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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - January 28, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALTON BAILY TELEGRAPH.  blume  ALTON, ILL., TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 28. 1890.  BP?  r. a  ii (im'ii 1  iv i Uli.iiij Ll Ult mil.  A Crank Attempts to Take the Life of Bishop Whitaker.  DISLIKED HIS PROHIBITION IDEAS.  i  1  > it  Sp., 1 ***.  Mufflers, Hats,  Gloves, Scarfs  Pins, Collars and Cuffs,  AND  AND THE BEST BRAND OF  SILK UMBRELLAS,  At very low prices,  —OO TO-  H. C. G. Moritz. II 2 Third st.  __ LXFi.Tk KVvmfMU/ .  ,  U’>.    I    Md    I    I    Vi  I »r B-ABhlHiM UJ < cgi.x.sr*. fu ct IMN) wit* fiMMMRg MMflHft  Ll •» rn rsKL    wm*    nh«h    »  HKOTH I MJI. Har«mn«t. I hltat*. HL 'i t*  ho — -zse+j  Landretli’s  C2lrC^/X*c3L^3X!l.  In Bulk, for 1800,  Are now Ready for Market Gardeners.  february and March are the months lo sow LAWN GRASS. Try our own Mixt are, containing all grasses to make a Beautiful Lawn.  J. A^Ryrie.  IL A. HOFFMANN,  vNo. 1(K1-1B‘2 East Second    &\\  SOL* AUBN W KOB    A 1     VT'    I—  or aafl Solarium rn#  Warranted to IjOhI Five Years.  *AV' UA8UUSK STOY MS. Hoofing, OtJUrirtg, Spouting at I’m  jandwly  Dr. J. W. Enos' Sanitarium,  ALTON, ILL.  DR. ENOS announces that ho has established in a building purchaaed for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the  WTMT OF ALL CURABLE DISEASES,  BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL.  His experience during many yearn hail convinced him thai all dieeaaee  own be managed more euooeeefully 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 thevurrounding are free Irorn all noxious influence*. It la readily reached by the Second hi reel horse ears, and is near the Union Depot.  The building is large, and arrangements are as perfect ae ie 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, lf usage, Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided a* may be required by patients, lo addition to such other treatment as may be deemed advisable.  A LARGE SOLARIUM  For Hun Bath* and exercise in cold and inclement weather, etc., Is provided.  Bach patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and receives his daily personal attention.  NTow Open  FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS.  For further information addrest Dr. ENOS at the SANITARIUM, corner of George and Third sts., Alton, III.  Th** Mould lip Assassin's aim UnstMody •*"' tfc* Venerable Divine ismpe*— New York'* 1’iitlnd' r# KH .ti i    — (tough  ll a nil ling «,f a Ila. in-J tinnier by Masked Mao In Oklahoma Hanker* Charge* • Ilk Era i* a Was* Virginia ahootlng Affray—Th* I slender of Crime. PMii.Anti.niia, Pa, Jab. M.~A delib amt* attempt vat made Sunday evening to A*m«nln«ts the Ut, Rut. a N Whitaker. MAfif of Prnrv-vlvniiia, In the pretence of tba congregation of Bt. John’* Br ..testa* t Episcopal church at St John and Brown street*. The mTaakm wa* the confirmation Of right candidate* for m.mtar-hip by th* hiring.. The congregatkm bad just ft nub*. I dnglng tba first fwalter amt ware atilt on their fact when a Ult. light . utnj.la*inned, and (res tee I young man wearing glosa-* arcs* in tba third pew, al moat directly ta front of the altar, aud wa* ‘deerred to draw a plato! from hi* pocket and aim at Biatiop Whitaker.  An Costa ady Aim.  