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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - February 17, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON DAILY VOLUME MONDAY FEBRUARY 210 A Sensational Discovery Made at EWOS announces that lie 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 feom 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 b 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 A LARGE SOLARIUM For Sun Baths and exercise in cold and inclement is Each patient is thoroughly examined by and receives his dally personal SCHEME TO KIDNAP A WEALTHY two YmiMjt aicit Who Iropontnl to Confine KxSiHiutor Tnlinr ami Holil Him for H Ilnnnom of of Two Ilnnky New York Women with lliirfcliiin by u IxiublnActlnit Tho Criminal bold plot that would do credit to tho most wmsntiouat novelist was inndo public Friday by tho arrest of Os cnr Roberta and Arthur two young mcMi well known in It was less than u Kchuino to kidnap oxSunutor tlio millionaire and hold him for a ransom of Tho affair cnnie to tlio notice of Chief of Detectives Lour BomodayB and ho ut nos informed Iho senator so that he might guard against any uttack that might eoino as Butcher is a reckless character who would stop at noth ing TVhun How the police secured the first clew they refuse to hut they have in their uofrsaBKiuii letters frota who was working at to in which the full details are laid b Butchf r when arrested tried to pass matter oft as a but when tho con spiracy law was explained to he de clared tho plot would have boon carried out It a little ready cash had been secured In Nonls at The plan was to decoy the senator to a house in Eomti out of the way part of tho and then demand a loan of not less than In case of refusal the brigands pro posoil to furnish meals to their captive at each us long as it pleased him to re main in their Ifhe agreed to make the loan tho ambitious youths wpnld compel h m to a document to the effect that ho Tabor had employed a man to kill a mine owner some years ago in order that ho could obtain possession of his prop thus compromising himself so that ho would not press payment of the forced The senator la disposed to let his wouldbe kidnapers off without prosecuting ow ing to their and it is thought they will bo given a chance to acquire in a legiti mate way tho riches they Not Much Worried Ovur Iu all my life I have never given up a nickel for blackmail or any coulhtonce said I dont moan to say I havent been imposed upon occasionally by pretended but in an attempt of this kind I never was taken I think it is sel dom any one of any experience In this world is afriiid in such I dont intend to and ever since Moffutt was held up 1 have taken extra I consider my immunity has boen due not alone to my but also to my ability to reui I think I possess a fair share of ability in that NOT AFRAID OF A FOR THE RECEPTION OF For further information address ENOS at the corner of George and Third wlvantSSflB to Stock with fastBoiling OUTFIT We guarantee wlmt we Write JJIIUWH IThlajoUBO IB RESOLUTIONS UNANIMOUSLY ADOPTED It has Pleased his Royal To remain with the Good People of this Vicinity FORLO these Many Years aftei Inaugurating a System of Small and Sharp Be it That we Consult our Own when in Need of Good FURNISHING Snd DRY to Call 011 THE Two Tlilovuit Handed Over to tho Pollen by a Couple of Plucky NEW are two women living in this metropolis who are not afruid of a even if ho is a and they demonstrated it early In tho morning and dis tinguished themselves as well by grappling singlehanded overpowering and hand lag over to the police two thieves whom they surprised in the act of plundering their respective One of tho plucky women was Houry Schults of 03 Wash ington When tho follow whom she found in her bedroom tried to get away she knocked him headlong down a flight of stairs with a stick of which she threw after Cuptuicil After a Urlof Miss Yettu of 18 Norfolk who is only 18 years was the other fsmiuino