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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - January 27, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH. VOLUME 20.ALTON. ILL., MONDAY EVENING. JANUARY 27. IWK). NO. 190 Noun INO DUTIL Suicide of a Dishonest Government Employe. ME STOLE MONEY FROM UNCLE SAM. Dr. J. W. Enos Sanitarium, t * ALTON, ILL. nu RN OS announce# Umt he ha* establiRhed in a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the TREATMENT OF ILL CURABLE DISEASES. BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL. Ills eiperienoe during many yearn has convinced him that all dineaae# can be managed more Mticoea* fully in an Inatitution of this kind, under the constant snpervtalon of the physician, and with the aid of means not other* wise at command, than when the patients are teen 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 Seoond street horse san, and la near the Union Depot. The building is large, and arrangement* are aa perfect aa la possible from a knowledge of sanitary science ama the requirements of such sn institution. Electricity In all its forms, Oxygen and its compounds; Baths, Douches, Massage, Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided aa may be required by patients, in addition to such other treatment aa may be deemed advisable. A LARGE SOLARIUM For Sun Baths and exorcise in oold and inclement weather, etc., 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 Or. ENOS at the SANITARIUM, comer of George and Third sta., Alton, III. Mufflers, Huts, Gloves, Scarfs a>d pins, Collars and Cuffs. AND THE BEST BRAND OF SILK UMBRELLAS, At verv low prices, -OO TO H. C. G. Moritz. II 2 Third st. „ I Kilt I. . I .    *»*" >» r *-<i C .im-***. rsavai.i*#!.,» mwujrmr*. ha** a«upi*is. wnafsawH _ •miTriii. VSuw — tggammrnMrn MUOI ll Hi. Xumrf w>«. Hilnf*. 'U- Cl ".a h" w I* SEEDS. Landretli’s Garden' Seeds, In Bulk, for 1800, Are now Ready for Market Gardeners. February and March are the months to sow LAWN GRASS. Try our own Mixiuro, containing all grasses to make a Beautiful Lawn. J. A. Ryrie. PATENTS. *°r Pomona wtofcttM to ootoia letters J.    Mf l iventlon*. Impi« romeo*# or •*«h*uu> drawing* and ah ,25? ma#* application* tor meat# cuWkiWatkm, In person or by letter, fr«* Lucas Pfeifitwberger, ALTON, ILL. Lacon Pfelffen burger ARCHITECT, GENERAL SC PERI NTE NI) EN I AND MECHANICAL DRAUGHTSMAN Office on Third at., one doorwest of Piece, Third Floor. I Ororw l.«mii«iini y, ( whltr af th# Nm York FmKifllrti, Altar si rat Inn from nao, noo to aaa.oho, Hi aal* nimo-ir I>»ad ta III* Home at tlarkensark, N. A— LI|IiI«Ih| Hod Awlnrilers l‘al ta ril|hl by a ("larky illlnnl. y.rm.r OI brr Crimea. I New Yoaa, Jan. UT.—It wa* discovered 1 Friday that (tor eg# Lounsbury, raahior in th# post*.fiji«, wan .hurt in bk accounts |30,-JUO to 425.0(A) and soon al tor a ar J Loons-bury abut hiniMdf dead at hla bowe kl Heck-1 snack N. J. Postoffice Inspector Wheeler nm aent to Hackuusack. in which {dace ba ’arrived too late, tor Lounsbury aaa drab!. , do Inspector Wheeler’* return wofd aaa j lent to Lotiwbury’s bondsmen th-' ha was a defaulter. Bis bondsmen are Tb<g*d«»r# P. iii iff man of Roseville, N. J., taoiVlftr W natl I turn of Uatwktll, N. Y., £13,BK), and lobo Noonan, New York city. The shortage Discovered. Loud‘bury