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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - January 21, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH. VOLUME 20.ALTON, ILL., TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 21. 1890. NO. Dr. J. W. Enos' Sanitarium, ALTON, ILL. DR. ENOS Announces that he has established in a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the TREATMENT OF ALL CURABLE DISEASES. BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL. His experience during many years has convinced him that all diseases can be managed more successfully in an Institution of this kind, under the constant supervision of the physician, and with the aid of means not otherwise at command, than when tho patients are seen by their medical advisers at intervals of several hours or dfys. The position of the SANITARIUM is high, and the surrounding are free from all noxious influences. It is readily reached by the Second street horse cars, and is near the Union Depot. Tile building is large, and arrangement# 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 required by patients, in addition to snob other treatment as may be deemed advisable. A LARGE SOLARIUM For Sun Baths and exercise in cold and Inclement weather, eto., is provided. Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and receives his daily personal attention. Now Open FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS. For further information addrest Dr. ENOS at the SANITARIA, corner of George and Third its., Alton, III. \ JULIUS H. RAIBLE. Rectifier, Importer AND WHOLESALE DKALES IN WINOS and LIQUORS Th. most Celebrated Brands of KENTUCKY WHISKIES free and in bond A SPECIALTY:    IMPORTED C ognac Brandies, Holland Gin, Irish and Scotch Whiskies, Cherry and Blackberry Juice, Port, Sherry, Bordeaux and Rhine Wines. HEADQUARTERS For til kinds of Select California Wines and Brandies in Cssks, Kegs and Bottles. Come and exanuoe the Largest Stock of Fine Old Wines sod Liquors ever offered in this city, and at Surprisingly Low and Cheap Prices. Ail Goods delivered 'free of cbsrge. Orders by mail will receive attention. store and Office cor. Fourth and Beliefs., Warehouse on Fourth st., between Belle and Pits*. prompt house oi I HOO. HARPER’S WEEKLY. ILLUSTRATED. ILaraa’s WBBBI.T bas a w«u established •J*®*** **• leading illustrated newapapcr in Amsrica. Th* fairness <»r id editorial on amTwiit politics bm durned ■br It Um r—p«ct ami confidence of ult mi- I ar Btu road ars. ami tbs varl-y ami .*icei '}* llu,r*rr content#. winch include Mn al aud short stories bv Ilia l***t ami im*tt popular writers, Bt It fur th* perusal at !>«<» r*n«* >»r taste* ami i> Z J .. * Wbbblt supplements are of taarkable variety, Interest, Mini muu- Mo Upon** is Sparta] Ui tiring til.* highest or • tluabliltr to I tear upon Ut* Ulna PATENTS. To any persons wishing to ootain letter* Blent ta Baw Inventions. UnptoveniOte# or Uglis, I will mecum drawings and sperm rations and make applications for Patent* ail consultation, in person or by (Siler, free Lucas Pfeiffenberger, ALTON. ILL. tar of artlet .... U HO I OO I Office the cai ration st tile changeful phases ->f boise ami ireign hist.>ry A Men un r umiic*. Ti in ie pen or Thomas \ J an vim win ai j ii •be Wsaai.T in 1*1*1. HARPER’S piRIODICALS. _ FXR YEAR. kKMtft’g iv kl Kl r IKIKH I M Ii. I/I \ I i hi si. a ha/AH I RPX It Slot s., ID . MI I • ►stage free to al) bu bec rib.