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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - February 13, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALTON  * #  [E 29.  ALTON. ILL., THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY  1890.  sri* —7   ; - ^ vAiVT^i'. I  Legal Execut on of a Wife Murderer at Toronto.  THE WORK OF INDIANA WHITE-CAP8.  Th* Ho Iona Mans** to ria I" at tort Bo They Can Draw Th air fay.  Dial Moines, la, Folk. 18,—Tin bourn inst st SJD Tuesday afternoon ami immediately took a rn** until 4 O'clock to gtv# th* Ro-publican caucus Unis to consider a buns  erotic proposition. At 4 o’clock Ow Itopuh-  resea aa  . J. W. Enos Sanitarum  i  ALTON, ILL  108 ann od new** that he baa sKabliihed In a building purchase # or  th* purpose a DANITA RIUM for the  BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL.  is experience during many years has convinced him that all dlscjM “ managed more suc< es«fully in an institution of this kind, under**  k antiAPt iiiion of ll.a nhosieimn att/!    .1.1    .,.4     IL  tnt supervision of the physician, and with the ald of means not Otwell command, than when the patients are seen by their medical advisy  srvals of several hours or days. ae position of the SANITARIUM is  ------- ------------high, and the surrounding are fry  — aoxions influences. It is readily reached by the Second street bor. [and is near the Union Depot.  A Half-Witted l>llow Kttfrrly Pnnlshed far ligating HU Mot liar the Victim Ult** HIT lit, ruler af Ona of lh* Regulator*—A Sarlwn, Cli arg* Against a I t “inInput ll i,« . ut,I,, 4’hurt'hi*an — Ka aa rd of Othar Wlehalnw.  To HOSTO, Out, Fab. ll.—Thomas Kuna,  ! tbs wifo-murdersr, was hanged in the Toronto Jail at 8 ; :A> o'clock in th* morning Ho m.'t ae death -iU.li.Uy, walking with a shady step ami a odin c*>unteu*»oe to the » sffuld. In sixtaw uunutm from th* tim*  th, ‘ trap was sprung Man* *,« dead. Th* condemned man spent bu last night on earth in prayer and duvottou with his spiritual ad* rii^r* To Rev Father Cruise Kane mad* a confeNHiou which will probably never be mad.* public.  The March ta th* Mroffbld.  Maw was said ie Kau.- » cull ut 5 o’clock In Uh. inurninK »n.l Uh, UM nu, ll ill church were administered to the doomed man half an hour later, befan* th* march to the scaffold wa, Iwgun. On tim scaffold b*-fore bi* death, Governor Green asked Kane if be wished to make any or info aion or statement, and Kane replied; "Sty. nothing." Th.- trap was then strung and Kau* was bf tad Into the air and in siztmm minutes he was pronounced den.I.  A Brutal Murder.  Th* or bae for which Kane jai.! the penalty was committed on Nor. I? last His wife was found brutally murdered and Kane was found in a drunken stupor. He claimed up to the last moment to have beet] so drunk im I the night of the .-rune that he knew nothing  ;  of what had occurred and protected hie In-1 noosnce of having kilted his; wif^  •ban mucus had been unable to______  agreement upon ll IWprcsentattve Walden  Introduced a resolution for the appointment of a committee of two to notify the moat# that the house was temporarily organised, mid a committee of two on millage, as the statute provides that thirty days from the time of the convening of the general aamtn-biy the members may draw mileage and half their salaries. The rceohrtlon was Anally ••deptAfter taking two halloto, which resulted in ties, the boose adjourned.  TIO IMS IN PRISON.  The Sentence Imposed on the Duke of Orleans.  HIS REASON FOR ENTERING FRANCE.  BIG FAILURE IN NEW YORK.  IV .ted reft A Farnham, nab and Salt Healers, P*rr*d to the Wall.  New York, Feb. IS.