Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - February 4, 1890, Alton, Illinois
#ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH.
ALTON, ILL., TUESDAY
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tlw fir*', but Ute must plausible mw ap jean, to bvt (int it wa* Ute result of a defective flue. The tn-uranro on Uh* Tracy bouw
aniuunta to $25,0(10, dlvliM equally among
A Horrible Calamity Occurs at ! £•^iloru‘f T1*?
1 Hartford, of liartfurtl, Cotta; I
Dr. J. W. Enos' Sanitarium,
DR. ENOS announce*) that he has cHiahliohod in a building purchased for the pu^Kiae a SANITARIUM for the
TREATMENT OF ALL CURABLE DISEASES.
BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL.
HU) experience during many years has convinced him that all diaeaaea can be managed more successfully in an inatitution of Olla kind, under the constant supervision of tho physician, and with the aid of moans not otherwise at command, than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers at intervals of several hours or days.
The position of the SANITARIUM is high, and the surrounding are free from ail noxious influences. It is readily reached by the Second street horse oars .a rid 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 mqulr.*d by patients, In addition to such other treatment as may be deemed advisable.
A LARGE SOLARIUM
For Hun Baths and exercise in cold and inclement weather, etc., is provided.
Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and receives his dally personal attention.
FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS.
For further information address Dr. ENOS at the SANITARIUM, corner of George and Third att., Alton, III.
the Capital City. SECRETARY TRACY'8 bereavement.
His Wife and Daughter Taken from Him Without a Moment’a Notice.
nu K*"«l(1ett« «■ wf Ihr Secretary (if the* Navy I nlihf. Fire hi uh Karl) Hour ip Ihr Morning and Mr loir th* llainra arr Fat I •• Ko I .It* <1 III* (laughter iud *
Fn nth Multi ai* llurn.it im I truth— Mrs. limy Imp. ti mu m W Indow Mil la Killed —Th* Secretary *• Condition.
VV A KH I NOTO s City, Feta 4—Mrs. Tracy, sift* uf Heentary Tracy, bk youngest daughter, and Josephine, a French maid, at* a remit of a fin* In Herr *tary Tracy's honan Monday morning, BOW Ii* dead. Hecretary Tracy it. -u flaring fr**ni th* effects af in lief-lug -moke Mr**. Wilmerding, Ut* ekl**t daughter of rteoretory Tracy is in a a mb col, m i. hr com Ut ion, -uttering ?r< iii saNtoas ami a -pun ne. I wrist Mist Alfas Wilmerd-ing, la yearn of ng*, Hecretary Tracy'a grand-daughter, la suffering fr<mi n*rro«a prtmt rat intl ami *lH»ok,
Th* Flrnt Alarm.
It nix .ut 7 o'clock bi tile morning when ll ai * itt. w*r* awn Issuing from th* window* and roof of Hecretary Tracy'* hand-autn* residence IGR I atrwt, north wart. The neighborhood bad nut yet asak. mal, ami all around wa* still. Within tit* residence not a *f>und wa* beard except th* cracking of I a* flame* Soon th* trout door of til* nian-
Um Springfield of Maaaachusetto anti the Frank im of I'h I Indol phi*. Th* insurance on the furniture I* estimate! at $*.<*M, which bi divided between ae Vera I companias. Th* fir* burned nearly five bour*, It tieing nearly I ii o’clock when the I ant engine waa diem tweed The houw la completely gutted Firemen, a»-dsted by lal*or. rn, are at work among the min* -airing what valuable* th* flame* did not ronetime.
Tile Ptraltlfttl at the Secretary** H*tl*ISe.
President Mammon Just returned from the b diode of Secretaiy Tracy who he repnrte re*ting aa minfortaldw a* eau Im ai (tented in th* •iniiiuataii.-.-h At*sit ll o’clock Mr. Tracy recovered < •nsriotumma ami aakeil I’reactant Harriaon where Mr*. Tracy waa. Die president could not a mw nr the que-tlon. Mr. Tracy evidently feeling that ber carap* wa* aimoMt luipoHHible, aakeil, “I* the dead I* HHH the praaident •<>u kl not ameer tile question of bi* friend, ami Mr. Tracy apparently raalls-ing Die truth from th* prealdent’a haaitancy, ut once xwiained and remained uncooaci<SM for half KH hour Recovering he naked for hi* daughter*. The president told th* secretary that hi* laughter, Mary, waa dead, ami again Mr. Tracy swooned. Hjcretary Tracy’* phyaician* aay that ha fa out of danger.
