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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - January 7, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON DAILY V VOLUME TUESDAY JANUARY The Squadron of Evolution Mac a Stormy EXPERIENCES IN A FURIOUS GALE Enos ENOS announces that he has established in a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the OF ALL C BOTH MEDICAL and His experience during many years has convinced him that all diseases can be managed more successfully in an institution of this under the constant supervision of the and with the aid of means not other wise at than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers at intervals of several hours or The position of the SANITARIUM is and the surrounding are free from all noxious It is readily reached by the Second street horse oftrsand is near the Union The building is and arrangements are as perfect as is possible from 8 knowledge of sanitary science and the requirements of such an Electricity in all its forms Oxygen and its compounds are provided as may be required by pa in addition to such other treatment as may be deemed A LAIIGE SOLARIUM For Sun Baths and exercise in cold and inclement is Each patient is thoroughly examined by and receives his daily personal 3XT FOR THE RECEPTION OP For further information address ENOS at the corner of George and Third JULIUS AND WHOLESALE DEALER IN E3S and The most Celebrated Brands of KENTUCKY WHISKIES free and in A SPECIALTY IMPORTED Cognac Holland Irish and Scotch Cherry and Blackberry Bordeaux and Rhine HEADQUARTERS For all kinds of Select California Wines and Brandies in Kegs and Come and examine the Largest Stock of Fine Old Wines and Liquors eTer offered in this and at Surprisingly Low and Cheap All Goods delivered free of Orders by mail will receive prompt store and Office Fourth and Ware house on Fourth between Belle and HAMPERS liutPitR8 WBEKLT ims n woliostaWishod place as tlio leading Illustrated nowspupor In Tlio fulrnoss of its editorial comments on current politics Ims oarnud lor it tlio rospect and contuionco of all Im partial and the vurloty und oxeul lonco of Its literary which Includo serial und ahort stories by tho host and most popular lit It for tho perusal of poo pluof the whlust ruiiKu of tustos und pur Tlio WKICKIY supplements nro of ro markablo nmt No expense Is sjwirod to brim the highest or der of artistic ability to bear upon the Illus tration of tho changeful phusos of homo and foreign A Mexican from tho pon of Thomas will appear lu the WBKKLT In HARPERS PER no UAItlKUH 4 X UAIUKKH 4 IX HARlMCltS YOUNU IKi ii IK 1ostagefroo to all subscribers In tho tod or The Volumes of tho boKln with the flnt Number for Jnmmry of each When no time Is subscriptions Will begin with tho Number current ut time of receipt of BoumiVoluuioi of lUitiKUH for throe years In neat cloth will be sent by postage or by of expense provided the frelnht duns not exeooil ono dtllur pur for per Cloth Cases for each suitable for binding will busont by on iocolpfof liomlUuncos should be made by IMslolIIco Money Order or to avoid chance of Newspapers aro not to copy thin adver tisement without tha express order of lUu tBlt A AddroBa UAIUMCU ITS STOPPED JtanHlaut KLUNK IMNH Ml all UBilN k NmiV If Ukvn ui Util Trtntlw Initial lueU Piling cluirgnn OM wli iling cluirgnn OM unit tulitrtck uf of uuutuiu DKALBK IN ReadyMade Metalic Caskets And Burial For Qntlomen and Office and Shop on State Over Harts IJvory Will attend to Work and KejuUriiiK SUITER DBAUUtS IN FINE AND COMMON A Full and Complete Stock Always on Do not Fall to GIVE us A CALL Ho fore OlHI KlaiNITUiUt UUOMH AUK UN Stato ouDosito Tlio Hugo CrnlHorit Tossed by tlifl Monn tnlnoiiH Hcii Uke thn Tliilrnt of rho lining the Lighter to Hoavo A Keeonl of Which tho City of Chester May AVoll Feel NEW Associate Press on board tho Atlanta of the squadron of in a letter dated describes tho oxpori eiiccs of the squadron in the trip across the He says At 7 on tho in the height of a furious south westerly gali and trem ndoiiH tho commander of the Yorktown made night signals to tho flng requesting permission to heave which was From that time tho Yorktown gradually dropped anc at 8 nothing could lo soon of her from tho Atlantas During tho night and all tho next dny the sea ran mountain but the iii spite of her low fure and after rode it like a as did also her the which held a position on tho Chicagos starboard Noth ing could more forcibly convey to the mind the fury of the vast Atlantic than the sight of those huge cruisers toBsed liko the tiniest of playthings by the mountainous Muzzles of dung Under Scudding under reefed fore and main top sails and and burying the muzzles of their guns under water at every it seemed incredible that their canvas would stand or that they could long continue to run before such a No thought of lying suggested itself to tho mind of Admiral The Chicago rolled on and on and the two gallant brigs even if they did occasionally hide their entire for ward after ends under green Tak ing