—Woodruff J Faro ham, Ash and salt dealers, have made aa assignment. giving pnifenmce* of SAS,OOO The liabilities are between #3M),0UC and SM),OOO, mostly to New York banks. The principal cause of the (ailuro is th* fact that the (evolutionary troubles in South America and Hayti made collections difficult, the firm having done s large credit but ga* in them contline* At the sain* tim* a large quantity of the Arm’s paper matured here, and tliey could net meet It Th# aestgnee my* be ex j .or ta the assets to equal the Mabttttlm, The farmer consist of the stock of salt and Ash nu hand, oouuneroiaJ paper, mostly good but alow, and th# warehouses on vervet, Brooklyn.  FOUGHT LIKE A TIGER.  Blactrioity in all Rn form*; Oxygon and itu compounds; Baths. Dona age, Inhalation, Nursing, alo., are provided as may be required by I, in addition to auoh other treatment as may be deemed advisable.  A LARGE SOLARIUM  ■bm Baths and exercise in cold and inclement weather, etc., la provided. Bach patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and reoeivea his personal attention.  Now Onen  POR THU RECEPTION OP PATIENTS.  [further information addrest Or. ENOS at the SANITARIUM, corner of George and Third att., Alton, III.  IHE SHMTEST ARD yI CUST LIRE TO 6E0RSIA ARO FLORIDA.  tm-  Tke  ta  ___  Con-ntin* of Puli was Sleeper*, Day Coachs* and fW'B**' Car* run solid  Fria CINCINNATI ti...... -  FLORIDA SPECIAL  ladle** WHI ta-Cap. b.| Hold of a Vary Tough Customer.  Tskke Ii act*, Iud., Fib IE—Run Clem on*, * half-witted fellow, who lived at Leu easter, had long bean the butt of the young men In the neighborhood. He was j-mcws.! greet strength, and whoa teased beyond wa# in the habit of going bom* bis mother in the mutt violent On on.- or two occasions recently pa* in beat her until neighbors were compelled • interfere. Intelligence reached here Tustin ev. ning that on Saturday demons Id* a more than usually ferocious eau..ult Sn his mother.  Hit a Whlte-Cap's Plager Oft band of Whtte-Cape at one* formed, ‘“about D o'clock in the evening a large I*f took Clemons out of fawn awd ad Sered a never* thrashing. He fought  1  “‘tiger Un* member of the party bad *  I V bitten olf, and several others fell to his teeth, nails and Asta He was [ ‘bound and taken out about a mil* froiu^n, where be was terribly neaten, •y^vko found bim report that in some {“•“••.cloth*# were cut into ribbons, ami but bo ntu, bruised and oat from head lo * wa* given thirty-six houri to Bpwn, under {wnalty of another scourgn Heat morning he departed.  The legislative Pqne little In Montana.  Helrra, Mont., Feb IS. —The legislative situation ie urn hanged Both houses will r-e main in seaalon until the time aspiree, bat  legislation Is impnmible. Right Democratic equators, now at OiympU, Wash., amt formal word that they would sot come within the stale until after the date set for Ae ND-•te adjournment. The ten Mil* passed Sunday morning ars said to be ill,.gal because the president must sign them to the presence i f a quorum, and he did not alga until after Hecker escaped. The obi** of bringing Becker back and panting bills was to furnish evidence of legality of the Raputatean legit. bduru wlA the ultimate end that Bandar* and Rower Le seated in the United Hie tee senate  n   _ria  WTT ~    Al.    'n;    >,    JU    i    . *» a n I Ji k* -nnll*. Bl  rrMxrurarrNTL n 5 r    AIB    UlI  .EN it CRESCENT 8*1* st sit Railsuau urricit in the  . _f jfoee ta is, 0.....  and J t ■  RESOLUTIONS  UNANIMOUSLY ADOPTED  Good Citizens of Alton ail Vicinity Hiding Haconpin and Jersey Comities. '  LEAB, It has Pleased hie Royal Nibs,  F> email) with the Good People of th Im [lei dty “FOR LOI” these Many Years after aaiiguratlng a My Hie in of 8 mall Profit, and tart ( (in, | . 111 mu. lh? it therefore,  RESOLVED, That w e  Consult our Ow ii ltereHts. when iii Need iOf Good Goods,  lothinq, booth, shoes, furnishing  ad DRY GOODH, to Call on  E GLOBE.  , further, RESOLVED, That in order to keep bis ROYA I. as awhile longer we all of um agree to send #ur Neighbor* lf. a. HILDEBRAND, for xii their Good Goods at LOW sod that • Copy of this be sent to THE GLOBE.  'TUNS OF ALTON AND STOBBS.  Committee.  sr  ✓ ;  Con md Selpp** Will.  Chioaoo, Feb. It—Th* will of th* late Conrad Betpp was proven by Jodge TT" V  'mat Tuesday afternoon. Th# coart Issued letters testamentary to William C. fleipp and Thin* J Lafami on their individual bonds of M, OW,DOU In their petition far letter* Mr. Hetpp and Lafens. san sad aua-in-lew, raspao-tively, of th* testator, Stated that Mr. ttaipp left r>ml amate worth #ti.MU,000 and personal property worth •S.uOU.OUj, to* rn Ur* •mate amounting u> #4,00u,UI)u The heir* are Mr* Catharine ttelpp, th* widow, William C. Hwpp, Marie Latens, Hattie Bare!*, Emma He!pp, Clara Seipp, Elm ttelpp, Alma Soipp, and Conrad Helpp, children  iv* o Arm**,--i iv*  La RepobdqiKi. ” Th# spalled to olaar th#  A Deair* to Atm III* Beloved Country Get* Wha Into His Ihreeent Tree blo—Ae Ranting Sr aa* Wha* Se* tone* Was Prowoanred—Proceedings I* ta* British Hen** of Co a. sn oms A Na ss bor of Agitator* Arrest od et LU bon.  I’aaia, Feb. lh—The co** uf the Doha of Orleans, who it char got with violating th* expulsion law wa* called Wednesday and the young duke was found guilty and na  teoc#d to two year*’ Impriaomwwl. On the announcement of th* verdict the air was Altai with crim of -Vie* L’ Artnee," “Vive L» Orleans” and "Vive La * gendarmes were com court  Wanted ta Serve Bls Country.  During the examination the duke declared that be had so tared Fmx-fa territory far the purpose of earring Ms oottaSry aa a common nildiar. His aition, h said, had or th mg to do with th* political J orlon** el Ma family, a* Oley c-H)i-em*d only Ms father, th# Count of Paris Th* duke mid that ba atipreriatad the responsibility which h* bad Mummed in awwarlag In France, but that he was guilty of no other criin* than a deair* to serve bb bHo\ -si country Chi being recon ducted to bis nan in the eonetorgarte tbs duke withdrew th* curtains and aa fated tbs crowd which had gathered about th* building. The people war* quietly dispersed by th* people  Building Lots *<=>* Sale.  Corner Main and Dry, 150x120, for $ OO.  Eighth and Market, 60x120,---  $450.  Ninth and Market, 50il00,.....$350..  Bluff Street, two lots, each for - - - $150,  Alton et-, bet. Fifth & Sixth, 60x120, $500. ‘  Hisbiana ,Parls.  One Hundred Lots ranging in size from fifty feet front to one hundred feet and thirtyKront, all very dc.?. Prices from $50 to$500, on terms to snit purchasers.  One of the nicest residence plats in Alton.  FOREIGN NEW8 NOTES.  Over IOO Houses and Lots in different parts of the city. Call and see Hat, c  Proceeding* I* the BH ti ta Ho*** af Cern. me**—Th# Pert ii fne** Trouble  Las now, Feb. I* —in the boom of mon* Sir Jam** For^uneim, under mcretary f«w foreign affair*, annoaoi-ed that th* pa jar* which ha would shortly prvamt to  t *r iiatiMnt would in a Urg* tnawmr* dtapal the misapprohcQidon whu-b caused the { rosed hostile feeling af th* Porttigums pa Mir toward England Th# relations mating ha-tween th* English and Portuguaas govern nwaite, ha mid, war* of th* n.—t fri*n.li> Datura PorlugnJ had raggvated that the dispute ta submittal) to arte tent! on but Rag land ounaiitarad arbttratiim tuapplicahi* to tbs present controversy.  Gladtao**’* He mar bo.  It was also stated by P—gimnrgi fVt th* Hwlas tnvttadun to Rngland to participate in th* proposed Ib-rne 1*1.-r conlaraooc had not yet bean ooojdared by the govarnm«nt. Th*-,  toll S Min, SIO He Ste!  I Havg Received a Large Cousignmgiil   OF (JENUINB  LIVELY TOWN THIS.  (enough qtoja.m  to  Keep lh* Ottisaa* Healthy.  I Rm ii>»^ Jt T, Feb. IE—Hale-blo wan ta« kiwi the.at th* postoffice at East Gropua i< ti    and    mcurad fl.AOl) in  •tauil* an i    They    plannad to OO VOT  up their wor I ftrt^ th* bull''lag, but th* •Bpl'w'‘ , 'aroumd half the town and the tar* decamped They  foil. w,  ty    ww ;  not capturod , ^^480, at Grwnwieb bornyl  %%wUm  ^ ^  , .tehW property through  alleged political Lrea wha sat th* tot ch to  ‘Ilk  his *teR*> An tli^ (4 yon let* rooently at tempt.vd to blow ^ mtaletor 1 * bouw and  bacauas the parvon raiding flllHt «,  for  1 third tim* la Av*  " —, —   '    -    *    BMW    VI    UUU  years th* postoffice h^  Th# Cr on la luiyitan' CL_  Ckioaoo, Ilia Fab. ^ ^  A , axoiKter Hoaks.     Frnlpr1( k   Hmith, Mark Hal-wnon.  lnM KavaM . lJgh  Jeremiah O’Donnell, ,  Johll 0r%ham  sharp! with emwpirocj    ^  <>0   aln j«r>. were .wiled up  Jodl , Water man*• conia Wwtn**day    itofen,i  acta Hanks, Halaoon, % ^ taia pined guilty, and the da  atu     „  [><>uuoe(l that ba woald    “  mama Th* oonrt, after     Ul „ ri   what th*T war* bal.ta to I  IB f ur< —1 ^ tall paucity, said h* would , ”idwe U dstedmina what miLgatuig. tUfu-Uli(N<  thor* ware, lf any, tau tbaw*^ ir.__ •Augh and O’Donnell plead tum y  **, th* work of ■•curing a jurvl There is as yet no trace of Gray  hftar a Valuable Mtaa.  Great Falls, Mon!, Fab. IE—A Healy in tenet has broo aroused at Neihart over th* •fforts of a party of capitalist* to secure control of th-, famous    of    th*    Hills" min*  Into which a tunnel has already penetrated a distant* of SA) feet, with the damp bowing hundreds of tons of pay dirt ready for shipment to th* smelter rn soon as th* railroad coom* Th* small mlnara anabia to bold their ore, wagon it %w*lv* mite* to th* railroad at Martin, but tho** abl* to wait an. doing ao. The suieitar hare has received as high a* HUO Un* par day of ors which has been hail lad to th* can.  address fa reply to the queen** sprorh Icing  * ~ * '    -    *    I    that  Hand-Made Oriental - Rugs,  tnov*d, GbuMtooe said that ha regretted thai Ragland had coms in conflict aith bm old ally Portugal, bot Bm uasa wa* on* for ae Gun and K was tatter that th* action ahauld ta prompt  A Itenioastration at l isbon.  Llanos, Fab. IE—Au enormous crowd rn-sam blad in th* Plnoa Dom Pedro and republican orators endeavored to harangue vert oos group* But th* police and cavalry I  Which will be on exhibition and for sale ibis week only a# my  CARPET - STORE.  This is a mr* thane* far parties appreciating such goods, as nothing of tartan  bas *v*r befur* b**nsuown in Alton. *■*•# salted  An laaevattoa la Xsstssky.  LOVI*VILL*, My , Feb. IE —Three notabte bills have bean introduced in th* Kentucky legislature. On* makrn pool-Mlliag or bookmaking on th* non a felony, except upon tracks where a spacial privilege is granted by a cl tartar. Another wake* a Mony of “fraps*-playing, a negro gam* which Ma been taken up by the fashionable “high rollers ' her* alae* keno and Amo wsr* sup-pr—sd. Th* third makes a rim* Hah)* for net presenting things which It advertise* Arty patron who is dissatlsfWd can moke complaint, and upon proof the circus can ta flood #90 to tao  fir* la aa Orphan Asylum.  