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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - January 8, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                vj ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH VOLUME WEDNESDAY JANUARY NOM77 Enos The Dowager Empress Augusta Called OTHER FOREIGN NEWS OF Fniirrnl riollmn of the ForostGate A flroiit Ulnzo lit llriiMtilii Bishop OCnllnifhiinii Ailvlce to Young Tho Lntest News CuncnrnlMK 1utnrn linlnhlavn lie tons Who Should Ho Irovldnd Tho physicians attending the Downgor Empress Augusta report her condition us She has Buffered a re Inpso and her respiration IB attended with great The Emperor the DR ENOS announces that he has established in a building purchased for the u purpose a SANITARIUM for the OF ALL CURABLE BOTH MEDICAL and Etta 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 and is near the Union The building is and arrangements are as perfect as is possible from a knowledge of sanitary science and the requirements of such an Electricity in all its forms Oxygen and its compounds are provided as may bo required by pa in addition to such other treatment as may be deemed A LARGE SOLARIUM For Son Baths and exercise in cold and inclement is Bach patient is thoroughly examined by and receives his daily personal 3NTOW O FOR THE RECEPTION OF For further information address ENOS at the George and Third corner of JULIUS Importer AND WHOLESALE DEALER IN and The most Celebrated Brands of KENTUCKY WHISKIES free and in bond 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 erer 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 HARPERS WBBKLT liaa a wollostabllsliod place as leadlnjr Illustrated nowspupor In Tlio falnioss of Its editorial on current politics earned lor It tlio respect and confldonco of nil im partial and tho variety and excel lence of literary wlilcli include aerial and uliort stories by tlio best nml most popular nt It for tlio perusal of poo niifot tho widest range of tastes and pur Tho WBBKLY supplements ure of re markable and Iso expense is spared to bring the highest or dor of artistic ability to bear upon tlio illus tration of the changeful phases of home and foreign A Mexican from tho pen of Thomas will upponr in the In HARPERS PER MAUPKRS HAKlKKB UAKlBHB SABIKBS YOUNG f froo to an BubserlDurs In tlio Uni ted or The Volumes of tho ImKln wltn tlio OrstNumbarfor January of each When no time is subscriptions WJH begin wltn the Number cumwt at time ifounifvoumiuiiof IIimienH for three venra In limit cloth will be wnVby postage or by fret of nxponso provliloil froittiu Ouuii not Mooed one dollar tor for each hultablii for binding will be sent by on receipt of liemlttancos should bo made by ostofflie Money Order or to avoid chance of are not to copy this ndvor UMUiorit without the cxproiw on lor ijf I riB A iiAHiitu New KLUNK UNDERTAKE DKALKU IN ReadyMade Metalic Caskets And Burial For Gntlomon and Office and Shop on State Oyor Harts Uvery Will attend and Ilopolrlng SUTTEK UKATJCU6 IN FINE AND COMMON A Full and Complete Stock Always on Do uot Fail to GIVB us A Ho fore O0U PUKNITIWK UOOMB AUK OM State oonosite DOWAGER EMP11EB8 From Photo Takxn in their two older and the Duke mid Duchess of Baden are at the bedside of ihe Count von Moltke left the at Ho seemed much The dowager empress expired at Her Death Tho Dowager Empress Augusta was the widow of tho aged Kaiser mother of Emperor who succeeded the latter only to die of cancer in the throat after a reign of a fow and grand mother of tho present The death of her venerable husband affected her and it was predicted at the time of its occurrence that she would not long sur vive MISCELLANEOUS FOREIGN lags of the from Yokohama state that four survivors of the American ship Choseborough have arrived thero and give the following particulars of the loss ol the vessel The while on a voyage from Hakodadl for New York with a cargo of was driven ashore by a heavy gale on the Japanese coast She soon broke and several of tho crew wore killed by tho falling Others were blindedby the fell into the surf and were Sixteen perished in all Tho four survivors who managed to escape to the were well treated by the Japanese supplied with shelter and and finally found their way to Tlio Choseborough is a tota Victims of a burial of the