Bat-.re any on* cou Ll In I arf era bs fired a Blot, but fortunately ha wa*greatly agitated and hi* aim waa uuateady. To Una fact the bishop own* hts Ufa Th* ahot passed the heeds of th* bishop and Rector Latimer, w ho war# clue* t<.nether within th* altar. Urn I at in mr, th* wife of th* rector, and sever*! other ladles fainted at tile report of the pistol. The man was wised and *aid be I anted to kilt th* bishop tiro* us* of bls snit-fVnhlMtton ideas and intended also to kill Rev Mr. McDonnell, at St. Stephen s Episcopal taureh Tile lunatic's name la David Alexander. aud he ie evidently Insane on prohibition and religion.  NEW VORK POSTOFFICE DEFALCATION  The I'nut master Wet Wet Able to State the Precise Smeant af Los*.  New York, Jan. IM<I'ostaiatar Van! oft Monday morning held a long and serrri consultation with Inspector Wheeler, Untied State* Cotmniidowr Shields, Assistant District Attorney Rose and Appointment Clerk Wood*, who tomporarity occupies tim position of .'ashier. After Ute conference P< vt ma* ter V anCott said:  “I experted to be aids to make a full statement Monday morning in regard to the defalcation and give the exact figure* of the driklenev I find, however, that I shall not t« ahi* to do so until posdhly Twee lay." Th* p>*tma*t*r would not stat* the (mu*.) of the delay and said further that be ha* last runted th* bead* of th* various departments under him and th* federal of fie!*!« engaged in the invent!**'ion to say nothing mar*- ahont th* affair until he was ready to lunk- public bis statetiicuL In spit* of the piat master'* reticence it hrs leaked nut tliat th* total amount of th* tkflcmnoy ie about #47,100, of which |1h,W is th* value of the mitring .temps Tho tnour o • rn partition t of the safe, which Loan*berryS> friends thought might possibly contain th* missing money or nun* trac> of it, his been opened and found to contain only New Tear 1 - cards and Jewelry belonging to th* dead man * wife.  NARROWLY ESCAPED LYNCHING.  A Claim damper's Lively Kaperleaee at (iathrto, O. T.  OtTHUiE, O. T,, Jan. Uh. liber mao Hpmi-w attempted to Jump a claim her* Friday but wa* evicted by th* authnriUea After going to bad Friday night be was awakened by a knock at his door. Opening th* door masked men entered th* room, dressed him, lo and and gagged him, and led him to a trio on th* < ‘ottoawood river placing a rope about his neck the masked men Started to hang him, but desisted, bought bim a ticket, gave him money, and put him On a train, warning him that if he returned they wound hang him, After th* train Started Spencer Jumped off, and returning to town had warrant* issued for John Frit* Kid Hum Wi lf, wb we voice th. outed man recognised Flits and Wolf  Trap Hill, Baloigh enmity, Hundsy ti. which C, Ii. Trump wa* killed and two others badly wounded Trump apptierl a foul ept thet to a man named Tom Mn offer, and "bot at hun The tm 11 struck E Hniith, wounding him badly, Rrniffcr then fir 1 at Trump, and then the two men caught each other with their left banda and each fired two aholt Mn offer wa* hit in the bend, while Trump was shot through too body and through (me arm and died in a short time Smith may also die.  lillnot* Hers* Thieves at W*rh.  