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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - January 15, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH. VOLUME 29. ALTON, ILL., WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 15. 1890. NO. 183 Dr. J. W. Enos’ Sanitarium, ALTON, ILL,. DR. ENOS announces that he hon eatabliahed In a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the TREiTMEJT.OF ALL CURABLE DISEASES. BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL. Ilia experience during many years baa convinced him that all diseases omn be managed more auccessfully in an institution of this kind, under the constant supervision of the physician, and with the aid of mean* not otherwise at co mm ami, than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers at intervals of several hours or days. Tile 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 banding 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 its compounds; Baths, Douches, Massage, Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided as may bo required by patients, in addition to such other treatment as may be deemed ad viable. A LARGE SOLARIUM Pot Bun Baths and exercise in cold and inclement weather, etc., is provided. Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and receives his dally personal attention. Now Open FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS. For further information addrest Dr. ENOS at the SANITARIUM, corner of George and Third sts., Alton, III. T JULIUS H. RAIBLE. Rectifier, Importer ANI) WHOLESALE DBA LEB IN WIMES and LIQUORS Th* moat Celebrated Brand, 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 Select Californis Wines and Brandies in Cssks, Kegs and Bottles. Come and examine the Largest Stock of Fine Old Wines and Liquors ever offered in this city, and st Surprisingly Low and Cheap Prices. All Goods delivered free of charge. Orders by mail will receive attention. store and Office cor. Fourth and Beliefs., Wa recuse on Fourth st., between Belle and Piasa. prompt house oi 1*90. HARPER’S WEEKLY. ILLUSTRATED. Haste it . Wbeklt fin* n (VHI established Claes aa tbs leading 111 it-1 rat - -i newspaper lo Arn erica. Tbs rt»ln»«**« of it* editorial cum in *11 ta ob current politics has earned for it th® respect ami confidence of nil Impartial readers, and the variety and exes) lance of ne literary content*, which include serial and short stone* hi the bent and most popular writer*, fit It for the p*rtti»al of pro* pleof tim hi !*.! ruse «*r t.o.t< •• and pursuits. Th** Weeki t supplements are of re. mar Kabo* variety, int* lent. and value So expense ie spared to hriiiK the h.*.'h«*-t or der of artistic ability to i»-.ir upon the tints trim. m of the changeful phages of horn* and foreign history. A Heil.-an rniuai.ee fi lii the pen of Thomas A. Janvier, will appear In the w saki r in mao. HARPER’S PERIODICALS. PKB YEAH. HARPER’S WEEKLY...................U <» IS A IHT uh M inA/IM..... Ami HARISH H It A/AK ......... 4 US H A EP* BW TGI’ Mi PLO l*L I a ai Postage free to all *ubscrlh.>rs in tin- bul ted slate*, ' amula or Mexico TRS Volumes Of the iWim.r begin arith the firs! Number for January of each year. When no time is mention <1, suti*cription« will beain with the Number current ai nine SfjrSSelpt of order. Bound Volumes of Haki kk i w saki t for three years back, In neat cloth binding, will be sent by mail, po-Mio paid, or b> e*|ir» ss, free of si pense (provided the freight doe-n<>t exe*w<l one dollar |e r voiuim . for IT m» per volume. Cloth ( ase* (Or each volume, suitable for binding will be sent by mail, post paid, on receipt of li.ai) each. Iteiuitian. es should bo made by !