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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - February 7, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH.  VOLUME 29.  ALTON, ILL., FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 7. 1800.  NO. 203  I  3e.«>re the Ballot Box Investigation Committee.  TESTIMONY OF THE OHIO EDITOR.  ID 1«Ui ut Ilia Lomu « tIon with lh* Forget! I'aper in a Humorous Mannar —Ilia Kf«Hina for Fnbtlahlng the ('im-• rue* In Nla CltielnnatI Nraap^tat— Senator i man TrOlflr- That ll* Never Signed Ilia Kaiuc I* the I’aper.  Waohinmtoii City, Fab. 7.—Murat Halftone, editor of Tit* Cincinnati (Si > min ere ut I W*» Itta*, wan the principal un t in** lief ore the bort. >t-box fnvmligation ctnnmrttee Tburs-dav. After negator hSWman bad te*tif.e»l that he hail never algum! any bulIot-U'x Contract, and (iruuouuced bi* stgnutur*. to th. hullot-iiox j'.I|ier a forgery, ll. lamv { B<nrer, who wa* mu uti«uniaMiful ramlRlot*  r-eohiGm* anal nnnuk the word* “ xprew* <1 in their r»*LU»liaiMn of OSOtwirehto fa a." Ital"., .milt*, ai-, etal fwrugvaph* fieri* r .ti* tho rrcigntt .un of lh* fyfittafi 8 ta tm of Br*/-.I "aa a lawful and rightful government,* iud •ll renting the prie.id. nf to r .jutre th* (tenple and '.ni.era of the I'niUri I taw a t>> reongnla* the flag of the United Witt* of Hrastl, “aa th* dag of a fro*, anverei rn ami lnfi**i»*ii«l..nt ‘hito "    _  Natiuual Guard Men In tonlereae*.  WaamxofMW City, Feb ?.— Th* annual rogvottUoa of th* National Guard amort* Mob of th* Ut)Had Blate* upon*I haw* at Wliltarfi’* t intel at boob. (Ria it VT Win gate, of New York, the pee ald ant ca lied th* o n venin.n to netter and de Mw rid g abort addr*** (In* hundred delegates. mpruaeiit-inar twenty five rial**, w«r* Hi actenffano* The ronvuntton "HU iM-eu«* plus)* fur iagfcU thin to he urg’ d la congree* to Mtur* gov-•mm ant rqulpmeat f.g -tole mil it la  lh* (..lore* Urn I CoavMtlaa.  W*atiix<.T»*« OTT, Fob 7 - In Mw colored men a en Van thin Wnlneeday after a hew tad detefe a renolutiun war GA*ted rcmttiend-log tfie reornt tniproved ton* of the wa Attern  FLOODS IN THU WEST.  A Portion of Portland, Ore., Under Water.  NO COMMUNICATION SOUTH OR EAST  for «mgrein on til* iGpni.lican ticket In pre** ami ronthern p..remora toward th* Ohio in the leat campaign, wa* call.*! and I Wack*. A permanent organisation  Dr. J. W. Enos' Sanitarium,  ALTON, ILL.  DR. ENOS announce* that he ha* entabliahed in a banding purchased for th* purpose a SANITARIUM for the  TREATMENT OF ALL CURABLE DISEASES.  BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL.  gave unimportant teetimouy. Mr Halotcad wa* then placed na the stand. He told the j ' atory of hi* connection with lh* forged pa per In a dry, humor, uamnun.tr, aud brought out several laugh* from hi* hearer*.  Mr. IfaUtead Trntifle*.  Ait* r identifying the ballot-boi pap«r, Mr. I tate I «a<i said be had ft rat Men it on I  formed to be know* aa th* Am*rtmn CIU fens' Equal Right* AaaortatWm of *fce United 8t*t*-a of America, to meet annv.al'.y In February  WaxaawaatV# toalaaflaa  Waamikwyow Cm, Fob. 7 — Th* noaflaa bon of es-Governor Warmooth, of loaW-ana, to be collector of th* port at New Or  Sept U un the .tarn at K|*ringfl*id, Ohio, He j lean* wa* lief ore the -enate eamwihtee on md Governor Furaker on th* Gain, and the  1  commerce at Ha meeting Thursday uemlag,  governor tho wed bim the imper which he had iiida<iMel from Wood. The william aekwt Governor F>.raker kow be obtained the (.aper, and Ute latter reified that R. G. Wood liad given it to him. They had <xm-venation pn<v1ou* to tin* about Wood, ann tho hatter’* offer to get tit* pa|ier To Mr. Halstead* question aa to when Wood bad got the palier, Governor F ..raker replied: "It came right out of John McImb i safe.”  