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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - April 28, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH.  %  VOLUME 2i>«  ALTON, ILL., MONDAY EVENING, APIOL 28, 18<K>.  no. ae  O  SHOULD BE LOCKED UP.  tor  Items of General Irterest from Across the Sea.  UNEASY FEELING IN AUSTRALIA.  Dr. J. W. Enos Sanitarium  ALTOM, ILL.  DR KNOB announces that he has eetahlinhed in a building purchased for the purpoae a SANITARIUM for the  TBEATI1T .OF ILL CDRABiJ DISEASES.  BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL.  HI* experience during many years ha* convinced him that all disease* oan be managed more successfully in an institution of thin kind, under the constant wiper vision of the physician, and with the aid of means not otherwise al command, than when tnt* patients are seen by their medical adviaert  at interval* of aeveral hoars or davs.  The position of the SANITARIUM la high, and the surrounding are free Irom all noxious influence*. It i* readily reached by the Second street hor** oars, and is near the Union Depot.  The building is large, and arrangement* are as perfect as is possible from ^knowledge of sanitary science ana the requirement* of such an institution.  Electricity in all its form*; Oxygen and it* compounds*, Bath*, Douches, Massage, Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided as may be required by pa-tic ut* in addition to snoh other treatment as may be deemed advisable.  A LARGE SOLARIUM  For Sun Batik* and exercise in cold and inclement weather, etc., I* provided.  Each patient I* thoroughly examined by Dr. Eno«, and receive* his daily personal attention.  Now Open  FOR TRK RECEPTION OF PATIENTS.  For further information addres* Or. ENOS at the SANITARIUM, corner of George and Third att., Alton, III.  Latest ii Dress  Latest in Beaded Wraps ain Capes.  rh* F.tiarmu*i Proportion. WU'cli th*  I.*Hor Movement I hrosts-a* fw Ase-im*  May Day ( mu*** (oior.l Alarm Th* Military <»r,l.r.d to Kir* on Kiotou* biti her Int*—Imperii. William Dine* with Qhmd Victoria nt l»n. m.lmlu London, April SS —A# M ijr Day ap-(■mach**, th* feeling of ttti*a»ine*H anti dread inrrraara throughout Australia, end the Authority*# are overt.helmed with a; peal* (rout the Uw-aU*iing stemmt (or protection ognitnt outrage and violence. Though th* (unitary bn* thus far Leeu u^ad glaringly in quailing (h urter, a greater <1 <gr#e of activity is observable In th* van. st. garrison*, rumja, etc., and many of the weaker on** have bern ron.iderablv rein I into I. Indeed,  It may to stat*-I that th* govurnmant now fully shat- « ut tbs general .term fait at tba enormous proporti jus which the at-' allod Ii bor raovamen t L.re* tens to Maume, and has entirely atatndonad Its policy of non* int* if crenel with the work of the civil authorities in prws’irvmg or ter which charac terlaed it* at titu ie with refer ace to tbs recent Vienna riots, on which occasion th* military wa# not call-‘I out uutll the police bud demonstrated tb«lr utter loefllclaooy, aud then only in small form  A Btl-Sew) I tic Warfare.  The ectl n of the strikers In tasking their differences with their employers e pr -text for engaging in enti-bemltlc warfare bas  Ewally incensed a large proportion of the dter cia-# of people against them, aud the May Day movement ae a labor demonstration stlius deprived of much rf the public sympathy which It otherwise would have bad. It is issei bd that commanders of garrisons ar* shandy in receipt of orders to Hrs up>n disord ily gatherings on May Day upon the very fl'ot tel ut ion of their I determination to offer resistanc* to the an tboniiiw. and thr< ughout th. two kingdom* arrangement* are (serf# Mug to quell rioter-ln the nu st sammary manner  Violent Women Itlwtere.  