Sad Heir in IV*, king to*.
With Mr*. Tracy and Mia* Tracy, and Mr*. Co | (pinger, Hoer clary Blaine’* daughter, all lying <l«ad, Hecretary Tracy aari-oualy ill aud hia health permanently im-I (Mired, governmental circle* ar* enshrouded In sadness and gloom. I‘modest Harriaon a- awn a* ba heard of the calamity went aw -i-tiin..» from the executive manaton to aid the bereaved family, and folio weal I. titer lf to inquire what ace in tam** ha could r- adet, nod tit this b .or, 11:4V a. in, la at IU With Mi Tracy. The mem lier* of the cabinet, w ith whom Hecretary Tracy waa vary popular were among the Aret to call They
The Growing Wheat in Illinois and Other States.
•.on wa* opened and two male servant* were Were all tboiAwi beyond measure at the
aeen to «n>-rgc and run for Dw4r live*. Fig-uraa robed in white then ap;-•anni at the a in. lo ar*, The fire gained headway rape iiy and although the Are d*|i*rtmeet rnponkd promptly, the residence waa enveloped in Samoa when it arrived.
Death of Mr*. Tracy.
Hecretary amt Mr* Tracy i«n-u|4m1 the back room of tile #.-■<iud story. Mr* Tracy, It i* tliougbt, na* flr*t awakened by tbs out-focal lug amoke Hecretary Tracy wa* at the tim* urn oui* iou*, and Mrs Tracy with baroi. devotion attempted to drag the inanimate Daly of til* secretary to th* window, In this uh* (ain tally nnvahd. Half placed ami blinded by tim mu ok* ah* opened the win low, amt just a* th* firemen were lulling up a lad lur to rescue her abe leaped to the mlewalk Her Indy was picked up, with
calamity, and placed their respective house at the di*po*al of the afflicted family.
Th* ne. i *iar> ’• family.
Mr*. H> njauiin I'. Tracy, (ha wife of
Her rotary of th* Navy, sa* in th* Auth
year of her age. Gen. Trinry, who wa* horn and brought up ta Owego. N. Y., tuarrleil Mb- I attin in IMM They re*ated in the piatw until lush, when they moved to Brooklyn. where their hum* ha* aine* heen Thro* children have hhwewd their union. Two ar* •laugh tem and th* other a ton Mm. Km ma I. Wilmerding, Die cl.bet daughter la a widow with on*child. Mm Witmerdtaghmi re*t<tel with her family awee lier bualam’da death and went wiUi Diem to Washington. Frank B. Tracy, the only sat, favor* I. a father in appearance and in hie Undue* ability. He i* SO year* old Shd uaman-led. Ile now live* at bmna, and isily In
Washington what time It* nan -pare from hia
Vero internal injuries and a broken fatiews l*tatn< «* Mw* Mary Tracy, the un-
I am now ivceiving a large and varied aloi-k of Clollis, in all tie prevailing nbsdt a, for Spring Suits, which I am piepareti to make up in the
Most Fashionable Styles,
A Perfect Fit
Reasonable Rates and
H. C. G. Moritz. 112 Third st.
Landreth’e Garden Seeds,
Iii Bulk, for 1890,
Are wow Heady for Market Gardeners.
February and March are the months to sow LAWN GRASS. Try oar own Mixture, containing all grasses to make a Beautiful Lawn.
J. A. Ryrie.
H. A. HOFFMANN,
\\\o HMMO'J Fast Second st.,
WU U AUEN r* Hilt
Finbacks Wan ranted lo La^t Five Yearn.
"(JVICX MEAL'* UASUUSK 81VVK8. Roofing, iiutlenng, Hpmtinu at Iou; /Vfass. - jtuidwly
lug. Hh* wa* taken to a neighboring house and without recovering com* mum*** «lk*l within an ho«r.
K**cm* of M*. r*(ary Tracy.
Th.' la-bier which wouM have awd Mn. Tracy's life, lux I ahu walU*1 hut a la-iuf moment before leaping to th* aidswalk. waa noon placed under th* window, ami strong hand* lifted tbs body af Secretary Tracy through it ami carried him to the aides alk. The secretary wa* st Amt thought to ba | dead, hut it wa* disco venal that a small , spark of life yet remained, He wa* removed I to the md tune* of Mr. Bancroft I>avis . rn- if by, ami at ll o’doek wa* reported as ImprovtOit. though at that ttme he tuut not gaim-l on.- -ioumesa, and was of murw unaware of Die death of hi* wife and daughter. Min* Tracy, tbs secretary’n unmarried 'laughter, occupied the third-story front room and met a fate that wa* tenrihfa to behold.
