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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - February 19, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH.  volume  ALTON, ILL., WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRI AHY 19. 1899.  NO. 212  n r  rn  THE TRAGEDY Of MAY 4 ;   Whf*esale Execution of Criminals in China.  FIVE BEHEADED AND FOUR HANGED.  Tit* Mliiilt* Outfit Dressed Iii Red Mil  Their I"IMT* I’l.lntcd the flame Color— Th* Culprit* Utterly I nil I He red ll •Hi*!* Fate- I he Duke of Orleans lo Be Par-doiK'il lijr ln« ,ieBt Mow* Not** of IuI*root,  LoftbOft, Fob. IV.— Dtsjiatches from Khang-hal give full tltittiii of a whobwiW t*t»eutii» witieh took piece recently al Pekin. The cond (sinned nta fourteen in nu iii lier ami were rtitkd to the pl ac* of execution iii wagon* They were tin ■ «*d in rod, their bands Iwing tied leliiwl Diem and a heavy chain being around their neck* The prospect of death luul no effect u|**u them, an i they awned utterly Indifferent to their fate. At the place of the execution the wngotiw ■topped and the Imperial commiieutmer n ad the deer*# of cey'illliil Nine of the prison rn were to tie beheaded end  Dr. J. W. Enos' Sanitarium,  ALTON, ILL.  DB- BNO* —    ,    lorT'**  PUrC ’'“ ed th *  BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL.  ilia ex Deri once during many years hag convinced him that all di«eawa» managed more ■uccoeefully in an institution of this kind, under the  *^!Sl«i of the physician, and with the aid of means not other wile at sommand, than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers  * ^^miitlon of ole SANITA MUM is high, ami UM aurr.mndin K  are free (rom all noxious influence*. It is readily reached by the Second street horse I and is near the Union Depot The building is large, and arrange  ‘id t  ..monte are ae perfect bd Is possible from * knowledge "sanitary science and the requirements of such an  FUictricitv in all ite forms; Oxygen and its compounds; Baths, Douches Mxmuure Inhalation, Nursing, etc..'are provided ai may he required by patients, in addition to such other treatment as may be deemed ads wa do.  Hr* to  hallow!. The f<»rii»or were pl# •■c«l ui front of the apt destined to receive tn<-ir bod mw.  Dispose! of th* Bodies.  Ttielr fa**** were palatrd rod and when the pine- of execution we* reached their rot chit bro wwft* sir! J (ped from then. ami each on* wan forced to dig a grave for himself two feet lu depth. The nubeequent work of til* executioner wm #|i**<*ly, and in a very few moments nine wore beheaded and five itrough*!. Th* toitoi of the liitter were •tretched on the ground, and the I'lBu n pinuod on each a Lur ga |*|*r giving th*; name aint crime of tile condemned. Irot#r tho L* kl lee were exposed, to I** th.' prey of carrion bird* An ii omens* throug hocked to Pekin from the uclgblioriag country to witneaa the execution.  FOREIGN MISCELLANY.  • «*H**ffnMff*i  The Worst They foalil hey.  DUBUS, Fell. tv.- In a letter to The Freeman's Journal, Mr. William O’Brien any* that he accepts the report of the La roe! I  commi-v.ion aa Die * owl that three houor-1*1,1*. ror« a. retrained by coneuJeratam* of judicial jiroprtcty, could say against the Nationalists Mr. (/Brum omt#;ids that The Tin mw should be pine -J in tbs pillory at history with the most heinous propagator* of slander. lls denies that bis object iu  about the  Another Man Arrested In Connection with the Cronin Murder ('n**,  CHH'AUO, Ilia, Fob. IV.—A new and mm* * important link baff b am p.ckod up In tho Cronin nmrdsr SSS* and from all appear nm** it is now reasonably certain that the  K rwt murder consp.racy will Is- tnoroughty exposed. This link consists of the arrent of on* of tit* principal acton in tbs terrible tragedy of May 4. Tin* man who is under arrest however ie not Cooney “The Fox," aa I was reported, an I he was not arn*ted in Michigan. The man who is said to have played a more imjiortant part than Cooney , I in the bloody drama, of the < Tonto conspiracy amt butchery, wa* arrested in Bt J Louis Monday evening by Officer Thomas | of the Central .