Had a Right lo the Taper.  "How wa* thief* aahed th* wit mw*, and he WM told that Wood wa* a I .arty to the bal. lot-hot trail Miction and had a right to th. p*l>er The governor told the witn a* thai the pa|*-r slxs krd him and tliat It wa* mmh  Ilia experience daring many years has convinced him that all diaeates can be managed more HuccoHsfuUy to an InotlUition of this kind, under the constant supervision of the physician, and with the aid of means not otherwise at command, than when the patients are seen by their medical adviser* mon. than he wanted. While Governor Far at intervals of several hours or days.    ;    aker went forward in the tram th - whom*  The poeition of tho SANITARIUM is high, and the surrounding are free    studied    the    pet or.    Ho    thought    that    (taw.  from all noxious Influences. It is readily reached by the Seoond street horse    • r ** r ”    " OBM *    ivsssae ’* h T*    pwaon    ah->uld    st  eers, 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 patients, in addition to such other treatment as may be deemed advisable.  A LARGE SOLARIUM  For Bun Baths and exercise in cold and inclement weather, eto., is provided.  Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and rsoeivea his dally personal attention.  Now Open  FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS.  For further information addrest Or. ENOS at the SANITARIUM, corner of George and Third oft., Alton, III.  VO rXPFRTEKI CVlnf* I HT ir«*r*nte*.l. teUr, *nri (Tsp*,,  a to beginners. Mort *eapl*t*, wit* mat-tv  Vr-iu: ne • l‘*M.  .       •    meaftaUlee  OI m r I K fc»l. IG wanMUf VKI WI ^l*rt«*. wnbt MMOWif URG Mi KWa, Sarwryti Chia**.., Ill (Til# ben** I* reliable.!  mum shits.  I am now receiving s large and varied stock of Cloths, in all the prevailing shades, for Spring Suits, which I am prepared to make up in the  Most  Fashionable  Styles,  GUARANTEEING  A Perfect Fit  Reasonable Rates Complete  and  Satisfaction.  H. C. 6. Moritz. II 2 Third st. SEEDS.  Landreth’s Garden Seeds,  In Bulk, for 1890,  Ar© now Really for Market Gardeners.  February and March are the months lo sow LAWN GRASS. Try our own Mixture, containing all grasses to make a Beautiful Lawn.  J. A. Ryrie.  tai-ti some credit to the japer. Is th* Atm place IU execution, bu nil Iring that It wa* not genuine, wa* beyond the capacity of s man bk* Wood, ani secondly, Ut* nignaturw were either g> urine. or the work of an artlet It was th* work of a lawyer and so artlet  A Qeeatlonabl* Tran-eel Ion.  The witnww Maid h* told Governor P.waker Uiat Id hts Ju.lgtmmt it ct nattily conn. .-to.' Cam pl hUI with a questionable train.*.' lo*. sod ahould sot be ,-uncoated. Ha ska* mid Unit be wa* imaperntwd at the Ides that McKinley, Rut ter worth, aud th* other* were conn*.