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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - April 8, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON DAILY TUESDAY APRIL 252 Enos KNOS 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 can bo 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 thoir medical advisers at 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 a knowledge of sanitary science and the requirements of such an Electricity in all its forma Oxygen and its compounds are provided as may be required by pa in addition to such other treatment as may be deemed A LARGE SOLARIUM For Sun Baths and exercise in cold and inclement is Each patient is thoroughly examined by and receives hie daily personal FOE THE RECEPTION OF For further information address ENOS at the corner of George and Third THE Jackson Corset And Waist NO EQUAL FOR GRACE AND and EVERY LADY SHOULD HAVE NEW STYLES AND FABRICS IN THU INOfflAL Massachusetts Carpenters De sire a Shorter MOOiiST DEMAND OF THE Tluy lluvi lliin Working Sixteen Hours ii mid Tlilnk Hint After May i Teu Mourn Jirnd Days Worlf A limit Mnlki l Caiprnlcin nt clil Hilwoiii ttiul Moil Ortlt April Fully enrponters in will lemsiml Hint eight or nine hours constitute n days work on nmt nfliiMny Such was the report receivoil InrpcnUTH1 District council Stimlny Kncli one nf tln tiivonlyfivo ilile gales stiitoii lint Ilin union cnrpen tors in thu Ihirlysoveii towns they rcpre simUrl werepivpmvil to strike should re duction bo The nonunion carpen ters in nil towns represented in council reported to lie taking n lively interest in the eighthour regulation and they had nearly all promised to support the union carpenters in an attempt to enforce the eight Action of Otlicir At a meeting of 200 piano vnrnishore and polishers many speakers urged nil counoctod with the piano industry to movu for the establishment of an oightivour labor Bakcrs union 4 and 54 wM on May 1 de m n lid but their hours of labor be reduced from sixteen to ten per At a meeting of building laborers unions 1 and 7 held grout enthusiasm prevailed over the prospect of shortening the labor A ivpurt from tha national secretary stated that organization was growing in nil purls of North GREAT STRIKE AT Union Ciirpoiitam Wiint ft Shorter Dny unil 40 Coute Pur April and 000 cnrpontirs uro out on slrikj in The strike rriiliy begun at 12 oclock Sunday and Monday dawned not a union carponter was nt work within the city All had left their and planes and joined the movement for a shorter day und 40 cents an A great many of the nonunion men quit work out of sympathy with their union and it was claimed that most of them would join thu Carpenters Tho The striking carpenters established head quarters in tho Caledonia Washington where many of the men gathered and discussed the great They wore hopeful in the We cant lose if we stick together seemed to bo tho geuoral We are well or have plenty of money and will make a fight to thu lost said Secre tary Reports are coming in rap idly from all over the city and so far as we now know there is not a union c arpenter at In building operations have been pructlcnlly H lint Secretary Johns Secretary Johns of the Master carponters said that so far as ha could toll about all the union carpenters in the city had left their Wo shall riot attempt to at once resume work with tho help of tho non union snid but vvill wait until our Thursday mootingbelorodoing anything to the Dions April of the largest manufacturers of marble in this Torroy and Puffer notified their employes that on and after June I they will pay ten hours wsjjui ior nine hours EXCEEDED BY ftone in Quality and AT THE Call und See Varied ami Jixtonslvo NEW April investigation into thu alleged frauds in connection with tho1 recent oloction in Jersey City has re sulted in thj issuance of warrants for tho of the of the election board for tho First assembly district of that Tho investigation has developed a remarka ble variety and extent of Votes were Ciust in thti name of muny persons long since or who hail moved away from ilio places mentioned in tlm nnd ballot boxes were stuffed in tha most flagrant man The Heirs of Judffu April tluiAiiiehelor uiouoy king of recently died without leaving a A young miiu who claims to bo an ille gitimate sou has put iu a claim to this of Tho heirs of fity sent Judge Gideon Wells to Montana to look after their and llui Ikirs in Now York are securing the to go out and protect their The rel atives here are two sisters of tho and thu relatives In New York a nienj and Donations AuBiegiilliiB April n meeting of thu40umil of McGill university it was announced that donation ing Imil been maile to the science and law Of a large tobacco has given und Sir president of bunk of Arrangements wuro made to place wom ens college In working and to give separate lei lures in all branches of HUH Fulfil III tin Kuuly NKW April Joseph has become a convert to Ike plulifjophy of of Koely motor 1ms been making u series of at his laboratory and his that Koely has discovered an absolutely new and wonderful force not hitherto known lu exist in nature and has found loiipply it iu n jiruclkiil ii pr at the Academy ot Natural Bclencrs and is ouu ut the foremost of IViu Villainy ut tliv April thought to bo occuriM I Hunday evening in tho room on firth of the custom liouso which 1 inwl for the