Alton Daily Telegraph, January 17, 1890

Alton Daily Telegraph

January 17, 1890

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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - January 17, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON 1JAILY TELEGRAPH. VOLUME 29. ALTON, ILL., FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 17. 1890. NO. 186 Dr. J. W. Enos’ Sanitarium, ALTON, IIL.IL.. DR. ENOS announces that h« haft established in a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the TREATMENT OF ILL CURABLE DISEASES. , BI    iBMKa.     __----- ——SB - XI .I Hull —— 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 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 SANITARIUM is high, and the surrounding are free from all noxious influences. It is readily reached by the Second street horse cars,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 its compounds; Baths, Douches, Massage, Inhalation, Nursing, etc.,’are provided as may be required by pa* Hents, in addition to such other treatment as may be deemed advisable. A LARGE HOLARIUM For Sun Baths and exercise in cold and inclement weather, eta., Is provided. Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and rsoeives his daily personal attention. Now Oi>en FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS. For further information address Or. ENOS at the SANITARIUM, corner of George and Third sts., Alton, III. prompt house oi I NMO. HARPER’S WEEKLY. ILLUSTRATED. Oabtbb's Wuk (.I bas n nHi iwtalillshed farts* th* Catling illustrated ii*** lo America. The fairness i»f it. *111. ital euminents on curr*nt politic* ho* tarsed tor It th* respect and c>ufUl*‘nc* of all Im-Mrtl*I roaders. and th* variety anti excel (•ne* or IU literary contents, which Include serial and abort •tori*. in th** b***t and moll popular writers, Bt It for th** i*ru*al of i***o !>*• 0* Ut wides) rang* of taxies anti our sails. Th** wbshlt supplements ar* or 1** markable variety, Intel <*t ami value No expense Ie spared to tiring the highlit <»r .tic ahint) to tn*ar up.,a the Ult!* der of artist Walton af the cbmnji.-ful phew*** >»f bon)** and torelgn bichir*. A Mexican romance, fr<«m •be pen of Thomas A Janvier, aul app. ai In th* Waaai.r in lwu. HARPER’S PERIODICALS. PKB YEAB. HARPER’S WEEKLY................U    OS HA RTK It'* H o.i/INK .......... I    UK HARI’BK 8 It A/ A It ................  I    un HARPER’S TOI St* PEOPLE    i    .Al Pottage free to all »ub*<nix*rs in the I al * led States, (anatta or Mexico Til* Volume, of th** Vt aa a i.f Im**Ih with the Brat Number for January of each >**ar. When un time i* mentioned. sn'.scrip ti,, us Will begin with th* Number current at time of reeelpt of order. HouatfVolume* of Uakpkm's Wk*kit for three year* back, In neat cloth binding, will be Milt by man.    paid,    or    by    express. free af expense {provided the freight doe** not ex*****! one dollar per volumes for 17 *»• per volume. Cloth Ca*** for each volume, suitable for 1 binding will be tent by mali, i*ost paid, on receiptor IMS each. Remittance* should Ive made by I*, .stunk* Money order or Draft, to avoid chance of toe* Newspaper* ar* aul to copy this adver I M.emen* without the express order of Hah ran a Ha. m s rn* Address HAKl'hU a » Birr UK ES, Hew York. ITS STOPPED FREE /.srttrwsMssrt .......WSf/f "KTOREJt fm Se**. 