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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - January 27, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON DAILY VOLUME MONDAY JANUARY Enos announces that he has established in a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the 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 forme 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 SANITARIUM corner of George and Third AND THE BEST BRAND OF SILK vonrv GO TO 112 Third In for Are now Ready for Market February and March are the months to sow LAWN Try our own containing all grasses to make a Beautiful fctocktxHiiplttUv m ivrTPiinn wAlQM uufimntc4 W Wrlto honiKi to wiihlng to on tain uttori J new or I will execute drawings and spucin and make applications for Putoiitv m punon or by free Lucas Lucas Pfeiffeiiborfifor GENERAL SUPBRINTKNDKNT AND MECIIANJCAL DBAUGUTSMAN OUlcc on Third one door west of Third Suicide of a Dishonest Govern ment HE STOLE MONEY FROM UNCLE Gnorgn Ciulilnr of flio Now York Aftor StpnlliiE frcini siiootH HiuiKiir Vend In IIIN lloiiio lit Uocl SwInilltTH Itit to Flight by H Iluoky Illlnnln Other NEW was rtJscoverwl Friday that Ooongo cashlar In tUo was nhort in hit 000 to and soon afterward Louns bury shot lUrnsulf dead at his homo In Hack IoBtolIlec Inspector Wheeler Was sent to in which place ho Wrived too for Lounsbury was Du Inspector Wheelers return word was to LounsburyB bondsmen th he was d His bondnmen ore Theodore Hoffman of EVlgar of aud John New York Tho Shortage Lounsbury Jiad been away from duty for three aud Friday morning he sent a telegram to Postmaster Van Cott stating that he was confined to his house by The postmaster had had hie suspicions and already had opened the safe In which Louns bury kept his money and had found that some money was An Investigation was set and Superintendent Wood of the registrys department was sent to Lounsburys Whon he arrived there he found the cash ier very and camo back to New Hud a Uundiotne Louiwbiiry entered tho under Posttnastos James in flo bad been cashier since He was 30 years of age and Besides his salary as cashier he had an Income of a year from a feed store In Lousbury had to make daily deposits at noon and had the handling of or a It is believed that a short time ago he made away with but somehow managed to re placo the money before tho loss was discov THE OLD MAN WAS A Farmer Who Was Tcio Much for the Llghtiilug Hud grtzzled old farmer with a shotgun put two swindlers to flight in Nellie BIy time a few miles north of here Friday His name in Henry He signed the old swindling liglit nlng rod contract under the impression that ho was getting his lightning rods for When he discovered the true character of hts contract ho took down his doublebar reled shotgun and waited for the party of the Brst He had not lomj to wait before the swindlers came prepared to put tho rods on the said as one of the agents started to enter his You cant como in and he backed the assertion with his Olvou Five Minutes to protested tho lightning rod I have a contract to put up rods on your building and am hero for that How much will It cost asked Something over was the How much Said it will cost you was tho cool I dont think It sold Emmerich de nnd ho cocked both hammers of the ho I will give you Just five minutes to got off my place and If you dont get Ill fill you so full of buck shot that you wont know what hurt They Claim Jumping at claim jumping craze is prevalent here In most cases violence ia not resorted but at one time Friday ft was necessary to call the militia to prevent a Robert who uujnitly claimed a lot in the heart of the was ejectwd by the author Both Hamll and tbe authorities had their aud a conflict was Immi nent when commanding tho United States troops stationed dls parsed the mob with a company of Buloldod Vlu tho Gaa Eldondorf was found dead in his bvd at 3ti Cass street Sat urday The strong odor of gas at tracted the attention of other tenants In the and Investigation proved that the gas was escaping from Eldeudorfs Tho door was forced and Eldeudorf was found Quo of tho gas burners wns and it is bolievod that the