had I-an away from duty for three days, arui Friday morning ha sent a telegram to P<>«t master Van Coft stating that ha wa* confined to hts hone* by inn#*#. Tho postmaster had had his suspicions and ■lr undy had opened the safe in which Diana-bury kept hts money and had found that wane money wa* missing An Investigation was sat afoot, and Nupertntendant I N. Wood of the registry's <)epartmcnt was sant to l/wmstinry's home. When he arrived there he found the cashier very ill, and cains I jack to Naw Yurt. Had a ll an ti .oms Income. Loonabury "altered the p<gtoffice under Pi et inaut** James in I VTI Ba ha*! been (Wilier doc. I HHT) He was 3ft year* of age and married Resiles his salary aa enabler he had an luoome of flft.ftuo a year from a faad store In Hackensack. Ixmsbwry had to make daily deposit* at kkid aiel had tbs handily of f 15,oui or IJi.OW a day. It is I—I Ie rad that a short tim-* ago ba made away with fit,OOO, lait somehow managed to re-['la*-*' the money lief ore the lorn was discovered.    _ THE OLO MAN WAS POSTED. A farmer VS ho Was Tm Monk far tbs Ugli ming Rod Mw ladlers. Mad* jct ah. Ilia, Jan. IT.—A grhuled old farmer with a shotgun put two swindlers to Silt bt in Nellie Hly time sftw tulles north of here Friday morning. His name is Haury Emmerich. He signed tbs ©kl swindling lightning rod contrast under tin- impression that he was getting hi* lightning rods for lid. When bs disordered the tnt* chararU-r of his contract he took down his doubts barrel shotgun and waited for the party of the first part. Ifs bad not bing to wait twfore the swindlers cams prepared to put the rods on the building. “(Hop,* mid Emmerich, as one of the agrote * tarted to enter his gate. "You can't ootn>‘ in hers," and he backed th# assertion with bl) Jbqfgtin. Given Five Minute* to Leava. “Bat," protested the lightning rod man, “I have a contract to put up rods un your boil*ling and am here for that purpose." "Bow muck will it custf asked Emmerich. “Something orsr AW," was the reply, MH<*w much more," laid Emmerich. “Wall, sir, it will cost you IGM," was the w*.I reply "I don't think it will,” said Emmerich da-ctd*«i]y, and he cocked both baumier* A tbs shotgun. “Now,’' ha continued, “I will give jam Just five minutes to gat oft tov phew sud If you don’t get I'U fill yon so full of buckshot that you wont know what burt you.” They fi«l, I latin J nm slug at Oethrt*. Ctrrnnix, O. T., Jan. FT.—Tbs clakn-Jumpmg arase is prevalent hare again. In anat casas violence ft not resorted to, but at oor time Friday it was na namer v to call oat the militia to prs etal a oohfilet. Robert Ha rut I, who unjustly claimed a lot in the heart of the dty, was Hee tad by the author I IMW. Both Ham!! and the authorities had their supporters, ami a conflict was imral-naot when Caph Cavanaugh, o-en man*Lug the United Shoes troops stationed here. die p rint the mob with a company of infantry. Saleldixl Via (he (ias Hosta. CnicaOO, Jan. 97.—John RMendorf was foand dead in bis bcd at .'Si Cass street Saturday morning Tbs strong odor of gas ah Lr acted the attention of other truants in the house, sud investigate proved that the gas was escaping from Ekti ndorfts roues. The ioor was forced and Rktendorf was found lead. Ohs of the ga* burners was open, and it is believed that the young man took Hus means of t ommittlng * meld#, as bs has tea «ke»|* bident of bde Js*l|»iMt Agwtast sa I i-W»nl*n. JsrVKft'Otrvii.i a, had., Jan ft.