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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - April 18, 1890, Alton, Illinois AI .TON Dr. J. W. Enos’ Sanitarium, ALTOISTf TT aT ■_ DR- ENOS announces that he has established In a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the TREATMENT OFALL CURABLE DISEASES. BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL, His experience during many years has convinced him that all diseases can be managed more successfully in an Institution of this kind, under the constant supervision of the physician, and with the aid of means not other* wise at command, than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers at intervals of several hours or davs. The position of the SANITARIUM is high, and the surrounding are free from all noxious influences. It is readily reached by the Second street horse oars, and is near the Union Depot. The building is large, and arrangements are as perfect as is possible from a knowledge of sanitary schmoe and the requirements of such an institution. Electricity in all it* forms; Oxygen and its compounds; Baths, Douches, Massage, Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided as may be required by patients, in addition to such other treatment as may be deemed advisable. # # * A LARGE SOLARIUM For Sun Baths and exercise in cold and inclement weather, etc., Is provided. Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and receives his daily personal attention. Now ODen FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS. For further information addr«3S Or. ENOS at the SANITARIUM, corner of George and Third att., Alton, III. Latest iu Dress Loads. Latest ie Beaded Wraps and Capes. Latest ia Suer Shawls. Blat Collar and Pairs Latest and Correct Styles in Millinery Novelties. Latest in ClotMoi and Gelts Fandanpes — ALBO— Shoes Best and Cheapest —AT THE GLOBE. ALTON, IXjIj. DAILY TELEGRAPH. ALTON, ILL., FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL in. 1890. NO. 201 RANDALL Ult) TO RKT Impressive Funeral Servicea at Washington City. HU THE PRODIGAL’S RETURN. Tails Hiss PROMINENT PEOPLE IN ATTENDANCE 11** ("uuersl Hi rmon (‘reach <-«l hy lim. IU. (Tviltr, Citator of th. Mrirupuli. tun ('realty teriatt < imreh—.% Touching teary To IU by I nr. Hr. Milburn, tho Ullin! I haplaln of the Ho na.- -The Re-sislm Tnkrn to Philadelphia. WAKUMOTO* ( ITV, April IS.—Th* futural service over th* rom mn* of Hon. (Samuel J. Rvndall took plxe* Thursday inn ning at the Metropolitan Pre* by tor tan church, corner Fourth ami B streets, southeast. Hiortly after h o’clock, the body coch** <dm a pl tin clothe overed casket with sLv«r trimmings, was taken frmn the Ran-Sail ro-Llenoe to th* church where it was via we I for an hour by large numlwrsof psnplu The casket rested on a catafalque iu L oot of the minister's platform, which was draped iu black. Floral tribute from th* Hainu *1 Jackson R tu Jail association, of Philadelphia, and from a number of other organist it.ooh, were placed to the right and left of the pulpit desk. The casket was oov rad w ith large bunches of lilies of the valley and broad palm lea vee. Arrival of Mrs. HandalL About half-past 9 o’clock Mrs. Randall, escort* I by h r son (Samuel, ber daughters, Mrs. C. C Lancaster and Miss Husk* Randall, Mr. C. CL Lancaster, Mr. Randall 1 1 brother from Philadelphia, and members of his family entered the church and wert sa-cortwl to santa un the left ocnter aisle, directly behind the caskeL Hei rwtary and Mrs, Blaine entire I soon afterward followed by Vice President Morton, Chief Justice Fuller and Miss Fuller, Mrs. Harrison and Mrs. E. W, Halford, Hpeaker Reed and a large numb r of senators and representatives, many of whom wertareompMutod by men11wr# of th -ir families. A