young man took this means of committing as Ue has bijou despondent of Juilfimeut AgiitiiHt iin of tho istiitoagiiumt Andruw the Democratic exWarden of tho southern In diana to recover belonging to in the which Howard was charged with was de cided in Uio circuit court Friday Judgment was given against Howard and liU bondsmen for Mciit with tint Green was hanged Imro Fri day for miirdur of Lewis an iigpd white furinor of this The drop full and Deputy Hhorlir Charles 1arkiiifoil with Braxton and painfully hurt by contact with tho Irbnlloor DruxUm died of A WrmigKil llimlmiulii BAN Hrom president of the California Insurance WBH shot and badly wounded Friday by Oeorgo getioral agent of tho that MB had confessed that Bromwsll ucduood Iloth n are widely Bromwoll la a man of family uml Mont Muni Srrvr Illn Nnw Joluinn tho AimrohiHt wtw Hatunlay morn Friday thu guiiurftl term of fun su urwiiii iittlrmixl tho decutilnn and wn Esnio of tlw lowor awl tbe Anarohlst igitator will now sorvo one year In tho Kiirthqntko Hhonk In olllcurn of the City of Baton pawing up Friday report a heavy uliock of Bellfout tit 8 oulook In tho A vorttuble among lUo of tUo who Imvo not ivrgottou results of thu gveat wbon Jfnw Madrid and uoob of thw od jnount territory NELLIE BLYS TOUR Tlio Inlrpplil Most Cnitlliil irilliiK tit Wy panned through Pltteburg nt 3 ocliwk Halurday arriving via tlio Panhandle routo on tho drat section of train AU along the route from Chicago she was ao cnrdetl the most cordial At Co not Row than jwoplo gath winl at the station ami gave her a hearty At the Union dipot in thU city there was gutherod a goodly number of relatives nnd friondi to gleet the young During the Interval of changing Miss Uly was presented with a basket of flowers and a package of candy by the employes of the Panhandle Fintflit Time Kver passenger agent of tbe Santa Fe who tho trip with Miss BIy to Jemoy said to a reporter that the tlinp made by Miss BIy from San Francisco to Chicago was tho fastest over for that in the The average time for the whole distance was thirtysix miles an If the train is on tiino Miss Ely will ruach Jersey City Sat The time ends Vhe srvouty stcond day of her trip expired at 0 oclock Saturday If on time et Jersey Miss Uly will have made circuit of the globe in seventytwo six hours and twelve At BIy ar rived at the Broad Street station of tho Pennsylvania road at and loft at Several hundred people were at the station to greet but the crowd was so that her car was locked and veiy few eaw her at She was reported to be in good health and good Kml of tho FainutiH JERSEY BIy ar rived htre at Her actual trav eling time lu encircling the globe was 72 0 10 minutes and 38 Evictions at was the biggest day Sheriff gutter has had in the evicting Sixteen families at Walston and Adrian wore thrown out of their at the former and eight at the latter The sheriff was accom pauied by fiftyfour Pinkerton with their and the miners stood buck and looked quietly The sheriff said that ho had 114 more to serve and that ho had only until next Tuesday evening to do Borne of these will undoubted move out before that The sheriff thinks there will bo at least 100 evictions between now and that England Bitterly targe meeting was held in the Trinity theatre Thursday night tu start a fund for the national The Duke of PomariS A committee of consisting of leading citizens and naval and military was appointed to so licit subs riptioiib to the A number of sjweches were made in which England was bitterly assailed for the course she had followed hi the dispute with Portugal and the French and Spanish lauded for their sympathy with the A number of subscriptions were made to the fund by pelsons present at at the WmitH to Increase the the house of commons Friday the inombor for West More land drew the attention of tha houso to the enormous increase in the consumption of American drassed meat In thu maritime Nine years ago the importation amounted to but Chicago houses have since worked up a trade there representing nearly pounds annu The Canadian unprovided with refrigerator cannot compete with the American and the member urged parliament to double the To Investigate