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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - January 6, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALTON  T EL EGRA PTE  u mm n mr ms  The Ravages of the D.«a a «M* the Increase.  Tin- IMiraio   F ° UR  DEATHS RECORDED  •N A DAV  from I'nwu-  Dr. J. W. Enos Sanitarium.  •••in Attnck | n  ( ir -- ts , r  *  Mo,., w ,    .    *«raber# end  W |  h   T, r'    “......*  Th '* n  """va -  "«*" l>..M wit.,    In-  Free,!»„*.« Murt^U,  MU It,,,-ordM Hrccutljr Fatal <  *'• on pp*.  VrippH^ r^'  Jn " ®  Th « rav h(im  ^  ^T:rriZT:r in T t,w pkj ^  rarkiu. „    ,    «>»,    lush,,, that In Ut  ^jrrouud. Lr thi. :£,  mortality NtonM re^ntlT fr  Slug a" n  ,M ' nn ^  th# tH,  nty-four boun ta ling a* anon PVkUyaao drath* f  TK h T    "T-total to    haul    th    loard  SSfjf' "*j<- —• from Zn. from 'L.LHT    nturn  »nd four from tofluen 1*1 th* phy  LoKr*,* J „ S|,r *** ,,n « Kn*Uud.  LOKDor, Jan S.—Mr Chaplin. minl.w -  it. rrrj." *    •'    “ 1  " f  '"««■«»  *“■ 'r 1 Th< tao -“ i«  tZ T “  L<1r ® f T>«*l ha* I-a, Im Mf ti«Alw  Y"' p •? W>etlo« from lMt. ni Raritan mall. Ti,en influent* at  Tht  A Terrible Accident Occurs at Sierra City, Cal.  ^ ceral rad lo I  “ VEN PERS0Ns7 ^ tD  o^kht  nu n t s  ,anir». *— asci op  prtfasite  free. “na,,,, #<l L|ke Twlg   A, Deadly wa Cholera.  • erW^n’  M "?  Jan  * “    PnJfoH,  **< >*d at th! h i lr r r *’ H ’  fom ** +•* f.-r I ZI *** ^  W unr ^  raveral  * aaa House*  Crate*  b)  ,h» It,,,),-,,,  .....„  *.........  Not   1 '■probable—(ct g),, rtrttm*  wf |||# T(|   Pal  pro Hhe batt ram  dr. a, hool Horror at Detroit Tralu Wreck la  A Rare IISrVESTMElVTi 1   Tea wa,  fcrxRR* CJT?, Cai, j„,  fl   -Terrible  One Hundred Acres Of Land,  Adjoining l J PP©r Alton, with House  •An enormous.  for ae VeraJ I L  an<l of Uut  f«wllH K  well    Of    MWW    au.|.|.«|j thnndemd down  sod HITS * >V Ujt b ** J  ■ttonW icbc^.l  tb - mountain rid.,    p riHM     ‘    ™  tad wa* not rap,**-,! u, u- «h 0 u-v ai    everythin.,    iw    ’    ***••  ALTON. ILL.  DR. BNO* announce, that he ha. e.tabllahed In  purpose a sanitarium"roMhe 1 "*  pureh “ ed ,or  u>. |  from Lron, I,jti.  m   tho ooiis of red Int*, ,    to  coucernlng the XtS >“f<-n«»aUon wa* WilltK... ^  ob toJu«I. It  Mu-had Boras or ItTb°1 't*     Wer *  Cimrlee E SS.SJ^ 1 !^    ^  •treet and  Watt Twelfth  Men Hay, , h .  Hor#| of ff   Mcb a number of th wtha ,. -w f'.r th- tot- ,.f ..... - a ^ “ phenomenal  STJttei “'■WaSE  ti... I,    ........  BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL.  OMI  'Sr    ha.  