-fb* carn of tbs state against An I re w J Howard, tbs Democrat ai ex-Warden of tie rn*uth»-rn Indiana primo, to recover fiJ.kW belonging to auk vie I# in the institution, which Howard was charg' d with misappropriating, wa* Ie aided kl the circuit court Friday ne. rn lug. Judgiurot wa* given against Howard and his I* n<i*m«*n for 92,.WU. Hrs! Do** silk lh* t'aaUemaeg. Moan* »* tar, Ala, Jan 27. — Ores* bra sum. ooiorad, wa* hangeii Iwre Friday for the murder of Lewie Pugh. an aged white farmer of thiaoouaty, last Hay. The drop fwd jervmaturaly, aa I Deputy Hh-rllf Charka Parker fell with Brantail and was psunfutiy burt by contact with tbs Iron flooring Braxton died uT it rang alation. A IX rouged HhiIimS’i Unwiser. Ha* Fhabci*co, Jan XT.---Louis L Broinwall, prashlent of the California Insurance ompauy. was shut and badly wounded friday by Georg# C. Pratt general agent of the company, wha says that bis wife had Ooofveaed thai Bromwell seduced ber Both nan ar* Widely known. Brum well la a man A family ami wealth. UMI Mail Serve HU Mewl**#*. Nsw Yuks, Jan -ii -Herr Johann M et, the Anarchist wa* sr rose*. I Haturday morning. Prs lay th* general term of toe we Manx' ceorl afflrmeii the dec -kin and sen-ten v cd the tower court, and the Anarchist Agitator Will now srrv# un* year in th* [<roi-trt diary    ______________ •earthquake Sheeh ta Ten*#*#*#. Cairo, HK, Jan. STT—Th* offirors of tbs City of Baton Rouge, passing up Friday evening, report a heavy shock of earthquake st Be ll to A Uke Tsua.. at 4 o’eleofl la the siorelog. A veritable pafli* r voHwi among iou iiihahitfuU of the looaiiav, who have not wsgottsu tho i .*ulU of the g*eat earthquake tiany years age, win* J*sw Madrid and uacb of tim adj*.wot territory sunk heosath .he Mississippi NELLIE BLV’fl TOUR ENDED. The Intrepid Traveler Tentlered e Mess I ordlnl hr«*tlii| at Pittsburg. I’ittkkcisu, Jan. 27—Netti My ['awed through Pittatmrg at 8 o'clock Haturday morning, arriving via the Fin band Ie route on tbs ling ncctton of train No. Ai. AU along the rout* from Chicago wha was acor, led the most cordial gr"Sting*. At Columbus, Ohio, md kaa than MO people gath-HSwd at the alation ami gave her a hearty greeting. At the Union <1 -pot in this city there was gathered a goodly aum tier of n*‘w*ji*j, r men. re et!»••*« nod friends to gteet the young Im Ii Our ng Ais Interval of changing engine*. Mini Bl} was press a ted with a haskat of flower* and a package of aal*dy by tie- employe* of th* Panhandle offices. Featest Time liver Mad*. Mr. Bray, pawwngsr agent of th* Haute Fe route, who continuua the trip with Mi* Bly to Jersey City mid to a n»[»orUw that the tkiv- rnmrla by Mis* Biy frooi Ran Francisco to (TSLago was the fantast ever made, for that distance, iii the world. The average time for the whole distance wa* thirty-six luiiea an bour. If the train is on time Mia Bly will reach Jersey City at 8:5t p. av Hat urday. The time «n<l* there. Uke seventy-second day of lier trip expin*! at k o’clock Hat UC lay morning. If on time st Jersey City. Mia Hly will have made tbs circuit of thi glob# In arv.-nty-two days, six hours and twaive minute*. Al Phlladelpfcta. Philauu chia, Jan. 27.