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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - January 8, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH VOLUME 20.ALTON, ILL., WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANI AUY 8. ISIK). NO. 177 Dr. J. W. Enos' Sanitarium, ALTOM, ILL. DR. ENOri Announces that he has established in a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the TOTO! OF ALL CURABLE DISEASES. BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL. IHs experience during many year* has convinced him that all dineaHes ow be managed more HUoccnMfully in an Institution of this kind, under the constant supervision of the physician, and with the aid of means not other* wise at oommand, than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers at intervals of several hours or days. The position of the SANITARIUM la high, and the surrounding are free from all noxious influences. It is readily reached by the Seoond 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 science and the requirements of such an institution. Electricity in all its forms; Oxygen and its compounds; Baths, I>ouches, Massage, Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided as may bo required by patients, in addition to suoh other treatment as may be deemed advisable. A LARGE SOLARIUM Vot Son Baths and exercise in cold and inclement weather, etc., is provided. Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Knos, and receives ins daily personal attention. Now <3Den FOR TUE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS. For further information addrest Or. ENOS at the SANITARIUM, comer of George and Third its., Alton, III. JULIUS H. RAIBLE. Rectifier, Importer AND WHOLESALE DIALER IN WIMES and LIQUORS The most Celebrated Brands of KENTUCKY WHISKIES free and in bond- A SPECIALTY:    IMPORTED Cognac Brandies, Holland Gin, Irish and Scotch Whiskies, Cherry and Blackberry Juice, Port, Sherry, Bordeaux and Rhine Wines. HEADQUARTERS For all kinds of Select California Wines and Brandies in Casks, Kegs and Bottles. Come and examine the Largest Stork of Fine Old Wines and Liquors ever offered in this city, and at Surprisingly Low and Cheap Prices. ET ho All Goods delivered free of charge. Orders by mail will receive rompt attention. Store and Offico cor. Fourth and Ballett., Ware-Ute on Fourth tt., between Belle and Plata. I HW. HARPER'S WEEKLY. ILLUSTRATED. liAJtFBtt a vt EBELT has a well -established playas th* leading illustrated newspaper lo America. TU* rairm -ss of its editoiuii comments od current polities has earned for ll Git) respect arni confidence i f ail lianas ti ai readers, and the variety and excel-Ione# or its literary contents, which Include serial ami short stories by the best awl most popular writers, rn It for the perusal of people of the widest range of tastes and our salts The WESEL! supplements are of iv in ar sable variety, interest, and value No expense Is spured to bring the highest or der of artistic ability to irar upon tbs illustration af tile changeful phases of home aud foreign history. A Mexican romance, from the pen of Thomas A. Janvier, will app'ai laths WEEN Lf in IWO. HARPER’S PERIODICALS. PER YEAR. HARPER * WEEKLY  ........... I* HARPER'* MAU AXINE ............... ion HARIX HH RAZAK       ...    400 HAWKES Vol NG PEOPLE    IOO Postage free to all subscribers in the I nt ted -Mites, dana*la. or MsHeo. The Volume# of tho Vt stai r begin tan am Number for January of each VV baa no utile is mentioned, subacrl WM. L. KLUM with year, lotions I time WlU begin with the Number current of rae«Hpt of order. Hound Volumes of Hampei’s W keklt f Mire** years buck, In mat doth binding, will be sent by mall, po#taste paid. or by express, free af ex t>en se (provided the Arms bt *h ►** not exceed one dollar per volume), for *7 (si per volume. Cloth Cases for each volume, suitably MOURNING AT BM. The Dowager Empress Augusta Called Home. other foreign news of interest. lisa# that* Gorvwn•» omnirHrstPa •*!