4/moh, JO*., • rsLLiSL* ll UfcrnuStraruJ >> i Th ■■*—    *    ■ Ss. Ik*? JULIUS H. RAIBLE. Reotifler, Importer AND WHOLESALE DEALER IN WIMES and LIQUORS Tbs 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 Select 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. Ail Goods delivered free of cbsrge. Orders by mail will receive attention. store and Office cor. Fourth and Beliefs., Warehouse on Fourth at., between Belle and Fiats. Lucan Pfeiffen berger ARCHITECT, GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT AND MECHANICAL DRAUGHTSMAN Office on Third st., one door west of Piaaa, Third Flo«*r. PATENTS. To any person* wishing to ir.tttln letters patent ca hew inventions, ImprovemisRs or designs, I will execute dr*wings and sp#, in muon* ami make applications tor l*at*at« AU consultation, In person or bf letter, free Lucas Pfeiffenberger, ALTON. ILL. .J. .SUTTER A SON, DEA (.KIU) 111 FINK AND COMMON FURNITURE. A Full and Complete Stock Always on Hand. >1 not Fail to Give us a Call Before Purchasing. ol e n it* ITV tut mains auh as State Strt. onDOsite Third. ALTON. ILL. I TERK MON. The Boiler of a Ste«.m Shovel Blows Up. MANY “EOPLE BURNED AND BRUISED. Wesley Francis, * Heller It* pal rer, Ko Ha.ll. Injured That He Died on the IVay .0 the Hospital—A List of the Other Victims—-Portions of the Boller Blown a Distance of * Quarter of rn Mil#—Other Accidents. Nrw Hriohtox, Pa, Jan. 17.—At iiA< Wednesday afternoon lite boller of the sham shovel used by the Pittsburg and lake Erie Railway comism y in excavating at Fallston, Pa , exploded with such force that several pieces were blown across the river and driven into til* ground a fourth of a mils away. Beside* the regular force employed in run auig the machinery a number of I ta darn end conductor* and engineer of train No. I ware sitting in a tool car back of the shovel All were more or We* injured. Weairy Francis, of Mount Washington (Pittsburg), repairer of boilers and engine*, who had Just arrived, had both leg* broken and was badly mangled. He died on his way to the hospital. A List of the Injured. The Injured were; Jam** Hooper, fireman, of Elisabeth, Pa, fare burned and ann liroken, serious. Mart Dicky, of Fallston, burned shout hands and fare; Pat Sullivan, labor ar, fare and head burned, and hand brained; William Mock, burned about the fare: conductor of gravel train, burned about the face; Italian, name unknown. face burned; Italian, name unknown, eye* burned; William Rioe, bruised and burned; William Orifflti, engineer, head cat; John Anderson, William Morgan, James Fender, cranemen, and William Htewart, slightly injured; Ben Jackson, of Fallston, at first reported missing, is all right ( anse of the Biplosion Unknown. The boiler seemed to lie in good condition tind the gauge indicated forty pounds of steam. The cause of the explosion has not been determined, but the machine has been in use for many year*. TIM* tool car caught fire and two barrels of oil stowed therein in (•fessed the (Detraction. AU wiudown la the vicinity were liroken and the shovel demob bited Dr. McConnell, of this place, treated the injured, after which they were sent to the West Pennsylvania hospital at Pittsburg    ’ _ Killed by an Flcetrtc NbMik. ll a HTV* )Kn, Com).. Jan. 17.—Oscar Williams, employed at the Cushman Chuck works, was kil led by an electric shock. The men in the factory have lent in the habit of amusing themselves by touching electric light wires that run past the window* and receiving alight shocks Wednesday Williams thus gras)ted a wire while leaning serous a steam radiator. The current from Die wire |«<«wd through his body to the radiator and killed him. The current was an alternating one, of about I,UUU volta Collapse of a Huge Tank. JxmuMONvu.LS. 1ml. Jan. 17. —Ari HO, (MIU gallon tank in th* Jeffersonville, Madison and Indianapolis yards collapsed Wednesday morning while carpenter* were at work upon it. Joe Gable, cdf Columbus, was fatally burt Lowell McLoud, of Columbus, was liadly hurt, and William Hohn. of OotheffvUle, was slightly Injured. The ground was torn up for tome distanen The lo* t< the company is Id .OOM The cause is supposed to have bena the xwelling of th* dry Umber*. _ Fifteen Men Nearly Suffocated. N< KTH Adams, Mass, Jan. IT.