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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - January 21, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALT DAILY TELE VOLUME TUESDAY JANUARY x A BIG Testimony in the Ballot Forgery Box CINCINNATIS MAYOR ON THE Enos ENOS announces that he has established In a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the OF ALL CURABLE 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 and is hear 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 I For Sun Baths and exercise in cold and inclement is I Each patient is thoroughly examined by and receives his personal FOR THE RECEPTION OF For further information address ENOS at the corner of George and Third JULIUS AND WHOLESALE DEALER IN lln IrciiliircH a Nninlinof Letters from rriimlnriit OhloniiK Jmlmnlnif Woiul for the Smalli Apiinliiln lutr Two IllliuiU Men IIHIIK IhiciHl on WiiHliliiKton Noted of Gtmrrul WASHINOTON Mayor of was placed on tho Btand tho house committee to investi gate tho Ohio ballot box forgery Monday Ho KtatM that ho knew who first cnmu to Win about with a letter of introduction from manager of tho Hall Bafo Tho mayor produced a number of letters from prominent Ohionns indenting Wood for the Bmoko Among these wore several from Governor Forakor which tho latter had produced during his testi One of tho letters was from Powell tho law partner of Representative On tho morning that Woods appointment was erroneously announced in Cincinnati newspapers a man called on the mayor and accused Wood of being a notor ious liar aud said that his record was not Wood Denies tho This man also accused Wood of neglecting bis own of breaking up another and of cohabiting with a lewd The man told tho mayor that ho was George Woods brotherin Investigating tho wltnws had Jewells information Wood was sent for and the mayor Informed him of the Wood denied He said they were the result of spite Wood offered to refute tho charges and sent to Mayor Mosby a number of letters from Cluciiiuati business men and others giving Wood a good they neither smoked nor Somo of the letters were highly complimentary of The most important ot those pro duced by the mayor was one from sister of Goorgo Jewell Shu said that Jewell wau a mild lunatic who had been kindly treated by Couldnt Help The witness said it had never occurredto him that the ballot box paper was a He knew that Governor Forakor did not in tend to make use of Ho hod a conversa tion with Wood about tho paper and Wood told him what he had Governor Fora he had got it from Walter Well the private secretary of John Mc After it became known that the bal lotbox paper was a Wood came to the mayor and asked him about an Inter view in The iu which tho mayor had quoted Elliott as saying that Wood had said that his Woods father and mothdr were liars and ho couldnt help Ths mayor Wood to tell about the forged Wood wanted to know which paper he and on tho mayor explaining that ho meant the one in Tho Commercial Ga Wood said there were three or font papers like the ono Hnlstoad had pub twelve yenrs a resident of whure la was prominently engaged with his wlfo In charity was Htimlay evening blind while standing in the counting room of The Post Doign recently suffered n stroke of paralysis from the eTctsof an ID jury to his spine Incurred in the He claims ho thron timen boon granted a pension and three times bod il taken away from him Favors Nrgro WASHINGTON The third nnniverxary of tho American Coloniza tion society was hold in the Church of the Covenant Sunday Hnm pastor of tho Pro fessor Edward a negro from nrndn an in the course ol which ho said that there was a rapidly grow ing conviction that the white and black racei could not live In He was in favoi of the return of the negroes to spoke of Liberia as the garden spot of ern and paid that tho negroes whc had gone from America were exerting a great influence to the WASHINGTON presi dent has sent the following nominations U tho senate To be collector of internal reffe of for district of To be United 8tatt of for tho western district of To United States of for the western district of The Worlds Fair WASHINGTON speaker Monday appointed tho worlds fair commit tee as follows Candier of Hitt of Bowden of Beldoz of Now Frank of of Hatch of Wilson of West and Flower of New IMdtlleberger Very WASHINGTON a private letter received hero Sunday a neighbor and friend of exSsnator liitidleberger writes Have you heard that Riddleberger is very low His physicians have little or no