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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 16, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH. VOLUME Iii). ALTON, ILL., THURSDAY Dim } ann nvi i a From Twelve to Thirteen a Day Paria. in methods of self-destruction TK* The Ever I An pom la it 1UC Sheet Music, (CHAS. J, OKI,KXI!ART, Sol* Agent.) We have had manufactured for our Special Trade (by one of the leading Paper Mills in the East) a complete Lino of the LATEST and BEST STYLES. CHOICE SELECTIONS PA PR RTI ES. (MOX PAPKE.) •ap* These Matchless Goods are now under way, and will roach us iii about IO days. *a|rWo havo cut doeD Into the prioea of our pros nit stock, and offer you same at ©AWC Kl I LLY A Hit A VI, Kl) fit HEGINHET ASI) roH TilK CMK or TI ERS GF HIK PUNO INO ORGAN. tm OW! PUCE. Chopstick Waits by............ ny Away Galop, by........... Gertrude Dream Halta, by. .. Ini|>atienc« titan Jo Galop}, by In the Sunshine, by ........... Jack Frost's Mardi, by....... Moment Musical, by .... Playful Honda, by  .......... Hussion Grand Mardi, by star of Affection .. abow ar of Hoses Galop, by,.... ...... Walt*, by.,,,., Wreath Walts, by . ........... Ac., Ac., ac., ac. IMI Lull! ......Wallis, Beethoven. . sires bbof .... lange. . .Knight ..Schubert. Greene. ...Francis, j llartmann. : Htreabljo*. > Prefer the Wiver la the Spring Time and the Charroal Heate la the Am nim, Tin (it, ll or rifled at lh# Kpld. nile- N.wri Dillon usg O'Helen Heat’ii French Sell la Kafety—Other Foreign Intelligence. I skis, Oct. DV,—I be city ta horrified at what seems to ba a suicide epidemic. For some time past as many sa twelve to Gi rteeu sub idee have been reported dally. On Munday the total was eleven. In I he Hue lien he a woman suffering from a nervous affection swallowed a quantity of tincture of iodine; a diamond merchant named Cohen, in the Hoe Moi-b*-u«e, Mew out his brains Another man of attorn nu committed suicide on tho Hue Bl Marlin in a similar manner. In th* Hue Re* Ibm), ta a man hanged himself. Ile left Iwbmd bim a paper, on which th* following words were written: “No work no lire,td; not eaten anything for two days. Enough of this; en route for the turnip field. Hy the ( haremI Houle. Starvation also induced a widow In the Hoe 1'aliko lo suffocate herself and hot daughter, a girl of IS, by means of char-, coal Two young women were found drowned In the Seine. An individual In the Hue dis Pyrenees poisoned himvelf with laudanum. This epidemic Seems to be a regular (bing at tbs commencement of the spring and autumn. Uh April the rn, rgne was often filled to overflowing. Statistics show that drowumg lo Hie Seine seems to be the form of death imwl frequently used in th* spring, while preference is given lo charcoal in the autumn. on the Soil Carolina. A WRONGED HUSBAND'S VENGEANCE. Oh GETTYSBURG FIELD. The Titres Baya* Hattie Kl plained Ie tit# ('aunt of Parts. OrrTT8»U*0. Pa., Out ie —At 1:30 Wednesday morning the Count of Paris end j»anf began th* tour of the baul*-field. The count was acc impanied by Gen. Daniel Butterfield Meade's chief of ••aff; ling. Oeu, John Newton and MgJ. G»n. Abner I), aided iv, of