-rn in ►‘•tee, I ‘anuria, or Hum The Volumes of the H kkki r begin wit ti Arts Number for January or earl) >e,»r Sh no tim*- is snentlom-ri subscriptions ‘ I with the Number ohm . ut at time I of ortho Volume# of Hanrxtt a vybkmi.t h r s back, In neat cloth mn.ling will stall, postage puhl, or by es press, bs# (provided the freight does one dollar per voiunn-1, for fl «» i. se* far each volume, suitable tar ll l*e real by ut all, post paid, on H U. mach.    j wee should lie marie by hutidlrs ►»!< r or lo aft, to av I cl trn * of Luurs PfelfYen berber ARCHITECT, GENERAL superintendent AND MECH ANICA I* DRAUGHTSMAN on Third st., one dx or west of Pitas. Third Floor. J. SUTTER A SON, e, sr** not to copy **m>ut tbs esp, *1.1 ass Addr Mew York this sdver res* order of Hah UA i;I hi: 4 ITS STOPPED FREE. imnnKSnacrtf „ i.... M^..?.FJiT2SE~ M    Af    am    A.    ami.    turn,    Isthssy.    m, I SA LUI HH. tx Wk... #, atrwtaJ A*. Am 9/Ur >« SWS. I eel. - . -I sa lr— V.U., * .. t. . i ■■iff*1™ I u A R* WSLjaiTT# OF UUU run EL CA* DKA I.JC KA IR FINE ANI) COMMON FURNITURE. A Full and Complete Stock Always on Hand. !*n not Fail to Givs us a Call Before Pm re hts) bg. UUU 11'RN ITI (LR ROOMS ARR OR State Strt. ooDosite Third. ALTON, ILL. Testimony in the Ballot Forgery Case. Box CINCINNATI’S MAYOR ON THE STANO Ile Produce* a Number of Letters from Prominent Ohioans Indorsing kl nod for th* tank* Inspectorship- speaker Meed A apsis t* th* VI urld's * air 4 nntailtte*. Two Illinois Men tieing Flared on lt~ Waahlsgtss Motes of General Interest Waxhixutoii City, Jan. SI.- Mayor Sloshy, of cincinnati, was placed un the stand befur* the be use committee to inveetl-Sate the Ohio ballot box forgery Mom lay bi*.ruing He stated that he knew Wood, who first came to him about Aug. S, last, with a letter of introduction from K. C. Hall, manager of the flail Haft: ct un) nu tv The mayor produced a number of letters from prominent Ohioan# indorsing Wood for the smoke ins|iectorship. Among these Warr several from Governor For aker which Mw latter had produced during his teeti mony. One of the letters was from Powell Cr.why, the law partner of Ru proem ta live Butter worth. (In the morning that Wood’s appointment was erroneously announced la Cincinnati newspapers a man called on the mayor and ■ Ital, ii Wood of being a notorious liar am) said that his noon! w it. not flood. Wood Genies the Charges. This man alen accused Wood of neglecting bis own family, of breaking up another family, ami of no-haul ting with a lewd woman The man told the mayor that be was Georg* W. Jewell, Wood'* brother-in-law. Investigating further, the et tows had Mr, Jewell'* Information corroborated. VV .ss! a aa a nt for and tim mayor informed bim of the chargee Wood denied them. Us said they were the rweult of “spite work" Wood offer**! to refute the charge* ami sent to Mayor Mosby a nom tor of letters from Cincinnati busine— men aud others giving Wood o g<sd character. Wood, they saki, neither drank, smoked nor chewed. Humor the letters wert highly complimentary of VVaud. The must important of tin— produce*! by the mayor was one from Mrs A A Gibson, sister of George W. Jew—L Sh* said that Jewell wa* a mild luaalic who had be-o kindly treated by Wood. < oubla't Help I.) lug. Th* witnes, —id it had never occurred' to him that the bai Jot box paper was a forgery. He knew that Governor r<raker did md intend to make use of it He had a converso th>ii with Wood «l*oiit the paptsr and Wood told bim what he ha*I tai.I (Governor Fora her—that he had got it from Walter Well man, th- private secretary of John IL Mc Lean After it I—aune known that the bal lot-box paper — a forgery, Wood came to the mayor ami asked hun about an toter view in Die lime*-tttar, to which the may or bad quoted Mr. Elliott