-tat**) The man has Gm-o sought king and vainly a;*d til* authoiitbw had ah im at given up ail bopwtd being able  I bi ( upturn bim.  Til* man's name is Hmith, and be is l«e-I ie vt*] to Im* t he |wr*>n wki drov# Dr. C ro-nin to the Carbon cottage on the fatal  night     *  The Jury-Bribing Casa.  Clin ago, Fob IV.—The Cronin jury-bribing case eau rrouuied Tuesday morning. George Tncbsppot, the man who Amt re* vealed the fact of tile conspiracy to the state's attorney, was called. He was summoned Out B aa a Juror in the Cronin case. In the Jury waiting room he talked with bailiff Ko oinan, who told biro he could make 11,UUU by getting im the jury and voting for acquittal. The money would be pekl hw wife, who would wear a certain kind of dree* in the jury room to abow the money wa* jai id Witness was examined that afternoon end excused. Koloman met witneaa afterward and told him he had been instructed to pay #5,IWO, or any trio*.  TIII. 1   ! I IIL  DAV  iv I’hvruiw l.\ UL  dUllbOO.  British Extradition Treaty Rat* ified by the Senate.  DOINGS OF THE NATIONAL HOUSE.  The Journal Approved Without Aal Object low—DI ae a aid eg the Hill to Provide a Form of Uovarawval for Oklahoma —Th# Preside*!’# Warning to «'•»»'#■ mon on the Cherokee Atrip— Appropriation tar Galveston.  W a am xotor Citr, Feb. IV. —In th# bouse Tuesday the Journal n a* approved without ohjoctkm, I be p> union appropriation bill  Building Lots for Sale.  Corner Main and Dry, 150x120, for $00. Eighth and Market, 60x120, - - - • $450  Ninth and Market, 50x100,.....$350.  Bluff Street, two lots, each for - - - $150, Alton st*, bet. Fifth & Sixth, 60x120, $500. Higliland Paris..  was reported from th# committed on appro-    —     m   priatkma ami referred to Un* c»»mroitist* <»f q Hundred Lots ranging in size from fifty feet front  the whole, Saturday. March 15. was aet    °    °  yrt    Iv,"tot*.ma. M. IU;—'*>1-.     one  hundred feet and thirtvlfront, all very deep. Prices  K“liejr, of I Vu rn*} I van la A OOWiMtt» coni*     w   from $50 to$500, on terms to suit purchasers.  A STIR IN RELIGIOUS CIRCLES.  mil Nv was ordered on the bill dire*‘ting the importiitmbeit id the census to collect farm mortgage .tatlsUca. The house went Into committee cd the whole to conekhw the 1411 for the ap,* dolment of an assist*^ eeere-tary of war, and at 1:80, without as: .ion, the onouiiitlsi rosa, mid the ho us J went Into committee of the who*# (WI the bill to pro-vide a form of government for Okie boma.  British Extradition Treaty Hatlfled.  At the conclusion of tbr nwralig I alai oms Tuesday, the senate, on motion of Hherrnan went into ae*T#t awdon to dl*cun», and if poaaible (b»|ffwe of the British sail Edition treaty. After wmidderabl# discussion the treaty aaa fttdM wit 1 * unimportant amendment* At 3;3lf the senate cam* out of ae-CCK amnion and the consideration of the , educational bill wa# resumed, Blair having the floor.  A LARGE SOLARIUM  tot 8m, Bath, and exi-rctao in cold and iMljaantwwWfff.  Ear h patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, end reoeiTM rn  daily personal attention.  Now Open  FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS.  For further intormition address Dr. ENOS it the SANITARIUM, corner of George md Third its., Alton, III.  ~    H.    A.    HOFFMANN,  100-102 Last Second st.  Sot JI AGENT* FOB  riotMm  joining the league wa* to bring  I    . A -    Madaaa-I    —  The Methodist tread Declared Defective —4 I aaa Meetings.  I ft DI A MATO Lift, Feb. IV. — Method!