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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - January 20, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALT Y VOLUME JANUARY IN MEMORY OF Enos 7 Arranging for the Dedication of the Me mculal nt meeting of tho executive committee to nrraugo for the dedication of tho Oarflold memorial on was held oxPresi dent Kuthcrford Amos Towns Jnmcs Parsons and Rhodes being present A general discussion was and the con clusion ruqchotl was that tho servlcea should bo held on Decoration Day at 8 p m on the memorial Special invitations will bo issued only to representatives of the state and national A general is issued to all Knights or other socie ties or organizations and citizens The committee requested James Bar nett to bo marshal of tho procession and Jid Meyer to act as his chief of with power to arrange all lixiToloen To It was suggested that the procession be or ganized lu Wade Park to march to the me thus saving a long walk and expe diting Committees on re and entertainment and other neces sary committees will be appointed by the er oxcutivo committee from citiEons of Cleve as tho trustees of the association de sire that tho dedication shall be in the hands of The executive of which Atnos Townseud is will ENOS announces that he has established in a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the 1JurouaHea rop AUVVUBVUU IB win have charge of the programme and exercises on the memorial It is the Inten tion to make tho exercises as it will be impossible to arrange to seat the crowds that will be in attendance and standing would become Trlod to Murder Ulg SOUTH ivcning at from Lewis Noel tried to murder his MEDICAL and His experience during many years has convinced him that all diseases can be managed more aucoessfully in an institution of this kind under the constant supervteion of the and with the aid of means not other are 8een by their medical The position of the SANITARIUM is and the surrounding are free reachod by t The building is and arrangements are as perfect as is possible from science and the requirements of such an Electricity m all its forms Oxygen and its compounds are provided as may be required by pa in addition to such other treatment as may be A LARGE SOLARIUM For Sun Baths and exercise in cold and inclement is provided 6Xamined by and receives hie FOR THE RECEPTION OP information address ENOS at the corner of George and Third JULIUS AND WHOLESALE DEALER IN and E ro ome The most Celebrated Brands of KENTUCKY WHISKIES free and in bond A SPECIAUT IMPORTED Spgnao Holland Irish and Scotch Cherry Bordeaux and Rhine HEADQUARTERS ill kinds of Select California Wines and Brandies in Kegs and Come and examine the Largest Stock of Fine Old Wines liquors ever offered in this and at fljC Itfds delivered free of Orders by mail will receive store and Office Fourth and Ware Fourth between Belle and and When Jake visitedhimm ttie evening Lewis shot at his but did not injure Jake ran and Lewis then went to a neighbors house and de manded which was ac companied by the contents of a Lewis was and was afterward put in He had a hearing Friday and was bound over in the sum ot in default of which he was again placed in jail The Melzcr Defensive undor instructions from Secretary Schofleld ordered a board of offi Sumnor nnd Whipple aud to convene at Port Leaven worn Friday to test tho Molzer defensive appar The apparatus was devised by of and it is in tended to shield troops while in actionfrom tho fire of tho enemys small The test was phograpbed and sent to Washington with a report of the The device was subjected to a flre from Winchester rifles and machine guns at 100 and 500 yards and shells wore exploded in its vicinity to see what resistance it would offer to fragments of such pngly L6w and Cheap SBS VTtiKKtt has a wellostabllsliod hfading Illustratvd nuwspup fairness of Us edltorl current politico Imi oarnu iBCt and coiilUloiico of all tin and tbu varlyty and oxco jrary winch inoiut irtitorlOH by the best and mo for tlio perusal of poo it range of tastes and pui supplements uro of ru and N to bring the highest 01 QRWfltyto boar upon the lllus pliasos of horn a un froi i will uppou U I M 4 00 2 JO ie biKln wit Jnnuury of ouch yoai current ul Unio vi WKKKMT for mueftt wll poituua or by express provided tliu rrolitlit doe pur for ttCll sultablu fur 11 by on aould bo madii by rostonico to uvold clinncu of not to cupy this ailver exjiroas ordor of lUu To any persons wishing to ootaln letters patent en new ImproveuiMits