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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - January 29, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH. VOLUME 21). ALTON'. ILL.. WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 20, 1800 MONON WK. Seven Persons Now Have Lost Their Known Lives. to Dr. J. W. Enos Sanitarium, ALTON, HJJ. DE. ENOS announce* that he haw entabliHhed In a building purchaaed for the purpoee a HAN ITA RI UM for the TREATMENT OF EL CURABLE DISEASES. BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL. His experience during many yearn haa convinced him that all diMcasee can be managed more auoooHufully in an inutitution of thia kind, under the constant supervision of the phvnician, and with the aid of means 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 all noxious influences. It is readily reached by the Second street horse can, and Is near the Union Depot. a know! Massage, Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided aa may be required by patients, in addition to such other treatment as may be deemed advisable. A LARGE SOLARIUM For Hun Hath* and exercise in cold and inclement weather, etc., Is provided. Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and receive# his dally personal attention. Now Open FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS. For further information address Dr. ENOS at the SANITARIUM, corner of George and Third att., Alton, III. MufQers, Hats, Gloves, Scarfs am, pins, Collars and Cuffs. AND THE BEST BRAND OF SILK UMBRELLAS, At very low prices, —-OO TO- H.C. G. Moritz. II 2 Third st. SEEDS. Landretli’s G-arden Seeds, Iii Bulk, for 181)0, Are now Heady for Marked Gardeners February and March arc tho months to I how LAWN (JOASS. Try our own Mixture, containing all grasses to make a Beautiful Lawn. J. A. Kyrie. IrebackH WICK MEAL" KW, ll. A. HOFFMANN. IMo. 100-102 East Second st. HOLXAUKNT* votf Cook illlUl ttWlfllT" Warranted ii AHO Ll SE STOVES, I iOfStoves SIX WERE BURNED IN THE WRECKAGE. A t"i>B USI of HinM «n,| Injured—How th* IlkMlw ii, rafted— A Ptiwrnirr Heists# the Story of (hr Irrldrnl nod th* Hlort# to Kt -i'ii* Mn, ,#• from Hie Haunting « ars- Awful Trial of a Mother, VI ho »wr« ll. i I wo It wire# I . l ist, In lh* I Urn.# - A Rlruitr M«k In ihr Ohio Kiter— Other I ut wilt I,... I SDIAX A SULIK, JHIL Al.—The HW it lr ut OO tile* L. N. A. A C. railway ooht ( 'arn*-1 Hun* lay r «ru I hod in (he ilmth of seven ptrwjo*, It* of whom wore Uirnod to math while piu-ined in tho wreck. The nam** of the WI are given ae follow#: Mr*. Nellie Ha-hank, Broad Ripple, burned to .loath; ti* your* old; C. O. Iteming, Frankfort City, ikuU crushed; HR year* old; died after r*#*-sue; Mr#. Olivia Oldham's two twin girl*, 2 f. ars old; Hlierklan, burned to death; Mrs. Mary Hoover, Horton, Ind., ti years old, rushed to .hath; Mrs. Hattie Hensley, C'y-jhrne; ci us(m#1 aal burned. Th.. lnjur.#l are; Engineer Wendell iwojw, slightly hurt; A. I* Clark, traveling nan, of \\ . stfloUl, cutin fivttuwl; Henry ■4lu>ber, jeweler, of luduinapoiia, cut ou WI and hah. leg fr***tured; Otto Gree-uun, son of Judge Gresham, of I ie ll anil# Uis, l>«»dv .'Ut aud bruised, not seriously burt; Aim Angle, conductor, rut on bead, injure.I int* t tinily; I liar!.* Angle, son of the "•inductor. Iiadly cut on leg and forehead Injured internally, B. C. Whitsett, of In-11 in .ai .olla, cut IMI the bead and body tally •ruts*#!; Julius I), i'earson, of Hhernlan, hid., travel* for {"'rankling MacVengh A l^o,, of chicago, tally cut on head and injured mt-rually; H W. Mingle, of K**e ville, Iud., right arm broken and body bruised. Lewis Nauriuui, of Cleveland, com mercial traveler,right leg injured, head fare, and arm* itaiwiderably burned. Henry Miller, >f New York, traveling man. hurt al#ait the bead aud large gash to region id each temple, fears of internal injuries, supposed to be fatally hurt; at Ht Vlneent’s hospital; Kxpr*#e> Messenger Munger, of Ii aliene (xdto, injured