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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - February 19, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALT WEDNESDAY FEBliUAHY 212 DUG TBUIROP GRAVES Whoesale Execution of Crim inals in Enos Sanitarium ENOS announces BOTH MEDICAL and during many years has convinced him that all diseases more successfully in an institution of this under the ion o f the and with the aid of means not other than when the patients are seen by their medical are free noxious tafleT It to readily ached by the Second street horse is are as perfect an is possible p A LARGE SOLARIUM dally personal attention FOR THE RECEPTION OF For further information address ENOS at the corner of George and Third o 100102 East Second SOLE AGENTS FOU Firefoacks Warranted to Last QUICK MEAL GASOLINE UNANIMOUSLY It has Pleased his Royal To remain with the Good Pe this VlclDlty FORLO these Many Yeaisattei Inaugurating a System of Small ana Sharp Be It That we ConBultonr Own when in Need of Good and DRY to Call 011 THE AND BE IT FUIiTHKK That order to keep Uta ROYAL NIBS ua longer we all of us agree to Bend our Nu to J tor ull their UooilB at LOW I that u Copy of thm be went to IllK CITI OF ALTON FIVE AND FOUR Tlio Mholo Oiitllt DroitKCd lu Bed anil Thulr 1iilntcd the Kiiinc The Culprits Utlnrly IndinVironWoTlinlr DiilKof Orleans To Bo Par liiniil liy 1 ivnUiviit KUWH NutcH nf from Bhang hni givo full dolailu of a wholosala oxvcullon which Uiok place recently at The conduiimod were foiirteun in nuiiibtr mid wcJo carried to tho place of execution in They wore dressed in their hands being tied behind them und a heavy cliniii bciing around thuir The pros of death had no effect upon they Boomed utterly ludifferenl to their fntA At tho place of tho execution llw wngons stopped and tho imperial cominlKaionur nad the docreo of Nine of tho prisoners were to bo beheaded mid live to Tho former were ill front of the spot ilostiniMl to receivo tuoir IMnpoHiil of tho Their faces were painted rod and when tho place of execution was thoir clothes wero stripped from thoiu aiKl each one forced to dig a grave for himself two foot lu Tho subsequent work of tlio executioner was and in a very few moments nine were baheaded and flve The bodies of the latter wcra stretched on tho and the officers pinned on each a large paper giving the name and crime of tho Later tho bodies were to be tho prey of carrion An immense throug flocked to IVkin from the neighboring country to witness tho FOREIGN The Worst They Could a letter to The Free mans William OBrien says that he accepts the report of tho Purnoll commission as the that thrcu honor able restrained by consUJuratlons of judicial could say against tlio OBrien contends that The Times should bo placed In tho pillory of history with the most heinous propagators of lie denies that bis object iu joining tho league was to bring about the separation of Ireliind from Years boforo the formation of tho OBrien was convinced that such separation won PunlHheil for His appeal to which was cnrriud tho case of tho proprietor of tho cartridge factory at Antwerp in which tho disastrous explosion occurred last and who was sin teuced to four years and six mouths impris onment and to pay a flno of francs for committing homioklo by baa confirmed the sentence originally imposed and added eighteen months to tho time to be served by tlio Will Still Ho The semiofficial press in simultaneous articles has reported the ap proaching retirement of Prince Bismarck from his Prussian and that he will retain only that of chancellor of tho No alUmtun him beon paid to be cause it is considered that no long as the princo retains tUo office of chancellor tho ad ciliitition nt British steamship which Bailed from Lou Ion 11 for Now but subsequently back to ran into and suik tho rehooner Mary on Jan IU The news of the disaster has just been learned from tho only survivor of the persons on board the who has been landed at lloulungera Divorce Boulangor has been notified that the Sacred Congregation had decided against Ills application for The general has sent to the papal nuncio at entreating him to ask tho holy father to overrule the decision Should tha appli cation bo tho general will marry to whom he owes To Piirdon tho You UK IAHW Caruot has de cided to pardon the Duke ol Orleans and have him escorted to tho Tele grams from the Count of Paris have been received heroin which ho says that he is proud of his and has boon mode happy by tho stand taken by but grieves pro foundly at his being KlxtrOll JtHbOlIK a collision with the Roltordum steams thu steamship Coral Queen from Uothunburu has boon sunk off the river Sixteen persons from tho Coral Quiwn aro ropor tod hav ing been the American tho African has boon iuvitod by tho Royal Geographical society tu send a describing how ho reached Henry Btan loy lie read boforo tho luumbow of tho Count Inul PBKTII Feb Julius tho wellknown Hungarian who has beon ill for sumo time at near Ho wwi years Itt Hoi Sir UiulM Blr Louta U well authority ou muierdul Ulod Monday from In ilueuziL ratal 1lre nt which started early Tuesday nionimg In the oon of Honry 687 Broad iuiukly to theutore of Thomas Blackburn and tho Htoroof Julius all of wore cum The wcclUHieul tho wan but all the