the First corp*; Brig Gen Caldwell, of th* M c-ond corp*. Ma J. Gen Daniel K Sickles, ^Third corp*; B i* O-n. Hive, of the Fifth corp*; ling <fe„. |{ (J Wright and Maj Gen Greg*, of the cavalry; Ma) Gen, I) iver ti i.award, of (he Kiev-en th coria.; MsJ. Gen. ll VV 8»ncUiu, of the Twelfth corp*; brig. Gen Webb, of the Philadelphia brigade, and Oen. J. p a Gobi ii, Of lartwnoQ A return to th* can. (where the party live instead of go- one or the bloodiest duels log to the hotels) was made for break-* nut at    mill    than thy drive was r©- nuill 0 p m. -lh. entire three d >y« battle was thoroughly txpiatned to the count by the corps aud brigadier co.nniauders that are with the party. At night there was a reception tendered the count in the court h<»u*« where he was formally welcomed to the town. of North Me Meeta the Destroyer wl Bls Hume wa the Field ut Honor snit Pats Three Hub lets lain nim —The t'ntollhrul Wife Weeps Deer (he Itwdy ut Her Paramour — Hew ta* Husband Tried Ie Avert the Trouble. COAL. Chamm,rrt, N. C., Oct 10.-At Lag. itigton. about fifty mi lea from Charlotte, seer fought on North Carolina soil has taken pine.* For ■ long time John MrRiry had lawn watching (War Barringer, who seemed to PHY Medary'* w.fe more attention than th fitter thought was right. O i a veral Ut* -ions Medary had forbl bleu his wife to a. nom pan y Harringnr to any places of amueemeiit, saying that he was suspicions >f en intimacy (tatween the two The Famous Gillespie Soft COAL delivered at five nil nut es notice In any et the city. Borne lo a Clear Gray Ash, no Clinker* or Cinder*. Beet Soft Coal In the West. HARD COAL Blood) Row at a I hurra.    " ""    Oat    Ween    the two Several OwlvoavILLE, Ky., Oct. IR—I brr* was "l"1 "K° Nt Hsry r«mi> bum« an<l found a most disgraceful row at Pearink's    "•wbwd    im    tim    parlor lo adeep church, three mile. east cf th,, pisa., at    KU the conclusion of the aerv ice* Monde* IiJ LV * th,B m *l "PP0™""® U9m    nm*    for    bim Ut forever cut the friendship that bait developed into lore. The Hushaad Get the Nota M< Bary ordered Barringer out of his Ulwc dc. MTRememhor all our goods are open to your (impaction, and yon will find each an I every article diMtinctly marked in THE LATEST. Plain FiimroB. DECEIHMirS DILLON AND O'BRIEN. The Irish Patriots Heart. Fran*# Without Auy Truubla. I AHII, Ort 10 —Dillon and O'Brien, after Waring Tipperary, boarded a sailing ve*a*E which carried them to L*tc Hor-Mer •►ti the coast of Normandy aa Munday. The night of Sunday was pa«*e I at the resident* of ll Baff,hunch, the I’sruiaii banker, whose dan ;htrr Mr. O'Brien re* VOCAL AN It IN .HT RI XI ESTA I ) lur a Com '^,,U’r ®“rrllMl They came to Paris on * Monday and tln uc^ «ii*part^l lur the couii* try of M KafTiUovich at Gif, iii the department Of Mriua Tuesday night they returned to this city, but their whereabout* is unknown. Mh mld news | favorable to the Irish rn is-Ion be received * uited Stales, Me*sr« Union aud Bight, which resulted Ie the shooting and wonudlng of the innocent bystanders Edaur Gooilpaster and John Collins, quarreled aud pistols were drawn. Onni-puater fired and the rind hit a young man ti,.moil Jesse Briton. The shot took effect lh the neck and it fl ct**d a serious aouad. 