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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - April 25, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                AXTON DAILY TELEGBA F1UDAY APRIL 267 FAUJG Torrible Disaster at a Catas J Enos nn T7N09 announces that hdhas established In a building purchased for the ENOM annouUl purpoae ft 8ANITABrUM for the BOTH MEDICAL and TUB exDerience during many years has convinced him that all diseasee be manaKed more fuccessfully in an institution of this under the of the and with the aid of means not other at than when the patients are seen by their medical advisera o and the surrounding are free Iwm all noxious It is readily reached by the Second street horse are as perfect as is POBsible from a knowledge of sanitary science and the requirements of such an Heotricity in all its forms Oxygen and its compounds Baths Douches are provided as may be required by pa in addition to such other treatment as may be deemed A LARGE SOLARIUM daily personal FOR THE EBOBPTION OF For further information address ENOS at the corner of George and Third Pnorlr boim Latest and Correct Styles in VOLUNTEER FIREMEN MEET During n Ulg lllnze In tlin Unicorn Slllc tlie AVntlB nml Full DIOJI of ol tlio Crushed to lUiith IIIH OtlKts Iturncd Fntiil 1Ixplonlon In Shoes Best and Cheapest THE April large new Imllding on tho Unicorn Wlk Manufact uring company at this pnco was discovered to on flre about 0 oclock Thursday Tho nliirm vves quickly but owing to thu I bo fire which nro omnposid i f voluutoer from tho d ITtfreiit factories and mills were under the Impression thut the whistles wore merely calling them to their daily labors and did not respond until the fire had a hiudwayot about twenty Upon the arrival of tho fire engines nt tho scene there was another delay in procuring a puC lioicnt supply of By thy time tho firemen had succeeded In obtaining sufficient power to throw streams on the burning structure It was one of Caught ly Falling The heat wns but notwithstand ing this the firemen worked like beavers In tho hope of saving tho store rooms and engine While busily engaged in their efforts to check tho flames an explo sion of some vitriol and other acids stored on tho premises took The concus sion shook tho ground and shattered the Before the Bremen could retreat several of thoir number were caught by the falling walls and many others wera in urtd by the llying The fireman di rected several streams upon that part of tlie burning ruins under which thcir com panions lay and tho work of rescue s at onco The Dead and Fatnlly Up to tho following bad been taken cut John aged crushed to Ho loaves a Ho won one of the most popular young men in the Joseph an aUo crushed txj death Ulys883 aged fatally injured George fatally injured Charles skull tractured and Urrlbly will die Michael Internally cannot live AVIlliam head out William leg broken and badly burned Thomas Jamos severely burned and hit with flying injured about tho head and body George slightly injured about tUo head Poter Dor cut about the head and body by flying glass and other Spontaneous Many spectators and were injured slightly by flying Tho fire is supposed to have been caused by spontaneous combustion tn one of the pack ing At 11 tho fire was under con Tho headquarters of the company are at 8SO Green Tho total loss is placed at divided as follows and Partly TERRIFIC BOILER One Person Killed mid Two Others Madly April largo boiler at Cook and brick six miles south of this exploded Wednesday morning with terrible When th explosion occurred several boys and men wero standing about tho engine Fred an 18yearold of Henry was scalded so badly but ho died within two hours The other victims were George Baldwin aged 18 and Edward abou tho same Young KM wins injuries ur so bad that recovery is Th brick engine room was badly demolished and the throo injured lads were blowi through tho walls and lay several feet from the structure when found by tho yard la Physicians wore summoned from this city to attend their Tho cause of the accident is not Fatal Firo at April fae tory of the Sholton Comb company wo damaged by flro to the amount of Tho factory was a wooden structure and at tached to it wero three The ffoino spread and made an almost clean sweep The first building was occupied us follows Shelton Comb theXawoll Priutin company and four other firms nil are total The Housutonlo Brass company storeroom In the adjoining building was also In tho Wheeler Mrs Sheer who occupied a tenement there was badly burned mid died half an hour after taken Sovoro Cyclone in KKW The Pkayunos special says A terrlflc cyclone struck a town of 800 Inhabit ants twenty mlliw south of Tuesday Many bulIdingH wero overturned and some completely 1 ho Kyle a twostory WBH lifted from foundation and carried thirty feet without Injuring tlio Sinm fl to say no pjrson oven roportoi Farms and plantations la the track uf the itorin Kunorad A Mlmlmtll11 Town April received that flro destroyed the entire business portion of The lire U Bald I bavo been caiwod by a IUUTO cook throwing tt straw Thirtythroe houses waro destroyed aud two lives lire said to Imvw bcwu Tim victims are glvon John Doroh mid an unknown The total the lira Is with liirtunuico of April cle HSinull dwelling IIOIHK on Clmreh oceupid by William Arthur and his wile Arthur wus to while Arthur