MI** Tracy'* Horrible ll*alb.
The youuc lady could be aeeu at the window in the bg bt that flickered hi between the blin.iinj xiMoke ami flames, clad in a white robe, her banda in th* attitude of prayer ami her lev uplifted to Heav* a 1'ha flame* gradually hemmed her la aad abe Anally Hank to the floor, only to be recognised again by her charred mraama A French maid. Josephine, met a similar fate is an adjoining room where her charred and blackened remain* ware found, Mr* WH (Herding, Secretary Tracy'* married laugh-ter, and ber daughter Mia* Alice, nom pled the an->u>t *t<>ry front room on the lame floor with secretary and Mr*. Tracy. Both abe ami ber daughter jmn|*ai from the window* to the gram terrace below, ami white I the xbock U> both wa* Mtvere, ie-liber received, so far a* im now ajijaruut, any aeri-on* injury.
Mr*. Wilmerding lyid ber right wriat badly sprained. She u lying hysterical, and la a baif-daaud condition, but la rapully Un* . proving under traatment Mia* Aline ie Buffering from shock. Tbs bodien of Mra Tracy ami Met* Tracy have bean removed to the remitter we of Attorney Geoerai Miller. Mr* and Mi** Wilmerding arest Br Baster*, bu' will Iv taken lo the residence of Henatt i Hale. Around all thear mhl)«<wi I graal crow Is congregated a* *«« aa the wad new* -(tread ami remained all during the 1 morning. Carriage* ami me**-liger* were * topping at the (hair* imammanly.
Ona of the Servant** stnry.
R ('. Turner, a servant at the Tracy mansion, aay* be waa up and dressed lador# 7 o'clock aad w as prepared Ut go ap-ntatr* to I clean th.* diver, lie -I* (A in Du- iarnement, j “Jii-t a* I wa* starting up stair*” 'ani be, “a ’ ukvwt man rang the I tell ami bd I the bah-tar. abo answered it, that the bou-e wa- ua Urn'
The tattler ran up-stair*, aad iiumediately j nixte-d I-ack shouting; *11)’ (bal, the bouse ut on fire.”
The entire first lour wa* in flame* We ran tail the front dour. Mr*. Wilmerding : ami her daugbtoc wt-r* at the front mad-•hay w.ieiow ~ Tea iii mg for help. The Are talert omit »vined ilrmorafhted amt I*ah | the lata-* shot fly jump *1. N« ith.-r struck rn their feet, but fell on their ode* ” lf* rule ll art. af the Fire Chief.
Chief Farm, of tbs fire dejiartimnit, one of the And to wit tit# teal**. relates bis ex-pertanor a* follow* “I paid rn* attention to the Are when I heard fh-vw were people in the bouse. I felt my way through Dim •nuke to the second A - r and found a man In Us! in a room I tried to (rtrh him up (ait Ie- we* alima* t>*> Hcwvy. I toanagad to ( drag i.nit into a Wk room when- Deva WM u ore air ami then I broke lh * window jut and called to Low.-, who ara* in the ab I y, to run up a la. lo- r Then they u*A Die "ten igt, and it proved bi he the sacra larf , I couldnM Move hun any fardwr, fur I was exhausted and full up to toe neck with •mob-. I hen I emit back into the amok* Mel Ar <qp*iu told found a young (adv- Mia» M-vry Ire), they tell ne it wa*, ami a* I naught hold of her wrate to Hit Lr up the fl< *h > ame off lier tuning banda Hit# had been bul ted. I go* her out but abe wa* ut That ct handed mc, I could do no morn." The ut* »t rep* • ‘ - from the injured are that they un recovering ae rapidly aa la possible
supposed Cauae af the fire.
There aru several atone* a* to the causa of
married daughter, one at the victim* of Ute
dias-ter, wa* like bar Brother ta apfwaraiK*-. Hbe was'very aiuletil.- and had hoatacf friend* who Will lie bombed to learn of ber dreadful fate. f ^*,|
Affair* of th* ff<|Mltable Hank.
