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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - February 18, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON ELY TUESDAY FEBllUAIiY 211 Some Inside History of Beekmanite the Enos BNOS announces that he has established in a building purchased for the twua purpose a SANITARIUM for the BOTH MEDICAL and ffls experience during many years haa convinced him that all diseases nan be manaffed more successfully in an institution of this under the constant supervision of the and with the aid of means not other Trifle at than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers at intervals of several hours or Se position of the SANITARIUM is and the surrounding are free kom 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 forms 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 inclement Is Each patient is thoroughly examined by and receives hia dafljf personal FOR THE RECEPTION OF For further information ad dross ENOS at the corner of George and Third mid fl to TDiPIT TTo muwontw what Write liUOWlV This house IB SOLUTIONS UNANIMOUSLY ADOPTED of Alton aDfl liniiy It has Pleased his Royal To remain with the Good People oftMs Vicinity FORLO these Many Years after Inaugurattng a System of Small and Sharp Be it That we Consult our Own Interests when in Need of Good FURNIStUJNW and DRY to Call on THE AND BE IT FURTHER That iu order to keep ROYAL NIBS us longer we all of us agree to send uirFS and for all their Good Goods at LOW 1 and that a Copy of this be sent to THE CITY OF ALTON CLAIMS TO BE THE SUPREME A Young Girl Kldmipud from Mlnnonpo lln and Tnlion to KxCon vert How Home Wiis Ilrokon Dp und niniMir Itiiutirml Paying tliu 8 1or Intercut for lloriownl Money throo yejirs ago Chinlew Wliltnoy catno to Minneapolis from where ho hml lnon n follower of Horngo tho leader nf tho und who claims to bo Jom Whitneys mis sion to Minneapolis was to secure converts to tho Hchwiln furth uud ho Bucceidod in rallying a BtiVirul of whom ivi in a eomuio diouslookingdwoll Ing at Six teenth avenue couth where Whitney him bis It is asserted that Whitney controls all the property of the women who tollow He has been tho moans of breaking up at least one whore the man and wife had lived happily together for twentyeight and according to the stepmothers a young girl and scut her to in Koolc and her parents have beon unable to remove Taken to Chose aud Lottie the wife and daughter of Engineer Charlas of the Milwaukee who lives at 8020 Eight een and a Half toll the fol lowing etory Chase had two chil Lottie und by tho first who was a daughter of a fol lower of Lottie is with but Busline suecjedod in getting the ISyearold to go to live at Neither Chaso nor myself believed that it was a flt placo for a girl to and he wont there aud told Whitney that unless he sent her homo he would prosecute Insteud of sending her home he iiciit her to or as those people call We havo written letters to but we ore sure she nevor as all mnil is opened before it is de livered by tho man who calls himself Christ Not satisfied with having Huthie in their clutches they havo attempted to take Lottio An KitConverts an intelligent looking young corroborates tho of 1810 Franklin whoso wife Is now an Inmate of Whitneys is outspoken in his denunciation of the man who has broken up his once bnppy was at one time a convert to und thought ho was Just what ho professed to tho Son of My wife and I were botli getting along in years and I thought It was our duty to roc ognifco Christ If he had really come to the earth the second I hud a good business but wo sold out and went to Sehwelnfurth received us with open arms and told us our mission waa to work for the and that ha was tho poor Wo opened a restau rant In and 1 followed the business of skiing hulled Ouvo All to For a long timo wo made an average of per mouth above our every cont of which Imil to bo turned over to Whon we went into busi uoss I borrowed in cash from Schwoin furth and paid him interest at the rate of 8 per just the same as I would any other and I asked htm If that was the way In which the Lord did ho an swered that it I paid him back tho Aftnr awhile our business com menced to off and it looked as if we would become a charge rather than a bonuflt to He knew wo hod formerly lioen In business in and ho told us that wo would have to go back and earn a living for 1 had a horse and wagon which I used In my business that I for The money I turned over to tho When I started for Minneapolis with my wife Schweiufurth gave mo that was every cont I had In tho world ex cept somo roul estate in this city which I hod not liroltr Away from tbe Schweinfurth appointed Whitney his apostle for and Whitney is Christ for Minneapolis Ho assumes absolute nmtrol of all his and they believe 1m is Supreme Ho dooe not allow thorn to read the newspapers or to correspond with outside Ho threat ens thcwn who disobey him with eternal and no Implicitly do thoy believe that ho controls their hereafter tliat ho is nevor unless somo one like myself or tho eight others who have broken away from him realize tho fact that ho Is not what bo claims to My wife and I Hvod to Ketlipr happily for ovor twentyeight When I broko iiway from the faith I tried to net hir to go with but aho was under the Iniluenoo of and what would now bo n Imppy homo In broken JOINED THE AJIirllllnif Btoryof Hail Treatment of of Clay returned home a few days ago from whore ho went ton months ago as a convert to Mor He tells a thrilling story of tho treatment of converts by tho Mormons whoii thoy reaoh He says tho women converts ore married to who In most cases have throo or four wives and If offer tho slightest