that ho can ever get up and ho may goat any Public Hulldlng at WASHINGTON sen ate has passed the bill increasing the limit of cost of tho appropriation for a public build ing at Milwaukee to and making an appropriation of An Aged Oflirlnl WASHINGTON solicitor general of tho depart ment of died here Sunday ol catarrhal affection of tho in hi 06th THO Sointnrs Have the WASHINGTON Senator Sherman and Senator Moriill are suIYring from la Neither of them is seriously Humberts Brother Passes Away at most Celebrated Branch of KENTUCKY WHISKIES free and in A SPECIALTY IMPORTED Cognac Holland Irish and Scotch Cherry and Blackberry Bordeaux and Rhine HEADQUARTERS V For all kinds of Select California Wines and Brandies in Kegs and Come and examine the Largest Stock of Fine Old Winea and Liquors ever 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 WMKLT has a wonestablished Placaai leadlur lllustratud nvwspnpei Ths fairness of Its on current politics hai oarnoc lor It tUs mpect ami commence of all im partial and the variety anil oxoel of HI literary which Includt CUM inort itorlea by tho best anil most popular nt It for tho perusal of poo of Wldwt of tastes and pur supplements are of ro and N to bring tho highest or artUtloublllty to bear upon tho lllus pf tho changeful ilio changeful plmaosof homo and preign A Mexican from Pen of Thomas will appear HARPERS PER inpBiiB no LltPKltS 4 00 IRIBUS 4 00 YOUNG J 00 IostBBe free to all subscribers In tho Unl a or Jlha Volumes of tho begin with Number for Janunry of oucli no tlmo li subscriptions lln with the Number current at llmu ot of f Volumes of HAitricitH for ut In neat cloth will ly poitugo or liy pomg provided tho freight dues I one dollar pur fur sos for each sultuble for ylllbwioul by on nces should bo mudo by 1ustomce lor to avoid clninco of arc not to copy this udvor tout tlie express urdor of UAH Address JlAKIKi 4 New To any persons wishing to ootaln letter patent now Improvements or I will execute drawings and specifi cations and muko applications for Patents All In person or by free Lucas Lucas Pfoiffenberger GENER A L SUPK KINTEN D KNT AND MECHANiCAL DRAUGHTSMAN Office on Third ouo doorwest of Third SUITER IN FINE AND COMMON A Full and Complete Stock Alwaye on o not Iuil to GIVK us A CALL Ho fure OUlt KUUN1TUIUC IIOOMH AUU OM State oooosite Where the Fnper Was Gotten Tho mayor said the published paper did not contain all tho names on the but Wood insisted that it Wood ex plained that there were always throe or four cliques working to got a bill through and it was necessary to have cer tain papers to show some of these cliques by other persons who ere interested in a bill In order to shut them Tho mayor had a conversation ulso with who told him that Wood bad got up the paper in Murrays tolling theyoungmen there that ho wanted to put the names of prominent jxirsons to the paper in order to get more subscriptions for the ballotbox Had Two Strings to Ills John a wholesale liquor dealer of who was next said that Wood bad called on him and left a let ter to be given to Frank secretary of tho Democratic campaign Governor who examined the wit ness said the object of the testimony was to show that Wood was in communication with the Democratic campaign committee and with He would en deavor to show this connection through other Frank ojf Cin was tho next Ha said he was secretary of the Democratic campaign committee during the last gubernatorial Ho was given tho letter loft by Wood with He found that it was a letter from Governor Foraker to Gov ernor of Ho sent it to Campbell thinking use might bo made of Another Witness Tho letter wan written in typewriter ho was There wore no Instructions given bin nbout the Ho did not know when Governor Campbell reoaived the The witness had simply given it to Lewis of the Democratic cam paign to be given to Camp Governor ut tills said he wanted Barnard and a telegraphic summons was accordingly sent to witness said that Wood had showed him dispatches from Governor ForakiT promising to help get Woods ballot boxes introduced in He had not agreed to give Wood any A recess was then THE DAY IN Wyoming Ailinlmiliin Hill Hprlngiiri Worlds Fjilr WAHHINOTON the sen ate Mondiiy bills wore reported from com mlUocw for HID admission of tho of Wyoming into the Union and to provide u government for the territory of iasco delivered an extended on the question of federal election Chandler replied to Senator 1asuc mid upokn at somo length of thn charges ol election frauds In Senator PUHCO made nil