In tho disturbances that have thus fat taken place, and particularly those of an antt-fteuuUc chara- ter, th j moet vtoU-ntof th# rioters have been women, the fury of some of whom was alum*! Inconceivable.  In many fostnnoM they mar chad she* J of the men, (My inc the soldiery and commit-tug arte cif cruelly and fiendish brutality that t astr male com pin Ion. visibly shrank from.  Kspierer it wa ley at Dove*.  Doves, April *1—Henry M. Stanley ar-rived bere from Brume la at H;»5 p in., and was frosted by cheuring thousands. Th* local mismanagement of the reception arrangements w,* KU.b that great confusion occurred at the pie-. The reporter* defied the police, and a light at one time see mo I imminent Rom* of Mr. Ht an ley’s friends, Including Mr, New, the A m r loan consul general at Loedoa; Ru.ten Pa ha. Turkish snlawwlor lo Graal Brits I ti. Ism! and V'oJfley were uttalde to beard the steamer iu consetinenoe of th* prevailing diaortter. Mr. (Ramey r*pli«d to th* municipal ad- J dress of welcome with a few words of thanks, an I at KA pi rn., ba started for London.  The Ile snit of Rials’* Torre*.  Cauk), April 88 -A coptic clerk who wa* an employ* of Emin Bey, while Emin wa* nt Wide tai, bas mad* a sworn deposition before Meson Bey to the effect ti.st the revolt of En in’s forces wa* solely dee to th* discovery of Emin's plan* to Mirrvml *r hi* , pr« iv in • In tbs Mahdi Enate, according to j lbs cU-rb's vtatemeat. sent three messengers to the Mahdi • ffering to suiretxter, but they were seised end .topped by Bruin » rffiosra The revolt followed this discovery. Mason I Bey considers the statement credible.  An Iowa Woman Who Use a Mania Suicide and Murder.  Km Ona, Iowa, April gS.—Mm James Lyons, th* Wtf« of a well-to-do Mills county far**ar, triad Id commit suicide by jumping Into a well. She wa* rescue I, aud a few hours Inter wa* found iu a spar* room trying to drown herself in a tub of water. Mrs. Lyons hasbeen inarmd about two years. Her husband ass a widow# r with two infant chlldr-u. Soon after their ravrelate inc wile deve.o|)»-1 insanity. In a violent fit of rage on i v th>- attemptsd to kill her youngest child, a babe of Id month-*, by bolding it in a washtub Luckily Mr. Lyon* was at bone) and rracuud t ie I rah*-dr ow ned infant The wom>-n ba* on many or*-*stun. att- rn pled to tat < the lite of ter busbaud, aud ones ii - narrowly artp-d bring turn*.! to -I -sib white steeping- H s wife set firs to Hi** U< h-iothew. md ta- Wa* not awakened until th* fl ions bad com pl st hr sayeiopsd bim  IHM ALIVE.  Mott Horrible Milwaukee,  Story  Wig  from  DR HaTO.IAHD’8 NEFARIOUS WORK.  GOT HIMSELF INTO TROUBLE.  A I’w«Dossier WH* Was Too Xealowa la w tev* Affair.  Haltim hr, April SMI—Id bls rfforts to prevent alist to consider-4 an uit<tes.r*'4s si ll* ne* let Wien his ate •«, Jo um J. tv.ma, a ho is yet in ber Us*.*, and E C Mr howe, F<wtmaster Frederic* A ihayec, el Oakland, bas rendered hinvwlX babis to prosecution for violating lite ;<ustal la wa ii* WM taken iwfor* u. ti. ( omm lest# hist Rogers, and WM released on bail for tbs action of the futural fraud Jury Miss Jobns*ai bad written a letter to Meno an winch pss-sd through Thayer** hand* as pqatm-v*-ter, lls retained it to consol! the girl's moth r. Tbs tetter, in turn, sent for Mt-ftowa, and there was a wry lively scan*. To get av rn the young swain teed the poM-mliter arrested  Tardea* Rstnsed.  BrinvortBU). Ills, AprU 8S—Governur F1f*r passe*! upon and refused Friday par-dors In the following <-as«a:    Dr.    