the Russian government has begun an Investigation of the horrtbje disclosures crncernlng the treat ment of it having been learned from official sources tyat 77 per cent of the number committed to charitable institu tions dlo from It hag been shown that the parents sell their children to who pack gtx or seven babies into hampers and send them over the country as resulting in groat The guilty persons will bo severely 1ecnllur Ittinuuruy Paul died Friday from the effects of a frightful Injury he sustained Thuinday while outdriv ing with a Thu horso ran away anil threw both out of lie Paul was hurled dlroctly toward the of another carriage and with sucli force that the iron end of the shaft entered hU thigh Just bo low the lower rib and cumcj out at his The itartlod at whose head lie was leaped liack and jurkeil the shaft from Pauls A Snuiplo MlMoilr Mo Vaughan George Johnson detul Vaiighim was on his when ho met John who followed When they arrived at the and after the men had thrown rooks at one Johnson fired at Vaughan with his returned Johnsons fire thru aiul every ball entered the Vauglmn mirrandured olaimlng ho had killed Johuson in Fuund Two CltlnvNe itud a man who called Friday morning at the laundry uf Yeo Loo and Slug found Uith thu Obiniimnu and a woman named Mnmlo dead on tlw Physicians think death WOH caused by inhalation of iJiltlno gunuruMd lu some way from washing The wombb won a sipatod Overruled the Judgu Aldrlch has wait word from Woruoster that ho overruled iL IiiKMHills motion for a imw trial In the ii of Cliuitur HIIONV nonius John This enilH all to ruopeu the o and nothing iw pivvent the Imtilng of an execution to collect from Alloy iho amount ol which woa ulwut All Uncommon Jfl tho organ if Blgnor publishes President Hurrl tolutffum to the king of Italy convey Dig his upon the death of tho ciuko of The Rlfonna Buys thle man Ifoktatinii of cordiality is the more worthy It has so few UlMlntf Coltvu on the At Over thirty miles north of our Oat cam of cotton took fire from tparki from an engine and 0 were Low At What City Will the Worlds Fair Be Held BOWDEN SIDES WITH CHICAGO A Clinnrp to ANCcrtnltt tho Htumltng of thu minium tit the QnndroCenton nlal ComuilttmSpoiled hy liolden ol Xiiir IIoihlK llcfore the uiiil Moulin Iriyn In HIM tlnnntt of RepreMflntatlvea Warniollin WASHINGTON the worlds committee of tho house mot Sat urday Hatch bf Missouri and IJowdenof Vlr glnda ailed to answer to their The subeomiuittec reported adversely on tho resolutions of Springer and provid ing respectively for balloting for the Re lec tion of tho site on and for holding a celebration lu 18IW and the fair In The Kubcoinmftteo asked leave to prepare a bill gontalulng alt the essential provisions for holding tho fallIn 1H93 but omitting the name of the where it shall be Springer and rcpi vigorously opposed the granting of this permission and urged against any more de lay on the question of determining the Sided with the Chicago Bowiion of who was appointed at the instance of the Washington of sided with the Chicago men and offered aa a substitute tor the report of the the resolution of Springer providing for balloting for the selection of a site in the house next A vote was taken on Bowdens substitute and it resulted in a Springer and Bowden voting for Its adoption against Wilson and A chance to ascertain the standing of Can tho was spoiled by the en trance at this juncture of Beldeu of New who voted against the substitute and thus defeated The report of the sub committee was then adopted and the com mitte subject to the call of the aud Moans WASHINGTON ways and means committee Saturday morning adopted tariff schedules for wood aud woodenware and omitting for rattans and canes used in seating The two schedules ore practically the same as those of the senate although adopted by the are subject to change before insertion in the bill to be pre pared by the The Democratic of tho committee submitted the Mills bill schedules for and wood and Representative Morse of Mas and appeared bo fore the committee and argued In favor of no reduction of the duty oo KxOovernor Wannotha WASHINGTON senate committee on commerce Saturday had