oxUmiltd denial of the Worlds lrulr Springer Introduoud u revolution in tho IIOUKO which wan referred to Uie special uiimtnlttw on tho worlds pro viding that on tho iilkl tho clerk shall cull the roll of uiomlws and Foster ut Ellen of addressed two large audi ences the morning at tho Firsl Methodist Episcopal church and in tho even ing at Music hall Foster explained the object of her now organization to DO tho promotion of timporanco with no side She said sho believed that women should bo allowed to and Was In favor of dross bnt these she would not bb sought for by tho non Womans Christian Temperance Tho now order would profit by the mistakes of tho and would wish all god speed iu the work of THEATRES IN THE KINGDOM A HlKtory of Life of tile One Time King of Umiucicvuful At tempt tn Him In llojcfiltlnic of Knullnh Trade In Humor About tho Tragedy u Duke of brother of King and form erly King of died hero at 7 Sat Ho was conscious at the moment of his death and received the popes blessing from Cardinal All 1 he duke died of pneumonia and had been ill hut a few King Hum berts physician came from Romu to attend htm All t theatres in the king dom ore closed aud all state festivities Tho duke recognized his Besides the king the dukes his his tho Princess and his nearest rela my jjrusont at his event Interrupts and stop the proposed jour ney to tho east of the Prince of A Sketch of The Duke of Aosta was the second son of Victor the first king of and was born May Entering the army he became captain of a brigade of in fantry at then lieutenant general and 3hicf ot a brigade of Marshal after the revolution of offered him the Spanish and he formally announced his The 10th of the following month the cortes elected him king Spain by 191 votes against He formally accepted the crown The young king landed at Cartagena the very day Marshal Prim expired from the wounds received at tho hands on assassin a few bourc pre Uis roign was a brief and troublous He was unpopular vfMi tho Spanish and his which never dangerous in the summur of when rising took plnee in the northern The 19th of that year an unsuccessful at tempt was made to assassinate c3L IrCifffSi U I DDKS OP One Hundred Acres Of Adjoining Upper with House contain ing1O and other Will be sold forlittle more than mortgage now upon the Sale Must be all Parties desiring to invest in jarm cannot do better than investi gnte his one of the cheap ever offered around V3F Perfect BGfProjMirty will and must be BELLE A SERIOUS The oiuh i Iliilxir Hlnill ijidiiiito hlxcholoo for tin loiiitii i of the winIds If no plucu shall i roivo u majority of all the votes the rn iull rtipniitud until one plaoa bluill i crivu a iiiujnrily of the votes Tlm pi tv having tlio coimiiltNu hlmll u Iill li ruling tot fair at tlm plaint wliiuh bill uhall prlvihgid and Khali Ui cuiislUitrod from day today until illiipivicd tiiifliionly Htiliikun WAHIIINIJTON Hear now a resident of this but The lllver ut river in still slowly rising at this point and is ex pected to come to a stand but even should it start to fall tho decline will as tho Green and Barren are still ris ing at the rate of ono inch per which will have considerable effect on the river at this Tho rising waters in Green river have caused the suspension of tho work on tho locks at and the laborers have been compelled to remove their effects to higher The log men along Green river are probably tho heaviest Poisonous Dye on Kid Jennie Thomp the leader of a select society circle on the west died of blood She had been ill a suffering the most in tense Tho poisoning showed In her chin and which wore swollen to twice the natural end communicated to her entire Her death was directly due to the poisonous dye other kid While visiting a dentists oflleo she bad no ticed a small pimple ou her chin and raised her gloved baud to fool of In this way tho poison was Honoring now holiday was observed throughout Georgia Tho lust legislature decreed that the memory of Lee should lie honored equally with that of As a result all com mercial business was suspended for tho and general religious services were Memorial service were held hi tho state capi tol and wore presided over by Governor with the William Jones aa A Venllnt for NEW Jury iu tho suit of Caroline Cammorer against Clonumt Muller for damagm for breach of promise of rendered a verdict Bumluy morning in favor of the plaintiff for A motion for a now trial wot aud a motion for an allowance for the plaintiffs was Daniel Dougherty was counsel for tho and