—Fifteen men were overcome by gas in Ho mar tunnel Wed new lay afternoon, and several bardy escaped suffocation. They were brought here, and It is thought all will recover. Tin- damp a eat her seems to Interfere with tlx- circulation of the air In the tunnel, making it dangerous for workmen to remain luxide. Afro-American Convention. CntOAOO, Jan. 17.—At the morning see aion of the Afro Ainericsm convention the following officsn ware elected; President, W. A. Pledger, Georgia; vice president*, J. A. Brockett, Mississippi, J. II Davis, New York, Dr. Hurd, Pennsylvania. A. Manning. Indiana. W. L Martin. Ohio, J W. Malone. Iowa. H. B. Bell, W isooasin, 8. P. Hornell, Missouri. A. H Baboett, Nebraska. T. T. Huiuuona, District of Columbia, J. (J. Adams, Miuneuota, K W. M'«>re, llUnoa, and one from each of th* other -tate* rap* resented; secretary, J. H. I si ham. Missouri ; assnstant secretary, H C. Built h, chaplain. Rev. A. Johnson. The newly-sleried president was escorted to th* chair and wad* a speech upon th* negro (jueetian. I loin lu ton Parliament Opened. Ottawa, Out, Jan. 17,—The Dominion parliament opened Thursday with curio-mary cern! 1 tues. Thsipcrh *.eliversd by the governor gen' rat deals with the Behring sea ques'km as follows:    “In c*.u»*>queiice of rapes! ta I st sunw by United 8 tau* cruisers of Canadian vs**! I* while employed rn the capture of seals in the Sebring sea the Canadian government has prana* I on the un-par tai government the Muwdty of protecting Canadian shipping whit* engaged in law. ful pursuit, and guarding against assume Uon by any one nation of exclusive rights ta the Hein tug sea. Th* hop* sf en early aud satisfactory settlene-ut may be Indulged fix" _ Bed of th* Aharon Cee*. Ha* FkaVCHH'o, Hsp 17. —Jmig# Hhafter, in the supt Hor court Wednesday, rendered a decl>x*» in the Kbarun esse which virtually ends that famous litigation Judge Hiiafler held that tie- decree <if th* United Bude* circuit court, by which the alleged marriage contract between William Khar on and Barah Althea Hill was declared a forgery and ar-dt-rid cam lied, was in force in all court*, aud that the contract has no legal existence. He ordered the Bhsrou oane postponed lode finitely Hotel Destroyed by Fir*. I’uncon, Win, Jan. 17.—The Union botel, owned and run by John Her well, was burned to the ground Wednesday morning. Th# fire wee discovered about Ii HU oMock The inmates being asleep, th# fir# was under great headway before H was dleouvered it •tarted under the kitchen floor in mum saw* dust. wbi h made a den** mjvAw end Hearty suffocated the guest* Nothing ae* saved except the piano. There was no m-uramv on tie* Lu ii-iraq or furniture. Lose, AX,Oft* A bd aru «l Bls Motor-In-1 «w. MAMOK, iud., Jan IT.—Paul Hellers was arres^Mt Wednesday charged with the abduction at UM astor in-law, Mum Celina Law br x>tte, to Dunkirk, where he paeeed brr off r» hi* w if I The* girl wee rec* » «rwd am- rtAtnred to her pal anta Seiler,, m in jail. I be prisoner bes a wife and two chil .Iren at New Albany, lad. i.igs a< follows; Cincinnati custom house uid jsi t« tike, f A.UJl); Grand Rapids, Mtch,, Mist.-rn home and poatoftkw, ll,WO; New York nistom bouse, fAd.uOfl; Peoria, Ilia, wstoflt.v etc.. SIO 0 to Horsey Not III. Wanrinoton City, Jan. IT.