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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - April 28, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON DAILY VOLUME MONDAY APIUL Enos Sanitarium nn announces that he has established in a building purchased for the a 8ANITABIUM for the BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL His experience during many years has convinced him that all diseases can be 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 their 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 aJmowledge of sanitary science and the of such an Electricity in all its forms 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 Fwr Sun Baths and exercise in cold and inclement is Bach patient is thoroughly examined by and receives hie daily personal FOR TEE RECEPTION OP For further information address ENOS at the corner of George and Third Latest ii Latest and Correct Styles in ALSO Items of General Irterest from Across thn UNEASY FEELING IN Shoes Best and Cheapest riio Enormous Wheh the Movement Thrpntins Aitgiime Mny CHUNGS Gnnnrnl niHItnry OiihrnI to Kim on Kloloun WHIInni Dillon with Queen Vlotorlii lit Dm April Mny Dny rip tho eollugof uneasiness and droiul incroBsos throughout nnd the authorities are overwhelmed with appeals from the lawabiding element lor protection against outrngo and Though the military has thus fur been usod sparingly in quailing u greater dugree of ac tivity Is observable in the various nnd many of the weaker onos lave been considerably It may be stutod that tho govorntuoiit now fully shares in the general alarm felt at tho proportions which the socalled abor movement Uireatens to nnd las entirely abandoned its policy of non ntorfcrencj with tho work of tho civil au thorities in preserving order which charac terized attitude with reference to tho re cent Vienna ou which occasion the military was not called out until the police Imd domonstruted their utter and then only in small AntlSumHlc The action of the strikers In making their differences with their employers a pretext for engaging In antiSemitic Warfare has greatly incensed a largo proportion of tho bolter class of people against and tho May Day movement as a labor demon stration thus deprived of much of the pub lic sympathy which it otherwise would have It is usertod that commanders of garrisons are already in receipt of orders to fire upon disorderly gatherings on May Day upon the very flist indication of their determination to offer rcbistnncj to the au and throughout the two kingdoms arrangements ore perfecting to quell rioters In the most nummary Violent Woman In tho disturbances that have thus far taken and particularly those of au antiSemitic tha most violent of the riotoro have been the fury of gome of whom was almost In many Instances they marched ahead of tho defying tho soldiery and commit Ing BOSS of cruelty and fiendish brutality that taelr male compjulous visibly shrank Explorer Stanley nt April Stanley ar rived here from Brussels at and was greeted by cheering The local mismanagement of the reception ar rangements was such that great confusion occurred at the Tho reporters defied tho nnd a light at one time seemed Some of Stanleys including tho American consul general at London Ruaten Turk ish ambassador to Great Lord and Vrolseley were unable to board the steamer in consequence of tho prevailing Stanley replied to the municipal ad dress of welcome with a few words of and at he started for The Kovolt of Groins April 38 coptlo clerk was an employe of Emln while Euiln was at has mode a sworn deposition baforo Mason Boy to tho effect that tho re volt of Etnlns forces was solely due to tho discovery of Emins plans to surrender his provlUii to tho according to tho clorkH sent three messengers to tho Mnlidi offering to but they were seized and stopped by Emins Tho revolt followed this Mason Bey considers tho statement Emperor William at April Emperor WlWam arrived horo The grand duke of Hosso and tho civil and military authorities received him at the railway whole piuty drove to tho new where tho emperor was groototl by Quion Victoria and the Afterward tho emperor proceeded to tho ducal and later re turned to tho palocs and dined with tho quoun and tho ducal Supplies Sent to April At a mooting of the cabinet R minister of an nounced that sufllclent supplies had teen uont to to last during tho rainy and that cruiser Ro land had been ordered to leave Senegal with n detachment of Bonognlciw rillemon to iv tlia Kotonou Tho Strike In April sfrvice at night totally suepundoJ ou account ot most important day trains are run by tuu aid of clerks who act as guards and The suspBiif Ion of tho night train between Cork and Dublin bus caused ddlny of tho Judge Hilton Will NEW April Is reported that Judge Hilton bus takin ftwps to prosecute The World for its publication of articles re ferring to hit ciffeuslvo way In con nection with tho Stewart property Bat unlayWorld another article of tho tho being that Btowarts Hugh was al lowed to live and dio In poverty In New and her culldrun received but a pit tance from tho He Had u Had April of unsavory was iratod hera by n committeo of Methodist immor downing wife for another and of funds of his When In throe years ago Collins was suspendd from his ministerial funotionsHud all SHOULD BE LOCKED An town Womnn Who Uiu It Manlo Bulolde and RED Iowa April the vlfe of a welltodo Mills county tried til commit suicide by Jumping Into Rbe was rescue and n few hours later was found lu a spare room try ing to drown herself in a tub of Lyons has been married about two Her husband was a widowir with two In fant Soon aftor their rnarrlajje the wife developed In a violent lit of rage ono she attempted to kill hoiyoungest a ha bo of 13 ty holding it in a Luckily Lyons was nt homo and rescued tiio lmllrowncd The womnn has ou ninny occasions to life of btr and once h nnrrowly being KI death while H s set firo to thu uul he vtut not awakened until the had completly enveloped