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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - January 9, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON BAILY TELEGRAPH. VOLUME 20. ALTON, ILL., THURSDAY EVENING, JANI ARY Duel Between a White Woman and a Negro. SENSATION AT JACKSONVILLE, ILLS. Dr. J. W. Enos' Sanitarium, ALTON, IT .T DR. ENOS Announce* that he ha* entAbllnhml In a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the TREATMENT OF ALL CHIME DISEASES BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL. Hts experience during many years has convinced him that all disease* oat! be managed more successfully in an institution of this kind, under the constant supervision of the physician, and with the aid of means not other* wise at oommand, than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers at intervals of several hours or days. T*1® position of the SANITARIUM is high, and the surrounding are free ■rom all noxious in nuances. It is readily reached by the Second street horse sars^and is near the Union Depot. The building is large, and arrangements are as perfect as is possible from a knowledge of sanitary science ana the requirements of such an institution. Electricity in alt its forms; Oxygen and its compounds; Baths, Douches, Massage, Inhalation, Nursing, etc;., are provided as may be required by pa-*n addition to such other treatment as may be deemed advisable. A m indful MU,I \\ fttldi v MI lilt* Girl and Her Colored Coachman Fill Cat h Other Full af Holt* A Pittsburg Hoy Mho Man ted to Polson Ilia Moth** -Jail Ila-livery at Mprliigflold, Mo.—Sulfide of a Hermit Other Crimea. Jac knonvillk, IIL, Jan. 9.- For a long Mmc the affair* of Mim Fannie Keener, a young, beautiful, and wealth} whit* girl, and Nathan Pastel), bel Colona! coachman, hive I wen the guwipof the town. Boule time ago Pateen went to Iowa, aud while lie wa* there Mb* Keener Merit him a large amount of valuable property. Miss Keener remained her,., where abe has linen living With her brother Moth Brew Their Viatel*. It wu thought there would be nothing Blore between Mina Keener and Fasten, but Tm*lay morning the negro returned to Jacksonville and at once proceeded to th* bouw of Mhw Keener, where he was met by Toro Kceoer. who ordered the negro away. I listen turned to go. but aa he turned met Mi** Keener and a young man named Ban croft. Without war tang the negro drew a pistol and twgan shooting, find at Bancroft, who wa* twice wounded, ami then at Mue Kenner, who promptly returned the fire, both tieing wounded. Mink Keener was shot through the lung* and hips and is in a very critical condition. Fasten was shot in the arms and head A Prominent Family, At this juncture Tom Keener and a col* tired Uiy named James Brown, took a hand, clubbing Fasten until disarmed by the crowd of people* drawn to the scene. Fasten I* in Jail, Ult ao terribly injured that It is til* Kl ii bt, he cannot recover. It hi ml. I that Him. Keener . an scarcely live through the night. The Keener family is one of the most prominent in Jacksonville, the elder Keener having been engaged in the oum-nii.«etnn bu*tn«M* at Naples and Mere.iisa, Ilia., and Interested in a line of UHn-Hs river steamer* running to Bt Louin Mas Murderers to Hang. Fort bm th, Ark., Jan 9.- Of the nine murderers now in tho federal J.U1 who are to be hanged on Thursday, the HKb. all but one have made professions of religion and mode confessions of their crimea That one is G.