detachment of co orates from the department of tit* Potomac, (I. A. R, occupy I Meats to the isttof the pulpit Opt nine af the Kervire*. Hh<jrlly bdor> IO o'clock th* boosi and •enate committ •*« wearing broad white •ashes, en tem-1 I he church aa I were escorted to setts 11 tho left of the R in tall f *mtly. With tIe-en care • the honorary pall-beirvrs, wearing block sashes The services were opeiiei with th * hyin.i: “I. end Kindly Light” by the Hhubert quartzite of male singers accomp.iuied ny th** organ. AVhon the quartette had concluded Rev. Dr, Milburn, the bim I chaplain of the house of roprtwentaiiv.w arose anil recited verses from the 15th chapter of HI. Peal beginning, "But now Is Christ nan from the den L” He rouclu L l the selection With e preyer in which h - implored Divine comfort for the etAktot widow and h-r family in the Kaw of the loving husband whom he char actor tx si as a patriot, a statesman, a lover of bis country, ami a servant of the people. Mr. Randall's Favorite Hymn. Rev. Dr. (’hrotor, the (autor of the church, then **nnounc**i that the hymn "Just as I am Without One Plat," a favorite of Mr Randalls, would he mug. Tbs congregation Joined In the singing aiel w hen tbs last strains of the organ had died away Dr. Chester in a very impressive manner delivered tile funeral sermon. A Mary by the mind Chaplain. At the conclusion of th* Bor mon the blind chaplain told eloquently ami Impressively of an lucid* ut in the Id es of Mr. Randall ami Postmaster General Wanamaker. He men I toned no names but made it obvious to his audience to whom bs referred. Hie story wa- that of a young man who years ego hail conducted religious meetings in e neighboring city Oik* of his fr*qu**at hearers wa* a d.s .nguUinsi looking man, * lees striking preset *' - and is-u eye made the young exhorter feel abashed and nervous. Tbr e months sgo, said the chaplain, those men met again. Hr. Milburn th -a described the scene Win n Mr. Randall on bis sick tied, and in the jm-* me of Mr. Wanaiuakcr professed conversion. The Hmm!us Taken ta the Depot. While Dr. Milburn was rocking this Incident tie* jsietmaster general sobbed Uke a child. A fur tbs choir had sung, "Where the Purple Morning Br. ek**th," Dr. Mil bum pronounced tbh benediction. The casket was then boro** from the church by e de-tachm mt of capitol policemen, prooeded by the escort of the (I. A. IL, the congressional committee* an I the honorary pallbearer*. The congregation remained stabling until the nwmlwre of tbs family bed left Use church Mother Vlads Him end Keene Good News. Kansas Citt, Mo., April lh,—After a throe years’ search til* mother of Herman B iuinba b found her son Wednesday cooking at a cheep rretaurant in Ksnsas City, Kau Th** young man is about 90 year*old, and ti ro* years ago left his bouse la Toledo, O., lecntxe be got drunk sn I was ai rani to faun bin p..rent i* a. tor his disgrace. His father was a wealthy coal ni*r* chnnt, and iii ti leaving the boy heir to $500,dud. When the moth r learn**I the! her ami wrss st Kansas City, she came hero ami logan asearch for him, but arith no success. Alter failing hero she went to Kau • sa* Citv, Ran., and them learned that th# boy received mail 11 the poet* *tAoi* there, and she placed a detective on the c se. who found the young heir flying pancake* as a sec <n*1 rook at a lunch count r. He erat dr<*ese.l in nae apparel an ) taken to his (Hilo horn**. WILL TEST THE LAW’S VALIDITY. The Michigan Liquor Aet To He Focght by the (fretters. Dbthoit, Mich., April IX—Th v (kilty of tile liquor act passed by the late legislator* will Is* teat***) by the brow *r» sad Maltster*' asMK-ialion of Michigan. The now law became operative last October, sad provided that on and after May I neat th*- prior of I ieee rn to retail