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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 23, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALTON  TELEGRAPH.  VOLUME 30.  ALTON, ILL., THURSDAY EVENING.  'me to shoot iii  SAD SCENE AT A FUNERAL.  A Doubly Married Operator's Wife Seeks Revenge.  THE REVOLVER DID HOT EXPLODE.  PAPETERIES  - ,„ nv  X. . ...... .    I  [BOX PAPER J  FINE LINEN STATIONERY  •mr Put up lo lar^white envelope*, IO ihcets assorted, of our beat Block, witli IO euvelopea to match. Only 10c per Envelope. Also:  JMT One quire boxes, containing 24 Sheet* of Paper aud 24 Envelopes to* match. Only 25c par box.  m   IST* These Select ami Superior Writing Paper*, made and put ap especially for OUR TRADE, include the following popu-Jar *hade»:  WHITE,  CREAM,  PEACH,  P It I M It 0 8 E, IRISH BONI), ENGLISH PARCHMENT. ELITE LENOX LINENE.  Th* Wife m4 Hatband Knftf« la a Dm-persia Struggle for thr Wnagoa—Tire Man Kaw ta Jail—Cb tea go Urn tar •oat ll ava a (.maine l>rl*l*g~~A Virginia Negro Mu rd ar* Itta Mother and •tatar 1> I agr ar ad Their Mather'* run-ara!.  ('n2cAUO, OOI SB. —Not long Th'.titaa Markham, train dispatcher of th# North waatern road at Evanston, dto-appeared, and it was I aa r nod that he had two w I rat— one in Evaaatoa and wna at Jaffereoh park. Ha tramroad to Jefferson park aavaral day* ago, and Tuesday tho Kvanaton wlfa. wboaa nu ald# a antlia wan Emma Krueger, dtaco▼ arad th# taal. bha Want to Jalfaraoe park immediately, and getting a pol Tea man to tucotnpanjr bar went to Markham*! honas. boon altar aha ant arad (ha balian tba officer, who had remained outride baa rd acraaina coming from tha raaidanar, and rannlag to tbs rescue fun ml Mart ha in aud tha warn aa engngad ta a terr ilia struggle for th# poa-session of a revolter whew aba held.  The Revolver Old Hut Kip luge.  Ilia woman fought desperately and MUM and again pulled tba trigger of Lbs weapon, tho muasla of which was premed agal net Markham'* breast The revolver did not eipioda or Markham would haw basti a dead man. Tba off!car aweoeadad In dinar ming NU. Krueger abd Uokad her up at (ha JtffrMD Park Polios ala t iou. J oat ins Julian had tha woman brought ba (ore him Kb# was retested on S4UU bail aud signed bar own bend with out additional auntly. Ulm Krueger im mediately took out a warrant far Markham'* arrest and he found bUtoatf In the police station. Ilia friend* attempted to find ball for him, but he baa not beau re iea*-d  I ta* ll n* ba ad Acara far Their May. JfiHIUaAMSTf PAPIK. IL I., Od*. A -Tha fnuaral of William iprague, wha I suicided raaantl/, to k pat.-* at Al Pm ***** •kwpal hare TuaasUy aoou aeroafi-lr»g to Ute refuter Bpfevxtjml htrra, the Hav. Vt iiiiam N. Ackley ofltohqjog Ex Governor Rprw-Ua and Wife, Baith Weed, Col. Wharton and wife, and Mn William Sprague, Jr., tat tm one aide of the church, while on tha other aids wa* the mother of the dew toed, .lira Kale Cheer Sprague, her daughters Edith an i K>r-tis, Nee. Byron Sprague Mrs Amia* Sprague and Mrs rteloh On tha oom plcflob ar the service* It was arranged that tha interment should be made in Provhlcaca.  