*»rge Tuber, a young toga, who holds out that he is innocent. Hoven of the nine are full-blodud Indiana As ail me aggravate eate*s it is quite likely the whole nine will hang. The Quadri-Centennial Committee in Session. A RARE IIMVESTMENT. THE CLAIMS OF ST. LOUIS PRESENTED Forger Slier men .Must Come Mark. Toroxto, Ont., Jan 9 —Judge IfcDougall Tuesday morning gave judgment in the extradition cmm of Wilson Ii Bhcrman, the Buffalo elevator manager ctmrgad arith forging elevator receipt*, oniertng that the prisoner Im turned os or to the AjMricaa authorities after tits la pee of flftnen days, during which time he might produce additional evidence, if he could, against hi* extradition. bairnie of a Twang Girl. B MXMXX, Iud., Jan. ft Hush* II Ute a young domestic employed in the family of John \ Mashy ha wk, committed suicide Tuesday by hanging herself to the limb of a tree in t lie woods bordering on the fair grounds, ■oath af this city. The girl recently stub several ring* which she intended to mil and clothe herself, but she wee ^impelled to return them in the morning, and (wooming despondent concluded to take her Ufa - AN UNNATURAL 80N. A LARGE SOLARIUM For Hun Brat Im and nxcrcine in cold and inclement weather, etc., is provided. Each patient Is thoroughly examined by I>r. Enos, and rrcoiven his daily personal attention. Now OTO © n POR THE RECEPTION OK PATIENTS. For further information addrest Dr. ENOS at the SANITARIUM, corner of George and Third att., Alton, III. JULIUS H. RAIBLE. Rectifier, Importer AXU WHOLESALE DEALER IN WIMES and LIQUORS The most Celebrated Brands of KENTUCKY WHISKIES free and in bond. A SPECIALTY: IMPORTED Cognac Brandies, Holland Gin, Irish and Scotch Whiskies, Cherry and Blackberry Juice, Port, Sherry, Bordeaux and Rhine Wines. HEADQUARTERS For all kinds of Select California Wines and Brandies In Casks, Kegs and Bottles. (’onie nm! examine the Largest Stock of Fine Old Wines and Liquors ever offered in this city, and at Ila Trie* to Persuade rn Girl to Polson MI* Own Mother. iTnwacBij, Pa., Jan. 9.—A young woman nam*" I A un ie Rigger culled un th* mayor of Allegheny Tun*lay and told a most remarkable itory    wished to make in formation again I boma* Ingram, a young man of IU year*, wh< un she charged with a deliberate attempt to poinon hia own motlier. Mi** Rigger aa Hi that Hum lay night sh* in ouBtiany with her Wiver, a Mr Hetneman, wen* visiting at the hums of th* Ingrains, ami during the evening Thomas made a proposition to her to help him kill bk mother To give proof of his serious intention* he showed her some white suhatanre tliat looked like flour and said It was a very powerful potnou, which he had procured st some drug atom Threw the Powder Oat the Window. This h< u tailed her to put in the tea that woe Just befog made 'or Mr*. Ingram Mb* Rigger mhsslwl to comply wtth the unnatural s«V whiles, I rut tn*Us*d threw the powder out tile back window. After Mrs. In im hail made and drunk h.-r tea young lug I Mil a.-*. I nervous SU the evening, aud couldn't nod. no and why hi* mother did not die Til* Im} Ie a bad boy, hut too old for the refrain school. It is not known what iii K* done with him. Killed His Hrother. RAX FKAXctsoo, Jan. 0.~At Tehama, Cal., during a family quarrel, A. J. Clark, J#,, shot and killed his brother, Johnston Clark, who had raised a chair to strike hisn. Th* coroner's jury decided it a case of justifiable homicide, and Clark was released. He ie a non of the late Judge Clark. The only witness to the tragedy wa* a female relative. Pavers Bal* GOVERNOR HILL’S MESSAGE. He Oppose* Prohibition and let Reform. Albaxt, N. Y.. J aa. 9.