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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - January 17, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON DAILY VOLUME FRIDAY JANUARY Enos ENOS annotraceB that he has established in a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the OF ALL C 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 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 be 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 his daily personal FOR THE RECEPTION OP For further information address ENOS at the corner of George and Third JULIUS Importer AND WHOLESALE DEALER IN Tho moat Celebrated Brands of KENTUCKY WHISKIES free and in A SPECIALTY IMPORTED Cognac Holland Irish and 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 HAMPERS IJtAmpaul WMKLT has a wellestablished place ai the leading lllustratud newspaper 111 fairness or Its editorial comments on current politics hiu earned for It the respect and conlUlonco of all Im partial and the variety and excel lence of literary which Include and short stories by the best and most popular nt It for tho perusal of peo ple of the widest range of tastes anil pur The WKBKLY supplements are of re markable and No expense la to bring the highest or der of artistic ability to bear upon tho illus tration of the changeful phases of home and foreign A Mexican from Jlie pen of Thuniun will appear in the In HARPERS PER HARFEUB 00 BAIUKltB HAUAKINK 4 00 HARlJIU8 It A 4 00 HARIKKR YOUNG I 00 Postage free to all subscribers In the Uni ted or The Volumes of the WKBKLT begin with the Ural Nuuiberfor January of each When no time Is subscriptions will begin with tho Number current at time of receipt of Bound Volumes of HAIUKIIH for three years In neat cloth will be sent by postage or by free of expense provided the freight douu not ezeeed one dollar per for per Cloth Oanes for each suitable binding will be sent by on receipt of HemlttuncoB should be made by rostofllco Honey Order or to avoid chance of Newspapers are not to copy this adver tisement without the express order of lUii 4 Address Now JIAHIICU STOPPED Lucas Pfeiffenberger GENERAL SUPERINTENDKNT AND MECHANICAL DRAUGHTSMAN Office on Third one door west of Third To any persons wishing to obtain letters patent en new Improvements or I will execute drawings and specifi cations and make applications for Patents All In person or by free Lucas far Utrn iLLIILI It Ulusn u dlwivij Notuafit l TcuIlM aiul Si trlil bolllo IIM t 8UTTEH IN FINE AND COMMON A Full and Complete Stock Always on On not Fail to GIVE us A CALL lie fore OUK FlUNlTUUK UOOMS AUH OX Stato ODDOsito The Boiler of a Steam Shovel Blows MANY EOPLE BURNED AND Wrslcy n Holler Ho Itnill Injured That IHml nn the Wny thf of tho Other of the Uoller III own n of a Quarter of a NEW Wednesday afternoon the boiler of thostonm shovel used by the PitUburg and Lako Erie Railway company In excavating at exploded with eitch force that several pieces wore blown across the river and driven Into the ground a fourth of a mile Besides the regular force employed in run niug tho machinery a number of Italians and conductors and ongihoor of train 1 were sitting in a tool car back of the shovel All were more or less Wesley of Mount Washington repairer of boilers and who hod Just had both logs broken and was badly man He died on his way to the hospital A List of the Tho Injured were James fire of face burned and arm serious Wart of burned about bands and face Pat face and head and hand bruised William burned about the face conductor of gravel burned about tbo face name face burned name eyes burned William bruised aud burned William head cut John William James and William slightly injured Ben of at first reported is all Cause of the Explosion The bailor seemed to be in good condition and the gauge indicated forty pounds of Tho cause of the explosion has not been but the machine has been in use for many Tho tool car caught fire and two barrels of oil stowed thereto in creased tho All windows in the vicinity wore broken and the shovel demol of this treated tho after which they were sent to tho West Pennsylvania hospital at Pitts Killed by an Electric Will employed at the Cushmnn Chuck was killed by an electric The men in tho factory have been in the habit of amusing themselves by touching electric light wires that run past the windows and receiving slight Wednesday Will iams thus grasped a wire while leaning across a eteain The current from the wire passed through