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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - March 31, 1890, Alton, Illinois VOLUME 20. Dr. J. W. Enos’ Sanitarium, ALTON, ILL. nu KNOB announce* that he ha* establiHhed in a building purchaeed for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL. Hi* experience during many year* has convinced him that all disease* can be managed more nuooe**fully in an institution of this kind, under tbs eooatent supervision of the physician, and with the aid of means not other' »!*• at command, than when the patients arc seen by their medical advisers u in terr a1* of several hour* or dave. The position of the SANITARIUM Is high, and the surrounding are free from all noxious influences. It is readily reached by the Seoond street horse •sis, and is near the Union Depot. Tbs building is large, and arrangements are as perfect as is possible from a knowledge of namtary science and the requirements of such an institution. Electricity In all its forms; Oxygen and its compounds; Baths, Douches, Kawage, Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided as may be required by pa* gents, in addition to such other treatment as may be deemed advisable. A LARGE SOLARIUM for Bon Baths and exercise in cold and Inclement weather, etc., is provided. Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and receives his ta*) personal attention. Now Open POR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS. For further information address Dr. ENOS at tho SANITARIUM, corner of George and Third its., Alton, III. Children Cry for Pitcher’s Castorla. -THE CELEBRATED ickson Corset And Waist Combined. —HAS— D EQUAL FOR HEALTH, GRACE AND FIT. Priced and 81.25, !RY LADY SHOULD HAYE ONE. NEW STYLES AND FABRICS IN noons. CHH for Heil aud Bois, Milliner^ * Bools id Shoes. Bals sod Caps. EXCEEDED BY None in Quality and Price. W. A. —AT THE - Globe. Alton. Call and See Us TO RAISE THE A Thousand STARS AKO STRIPES. Cal lr* for to A Ghastly Discovery Made at Leavenworth, Kau. PRO JA BLY A CASE OF WIFE-MURDER. Til** DfcUMUlbuvufi and Dior m Im » »• I rd Hotly of a Woman round la th* Klvnt bj Two liny#- I Ii.. |; ltrn i or tar Ilrlal-ration of Trrn.nrrr Archer so Tar Ola* Ct-TI.rod A anonol, to • I ST,OOO—Whole* ■air Mardrr Alt.-uijit, ,|. Lex VEN WORTH, Kau , March 81.—Ab unusually horrif ic affair wa. uncovered brrr by tbs discovery In tho Misoouri Antica Nm (Hi th* Job. PtTTRSi no, Pa., March 81.—Tho Nentor Onlor of American Mechanic* have callat! for 1,000 armed men to astint thorn in placing tlw* American flag on Ute public achoo! bouw at Mucklvrat, a small mining town In Bterritt township, this county. The mechanic* attempted to raine the flag, but were met at the entrance to the school yard \tf a mob of foreign th. who ref use. I to allow the flag to be (dared on the building. Tin- mechanics returned, and after reporting tile matter to their council a circular wa* uuued calling for 1,00) armed men to me that the flag was (dared on the building. two boys, who were out in a small boat, of the l)*memfared and disemboweled body of a woman. Ti** legs had been cut off, while a bullet wound on the left side of the head, ju*t In-hind the car, showed how churly d alb had c me in the fliwt place. A German painter nam <1 John Mcttman had reported to the polio* last Monday that hi* wife Julia had di «pp ar<«l tho evening before. John VI eft-ne n, Jr., a fireman on the Rook fa and railroad, wan Mint for. Urn identified the fa sly a* that of his mother After a ■earch a gunny sack wa* found some die-bi nee from the place where the body wa* discovered, containing one of the legs of the deed woman, the heart and iuteatiuea, but the other leg is still miming. The l ast