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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - January 10, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON DAILY VOLUME FRIDAY JANUARY 179 JACKSONS MY Anniversary of the Battle New Orleans HOW IT WAS OBSERVED AT CHICAGO Enos ENOS announces that ho has established in a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the BOTH MEDICAL and Hia experience during many years lias 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 audits compounds are provided as may be required by pa in addition to such other treatment as may be deemed A LARGE SOLARIUM For Sun Baths and exercise in cold and inclement is Each patient is thoroughly examined by and receives his dally personal KTo FOE THE RECEPTION OF For further information address ENOS at the corner of George and Third JULIUS AND WHOLESALE DEALER IN and The most Celebrated Brands of KENTUCKY WHISKIES free and iu A SPECIALTY IMPORTED Cognac Holland Irish and Scotch Cherrj 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 nt 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 HAEPEES UARPina WBBKLT has a wollictiilillsliot1 place iu tue loading Illustrated nuvvspii In Thu fairness of Its cdltorla comments on current politics Inn oariunl for It tho respect and conlUUmco of all Im partial and tho variety and lonceoflU literary which Inrlndu and short storlus hv tlio bust and most PQElilar flt It for tlio perusal of poo plo of tho widest range of tastns mid pur Tlio suiipliiments aro of ro inarkablo and Mo oipouso Is apixrud to lirliin thu hlglicsl or der of artistic ability to bunrupon tho Illus tration of the changoful phases of homo and foreign A Mexican from the pen of Thomas will appear In tho in HARPERS PHB HAKlKHB 00 EUUlUHH 4 IX HAIUKKH t 00 IIARIKKS VOUNU 00 IDBtago froo to all suhucrlljors In tho Uni ted or Tho Volumes of tho bcKln wlUi tho first Number for January of oach When no time Is subscriptions will bocln with the Nuuibor current at limn of rucoTpt of VoluiiiuK of lUiirKiis three yours In noiit cldth will bo sent by pustaKo or by of wxpenso provlilid I lie freight IICM uutaxodod ono dollar per fur per Olotli Oasis for ouch sullaljln for binding will bo sent by on receipt of Ituiulttancei should lio miiiln by rnstoincx Money Order or to avoid clmncn of Newspaper are not to copy this advnr tlstmont without the nxpmss ordir uf HAH lBU A AildroHs Naw ITS STOPPED Marvttuut Iniane Purions UUEAT NERVE k Nllivu iTisuBlH Only Atrw fin ut If UkCU II J L TnttlHtud IJlilal hulllu frcw lo fit pnyinji vtitrKvi on tiui wltvn anil viiinui ftililriui uf Ml Arch IU1T4TMO KLUM DKAL1CU IN ReadyMade Metalic Caskets And Burial for Gntlomon anil Office and Shop on State Over Harts Uvery Will attend Job Work and Repairing to 8UTTER IN FINK AND COMMON 4 Full and Complete Stock Alwayt on Do not Fail to GIVE us A Ho fore OUIt KlIUMTUUIC KclOMti AltIC UN State ooooaito A Auillcnro Adilrpgecil by tile Hun Imotnr of linn u I rliiid of til Hero of New Glvix Snino Icr Nniuil ItriiiliilniTiircH Olvliriitlnn tho Ony Nunlivlllo nnil Jackson wna apotheosized UHBW ut Contral Mimic hal Wednesday Tho Andruw Jacksoi league held its third annual celohration o the anniverairy of the battle of New Or which was JucktonB am WaH HO celebrated Wednesday Th celebration was also for tho benefit of th Ladies Hermitage association which has mode a Mecca of the generals homo at Natih On tlio front edge of the plat form stood the desk on which Prosldeu Jackson signed the message that vetoed tht bunking bill and created a greater xliticu disturbance tliaii over followed any other presidential Near tho desk was n mahogany table on which Jackson wroto his letter accepting his election a president of the United Btates in anil banners drapped Uie but other wise tho house was as unostentatious In its decorations as tho famous old warrior was in personal Prominent People Proneuti On the platform wore exSenator Doolit Judges and Frender exJudge Bar and speakers of tho The Infantry band fllled the air with patriotic melodies while the people wore Henry Mitchell welcomed the audience with an address and tho Lotus quartette en tertained it with some excellent The Proctor of tho orator of tho was then intro and delivered an eloquent eulogy on the hero of Now The Benjamin Patton was intro duced as the lifelong friend of Patton was a very largo framed old He gave