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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - February 13, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON THUliSDAY FEBKUAHY 2107 Execution of Wife derer at The THE IOWA So Mnnugo FlM They Cnn llrnw Their DEB bourn mat ut Tuesday afternoon and Immediately took a recess until 4 oclock to give the IU publican caucus time to consider a Demo cratic At 4 oclock the Repub lican caucus had been unablo to reach on agreement upon HepreannUUvo Walden introduced a resolution for the appointment of a committee two to notify senate that tho house was temporarily orejinlMdJ and a committee ot two on the statute that days ffomthe time of tho convening of the general assem bly tlio members may draw mlloage and half their Tho resolution Wai Anally After taking two which resulted In tho house BIG FAILURE Woodruff NEW Bait Enos Sanitarumj ffOS Announces that he has established In a building purchase tor the purpose a for the flVATT F UfALLu BOTH MEDICAL and SUKGICAL i experience during many years has convinced him that all disejea managed more eupceBafully in aninstitution of this underfce at supervision of the and with the aid of mean9not at than when the patients are seen by their medical advisg ervals of several hours or f he position of the SANITARIUM and the surrounding are fry all noxious It is readily reached by the Second street honl land is near the Union pe building is and are as perfect as is possible was in the habit of bwledge of samtary science and the requirements of such an institutionfcnd abusing his mother in the most violent foeotrioity in all ite forms Oxygen and its compounds On one or two occasions recently are provided as may be required by pa beat her until neighbors wero compelled THE WORK OF INDIANA A HnirWltted Soveruly Punished for Victim tlm of Ono of the Heg SerlmiH cimrBe Against a Promlnmit Winuonnln Churchman Buuoril of the was hanged in the To ronto Jail at oclock In the Ho mot with a steady step and a calm counteiiauoe to tho In sixteen from the time thojrap was sprung Kane was The condemned man spent his Inst night on earth 1ft prayer and with his spiritual ad To Father Cruiso Kane mado a confosHion which will probably never be made j Tho March hn the Moss was said in Katies cull oclock in the morning and tho last rites of tho church were administered to the doomed avlnB done a irga credit in At the same tunealarge quan tity of the firms paper matured here and they could not meet it The assignee says be expecto the assets to equal Cha former consist of stock of flsh on commeroiai wo mm The on Duke of the and Deal Forced to the NEW Farn llsh add salt have made an as giving prbferonees of the liabilities are between ani inostly to New York the principal cause of the the faot that the reyo lutionary troubles In South America anil Haytl mado uiU man half an hour beforo the march to the scaffold was On the Be fore his Governor Green asked Kane If ho wished to make any confoosibn or state and Kane replied Wo The trap was then sprung and HIS REASON ENTERING ADeilre to Beloved Country Hint Into Prevent Exciting Brene When Sentence Wan In the Home of fraWber A gf at case ol the Duke of who li charged with violating the expulsion law wag called Wednesday and tho young duke wasfound guilty anoV sen tenced to two years On the announcement of the verdict the air was filled with cries of Vive V Vive i L Orleans and Vive La The gendarmes were compelled to blear the court Wanted to Serve During the eaonilnaUon thA dukb declared that he had entered French territory for the purpoaa of serving his country aa a common His had nothing to do with fortunes his as oply lifted into the air sUteen mTputoshe i ond the warehouses FOrman was pronounced A Brutal The crime for Kane paid the penalty was committed on 17 wife was found brutally murdered and Kane was found in a drunken He claimed up to the last moment to have been so drunk on the night of the crime that he knew nothing of what had occurred and protested his in The Legislative i taLtfiA7 OornqrMain sand Dryj and Ninth and Bluff two each tor Altop Fifth One Hundred FOUGHT LIKE A Indiana WhiteCaps Get Hold of a Tory Tough THHBE Sam dem a halfwlttod who lived at Lan had long been the butt of tha young men hi the Ho was possessed of great and when teased beyond in addition to such other treatment as may be deemed A LARGE SOLARIUM 3un Baths and exercise in cold and inclement is Bach patient is thoroughly examined by and receives hii personal FOR THE RECEPTION OF further information address ENOS at the corner of George and Third THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST LINE TO GEOR6IA AND Consisting of Pullman Sice Day Coaches and