everything into consideration the action of the captain of tho Yorktown in bringing the vessel to the wind and sea was no more than could have been The York town is a comparatively light ship and car ries a very heavy Thus it would have been the height of folly to have kept a of her peculiar design running before such a heavy Had one of the monstrous combs which from time to time rolled over the Atlantas and Bostons sterns over plumped main dock it would have gutted her foro and Arrival In the Tho hoavy and continued rolling on tho Kith made things very disagreeable on bourd the On tho morning of the 14lh the wind lulled but before night had fallen it came to blow with re newed violence from tho Tho night was particularly as a thick fog sot in and continued until early on tho morning of tho At 0 of the 15th the Boston made signals to tho effect that her boilers noodod souio slight and tho Chicago and Atlanta slowed down until the repairs wore com heavy and a nasty chop to the sea were the principal features of our second Sabbath on the Tho throe suc ceeding days were scarcely At 3 oclock Saturday morning we sighted Cape Rosa and at 10 oclock wo wore in the Tagus At 11 when the squadron an the Portuguese Ironclad Vases de Gania saluted tho flag of Admiral Walker with thirteen which the Chicago in stantly Uncle Sum May Foci Everybody on board tho Atlanta feels considerably elated at the magnificent rec ord eho has Steaming for fourteen successive days with but four boilers and keeping her proscribed position without the slightest and with sufficient steam bottled up to make an extra knot were she at liberty to do it really is not surprising that this elation should ba so The city of where the entire squadron was may well feel proud of her A set of more seaworthy vessels never put to During the entire run across the and in the face of exceptionally bad they lit half an average speed of over nine knots per a remarkable it is safe to one that has never been equaled by any The govern mont of tho United States may congratulate itself upon the fact that it possesses ut least four modern which in design and seaworthiness are tho peers of anything of their class MAKING TROUBLE FOR Home Puobto Who Aro To Snt Down Pueblo Indians of five villages in northern part of Bornalillo county are up In arms and work on tlie big ditch constructing by the Rio Grande Irrigation ami Coloniention com pany has Ixsn suspended owning to their warlike Saturday nlxty In dians appeared at the camp with their war paint They wero on horjobnck and rode four all The com manding warrior ordered Engineer Wiggln to leave with his outfit No Wlilto Hrhfimn tor They said the Rchemes of the white men were of no use to the and they wanted work stopped at The engineer pleaded with but they wore stubborn and turned a doar oar to all hla Seeing that it was useless to argue and fearing bloodshed tho engineer sus pended He then came to the city and telegraphed the situation to Governor Price at Hanta the warriors on horse tho hills wore alive with on foot with their rlfleg and ready for an The affair is seriously to be re for the company has already ex pended a large amount of RETURNED TO Tho Strike on the Mackey Syitem 9atlt fnctorlly committee representing tho strikers on tho various lines of the Mackey system held a long oonfor enco with Mackey Sunday night resulted in a settlement of all their difficul Tho conference was concluded shortly after 11 when a satisfactory agree ment was signed by both and tho men returned to work Monday Neithertho railroad officials nor the em ployes will say on what basis the adjustment of the differences was Notified All Along the What appeara to be tho most reliable re port regarding tho matter U thatit was agreed that Hurd would continue in the office of innstor of transportation until a stated whioh would give htm suffi cient time in which to straighten up the bus iness of tho when he i would be suc ceeded by kome one and until his suc cessor was appointed Mackey should iave personal control of the men in regard to employing or The strikers at nil points on the system were notified to return to Another Chapter Added by the to It Tho Opera HOUHOM ut Italian opera sea son closed with tho presentation of Tho Harbor of Bevillo at tho Auditorium Satur day afternoon and tho largest audience yet gathered in that immense hall bade Fattt good Every seat was occupied and at least persons stood through tlio eutlre The lliiuuciu results of tho Chicago season aro jlievod to be unex ampled in tho history uf gnuul The total receipts for tho four two Tho house Haturilay afternoon represented Manager of the has nrruiifjud with and Urau for another week of Italian opera beginning March Sang HlH peculiarly pathetic in cident marked the elosiiiKiif the life of Alon the wellknown Huston bari who recently died with typhoid AH he lay on his cot in the hospital breathing his lust a sudden inspiration nocmodto reviv ify to tho womlel of he sat up right in his conch ami began to sing in his familiar roliimt voice one ol