as saying that Wood had said that his t Woo*Ti) father aud mother were liars and he oouidn’t help lying. The mayor pr-ssed Wood to tell about th- forged paper. Wood wanted to know which paper he meant, and on the mayor explaining thai be amant the one in The Commercial (is setts, Wood said there were three or foal papers like the erne Mr. Halstead had pub ' Ikbei Where th* Paper Was Gwtles Up. The mayor said the published paper did not contain all the nem<s <— th- original, lait Wood insisted that it did Worst ex IiLdtt**! that there were always three or our cliques working to get a bill through oongrsss, and it sr— necessary to have tain palier# hi show some of the— cliqu— other persona who • ere inter—ted la 4 in order to shut them off. The mayor had oonver—Lion aiso with Mr, Halstead, who told hun ti us! Wood had got up th* paper in Mr Murray'* office, o iling th*young nether* that he a anted to put the nam— at prominent |- r*on# to the palier in order to get more sutwnlptlons fur the ballot box company. Had Two airings (a HU Haw. John Builirah, a wboll—Ie liquor of Cincinnati, who was next sworn, said that W ood had called an him stat left a letter to he given to Frank Kelley secretary of the democratic oampaign committee. Governor F<.raker, who examined the writ ne— said the objeet of the tmtttnony to show that Wood "a* in communication with the Dcnns-ratic campaign committee —kl with Mr Campbell. He would endeavor to show thu connection through other wit— Frank J. Kelley, af Cincinnati, was the next wR— lls said ta was ascrstary of the Domncmtte oampaign committee daring th* last srnivrnatoniU carn|>aign He was given Ile letter left by Wood with Hulhvsn. He found that K was a letter fro— Governor Focakar to Governor 14M«, of Michigan. He sent it to Mr. Campbell thinking it— might he made of IL Another tv Hoes* Sub|H»as**l. The letter wet. written in typewriter be WM positive. There were no inst ructions given him about the Mfcr. He did not know when Governor Cenipheli received th* letter. The witness had -imply given it ti Lew* J Barnard, of the Dean* retie .urn> paign couifiiittee, ta be given to Mr Campbell. Governor K>.rak*-r, at this point, said be wan ta I Mr. Barnard wbtwasMi and a telegraphic summon* wa* aocurdtngiy sent to hun Continuing, witn— san) that Wood had showed hi— dlipaldKs frill Go Vera.« Funker promising ta help get Wood's balk*-box— introduce,! la Ohio. He had not agreed to give Wood any    tion    A recess was lino taken THE DAY IN CONGRESS. twelve y*art a resident of Chicago. Whmw Ik was (imminently engaged with bm wife in charity a..rh, wa* Munday evening stricken birne) whit*- standing in the minting room of Th*- Poet newspaper. Dodge recently suffered a stroke of paralysis from th* will Is of an injury to his spin" incurred in th* war, He claims be bn* three times been granted a pension and three tines hail ii taken away from him unjustly. Favors Negro (-.migration. Wamiiinuton City, Jan. ii.-Iii,- seventy. third anniversary of the American Colonia* tion society waa held in the Church or th* Covenant Huoday evening, Rev Dr. Hamlin, pe-b.r of the church, presiding. Pue feeenr Edward W, Kl v.leu, a negro from I.derm mad* an addr—a, In the onurv< id which he said that there was a rapidly grow mg conviction that the white ami hla* k race* ‘‘"old not live in harmony. He was in f.voi of th* return of the negroes to Africa He •poke of Liberia ae th* garden spot of west-cm Africa, and —id that the negro— whc had gone from Amene* were exerting greet influence there. "A Wjrw—lag Admission Hill — Mprlager’s World’s Pair Resolution. W AWH im.tov