.  H. F. Lehne,  133 Third st.   

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