Neva of the Woman. News of tile Anding of the remains of hi* wife were conveyed to Maumau, but he showed no sign of interest. He had stated that hk wife hail ae wed 8440 in the lining of b< r dress when she disappeared, but no trace of the money was discovered. When tbs Pound Insane In* the Woods. KaihsjKLD, Iowa, March et—For three river by I sr four days (ast a well-dressed stranger has been wandering about through the woods on Cedar creek near this city. His peculiar motion* mat It* it apparent that be wa* out of his ml IX I, and the neighborhood being somewhat alarmed information was flied. lie wa* brought before the insane commission here and was found to Iv insane, and will be sent to the insane asylum at Mount Pleasant Papers found cm hit person showed him to be F. P. Lynch, of Detroit, Mich. His dram, together with money and papers im his person, showed him to be well-to-do. An Bsperienee la a Whirlpool. Denver, Colo,, March31.—Lieut. Blanton has returned from hie survey of the Grand canon, having teen the second man to make the perilous trip He says a railroad through the canon is entirely practicable. Between the head of the Colorado river and the aud of the Grand canon be passed over 530 rapids, sud in one of them his boat wa* capellet! in a whirlpool, and be himself drawn downward Into what seemed to be a bottomless IX, I lr.. h.ii I,.,I .'.lh, »k A , H* Anally came to the surface fifty b ?l ^ £? VirlV * ^ r ~ l f"* wbw * »* went down, and wL daughter the affair began to take on a dlf- <i bv hi* rn,,,. fecent n«|mct. The girl said ber father and mother had some time ago agreed to separate but bm! sultan!neatly made it up On Bunday afternoon at afaint ft oY ock the mother went to a neighbor’* house lo make a \ Ut, sud left there about So'clock, saying she intended to go borne. That was the hut seen of ber alive. Theory of the Pallet-. A careful s*;ireb of the premises showed a trail of blood on the sidewalk opposite th* house. It hi the theory of the police that the wife wee killed by the husband nu Bunday mgnt and tike boily concealed until Thursday night, when it wa* cut to place*, planed in the gunny sack and under the cover of tie* heavy storm which prevailed, carri <vl to the river and thrown in. TREASURER ARCHER S STEALINGS. They Feet Pp SI ■J 7.UOO, awd May He ach a Larger aum. Ann Alnus, Md., March it.—The Joint committee appointed by the legislature to examine tho account# of Treasurer Archer visited Baltimore Friday and opened the box, k<-pt by Mr. Archer in the Bate Deport company, containing the state’s securities. lh- committee made their report at night to both h- use*. Their examination of the eecuiities showed a defalcation of ft 127,OMO, not including coup nu on come of the bond* not aeoxuated for. There ware missing from the treasurer’* box ftW,(MO of Wnit Virginia Central bonds, ft 17,Oui) of Frederick City bonds, ft87.<> w of Baltimore and Ohio air trust faul ts, 88,00) of Piedmont and Cumberland railroad bonds and fbi,IMM) of treasury relief bond* Ills tai.illy Hear the Mews. H»Slidell, the home of State Treasurer Archer, is in r. lased condition. His daughter Stella ha* hen informed of the wrong' doing of bor father. Btu wa- precipitated into such a state of net you* prostration that it Wilt late ut night before the gravest oou-xhj c-uces cou.d be averted. The acta of Arc <-t w.-re la tor made known to Mrs. Archer. Bn.