City, Jan. ti —In the senate Munday U1U were rvportad from com-miita— fixr the admisaiou of the state of Wyoming lulu the Union and ta provide a temporary guv«r ament for the territory of Oklahoma. Pasco dalivered an extended apis cli on the question of federal election law# Chandler capital ta Men*tar Fear* sad spoke at some length of the charges of election frauds la Florida. Beamier Passe made an eiteudrd denial of the charges. Werld's Fair Reselatlwa. Springer introduoed a reeohiltaa ta the boo— UosdsY, which WM referred to the sfiecial »>ianmte* un the world’s fair, providing that on Thursday, th* Ski uast , th* clerk shall caff the roll of qk-mhars and each in- hi tsar shall indicate bis eh* .ie* for th* location of the w.irid’s fair If no phase shall receive a majority <>f all tta rotas a—t, the roil < all shall he repeated until one plans shall r i * ivs a majority of the votes east The place ha\ tag Is ti sell etal, the spa tai committee shall rep ri a l id I* ating the fair at th* plan* si I - tai, wloafa tail shall bs prlviUqy d end shall he o iwi c r- I from day to day until (lisp, sad 1 f. •addealy Mtrlekea min.I. WAantxutun City, Jan JI.- Henry Dodge, now a resident of this city, bat Sent to the senate. Wa sin sot, in City, Jan SI—Th* presI dent ha# sent the following nominations tc the anat*: To Ii* collector of Internal r«4% one- Marcus .'ohnattn, of Mlnneeota, for th* district of Min nm ria To be Untied R tales attorney—Lewis Q. Palmer, of Michigan, for the western district of Michigan To bs United States marshal -James R Clarke, of Michigan, f«w the western district el Michigan Th* World’s Fair renaUis*. Washington City, Jan. HL—The speaker Monday appointed the world's fair com—it tee as follows: Candler of Ma—arhuaette Hitt of I ll hi. its, Bowden of Virginia Boid— of New York, Frank of Missouri, Hpringer of Hlinuia, Hatch of Missouri, Wilson of West Virginia, and Flower of New York. Rlddleherger Very IIL Washington CTtt, Jam M.-Ia a private letter re—ired bere Hun,lay a neighbor and friend of ex-Kenaior Ukddieberger writes "Have you beard that Biddieberger is very lowf His physicians have little ar no hop, that he can ever get up again, ami he may go at any time. ’’ Pa bl ie ll ut iii lug at Mllwaahe*. W ashing tun City, Jan HL—The arm at* has I—si the bdl increaHng th* limit of aal of th* appropriate*! for a public Ii—hi-log at Milwaukee ta 92dkXi,Uuu and making an approfM-iatioa af flMM.UW). An Aged OM etal tired. Washington CTtt, Jan. *1 Orfc.w W. ('hapman. solicitor general of th. depart oient of justice, died hers Hu idav of catarrhal affection of the kidneys, in bi 40th year    — Two Negater* Have the Orig. Washington Citt, Jan. JI —H^nator Hhvriuau sod Neuator Morrili tam su:f ring trow la gripi». Neither of them ie seriously IU. KS or WA HD. Humbert's Brother Passes Away at Turin, Italy. THEATRES IN THE KINGDOM CLOSED. DOK! OF AUST A. Mr* rester at Cleveland. Cut VKL Ann, Ohio Jan Si.—Mr* J RI let) Foster, of Iowa, addn—I two large sud! en—* Munday- in the momhig at th* Firs! Methodist Episcopal church and ta the evening at Music hall Mrs. Foster explained th*- object of ber new organ nation to ta the promotion bf t. mper*no reform, with an Bde issues She —Id she I cl lei *d that women should he allowed to rote, and wa. in favor of dr*— reform, tat the— thing#, ah* said, would not he sought for by the n->u partisan Woman's Christtan Temperance unlou Ttw> new order would profit by the mistake* of the old, and woald wish all god spew! in the work of reform. Th* River at Evansville, lad. Evansville, lad, Jan SI. Th* river I* •till slowly rising st