captor of tho She found her burglar in her as did and unhesitatingly tackled There was a brief but nervy Miss Yetta outwrostled the thief and held him down on the floor until help Both burglars were safely turned over to police were taken to tho police held for triul in the court of and un doubtedly will go to where to tho dis grace of being behind tho burs will bo added tho contempt of their fellow convicts prob ably because they were caught and over mastered by Kchultz captive gave the name of Frank while Miss Fleisehackors victim registered at Essex Market Pollca court as John SWINDLING ILLINOIS A DoubleAotliiB Pen Whlcb Delivers Xwo Kinds of There urutwo iota of swindlers going through central Illi nois swindling tho One relitmo to to purtlmsu the armors corn ut M5 to M amis a bushel and get tho fanner to sign a contract lor tho delivery of the which turns up in some bank as a promissory Another mid still later swindle the sharp li ix a double timntnin pen which in so ar that It UKCH two kinds of ink one wnd the wiU The sharper makes an agrvcmont with the farm er mill the ink thut and then gives Ih armor the sanio only It ih ruveiud mil Tho wordmif lim aKioiimeut lade and tlio Kixuu ure when tliu hhiirpor writes what vVll 111 H lVCI till The damage wus Blight and the train was not The Nilviinull cases of the wero Hftturdiy morning llsposo1 so far as the court of prosent jitrlsclictiou can dispose of by tho en tering of ploas of guilty of manslaughter by Work and Normnn Woos AK a result of thn throo of the prisoners have been convicted of murder In thu of manslaughter and twentythroe of Sentences in all these coses will bo announced next Inasmuch an tho question of the jurisdiction ol the United States over Navassa Island has been it h KH9tble that tho suprema court of the United States may be colled on to JMWH upon that Ktolo Ills llncUorl Tho Globe nays the IHSpound English pugt hiatched to Jack of at tho Par null club has skipped from tho city taking with H is a gold wateh anil in money and several gold tueduls set with tbo property of John oxchampion fentlierweight of who has been backing Wra and who also loses f 120 he had placed as The police have been notified and are Watching the steamers that sail fromeast Joyce has gone to Now York to prevent King from leaving by Htenmer from Stole Revenue Clous was arrested hiro Friday night on a warrant sworn out by Deputy United States Collec tor charging him stealing f worth of rovenue gtampa from the ifflco of the deputy collector in March Claus was at the time an employe of the Joseph Brewing company it la alleged that he converted the stamps to bis own meaning that ho smuggled beer out of the brewery and stamped It with the stolen rev muo Charged with Attempted Ihe district tourt Clarence of aad Isabel wife of Huntley of this city wero aiTaigned upon a warrant charg ing them with an attempt to murder Mis Cloruuce Page by putting polijoii lu her They pleaded not guilty and Page was held under and Clark under bonds for trial Pages brother fur nished bonds for both Suicide of un Anuiclilut a sa loonkeeper at 708 West Eighteenth committed suicide Saturday The deed was done with a revolver which Hiavoc placed to his heart Hlavac had been long despondent over his family and he had also felt greatly depressed over the fail ure of the Anarchists to right the many supposed wrongs heaped upon the Shot Through the was shot through tho heart while sweeping a sidewalk in front of a fashionable boarding He was seen talking with three ne when one of them drew a revolver and shot The three negroes escaped and have not been Borne old grudge is supposed to have caused the mur of theChiago Trib CLEVELAND SOLID WITH HIS Even If CliivnTiinr Hill Should Ilecelve the Support of the New York Delegation the KxPreildeut Would Carry Ihe Nom I nil 1 1 on on Account of II Tariff Itiform PoKKlliln Itenubllcan ItcitlAtrlcttiiR WAHHINOTOX In an Inter view publislicd Joseph editor of Tho Chicago is