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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - March 7, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH VOLUME 29 MARCH Enos HNOS ftonouncee that he has established in a building purchased for the purpose a SAMTABIUM for the BOTH MEDICAL and Hta experience during many years has convinced him that all diueasea ota be managed more successfully in an institution of thia under the constant supervision of the and with the aid of rteana not other jise tt than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers M intervals of several hours or The position of the SANITARIUM is and the surrounding are free from til 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 t 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 8OLABITJM For Son Bathi and exercise in cold and inclement is Each patient is thoroughly examined by and receives his daily personal FOE THE RECEPTION OF For further information address ENOS at the corner of George and Third Children Cry for Pitchers RESOLUTIONS UNANIMOUSLY ADOPTED It Boyal NibSj ttoe GoQd Eeople of this yicinj Inaugurating a System of Small and Sharp Be It we Consult our Own when in Need Good wiieu in weeu FURNISHING DBtf to Call on BE IT FURTHER That in order to keep bis ROYAL NIBS with we of w agree to Bend Md lor all their Good Goods at LOW and CW Of be sent to THEl OF ran A Pennsylvania Murder Mys tery Cleared LEVERING SHOT BY A the Occurred TwentyFour Yearn Ago and the Murderer Hm Junt Admitted the Shooting on HU Death Gnng of Flro lings In Rhode Jewelry Bob bery ut Kansas March mystery surrounding the killing at Joseph of Lower twentyfour yourH lias been cleared up by the death bed coiifission of John who died In that Lover Ing was In the act of putting away his team for the night and while going out of the stable the report of a gun was heard from behind a stonn wall within ten feet of the door which doctor The doc tors residence was close to Hendersons store botweon the villages of Rosemoiit and White Assassination of The unusual report of a gun within the yard of the dwelling aioused the family and the llfojess body was found two min utes after the Alarm and excite ment draw a large crowd that and every householder joined In scouring the neighborhood for the Henderson assisting his An inquest was hold but without The excitement occasioned by the shooting was slow to die The leading citizens of the including issued offer ing a reward of for the apprehension of the CunlesHBd the On Henderson being sick and fearing that he was to called Ills family to bedside and in the presence of the family physician confessed to killing Levwlng in cold He described the tragedy Henderson expired a little before midnight Ha gave no reason for his bloody deed and the confession bos caused as much of an excitement as did the crime ILLINOti MINERS Thor Adopt the Blunt Hour System and March 7 miners slate convention Wednesday ooolared in fa vor of the eighthour to go into effect May 1 Considerable opposition was but tho flnilly had tliingn their own Among the other resolutions adopted was one repudiating the present system observed by the bosses In cur tailing the supply of coal for the purpose of increasing tho price to the Tho lagislnture is asked to paw a law providing for semimonthly and abolishing the system of trupk also for the examination of mine thtf examination of stationary for making coal scmm uniform thioughout the aunmdaieut of the miniuglawsl so as to provide lor the liupocton tor tha prospoctivo district or some other co npatent person to act as senior of weights Mid1 measures for the adjustment of ncaies upon which ccal is weighed at the AII Invitation Every member of the craft in Illinois Is appealed to to associate with Mm miners for the protection of tho Of the coal are called upon to mwt and adjust their many of from Fire Hugs at Their March night a gang of fire bugs made a desperate attempt to confuse the fire departments of Central Palls and Valley Falls by kindling simultaneous flres in several 1 oclock in the morning a who runs a grist discovered a man in the ant of firing his torn in Central He gave the and the fellow The barn was Three other attempts at barn burning in Central Falls were frus In Vallsy Falls the big barn of the Valley Falls with a dozen horses imd a lull complement of mill was Killed His March 10 oclock in tho morning Domiotck Taney killed his brother Michael by stabing him wtth a sharp case The tragedy occurred in a house in the rear of 1169 South Ninth where the brothers lived with their Dominick while under the influence of came into the house and began quarreling with his On being rnproved by he become in catching up a table slashed and Michael until he fell Dominick is under Blown Open with an Infernal March novel way of blowing open a safe was that adopted by the burglars who scoured all the funds from the United Express companys office At flrst it was believed the explosive had Ieen blown through the cracks of the but the acnt recollects that a stranger entered tho cilice and asked him to care for a very valuable This was placed in the safe and bos not since been called It is supposed the package wag an infernal uiaohluovvlth a clock Swore Falsely as to Their and Lillian