vic tims of tho Forest Oato pauper school fire took place The ceremony was wit nessed by an immense crowd of people and scenes attending it wore touching in tho The bodies were encased in coffins exactly similar in stylo and were followed to tho burial place by hundreds of children whose genuine sorrow at tho death of their former companions was manifested by tears and sobs which elicited responsive manifesta tions from many of their At the graves the children sang appropriate hymns with impressive Au Irish Bishops of addressing an assemblage of young stated that he was aware of a secret revolutionary society in Ireland numbering many residents of Cork m its Ho warned his hearers against identifying themselves with this or any similar organiza tion and particularly counseled them against becoming in any way connected with or lending thoir countenance or sympathy to any political society or faction whose objects and methods wero not entirely open and ac cessible to public Said to be an correspondent of the Times at Lisbon telegraphs that another note from Lord Salisbury was delivered to the Portuguese government which is believed to threaten an immediate rupture of diplomatic relations unless satis faction is at once given for tho action of Serpa Tho cabinet sat immediately after tho receipt of the and charged Benhor demos with tho duty of sending a reply at Horrible Scitmo lit a the mur derer of an old woman at was hanged at Warwick When tho body foil Ibu noose opened an old wound caused by a attempt at Ruicidu by Higghibotlian by cutting his and tho spurting over the as Tim sight was canning sev eral jwoplo to Mori About doubt Is now cast upon tho report of the massacre of Pe Donhanlt wires to tho Kmlii relief committee that he lion received from addrowiod to tho letters which are of a later dae than that of tho ro ported which wero written at i placoon Potent route buyond that at which it reported ho was lef that Onmail employers must eventually rant privileges to tlio workmen equivalent to those enjoyed by English espe cially in regard to Donlh of son of the celebrated Irish novelkt and himself a scien tific electrician of was found dead in his bed Monday morning The doe xjrs say death was caused by heart THE Proceeding In Ilnth of the Na tional WASHINGTON the ton ate Tuesday Faulkner Introduced a bill to provido for the worlds fair at Washington In Harris Introduced a bill to suspend tho operations of tho sinking fund laws uutU further order of congress Voor liees offered a preamble and resolution call ing ou tho department of Justice for informa tion as to instructions issued to United States District Attorney Chambers at In and reciting tho report that Chambers hud interfered to prevent the ar rest of Dudley on a charge of violat ing the laws at the last presidential Morgan then addressed the senate on But lers bill for the emigration of colored people from tho House In the house Tuesday the speaker stated that In accordance with the resolution of Monday he had administered tho oath of of fice to McComos Maryland Of fered a resolution that the house go into committee of the whole to consider the Dis trict of Columbia appropriation committee to be governed by the rules of tho last and Brockenridge of Ken raising the question of an debate Funeral of funeral of who was mysteriously mur dered a few nights took place A large crowd of people surrounded Den tist Kniffens After the coffin had been placed in tho hearse Khlffenhurried down the steps and entered a He was very pale and did not even glance at the angry but kept his eyes cast His overcoat collar was turned hiding a scarf that covered the slight wound mode in his sensational attempt at suioide A detective quickly followed him into the A moment after this carriage hod been driven away Miss looking very pretty iu a becoming tripped down tho apparently regardless of un friendly glances bestowed upon She lost no time In entering a and a detective and her brother David stepped in after Other friends of the family fol and the cortege moved rapidly Nominated to the WASHINGTON presi dent sent to tho senate Tuesday the follow ing nominations Of receiver of publicmoneys at Taylors Everett of South to bo Indian agent at Yankton George of to bo sur veyor of customs for the port of Iowa David of United States marshal