New Yohk, Feb. 4—Chief Bank Exam j mer Cahill furnished th* pf sa* Haturday with a statement of the affair* of th- Rqult-ahie hank. Thsaaaeteara $161,000 comaaer-.'ial paper of umwtaia vain*, fffi.tto) la Hi*th National lank stock of uncertain \ slue. and a few minor Items; total, I ISO,-OOH. The liabilities are: Deposits,
Im other bantu, lite* iou; capital. $100,000. and a few other Items, total, $.*Kt,(K10 The deficiency ie therefore $I4X,(U0; but there ta ate) evidence of a liability of (1-10,000 ta car-tit1<-aI loo* which do not appear oo the hooka The < saminaUon bi not yet complete. Kl aminer H O. Covet! alan issued a statement
the I/snot HUI bank; it show* total liabilities, IMH,309. total asarta, $.170,075, deft vinier, $ Ta.OI7. Mr. CoveQ think* depositor* will gat TD cen ta na (I,
-A OI ruled the Tril-Otih.
Wasmikutok ClTT, Fab. 4—Th* auprmne nouit of the United Hinton Monday raadared an ophtlaA, through Justice Field, affirming Ita- judgtiMMit at the Third Judicial dfaartat Boun, in th* fatuous Idaho teta-oath ••aaa, regard tag th* roast! tatmaanty af th* teateateii aectesi of the Kdmande Ta ah* r pdygamy taw. The court dactdaa that polygamy and bigamy are off -now agate*! maakusd and are not properly part of aay roilgtoue belief ami that a m< uvta*r of the Morasan church or any aeot that epoouragas poly gamy cannot taka th* tate oath aa appiyiag f-s eagle tratkm to vote without v i.bating th* taw.
The Math National May lucerne.
W ahUUh.tk* City, Fab. 4 Compt roller of the Currency let Monday morning teta-graped to Bank Kxaiuim-r Hepburn to per nit the Hixth Nafaonal hank of New York to resume basin usa on Tuesday, Fab. 4 provided all legal raquirauieuta had beeo ma pit•*! with aad th* omtaiMon af affalra was satisfactory to Mr Rephurn. Than instruction* to Bauk Kjuunumr Hepburn ware in an*w< r to a telegram from that officer Informing Comptroller I away that Mr. I/eland ba<1 paid in $-w*,uui ami that the bank waa BOW koivaat and would during the day alert a new board of director* and oflfaar*.
Dropped Dead la a Hers* CW.
Ba I. ti Mo HK, Md.. Fat* 4- Richard Rtock att Mathews, Eaq , oae of the m et prominent ami able tawysr* la th* acmth dropped dead from heart duenna in a home car on Howard street Haturday night He wa* a very strong anti-slavery man and an ardent aad pawerfai »upi*>rter of the government during the war He **a» a ineinl»-r <»/ th« house of delegate* iii INA! ami took a leading part in prov.siUng Maryland from ac cding frow the Union He was a ftepahitaan In
poi i Lien
Murdered Hie Wife aad Her Paramour.
Mahiaxma, Ark., Feb 4 —John baiter, a hun tun nan, <« Haturday baaed that hie wife, from whom he had bnw isparuted ai-.at a year, was too intlmato with a MF ycur-old boy He went Ut Mrs Keitay’e
HOW THE GROWING GRAIN LOOKS.
An Abundant Harvest ta Prospect lf Can-dlttons Remain Favorable1—An Increase of Acreage and Condition of th# Crop— Amount af th# Cercal* Still In Narth-western Grainer!** -K»n«aa Send- a Gratifying depart.
Hpkinopibi o, Ilia, Fob. 4—From report* received at th* department of agriculture from its crop a wr cep. widen ta it appnar* that the arna buM to «inter wheat in the state last fall to be harvested in IWO was i,<Jti2,UM* acres, which la nearly Bl per cent. more titan wee needed the year I sd ore The tun ditiou of the crop wee never more promising aa Feb. I. Owing to the mild, open winter lh* sued has grown from the Dine it fell from the drill last fall to the prevent date, th* plant has mate a heavy, vigorous , growth, and it ie tbs exception where the ground ie not new covered frow view. The general ivxidttkm of the plant Kill compare favorably with Diet of the let of April in I average mamma Hboukf the condition* rentals favorable until harvest it ie ppvtirtod that the average yteld per anre of I MD) will 1 rn-vd that of any year iu the wheat growing history of the state.