of Morgan were married hero in the county clerks of both swearing they were of legal A telephone message waa received in the evening from the girls brother at inquiring if the marriage had taken plaoe They said that Bryant was but 9 years of age and their sister Her family were all bitterly opposed to Bryant and threatened him with a warm reception when he brought his bride Blotoun Strikers In New NBW March is feared at the hands of striking employes of Sulz Welnige gllk College Point Ono hundred of them wont out last Thursday Iwruuso one of their number had been The Tuesday pa radod tho streets nud prevented new bands from going to lu the evening the factory windows smashed with stones other Tho factory to now pro tooted by a shoris A TrainWrecker Owns March special from aoys tho mystery of the attempts to wreck trains on the In thai vicinity has bwm cleared at DutiCtlves have been working on tho caw for SOIIIB tim and tholr efforts re sulted in Uie niTBit of Guorgu at that Easterly broke down and con iuipliOJitlng ono object of their despurato attempts ha rufiwcs to Stole Worth ut KANSAS March Burglar entered the jowolry storo of Hob Dun 488 Minnesota Kansas an early hour in and dlrtotly under tho full glaru of an elootrio light broke the safe open with a tenpound iledgehaimnor and uecurcd HMO worth of watchw and Ibe entrance WMB ulluotod by forcing open the front door with a Pollcemnn by March Bhoerookor WHS shot Ttienday night white in auwilt of and died at 6 oclock WcdnowJay Thlrteon are in hut yflfl the ar8 ot Dossowloa of positive BvMonoe aaeiniit niiy A reward of hiu been of fored fof the ioiivlclion of the An Innocent MHU who wan to o tana of forty in tlw from Will kmioD uouiity In 10 or 11 of Itai boon pardoned By TTw viotiiu jjrowij to and uuw afflanvJIi tMw OQWIU was uot her the standpoint of the seem They are also asked to meat the minors at an early date In a joint and then adjust the nffntwof tlwooal min ing industry so far as to conform with fair ness to tbe scale of prices adopted at Colum The incoming the help of the nationalexecutive are di rected to use their best energies to effect union among all in Southern abd to appoirtt a corps of to con VJUB all the fields The EightHour Day at Milwaukee March revolution in labor mature that willbe cil thudosticaUy greeted by the country overwill be inaugurated here It Is now for the first poniUyety known that the eighthour day demanded by the building tradesmen wUl be griinkd by tbe Nearly all of the contractors in the city declare that they would grant the demand without a controversy TWwoffc of ore celebrating the good WROTE HUMOR WHILE The Story of the Toaolioa the Public NEW March tuud vaiaedby tho friends and cdmlrers of tbe late humor Phillip for the benefit of hit widow and has reached the turn ot Volunteer subscriptions were re ceived from men and women in all walks of life and in all parts of the The story of Welchs lingering death from and the knowledge that while suffering great agony he continued to amuse the public with his merry touched all and the loiters received by the fund commit ta contain many feeling reference to this sad ending of a brilliant though brief ca Congrennmaii WASHINGTON mod Representative quite B panic on the Republican He does not agree with the remainder of his party on tbe Arkansas contested election hav ing soma doubts on points ot and at1 tempted to explain his views at the clone of the Tho time fixed for dismission bad been exuautsed and when Bill arose to ask the unanimous consent to address the house ho was silenced by loud raits for tbe regular order from the Republican side and by shouts of Let him speak from theDem He did get a chance to explain himelf and had to vote without doing but will print his explanation in The Philadelphia Tlslted bf March fire at Dels ware avenue and Arch street did over 000 damage and for a to bring about results far more disastrous than which aetualty The Jftrnu and individuals which suffer Jossare fol io Ws proprietorQajaJW1 City Whisk and Broom dam age to foreign and domestic damage to stopkj Albert fish pout damage to stock j Browning frujts and low oWefly by The Rtdgway to all the buildings affected joss WUl Let Up on Carpet March Reporter says The Intensity of tbo deprw slon which prevails in the ingrain carpet making Industry resulted In a concerted effort by to devise moans ol A committee appointed some weeks since by tbe Manufacturers hot received sufficient rapport to warrant them in advising a stoppage of S6 per of the looms now in operation for nine There is every reason to believe the recom mendation will be put la Samuel Very March telegram announces the serious Illness of President Oompers of the Ameriorn Federation of He passed through tbe city Sat urday last for In exoelkmt but felt 111 and was removed to hit home In New dampers bad made an engagement in city and this but these are Want a Companion In The project of a ship canal from Berlin to the Bultio aea has elic ited from the Frunch papers opinions wblob may be interpreted to nieitn that tfcey only hopo tho kaiser will try It The Panama cuuul is still a painful memory in and the Gauls would view with inuoti phi losophy the pectnolo of tbo Goriuau people nudurgolng a similar To Price of NBW March Bun