1 "** firing tiieii I>ecaut* general and a ai hi limned Mac* Go<idp« .tar w.ts shot in the erat aud shoulder. Nei her of the p. r-«u* shot hail anything to do with the T"r*‘ 'Th* trial of the p.r. Uupum* ta toe ( fitlr H ill Ii* |mm||>oih*.| to I >i«i re ult. O' the Injuries received by rex mu etui G«* d, a.ier. The Sir pping Stone, by bid :e/ Rosenfeldt. Iv at a I'hllaUe'i.hia rive.    im    leu l6to the bual tU>H I A, IM |«_ A hrerau-sl    .    i”"*1 of •    "PM h* woman he rewire) a    chaliem*M .(ion of . u mn. af* in I he p-ck*    duel. whxli wa. w, ,*km    pi** lt“\ •rf H. K Mu Ii..ct A ('■>.. ms n- abl** spot m-wr Lexington OK MAT Sale OUR SPECIAL TERMS: 10c Per Copy. 25c for 3 Copies. 50c for 7 Copies* $1.00 for 15 Copies. Pattie at a Philadelphia PIV*. CHILA PKI PHIA, (Ll bf en exploded! lits room nisei tiring fhenusu *t I ,:<J Market a^ri-e*. damage i the ruck and building to th* extent uf «DMJ \ riU „h*r of worn n »*wkin ; in the r *mi rn :», re th* • xplo-SI U. occurred, w «c rain c -ti .eke ,, out wiifa in. exc pi ion of two ah" v> era •dig My hurt.* I about ti** (mud- mid, ail made tier r*caje uninjured. (lur of the Ii; lid* I ..lid two III I pi..yrs of (hr firm w.-rv cit head aud hand ahi!* ome ut the .Us k boti sr, and told bim if he ever caught him in conversation with his wife again that on* or th<-other woald hereto for-fait his life For awhile- this warning was heeded by Barringer, and the com inanity thought that th* matter had Iwu smoothed over. Barringer could not supprem the desire to ac* Mrs. Melter v. bowse r, and h* wrote her a very loving a it*, asking p •mission to se* her at I be pM.iiiEi moment. Th* no'c of Ba cringer never reached Mrs. • I< Bary, but fell into the husband's hands. Instead of a renlv from the for a BUit- lli lr »to-b , ii i lie atternp iii ^ to sure th* lie- O’Brien will proc**! to New York at end of the prreeut week. Should It coin* manifest that it Is their purim-* to remain ta France the government will ask them to leave th* country.    , ( ntalogii. I 'It EK on Applied. Hon, or .Hutloti FICEK to any Addrt'M, I lot HG Th ini At., cor. Hana. AI-TON, A (•• tilt Ion Vt in lair.. Lmnov, Out. It.—Th* member* o# th* new cabinet proceeded to th* palace Tuesday. where they took lbs oath of alleg lane* to the king. The ministry ie a coalition cm*. Th« minister of war, minister of th© interior, aik! minlstor of mAria© — .    ,    .    Hfe    pr«»gres*lsts;    th* minister of fin a nee II-I-. HIW Mf fltli It • Alton, lilt »«d int ulster of foreign affairs ar* conservative-, and the minister of justice aud th* minister of public works are members of th* national party, Cbas. J. Degenhart, TK* Trial t» .lob,I Sp*|,|,MM Iii < 4 M I KOTOA. Hi-.. Get, 10. —I hr lr. al •rf J dm -Swlii an, moo «f Kl Ward Mj«*|-man. lh* J‘e**r s im tiouairv, is now g dug ' n in Hie -ire i t emnrt. ii* is ( with burglar a Mg a . u i Store brr-, lie Is s -wi seeu *«i of ft, til! 1,4    | mail bag in l'i or:*, ti to in4 a safe lo Regi ,    „(,<! sieaiiiif rad way ic*. i„ K.v.usM ic, Iud. Iii* a*lm•'s the burglary here, hat claim-1 > iwsi ff >ring fr, Intt uislvc ar emotional insanify lh, rail,* sui a dox^n iVor.a friends are allen I,.; tbs trial, which has aroused c uisMurabl* lo Cal interest. Barringer Killed by MeRary. In MrKar '. note ha gars Barringer th* r>ref«r.