*»*♦ avswvhtalW J WU I VETCH BIT TBICH »* ‘LL MI &K ™ IfuC/U. Funeral *ths Vleiiius of the Porest Gats Pauper ' e.rad Fire — A Great (Hare at Brussel* Itlshop G't allaghan's Advice to Voung Irishmen -The Latest Mews Ceneernlag Dr. Peters Halaktava It*. toes It he should He Provided Fur. Birlie, Jan. A—Th* physicians attending the Do wager Empreas Augusta report bor condition as crltkai Hbe ha. suffered a re latter ami her respiration is attended with great difficulty. The Emperor Wllliom, the lh alb of Charles Lever's Hon. Dphlin, Jan. A—Charka Lever, son of the celebrated Irish novolbt and Limsslf a sr ion* Uftr electrician of nrtNnlnance, was found dand In his bed Monday morning The iks> burs say death was caused by heart discase THE DAY ^ CONGRESS. Proceed lugs In Moth H ran rh es of the Notional legislature. Washing it >v GITT, Jan. A—lBthe tea-ate Tuesday Faulkner Introduced a MU to provide for Ute world's fair at Washington in mis Harris introduced a MI! to suspend tbs operations of the sinking fund laws until further order of conima, referred. Voorhees offered a preamble aud resolution cadi ing on the de}mrf rn<att of justice for informs lion ss to instructions issued to United Stales District Attorney Cham bars at Indianapolis, and reciting the report that Chandlers hail Interfered to prevent the sr rest of VV VV Dudley on a charge of violating the laws at the Last presidential election. Morgan then addr-raod the senate on Butler's bill for the emigration of aeiofai people from the aouth. House Proceed lugs. In the house Tuesday the spanker stated that In accordance with the resolution of Monday he had administered the oath of office to Randall. McComaa ut Maryland offered a resolution that the house go into committee of the whole lo iv aulder the District of Columbia appropriation MB - the committee to be governed by the rules of the last house, and Breckenridge of Kentucky, raining the question of consideration, an an inuit d debate ensued. Death of the Slayer of Million. aire Pettus. CALLED BEFORE A HIGHER COURT. for if recelufof 11. OO each' Remittance# should be made by Postoffice Money Order or Draft, to avid chance of ioML Newspapers are not to copy this advertisement without tbs express order of Usa-ran A 11 mot MX os. Address    MAKI* I-It    A BROTHERrt, New York ITS UNDERTAKER. AND ORALEE IM Ready-Made Coffins, Metalic Caes, Caskets And Burial Robes, For Indies, UnUemen and Children. Offico and Shop on State street. aver llart’s Livery stable, WHI attend Job.Work and Repairing Furniture. J. SUTTER & SON, DEA LA lift III FINE AND COMMON FURNITURE. A Full and Complete on Hand Stock Always STOPPED FREE. mHi ' N f RVE Rf STO ll R _ re Elim S N*e»* bi-sokM. o»e sew irs tm Mrs* Af mu <•», SW,    Wa iriinaiii ain i*'!    th Mu Ss TfMtlM S' I h »rts! MU* Im e»TN Do not Fail to Gnrm cs a Call Before l*urchaaing. OPR FURR ITU EK ROOMS ARR ON State Strt. uooosite Third. ALTON, ILL. DOWAGER EMPfUHM A CO CMT A. (From Photo Taken In IFTt.i mpras. their two elder aune, and the Duke end Duchess of Baden are at the bedside at he ex-emprese. Count von Moi the left tbs palace at noon. He seemed much affected Later.—The dowager empress expired at 4 AU p. rn. Her Death Predicted. The Dowager Empress Augusta wan the widow of the aged Kaiser VV til taos, mother of Emperor Frederick, who aucceedad the latter only to die of cancer in the throat after a reign at a few month*, and grandmother at the present Emperor. The death of ber venerable buat mud affected her deeply, aud it was predicted at the time of its occurrence that she would not long hit-vive him    _ MISCELLANEOUS FOREIGN NEWS. Lose of the Che**borough. London, Jan. K—Advices from Yokohama state that four survivor* of the American ship Chewd* trough have arrived there and give the following particular* at the few* at the \ easel: The Cheed-trough, while on a voyage from Hakodadl fur New York with a cargo of sulphur, was driven ashore by a heavy gale un the Japanner mast She noon broke up, aud several of the crew wore killed hr the falling rigging others were KH wried by the sulphur, fell into the surf and were drowned. Sixteen perished in all Tbs four survivors who managed to escape lo the shore, were well trusted by the Japan***' fishermen, supplied with food, shelter and clothing, and Anally found their way to Yokohama. The Ctuawborough is a total wrack.    ______ Victims af a Holocaust. London, Jan. A.—'Tha burial of the victims of the Forest Gate pauper School fin* took place Munday. The ceremony was wit-turned by an immense crowd of people and •he soon** attending it were touching in the extreme The bodies were encased in coffins exactly similar In style and were followed to th> burial place by hundred* of children whose genuine sorrow at t lie death cd th»*tr former com pontons was manifested by tears and sobs which elicited responsive manifestations from many of their elders. At the grave* the children san* appropriate hymns with impressive effect. Aa Irish Bishop's Adv!**. London, Jan. I -Bishop O' Callaghan, of Oork. odlresolng on as*omblage af young mso, stated that ha was aware of a err ret revolutionary society in Ireland numbering Burny residents of O*rk rn its membership. Us warned his hearer* against Identifying themselves with this or any similar organise tion and particularly counseled them against bamming in any way counseled with or lending their countenance or sympathy to any political society or faction whose objects and methods ware not entirely open and oc-otarfble to public sent tiny Raid to he na I'itlmatum. London. Jan A.—The correspondent of the Times at Idabon telegraphs that another note from Lord Halisbury was delivered to the Portuguese government Monday, which is believed to threaten au immediate rupture of diplomatic relations unieos satis faction ie at mice given for the action of Harpe l'iuto. The caNuet sat immediately after the receipt of the uMe, and charged Bon hor (taro** with the duty of wading a reply at ones. ___ Horrible areae at a Haaglag. London, Jan. a—Higgtabothan, the murderer of an old woman at Birmingham, woe bang«*| at Warwick Tuesday When the Univ foil th* !**«* opened an old wound causal by a recent attempt at sak-Lie by Hifgmb'titan By cutting hie throat, and tha blood, spurting ait, q*tter«i over the assistant- The eight wa* ghaatly, causing saw-eral people to faint _____ Her* A heal Dr. Fetes*. Berlin, Jan. a—Mora doubt Is now coat apr*, the report of tbs m aam ere of Dr Pe-tfws. Deuhanlt wires to the Kin in relief committee that he ha* received front Dr. Peters, addressed to the committee, tetters which ara of a later da< than that of the reported rn nm— which were written at a place on Dr. Peters* route beyond that at which it was reported ha wa* kiltoL Disposition uf Parlslaa Begger*. Paris, Jan. A— A aedion of the manicipal couu-U, after cousldoraUon of the isnt bsmum to rid the city of tic* nuisance of heggars, has advised that the government eeutiish agricultural colonies in different paris of France Id which mendtomt* may I-- sent aiel made lo mirk for their own *op-puTL ll al ak leva Heroes. Lindon, Jan A—The Manchester Chronics* publish a a lid of the -ar'Ivors.rf twenty of tile rank and tile uf tin* Balaclava hernia, showing that they ar* either in the workhouse, puu: ciowdaga, or mr* vagrants, while (Alter us vicing officer* aru amply provided for.    • The (irristk Laker Troubles. Berun, Jan. t—The Kreutx Bettong, dto-tossing tho labor troubles, expresses the ba- Funeral of Mrs. Knlffrn. Trenton, N J., Jan. A—The funeral of Mr* Kinffen, who was mysteriously murdered a few Dight* ago, look place Tuesday, A large crowd of people surrounded Dentist KnUT.ii's hmm*. After th# ooffin had been placed la the beans Dr. Knlffen barr lei down the step* and entered a carnage Ha was vary pole and did not even glance at the angry crowd, lait kept hie eyes cant .town. His overcoat collar was turned up, biding a scarf that covered the alight wound made In bbl sensational attempt at suicide Monday. A detective quickly followed him into the carriage. A moment after this carriage had been driven away Miss PuroeR, looking very pretty in a becoming costume, tripped down the step*, apparently regard lee* of the unfriendly glances bestowed upon ber. She loot no time in entering a carriage, an i a detective and her brother David stepped in after her. Other friend* af the family fbi-lowed, and the cortege moved rapidly away. Nominated to the Senate. IV Aam ji< min CITY, Jan. It—The president sent to the senate Tueeday the fc»llow tag nomination#: J. W alf rid. (rf Mtnneauta, receiver of public moneys at Taylor'* Falls, Mum.; Everett W Foetor, of South Dakota, to ba Indian agent at Yankton agency, A D.; George Fcngler, af Iowa, to be surveyor af customs for the port at Dubuque, Iowa; iNivld B. Miller, uf Iowa United Ria tee marshal for tbs southern district of Iowa Abo the following postmaster* Illinois— John McKinney, Jr., Aledo; E A. Nettingwr, Ottawa; Frank N. TV», Mount Mania; J. L Hastings, Macon Gtty; William Harhaugh, Gen*ooe; John H. L lacer, Effingham; A H Kus. Jaraeyvfll# K. W. Hill, Maroa; W H. Noma. Garlysl*. J. t O. Clark, Newton; L T. Linnell, Gobdsn; K. H. Brush, Carbondale; A G. Huilipja, Anna ____ Huuth llskvls Leglslatare. Mi sn sa roue, Minn., Jan. A—The Journals Pierre, H D., spacial any*; Tha legislature af flouth Dakota cnnvaaed Ttteeday afternoon at J p. rn. Ona hundred and sixty of the IR members were present. As the organiration was perfected last fall there ara* little preliminary excitement outside af a diligent canvasstag far the minor offices which have not yak been Allod. Governor Mellette post}, -nod the delivery of his annual manage until Wednesday Economy ta all it* phase* will In tbs strong point of the Mrs. Hannah Ranthworth, Who Was Drugged and Rained by the Men ahs Shot, Passes Away In tha Tombs Prison Atter a Lingering Illness, Burrennded by Mother and Brother*—glary of tha Mnrder af Mer Betrayer. New York, Jan. A—Mrs. Hannah B. Southworth, tha murderee* of Millionaire Btephen Pettus, died at A o'clock Tuesday morning in tbs Toombs prison. Tbs killing of Pettus, who was secretary and treasurer of the Brooklyn Elevated road, occurred Nov. 21, lost The weapon used was a Bd-cali-hor, don bb action revolver. All Ava • bombers ware dle-mta anornwnarm charged, ai*! a1 bullet* took effect. Pettus had ju4 left the ferry when Mrs Southworth, richly droned and thickly veiled, rtopjied behind him and began firing. Three shot* entered hi* body ta tho back before be could turn, such wa* the rapid tty with which the desperate woman Arad. Tara Mora Shots. Altar turning Pettus made a vain attempt to elude tbs woman's pistol, and she Arad •gala, the hall entering his neck. The fifth SUH last hall enter.<1 Pettus* foot os tha right aids. making a ghastly wound. The VK-tlra then staggered and fall drad on the •Mrwalk, while the woman with the revolver In her head stood speechless until tbs •rflksw arrested liar. A few years before Pettus had drugged and ruined the lady, and when she appealed to him to right the wrong he only laughed at ber Her disgrace so preyed upon her mind that she determined to take tha life of her betrayer, Mr*. Southworth had I •era constantly 111 since ber arrest The Remakes Removed from Prison. Mrs. Martin, the deceased** mother, W. B. Martin and George Martin, Mr* Mouth-worth's two brothers, w«rs with her when she dim!. The deceased was HU yean of aga Dr*. Mediae and : Chatwood attended the murder tm during her illness which practically oumnMatecd upon tha day that she committed Ute murder The coroner granted a permit j fur the removal of the body on the strength of Dr. I diet wood'* aer