quoted as saying drover Cleveland not leal tlio but bemannges to keep his thumb pretty close to tlio popular anil bo Is not at all backward In following whither it It is my Impression that ho is so strong with AND BE IT FURTHER Timlin onlor lo I swhllo longer wo all of us agree to HOIK tor all their Oootl Goodn that a Copy of this be senllo IMIK C1TI OF ALTON KOYAL NIBS w itb us 8 RI ul LOW 1 ami Building Lots Corner Main and for Eighth and Ninth and Bluff two each for Alton Fifth 60xl20y One Hundred Lots ranging in size from fifty feet front to one hundred feet and all vwy deep 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 liiiriiillurlHin Cliiirixl lo i r un tliis tuid owner of a drug Himll town n thort din linn tins rwoivid a telegruui from N HIcliM iimmwr informing him Umi liis Mmv at Hint pafo had been de rftruyiil by Irving hus Uuu warned dy thu iiiui iiiiKo cnihiidcru that Miinothing wuiiM U tin iiidlscriminiito sale of r ut IIH stun was mil Ills Uilmvtyl thut the set lire U the building A Trous uivr John Davis has WHiiliwovunxlto IHI u lilmill r I tbi sum of con u unit and iMinilhinoii aru IryliK to llx It Strong aro Ixlnt to kwp the mutter Davis liiiu b on living at an oxtravii gunt rtiti un i became half OWIIIT of a Uo miXxl up In other A Lynching lu in the morning a inob broke doon tho door of tho jail here and took out Bill the negro who killed Deputy Sheriff Ross last and hung him to one of the posts in tho ravine after whioh they filled his body with Considerable excitement pro vails but no serious trouble Is Children Figure In n Cal aged shot three times at Maud aged and then shot himself The boy and girl were Eugeue was of a precociously romantic and made love to who did not return his This led to the Died from who was shot Wednesday night by John McOln his during a fit of jwl ous rage at his IDfl John died at tho Brooklyn City hospital Saturday McOInnls was committed U the Raymond Street Shot From Hervlron was shot in the book from wubuscade by un known Tho aot was the rusHlt of a stabbing affray between liendrons brother at the dance here Thanksgiving In which both men and women took u general Illg Haul by SAN entered Uie store of August in thte blew open his safe and robbed It of The job was skilfully and in tho opinion of wus the work of northern Composed the Inaugural Susauaa War field has jutt died at her in her She wan Btrlokan with puralyils about two yeaw and never Miss Warlield composed the grand Inaugural march rendered at tho Inaugura tion of President William Henry Harrison fortyeight Her brother Charles waa with the party which burnod thu Peggy Stewart and her cargo of tun at AnuapoUs lu No Truth In the NEW dispatch to The World from says there truth In the roiiort tolograuhnd from Wich ita that there was a riot at Harper on The Wichita dispatch two men killixl and a number of others Injured In tho alleged The only foundation for the story was an Indignation mooting of cit Iwld on to profcirt against tho apuolutiuent of Pntrtowon aa poat and nobody wan bnrt Committee Altiinplnl Iniln wiis maile dvrall triilim un lhi wuiikcound 1iuil road u milu uil u hall east uf UiU TimUiH truckin u way designed to but ortuimtoly a slow iu tuu to run Unhurt Garret Hubert tho uipruttldont of the Italtimore and Ohio 1ms boon removed from his country but to what placo Is not known lie was taken away fruiu Uplands Thursday ufternoriii In clmme of two doc QUO of whom IB who been uttendliiK lijui for many Uta relatives foigii ignoranou of his whero Flint Tlmo on the re murkably fast iminliiK dono oil tho Chicago aiid Alum by a Wobaxli f from Kaiuus tity to this I several plaeosa speed of novonty miles hour wan at On board WITH Qwral Huporlu teudent DivUlon McOuiguau other Wnbaii i olMoUte who u Imptct Alton JOSEPH the people on account of bis tariff reform ideas tliat even if Governor Hill should re ceive the support of the Now York delega tion to ths Democratic convention In tho nomination for tile presidency