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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - February 14, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                DAILY VOLUME FRIDAY FEBRUARY 208 1 Enos DR HNO8 announces that he has established in a building purchased for the purpose a SANITABIUM for the OF ALL CIA BOTH MEDICAL and His experience during many years has convinced him that at diseasei can be managed more successfully in an Institution of this uider the constant supervision of the and with the aid of means nt other wise at than when the patients are seen by their medical at intervals of several hours or The position of the SANITARIUM is and the surrounding free from all noxious It is readily reached by the Second streetowe and Is near the Union I The building is and arrangements are as perfect as is posslblefrom a knowledge of sanitary science and the requirements of such an Electricity in all its forms Oxygen audits compounds are provided as may be required by pa in addition to such other treatment as may be deemed i A LARGE SOLARIUM For Sun Baths and exercise in cold and inclement is Bach patient is thoroughly examined by and receives u datty personal FOB THE RECEPTION OF For further information addross ENOS at the SANITARIUM corner of George and Third RESOLUTIONS UNANIMOUSLY ADOPTED Bitter Feeling Between Dry and Wet the THE ACCUSED OF ARSON By Way of for the mowing Up of a Iluaci Kali Torrlflo Knonnn ter llctwtcn Sophomores nncl Fronli men at PennRjrl nt Hold Highway Uciblicry at San Frnncldco Riolmrd nonr the scat of the whisky wusaoton ire and burnod presumably by the sa loojjlRts by way of reprisal for tho dynamlt John Joyces saloon in Fnlrliuul Mon day Thn loss about with insurance In tho Continental The fight between tho snlocmlsts and tliolr fHeiuls unil tlm temperance In now on and tho fcciliiig IB so bitter on both sides that more outrages arc looked For youra the little villno of Falrland baa contained several most of which of tho dead whero the ilabt whisky was Cnune of tho Trouble Several months just after the brutal murder of Ed Sanford by his three brothers and Joseph two of whom woro sent to tho penitentiary for and or fourteen the citizens called an indignation meeting and the noxt day a committee ap pointed by the meeting waited on the saloon men and required and received their written promise to quit the which they Other applicants for license were defeated in the county commissioners One of the defeated applicants was John who appealed to the circuit and the result Was a hung His persistence in trying to get a license was the causa of his saloon being blown Richard Mann is one of the leading temperance men of the REVOLVERS It lias Pleased his Royal To remain with the Good People of this Vicinity FORLO these Many Years after Inaugurating a System of Small and Sharp Be it That we Consult our Own when in Need Good FURNISHING and DRY to Call on THE AND BE IT FURTHER That in order to keep hia ROYAL NIKS w Mug While longer we all of us agree to oend to nld for all their Good at LOW aiid that a Copy of this be sent to THE Desperate Conflict Uotwoen Sophomores and sopho mores of Muhlenburg college gave a dinner at tbe Hotel Allou Wednesday night After midnight they returned to tho and by way of a little diversion roused the fresh men out of their The latter were handled rather and preceudsd to ie sent the A fearful encounter was the Revolvers were drawn number of shots were but fortunately no one was sarlously The noisj aroused the faculty and they hurried out into tho In the meantime tho Sophs were being hammered and one of their number received a broken he having beon pitched together with several othsr members of the The fight lasted about twenty min utes and there are a number of sore heads in The authorities succeeded in quelling the A TOOLATE Is Published by Homo Blunder After n Man In great deal f excitement was causad at Albion Wodnos vy by tho published account of a confession by George who murdered his vfa on The confession was we to and another re spagiblo citizen