*ostofl|re Ho-ley Order or bi aft, to avoid .'hail.* of loss. Newspapers are not to copy this adrer MssdiwiiI without the cs press order of IIak ma a ll■*>T iiek* Addl e*.* ll A ill I U A B HOT Ii SR*. New York. ITS STOPPED FREE BHH Persons iUstorwd i»r KUNK* (.HEAT _ ...... ^Y. V ,C.»f.^ORtR. Av Ast ss i/inw, r„, |> i.,a, ut • VAixiey ii us... U WM v ,*« «,<w tem - - IMS Tun* s. a I IU. I'm I ) .t •atasr ear.SS *«»..« til,.,.. .Mi bo* eh.a "T-Wtffe Tg *M Mtfu UifwK jw Bl.IM sal Ae., «« hi sSsts * Cs - AX va as UT UUU rut* Pa. x-j. Lucan Pfetff en berber ARCHITECT, GEF ER AL 8UPKR1NTKNDENT AND MECHANICAL DRAUGHTSMAN Office on Third st., one door went of Diana, Third Floor. PATENTS. To any persons wishing to citaln letters patent ca new Inrenilons. Impi.a erueBs of designs, I will eie«-Ute it rn wings and sperm cations and make applications for Patents All consultation, in person or by letter, free Lucas Pfeiffenberger, ALTON. ILL. J. SUTTER & SON, • 9 DIALKES lH FINE AND COMMON FURNITURE. A Full and Complete Stock Always on Hand. Da not Fail to Give u» a Call Before Purchasing. Ol’U nu SI ITU ll* BriOMS AKB OK State Strt.ooDosite Third. ALTON. ILL. I ORM) MN. Awful Work of the Cyclone at Clinton, Ky. A LONG LIST of DEAD AND INJURED. The Fiimiel-MtiMped .Keester 'weep* Through the Town Leaving Heath and Destruction In Its Wake -House* and Darn* Demolished and Human Beings Dashed to Death—Several Miraculous Serape* queer Incident* of the Morin. Cl Ut Ton, Ky., Jan 15.— All day Sunday a strong, warm wind blew from the south-w.-»t, and the clouds were driven to and fro by contending currents in th® upper air About 6 p rn. they bugan to lower and a dense, black sheet formed in the southwest and began moi mg down upon us with a roaring not*#, vivid flushes of lightning, and th u nil* mu- pen I* of artillery, and premonitory gust* of a ind At «:*) a spiral-shaped cloud of inky black nm*, throwing off Hparki and halls of electric fire, struck the earth alout two miles southwest of the town, and then found a first victim The section house thta side of the Illinois Central railroad aal pick)-1 up and thrown against the ground, utterly demolishing it and scat ti ring tbs debris along the path In the Line of the Cyclone. It next struck Rd Sublette house, but wa# sattKflfd with moving it from its foundation aud iwi-ting it out of *h«pe His stable*' were to Iwdly damaged that they had to cut bi* hon** out, tieing unable to open any door. Fortunately none wert injured. It next attacked A L. Emerson’# house, scab Wing if. injuring the old man and two chil dren, but not seriously, I hence to the Widow Kiwter’* house, of which not a vcetig* I* left. The widow was seriously injured, but ber two children not so bad. Thence acrose a c< .rn Held to W. I, Kudly’a house, Wiring away all the outhouses, trees, and shrubbery, injuring the bouse but little. It next threw H. VV. Phillips’ bouse from its foundation, blowing out all the windows, lait hurting no one. Then it went down a branch bottom where then* wa* a row of tenement bout#*, destroying every on* The Dead and Injured. Then it Iwgan its deadly work in earnest, tile following being a list of thoac killed and a partial otic of the injured: Killed—J. A Rhodes and two children; Mr*. William Bootie, Burnett Boone, Waiter Nance, and J. W. (laddie and infant. Wounded— Judge E. a Hi*ige, wife, end two children: (J. ii. Gw mn, wrfe, child and father; C. H. Voorhees, chihl and two relatives. Rev, N. W. Little, wife and two children; D, Btubblofleld, aud several inenil#rs of his faintly; Mrs Foster and two children; Mrs. J. A. Khod.