Mouth-nu/), Ilia. Jan. UA—Horse thieves have sgain made their app rn ranee to this county, and Rnnday night they Stole a fin* due hora* of Mr. A W. Orrtam, of Lodge, this county, taking th* anitos! fro na the stable One at th* gang, William Buell, wa* recently raptured in the (wiser* don of a bona stolen of Mr George Clow, and Is now in th* Ptott county Jail swatting trial. Mr Orison offers a Iii erat reward for the recovery of the animal, and direct# all Information to he sent to Sheriff George F Mitier, of Mont! cello, Ills  Weeping la a Coart Room  WXRT I'MMM, Iowa, Jan X--Men and women shed tears Saturday night when th* Jury which ha* been trying Mrs Rosier tor murder brought in a verdict cf acquittal aftor being out forty-eight bour*, mad Mrs Hosier Mobbed aloud as friends and strangers prmoad for ward to congratulate bar Much sympathy lias iiseu felt tor lur ob aconint of the bed character of the man whom toe killed On* of the Jurors beld out fur ton-riot ion, but was finally persuaded that th* killing was don* in self sfarfenee  Looks Like Ital Play.  Concow., N. H., Jan. OK—I’erly Beck, aged V>, an wcentric farmer living at Wort Uopkineuo, was found dead In Id* house by neighbors Raturday morning Ills body was froseti, bot aim bore murk* of stolons*, Hi* cat tis and sheep mrs found frnawn to death in the ham. About nine yours ago Berk's brother's wife was found dead, with in-Heath sw at having been burned to death. The brother afterward* dwaiqnwred. The authorities will la vest if ut* Party Beck’* death  Another Postoffice Hobbvry West.  Auuqcsaqlfi, N. WL, Jan. fifi-Thnw men Mitered the prwtoflhw early Munday rn. •ruing, lack rn the Bight clerk ta closet, and took ffiOu front the rn to Tho con tea Is of ha nvtorwl (owhn, one af them containing Lincoln cuuilly I-Kids, with conj* roe attached end valuable I. tier* wire aho taken Th* total amount at th* tar glen' taut is estimated at file,un*, luriudiiig the Unit*, which however, they will not probate -  try to a*K«Htote.  A Disgusting Discovery Near Kansas City.  VERY PECULIAR RELIGIOUS SECT.  Attempted Train Wicking.  OIL CiTT, Pa, Jan to —A deUbereb* ab tempt to wreck the Western New York and Itonmylvanta passenger train which arrives her* from Buffalo at it p. rn. was Bietle Munday night. The *whch wa* .qeroed mid I 11 .si. while the target wa* fined so it showed th* alg rial for a clear track. The train was derailed, but fortunately beyond the severe shaking up of th* lamenters non* were injured. There is no clew to the per patratora    _  Brutal Crime at Ms Rough*.  Omaha. Reb,, Jan vs—Munday night six  ii mr. ken rowdies went lo the home of Mrs Aim* K .Monon, a widow, and brutally outraged th* woman and her 11 yearoid dsugh-t w Th* police have arri sud Char** Whit*, Tom Carroll, Tom Oilkm, sud John Daily, four of th* men, and they trove I mea ideo tided by Mrs Robtneoa rn her MsmllaaU  A Depraved Professor rile*.  Bt'rrALo, N. V., Jan. VA—Profmnnr Frederick Freund, mantel of th* p&rochkl school eonnerted with MI Fetors Gsrioan Kvangel-icaJ church, who was accused of criminal conduct toward* two HUI* girls of th*  Ca th* Hlblleal Injunction Ut De flood to th* Kirk Owe WI leo* Organises a Gang at Blood-Seeker* Whlrh He f ell* "ha leat Man*"—Terribly Ravoltlng Dleeov-erie* Made by the Heman* Society—Two Young Victims.  Karmas City, Jan. Sh.