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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - March 3, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON DAILY VOLUME MOKDAY MJyttdH 3 Enos BNOS announces that he baa establiBhed in a buUdinz purchased for the purpose a SANTTABIUM for the BOTH MEDICAL and Bis experience during many years ftas convinced him that all diseased 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 aft intervals of several hours or The position of the SANITARIUM Is and the surrounding are free from all noxious It is readily reached by the Second street horse oarsand is near the Union The building IB 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 pV in addition to such other treatment as may be deemed A LARGE SOLARIUM For Sun Baths and exercise in cold and inclement Is Bach patient is thoroughly examined by and receives hie daily personal FOR THE RECEPTION OF For further information address ENOS at the corner of George and Third Children Cry for Pitchers RESOLUTIONS UNANIMOUSLY ADOPTED The Settlement of a Quarrel of Long TWO KENTUCKIANS WITH BLOOD Klncalil Says the Mmle A HUHM for Him wltli Upraised tflft tluforo He That Taul boo lltul Often Threaten ml to K 111 Him Wound n Dungarotiit CHUM of thu Trou WASHINGTON CnTi March For the first time in the roamory ot man a gunshot was the cfcpHol and the mnitblp tha efairrtuw lead from the houaajloor to tho below were stninofi with human Tho housowus in olid the echo Qf the re port of the resounded through tho and was beard even as far NOB tho A gaunt nwh staggered down the with his blood streaming from an ugly wound in his He exCon gressman William Preston of Ken tmd near him revolver in thouiuu who had done the He to quote nn expression common Jn Ken tho former home of both a little pintof cider not five feat in weighing not 100 Charles El KJncaid is but tho shadow of a He is the regular correspondent of The Louis ville and has for yean been a well known figure In Washington both political and social Bo has ipeut several summers in England as one of tha consular agonU of the United and has been a frequent and welcome visitor at Ha Gladstones Herbert Glad stone and as ho is called are warm personal Cause of the The occurrence awakens the liveliest in terest here on every particularly as Judge Kincaid was always to be found at social He is a friend of exSpeaker Carlisle and other prominent southern The story that led to the affray is au old About two years ago who was then in was mixed up in a scandal The patent oflico was the scene of tho affair and tho name of a youiig lady employe wns unpleasantly con nected with that of Tho young woman was subsequently dismissed from the Ksrvioe of tho jrovernmont The tala went the rounds of the particularly in Kentucky and like other did not hesitate to publish the Taulbees retirement from congress may be attributed to it He failed of nomination to the Fiftyfirst house of rep and settled down as a lawyer and claim agent in According to Kincaida statement Taulbee has taken umbrage at his criticisms printed in the L ui8vilo tnd has from time to time said he would yet kill The Vint The quurrci culminated Friday and Kin raid shot The first rupture oc curred a little before 12 Kincaid was standing Just between the doors leading to the house at the entrance opposite tho Indies reception Kincaid was waiting for of to whom ho had sent a when Taulbee oamo he come out I wont to see I cnnt coma replied the I am waiting fur a Then Tnu boo seized Kincaid by the coat collar and thro whim around the little on try Kinculd is said to have struck at Taul and releasing his hold on Kinenlds coat took him by the ear and govo that member a violent pinch or so much so hi fact that the ear is much After a scuffle Kincatd broke away from slying am not jaopared iTaulbeo replied yju bad batter to have clone this thing to ma Then Taul boo resumed Bayne and Adams soon arrived and superintended Tout to his homo on the corner of Third and Capitol After a examination the irported that the Imllot entered head over the left eyo and the wound Then arrangements were made for the removal ot the wounded man to the where ho could receive totter treatment than at his own Up to 1 oclock Taulboe had made no stntamaut regarding I ha Tho physicians would pormlt no one to see wiyfiig they could not answer for contequencGj if he was HOUSE The Taubloo Minuting Taiinhed Ipon 1 thit Morning WASHINGTON March pro ceedings of the wore opened by Klllut of the Heturrlug the un fortunate occurrence of Friday hu said A1 mighty who by thncommandineuts au exniuplu of our Lord Jesus Chrht has in clinedus In the exercise of charity to nl those who ore tick or we implore Thy mercy on 1 ho men whohavt lifted up the bun in of violence and blood in tha of justice and in tho very homo of am who thu in the bondage of puln aui the other of tho Grant unto them deop contrition of heart that they may obtain sure trust in Thy mercy and the comfort o Thy And O God Thou knowen theawretoof all our whether we ourselves are Inwardly better than those we Have mercy on Keep us fron tha occasion and opportunity of evil am from the ways of sinful Let no pride or self no covetousnssi or no improper imagination or bast passion or violent temper pollute our souls or degrade our words or A few private pension bills were passed also senate bill providing foran