some reminiscences of Andrew Reminiscences of It was my gotfd fortune in my young manhood to enjoy tho regard and good friendship of this great said Pat He gave me rny best start in and in tho lino of my The influence of his example has walked like a faithful sentinel by my side through About tho time of completing my col lege course my father gave me enough money to go to Washington to soo President Jack son In going to tho capitol to bo Installed ho did not go in a gilded car attended by outriders and servants in He did not ride at He most of tho time There was a large assemblage of eople to see the stern old patriot and hear his inaugural It was as quiet and a meeting in a country Yet it was grand In its It was an occasion Of which tho country might well be Websters Attack on the But if the event woe of great simplicity tho oath ho took was carried out with fide Tho rights of all the people wen guarded with zealous My duties ofte called mo to and one morning found myself seated with the old horo Websters speech hod just been printed In th It was a terrific attack o Jacksons He got me t read it aloud for him while he Bat in front o tho fireplace and smoked his He di not interrupt mo but Then he said I wouldnt earn what the fellow said if hec stick to tho He was not disturbed b what was said in that masterly H had faced greater Put an End to a When ho said the Union must and ghal bo there was a party plotting against the Tho utterance o those words was equivalent to swords leaping from their Nothing further was over heard of the con Shortly after that I dined with htm ai tho White I felt tho honor of sit ting at the table of a man whoso fame was but I also anticipated meeting a beautiful young a member of the pres idential whom I had met at the Hermitage on tho beautiful Cumberlanc The table was not loaded with preo loiut It was a humble feast such ag a prosperous farmer might have sat on hie table As I ho invoked tho divine blessing before proceeding with the During tho meal an Incident oc curred that embarrassed and I shall never forgot tho gentle tact with which he came to my Tho Note WIIH His will was and ho seldom erred in lils Where justice and truth wore at one side ho knew no such word as Ho nut only maintained tho strictest integrity in his own but with all with whom ho came in Corruption did not darn nhmv Its little In You may romember mi incident of a government employe refusing to pny his board Ho gave his mile and refused to pay Tho woman to whom he gave it took it to Jnclcson and explained tho onuseofnur Ho wrote his name across tlm Hhow that to ho If he does not pay coma buck to Of course tho noto was A Favorite of tlio Two noble and rollnod English ladles who spent KOIIIB time as innmtos of tho White House could not llnd words to express their admiration for the gentle manners anil po lite courtesy shown thorn by tho old Tho honors shown him by the ladies of New was ohctod of the Jackson nnd among tho Vide presidents arn Dimlit mayor of and of Obaorviinre Tho Ftilmoutk club celebrated Jackson day by a dinner at which Putnam and other prominent Democrats Letters of regret were read from Urovcr Cleveland ani other lead ing members of the day was celebrated here by a brilliant street display of the Order of There were seven illustrating episodes in the history of the IOWA AGRICULTURAL Ilepnrt of the Urnolutlons In DKH The annual meeting of tho State Agricultural HOclotJr was held here Tho report of tho John of was exceedingly According to his estimates the state produced in 1889 bushels of of of oats and of Tho average yield per acre was 41 bushels bushels 42 bush els 18 10 potatoes Chicago for tlm Fulr A resolution m favor of Chicago as the site for the worlds fair in 1892 was carried with of Fort who was for a long time a member of the state board of railroad suc ceeded in getting a resolution passed asking for a state law compelling railroad compa nies to use automatic but his reso lution asking for legislation against Sunday Tallin mot with so much ojrposition that it was withdrawn to save it from Spains Infant Monarch ing His Near THE PHYSICIANS HAVE NO Prime Mlnlntrr NngnMw at ttio lledilde ol Ilio Dying King Awaiting the though Not 4 Ynm Old He lint llren King of Spain Since the ol His Notes of Gen eral illness of the In fant king has assumed a most alarming During tho night he hud convulsions and high fever