of Albion whose name is and was published in a local news Wlllson was executed In Albion on Jun and he died proclaiming his If ho had told the story before his teil it would probably have saved his tho sentence would not have beon more iyero than imprisonment for Ac his confession ho struck his wife during rendering her f came to she began am ho place a towel over ker mouth to stop her and hen he removed it she was dead to his Vjd Highway SAW George jfe of a wealthy Insurance offi was sidenly seized by two men while she was waitjg on Ootavia street for a cable oar to past They gagged tore off a ohatelain bagn which was ISO and some seizotier gold and when she reaistod dwpntoly they brutally beat her over tho hood hat she dropped When she rovtjl she walked to tho nearest bouse and an am was sent out No trace was found of but tho gold watch was picked up ii tho whoro tbo rob bers dropped it their The ladys husband offered jig reward for the capture of the Attnpted Hyder uud Miss flattie a member of Miyn ohurch and of the choir in that was shot aud seriously wouiidodiy Robert also one of todys flock Wednesday Tho wouldassassin then placed the revolver to his ght uar and in flioting a wound ho died at tho AJeziau Brothers holtol shortly before 11 The tragodyiok place In Hender sons at 60 shortly after Hoerson bus wife In New York but w lospunttuly In love with Mist way hoid Put tlm night about 12 oclock three outurod the ticket olllco of the Alton rail road at Godfrey and at of a ra yolvcr dumiindod of tho all the money on The ngont parleyed with them until of his Boioro ho uw it tho loader of tho trainiw to shoot but bis revolver iiihMuityu and the agent opened on drivintuam from theofilca Ou Trial fur Mnrdt trial Hook Island train who are cbiyd with murder In causing tho wreck aljuth En In whloh seven was Hummed In Judge Cliffords court luriidny Senator Duncan fense of Both tho after whloh tliu elimination of wi CITY OF ALTON Arroitetl fur liA DBtob special from a 8t Paul Plonoor Press has buenarrwitod for llbulllng iiieub of thu Hu aoknowlujgod IJK no actual basin for his but publinhiHl such ruiuoru To a nBwwwy Uon weru rooelvml bMn for to tlic Uoriran of Joliuin alliui BtUulra The priiioaeir who In now In jail Is cliargod with th BuccossCitl forgery of a draft for niorks on tho Gorman government while ill ito em ploy fts a Shot nil NEW jeulims husbeni in Itrooklyu shot three tlmca tho man he be Jloved had wronged The shooter John a young machinist of 83 Columbia si and the victim was his Daniel Lyons lit dying In tho hospital with three hi his body and MeGinnisg gave himself up im mediatcly after the and in eour was committal to await tho result of Lyons Iowa of stato Knights of Labor assembly had a hot sosslon over a resolution dcnouncjpi Senator Allison as a rank monopolist ant asking the members of the Iowa legislature to use their votos and to prevon his Tho Eeeohition preoipltatof a a small mlnorrty opposing Itw culoptlon with eloquent wblUi a largi majority of the ossemblye hartily ludoriot After the convention got well started in this partisan ehaunol the session a veritable political with Allison and his record tho absorbing After a lengthy and spirited debate resolution woa put to vote and wag carried by an over whelming majority ainld great applause Amvrionn Newtpper annual meettof of the American Newspaper soolatioii opened Wednesday morning at the Fifth Avenue hotel About members were among them being Bsriah Wil of The Washington Post Victor P of The Chicago Daily News James of The Chicago and pf Tbe Indianapolis The newspapers in the association it Is eeti read by more than persona and tho capital roprsentedby tom is believed to exceed day Was taken up by the reading raporte and discussing the work of the association how to better The EightHour Minneapolis building trades will make a determined ef fort to establish eight bourn as a days wprk May Many of the Minneapolis building trades have affiliated with the Feberatiqn of which Is now estlraatec have a membership of and has raised by assessment ovor to b