Tone bing (aaa* | M  Church.  Kx-GoveruOr Sprague and family followed the gasket up the ntelt. nu I blea Chase Sprague followed half way ap tha alala Tbs latter was evarooute with gvtof, and tank cabbing fate a paw. A tm latins •avile an-uad Mea Sprague kissed the tMd Cat i od cha I servant*, who earronndsd her, aud who also wept ithv childreu. The pony embarked at to’sioek and reached Providence by care at * .LA Tha rain aloe war* i n lac rad at ftwao Point,  —aABa  COLLISION IN I TONNE.  Ttrrihl# Wreck on tho Qtioon and Cr race rn Routs.  FIVE MEN KILLED AND OTHERS HURT.  kHfhtaaaf ae Death bf Ravan* (HMan.  fUUTHfH, lf. C , (Vt Bi.-Two revenue ameer* wee# In leech af moon ah ins r« la  J ob tie t ie to aaly Tuaaiay and anrprlaad two while at work. Both (lad and m-  P*r» utiy (auk refuge In a bouse near by To this bouM th# deputies has tan ad and round (here only a woman named Creech. Khe was In a delicate condition and was terrliHy frightened at the rude entry of the officer#, ooe of wham, named Flow-ara, ctiraad her because aha would not re-veal thr wile rag boule of tha men In the midst of Plowers' abuse Mrs Cree, ii fail to ti*- floor and expired inaUntly. flee. aw became frightened and (Ut. The people ara terribly aroused over the af-Wv. •«** br# out ta aearoh af Flowers, who will ba lynrbod lf foond  A DISGRACEFUL SCENE.  tor Our brft quantity purchased of these SELECT Good*, enables us to maintain our LOW DOWN and POPULAR prices, although ail Papeteries have advanced from 15 to 25 per cent.  Give these Goods a trial and you will Rad that they are considerable lest in pries than you have been paying, consistent with quality.  O. J. Degfenhart,  101 and 103 Third st., Alton, III.  To Relieve a Cough get  Throat Syrup, or Syrup Tar and Cherry, or White Pine Syrup, or Any Medecine You Need, at  MARSH'S  FRANK BUDDE,  —~o— RETAIL DEALER IN -o—  'Wines and Liquors,  Oaerga Theatre (lab* HU Mrathev Their Matbar'a Faaarah  ftncssms, N. Y., Ort. aa-Mn. ItelU Thorns*. who for many year* past baa lived on a farm about ooe mil# northeast bf Penfield village, died, and on Munday alif moon tha funeral aafvloaa ware held at bar lata reside aaa. 11m dead woman wa* wall-known la tha neighbor boud and tba funeral was attended by a large fees rn Mage of friend* aud relative# Among tba Utter was Alpheus P. Themas, asta of the eons, who lived on a farm av)**aUg thai ut hi* rather, with wham the other am, George, (gelded. Tha strong die ilks of th# Uttar for hts brailler wa* to wail known teat in Order to prevent any ae hit Iou of tpeilog on hi* pert tha relatives requested one af tha town con**Mea to ba prevent at tha funeral. The sonata bls, however, was unable to comply with the acquent, In order ta prevent any trouble Alpheus, Instead af entering th# hen*# during tha fen ara I, stead an Md* q„Ul tha sere ion wan over. When the efflclai ing clergymen, Her. Mr. Wilson, had an Bausond the last word* af Ut* Mrviea, Dealt HU Hrethar a haw aa tha  Alpha a* ante red tha house and walked up bu*Ida tba asak*# (Rioted ta tha room wa* hi* brot bac, Osorga and a* Al phone bant sear the aoAu. George