-Governor Hill prow ated hi* BiuiMage to t he h-gieiature Tues day The governor devotee much space to ballot reform and generally oppnem the Australian system, bot says the whole xjra-b*m will not do in this own try and has not been adopt*-<1 in any date so far He ream mend* that both official and unofficial ballute bs UMod and that all etnpfc.yes ba entitled to I we bour* on election day for voting pur (mss*, lie alan waste It required ef each party and <amli.lab- that they pubteU. item load acoouate of re* at pts sad ti nth unworn ta for campaign purpose* He oppuass pndu bitlon and astite the liquor traffic regulated by just and equitatde riche- laws A Mortgage for Bl SO, 000,0#*. HriuxuFiKU), IIL, Jan. 9.-The Atchison, Topeka A Rant* Fe Tuesday Hied for reoord in the secretary of stale's effka a general mortgage tm all Bs pr.qxwky, ab.ait 4,OT9 miles in length, and un ail Ms other property, secured by gi«><-ial loortgagr I*teds, to run IUD years, with semi annual inter eat. The amount of the mortgage Is *IK),CW*,U)o, and the proceed* arete) be Heed for the purchase and extinguishment of all outstanding obligation.* of the com|«ny in punmance of the new plan of reorganisation and for other legal purposes of the conqany Jail Delivery la Keateeky. Pixgviixa, Ky., Jan. 9.—Seven prisoner* ooaflned In the county Jail here made their escape at atxmt dark Tuesday evening The pkn <rf escape was a bold one, and proved quite effrrtivo. One of the jailer'* suns, Newman Johnson, and a trusty were lait in charge during the absence of Jailer Johnson. The turnkey had just placed the hay Into the Jail lock preparatory to admitting the trusty, when the latter Mixed him, and, disarming him, threw ofwa the door, bidding hi* compeuD us to a sue un. The Jail con twined nine prisoners, and all eeaaped except two. who were in for minor off- iwa and did Mig Flee at Mi. Goula Hr. 1/h i*, Jan 9.-—Fire wa* discovered ak ■ o’clock Wednesday morning in the has*-1 mcnt of the Wee tem Union Telegraph building at the corner of Third aud rtlfve street*. The flamer ascended through the vent!Isling , shafts to tho fourth floor The operators wore compelled to leave their truterumenta. I he oonffageation raged for nearly three hour* wet tber** were several narrow escapes from death. Ad joiutng I wilding* wore dam aged by amok • sad water The toted low ie estimated at flu), (JOO. Governor Francis Ie the Plret to Address the Committee and Is Followed by Mr. Charles H. dose*—Morgan's Argument I* Favor af Butter** Proposition to Assi** Keg roe* to Immigrate t# AfHea— Proceed lug* I* Congress. Washington Cwt, Jan. ft—Tto qimdrt-crnteuual committee of the senate, of which lllecock is chairman, began its hearuig* Wednesday. There wore prreawt Hanalei* Hiacock, Gray, Wiiana of Iowa, Farwell, Eustis, Hawley, Htao'ord, Kenna. CsaHce and Vwt The Bt. Louis delegation wa* given the Bret hearing. Among the prominent members of the delegation present were: Hon. D. R. Francis, governor of Mi*-aouri; R O. Htiutard, Charles ll. Jones, G C. Rainwater, Gorge Bain. K. Ii Ream, Nm thai, I;oto. 1’bontae Fletcher, Norman J. Coleman, James O. Bn redhead, J. ii. Prather, W M. Fidos, Leverett Bell, R. A Campbell and Bim. K ii Brock Th* chairman stated that there was no limit to h|**x h**, but that It was generally expected Uiat no city would require more than sn hour and a half and that all rsgibea would be Hied with the committee in writing. Governor Frat.. Is* Kens ark s. Francis first addr—* ii the commie to>. He spoke of th* unanimity of sr nil moi it throughout the United States in favor of bolding sn International cap. aition nim in fen • railer of th* discovery of America He laid that Hi treats mad* no mctkonal plea. He til.,tight that this question should ta raised above th* plane of serti.nudism (tov Frau. Is Introduced Charles H Jones, Chairman of the executive Con mitt** ut Bt lamia lb- explained at length the advantage* of k-al ion pi1—lins ii by Rf. Louie. He had nothing ti* any In disparagement of any city One of the rtteee hi competition law-1 Me claims on Me proximity to th* sea I marx!. It would make no dffereno* to the foreign exhibitor la what part of Amaru* I the world’* fair should be held. TH* daises of RI. treats. Mr. J..urn explained at length the rail and 1 river traugiurtaUou advantage* of BL Ireui*. lls sat.! while other cities were busting for available *!).«, Bl Louis offered dx sites. HL Lreuli- lied put la the ling . laten to the world's fair and was th- Unit j stU- -mggtuled. Iliac.wk said he would Ilk* the HL Lamia committee to file a detailed rn ti mal*- of .vat of th* number needed R O. fftanard Anenoe committee of HL Louis, add be had a laudable prWV- la the program and devel-opnieeit of th- MMolffl ridley within th* last half century Cern Ira! burettes*! of kl. Vitals. Within tbs WI miles radius of HL Louie were th* rap*tai* of thirteen commonwealth* They woald be loyal to RL Loute if Rf Louis should be iuad» the site at the world* fair, Just as Bt. Lout* would be loyal to herself aal to the nation if any other city should be    Be    dw .lt at length on the cm trml lo. at loo of Bt Louis. No i One II mid red Acres Of IjuxI, Adjoining Upper Alton, wltli Hou He containing1 lo rooms, Barn, and oilier out houses. Will he Hold for little more than mortgage now upon Hic place* Sale Must be all Cash. I‘urke« dettring to tnveet in J arm ,/.ism hr cannot tb> {'Titer than i north-gntethie f'roper t if, one of iketkmp-"'ti ever off' red arfumt Alton. “/Vt/..f Title. /‘rymriy unit and mnet Aa to,id. & MANN 310 BELLE STREET. EVERYTHING NEW. —OUK STOCK OF- Carpets, Oilcloths, Linoleums, Rugs, CURTAINS and CUR PAIN FIXTURES, I" now complete and on exhibition attracKeas are i »e*dl* "aedf"1 squares., -------- un.« I. " I *,n »o*i nin.'k H>- ir !»kln-C IL CIA >TII band l.l Sol,Kl Mn in xreat var^tf OCWflHI and'cimr Ate -A-. J. HOWELL: lo one, BMA fair in the extrema "wet or the sftfi mm-et ai th or the exirvme north The people of th* extreme west bos built up th- seaboard with the imauieee they have given New York, Ptiltadrlpbfa amt Itoeton He thought the hobtiag of the fair hi RL f/Wtte w*mld be a grand tiling for the <ti*v.**r*it of the a uth The people of Ht. 1/aet* wanted mom Yank ere and move of the fwoplc of the moi ti. g*H together on entmn'm gmand. Th* Mowejr (hhrsete*. The peopia of HL Ixoti* were half Yankee* and half soul hemen, and now they had ae- *inill*Ie.I se MBIroughly that you cuahl nut tell un* texan the other [Laughter J The actual motley guaranteed by Bl Louiaana Mr Rtanard said, now ex en!**! to.OUO.fiUQ, K* Help far the ▼inlaltaa. FiHLAi>BLraiA, Jan. ».— Hvfl R*rno# C < .tnmlwiotter Roosevelt, who bae bern Investigating the charge that Collector of (fftk ID lotos Bio tem WO* Ii Os. It ITS ba ret et .ais* Mn IMH tux *m lEZZi T    .    »*    *»    *M*rl    d.r    A    *. Surprisingly Low and Cheap Prices. mn Barr to .