- keenly felt the blow. Archer'* r id and personal pr iperty is lawswd st 8UK,(Kn. Th*- i< md it ion of the trust estates which Archer had in charg> hi not known, but the p---p i- interested are moving in the matter. The box in the trust deposit company la which the state's securities were kept was I 'md in tile greatest disorder and confusion Negotiable fa md*, canceled bonds, and insurance bond* were scattered alout__ astride et a Wiscon ut a Farmer. Ashland, Wk, March BL— A ghastly Muu-i-ie hi reported from the little village of Centra John Hr hi im, a well-to-do farmer, ■bot hint* lf while temporarily deranged. lie forced hi* wife to bring him bis gun by threatening to kill .bolk her and her daughter un We* -he > > oeyed him. Kbe and lier daughter tfa-ii ran out of the house, fearing that he would kill thrill any way. Boon after tho heard the explosion af the gun and upon returning found tbs suicide prone npon the bel. weltering in gore, with his brains spat trnd ov. r the walla Th* suicide had loaded both barrels, corked both locks, tied a string to tot ii trigger*, and t turn resting the (aussie against hi* tor- ii- -id bud Ar i the gun with hts faeL allot a Murglar Dead. New Yoke. Mar. h 31.- Abraham Marks, a tailor, dot g burin as at ISA East Fifteenth street, at an early hour in the morning dis. coY.-rsd a burglar trying to gain an sn-trance to his shop. The burglar had forced open a window in the rear of the «hop cit ae to a little room wfa-rv Mr. Mark* dept He had his head in the window when Mr. Marks Jumped front his belt, seised a revolver and shot the burglar before he had time to n rnit. The bullet entered the brain over tie- left eye an i th- thief dropped to the ground dealt He ha* not beau i ion ti-Ami Tried to Murder Hi* Family. Bf. Pa tx, Minn., March SI —A Plooaer-|*io h special from Faulkton, H. D, say*: E. K kbvrt. a resident of this county, living Aft* n mile- m»n bwest, stabbed hi* two sow* aud . ut his wile’s throat early in tit# mn*iring ll- wa- unler bowls to answer the charge at attempt to kill a neighbor a week •go, ami bi* family t#atifl*d again*t bim at th** preliminary ex vin Meat kl He t wa ped from th sh. riff and attempted to k. I ilia family, u'toi winch he Bel The injured Still live. „ A Barih (arolla* Hanging. lima MU, N C , March 81.--James P. Davis wxs hanged hen* is th* pr.sMce of 4 HOO spectators for the murder of John Horton, rn young farmer, in November last. He confr*** i in- crime,Sin I further -lated that bi* real nam- wa* Hhackf-.nl, an*I that ebb* Hi >*>K in Bu th Carolina savarai years ago he had muntered his six cbildreo. mppiM*d to Stave ((wielded. (Ill C'O, Marc.. Hi -ll.. Mat Ile Ba. od, a ban i-mn sn I w«w. bv y« u g lad) fn»aB Nil**, Mi h, ha* disappeared mal bn* bourdis? hon*-, in thi* city un tor circum* stance- which .it X at* sa ai la Mareae* • tenth- Im* just fo! .-wad N iv York in tho urge' ixttue, of a rn.val I. it! Bo t of th* voluot <-r in’lltl.i Cest of lh* Nervier Pen. I on Bill. Washington Cite, March db—Pension rotnnihisioaer Hsu rn in answer to an inquiry by fhairman Morrill, of th* house invalid liemdoa committee, as to what the probable cost of th. passage of what is known as the servhv (tension bill, stated that the total number of survivors now on the pension roll is given as DTH, KM, and the number not on the rafts as 872,978. Th* estimates tbs cost of tbs proposed pension service for the fiscal year I NKI would Ie- ftPJ.fags,MPJ. Wa* Tracy'* How*# Met A Aret IV ashing tv th (.Yrr, March 81.—It is rumored that Bridget Hweeney, a trusted old servant in th* Tracy household, ha* con- feesed to setting the Are that burned up the -ecretary’a home and killed hi* wife an i daughter. The police authorities state that there is absolutely no truth in the story that Bridget Hweeney had contested to having caused th* recent Are at B cretary Tracy’* bouse Weal Manufacturer* Meet. Boston, Mass, March 81.