or i will and specifi cations and make applications for Paten ts All In person or by Lucas Lucas Pfelffenbcrgc GKNKRAL SUPEKINTENDKN AND MECHANICAL DRAUGIITSBIAN Offluc on Third one doorwes of Third 8UTTEK SON DKALEU8 IN FINK AND COMMON Full and Complete Stock on Always not Fall to Give us A fore CALL Ik CASK AMI ouit ruuNiTuiut KUOMS AIJH ON State oonosite A New Edition of the Book To Be EVENTS IN THE STATESMANS Which Wiro Omitted In Klrit Kdl To llo oivKii to tluPublic In the New IJookCntililliufii Knciiiiiiter with Hlnlne In from tho and His MyiterloHs Kstruntfomoiil rresldont NEW Evening Sun nays It Is understood that a now edition of The Life of Hoscoe Conklitig IB to bo issued as soon ns This is to be not so much to meet a demand for tho book as to moke public certain important events n Conkliiigs life which were omitted in the first Those events are his encounter with when both were nninborsof the lower liouso of congress hiH rtKlgnntion from the aud his mysterious estrangement from the ifeloiig cordial relations which had been stablishod between himself and Gen Ar Alfred the author of the has learned tliat Blaine would not only not object to a statement of the history of his unfortunate relations with but that ho would be wholly satisfied if on accurate and truthful and im partial narration of bis antagonism were Blaine even contributed through a friend who was also a friend of a statement to the effect that so far as ho was the original col Isiou was entirely He said that he was with a party of In the ladies gallery of the house of repro gether for Becently ITacs sentatives while Conkling was making the separation affected CowlsM the speech which was personal to much that ho determined to kill hisjbrother When hu went on the floor ho expected re ply In a speech that would occupy not more than two or three having be he was carried along further than he in tended to go and much further than ho would have gone personally if the speech hod been the outcome of When it was all over he looked upon the whole de bute as only the heated utterance of the mo to be regarded by either as tho out of a givoortako controversy upon Uio Ho was amazed to soms qiouths that he had wounded Conkling and he was entirely and even so far as sole respect permit him to do his de sire to meet Conkliu and make reeoneU He that no thought of reconciliation was in Conklings and his friends who approached him on tho subject learned that it wouJd bo use less to make any tender In that The Second So at the friends of Blaine will is duo if an accurate and complete narration of this which de veloped afterward into consequences of mighty import both to Blaine and Conkling and to the Republican and which has indirectly tinged the history of the era after tho is In regard to the second tho au thor wejit to the Thomas who was with ono of tho principals in that and besought him to tell for the wke history the truth as fee knew while realizing tho historical value of such after prolonged considera declined himself to furnish But there are other persons whoso knowledge Of this affair either in whole or in part will en able the author to tell tho story Thoy have been asked to do and come of them have Tho KHtrnngement from The third chapter will treat of the mysto estrangement from It Is al ready known that this alono of the personal resentments which Conkling permitted to harbor was a cause of sorrow to and ono of tho deepest regrets of his life was caused by the death of the oxpresi dent before tho opportunity which Conkling looked for a renewal of their cordial friendship had In this chapter will be given some important con tributions to the history of Arthurs It will be shown both why how the estrangement After Arthur had taken in public the oath of office of Senator Conkling had two Interviews with both of great in both of which persuasion became heated argument and friendly relations were strained by ana at the last of which these relations were absolutely KO far us Conkling was con UJifmtlHfiictury One of these meetings took place at the Fifth Avenue hotel in tills city and ended at Jnybreak in on unsatisfactory manner to It WOH renewed in and after a live hours confermictt Conkliug JorUd from the his face and iimn lurHo visibly betraying auger as to attract tho attention of thoho who saw him un the way to tlio Arthur could not bo tnduced to remove Judge HolurtBuu at tliat he intimated to Conkling that n Inter when he had nucom pllHhed the Urst purpoKo would control him In liis which wiw to gain