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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - February 12, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON VOLUME DAILY EGRAP WHO CAUSED THE EXPLOSION Bintiimnnt Made by a Mu to nt Repetition of the Wild Scenes at THE SIOUX RESERVATION Dr J Enos MOB Bounces BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL EHa experience during many years haa convinced him that all diseases can be more successfully in an institution of constant supervision of the and with the aid of The position of the SANITARfiMte and thesurroundinK are free land its compounds are provided as may be required by pa L other treatment as may be deemed A LARGE SOLARIUM For Son Baths and exercise in cold and inclement is examined by and receives his FOB THE RECEPTION OF For turner information address ENOS at the corner of George and Third of to Enter Hie New hut Timmil Hack hy tlio Military Who Hail Not Yet Niitlco of tlio Opening Minubnr of Aricntu news hero hat tho president had Issued his proclama tion oponiiig the filoux re servotion was re Beived with Hie wildest kind of and ever since tlio town has been jxsrfoct In tho city the peoplo j rushed hither and bands were play ilrunkon all classes reeled and through the while guns nnd cannons were firod were from every prominent buiMiiijr Wore made nnd prominent vrbo were instrulnqntnl in seeuring the ofwuing of tho were brought hauled through the followed and preceded by the joy of tho who have lived and waited hero for many years for the prosperity which tho opening of the reserva tion will bring knows no under ho none can help join Ing and sympathizing in their outburst f A nrand for But if there ig joy unconBned in tho cities oy the yellow which bounds the there is also tumult and iiuuieqiatoiy after the news reached here there was a grand stampede and rush for tho reservation lands by the bands of boomers md settlors who have been patiently waiting or the proclamation for Just across he river from Pierre is located what is tnown us tho famous mile ou which situated the city of Port Fort ierre and the mile square is a choice spot in he mimis of all speculators and boomers nd it is with a jealous eye that they have wutchod the place and all movements con ectud with It wns this mile square that he sett lers first rushed but as tha nuli ary headquarters were stationed nnd no orders hod baen received from the gov rnmout to allow tho settlors to cross the trouble immediately Wio Uoomers Turned Boomers had about fifty wagons loaded itli which were followed with agonjafter wagon loaded with readymade These boomers proceeded straight icross the river to the number of about md wore headed by the on exmember of the Ohio Tho military authorities saw tho boomers np and immediately a solid column was formed along tho banks of tho As tbe boomers approached they worn told to instead of doing tho column was swung and tho two column stood nnd faced each in command of the came forward ant parleyed with the boomers and told then that they would not Ixj allowed to cross the river until further orders were received from the interior At first tho boom Bts insisted that they would cross but were finally compelled to como back tc the A Number of Boomers The situation down the river was more About a mile east of the city was located another boomers camp and these were more Just at the tirao the news was received hero tho guards along the river were changed and the fresh guards did tho camp at Port Pierre until a r a sensation bai boon created here over tho testimony of u employed at the Bta iilanl oil glvon at tho inquest Uiing hold by thu Hhowalter said that the morning before tho which Klllml man I Injured flvo he was nt work in the when a st range man approached him from behind and tupped him on tho Ho lookoxl nrouml and tho strange man motioned for him to follmv He did and the fol low gave him a telllnghini thatevery tliint wiis llxBil and that when he gave him tho tip to look oat Hhownlter was fright ened nnd did not work the next when the explosion took The strange man ho had never soon and tha Bupposl lion is that tho explosion Wifa the work of sonic one as revenge against tho i he nmttor is being fully Troubles of mi Eloping Charles trainer of trottlughorses and a well loiown Indiana took empioymept with Peter a wealthy farmer of Morgan souie weeks Kspy wcame infatuated with the armors youngest arid handsomest daughter and lost week they eloped and were VVhon they returned home the falherof the flrl rof used to recognize arid they came o tliis Monday they returned to MorniiigstarB to bo forgiven and but instead of that Espy was arrested on ft charge of threatening his fatherin laws and his wife was from him and locked up in her fathers A Swindler Son ten red to Sioux A sentence of five years imprisonment was pronounced Mon day on alias alias alias who pleaded guilty to swindling tbe Sioak City Savings bank by n forged draft for Ho stated to tho court that was subject to temporary spells of insanity by reason of tho bite of a rabid dog twelve years ago and a sunstroke five years and that he could not remember his criminal He has ro imbursod tho Bioux City bank for Its losses by surrendering ttll his property at Parsons whore ho figured as a zealous preacher