—A meeting of wool manufacturers whose proclivities are toward free trade wa* held in this city. Although ostensibly the object of the gathering was to form an organisation to advance ad valorem duties on the staple, it wa very considerably broadened and the outcome a* officially given out ie a square declaration for free wool, and mon* luau that, fur free trade in all raw material*. A Doctor in a Had Ho*. Davenport, la, March Si, —Tbs coroner's jury in the case of Clara Matthews, who on her deathbed last Hunday charged IT. J. A. ll id, of this city, with tun ing performed a criminal operation which caused her das h, has returned a verdict charging th# doctor with manslaughter. Dr Reid i» under bonds of 85,00) and ba* engaged W. A. Foster, of Chicago, to conduct his defense Forty Thousand on strike. Madrid, March 81.— Forty thousand factory hands at Catalonia have gone on a strike. The leaders of the strikers and the factory owners are conferring with a view to reaching a settlement. There has been no distur tunes. Ba He EU) na, March 81.—Th* strike here ie assuming serious proportion* Already 18,00t) workmen have quit wark. Cardinal Gibbons Will Attend. Baltimore, Md, March SU—Cardinal Gibbons, with hk secretary, Rev. John T. Whelan, loft Baltimore at 10:15 a rn., for Milwaukee to attend the funeral af Archbishop Hess on Tuesday. The cardinal was Invited to preach the sermon, but declined, preferring that one of the other prelates should perform that service. HIC Motley fur Michigan. Washington OTT, March SI—Tbs sen a ta has passed bills appropriating 88,T8h,UGn for the improvement of Bt. Marys river Mich!-, aud 81,tFd,OOO for the improvement of lake channel Michigan. fu, Th* Id very eel Cay. IdVSRTooL, March 81 —Tbs race for the Liverpool spring cup of 8U0 sovereigns at the Liverpool spring meeting was won by Mr. A bing) a - Vyear-oid lay boras Father Confessor. _____ Mew Bank Authorised. Washington emf, March SI. — The Boonton National bank. of Boonton, .1 J., capital ftVU.OUU, has bren authorised to begin business ___ A r avaram* Mayer! vs Subsidies. Washington Citt. March ll.—The house committee on merchant marina and flsharias ha* authorised a favors!*! * report on the UU introduced in th# bourn by Farquhar iff New York (known aa the subsidy bill) to place the American merchant marine engaged in the foreign trad* upon aa equality with that of other countries. Derided for the He publicans. W ANIM NOTON (’ITT, March II.— 1 The con tarted election ca*-. of Waddell-Wias from the Third Virginia district, and McDuff-Turpin for the Fourth Alabama district, ware decided by the bourn committee ou si-ct ion. in favor of the contestants, both Republi anv Great Mis*# at Bt. Lasts. Bt. Lu rn, Ma, March 8L-Ai « o aku* in th* morning an eiectrtc light wire eK fir* to the Av*-story elevator of th* John W, Kauffman Milling company, cm Twenty-first street sod Missouri Pacific railroad, Th* flotm-e were seem beyond th*, control of the firemen and quickly spread from th* clava tor to th* mi.ie adjoining. Thera were AO,jut bushels at wheat in th^^muttor, all of which nae damroywi Bist) • J w .re working! in th* nubs and «.crater when lh# Ar* bruke out. Many had narrow recap#* but all got out in sal ty. The factowy off th* Waiter A. Wood Reaper Lo., was damaged to the extent of several thou** id dollars by eater and fl tm -a Th- elevator an I mills (mat •AA),im*, and machinery and stock on hand were worth 8*0,000. The whole is a total loss, but covered by insurer ce. A Lively Row In the Lower Hens* of th* Maryland legislature. Annapolis, Md., March 81.—The high license MU kept the house in session all night, owing to the tactics of the minority. The Keen*# fie wa* fixed at 8400. The fee Axal by the senate is ftOfa). A call for the previous question on a motion to substitute the clerk of the court of common pleas of Baltimore as the officer to issue Ii-c 'oms in stoa I of the police board converted the bouse sad I .hides into something like a mob IM.