tlio confidence of tlio jxsople und to allay the Borciuwj which had lately then lie would romovo Conkling WIIH not Hiitisflcd with which lio rugurded HK Arthurs besotting and thus UIOKO two men who hud been devoted und who had vhvrlshod for each other the strongest of were Torn the A year or so later Prmldent Arthur pro pOKod to remove Judge H0 even went so fur us to make nut the commisKlou of his and one morning caused a telegram to be sent to Marrello Coojjor mnouticlriK that his mime would Ixi sent to tho senate In nomination for the collector ship of tho port of Now The ilvo was about to go a tho with this appointment whwi n lopubltcan ol groat mlluoiuo nillod ut the White House nnd dumuiidcd that Arthur ihould withhold tho uppolntmont until ho md tulked with The muwHinger was and ut tho end of un hour Bills for Public Buildings in the State of AMOUNT APPROPRIATIONS A Probability That They Will lie Cut Uown by tho BuliCnmmltUia to Which Titty Will Uo Serv ices Over of tho Lute Walker Itlnlne the House lUclprucUjr with WASHINGTON which have been Introduced in the house buildings In Illinois have boon referred to subcommittees of the house on postofflcos and post roads consisting of Members Quackenbush ami The bills appro priate tho following sums At at Rook and of Money Tho committee will hold a meeting parly in the after which a subcommittee will take up the which have as them nnd il is lidded they will be fwrtod to the notisedt oil e4rly It is probable that the cbmhiltteo will cut down JftFIMWhAt jjh 1J u iuu win cut wrnewhat thoambnWtBjproposoil in sonib ot Ihese billij as there has alreadybeen intrb Juced in the hbtise sbnie MO public baUding bills appropriating and it would bo considered judicious if not neocessary to scale themdown FUNERAL OF V The President rtbfl All ihe of thoCnbldet futferol 0f Walker Blaine took place Saturday toorn br8h and the air cool large numbor frienls the Blaine members of corPs and people In official life A private funeral ceremony was held at the home of Secretary on Lafay ette at The president and all the members of the several members of the diplomatic corps and soine ItiUflfete friends of the famiry attended the hich were conducted by iiastor of the Cburqh of the At thereon elusion of the private services the W were token to the Church of the Cover followed by the foinilyand friends in After brief services et the church the remains wore conveyed to Oak View cemetery where tbo interment took One Hundred Acres Of Adjoining Upper with House containing 1O arid other Wili be sold for little more than mortgage now upon the Sale Must be all dexirina to invest in Jarm eawwt do better than investi one of ewr offered awtnd must be 4 STOCK CURTAINS and CURTAIN FIXTCJRE8 the Illi nois supreme court Friday a motion to ad mit to boil Harry ofthis Loehr was implicated in a scheme to rob taxpayers of Bloomington by altering tho tax books aud making Led the tax collector for whom Loehr was pleaded guilty and has not yet boon Loehrs Leon an other was while Harry got one year in the The cir cuit court refused a new pending the motion in the supreme court for a new I Loehr was sent to The court de cides that in such a case a prisoner can not give To Qo on the NEW Hugh Me Cullooh Bond will soon make her appearance in i comic The announcement will cause quite a sensation all over Indiana where her family stands high In the political and business and in Chi where she frequently visited well known families while she was still Miss Jes sie Before her marriage Miss Jes sie Haima and her Miss were social loaders and belles In Port Her father hold a high josition in the railroad and her Bayliss was equally promlnonUn politics as a Democratic Saved by a Newfoundland Newfound land dog suved five lives in Allegheny City about 1 oclock Saturday The dog belongqd to ana was asleep in a houso to the rear of tho Boyle business King was awakened by the animals looking out of a ho discovered the Boyle building in Thomas Qrulmm and and and Janitor Arufulds wife were gotten out just in tho nick of The dog was tho hero of Doyles The loss by tho lire was partly Defeated In u 1roperly MoOeeuty and his brother were defeated Friday in a suit involving property valued at Bernard Cain died in John McQoepty WIIH appointed administrator aud made a protended salt of Cains property to Patrick who soon roconvoyed It to John McUetmly ami his brother Judg llea rendered a decision that these sales wore aud property will therefore revert to EUxatwth Cum and two the daugh ters of Bernard