Joseph  Iii yant, convicted of rnaos.au.hu r in IV W tt county in IWW, and sentenced for on* y*-ar; Jo roc ( amer*rn ionvu ted of burglary in Cook ooumy in item, and ssntenced for four/tar*; William F Hbaw, «tm» cled of rev. nag stolen prop>rty in Cook count/ In I*-"!), sn I »*n karat to two ysarv; Eo-ward I’atterson, euuvirfed of burglary in Cook cr ‘U ut y in I IMT, and sui. mi'l tor five y*4.s; peter On#*)*. h c» n vier sd of murder in J rv-y c< utity In IHM), and sent. need to Iwcuty-flv* y -ara  Saratt Allheal** th* ti ar I'atU.  Frksxo, Cai, April Mi— Barth A.tte-v  Trrry matte brr appearance in th. teU .of CG Hay*-, administrator of the salats of D vid 8 Terry, an i demand*! aotns money. Hay I-sail he ha I nous on hand to too* mg to the astate, hut there sort law books that might be auld. Bbs thou went toto th# adjoining olflo* of C*ldw.4i. woo is the attorney for th* admi* is; rn tor, and aft. r wrangling with him Ah was »j.«cted from Uke oftl «. Kb* returned and smashed tis* windows and mads a tom - Nvyls left his office, and sha followed, threat -mug to slioit him.  Cst His Threat an tbs Streets.  Le XI noti .a, Mo, April 38 — At noon Friday while th* principal str# *t of this town was crowded while p -opte, a man, etwoni-panled by e worn rn *n I two childre*, cause I greet sxcitement by publicly rutting his throat and th* veins in his wri* with a TM SOT Bs was taken to the hospital, whet-* it kl sal I he ie eot fatally injure*! Te would-be so UA is Is fV Brennan, and ba ha I walked hers from WW City, Ken., w ith his wit* and children in search of work. Bv said bs could not cur* bls stomach ach**, sud resolved to (Ii* rather than to endure tile pain.    ____________  A Hall-f’leyer Madly Hart.  I    Birr am*', N Y.. Apart! kb-Rainey, right-  fishier of (be Buff tie I eyer'* dub, we* tnt on the bead by a pitched t«all in Friday’* game, and *0 **v«r*iy injured that he had ta he aa*lated off lh* ground* There was a rumor Saturday morning that he wa* tee I, buteo Inquiry it wa* te»rn*i that although •offering from eooouestuu of th* brain, be ta In no Immediate danger. Bis physician says serious trouble entuHl nse Muriw k a  til  Stalls.  Rial Collar ni Pawers  ■emperor William at Darmstadt.  Da km-i apt, April A -Emperor Wiliam  affivBti IwMn# (Vidij- Til# fPifif) cttik# a1 * -r,------------ .    .    .    .    .  H— Md UM CCH «d miuw, .clWIUc  Nnmlwattews Cusltoisd.  W san I RMIDX C'fTV, April DB —Th* •enate In aer ret smeioit condnied the follawing aoliiInetion*. John ti Fremont, of Stew fort, major g«a#ral U H. A.; UC. Good. tog, id In liana chief ju*the supreme *oiirt of Ariadna, J. R Callla. -geut for lmltau* -rf th* Bku kfset eg<mey, Mentena, and *h« following F*nn»y*vaiMt pod master* G BT. -Dotson. Ceaibri.;gvtM>ioagh, ll Vt A tide, Hasleton, Watha • WHecei. I' -srntnglown, I Thomas Bitting, Ambler. M T. Ioumoy i, I EuUtown  rec Iv«d him at the railway station, aud th* wbol • party drove to the hew palace, wber. the eiii|wr»r was greetel by Qui <n V Ic tor la aud th# princess* Af tar ward the .-mjisror proceeded to tbs ducal onstte. and later re-turn d to the paled' > and dine! with the queen aud the ducal family.  Latest and Correct Styles in  Millinery Novelties,  Latest in Clotting M Gents  ALSO—  Shoes Best and Cheapest  AT  THE GLOBE  ALTON, ILL.  HoppIlM Aru* te K^tel Paton. April 8k—At a rn cling of the cabinet N. Barley, mtokder «f marine, in-noun cl that ouffictent OUppHa* hod U«i •eat to Kubttoa, Dubouwy, to last during tire rainy seas-m, ami that the cruiser R »-lam! bad Iwn orderixl to b-ave H. aagal with a dcta< I.*.o-nt of B*U"gu*» *• iMten.*n to re-lo fore • th# Kotooori gerriwkh  Tho Nirlhe Ie Ireland.  1)1 'SUN. April rn- Heil way service at night w totally *wp mdel no **«mnt id th* (trig,.. Th* most important *iay train* aru run by th- aid of clerks who act a* guard* and switchmen. The *u*p-e* • rn of th# uight train la tween ( <rk a id Du'dtn bas < auaed ddivy of th* Am -rtoan rn »k  dada* MUMM* Will resee**to.  