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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - January 14, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON 1AI TELEGRA VOLUME TUESDAY UAH 182 PLEADING FOR DM The Cronin Murder Case in Court BEGGS AS A SPECTATOR Enos Sanitarium ENOS announces that he has established in a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the BOTH MEDICAL and His experience during many years lias convinced him that all diseases can be managed more successfully in an institution of this und6r the constant supervision of the aud 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 trom 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 bn 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 hie dally personal FOR THE RECEPTION OF For further information address ENOS at the corner of George and Third JULIUS AND WHOLESAL and DEALER IN The most Celebrated Brands of KENTUCKY WHISKIES free and in A SPECIALTY IMPORTED Cognac Holland Irish antl 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 Ciniflilln liivltiH Ilin Acquitted AJun ti Sit Ihu Cmivlrtfil IrlnontTH Im tlio InvltiitliHi In Anodic Nngrii Shut ti llealli at S Six IIIHOIIITS Their Wiiy Oil of Jit II ut Snn IYiincId Branch of thr criminal court resumed Monday morning Homo of the Inmiliar features which it won during tho three and a half months of tlio Cronin Tho prisoners row hod txoi shortened by John K who for merly sat tit one end of tho was free Ills chair WBK occupied by Dun Coughlin The quintet had Iwcomca The four convicts Kcenied in The cer tainty of a lito in prison Bevmed U bo more agreeable to Coughlin and OHullivati than the liorr bio uncertainty tliat hung over them throughout the There was a audience but the promisee prosinoss of the arguments was no attraction for the crowds that thronged tho court dur ing the lust dajK of tho There was no blood in the air to draw the public to tho court Instead of tho notorious sus pects whoso crime was shrouded in mys the men in tho dock were commonplace HeggH Looks Just twfore tho judge took his seat John Beggs aud his Foster and came into Bcggs looked worse in appearance thnn when he was mak ing his duily visits to tho court room by com I just wanted to see how It looked from the other said When tho prisoners camo In they hook hands with those who were within Beggs shook hands with Beggs sat at one end of thn reporters Come in here and sit said Coughlin with a Tin inan who es caped the futc of his codefendants laughed and shook his States Attorney Longo accompanied by nud appeared for the and David ap peared for the A for When court was opened Forrest asked that the hearing of tho arguments be post xmcd for one It had been Forrest that Judge Wing was to have opened tho but he was sick and was out of the Forrest read a telegram from Wing at to tho effect that the train was delayed by tho storm and t hut tho judge himself was Judge Longonocker objected to this Forrest said ho was not prepared to pro ceed with tlie arguments under tlio circum Counsel for tho state opposed any Given Ouo DayH It was 11 oclock whou Judge Wing ar He said in reply to the court that if an adjournment were taken to Tuesday morning he would agree to finish in one Doimhoo said ho would ask two Aud Forrest quo rled tho There will Ixj no from Forrest un less I can have a weeks time in which t replied Judge McCon noil then said that ho would allow Messr5 Wins and Donahoo till 1 oclock Tuesday i which to pivsint their opening argument If the counsel for tlio state should reply nc dltioiial time will be given Donahoo an Wing to make their closing Cour then adjourned until 10 oclock HARPERS IlAniBKi has n welleutabllsluid place at tho leading Illustrated nuwsnimcr In Tliu fairness of Its editorial comments on currant politics has emnod for It tho respect and coiindonco of nil Im partial and the variety and oxciil loncoof Us lltorary which Includu serial nnd short stories liv tho best mid most popular fit It for the perusal ut poo of tho widest raiiKo of tnstus and pur Tho supplements uro of re markalilo and oxnonso Is spared to bring tho lilnhrst or der or artistic ability to boar upon the Illus tration of tho changeful phases of hume aud foreign A Mexican from the pen of Thomas will uppoar WBJCKLT in HARPERS IKH HARlItRfl u HAUIICUH 4 no UARJnUH 4 M ILARlKRM no true to all subscribers In thn Uni ted or Tho Volumes of Uio boKlu with tuo nrst Number for January of oacli subscriptions will Ijorln with tlio