Jn uwuw of lliu tonnumu over tho woro rowuwl msaluty with I Mury agcl wlllt bofuro lliwnuii could roach JVUihlKtn Not gays that far ns Michlijiiii in ihiio is no truth iu niunt that ailjutmil I tho army had in unked tho of nil states tUo condition of the mil THE TRAGEDY OF MAY Another In Connection with Criinlii Muriler new und most ImporUint link has picked up In tho Cronin murder casj and from all appear Biiots is now reasonably certain that the groat murder conspiracy will thoroughly This link consists of tho arrest of one of tho principal actors In the terrible tragedy of May Tho man who Is under arrest however is not Cooney The as was anil he was not arrested in The man who IB said to have played a more important part than Coonoy iu the bloody of tho Cronin conspi racy and was arrested in Bt Louis Monday evening by Officer Thomas of tho Central The man has been sought long and vainly and the authorities had almost given up all hopes of bolng able to capturn The minis iittme is and he liovod to Ix I he porsoii who drove Cro nin to tho Carlson cottage on tho fatal night The JuryBribing Cronin jury bribing case was resumed Tuesday Ocorgw the man who flrst re vealed tho fact of the conspiracy to tho states was He was BUIM monod 8 us a juror hi the Cronin Iu the jury waiting room ho Ulked with Bailiff So who told him ho could make by getting on the jury and voting for The money would be his who would wear a certain kind of dress in the jury room to show the money was Witness was examined that af ternoon and Bolomanmet witness afterward and told him he had beon in structed to pay or any THE DAY JNJMHI British Extradition Treaty Rat ificd by the DOINGS OF THE NATIONAL A STIR IN RELIGIOUS The Methodist Creed Declared Defective MethodUt cir cles in Indioua are badly shaken A pa per was read last week at a con vention on class some of the clergy denouuclng A published report caused a At another meeting the proceedings created much astonishment Goodwin declared that the Methodist like that of the is de hymns teach erroneous doc trine and pulpit terminology is frequently cousin of the expresl recently from New York agreed with as did two or throe Last KeviHlon of the aoodwln said the cant phrases Have you got religion Do you enjoy religion and Are you saved were condemned an improper pulpit What sense would there bo in asking a man Do you en joy good henltht In the discussion that followed the paper Cleveland said that such silly questions as Are you savod and Door had come to tha pulpit and pew through the Youug Mens Christian as Goodwin declared that the work of the last revisers of the bible is a dis The DoKtltntloii In South Jour nals special says The house has pnsued a joint resolution admitting that destitution exists in many parts of the and that tho farmers must be furnished with seed wheat by public and private subscrip The resolution declares that under the state state and counties are powerless to render and that all assist ance must come from outside The whoio matter ia placed in tho hands of Gov ernor who will appeal to tho east for This action of the house Is regarded as a comploto indorsement of Governor Mellottos beggm It will doubt less pass the The Journal Approved Without Any Ob DlicumlnK the I Form of Govermnont for Irmideiiti Warning to Cuttle men on the Cherokee priation for WASHINGTON house Tuesday tho jnurnnl was approved without The pension appropriation bill was reported from the committee on appro priations nnJ referred to tho committee of the March was set apart for eulogies on the lute of A conference com mlttoe wiis ordered on the bill directing the supurlntflutait of the census to collect farm mortgage Tho house went Into committee of the whole to consider tho bill for the appointment of an secre tary of anil at 1 without the committee and the went into committee of the whole on tho bill to pro vide a form o government for lirltloh Extradition Treaty At the conclusion of th morning business the on motion of Sherman went into eecret session to and if possible dispose of tho British extradition After considerable discussion the treaty wai ratified with unimportant amend At the senate came out of se cret session and the consideration of the cducatienal bill was Blair having tho Building Lots t Corner Main and for Eighth and Ninth and Bluff two each for Alton Fifth I 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 Completed llur the wife of tho Bupiriuttfiilout of the street rail wlio bcKnu n twontyonedays f hag completed her 8ho had been a suf ferer from dyspepsia for many and upon tho advice of her begin a fast of twentyone daya She is re portod to be In excellent health and entirely cured from the Her case has been watched by people in all parta of the coun try and she has a ata k of lottew several feet high from persons In all parts of the She was given a little about a but did not seem to relish KullroixlM in Stat istician Peolo has completed bis tables oon corniug tho rnllroade of this He shows that in 1SSO the passengor freight and oariiiugs from other making a totol of The expend itures wore leaving an ejcew of earnings over expenses of The gross tho statistician are nor ou a bonded indebtedness of OuO und tho surplus Is SJ3 of the samodobt Tho number of employen on all tho roads