no ho will Inwii dd CKUAH April Tho eulo bratlun of Kwvuntyllrst of tho order O 1olluwH poo I rrnm in towns liuro day Tho day win buautlful ivei In thu At c A hull niiy ly lxhii ly Oiand ticolHlon of Intorcut to Tntnnt Ofneers nnil School April of tho Uouglas county circuit has ren dered a decision that Is of special Interest to truant officers and school Tho decision upholds tho compulsory education but indicate that discretion must be exercised In making an cats under Its pro A few months ago Truant Officer i William Johnson arrested the Hyoarold son of Bruce a wullknown business for and used rather harsh means to cpnipel him to go to school Cnrrlctl to thn Circuit Tlio paronis to claiming that tho boy absent from school by permis sion of his Francis caused the officer s arrest for assaults lut in the Jufc lices court tho oflltvr waj The complainant carried his cose to tho circuit court and it trioU by a The evi dence showed that the boy had attended school tho rtqu Ired sixteen weeks under tho while absent without of the Judge Hughes held the consent f tho parent answered every The Officers first Ho further hold that it was tho first duty f the ofllcer to inquire ot tho parents and ascertain if the child had leave from them bo absent from If the child wail un found to be a truant wikhoM f his and of the it TOS lawful and right to make the arrestj therwlse It was unlawful and tho officer ihould be held for assault Tho under be instructions of Judge returned verdict of guilty anii fined the officer W nd or in all The Labor Troubles in the City of AN OMINOUS PROPHECY BY A LEADER Building Lots Cuino to Boy a Printing April ft a young Methodist Episcopal misr lonary of bag arrived hero npon peculiar I said he to a to raise to buy a printing Wo want to have the Biblo ther religious books printed In the native The Hlndo priests have somehow btained Bob Ingersolls worksj and had hem translated Into the native language n ordor to convince their people that we ore We mut offsa this and need a press to do it The Long is tatlonod at The es tablished their missionaries there ton years Now thoro is a a a and an orphanage in that Rosewator Defeats April case of the State against editor of the charged with disturbing a religious came up for trial in the district court at but after the ex amination of four witnesses for tho iho prosecuting attorney dismissed the The acilon was the outcome ot a controversy with Helen of the temperance Oougar had denounced Rosewater in her and when he appeared at Tekamab and asked for a hearing in the hall where she was Gougar caused his ar rest BAN April iVTho cttit state rommlttou him dootdod Ui hold u ronvimtlim t Hucrunumto Auif l lllu nomiiatliitc uau diduufor Uouteuuut governor and otlwr Will Save Big April 26 Portland Locomotive works are constructing an on gina which it Is believed will save several millions of dollars annually to tho railroads of this This it is will reduce tho consumption of fuel by at least 20 per and altogether do away with cinders and The peculiar mechanism which produces the result Is a downward draught as opposed to the pres ent upward Now Wisconsin April Wisconsin Southern Bailroad company has filed articles of It proposeu to construct a road from where the Milwaukee and Paul has a thirty west to on tho Mississippi In Grant The capital Is 000 and the Jucorppratoni are Thomas Crofts Frederick William and all of Everett Not DBS April telegram was received by Everett fromDenver stat ing that bin Vernon who cently dlsippeared from Chicago wafi seen there Tuesday morning by Howard who formerly lived at and knew Vernon Tfco totiw chief of polico there to hold Vernon and as soon as he from him be go out He thinks Vcrnou more or less The Tariff Quentlnn In April In parliament Wednesday tbo debate on tho tariff changes was Tbo clause imposing a duty of 80 por cent on repairs mde to Canadian vessels in American parU wan The olauso prohibiting tho export of wild by foreigners was changed m to allow of their export If the foreigners owned preserves in and the deer or fowl exported wore bred on tbtae Michigan To Ilo Free Irom April auditor generals office announces that on May J the last installment of of tbe state debt ot Michigan will be paid from monies which have been in the sinking funrtfo years for that purpoaa This will put Mlohi Kan wholly out of a condition now enjoyed only by Color ado West the Cuttle to April winter Henry Baldwin left fifty live hood of cattle on ft Lake Dauphin ranch in charge of a hired lie visited tho place a few days and dlhoovorod that fortysU head bad starved to death in sight of stacks and com fortable Tbe wberoabouU of the hired man Is a Drowned Three April wellto do farmer uouiwl living about two miles from drowned three of bis chil dren In a barrel of rain vrator and at tempted to drown hllnsw Inherent He was found on too bank of the critical No reason Is known for the rush act Ilungml Thorn on SAN April Oarrett and Jerry who wore in Jail here on a charge of attempting to polnon Col John Brooks and were taken from tho and Convenient bookb in front of a butnbur hop wero Into an Murlile Dlmuvury In April qual rles iluo OH por tout been at tliis The Is very boauttful uud sanoupUUle ot a uub urwttcsJb109 to amount ol Outbreak of for on tho lut of Cnrpnntcn Hrlko Shows No Signs of NonUnlon Man Dying from the Efleotii oi u Strike