his body to the radiator and killed Tho current was an alternating of about Collapse of a Huge 000 gallon tank in the Madi son and ludianapolia yards collapsed Wednes day morning while carpenters were at work upon Joe of was fa tally Lowell of was badly and William of was slightly Th grouud was torn up for some Tho loss to the company is JO Tho cause is supposed to Imvo been the swelling of th dry Fifteen Men Nearly Nonrn men wore overcome by gas in Hoosac tun nel Wednesday and severa barely escaped They were brought and it is thought all will re The damp weather seems to inter fere with tlm circulation of the air in the making it dangerous for workmen to remain AfroAmerican the morning BM sion of tho AfroAmerican convention the following officers wore elected Georgia vice Hew Man S Nebraska District of aud one from each of tha other states repi resented Mis souri assistant Smith The newly elected president was escorted to the choir and made a speech upon the negro Dominion Parliament Dominion parliament opened Thursday with custo mary Tho speech liiliverod by tho governor gouTal deals with tho Behring sea question as follows Iu consequence of repeated seizures by United HtaUs cruisers of Canadian vessels while employed In tho capture of seals in tho Buhriug sea tho Ca nadlan government has on tbo iuv ixjrial government tho necessity of protect ing Canadian shipping while engaged In law ful and guarding against assuuip tion by any one nation of exclusive rights iu the Behrlug The hope of an early and satisfactory settlement may lie In dulged End of Sharon HAN in the superior court rendered a decision in the Hharon case which virtually ends that famous Judge Shatter hold that the decree of tho United States circuit hy which the alleged marriage contract between William Sharon and Sarah Althen Hill was declared a forgery and or dered was in forco in all aud that the contract has no legal Ho ordered tho Sharon uuw postponed indo Hotel by Union owned and run by John was burned to tho grouud Wodncwday Tho lire was discovered about Tho inmates being tho flro WHS under great headway before It WHS It started under tho kitohun floor iu some saw which nuiito a denso smoke and nearly suffocated tlm Nothing WHS saved exiopt tho There was no Insurance on the buildup or iiign n follows Cincinnati rustnirt house ind Ornnd sufltoiu hiiuao and New ifork custom Homey Nut WAHIIINOTCW in no founrlai ion for tho report that Stephen Dorsev to Tho oxsenator Is in the best of having loft his ranch In Now Mexico lust He will spend part Of the winter The Investigating Committee Begins Its PROMINENT PEOPLE ON THE CELEBRATED BY rho Ilnt HIM Punned by South kotu first passed by the legislature of South Dakota reached the governor at exactly The bill Is senate bill and act to provide for tho refunding of the landing indebtedness of tbo state of It authorizes tho governor ap point a commission of throe to make a flnfl adjustment of tho accounts between North and South and to deter mine tho of floating Indebtedness outstanding against the andwhn part thereof Khali be apportioned to th states of South and North Both houses adjourned for five minutes to ceto brate tho After loud cheering prayc was called and the two houses in join oBsembly bowed their heads while a ferven prayer was said by the asking tha this first act of the new commonwealth blessed by the and that al other acts may bo worthy of the WHOLESALE Six Men Executed at Fort for FOHT Sara James John Thomas Wllles Jefferson Jones and Austin James were hanged here shortly after 12 oclock Thurs They were all halfbreeds and con victed of A Policeman for the Central detail of was tho referee at the athletic entertainment at Battery D Wednesday He would not any slugging nor anybody else to act as either referee or but bossed the ing backed hi his management by a large de till of officers to uniform and citizens rlothea As a result Harry Gilmore an Billy Myer did not box eight rounds with fourounce They had to wear eight ounce spar for and no dec siou was After four even rounds Myer began forcing matter in the flith am the affair was stopped Rucing Circuit for INDIANAHO rom Rushyille Cambridge and Columbus met Wednes day and organized the Ceutral Indiana cir with Bruce of presi and George of Cambridge Dates for meetings were agreed upon as follows May W June 10 17 Cambridge and Columbus racing beginning on Tuesday of each woel and continuing four Premiums wll be from and Abdnotud HU Hdlids was arnwted Wednesday