*ic • of «1tlH*r Ie .voi([ th* st it* or (uulroiiting id ii In a du I. Th# challenge was promptly a*iwp;*il by Barringer, and in th* *v dng alinit 4 oVio k they retired t»toe selected piaeo to settle the HiTsif a.,ta men wero arme.1 with pi* t HS. A- anon aa Hie seconds deelar*- I every, bigg la ratlines* they both beg sn liriug. After Imt Ii had erupt *. I their Ov »b,*tv Barringer fall uj the ground dea l Mc Bary nail smit Hire belie into the Univ of hts vie: tm Me Bary'. wife wept bitterly over 'h i dead body of Birring. !*. Mc Gary ha* fl*L In Jill sizes, Delivered at Lowest Market Prices. Quality Unsurpassed, CUT NOW, BEFORE THE BIG ADVANCE. Dorsey <fc Mann 310 Belle street. n^LKPHONK 84 AND QI. THE OMAHA FOR BURNING COAL, CORK OR WOOD. O’CONNOR VYAd INDISCREET A Perilune* <u.,»lrt M |,« Will Likely (G To Relieve a Cough, get Throat Syrup, or Syrup Tar and Cherry, or White Pine Syrup, or Any Medecine You Need, at Hubaubbml with a Ming. Outsellackx, Oct, It—King Christian gsv* a dinner at the palace Monday to th* officers of th* fulled Statue cruiser Baltimore, The fulled States minister aud Mr*. Carr were alto present, Th* king proposed the health .rf President Harrison. Mr Carr toas ud the I vaith of the royal family. MARSH S DRUG STORE Abandoned tho Hayer latents. liKKMX, Dec, 14 ~ Inasmuch aa Dr. Knch has stiandunad his exicriinenta lo lite cur# of cousumdtiou, it ie thought taal his method of treating the dUu««c baa proven uneuccesaful. PIH) Hoalke a Hay, Cl»N*TA STI Md*Lg, Oct. Ilk—At th* duathe from cholera daily. Aleppo At bura **•.tun Talk. W AMU SOTOS CITY (J t Id - M tat (lf lh* mr III ber sol t*le camuet are r« lent about lh.- dlscus-kMt of the extra-e,*tou que#* lion at the tur.-tiDg Tue.d i> .aecruiary Husk, however, la more c-in rn unicat ie*. ‘ i bu extra s. -*tou matter *as iLm- i-anL" he 'aid, ‘but no conclusion Wits reached. The question ad to wlintier am li action won 1.1 opt rate to dnmsge HepuMtcaa Intel- Hte was not const tared, I don't know what will bi* dane. hut it was in* lieu*)* I to abandon the idea of calling an ext rn -•weion " average fifty FRANK BUDDE, RETAIL DEALER IN -o Wines and Liquors, AGENT FOR AX 11 HTUSKR’B HOTTLKl > BK KH. Good* deli v*-rod to any part of tho city fro* of charge*. Bout Ii aaa t corner of Belle and Fourth et*., (Kaiblu'a old ntaud.) Alum, III. Choice Brands of WINES and LIQUORS Always on Hand. •nap Mnkere la CMVMtlee. < Hiu*Go, Oct. IO.—Monp makers whoa* , fa* ae looked aa cleao aa saponaceous products could make them, aud whose appears noes betokened wealth and prosper ny, thronged the Auditorium hotel Wed Qeaday ’I hey were menibare of the National Soap Maker*' «a<waria.iou Mhortly after H o’cbssfe. President Colgate called the aaaociatioii lo order Th# greatest aecrecy was observed. V.c* Preside tits H f , t*ro0|or mid CteArlFi Louis wrr© el*o pi i-s nt, Ne re tory Bowies t'olgste and W i ll ism I'eat, the I re aa ti rev, were Hkewiai* on band. Th# manufacturers deny that they aie ber* to tot ta a treat Fall Styles. Latest Xroveltii*N in A Had alate af Affairs. Philadelphia, Oct. lfl.