-ban. e IL Amang the eeca|ied j app. .mf mea ta were two of th- famous Turner gong, from Yellow crook, charged with shooting Crow Carr. hi Mi. Id I. U.ruugb on Christmas day, A poser is in pursuit. onos promoted them to tee cfa-fc* without subjecting them to rtvli service et ami natl, .n has rejiortod to the efltect that rich pTMnotioas af* Illegal, bait that the commie Mf*# bos uo power to prevent them except in Wasteingtna, where it has fail control af nil prompt houte 0 All Goods delivered free of charge. Order* by mail will receive attention. store md Office cor. Fourth and Beliefs., Ware* oute on Fourth st., between Belle and Piasa. Fight Prisoners Break Jail. HituxuriELD, Ma, Jan. ll-Eight prison all coo fiord la on* evil In th* county Jail livre, escaped shortly after 19 o’ckcg    _    ^     ,    _ Tumday night They rut a hole in the iron nu'<rM #Wofi tta hall *ctared Xt*pprd la Range of a Mueteat. Ba.mxi.Tx, Jan. ft—UeuL W it. Hpiosr and Kohart Beu*m, th* U-yuar-vld eua of Lieut B*u*en, late the navy yard Tuesday evening, ar iud with musket*, to shot* mate dog* that prowled nightly around th* tar racks Just an young IW«mi ai urn. I ala dog. Lieut, ftptaer heeditepdy stopped in city bf Rt r^ute ta paratttlng the use of Fores*park aaa alto wa* equal ID a sob-arrtption of 11,Out),OOO more The haartog vm*hiO*d at noun, when th* commute* adjourn*.! to Friday On Mw* day the Waatiiagton committiv w UJ prawn I IU ale tm*, and on .Saturday New Y.wk , and Chicago will be board I HAVE NO HESITATION IN KROO HUEN DI NG dai'land Sillies .mil Ranges MORGAN ON THI NEGRO. His a)M>ech THEIR ll HIH REPUTATION POR ARABILITY* ECONOMY OF FUEL, CONVENIENCE, ARTISTIC FINISH STAMPS THEM AS THE I KUO. HARPER'S WEEKLY. ILLUSTRATED. ifxanr* WEEKLY Im* a well cstabllshud ii lac* a* th* leading tUuUrat.-d nww-pMp'-r u Aiin ri.-ii Iii. faun. Hi ..r it* eon..rial comment* on curr.-ut pollUcs Im* curix-d fter It th* r*«p*ct and coun.l.-ncM of all tm. partial reader*, an.1 th. varl. tjr and exert-tone* or Its literary cmteuu, which Include aerial and stiort sti.r lv* Iii th* l»-*t and most p©l>o!ar writer*. Ut it Tor the p* ru*al of ()«o pl* of th* widest rang* of    and    pur* •aits. Th* waaai r supplement* arc of remarkable variety, tater**!, and value s., *xpense ta aparwd to bring the hla»te-t or der of artianr anility to bear upon the lilus tration of the cbanaeful phase* of boun and ft .reign history. A ifextcau romance, from PtWHfTkuasi A Janvier, will a pi tear In Mb* WaaaLY in pqs. WM. L. KLUNK fcjOo UNDERTAKER. fl.e* of lh* cal] and knocked out part of th* wall arui .<*. a|>«d. Of th* eight prteuners ail war* being held for trial on .'liarget of grand larceny. Th* oilier two were chargvd with murder They are Peter H.nfm, who k ll lei I a ooastal.V 10 Texas county two months ago, and John Davis whorl,.)! au l kii*<-<t th* wife of Andy Ma va,.« of th ie cit) taal August. lh»vti wa* recaptured 1st* 1 and was! again .Niutiued in lh* jail. He says th* e*-wa' made by *aw mg away th* iron floor to the cell* with Mtwt mad* from the stosl qirln^* of thotr ahuea Th* work .x>nsum*d three week* Sftiiv.r« breast Th* wounded aum wa* taken to thr naval h .spital, wftar* th* hall was axtrantod Th* wound Is Botcensidsrvd •artou* Best ll la ^.*03 san of IK AMD UK Al.KU Ready-Made Coffin*. Metalic Caet, Caskets And Burial Robes, For I .adios, Outlemen and Children. HARPER’S PERIODICALS. PKK VICAR. HAKIMI -I IV KUK LY............. flAHPKM H M G.A/iNK HAKI'KK'X HA/AK ii AEPKfl'S I GU MG 1‘KolM.K Office and Shop on State street. to <*> «.0 4 un t <« Otar Hart’s jj»«ry atabl*. mil attend Jot. Work and R«pairing Kurnitura. MT rate MI* (Hrs Funeral h«ra«ow. St- Paul, Jan. ft. -A startling cum* of sui-did* cam* to light Tuesday la th* village of bate, twelve miles north of Miunoapulis, wh*’ii < Hi* H. Brown, Hr , a prominent and nge.1 Spiritualist, was discovered dead rn th* little home w bere he hail lei the lite* of a hermit. Thro.