that tbe wholesulo grocers of ttio country oomblned to ralw tbe wllluk W oent a They olnlra that tbvy hRve been lowing iroiiey on for If they succeed In I heir it will tbeiieoplo of tlio country more per minuiii for their sugar Uiau lierelofore A VOUIIB tu Mnroh a iTycnroW daughter of of Hoi was to tbi field to kindlu tome brash he anil hoi olothlug cnujcit BUe WM buruod to ftily tho waUtliaud of her drew belna left on 8h llvixl flvo sot wing ipvot aua ftiKitll Maroii T at the bun qMot Uie proviufinl at Biupoiur Who ever will bwlp ujdli welcome wfefl Last Work of the Republican Clubs at POINTS IN THE PLATFORM The American System of Proteetlon to Amerlnnii Industry and tabor De Announces the Conrtlttonn Vptm Which Will lie for the Vnlted States ton Iolltlcftl March call logon tho governor Wednesdny morning the Rvpubilum club convection reeon and adopted a which ap pioves Hairisons domnnds be enforcement of equal rights 1n tbo recommends fed aid to educa approves ot governmental reg ulation of corpor opposes calls for Usability pension favors VmUot and com tbe rigid of the Mien wnfact Uon as follows Building Lots Corner Main and for Eighth and Ninth and Bluff two each for Alton Fifth t One Hundred Lots ranging in size from Mylee to one hundred feet and from on terms to suit One of the nicest residence plats in Ovr 100 Houses and Lots in parts of he Crill and ot ibe Aiuciican system of protection to Amer ican industry the policy that hag ljeen period of our tlpnal pledge our to a eqnitoWe business and I party for the rs It has prevented purposi The election of oflloen resulted as follows John of Nebraska of New York Phineas of also a long lUt of vice The j report of the committee in favor of holding the next convention at Cincinnati was An adjournment was reached in the Minnesota March the fore noons of the Farmers Alliance the revised constitution was too main provision of which is to excluds from mem bership any persons who ore not Tbe aLctlon of officers was commenced and the first ballot was made R Hall received 160 Ignatim Donnelly and 6 Connolly withdrew and Hall was chosen It is considered that Donnellys defeat was owing to the fact that he is too much of A politician to be president of the Palmer a March long continued silence of exGovernor Palmer in relation to his candidacy for tbe United States senate has at last been and hi a letter to the chairman of the Democratic state central committee general states in unmistakable language tho exact conditions under which he will accept Uie Democratic leadership in tbe ocmlng campaign for United States The conditions are simply that it be the tenttinent of tbe dele gates to tbe state convention that he should Will Vote March tlves of the FannerB1 the Industrial tbe Farmers Mutual Boneflt associa the Patrons of Husbandry and tbe Knights of Labor held a meeting hero at which It was that members of tbe as86claHon named should vote together and irrespective questions eJteot delegates disclaimed any Intention of organizing a new 1 Filling Iowa lefUlatlTe March joint oon venilon of the McMHlan wa4 elected tbe Madtpon penjteiitlary of the Animoqa penltentUfy fiwrge Ragn stoto priptert state On the for 6 Madison Haijchltt who took part in tbe Republican wiucjisi tlon and votej for tfra A Miwel KBW Mvoh Burr of 82u Broad who has large clientele among European has Just received a curious proposal from 6 Gor man named whom be has bad considerable busjnos of a financial na The propyaal la in the shape of a If li evidently written In perfect good asking htm to flod wealthy American heir brldee for impeouiilous European princes who are to tu furnished by the writer of the The two It la shall divide the commissions to be obtained out of tbe ladies fortunes by tbe lucky brldogrooran and by them paid to the proposal inMftmoolal brokerage Letter to March The nor bos rooolvod a latter from a woman signed Tchebr ikova menanolng him with tbe fate of Peter Paul I and Alexander II unleas bo modules hli present reootlonary A copy of the letter wan veut to each of the at Ibe Minn The police have been luntruoted to obnarve extraordinary aud to make an active search for pcwons nujjxwtod of being impUoated In U6 writing and of the PresldeuUal WAiHiNOTOB March preel dent tuu sent to be tenate tbe following uomlnatkmsi Pxwtmaatere GuthrUs Mormlllui a Mar tins ludlana Kdluburga Hutobin Ruihvtllfii Ajuartoni OMded New March squad ojf poUoe offloem raided tN board of Braad and ftt I oclock and selxtd the funds aud and are now holillng all partitf prUwMN who wuro found In Cold In Mawih toDiperft Wlaoousln ranged below MUO Wedaet snow ft two fwt La many the aim of Leading in my p Business I have Retired a Large Stock of BYZANTINE The Laicsi in ha in all A FINER AND BETTER SYRNIA at the Sama The Citizens of Alton and Vicinity are Id to all and Examine these I am not afraid of sn OVER 700 KINDS AND 6Ut8 fMU TO THl UNUINt THBOW ASIDE YOUB FUEL BATBHB PTPS0T JN i f W Builders Hardware a I have the Finest Line of Carpenters Tools in i ite ami Floss Thid Telephone M SPRUG I receiving a Urge In aU prayaillng for Spring which I urn pi to up GUARANTEEING A Perfect Fit Reasonable Bates and Complete HOFFIASH No 100102 linst go n AtiRtrrt you Five   

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