tut rn,Uh by the safe falling on ’•im; Henry clarke, of Eagletown, Ind., tally bruised about the head and face; Horace Carey, of Westtleld, spinal injuries; F. Jackson, colored porter Pullman oar, injured about head and hi|w; N. H. IngvrvoU, of Detroit, head and face bruised; George Good, of Frankfort, Iud., aide burt; - jowl**, trav* ling salesman. brother of J. K Cow lea, of Chicago, collar bone bruktvi sad scalp cut; Miss May Fitcpatrick, of In-I tai i a p»lis, signal injuries ant bead cut, MOditton auh ma J George Miller, of Terrane, lad., leg hart, but not badly; Mrs. Kila I Iou glass, of Frankfort, lad., Injured internally, condition unknown. J, p. Aliener. of Chicago, shoulder bruised and .thor «* ie* slightly injured; Charles J. Wirt, Frankfort, severely bruised; George 8 Big** ftow, Chicago leg strained; W. H. Hal la. lay. Boston, travels for Htoughton Ruhtar company, aide, bach and arm Injured; D. H. Justus, laggagemaster, slightly injured about the heed; I, D. Baldwin, distr let (ta* •aiger a. "Sit < 4 Hie road, forehead cat and (■nek httrt; Will H Marker, traveling man fur Lord A Thomas, Chicago, alight cut —*1 bruises, Michael Fitaauumona, brakeman of (be train, heed cat. The Vt (irk et Rearer. The w rk of iverus was begun with all •naalbl* dispatch. Charred bod im were cor* red out to the tank of the ai ream, recalling the awful wreck at Broad Ripple, on tbs mate road, four years ago, when this bridge aver White river gave way and the tram WM thrown b» the lied of the stream and bm tied, tog* t ier with many persona The KWth boiiml | lA-mger train leaving thia city It TA) Monday morning marked tile arnee if the wmck ab >ut S o’clock an*! se at nans »inverted into a relief train. Meantime moat terrifying reports were in circulate* ia this city, among them I whig one to the afret t tiiat M. ll Ingalls, president of the Big Four railroad, was among the injured. Thia wa*, of course, improbable, inasmuch an Mr. (agaltai WM in Richmond, Va., Saturday. Probably the injury of Alw Angle, nadu.t> ar, ami t be similarity in names were rsapnn-ttbie for the mistake. Hew the Vt re* k ti* curred. The dheater occurred thus; The angule. baggage car. ami smoker passed over the trestle in safety, although the rear truck of tile leader had JUni|»*>I the track before the Lr aet ie was reached, Th- r< se I master of the Monon says this derailed truck was the cause if the disaster, When tis" ladies’ day coach reached Hie cauter of tile bridge it fell through with a crash to the depths below. The wreck thus created took Are from the Rove ami that car wa* entirety consumed It was in this coach that all the casual toe j<"curred The sleeper, rear car, also fall from Hi.'iiridge into the creek, lait fortunately ilk! not take fin Th* S fry es Told by e Passenger. W. J. Col lins. a pass*-liger, said; “The Aret intimation of anything unusual was a swaying of th** cars, by the trout etui of the #k*e(aw going over the ealantkiueiit. Tht*n< wa# a i-rasti .md a 4n» k that threw the passenger* from oat* end of the car to the >tber and dsm*disht*l everything in the oar. A man kicked out a window, through w luck a biunier mad* their exit ..ittiers, es tug that there wa* no immediate • lauder bi tho#* ia the sleeper, dr*****! llents liw amt then aoaght the open air. On emerging from the (d** p r it wa# discovered that the ct ach im* tm* tint*-ly ia front liad been badly w na ked, is*'aum in tcav tug the bridge the front end (truck the Mulouktiwat, oom-plot I* Iv .leu i' >U*huig that end of the car and overturning the shive, in which Iwiak fire was burning. The car mim-dmi-ly took fir.", the Aal ne* aprtading with gloat ra|Udity, and ta a moment enveloping tim entire structure. The first persoM taken out were two butic*, faith had, Gnu Mrs. Oldham and ber linkboy of Hbmdan Two other children of this lady arar* stUl in th* <ar and th* rn* it her, noting Uhs fact and although badly injured, made a ((•operate effort to return bi the burning cem'h. Being di—uaded in this she •;.