would be bestowed upon ClcVolaniL The Tariff iuxl His only platform is tariff and if tho Republican majority act wisely they will eliminate the tariff from and thus deprive tho Democracy of the only Issue upon whioh they place any reliance for the next Some of the articles now upon the fax list might very properly be reduced and this wfll be a guaran tee to toe farmers of the country who Btood like a stone wall tor Republicanism in the last eaoipoiKU that the promises mode upon stump and rostrum will be kept by Republican Aa to the nominee of the Republicans in 1893 against there la considerable talk in tbo west about and poli ticians and others who have visited my of fices recently have not been at all chary in expressing the opinion that he Is one of the most available mon today in our Un less McKtnloy comes down from the high borne of prolocUou which he IB his chances for nomination will bo very and in the case of Senator of he realizes that his race is The Sllfiis Point to Illhoalth and laclt of ambition will oper ate against although ho is stiU a great favorite in the United States but tho signs point to Alger as tire coming man for His strongest opponent will Chaim cey who if ho conld overcome tho opposition of the grangers would big and one likely to draw out a big vote all over tho New York llepubllenn Nuw Republican state executive committoo met at tho Fifth Avenue hotel Saturday The en tire committoo were present with the excep tion of and At the commltteo went into esucutive Kuapp prcrid A committee WOK appointed to draft a Get Of It consisted of of Columbia Mill at Urook representing U Woodruff of the game place of Nowburgh Bliorl doy of New and of Ohio ItcdlHtrleUny subcorn mitteo of thu DoutocratU having lu charge tbo work of propnriue a congressional redltttrlotlng bill 1ms completed By the arrangement of counties agreed npon tHo Democrats ore given Uf toon OIK the Re publicans six McKinloy is burfcd in a dlelriot with over Demo cratic Grosvonor is undis oiui John will wrfttle a HopuMUttB maiorlty of over The DKH nwt at llWWitnd after of the Jour nuJ pilrs wwo Dal lotiiig wmt taken up and pnxMjotlod The B8 after flTo ballotu tlio IKIUSO adjourned tOl ttiHO Mouduy Tbo RopubUcob CAUCUS met iuunediutoly after A N8W Dltton who out tho counsuJ coji sultud to two If Uio biw regarding Uio Impor tation of lalwr would Htraiwi Vienna orchestra ioiuing tliitt iwid noncuruhiK Uw df Acting txojMtury ol the Treasury Itnfciheltor to iJtuot Vliat tho cwuW eume The idtii thnt u otMiihluatkni tlm tluert musicinns In Hie cuuld bo olotwed wttb onutraet laljor in There Is no apiHuil from tlio decision and the orcheHtra will Hiirely A New Ktiltcmo of KANBAH IMk Tha Klcclclo Light oouvuiitlou adjourned Friday and all the excejit A Hen iw rott have luft for thoir Jurrott will remain In tlw city a wenk or no to prim ecute certain railway ticket of Uiln city for lie hns that his uuinu Os of tlio JilueUio Light assoclntloii lias toen torgaA on Inrgu imin bora of iiAiiru purvltunul in tlvo oast and wiwt ut tho uzcuralou rate paid by tho I Have Received a Large Consignment OP GENUINE HandMade Oriental Which will be on exhibition and for sale tali only at Wjr This Is a rare cusmco for parties appreciating such as nothing of thaprind hag over bofuro baoa shown In Third OVER 700 KINDS AKD SIZtH THROW ASIDE YOUR FUEL EATERS AND INVEST JN Slovrs and Builders Hardware a I have the Finest Line of Carpenters Tools in the Granite FLOSS Third Telephone I um now luceivtug a largo aad varicil stock of in all Uio prevailing for Spring which I am prepared to uiakt up iu lira JUAHANTKKINQ Perfect Fit Reasonable Rates and Complete 112 Third si of llulf u Luco cumpuiiy In the of a ruculvi iliu lid u vory imiwt in and thu lIublllMes am A III I1 Juudgiiiont wan tnunul up iigaliiit Union Hide Uutlicr Baturday for I No KMM02 East Second it FOK Firebaeks QUJUK Wurrantttd UA80UNK to Last Five KfMttlittg of i   

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