NumliiT current ul time of receipt of Hoimii Volumns of lUurEiiK fur three yiiurs In neat cloth will lie sent by postngo ly ox free of vxponso provided tlio fnlKhl nolexnoud onu dollur por fur IKI per Cloth Cases for muih MlltnhN fni binding will bo sent by on roeolpfof Itomlttttncos nhoulil bi iiiailn liy Iustuniio Monoy order or to avoid clmnco uf Newspapers nro not to copy this mlvor without the express onliiut lUii A Address Now Lucas Pfeiffen berger GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT AND MECHANICAL DUAUGIITSMAN Office on Third one doorwest of Tliird To any persons wlHliliiK to outaln patent new liupiovomwKs or 1 will execute drawings and specifi cations und make applications for 1atoiUs All In person or by frop Lucas SUTTEK DICAUUtH IN KINK AND COMMON I A Full and 1TIJ STOPPED Marvelom I KBIniiine Pardons NERVE rail Ilium Nriivt tun JIIT fttrn ill lul Tiitltltn mi ft li M bouiu riii lo 11 liny plying Kjiriu rliiivei UN when Hiinil tnil uf Complete Stock Always on not Fail to GIVE ua A Ho fore UDll IDUNITUKK ItOOMK AUK ON State oooosito Jull Delivery at San BAN prisoner one of whom was a condemned murdero escaped from the county jail Sunday mori and none has yet been Tin dug through three walls into a lower bath and thonco into a From this they broke through a weak chimney on gained The ringleader was Joh who murdered a man numod Co HUH in this was and wA awaiting the decision of tho supreme cour on Another oscapor was Eric Erick who robbed the States maili The others were Sullivai and all burglars and 1 was ono of tho must ingenious escapes ovo made us well as the Another Hum well party o masked men last took a colorei prisoner ohurged with burglary from deputy sheriff while on the way to the Hob Barnwoll tied tho negro tc a tree and shot him to The scene o tho lynching Is remoUi from a news cento and It is impossible at present to obtain fill details uf the turns out that thn negro was in of wit other nogroos and that thi party of ouo whito man mil nix who piloted the to a tied tin culpritti a knelt down am prayed anil thiii got uji anil shot the pris oner with a To JrlNon for EJUins the 1Jyearold buy who a week ago iiiur dired his father and in lilk this and miido a complete cuiilessioii oltho pleaded guilty bo fore the district now in hetuiun t munlur in thn llrst dogivn aud was Sat urday Mlitonml by Judge Hoyt to Imprison ment fur at hard at Young Elkins manifesUxl no feeling when tho sentence was He in uu duiibtiKlly tlio youngest criminal over fienUiiriil in this The judgo IIIIH or deiod that tin1 shall not Im given to tho owing to its sensational char A llulliil Hull TliiniiKli IIli DKS atUiriioon a Imy named Jusoph 14 years was futuid lying on the lloor of a miners cabin at In the Mnitlirni part of this with a biillit holn thruugli his IIo was fur several when ho cuuld HjMak nahl that a Dougherty liad Doiiuherty was uutlod iunnlug out uf tuwn early in 111 inliirml Ixiy was Htill but In nut tu HUccrH aro Marihing for tho probriblo iiiur A llulliil llilnlumdH M During a ivl Haluiday morning lliTimin UeUirich klclnil wito in Ilio Ktumiich lUtUHiilg pre miiUirc chilil The child died and tho mother is nut oipvetwl to live Talk Ing uf u Duet ut NiiW Tho HcayumB wiyb that a luil Is Im pending Uitwtou Attorney Lancral Hogg mid Commissioner IlalL The men havo been at variance for fome time and very tuTlinonioui correspomlctice was txclmnged last In which Hall In that hewns The air In full of ruuiJrs of a hostile 1luugod Into a Until North committed FuicMos SatiuMay evenltig by pliiiigiug hvadforniiKist into 11 ram fce waj a widow 50 of THE NOTES WERE A ttlch Ohlu Niime fraudulently Attnetiiid to u wealthsiron has discoved that paper bcariiiK signature amounting to has been placed In cir culation duiiiig the lust Ha learned that a uoto for with his name forged Lad beon offered in Last Mon day he received notice from the Northern National of of another Jorgwl notu lor drawn to order of Klinda But tho climax was reached when he received a inestagu from the Commercial National of that a note bearing his name for for warded from the First National of had been sent them for It was drawn to the order of Joseph Will Hunt the Parties Brown visited Cleveland and on seeing the note pronounced Ilka the a Who Blythe and Lamb are is Brown says lie never heard of and that not a dollar of his obligations is held outside of the Voundstown Brown was one f the founders of the mammoth iron plants aero of Bonnell and is a