this point and is ex peeled ta come ta a stand soon, but even ■bauld it start to fall the decline wilt beslow, m the Green and Barren rivet* arm still ri* lug at the rate of amt inch per tour, which will Wave consol rattle effect un th* river al this point The rising water* la Or—a river have caused the suspension at the work on th* locks at Rochester, and the kborars have been compelled to remove their effect* to higher ground. The log men along Green river are probably th* heaviest loams Poisonous Dye en Kid Gloves. Bt. Pa cl, Jan. Si. MI— Jennie Thompson, th* leader af a select society circle on the w—t aid*, died of blood patesnlng. Rh* had bren ill a week, suffering th* mn— intense agony Th* poisoning showed fly— ta her chia and throat, which were two!fen lo twice the natural —as, and co—mu alce ted lo her entire system Her death w— directly due to the p—eoouus dye at her kid glove*. While vialling a dentist'* oDiue sh* had noticed a sinai I pimple cai ber chia aad raised her gloved hand to feel ut IL In this way the pub*— WM transmitted. lion or I ng lira. Lee. Atlanta, Ga., Jan KL—A — w holiday WM ofaeerved throughout Georgia Monday The la— fegialaturw der/veil that the ate—ary at Gen. Lee should ta buttered equally with that at Washington. Aa a result all en—-merctal hueino— wa* suspended for Ute day, and general religious service* ware beld Memorial aervi— were held In th* —ate cap! tai and war* pre—dad over by Governor Gordon, with th* Rev. J. William Jout* — orator. _ A Verdict for IM*.OOO. Nxw Yum, Jam. St—Th* jury in th* anil of Caroline ( aulmerer again— Cie—em Mailer for fl'R,(YMI damage* for breach of prom use of marriage, rendered a verdict Humlay morning la favor of the plaintiff for IU,(IOO. A motion for a mw trial war denied, ami a motion for aa allowance for the plaintiffs att->ro**r* warn granted Daniel Dougherty was counsel for th* plain tiff, aud CoL K. ii. Ingersoll for defendant. A Chicago Re—anre. Chicago, Jan. SIL—A baby boy, wrappel in a heavy woolen shawl, wa* left aa th* dour—ap of Patrick ftuilivaa’s boa** at SF Winthrop place early Maturday evening Attached ta the shaw I wm a note la a reg uiar female win I nary hand The loops w»-r« all angle*. The note said I “Christian F—, bom Jau d, I MUY lf wv en. ever able wa will redeem til* boy aad tbs past as well * A History of (he Ufo rf th* flue Time King •>< final*-A* Cesure*** tai At* tempi I* Ame—leat* Him la 1X7X- The Hejreoltlng af Rn gin* Trad* la Llatrea —I ale— Ramor A boat th* Tragedy al Mryvrllag -roretgw Ret**. Ti kin, Jan. ti. -Friar* Amadco, Duke of Aneta, 1wolh> r of King Humbert, and form-flrtV KU** of Mjmlo, died her* at 7 p. in. Hat-urday Ile was ouneafew— at th* moment of hie death awl received the pope's hiesslag lroui Cardinal Ali-momU. I ta duke died of (WH Uinonia and had been ill but a few day* King Hum bart’* physician carne from Ram* ta attend hun Friday. All ttar theatres la th* king dom ar* cloend and all —at* feat in ti— disco ntinued. The duke recoin fwd his inn)—ty. fWlrie* the king the duke'# wife, his children, his —atar, tta Urine—s Ckrihilde, and bk. near*— relative# agy pi .wont at hie d—th. This av—it lntrrrupts and will stop the prop.