Ld,L7Tr;:7;"' , ""' j  " n “ j *-''  Otter. Tile,I the nu ^ ‘'"‘pj P nrt  - ,f tb # sum-  h*ord ani  fllrn 2! » wf  h  W ”' k ?f **  h *» Jtb  triste m the < Uywh^ v “^£i*  tb# (1t -  fectod hr ,1 L “  h  '7' VT*  1,11  * l a, ‘  Gnu ial* are burily  feutsjd by the epidamlr  wwe at command, than whoi the oat ten I    * icl    ol     mean.    not    other-  HRty«»» °r .everaj hour, or d£S **” **  th -‘' adWwm  eon all noxious lnitael^ N TuT^^iiT  h ** h ’»Srt thp  " nrro “ndlng are free •WSJir M» Dnion Depot.*  thl > M»J SJT how  3S^£r®3S=!Rtt.“saiBs  imeat  ........  drww number* aud with  »h«,|, r.wUlM t'ruetrwtori.  ?  IU  *•  T J * n  ^-Therrtpp. b  vSeTSfA ^  tfcr,1 « h  ^  rett-lv el* ♦ I '^ttaki'ed that three are al  ;r" r Jo " u    n     ^  Prid/iv n,»t.    u    to    OllMutaiut   n, *ht    He had M U! throe   1     pruetrated    lo  Whole  plaoM  familia  dVa  »»ut In MlaeonH.  J rr m rn or Cut. Mo., Jar, « -The k,  rrU^Tli     r *l , taly    hen.  ^ i!sausr,2rj-.*-»-»  Bee-  are faoth very  and eeveraj KE ■ZT.'"—*  ... .a .     r “ f ” *t the l f, pl Us ere runfWl  their    Wmui.    6e« 7 u,    .  hae died from the  their rouui*. f 1 * 1 - » year* old  “ -I  pMt leer* hZi 7  R,r * OI ‘* ^ • day or two pa* fear* haul been «UsrUOuod that a hmm man* of    _u.l .    .    *     Dl w f   whMUkn en a,    "**»•*»**  " “ «»*th flume mkrht  fnrUl " tall take place eatker had, however, remained clear  *arw m,Arley, Iy heard a euhdwed HlsJ* mend, a* lf ofaatr,.n»    «Hh*n«  On looking I TI L    ta.  «* ^ i«U L‘j  flight. Thrw. i     ,T »r^y    took    to  containing lo rooms, Barn, — 1   give  Tis.  and  and oiithouseH. ^Mll be sold for little  more limn mort inure now upon fbe place.  Uiid^ii.t' 1  *“  ttl ®    tritek  w f th*  U> rijaJia    «fB‘ v I«*nt    Ume  Sale Must be all Cash.  ai, TW  “**  of Vla »lmw  ™ta» ere  M   Br.  "■fbnahe that  A Hun,Ired Dwee* at RL Louie.  ta>P«R, Jan. I-Dorn*-.  there ar. * t    CMM wf    1W  have been na d.«uhe tho. .    pr^nt    damp end unfemrat.lt  “ “*    •>-    C»ter *  lame win User*.,.  wlUj (UHr „ l||lf ra ^ y _  w*Hi her Htf u,-rJTI-T’a    *tah.  M W'kJSya  The lr woe  ‘"ta* Pottv ta. (hlhoUe  the  PW Sun Ba,h     A LARGE  SOLARIUM  “ d . exerciM « *n cold  Kilos, and rvoeivea hic  **- U PrOVl ' fed -  No  w  ODen  roil XHB RECEPTION OF PATIENTS.  tw* by the Kreemr ‘    **vmnt    tar  IU*, - l ,i,uL r SL  po,u . rr to whWb r ’^  “  1  The record* at the hesiti, p«~.„    of «„v  l,T^r "■"» w'Vw ss:  “'7 1  The number of ptdl,vm«n rlH^..T tuck    -    -    •>  1    1     *-ni*-n r-j-Mt,-) cm  HHl oTIi?, w'  Fr " U T **■ out of a  ti- ti.ll.wi..    *» *°Wt, with  w. c....    > t *nTlL f  tadlevuH hoe,dial of     ln   hr the .ii*. J. I'^umoma brought   A I ** Mh  •* <»^«*e. Rim a,.,    «■-    Katie    Hartlng,  of Chkrh* W BaaUnga , w|  i o  grl,,p * tae fimofth.  eutv live    forenoon,    Bey  I3KLJ2S2 i , ft r •‘•tat Ma chin# **  ,wr » Mo out With la grtpi*  At New Haven. Cwa  is tiT     C * m>     '     Jaa    fl --There ar*  In the net^L, rh.-d of one thgunuvl enam of  Haven. In Mf ahiwhou*  pout* Officer* out of toe Mlth the dimaae.  dnurlinw, nm, ethel Inngw  hi    “    r** 1  taal big  InltojntJ, w*^e     Uk     *  , *    «•*%»»    levi    rte t ere  STI r"  ak,>     ta rtrine fteekU.  wboee itanice wr* rlvM. »  aite 25% ^ zzus:  Jj^Rn whAher**flkagr a^^Sll •tber. were lnjur.al Two of ►rre.Uv.wL* fled very mmi f t  u •tammdouR hank of  /Wk., *.„ r ,^    . arm   ama** asiwe *,     Man   *-> yofOA,.     of  a, lh ,  rf r»y*r ^f. r ,,/ aronml Alton.  *»T /Vr/o, f 7Y//r.  Projmrty mil arui mmt I* <,Ad.  DARSEY & Mil  la not  fbveral the victim* of the mow, but tarred that another ■now near Butt* dome  310 BELLE STREET.  to mane  THE TILDEN SCHOOL HORROR.  everything new.  Tee  IU! are off duly  The *»>pre* l U|Mta Hu   tiRUR, Jan. a - Th# Entpn ill *rtth Influenza.  ll.  An#u*ta Ii  The hat of thee (one out aa a remit  For further inlormation xddrtti Dr. ENOS at the SANITARIUM George and Third its., Alton, III.    '  corner of  JULIUS H. RAIBLE  Heotifier, Importer  AND WHOLESALE DEALER IS  WI3VES and LIQUORS  The .« C.tebjrt^Br«d,_ofJENTUCI(r WHISKIES free and in bend.  I     TlCtlm *  of  ^ Vripp..  tamh iWhai, a well-known Mid author, died  tnu«dc-iau.  «u en or, died at ^ Lurvlay abirn,*,a ,,f  •ompoaer, *tai Preocb  WL lei, wa. nrw^Lr' IT “ w “  w  pUtiinemla,  a    "W* pl. l.aly,t Ly    ,  tack of “vrit.ta,* vf.  Mr. Nathal wa* a mwy, of  S5»=^s?^sir#i  ‘Th    «'    "*  wb,Hj     "Munlwr* -  rl,»» i 5W  Tr><>kt,r ’ ™ </ Commo.  tmu r; r ;\ ,! r Tr ,k,r -^ J  tat mid^asr^^ AlmantWIIun.l  fauu diLm fin     G *«  * weriT^r.', ^    ^    »•«»    HI for  iwath-t-l ui h^ tamlly were around her eatk^H«| with the *r*i-eptloil of her vr»un® «• ‘taught,t Mr* VW A l±ZZl ^llrA. m rhkag,, Mra Tooker , -Id and a Bilder of William  L    ttctor,    and of    pollee in—ww..  Pttar Ca nlin *— »    -    In«pecU>r  had  tx. tea, u..    a..  n . hn    Tl -,,     K, » M —^Th** U*| Death  iMTMnT kl L h , j, tt n   who#, youug Gy*,  of th. ten,bk, Tilden m±^l D^edv .w,*  Florin, w*  lAnk * bt, * r .  H ' p thw M.