•effect of Water ami Weal ber,
The recent freshets ami overflow* have act beati so d -estrous to the growing wheat aa had been expected, ae re porta romiag from the immediate sections show that a much less area subject to overflow was wvsied teat fall than usual During th* |>h*n<>mtnelly warm weather in January there vs annie -oniplum U of ravage* by the fly in the cental yttrium of tit state, hut th* damage >'uId not have been aeneus, as no such cotn-j I aul to have been heard ainee the recent cold weather Home damage is a u tin pa Us! from .ha win aor rn in th* southern portion of Vie state to wheat sows ob sod,
A ut it ii it I Needed (et Heed.
Of the 87,31)1.lf« bu abele of wheat pro-J uend fast season H took k.TW.OOd bushels of reed the arm now aarered with th* growing crop, lab ag (SM and one-third huahais per anre for ased for bom* consuiniitton. Kau ma-mg four bushels per capite, it requires Ifl.-’Mi.ttfl lataheis to broad Urn panpie of the •tate fur one year. Has*) on this estimate. Dure were hi th* ban.is of the producer last harvest of the crop of IHM) ffl/.sfi.lffi bush. I* of wheat for th* outside market.
Value of Leat Year** fruyt The Manattee I report of the -tate hoard of agri'*uIture show* that the Illinni* euro crop for IWM aggregated X47.IN) IMI. The vahte of the (*rup at 21 erat* per bushel was $.V» ;ci7 (HA. lait It anet to produce ami market It ute*mg 7 per out en the iavcstment hi th* land nu which it was raised, ItV'.'ifli.NTV, or $0,04%,HMH ires than tbs value. In twenty-two counties the crop yielded a profit of F2,836,MH. but la th* remaining eighty counties there wa- a iran of $12,.UM, 187. The a bt at crop of the yuar y ie kiwi a Ii and)-, im profit, but ft fell abort of the late on corn by $4,UDO,(KM)or 4*1,000,AK).
THE REPORT IN KANSAS.
Th* Grain la Mead id < eadltleu with la-creased Acreage.
Topeka, Kau., Fab 4-Hecretary Mobil*, at the agricultural <i«partromt, ha* been receiving report* from ell sections of the •tote aa to th* condition of the winter wheat drop. Without exeepttae they ar* of the OM ad gratifying nature, showing that the wiater wheat crop of Kauaa* bm aes ar in the history of the state bt en in such sp leo did condition at Dd* Dine at th* year. It ie animated that the acreage for the state has mn rased ‘J * (S»r coit. over last year. Many enunDss ta th* wheat belt of northwwt Ken •a* nqawt that tho acreage is more Durn double thai of say previous year,
Ferty-Ftee MlN(«>u ftasbels Ripened. Gonscrvatte* estimates place the total acreage of winter wheat at l.ffnu (MO aor**, a hlch, if th* rondfai ma ref a* to favorable will make a jrisid af shoat 4V0n0,0UM bushels MurpoMing nil peweieas raeerds eacept the famoua w ileal year of IMM. Thera is mop* moisture ta the soil at thhi mumm than at any Du** within the paid ten p«n Fro-queot rails have faiieaduring the winter, which, together aith the rccwat heavy snow. It Is bel level almost insures a bountiful yield. ««««»««.
Nebraska Winter Wheal.
Ukuui, Nab., Fab. 4—The winter wheat crnqi cute quite aa u ut in portal ffgaro ta th* farm producta A the state, aa hut very little ie Bown. la the aiu»tern border countip* and
some ta the eosdhara Mer ii Ie raised, hut not extenetvaiy. Th* wheat erop ta Ne-Icasks is of the spriag variety. No Matts
Des ars at hand showing th* extent at the crop sown test autumn, but report* show Mist what ara* sown is la a fair condition. Thar* lias been bat very bub- snow, and the ground has biwa for the greater part of the Dow quite dry, and this ba* retarded the growth of the wheat crop. The late snow has all «h** (>(-!» re-1, ami free sing at night and thawing at day have set in, which In Jure the |*Ums4, tsst the eaefitfcn may be state-1 m late
Meeks la th* Northwest.
HT. I'Al'L. Fab. 4—The Market Record re lima lea th* wtwwt in th* aerthwset elevators oa Fab I at H, MIA,IKM bushels, and nays; That tuehs-te* storks in all country bouses ta lim nm polls amt the two Iwkutea, and is a decrease of I.URi.oU) IcioheU from Jan I. Tbs MIniewi-»li», H4 Baul and Duluth (mbit* stocks test year at this time were K,ifW,fa1 bushel*. Allowing aa squat anc stat for private stowes* ami to ti ansi t then a* now, there mara t"T»t bushels of all storks at that tins. That show* the proaeut amount of Mf* ks of nil wheat in the throe northwest state* n no tinned sad out of farmers' gran ana* 6,101 hmm Imshels greater than at this date test year.