of the gospel They Gain a Slight Victory in the DEBATE ON THE NEW CODE OF RULES Ilie Nubjort To He IllncuMod Until 5 OClook Whrn tlie Qunntloii Will dential Nominal LftfHHlatlnn KftreUry Illinois fiwump LuiKlnNotei WABniiitiTON the tho Jouinnlof Mondays pYo eeodjrigs was approved by a vota of 150 to I speaker oountinK a Cannon called up tho projxmed code of rules arid of ferod u resolution providing that general de bate shall close at 1 oclock and under Ivominuto tho previous question be considered as ordered at 4 oclock protest Vvoro made against clitYliig off discussion in Mich short but without an Cannon demanded tho Many Republicans against the demand Building Lots for it was rejected by yeas nays an ovorwholmini Cannou Declines to Springer lmmcaintly claimed tbeadbr but Cpnnon declined to yield then called for thu yeas and nays on his de mand jfor the A sufficient njonibers fallixj to arise forco this demand aria liinW ariiilauie from tho Dwniocriitlc side tbe speaker soan Cannorithon yielded the floor to sa he thai hlk Ptfiiiisylvanlu Grand Army of the Republics twentyfourth an nual state encampment met hero Tuesday Thomas department Mayor Weaver made the addres of which was re plied to by Col of ttttsburg after which the encampment went into executive Reports showed that thu numerical strength of tho department of is A tolegram of congratulation was sent to Sherman on the completion of hw 70th a telegram of condo lence sent to Secretary after the day shift had come the As a consequence the east Pierre crowd were on the reserve before thejrwero noticed and had already begun wort The regulars wore soon in pursuit aqd succeeded in capturing all but a few of Many wore put in the guard house at Fort No orders have been received bythe officers in command to al low any one to encroach upon tho Bach minute adds to the horde and the bank the river is literally lined with men and Nearly all are under some leader md concerted movements will be Rome have county with offi cers and and noarly all are Serious Trouble Is probable that there will bo serious after the opening of the be tween these as already they are claim ing certain counties and will no doubt try to enforce their claims by any means neces The river on tho opposite side is also lined with bluopoats and every 1QO yards there is kept burning big bonfires for the purpoeo of facilitating tho heading off of the Indian police patrol a little far ther and it ia to to evado arrest In getting on tho But nt Fort Pierre thbre Is an uxoitomunt which in Its Intensity mid enthuslam was never before eimnlud in this Imme diately upon tho receipt of tho glari news the populace went and wero enabled by the sufferance the government hod granted thorn to remain on thu mile square to evade tha guards and siioak on tho Borne be gan erecting which wore Immedi ately torn down and tho builders put under in NEW De lanoy indignantly withdrew from tho Soci ety of Medical Jurisprudence and State Mod icitio Monday night when exPresident Grover Cleveland was voted in as a member Money was attorney for Gallagher of now serving a life sentence In an English In endeavoring to secure Gallaghers Dolaney gold in an cx citod speech that President Clevelands con duct was dishonorable and Others opposed Cleve lands admission to Killed by Falling flre broke out here at 12 oclock at night iu the building oc cupied by Elledgo as a grocery building and contents wore entirely destroy ed before tho are was brought under A number of citizens collected In the adjoining routed by McDonald dry goods They were alking over the events of the wbei without the West wall felf kilt ng instantly McDonald and aoksori and seriously injuring End of a Sensational The sensational Brown divorce which haa been on trial in the circuit was terminated Tues tlio decree being granted to Mrs The plaintiff charged Mra Brown with In but the trial completely exonerates tho Brown is a wealthy lumberman of Michigan and both prominent in society who is a remarkably pretty ro raives the custody of the two Tho created quito a aciuiatloa Ilcnoh Show at Hew NEW fourteenth an nual bonch show of the Westminster Kennel club bogau Tuesday morning at the Ameri can Inptitute with probably the collection of dogs of degree that tho club has over gotten Thoro was a largo attendance at opening of tho Tho does are divided Into171 in each of which there are at least a llrst and second prize and to some classes a third and A number of special prizes aro also T wo vuab UU coHeafcue Springer was in charire of tfte Jubilant The Dcmoorato were jubilant over their Springer wag greeted by many of his as being iu charge of the new Springer offered a without pro viding that general debate shall proceed un til adjournment after which the code shall bo considered under the flvomin ute rule until 5 oclock when tho previous question shall be considered as or Senate In a bill was passed appropri ating tor a public building at Bur Iowa also bill for the relief of cer tain settlers on the public lauds At I o clock the senate resumed consideration of the buf to provide a temporary government for the territory of the pending question being an amendment offered Mon day by CAPITAL ITEMS Of Itecallod the Olmw WASHINGTON ways and means committee have recalled the gloss recently passed