stockholder in tho Ohio Powder com Iowa Rolling Mill Ontario Rolling Mill and cither He is worth will hunt down the parties forging his Ilrotherlioocl Pluyers ut was brother flood day in Thore were more star players in the city than at any time suice tho of the and with a single excep ion they were all enthusiastic adherents of he players The exception was the pitcher of the le arrived In the city from 8an nd with him come the onJy Michael Angolo and Kelly said ho didnt ign aild Claikson said the league hod treated him well enough and ho couldnt onscientiously desert Kelly was par icularly hopeful of tho future of tho broth He said they had all tho star phry and of course the public would nd it Tho brotherhaod was boiiud to o a Kelly was accompanied by lira Kelly and the ue Mike dubs his only His Money for n a year go Robert of the Cedar Park Stock purchased the celebrated stallion Au for from Joseph Caven Slmp tho owner of The San Fmocisco reedor and Now Steol us parted with Antovolo for tho reported rice of This must bo very near 10 true for within ton dnys Steol refused on offer of in cash for tho nnd at that timo ho sold his price was Antovolo has been sold to Michigan and ho will bo taken to his new home at Antovolo Is a IJTOWB stallion by registered standard under all with a record of as 4yearold in a race against L She Velds to the Ultimatum of THE PORTUGUESE CABINET Struck n Rich Coiil noou Sunday the operators who have been sinking a coal shnft struck a vein of four foot and three inches at a depth of 850 The coal is of splendid The operators havo been at work about nix months and have expended about The citizens of Viuconnes Uavo been wntch ing the coal shaft with eager Interest for several When the vein was reached signal was to be given by the blowing of the whistle at the shaft At 8 the en gineer opened the whistle and tied It down and kept it whistling for Hundreds drove out to tho The city is pre paring for a ratification mooting Tuesday To Iluy Niivitln Pino number of including tho William secretary of tho havj formed a syndicate which ban In view tho purchase of tho piuo lands In the Sierra Nevada of California and tho im provement of tho gaino by making Uw tim ber accotwibla The BOUOUIO has not been divulged in oil Ha but it is stated that there Is an inuueuao amount of nearly behind Ttw tctiemu Involves some of tho most diflloult engmotr ing fcata over The California pine Is of a very superior Wutor WorkB water works at oro rendered en tirely UM loss by the The works are iituated on tho banks of tho tVhite four and the river has rinuj to such an extraordinary height that tho en gines and machinery lire wholly The town Is without flro Tho en jlntii of the and shojw could not bo iiipplied with and flftythrco engines were run into this city to get Nltik Kitting Members of the kllllur family in this city aro dangerously with Koine days ago Miller killed a and the family had been sausage made from An ixaiiiiimtiim of tho sausage shows tlmt It is ilive with trlehimuflH It in not hough any of tho family will Mail K Htmre In Union ownship Is in a of wild A dog jolongiuic to John BuutMu wont mal and ran lilting other ami stock for and Nivirly all tho dogs have btvn slnngh hut womeu and clillilren art kept at in anil the moil walk ikluut uitli ImtgUIIS Illld Mitrrinu of yoiiiigiwt itiplo over In this sUiU havo Just loon joined tlgiitliiT In Iavls Tho room Is John iigwl tlio ihin agul 11 years anil ll he paivnlK of tho children were present at lie The brido weighs only iitythrii rulliiri of u CoiU 14 The Nlblock Coal and lining an alignment Mon I tin liabilities nrj about The lii not stated but it IN thought they rn considerably Much KlclUinmit ut Oror DIP Ocrmnn Sailor Maltreated by Opportunity for tho Ulppcr Crime Neiir Syndicates aud American Forulgii mob composed of stu dents and others shouting Down with Mie ministry attacked the llritlsh legation They demolished the escutcheon on the building and wnashed tho The police were powerless to control They then broke Uie windows of the resi dences of tlio various members of the minis after which they of the Glynn English Satur day Imparted to Seuhor minister of foreign Englands ultimatum de manding tho recall of tho Portugese ofllclals and Uie xp xlltloiM of every kind from the UuJis uf tho beyond the confluence of tho and south of the Zam and froui If Portugal failed to reply in twentyfour tlio British would board tho Knchant and await at Tho king immediately convened a cabinet