cliurgwl with the ab duction of Minn Celiiia to whvru ho juuiitod her iff nn hiu The girl WILJ recovered and hur in Iu Tlio prluouer has a wife and two chil dren at Now National Womans Christian Temperance union has issued a circular to the nonseceding white ribbonors of Iowa instructing them to elect officers to place of tho aud continue their work as waiting for the or ganization of tho Iowa The circular says that tho C is intact and that the National has al ways been organically nonpartisan and thai loyalty to that organization does not mean that white rlbbouera must indorse the Prohi bition Tbe Iowa Deadlock DBS house met at the usual hour Thursday morning aud proceeded to choose A proposi tlon to the form of a resolution wes made by the and looked toward permftt neiit It provided that the present acting speaker bo and that the house proceed to swear to This was not and a motion to made by the Republican wcs On a roll call to elect a elerk the rote stood 47 to The house then Ilnllot Crookedness In grand jury summoned the election officers of pre cinct A to appear before it and testifyin regard to the disappearance of fortyone a package of seut secretary of state to Town Clerk PrentUs before the late When tho was delivered to the precinct office the seal was broken and fortyone ballots were to an denied all knowledgo of tha Tho matter Is a local political Powdorly Still General Workman Powderly U still sick at his home to this aud la not able to leave tha The warrant his arrest was read to him on the day that it was Powderly accepted the service uud sold that ho wouldaccompouy the constable to OB al dermnu and give OH noon as he was well The constable la now waiting until Powderly Bonds him word that he is willing to bo Claim it Baldwin and bis of Han claim to be heirs to a 000 estate Iu San Frederick aud lilihu Baldwin left New Uaveii for Cali fornia Iu on the uhlp and wqrn successful In They iuviwtod n real which is now tho boat port of ijvii A lawyer is in town Imnt ng up records to prove their olaiui before court next Irlnoii In New Is excite ment in labor circles to this city over the act that it has iHicomo known that the Al jany HnltentUry will put the convicts at work In a prison A contract won modo some months ago with Howard 1ad a former attache of tho Pho contract Is run for throe and will probably lead to the of the proti ent ooutract latior The BUwart Will NKW is believed that at a meeting Wednesday of counsel engaged In the Stewart will a was agreed by which Judge Hilton ubundoni pnrt of the of tale to tbo Ui con Hid wiit I OK of a of ull clnlins from The value of tho projvrty gojnod by tho couUMtuott rumorel to IHJ but no authentic flguros are William McKlnlny That nin Name Rlnncil o a Paper Dated Jaly In a Bntrnctlon In Tlm Cincinnati Commercial Fornker on the WltheM WASHINOTON select jommlttoo of the h6use to investigate the al leged ballotbox contract wjd the Cincinnati during the recent gubernatorial loinpaign in began its Beasiotis jay with Mason of Illinois to the Representative Is suf feripg from the grip won the only member if the committee absent Mason opened tho proceedings by laying before tho com ailttoeji coiumunication froraSonfttoreSliar and Repre jcntativos Breckonridge of Justice Whit requesting that as it was to have a full and iinparlial they would like ItopreaouUtlvo Grosvunor aid In examlniug witnrasn and rendering other Tho First The request was granted and Representa tive Grosvonor said all of the gentle were concerned in tho matters in hand desired to Representative Ohio was the The halnnan presented a paper dated July the forged ballot box lubsorlptlon list and naked if the witness bad ever goon the paper and if the name William signed to it was his own nig McKlnley said be saw a paper limilor in appearance for the first a month Representative Buttorworth showedit to Tbe signature was not bis Re knew nothing about the mat ter except what had been In the newspapers and never heard about the ballotbox bill un tU the hist The Paper Pronounced a Judge Justin of who was counsel for Governor Campbell on the fcoJlotbox forgery was next called Ho woa shown the paper dated Washing July 8 and asked totoll all he knew about The witness hod never eeen the paper He said that James Murray bad called on him after the forged paper appeared in a Cincinnati and said tbo paper was a and had been got up in his He secured three affidavits that Tbe next day ho called on Murat Halstoad at the offioe of Tbe Com mercial