~R#ceut dave! opulent# in th* affairs of th* Bank of America abow that th* unfortunate depositors of that insttt ut ion bar* been bo thoroughly robbed of tfcelr mousy that it b unlikely that they wit! m«ivt even aa much sa IO cents un tbs dollar in payment of their ct at ma D strict Attorney Graham who baa just completed hie In Mitigation into the affairs of th* bank, declines to talk about th* prosecution of the bauk’a officials at the present lima SCARFS, TIES, WOOL mid DRESS SHIRTS, BLACK UNDERWEAR mid DAIS. NU ITS Made aud NatlHfac’tlou to Order at It Fun.mable Priced. Cluurruiiteed, at Perfect FU BRUEGGEMAN BRO's. Kohl ag af m Larga A uuuul. Pour ca sn, Ova. Ort. l&-Oaaah Smith, an ag***I farmer from Split Log, Mo., wee robbed of his pocketbook containing Tsfi Tuesday. Just aa ilia Mon them Pacific train arrived from California Smith . was put ting on hi* overcoat and pie par tog to iasve Ilia train when throe man i Bailed bim, and while on* held him an-other put hie hand into his pocket and • took his I toped. I pix..psi It Isl... n ( •••■sr erat <nL Tuuuo. U, Out 10 -itwv F. Ii Atwin, rector of Trinity L.nscopnl Cnurcb, df • ids city, was consecrated Tuesday as bishop of th* new diocese of Weei Missouri. lite ran-in nab a wen* vary iuipree-sa- Bishops He) moor, of (blooie, and K ickeristcker, of indian a performed the c i.*euratu*o «v re mon lea,    aa-isie-t by tit'ho|i* I ntl lo, of Mias<iuri; Leonard, of Un lo; Wigrthingbm. of Nobra-ka; Gill**-i'^rf Worth Michigan, aud Macl^nm. of Chicago. Hark ta l r «<u>. Mg. Pki Kit, kiln ii , 0;i. 10—Thomas U'ConiHW, the life cousin rvcen ly j»ar-li-med from Mi itwaier up in condition that Ii* leave the ala a forayer, was ar rested Tuesday near Kl) »iao, la* Sueur county, aud lodged in jail O’Connor was sentenced t„ prieou for life ten years •go for the murder of Larry Vaug in. of Maryebiirg, and wa# then. ani n.ta ever stooe, Iwou com. tared a vicious an I dan gvrou* man The arrest w ut made upon (oriiplamtof Michael Vaughn, a tirotlier Of ta* murdered man, who vialled Gov. rrmy Merriam last wnek to protest aaainat the imwIoo, but Ilia visit aaa without avell. Governor Merriam told Vaughii. however, that lf 0*Co„uer was ••wa in tide rishi arter his nd««*» he might sr re* t bim as an escaped convict and have bim returned to prison, Mr Vaughn took the governor at his word. I lie r**uiv of O'Connor at his lid home In La Sueur county so angered the people that ihef thraateued to lynch him Combined Coal -TH* ONLY I’KRPKcr and Wood Cooking & “ml^t^“^’r>”»',,MpSIrtgXTitTT.^Iu KlVrnft’afvrMMT PITTS Sc HAMILL, Hole Agents. FALL GOODS! HI* Heel la Flee ('ettla. Paris, Ky., Oct. It -Mmt* Kahn of Cincinnati has just cloned one of the moat important deal* in Ao^ cit tis ever made to central Kentucky. It embraced 040 bead of pure bred riiorthorns averaging I.Ski pound, each, for which Mr. Kahn paid 9An,uA<k * c.sota per pousd. It ie laid to be the br* hard of cattle In America, aud la intended for export. The cattle will ba fwd in Kentucky until De-eemiwr, when they will he »iupi**d to Loudon for ('bristmas b ev.