-* and child, the child will die; A L. Ktnersou and two chlldrou; A. F. Justt* and child; William Boone and two ohildren; Mr* John W. (laddie and child; Mr*. Jackson; Robert Johnson, Hr., dangerously; Robert Johnson, Jr., dangerously; #. W. Manos, wife and child. R alls Crushed Lilt* ICgg-Khtlli. Htriking John W, Gaddie’s large two-story frame dwelling it crushed the walls like KU egg-shell When (laddie and hie wife became cognizant that a terrible storm was upon them they each caught a child in their arms and awaited their impending doom. It came with terrible swiftness* The wall* fell with a crash, soma of the timhen catching (laddie across the breast, thus crushing bim lo death, bot not injuring the child. Mr of s boat at FLU Pond, about twelve mile* southwest of this place. A not lier boy sod girl cecap-l by dinging to the boat. Dragged to Death by a Hor**. Padi cah, Ky,, Jan. ll— Monday afterturn Mr John Botan, a well known farmer living rear Brooklyn, was ha iling wood on a sled to which was attach'd a young and powerful horse. The animal became frightened and Mr Botan was antnu^l I In she rom, au I was dragged a distance of half • mile He was literally pound* 1 ta piece* aud died tom after. Ii. Items of Interest from Across the Sea. THE EARL OF CAIRNS i3 NO MORE 3000 NEWS FOR BONDHOLDERS el Cs The I defendant ie a Celebrated Bream a* I’ruin I «* Intl Dbl of I tit! animation X the Lungs- -llrlef Sheti h af HI* Lite— The British Consulate et Oporto Atter lied by F ariled I'nrtiig •>#•«•—kCsplorer Stanley Arrives at Cairo. Lokdoh, Jan l.v — Earl cairns died Tuee-day from intl i aune tens of th- lung*. He nae born lim. JI, lKdl. and »ucceeded hie father April J, RWV. Earl (airns became tueeessful Bn ting af • Scheme .Mayor Grace of New York. Nkw York Jan 15.—It was reported a Wall street Monday afternoon that the gov eminent of Peru had Anally signed the con tract placing the railroad of that chantry in the bauds of what is called the Bondhold quite prominent several years ego, when, os ar*'aim elation This wa schema that es- VfcomjtU Uarmoyle. be wae sued for breach Mayor Grace has been mglneering fur aev of promise by Mina F'fteeque, the actress, erat years Concerning It be said Monday that he had not received any net!Aration of the signing and that the affixing of the alg catur*- wa* only • meterr of form th* whole bu-fnees bering been arranged Dig f'ootwtalou* Granted. He added that bw brother. Michael P Grace, who was in London, bad cetin charge of ah the correspond*net and bego Ration* in connrekiuu with the plop Tnt* contract relieves the govetnmtsut of Peru of the reqjorwlbJiity of the foroifb loans of IWW, i-7i and icTV, and the aDvenuusQt gives in exchange all the railr<MH» (ten Ifn**r now in Peru for a term of sixty six year* Free introduction of metenak for the wark tng of the railroads Is gras tad as well as the us# of the government wharves The Quean Deposits. Bondholders are given the right of working all the guano deposits, and th# govern men! of Peru will have to pay to tbs bond hold'-rs A*uh# yearly for thirty-three years, and the payment is secured by the vevrouax of the custom hum# to Cathro It is fur tber stipulated that the hobJbokVm will have to complete Inside of throe year* tbs Un * - “ TUB KARI Of rAIHXK. who obtained a verdict of EIO,OOO damagee En*! IKrn He -ulwequatiUy married Olivia Her ens He was the second son of Earl Cairns, the eminent