for tho southern district of Also the following postmasters Il Aledo Ottawa Frank Mount Morris Macon City Will iam Oencsee John Efllngham Jorseyville Maroa Carlysle Newton Cobden Carbondale South Dakota The Jour nals special says The leglsla ure of South Dakota convened Tuesday aft ernoon at 2 One hundred and sixty if the 109 members wero As the organization was perfected last fall thero was little preliminary excitement outside of a diligent canvassing for the minor offices which have not yet been Governor Hollette postponed the delivery of his annual message until Economy in all ts phases will be the strong of the The Prohibitionists a strong obby present and will do their utmost to secure aa ironclad prohibitory Death of the Slayer of Million aire DlHpiiHltlon of Ilirlnlmi section of tho iminidpa after cojwluwatlon of tho meniiH to rid tho city of tho nuisance of ndvlsod that tho government li agricultural colonies In different parUi of France to which iiiunUtcuiui may bo Mint and made to work for their own sup 11 ill uU Ilk vu Manchester ChroiJ clu pulilinlnS a 1M of thosurvlvorxof twouty of tho rauli and 111 of tint Ualuklavu uarouB showing that they am ritluir in tho work HWiicpini or are vutfrailU vrhilit other imrviviiiK olllcws aru amply pro vldwl OITIIUIII Lubur Troii KrcuU tho labor oxpreinwi tho be Dcmofrutlo Senators from 1 Democrats mot Tuesday noon in joint Diligent efforts on the part of Clarkes friends Brought out a and on tbe first bal lot Clarke and Maglnnis were elected Demo cratic senators from Montana by a vote of 87 Clarke was the presi dent of the late constitutional convention of is a wellknown banker and mine owner of Martin Ma innis has repeatedly represented Montana is a delegate in Killed on the 17 years a son of William was struck and instantly killed at Tues day morning by the 0 fast mail on the Michigan Central He waa on his way to a slaughterhouse to seek Ho stopped off tho eastbound track to gat out of tho way of a when the incoming mail train struck completely severing his bead from his Hlg Fire at theater and bourse hero wore destroyed by Ore Tuesday morn Only the bare walls of tho buildings For a time it was thought that tho fire would destroy the block in which the theater and liourso wero but the fire men saved tlio Hotel Central and other ad jacent buildings and rescued tho of tho Nobody was nor was anyone A tlomptoil Tmln LITTLK attempt was mode Monday to wreck a freight train on tho Iron Mountain rood In tbe deep rock one mile south of The engineer saw a negro throw a very large oxchulu across the Tho engine jumped the rails and was twlly No one was in Tho negro U supposed to be a charged Thrii Men NKW laborera wcro engaged in tearing down tho old Long Inland railroad machlno shop In Long Island tho walla Charles the and Hoboltold aud were instantly rirn nt In theinornlng Ore iu building Ill West Baltimore canned a Joss to Hoyd notions mid white of hilly in New lurk logUlatuio met at 1 oolook and after swearing In the new ilUuitrs liuteued to the reading of tho CALLED BEFORE A HIGHER Hannah WM Drugged and Ruined by the Mnn 8he Pannes Away In the Toning Prison Alter B Lingering Surrounded by Mother and of Murder of Her NKW Hannah the murderess of Millionaire Stephen died at 0 oclock Tuesday morning in the Toombs The killing ol Pot who was secre tary and treasurer of the Brooklyn Elevated oc curred lest The weapon used was a 88cali doubleaction All five chaihbersweTe dis and al bullets took Pettus had just left the ferry wien richly dressed and thickly stopped behind him and began Three shots entered his body to the baokbofbre he could such was the rapidity with which the desperate woman Two More After turning Pettus mode a vain attempt to elude womans anil she fired tho ball entering his The fifth Mtd last ball entered Pettus face on ths right making a ghastly The Victim then staggered and foil dead on the while the woman with the re volver In her hand stood speechless until the oflloer arrested A few years before Pottus had drugged ruined the and when she appealed to him to right the wrong he only laughed at Her disgrace so preyed upon her mind that she determined to take the life of her Southworth had been constantly ill since her The Removed from the deceaseds Murtto and George South worths two were with her when she