malt or spirituous liquur* shall la $5TI0, and to withal,* $!,«*», It is claimed it is uncoil-tituiional because the act signed by the governor ia not thy on# I mb-se* I by the legislature, The attorney of the a* arietation haa male an exhaustive examination of the law, and tracing its history through both bourre repute having discovered numerous diocropaaeiea, any our of which would invalidate the aet. The Indictment Agelast (VIL Nr.w York, April 18 —The United Mata grand Jury app*arod before Judge Benedict in the I’nil** I K ta tee circuit court and handed up an in ii Im* nt aguin*t Georg* ll. Pell for his part in the roc*ni wrecking id the Hlxtb National, Lenox HUI aud Bquit able banka The indictment coala iu«d forty-four counts, each < f which charged bim with aiding end abetting ex-President Peter IL Ciaaasen of the .Sixth N .ti* mu I hank iu carrying out the crime* * ii irttd ta ( laa**s*'ii's indictment Poll is now in charge of th** United Hates in unhat a wailing the arrival of his buudsm n. FaUiuj lo secure them he will again br un it to Luiiow Hi root Jail. Refused ta Feed the Negro. Dktiuht, April DL —A pe utter taw ha* beau on Lr al Uforv Judge Hivvoort. Un*-•lay last winter Dr. WUIIam H. Haynes colored, ervmnpauled Dr. ii. W )>irk*«H, white, to a ie* taurus! kept by IVrl Hoop. Dinner was ordered for two, lait wa* served for on - person only. Mr. Hoop refused Pi serve ttie negro. Haynes than brought suit fur $5,UUU damag rn agaiu*t Hoop, At the Ant trial lh* Jury diaagre>-*L Judge Brev.airt took the ca*** from the See-00*1 Jary, hoi ling that Hayne* is uot a *ltt-u*n of lh** t’uited Htatro, and that Hoop’* pla**< was not a public inn. Where Archer's Hireling* Went. Baltimoxk. Md., April lh.—The ofter#-peatod question “What became of the money Archer »to #r was partially uswrrvl ny Htoveosuo Archer Will ants, a nephew of th defaulting state treasurer, who twlllal before the investigating cop* mitt** that his anele was over HUD,OOO in debt when tx* was elected state treasurer in IMMU. Ha oW.*d the money to people who had Intrusted him with money, and probably used the stale funds when inwei too hard by bls curd Bors, In other words, be had simply robiwd Peter to pay Paul A Huge Block af Coal. CAMtntr, Trim., April lh.—The Cardiff Coal and iron company bus taken from its property the Inst week the biggest block of eon! ever taken from a southern min* It is 0 feat by 4 feet by I feet, a-lf bing two and a quarter tuna It to handsomely squared aud free from ail impurities—a perfect specimen. At the point when* this lump was removed the vein to sixty feet thick. The lamp to on exhibition at Lh* «xpoaitiou bulking. ^ Wa* bec ret I j Married. Bdp* moron, Ilia, April ll—There wa* a flutter in Bloomington society Wednesday over the annourioemeut that Miss Wylie McCracken, who has Just left her school books, was secretly mar ria I three weeks ago. At that time the young lady went tm a visit to relatives ta HL Louis, and while Utero met her cousin. Kiwis Dimmit, a , , railway mail ng bl Cup!J did hie work in The funeral procession proved **1 , <fcori M . t m ^ 1|>t mmM ln* tot to the Pvnnsylvanta railroad station, where the body was plat**! oo a special oar ate Inched to the 11 Git* tram In the vicinity of the church and depot large crowds of people gathered, and from the Md**walks along the route many pm • urn a etched the solemn process!* re. ('laced in the Tomb. The Pennsylvania congressional delegation, the honorary pall bearers, the e *ugrro ai. mal onimitn*-. a number of mein laws of congrue and political and personal friend# of the dead sUUwmsa Mvorapeui.il the rems* na to Phil dclphia. The train hearing the remains of the d ad etateaman roached Ridge Avenue station, Philadelphia, about j a o’clock. Lairing"* conveyal Ute tarty to Laurel Hill cern tory, where ii*** I* dy was deposited In th- vault Me dc post and a nutnl**r of other organist b n* retorted the remains to the cern tory. The <*crview Micro * war* conducted t*y Henry I. Met.ooh, SLD., assisted by other clergy. Th* service* wore 1 very simple, in accordance with Mr Kan-j datr* desire _ Marted Out with Limited Mesita Foal Dot*!