expanded in supporting those who are com polled to Tbe work of organlxinj among tho building trades haa boon pusbox The carpenters ara tlje weak ns but extraordinary erfoVts wii be ut forth this time to have them as thor oughly orgunized as Murrlod to a Annie daughter of tho Baroness von Linde married here Wednesday evening to Paul a waiter at tbe Duqneene Baron a titled but unfort unate married Llllge fn Cht cagu ynars and for ft he worked af a waiter In In the lat ter part of 188U he for some myBterious and is now said to be at the Hotel The baroness there upon summoned her 17yearold daughter from She met Baum they foil In love at first and are now man and Beport of the Farnell the house of com mons Thursday Home Secretary Matthews presented report of the Paruell commis The report comprises 163 Each mom bor of tho Parnellite party is treated The judges find that the speeches of many of the Parnellite members of tho house of commons were bring about tho political separation of Eng land and Another vlow presented by tbo report is in the present state jf tbe speakers must have known that their utterances were calculated fib foment crime in thai Elevator In Danger ol annex to tbe big Union elevator Is in danger of bursting and spreading oontepfB T An Inspection has been t the building The found to have moved itu about ten inches by the breakL tlio flooring Just what njujt done has not been but Vfyftf a portion of the wheat will be Tbo annex is to feet by It holds about of which it was intended to keep until nejrt AH Suipended from Torf In mens congress Wednesday a adopted wharoas the board pf baa been restraluud by tlM court VohargBB of fraud ogaUwt oa4 UM BUJbni and therefore tbe laid parity boraw are Weby suspended from all prldr logos on toe oouraM In momborehlp witfc the awoclatlon until eald in are and the A Uevulrer Applied A receiver plied for In tho United Stotta ojrouit Thursday for tho Central Mlwwurl constructed from Kumtafl City tip with branohftj to Louis and The FanuuM awj Trust of New U the tlouor holding a bonded Indebtfdocw agoUutt tlra road of Judge tbayw will pass upon the matter next To Abollib Uvo UJM of Tho logliilature hiu passed a roeoluUoti lug the use of French the ottioial JonguatM IB this provlnoa The French m ttui lugUlaturQ made a bitter fight apajut the Tho vwte In tho kif Uuntuhi a straight Bngllfb Freocb tho rosolutlon carried by a mnjoiity of The Fronob Uiat they would appeal to the Went Oraiy Ovor the Te dUwiulod which baa biwa going on regarding tbe attempt to ingraft Lonlviaaa lottery upon North Dakota driven Barg itrom Be UnaglPW hat be ban drawn two of and aud li making a dvuximte effort to gut bogus tickuUt A Fniiioui Nlalllon Tbtt funioui ttilllnn owned by the dlud ut tlnlr Hlork funi in Ihin pf an IJiiiucir win airod by Mamlirino Ills WIIM au HID Nution1 tuMouiutloii baikquyt i loy ovunluK uud a totit lu bin touur Vfa li unit lu Bills intended to Relieve th Stress of AN INTERMEDIATE APPELLATE COUR The Entnbllsliment of Such a Tribune Would Afford the MuchNeeded Relit AcworillnK to Members of tho Amor OBII Bar The In Con Mnrenn Nomination Con none City Itemi of WAsniNOTON Subcorn rnltteos of tho senate and house conmittteei on the consisting of Senator Evarts and Hoar and Representatives I CulUersou and Itogero gave a bear Ing to a committee of the American Bar eociatloii upon tbe bills intended to give re lief to the supreme court and to facilitate tb administration of The bar comml tee oonslnUd of Henry of 81 prtoldont of tbe association William Allan of New York Walter HlU of Bdward Otln mcretbry pf the bar Hubley of an SVancla V IntevrnMUaU AppolUite Boforo the geiitloiniin of tho coknmitta were Reginald of Waah asked tbe committee to ao tion upon the bills until tbe Bar assoclotlot of Woflhlngton should be beard upon the cub so frir as It related to cases ortgiuaUnj tn tbe district of The meraben A tbe committee all orgitni In favor of tb eetabUsbnient of an Intormcdiote court as the beat means of affording relief t both tbe supreme court and the inf erioi courts of the federal Tbia wai