-toI with thq, matter; ttiat he thought be would explode It muter tluwn, and that under w ti* bever delusion other* might I lave signed this (aper, Mr. Campbell certainly knew all shout It. for he had Introduced th* ML  po; *r before the J - ople for a public . {flee, and bkt nafne, st least, should br published In R«Mrtloti with th* transaction.  Th* Kame of S. It. Cern wa th* Paper.  The only reason, Mr Halstead "aid. why tm thought at the Urn* th* paper should not In published in full aaa because th* name of 8. K Cot appeared on It, awl on the day Goth nor for ak cr gave him the paper Mr. Cox’s funeral had taken place. Again, it Would not do to uae th* names of McKinley and Buttrrwortb during the campaign Governor Foraher had finally given winnow th*, paper, agreeing to let him have exclusive u*. iif it, a* th* only person capable of band- I ling it Mr. Halstead explained to th** com * md tee his theory of the forgery sad Wood’s I motive in getting up the (japer.  Moi Intended to liar! Anjr Usa  The motive, he believed, wa* Wood's ex- J tr»u.<< anxiety to get hold of the smoke ta- I apoctorshtp. He we* certain that tim paper  t  aaa never intended to hurt any Ona It war  but action oa H war deferred. It Is pecked (fiat th* n«antaatKin Witt ba repotted favorably and that th* fight against It Will be carried to the flour of th* senate  A HEAVY EX FRC SS ROBBERY.  A Trusted Clark at Dallas, Tea., Ships Oat wltil SSS,OOO.  Bt Lot in, Feb. 7.-Tb* theft of $»,0UU frmn the Pattie Kxprear euni|iaay at Bal lea, Tex., ara* toscovered here by L. O. MIW, •apawtateiMbait of th* custqmny. arhaa a eon atgnnient of th* City !t* th etal hank, of Dti-las, Tnt , to th* Corom»rntai bank, of Bt, L»uia, was opecud, and found short inst that amount. The isiatftgnment a aiel stall of a bag wmtaiukig |l\(it) in gold and an ex pres* pwrkag* with flOS.uuO la out*anay. lh* latter was gust* F. A. Wall. rn, mows* rte k at I tai Us, who bad teen mhsdng aum* Bun day night, war lnmMdlatefcr anapMflod. An loveoMgatkin was ordered, and H wa* discovered that he was a • bds altar He bad a good start, however, aiel U ta doubtful lf he will be caught.  Might Have Taken Murk Wore.  There wa-. U<to,NV In the •oftqnnr's tee at lhtlla* wbioh he mtgtit bar* taken had he lawn so inclined mb* was truss—I ImphHtfy Ha wa* of go. wl charwAer, and regarded as tb< rn uglily honest uasirifdtons of th.- at* awmdtng map*y atek bar* been wired ev*ry-where by Ite (wr is tendon t Fulbw Walton was always considered a young man of gnod baMte The GnaraBU** company, of Few York, Ison hts I*md for fe!,(MD. Walton bad  bima with the .vmpany Anc* lait October  Mtehs 1 ^ c*ly«tgn*Vof the | H* wa. first nm ploy wl hi fhs^-.t Jrffw '    sou,    Texas,    and    from    there    wont to Dallas in  November last lls Is SI years of agr and unmarried. __________________  Rig Mare la nrssklya  Ba.*.*M n. If. T , Feb T.-A fire which broke out in the fact*ay of th* (Irwenntan Matting company, ami whuh tainted so flaroely that im'thing was saved, was gut an dsr eontr.d dwrtly after I ..'ehwk bi Iii* morning Th* Imttding* dmtroyvd war* if,.-Uracil*.an factory and liefly A Mc Par bm -wall pnpcr mill. Th* loss is roughly sflfi mated at IlilSQOU, though it may ha own Two fireman reudvwi painful tnJuries hem failing walla There wu* a panic among th* oueu|Miats of nMgbbortag houses aal there were several farrow «*eapa* from siutoca-Mon. Two chiktr*B I ar sin* bssuiimMui from smoke and were taken sui safely slid rasai antis ted  A taint far Mr*. MaoIsll.  