—Fur sums tim* rumeni of th* existence af a new religious otto which has gained a foothold in the territory adjacent to the Blue rive*, Just east of Kansas city, hare bm afloat, and they have reached the ears of the polio*. Th* secretary of the Human* society recently received a letter from a man living in that neighborhood lading bias that lf th* authorities did Bot interfere the people would take th* l ae Mer into their own hands. According to th* rvpurto. Hie prsettevo of the sect Were toileted upon th* Biblical injunction to do good to th* sick; but this had been rnft iud to such an extent sect had d»(vnerated Into a band of bloodsucker*—those who sser* well allow lag them wives to be bled fur tho#* who were UL Officer Marron’* iavnetlguttoo of tim matter  CV ad that the lettig to Hecretary Hackett I aot told half id th* horrible (•ractlcea in vogue among the people who believed In the lavage rites.  A ii curated Blood Drinking.  About a year ago there appeared among the people of that neighborhood a man named Kila* Wilcox who went about tbs country preaching th* doctrine of doing  Ktod for the rich. It was Dot long until he el a KuflVlMut number of converts to bis th* or wa to wit Vtant him in feundlim a sect, which be citlksl ton “Banutritana.' Gradually be widened hi* teachings to his MtU* bend until he openly advocated to* drinking of blood for all diseaam, giving ae autknrUy for such action th* fact tout the Bibl# taught that th* blood was the life.  At the home of John Wrinkle were found two entaoietad children. On th* bed lay Wrinkle, who was #|>par--nUy In the last stegta at cow I nippon. When queetktued about drink tug the blond ut th- children be strenuourij I en led having dona so. The children cho diuiUs! IL  (tat* Their Mimed Willingly.  Their blood!** eppearaace, however, excited tim suspicion of th* officer, and he tt>m|s<fled thou to abow their arma Th* limbs w*r* is a terrible (xmdHioa, being floe orsd with arar* around th* bi ode of th* elbow Joint, showtug plainly to* effects of th* Uerdhng Wlo-u Coof roo i*.l with tim sri-  Building Lots for Sale.  Corner Main and Dry, 150x120, for $500.  Eighth and Market, 60x120, - - - - $450.  Ninth and Market, 50x100,.....$350.  Blaff Street, two lots, each for - - - $150,  Alton st*, bet. Fifth & Sixth, 60x120, $500-Highland Farit.  One Hundred Lots ranging in size from fifty feet front to one hundred feet and thirtylfront, all very deep. Prices 55SE from $50 to$500, on terms to suit purchasers.  One of the nicest residence plats in Alton.  Over IOO Hoiinch anil Lot# iii different paris of the city. Call and nee list.  is  EVERYTHING NEW.   OUR STOCK OF  Carpets, Oilcloths, Linoleums, Rugs,  CURTAINS and CURTAIN FIXTURES,  r.  Obtained Mousy Fraudulently.  Rn (TX CITY, Iowa, Jan W.—Indictments ta** been returned by the grand jury of tot* oounty against Edward L. Bradbury, president and . ashier of th* Bank of South Dakota, at Madison, aud W. O. Bradbury, assistant cashier of th* assn* lank, for ob-toluiug atoaey under false pretonmm The oumplsint was mad* by th* (hoot National book of this city, which cashed a draft a abort tim* ago drawn by th* Madison bauk on a tank at Milwaukee. The draft earn* tack protested aud it soberquentiy aunt out that the Mad toon hank bad failed end fraud has tam detected. The bank in this city managed to get property •«>->u*.h to almost make Bf* >1* toes Edward I* Bradbury bes bees arrested.  drave Robbery In Canada  KlMuufoa, Out, Jan. Uh —Uravt robbers six Bkvnttw ago stole the body of rn man from the cemetary rn tho town of Tweed, twenty miles from tare, end later several other grave* were violated Mr Johnson 1 * ta ba* •ver since been him ting hi* father's body, sad Anally found th* remain* in th* sub-.viler .J th* Ltmmi s uaiversity bere, with six other Issilea. Butaequmriy two more of th* bodbe were identified. Warrant* Of arnut will ta issued, aud at hast half of th* mien > her* of th* ok*** will be arraigned I-fore a maglatrat*. Th* students deny all knowledge of how the Iwdtaa earn* to be In th* cellar.  