assistant secretory of The contested election case of Feathcrstoue from ttie first Arkansas district was then called Negro Lynching In March Washing the who woo arrested for assault ing and murdering the littlu 9yearold nieoe of Alfred near oonfcsseil his crimo when taken before the coroners So intense was the feeling that the jurors could hardly refrain from At 9 oclock at night the mob suocoodod in forcing the and dragged tho prisoner The crowd carried the doomed negro down the railroad rack one and a hall miles toward and told him to pro paro for They placed a ropo around his nock and swung htm up to a telegraph The revolvers in the crowd ware dis charged rapidly and lift nogruj body rid dled with halfpast 1 a note The livungelloul March report of comtnittoe on worship was adopted at Saturday mornings session of tho Evangel ical President Holzupfel of the Bohuylklll seminary read the rsport of the Institution showing that tho debt of the seminary had ixwu reduced from to f and that Its membership had increased 48 oont Tho Hell wns elected presiding elder ot the AllentOwn district and Hiimiiu eleetol elder the Fblladelphin A Jiciily Mull In Maicli week ag of carao he with Lydln of Monroe an they woro Four days later ho in jail at Sparta on the charge of horsi He had bargained to buy a team of and borrowed them o goitc Qalesville after the also borrowln a Instead of that he came hero sold tHo and Hie wagon fo getting married on the Ageo Widow Marries Youth of 19 SWEET MORSEL OF BROOKLYN GOSSIP A Young MUM on Hoard the Training Blilp Minnesota Uucmuri Enamored of Widow 03 Yvars Old and Mnrrlei The Bridegroom Ban StepSou Iour Tears His the AfTUIr Caine NKW March in the vicinity of 883 Haiicook Building Lots Corner Main and for Eighth and Ninth and Bluff two each for Alton Fifth It has Pleased Ms Royal remain with the Good People of this Vicinity LOT these Many Years after Inaugurating a System of Small and Sharp Be It That we Consult our Own when in Need Good FURNISHING and BUY to Call on THE ANB BB IT FUBTHKR in order to keep bis ROYAL NIBS with us awhile longer we all of us agree to uoud our Neighbors to cald for all tUeir Good Goods at LOW and tbat a Copy of this bo sent to TUB CITY OF ALTON a of the oupito greatest confusion KlncaU mot and Bam axdoor keeper ofi tUoihouge xa the steps of the stair way near thoxastauraalu Taulbee rushed at him with uplifted arm to Kincald had gotteni a pistol Che meat the jaenjxm nnd fired thebulleV plowing around theface node butappawntlr not in jurlng th Rlncald made no attempt to escape after palny confined In the capitol guardroom for a was re moved to jJaoivpollee Oapito Sam Ronelson declines make a went about lie but Kiuuakl gave out his veniou of Uie oceurrenoe as follows ICIllculds About I went to the house res taurant to get my Taulbee me me and advanced toward me in a threaten ing man 1 warned him but be drew book lite arms ns U to when I fired and he No man bail suffered more nl the bunds ot another than I hare from Tuultaehas haunted me like He has lumped insult at on three different times kill Only a few months ago Taulhoo told Jay a Washington correspon at present ugont of the Cbosnponke and Ohio railroad at that be would some diiy kill Ho also told Bhaw that hu would have Kincnids IrnyUiK to1 Tuulleo was taken to the room of tho coiniuittM on grounds Huron was surjcouudodt by almost the entire Kentucky Toulboo appreciated tho gravity of bis as noon M tie regained prayed his mtoraUon to The scene was twenty members of congress supposed to mortally llftiuB bla voloo to Buprome JJpiug for Borne of the gentlemen present wore overcome by their and sobbed with Congressman of whp la a physician did hie bout to itop the his were Ineffectual The floor of the committee like those of tho oopcidors null t pools of Tmlbte theunhitit of devd Mom wJw stood at the bmd of Uie sofa on whlob w layt Who this thing to1 Wliat has bap ijenod met Carlisle Midi Charley KluwUd did ought not dooo said Taul Ho ought not to liftvii done Why did ho do CarlUluf Did you not words witU him to Mktd CftrUafe i WM tlw ought Narrow Escape from a Sioux March morning at 5 oclock a fire suddenly brok out Se Jomeeon block on tb The upper story was Of twenty sleeping Sovexal nar success fully jumped the second Th loes teflgurtd at insur DaMh of March known So the as P proprietor of Shawhsn house hi this died from a stroke of In the hotel bmUiiiaf for tbirt years andb best landlord in tb funeral oeeured Saturday after nndar the o which be was a prominent Ue wai 63 years Ttie Oeriauii March returns ttnm the reballoU Friday show that No tloual Libtral Socialist Seiglj Natlona Liburnl Socialist Nu tfonallet and Hsflbronn SooiulisU and Jjoerraob have been Tha SociaUs llorr is Makes u Partial NBW March of the United sloopofwai makes a partial denial of the of biaoilloars and men that bo u an Inhuman and that he treated all hands with groat brutality during tho voy age which wait ended by tha vosaalto arriva Consolidated the March Jour nals special says Ollldul notioe has been rocoivwi bare tliaU tbo freight and poKsougor builnwui of the North and Wisconsin railroads for had been transfers ore being Mitchell NlW March Gbarlca of died At 4 oclock in tha morning In thhi Bo wns one of the principal BtwltUoWurs and president of tbo llltclioiJVonco nmnufuoturcrs of gas Urnaky Smith March on trial for tho murder of itm