—Ntill* Bly arrived at th* Broad Htr.ed vteUun of th* | r- nnsylvanm rosul at 1:28 and left at I -SO p. rn. He vt-re I hundred people were at the station to g<-aet her, but tbs crowd was w» ^reat that her cair wee locked and veegr few at w ^»cr at ait. (th* was reported to be la good health amt good spirits. Rod ol the laansi Tour. Jbrmby City, Jan 27.-^NeUie Bly arrived lure at tiftl P p rn. Bar actual traveling time in encircling the globe was 72 days, 8 bour* to minutes arni SH seconds. •evictions at Puaasutasvaey. Pl'MxarTAWjiSY, Pa, J aa 97.—-Friday was the biggest day Sheriff Butter has had In the evict tug trust nm* Blxteen famiUaeat Walston ami Adrian were thrown (int of their bouse* eight at the fiwiner ami eight at Ut* latter pia>The sheriff was eorum* panted by fifty-four I‘inker Vue police, wish their W1 acle*tors, and the lutners stool! bask and looked quietly ut. lite sheriff said that he bad IU more wri'a to serve and thai be had only until next I u«*» lay sventag to do It. Home of Umsmi will uuttotiUed move out Iud ore that time The sheriff thtaks there will la at least IOU evaluate between now and that tim*. Ragland Hltlerty Assailed. I .ISHO*, Jan 27.—A huge maiding was beld in the Trimly I baa ire Thursday night to start a fund tor the national defense. The Duke id Homans nre*tded. A rvnnmtttee iA I JO, conaistliiff fA lending rtttaewe and naval and military officer*, was appointed to solicit subs rtptioa* to th* fund A number of «]> tM-hte were mads kl which Rnglaad wa* Utterly asaaikvl for the course she had followed bi th* dispute arith Portugal and the French and Hpaoisb lauded for their sympathy With the Portuguese. A number of irutecrlption* were made to tbs fund by persons present at at the marting. Rents Ie In* fease Ik# I Hi I jr. Orrswa, Ont., Jan 27,—In the bonasof common* Friday the bwbI*» for Wart More-land drew tbs attention (A the houae to the en* >nt iou* inert aer in the coo»umptfcin of Anierimn dressed meat in th* maritime provinces Nim- y ar* ago th* iuportalkNi amounted to to),(XU pounds, hut Chicago honers her • sines worked up a trad* there representing nearly I. OO J,OOO pound* annually. The Canadian former, unprovilei with rvfrtgesator oars, cannot compete with the American producer, and the mnnUr urged parliament to double the duty. Ye InvestIgale Ik* Rstrse. Hr. PrntnaBt'luJ, Jan 97.—The Huwdan government has begun aa tavwrftgatfca of the horrible disclosure* erneeraing the treat meat <>f foundling*. It higvinf b«en learned from official warn* $at 77 per oanl of th* auiaber conunltted to charitable Hat ito-tloas die from OI -Ire* titwn t    It bas been Oman that the parents sell their obi!<lm» to traders, who |iaok six or seven bahts* toto hamper* and send them over toe country as baggage, resulting in great mortollty. The guilty permns win be seeerety punished. I'm a lier Kueawej A cc meet. IUltimohx, Md., Jan ti-Af. B. Pan! diet Friday from the idah of a frightful injury he sustained Tburwlay while ontdriv iug with a friend. The bor*' ran away and threw both oui of the etui <<*♦-• Paul was hurled directly toward the si# t, ut me tbs* carriage and with such force that the iron and of the shaft entered his thigh Just below th* lower rib and cam*- out at bu back. Th# startled animal, it *kw bead be wa. thrown, leaped