arose, and, sal* ng a heavy en na, r aahed ap to th* cvAu, and unmlndfol af th* sol* rn nity of th# aecaaloe. *av*n>iy at rusk hts brother upon tba head with th* won poo se feral ti mea, inflicting ****** Injur)** Revers! man who wart* ta (ha room quickly sprang forward ta and rho diNgratrful asana and pinioned th* Infuriated man. Th* bearer* quietly bor* tha cashel ta tha baar** and th* fu - * coring* proeaadad ta tha rlRaga cemetary whare tha body was laid at reel Many year* ago Alpheus purehaaad a few corm of Uod of bls mother, and George lock exception* to the fulfillment of th* con tract, bino* that lima ha has shown a bitter feeling against bls Brother (to Nolan* was (Iii* dislike that Alpheus nrrer called at hts mother’s house. A warrent wa* issued for th* arrest of George Thomas  A Wild Kid* Dows Grad*.  Omwn, Wy<x, Oct rx-a. a n*w-etesd, a Hartington switchman at the »*rri* bere, had a thrilling experience Ttnwday. lie was on a boti ear which was Tkmr doter Ny oat ca Sn main Ii ne lo th# nos re of nm« * witching. iii* brak* wax br*thru and In a moment Newstead re*Had that be was ta for a wild rid# down grade to Grover. Ooh * die U« ce of forty miim Re figure* '< n  aj| Hie *barinr* aud concluded an keep hi* seat on lh* lim riven* (trek I Vt* war* no train* on the road and cattle kept off ta* tr*«k. The oar ran thro* mile* beyond riesvar U axaatly tony alinota* Newt***!* (bought a duaaa tim** th#* ti »«*id )uaip th* ira ak, bvt the rickety eld anacara asoak ta iv* rails  TK# •*(o«i Way t* Trave#  W ASK ma MMI City, Ort ax —Ctoa. Do me«h *b# safer *Bparrtolng fespaetor af Mean r*«a*fe, bm ma* bls annual report ta the *eere»ory af fee Iraaaury. In Uh*says that i. RAV nm, nan passengers war* carried os steam v*aa*l* ta this mon try during the fleoal yare, sad en Obi* aahfeat •ay*. *t en bast ta ti agly reiterate what wa* said In my report af IMS, namely, feat so mod# af travel at th* precast day, whether bf rail way, hora* ear, ferriage, or area th* commos farm Wasco. pr**eaie ae few a parasol*** of a**id*ata a* travel by  Horrible Accident on Ut* In (on Faetfle Holt rand ta Mteacart— Many Injured, the Engineer Prafehly Fatally—la a Wreak Hear Mlrmiegbam, Ala., Tw* Or...na Meet Death and Twenty Are I Sja red.  Ct . t i SVA TI Ort -8 At t e'alask VI r dm* d ay morning the SOU th-bo and p***. uger train No. 9 on the Ctnoinnet! Atutliein railroad ra t into a freight train in a tunnel a few tulle* south of Butner-•et, K\ One (bemat aud a conductor v cee kilted aa trig la while several ether* ar re fatally Injury T* odd ta the hor-roi ef the KU tw/Uni ih^fHunt cafe af th* pa-xenger train took fire fed aa axpree* niraxeuger aud portal *Jark [w*ra burned alive Following la a Ifet af fea killed aud Injured fa rub hod et the gene* el et Ac* of UM nam petty to thin «Ur: Kitted.-Postal CWk* C. L. fkwigen sad J. 0 Gayle, b>alt of nndauii, RiftMa Walsh and Grain, of <jUo»na ate; Hmkeman J. R. Mmtfewnery. Jujnmt thgteaar* PliMhHt nm) Taykar. baggagetnaeter, uante auk uown; pMotugir, as me nu known Ail (if thr Injured reri.tr st S.ort crxct and ai* bal ag on red fur by the rail road company. Kane cf them are fate (Iy hart  (tort of the AmMm.  