PMiuannaMta, Ffe, Fob 7 —TWpMjnsral  i-t-ri, pr.|.,wr<.u. tuUtol I «»».«.» ,    ^ nm>mI ltaWaaBM.il  TU* taws *1 Wheatland %im*sl Swept Away ky th* High W*t*r»—S«*ck Drown*'I sad a Large Ainnnut af Oral* I leal my eg — M rid gea and House- Iterated Sway by th* ttaahteg Torreat-The Flood at Taenia*. Wash.  fettt Avo, (Ire. F*t> AH th* rn *r dust. along th* water front, and br two Streets huck froai the rlv«», have been rom pa I led to Miipend busman and mw* their stock- to bifilar gruuud. Th* water rom rn rupsdly that many of them were unable to move their goods, and ta <<on»«qiiNir* heavy damage will result Throughout the IVlllanieM* valley heavy lo saws sr* reputed. Many brid gee have I mn w ashot away and a large amount grain stored aiong the ricer ha* been ru toed Th* wagon bridge ai roo* th* WUU Bietle ak Haleni was swept away Munds? night U was I,UU) feat king aud Mi IT5.uA he Mas than m,»s*ute teg» ha vv tem swaps away on A* fHb*ia*rv and CuteanMa rivers la th* last two sflsya Consumoteattoa Instk awd hut Cwt Off.  Larga .jwaassMae of sa wan hr ii bar and a Bandier if saw mf!hi an the Hun bae* bar*) earned asea?, tout her* P trifle nfltriale do auk matter* an opt ai aa as to when their road will las open wast. AM cswwniinlcntbai s«th and *a«t of ber* has lass aul off for A** day* md bo trains ar* arriving ow the Huattwsra PwatAnar th*Uakm Pacific Trains ar* runalng to Yamun*, Wash., over tbs K ithara I'anile, but a hoary storai la th* unmade mmmtota* has oat aff co ai awn tea Won ta tfes seat It Is tmpoassbl* t* chmly •-teimute She dsunags at pwwoit. bot It wlU prohahfy ranch pStu.OUu Th* ram has susswl thiwagbout Mi* Willamette raNer and th* si va* et Md* p. Hat kl atasMmdsflilL Meeeepapeae Plasdwl Out,  The Ungisten and Tstegram  Bl u. move Ussr basta*** 01 from th* rte#, thswe bring al (tov- nt ■sswswi fee* of water id Mm Arri floor The ad Horal nsis, wkloh ar* ob (he aunond flnrir se* rssttei by bsata A dlspon-h fir un McJflkrvlflo, Or* , state* that th* town ■g WhaantNSid is abo.sd ssswpt asray, mach Stesk droaaud awd a Meg* amount of grsun drstoupwi Hr id***- haw* hem aarvtod assay ak Oat* (My, and many small hnosu huBt near the rlvsw w«r* washed away. 0*wnmateaSton with Halesn and Or agon (My M awry uwrsrtetn arri tis* full snrtent af the damage dots* at thorn prints M a mat aff of .v«n|srtewv<  A Float tug W*r*lk*n**. hterly YMunriay mom log ans*her build tag fn mi FMwrn*’ fkmttar* factory sa rwepjt dovra R*. ears nut fend lodged *uam*t (he west end (der* of Ow bridge Other •seekuse aswumulated, md th prsssmfs b»-anstll me bridge realtors th* stnr tore on ■la Drtfew.sd Id large quant It).u has eal-kwteft sty ut* the ranter pier, and the ma-tdlfwory of (he draw Is completely Morited. About 7 o'clock lo the morning a warehouse rum* flhatfng down th* fiver and passel un-dor both bridges. The roof bad bwa taken aff and [Usa of frrigkt lay rxposed. Th* wufuhou** was shout 900 feet long, amt Is supposed rn hsw ourrw from Orv-gon City. Liter hi the dsy a bon fitted aith bay ram* I), wring d.wrn Moat of th* docks ara «*fe tevmtgh even for a higher ria*, hat anne at rbem are a mw what snaky.  