(«■**let to the bjrstnmWe to rescue her boys Every ms who could worked with a will, but efforts proved futile, rn de Haines spread an I rapidly that Ilks work had to bs abandoned in a few minute*. There wa* a wane of the wildest confusion Th deck of the tffeige i was mui|-tely demolished, th* ties dis; planed, rail* bout and twisted, and pika •punter**! and iwok.ii off, and all iii* cars rn f «lls wrv lo* I that uo parts of thorn can he aver ulil as&* Lest Her Two Little < lilblren. When the train pulled bibi Sheridan for Salop a middle agd man, D H Oldham, ac-ouau|<anieil ho wife, a handsome woman of about til, into the - cond coach. With them were three UvulHul children, two Uttk the Ii.tie one ta his boatim, un.I Glen left ll* .wi. Luii*- UMI he bunk as Unstopped from the platform that it was the last tune these lit is Vue. a would ring merrily upon his *«nr», or the aariu Ups, ou*uili<*d and rn-iMxwnt, iwoss to his own ktssm of love. After the train left West A* Id < on*birt*w Augh" came iuto th* tar and saw the little oue*. on the seat and paused He reinem-bemt when Ids own were iiki these and Mapping over to them be i hueked their (limps*#) chins and shook their hand* as be w**uld if h* had fnuud an obi acquaintance, and then took u seat in th* tm.hi.* of the car The n-xt instant came a sudden jerk, the .-ar swung as suddenly, turned ovwr. and th* unconscious conductor saw no more. Th* mother lay clum to bun, ako stunned, and by bor side the eldest child. (Mw knew not J. mg un GI she felt strong hands sets** her sn*! help lier. Mb* opened hor eyes, aiel in an ie-‘taut reads ai tie situation. My children; where are they!” she cr ted feebly, and ^juggled superhuman!) to n* I si**- herself "We will save them,'' came a broken reply. -You are hurt badly and must keep quiet Your children are ail right We will save them.’" Brave words, lait the in*let extraordinary heroism could not carry out their meaning. Have tteuif T rn. 'I brough the window of tbs oar a little hand strotriMN), Ump and lifel-m, lait one man soiled it HllU warm. “We will save them But tile mail looked thrtAgh the vmimIow and there saw the inii>ossil>ility of fescue The red-bot stove, lotMwued from its fastenings. BEREFT OP Iii REASON Strange Tale Narrated in a Chicago Insane Court. DASTARDLY OUTRAGE ON A WOMAN. ! ba*i fallen upon th* lieUea, pinned them down with He awful weight, I cass." Dr. Hsuchling and burned their Uaiies ixjrribly—all tho obeyed Urn order and to work of a moment—and when the promise Im.! I cen ma* Ie to “save them” Ute little louis hail gone to their creator. A RIVER STEAMBOAT SUNK. Th* Ohio Strikes a Submerged Foundation of an Old Mill aid Slats. Lotisvu.ui, Jan tit. The steamboat Ohio, of the ( mn huh ti and Memphis Becket company, ('a|d. John Myers, Memphis to Cincinnati, was sunk at the foot of Hie falls opp*sub* this city at ll nVinek Momiay ■ight while coining up the falls channel in charge of the fall# pilot Vartde. and sextet**! by bu b'Wboat the Transit When turning ti ic timid at the entrance to the “chute" the Ohm struck fart of the submerged foundation of an nil null Pilot V ar ole ran the tx «t to tho Kentucky shore, and h**r niu*-b-n paeMtugers ami crew were landed in safety. Hbe n>.w lies on b sr side in eleven fi* t of water In addition lo her pa lawn gem G*e Ult lo had a very large cargo of general OMN haudiee, newt of whUdi was consigned to < in. innati god upp.r Uluo points. Tim m<#-t of tiw corg • will be a total toss Varid. fat the oldest and is credited with being Ute mmt skilful pi bd on tbs fella ("nubia"! Head OST the Lspress. N«w Havga, Conn., Jan. ik.