Baggage Can run solid Macoa Train wfliforUflMFQRT SAFE tENotCRESCENT Snlo at all RAILROAD OPPICBS in tbe Uonsutm of Juuman Day Ci Irota CINCINNATI Kia Lookout OhattanoogaM Intelligence reached here Tuos wr evenhig that on Saturday demons a more than usually ferocious assault his lilt a WhHoCnpn Finger i band ot WhiteCaps at once 9 oclock in tho evening a large P4 took demons out of town and ad severe He fought One member of the party bad a a bitten and several others fell to his nails and Hewae nualtauud and taken out about a mile where was terribly founi njm report that in soma wore cut into and t08 and cut from head to i givon tnirtysix hours to eave under penalty of another morning he LIVELY TOWN Snough ijjtonieut to Keep the Citizens PROVIDED X Feb the postoffleeat Greenwich ln Stamps and Ther plamled to ooveT UNANIMOUSLY up their wory but the explosiotajouggd the town and the bers They were but jpostofllce at Greenwich i I twice and the expost master has lost property alleged political not has boon Btoe i toblow recently at house and and the legal raiding illicit sa and now thw fl years the portofflce It has Pleased his Royal main with the Good People of this tty FORLO these Many Years after rating a System of Small and Be It That we Consult our Own when in Need jof Good FURNISHING id DRY to Call on Thut in order to keep bis ROYAL oa awbile longer wo all of us agree to bend tur Neighbors for all their Good Gooda nt LOW and that a Copy of this be sent to THE OF ALTON The Cronln Q M exander Prederlck Mark mag Jjeremiah rJoUu charged with brlbe Cn nln were called upijudo Water mans court Wednesday pefend anti and Bmitt plead and the nounoed that he would M The after situation is mam legislation is ma I word the state un ate adjournment The day morning are said to be lllogai because tbe president inuut sign ttiem in the prtwonce of a and he did not sign uritil after Becker The obleWt of bringing Becker bock and passing bUls was to furnish evidence ot legality the Republican legis lature with the and Power be seated in United States Conrad j of the late Conrad Seipp was proven by Judge Kohlsoat Tuesday afternooa The court Issued let tore testamentary to WiUiam Seipp and Thiea Lefens 6n their individual bonds of In their petition for Seipp and sou and respec of the stated that Seipp left real worth per sonal propertyvworth entire estate amounting to The heirs are Cathorina the widow Will iam Marie Hattie Emma Clora BUsa Alma and Conrad After Vain able GREAT lively interest has been aroused at Nslhart over the efforts of a party of capitalists to secure con trol of tho famous Queen of the HiUs mine Into which a tunnel has already penetrated a distance of 300 with the dump ing hundreds of tons of pay dirt ready for shipment to the smelter as soon as the rail road The small nnable to hold their wagon it twelve mUes to tbe railroad at but those able to wait arp doing Tho smelter here has received as high oe 800 tons per of ore which has been hauled to the An Innovation in notable bills have been Introduced in tbe Kentucky One makes poolselling or book making on the races a except upon tracks where a special privilege granted by a Another makes a felony of a negro game whiehhai been token up by the fashionable high rollers here since keno and faro were sup The third makes a circus for not Jt adver Any who Is can make and upon proof the can be flood ISO to hisbeli In drew the whiob had gathered aBbiii people were quietly dlBpersed In the British BOOM of Oom of coin and aU from suit pm One of the nicest residence plats iuH vA from My feet front Prices I the House ot cotn jnoni Sir James under secretary for that ilwpa whichhewoulA slfortlV which he woulA liamant would in a large measure tisflel the mtoapprehflnskm which caused1 the Brfeent hortlW feeling of the TdrthgMse tfubtic toward The relations existing be tween the English and Portuguese govern b were of the most friendly Portugal raggested that the submitted tparblfcrayon butltng land considered arbitration Inapplicable to parts of the and Lots in different see iiatT the piracy It was also stated ttat the Pwiss tovitaaon W Eiiglana to pariiclpataijtii the proposed Berne yet been considered bytie address to replyto tbe queens1 speecn Gladstone said that he regretted1 thai England had in conflict wittf herold ally but the oasa was one for ac tion and It was bettor that the action should be prompt A Demonstration at enorinona crowd as Bombled in the Ploce Dom Pedro and repub lican orators endeavored to harangue vari ous But the pplloa and cavalry charged the which was disperaed after jiersbiSware It is a month since the Sngllah ulttoatuid was presented to the Pbrtuguose government and immediately accepted It The