* bullet* had *• tared his head and a revolver was in his hand On rn desk I Mf or* him was a journal of hi* Bf*, in which he hail penned his Drowned la a Tub of Water. Caic a o<>, Jan. 9—Th* mf out Jam m Rug ie, of 2610 Calumet avenue, aoctitontally drowned in a tub of water I'ueaday afternoon Th* vhiki. which wa* but srventeeti months old, wa* Aft aion* to th* kitchen by his grandne »th«r slue sh* went into thr bm k yard to hangupsom* clothe*. Hhe was geek* but Ave initiates, ami on her ret urn found th* tit ti* fellow had drown*.! to a tub of water Favor *f It*aaSwv Butler's Pre |M»*I Stow. Washixotok Cm, Jan 9.—la arguing hi th# mate In flavor of Butler's proposltfe*! to aoMist th* negroes to emigrate to tbs (tengo Fro* state, Morgan said th* atvre had do j •teases to Nae In thla country TW* were ZSZmS    SLavrt/t"    maoufarturer^t    rn    aka    thavrry    Beal turlag, conuasrclai, mining, or navigation    *    Wll    be    produttd.    I    HFs\    ARK    UNRIVALED.    Said    only    by c« >u 1 pan mm . m Bagre director*, owhuw*. or 1 teller* in hanka, nu aagro gov«xner af a in tlx© World. I‘oat ag# free u» all subscribers In the Uni ted etatist, < anada or Mexico. The Vol times of the WxxaLY b*)g1u with the first X urn her tor Jun-tarv of each year , Whsa no tim* is mentioiuHi, subs.'rlption* ' will begin with the Number current at time iceTpt ‘ of receipt of order. Bound V.duno • of HAKrxa's Wyrki y for !* veer* back, Iii m et tMiiOinx, u ill b* san! by mall, post#*** paid, or by ex lim this iwvealed that he ha! kng been preparing to kill him** lf. II* bad his ow u funeral  ------ __    —---- .    —    -I    sermon    written    ready    tor    delivering am! ha.! fteSVT'PmOfik    Dim    I    tabwi    it    lo    a    frieod    a    tem    .lays    twfor*    with • i^U A I Ti ag. 4X;    ^    I    the    reqmwt    that    tee    rea<l    it    over    his    ti*ly. A Desperado’* Fsplolt. Be Ka ar. >x, Pa, Jan. 9 —At noon Tueaday ll Fussie* the I Seat are. ('■oak Laeb, Iowa, Jaa. *--Hight psr-suns have died her* of a disMuw which pus-sh*, th* doctors of Cellar Lake, Monon City, and other points la oil th* row* there wa* a slight peritonitis of the covteiag of th* ma.) uitiaetiaes, but all of her organs war* ______  brei    thy In th* cavities of Lh* heart war* thought* each day, and i P*1***    of    a    J    ss    lr    yellow cotor, look 1 int: much bk* th* umtubraiia of HI ‘pH her is. but thicker. DEA I.KR* IM free of expense (provided Hie ft eight flue* Bot axweed on* dollar per volume per volume. (Toth Onset for each f*»r »7 volume, suitable tor FINK AND COMMON binding will int sent by mull, 1 ut paid, on Ip (of |i.tx) each receipt ttvmlttan. .* sh..un] tm made tty (Xustoffli < Meaty Order or Druft, ti. avoid chance of lose N>< w* lispers are not to copy this ad vet FURNITURE. tlftemeat without th* exnres* order of Ham ria A lls.. 1 hem* Address A Full And KRUT it JC Bn, New York HA Kl'hit A Complete Stock on Hand. Always ITO STOPPED FREE < I O'/ST EWW %tiOV NERVE RESTORER. * NSS** In«SAM* Omit MM* Arew * 1 rut tftumtf, m*. IV» not Fail to Give i s ▲ Call Be* fore l*urcU»aiog. a dsaperado r.d* into town, tied his hors* is front ut the First National bank at Blogne-burg, and, going in, drew a revolver on the cashier, aud demanded ll,UK) The cashier began slowly counting out tb- money, and meanwhile his sa managed, wit boat attracting th* robber’s attention, to give aa alarm. The highwayman, .llocovarlng that his pint was going wrong, fled *1 til. ut th* money, <lashmg down th* street ami recap teig to the woo< la Flied a General Assignment. Un I la bai.PH ta, Jan. 9.