—Thew I* no foundai ion for the report that stephen WL Dorsey is IU, The ex-senator Is h**r* in the JSM of h aith, hevlng left bb* rancii in Now Mexico lust Thursday. He will spew) part of the winter here. CELEBRATED BY PRAYER. rh* First Bill Peened by the boulh Dakota! *la tit re. Pierh*, 8. D., Jan. 17.—The find bill .*»wad by th* legislature of Hnuth Dakota -cached the governor at exactly St:*) p ta, IIM Mil ie senate bill No. 4, and entitled “An act to provide for tie refunding of th* (aik (tending indebtedness of the stat* of Hsutk Dakota. It authorise* the governor to tp-putat a commission of three to make a final adjustment of the accounts North aud South Dakota, and to mine the a count of floating indehtHdness •uislanding against th* territory, and what part thereof shall be apportioned to the dates of Mouth and North Dakota.” Both houses adjourned for five minutes to celebrate the even! After loud cheering prater was called fir, and the t wo houses in joint tmendiiy bowed theft heeds while a fervent prayer was said by the chaplain, asking that this first act of the new commonwealth he blessed by th* Omnipotent, and that all other acts may be worthy of the sam* WHOLESALE HANGING. The investigating Committee Begins Its Work. PROMINENT PEOPLE ON THE STAND. Ma Mea (elevated at For! Smith, Ark., for Murder. Fort Burnt, Ark., Jan. 17.- Ham (tango, James Bania, John Belly, Thomas WHiss, Jefferson Jones and Austin James were hanged her* shortly after IS o'clock Thor a day. Tliey were all half-breeds and convicted of murder. A Policeman tor Referee. Chic Ado, Jan 17.—Capa Fitzpatrick, of th* Central detail of polios, was the referee at th* athletic eatertainuant at Battery ll Wednesday night He would net allow any 1 lugging nor anybody alas to act as either referee or tenond, but Gonad the affair, being tacked in hie mansgsnieul by a large delhi of officers in uniform and al lewis' rtothea As a result Harry Gilmore and MUiy My or did not box eight rounds with (oorotuw gkivas. They had to wear right-ounce glovm, spar for points, end no derision was allowed After four even round* My ar I-gen forcing matter la the Aith and th* affair was stopped lin ing Circuit tor Indiana. Isnt a saw > ta, Jan. IT.—Representatives from Edinburg, Indianapolis, Rushville, (’embridge City, and Columbus met Wednesday and organ land the Central Indiana circuit, with Bruet* Carr,of ladiou* polis, pres! dent, and George Bronson, of Cambridge City, secretary. Dates for meetings were agreed upon ae follows Edinburg, May 17; Indianapolis, June IU; Rushville, Juno IT; Cambridge City, FT, and Columbus July I, racing beg in mug on Tuesday of each week and continuing four days Premiums will be from fkM) aud #*«• Vt. C. T. V. Circular. Chi* AUO, Ilia, Jan. 17.—The National Woman'* Christian Teoqierancs union has keuisl a circular to the non ■seeding whit* ribboned! of Iowa instructing them to elect '-Cicer* in place of the sswkn, and continue their work as heretofore, waiting for Die organisation af the low* W C. T. U. The circular says that the W C T. I', is intact and that the Natoma) W, C. T. V. has always been organically non-partisan and that loyally to that organisation doss not rn ran tost white ribboned must indorse th* Pfohl bitten party. Tbs lewa Deadlock Continues. Dm M<(Irks, Iowa, Jan. 17.—Th* bourn mal at the usual bour Thursday morning and |ir Kwsdsd to choose meta A paginal-tine in the form af rn res.