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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - March 13, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                J ALTON DAILY THUKSDAY MARCH But Few of Them Have Regis tered in Enos TSOOS announces that he has established In a building purchased for the JHWB purpose a SAOTTARIOM for the BOTH MEBIOAL and SURGICAL Mnerienoe during many years has convinced him that all diseases ft Smwwd more luccessfuUy in an institution of this under the the and with the aid of means not other when the patients are seen by their medical advisers and the surrounding are freo jroa i noxious It ia readily reached by the Second street horse Mid li naar the Union foS building is and arrangementa are as perfect as is possib e from knowledge of samtary science and the requirements of such an ite forms Oxygen and its compounds are provided as may be required by pa ion to such other treatment as may be deemed A LARGE SOLARIUM For Sun Baths and exercise in cold and inclement is BaSh patient ia thoroughly examined by and receives his Utf personal O 13 FOB TECB RECEPTION OF For further Information address ENOS at the corner of George and Third Children Cry for Pitchers RESOLUTIONS UNANIMOUSLY ADOPTED It has Pleased his Royal To remain with the Good People of this these after of Sniali aod j Sharp Be it That Oonaalt our Own ij to Call ou TBtB AND BE IT FURTHER 11 nrWAl MTDR With IP order to kwp aid 1 CopV of foil be senttoTflEi NOTE8 FROM THE POLITICAU Killtor of Tho Clnnlnnatl Com mercial in Favor of Ing n Hcpiiinto State for An Election nt IOTTB Cnuventloii nt Sjxocli Agnhmt Oinnpnliiory Ertuontlooi March ok ctloiiB will be held in the first and second olnss cltioa of KunsaK April The fact that women are granted franchises In these elec tions invest them with peculiar R gistration closes In this city on the 20tb up to the present time less than fifty women hnvo signified a lustra to avail thamtiolves of tho privilege of Bo Itttlu Intercut has boon manifested that the Equal Suffrage iisjocintlon deemed it neces sary to ijMiuo an adilrass to the women of To Not Sit with Folded It says The time for our municipal elec liou will goon bo The time for the reg istration books to close will be here and when once tbey arc your name la not tho opportunity to express your convictions at the ballotbox will have passed away as far as the present election ts Do you what interest have I in tho election We the same that men All matters pertaining to the general well being of our community are de cided by the parsons in placed there by tlie votes of the Are we not Interested in these things equally with our brothers The time has passed in Elan gas when women can sit with folded hands and lament because or vicious officials are No woman who has not done her part by doing her duty in depositing her ballot election day and ex pressing her preference nt the primary has any right to find fault if the worst poeslbl parsons should be elected to FAVORS A BLACK An Interview with Bailor Halstoad on th Negro NKW March new blao tato should be made out of the Indian torrl tory aud If this 1 and hall urgu President Harrison to favor ail the discontented negroes in the souther tales cuu migrate to the now state and prao loally govern I do not thin white people of the south will object Field Marshal Murat the military ooking editor of The Cincinnati Commerclft uttered the above in a very em phatlc manner at the Brevoort house whll conversing with a reporter Ho continued Not a Utopian The plan is perfectly feasible and I think would materially assist the Republican President HarriKin in his federal appointments in the black state would doubtless sulect none but It would ive the race a chance to learn how to gov ern themsglvds and bo a place of refuge for This is no Utopian dream of rat a programme that I thinkshould be soon carried As to the Indians in the why let them remain and with the In speaking of Governor he said that the governor was not mentioned for the vloe presidency but the In Ohio the Democrats are not for exPresident As to Presi dent Harrisons being a candidate for a seo oud he said it was too early yet to make any Convention of Temperance March Third congressional temperance convention was la session hore all Ovsr delegates were In among thorn exSenators Un Addoms and P of and scores of other The address of welcome was made by of this J of was presiding The following officers were elected i CoL Jed of ft treas nt one time senator from Black Hawk delivered a stirring addrws on the temperance convention of Mr of one of the old est ministers In this spoke on the new union temperance The speeches wero on moral suasion for the ven The Murderers Friends Maroh of the most exciting elections ever held in this dty took place The occasion was the reelection of school directors A peculiarity of the buutwt was that all party lines were thrown audio and tho whole light cantered around i he Usuoi of a who was HenUmml to the