ti* Acate af death, I which stated that R resuttol from anosmia, heart gel**Tai debility. Th** rwiuuus were token to Mr. W B. Martin'n residsooe, SIH Lafayette avenue, Brooklyn. Mrs. Martin Prostrated. Mrs, Houthworth foruierly resided there n ab ber brother aud bis wifs. The body will be en (Semi in a metallic Mn«i casket aud temporarily buried ta Greenwood on Tharaday. In the early spring it will be ! taken to 1/MiaviJle and Interred in the faro Ay plot Mrs Martin ta entirely prostrate*I by her daughter's death a y\ tts INVESTMENT. One Hundred Acres Of Land, Adjoining Upper Alton, with House cnntalnluff IO rooms, Barn, ami other outhouses. Will be sold for little more than mortgage now upon the place. Sale Must be all Cash. A#* Purket (leering to intvrf in /arm W&-/> tnt I* cannot <h tetter than istvik-•tajT ijtUt thw f/roj*rtyt one of MssWv Wntreit mvr offend ar-uwt Alton. 'ftrjtoi T\tI*. • I*r>/farti/ miU ami moot te told. 310 BELLE STREET. EVERYTHING NEW. OUR STOCK OF- Carpets, Oilcloths, Linoleums, Rugs, CURTAINS and CUR I’AIN FIXTURES, Is now complete and on exhlbltian in ear salesrooms. lits THE LARI J ENT, HANDBOMB8T AND MONT ATTRACTIVE iSSOlMMT OF OOO DB IN THIN LINK KVER BROUGHT TO ALTON. It win ?■ V    c    .•    'he    a'    ii«. «aas ara I * '    sis*    them    The    •■tun DUTTQQPI Q ' ‘    *;    •:    .;«ii    in    I.*    a1 DIlU OO uLlO Tap***trjr arc lirautirul mid artistic    Th*. TXT CID t TAT Cl    ar* ai. specially Kti'ii.-ru . ti ti -1 ti... i r. ,    c-.u    wMe i UM LTJiAIIy O    te sail 0,11 i nm QATT A DTO    •*»    a    re#)*    c-empt. Aiiirg**1 Att I OyUAltLo    RfTPQ    "* "    Reeel i.ont, Sheep -kin arui* mack is* ir    kin    erin*:*. RUGS, n (ITB rn east Ult. IU >TII' and LIN < M,KlMMn*.'rctii variety. CURI Al NI and'Ct ar sin h«mii A. J-. HOWELL: (TO 700 linos m liZli TMI CNU!**. Wa* De4<-rut In rd to Die. BLOOMtNOTDN, Ilia, Jo& A—Monday evening a stranger, a Gorman, modo a dee|ierate hut fiiUk effort to put sn end to his life by haring a tesla on th# Terre Haute and Pe-orla rollway near Mackinaw, Ilia., run over mmsaga Tha Prohibitionist* have a strong I htm R,. 0«warv»d by far rn lying on , lobby present and will do their utmost secure on iron clad prohibitory Iota. m j Democretlr Uenators from Woo toe a. Helena, Mont, Jan. A-The Democrats met Tuesday noon ta joint -radon. Diligent efforts on tbs pert of Clarke's friends brought out a quorum, sod on the first ballot Clarke and Maginuis were elected Democratic senators from Montana by a vote of HT each. Mon. W. A. Clarks was th* president of the tate constitutional convention of Montana, Is a well-known banker sod mine owner of Butte. Bon. Mart bi Ma gitints has repeatedly reprt meted Montana as a delegate in congree*. Rilled we the Rail. Hammond, Ind. Jan. A—Kdwin Morrison, 17 years old, a son af WiUtam H Morrison, woe struck and instantly tailed mil OO Tueeday morning by the No. 9 fast amil on the Michigan Central road He was on his way to a *iaugbt«r-h.»u*« to awk work lie stepped off the .ast hound track to get out af the way of a freight, when th* incoming taal! train struck him completely severing his head from Ms bolty. Big Fir* at Brussels. Bara*aLM. Jan A—^The theater and bour** her* were dwtroysd by fire Tuesday morning Only th* hare walla of th* bulk I tags remain For a tune it was thought that th* fire would destroy th* block ta which the theater and bourse were located, but th* irw nuxi mved the Hotel Central and other ad- Ht building' amt nm ued th* goetas of the Nobody was killed, nor was anyone injured __________ Attorn pied Train Wrecking. Little EUm b, Ark,, Jan. T.