found a Robbers' Cava.  Fury Smith, Ark., Jan. Mi- A boater no-ckfeotally found a caw in the nxnotalm of to* Flint district te th* Cherokee naUou aud was eirprtad to dud it ital stored with a tartery Af goods and n»isrtalnn#<u» Msppbm, gun*, saddle* fir Arne, aud the like Re tow at once he tad st*mi>ied utah a robles’ ogee and so reported h tk#au» «rito*a To*  B*m a-arr bad and nearly three wagon at stolon goods found. A kaputy was pike. d rn gusrid and oaphi red Gurdon Nan turd and Lewis Mad* s Both ars young a hi ta men, who Stood well in tbs community where they five and were not stupe, tod.  Th* Burglar* Oat Away.  Dcnronh Iewa, Jan. sri.—At I o'clock gun day morning Officer Carter surprised two burglars at work on lh* mf*in th* iargs  Bi7 store of Jota F humus A Co. Th* is took the alarm and attempted to gst gway Th»- oflfcur wl Utled for ani and pursued Ut* fugriivsa A running tattled toned, half a «l* wen -bot* b ing dieeharfed-ftaetMUblaatl*m of the safe wa* brok* off and th* toto portUUy drilled. Mo arr asta.  (hora* tv rl*« I* of Ut* eta ta.  WgKXUMB, W Va., Jan. Wk—A *boottog ai'Vay toto plane at the hock* of Hugh Duns,  gretiatMm, has lid, toavtog hts family dseti-tutc. He had ju*t r*>erv*d his salary as cr-galilei end the funds collected for I aition.  Me .Iran* Mint for Trespassing.  Bauta Ka, N. M., Jan. M. Infwrtnatlon r—rhed hers Sunday that Ira Gala, foreman at the Red River Cattie conipaay to Springer, N M . bad shes and Id tad two Met iran sheep herders because of their trse-  Oau th* .umpany’s raservatton with tam  steel Mills Shat ffwWU.  Joust, Ilk, Jan. IR. —Tbs mills of th* 13-  iinols Bteel compony is this city ox<opting the rad mill, hee* tout down for a mouth past for lh* annual repairs and awaiting th* adjustment of the question of wags* At a meeting of the A iualgaiuata.1 Aseocietiuo at Iron and feral Workers hot unlay night a scale was Axed upon for the ensuing years It u said th* aggregate raise * f the so*W in all departatent* will ta from Id to Id per cant pvur th* wages st last year, which is undsrutoud will ta satisfactory all around, and th* prospect now is thai th* min* will raeume operation* with about 1,160 men Feb I or ma after.  Death of aa Old Minuter.  Va Lr a RAW.*, Ind., Jan. fit Tim Rev. G, M. Boyd, probably tbs oldest Methodist mittator to Indiana, died soddenly here Hun day afternoon He had attended th* funeral of Q. C. Buell, an old ii Used, mad* the tort prayer over the grave, and bed Just rw-turn.ri to his home when he wa* striekun down with a|w>pi*xy. He Heed univ about an hoar after the first strok*. Mr. Boyd was W years of ag* and had spent fifty-tam years of hi* bf* to th* ministry R* has preached in almost ..eery toon ta northern indiana  A Feral tar CW**.  KavkaS ITTY, Mo.. Jan. ML—At the bona* of James Carpenter, bring six mike wroth of this city, is a cass which fur nine days ha* extol all rim local phtafef  Cg either  •-roe and n* a appears  Rim!  been nourished liy bro lh* betag peered down her throat Him has beau a domestic to this faut! J for a buat a year end has oa  Is now complete and on exiilbitien in ear dalesmnm* It Is LARGEST, HANDSOMEST AND MOfeT ATTRACTIVE A SHO IMI'kl ENT OF GOODS IN THIS LINK EVER BROUGHT TO A LUN. •  It erin do you maid lo took It over wind!t«<r you buy or not. Rut th. a; tra<'U*s* are sa .lei i .. Of w- U} i th I ti.