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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - March 31, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                m 1 ALTON DAILY MONDAY MARCH 245 no flttJOS announces that he has established in a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the BOTH MEDICAL and His experience during many years has convinced him that all diseases pan be managed more successfully in an institution of this under the constant supervision of the and with the aid of means not other irfseat than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers 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 and is near the Union The building is and arrangements are as perfect as is possible from 8 knowledge of sanitary science and the requirements of such an Electricity in all its forms Oxygen audits compounds are provided as may be required by pa in addition to such other treatment as may be deemed A LARGE SOLARIUM For Son Baths and exercise in cold and inclement is Bach patient is thoroughly examined by and receives his toBy personal FOR THE RECEPTION OP For further information address ENOS at tho corner of George and Third Ghastly Discovery Made at PROBABLY A CASE OF Tho mid DUcmbmrclud Woimin Found In tho Klver Two Kxlvnt tho Dnfnl cntlonor TrciiKtircr ArohciSo covnriMl Amount to Biilo Murder March tin usually horrible iiffuir was uncovered here by the discovery in tho Missouri river by two who were out in n small of tlic dismembered and disemboweled body of a The legs had been out while a liullot wound on the left side o the just behind tho showed how clearly had come in the first A Gorman painter nniujd John Mottmaa hail reported to the polios last Monday that his wife Julia had di appeared tho evening John a fireman on tho Rock Island was sent He identified the body as that of his After n search a gunny sack was found some dis tance from tho place whore tho body was containing one of the legs of the dead the heart and but the other leg is still The Last Seen of tho News of the finding tho remains of his wife were conveyed to but he showed no sign of He had stated that bis wife had sewed in the lining of her dress when she but no trace of the money was When the police had had a talk with the dead womans daughter the affair began to take on a dif ferent The girl said her father and mother had some time ago agreed to sepa rate but had subsequently made it On Sunday afternoon at about 5 the mother went to a neighbors houso to make a nnd left there about 8 saying she intended to go That was the last seen of her Theory of the A careful sanrch of tho premises showed a trail of blood on the sidewalk opposite the It is tho theory of tho police that ttio wife was killed by tho husband on Sunday night and the body concealed until Thursday when it was cut to placed in tho gunny sack and under the cover of the heavy storm which carried to the river and thrown Children Cry for Pitchers CELEBRATED Jackson Corset And Waist NO EQUAL FOR GRACE AND and SVEEnr LADY SHOULD HAVE NEW STYLES AND FABRICS IN EXCEEDED BY None in Quality and THE Cull and See TREASURER ARCHERS They Foot Up and May Hunch a IJurgcr March joint committee appointed by the legislature to examine tho accounts of Treasurer Archer visited Daltimoro Friday and opened tho kept by Archer in tho Safe Deposit containing the states The committee made their report at night to both Their examination of the securities showed a defalcation of not including coupons on some of the bonds not accounted There were missing from tho treasurers box of West Virginia Central of Frederick City of Baltimore and Ohio car trust of Piedmont and Cumberland railroad bonds and of treasury relief Ills Fiimlly Hour tho the home of State Treasurer is in n dazed His daugh ter Stella has been informed of the wrong doing of her SUo was precipitated into such a state of nervous prostration that it wits Into nt night boforo tho gravest con sequences vouid bo The acts of Arc er were later made known to Ar She keenly felt tho Archers real and personal property is assessed at Thy condition of the trust estates which Archer had in charge is not but the people interested aro moving in tho The box in tho trust deposit com pany in which the states securities were kept was found in the greatest disorder and Negotiable canceled and insurance bonds wore scattered Suicide ol a Wisconsin March ghastly suicide is from the little village of John a welltodo shot himself while temporarily He forced his wife to bring him his gun by threatening to kill her and her daugh ter unless she obeyed She and her daughter then ran out of tho foaring that ho would kill them Soon after they heard the explosion of the gun and upon returning found the suicide prone upon the weltering in with his brains spat tered ovrr tho walla The suicide hod loaded both cocked both tied a string to both and then resting tho muz zlo against his forehead hud fired the gun with his Shot a liiirglur NEW March a business at Hi Bust Fifteenth at an early hour in tho morning dis covered a burglar trying to gain an en trance to his Thu burglur hud forced open a window in the rear of the shop close to a little room where Marks Ho hud liin bead In the window when Murks jumped from his semod a revolver and slmt Iho burglar beforeho had time lo Tho Liullot entered tho bruin over tho left eye and tho thiof dropped to the ground Ho has not boon identi Trloil ti Muritur March A Iloneor Prosii Kpoclnl from sayn a resident of this living flftocn noil stubbed his two sons ami cut his wilVn throat early