and is now extremely The royal physicians have if Orleans wcr enough to make him a gentle man if he hud not been The United States bank had boon carry ing matters with a high and it wan making long strides toward overthrowing thn Hut it mot with a linn in Its In its wrath it undertook to rnibh but it wasnt IHig hofnro tho tables worn iiinl ilm fortnnoN of ninny of its MluutTH wiiiv Luricd in Its minx THE DAY AT Ilirinunonl of tlm JViitlimul illllliNUII diiy was rclihrntid III Naxhvlllo by a grimd pro rcwinn In Hi nnd t hi del ivory of an mldivhf and unimiiiuit of tlm Niitloniil club at tho ilalo A banim t in honor of the Firs regiment National Hlito of wan given In th afternoon by Jore and at night H hlMtiirln ciMtumo mnptlon took plaoo ut tho Maitwcll undur tho ttus piuiN of tho JniJies Hermitage cloaod the of Wants tin Iiiv Tho following IB Tama Jim Wilsons wliich was passed That tho Btote Agricultural socl ity of the state of lown hereby petitions the senators and representatives In congress to iiiMen the fullest Immhies into the beef uid to enact such luws as will stop rebates on favorit sm by car companies and lunlHhment of all parties combined toffither xi prevent free competition in this great farm Killed by Vailing About Iclock Thursday morning the rear wall of Throop Avenue Presbyterian ivhith was in course of erection and which tad reached a height of thirtyfive was lown down by the high The vhich was sixtoeiiinches fell on the wostory frame house of Sarah her widowed Purdy with her wo aged 10 and and a son god 14 years and a boarder named Richard All of these persons were buried uu er the pile of wood and other fire department was colled out and with the assistance of the police suo eeded in rescuing alive all but David and Mary who were dead wheu token ho rescued persons sustained serious injur Ilaubed of Her missionary who has recently eon engaged at stopped Mesdoy night at the Crawford in lis on her way to she was going with to pay a mortgage on her When she re uruod to her room Tuesday night after sup r she found a man in tho who Im mediately chloroformed obtaining the Tho theft was not re ported until Bhe hod placed tho money under her pillow and loft hor room One Hundred Acres Of Adjoining Upper with House containing 10 and other Will be sold for little more than mortgage now upon the Sale Must be all SSflarties desiring to invist in farm auinot do better than inveiti out of the fier offered mill and be Fried Homily at Ind At 3 oclock Fri day morning fire broke out in the West In dianapolis hominy mills and at 4 oclock the immense covering a quarter of on was a mass of The mill was one of the finest and largest to the It was built by Hall but C Hall was the solo owner ef tho plant at tho time of Its The loss to him is particularly severe at this as the mflj was running on full time to catch up with which have beep unusually Tho loss is the insurance Can Not Get Over Th governors message was read to the legislature Wednes It condoms tho carrying of concealed anil recommends stronger laws to remedy the Reference is mode to tho BullivanKJlroln fight and disapproval of such ttcones an were enacted at Purvis lost July Is Tho state flnaaow ore in creditable Governor Lowery de nounces ua slanderous reflecting upon elections held in Mississippi since More Lund fur SPOKANE con ferenco between Coeur dAlone Indiana and of the government was held at Dee mot resulting in the signing of a treaty by which acres of the most valuable lands of tho Coeur dAlone reserva tion was convoyed to the United For several months boomers have been camping on tho borders of the ready to move on as EOOII as the treaty should bo Killed ut u Paul Tain which left Ooonomowoo at Wednesday evening struck a horse and wagon at a crossing near Nashotah dlllug Olaf JohiiHon and fatally Injuring his who died aliout an hour after tho ac Tho horso was also The crossing is a bad and the unfortunate ipln were unable to hear or tuo the aj jroachtng train owing to tholr mutlled up An Old Hnuil ut liu Henrietta lellair horaiwhipixxl Jean a hatter jf Mulberry street WcdiiMiday jhe dealt him half a dotcn exelalm Ill teach you not to Insult aj oucho broke away and the woman leisurely walked She fefused to glva an oxplunu 8ho wiw formerly a captain of the alvatlim and gained notoriety on wo occasions lout your y horsewhipping tVbtm III 1atoka river him rihou at 1111 