Ingermill for A Chicago baby wroppol in heavy woolen wag on tho doorstep of Patrick Sullivans houss at 2K Winthrop place early Saturday Attached to tho shawl was a notn in u reg ular fumaio seminary Tho loops wore all Thn note said Christian bom If we ulv ever able wu will redeem the and tho past as lloycattlug ot ttiigllBh Trade by Portuguese In boycotting of Eng lish trade in Lisbon is becoming a Many flrinn havo been compelled to clost their doors in consequence of the Portuguese merchants are canceling their English coal contracts in all directions and ho spirit of ostracism Is spreading Tho consignees of one cargo of coal refused to unload thereby raising a legal question of some mo ment The case will be submitted to the Meanwhile the German mer chantsand agente are eagurly snapping up all orders for cooJ and other and American houses ara cablingoffors over bare to supply goods of all kinds to replace tho boycotted English grxxU Tradesmen everywhere hastening to take advantage of tho A vigilance committee has boon formed for tho purpose of denouncing receivers of English The Portuguese government expects a favorable reply to its note to the powers asking their intervention In the dispute between Portugal and Great Britain concerning territory in The Meyerllng extraorduuiry and very sensational verson of too Moyerlhig tragedy has been published in the Vienna but not credited In tha at the It U to the ef fect that Archduke Rudolf and hisina the young Baroness were brother and It is whispered that the Emperor Franz Josef inado love to the dow agor and that tho hqrofuq of the Meyerling tragedy was borirto them that when the facts wore told to the Arch duke Rudrflf be was so affectad by tho revolution of tho terrible secret that hocom mitted The only basis for the stoy sootns to be a report bat when Count Hoyou brought the news of Rudolfs fate to the era porur bis majesty exclaimed My my daughter I The story has recalled ai d re newed much Uclglan Threaten infantry was confined to tue barracks Sunday in reudiuesu for an emergency in connection wilb the lubor A bquadron ot cavalry ban gone to where the minors are larming themselves with axes aud other im plements mid assuming a threatening atti Tim German the second week in Junuiiry tho death rate declined largely In and Frank while it HurciwiHl in uud It IN now declining in mott of the titles of Kin In uhttcvsH lum ap peuioil ou the exterior of Kmiii Iuuhus aud piirtlal imrulyhln of tho tongue has In OUR STOCK OP CURTAINS and CURTAIN mtrn r and on orhlhltun In our It la1 THE HANDSOMEST ANt MOST ATTRACTIVE m THIS LINB TO to look over whether you buy or nut the SflSII roasonablo thut wo aoB o t bolleve you can The t CUI1TAINS UVER 700 KINDS ASD 6IZtS rnou TO THE atNUIHI Alt BEAR THIS I HAVE NOoKESITATION IN RECOMMENDING Maud Slovrs and THEIR HIGH REPUTATION POR ECONOMY OF i ARTISTIC FINISH STAMPS THEM AS THE IBoert in tlke It Is the constant aim of tbt manufacturer to make the vary Bust Store that mn be THEY ARE Spld Jtj itfitl Aluy Uu Ali0U4l Portuguitsne ut Ilonton and violuity culilol the minister ol foreign ulfnira ut Hunduy rusolutloiu in UifllliiK against the liiUTfcrenca of tlie KrllUh Kovernineiit with Portuguese Uirrl tory In wistirn unrtloiilng the uc tlnn taken by Ktrpa null indorsing the action of tillIlirluguoMi gcvvniuifnt In tin TwciilyOni Tlie large barn ami studies of owner of yiiui a line fiimi near lie Batorduy and WUK soou buiUud to tho Tweutj unmtpr of cuttle nul great qumttlty oi gralu aud hay were to Iliuiilln JUuHnluu Tho Rothsohilds hovo fused to flout the now Joiin desired by the Russian What Will Tim Do with tint OffionrT Nuw Maurice Porry the was arrested Haturday night ut Broadway uud Thirtyfirst ohargod by an ollleur with disorderly con refusing to IJKIVB and using vilu He made a counter cjtargt thn cidlimr of using vile language and Inturferlitg with a poaoeablo Ho WMH iMdled and In court Hunilny morning he wan A T t JaL Li FL in 111 J JU it Third Telephone Cold Weather Calls for Warmer And so I would state to those in Need to Call and Examine my Stock of At lljililln Iiu In a muligimnt form hu made and In tlm family of Januw thrmi children havx dltx within two Tboreuro imuiy rwt in that plucu anil H spreud o tho contusion in MnmhNll Vittldn MarthulJ Fiuld glvwi ttu acros of valuud at HI tin HaplKit wulub llwkof filer hM vndoweU with And many other things which tend to make a person Comfortable in Cold At Prices to Suit 113
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