un der consideration tho nomination of ex Governor Warmoth to be collector of cus toms at Now ExDistrict Attor ney Leonard and Representative Coleman were present and opposed the confirmation in short speeches but as it was stated that Warmoth is now ill nt Philadelphia the further consideration of the ease was post 1ruuldont Hurrlnon to King WASHINGTON presi dent has sent the following telegram of con dolence to King Humbert WASHINGTON MA KING Rome I beg to ex press to your majesty my deep sympathy in the great sorrow which has fallen upon your majesty in the untimely death of your distinguished the Duke of House WASHINGTON house Saturdaywent into committee of the whole en tho customs administration Immedi ately after the journal wan TJiS honse having completed consideration of the customs administrative bill rose and reported the bill to the houm Voting on amcndmtmbi then Prison the confer ence of Marshal Irving Governor and tho speaker of the houso of represontu action was agreed upon to bring the two houses together an amicable Probably thuTlrat bill to bo agreed upon will be the one appropriating money lor the renovation of tlio penitentiary which is over crowded and Spring Woathur In is on joy tho Hrst chlnook wind of tho Tho thornwxnetur has risen degrees since Thursday and the strtutv aro running with water from tho melUxl People art going around without and the weather is spring This is the Ilrst in turruptlou to the cold weather which begun with tho now Nino Without crew of the British bark which arrived at Liverpool on greatly by tho recent were without water for nine whan a torrlllc hull storm sot in and they WDii uimllcd to satisfy thulr thirst and ob tain a supply ot wnbr by gathering the hall stones that fillupon thi deck ol Ilie A Miiiiwliuund Tiitln Ualtiusedt snow bound Ovtirlniid jmiwiiiKiT train on the Con tra which Inui IMVII lilnckailixl in UK 1ml wiuii Emigrant Gap and Sacra incnto Jim IHUMOI through hurv from CVilfux at SiOfi oVitxik Buturday morn ing uu it way to Ban Flro at The foundry of M JHVO on DulliouuW was doin ugol by flro Buturday mornlnp to to ox tout of lliu piuinlwu of thu Oiorgu llmtiup Engraviiig wore damaged to tbu umouut of by aikothor lire A 1iilr The ship owners olfer to pay tho dumunUed by tbu stokers on condition tuut the niou ogrou during tho yoar The on couiilderlng the Invltutlim to thu The city oounell hiui farwardsd InVltatlou to the PauAmeri lan delegate to visit thin city oouw tlinu mouth of Itupurt of iliu Iuruul JWL KruemuiM Journal nayx tlw 1Miutll hw report to tbe uptwker of tbe bdim of Building Lots Sale Corner Main and for Eighth and Ninth and Bluff two each for Alton Fifth One Hundred Lets ranging in size from fiftyfeet front to one hundred feet and all very Prices from on terms to suit One of the nicest residence plats in Over 100 Houses and Lots in different parts of the Call and see EVERYTHING OUR STOCK OF CURTAINS and CURTAIN Is now complete and on exhibition In our Salesrooms It Is THE HANDSOMEST AND MOST ATTRACTIVE ASSORTMENT OP GOODS IN THIS LINE EVER BROUGHT TO It will do you good to look It over whether you buy or But the attractions so treat and tho prices so reasonable that we do o t believe you can resist The oiMintoC DDTTOOOT C this season Is particularly Tlie designs In Body and JDJAiUOOlJijO Tappstry aro beautiful and The ID A TWO alML specially and the ror oHntlon so wide as O to silt afl Our AT3T1 Axil aro just what are neoded to make A larger OVJ UJiUlXjO slock ever of pjrp ci In White MranfcM Sheep Skin Klack Knar iliUVTOi Olb CLOTHS and L1NOLKUMS In great varlotX CUBTA1KS andOUIWAIX FtfTOtB UVER KH KINDS AND SIZES rnoM ro THE GENUINE ILL BEAR THIS ttttcarl a I HAVE NO HESITATION IN RECOMMENDING MiiliiiHl Slovrs and THEIR HIGH REPUTATION FOR ECONOMY OF ARTISTIC FIN1 tt STAMPS THEM I AS THE It ia the aim of the manufacturer to raako the very Beat Stove that cnii he THEY ARK Selcl only Uy FLOSS Telephone Gold Weather Calls for Warmer And so I would state to those in Need to Call Examine my Stock of And many other things which tend to make a person Comfortable in Cold At Prices to Suit   

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