peniten tiary for ten yearn for the murder of Silas butcher of this has a host of who contend ho was wrongfully ac On the Tiptoes friends claim Murdy was coldWoodud and malicious in shooting Tha community has token sides iu the and tho most Wt torfeeliiif election frlouds came off victor Compulsory March of tho Evangelical Lutto of has flwl a ihotat tinw luyulkory education bill which bos uiMatvdiiuiwil tort of commotion among tua louil W view of the ap proaching city Ho inveighed strongly emphatically lio Rave to boards of edu of directors the if they wipe out tlie poroohlttl Ofiflw tuthurun The paitaf saW tlmt law Is creating tbrounhout tlie state ana Sit the pooilu ohurcbei are rolslug their agoUiyt tlrwl right MuroU yod nostoUlce Bght is on at Clear and to adjust nwtWw Bwenoy bM Jgreed to the matter to u popular OUR SOLON9 AT The Unyn iTooeedliign In Senate and Hume of WABHIKOTOH Marfh In the senate the corwunvnt resolution or the Investigation of llniiilgrntlon ters together with the two amend meuta vxtendlng the invostigiitlbn to urclianoof American hidiutiUi by foreign anil to tha usiJOf BwUbcs Uiiuii In few York harbor as HU immigration depot wasakun aud the house agreed and the has now pflsseu both The tfieri irocceded to vote on the rewilutlon to ox xoluda from Tlo tKecprd the made by Cull in tho report of discussion with The resolution yras nays Four Tofred n the affirms CoilSidcriitlon of rtiol or the Blcction of a president jirii net during the of iW was then proeeoJod Tlut Itlalr The senate agroerl that at 2 oclockW March the Blair edurational bllliSttaU be allowed until 8 oclock to make sectoring and then debate oil tue amend menta shall continue uutil the bill pouiejBW a Plumb has givan notioei that he will call up bill next Monday and antagonizo the Blair bill with In the After routine buntnesb the resolution presented Irotnthe rulep went into committed ef the the Oklahoma bill T NTERNAT10NALOOMPLlCATlbN8 Ukeljr to Grow Out of the Actions Of a j March are WkelyMofcrowlent dtaii Incident thuthustakeu itlaoe bareprfeoMcttUy involving an insult to anil V possible violation tha righto W British The crew of a British the deserted tbe ship and although they were not to be paid till the return to Liverpool they brought an action In a court to recover their accrued Justice of the Patrick Issued a writ of attachment against the a deputy constabla wag put In Capt ashore and in com Edwin went ushors and hired a gang of men to put Alining m tho Landed In When he returned Deputy Constable Von thinking tha new force was to help get possession of tbe hauled in the Imlder to prevent Hamilton from coming Hamilton throw a plank from the wharf to tbe Hut as he was about midway of the Biliber jerked it from its place and landed Hamil ton in the injuring Win so that ha Is confined to his Tbe thlnfc ing it was too warm for thorn took the ships and and went These being British were seized by the customs and the constable was charged with Tho British con sul at Port Townsend will Investigate the case has been reported by telegraph to the state department at Wash Charges of Cruelty Agftlntt ELtVEN PERSONSHAVE Tim tnutt oi Go Alioatd the KiiteriulMJ uiul Call for Wit naMtfs Ajtulnst Its Commander TiMlmouj IntroUHcod Seaman wltlikilayonet Kt Utin a with u ttitw Marth eotirtof in quiry to Into the charges of brutality on the part o Commander McCalla of the tt jamcr Enterprise opened Tueilay at Brooklyn navy Rear Admiral Klraberiej umiouncwl that aVMt would be paid to tbe tlml all iwpuld W musteruii Whon tbe had boartieU Mie yessol muttered and Judge Garst rcadtiiebrttflri from Kuuberley theu rominainlttl nil man or offi cers who had auy ciimp ohiflo about barsu tllsdplini ami wuel trwaUneriVAurihg their of iu Eaiuiprisa to stop to the starboard part of tbe Eleven Men Had a CbtuinarKlir JkfeChilB lootedoiiilbuBljover bia unJ bourt marl ml looketl sur Suddenly seotiiau for morv TJjeo Awe firemen ttepped out and a down from the Entwistlu also camr forward and Ensign KUuc men in nil stood ta a row Wlently signifying hnd conjplalnta haisb After op erBtibnwaBgone througu the court adjourned for tbe Seconrt When courtbf toijiilry met Wednes day roornihgthe first wltnesit called wau Lieut tho He testified 10 various puniBhiiicuts luHictod onmen by ComuioUoru hiUall the puniahmehta luul bcei In with Oio Ou July M 11 oclock In the evening who tii his heard a seaman making a great heard Coumiander ropratolly or der the to At last the eiuum indjr went Hf fol lowud tha commander and found liiiii Ing nar John who was in the buiidit of abusive auJ swore at tha with a He was gagged with a buyonet placed across bin mouth and strapped Afdr n while ho was Wullur cama violent and abusive and Oominaiulir McCaluiJrew his swonl auvl struck nltu across the kuoekmj him After that Walker was put arivstand plucwl la double In tibn tlie lieutenant siiid be luvrr kiuiw a iiip that had so niucli liquor smugRltd ou board ai tlioro was on tlio Ho iaiJ UcCallu Introduced a number of