lawyer, state* * from ( aliso to < *rova and from Chieiayc ^,1 judge, who was attorney general ^(li .ya ii»M p» iiulld irtit miles elsewhere from lo Oelotar, IWW, and for mar y Bagh, the first ■«, died in infancy, and Arthur W ii had. now deiwaeHd, honan J heir to the estate and UU* Tbs bondholders ;.ay to Peru LBMIX) aa soon Urd chancellor of frighted es th# contract is approved end AUD,(JUD in even payments beginning three rn oaths after th# Hpproval A MILLIONAIRE’S BEQUESTS lls Give* Heir MI* Fortune to the Protectant Episcopal Clioi. h. New Tong, Jan. IS -Th*- will of (bs late John H. Hchornberger, the mUltonauv iron manufacturer of PtttoUirg, Ik, wha resided during m#nt years in this city, wa* flied in the surrogate’* utile* Mottler morn lug. He gives about one-half hie estate Ie The Aegta-Portngneae Difficulty. Lisnuv. Jan 15.—Renhor (James has express* I to the Hritieh mini-dry his regret at the insults ufftrud by the rioter* Huntley. He ae-ii red the minister thai oil the persons roil ov reed kl the outrage will I# pun lobed. At Of* it hi a public meeting has been called Lo protest fig al ii *1 the se bm last na to England's demands In Lisbon there ie rn movement for the formation <if a |ietriotic hi* relative*. HU executors are authorized league to put into ole-ration an Internationa] to convey certain real estate in the Bevent!; “boycott” against English cotnntdtw. wan! of the city of Pittsburg. Pa, for Lht erection aud maintenance there*« of build Palls la with Better's tteheese. lug* for a free Proteetaat church ko*|iita! Baiwaxia, Jan. 15 —For enw time past a asn memorial t*.i !.-* ta tor’s <h«*'eased tire* scheme has been uiuter consnienition uoo-wi/e. which -hall I# known ae ti# Nit Mar-1 uaipl*ting the sertk-nieat and dvihaatMm of garot Memorial hcspitaL" Fur the dimple the uptmr Congo oountry by means of col lo tion of ibis benefaction the will further -Ii ro te the cijvndttun* of |A5°,OOU. Other Hencfortlon*. The sum of f HlO,IGh is given lo Trinity church of Pittaburg, on condition of r**taD liahing free daily eurvkea. cr alternately, Ic tb*< tuidowment of the b«ia|)ttaL Tke Chunk Home oesociation of Allegheny county, Penn. rn va rte fflft.nrm the ” bishop flea bury Miiwloo," of Muine-de #3A.flW*. th* board of nhiwMO- of the Protestant FpUcc pal church In the dlocme of Pitteburg, in the dtocme of '.,„ldie was knocked eenseiem, f.Ki,(W>; the Mswiouary society of the nan* and when she liecame conscious the heard b>*r husband groan and then be beearn* I silent. Then ber little child began calling I "Mamma." She was burt and the children were severely bruised. The bouse of Mr. Gwynn® was picked up, carried about IOO feet, and deposited in tbs yard of Judge W. F. Boone, a complete wreck. Four in the family were slightly injured Horrible Detail*. On the opposite side of the street were the J residences of W F. Boone. J. M. Jones, J. W. Nance, A F. Justle, C. FL V nor bee*, E, C. Hodge. They were all completely de aoli* bed and the tom ates all more or lea* Injured. The infant child of E. C Rodg* was blown out of the house and when found was dead, Its little neck broken. William Bootie'* house was next destroyed, killing Mr*. Boons and one son. Tho boy wa*; found WOO yards from his house, the back part of bb head torn away. Next the atom came to J. H. Graham's two-story bouse. The lower story gave way and the appel spiry settle-1 down cm it, catching him and ! his son Ray among its thrillers end injuring them severely, breaking the young mal ii thigh All th# rest of the family, nine in all, escaped with slight bruises