#! dr* clee in Indiana ar* badly shaken up. Ape |wr was read last week at a munster,' con-vent! >n im cines noting* aune of the clergy denouncing them.    A published report  caused a SMI aa bon.    At another meeting  the proceeding* created muoh seton Khmaot.  Dr. (kadvlo declared that th# M#tbr»ii»t creed, like that of the Frsshytertan, ie de- of the minority, fectiv.—come hymns teach erroaeoua Ah'- Blent that a UU trine end pulpit terminology is frequently ted Dr. Cl-velaud, cousin of the ex-praei-deut, recently from New York state, agreed with him, ss did two or throe others.  Last It*Vinton of th* HIM*.  Goodwin said th# cant phrase# “Hav.. you got religion I" "Do you enjoy HUgtouf*  One of the nicest residence plats in Alton.  Over IOO Houses and Lots in different parts of tho city. Call and see list.  Bo RIT & Mal, I  Th# Silver Qaestlon.  Wamb Boron (Tty, Feb. I®.—At the meeting of the senate finance committee the v ar I** in silver and currency bills that hare I wen referred to it were under comMM* tam. The diecutwiou covered th* whole range of the financial situation, but the Aiver question wa* th# prlm li>al topic. AU th* Re|>ubiiran members of the committee were present and Messrs Harris and Vance There was practical agree-■h.'ttki I* ,is seed authoris lug Ute Skcretary of tile trcw>ury to increase til* purchase of silver, store it as bullion and lame certificates upon IL  Fire backs  “QUICK HK Air JVuw*  Wat* ranted  <1 AS OL I It K N TO VK ti.  b< for* the fofmatxin of th. league.  O’Brisa was convmcod that web separat ion j wan impracticable  PunUhod for HI* iHtprudeaes.  lim MXI a, Feb. IV.—Th* an*>al court, to | which aaa carried the few of M. ('orvellaln, J tlx; proprietor of tho cartridge factory Bt Antwerp In which the disa»tr.u« ex potion occuttmI last Hop ember, and who was aes* tenet*! to four years and six mouths imprisonment and to pay * tin* of 2,-VIG france for committing homicide by imprudent#, ba* confirmed I ii* senteBS* originally inqK.x*l and ad led slghtwn months to the tiroti to be ffcrvtd by the prisoner.  Will Still He atsler.  Beni its, Feb. IM -The scnii-official pre*# In simultaneous article* baa reported th# sp proa* bing retirement of Prince Bismarck I root bkt Pru-nan offices, and ti tat be will retain only that of chancellor of the empir e No great attent: rn bae law* paid to this, be* cause it I* roue! ierwi that so long u* the prince rt * sit.* th* tiffloe of ebanowll.«r the adieu! Arati* * cttuatM'O i* unchang-d.  to I.aat Five Yeara.  (Iuttering t  S/mttinq nt Ism  RESOLUTIONS  UNANIMOUSLY ADOPTED.  By Die Boob Citizens of 41m ani Vicinity loci .....'  Disaster at ava.  Lotto*ut. F U IV—Th# British steamship Man I tat tau, t’apl. Leighton, which Hailed from Loo ion Jan. II for New \ork, but tai be qticti i y put Ine'k t*» Q ie-mtown. ran into and *u is IU* ich--tier Mary Boyle on Jan 12. Th* tc wa of the duewt* r bas Just Ihwii learned from the only survivor of parsons ob boBrd the schooner, w b( > been landed at Belfast.  improper pulpit terminology. Mf list ama* would there be in asking a man “Do you enjoy good healthf * Iii the discueston that followed th* japer Dr. Civvslaod mid that ouch silly questions as “Ar# you roved!• end *■ Doer I.or<I." bad #»«>* to th* pulpit and pew through the Young Men’s t'hristiau ae-*(elation. Dr. Goodwin declared that the work of the la*t revisers of the Wide Ie a die-apt (ointment,  Th* Destitution la Mouth Dakota.  Mixrtr.aiolis, Mina. F«d(. IV.—Th# Journals Flams K D„ special says: The house leu peso**! a Joint resolution admitting that ck stiiutiun exude in many parte of th* state. end that the fanners must be furnished with Mud a brot by public and private ftitsrrlp tkm, Th* resolution deciares that under tiro •date constitution, stain and oountlro are pow* rlero to render aid, and that all aietst-mice must com* from (*ut*ide sources. The Uhole matter i i placed rn the Irou i* of G.v cr mr Mellette, «ho will ejqirol to the ro»t for ni l, This *. t.. ii of the bouse is regarded se a complete iieloreement of (iovemor MelU-tte's “u-ggin^ errand.