-Hundsy afternoon Fletcher KiUiuger, agwi lit years, at ludianafioik Intl, a sophomore at Yak, Invited a clamiuafe*. William K. Walker, of t.'iii("ago, to a ride While returutug th*ougb Fair Haven and while it* eelug Ga* tracks of the New Haven railroad the bam was ■truck by an etfirewi train ami Kttxwgcr was instantly killed Walker jumped just iu tines to eecspe injury. The horse wee killed and th* wagon splintered. THE STORM ON THE ENGLISH COAST. I'117Ak VAtiFH 1 <ntm aged 3 and ( aud an older one aged ti. , ,    “B>    i>)*". (ai#*," they « b».ru*d a* the fatlier, having kissed hk wife aud Aret-bors, clasped to least ftittfinj, Guttering, Spouting at Iam j and a1 y Much aud I*.ss of Life l oused by the Rorent Gate. Lokdoii, Jan. ‘JU. —Gradually the severity af the recent storm k being reel /cd is the daily additioas which are betag made to th* list of deaths from its fery, the accumulating evidences of beery damage to or total destruction of shifiping and the wtdespread injury to pro|ierty aioag the in land ack of Go gale. Great hardship and distress is entailed upon the keepers of th* various lightships and light houses, who not only have not been relieved frorn duty for Afteeu days, but have not Issti supplied with provision* within that time owing to the impossibility of sending tswbi b> them. The ueceaMty of affording them | rnnpt relief to J re rent them from perishing is now reganled as of para-u#.tint uuportance, and efforts will be mao* at once to reikve them, aud provision the stations It is aienuaed that overly every on* at the lightships and iigkthouaes is in need of axteosivs repairs. A ( hannel Steamer’s Stormy I’sMsgf. The pamecigers who arrived at Uovr on the channel steamer Park give GirUUigf aor<Hints of their two days' voyage from lih’ppe Th - vessel k in a tar rink latter**) condition, aud the passee gars suffarwl ex-trerncly from cold, hunger and • ilk mu re, many of them tieing ill from th* effect* of the ordeal The eutttngs of the Manchester canal have been vary greatly damaged by th* A« *-ling, to which the ditch wa* sub-jetted by Gm> heavy rainfall and the backing of water into it by the hurricane, and much of the work will have ta be gone over again* LeohlMg After th* llowrheeper. Want I Nim in ('ITT, Jan ai—At the Republican caucus Monday night Mr Carter, member from Montana, offered a resolution of inquiry tate the way in which th* doorkeeper had distributed the patronage. Ile saki he ami a large number of other representatives ha*! I*eii left out Th* rasoiuUoa WM tabled Mr M* Kinky ma*le a goneral Staten hsiI regarding the rules, in which be saki that they were designed chiefly to prevent lUiiaisterUig aud pros* As (simne A provixioiiel neuiuika was a*iop4ed stating that if the rules Were as they had beest ex pound**I th* '"WUens would stand bf th* cont mll In** on rules Hath hides betting Reedy.* Crrr, Jan. W —The whips of both political partite in th* house are using every exertion to get their a besan*-*, iuto ptaiv in autlcipet i. ti of the beltie over the first of th*- i-ouU-shsl election oases, which will proiably be tolled un ta a day or (wa The muter#tending at the tUipuUicnn cam us WM that the nu# should Im taken up tuts wack, and as will to no and* at rake th* tight will be an interesting ow* The Democrat# practically egrued in caucus lh* otb.-r night that they would resist consideration of any election rase until standing rules shall have been adopted. Robbed of Met Heaatlliil Hair by In known Mlwr* auf n She Itecontes a Mantee—Found by Her Husband Nest Morning Aft** the Heed In an t'nren-*rIons Male Mery of the Nefarious t rime Ne Clew to the Fer|i*tratera. (TM IC *»<>, J;,ti "J* "Is it possible, I Victor, My'tioil"    >'uu ku*-w of this and never rejsjrt*#! it to th# poll*-* f" demand.-I Judge Premier-gwid. during tin investigation Iuto the a1 Vgtsl in-nutty of Mary N he nk Tutmlay nixnting County Physician Hem bl mg saki be had nut know n (J th* events to which bs had just t> stifled until a few days ago. 