Home Htrange Incident*. Next Robert Johnson’s large bouse win swept out of existence, injuring lait two ol the family slightly. Gave Stubblefields wa* the lost that wax blown down, only ans small side room being left standing. Mr*. Taylor’* re-iilen*'> on lite elgcof the fiat I was blown front Its foundation, but did not fall Home strange incidents happened during the storm. The r<«ffng blown from th* boarding hall of Clinton college wax blow u bock in an oj»p- t-ib- direction from the general direction of the wind. Ifead liir<l*. horse*, cows, pigs and gee*# were found' strewn along its counts All the fences wcr* torn and Mattered, the peats were twisted out of tim ground. Bushes and shrubbery were twisted end tiirashwl against tit* ground. It wa* all over in fifteen minutes. Then such a fit**! of rain fall as wax never witnessed hers before. Frusea ta Death. Rock Hrmuma, Wv., Jan. IA—William M> Edward*, a prom I melt businea* man of this place, went into the mountain* hunting Hu rn lay morning with a nzupaska. A! snow »lorn t < ame up and the weather turned bitterly auld. B- th ncn lea ait# greatly ex haul. ted McEdward'* oonipaiuon wa* OompeUed to leave him and make hie way to I Rock Hitringa, r.achmg there ladly frosea. A searching jariy went out after M*>Ed> war*In. whom Hwy found so Imdly froaen that he di<d Moi.day morning. church, located in New York, MYt.flTO Th* remainder of the mtate Is to be beld by th* em* utor* in trust, sad ax anon aa nractinabk the further mint of E^flG.onO tx to Se added to the endowment of the At Margaret bow pitaL NEWSBOYS ON A STRIKE. An Pl"* Lztng the region with wbieub-1 negro** Imported from America. The plan Is rapidly aiprneching maturity and bae the approval King Lwipdd and th* bulk of the Belgian west African traders. A Biol al Oporto. Lintel*, Jan. Id—There was rioting In the Knew of Oporto Monday night Tbs mob shouted "flown with EnglandT And attack'd the Brl I lab consulate. AU the window# were smashed In. The rioters mad* attempts to enter and sack the budding, hut were prevented by the pollen Stanley (teaches rialto. Cai (so, Jan. Ii—Hoary NL (Bantay and his party have arrived here They were met by G*ei Grenfell and Rtr Evelyn Baring, the official representative* of Great Britain, and received a hearty welcome Ca pl. O’Khea neaten In Ow# FalnL Lnsnns, Jan. 15.- The chargee of contempt at court brought through ihpt O’Hhe* against three aeeiqaj*#* for ccen-lusnting mi his divorce prewvwdings have been dlamiseed with Costa A Britt*!* Cor sui Inawftwd. Lost" m. Jan. 15 —The eonsnl of Graal BritaiQ la Hay# has reported in Lord Hall# bury that bs bae been subjected to grow insult by the Haytlan g<> comment. The Trouble Over In riharleroi. I/wtei, Jan lA—The mhtr owners la the Charleroi dMxlct have nmn-sded ti# dsinaiwte made by th*/ striking miner*, and the men bate rmuued work. King Alfnnwi Alay Get Well. MamuR, J aa 15- Alfuuaoh corrlitkio co* Uo*i a to Improve and his rest neat kin In perfect hmlth I* «**.»ideri-l rvrtaln. A MVSTERIOUS ROBBERY. Advanee la th* Price et Paper* reuse* th* Trouble. Bt rralo, N. Y., Jan. 15—Turn hundred newsboy* mads thing* lively bere MW)lay afternoon. They were all on strfke owing to I the advance in price of tbs evooitq; pa;era A few days ago The Times, News, and Com marc tai ann* mined to the newsboy* that os and after Jan. It they would bs charged an advance of 90 jut cent for their papers The notice tank effect Monday and th* rw snit wa* a strike. Rcareely IOO pajaer* were sold on the streets bere previous to A o'clock, when they were sold by men De!