alarming rufa during the hut twentyfour A truut of country twenty miles IOIIK by Ilmni to four tnlloti wiilo li Tho hmnch of tho air lino is overilowid iHitwewn hore and Two Miveral and a largo immUir of dwolNng housott are mrruundod by Hrnulnr Wilson The Duinocrut io 1iiiiNim ilmmluy renoinhmttHl UmUxl Htaton Kcimlor Wilson U succeed him Tin ilium of Governor Jackson wan not und was uoiuic by THE INT ANT KINO OK of his At 2 oclock Thurs iiy morning it seemed as though he was but he subsequently Senor the prime has been sum moned to the where he Is awaiting the Alfonso king of it the posthumous son of Alfonso He was born May and is therefore ibout 8 years and H months He was proclaimed king on tlte day of his hla imother being made queen FOREIGN Portugals Dispute with KuglnniL on official pa has a firm article on the subject oi Portugals dispute with It says thftt the Portuguese while will ing to negotiate In order to arrive at B propar will never compro mise its authority in Africa by retiring from tho Shire and that if tho Lon don press insists on this It is with the wish to fish In muddy waters for a pretext to oc cupy the coast The Dia concludes by stat ing that if forced to the extreme limits ol Portugal will invoke an inter national convention on the AngustaH Reichsanzeiger de scribes the last hours of tho Tbo grand duchess of It did not leave the bedside from Monday night until the recognizing her at a late Boomed surprised to see and said das guto She welcomed the emperor and empress upon their beckoned emperor to and said to the words being scarcely I may not kiss thee because of Collision on the Bristol line steamer LlaudafF from which had put back to port damaged by heavy nnd had again sailed for New was in collision Wednesday night with the steamer Vlront and sank near The crew of twentyseven men and Gore wore eaved and lauded at Bristol The Vlront was badly but remained The LlamlafT City car ried a vahiable Parnell Milken a in reply to the vote of tho Ennintown Ixjard expressing confidence in the ability of OBhea to sustain charges against him says The action of the hoard may bo more ad vaatogeoualy met with tho deadly weapon of sflont This I while ut terly and entirely denying all FInuueoB Worry Fruncla tho recent court din ner the Emperor Fraucla Joseph remarked that Uie financial condition of Europe caused him more anxiety that the political situa This together with rumors that the emperor favors a modification of the protectionist policy of counts some uneasiness on tho BELLE EVERYTHING OUR STOCK OF CURTAINS and CUR TAIN The Tapestry are beautiful and The specially and the range for selection so wide as ART UVCR 700 KINDS AND SIZES mow 10 Kxcltmnont ut dispatch from Zanzi bar tlutt there Is much excitement and conjecture thore over the constant arrivals of Hritlsh The British fleet now In those waters is said to bo tho largest ever Tho Olovulnml Strovt the Newton trial Thuivliiy one of the boys who fre queuUxl tho club IIOUKO In Cleveland made u confession corroborating the stories of immoralities praiticiMl A Oooo Tunur tenor lloncoul n He was onro famous and but dlixl in extriino Ohio Interest Is manlfostod in tho senatorial anil the lines are lioing clowily apparently without any change In tho Tho hoUl lobblm are fllled und tho candidate aro moving nlxnit nmong the 1hore Is b report that Thomas will try und com lilna on of but this apparently not alarm tlm llrlce as tlujy sny they have enough vototi to nominate their man cm thii MHKIIU bttllot ugitinst till Ullli thn mv rotary mid attorney of tho Chicago City HuvliiKu and Ixxtn with him alxiut bolonging to ilto aocl Tlmiii is nixid rcaMin for believing that Hcovllle IH nuw In Will Kuliniit tti luutliur workurs anil llic bosws havn to uuli init their diuput i alwiit to thu utato Uianl of iiililriitfon mid ubiile liy tho and it K iiuw liijxitl that thu truublo will Ut Raop I HAVE NOjKESITATION IN REGOMMENDING Garland Moves and THEIR HIGH REPUTATION FOR ECONOMY OF ARTISTIC FINISH STAMPS THEM AS THE IBojst in tlio It B the constant aim of the manufacturer o make rerr Best SUre that tan be THKT Sffld only by FLOSS dgtreet Telephone Cold Weather Calls for Warmer And so I would slate to those in Need to Call and Examine my Stock of And many which tend to make a person Comfanable ii Cold At Prices to Suit XQQ 1   

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