Th# scetdent was tunned by the freight engineer moving wlthoat order* It •idc tracked at Sloan’s Val fey uutU one south bound passenger (mcned and fbi  lowed ti. tbs engineer Mtrvlng b# eouUI make the nest *We track bater.- miring the oil tar {ataacugwr (rain, whtoh wk* only a ebon d tot sn iv behind the flr»t one When about midway the tunnel (Itre WTM a terrible erash. followed by the grrwn# of the dying and Injure-l Both angia#* ware lof tily (Isfentfein ii ta addition tv. *er*mi eonebfe and fw gut cars To add to th* horror fwj <,f th* ftMfeaa cwjiyht Hie and |\»en,l Ti-rk* liAye and Duegan ware burned alive Th# mere fort noah [>s-we ,g.«r* nod arew* turned their aMeutton to r*w#uingtbm« impr1*on»4 la the wieuk sad wan War* betag cm**rued by toe flauMn TU.rn faken oat were neeeved tv ncqfhlntriag I.e.ivrs where they were attended bi I I replan* sen* ob by the eoiwpwny. Ife tree to (he railroad Will bi IJS (iou A am Mag wain baa bi an east oat Mi cli iou away th* debris, and that* alb ba a* d« lay lo iraffe.  COAL.  Tho Ka mo un Gillespie Soft OOAL tto-llvered at (Ive minutes notice In any ot the City. Burna to a Clear Gray Auh, no Clinker" or Cinders. Best Soft Coal In the West  HARD COAL  In all hIz/ok. Delivered at Lowest Market Priced. Qualily llnsurpaHKcd,  I i #    ^  BUT NOW. BEFORE THE BIG ADVANCE.  Dorsey & Mann  ON THE WN*>N PACIFIC.  per steam  Malaga vassal 1   —O— AGENT POR —o—  AJSTHEUSKR’B HOTTLKD BEER.  Goods da live rod to any part of th* city free of charge. ' Southeast cor-  Uetle ..J IJ* aU .Ss    ..(J -a I \ a is * vet  “ w# sa aa saw •* v * ■ a a. s# av    Jf    g    *    mf    •    fe    *  aer of Belie and Fourth et*., (Raible’e old stand.) Alton, HL  Choice Brands of WINES and LIQUORS Always on Hand.  Pall Styles.  Uprising al Colored Amasa***.  Chicago, Ort Sit —There wa* a genuine uprising of th* Mack* on lh* I*vee Tore-  day night, and Laura Johnson, 18 year* old, received fatal in juries Hall ta White, •IT dark airest, became von vt Bred that La ca was a tie rapt lag to alienate tha  affection* of her husbaud. She marshaled her forces and with fourteen co!ared ama-KMM, all armed lo toe teeth, marched to  tike boma of Anole Fivbback, where the Johnson girl live* Breaking In lh* frost door, they rushed into th* boart driving th# ternate* into the street The Johnson girl bnrricadad herself in a front room, but without avail. Tbs door was forced and bailie Whit# rashwl In swearing to kill the girl, who jumped to the pavement from th* window and received (alai internal injuries  IK* Farce* a few Laver. Hollas* Mick, Ort M -Th* (lev. Jobs Ko*tar, pastor of a aea-eartarlaa abura* hare, to saw ta Jell at Grand Rapid# charged wife al treating fee affvcMnrv* af lira J*bn Ida! fee ai bar husband Mrs List I* a member of Radar’* ahnreh. and tha arrest ha* rea**d a Mg Maaattoa. I Aa t wan ie fe.flhft dam-ag#", arni Ilia assisa to th* re ma of Krefer** InreraeraRna. h to oharg*d feat Kieler to a free-lava* Hi was immeaseiy popular wife lh* ladle* of his church, and they defend birt white fee mao at* bittor again*! to# narcos  -Latent Novelties in  SCARFS, TI EH, WOOL and DUE88 SHIRTS, BLACK UNDERWEAR and HATH,  SUITS .Mudc lo Order ut Itruaoiiable Price*. Perfect Fit and (Satisfaction Gunrruntecd, ut  BRUEGGEMAN BRO’s  Artistic Tailors and Furnishers.  