demonstration planned was intended as a celebration of the desper ate objections to The police prevented tha denwnatratloa International American tav mg arrived at in the hafborof the French fleet ajso lying a series of hare been Adiniral Dijpotit en tertained at a Rear Admiral Walkerand the officers of the American while falter gives weekly receptions and dansantes oriboard the Chi The American fleet fosuniej Ita oruUo I Have Received a Which ill on exhibiHon a rare chance Third Si UTOt TOO KIHD6 AND 8UU f KM ro iktt neSfl be would Wiere if tougn and ODpnnpJl plead Rework of securing a j There is as yot no trace of bocun Fire In an Orphan NEW Catholic Orphan asylum on Fifth avenue and Piftyrflnrt street was damaged by Ore to the extent of at 8 oclock In the Tbe 400 all got out in Sitter the mother superior quietly informed her atso elates that the budding was on fire and they in their turn the bpyi to their books and go out into the TmiUttta follows led by Col Robert aJad of vacated building and aled out Into tbe It took jutt tw half minutes to Arroftod on a ScrJoun city clerk and dealer elfoos was arrested and Justice Markhnm oharged Ing a 18yoor old daughter of John pleaded not guilty and tho oaso i A 80 and tho ball J The city having informed the of the who flnally parsuaded the story of her Sherman is a nent librarian of the Prosbytori day and It Is diflloult for pe believe the Tko otty ia cited ovor tho always borne a good luu a and two Hold Attempt at While of the firm of Ooyort wan maki a deposit at the Fifth National bank NSW to Tfte World from Jtfaoh alarm is felt here for the safety of R which left Victoria thlrtweo days having on board Vice Admiral She baa yet at San Braa and naval authorities art aoxlpm about There gales along the ooost The colHor Costa Rica has alppbfisn out thirteen waa bound or San Francisco and It is foarod that Bne hat gone Prominent ludUnu lioufcer tho wellknown died at hli homo hi tUU city at the ago of Se waa at tho houd of tho banking firm of that has boon In the banking bual nces In thin city for many H won one of tho i toatslonti bolng estimated tn a prominent KhightB Tom arge of the which will occur report made by op pointed to inveBtigate tbe broogbt try pamslUto bora of the w jll benre sefated In tpe housp of comnipnii Wnfle the report t Judge fiay will dollver a separate Emperor William a Socialists have abandoned their idea ot organiiing a uni versal labor strike In owing to the favorabia ntteranoas contained ill the recent reacripta issued by Emperor William With regard to the working i To ray Porto the chamber of depu ties Senor the minister of preuented tho Porto Rico which au thorizes tbe government to issue a loan for for the couvqrsioa of tbe Porto The TnMto Qlven Infor mation that King Hawauga has bb antbority In has destroyed the alaye and friendly wjlth the Chrte I THKOW ASIDE YOUR FUEL EATERS AND INVEST JN Builders Hardware a I have the Carpentefs Toofe In To DC Konslguor papal nuncio at will shortly bo elevated to tho Two Plucky Pcnniylvanla Two young of one of the prominent farmers in Lawrence vlndloatyd tuemMvau in a etrlftiag John a viltogu In said to hfcvo droulatod a damaging nature against one pi tiw young thin dollar n good one Ho turned around to aoiww him when he felt bla bank book slide from undor hand and another tranger crowding him against tho grapplitd tho thief and hoW hlui un til aulitanou During the ooufusloa the other man got Wbon money waa it wan that tliare wefe Tim book originally ooutuiiioil but tho hold a f 10 bill in Ills huud wlmn he UoyerlV Telephone 1 i T r i i u I JiTl fiJ y I am now roceirltig large variod stock of Cloths In prevailing for Spring I fii GUARANTEEING The Jury in third NttvanA trial have rendered a Edwunl ohargtKl with the murdiir of Buuiuol was found guilty of nmrdor in the flrnt UjiH and charged with tfei murdw ot WUUvn morning wo years t nt In and durmg the a transport steamer for the Hii rutfrSI from tbe sea and been Agalntt a thu cue MrJe Tho Shrsveport irailroad the Jury returned a ver Ulr of plaintiff for Plain killed ftrelnan on te P0U iaAn IBmontbt old baby burned to death during a fire ip tbe residence of John umr Bay At COaudn Perrys house burned and an infant 0 old At a 4yearoVJ Ml fttoa vat of jETfML fataUy Near Oliver red deuce wMileittoyod by flra and oil two eUldran lyvarejy Itm Celebrating tilnoolui anniveiiary of tbe birth of Abraham Lincoln apiirouriataiy otlutratod mtCobtrnl Muslo ball bf an en Uruujuioiit under tbo of Llnvoln National Tbe addraw of tU evfntug by John H of ftw Mrred in oltfM throughout mid A Perfect Fit Reasonable Rates and Compete jarfenzThW 100102 Flrebacks Warranted   

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