* It will doubt-leae pass the senate.  ALWAYS AHEAD  With the aim of Leading in my Line of UunineBH I have Received a Large Slock of  Jersey Collies.  WH Kit FAH, it haft Pleased lilt* Royal Nibs.  A.  To remain with the Good People of this vicinity “FOR LO!” these Many Years after liutuguratlug a Hysteni of Small I lofit. Sharp Coni petition. Btl It therefor*,  RESOLVED, Tliat «e  Interests, when In Need .of *;tV»v,iYi i\i; CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, !UItNISIIING  and DRY GOODS, to Call on  THE GLOBE.  th*  AND HE IT FURTHER  RESOLVED, awhile longer we all A. HILDEBRAND, that a Copy of this be se ut to  That in order lo keep Hi «? y AL HIW-TO «. of us agri*u L» nend our N*»uI" ® _    .  for all their (rood (ioode et LOW I* - * IHE GLOBE.  Iloolengvr's Divorce Case.  Paws, Fvb. IV.—Qm. Boulanger has he n notified that the Nacred Congregation bad decided ftgAiwd his albication for dlvon-e. Tiro gen* rat bas sent to th* papal nuncio at Fan*, eatrroting bim to ask tho holy father U> overrule th# decision Should th* appd cation be successful, the general will marry Mine Boonetnain, to whom be owe# HW,UA)  france.     _  To I*• rdirn the Young Duke.  FaK!» Feb. 1W.—Preekkrot Carnot bas de ckiel to pardon tbs Duke of Orleans and have bim swot ted to tbs fneitnc. grams from lh# Couat of Farts have been r*.w«vwd ber* in which he says that he ie proud of bis eon, and bas boon made happy by th* stand taken by bim, but grieves pro-foundly at bls being convicted.  Hist en Person* Drowned.  Ijoxdon, Fbb. IV.—in a collision with th* Rotterdam strolle r Britton, the s'romaMp t'oral Uuroo from Gothenburg has been Mi ak off the river Tees. Bn teen persons from tiro Coral Queen are reported es having broo drowned. _  ■Uveas, th# American Trnvsler.  LoHBOB Feb. IV.—Thomas Steven*, th* Af ti cep t reveler, ha* Iron Invited by th# Royal Geographical sodety to roodla gpro describing how be reached Henry M Btnu  ley to he read betorn th# members of the eochdy.    -  Count Andrn*«y l»*»d.  FmiTii Fell. IV.—Coast Jubu* Andrmmv. Ute well-known Hun* sr KUI statesman, who has been ill for atMBB time et V olosoa, nror Flume, die I Tu vdey, He wa# «7 year*  old.    __  Kl Mon. Bt* Louts Mallet DesJ. Losooa, Feb It-Th* Rt Hon. Sir Louis Mallet, C. B., the well known commercial treaties, died flues*#.    -  Pntal Pl** at newark, N. J.  Ski* ahs N J., reb. It.-A tim, which mrhd roriy Tuesday morning in th# am-feet lottery store of Hairy brita, SMT Broad street, .sickly #.(mmanieated to thejdun of Tboina# B. Blackburn and th* fnacy ■tore cd Julius Blum, all of wh ch weraeuui-nkdoly gutted. The excluanout durffig the .t.nfiugt al nm was intense, but ell the in* inst*- Of tiro tenement* over til* ^1- were rest u*d in -nitay with the exception cf Mrs Mary burns, ag »i VB. ■'ho wa* su!f *ost<d U U rn tar fln-ntoti could roil'd* her  Completed tier Past.  R ACI mb, WI# , F-b IM —Mrs Bunritt, th* rn if# of tho sup’linum tent of th* street rail* USV, who began sisaity ne lay', fvt hrn (Diiip'.etod her teak. Kb# had broo * mil finer from dysf»i«sia for many year*, and upon the advice of ber physician, Dr Kitto,  I logan a fast of twenty-on# day# Bb* Is re-j a. rind to be la excellent health aud entirely cured from the dtaroea Her <’#-* ha* Iron watched Iqr people la ell |*Wte of the ooua-try and ah* bae a ate k of letters several feet high from p reno# in all parti at the northwest Bb*- was given a little broth, about e spoonful, but lid not seem to relish It       -  Railroads la I a# I aas.  