*, Iowa, April It -Busto* Phillips, daughter of th Rev. Austin Phillips, of Rockwell City, eloped el h Harry Tucker, brr fat iv. rs handsotu-' hired man, and the couple were married in this city. Tucker bad not money enough I** pay Ute Justice who married them, and the $- fee wa* rwlu.el to ll 5U every ••-■nt th t*rid»-gr a m i*>we» ed. Th** «*i*q*iMg «*up-a are now stay mg with friend* her*-, hoping th* attern |ar> n's wiU relent aal sud them mon* > enough to get b m • The ti ester** National Reorganise*!. Kaw VOXX, April ML- The r organisation of lh*- W•••tern N«t,. ital bonk of this cit y was complete I Weternity bv th* election af (*k»»»vy M D i**w, W. CX Whitney U i ll* ary ii Hyde a* ire *.ira The veflhnciw 81 -*i w* recxumhI by til. rr-igaa-tion* of <■ N J *rd in, Uhxrtes E, t ends and Betijauiiu llue*ak t ani. t ee' h My lag. (Ii THMIX. I. T., April lf -Cspt W. L* CteMil, the veteran < I*. ah*>«na boomer, *« dying of b*(«-l j* boning About aweek im was shot in IF s RMM bf J C. Ad* sa*., ,4 the conte*tanu for tis ciaim adjoining Ua'ahom» City. MAV BIV IN EM Attitude of the German and Austrian Workingmen. TROUBLE EXPECTED IN SOME PARTS. lowed. Tire at a Penitentiary. C’OKOonn, N. ll., April IS—The cupolo of the main bud ting of the New Hampshire state* prison was discovered to b* on Are at noon. The alarm was at once given an i in a short time the flames were quenched The An- was on used by a spark from the workhouse chimney. The prisoner, were not re-moveiL The Ions to estimated at several thousand dollar*. Mays the aiery Is e Lie. NKW York, April 18 —la an interview with a World reporter eX-Prastdeat Cleve land said of The Hun's story that he wa* under medical treatment tow corpulency: “The whole story to a .in” Mr. Ctovdaud, the reporter, says took* tow* A why now than when In the White Hound, aud ha* a hen Kb J rotor ta his face Carpenter* wa Parade. Chic AUO, April 18—The striking c rpm tees had a mu aer parade Thu ne lay to the musk of many banda After marching through the principal streeU the pruoaaatua was di*hatei<-d on the toke front, where approprtato »|*e* * to*** Were made. I hare ta a* yet no sign of a sett lenient of the strike. Cut In Hates et Chicago. Chi* AO**, April IS —The Missouri FariAc railroad has saaoaa***! a cut la the passenger rote from Kuna City to Pueblo from ft UU to $d Th*- Rock Im and ami other tran* Missouri lines announced their tul- u Uou ut meeting the oat as anoa as they could do so legally. (Eleven Hers#* Itemed. Nkw Yuan, April IX—TW livery stable of William Connolly, 515 West Thirty eighth street, was partially destroy* I by Are at an early hour ta the us ming Ktovea horses were buntal to death The has on bulki ng is $8,UUU, ami on Hie ai **k RAI,- auu. short atap Ward and Hts W Ifs. New Yuan April is.--Whit- John M Ward, the short stop, alii say nothing with regard to the report t. at he and hie wife, th*- act na*, Hem Dewvray. sr# about to separate, Mix Ward says that It to ne! The Wnrkinamen ('.ii ho Id rn cl hy the RcktilS et the Krcent Riots at Vienna and Peeth— A Majority of the German Workingmen Oppose! ta t'encerled Action—A It ii «*l a a Imperial Palace Destroyed by Nlhtllste—foreign Notes. Lovpox, April IX—The present outlook throughout Hie continent for a peaceable obaerviuos of May Day is much better than It wa* a few d *ys ago, though there is still a Ilk ihool that tit* day will be rn irk# I