-gate ('Art >r charged th.* minority a re trying to kill the bill and Delegate Fitzgerald, of Baltimore, howled back: “The statement Is false and I am responsible outsit* of the bouse for that las-guana,” The exciton! ut wa* so great that further budm-** was imp*#.-lh * and the bourn was adjourned THREE MINERS ENTOMBED. A Fall st Rock at Negaunee, Mleh., Calche* the Mea. Ma agr ETTS, Midi., March Hi—five Finnish lunier*, us in.-* unknown, were (-aught by a rave-in at the Prince of Wales mine, near Negaunee. The timbers gave way and let down tom of ore and rock upon them. Two of the men roc-i ped wit), tml tiro is**, but their three comrade* are still beneath the fallsn maaa A large fore ■ is at work digging out the victim*. There is no probability that they are still aliva Th# Prince of Wake is one of the mines recently belight by the Beblednger syndicate, mid is one of the rnoet productive in this district. Afraid to Face th# Music. Bat City, Mtoh., March 81.—'William Htewart, rsoorder of Want Bay City, has been missing ainee Wednesday. A letter received by Georgs A. Allen, one of his bondsmen, explains bis absence. It was written in West Bay City un the 36th and mailed from Windsor H« tach wed a chattel mortgage on bis household goods, a deed of his real estate, which is mortgaged, and *eut tbs combination to the safe in hi* office, saying bs wa* short in bls accounts and did not want to face th# music. It is not thought bs is heavily indebted to th# city. He was sn ex-soldier, with one leg, sud was elected t wo years ago Fie od I ag for Her I pre# tty, Ottawa, Gut., Mardi 81 The great tariff debate was resumed Friday afternoon by Mr. Patterson. Atter denouncing the government fur increasing taxation, ha declared fur unrestricted reciprocity with th* United Blat.a This, be said, was tbs policy of lbs liberal party. Freedom of trade between both countries would s»o.m remedy matter*. Mr. John Charlton (Liberal) urged (be adopt Kid of a ut cy of closer trail# re is ti. xxv. ll# said In ha I bo faith in the prediction that unrestricted tocipr. city meant annex st ion. Building Lots lox* MIR# M. Honalo'* Wire. Chicago, March NL—Tho divorced wife of M C. McDonald, after various trials and tribulation* aud an absence of eight in mths, has returned hi Chicago Her avowed reason for re urn lag was not to see her former hii«l<and, but she declared uh# was drawn by motherly instincts aud affectum to th# side of her young children, sh un shrn deserted fur lite priest Mot* tnt SOHI - lim# ago, and for which ndv#ti tire Mel) maid recently secured a divorce, Claim- Rite I* Mother ICve. Rock FORD. Ilia, March NI. —Mr-. Rogers, cf Chicago, who ha* Ue-ti at th# Bm-k mantle convention here, a .-a#rte th vt she is Eve coom to life again Bb# talks nearly na lucidly upon that theory a* durn K b a.-in furth upon bi* claim of being ( hr st. ll-, however, denounce* ber aa an imposter. Mrs. Rogers ha* returned to Chicago ut til convinced that she is th* mother of the whole human race. Will Teal the Law. Richmond, Va, March SI. —Armour A Ca** agent in Norfolk wa* arrested for violating the state law in offering for sale meat that had not fa—n In*(xxted Hit counsel was in lh# city and obtain* I his refaamfruoi Judge Hug.-es, at the United State* district court, db a writ at habeas corpus returnable next Ttewday A teat of the constitution ality of the law will ha made. A Virginia Teen Hunted. Balu a.,ha, March SI.— A ape. tai dispatch to The Hun states that I fat town of Mitchells Station, about ten miles from Culpepper, Va, wa* almost totally destroyed by Are. It started in th* saw mill, and the heavy gal* at th# time quickly carried th# flame* to tim Virginia Midland railroad depot and th* bouse* round about. Insurance trifling. Arrest af a Genoa* Spy. Paris, March SI.