**ly  T . ' “  H *ta€am. Kdtth Wheeler fhlL  Tl*aW*her, Krlna F<xuU Hr K. *__  Luoe «*- -    ***"“ ban.ford, and   V  Kmrimw B«., a  He to ford  th.  t»H«t nrueily Imrre*)  »  wa*  J. nor  Police Inspeci L«w Ramy died at bi* hoc  hod  A SPECIALTY: IMPORTED  Sss^ssz SMS ^ZrUKES: aierry  headquarters  Md l, r ° <l# < ^ ec «d a *‘^eI# F ask9, Ki *e and  •od Liquors ever offered in this city, an!* at    ° f    tme  ° ,d Wio ^  Surprisingly Low and Cheap Prices  pr^l 1     £2?     b :    r'*-« r«c,v'  hobo on Fourth ti., between Bell? and Pte.„  ,h and B,II,U - W,r,.  «' Sinh avenue, Thureday of • grip,-,  »M 81 yr ar* old, «  K la** worker ,k  ploy Of Heman, Bache A Co     HH ‘*  •ole *U|,|a,rt of hi* mot ber  and  t he em wa* the  Publle IMH, UU Fruatreted.  i Seirsr tt f, X'^A k   oftina a ^PJ** Among Other I at bilo ^L rr,a,r r:" J b Y  rb * dt*ea*e ,r, T,  Srrsr”" De**aa,  f* Ormixi, ai)<1 ^ J rhiiripcti nf ti     v *  tlon noun—I * r,rt<w.    c-n-nv  •••a "IT a    J"    -1 we  JUOut KI LLY’* ILLNESS     J    —•—■•ay    1,-^    ’  "TSS,     0 —-    e* USr.K’SsSiS -  aswsrsi»    ■sSSi  •ylranln, the TWth*r"^f the CHL Ut ^ I  fW *" N SU^eStaTflMdy II th. Jaw, ahi,lh I* epseediog rapidly Intr- the  fc 3 and fr^!n,^y *■  w,n "tata»tav bet-  •si, - ae.».sr is£,„ £ art r, ^:: tfe Jb  “*' IM   floured si  u  i. «i  ” ta®, will be dkr  ngured ram la thought to he out of darner  Ak Ulow    _a______a   OUR STOCK OF-  Carpets, Oilcloths, Linoleums, Rug 0 ,  CURTAINS and CURTAIN FIXTURES,  the laroknt' gft£U2L±    -r    *«««..  i, — in .in .1 iii .... *. this line h\ i.h    ^«neiNT  III I nihil! I ll I  * '* v^MJIquams  Mean *•-1. aril  < .Ort!  ° iL C “fcffilSd USt.LKifi* !h mr   ((kin-  S&Sf  5   RUGS,  IIN* Bn,*).  to tmit  fa  to White  M.aataka  •f**k In whtMpeve, and ran  , I*e-Mfrta« lo ta™ b, l-erworai lo^irj that thme *fet*u*.ote  %n  »t I..’.WIi eRfygerat**!, «,„! ^    ^ h ^..  3»JS» Wk mSBsA&Z  A. J.  Krratvartaty. f C RTtissYnlWttTAlir n.rn.  Howell  it  ^ b *«Ji ^ uimrXr  on Pnraat  ----- •  Lyrh vl tl,.. taw IO. y. m ,  V „ N  te«  who U vee   ,/,fh  ^ Ihtti MO ||2i8 n‘<w$10,onr»j7 6fla   •WO rear* ag,, bed an -olmtTn , T , tawM^*  U JU!lt,llh for hlm  ta Riora bu HI* Uhyrirlaa* HepefuL  ha.mUm71~ ,?*  to * A»n. hut  ”* ta" 1 *! for more than a reef Hi. eh*.  "wig »CM TMK TN*M-Mt*h  —»Vf -  ■ "“"na, Rh lug OB Ul ■P far the am rime Friday  ta. .Mn. rrroot., mi  JZSSZ't**- 1 *-  Jan  A—FVI in T ,    ?!    ‘     e "''” k     •    cra‘0    on    tho   m ^  Th<l " * r°T Hi. phy. SS Antanleewd Ark.nw*    trad  ren.swr ii ^ ***    * < * ,U  waterer ef *  thfou * b  ‘h« bridge  He Ii differing front  •UKW  already    ^  (rtppe and an att*u:h  _a   „  tb *  <R Aculty  ^•wHoned, (-rnpltented by the  lhM*«nmM.a* “ f HMTb "W. and all  "SF    FM    Mkt;rally Barlow  to aa  SSs^rai&as.  