by dtaor.ler in some localities. In Germany tbs altun lo of tbs working clame* is tom formidable titan eiscwliere, though th re will, perhaps, be s|ir.smodic i.tt tai ta to create riots in tbs larger towns. The German workhtgmcn ara not by any uudns unanimous in furor of a general demonstration on that liar, but on the contrary a large majority are oppoed to any concerted movement WH! Raise Caln In Austria. In Austria, however, the situation I* different and it to almost certain that there will be trouble there, the responsibility for Which must rest upon the government The weak submission of the authorities in the recent riots in Vienna, Froth ami other pie* « has emboldened the workingmen to incr -em their demands ami given them con-Aietme that they will he complied with. The feeling of the hatter classes against the government, arising from its neglect to »ti into* >n the military an d promptly and effectively quell tbs disorders, to also increasing with their apprehension* that the authorities will again demonstrate their incompetency at the expense of the law abiding •tomcat Organisation af G-rman Win hero. The Get man trade* unions are discussing the question of forming a Joint central conium t r which shall possess the sole power of ordering strike*, determining whether such rn*, v -in. ii I* are J • ti Hallie or feasible, conducting negotiations between employes and em ploy era, and la fact assume the entire *1 ire*-tiou of tabor mov«m*-uta Upon this com ii * it u*« tvory trade will he represented and it- d *cietotis are by the terms of its creation to he Anal, Building Lots for Sale. Corner Main and Dry, 150x120, for $500. Eighth and Market, 60x120, - - - - $450 Ninth and Market, 50x100,.....$350. Bluff Street, two lots, each for - - - $150. Alton st*, bet. Fifth & Sixth, 60x120, $500. Highland Parle., One Hundred Lots ranging in size from fifty feet front to one hundred feet aud thirtylfront, ail very deep. Prices from $50 to$500, on terms to suit purchasers. One of the nicest residence plats in Alton. Over IOO Hoiisch and Lots in different, parts of the oily. Call and seo list. Horse? k Mal, M Belle siree!. WH Bls ft VBR ANI) W KUK VEU YOU SEK THIS OVER 700 KINC8 ANO BUM rao« $10,00 t« $75 od. VMI aSMUIS* ML It** ISIS T MUJ-MAR ansar* i FOREIGN MISCELLANY. The tug I ult Hiidgct. Lommis, Ajirtl IX —Tile budget wa* Thursday I iirudu* «<d into th** bouw of comate!.* by Guechva. The ei|*-nare *4 government are shown to have exceed**! the et*lima tis* by A11,AUO, white tim rerdpte exceeded th • rot turn I* * uy over £3.000,000. The duty <>n alcoholic b*-v rage* realto-sl over A5,0u(i,-on**; th- Iwer duty exoseded the rot)mate* by £910,0<*); the duty on fond* n spirit* by £431,0)0: the ilu'y OU borne spirit* by £ I,-UlO.iWU, and that *« wine by £12,ODO. The drink Mil comp etc exceed'd the estlinatea by £l,NU0,(MK). The receipt* from duties on coffee, aucssa and chicory ha.) di-creas***! Ai7,aul, while lh* se on tan had increaaed AA*,KIU Craatdeat Carwat at Marselllea. 5f a Ii*i: t ULM.*, A|*rll IX — Preeident Carnot arrived hare Thursday and found the French Me literran an aqjadron awaiting his arrival Tau squadron which ootnpr|*ro twalva IruoetoL two torpeto hoaU> aud Ave gun- i boats, wd al ten I the prrotitont as his ea curt to Toulon, where be will be received by the Italian fl-**t now anchor*) thwe. M. Carnot via L*1 the boof ii tai* bare, and toter attendeii a recaption given in bi* honor at the prefec ore Everywhere enormous CCU Wits of peopls ananin bto«l to greet the prroeient and tender hun the most cordial welcome. A MgalAraat OtHiaatoa. Lox I* in, April IX—The atwence from th# general .'oat men* tat ion of Chamwllor Cap privi'* »pe.