Mid to be In barnony with the system o Jurisprudence all EugliBhBpeaking ooun ajiul bad been adopted by aoverel of thi notably Now The division o the supreme court into sections to Hear oaact of the various would it was orgec answer Uy eatwR Awaiting As It the court is taxed to tbe atmos of buman capacity and the onlj practical la in more Bi preeantedan analysis of tbo work of h court far the post twenty whic that on tbe average 417 cases were disposed but only 290 wore the rest off the docket b oompro It la estimated that thonurabc ofoaawtbnt will be filed for tbo October term of court tbia year will be aud then are now cases on tbe docket awaltin Tna arguments or state ments of UKS committee covered tbo method of basis and limitation of ap tbe power of congress to regulate ap peals and to establish tho court suggested and tho practicability of the court to Berv tbe purpose In WASHINGTON NEWS In WAsniNOTON In the sen cto a bill was passed appropr tatlnj for a public at Portland After further routine business tbe sen ate proceeded to consider the bill providinj a temporary government for Ttie senate passed tho Plumbs amend including No Mans was agreei Tbo Bonatw then went Into secret session tooonildor tbe nomluution of Dorohes superintendent of Indian The bouse haa passed unanimously tbo sen ate joint resolution njeognlidng the Unlta i of house continued the discussion of the a number of unimportant being offered and agreed Montana Eleotlon WASHIKOIOH Tbe senate committee on privilogos and elections will take up Saturday morning tbo Montana eleo Uon Tbo Republican and Democratic been notified that they win given a bearing and thoy will by to present Qtelr A notnber of have held between mom bort of the committee and tbe prevailing im the will mats a rjjportln favor of tbe Hepublloan Morgaoi NomtoRtlou WABHINOTON Morgan was conllrmod Indian oomrais glouor Wedntsday af tornoon by a vote of 28 DADoroUaster failed ef conflnnation of Indian Uijcnuse wbea tbe vote van taken bo him li lat and so many senators had left that qnortuu could not be Tbe vote showed that he had a dear and in the mul executive uesslon J IJ to present be will bo WjunnaTon Ident has sent to tha senate the Wllliani teuAl Par W Jttfforwm a North Paul Tha Llqiuor Kl ton and bofore tho boww oommltlea on al ooboUo tratllo aud uiado an argument a bill for tho of a cum on tho alcohollo lljiior also kUil to jipolilblt the ihlpinont af liijubr aud to prohibit shlj tneut of liquors Into unolvlllcod HlK la Lake Superior umlwrmun are complaining Utterly about alleged onjunt dlmHuilnaUoji by iio ralj roaii In bvur of and Partlwi in and Ktntae bonghtahoill of luuiUar witljln a few and a dual will noon be oloeod y whtoti Oniulut partlw will gvt over Prtoodare advundng Tbo present rmtign la from Agalnit ItiUlroadi Dw dlraotion Qovernof Lamboe Judgs Kouyrw aomtneMed tult Bffaliwi tbe Hook the rail way a to cofripul ifniiti ro lint of ttmlr stxKlilicldiirn and ormatlou lawfully ivqulru I by the autfaor Tu llnllil a illg Daniel of IUIK Hlgiil a contract to eivct ut u lUttuuliuttuiliiK suburb of a Htuvu Iuitory vinpluyius 100 The plaut will four of Local OHplUlUU Are largely Inter Building Lots Corner Main and for Eighth and Ninth and Bluff two eacfy for Alton Fifth One Hundred Lots ranging in size from fifty feet 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 i I Have Received a large Consignment OP HandMade Oriental Which will on exhibition and for sole tola week only at my This li a rare clianco for parties appreciating such as nothing of tbejklnd boa ever before bebn shown la A Third DYER 700 KINDS AND TMROW ASIDE YOUR FUEL EATERS AND INVEST IN Builders Hardware a i have the Finest Line of Carpenters Tools in the FLOSS Third Telephone I arc now receiving a large and varied stock of In all jtUe for Spring wUiob I urn prepared to make up In tljui GUARANTEEING A Perfect Fit Reasonable Bates and Complete GJIoribJ12Thipd st 100102 Efist Second 80IJI KOIl Firebacks ranted to QU1QK QA9QUN8 five utinq ttt Low jandwly   

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