hack and Jerked the shaft from Paul’s body A "temple Missouri IHset. I HIAM. Mo , Jan. 27—William Vaughan ■bot George J oh neon dead Friday. Vaughan was on his way bonus wh«ei he met Joha-• 41, who folbiwsd hint When they arrived at to* bouet', and after the men bed thrown ruuha at un* another, Johmmm Ared at Vaughan with bi* pistol. ^ aug baa iwtoraed Jotowoo’s Are tone Urns# and every bab entered th# brain Vaughan surrendered himself, alarming ha had killed Johnson in ■cif-defense ____________ Poeed Yw* < kines* asg a Weswna Dead. Raton autos, If. Y, Jan 97 A man who called Friday morning at the laundry of Yen Lee ami Bing Lee, found U>to the Chmamea and a women named Mamie Hwtwwey, dehd on the «»* Pby-urtans think dneth was caused by to balatte a of chi. tine gas, generate-1 to suaw way from washing materials. The woman we* a die-Up*ted i-bara* Vt ihfrrsM Ike Metiew. Bouto a, Jan. 27.—Jmlgo Aldriok ba* sent word from Wurceeler that be overruled Col IngerwdlY mutton for a sew vial to to* ewe** uf Ct ••♦tee Hsow against John R. Ailey. This ends all bg*! exp oi. kl* to reopen the cee,- and nothing tan prcveet the ism mg at aa axertttx* to collsct frow Alley tbs amount of Judgment, w hish was about *54,-Mk Aa ifacanaew iteeuiesass. Hr HIX, Jan 27 —The Kifwoia, the organ of fbgnor Crisp", pub,bb rn President Karri aei'e lebgran to tbs king of Italy oonvsv. Alg bb r. ludoboo* open toe death of tbs duke of A<eto IV Biform* my* tbb man Ifeetolicn of cordiality ta the more worthy lune la* M bas so few i.rswwdsata. Itlaslwg < oltsa en th# Halt i OAlNgevux*. Tex.. Jan. 27, - At Overbrook. I T., thirty miles north of bare, four flat ear* A orHti« took Ar* from spark front en engine and 2 « belee were detoroyad. Lee* f»»,OJO. 1 MOOTED QUESTION.! At What City Will the World’! Fair Be Held ? BOWDEN SIDES WITH CHICAGO MEN. A Chese# to Aoeerlaln tbs standing et the tbeirmna af the Queli-o-Ce*tew-alal I OMI wdt tee Npelled bp Heldea el K< sr I"ark—Tbs Hearing Me (ors tbs Ways sad Mi aas l am in liter Prweeed lags la th* Haase at Repreaeatatlse* — R arumin•» k'nmlnatlon. Waswhnitub Citt, Jan. 97.—When the w**r»d’a flair cvnnndttee of the beatee met Hater'lev Hatch bf MlsMHin and Bowden of Vtr glia* fat btl to answer to their naaiea Tbs •uGeDiatuitto* reported adversely on tbs resolution* of Hpringer and Frank, providing respectively for ba I Kiting for tbs ss lee tem of the site on Monday, and for bolding a eel'bra Hoc In I KIN and the fair In I NKI The sub-commftttw askoi leave to prepare a bill eon tattling all tbs "iweutlal pro vision* for bolding th • fair to 1*93 but omitting the aaaie of the pbx-1 where it shall bs held Bprlugcr ai si Hi t,Chicago's rep" mental! vee, vigorously opposed the granting of this perm Idalou aiel urged against any move de lay on to* qmwtton of dcSsmrlnlag the site aided with the 4*bleage Mea. Blunk# of Vlrgtwla, who eras appointe") at the instance of the VY aim tag ton board of finitaotton. toted with tbs CMeago men and offered M a substitute for the report at toe totoiAMunuttev toe rseuiutkm of Hpringer providing for balloUag for toe aeiectlon of a Atm to the house next week. A vote was taken on Bowden’s substitute and It resulted in a tie, IDU, H| ringer ami Rbwden voting fur its adoption against WI Ison and Frank A chance to ascertain the