—At Kpmal. th# capital of th* department of the Voog#*, a German spy ha* tew arrested. Papers evidencing lh# rxUtenc# at a complete plan for th# observation and investigation by Germany of th* French defensive work* along the Fraaco-Gertaaa frontier w»rv taken from hts persia __ Maddened by Falseness Beata Coke, March NL—A farmer, bu wife and four children living in Uuknb Hail, in this county, hare gone to,bienly mad, it is believed, from pUsonuiM roots. Neighbors found the mother roasting her baby slowly to death and th# rest of Ute family dancing around the rim Th# child wa* rescued just alive, Kartbuaak# febeek la Hew Hampshire. C'obtoo- GOK. N H , Match SI.—A shock at an cai tbqu-ik# wa* distinctly felt shortly aft*! IO «< clock at night. M<»t id the pao-ple wet# rn bel and v-iy scnsibiy noticed thepo-iiiv# though brie! rum, fa aud molten. It wa* ahi i rn tumble rn several ear rmmduig iowa* Gee. Nick lev Hut reed- t lark. ALU a > I , N \ . Mardi SI, — Giver uor Hill TburwU\ afteruooa appointed Ma J Ga Dan bd E Hi ck im -hrriff of tim city and county at New York, vie.? Jams* Flack, resigned Three Mew Gullied to Death. Br. Pm nu, si MG, March 81— A tram of thirty-eight ar* loaded with petroleum (aught Art- neat Ba uhuh and wa* completely rtsslrrij sil TUrm tram bauds wet j burned to death. _ L«l lier a a C hun Ii Mu reed Ashland. Pa. March St—A Rn supposed to he of hsceodutry origin occurred at Got* don Friday night, destroying the Lutheran charet) and ice cur# bali, eau ting a lam of I IVOO. ____ The City of Faria her*. QVKI XsTuW E M. reb 81 -Ti# et# unship City of purl . I roto Nee York lor Livsr-pool, pause I Fmiyt st a ti c# ck Ha ur lay atomiug __ “tenter Ie Nail tor England. ('Alfa>, March 81,—Mr. Henry M. Hten-Wy will smI inns bere tor E guind on April 7. Corner Main and Dry, 150x120, for $500. Eighth and Market, 60x120, - - - - $460 Ninth and Market, 50x100,.....$350. Bluff Street, two lots, each for $150. Alton st-, bet, Fifth & Sixth, 60x120, $500. Highland Parlt. One Hundred Lots ranging in size from fifty feet front to one hundred feet and thirtylfront, all yery deep, Frioes from $50 to$500, on terms to suit purchasers. One of the nicest residence plats in Alton. Over IOO Houses and Lots in different parts of the cify. Call and see list. Dorsey & Mal, I Bi street. A. J. HOWELL DKALEB IN CARPETS, CURTAINS, OIL CLOTHS. RUGS, Ac. Our Prices WILL BK FOUND LOWER-Considering Qualities and Styles- Than in auv other house in Alton. In contMuoMa of lilt OBE AT BXT KWT <f our SALES we are enabled to do Bum nee a on a VKHY CLOSE MARGIN and it la a rec-ognized fact that we bandle bv far LARGER QUANTITIES OF GOODS TUAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE CITY. WHENEVER AND WHEREVER YOU SKK THIS Cir , XI I IDJ AKP yptb a awa Vik , I Al a *"Uj aw III ll) A WNm*Mf Mon lute jrtfSi I HADE MARK CHON A STOVE OR RANGE YOU MAY BK CERTAIN That It ie the VERY BEST artic'.# that can ba had for the price asked. A. L. FLOSS, Third Mt, Opposite Belle, BEE OUR NICE UNB OF G-ranite Ware MOST COMPLETE UNK IN TUE (TTY. .iii S I am DGW receiving a large and vade I stock of Cle th*, in ail tfce prevailing allude*, for 2>|>riug Suite, which I am piepared to rnaka up la the Most aehionable tvles, GUARANTEEING A Perfect Fit Reasonable Rates and Complete Satisfaction. H C. G. Moritz, 112 Third st. H. A. H0FFBARM. \o KNL-102 Kit ill Kl cond Hi. IMH JI AGKN re IOU Molitor andSBperiorJ.'oVi Firebacks Warranted to Last Five Year*. “QUACK At HAV' (J AX ULI SA UTU VK ti. Hogjag, ihUUriny, of Atwo
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