im for tho confort of the UKII tlnco ho thd Building Lots Corner Main and for Eighth and Ninth and Bluff two each Alton Fifth One Hundred Lots rangingin to one hundred feet and thirtylfronl from on terms to suit One of the nicest residence plats in OVer 1BOHouses Lots in di of tile Call and fee With the aim of Leailirig ill my Line ef Business I liaye a Largo Stock No Illinois State Fair In March Tho state board of agriculture met at the Notional hotel In this city and discussed the worlds fair situ The board decided to hold another fat stock show in having bean guaranteed against It was also deoMed to hold no state fuir In BO as not to con flict with the worlds The board passed resolutions that Governor Flfer be earnestly requested to convene at an early day a spe cial session of the legislature and to recom mend a sufficient appropriation from the state treasury to place the display from the department of Dlluois abreast of all other state and that WWs quested to Invite similar action byWliBtmir BYZANTINE RUGS The Laiest in he in A FINER AND BETIER SYRMA at the Sanfe The CitweuB of Alton aocl Vicinity and Examine these I am not afraid of of their NiteiV Now Clrehs NBW March the James tlie equal pa ner of Barnuma greatest show has just become part owner Oooperinthe Forepaugti bellevwl or flnanelaHy Intereitod in but It is evident that theOeal tended to work some astonishing he dreuB business of the T magnitude of the tronsactioo to ha ift surprisal ftven tbe most theatre and MMbu Horrible Story of r March BlahIs under arrvat laughter for horribly muttw whom he attend during oatod at the time aad used a fie cut off one of and cut the woman badly tbe third day wetM tevcral in bar tlugi which cut the of her pie are intensely excited tb uider a strong guard to prevent ly Death of March tt weUknown board of trade Mart remitting from f Tuesday Lectors Umo receiving number of gtbe place IX O War ren W Uwla Crowell and Mo UeUer of March chamber of wwlmlwl former wiidemnatlon of the MiilCliiloy a i iport favoring ilJauHo Inwrted perniltting to Iw triad Mf A YAL6 STUDENTS Plays Some Vary Shabby frlcbi Then NBW students uinke pobliii the itutu meuts affootlng of their uumber Wil fred of NorWi a law school playutl a tome of ixkor with John of and but raluM a question whicll It agreed shoald bo rcfwred tofue Pollca Oa tette A but of wns made on the point Latur Clark showeil a letter purporting to bi from The Polloe sustaining his view Viirtioff paid tfae but itiH Insisted that bt was right iftjuwnthen WrefoT the matter to The Clipper and anuthdr was bet Clark agnln his apparently from The VerMff ms ana The Clipper ana Qawtte He found that they had never writ Unito Vwtioff accused Olftrk of and Clark rotnrned the an 1 gave aelieek forthoamount he had lost to Shortly he to see ttie caeok a whoij it Was him he put it In tiU and His action no dlsgustod tbo that they deckled to muke The Oapltnl Wiw hloi T peot BolllnimJlUnthliVlj IM Tuesday night faq builds llu tie cdmpany will to The works wuru ou a big scule and the flno to n tack yf tocrtny the bnstneas ou in the dlroan projvctod by the The sfaerUI mode compftayi pay roD aroouBsd to per OVER 700 WND8AH08EM wMparola egan e Hut He and Latter Uadjipen fc tbe fall and winter in southern CaWirnU They returned about six ago but i climate here was deprewlng to K and they started for Jekyll Left Bin Wlft ami March a young married man of this respectable In left his wife and nhild lait Prlday aud has not been or hourd of HB o mapey tlm Per HlfWtllLV UlKlllb r reila health began te JtbOto K nons who saw DjiiUm on the iralu wy f J If Wiw The session of HitUrutlwrboMl tuwe ball inootliig bc4 Iurtday ana adopto4 F1ROW ASIDE YOUR FUBL terland Sloves Builders Hardware a Finest Line of Carpenters Tools in Thid opp I reeeirlpg a Urge and i to Ike for Spring which I am prepared to ip i iy Blurted for JtKyii us in York grew muoh and returned to Bunday began to and Iron Miners on nals Horrle iron producer to Ito tramway men struck for to ounce of to any tramway mcfepi on and tbe fight deiitlaed of tbo Will Wind Op March itock of Union bank by a vote of to BI5 hare to wind uu the ot the bank ttobank fromwkloh Tsllw Obarlos A Pltchur tola all oaab In jw to a OanwMan lalL Tbe bank recovered naariy all tiw oaih and that Pltohwr but Imvo not bunu in a Uourlubmg oouql Uon for aonm r T after wtitoli rwolutloM wan adopt ed allowing oacli home uiub pdr of tits total fuuW uf roe A contract with Iteufo for a pply of fcUU toithwe entered After aUMidlng to vtboi His Last flliit li Ifc a our nlf wWog to Avury antl tuuu Shot In but not Hlswifa WtUlm flvw mid bas lUying at a dtrm I went to UM ami after thu shooting Wan to tor arrest GUARANTEEING A Perfect Fit Reasonable Rates and Complete Public Involving a total expenditure mn by houw of TUBK Mftrob was by 41 dufeaUug y Tue tbe remaludur of Jhulr liukut by IMPUJK Miuvh lirltU Ui pcrbbw IB HOFFJftANf No 100102 East wf Last MEAL i   

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