The deceased was 80 years of McGee and Chetwood attended he murderess dur ing her illness which practically commenced upon the day that she jommitted tbe mur Tho coroner panted a permit tor the removal of the body on the strength of Chetwoods certi ficate of which stated that STEPHEN it resulted from heart failure and zenoral Tho remains were taken to Martins Lafayette Martin Boutbworth formerly resided there with her brother and his The body will be encased m a metalliclined casket and temporarily buried in Greenwood on In the early spring it will bo taken to LouUviJle and interred in the fam ily Martin is entirely prostrated by her daughters Was Datormlnod to even ing ft a made a desperate but futile effort to put on end to his life by having a train on tbe Terre Haute and Pe oris railway near run over Ho was observed by farmers lying on bnUevlhg him attempted to seize but he flourished a knife at saying that he was deter mined to commit Bad they wore afraid to molest Knowing it was nearly train time the farmers reported the case at the the trainmen were noti and tho train approached tho prostrate man and tho men wore obliged to resort to violence in order to get him off the Ho said that he had lost all his friends and waa determined to and apparently was in his right End of a Remarkable Parker was found dead to a south side saloon It WM tho striking end of a remarkable for years one of the most eminent preachers in the Methodist church m Now York he became R drunkard and an wan dered to and again joined the His reformation lasted a during which ho did editorial work and demomtratul groat His last fall was all efforts of friends proving Ho leaves a family in 1orUlilxl In the a moll with a companion started on snow shoos to carry mail to a distance of night About two miles from Washington McLnod began to His companion draggix and carried him to within half a milu of the town and went for Ho returned with a party of cltl aud found McJxxxl still breathing hut he died shortly The two men had lost their and lnul been traveling In a circle for irtu One Hundred Acres Of Adjoining Upper with House containing 1O and other Will be sold for little more than mortgage now upon the Sale Must be all Purliet desiring to invest in jarin cannot do better than inveiti this one of the KSpcst ever offered armttul Perfect Property willdnd must be 310 BELLE EVERYTHING OUR STOCK CURTAINS and CURTAIN Is now complete and on exhibition In our II I THE HANDSOMEST AND MOST ATTRACTIVE ASS OP GOODS IN THIS LINE EVER BROUGHT TO It will do you good to look It over whether you buy or But the attractions arc ifreat and tho prices so reasonable that we do not believe you can resist DTJTTOOrT C His season Is particularly The doslgM In JJllU OOLLO Tapestry are beautiful and The Tttrrm 1 specially anil the rango for selection so wide as 11N 13 Our A Trn anTTATJfC u st what are needed to A larger iHtl OU UxiltlJO stock than over of Cj la Whit snoop Skin Hear Skin IbUVJOi OLOTU8 and LINOLEUMS in great CURTAINS andOUBCAIJf UVCn 700 KIN03 AND SIZES FROM TO THE CtNUINE DEAH THI3 I HAVE NO HESITATION IN RECOMMENDING Garland Stoves and Ranes THEIR HIGH REPUTATION FOR StBlne for Chicago commit too having in charge the erection hi Lincoln park of that city tho monument of Grant viewed tho oquostrairi stotuo of tho grout hero upon which Louis Cin oiiuiatls has IKJWI at work for two Tuny pronounce the work a complete Kwblsso will rooclvo for hU The which in only In plan ter at will bo sont it will be cast In lirouztv Tho HiOiool compul sory school low was put to tho test huro Mon and Jnno who kept her boy at home bocauuo in NO poor that be has to assist In earning tholr ii In PJvo dollars anil was tho penalty atr and tho poor uuablo to wan put Into Duvlt NKW Jnlfor son David her Inn Ilind left his mcmoirn in Mich Kliajw Hint thiy aro readily proiiureil by two uuder III ready for pub lication in u ECONOMY OF ARTISTIC FINISH STAMPS1 THEM AS THE in tlio It is the constant aim of tbe manufacturer o make very Best Store thai etm be THEY ARE Sold only by Telephone 32 Cold Weather Calls for Warmer And so I won state to those in Need to Call and Examine my Stock of And many other things which tend to make a person Comfortable in Cold At Prices to Suit f I k I j   

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