-lotion wa* made hp the Republican*, and Joshed to ward permanent organisation It provided that tbs present acting speaker be continued, and that th* bow**- proceed to swear in tueoibsra. This was not accepted, and a modem to adjourn, made by tbs Bspublksui side. Was lost. On a roll cedi to elect a (Wk th* vote stood 47 to It. The buoae then adjournal Ballot Croaked ne** lu Massa FTrrariKLD, Mass. Jan IT.-Th# grand Jury summoned th* election officer* at precinct A to appear before It ami testify to regard to the disappearance of forty-00# (•awd* from a package of 1,4ft* smit by th# secretary of stat* to Town Clerk IY-utkw before the late election. W Im* the jxw kags was delivered to the pee net office the seal was broken and forty one ballot* were goo*. Mr. I‘natl**, in an intsrview, denim all knowledge of the affeir. The matter is a lanai political oui sat!on Mr. Powderly Still Hick. kk'HANTun. Pa, Jan. IT.—General Master Wurka*an Fowderiy is etill Bch al kl* hums in this atef, end Is not abl* to Mar* th* bowse. The warrant fur his arrest wa# reed to hist on the day that it was received Mr Powderly accepted th* service aud said that he would accompany the c«,astable to aa alderman and give bail, a* boob as he w** well enough. The »>ii#table I* now waiting until Mr Pow lindy sends hun word that he ie willing to he arrested. _ Claim a ax.000,000 toto biaumoHam. Conn., Jon. 17 —-Frwieriek Baldwin and hie cousin, Mrs. I'vttiperre, of Ban Francisco, claim to he heil* to a M.UUO,-UUU setal* in Ban Francisco. Frederick aud KUhu Baldwin left New Maven fur California in I**, <m the ship M. ulamue, end wgre so an—ful la nnaiag. They m vested in 1 aal ee&ate, which ie now the beet part of Mao Francisco A lawyer ie la town buat-lag up recurds to prove their fllaBu before the coart next (prtag. Prison Ibor la New York. AuiaHY, N. Y., Jan. IT —There is excitw ment la labor eirclre in this ady over the faot ti vt it has beooose known that the Albany penitentiary will pat the amvis** at work in a prison laundry A <*«ntract wee made some moo (ha ago with Howard Pad dpek, a former attach* ut the penitentiary The contra.-t is run for three year*, and will probably lead to Mw repeal of the pew* ant contract tatar law. Th* Stewart Will Case. NKW Y(VM, Jan IT—It Is behaved the! at a mewing Wednesday of roan sri encaged in th* fitowart wi'l ease, a coin promts* wm agreed on. by which Judge Hilton elandon* {art of lh# estate to the Ooh'* (tauts, in coo oidn-at! rn of a release of all (latins from them. The value of th* property gained by the (-OU UM tea lf is rumor* I to iv |5,Oft),OOO, hut uo authentic figures ar* obtainable Hon. William McKinley Testifies That His Name Higned to a Paper Dated July I, I RSH, Ie a Forgery—The Ret rec den In Th* C'inelanakl Commercial delete* —K>-<lovsra*r Fore*cr on th* Witness Mend—Congresslon al. W ash mu tor City, Jan 17.—The select n amu it tor of the hows* to inveetigato th* sieged ballot-box contract and the Cincinnati .’organ## during th* recent gubernatorial Mmpaign in (hilo, began it* seaskuui Than* lay morning, with Mason of Illinois in tim •hair Representative Hirable, who I* auf faring from the “grip” we* the only member it the committee absent Mr. Mason opened Uhs proceedings by laying before the oocn-jiittee a communication from HanstonHher-nan, Bt-**bridge, McPtarwm. and Hepre-•Mi ta ti ves Buttorworth, Bnckonridge of Kentucky, McKinley, aaJ Justice R. Whiting, requiting th it as it wa* cUelrobie to Uav# a I Mil and inqjarltal inveatigalkm, (hay would Uhs Itopreeentativf Groawmor to ald ii examkiiug witnemes and rendering other minima*** Th* Fires WUK es*. The r. quest wa* gi wa tad wad Mepreeewto ive Grosvenor said that all of the gentlemen who ware ceasenied in the matte** in