LIHlo It un w Out of the lucky one of the fronin whom tho jury awarded throe yoara In the was released from the county jail Saturday Ills raloaue was duo to the of the dime museum muua wlio signed and tho little Inreturn for tbo will appear on exhibition at Bpsteana Tho liullotBox INGTON ernor Poraker resumed his statement Satur day before the house committee on the bal lotbox forgery He began by reading aletter from Mayor the technical qualifications of asmoke Thewitness then said that W did not see Wood after receiving the Walters letter up til whon he appeared at Columbus jiid askea for money to go to Washington W look battery The witness gave him for tho Wood said tho publications hud got the gang down on and that he was fear Beelproolty with WASHINGTON Representa tive MflU introduced In the house Friday a bill providing for reciprocity on the part of United States with bill provides thatwhenever Mexico shall per mit all articles produced in the United States to enter theporta of Mexico free of then all produced in Mexico shallbe admitted free to this There is a proviso that the act shall not apjily to ahy article upon which an Internal revenue is Imposed tjte Itontovul In the reuslota Ofllcei WASHINOTOW Rauai commissionerof Friday recon mended to Secretary Noble tbo removal of Henry A of New oi thd middle pension Phillips was one of the employes of the office1 whose pension was roratod during the ad ministration of Severn months ago he was by the secretary of tho interior to but failed to comply with tho THE Is The Tapestry arebemltirul ttnfl The T Uoot OVER 700 TO W the house Satpday Prank of Missouri introduced a locating the worlds fair at Bt LOuis and creating a corporation to carry oli tho Rofcrred to spocldl Oil motion of Mason of Illinois Uwpoinmitteo In vestigating the ballot box was per mitted to sit during the session of the After routine business tho house went into couuuittee of tho whole on tho Oklahoma town site HAVE NOeHESITATION JIN RE0OMHRNDING Slom The Pmtinii moutlngofthe senate special comiultteo oil PaciQu to railroads held Saturday moruiuK listeu to ah argdrnent by piHuiiUigwn on Pacific railroad funding The menbirs of the coiainittoo wore ainioiis to attond the of Wolkor ttlalno and so the hearing WON postpomxi to Borne day next on the WJAKniKOTON ruporj on tho United Btotos sluainur Ituitituuru wai madti public The trliu boaixi states that the vewtel on her recent trial itlii devolojwd an honw of10 trial oxptiiDus aud tliue will the the of a nruinlum of alxmt THEIR HIGH REPUTATION FOR ECONOMY OF FUElD STAMPS THEM AS THE ixt tlio It is the coiistnnt aim of the mantrfacturer Steve that enti be THBT Telephone mlu with oxvllonitint and uoutrolllug his uuwlon by u vlslblu took tho cnmmls lou floni the inufuoiiger and tore it Vhat cauwd this chnngn of ininil will nvvur x although the is a mat er of Diiutli uf CongresB Alllton BIIOCT died In Now Vork Hu had HiilVereil from a norvoutt aloify for over u and last week bo partially U in loaned that v Illiiotirf was uiUHiulby lead iiolsonlng from iakinu wuter which bad stood in load poa Hpuer was bii ymrt Ho was ootixl to oongrtMw In 1H70 and la to Munitgu the Chliwgu Cturlw Comiskey Frldajy of toruoou digued a oontrotit for three Ho will hereafterbe the captain and manager of tlio Chicago brotlwr liixMl tuum at a salary it In on IH Iriidloul Alii mill Tho jfroou glass blowers hnve raised to bo sent to the uaKtorn blowers who uro on u The eastern assemblies will glvu for the thus making It only a loan which will Ui llimtli of Juiltfn Nicholas a prominent died 8nt urdoy morulng of Hu loft wty worth tovtral millions ot lllyr Piilluru at Barnon tho largest dry goodsflrin In tho have iiiado nn assignment for the benefit of tuolr crqdltors und ovorytulna was turned over without The llabljltlos are to bo mid tho Mr Uarnw boon ongwred lu biwInosK hufefor ovor thirty The firm confl deuco of their and U bajloved that Homo arrangement will bo awlo where by tlm v will be Jlary Curtnliily and do Navw of Nuw rablud Friday congrat ulations on their sons Mury who Is ijt Han ftamo irtyh Hhuphords Antonio varro la at the uuuu pliiou and Inxm trav eling with Mist Aiulortfuns party for some Cold Calls for Warmer Arid so I would slate to those in Need to Call and Examine my Stock of C Tu PHI n governor bun umiolnUxi Chrlstlau KohUmat M pro bate judge nt Cook county to succeed late Judgu And many other things which tend to make a person Comfortable ii Cold At Prices to Suit
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