—Au was made Monday to wrack a freight train ' on the Iron Mourtata nod ta th# deep ruck cot, on* mil* soutk of here The engineer mw a negro throw a vary large ox-cheiu across the rails The angina Nun ped the rails and was badly broken No on* was Injured. The negro ta supposed to bt a dfir ( barge! vii>pl*»)a Three Mea Rilled. New Yore, Jan. While laborer* were engogsd in tearing down the old Long istaud . railroad machine stop in Long Island City, the walla fell Chartae K> iu >uthl*J, the foreman, and Hchwfleid and Myers, laburera, were natantly kitted. Fire al Maltlmara, Md. Baltimore, Jan- ^—Early in the mottling fire In the building Na 111 West Ba I ti more street, caused a tem to Jubti«"0. Boyd A Co., notion- and white good*, of IftS.ittl, fully In suml.    ___ New Verk Legislature. Al-DANT, N. Y , Jan •.—The tagistature Bact et II o'clock and after swearing ta tha new '/Ricers li-teuad to the reading of th* govern**"* message. th* track, who, haltering him ta to floe ted, et tem i to*! to eels* hun. but he flourished a J knife ai them, myiag that he was determined to commit suicide, and they were afraid to molest tam. Knowing it was nearly train tim* the farmer* reported the cam at the de;-.L th* trainmen war* not!-fled, and the train approached tha prostrate Mn cautiously, and the men war* oblige.I to resort to violence in ardor to get him off the track. Ho add that he had loot all Ms friend- and w os determined to die, and apparently woo ta bis right mind. Rad of a Remarkable Life. PvRRtA Col., Jan. a -Carson Darker was found dead ta a south eels saloon Monday. It was the striking sod of a rwnarkabte llfa For yean un* of th* moat eminent preacher* in the Methodist church la New York state, he beearn# a drunkard and an outcast, won dared to Pueblo, reformed, aud agata joined the char ch    Hu. reformation lasted a year, during which he did editorial work and •toromBtratad great ability. His test fail I HAVE NO HESITATION IN RECOMMENDING Mild Sidles and Ranges THEIR HIGH REPUTATION FOR DURABILITY, ECONOMY OF FUEL, CONVENIENCE, ARTISTIC FINISH STAMPS THEM AS THE Best in tlx© World. It ia the constant aim oftbe manufacturer «o make tim very Bait Stave that tan Ins produced. THEY AUE UNRIVALED. Sold only by _ _ A. Ll. FLOSS ■rn. He leaves a family ta Indiana. Third Street, opp. Belle. Telephone *H» Cold Weather Calls for Warmer Clothing. And so I woi1' state to those in Need to Call and Examine my Stock of Underwear. .‘Blankels. Comforts. Cloaks, Slaws Flannel Stilts. Aid many other things which tend to make a person Comfortable in Cold Weather. At Prices to Suit Everybody. H. F. Lehne, 133 TLird st. Perished la the Ssus. Nevada, Cal, Jan. * —Malcolm McLoud, * mall carrier, with a onmpankm started on ■tow slit tea to carry mail to Washingtem, a distentv of eight mites About taro mites ktsn Wa libitum Mc I* <*1 began to foil His •otnponion dragged and carried him to withtn half a mile of the town and went for Mot-lance. He rvDtrued with a party of citi-w»uh aud found McLeod still IvcatLiiig but he dtol shortly afterward Th* two men teal blet their way, and hod Iran traveling In a circle for bourn Grant alala* far fhleagu. Cincinnati, Jan. st.—Th# chUogo r, mm utter* having ut charge the erection ta liiiroln pork of that city of the monument of Gen Grout viewed tbs equtwtrain statue of the great hero upon which Louis Rebtaso, Cta-ctanati's sculptor, has iran at work for two years. They primounoe th# work a complete sa cr sos Mr Ytebtaao *r1U rerHve |2ft Oil) for his work. The statue, ' ho b is only in plantar at pnrant, will be sent met, where it will he cast ta I roo so Th* CuHspalear) Achoo I Lew. HUU StVIIXX, lite, JOU. a—Th* oumpul-aory school tew was put to Ute test here Monday and Mr*. Jane Alford, who kept Ira boy at iKJine beimuee ahs la SO poor that be has to assist ta earning their living, ta la jail Fie* dollars and costs was th-* pmolty attached, and the poor woman, unable to pay, wa* put mu i prison. Jcffi r,oii Deris' tleiMoirs. Nrw <(augern. Isl. Jan N — Mr*. Jefferson Davis an.** her hu-loud left bis memoir* ta such sh*|w tliat th-y are U-ing readily propanol by two literary jmtlemou uader her supervision, e el arid be ready for pub-liaaiiou in a Iew mouths. ;