and made some changes in it One of three increases the duty on small glass vials to 60 per ad The ratra on pressed glass and cut glassware were roclassifled so that a higher rate pf would be This action was taken because of tho dispropor tionate on articles now In It was that the finer qualities ot cut glassware under existing law nrj admits ted at an ad valorem rate of at a lower rote than the commonest kind of Tho amendment adopted was Introduced m the hope of remedying Nominated to tho WASHINGTON presi dent has sent to the senate the following nominations Herman of Booth to be register of the land of fice at William T La pi South to be receiver of public moneys at Lieut OoL Joseph to be colonel and surpuon Dallas to be lieutenant colonel and MirgBon Capt Philip assistant to be major and surgeon First James B Hlokey Eighth to be captain Bed ond William Eighth cav to bo first The Corner Main and for Eighth and Ninth and Bluff two each Alton Fifth 60x120 One Hundred Lots ranging in size from fifty feet front to one hundred fee and all very Ittoes J from on terms to suit One of the nicest residence plats in 100 Houses and Lots parts of the Call and in I Have Received a laifee OP GENUINfe HindMade Oriental Which will be on exhibition and for of only at HOWELL Third OVER 700 KINDS AND 6UE8 reou TO THI MMUII1E HU crow exainination of Louis Hodden was coutihtied Tuesday morning before tho house commit toe investigating tbe To witness admitted that he had paid money to About tbe middle pi tost October Wood wrote that he was engaged in looking up tbe gun contract that he seen who was anxious th4t Hajlstod shou d not bo elected senator Ho askajl for for htmself and for his Baying that he could not reach I royal who was traveling over the Witness finally gave the to Mrs THROW ASIDE YOUR FUEL EATERS AND INVEST IN Buyers Hardware a I Finest Line of Carpenters Tools in the The Notice Arrives rtt Jour nals ti special says Until Tuesday morning Indian Agent Anderson j proposal to ejoct all who had en terod tin nwervalion bo hud received I no notice of tlio presidents proclama but the notice came at nnd the rush Sottluru arrived at all hours Monday and tho landscape went of Intro IN thickly dotted with buildings In uourKe of United SUitus Marshal Pry loft for White Hlvor to oscortaiii thu condition of uffuhs tlmro to imoll any A Buttlor who cuino Into town lays that onch claim immedlntuly west of burn has forty occupants found UUHI In a Ooorgo pionour of and well known to tbo oMor found drownod In a Tho discovery wan by Oourgo Worrys From tho fact that Berry Iwd on only her nlglitilothi8 It In Ixllovcv that the got up la the night mid wuuderixl around and foil or lumped into the Kerry came I liere in and wax ovur TU years Rho leuviv two William of Mil and Uoorgo of of HIP Lottery great Mhiimu hiu suddenly withuut i hlngln iiotxi of Tim frliiids of tllB bill ill till llOUBO IllDVKll llllluflllitH post and carilud mul then nil fined thu sonata of the death of tho the for the backdown has not ninblnn Stuiidurd of the biggest deals In thu history of oil men is be ing pushed in Tfie deal is en gilieoral by tho ofllcers of tbe Union and Anchor Oil companies and the National Trust and those men wero Monday considering a plan to buy up al the heaviest prodiicuru and start A producer said Tho scheme Indomnlty for Swiitnji innnoTOw In the case I of the state of Illlnoia for for certain overflowed and swamp lands In Cuawpajgn which came before the secretary of the interior on appeal from the of the commlasolnor of the general land a decision has just boon rendered sustaining tho appeal and holding that all lands that wore at the date of the grant m the u of tliu largent In Nufe In Tho chaw after the Pttcillc la being vigorously It wlw duUliitely ciirtnluwl Monilny Hint bo reached railroad ticket wan Ukau up between Windsor and Buffalo on tbw Michigan Con If ho rumaliis In Ciuiadu lui la uii To Unseat Aittar mi hours the house coniiuittea on by a strict decided rvcoumriiid tliat tbe house unseat Iuudlotou and seat Atkinson as from tho First Wimt Vlrgiulii A lllcue at Cirnnd flro In the 1arlcir Furnilurn com pftiiyn plant nirly In tho morning was con fined tu tliu waro wasdostruyvd that indemnity for swamp lands located by warrants or scrip must be taken in the slate whore sflch lousos occurred Is adhered Seoratury Tracys WASHINGTON Secretary Tracy will present testimonials to CBief I Porrisandiioward of tlie Mrtriot Iow a largo ami varied stock of Cloths Itmll household ou the morning of the fatal flro at tbp secretarys For Catteil aud Wright secretary has suleoted handsome gold suitably Cliief Pprrts will vhu ivclplent of silver serv GUARANTEEING n WABHINUTON FBU tor and Jolm of Mis opened tholr brown stone rwddonce at tho head of BUteeuth street Monday night with a reception to the Tbe about 800 In included tho panAmerican tho diplomatic the Judiciary god In Kuvor of Postal WASUIMOTON Iosunastor Owuefal Waimmaker appeared before tbe house committee on and port roods ftint read an olaliorutu statement ia favor of a system of postal Klllnl Wlillv tliu cross Ing tho Trunk A Perfect Fit Reasonable Rates and Complete 112 Third st V 100102 East Second AUKNTd KOH KKNTON bank of ll Last JFive Spoutinu at   

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