Mtgh Water rte Tus na*a-  Taivnu. Wash., IM> T. — 1 TTw W(Ikuaett* river Is higher bar* than tm tsrenty years past. Many bridges ars threatened, and there has bum much .larnarv dulse la th* raJtoy. Th* Savona* bittor Rl. UarU Rash, srlth th* non heru mail fr<>a» Ran FrancUoi>, was u*a bl* to epa* the Cohan 14* river bar. Sh* eau* back to Tacoma, awd hue nstarued ta Baa FraariffA  TERRIBLE COLLIERY DiGASTER.  Building Lots for Sale.  Corner Main and Dry, 150x120, for $500,  Eighth and Market, 60x120, - - - - $450.  Ninth and Market, 50x100,.....$360.  Bluff Street, two lots, each for - - - $150.  Alton st*, bet. Fifth & Sixth, 60x120, $500. Highland Parlt*  One Hundred Lots ranging in Bize from fifty feet front to one hundred feet and thirtvKront, all very deep. Prices from $50 to$500, on terms to suit purchasers.  One of the nicest residence plats in Alton.  Over 10() Houses and Lots in different parts of the city. Call and see list.  Dorsey & Mal. I Bi street.  Firebackn  “QUICK MEAL” trice*  H. A. HOFFMANN,  100-102 Lust Secoir st.  FOA  Cork Stoves  ist Five Years.  any forgery, ii* was certain that Wood hail put Honator Sherman s nam* to th* pa per to harp Governor Foraker from assng It dnrlag the oaoqwlgn. Th* wlttam *x-pkuned bow be aane to nato* the paper gab Mc so wem ta th* oampaign. H* had in-tuid^i to eprtng It alsiut thro* w*uks Us for* th* campaign < l<w*d, and afterward to Mktto with Mawr" Bhertnan, McKintoy cml Hott-cwortli, it tlmy could not *spl*Ui their euaaerfloo with th* pai Mr   Th* I tipft Letter.  A speech made by Govamor Campbell at Pike's Opera to wa*, In ( mr lima ti, ta wfllcb _ las hmujflit out th* Topp totter wa* the direct ’     rf the early pablieatloa Tho Tapp  letter was a sore iut.Ject with the Kopaldi , sans, aud Iw-ide-, Mr. C-> apt»dl hail la- ) dulgvd In saute jwrsoaaltite lutuwrautg him- , anil. Tit* wit I ie-* pulwlehwd an editor mi  (  cant warriin < Mr. i'amplcol Unit he wa* • OnbiwrtMai In a qutatiuitsUil* IraUMKitMMS, Mid , th-a, saki Mr. Halstead, "I *«au't abl* to to*Id It hss'k and the 1*1**- got out .writer titan I inb-nde.L” Th* witurwe mal to was ratter rifling*rml at Hunstor Blieruiaas .to-alai at any knowledge of the pa (mr A rte , c.su was bere taken.  THE DAY IN CONGRESS-  apeek cr Reed Declares th* t'euel Guuvwus ' Fre-mt la th* Wast#.  WasHiaorox CtTT, Fab. 7.—In th* bemas Thursday morning the journal wa* cmd aud declared approve.1 tty a vote of IMI to imnm, th* *j*wker det-ianng a quorum pre* mb Conium, from the coOiSiitU# on rules, reported th* new <-.«l* of rn Ie*, whish was flr.terwi prinMwt and rec. i.nilttc.1. and a rem oluDon was adopted providing fir printing I,iud oo,.ic- (rf th* new coda Th* senate dt-  1  tact Mat MU wa* laid to fore the house and referred to th* commit to.- rn ju.Ucl*ry Tie cull .rf state* forth* introduction of bills and rtwoluiion* was then proceeded with, mu! an attaik wk* maito nu th* immense in*** at , executive do lunNit* and conUBiiiiicsllai that Lave accumulated im the spoak'*r a tab.* during the pa«4 w*4  Holag* ta th* (tea*t*.  In the Tillin' toll* for the ersetiun <4 • put iii. buflitiug ui Lev. st «i, Mc., aad for tit* construction of a toklg* at liorttagkon, Iowa, were pawiMd, and th* Oklahoma bill wa* latum up Mid further otmridsffad  At i a’- i.e-k Ute *wV' n-utuel r.«oetefer»i-tkm of th. cducaU>HMi bdl, and Blair agen. took the floor. H Mir gates unite* that hia ■perch would coon ulna tho reel (rf th* after-' ti" n an I no ut of M r iday foumoca.  Alk o’«io«k th* acuate wont bilo awn* sMaiou to ctwisi l.