protest or roslnt anco Uiey are flogged T otherwise punUhed until they Tho men who have boon oromtsod homes and farms ui o compelled to Jrtvoupall the uionoy they have to the and then thoy uro turned adrift to live as boot thoy 11 in Wllo Preston mid bin young wife were converted to Mormuiilmn at out a year by two old who wcro pronely i Ing in Clay Thoy wild nil they woul T siiyn hix wifo WHH htolmi from him nuvur ablito Hnd any of Ho wuc Uion by tbo uhurcb nil the immoy be iilxut mid Uion lie WHS told lut for tarted Iwinu tbroo Mid worked his way Kxueotud the Kud of the exj foment prevailed all day nmung the Shor who liavo several flourishing con gregations In Clair twenty miles from thiH Some weeks ago tttolr minis or prophet as they call fold them the world would ooiuu to an end at noon Sun Every member of tho soot gathered at tho churches early in tho morning and spent the entire forenoon weeping und Several ladies fainted and others had Violent attacks of hysterics and were restored with When noon passed and nothing happened tho excitement began to but the people remained at church and eon tlnuod their devotions until Then tho people wont to their homos and the ex citement passed Tho preacher who predicted the end of the world remained at tho church praying otter all his followers had The Kuonuuilte fifth anniversary of the Economite was celebrated at Sunday with peculiar aud interesting Six teen now Including mid children were taken into the so As in tho case of other the converts took vows of celibacy and from this time the husbands and wives shall nevor more bear that relationship to anff Tho society numbers includrtitf tho ac cessions less than fifty persons and a majority of them have reached four ncOje They ovm nothing as but their wealth as a society Is estimated at from to A FRUITLESS Mysterious Disappearance of a Itoy Since searching party of over 100 citlzans under Sheriff Rhlna barger started from town early Sunday morning to find the body of Willie AfleWer who bos been missing since 81 under per cullar At tbe same time a party of formers made a rendezvous at in the western part of and worked over the ground eastward ward Tho two came to gether during the No trace ol tho miialug uoy or hidden grave were dis Tbe search was and ope more hope of relieving the terrible anxiety of his parents or of reliable evi dence for the ugly rumors which are uppt every ones tongue proves Th prominence of the boys family Is but one feature of tho case which has mode It tbe daily subject for conversation In Peru and throughout Miami Iletnrn of a Robin a young man of this disappeared tho 1st of lost September while summering at Laka It was at first supposed that he had been drowned in Lake Then It was supposed that he had become an aimless Ids mind affected by a His father spout money without stint searching for and finally the fam ily conoiuded that he was Saturday night thu young man came in from the west and bis appearance Sunday morning created a Ho had wandered Into the In dian territory aud and back far as Kansas when a few days ago hla rea son returned and he started for Clnb Koom Balded by Tho female cru sader j who attacked tho saloons In Latbrop a few days marched to ten miles north of on Saturday night and made a raid on a ohib which has been operated for somo time by a man namod Davis was out of town and tho place was locked but the orusadart broko open tho doors and threw and kegs with their contents Into the The stock was small and was soon dtapoted of in tho aaine KB at Lothrop No attempt was made to Interfere with the work of the but the owner of the building has engaged counsel to prosecute That Tricky Natural About 7 oclock Saturday a of men wore drawing the pipe from tha old Brown at which bad be come clogjed up wtth the whtob had been shut off by the suddenly and with a roar like thunder horilng Chauncoy Pitta aud the pipe up through derrick and injuring it to Wakoflold and a numbefi of others who were close by were atoo 4adly Wakodeld being thrown atty The derrick was entirely The Free Delivery of Letters in Small A STATEMENT FROM WANAMAKER In BenixniM to a Kcocnt Rwolntlon In the the National Another Wook lo Walt on tho Mat Doolnlon of the Hpeelul Committee City WASHINGTON response to a recent tho gen eral ban sent to the somite a Btatom nt In re gard to tho free delivery system showing that tho number of places having not less than or where the post otUcvs show a gross revenue of at least for the past Utcol year is 004 tho number of places of more than with a revenue of or These flguros will be largely increased by tbe ad ditional revenue at the close of the present and by the national census to be taken this What It Would Tho postmaster general estimates that fig uring three oarriem to the office it would re quire annually to extend the free to cities of tho first named claiw Figuring three and onehalf carriers aver age at to each office and for It would cost to extend tho system to cities of tho second class Taking Into consideration the num her of offices which would apply or be ready for the service and havo other re the postmaster general thinks that would bo sufficient for the first year under the fiist estimate and under the and WAflHisOTOS tho houso speaking of the approval of the sold the Democrats behoved the practice of entering namea on the Journal of members present and not to be and they should protest against it until the matter could be finally and decisively passed upon in another which would be done wbun a caae was made The journal was then In the senate Frye from the eelect com mlttee on Pacific reported the Pacific railroad funding with a unanl rnous report from the committee At 8 