*• rmined I* WI* the "lrthe. Several attempts to aoli papers were Blad* by boys. but as soon ax en* mad* his appear anc* na the si met with a bundle of papers hr wax immediately mobbed and his papers tora | into fragment* He wee then warned and lf j pe wax caught again he wvold bs nnktal by a sever* (-mudtng. One Attle mkt* aw# mewl I #u taily a1 ut I **1 The poBos were not able to prtWHTvc order and aevoral spsnmis were Incorparaled Into aor Mea Cries at “seal-1" ware beard ail day and stick* and bricks were need freely ae w«mpons ami by 3 o'clock a newsboy sh!hog papers could not he found. The boys ai# determined to win the SghL Died sit th* Ag* mf IOO. Mii.wAVKkit. VTI*., Jon 15—Mrs. Jan* McOeoggie, who wa* the uldeat person living in Mil Waukee county, lf not in the stele, >IW at the county kospital Monday eight at th* age of UM year*. Bh* wax Ijorn ta Rcotiaad. but came to this oountry with her parents about a century ago Mr*. K. I<*r» Alien, at this city, a relative of Mrs. McGenggl*, ha* paid the old ladyV tnaintsnance at tiw taw ; . i,|tai. During the last years of tar life Mrs ^ eXpri»- offli lais refn-e to -ay anything, MoGeoggie haeame somewhat 'leman!.*! aud »«*•»*• workinf on a theory of conepiracy sh* imagined ber relatives were proescutiug , H**! etnfdnyxe __ Bl# Palier* at Jaehoww, MW). Procured Their Charter* by Fraud. Jar aw*#, MU# , Jan 15—Jarhwm tx ill iMDiAMAtaiua, Jan. 15-W K Brmitairy th* midst of a huge inaarial miwatiou s|H<cial deputy of the auditor of the (gate hat frow A Bee tealalalug nil.OOO Htelea aa Msprexe Co*))•»»J. Pa I J. as, Tex., Jan 15—A mysterious robbery, by wHk v h the Well*-Fargo Express coriijwiiy ken |ll,IBl. eros committed bene Honda v The money wax in a bog in the eompanyN offlo* In this city Munday morning. but it d.sapi*wrvd during the day. Hu parte tend not <1iri*fen*>>n arrived bere fran Hmistna Ifomlay night sad is w.wiring on the (eu# Edward Ferry, the local agwit, says no trace of th* box or its contents can bs bawd, lait he thinks It may bav* »*»*» udxxant Tbu theory wa* «xpl<»lei Mnmlay night by teb grams from el) iniuixeigcc* win. have gone i*it •« runs mix* the loblwy. reported to that offl<#r that the charter* la sued to the Continental Mutual and American Mutual Fire Insurance oowijiaflies. 4 Michigan (Yty, Ind., should tie iwvokaii He has for a mouth or more been tnvesGgAtiiig the affairs of th® compense named, aud found that they had pmurel their char tor* to do basinal in this state through fraud. Probably Perished to the Mono. ( aluaut, S, W. T.. Jan. 14.» Th ma lay inoriiing a young man named John McDonald -tar(m1 from Rowd»ud with a team and xl*igh to drive a Mrs. VViixou and thr'xe chit* (teen to G ta taken. They have am li***i» boud from *»«)■•«*. sud it ta th- ught they must bav* prrtah-d in th- sh .rn* of Tlmi aday night, which * a* very -evens in that Miction. The mounted |- I;* , arc out in search of them. Mraldt-tl Im a Vat of Rolling (t atar. OutM> UaI'Id- Mich., Jan r> - Thomaa Bb add- fell into a vat of boiling w afer at the v«*rw#r work* Monday afterntmi and was so terribly scalded that he died in the evening. Peer « Mid ran Drowned. ("aku\. Ilia, Jan. 15—Two boys and two girls were drowned Sunday by the capsizing Rough Deal am a Newspaper. Milford, Ma#, Jan. 15 — The editor, business manager, local editor and new* foreman oi The Dally Journal ar® wittering from "la grip;#", and two-third* of the coot posing force are Juri reoovertng fnon the malady. TV- wivi« of »h<* editors and hew-man are seriously UL Out cf thirteen suburban