-r Hon at Mr K I mu od* raaulu-Uon in rviati rn to I' iso Pogo harbor, Ha-  Th*«a apeakerV «nfy anura* of lacswa* I* bls •alary and a nom hor af Ms frwaAs bur* gun* qrftoCty to wait and ratssd a ftiri for Mr* Randall In na.a* Gw «mg naan mn dteskld  mn  not recover fmn bh fUneaa Th* moovment Is Mallei by Osnrp. W. CW lie and A J. Drexel, and the fund has already tv* rh ml  $8(1,000.__  (strikers Admit Thats Detest.  tosooa, Fab 7 —The strtklag ga* sh kern brid a masting sari alaMal their Mat  The company offered to employ Mi* defssMwJ mon to fill v» ran rf a as fest se they should occur and this offer, though pn>mMtng aa tiros*Iy stow rv*niMsm«l, rte aurwj.tol by th* mon wilt, (docility TV dock to hurt sr bar* rue dr a. I to alstMn to. an a gvassri strike aatti the muntow of ne*a ricked oui by the ootnpautoa Modi #*rw*fi Etxri  OelltngOtd Me*wet** MIO**  ftoKixnrstn, Me**, Fsh. 7.—At th* annual auction sri* at the Tatted Ms*’.as ar mury Wed used ay lJJlA) magasliie gnus ma lo by rival itwuiufeeMsfwra a few yearn ugu *• osnpete with the rvgusatem Bp*h^(fleld rrfto, lait whi*h were rejected by the gwv«r ic uMWt after trial, wvrv among th* sn* h 41*-puseri <4. A Le. ut lOUyJUU guu bar rah and as luau? st* Es were auld, Mid alout kl*,***' wa* rsaliari  (teen Thrneleg Mad at Fwri. Othe*.  Oma ba, Neb., Mi T. —I\ml Vaoderviort, J, C. Wilcox, and K. Rswsalar, the i*w» mo* who bae* tew. writ mg rim,** *  ti#* oditorial* la lh* aul uhuh of Th* Me* aud Th* Ref ut.been, rritoffGag aa th# Awete  of aach (.'her, aud who la taru filed  Aa tesptesto* ta  ta th*  Wa I ranM  a ASO Ll SE STOVES.  Roofing, Guttering, Spvuttn  uiintj jail cl \  at Law  nj  TI.* Krasina* Ce.igvatulatteaa.  Wash i Huron City, K*b.7.— 1 The reeufetlao* proa rn ted lo the enate W-doe-tor frma the f otrign itffair* com mitt** “oorgiwtuJ attn^” p rani was a Ut it UU. fur Morgan 's  plain k> charging cr bail .ii ll fat, luvr all N**n bound ova*- to Urn district *"urt the pahca  judge      lJ    '    i  Mlaeeari (TohiMskeet-ta  K(LDALIA. Mi) , Db. I—Ha AafelYohfld-Uua ouavwntiuo ariophel a platform dMMMp(> lag th* luahitetiamv .rf fee Bqnor trail a Hw high townee low* of Mtenon ana immi »V tioii la ira, state and natvmat AI em I PU delegate* from Mw fk^ulrftosto, Iteramwatto, and Pr»»ldUtk»n, al* th" Fortners' sued Is tawers' I'nriu parti**, ar* grass ai  HUI right Aay MAU la Aswrkw.  bx*va*, Obto., Fbto 7.—BA Bfahto wha ha* not fixated in the prim ring aa a he foogbt Itonrrf* la maorhe, ba* Lawed a (feat  ton *ce iff sr mg to fight aa? man la A Marin, while or black, by any roto*, for $1,4Kmi to EMMI* toto, in ut or eight week* baal rh* tm ie of slgniag art .cie* sad within Mu into* (rf Item cr  Wreck na the Mletilgaa Castral.  Bt Thomas, Out, Feb. 7.—Two freight trellis un the Mk-higau Central oolUdad leer Yann- uth. Eu^inmw Joha Cook, un.* uf (he jld. it. (lnploye* of the road, was kdte>t (tovoral treiu hands were Odiously lujulffd Twelve cars wer* wnwkffd.  Wale* tetsln I IM MW.cr*, l/wmoff, FW> fl—TntelUgsac* has rswhsd her* at a WpHhle llsasbf to (he Aleny.hu aalltory ok Nee port, U’akm Th* details ar* say** vary amegw,.bul th*dtwuesr is said in hor* baw dos to aa ssq torir.n, which shattered th* shaft* la mry flrssNi* and Mrtsmtri Rift twiner* Th* etrltmntRrt aft tile mine to arid to ba tutee**, an fmmema crowd of Ow si eft me 1  fHenda and relet tv.