'This k a strange condition of affairs,” said th* court. "A crime ta committed which results in th** ruin of this woman's mtelVs-t, a erin** scarcely less than (Harder, aud wino the matter k called to the attention at pub lie official* tt Im not reported to the jiolice. I want you and in# l iuluad to go at imiv to th* polk‘d, department end rept*ri the end Paul Hr hank Lieut, Burdick in til* detective department related the story which they had told in th* county court, story of the ( rim* belated. Paul Kdionk was a night watchman at th* " Bee Hive" Store un Htato stroet and lived with hw wife. Mary, at AHA North Park avenue. They had no children and Mr*. Hchenk had to spend the nights alone Him was naturally timid ami Implored ber bu* I st ml not to leave her by h* naif, lait work was hen I to get, and Hchenk had to provide a living fur bk wife, so he could Bot rreign bk distasteful jssdtD.a Ga th* evening id Dee, IS be etui bk wife bed sup P«r early, aud about SA * u’ckick he left hot or lor Wadi. leaving bk wife to atUaui to bel h*»usehohi duUue ami spend the night aion* as usual. The I*aor Woman Awakes a Mauler. The mil morning bs retarned at his unu ally airly hour end lound Mr* Hchenk lying 1 mwiiobk on a couch. She was only partial ly dram*!, end her long and loautbul black hair had U-en ait from her heed A hick of (woof the heir WM found scattered around th* room, but tile maw* of the trrswee had ■ disappeared and then* wa* no clew to the p< rpetretor of the Wrang.- crime. Fur hour* a !<m ai physician worked over the unfurl un-ate woman before she aes trougbt back Ic aetertousneas, and when soov-ss Anally attended the diM'tur’s efforts sud she opened her eyes the light of reeauu was gone. replaced by a dull, terrified stare. The woman I was a maniac and answer.#! all q iestians by I ut*** his appeals for mercy ami streams of I terror. Bbs was evidently pleading with some ane who had visited ber room in night and whom she thought was present and pneared to attack her again Ne Marks el Tleleeee Visible. An examination by Gut attending phys! clans showed that Mr# He beak had had not j (•.-en criminally assault*#!, and a few mark* alout her throat and (ane wars so slight and IS diet! not that no one < IOU ii say thy were sou return of the night's encounter For •lays the unfortunate woman lay la a dr linum and she was then mnov*#l loth*; German b>spital ou the b«>rth side, where, when the fever left ber, the was pron.autre*I a subject fur an iowan* asylum. Meautim* Hchenk commenced aa inv*atig«Uoa in hh * own way and found a buy la ti)* netgbboi biod who saki be looked through the blind-of the bouse on the night of the emeult ami saw * strange woman ku**eitiig beside Mn. Hchenk pr*yi»g The Rory u u*H crwiited, but no further in vestige t ion was made, am) Mix Hchenk wm brought before Judg* IVcadergast, where a jury listeoed to th* testimony, ani, Anding her insane, sh* vrai sent to th* aeyiuni at Kankakee. Mix Hcheuk k about db years of age ami of a very prepossessing a|ipearanca Hhe wa* evuieatly vary pretty before her illness, twit now bat (ase ta deathly pal*, and her *y«* Wear a <##ifltant repression of terror pitiful to see Her bus!wind know aa applicant fie a poaitiou as conductor fur the North Line* go Street Railway company, and has uo otb ar rseideuce than the North ( lark street barns, where hr spends ha time waiting fix a regular ear The polios ar* looking up th* ca*** Lieut burd lek said he wool I put the matter Into the hands of a German officer (ut thorough Building Lots for Sale. Corner 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 Paris.. One Hundred Lots ranging in size from fifty feet front to one hundred feet and thirtyltront, all yery deep. Prices from $50 to$500, on terms to suit purchasers. One of the nicest residence plats in Alton. Over IOO Houma ami Lots in different parts of the city. Call and $ee list. !& EVERYTHING NEW. I. OUR STOCK OF- Carpets, Oilcloths, Linoleums, Rugs, CURTAINS aud UUU TAIN FIXTURES, _I#    now complete arid on exhlhtuan In ear salesroom* it is THE LARGENT, HANDSOMEST ANI) M08T ATTRACTIVE A^n‘ nii*rr OF 0001)8 IN THIN UNK EVER BROUGHT TO ALTON' It Will do you go *d to |.s>k It over whether |<>u )»uy or not. nut the tin acne** ar* ... k' - t. st o.,e ta* a Mm at* six aa I ti a* I I. a I ta*** ae ax A tw. lints.    _ ...    