correspondent*, etaveo ara CO with Influenza, and R. IX K oran, of Hopktnton, died Handay night from it* rtf'-eta A Whole faintly Poisoned. Kirk woe ti, BU, Jan. Ii Tho family of Orion lo it an* fall, a farmer, partook heartily of rich for dinner Hu aday and were ail taken sick soon after with symptom* af poironing. A physician administered remedies aud they ar* now in a fair way to recover. The itaeg* T Mmflh Middling* thurifer company has failed with liabtliiw* et IYK*, DUD It Is said #>* sate will atvmt equal the Unlit lith— Th® Purifier company was reurgantavl f # -my days ago, but the cr#I Ror* prtawing their claim* forced the sn» penakir*. Th® hlam® for th* failure ie laid to th* extra*ogata# and rccktaamiUM cd Georg* T Hmitii The principal creiUteire ! air the Ja kern Otty bank, flff.UVi, and the Brenton National hank, of Detroit, |H5,- 1 ooh A Mtlweuhev firm AmI#*a Mn wa* *ks. Wig, Jan. lf.—Th* IV. IL Hchmtdl Ha*h end Door (v>m|>a«y assigned to Frwteriita D* Voc, of this city, M-«<la> (light, for till QUI Th® note, inriudtng a large sum hi outstiaBdiiig accoonhi, sn i|«otei ai |id,AU0. R me tim* ago th* com-|xuijr wax crippled (bt the Imriilug of its fac-. tory rt ta - sp-■-••b«d that creditor* will be i laud in full ______ Dim cf a River steamer. Hoxie, Ark., Jan. 15—The stannic* Deck vt burned Monday night on Curranl rival . Loos about |!5,<«JU No lives were |u»L Hic freight and steamer will be a total I km A RARE INVESTMENT. One I hi im! fed Acm* Of Und, Adjoining Upper Alton, wit Ii House containing 19 rooms, Barn, and oilier outhouses. Will be Hold for little more than mortgage now upon the place. Sale Must be all Cash, MaF* /*drites de^ring to invest M Jarm Mu/'•tai*' on rw d do bettor than if toes ti-HtT j'Ue this propertyi (me of th* ehenp-PGT it mar offend armtryl Alton. $&’ re rf act I\ th. 1 Property uh ll ami rn tut lee tm Id. DOSSEY & HANN 310 BELLE STREET. EVERYTHING NEW. JR STOCK OF— Carpets, Oilcloths, Linoleums, Rugs, CURTAINS and CURTAIN FIXTURES, Is now tv un plct# end on rxhttiiiisn In ear hniesrooms n i# TUB LA Rd HHT, H AN1>,H( IM HHT ANI) MOST ArrKA( TI VII ARRO* OK (1001)8 IN THIM UVE EVER BROUGHT TO ALTON It will do you good to I'Mik It over whether you buy or not. Rut rh# ■ > , grout aud th** i r! - » t >' •••»•% • t ••(*> i - in r>-«tai ilism I h.eemeti UpTTQQPf Q ' ' * i-‘ ga» in iwts a mi DilU OO Ll I JO Tapestry arc I NM' ful and artistic rh# TfTf! D I TkTril sr* o.« *l>eciaily attractive, and th* ran, ti fog ton so WM- *■ J I M R A I d o , n,.**-. i * nm DATT A D l v ■ I a hat ar* h.HHtad ta, make a re^is cajpte A I a r g * r Alii oUUAltlii^ , 'PTTfQ !»' vrim* Mease tx»t. Rheen nm and Black H«nr -kia. XVUvJO. OIL ('LGI I IR and IJNoLKi Mn ingrout varl**y. CURTAiBS and CU WAI g riaivil A. J. HOWELL: DUH AO UNM AkOSUlS race I'Orc to $75 oq. T**l C*'u,.« sun ixia not! ma em f ■ /• ti .. — I HAVE NOffdSfilTATIOM IN RLOOM MENDING Garland Slings anil Ranges THEIR HIGH REPITATION FOR DURABILITY, ECONOMY OF FUEL, CONVENIENCE, ARTISTIC FINISH STAMPS THEM AS THE Best in til© World. Ilia the conHtaat aim of th# manufacturer *o malta lilt vary Baal Stoat that tan be prod u cc I. TI! KY AUK UNRIVALED. Sold uoty by A. Ll. FLOSS Third 8treat, app. Belle, Telephone RS. Cold Weather Calls for Warmer Clothing. And so I would state to those in Need to Call and Examine my Stock of Is. SWS, FiaoDfil Skirts. And many other t' ings which tend to make a person Comfortable in Cold Weather. At Prices to Suit Everybody. FT W TiPhnp JLL. JL , .JLJUllllO, IQS Third st.
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