* haring ratiwml A rescuing tarty la at amrit Fort# boff!.-* nf trim* who perirfied have beau taxi*) from the mhw and fifty af th# orfnnr* are sfttl entombed The ettust of fee atm arifmate th* nundwr at kti ted ai  Uh.    E    iBaoalT'  VK (Ism eft th* IWM W*eeftu  Feb. 7 —Two "team 'tot" •h <* the railroad #*r>vk early to the nmmtog, and at • (Frlark bs to* a#tornnr»i the ponder* >u» engine was Mprite arer and th* thrw bodtas recov ared The wrwdl nccunwd ae Monday, and th* Unites had tasen pinned urebg th* engine. All of them were badly wiaiigteil, and the fleet nan ah* wed eigne of haring bnm rn aUhsL Th* remains wens brnied and taken to th* m»«rgee, whee* the Usqanrf will I* h*M A tent* for** At ass tree aft wurk os tho (whigs end a temporary atructure b Iwuif pat up Th* fWllwey odlehkle oogwrft to run taUBSgyw the bridge shortly.  Rated That th* Cera Was Psst Wit arr a, Kaa. feU 7.—In a dsrtalue Haft—I tV. to iissday a Jurtew held corn to b* fwri. A Un ewes*1 bushels of iwra ba tnsgta g ** a termer aaaml th-ad men bad l«<n a De ct sd Htsseitnee add hr wa* astng the ara Aw fasl, and that I.dR) kushch wa* ant os** (ban eaoagh to tost a year. Th* ftaftw rifled (hat ftntor the taw *x-vmpGug a feet 0 * furl, th* attach awat oould aal hold.    _  Meight* Ie I'etUten I'asHemeeL  Ottawa, Uh Wi 7.—'lh* Knights af Labor will , etui a* i pert tame* it for th* appd In Urn*. I of an rift.lad beni of arbitral*** to a Web may to rqfariwd all matter# ta iii* pate hot amt. tabor sad capital and aith (ewer lo adjust strike and •'titer .liffurtexwa batara %anptoy«r sod eorptoym.  Feend Wadrry Oravee.  lh MMM, Keto 7.—A buri containing Ifcnw man .eisUAcd bi a-quail mer M civ Ute Gar drn, Downers lsmdftig. Otn* -rf the man, Rsstisrd ftasnlaVe, fltuog to th* baal mid • ans a#veil| hat th* • <k*r taw, Anguria* Big Cia* And (tenuto MeAmttB* were drowned I Bm ti a.** aaiaArrtod_  Will Float ti.* Hell-net flag.  Fobt Doikik. Iowa, Feb, I—Th* city ash.-ll latent be* .lecktod to have nattaaal fine- 'n el. th" I abiic school I oilding# rn the city. iu ll ..'" will be beautilut Alk tenners, very isr.e and comspiritou* Fort ltev..v i# Un- ftret city to th* north we*! to adopt th • new cqelom.  I Have Received a Large CoiiNignnient   OK DENTINE  Hand-Made Oriental Rugs.  Which will he on exhibition and for Mio thin week onljr at my  CARPET ■ STORE.  This is a rare chance f<>i parti"- appreciating such goods, as nothing of thaRiad  has evnr before bien shown In Alton.  A. J. HOWELL. Third St.  (KCI mo KMM IND Nm 1*0* ito.se n ITS  THS SSHWI-S  ta nu ne* fraternal  I HAVE NIK-HESITATION IN ^COMMENDING  diirliiiid Stoves and Ranges  THEIR HIGH REPUTATION POR  DURABILITY, ECONOMY OF FUEL, CONVENIENCE, ARTISTIC FININR  STAMPS THEM AS THE  Best in toe World.  It i» tbecooaUnt aim of the moBuffloturer to mafia the eery Host Store that eau be produced. THEY ARI . I NRIVALKD. Said nlf by  AL. FLOSS  Third Street, opp. Belie. TelephoneJ22.  ""JULIUS H RAIBLE.  Rectifier, Importer  AM) WI ll ILKS ALK DKA1.KR IN  WINES and LIQUORS  The moat Cclabrflted Brnndf of KENTUCKY WHISKIES free and in loud.  A SPECIALTY:    IMPORTED  Cog ate Kraudiea, Holland Gin, Irish and Scotch Wtiisfiiea, Cherry aud Buckberry Joice, Port, Sherry, Bordeaux and Rhine Wine#.  HEADQUARTERS  For all fiioda of Select California Wince and Brandies in ('asks. 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