-a. Was NI ruck ky a Foal HaJL WAMiaerox City, Obi. 10-a our!-OUS case la on trial In Ila courts her*. A man of th* nam* of Hutto has brought suit again*! tho IV aeL I tig ton Ham* Ball dub for damages caused by a foul ball which struck him on the n<»ae aud broke that useful aud ornamental organ. Mr. Potto was tilting among tbs raaervwd •toto, for which he had purchased the regular ti. kst, and claims that the baas ball company shoo Id beheld responsible for the to jury committed. Th# defense argues that the foul Up wee made by a batter beton, lug to th* vlsiting cluii, and ale., that Ute boma olob ta selling tickets to the grounds did not insure Uvas, limbs or features of Ha patngis. ANO AKOTHKK LOT GF CLOTHS, WORCESTERS CASSISERES, JfMT KXI El VRD FOR FA LL W FAR. ALBO A FINK LIM* Off Cloth for Oveicoal© _ _   FO* RALL AND WI MTR* E. L. BOECKMANN. ii* "W IT S NO SECRET. A Mysterious AMsstlsa Houston, rex., Oct. 10-Celeste Gaines, the 0-year-old daughter (rf Col Will 8. Gat nan, of Austin, was mysteriously abducted Her ti urea. Mr# Asbury, took I child (>ut and aa they were getting into a car to rvinrn boma, a mao stepped up. took tbs child ta bis arms, entered a carriage oomph* I by a lady and drove rapidly away No trace baa bren found, but there is a very strong belief that the abductor* and the child are still rn this city. Clos* Call IWr a Panto. Milwa< KEI, Win, Out. iff —Thar* cam* very near boing a panic at the Dav-Ween Of<*ra bonos Tuesday night, where CW W F. Vilas was addressing a Demo-eratk na a-a meeting. One of ilia s’eam radiators iu the gallery buret, and many people mistaking the ai aa (ll which aa toped fur amoks mads a rush for the lour*. “tot down, alt down,* cried nanny pm pie who could sea there wee no danger, while CW. Vilas’ strong Volo* above th# “^r *M ^ cryings "MGH, Mill, •till” Ae soon ae th* steam wa# abut off order was restored and the ex secretory of th* interior resumed speaking. That our STOCK la tho MOMT COMPLETE evar Drought to Alto*. ® ®*n 0kow you Momething New aa often aa you w)| bu {locket book. Th* robbers ae- Artlstlc Tailors anc! FuruiHlitTH . — DR.GROSVENOR’S H Sellc&P'Sic PLASTERS. A psi*! El vet Im et CkaflMMga. Kaauvilik, Teno , Ort. to-A ( Ustta-; no iga, Trim. apicial any a: iu the city election Tur day the D moor ais raptured only two wards— ba Third and Eighth The p it ai complexion of ii.m new beard of eld* nom will be eleven Lean- ami live Dem. era's. U was (ha moat qu<*a *•#«! too bald in th# city, owing to th lf rob regiriratiun I iv, They All Mat I rag to Heaths. Iii HNI kuh am, Aln., Ort Ii-A local paper says th* leat of thirteen men. former Con federate soldiers, who. during th* war, in blasphemous mncksry impersonated Ch riot and hie iWrlv* apal.s at the last supp-r. during rn drunken debauch, ex a few days ago found dead in the guiier. Every man ut th* thirteen met with a tragic death ani not one of thorn received ChristUu burial OII Forrest Dows 0 taels. FINDLAY, Ohio, Ort. to-The Ktandard Oil company has agal ■ reduced the price of Buckeye oil, and la paying but SJM centi "or thi product, a drop of 0 oenta on the barrel within two weeks This depreciation caff we a haw of (Id on every I uuO tot isis lo rite producer, while the friend-Kepub-1 ***3 to'*# by the operation in the Ohio field alo j* |10,«W) a day or 0430,(JOO 9 mon h. to# el Thoruugl,brads. New \(Hts, UcL to—Col. Bettooeoid at anet ion at Morro Piuk Tuesilay all the horses in training belonging to ('apt g ^ Brown, with iii* exception of Menorltn, whom lh* •amaut prise* very highly and wi.l keep The (vat prices obtained were la follows; I). Mu'h, 9 year old, by Ten Broeck, dam Bella of Nantura, 011 nun Buddhist, Afear Old, t.j Hindoo, tiain Kin. ma .Manley, 0*. Qui, Reporter, 4-year-old. by Knqairer, dam Bonnie Mea*!, 04. mo Long-run, 0-year-old, by Longfellow, dam Rosa Mary, 04,OOH. TNK BIST POROUS PLASTICS IN THC WORLD. ah , sim!K as RHEUMATISM, KIDNEY PAINS, LAME BACK, &t. XA rwetoa* Draggwts,    CiffOffVRNUB    It    BirHAMIMI.    ffeelea,    Maw. It* mw Del eel toe* Do! tried. Dx * V; it. (Ivi. lh—I br gra id jury baa found liulie*menu against Chief Loar, of th* atty <(> t *ii** (•mw, aud four ether de lectite-. who are charged with aeaaulting In a ' ru .i ma mer two prisooers from wk'in th y attempted to get eoufewdona Of having * on,(iou, I ai rime of which they glffiiu to Ruuw not n I ag. Now SDraawsi ff»«ad Guilty. |rfrk« I BL Abp CHY I* I, (tot. It —Til# jury in (tie ease of Miter Bat rick J Gleason, ehtfged with a**,tultiug Keporter Crowley, hoe* ret timed a Verdict of “cutup of (MHM(til la the third degree. * Sentence was deferred uutil Tuesday Th* The peusliy la impritonun ut for ant more than one e.r or by a floe of aul more •hen t" ’ tv*h. Italy Dor.i. t Uke LarrelL WAriiiKOTUN Cm, (tot. lf—It ie re-piKtial ti,at Consul Pytip Carmi; ai Palaroo), Sicily, will be transferred to *< me plat* toyon Italy, he having erased to to persona-grata lo th* Italiaa govern-Meat and lh* muniii|>aJit| of Palermo on * to- ain oath of hts cotnui u ti I cation# to ihr stale •Irpantuent. It M understood . that Carroll wi I (« given another co aulete rn some other part of Europe CARPETS: Taped ry,    Body Br awe In. "SNI'"*    Art SquuroN, lug or Hemp. HST CURTAITV8: Dado or Plain,    Loco or Fortier. IN RUGkSi Fur .Coquette,    Smyrna & Oriental. Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocoa Mats.»PiIrvUif    in    iwrauona. Tim ha t way to me them is to Gall frequuuUy at ©ut oetuirflahtffont whether you wiah to buy or not.    nTianwiM, bi w Doetwr a. •Ueared lo friMB. I* HX, (tot to—After hearing argunn-nt ou the tuoiiou for a new trial In toe »urn ut Dr. McGouagal, Judge Fiifg ra'd denied the mot bm sod sin b®1 • *1 * I** old man to fourteen years at held ia» or ta lbs rial# prison. .Meltons gal wa* recent lf convicted of macula! gh tor lo Canalou the death by malpractice of Akule -•ooiwrta _ A. J. HOWELL. FALL HTJITS. I AN kOW KRADT IV) Fl K.Vi-il RVKRV MAN IN ALTUN WITH a SUPERIOR SUIT OF CLOTHFS, made t i> ».m clutiih pki.h ilo r*i*ki,’|ali,y run wea'r. car, Wittk Flgurea th it O. G. Moritz. IN TH* MOST .-’n LINH MANN KM. Perfect — AKB Pit, At H. will Please All. rf'** a wL.-*dtokaM< •-ji A. ti MMiM ... ...      v, ■“d SJH ;