far iirito op eratic Jle never Rung with more feel ing jr with more beauty of The song was Niing from IxKliiliing U the last notes died and just an hoy ciulixl tho Hinder fell back In his Jleart failure had middenly curried away hla brunth of life and silenced his voice Itiirned with Mullen valvo in the huyli of llilliMiinjrtoiis foundry WHS pulkul wide open ISulunliiy ami an a big ensling to be made considerable in was Hy some accident the river of inolleii iron forth upon the The lake uf lire caught nevcrul who wero liadly Patrick ItaiToU no horribly that he will r itnil FliCinuii local freight train of leu cars on the Hoiilh riill road collided on UIN caul VVentJiiore Mouday mornini with a freight rain I twenty iuis running Engin eer HluU mid Kiromau of Del IOWH worn kllleil on the local freight mid othern wo reportmi Tho iooo motives and uumbor of wore Suffocated by NEW aged of 300 Eighth and Mary aged of 74H Sixth went to Saturday night in the bedroom of tho former and Monday morning Mury was ound dead and Lizzie dying from the effects of gas which in sonio manner bad been left on but Lizzie was taken o tho Now York the lodging house of Baker in Kueeland Sunday an aged who had called himself of was ound dead in having boon suffocated y escaping which had boon left turned From papers found it is thought he was of either Brockton or Wore Labor Ticket at commit eo of the county organization of the Juion Labor party had a meeting Sun day afternoon and decided to put a ticket in the Held at tho approaching city An effort will be made to secure the coopter ation of trades unionists and the United Labor party being composed largely of Knights of The committee also decided to make an aggressive fight On the city light maintaining that Milwaukee should own and control its own electric light Bear End ColllHlon In DBS 7 accident on the Rock Island road Saturday night re sulted in the Injury of several persons and the destruction of several The aool dent occurred between lialcolm and Brook in Poweehiek It was a tailend collision between two freight the fog being sc denso that the engineer on the sec ond train could not distinguish the red light on the first section until too late to prevent an The injuries were not danger though some wero pretty Governor Hill Ballot Hill his annual message to the legislature Saturday It contains only about onefifth its original Muoh space is devoted to ballot re form and to reapportioument of the election dUtrlctaof the Regarding ballot re Governor Hill says that be baa never been opposed to it In ho believes in Ho takes tho two bills known as tho Llnson bill and tho Saztou and finds some er rors and many good Failure of a Ileaper N Wlilteley luofiuxacturars of the Whiteley who occupied the largest building devoted to the manufacture of agricultural implements in the wont into tlio hands of a receiver The petition was prayed for by twelve representing an aggregate indebtedness of Warren Kelfor was ap pointed receiver and gave bonds in the sum of of the waan Had one for Sierra Six of the seven unfortunates who wore killed by the enow glide lout Friday wero laid in tlwir All danger from another for the pres ent at is as the loose snow is fast NejfriMii leaving Month ent Hoy of tho Atlantic Coast nays that during tho last wook his road haw car ried over nogroes to They lire almost ail aMobodlod and many have their wivos and children with A Historical Kedimnliin copy of a miult in thn Louisiana soconslon con vention by JUIIIOB Talaforro opposing to cession I HIM boon received horo and framed anil hung in llio governors olllro beside LouUlumiH original nniliiunoe of Frozen to Doutli lu Jiia Oncar of thin was frocun to death Fiiduy near Lake while walking from the railway station five ml lea across the country to tho where ho had Iron con ticitcd a hotel for noveinl HE TRIES TO TAKE HIS OWN After Taking n Large DOM of Poison lie n Gash In Throat with n Pocket Inquest on KnlfTon Iluffitlo Society Woman Bulnml by Frankln Trag whose wife was chloroformed tho other made an unsuccessful attempt upon his life early Monday With his pocket knife ho mode a gash three inches long in the right side of his throat from which he bled Before cutting himself ho took a large doso of but ho in still alive and it ie thought that ho will Doctors Shepherd and Cooper wore sum and hod no trouble in staunching the flow of aS jugular vein had not been The cut in tho throat was four inches but the wrist wound Was Owing to largeness of the doso of it acted as an emetic and was nil thrown The Inquest The inquest in theKnlffon murder case was to have begun at 10 oclock in the and several hundred persons were gathered about the court house at that The cor had decided to allow no one but witnesses to be and for a time it was proposed to exclude hours wero spent by the jury in diecusslng whether or not to do but the inquest was finally odjournod until Wednesday without The not being admitted to the court moved on to the Knlffen residBnco and mossed ao thickly in front of thn house that a squad