Murd.rrd Ml* Nether with a Hee.  Scott* VI. VA KIA, Va., Ort fi-Caorg* Johntoo, a negro desperado, quarreled with bi* mother and than murdered her with a boe He struck her Ava time ova* the head. The trouble waa caused by the woman objecting to her son pay lag attern Moo lo a girl aha did not want him to marry. Johnson'* brutality has aroused th* entire neighborhood, especially a* this is bls second murder, he having kilted hi* •later about c gbtaao month* ago and m-caped juxtioa bac*usa tbs.# wa* no* sufficient evidence to coov.ct him  ■ ••head sad fella Madly Stabbed.  Der HOIT, Ort tx —A spacial to Tba New* from Port Huron, Mieh, nays: Tuesday Bight a man named Peltett  sailed at th* house of James O'Hara, a wealthy farmer living scar here, and aahed for a drink of water, which waa given,and white O’Hara’* back was turned re!.att *( alined him aa seral tim** Mrs O'Hara interfered and wad also brutally pounded sod stabbed. Mr. and Mrs. O'Hara, it Is thought, will dis. Pallet* escaped, but odic*!* ar* la pursuit. Robbery was tbs object af the aa-ault.  "Lae te*lt»M de fewalaafertafe’-  Pa KIA Ort BX — Figaro publishes th* Anal installment of the caries of a rile lea entitled *!.#* Coaita*#* de RontangerUm.* This article seta forth that aflat lh* defeat* of the Roulangfefe a* fee Im! general »teovton for maoi bar* of th* sham bar of deputise, dan Houiangsr (IMired to ret a retreat in A in sri aa. Ka va* how-aver, parenanad by M Roahefart to flee (a fee Gland of Jar**, InftteaA Th# Figaro say* that the arttcls* war* published In gooil faith sod with tha pm-po## of ax po* lag Cten. floniauger'a kaqvary.  Great I* ref rte Flea K# par led.  riRkhA A IX. Ort to - A party rf hun-Un jato rem road from (ha Moreau river country, running partly through tba fit oui resew* lorn, report a vast prairie Ore which ta devastating a large acop* of country. They were ramped four day* ago at Cave illite, whish have besa bn ruing coal bal* amt# th* Ara* knowledge of tha country, and aarert that they saw Ar* blown from a burning pit by a whirlwind which Arad fee prairies all ahwal  Death of Hrs Robert faliyas,  New York Oct. to -Mrs H bart Confer died Tuesday at bar boma, 1874 Brotel a ay. Sh* waa AO years OIA sad wa* married to Rev Robert < oi y#r In IHM, In Bradford. Hot land, and • m>o afterward * ain# with him to thU country. Mr. and Me* Cotlyer lived far twenty on* year* la Oitoafo.  A terre* Is WhMdi Mao# FrapU Ar* is.  J arad.  Aa wa# cor, Mu . Oat rn -a had wreak u soar rod aa fee fatea Part Aa red road, a ahart dlataoe# w«st af th* sn barkan iowa of Aratoardale. aiet.it 1-M a’cloak W*4naaday aaan-afe^ a fraight teal* bad tefe (hi* rtfe ahead af th* Ca lo* PartCa passenger traia, sad wa* stepped wm« af Armaoreate os ae aa uat af aa avoided ta th# areek* af aa* af tbs freight sere. Tha ( are* FaciAr iMtaaaagar irrta whish faiiaw*4 team h* hind WM stopped, sad a Aagrtva# wa* sari I hark lo wan, aa * I pentad Rom Irtaad •ast baaed irate wild ■*** «#• ('ate* Part Or inert tem toe civy O# s.