Is DIANA roue. Ind., FeU IM-Blate Statistician Prole bas completed bls tables coo cerning tho railroad# of thin state. Ha shows the* in I NMM th# |ro*eenger roralng* were boh i I** dW.ttlfi; frvigbt earning-. |7o,9« V64, T-u, and ear mugs from ('thro source*,   1  making a total of »K»5,008,ICM. Th# expend-itures were $T7,«I3,3«, leaving aa euro* of earning* over expenses of IYT,WM,IIL Th* gpro earnings, the statrotician roya, arsI IM law eat on rn bonded hidebtednros of fl*,-VtV, IOO, sad th* surpln* Is if- pro cent at the same <l.*bt Th* number of sin ploy ae on all the road* is ab ut 71,57V  He aa Ie Coal Mitt** on Comaserea. WaaHiauTOM Citt, Ftdi. IV.—Th# senate e'noiittw un cntjunerce agreed to report favorably Mr. Coheh bill appropriating ®9,-AW.IIW far the oonatructton of a deep a abv harbor at Galvsetou, wMb an aii(*ndmeut pi OTI ling that tb*e»jjeud(turff shall bo made at tb* rate of |i,0UU,*U) a year. This chang* was suggested by the soglDeer dejsirtnn nt of the army, under direction of which the na rk Ie to be prosecuted  The Woman Moffvagtsts.  WASKI son >* I TTT. Fab. IV.—The tweoty-second annual cooventkm of th# National Women's Huff rage asci* rot iou was formally opeuet Tuesday morning in Lincoln Music hall. A (id reams ware made by Mr*. Kinta both Cady Blanton and th# Hon. William Dudley Foulke, of Indiana.  Warned to Vacate the Mtrtp.  WAantaOTOB Cm, Fob IV.—Th* president has keiued a {*ror Ie fruition warning the cattle owner* now occupying th* “Charohee atrip" to vacate before Get, I, liWU.  Hub Over and Killed.  Bouto*, Feh. lh—As George H. Bradford, a wealthy resident of Beacon street, was enjoying a borer back rids on that street between the Brookhne bridge and Ht. Mary’s turret, an electric ear name ap behind him at a rapid rate, frightening his harm Tiro horse shied, and when the driver of the car ■truck his gong to clear the track, th* animal planBsi himself squarely on th* track in front of th* car and was run down by it, beth boree end rider Mug Instantly killed. Mr. Bradford troves a family  BYZANTINE RUGS  The Latest in he Market, in all Sizes and Colors, A FINER AND BETTER RUG than the SYRMA RUG. at the Sams Price.  The Citizen* of Alton find Vicinity arc Cordially Invited to Call and Examine these HUGS. I am not ufraid of an Inspection of their Quality.  /v- J. HOWELL.  lh ,1 TSI I Bf'") DQ SU ta nos f10,» to 175,00.  tx* Mocu SIM isif out. sin  Dig Bl#  OBA MOC, Tax the city jai) wee  authority on Monday from In-  CITY OF ALTOS ASO WEBS  Committee.  Michigan Wa# N«t Asked.  La.setNO, MKS., FjA IM Governor Loc# my* that so far a# Mi< higan ie cou«vra#d throe is no truth in Gov. re r Foraker's statement that the adjutant r* a ral of the a,my bad >» 1^7, asked the governor* of all at nu* alout tiro condition of tiro stat* intl His  perish**! ta th# Caid.  ABxangSM, W. D , Fell H>-The eevro*  oold w rot her of Bat or. lay hokta hero Th# thcriiionwtor ranged about aero and b#k>w Munday and Munday night. News of th* death by freeing of aa old lady named An-,tore >n living three miles northwest of here, has brou received. Bb# wa# 73 years of ag*, lilind and feeble, and supposed to have risen during th# night and lad her way H«r re mains *er# found upon a piece of plowed ground near the bones Monday morning.  Hew Mise Amtth Kscaped.  Boston, Fob. IV - Mrs LuHoda Bargrot, th* nurse charged with conniving at th# M*»pe of liui* Bmith, aa Important wlt-immw against Mis* Dr Ludgat#, wa* arrroUd Monday. At tiro -tattoo ab* gav» a full j spiry of all that baa bappeued in Miss Lad-gato’s bouse daring bro stay. Kb* statod that while Mise Bmith was making ber ee-,ape. Min Dr. Lndgatawas entertaining rn the dining room the special officer on guard ae the prwatow    ___  shut Himself Throng!! Sh# Heed.  Rxw Yon*. Feb. Ii -Shortly before lf (/clock at night a man, about *0 years of ace. rf lot himself thrugh th# bead with a '.ti calibre revelvro ta frau* of IM Perry street He died almost un im d lately UM boily was taken to tim (’bari** Bus t BU turn bouse. From papers ta his pocket* it was learned that tho nam* of th* mkdd* was Victor Cravath, and that be lived at DaRoto, Mo. He a railroad machinist  Usa i Go th* Kales.  