of police was ordered to tho Declares lie Is Kniffen has just submitted to an in in which bo said that he attempted to take his life because of public feeling and because of tho suspicion against He de clares that he is innocent of any knowledge of tho counsel for Miss says that if the jury decides to exclude reporters from the inquest he will tell them that tho action is illegal Franhln an NEW the who after killing his wife and child in the little house in the rear of 180 Maujer killed had been preparing for the tragedy for a long He had great hopes for the success of a revolution by and when the Chicago anarchists were hongod lost hope and said be considered it a sacrifice of princi ple to live During tho trial of the Chicago anarchists Frankin went to Chica He said ho gave up every dollar he hod toward their and when they were hanged he said his bost friends had been and from that moment ho wanted to take his own lifa One Hundred Acres Of Adjoining Upper with House containing10 and other Will be sold for little more than mortgage now upon the Sale Must be all 8SF Partis deriring to invest in jarm VgUtVtrufr cannot do belter than invetti this out of the eheap BSTcst ever offered awund Property will and mutt be BELLE IJovrrmir IIKind the from tuys tbat Hoard his tntire iumily are down with the A Victim of Strong of the sad dest caoes brought to tho attention of the authorities is that of the handsome daughter of a wellknown family who has frequently been arrested of late for Her parents finally caused her and appre ciating her disgraceful she volun tarily signed the It was but before she was picked np on the streets again helpless from This time her relatives a more severe punishment and who wns ouoe the pride of a happy home and a much sought after ity is now the inmate of tho ino asylum for Altorud the manager of t lie River and Rail has been charged by Secretary of the with forgery and tho appropriation of 000 of tho concerns funds to his own The allegation is that Leach altered the con tract between himself and the company 90 that he was able to draw more for his services than bad boon agreed Murdered by If onto FOBT Jan band of horse thieves ambushed a camping party consisting of three two women and four children in a canyon near Chihua hua Saturday and shot and killed two of the The murderers told the remainder of the party that they supposed them A military guard was sent to arrest the Mex and It captured hoy will be summari ly dealt Dontt Want Detectives at re ceived from Bornwell say two northern de arrived there last look After the governors reward for tho ap proheiwlou of the butthey ie ccived no The citizens resented the and the detectives were ad vised to move They moved on and wero kept That Unfortunate Allen the heiress who was uductod six weeks but has lately been living at tho residence of her guardians was ab ducted again Hundny night in almost pre cisely tho Name manner us two men grabbing her while she stood In front of tho hurrying her into a cab and driving her a WiiKiit Ilquul tv the the llttto town of near this city Satur William Minor undertook to kill his but was duiturhwl by bin Mort who dufended tho mother and broke Minora loft arm and hla injur ing him t In n brotco into tho Roman Catholic church Sunday ulgiit and carritxl off tiio stiver umxl In tho wrv broke moot of the vlUir ornumenUi a d otherwise UiseiinUxt tho suorod There Is no clow to tho iwrpotratoru of tho Clunoly FelluwtiU Her Christina ugwl Ul diod suddenly Sun day Her huntxuul died Saturday She luwl just come out of the room where her hubbuuds romiUns lay wlmn she won taken with a fiiinthig spoil anil ex pired EVERYTHING OUR STOCK CURTAINS and CURTAIN C1 Is now complete nnd on exhibition In our It IB THE HANDSOMEST AND MOST ATTRACTIVE ASSOBTMBNT OF GOODS IN THIS LINE EVER BROUGHT TO It will do you good to look It over whether you buy or Hut tie attracMems are s great and the prices so reasonable that wo do not bolfovo you can resist them The TJTfTTCIOPT C1 this season Is particularly Tho in beU JJJLbU OOUlJO Tapestry arc beautiful and Tho TTVmTD A TITO areall specially and tho range for selection so wide as lljt AL N iS te Our qnjf AppO t ust what are needed to reentcevple A 1 r stock than over of TJTTQCJ In White P Sheop n n ac ear i CLOTHS and LINOLEUMS In great CURTAINS andoUBCAIK f DTrnci IlUliOi PMUVXH UVER 700 KINDS AND SIZES f now TO I HAVE NO HESITATION IN EEC OM MENDING Garland Stoves and THEIR HIGH REPUTATION FOR ECONOMY OF ARTISTIC FINISH STAMPS THEM AS THE JSost irL tlao It is the constant aim of the manufacturer lo make very Best SUye that tail be THEY ARK Sold only by Third Telephone JMuiUUii with tlio llrothurliuoilt tho Kuyu lie in with the brotherhood hiiart ami souL When J uiu roiidy will afjUx my signature to ti Bwtuu club ecu Cold Weather Calls for Warmer And so I would slate to those in Need to Call and Examine my Stock of Uffl And many other things which tend to make a person Comfortable in Cold At Prices to Suit   

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