**ua« af th* heavy tog lh# ngins. af th. (Wk tea rid teal* did aal aaa tha flagman'* *tg “al* aalii tea late ta stop th* train and th* ooomotiv# crashed tate the *torp*nt •ai WaSbenrv af tha Cabio Parti* (rata Th* enfffe* wa* a awm pips* wreak sad th* englsMr WM barfed hanaafe th* I ab ria Th# fireman pimprt aad saved M* life Favarai pnMeager* and Irate ma# wore m rtoualy Injured.  Th. ftsgteaar FeohaMy Fatally The following Is a flat af  Pat Cellae, mfinwr af the tralu, priibaMy fatally tarred,  San . Jalin Cuff, ffrem,n ne#^  >afmB  Shout bead arid *honMrrw PH w Arr I J ark  eon, colored nestor V*fe lag* brokcs Iii war Avilla Ka" | J. R Gray »**.  pn  j,,, M  aond act av, teft teg badly bure Jh P, Kin ney, revere bmlv, in beok. ( htlago. J. A. La ta# hi re. right kaec tiodlv e«»L Un cola. Nab.; John Drireoll. feh leg Itrokaa balow fee knee, Cfeaqna Ran. C J. Aval y. a part a1 moans agsnh hack hurt and bruised about lh* feriy, fipringfleld. UL A wreektog train waa at onm sent to th* sn*ne of th* wreck, and fee tnjnrel wets brought to ibis aire and taken to 'be fluter*’ hospital, Th# track wa* elaared a feint noon. The damag* to tha company to estimated at to MDU  310 Belle street.  TELEPHONE 84 AND. SH  the OMAHA  J  Oil  THE ONLY I'KRfgCT-  Combined Coal and Wood  Off astint* I     s     '*     1     NXST    Ind ror r>e*aty ar PlaK* hts*  l^re^SatiMOh    *H>#mtlr>n.Bimpiiclly    and    Durability,    tornapsi’itere  8tov* Mid*.  PITTS & HAMULI  aly #f n»li^    MmkB  FALL GOODS!  RAN INTO A FREIGHT TRAIN.  to Ha ravelled Oat. BO.  WaSHIXOTOM GITT. Oct n -Th# _  amant to commemorate tha hertde odic*re and man of the UaitH fit bim navy who pari*bed In the urjortonst* JaanaatU Arctic expi-titkrt will ba uuvsliad at Aa-nspoli* la the grounds of th* Naval academy en Ort. IX Assistant Secretary  Solay, of th# navy, will make an addi  Two Pareew* Kl! tad sad Twain y Bar tea sty  I nj lira#.  Bi RHI KOF am, Ala, Ort Ti -Late Turn day night a passenger train on th# Kansas City, Memphis and lllrmtnghan railroad put rd out of th* ,depot hare wife out a conduct ir ar a flagman, tbs engineer misunderstanding a signal tov# mile* out the engineer discovered bt* mistake, backing hi* train wt’hoat light* or a man on th# rear ciliform cf th# car. he raa Into an outgoing fre ghi ira n. killing two per •ou* ani a#rim»*ly*n jit fine twenty afear* The dead are: J D Kraaklfte trawling pjKaengM agent, .N’a*h villa, Tcan. : John Kl'train, Arena** af th# freight train Tho*# dansermixty Inb red ars; 6#org« W. 11*via, Fhrilfviound, Tann., lira W. P. Wagner and »sn daughters, Green villa, fi. C.; K. P ft **, l/ynn, Ala.; J. K Owen*. Wretfl- i-l. Hi C.; J. W. Fennel^ New ()> loan*-, IL-V. H. 0. Hiiiltb, Jasper, Ala O ber* sbove i.cniea could not ba teat* el are »np>wa I to ha fatally hart. Kitgiiiwi R *e ii of th# peaaengar train to held re* I OU* I bl* for th* aechteut.  a* iTHBR unt <m  CLOTHS, WORCEITERi CASSIMERE!,  ftfet BMcnrgo Pot  KALL WKAft  AIKO A UKK UKK Ort  Cloth Mr OvoreoaM  FOR FAUL ARD WlBflg  BORCKMANN,  ITS NO SECRET.  