In the inoiii Hiwas undiir bonds to imswir the charge of attempt to kill u nclxbhor 11 week nnd his family Listifled against him at the preliminary oximinutlon He tscupid from tho nnd iittemptod to utur which hu Tim Injured still A Norlli N Murcli Davis wiis huro In tlio prveuiuso of for thu of John n young In Novumlicr Ho eimfiHsod bin furlher stated that hn rout nnino wna and that while living In Nmitli Carolina wiviirul years ago hu liuil munlcrod lite fix t Iluvii Murrii hi a iiuiiiliioinu anl g luily fiom 511 diiHjipouivJ iriiin hur tills city uiilir drciim lUIIC03 Wll Itll jimt followed York in thu of u imvul nf volunteer TO RAISE THE STARS AND I A Thousand Ariund Mm CnlliMl for to till March Senior Order of American Mechanics have culled for armed men to assist thorn in plac ing tho American ling on tinpublic school house nt a small mining town In BtorHtt this Tho me chanics attempted to raise tho but were mot at the en trance to the school yard by a mob of who refused to al low the flag to be placed on tho Tho mechanics nnd after report ing tho matter to tholr council a circular was issued calling for armed mon t see that tho flag was placed on the building Found Iiiminn Intho March three cr four days post a welldressed stranger has been wandering about through the woods on Cedar crook near this His peculiar ac tions inndo it apparent that be was out o his and tho neighborhood being BOIDB what alarmed information was Hi was brought boforo tho insane commission hero and was found to bo and will bo to the insane asylum at Mount PloasanU Pajwrs found on his person showed him to bo of His dress together with money and papers on hig per showed him to be An Experience In n Stanton has returned from hig survey of tho Gram having been tho second man to make the perilous He says a railroad through the canon is entirely Between the head of tho Colorado river and em of the Grand canon he passed over 620 rapids nnd in one of them his boat was capsiza in a and he himself drawn down ward into irTiat seemed to be a bottomless Ho finally came to the surface fifty feet from where he wont and was rescued by his Cost of the Service Pension WASHINGTON March commissioner answer to an inquiry by Chairman of the houso Invalid pension as to what the probable cost of the passage of what is known 03 the Eorvioa pension stated that the to tal number of survivors now on the pension roll is given as and the number nol on the rolls as The estimates the cost of tho proposed pension service for the fiscal year 1891 would tie Wan Tracys HOUHO Sot Aflro WASHINGTON is ru mored that Bridget a trusted old servant in the Tracy has con fessed to setting tho fire that burned up tho secretarys home and killed his wifa anu The police authorities state that there is absolutely no truth in tho story that Bridge Sweeney had confessed to having caused the recent fire at Secretary Tracys Wool MunufncturiTs March meeting ol wool manufacturers whoao proclivities are toward free trade was held in this Al though ostensibly the object of the gather ing was to form an organization to advance ad valorem duties on the it was very considerably broadened and the outcome as officially given out is a square declaration for free and more tlian for free trado in all raw A Doctor In n Bad March coro ners jury in tho cose of Clara who on her deathbed last Sunday charged of this with having performed a criminal operation which caused her has returned a verdict charging the doctor with Reid is under bonds of and baa engaged of to con duet his Forty Thousand on March thousand fac tory hands at Catalonia have gono on a The leaders of tho strikers and the factory owners aro conferring with a view to reaching a There has been no March strike here is assuming serious Already workmen have quit Cord I n ill Will March with his John loft Baltimore at for Milwaukee to attend the funeral of Arch bishop Hess on The cardinal was invited to preach tho but preferring that one of the other prelates ehould perform that Illg Money for WASHINGTON March senate has passed bills appropriating for the Improvement of St Marys river Michi and for the improvement of Hay lake channel The Liverpool March race for the Liverpool spring cup of 800 sovereigns at the Liverpool spring mooting was won by AblngtonV 5ycnrold boy borso Father Con Mew Bank WASHINOTON March Boonton National of capital has been authorized to begin A Iuvoniiilti liuport on WABIUNOTON March house committee on merchant marina and fisheries has authorized a favorabb report on tho bill lu the house by Furquhar of New York known us the subsidy bill to place the American merchant marine engaged lu the lorolgn trade upon an equality with that of other Dnoltloil for tilt H WAHIIINUTON Murcli con touted election cases of WuddollWlso from tho Third Virginia and McDulI Turpln fur tliiT Fourth Alabama wero decided by tho bound committee on In favor of tho both Hupubll Ufttllt lllUZO Ut March flooloolt lu the momlug an electric light wire set lire to llvuutory elevator of tho John Keuffwaii Milling onTwoutyflnt street and Missouri Pacific The flumei wore noon bayoud tho control of the firemen and quickly unread from the eleva tor to tho Thure were bushels of wheat In all of which was wore working In tuti uillU and uluvuior when tho Ire broke Mtiny Imil imirow but all got out in 1liu factory of the Walter Wuiul won ilumiiKud to tho ex tent of uovorul thousand dollars by wuttn and Tba elevator niul mid nmcliluttry and HUiuk on baud wuiu worth Tho whole U a total but wvurodby I RESPONSIBLE A Llvelj Rom In tho Lower House of tha Maryland