New Von*. AprU JA-ll M reported that Judge Hilton b»* tak-n rtope to pcooecut*  Th* Vt o« I i f« r it* pubiicwtiori of art lr ie* referring to him la *n offmmiv# way la uou-norttoo with th* Stewart property. Rwtr urtiay’* World <-oola.n# wn*«<her wrtlcl# .if the scrim, the -ubsUn w te-lng that A. T. i Ute vt art's ■>»•> to*, Mr* Hugh HkaUy, *o» allow*! to live an I die la poverty In New York, and tor chiktlon rurvDwd hut * plh ta no* from the * *t to.    __  Me Mad a Had Becard-A HU lard. Win, April ft-El-Fait. c rvjite* of ttwwvory memory, was mvastP gabd tore by a committae of Mtthodiet niinutera He wa* foetid fumy of Immor-aiity, d«w*rling hi* wife for another woman, and .if mtiuppropn* mg th-* funds of hi* church WI en in A-h md th re* yenre •« ColHn* wa* *U((p#ud*d lr*un hie mlntoterlnl funcUoiw end nil •oUTch prtviisgo*.  A Rli-ltoy Itlrycie HW*.  Omaha Neb., April V* -Jerk Primo*, th* cham|Aiel long distance t4»*ycl* rider of the world, ate! Bd Reeding, th smiler who bM don* wwiis w- b is* ut riling in the past year. have •igoad artud«* of a 'remeot to rate sift oi kiwi per day, for ai* *iny \ cern-Rmaetng May ii for pl,OOO, atole and th*  t hemp tonsil I p.  1-reotdenDal MsMBlnnllene. ffMMWfWCWi April HH,—The praal-deet has eat to the • nato the nonitn».ttt,u* rf J c. Dunahower, of Mumeoota, to to Lilted Hts lr* tnnrehal for Minneeoa. and Wiil.em I Webster, to to poetmnstwr at TOUham*. Fin.  Oewlda’t Steed MU rail tine.  Lion*ikr. Pa, April 88 —Tbs Rev. E 8. McKinley he* resigned the pastorate of Ute Finn Freebyteriaii chorck here, after eight sen year*' ow * to«. for a |»culiar reaeou Last fall be mild* th# 4wlw»ti>« that the defeat rf | rohlbfUao «*** a worm disaster than the Johntooww A«»t H» «ras promptly rebuked by ef -Burgwe Dtek of Joke* town, and others. The diMatufoctteu grew until the Rev Mr. McKiulay we* askoi to  Tv* Men flrewwed I* Ms* Benld*.  CAixnrr, MkA., April » -A* twelve luuibcrmcfl win crooning the rapids on I e Otter river ta a can*"* i*»tr bul wee cep-•Ued. Ten marked lbs shore safety, bist Charles Lrlsiult end Dial' Ln<cmirwtee were drowned. Their Ikall*# hnv# got yet torn ro-cuverwd. Th* survivors all had Barrow <*-  ere pea _ _ ______ _    _____  Mig I,alter Demenstralieu.  ToaoRTo, Out., April A—The various fetor orgeats ton* of this city ar* arrang lag for a mooater d#m<**te»uou co May 8 About 10,000 men will to In line. John Burna, the famous Loudon Ho* alist, now in Washington, ha* aroepted en in vita tom to to praw-id ani n.*h* a sp web.  A V lotos y **» ll AV RUD Ll, Mesa, April lh->At a IT'n**—g of the mater pinmhartL Un smiths and gas fitter* It wa* mn*almondy voted to grunt the raqueet of tim work men for Bins hour* a day ertthout a red notion rf pay.  _    _________  A Heston Keller*.  Boa vow, Mean, April iii.—Fled. R W«oP worth to* gnn* toto Insolvency with un-••curat debt* of MO,TK; mosts vsrjr light. The fniinrv is due to ejilcasiv* duration In tofeoding bk right* hi aortetn peUnia  Usa th of a Flower* ffslfb Maher.  Bosrmn, Mom. hard na,—A private d e-fan ti frow fhlfemdphta -nnvunth doatb th* re (lf Nohwm I* Mr;, t v rn, OL* of Us* p.oueera vt Amanous weUA-abet mg •god 7L  His nils Charges Him wto Crimlawl ifalprariIre and lh# Hurnlug Alive *»f J luting Habea llrwwght Into lh* World TfirotiRh His Abominable l’r*rll«r# -Two (•••, I Itrd In »Vbirl, lh# Mother* Died—Th;- Doctor’s Crwrlty.  Mn.w \t KRE, Win, April ’n — Ah svsning pap>-r tor# devotes Av#columns toauaHngs<1 •I poswro of th* crlmiusi pr ct ices of Dr.  