* a. u**U >. « rtnhie groat sud the uric.-* «• i« it I- »i.-» »• n I Iwlu.v.- y<> ••.in r«*istibam Thaoetoatta acknow tnlgnl (tat b« availed hunadf at th** D D TI DO V f O «*'»    pntllcolarly  rim*,et un Its an. I    n,.i tla.-UUM* O IV U OO Ll LlO I apost r>^arr h'-nuUful and arustle. T"  pl* rtunlty anti asserted that Ina caUarm jp^-muy nttroctir*. and the rang* * Hee Don a. wide  hail Wiiitug.y given their blood to rertorw tastes, our A BHP OATT A D L’CI feSt what ar*  hi it h.-alth TI.* man was in *uuhae<>n- A larger Pi Iv I OyU/ilvIjO ’ i thim eve! ofPTTAO in White Meta lulu  BUI  ker has (men  trance daring  or la a  and n«.w a]  be sinking ink* the ririT of den th. Rh* baa  ucestaeoe bad soomnk irt sheila ov«r twenty-four koura  Gave Ulm aa Deer Aa** af Laudanum.  CgwniAUA, Pa., Jan JI—John Hoffey, aged #>, ruslditg bars, went bom* Intoxicated sod in s quarrel*mm mood ae Hatux -■lay night Mr* Hrifey, Orting im lh* ad rte* at hi* risen, gave him sotn* laudanum to pat him to deep. Bs we* ariaed with uuevujMoa* and dtod to a tow boers. Aa Inquest wa* beld in th* afternoon.  Death of a *101*41 ICs-Confederate.  MxMDtAg, Mi**., Jan JI—J. W Reads, captain of th* board at harliOrmastm of Nbw Orleans, ani a well-known Confederate naval offtoor, died Kunday morning of poeum.ro la  Damaged by th* Heavy Gale*.  Lo NTX ut Jon. 2K —Th* uman M amt. .Iron, from Bo-tou for Glasgow, ba* arrived at (jsesnoek severely dan>ag*d throughout bv the heavy sow and gales Uar after dark tau carried afray and tbs saloon flooded. lira hundred .-attle were lost  diti.« that he could not ta moved, but Urn children war* takeu from th* bow* and  placed in the Childre*! 1 * howe. Chief Speer* ll hi is Iou* to put a stop to th* practice* of ’ lh* blood drinker*, but it appears there is no ; law which covers th* cam and nothing can ta ii. >na '  FLAMES IN A NAVY YARD  Fir* Fans** Meet) Damage tv Property i Near I'srltessik, M. H.  FoiryaaiootR, X. H . Jan. /7 - The large s fire that ever ooaurrad at th* Kittery navy yard started about S o'clock M<alday morn I lug in ta* boiler room at building Ro 4<^ occupied by the construction and rv ps#  1  department as me cb in* and iron pbt* shops  1  Th. fir* qumktv extended along the shafting and oily riuibers into building Na gfi ' occupied es a Bittock mfll, and workmen  1  were ebilged to drop their took and Jump through the window* to escape A genera]  1  a turin wa* rung In awd four steamers be longing ta th* navy yard aam quickly on I hand. Despite rite efforts ef the department  1  awd th* Marine guard th* fire exteadad toto ' th* tsar hi tm shop, and help wa* rime coital I tor from this ally. Mica mer Koarsarfs and a bee* comj miry walk tanned lately erat over I th* ferry oa a steamboat, and with Ita* re-tofaroMMUt* th* fire was ouafiaed etatasly to tis* two build)sup. Th* taro kutidings were he Ut ta I MAA and eonstoucted fa atm farii mn. granite pi I ten. Mug set upon a heavy foundation and the net at th* buildings wens oonsuroeted at worst Daring rim war th* building* wen. remodeled and cemented try-get bur making a bull,ling IOU feet Ut length awd NI feet ta width. The lass is expected to rearii # KXI,UUU  The taildtag vita its rouleau was entirety dyetr> ycl Among other things hurtled ta th* store ruotn was the furniture ’ af th* United Mutes steam.