hand desired to testify. Representative McKinley of Ohio was the first wiunva Th* :hainmui presented a paper dated "Washington. July t, Ih**," (the forged ballot box mbecriptioo Usti and asked if the witness had ever seen the paper and if th* name "W ll dam McKinley. Jr.,” signed to it was his own Mip nature Mr MrJCialay mid he saw a paper ii rat Dr ta appearance (tv th* first flmn etwnt a month ago. iii'pc—qts live Ba Mer worth showed Bpi him. The denature was aet his own. ID knew nothing about the matter except what had bern to the aewepapars and never heard about th* ballot-box PHI until the Dot campaign. TH# Pager I* mono need a Forgery. Judge Juxtin liar men. of Clar in na k, who was counsel for Governor (tonpl' ll ne the tai kit-bit forgery case, was next railed Heeas shown the jxqw-r datol **Washington, July fi, I MNK," Mid ashed to ted all he knew about It The witness had a ever seen the |*pr bef ora He sail that Jam** E Murray had cai lei on idm after the forge-1 paper appeared in a ('uicinnati newspaper. and (add the imper was a forgery, and had )<t*en got up in hts office. He secured three •ftldavit* that day. The next dor be called on Murat Halstead at the offloa of Th* Commercial Gnartte, ami demanded to am the paper Mr Ha)stead mid th* paper woe in the Bnf* De|Kaut company’s vault, bot be produced a phot-graphic reproduction of it, Halstead’s Rctrnvtien. The wltnes'i told Mr. Halstead the paper wa* a forgery and the matter was allowed to rest for iwunty-fonr bour* Tbs next morning Mr Halstead pubhrhsd HD retraction in The Cumtperoial Gaaetla. On the sum morning be received a not* from Mr. Hal-Kbad stating tliat he bad become oevtaxet that the paper was a forgery and he hoped that every effort would be made to probe the affair. In the Interview with biol Mr Halstead said lie had become suspicious regarding th** paper an th* afternoon of tho day the forged pap-r appeared Iii hi* Journal. He never ascertainad where Halstead sera ml th* forged paper TV tar gar. Wood, had claimed that the paper was gotten up merely a* a sr beme by which, what is known as the “top letter,” a document that might do -lam-age to the Republican cause, could be traded for ii Ki-Geveraor F or ak* r Testifies. Et-Gov.*rnor F>-raker wa* th* next wit nee# Re had come In after the tov caliga tioo had begun and was warmly greeted by •wvral of tho** in the room. Th* forged nj berri pt km list was shown to him. He mid bs had ho personal knowledge who executed it He silted to be allowed to tell hi* story friwn th* la-ginning. On June 97, 1§W, the morning after he was ran-'mine led for governor of Ohio, I a ails M Haddon, assistant city sullotk)r called. There was socne nm venation about Mr. (toupbelL Mr Haddon •ald that if Mr Campbell war* nom Ina tad be would have the support of sum* of tbs leading Republicans af the statn The wit nese Askoi him who they were, aud May Bntterwurlh's uaaie was mentkioed aux-ag , ether*. Mr. Hadden* Kiylsasllss. The witnsee rx premed some surprise, end Mr. flakiou In explsnatk a said that Mr. iDmphatl was the author of th* DU (the ttolottaix UUU ta which Ma J. fiutterw<wth aud Maj McKinley were Ihmndafly abr coted. There wars a uuuiber of peopD rn the ruuui aud tho mu versa tx--ii was hurriad. Mr Had doit pnxnlswl to furnlsk him xvi -lenoe proving Ma J. RuUarwortb's ounnrw non with lbs niaUur, The witaees produced a letter written ta Mr Hadden tailing him nut to forget about the evidence, bul aa aa-ewer was reoetveiL Weal MD* en lh* Free List. vt’ akhimut- >K City, Jon 17.