council to consider the Tim government replied to Minister Glynn Petit1 that Port yieJ ling to strong pressure from a power of the flrst being too weak to withstand would order the withdrawal of tho Portuguese from the Shire and Nashona wliile reserving all rights to tho Port ugese crown In those The Cabinet The cabinet has Senhor Piamen the liburalconservatSve voted with tho minority at tho meeting of the council when the demands of England were acceded The minority was in favor of evacuating tlie Bhlre but opposed tho other demands made by England unless tlmt country consented to submit the dispute to There is much excitement in the Crowds parade the streets nhout ing Viva Pinto and Viva Portugal English syndicates will shortly issue proposals for tubscrip tiuns to stocks and bonds of the following American companies Seventeen whisky distilleries in Kentucky and tio business of Yarr Bcott at all the brewurieu of Bloe hiohnoider and tho Port Royal Phos phate company of South An Opportunity for crow of a French steoinor at this port maltreatol a German who had boon sent ashore to lighten tho hawser of his steamer because of a coming Complaints mode about tho affair to the French ofllclals proved futile and tho Gorman consul has complained about tho matter to the authorities at Ber In It Jack tho Hipper body of an aban doned woman has been found at near with the throut cut and otherwise Tho crime resembles those committed recently In the Whitechape district of 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 Iuriitt desiring to in Jarm cttMKit do Minithan invenH one of theehetiji ever offend itrmmd Perfect flropcrty mill and must be BELLE EVERYTHING OUR STOCK OF CURTAINS and CURTAIN now complete and on exhibition In Salesrooms It IK THE HANDSOMEST AND MOST ATTRAOTIVB OP GOODS IN THIS LINE EVER BROUGHT TO ALTON Sullnhury Times nays The impudent attitude of Portugal required sharp Wo rejoice that Lord Salisbury was equal to tho FltzKeorRO I wife of the duko of Kncouruiflng Report from WASHINGTON of who hold confidential rela tions at tho capHnl for many yeurs with Sauiuol Koiidojl and who now boartt tho same relation to Wbit noy In called on Randall Sunday and an encouraging report of hla Ho nays Randalls health Ls not so bad as people havo boon led to bo Hid mind Is porfoctly clear and au tivo and ho closely follows nnd lively InUiretil In public Recently threw physicians made an examination at Ran dalls request and after consultation in formed him Unit ho WHH not sufTering from any Incurable disease and had a good pros poet of A Prominent Inillulllun FOIIT Will iam formerly state died at his rotiidtmeo In this city at agod 00 of actiUi lie wan of the mcwt prominent Demo cratic politicians in the At time of his death he wan president of tho Indiana Kclmol HiMk president of tho Halu monio Natural Oas and held many other and rejMiiiHible public Hsl All IIIHIIIHI KANKAH to Tlw Star from Atchixon says Henry a while Uliiporarlly in Biuiii torn bin clothing from his left his anil dlxupjHiuml in Uio storm Sunday It is suppoMxl that ho mid Unit hit Uidy lliH liuvlixl In a unowilrift An of inrdirinu wits Uio cause of his Tapestry are beautiful ami The so wide as stock over of btioop Skin and Hluck Hoar Skin IliU1 OIL JLOTHSandLINOLKUHH In great CUIJTA1N8 amloUltlAtSr UVER 700 KINDS AND SIZtS FROM TO I RECOMMENDING THEIR HIGH REPUTATION FOR ECONOMY OF ARTISTIC FINISH STAMPS THEM AS THE IBoert in tlio It ia the constant aim of the manufacturer to the vary Best that can be TIIKY ARK Sold oulf by FLOSS F Ten nf contliiuiw to claim ili Tun additional duatun from tliu nf were roixtrtxd u dm Mlluo Monday Two of tho victims woro rejxjrUxl i in having all tlio Hvmptoiiui of tho tho ptiysiiiaiw them writing la the rertlllcjiteu of death us tho Cold Weather Calls for Warmer And so I wou slate to those in Need to Call and Examine my Stock of iiiivuriiiir riiinplicll Talirn I lie elect if look tho oath lll at In hln IIRO sage to tlir loglhlnturo lie Minmeiids tliu Auu tralian biilnt nnd udvixraUw stjitu contli i tli4 hrilc uf whool Dentil ni it iMiiiiciunt JaiL HUiphun for wcntyllintn yuard oilllor nnd ou of Dm proprietors of The diil 3imday nftiTtioou of heart diuiis In yearj Diitlll of Miller A Miner the Wi KI ii j nniior and died ninriiii i at 11 oclock at Ilin retj 11 1 I in ilo of Urlghtb din And many other things which tend to make a person Comfortable in Cold At Prices to Suit Tliiicl   

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