Building Lots for Sale
Comer Main and Dry, 150x120, for $500. Eighth and Market, 60x120, - - - - $450-
Ninth and Market, 50x100,.....$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 thirtvlfront, all very deep. Prices from $50 to$500, on terms to suit purchasers.
One of the nicest residence plats in Alton.
Over HIO It DUSCH parts of the city.
and Lois in Call and odd
I Have Received a F arce ConHignment
Hand-Made Oriental Rugs.
Which will be on exhibition and for *ulo this week only at nay
CARPET - STORE.
This la a rare chance for parties i pprecbi tins such goods, aa Bottling of the^lnd ha* ever te’fui •- lawn shown Iii Alton.
A. J. HOWELL Third St.
OVTI TOO KINDS ANO SIZES
mo# SIO'* TS
tat ss-mat SU •!»' IMS UMM-em
Meg mf flail ais —
I HAVE NO HESITATION IN ■ BCOM MRH DI HO
(iiirliiinl SI lives ii nil Iiiuiges
bourn and too* Dx l«y, ktiltag bim tastanUy ( •llter.la’. Ratals Crop.
Mr* Kelley flrodI mat taw huD-uta wto> r^cmM 4- The Chroaicfas
D**® -InA anti kitted her. Kaltayli wouads mciinarc of tlw rsian vtakl of t'sHfiftih were <mly attght H« has aul yet be*, ap- • for te^ww total ta 1 patent* of «i,.ffUJUO
pounds, aa iiM-roaaeof UJtUO.OUO pouod* over
Ihkh am, double the yieM of I ta”.
Thlak* Cavatejr th# Cwmlag Troop*
Lu*Do*. Fab. 4—A (tarn* * » of-
tkwr ha* pabUabad an a* eel in
p»r iud Anal dec taring that at.
Ut *up*ra*(J* ta fan try aa the ta: arni of military sarvV* ta the new. tatar*
The writer giv.* ems* cogent mason* for Ms
proltefami. ami eanwtaiv urgm th* gOVWKF He ta ta vsate obi and ha* been ta
rn-..t to adopt lh. -uggsstams he makes ha- J *r ^
fore it tw too tate.
A Widely Him.en Clerg)•»»*« Keslgea.
Biumiklyb, S Y . Fab I—At the onnrlu-kten of the moruiag tarvwv la the Lafayette , Avswue Frcebytertea ebarvh Hun-lay I tov rbcod we L Uityler rvaigitfd the pastorate of th* church, which he ha* tilled for thirty
Kepi Hi* Hash tai Nook* ami .'ort.ar*.
Hkn KULT, Ma** , Mn 4 — Juasp HD t ar, aa «t>l 1 t-*»i*at of Beverly, died last week. Hbii* overhaul lag hi* effect* hi* relatives found between $4,(10 and $5,(00 la (old *.td aiver stowed away in varkrna plat aa He aurked aa (tai Job* around the wharves,and i ac one *upp wed ba had any moue;
. Dis ministry forty-four years Declining I strength and failing powers were the roe
sou* fur his retiremsnT
Ae Item tor Veu, Mr. Perter, hrxriirswifc, Mh>h., Feb. 4-Mia Geurga L**hi»*r*d) I*»t i bur-day gave birth to four babies ■ three boy* and on* girl. They weigh about twc> aad a half pound* each and ara perfectly health?.
THEIR HIGH REPUTATION FOR
ECONOMY OF FUEL. AUTISTIC FINISH
STAMIfi THEM AR THE
Best in tile World.
It lh tbeconsUnt aim of Hie maoufaei)irer »o make thi* very Baal Stove that coil In* produce I- THEY ARE UNRIVALED. Said ffolv by
AL. FLOSS ^
Thi^d Street, opp. Belle. Telephone 22.-
JULIUS H. RAI BLE.
AM) WHOLESALE DEALER IN
WINES and LIQUORS
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A SPECIALTY: IMPORTED
Cognac Brandle-. Blacktu-rrv <liiicc,
I lull tii<l Gin, Irish and Scotch WhLkiea, Cherry and
Port, Sherry. Bordeaux and Rhine Wined.
HE A IMH ARTERS
For all kind* of Holed California Wine* and Brandies in Casks, Keg* aad Bottle* Conic and examine the Largest Stock of Kine Old Wine*
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