CYUCauo, Feh, IV.—I'h* Weetem Freight aroodation Monday, by a vow af 17 to ll, auth died a reduction ta freight rate* to Missouri river points to correapond with tin* recent cut by the Illinois Central on Bloux City total ti**# Tbs reductlm amount* to I about 15 percent The new rata* will be-come efft cliv o on Fab. ML  at Oraage, Tea.  Ibb IV.—Monday night tm lire Before tiro flame* could be subdued th# Jail. th* city court house and alt th* city records, and V Mer-rial .c's toe bouse arere dkutroyed. The lat-uv’s tom ie |A<» ’, And th# lo** to th# city will be very heavy. It wee with difficulty that th* depot and other buildings were saved. The prieotror# in Jail bad narrow aw cape*.  A Railroad Pres I rte* I Retiree  K ka TTI JI, Wash , Feh it —Th# annoonoe-tneut la mad# that the resignation of J McDonald, ae president of the Beattie, Uke 8bore A JSoMero railroad, ha* lee w .vptrd Th.-reason for his resignation is said u> be a pram of private buataero It ie stated that A K Denham has been mad# managing trustee of road, and will aet as manager for the praaaal________  Ta Restrain Cali#ctto» af Tea##.  BrniMurixi.D, Ilia, F#t». IV. —Official ao-Bcm ba* been served on the stat* auditor and Mat* treasurer that an action has been cum uienoed in Malta* county ti. restrain th* ooh k<t i<>n of laxas amassed thor* foe th# pay maut of certain railroad aid bowls which are registered ta the etal* auditor's office.  THROW A5IDE YOUR FUEL KATRIS ANH INVENT IN  (iiirlanil Stoves ami Ranges.  Builders' Hardware a Speciality. I have the Finest Line of Carpenter's Tools in the City.  Granite and Japanned Ware.  A. L. FLOSS  Thin! Street, opp. Belle. Telephone 82.  03  Itoas af Banjamls.  CLX VELAS D, Ohio, Fab It—The bkmtual convention of the Hun of Benjamin ie ta aaa-her#, with l orooer Ferdinand I->•▼)*, of New York, in the cheir Nearly 200 A gate* are ta attcndenro The report of tbs secretary shows that tbs receipts were flMM, •07, end th* diebur semen ta I IO* ANV  Meets the Martas Vlxeu.il lUeewed. Ottawa, Ont, Fab It-Th* government bes de kH to ask parliament to ranaw the modus vivendi ta view of th* dtepueitioa of th* governnrout to aef'Bat# for s eett lament of all th* dtfficuHias trot wee* Canada and Uro Ualtad Mtatro The atatameut come# from tbs unnut* r of Juseto*.  rim at Daleth, Mien. MiwxBArous, Mina., Feb. IV. —Th# Jour-ael's Du Aith, Minn , specie! any*:    Foe  Tuesday morning burtrod Turner hall ob the seat ii‘k the dwelling of D- D. Jones, oeru-^D. CL Wrtbh sud Mr. Hunter, and ! Keo buildings owned bf J. Bchumaan. L*#, Un,(KU; Insurance, ll I.WO.  Heat#Nard ta D*»th. MiftgXAK'bin, Feb. IV.-The Journey* Redwood Falls, Minn., (pectal my#! CBftou Holden has been aeutencad to be hanged Hoi,ic, umrdcred Frank Ddge, of Morton, on the night of Now. ffl. I*** The caum for . u* crime ie ae yet unknown  A M orderer Respited.  Bx ft Tv J* vuxx, Ark.. F#U IV-Hamuel Jome who was aetiumeed to hang n«-xt Friday for th# murder of <*. W. Keiuror. has Pron respited antu March 14  OD  U  09  sn a)  -  x=  o  CZ  Ss  =3 O OD  — o  CTS  VS  THE IMPROVED ‘ BVNNEE LAMP.**  f  ab for above cut ie especially reconiiuend.-d for ii. u>ling. Hewing or the tutting itooai or Parlor ’ it i* beautiful ai uppcaiuncffiM Jpwwtami ija wcstru' tioii  buy or hot  in nvcdlff«r.*r,t#tyr*  111  l*i. -c fn»r Ii > b> V. o aud ai ti,*.# ini,#* w» -ii#  ^ r^.^eiM at IT ca IU pl. ase a»k lo»*. them. we wlUgladly show >.»u ,f y.u wuffi to 14, reel .re maiiv    th- -ban > Kit I AMI- n**xt time you cull at  ti.- have • i t  Hoppe’s China  ^10 Weal Third at.  aammre smss _ WM  Jim sjL 4EA# ii JL I   

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