*—! Journey to tta aa- of th* Prince ut Napi*# A Hheirh ml Hla Ufo. I ta Duke of A—ta mom the eeuuad sun of V icUir biiouiiiu«l, t bt* fir ut king of I inly, and was born May SD, INA Entering tta artny he breama captain at a brigade at In* famry at Aosto, then lieutenant general and •blot of a I .rig aik- of cavalry. Marshal Prim. after tta revolution of InHH, offered him tta Spanish crown, and Gel ID, IYK) ta formally —tnomuwd his candidature. Tta liith of tta following month the oort— sta ted bin, king of Hgwatu by IV] votes agauwt tai He formaUy auoepted the tTown Des. 4. W7U Tta yooag king landed at Cartagena I)*,-, db, tta wry day Mar—tai Prim expired fro— tta wound* received at IU- bantu «4 aa am*#*,a a few bourr previously. life reign WM a brief and tm—htau* —. ll* WM un po jai ar the Mpnaish (smple, and lr# po— bet. which had never h <eu svcur lo am# extmaely daugetwue in tta sumin>r of INTU, when s Carlist rising U#»k ('Int * in th* northern proving— Tta HHH of July ta that year ab limn r— fa I attempt -aa made to asaaa-aat* him U OL I A SERIOUS MATTER. TBs Heyvasttlag el lUtgil.k Trade by , Fertwgaee* ta Lube*. Lgximjn, Jan. kl.-*-Tta boy.#.Ulttg of Rug Ifeh trad* in l.iahua Is Imcuming a aer lo— luatur Many hug I tab grow have I wen compelled to chi— ttatr door# ta mneequ—ire at the boycott Portug usa* wemhanla are (wae—ing their Englfeh coal cwntracfe in all dlrwUona and the splrtt of a—racism la spreadlag everywhere Tta ennagas— of an* -argo of owl ref use. I to nnhwd H, *tareta raising a fegal qua—ion af eotoe no it T>w case will be bu bm it Le. I lo the I HT* i **]« Meanwhile tta German mer chaule and ageals ar* eagerly auapptng ap all order* far cnal end tatar —off. aad Amor loan howe— ar* aet—og offer* over her* to supply good# at all bloda ta replace the boponu—I Rag I bt. gi—fe. Tra.feemeo every w her- mr* ha* tao lug to take advantage of the -t—ith—. A vtgiiaao* eoasmlteM ha* he—. finned for th*- purpew of detsoua—ng receiver* of Rug I lab gu>id# The Ptwtwgu—rn govnrnuient expect* a favorable reply to it* note to th* pow—■ Beking their intervention in th* dispute between Portugal aad Grant Britain concerning territory in Africa. Tbs Hey evil ag Tragedy. VnutNA, Jan St.—An ettraordmary aad vary aaneatloaal r*r*an af the Meyertfng tragely ha* bean published ta th* VI—ma paper*, hut ta however, aal credited In th* court circles at Mm Hofboig U Is to tta of * fact that Archduke Rudolf and bb inamorata, the young iter mea* V steer*, were brother and sister It fe whfeperwl that th* Emperor Fraus J amt made love to the dowager Baron* ** \ . fwra, and that the b—oitte of the Mayer hug tragedy wa* U,rn to thorn that whee toe fact* w. r* told to th* Arch duke Kwdtaf ta WM *o affected by the revelation af the terrible werot that he co—-muted suicide The only la—fe Aw toe sU#y amma to be a report hat when ( cunt Hoy * brought th* —<w* of Rudolf* fata to tb# emperor bl* ma HAV exclaimed “My HS, my daugMkr f Tim story ha* recalled rn d renewed much gossip. Belgian Miner# Threaten frouble, BacoagLS, Jan. JI. —Th# infantry wm confined to th* barrack# Sunday in reed I mu# for an emergency is i<«Q#ctwo wUk the labor tronhfe* A #*(iuuiri<u at cavalry taw guar to Charleroi, ult ra tho miuet# ar* arming ttamwir— with age* aud >rib«r tai-pled leo ta and a#* urn mg a threatening attitude,    ___ Th* Germa* (teeth Rata Iteellalag., Jam ti. -Durlug th* around week in Janus ry tta death rate doritoed largely la Berlin, konugsbnrg, I whish , and Frankfort, abib it Ha reseed in Munich, Ladoga*, Kiel. aud Htuttgart. It b> —av dwibiug ta af tta —ti— of Germany. A RAHE I3XTVESTME3NT. One Ilumlred Acre« or Adjoining lTj>l>er Alton, with Hon se containing* IO rooms, Ham, anil other ou thou HCS. Will be sold tor little r.irc.i,, more Ilian mortgage now upon the place. Sale Must be all Cash. Itap* I'aritas tit •* rim) to nnmst rn J arm flP%-//Mi>fe cannot th bettor than iniwefi* Mal^yaicthi/t pmftort;/, our of the rhoap-fltaT' et ornr offend >tr<nnd Alton. MotrlWfert Title. •tar l*rof*;rttf ttn/l ami mmt bt mold. DORSEY & HANN 310 BELLE STREET. EVERYTHING NEW. —OUR STOCK or-- Carpats, Oilcloths, Linoleums, Rugs, CURTAINS and CUR CAIN FIXTURES,  , . _ M now cum pieta and on exhtoitian ic oar •aiesroo—s It is TMK I .A Kl. KMT, HAN DHI) MKSI’ ANI) MOHT A1TKA('TI\rl AHHONTIAMfT OPOOODH or THIS UNK gVKll BROUGHT TU ALTON. m#t#J7l.,yV* f000 •• 1004 11 °**T wkcthcr You buy or no*. Hut the attre ueaa ar* — fvn    tout    we (h•* o t talleve you can r. #l#I th«w Th* *■ — a tS BRITSSFiri^ .    “    l'    ir«rul*rl    v    to»'Un«    rue    risslea*    ta beta    af jff*V’DwpiUO Tapestry .»r« t^iutlhii ami artistic rh* t XTri Ty a Tara are *jaw if*—1*** **"* "“*•    **,#c t*,,n **    ■*    IN Ii K AINS to •*«*! A *Tr * sr ARI ROH A    What    ar#    n*-..tal    b<mai*a    reel*    ca-yi,^ .U*r^2c>^S‘.“yU AHIOr.1.;,n.....,...r,.rpTTaC3 | HI * la great variety. T- "-it ——» mrw IMI, sn    _ ART RH IT A D P ^ •r*’ I'**1 ** ,in‘ ta««dfei . __ rtlvi Dyu AIYLi )»t.# i thancverof’DTTna , i —sd* mara ii,Hn    XlUuO. ll-an I UMH KI MX—greatvariety M ltTMNN amrCCdC til Ftfevggg -A-. J, HOWELL.! UVU fJO KINDS MO UilS I HAV! NOcKBSITATION IN RFGOMMENDING Garland Stores and Ranges THEIR HIGH REPUTATION FOR DURABILITY, ECONOMY OF FUEL, CONVENIENCE, , ARTISTIC FINISH STAMPS TH£M AS TUB Best in tUe World. ll la Ute constant nim of the mhoufnctnrer lo make Ute very Beet tJ Portugal May I tm Ahead Mew. Bosroi, Jan. ti —Th# Portugne—rn at Boston and vtefeuty cabled tta minister af foreign affair* at Lisbon Sunday reeulutiuas pf. ta—lag again— the inL-rfcn—a* of tta British government with Po— ugu—rn terr! tory In eastern Africa, -emi tion—g the aa tion taken by tarp* Pinto, ac-1 u.thriving th* a—ion aI tta Po—ague— govrrnui—it — the matter. Iwn.l) -One llur#e# Muraad. Koala 1‘s.ha’i Cwadlttoa. fsMiBAh, Jan. aL—Au a1—s h— appears DB tile exterior cd Kuun iWa'iikull, aad part—I (wralyife of tta tongue ba* — terre—si fee—lard ta Handle a ha—as tsaa. Payun. Jan. JI —The Roths—ald* bars rte fuaad to flat the new Juan dssirud by the Rtii—ian government. What Will They I ta with th* OMmr I NKW Yoag, Jan SI Maurice Barrymore, tta grtor, wm arrested Haturtiay night at Brotel way nod Thirty fir—-rcdi, cfaarg d by an uA—Mr with disorderly con loci, refusing to —ova on, and uaiug rife long!iag#. He made a connter charge agaia— toe <1i,wr at u—ag VU* language and interfering with a p—wahie Htuwr. Mg wm I wifed «wt, aad In court Hunda/ morning he wm discharged Mallgaant LHf>ktbarta. TtxrviLA, Ills., Jan ti.—Al Hay—, BM, (ilphtIm ria in a maligunnt form ha# ask tie ara-aren *e, and in tta family of James e «*fe three chiklren have >ited within two FncbgKicvsxtaL. Va, Jan JI -It# day* Th. ce are m#nj ••**.# in that pi*.* large Iwru aud *tahk uf W K. Hart, owner and a spread of the contagion is feared of “Bld wood F r—I," a flue farm near tare. I    -J"    "*?    L’T. OS Abt die tad or day ev-dng, ami wm #«*    ^    Mohalllf mid’. Ul«L buf&fld Ui Cb# |fDun«i Tsontj om Imniti, CwiiAWi, Jtui ii. kijy Ujmu V kl kai a unmhnr af coni- aud a graal quantity oi > ***••    ** blad. mood «t    lieu,UUU, grain and hay were burned    I    tea Rte fig th# Baptist Lairer—ty whufe J. 1 D. Rtakafeiler has endowed with l&uo.uub. Sure til at san be produce*!. THKY AUK UN RI VAI.KI). SeUi *o! A. L. FLOSS f Third Street, opp. Belle. Telephone 22. Cold Weather Calls for Warmer Clothing. And so I would state to those in Need to Call and Examine my Stock of ODderm. Mantels. Comforts. Cloaks, Shawls, tael SM. And many other things which tend to make a person Comfortable in Cold Weather. At Prices to Suit Everybody. H. F. Lelme, 113 Third st ;