March high license bill kept tho houso in session all owing to the tactics of the I Tbe licenso fro was fixed at Tho foe fixed by the senate is A call for the j previous question on n motion to substitute iho clerk of the court of common plensof Baltimore as the oflioor to issue 11 instead of the police board con verted the houso and lobbies Into some thing like n Delegate charged tho minority WTO trying to kill the bill and Delegate of howled back Tho statement is false and I am respon sible out silo of tho houso for that lan TlMexcitement was so great that further business was impossible and tho houso was THREE MINERS A Fall of Hock nt Clilrlicn the March Five Fin nish names were caugh by a cavein at tho Prince of Wales near Tbe timbers gave way and let down tons of ore and rook upon Two of the mon utcuped with bad hruiK but their three comrades aro still beneath the fallen A large forcj is at work digging out the There is no proba bility that they aro still Tho Prince of Wales is one of tho mines recently bought by the Schleslugor and is one of the most productive in this district Afraid to Face the BAY March recorder of West Bay has been missing since A letter received by George one of his explains his It was written in West Bay City on the 20tk and mailed from Ho inclosed a chat tel mortgage on his household a deoJ of his real which is nnd sent the combination to the safe in his of saying he was short in his accounts and did not want to face the It is not thought he is heavily indebted to tho Ho was an one and was elected two years Pleading for March great tariff debate was resumed Friday after noon by After denouncing the government for increasing he declared for unrestricted reciprocity with the United he was the policy of the Liberal Freedom of trade between both countries would aJoao remedy John Charltcu Lib eral urged the adoption of a policy of closer trado Ho said be had no faith in the prediction thut unrestricted reciprocity meant McUonuldH March divorced wife of after various trials and tribulations and an of eight has returned to Her avowed rea son for returning was not to see her former but she decliired she was drawn by motherly instincts and affliction to the side of her young wuim sho deserted for the priest Moysant sonio lime and for which McDonald iecently secured a Claims She In Mother March of who has been nt tho Heokmun ito convention asserts thut she Is Eve come to life Shu talks noirly as lucidly upon thut theory us tlooa Schwcin furth upon his claim of being denounces her as un Rogers has returned to Chicago still convinced that she IB the mother of the whole human Ulll Tust Iho March agmit in Norfolk was arrested for vio lating the state law In otter Ing for Bale meat that hud not bwii His counsel was in the city and obtainoi his release from Judge of tho United States district on a writ of habeas corpus returnable next A test of tho constitution ality of the iuw will bo A Virginia Town March special dispatch to Thu Sun states that tho town of Mitchells about ton miles from was almost totally destroyed by It started In the and tho heavy gale at the time quickly curried the flumes to the Virginia Midland railroad depot and the nouses round about Insurance Arrest of u Gurtuan March tbi capital of the department of the a German spy has been Papers evidencing ho existence of a complete plan for tho ob servation and Investigation by Germany of the French defensive works along the TrancoQorumn frontier wtro taken from iis Mmliluned by IoUoiioun Murcli A bis wife and our children living In Union In thin have gono suddenly it Is bo from poisonous Neighbors ound the mother roasting her baby slowly o death and the rest of the family dancing around tlu The child wus ivscued just Karllirjtuiki Sliutik In Notv N Maich A shock f uu wun distinctly felt shortly iftor Idiicloik ut Most of the jieo Building Lots Corner Main and for Eighth and Ninth and Bluff two each for Alton Fifth XZi@rhlstzi.c5L 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 DEALER IN WILL BE FOUND LOWERConsidering Qualities and Styles Than in any other house in In consequonco of tlie GREAT EXTENT of our SALES wo arc enabled to do Business on a VERY CLOSE MARGIN and it is a reb ognized fact that wo handle by far LARGER QUANTITIES OF THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE WHENEVER AND WHEREVER YOU SEE THIS 00 KINDS AKD Slitb rnnu till n FROM TRADE MARK UPON A STOVE OR RANGE YOU MAY BE CERTAIN That it IB tho VERY BEST article that can be had for the price Third Opposite SEE OUR NICE LINE OP MOST COMPLETE LINE IN THE in It won i iilili vuy nlibihly noticed though brief ruml K und mo ntiticialilu in Kuvtiul uur Slrlilon March Oovor ior Hill Thursday nfuinuxm appointed G n Duntul Klcklua iluiilt of the ity and county of Now vlcj Jamas resigned Thruv Men Iluniud to March A train of hirtyuight jars loudixl with pvtioluum uught fire near Butouinund was fhnv train lmmln ivui j uurrux o Lutheran Church March fire Huppowd o be of Incendiary origin occurmi at Gor on Friday destroying tho Lutheran hurch and tvcturu causing o loot of Thp tlly f IBilH Jl ity 1aii ruin York lor Livur piiutitd Fiinni t ut ucimlt Kit lay Hiiiiilij lo Null lor March Henry Wan loy will hail iruto here tui 12 oil April I urn now receiving n largo and vario1 stoek of in ftJl prevailing for Spring which I uiu pictured to up la tile GUARANTEEING A Perfect Fit Reasonable Rates and Complete 112 Third 100102 Knst Second AUKN IS KOlt Flrebacks Warranted Five M8AI QAaOUNti STUVtiU Boutina Low   

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