New Yonx. Fob. IE—Th#Catholic Orphan asylum on Fifth avanu* and Fifty-Aret street was damaged by Ar* to th* extent of #30,000 at S o'clock In th* morning The 400 boy*, all got out in safety. Meter Martha, the mother superior quietly inflamed tar amo-buadjag woe aa Ate and they  ahnrged the tnosa which was disperse ) ofter some fight ii g Twentyolgt>( person* wa* amated. It is * month Moos the Zogllsh  ultimatum was presented to tbs Horturusee  M <>wnimat and dnor Portugal Im modi tel y a<-OMtted it The danonstraUon pl annet was intended os a cete!.ration of th* dmpiw-ate objsctions to ft Th* puttee prevailed  A. J. HOWELL. Third St.  lateraatleaal ( oaruds* Kseheaged. Nu'*, Fob 18 —Th* Amrrican Bait having arrived at VUiafrourtw, fa the hor bur "of I Nice, the Frairh fla-t also lying than, * series of international courtesies have baal inaugurated. Admiral Ifapstit Ttemor* en-terUlaed at a banquet lo I tea/ Admiral Walker and tbs officers of the American while Admiral Walker gives weekly I th* Chi  (fin# no KMM ANO tut#  (SO* #10JC rs|7lm  rot emsi»c  mm tmh nua-aaa  recap ti, ins and danmnte# on board  ong° Th* American fleet  Fhb 8E  1 Its cruise  Chargee Against th* Parnell I tea.  Ixwnoa, Jon. IE—It is probable Chat the (aport wads by th* special ou/urnimtoa. sp pointed to invmtigato tbs rhargm hracgfct by Th* Timm against the FanmiUte Ban hers at the bourn of euLunoQ* will bs pry tented In th* bouw of commons soon. UaB* j th* retort is praotteal^ unonbmua, Judge Day will deliver a separate judgment.  in their turn told th* boys to put Mfd*  tbs yard. Th* littt*  into  go out    __  HBbbs led by “IVA* Hobart Johnson, a lad  of 14. vacated the building and Iliad oat into th* yard. It took them just two  hail minutes to re treat  a Serteus (.  Arrested on  Manitowoc, Win, Feh. IE^ Bherman. city clerk and daalsr •  i>U) an  ,  •hon* here, was arrested and bm  Jast KW HL L Markham charged %  befort  rata  tug a Lt-year old daughter of Johtft ii pleaded not guilty and the oaa* ,    .  juumed ta Feb. ‘SU and th* bail pa #3.UUU. Til* atty marshal, having something wrong, inf.-rtoed the f^ ^ the girl, who finally f-rsuaded the story cd tar ruin. Sherman Is a neat man, lit>r*rion of th* Trest» tar day Babool, and it is difficult for pac belter# th# story. The o»ty is gr«mU cited over the matter. Hh«rm*n, always tarn# a g<»d r< (Hitatiun, I and two children  A British Warship Mtesta*.  NBW Yoaa, Fsh IE—A spacial to The World from Victoria, B. CL, says: Much alarm is felt hare far the safety of H ML BL Hwtftaure, which left Victoria Thirteen days ego, having an board Vina Admiral Hana-ogn Uh* bae not yet reported al Bae Frau risen, and naval authorities ars *nvVrw about bar. There bars bam some Aero* gates akiug the coast lino* she left th* port. The conter Costa Rio* has alto beau oat thirtedo day* fib*, too, was bound for Bon Francl-n and It is faarwd that sh* If down.  temp*roe William Avert* a Stria*.  It*aux. FeIk IE—Th* fVoteUste have | Nuuteoad thor idea of organising a ani rome! labor strike In May, ewing to th# favorable utterances contained is Ute (want ween pts issued by Kmperur William With regard to th* wurktag clam im,,  TUROW ASIDE YOUR KITCL EATERS AND INVENT IN  (jarlaod Slaves and lunges.  T* ray fort** BIWi Debt.  Madrid. Fob. Ll—lath* chamber of dapn tim Hence Banerra, the minister of trad*, presented the Forte Hico budget, which aa-thcrlsm th* govern leant to issue a loan far #*1,001),OOO far th* eunrsndoB of the Forte  Builders’ Hardware a Speciality. I have the Finest Line of Carpenter’s Tools in the City.  TH* Slave Trois Give* l>  C airo. Feb. IE —flehwetnfurtli has infar UMtien that Kkg Mawauga has rvfslaod bls I aa thorny in r ganda. ha# dmtruyad (ta ! •tov* dhows, and Is frtendly with the Chria  Granite and Japanned fare.  Ta Be Mod* a CsHlssL  Paris, Fob IE—Mon signer Rotetli. papa) Sill sbortiy ta elevated to  A. L. FLOSS  Third Street, opp. Belle. Telephone 33.  nancio at Forte, Witt the oardhmiato  Prumlaeat tadloaa Banker Dead.  Dklphi, Ind., Fete IE—Abner BL Bowen, th* well-known bunker, died al bis honk* in this dty at th* age of TE Ii* was at th* bead of th* banking firm of A HJA. Bowen, that has Iron in th* banking bual • j (MSS In this city fur many xaara Ha was I on* of th* a aal ta Met toeu in ladies*, hts pow  Beta Attempt at Rotary.    ^    *"    ***  <ATI r.i. la White Hr G-.vc “ • F roml, ‘* nl     te»d    Lftfaydt#  (.im is Ran, K u I. h te Mr  J {*Wtoand*ry Knights Tem pion will bar*  (rf th* firm of Uvyert* Vug*L was makliW^ „ f  the funeral which a d*f»«it at th* Fifth National bank Tu#hmffiy.  Tw* Ptaaby Faaa*y>vaal* OI ria  NBW (. auxut, Pa, F#U IE—Two young tattoo, daughters of C. F. Law reno#, atm of tbs most prominent (artm-m th Law re* county, vindicated thmnsvivw in a steikum way John Magna • viUag* dutte, Ii aakt to ha va ctmitetal stortep til a dnuegfag aatar# against on* of th* young tall** Mite OaLte Lawrso/-*- and when sh* and Mv Aster met!  mm siinx  I un now rucoiflog • lug. Md vtried tuiek of Cloth., In til the prevuling ehtdee. for Svriog Sniu, whldh I . n p.ep.red to mike up In the  Most  will ooour  assd up, and taggsd far msrey. ara all promfaedt  Th* par tim  day afternoon, ta wm apf^mhad by a well    OM-Ttms^taim  diasssd man who said: ***■ ■■■■■ — *“*    ^  this dollar a gootJ «*»f He turned arcual to *BW*er urn whoa ta fait his lank book C*** 1  sikhs toon under his hand awl another ' ’ stranger crowding tam sgsinst the rolling  ^ranger crosrding tam against th* rolling H* grappted with the thief and bald hint until assistance conia During the ixmlusto* th* ether man got away. When th* money was counted it we* found that then) Wops giJOu. Th* hook urigtMsfiy oontainad #1W, but the thief beld a #1# Ult in bis hand wtaa ta grabbed Mr Uoj*rt’s book.  TH* Havas.a Bister*.  Baltxkom, Feb. IE—The jury in th* third Navaaui trial hart rendered a vsrdkL Edward Hmith, colored, charged with th* murder of HubimI C. Marsh, wa* found guilty of murder in th* first d*gr#o Htaptac Potei> and twelve others charged with th* murder af WdUam T. Hhaa, war* oonrtcted af manslaughter  Kunia- nm Int ta     M     teftaB  m.  ___a '    Ham,    Bah. IE —Capa John   Bate. died Wedroafaj morning  II* 00 rom sn tai rngny rf th* n d  clippier ships ut his day Includfag tbs ;g Eagle, th* fastest sailing vamsi then He was sn gaged In Mw IF*#! Indie* Jar many years, and during th* rabat “‘tnmonded a tran*j» «rt steanwr far th* ^tienl He retired two years ago. and * ut In tows affaire  Revere) retoUOUs to Mtoklga*.  IfaTBorr, Mirk., Feb. IE—En lE-toralba-old baby was harmed to death during a Or* in th* nddean* of John Mea*vin, mw Bay City, Mtoft Al Lokwrtew. Mteh , deb to Parry's bourn burned and an Infant • months “to perished. At Yptolaatl, MMB, Barit* Brown, a 4-y«or-okJ hny. ted tktoa  from th* ss*  of tea gnram, gad vat fatally swildsd  r FWl'olro Mteh . OUvwr Ben way's rest-ae was destiwyad far fir* and hie two  Near  deuce wasdmttnysd far children severely bunted.  Mi  lissiA|s* A galas! a Railway *  Mrs.  V Im, Fob. IE—la th* cam of  a va Th* Vicksburg, ffbrovaport “ .railroad th# Jury return*) a v«r-r of plaintiff for #»),000    “  URI. * «• (■"■I" SWS #^»,WW Klais-  antal h*®* * tewmao cm th* road, was  aoaktin  road.  TK  angia* turning over on him and  Hug  death. Us tiff kilted by  the deim    1 *  Celebretlag Usrols't BtethAay.  CniOAuo. Fob. IE -Th* aonJv*rwarf of th* birth of Atwaham Lincoln was apirofwiataiy oelsbrated at Central Music hall by an aa-tortau»in-ut under tbs s tai dom of Liacote eocneii. National Uakm. The addrsm of th* avsnlag was tfaUvsrsd far lima John M. Thurston, af Nebraska I ta day was >b-mrv#d la other siHm throoghowt lilinois sad  (5UAUANTKKINO  A Perfect Fit  Reasonable Rates and  Complete Satisfactioa  H. C. G. I Dritz, 112 Third st.  II. A. HOFFMANN.  WWW Kumi Second hi.  W-  Mocitoi aod SipBriofa?«  Fire hacks WarrantiMl to l^iat Five Yearn.  “gm* MEAL” MOLINE STOWES.   

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