and demanded to see the Halstead said the paper was in the Safe Deposit companys but he produced a photographic reproduction of Halttcnda The witness Halstead the paper was a forgery and tho matter was allowed to rest for twentyfour The next morn lug Halstead published his retraction in The Commercial On the same morning be received a note from Hal stead stating that be bad become convinced that the paper was a forgery and he hoped that every effort would be made to probe the In tho Interview with him Hal stead said he had become suspicious regard ing paper on tho afternoon of tho day the Forged papor appeared to his journal He never ascertained where Halstead secured the forged The had claimed that tho paper was gotten up merely is a scheme by what is known as the top a document that might do dam age to the Republican could bo traded for It EzGoveroor Forakor ExGovernor Foraker was the He had come to after the tovestiga ion bad begiin and was warmly greeted by of those to the The forged luibecription list was shown to He sold ie had no personal knowledge who executed Ho asied to be allowed to tell hti story rom the On Juno the morning after he was renouilnated for gov ernor of Louis assistant city solicitor There was somecon orsatlon about Campbell Baddon d that if Campbell were nominated would have the support of same of tho eoding Republicans of tho The wit iess asked him who they and Butter worths name Was mentioned among The witness expressed some and Radilon in explanation said 2ompboU was the of the bill the ballotbox bUJ in which Butterwortb and were financially inter Hero were a uumber of people in bo room and tho conversation was Hoddon promised to furnish him evi dence Butterwortba oonneo ion with the Tho witness produced a letter written to Hodden telling him not to forgot about tho but no on wer was Want Mlon on the Vrea WASHINOTON of New was the only wit ccw to appear before the ways and means committee Thursday Ho repre sented the stove makers of the United States and presented a petition signed by asking that mica be rotuuml on the free n the ground tliat to place a duty pon that article would bo to burden lie manufacturing The i said that the production of largo lieu iu the United during the last iron or four ywrjj hid been GO light that manufacturers had been obliged to use the uiall To a duty upon mica oulil enhance tho cost to the mauufuoturer without bouutltlng the angreftitloiii WASHINGTON CUT the reported to the sonata Thuralay and looad on the calendar was DUB to Inoreww 10 appropriation for the public building iid Rite at Milwaukee to After routiue the wiuato took up tle bill itroducod by Butlor on to pro idofortlio emigration of ponwiw of color rom tho HouUiurn ftatev to utler Oo addrow the suaiata The Hhermnn Ilkuklng WABHINOTOB te comptroHur of tho was befaro ctimmlttee oo banking and our ncy Ho JUcuHsod Uto ShafBUu U to provide a permanent Unking Llwof provisions of the bill and favored 1U To Imprnvn roblln Wlnduin sent to the house Thursday com mynlisllon ratling attention to Uta of uiftking tot tng and iurprovlag nunbir of public baud Ono Hundred Acres Of Adjoining1 Upper with House containing 10 and other Will le sold for little more than mortgage now upon the Sale Must be all desiring to invtsl in Jarm VtkhtMlfi cannot tlo belter than invcsti this one of the ehtap ever offered urmttul Perfect Tit Property will and mwt be BELLE EVERYTHING OUR STOCK CURTAINS aud CURTAIN I oow complete and on exhibition in It If THE HANDSOMEST AND MOST ATTRAOTrVH ABSOMTMOKt1 OF GOODS IN THIS LINE EVER BROUGHT TO It will do you good to look It over whether you buy or But i great and tho prices so reasonable that wo do a o t believe you can resist ttiom PTJTTQQPT Q seasou Is particularly The doslraj in Tapontry are beautiful ami The TaTO are ai specially and tho range tor election so wide as UJltTtt AJLJN O our A TDm QATT A Tjp ure Just whatare noodoa tomaie A larger Alll OU stock than over or TDTTnO ln Whlto MvulS Skin Black Bear XbUlTOi CUBTAINS andoUKCAlJf JiS Mil IJj KINDS AKD SIZtb TO THE QENUINt ALL DEAR mis o I HAVE NOeHESITATIONJIN REOOMMILNDING Garland Stoves and Rajp THEIR HIGH REPUTATION FOB DU R ECONOMY OF ARTISTIC FINISH STAMPS THEM AS THE iBosrt in tlxe It is the constant aim of the manufacturer to make very Best SUve that oan be THEY ARE ky A Third Telephone Cold Weather Calls for Warmer And so I state to those in Need to Call and Examine my Stock of And many 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