Immediate Aan.. TY. " ** •*I  •ii.uimiaie danger On th.    ahi'  hope for hi* *p.ady reeovety to the mewuri of health that h. h.. .a    nearara  health that ha ha* af late the break down.  went  IT**»«     c * r *     w «vv    a    doaen men  i m t *■“{ <'*«Ung wren had been taken of, ftrtif of limn not *erlou*lv i.i„ n  . Four ban no* h-„    ,     y  tajurad.  l.... .    ‘     r  ^ n  recoy#rei| m. », .  tare Roe tint hi th* river  tar* dead mep below  •It  rn,  ara  B  .vs  lorn  -ll |  J  ooflJ  Win (ell to the Kf-fUsk.  N*w Yon*; J aa A TW*  tar* been rn-  A VV reek bi Tea**.***,  ^ ffwoxrrtj.a. Tetra, Je^ 4 l*oond paawnrer train frHffct on the Kn-avlll# 4 Ohio rrad  A Clr.rtnnatJ  (Winded with  *s?ri.,. - Ii . L- . T J  ~ I-***"- lorry, on the prevbnj*  lbty   ty *  U,n *  ,our  tam than th*  day  I HUO.  HARPER’S WEEKLY.  ILLUSTRATED.  iHMMi ba* a well Alta bilsh,*]  J. SUTTER & SON,  dont cif Bch, n^Ib  .r,  K , **  M  ’ u  ‘“k' U to bid lev ue  ny K.tunlay morning,  pita!  fit Alii*rte*.    IwiT^jJtaWNpaJrt-r  DKA I JC Ka in  Cumui^nt* on num.>1. . i.a* . •Hiitortal   BS wS^warjaS' I aa  KINE and common  ■ wita* — a .    '    *    “Dl  tSSStaissn •is?,*;    ■    ;ii'.v    ie;:  ■ <>,  .....  KURN I T URE.  hue  xrl„. atte ahteh h. Lu  kA,u-li«Uet tim corner of Thirty-tlOiMl rireeta At 5 o'uha* Satur.ui! taornhf tim rah,r tenant* In  Wiw h r^  7   •wakened from their Ju'rata^ by of pier ol »b«,u in rh.- hall *- *■ -    *  Dr. Hr  ^jVorids^  I ltA\h NO HESITATIOir tN HKeOMMHNDINQ  ^■tatate -I L .UU S  asrtr!^!p.^?rarag  OU Fug lh b leeSSwt^SSr TC  UQ.ler*Umd In th* Wade that W^rxmr JT f  -    7_    , -Mbterit* latrned and  J«1 p»r— | >hin>l  y,,     1   ta-K.»,:w    Tun.    ta*  (ramble ware fahtfly crurimd  Mil fireman  and  K* .Ie*I rn. af a Locum rn! I re.  IW»I»; A *-ta,.K*r™o,  A a., Baya that one e»>c big  Danwood, W  I SBSBSSfia* aSSS  •hlS  RetulngtANB, deutal that hta “ff 0 * 1  tack *u agrmmenl  •od en   ,ahjrW,( ‘  6,414     drteuau  ownpmiy had  rarftablu *UrTxT*» L.':K: ,U 11,1  are OI  swtsassiiVi ff?*’ *““J? sSlsisrui s^ssr^ss!,  ,-|i"t , -r.lj    J    „;.,' r '7    ', 1 ™  L i i:rr."......  •ell He Ii ii I T    " fc ‘    I'taoerl  “• tad MHy been in th* rail -miaul** *rl,> n he *  An .rn bu laura *  ta  few  mad  Full and Complete Stock Always — Hand.  on  HARPER H PERIODICALS.  1)0 not  Khil to Gitk ct a Call Be  Mini’fl mtri5“ YI£AB '    ^     fore     HurchMing.  JfAtil’Klt> MAtxA/.INK    ........ Id **•   u '" '"'"I    State Strt. oooosite Third.  ALTON. ILL.  