That our STOCK la tim MOST COM PI,HTB arar rrtoM m Wg Oso show you Bomrthiof Nhfe a* often aw yon call Im  A Dr»d Doctor ieelserstaC BcrraLO, N. Y., Ort 28. -Th* body of Dr. A. B. r*rpentar, who wa* a prom!  bant pbyaioan of Cleveland, O., wa* lo-B#tomj  r#v I to* (a a deist Dimumim.  B<«iok, Ort til —I he Democratic state committee ha* icvitwl th* Kepibikan at st# commit se# to a ji.nt d>*c ivatoa of i be lobby 11 An* vex et mr * at# boa#*, and th* party responsibility tbarefor, rd take pl.vj- between Henry Cabot L»d#e and lion George F BtSWIrr foe,pa' l»«u<in.r. |* Harry.  Din IR, Ort 23-Ihe eldest daugi.ter af th* America mist* cr. William Wal.er Pbaipa, I* betroth*I r* Lteqj,  Hr ie. r, un# of the moat pi*! ttlar young oflloer* of tho army T .e nttnteier'# voung. et *1 A“«i tai '*r’>u*g - mr it In Heron Witstohan ie *l«-i an i >  Trets tv rack od es • Tread*.  Kaviaa Pity, Mo, Od to-A freight train ob tha Chicago, Milwaukee sag g# Paul tom I wa* wracked on a trestle forty tent big!) let*.- . Kine fetor *{**>#« and Mo* ley. by unknown veil ism Tis Arati »B, John Wright, of OortoaaU, was Instantly k-lied. fi C. MeKlntey, a brakeman, had hi# saki# severely •praise^). Tha rsll* had bran lorwanad and th# sud* prted apart wife a crowbar, which Fan fastened between th* end* sn as to pre-vent their *1 pptr.g ha k t■•g#ther.  CARPBTSi  lajwMrjr,    Body ll russe la  Ingrain,    Art Squares,  Hug or Hemp.  I IST CTJRTAINBi  Dado or Plain,    Lace or Porter.  XKT FtTTfxq.  Fur Hoquvttfl.    Ninyrnn & OrlentaL  Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocoa Mats.  Ladles Lk« to att tho Nt-weat and Kl noel In House Itooorakom. fifito Esto* it way to *<-o them is to Call frequently at our artabttalitoeirt sh*-thor you tkb to buy or n.-L.    ——  A. J. HOWELL.  fetal  THI IHT POROUS PLASTERS IN THS WORLD.  “TS" RHEUMATISM. KIDNEY PAINS, LAME RACK, &c.    --RkUBTKNOM    *    SICH    AMIN). Mart#*, Mw,  cl ne rate. I st the Buffalo Crematory Turn-day a ft* moon    A number of promi  nent Cleveland physician* accompanied th* remains aad witnessed th* crematteta  Tho* far Georgia to th* only state to enact Las'* birthday, Jan, IX Inta^ boll-lay.  Mumble D uh ul - » isaawv W,  I inc Att! >, let ‘J .ii tu-ane woman met w I ti a ll in .bl# annat I a (linty bo-ptii m ie wo# Miry Main. Th# F**r err*, un- aith t f „r jim -1 from a bs eon/ <>u ilia fun th fl "-r to th# ground, an i dud a a. ort tim* alterward.  Csasw* lh* La* Av.eg* f(f  DBV VCR. Ort fi -A vigilance so mm it. tea bs* tweu far pi sd hers ta aranga tbs death «f Mary D.as aln, a young girl whe we* ma dated Monday msmlng by Rem in !/»{>-* to- a t* • aba refuasd lo so-sept the tatter's st lei. on* It if reported that the girl'* mother .a dying from th* •tea k of brr d < ugh cr’* J««in end bar let bar ta nearly br reft of reason.  WIOIKiH  TIII TIM WIT UR ATMA  Radiant Home,  TUX OXBT lf AKO DTUL HAJ• HURDA.  Superior,  ilk iv tar Htsrscv Coni Rton'i ai aor riss  ll i'KM WAKKAMTXD TDK rive tsars.  ii. \. HOF FU A NU.  KH aud IQS E &&CQWD BJ     f    

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