T onies Uatchsr<L AG,ut ten d iy» ago Dr. Hatcher J brought suit for divor-m against hi* wit*, Mrs Nancy M J. H .ichor!, in which bs alleged that sto sxcssaiweiy ural I (pier on<t morphine Mr* Bombard, In h.-r siiswrr, cluugin tor bush id with many orucI ami brutal acta, including criminal nit. pntciHVttutl tb* burning of young babies a.vs bb.«< barges th it he con carted their boose into rn t,u*< ital. vb*r< wonton who w a tm,I u avoid th# const qusnc## af ttohr crunc- wer# lr .-atod, end that eh* wan forced a^aiuxt bi r will, to cars for and nuns them after he tod performed theoperettona Bul i it remained for Mn lls I chord, in an interview, to give more epocifitwUy tbs fart* In regard to tb# aRcgwl nbomlnsble end tor-  * -venus J >ra ct I ess of her hnston-1 Kb# is a the--tx A mg woman, MU y«*r* old, and *1  Bt keeping an apartment hones et £* avvi)uc Ber story, if true, certainly gspete one of the must wick d criinneu known to this agr and country.  Mrs. llatehard’s Htory.  In the interview she soys; "Five time* dbl I ss# him take live, crying, uew mid prr-maUtrsiy laura to bee, buiid a red-hot fir* in the stove, and, amid their wail# anal kirk*, throw them Ins hic and laura Ibm up to th# teat vratlgn. It was for this v«ry reason I bai I Wool I mat atole in his home any lo.ig*r. On one occasion a y mag girl a wood Maggie (logan, who bad charge of tie gate* ar* dvpartni-ut of tbs llaukln-t et bouse, cann* to my huabamL MAggie w_s a preSty girl. agwd 80 or 83. HU# was (Mivt.red af an H lout.that* liv# child. My bn* aru t uiK a great firs In the stove end pr- pore a to throw Ga* child In. The act wa*  Of *tt< b A terrible nature that I rem on-Rtratesl with bim. He picked up a hauuner and cl.*sed mc out into Ute yard and bit ms ov.w th* head w.tb IL I lay insxMitde fie thrwv houri, and I tear th* scar rf tb* brotel Uow to this day."  Th* Dealt) af Maggie Hogan.  HMC lira Hatcher*! *teao|«.i ever and ,h<>wel th-- rvjswier an ugly -car just over lh* r ght temple •Roggi-- bogan," eoiittnw# I the speaker, “never r> <iover*»J from the shock of th* ,  • •iwtadon. Hb# died one morning at our  1  bones about t ,.'dock The girl** remain* . w*rv* rbipped, siU-uily an I swretly, to New Casavi. Wk, wbers they w*re in terre. L About 5 o’clock of toe afiernuuo prsvloue to her death, Dr. Fur cai Kl at th* bouse, raying that he tod leo dteectsd to com# ttorw b> attend n ak-k jervn My husband terns to the (bssr sad r-fusel to admit Dr. Fox, saying that there wa* notedly ta tbs hon* who ri*c-led * physician. Th* girl wa* dying st thai ti ova  “On soother oeoastnn a poof young girl named Minnie I/*ngworthy (ber parent* -Ive in this city t was dellver-d of • liv* a mouth*' tola st the boils* My husband took this ehlbl sud threw it In lte> alo** The girt died ai home. from tbs effs. :* of tbs doctor's operation*. How well, oh, how well, do I tsmcitibrr how th* distracted mother rf this girl cam# to the house and shrieked in my bust sort's sstrs: ’You tov# murdered my daughter! You tora murder#I my dangler f Th* girl** deeth w ^i csfttaklared vary mysterious at tbs tim*.  Aeetbev 0*M*slgws>d to lbs Klwsss**.  A MI** J orate Graham of Janesville Bleo nam* ta the bon*# and it or* unrath*' premature child was bora to her, through my bus baud'* I n*lr Smet) tall t y This child wm a beati Iii al little thing Again th* little osse was shoved Into th* flams*. A youug girl Darn el M**y Bulitvan, who workod at the Itoahintoe bouss, was ako osse of Us** dorter's pa Usa ta Her offspring wa* like-win- couaiguad to tbs stove KUH another rase we* that of a young girl who rams tore from Chicago, an I who has sn aunt Using st Brawn Dow, Win Her chih! won net weed to ash a,”  •fell dal you nev-w offer straiten# objv* -tiun a* ihr-* borrihls s>d*r*  *U#.f »*f Jv* ttonel Well, I shoukl say I dig. Rut wha: good would it dei M’tou-aver he * oui 1 start to throw a child in the ••or* I wool I rim *ut of th* ram, holding my hon-1* to my ryra”  ffw**r» lh* Mary ta Trssa.  ■How nisRy infants do you think to bsmied whU you tow# living with htmF ■Oh, th* cans* sr* bu numeriass to men fbi*; 'ut, lf I should wok* a guam, I shoukl say twraty Of a mrs ail th we toto-* were tort sltv% I have moo Mooed oui y toras flus* lo you which I raw with my <vwn «y<*>. Th# urn-nu of the parti#* I tov* given you I bn <jw to to curran aud oil th# itreumsunrai •MSMH tod with them. Th* child nm of ms b rf iImbs » •ram ware alive ast I h slthy wbrn thrown iii In lh* stove. IV otJAr onara I dei aet pay mush attention ts « lh parte** all ma rad and w at aw**-. But their effcprln w w- re always burned."  At .to *nd rf thi DM ort U append*I Mr*,  I (ate-uu-Pi sworn aff isnt that I m story Delated by bt is tru» to every particular Til* i«A‘pc aiso says lust th* ooh rd rf health r (vets to w that at lad two of th* women r f. new I to did die on the d e-tor’s bania These ar* rftento B. I net wncthy, who d led Law. 13, I abt, th* ew us#- of d#*lh bran* give# as (Manton t i, and Mirgnrst H04 sn. who Jswi Man *# A IKA. of hnuaun- pima.  r*srailar aas! Kteat Ar*M*a«.  CuLL'MBt-a. Ind., April 88- James Hperka and R#tert lluoroa, wealthy fanner*, wars working toi*ttor mar Bethany, in Berri- i  mm  township Mr. Spark* wm adjust-ng ♦ h* wedgra to lugs ttoy wows splitting white  the otter Ute4 lh* mtuL White bu tis* art rf pis#-tag s wodge th* maul flew off tbs ton He sud struck Hf««rks, whu wa* lee  position, on to* ms rf tbs hand, : neutering hlie unotera nun and to ‘Had to j bu hour TIjs two were wnfmte* WM a ahem tun* ago. Monroe bm fl-*L  Keller* ml a C*R#ml«*i<Mi Kine. Pm**!, no, Pa, April m—Th# ntuhurg (aimkdra compauy fatted Iii tan! ay. UalHUtto* *hm»t W-i.dW; aseete, nothing. V C. Hsr*, who I* an *ctlve awm tor rf Iii* IAI ago board of ti ads, ess th- bael ; Of too to is# IU this el’v Mr P.ace’s pct-! tost* feat#-** of nearly 1300,0301* *»alU»ws*l lupin wk-k. Tbs f-ompa''F wa* caught irj tct- f #**nt 1 * to wheat end later by toss advene" a a  Building Lots for Sale.  Corner Main and Dry, 150x120, for $500.  Eighth and Market, 60x120, - - - - $450  Ninth and Market, 50x^00,.....$350.  Bluff Street, two lots, each for - - - $150.  Alton st*, bet. Fifth & Sixth, 60x120, $500. Highland Park..  One Hundred Lots ranging in size from fifty feet front to one hundred feet and thirtylfront, all very deep, Prices from $50 to$500, on terms to suit purchasers.  One of the nicest residence plats in Alton.  Over IOO Houses and Lots in different parts of the city. Call and see list*  Dorsey k Mal, SIO  WHENEVER AND WFR EVER YOU SEK THIS  mm too KIROS md sui*  TMS *t*Ut*S  TRADE MARK  UWN A STOVE OR RANGE YOU MAY BK  C ERTAIN  That It i« the VERY’BEST artic;* Hint can be had for the prioe naked.  A. L. FLOSS,  Third Hi, Opposite Hello.  HEK OUR NICE LINE OF  Granite "Ware  MOST COMPLETE LINE IN THE CITY.  A. J. HOWELL  DEALER IN  CARPETS, CURTAINS, CLOTHS, RUGS, Ac.  OIL  Our Prices  WILL BK FOUND  LOWER--Considering Qualiiies and Styles-  Than in auv other house ie Alton. In coattqumcr of the GREAT EXTENT of our HALES we are enabled to do Business on a VERY CI,OS I-, MARGIN aud ii ii a recognised fact that we handle by far  LARGER QUANTITIES OF GOODS  THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE Clit.  I am now receiving a lar/e and varied stock of Cloths, in all tho prevailing shades, for Spring Suits, win ult I ain prepared to asks up in fiks  Most Pashionable Stvles,  GUARANTEEING  A Perfect Fit  Reasonable Rates Complete  and  Satisfaction.  ,-k*.  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