* J out Ha. now : being repaired at Ute yard. Patrons of the ! f tunitors at the I nited Hut.* rtaenier Lea-os* ter were alen stored in rite I rut kl I ag, awd I n large amount at stone ta tonging to the general sk»reke*par’s supptlea  Mig Ria#* la rn I'wlerade Toss  I'KswTxu Butyr, Col, Jon. ii?.—The posh- i offic I rook ami eleven buxuiese b> -asea were  destroyed by fire Benday night. The kws is ISO.(XA), lukursu v light.  OII Mtrlhe Near Jwhasluwa, Po.  OUABMVUXB, RY, Jon Ft—Petro-j leum was struck hat unlay near Johnstown. Th* ww ti we* being sunk to discover oat ural gas. Three distinct veins af ga* had tew passed aal Us* Indkatkms [>r..mtsed s Iii* hts! Mlpply I be wall had ruached a depth i af IMO fe*-L. The oil ems (inly lappa I. but it ; riots, to a bright of (ii) feat through a seven-inch casing fit tense *xri1cm*«it prevails and Utousan.ls are rvdtmg tho well  A Iluv4 Kport In* Ret.  ll BAU). H. Y., Jon. > last week’s CMrkgo H.ewwuen contain ri an offer Itutu Georg* Mui iietou owimraf th* grey geld- * fag Jerk, to malta J eta agata*! Belle Ham-Iiui or the fuBowfag ooadrttosm: Pot a Stabs Mf liYtuno fee tam bor*** ar* to bn I .airted to th* regular frritofei roo# through th* grand circuit, tor lading De- > trait, and which ever bors* mataw th* best average pnstn.ro in that ekes tkrongk the circuli aha ti take the Sn tire amount  (A* bb tad by the Britisher.  i rte a* -ifas in bam balr aril  rm INGRAINS toTu.^a  Ut luak* a room ('esselesn,  ’RUGS, 1   AIMS and OI  A.. J. HOWELL.:  Sheep -tin and mack ii. *r -kin i ti UUU >T1U* and UNol.Kl MS In great vuri At Y <*UUY ’  JURS" WY toTfW.I*  urn no uog tio uzn  (SOS $10.00 TO  TK* SSSCX ■ft Ml IM TVC. Ste.  I HAVE NO .-HESITATION IN RECOM MRNDINO  Garliiiid Slop’s and Ranges  THEIR HIGH REPUTATION FOR  DURABILITY. ECONOMY OF FUEL, CONVENIENCE, ARTISTIC FINISH  STAMPS THEM AS THE  Best in the World.  It it the constant Rim of tile mfioufhcturer lo make the very Refit Stove that can tie produced. THEY AKE UNRIVALED. Sold only by  A. L. FLOSS  Third Street, opp. Belle. Telephone 22.  Cold Weather  Calls for Warmer Clothing. And so I would state to those in Need to Call and Examine my Stock of  Underwear, labels. (Marts. Cloaks  I  PtULAhxtrntA Jan Jv- Ii wa  author! tot.’>*ely 8 iuda> nig bl that th* *lag-  Ota ura.li w Kb th* ft  Fosupfiugb  toto their hfindn. tareet In lh* affair Adam will ta retained ta charge of  ousttasded uqgotiafioua toto Adam r wtmH porn They Merom e firtTj.UX) to- |  of the I tao# wouM  Korepaurik, Jr., the she# flus  New Verb's DealN Vat* Again Normal.  Kww York, Jan. 3fi—'Th* neath rat* w*# about normal for th* te soty-four hours ending at axon Mon Say. Thor* were ‘AH deaths for that period ogohii't IOO for the previous twenty-four hours Cif that number ten were due to pneumonia, fiifitkR to bruutatri a n t* consumption and two to tnftu- 1  Icfitttphnutad with of .*r diseanei  And many other things which tend to make a person Comfortable in Cold Weather. At Prices to Suit Everybody.  H. F. Lehne,  ULQ Third. st.  >   

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Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

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Your Membership Includes:
  • 10 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

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