of Iraw back The origin of the flrii Is u The fiiunus Worn ob served In time to prevent much dunaj to tho or f Incen tin Hie miiHt Imvo IMJUII to Jostrny lie the b illL of in ruportwl from u hnurm Unit the of UK wirgeantalitnns of lliu honso ot why ubiicondifii with ibout belongliiK nwuiUew of tha uapturwi by a private ila from A O BLOODY FIGHT IN NEW Hennlls In iirrnl Ovur tliu Iluy with Knlfo nnd NEW April n quarrel at 52 Cherry caused by MIUIO of tho oc of the tftnement refusing to con tribute money for tho which was being rushed by two notorious characters iinmcd tevoral persons word nut John nn old will probably dij from his The Curtins hud mado a gen eral attack on the an I with n tried to drive Ihom They wnsUd his olub from boat him and also stabbed him with n Jiiim9 LAW Sloans son inlaw was stabbed nine while trying to defend the old Sloan nnd Mary Drlscoll wre slightly Curtin brothers wora captured by officers after a long chase over thi Sloan is thought to be dying at thu hospi mid Law Ion is very THE WOUND PROVED Uonth of Senator Glllhnm nt Upper BT April Gillham died his homo in Upper The of March 17 his residence was broken into by n Mr Olllhain was seeing a man leave his bed jumped up and ursuect at the same time commanding the intruder to He had almost reached thu man at tho door leading into the hull when the burglar darted under the stairway that leads from the front door to tho rooms and as ho gained this point of vantage ho called twice to GUI hum to stand back to which no attention was The burglar quickly drew a revolver and but missed his Gillham rushed at his who fired point blank at the bullet en tering tho left breast just below the nipple and almost on a lino with the apex of tho The burglar made bis CHILDREN MADE Interesting Figures Concerning Pension MJOUT NAMES ON THE They Indulge In hu the White House WASHINGTON April White House grounds presanted a dccidudly pictur esque appearance tho occasion be ing the annual gathering there ef tho chil dren of the district for tho purpose of egg The entire grounds back of the mansion turned over to the children and several thousand spent a portion of the day They wore of all classes and firoin the colored picauniny in ragis lo pampered child of They all placed together on nnd made a bright and animated president stopped occasionally iu his won to look at them and co enjoy the During the afternoon tho occasion was enlivened by the presence of the Ma rine which was ordered out by tho president for tho special benefit of tho chil More Outrages In April churches have been pillaged and Christian residents Insulted by Turkish soldiers iu the province of Acting on tho inter vention of the foreign diplomatic repre the Ohakir has ordered a mixed commission to investigate the The commission thus ap pointed will report on the extent of tho injurios and abuses complained and the Turks will bo ob iged to compensate their for their Fourteen Horses April horgee were t urned to death In Morses livery stable at 011 West Madison and six others are in such a condition that they will have to be About eighty animals were In the build ing at the time of the broakius out of tha and it was with great difficulty thai ihe lers succeeded In getting any of tiiij burses to leave ibs I2lgbt ve hicles also destroyed and the damage will amount to over The property WHS not Still a April shooting of Conductor Alnsworth at is still a the only adult eyewitness to the in an Inter view said that tlie facts are being scoret for the purpono of proving the shooting to be nccidental BO that her bug band can collect the amount of the accident insurance policy which ho Tho theory that husband und wife quarreled is growing in tSonsutluiril developments are ex pected within n day or Knlluru uf Nnw York NKW April announcement has just made that George Sistare have A defalcation in their Philadelphia oflleo is said to have boon the Dougliui manager of the Phila delphia olllov of Bistare was found to lie short Hlllger died ibid nnd tho Detroit defaluatiou of Stuuton for a ftw yearn caused t ho liolr to April Secretary of Htuto llerinuim Stockenstroni has re ceived a communication from thu SwedUb minister of the Interior informing him of his to the title and entire estate of his Count who died Inbt month in Tim estate is valued at Slockoustrom will salt lor Beniidinnvi t May 1 to claim his In They ICcoclve mt AVVIUKI of Per Wcro Soldiers In Din In I on A i nml Are lint Now Oilglinil Coiuliii in At tVmlliiK In the PttiMlim AVASIUNOTUN April a talk with llHiim about the business of the pension office he estimated that there were in the Union army during file war of the of whom or now Uf the living and the widows of the dead there are uow on the pension rolls th uams of These ro ceivo an average pension of a The first year n pension is grant pd thj amount is much bo OREKN cause of due or accrued average of for each pension Thorn are uow pend ing Iu the pension office undisposed ot 000 claims for original pensions for for and crease of making u for an in total of Fiill linvUwuiii lludiiifli u April ii Botsford fulntud nnrt fell backward through the secondstory window iu the Monoton mid Hustalnvd inknial InjurUu which re sulted in He was It years of unit the ploneor member of ftnyul Arch Masons txjIongliiK Uriliu lodge bearing bU A ut April The North ivotorn Iron which occupies nn of two