W WW I Gat, I ain UM -iii-.p skin HH-and Ll SULK IM' in great vari*Hy Hear skin RUGS, AIK# and ( A. J. HOWELL: CU evil ill arui Cl'kC ti T riXi’bg ; WfR TOO KINDS AMD SIZES ISO*Sip* Tolls. '“I at# j.•* flu i#'• iuM-iun •war* YI I HAVE NO HESITATION IN RECOMMENDING "HIM ) anil Ram DURABILITY, CONVENIENCE, Mad* Mia Last Flee ta heart. Bm a nu.r #, N. Y., Jan 4b — J uetxu Fainer, a lawyer, whoa** oflkv ta et ti) Naanu street, Hew York, had jtd cnu'luJal his argument ie a can* Monday iu * ai if in the city court ae executor of the .-state of hie wife, whou be *taggt-rvl an I -auk tack ward into a chair behint bin. ft -for.* a physician arrived he wm <ha*L The court immediately adj. 'timed, lie wm shoat M yware of ag* l|M*iw Raises Fwrtwgues* ire. I XXI u im, Jan. NM—The cut rt-epomlmt id The Htandard at LoUm says that th* Re* l>ubli<«n eh i ii.-ut ie arc need to furmua anger and is -irungly advo eliug an alii*ne* with A a..-rn a. This fsiding is dm to th* puNiea-lion of a repisrt that Senor 8*.ga ta aedami in tit* 81 on ie’i u*rtee that Hjain del not desire to off*-ad Lug Lind for too wake of Potluck Ae Hletwrtr (liar.!, it urn et!. Ii*err..#, Jan. ti —The U«aigregstionai rharch et Delivers ("entre wee tamed Gib morning. I he ides ie SHIV,DBO, end the insur-amv 91 A, <IK) Ti * church is a b intone ooe, I sang the #uc*#-w«or of the ami >nt Nnlem VU-tag* (arish church ta which th* witchcraft troubbw te-geit The present bnGdbig wa* eDated about iKJl, »», i- .    at#.ut n *•*... ti ..    i     a    a year ago, ami wee struck by UghUiing last j    tllfil    CBU    IIF    produced, year. Tile parish wa* known m th- Bra mans meet lug houa-, th* Rev. Dr Braman having preached in it for nearly fifty yearn The Orc caught over the boiler, a!th**ugL th* re bel l##*n no lira in It for #*-v*-ral days. A Fight Agelast the Helen. Bl tun.vo ham, Ala, Jan. JU. Hat unlay night about Ho puddler* of th- Birmingham Rolling mill organ Met a k* ig- of the Amalgamated A w« ar is lion of Iron and Mind H'oikrra M> aday the u.*n abo >*tnr*i the beige were do* berg #1. wheraupow th** other employ ta in th.* | rn Idling dejar intent a's quit work. TV* portion lek u by the coot party ie that it wfd not a I. w the mill to bt le-ought under th*- vs« #-iattou rub-s. ll.mmI..I with Wpwrlwes silver Us*)*. Foht lhHKiK, Iowa, Jaa At.—Northern low* b I s. ag fi.ssbsi with what I a aker* pro noun c»> the bitt nm la tim aiiver dollar that hM been phsD'i rn cm uiatioii for mumm tt ma, Tin* <\#e ie th- -xart -bap*, mw* ami euler of th* genuine an I is stamped |s*rfeciiy. It a a bt ie lighter in weight Gian Uh* good troller. Thu counterfeit* lave been pie*-od ie circulation vary auccemfully aud I hue tar I without any due to th* cur. u la tor. Oranges sad Tariff. J arx a* >w vim.*, Fie . Jan 4M — Th* Farm ma’ alliance of thia Mate, ta ii* recent meet leg at Jacksonville, prepared a memorial to congress whi*#) re**it«w the difference between rail (’eight from Florala and water freight (rum Holy bo New York, which ta, In the first case. 'N) cents, ta tbs latter from iv to UU cent* a box, an*) they ask that this difference shall he squab era I by a tariff ut fit a )a*x on foreign orange*. Ae Urgent ('ail on Tories. Logia*, Jan *• —Notional have been ie-*u*d by Lord Haiisbury and Mr. W. Ii Month to lh* »u|.j««rt*-rs of th* goveramcnt in the house id c. .inn lout that their at ten dance at toe os -sitag of the amuou ami th* tailings uniuaict'.iy following ut im per a lively nee.-nary in arder to protect th-rn ber est* of the ministry In important question! which are to be rn tun it ted THEIR HIGH REI1TATION FOR ECONOMY OF FUEL, ARTISTIC FINISH STAMPS THEM AS THE Best in tlxo World. It i« the con#!Brit aim of the manufacturer *o make the yery Real THEY AUE UNRIVALED. Sold only By A. L. FLOSS 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 near. Shawls, Flaw! Sfirls. Cloaks And many other things which tend to make a person Comfortable in Cold Weather. At Prices to Suit Everybody. H. F. Lehne, AA3 Third st. ;