- -H. T. Rlehnrdauu. of New York, wee the only witness to appear before lh* ways and means committee ThurwDy morning He mpr-seated IV stove makers of the United (Rates and pf is*-11 tot a petition signed by them, asking that nib a V retained un the free fist, on the gr-oiud that to place a duty upon that article would im to burden the Biaaufar taring latsnds, The • liana -mid that the produ- lion of large mica in th* I'tilted Blate* during the lait three or four year* bed Van so light that manufacturer* had been obliged to us* th* small mica To piao- a duty upon mica would enhance the oust to the mannfuoturer without benefiting the consumer. ('en grass! anni. Washumiton Cm Jan. 17.—Among th* Mils reported to the stoats- Thursday and placed un th* (*d*fidar was one to ueorvnae the appropriation for th* public tsiddlag and sit* eg Milweuka* to gJ,UUU,U00. After furthsr rautus- th* senate took up th* bid introduced by Mr Butler an Dee. la. to provide for th* emlgratDu of persona at Color from tho southern Rata* to Aine*. Mr. Butler pr-K v»«l*d to addr em th* awn ate. , The therm aa Haskl»| RBL Wa*bikcitun City, Inn. IT —Mr. Lnoay, the cnmptrolkr at the enrreaajr, wm bdow the bouse o-min Ut— --a Ina king and aor-ivory Thursday. ID dRcuseed ‘As- FT ii anan bill to prori.D a permanent Dptifl—I t—«k*"g cir* uDtUm Mr Locvy vj^iainad th* pr<>vI**- UK of th* hill and favored Mi Tm Improve refill# Du tidings W asci'faros CTrr, Jan. lf. -Wladum sent to th* bourn Thursday a run-mvakuUon railing at Up. tioe to th* advisability »f making sppr-epr latinos tnt raj tiring and improving • number of public frank! A. RARE! I3\PUrESSBIB2!LdC3E33XrTS?. One Ilumlrrd Acre« Of Lund, Adjoining Upper Alton, with House containing IO rooms, Barn, and other outhouses. Will be sold for little more than mortgage now upon tho place. Sale Must be all Cash. fibParti** dextrin*) Ut in vast in Jnrm fipmnnot do bet tar than mi'eeh-MT’yafe this property, one of the ehenp-Uatr<*1 mer offen d itn-uwt Alton. ‘Arf&t Title. ' Prof erf y unit and ’n tut U mAd.DORSEY & HANK 310 BELLE STREET.EVERYTHING NEW. OUR STOCK OF*-— Carpets, Oilcloths, Linoleums, Rugs, CURTAINS aud CURTAIN FIXTURES,  Is now complete nnd on exhibition In ear salesrooms It la THE LARGEST, HANDSOMEST ANI) MORT ATTRACTIVH A RSO ML OF OOOD8 IN THIS LINE EVER BROUGHT TO ALTON. ll will do you good to look It over whether you tray or not Hut the attrncBan* grant end the price* so reasonable that we do# at believe you--An resin .hem Th* UPTTQQn Qtb|s ••'A*ou is purUoulnrly Inviting. The designs In bet* OJUiUOoIlJLlO Ta pee try are tie* ut! ful arni artistic. The T\friD A T~hTO ar# speotnlly nttrartlve, and the rang* **>1 oleo Won #0 wide as 111 LI iv Alii o fit sa In*»M# .lur APT CHIT ART J BMtwhatnre nwHi.-i i-m.ii.* mens •-es A larger ATVI OU U ATVLo st* ■ k than over of PIT/So In White Me uont, aiiwp skin nml”1 Hlucx iie»r ^kln.    XlUlJO, OI*. I LJtTQfl and 1.1 sol.hi uh in grant verify. CURI Alfin end CU MT AIM wnwtl A. J”. HOWELL; Iatm tai KIWIS DU With tno# I luxe re ITS od. I HAVE NOnHKiilTATIONglN RKOOM MENDINGGarland Stores and Ranges THEIR HIGH REPUTATION POR DURABILITY, ECONOMY OF FUEL, CONVENIENCE, ARTISTIC FINISH STAMPS THEM AS THE Beat xix ttxo World. Ilia tilt conet&Dt nim of the manufacturer to tank* the very Bent SUY* that nan bt product*!. THET AUK UNRIVALED. Snld eely byA. Ll. FLOSS Th ini Street, opp. Belle. Telephone 93. Cold Weather Calls for Warmer Clothing. And so I would state to those in Need to Call and Examine my Stock ofDnderwear. Blankets. Comforts, Cloaks, And many other things which tend to make a person Comfortable in Cold Weather. At Prices to Suit Everybody. . 1}. LekixO, 113 Third st. ( ye’ ;