mid n half nnd wnn dunmuod to the extent uf ut 8 oclock In the The plant was valued at on which there wim Want No IMlly nil III April commlt mittix rupresentlng hu nhoi and leather manufacturers of thU country uppearwl bo fore thu wuys and means cixiiiuiiui 8tiir day and that tho from Uin taritf bill the plurlng thu dutiable list Aniiflitir Iliiiitylviiiiln Iniimir April u IUH ling fiirnur f hus inido au for thw bouofltol Few Original Claims Coming Since the 1st of January last cases have been disposed and on the 1st o May Kaum intends to have every in which the evidence is complete disposed either by granting a pension or rejecting Comparatively few original claims are com ing iu and after that date the commis sioner thinks tho oflics will keep pace with new It is not probable that the dependent bill which was passed by the senate the other day will bocomi a but ths Morrill bill reported from the housu on pensions will be substituted far The dependent pension bill gives a pension of a month to every old soldier who is dependent upon charity or the port of his and is considered to offer a premium upon pauperism and Thu Morrill The Morrill bill takes out tho dependent nnd instead of granting a pension to those who are dependent gives a month to every old soldier who is laboring under any physical whether that dis ability was contracted iu the service or This bill IB based upon tha principle that an old soldier who is disabled id ontitUl to a pension from the Raum estimates that this bill will cost annually at ami will increase rapidly as tho yours go The Veterans Will Die Placing 02 yearn as tho age of dependence or disability he estimates that cases will be granted in the flrst year cases In cases in and so on until when the increase will reach OOOfor that In 1908 every soldier who was iu the late war with a fow excep tions of drummer boys will bo 03 years of age or over and entitled to this Then the old veterans will begin to die according to the law of averages within tho first six years will die within twelve years within eighteen years will and iu twentyfive years from now the sold lers of the war of the re bellion will Ix as scarce as the soldiers of the great Thu Chicago rolnonliitf April Coroner Sev erson swore la a jury Monday morning to determine the cause ot death of and who were poisoned Friday night at thoir Ow ing to the Incom pleteness of police Investigation the inquest was postponed to April An nualys is of the corn which It In thought may inive contained arBonio and tho examination of tho victinifi stomachs will have been made by that The servant who is accused of the tins boon but tells so many conflicting stories in such n strange way that tho iiollco Iwllevo she is She says she bought the IKIJSOU to kill horsulf ami did not administer any of it to the family IlUHtltntlon III tho Flood April cro VOBSO ut Cat Fish Point was foot wldo and increasing at lost Tho water from there reached Greenville and ii Hooding the flrst floors of Parties arriving hero by skiff from Greenwood report a sad condition of affairs in thu Sun flower Plantations are sub merged und buildings are being washed away into tho The colored people are huddled upon the cold and Many are likely to dto of exposure If aid is not Defaulter Hurke Living Iu NKW April letter from says that the defaulting oxtroasiiivr of Lousi is living in clover there under tho patronage of President burke Is still working hi mining und in re ceiving valuable assistance from the govor mcnU Hu uud Uvogan swm to understand each other and tho Major U frequently at tho government lluokud Ovur u April While Mack about and a 7year old min of of New hauling rubbish to tho Loyal Hunnu their horuo backed tho wagon In which thuy were seato 1 over thu fifty feet and they were hurled to tho bot Young Dornon was killed and Hteeli Internally The horse escaped with out much Throu Women April while u colored with throe woman In a worn fiveing from tho approaching flood In the liogus on the Georgia tho skllf commenced to before any uiuistanoo could bo rendered tha whole party went The man hail a narrow but tUu three woman were Iiiitiiiilliiry Fire ut ISity HAV April Dradley On i planing employing 160 was destroyed Hnlurdiiy ulglit by Tho fliuiixs Kjirond to lumber lillcd and coniiuniud uf tho value of fire of iiuum Uary The low on tha mill will rwuh without There WM a slight iiwunuteo Building Lots Corner Main and for Eighth and Ninth and Bluff two each for Alton Fifth 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 WHENEVER AND WERBVER YOU OVER 700 KINDS AND 8lftH FROM TO j THE OGNUINE THIS TRADE MARK UPON A STOVE OR RANGK YOU MAY BK CERTAIN tMBjihe article that can be had for tho price Third Opposite SEE OUR NICE LINE OP MOST COMPLETE LINE IN THE HOWELL DEALER IN CAltl SM OIL CLOT WILL BIS FOUND LOWERConsidering Qualities and Styles Than in nuy other house in In consequence of the GREAT EXTENT of our SALES we are enabled te do Business on a VEUY MARGIN and it la a roo oguizud fuel Unit we handle by far LARGER QUANTITIES OF GOODS THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE I am now reooivliitf a and variuil stocjcof In all tie prevailing for Spring wliioh I am prepared to muko up la UUAUANTKK1NG A Perfect Fit Reasonable Rates and Complete 100102 East Second toit Stoves to Last Five   

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