WM. L, KLUNK  l*-gan yuJllog j,h* u. .a, i     J '" "t f‘>r *tel lie wa* taken  to the tamj,. lriviB.0, at Bellevue, where Z  ^ BOW OuafltuMl a r«i  .b*gln with  ®3s«s«siagSS  Boun,f Voiun,, * of Kanrca'a    *_  thr* „ J,-ar* tm- k in iw , , ,, .!? ** ,tT  t-r ta rani byniafi    Wading    will  free of    p*>eia|t<* pal,!, or ay t>snre«„  ire* ai exo»'n*.< inn,, i,i,„i     ,r " 1 .  «w«»tfor.mlhew.*tnkra ill'/i at Bellevu a raving maniac  AT PHILADELPHIA  Th* Howard Ho.pl,.! f|„ M  ^ accoent ° r lj » Drlppe.  i-Haai»RLr„ia. Jan 4-T)e- Howard hoe-  I ll . wff  ttrrm1 '  a *** UtaWlnn mm  *md Friday uutU M.n-Uy, ^ a, Vv88|  J , tan matron i,arm*, r-etdm.t idryvmra* and  - «n« n M *i,c„ bring all Bk* with the  Si nm. t V  T  i  A * lfcOBy *  tbtt   as flret taken rick over a w M -k     an(1   wa* confined to bar tad until Friday,  BW* ttarvtod toe„ Tewra.          „    .  Uaajin iCu net, MVih, Jeu. 4-Ahnwatol  n ‘ n ’'' 1  *'*' i Um + f»otortee riwwber* to  a   A (treat Cigarette Dem blee.  tween. r» j„ o nkaM e  >,•*, —UM. ital Alta. t Otau, ta*. .^17^ "“T7""    -Ort.    u    HK*  nim A new  THEI * I'l'ill REPTrATION POR HTAMPHTIIEM as THM  . ^SfSSLfSJJSJi  Wot w.“ 1   Stove that eau be produced. TIIBTAKk'TnTuV ALE^ * ^* d  ^  B<#1   tatoy Knapp bae. Jm ae I et,rated che  !n , ^‘Z r ~', r Z u “‘ r  ’■" Tta «* >• -to wT VtHS?* S' “i, 'HI'**  "* wv     (hey    ram# to  ta the Bnwh-rn ^ ^  llt „ State and forty y^, m«mvf to U wed tow aril, p, wk,va they have atnra tot Uw Bf* of farmer* Hi. fan. • ^  nt  ™  the rtrmnty, and It was re rred  Six -1;”*" 17  *• oM     I.,  -T7    ,     f,,,n,r F    ^“bv,    vtt-ti    a    m  gST: 1 " U< -'A «KUJ-*ll.,rta, LujJ?    '•**“ l e»'K~.    srtaA  Sni'~7,IrL‘S-» , “ -'““toto  s awers^3S S  couatry .eve Tee*,  -mlb ii farturec* in this for rad toto the gf KM ,tm .    Been the Arni whl<-h oanufv bi,«.  SSS7ta‘**'“* ah “°‘  very  -Sold only by  A. L. FLOSS  Third StreeLopp. b 0 h 0  Telephone 22  but  -JatWttTTir.aa'sr  UY,,    ‘IT,M 1.1.T,I the frat a tit Ii  ■weetpi of ft.un rarit * *>°fct-pul<l, on  SiC&lltttAPM ekiui IJK i,„F '    *    *    __  taould bef Money Order or Draft f  |d« by in,..tom,--Vyold Chau, < of  Ad-,,*,, „*  0 f o.e nurww .kZSZZJlZ  J four day* an i  u  rill! ti  tata, ara* the neat vt,-tiny   sr . hi-t^u r«r- —-  her room bv . while Dr. W. w  •G^*H“ r, i'»prr* are not amarant without the, *  PwOTIIKllL hew york.  jt this advwr-»rUer of ii ar. HAKPKB A  UNDERTAKER,  tar, the resident ph/ri-laR, three dey* fmf.w Chririnau, but  WR*  leave K. Nay. tak.-u Bink rallied  w   /  m to U* Able to be about again  OuahtM .I to Ii la Reg.  IX  n ,    ,    „    I    WriHkri-LSSr  Practical Hair Dresser.  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