Imminent at April U standing vurgoof tho most tremendous out break of labor it has over These were tho words uttered by otic of the bestInformed and most con servative labor leaders in Uio When his reasons for such an opinion tho sjieaker Pftid 1 Is flxod M the day on which or ganized labor is to ask for Iho eighthour Bupposa that the carpenters strike is slill whon that day In such an evunt at least raon In the building trades bo The stock yarUs in do turmlnod to have eight hours or a Nearly Idle Added to these who go out tue harness who quit work the name day brick makers who are nl ready these together and you have noorly men who will stop work within tho next ten days unless something is done to avert the The ominous as It seems to be Tha Carpenters and Builders association still refuses to make a movu looking toward oiRettlfliuent with tho and talks about standing out against the journoy mens demands for recognition all summer If nec On the other the strikers seem confident of their ability to hold out A KonUnlon Man Vntally Banmal a Is lying at his 51 Falrfleld in tb result of injuries inCcted by a crowd Of striking carpenters lost Johnson and his brother wero working on tha new building at Roboy stnet and Arm itago and of their refusal to join tho btrlkerit wuij up m and beaten with heavy Samuel bod hln skull and his doctnra fear has sustained internal Injuries which will result His brother was severely but his njurios are not William iho lives on Upton street near Milwaukee was the loader of the assaulting He was and cftor being toiitlflwl by tho brothers wns locked up at Vest Chicago Avenue Polico THE INDUSTRIAL Pltuburg llufuso to Accede to the lyLMimiuU of tho April men presented heir Ciuil proposition to the railroads and in each case wore given a decisive Tho railroads refuse to ccode to the demands of tho men and the nen refuse to agree to tho compromise of by tho This stops all negotla ilons between the officers of tbo federation the and tho matter now lies In the landu Of tho supremo council of the federa Theso members are expected bore aftor looking over tha they will decide wbnthor a strike shall bo ordered or tho terms of tho ac A mooting of 100 nonunion men was held Wednesday and they ro the terms offered by Superintendent tho and decided to cast their lot with tho Corner Main and for Eighth and Ninth and Bluff two each for Alton Fifth One Hundred Lots ranging in size from fifty to one hundred feet and all very 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 HOWELL DEALER IN WILL BE FOUND LOWERConsidering flualities and Styles Tlian in ftov oilier house in In consequence of the KXTKNT of our SAJLES we are enabled to do Business ou u VKRV CLOSE MARGIN and it is a rec ognized fact that we handle by fur LARUEB QUANTITIES OF GOODS THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE WHEMWRR AND WEREVEU YOU SEE THIS OVER 700 KINDS AND 8UU FdOM TO Slrlko In tho April day tbu sixty uotloo glreu by the mlnera BDd coke workers of tho Smith ton und n strike bringing out over moo Is Tho companies con corned ore Smlthton COB Coke Burner Now York uni Port Boyal Coal untl Coke Coke Wbttael Coal Banner Coal West Newton Qw and and Westmore land Coal Tbe doruaudu ot the la tor tUo rocognltiou at tho Columbus eoale of bricca for niluinij al All ivorka Jn tJjo T5 uenti per Tho present price from 40 to W cents pw Thb strikers aro wall and a pro tractod struggle Is WUcoimln Miuura April minors maniinoBtlng pt Ironwood adopted The Mlticrn Progroiwlve Union of Lake Super rior us tho uame for their The uionibershlp now numbers over nearly Kurfaco and will bo ex to include all he principal mlnw on tho and Mar quatto Iron Tbe men uro quite vig orous in jjroWHtlug dont Intend to Tlioy suy it is tbolr puypono to force tho abandonment of the present sys tain of mine and then to build a hoailtal of their TRADE MARK UlON A STOVE OR RANGK YOU MAY CERTAIN That it is the article that canbe had for the price Third Opposite SEE OUR NICE LINE OF Throateliml Strike In tlie April Journal special from Clioyanne nays a conference ban been callrd tn roimider the dunmuiU of the Union trainmen for an lucreaso and that nearly ull of the ofllcials are now at Chey Tlio trolnmon nre determined and if somii Bouiioti U not roiujlind a strike will BIIBUO tuklng in the anil Fort Or gn tihort ICuiwtu Puclllo and Union 1iilMii Inn for it April In of u general utrike of the coal miniill of Illinois ami Mbuouri May tho an1 Altou Railroad oompuny bun put a or more coal trains in uorv which are hauling noft coal In groat quantities from tbo mlnon to convenient polnu along the whore It In stored upon temporary HborUr llonri mid a con ductoituud moter men on the aluotrbi otroet railway utruok sborter and tho privilege of smoking on Their places woro aiUxl after a short with April cratu In thin placo have In dilhiltoly The streets are filled with thin If the li dustry of tiulllvuu Meet April Bullivwn said uvtnluy that tin puriw of of iww by AtlilHIo club was to uul Im wiw willing to ane th t but until ilw in Ue will abMi AM no MOST COMPLETE LINE IN THE I am now receiving ft and vuried stock of in all Uie prevailing for Spring wuioU I am pvepurod to make up in Uit GUARANTEEING A Perfect Reasonable Rates and Complete No 100102 East fctacoud st AlillN 1UU ranted to Mist Five   

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