is about IerUhett In the cold weather of Saturday holds thermometer ranged about zero and below Sunday and Sunday News of the death by freezing of an old lady named1 An living three miles northwest of has beon She was 78 years of blind and and supposed to have risen during the night and lost her Her re mains wore found upon a piece of plowed ground uoar the house Monday How Smith Lucluda tha imruo charged with conniving at the CTCntw of IJutlB an Important wit new against Miss was arrestod At the station she gave a f u 1 story of all that has happened In Miss Lud KatoH house during hw Hhe stated that while Mlsn Smith wan making hor lllss Legate was entertaining in tho dining room tho special ofllcor on guard on tho premUA The Silver WASHINGTON tho meeting of tho senate finance committee tho various silver and currency bills have leon referred to it were under considera Tho discussion covered the whole range of tho financial but the sil ver question was the principal All the Republican members of the committee were present and Harris and Vance of the Tlwre was practical agree ment that a bill should te passed authoriz ing the secretary of thu trousury to increase tue purchase of store it as bullion and lame certificates upon Senate Committee on WASHIHOTON senate cvmmittee on commerce agreed to report favorably Cokes bill appropriating for the construction of a deepwater harbor at wtth an amendment pioviiing Umt the expenditure shall be made at the rate of a This change was suggested by the engineer department of tho under direction of which tho vwrk is to bo The Woman WASHINGTON CITY The twenty second annual convention of the National Womans Suffrage association was formally opened Tuesday morning in Lincoln Music Addresses were made by Eliza beth Cndy Stanton and the William Dudley of Wurued to Vacate the WASHINGTON presi dent has issued a proclamation warning the cattle owners now occupying the Cherokee strip to vacate before Iluu Over and George Brad a wealthy resident of Beacon was enjoying a horseback ride on that street between the Brooklino bridge and Marys an electric cur came up behind him at a rapid frightening his Tho horse and when thu driver of the car struck his gong to clour tho the ani mal planlwd himself iquaroly ou the track in front of the car and was run down by both horse and ridur being instantly Bradford leaves a family ALWAYS AHEAD With the aim of leading in my Line of Business I have Received a Large Stock of BYZANTINE RUGS The Latest In he in all A FINER AND BETTER RUG than the SYRMA at the Same The Citizens of Alton and Vicinity arc Cordially Invited to Oall and Examine these I am not afraid of an Inspection of their 1 W0 700 KW03 AND llliiisolf Through the Nuw before 18 oclock at night a about 80 yearn of shot htiiuclf through Win bond with ascttllbre revolver In front of 158 1wry Htroot Ho dlod almotit body was taken to the Charloe BtreH Sta tion Frompnpors In his pockeU it WBS learned that tho name of the was Victor arid that ho llvodat Ho B rallroud Ille Blaze at night tho city Jail was set on Before tho Barnes could be subdued the the city court house and all the city and Mor risons ice house were Tho lat tors loss is and the loss to the city will be very It was with difficulty that the depot and other buildings were Tho prisoners In Jail had narrow es A President The announce ment is made that tho resignation of Mc as president of tho Lake Eastera has been The reason for his resignation is said to bo a press of private It in stated that 8Dunham has boon made managing trustee of and will act as manager for the preeont To Restrain Collection of no tloo hat boon served on tho state auditor and state treasurer that an aotlou has been com menced in Saline county to restrain the col lection of taxes assessed there for tho pay ment of certain railroad aid bonds which are registered in the state auditors Hunt of biennial convention of the Sons of Benjamin In ses sion with Coroner Ferdinand of New in the Nearly 900 dele gates are In Tho report of tho secretory shown that the rooblpta wore and tho thu Moduli Vlveiidl govornmun has decided to ask parliament to ronow tho vivendl in TOW of the disposition pi the ttovornment to negotiate for a aettlomen of all tho difficulties between Canada and the United Thin utatouwiit como from tho mlnlsUr 1lru at Jour nala special tuiym Fir Tuesday mornlug burnud IVrnor hall ou th tho dwelling of ocou pled by and an two buildings owned by TIIKOW ASIDE YOUR FUEL EATERS INVEST IN Garland Stoves and Builders Hardware a I have the Finest Line of Carpenters Tools in the FLOSS ThM Telephone Uowti the association by a voU of 17 U a reduction In freight Missouri rlvir to with tlio nuonl cut by on Hluux City Tho roductlon ttiuounto to about 16 Thu now will couie otfcotlvo on Himlmioml to Journal Radwood tpeolul ditto Holdon has noiitoiired to he hanged llolden mnnlorod Frank of Mortoi on the night of The causo lui erimo la yit I A Miivrtiinir who wa4 miutuwiud fci hang day for the rourdiT of tow until I THE IMPROVED B VNNEE AK fciabnvo cut Is nspiirlully rotriunmiiniloil for HowlnK or tUo Ituuui It is litaiitlful In uiipouruiiio and priicHuul lu Wo have A m Hi prriH from and at these prlmx nxuect West Third   

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