oclock Blair resumed his sperch on tbe edu 1 cattonol bill A Care for WASHINGTON Rpresents tivo of Introduced in tho house a bill for the remuneration of a Detroit for discovering a cure for hi The bill recites that this doctor has made a notable discovery in tue treat ment and cure of spoiadic pneumonib and la which w of nuch a nature that It cannotbe protected by patent or and dlrecta that he paid a blank sum of money as a just and suitable remunsratlon for his which shall be mode pub lic for tbe benefit of tho people of tho United Building Lots Corner Main and for Eighth and Ninth and Bluff two each for Alton Fifth 60xl20 One Hundred Lots ranging in sie from fi to one hundred feet and all very Eniees from on terms to suit One of the nicest residence plats in Over 100 Houses and Lots in different parts of the Call and siio list 1 I Have Received a Large Consignment OP GENUINB HandMade Oriental Which Will be on exhibition and for sale mf Tlio Wisconsin Central In to tho Tribune from aays Another wreck has occurred on WUoon sin the third wlthtu o The through freight was nearlng Junc tion and running at a higlv rate of speed over a Wgh woan tho truck of tho fourth car from the broko and the eighteen mostly were thrown into tbe Luckily no lives were lost nor any ope In The accident occurred between Moiriti and Lost with BAN Sydney which arrived by steamer report arrival there 6 of the vessel that made a fruit loos search for tho largo passenger which It was feared had fotujdwed In the recent typhoon In China No trace of the missing vessel was and there Is now no doubt that sunk with her 400 Chinese passengers and Tbe only trace of her ever sein wcro floating bundles of rattan that formed part of her This U a rare for portion appreciating lucb as nottilBg tfcajUnd lias ever before shown in Third MB 700 KINDS AND BULB A The Give SALT LAKB leudor of the recent luooassful anti Mormon municipal election wai given a banquet at the Walker Houae Satur day One hundred prominent wwi Including Governor Chief Justine and other Iowers was presented with a check for an a from business wen who are pleased at the improved opportunity now afforded speculation and Pot Off Train MOUNT welt about 80 years quarrelled with the conductor of the late Lohlgh Vaitoy train Saturday and put off train at Lancaster An hour later hU horribly mangled body picked up a short from station and brought to an undertakers esUblUh wborelt itlU waits Klugl Tax One hundred aud fifty mot In Wolls Memorial ball and orI gBiilwxl n cuutru committee of a Blnglo Lund Tux party for the purpose of taking practical political action on the 3L M of wan oloctwl I chairman aiid Ixivl of Cain Uouae Worlds Fair WASHIITOTOH a meet Ing of the worlds fair committee of the house Monday the resolutions of Candler and Hitt providing for discussion and balloting on a site for tho fair were token after considerable It was decided that the chairman should ra port to tho house a substitute rosointion providing for discussion on the two bills on Thursday and and balloting on the selection of a site on Monday Democratic Clubs Procuring for WASHINGTON The execu tive committee of the National Association of Democratic Clnbs mat at tho Ebbitt houaohero to perfect plans and map out work for the coming presidential The committee adopted a resolution to co operate with the Democratic congressional committee In ita work In the forthcoming Secretary Tracy at IIU WASHINGTON Tracy came to the navy department Mon day morning for the first time flinco tho dreadful calamity at h s homo two weeks He at once entered upon the active diBoliarRO of bis duties and dispatched con siderable much of which has been held up during his PlttHburc WAHIIHWTON Tho presi dent will leave hero Wednesday morning for Pittaburg to attend the opening of tho free library donated to that ctty by Andrew He wtll be accompanied by Pri vate Hocrotary and probably Sec retary and to be back In Washington FrUay The Hunk WASHINGTON the orders of bunk Kjumlnor Green the Lincoln National which was plundered by Cashier Bard and has dosed its The whleh was at first reported to bo between and to now said to be much Hade on Advene WAHHWGTON The senate committee on pontofllooti and post roads bos reported the bill extending tho franking privilege to historical aud tho bill rrpeMniK tho law whiih tha printing tf return on Petition tu Army WASHINGTON Blair presented Hjnate Monday a peti tion signed by citHtous praying for tho pensioning of army The Farncll Commluloni Ituport Pall Mall discussing tho report of tho Parnoll commis sion that the ministry would willingly bury that report fathoms After tho spoech oi Attorney Clenoral In the bouse of commons last It Is hard to see how they oan avoid making a deohuatton of the The OJaaette iayu that the mlnlstera hod bettor inutide tiui attorney Kouoral aa speedily M the longer ho Is permitted to the more dlflloult It will become for them to duqlda what disposition to of tho Tho ministers cannot possibly Iguore Kaglnuer mill Cln uinnatl Southern freight trains 11 and 45 collided thirteen miles from nt 11 Cruw of train 15 und llrukoiimu Uray of train 11 were lulled waa rtimwl by thu nogllKeno of tne U trttlu THROW ASIDE YOUR FUEL EATBR8 AlfD INVEST IN Builders Hardware a I have the Finest Line of Carpenters Tools in the Slnvcs Japanned Telephone I am now receiving a large and varied stock of in all the prevailing for Spring which I am prepared to up tin GUARANTEEING A Perfect Fit Reasonable Rates and Complete 112 Third st 100102 East Second AUKNTd FOll Si Cook Stoves W WW ww f wwf w Firebacks Warranted to Ltiut Five QU1VK MEW UA80LINK Koon ft   

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