standing of Can iller, the chal rn mn, was vj Killed by toe en lr Aims et this juwtare of Balden of New Ybrk, who voted against th* snbetttate and thus defeated ii Th. report of tbs Mb t < >mnutt*w was than adopted and th* oom mitt# adjourned, subject to the call of tor chairman Building Lots for Sale. Corner Main and Dry, 150x120, for $500. Eighth and Market, 60x120, - - - - $450, Ninth and Market, 50x100, - - - • - $850. Bluff Street, two lots, each for - - - $150. Alton st*, bet. Fifth & Sixth, 60x120, $500. Highland Park.. One Hundred Lets ranging in size from fifty feet front to one hundred feet and thirtyffront, all very deep. Prices from $50 to$500, on terms to suit purchasers, One of the nicest residence plats in Alton. Over IOO Houses and Lots in different parts of the city. Call and see list. Dorse? k Man, SIO Belle siree). EVERYTHING NEW. Ways sad Means C was mitt#*. Wash iroto* I TTT, Jan. 97.—Tbs way. and means c. annot Ow Hetardsy morning adopt*! ton# arb** hi I ca for wood ami woollen war# and bonks, omitting provision* fur rattan* and mw used In emtlng chair* Tbs two schedule* ar# prarttoally tov sane as thosr of th* senate bill, aud, although a«k)pted by toe rumnltw, are subject ti change before toearUun to lh* blU to be pre pared by toe majority. The Ikun<>«r*ti< m«oil#ri of th# committee submitted Uh MIHa bdl schedules for books, and wood and woodenware K#pr«MrtiUtiv* Mora# of Ma* mi bused*, aud J. W. Iud"#*, appeared before th# rveautottiw aud argued kl favor of no reduction of tbs duty on granite. Ka-Owv#rw*r Warmwtk’s Homlnatlea. WAMBiaoToa ('ITT, Jan. 97.—Th* moat# committee on com lust cc Haturday had un d#r oouaklrration tot" tHnuiaathio of aa GoVfVunr WsruxHh to Iv collector of cue tom. at New Orleans Kx-lHetriet Arter nay Leonard and Representative Coleman were pre lent and opposed th* confirmation to ffiort spBw hae; but ae it was staled that Mr. War moth e now ill at Fbiladrlphto tor fttrttxf ronskiaratina of rh# rom was poet-|iH *.ff ■■■ I’resldeet H airlsea re Ii lag Hembert. VV AAH I KOTOV OTT, Jan. 97 —TIM pres) tkuk bm sent the following telegram of Ooe <i"4#nc# to King Humbert VT .KH i voton i m, Jaa. 24—Hi* Ma I jbstt, laura Hi kmmht Rome. I beg to express to your majesty my deep sympathy la to* great sorrow which baa fallen upon your majesty to toe untimely death of year distinguished brother, the Duka of Acme. Hew ss Prweeedlag*. WAimiNfmie Ort, Jan. 97.—The bom* Haturday wait Into committee at tbs whole en tbs < ii stoma a* tm in LU am « biti, liumedl ately after th* Journel was read Tib# bona* haring completed onasidsration at toe customs administrative UU rose aud reported the bill to th* bourn favorably. , Voting un siiwdmmtt* then begnn. ■inn tan a*. Pi ta we tnsafs. ll nut* a, Maut., Jan. 97.—At the roofer; wee of Marshal Irving, Governor IWR end th* speaker of th* bouse of re| reals its- J ttvas, saturn was agt owl upon to bring the two bouam tugetbwr upon an amicable bania I Frotntoly th* first bill to be agreed upon will he the out" Appropi "ating money lur tot renovation of toe pi in tent tory which to over oruwdsd and unsafe OUR STOCK OF- Carpets, Oilcloths, Linoleums, Rugs, CURTAINS and CUR TAIN FIXTURES, la bow complete mid c*o oxblbiUen in oar salesrooms It to THE LARGENT, HANDSOMEST AND MOST ATTRACTIVE AHNOWIAfUfT. OF GOODS IN THIS UNF. EVER BROUGHT TO ALTON.    *• It Will (lo VOO roto to took it over whether yeu buy or not. nut toe attra< Uea. are so greet and toe pnc*.. *o reasonable that welkin of lM*n**veyou<mn mist th«M TbeoeteeWef DDiraaPI 0"|» season Is partlcukurly inviting, i be deetga. In iieta kedy and DuUoOuLjO fagestry MW beautiful iud ar ti‘tic, m# T4T/lti A T4T0 »re, (Usa, spei'tofty aWtocMfAkM th# ran-- mr eteetkm So wide as Xii VTIv/Xxiv i5 to snit an bates. Our I T)T CJHTT A D v’Cl i"1 luf* wb*! Rr* needed lo m ikes reel* cemaisos. A larger Ail! OU U AxlLo *i<« t tbun ever of p rrn Q In White Me* Ii won ah esp Skin and Htock Rear "kin.    JLVUVJO, ♦ Cl/fril# and Ll ism in great vari,>! 7- CT KT Al a# and or mr un rttrvwtk Gout, RUGS, “ Cl KT Al EM and (JI ’ WY AIV A.m J. HOWELL: urn / JO t NOS and sun r»ae$10,£> ts|75 th. a* Kl ai MM TMI tlUDI MOk I HAVE NO HES IT AXION IN RECOMMENDING Garland Slings and Kailas THEIR HIGH REPUTATION FOR DURABILITY, ECONOMY OF FUEL, CONVENIENCE, ARTISTIC FINISH BT A MPS THEM AB THE aprtsg VI'rather ta Maatana. IIblxka, Mint., Jaa 27 — Helena Leujoy mg lbs first fhtnonk wind of th* year Th. toeniMJUtetsr has nato XU >legr#ee sln.v Thursday, aad tbeetiwta are running wtto wane from the melted awe (hopis ar* , goiag around witoout wraps, and tbs 1 wait bar ie spriug Uke Thi* a the fire* to terruptkou to tbs auld weather which Inga* * with thu new Year. Nine Hays Wltheet Water. I Aim box, Jan. ti * The crew at the Hr! U«A» hark Ulster, which arrivist at Liverpool un th# -Al inst., greatly damaged by toe recent stone, w.-r# without waler fur nine days, when a terrific bali storm sat to and they aire *ruC Int to satisfy tb#tr thtr»t and oh tam a bui>fdv uf waker by gathering tbs hail stuO"« that fell U|«n lh deck of the ship A Sax• tsssS trsta It#leased. Hacviaiikmto, CUL, Jan. 27.—Th* wow-bound Over land pass#* , #r tow rn un thrn Central Futoflr. wbk-b bas b#>u Mi x luelwl in the towny. — sK.-tg—Dup and rtarrn mt"> star* Jan IV pew##! through hero from I YUI ax at 14* *v »*k Haturday mara lag un it way to Hen Pram-wro. Vtr# ai to sis, .al. MnimwAX, Jan 27.—Th* foundry at M sew Parker, eft Dalbousls stress wee dasn-aget by fir# Haturday morning to to extent . A I'JO.UU) The pram!"#* of the Ibsjrge Use. >p Lugtsviug w>to|«ny were dami to th# un ant cf 4*."BU by another Ha tot daf morning. re A Fair Frepweltlen. II am si a*). Jan 97—Th* ship awa*** offer lo pay the wow <1*ni*mied by toe stoker* on ct sedition tost th# men egrw- not to strike ngato daring tbs year IHM The mm atm i‘-u sider tug tbs prwpuelMou. lavttatlea ta the Ito^Amrlmv Mow mr AU Jeu. 24 —Th# ot^ aomieil has for warded sa mvitetiou lo to* Phn-Amert-•an deRgabn to visit this city gnu time during Jh"- mouth of Fslevtary. ii aport af thv I'aruaD Cassel Is.l na. Li nux, Jan. it.-Th# Freeman’s Journal ■ays Hart to* Fantail eonraOmtoo be* pre-seated Its report to to* speahsr at th* house of cornstone Best in the World. Ills tbeoousUol nim of Hie manufacturer *o make the very Beat Slavv that ran tw produced. THEY AUK UNRIVALED. Said 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 Dim. Duels. Comforts, Cloaks, Stalls, Flannel Skirls. And many other things which tend to make a person Condonable in Cold Weather. At Prices to Suit Everybody. H. F. Lehne, 113 Third st. ;