hat been found guilty of murder in tho Ant do tho puually of Hli defenso wai i quite indig nant that her marriage to a lad younger than her own tons should excite Bolles owns tha property at JPi Han cock It in a handsome jrownBtono ebgoii ly She also owns consi lurnbie property located else where in Brooklyn and this She was very angry whm told by a reporter Friday that people said she was over and an with a tbat was only 1 Tho First Then tha bride related the story of bar sec ond cuurUbip and marrlog Her first hus band WILS a tea Importer of this Before his which occurred three yean ha told her that U sha ever dosirwil to marry again she was not to besl about doing She informed him than she would probably never wed but if she should her husband would have to be young Shortly before loath one of the sons entered the schoolship This was R Sherwood who B HOW nearly four years older than Us step It was on board the ship thai young met then a lad of 14 yean They chums and took a cruts to Japan When they returned Bolles in that hi companion should visit his He did and soon came to be looked on as almost a uvrntwr of tin Xe called Case mother tho same aa the other And Wore About three months continued he told ma that he bad a deepor af ectton for mo than that of a and I ac knowledge that I loved him other than aa t We were married last week b he Stewart and I do no ee that it in anybodys Bolles sold that her sons objected to be They liked young BaJlesas but could not quite tolerate him i a Sho made provisions for hem before the at urgeni Lquent of her who said he ould not touch one penny of her money ut continue on tho training They Miver Bolles and bU are now hi be same watch on board the but they o not spook to each They were both men on board tho ship Friday Bolles aid he failed to see why his mnrrlage ehoulc auso Ho wnx really in love with le and she loved and his parents had given their consent to the Case Raid the first he knew of the marriage was when Bolloe informed him that he was going to marry bfa At firat he re gardod it as a but wtran be found it was a fact be decided to eut and he wouM never speak to him except when compelled to tho rules ot the Belles portly lady with brown dark streaked with and a cheerful To Whtd Dp It March stock holders of Atlantic Flro and Marine In surance have voted to authorize the board of directors to wind up the affairs of the company BOOB as it can be done to advantage and from tune to to sell and realise On UM reducing the same to cash for paying debtt and the bal ance to be divided among The one of the finest structures in the corner of Westminster and Exchange streets and leasehold estate undor it will be sold by auction npon Mayor Barker to president of the The Lands Belong to the March Rhode bland supreme court has bunded down a re script on the long pending cam of the New York and New England railway Tho Providence rtvpeoting tha com plaiuanta righta In tho Cove landsbich said lorporatioa received from its ttie Hartford and Vishklll rail The court deuJdte that the lands oag to the city but tbat the Mew York and New England road is entitled to take up the six mortgage bonds which the municipality now Greeting Veteran lown DBS March the nouso Saturday mornlngHHoaaion was devot ed to the presentation of petitions largttly relating to the oleatlon of a senator and to tchoul and tha presentation of which were road by titles and In tttiuito the uiorniug session was devoted to the reading of after vhioh tho pioneer luwniakers oume into the mil and A cordial greeting wns tendered Uio by a Among bom were uiMnbcra of tho first Iowa legWa 1vrlihod lu tUu March morning at oclock the nididenoo of tunus lu thU was dlscov ered to bo on Dradhhuw oaiue out on tbo but wont book probably o save some of bis Ho stayed too oug and was ovoroomo by unoke anil auffo The flrvntan found him on tbo floor of his room Considerable mystery surrounds the origin of the but tlw pre vailing opinion Is Unit it was caused by eleo rto light are shocked because Matilda Ix a rt TT J J T wealthy whomshey claim to be j une jiundreu Lots ranffinff in8izek CO years of has Just married n JOyear I sir jto onenundred feet and from on terms to suit One of the nicest residence plats in Over 100 Houses i and Lots parts of the 1 Call and seo AHEAD With the aim of Leading in my Line of Business a Large 8tMk of BYZANTINE of NKW Mordi the flsnow of lYoivby I In lutv Cuotrnl parV dlud in tbo morning 6 Well Known Ijiwyor Murcii William 1 the well kuowu crlinluul lawyer died Sal unlay The Latest in he A FINER AND SYRMA at the and to tf an Inspection of Jail OVffl 700 KiHDS AKO TO THIMNUIHI ALL BUB THM THROW ASIDE YOUR FUEL HATBB8 INVEST IN Builders Hardware a Finest Line of Carpenters Tools in the Third Telephone Worbf Mard The Star Manu sotwlng ooapanyV works at Carpeotart burned early to the Tfce kw oo to am on maoufattured about The total humittAov tnoctly In iutual The factory employed orty hnndi making eed and Tlmt March A il hTi thut tlw r i thu nTtfiMiitxitnian nflloo at at ou tbu or I Lira Imilli berewid I am now receiving a largo and varied stock of to ail tbo prevailing for Sprlug which I am prepared to make np In tta GUARANTEEING A Perfect Fit Reasonable Rates and Complete Satisfaction roport Flrebacks Wa vim lor prtoooW 100102 East HOI H AliKNB KOIl ranted   

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