—A general amiga maut for the barefit of th* Glamo. fan (ma <■< injany, was filed Tuesday Th* liabilitimi of th* a >«j|i*ny are foiOO.OUU, rwnaasting wholly of legitimate paper issued by the oonifsuiy and endorsed by the princijwl »tnr g bolder* Th* assets are Amated at UUU,HU). stat* or territory, no asgxo engineers or *oo-dactors on railways; no negro mate or federal Judge*; no negro hi any northern l*gt» lature no negni reprew uteUve la dtto boose of magreaa lr ho any aorthsrn state. The negro * entire field of endeavor was limited to p> ex plotD. Th* field was occupied wtth intl* Ie Befit ti) himself and with grew! injury to others Political toluene*-would n*v. r lift th* Mgrw race in this coun try above it* present level. To lied#*-wi I heir Fatherland. Ob the en teary, the friction aiel oglu ton cauw*I by th-* aggros use of th* tall, t would < reati- more and more envy against the n gr«* rare. Morgan b»4nj forward to th*- * et li^hmetil of a free refiuhtkayu gov -cr nu, ut lh the f*oagr) region by the mtla-««v of Am-VM-uni or American mgr ** who weal kl thus I* the redeemer* and regenerators of their fatherland He find a (dan winch h* would prewnst to th* re**.ta. Cee 'rn fore ign relations, but he sbnuid la I cdg* rn Hi* iiope that stuns plan hatter than bn atmid ti* found to facilitate th* important work of civ liking the Interior of cen tr»J Africa by indming th* 6,000,ujO of negroes Ut this country to reaitrtbut* their itreiigth. kip.* ledge, and ( bristiaaity to I that aurk. A.    Ll.FLOSS Third Street, opp. Belle. Telephone Cold F r\ Weather Calls for Warmer Clothing. And so I would state to those in Need to Call and Examine my Stock of near. '.'itianteis. culls. Shawls. Flaiael Skirts. Comforts. Cloaks, 'ii rn tis ai* ms*. I -Mi - MJI. ii S'    ___ _ I SI Dial tiuun    b Iii MSS. trey re) .*• 'lyre. ,te»s«» re Los vSmi »*ej resu UAMMM, F U Anil >1. .. ..J.lTM, ,1 lf pf E LI N I Wti A FT ll NI , |*ft j I    lh, Fib OCK FI KS ITI Kit KIM IMM ARK OX State Strt. ouousite Third. BBW AMM OB HUT A TIMO ALTON, ILL. A Froft-• Aor Turn* Burglar. CUiVBtiANO, Ohio, Jan. 9. - llamiltim (terter, one of tie- professor* in th* N*w Lf mw (Ohio) institute, has been arrested on the dtorgc of burglary and ha* mads a ooh fred on. Hr broke Into a drug More at Maw Lyme and ako stid* a missionary cxdkottoa taken up in the i’rrwby tiwian Honda J school at Warren, Ohio Ha wa* a rhui k u»mn-b*r and an atiandant at th* Huuday school Two Mea Drowned. Hitch ii, Ilia, Jan. ft—Frank Mason * , prominent Htiacn of KaakidtM township, and a young man namrel Wieldy war* S drowned In Hock ereck about noon TSewday They had bren in th* baht of cr.swing th* creek in a boat going to air! from work. sad rh th* crossing Tuesday th* treat capa toad, throwing th* lite men toto the swift. unreal, which carrwxi them over the (alia Their bud!**- bare > ot b**a recovered. -Iud*. Kelley's I cad it ton. Wamhikuton (rrr, Jan. ft—Judge Kelley has had a had day. II* is rest lass, wash am! delirious at times, and no bop* is sqtertamed by thuw urer him for any substantial chang* for th* bettor. tonal* wad Hews#. Wannist*** Civy. Jan ft—Th* assate fV*du*-M>lay aftir some rout** 1-mntorm took ap Vuorhw ' resoiutioa la rqswi to th* foliar* of I’rn).<d hut™ District Attorney Chamber* of Indianapolis, to arrest and yrewecuto W. W Du-li-fy, and V oar hem ad lr ere ,i th* ornate oa th* nihjad After the tram-rn I iou of row liq* buslixre the bourn went toto nummittee of th* wbok re the Instill t of Columbia appropriation hill, Burrow* of Mi<-btf*n to the chair. And many other things which tend to make person Comfortable in Cold Weather. At Prices to Suit Everybody. Treasurer Huston IIL W ASMixoTDx Ort, Jan. 9.- Triusuri* Huston, who has baun su If sri ag with a Barer* cold for a-veral days, was rotnpvlkd to i*k* Ch bu bed Wednesday. H. F. Lehne, X33 Ttxix-ci st.Jj ;