*cb in the landtag of a Mingle compo mea lory allusion to Use addrro* en th* . (art * f Prince Bi«u*arck, to regarded aa tepee tally signiAcant and has t x* .ted widu-•}irea*1 comtuenL While it was not to ba . sip (-ted that the ex-chancel l>r would ut- j fuudvcty coal j *11 men t bis suoosasur upon the o casina of bls maiden xprocb la his new eipsrhy, it wa** (oofl L-ntiy he I laved that bs would at l**o*t extend his congratulations. * _____ Tha Wark of Nihilists. Bt Prrta ui au. April IX—The imperial palais* ut Or aa*-ut >s urn haa been burned to the ground w itb all Ba content* The flames broke out la the night and spread with such a*toal*hing rapt Uty that it Is believed the Arew were ast siinu)tan*H>udy to d IT -rent parte of tha building. Haven inmates of tile palace were cut off from carapo and perish'd. Tba Are wa* the work of Nihilist conspirators who had often Uireateu-d to drotoy the poteen Th* Keiser to M. Jute* Minoa. Pamim. April Ik —Jube Minion has received lr*un Emperor William a copy of the musical works of Fred* i irk Ute Groat aix-ompaaled by a totter in which the em-p -tot says: “Having made your acquaint anre personally, after knowing for many ysars of your cmtaence In literature, tcieuos sad phl-*»*»phy, I desire you to poaeew* a eouveneir of the p-a*etul and rivdtaiuf rn tow v-n w Urb lad you to visit my capital. * Mel*-hie of a Whet* Family. Moat\»w, April IX—Tbs whole city has beau shocked by t # dis*-ovary of the self* annihil itma of a family to escape tim sufferings of pov ny. The victim*, who were Ow* wilow ani tv* daughters of an army oftto**r, looked them se ive* la a room aud .orued OU ta* gas VV b u discovered ail were-lead (rum suffocation. A Britl»ta ktoamer Lash Hi) HUML April IX—-The British s tea mars Euclid and A It yr* collide!) near Hartlepool In Euclid sank, and ber captain and three of ber arew were drowned Mite was an iron screw Ream-r ut ,545 tons, and was owned ta Aberdeen, The A tty re has arrived hare with bar bows Move Sirupy I Soto a to hul*-**lr Nails***. Ll im DOU, April IX —Tho Krupp* have ouu-•)u4e*t arrangements for tba purcbaei of tha •euro vilta^x of Aleandor/, which they pur-p*N>' (iou ve> t sa J into a vast workshop. A Mother Amarieaa (Se aerated. l.Eki.iM, April Ik —Emperor William haa coni. rro I th** Aret class de. ors s n of tha Hoi al OrUr of the » row a u on Mr. Charles G.i *<*a, a D* ywr of Ht Louis. Trample*! to (tealh by Marses. Jackhonvttxx. I to, Ap U IX-Tom Hopper, a bright LU # f **loa, son of » widow, was I** hi *g a team ta front of a business tone , w L n the borws beoaiue frightened ppd ran away. The boy fell under theta heel* aid died in * few minutes. TK ADK MARK TININ A STOVE OR RANGH YOU MAY BK CERTAIN That it is the VKRY.BE8T article that can be had for the price asked. A. L. FLOSS, Third nt, Opposite Bol ie, SEE OUR NICE LINE OF Grranite Ware MOST COMPLETE LINE IN THE CITY. A. J. HOWELL DEALER IN CARPETS, CORT AI NP, CLOTHS, HOGS, Ac. OIL Our Prices WILL BE FOUND LOWER- Considering Qualities and Styles-- Thin in ant other house in Alton. In consequence of the GREAT EXTENT of our SALES we are enabled to do Busimaa on a VERY CLOSE MARGIN - and it ie a rec* ogniaed feet that we handle by far LAUUEK (QUANTITIES OF GOODS THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE CITY. 8PKL\G SLITS. I am now receiving a large anti varied sto.'k of Cloth*, in ail the prevailing shades, for -Spring Suits, wbicT I am prepared to make up is Ult, Most Pastnonable 3 8tvi.es; GUARANTEEING A Perfect Fit Reasonable Rates and Complete Satisfaction. H. C. G. Moritz, 112 Third st^ H. A. iKfFMANN. No 100-102 Kawt SucoimI st,/Jf h ! S I> f U l^l! Mfljiioraa^jjerior^ov: Firebackw Warranted to Ltist Five Yearn* “QUICK MEAL" (J A# QU SU STOVES. Hoofing, UulUnnj, ,spotting at Low Hiou Jxcdwlgr
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