ID AT THE GLOBE L GOT HIMSELF INTO A rostmnsteir Who Wns Ton Zttnloiu In it April his efforts to prevent what ho considered on undesirable between his who is yet In her and Postmaster Prodirick of Out has rendered himself liable to prose cution for violating ihc postal Hu was taken before Cominlistonw Rog and waj relented on bull Tor tho action of tho raud Miss Johnson uad written a letter to Manown which through ThayorSs hands 58 lie retained It to consult tbe girtSi The In uerit for Ma and thora was a vary lively To got oven the young swam hod post master Pnrdons April Pifsr passed upon ond refused FrUtiy par dons In tha following cotes Joseph convicted of manslaughter In De county in and sentenced for oua year James convicted of burg lary in Cook county lu and for four year William convicted of receiving propjrty in Cook county in and sentenced to two years Ed ward oonvloted of burglary In Cook county In Raid scuUmail tor five ins Peter ccnvictcd of murder in Jarsty county In and 10 twcntyflvt Surah Altlioit oil Ihu War April Alturu Terry made her appearaiiM In Uu ot administrator of the astato of D vid IamandeJ somj Baylo said he haJ none on hand tielonglnj to the but theij wore law thpt might ba Sha then wont Into the ad joining office ot who is tho at torney for the and after wrangling with him she was from the Sho returned and ninashsd tho windows and mado n Buyle loft his and she threatening to shojt Cut Hln ttin April noon Fri day whllo ths principal streat of this town was crowded while a oecom panlod by a wonmn anJ two csuspJ great excltemont by publicly cutting bin throat and tho veins In hli wrlrt with a Hs was taken to tho where it Is said he Is uot fotaliy The wouldbo suicide Is Pat and he had walked here from Wlw with his wifo and children In search of He said ha could not euro his stomach aud resolved to dlo rather than to endure the A HullPlayerHkdly Holder of i bo Buffalo Fluyera hit on the bead by a hall Fridays aad so injured that he had to bo Resitted oft tho was a rumor Saturday mornliig that be was but on inquiry ft although suffering from oohouwlon In no Immediate His physician says Berlous trouble sometimes follows inch a ond It may bo a month before Ralney IK able to play WASHIKOTON April son ate In sacrot session confirmed the following nominations John of New major goueral a Uood of ohlof jiutico snprwno court at Arizona ngMit tor Indlong of the Blaokfeet and following PennnylvanU Combrldgoborougli Hnzloton Nathan Dowulngtown Thomas Ambler Couldnt Stund HU April McKinlty bus reslfrnoil the pastorato of thu First Presbyterian chnrch aftor eight eon years for a peculiar Lust fall he made the declaration that the defeat of prohibition was a wonw disaster than tha Johnstown flood was prompt ly rebuked by of Johns and Thu dlmuitlafaollon grew until the MoKluley wus U A Most Horrible Story from A HliIity April W Jack ths long dlsuncj bicycle rldtr of the and Kd whf has done riding in the poet year Imvo dgnwd artlcloH of to rldo huurs per for bix com Muy for sldo and the Irtiildontlul WAMHINOTON April 8R dent to tho s tho nomlnutloua of J of to bo nuunhul for aud William to bo at NEFARIOUS Two Drowuod In the April twelve lumbermen crosulng rapid on t u Otter rlvor In a oanoo tholr boat was oap Ton itwchod shore hut CSiorloi Lolwult ouO were bodloo have uot yet been re Tho survivors all bad narrow en IllB April various labor organisations of this city are arrung ing for a monitor demonstration on May Alwut men will In John tbe famous London now lu lias on Invitation to bo present and ninka u up A Vlctoiy fur April a mooting of the master tin smiths and gas it WM wianluwuniy voted to gruut the nxjuout of the work men for nine hours u day without a reduc tion of A Unston April a Went wortb has gono Into insolvency with un wound clebU of Thu failure is due to exlonslTo In dofondlng bis to cerUin of n Ilonocr Wntcli AnriJ prlviiti dlu puteh from Ibiluauljihin death thttu at u ut Anleiionu Hln Wlto Clntrgoi Him wW Orloiliml Mnlpriiiitlvu nnil lln lluriililff Alive of VoniiK Ilithan Into World Through Aboinlnnlilo Two CitxiK Cltnd In Which tlie Motlicm Uoctiirn April evening paixr huredivotog ftvocolumiu loan alloged iiiri of the criminal of Tnotnns About ton d ago HatcharJ brouglit suit for divorse against his Nancy in which bs alleged that oxcesslvely used liquor ami tn hor chuigos her hush with many Ofiiul mid brutal Including criminal nictiuvuuil tho burning of young babies fiho i tint he converted their into a wonwu who aviiU the consequences of their crluius were aud that she was forced oyuinct hi r to care for and nurse thorn otterhe had performed the But It remained for in an inter vijWj to give more specifically tho in regard to the alleged nborninable anil bar iniotls practices of her She tea fliHjiooUing XO yoars and at nronint keeping an upartmeut house at 828 id uvonua Her if certalntv one of tho most wickjd crimnals known to this age and IlatohardV In the Intorvlow ehe says Five did I BOO bim take new and pre maturely born build a redhot flre in tbe amid their wuils and throw tbeui inalde and burn thorn up to tho last It was for this very reason that I would not abide in his house any On one occasion n young girl n unod Mnggiu who bod charge of t ID department of the Plauktn t m cuma to my Maggie wis a prtrtty upod 80 or She was dellvkrwl oC an live My tuilt a Ire In tho stove and i to throw Utn child Tho act was Ofsuch a ttrriblo nature that I remon Mrotod with Ho picked up a hammer oiid oliaswl rao out into yard and hit nu tlw hood with I lay iusjnsiblu foi Uirw and I tear tbe scar of tho briitul blow lo this Thu Death at Mupgle Uatchwd stoojwd over ond showed the reporter an ugly scar just over the right liuipia the recovered from tho shock of She died one morning at our bouse about 8 Tho girls romauim wuro t slUmtly Kiid to Now where thry were About 6 oclock of the afternoon previous to her Pox caltei at tho say ing that he had been directed to eorno there to attend a sick My husbaud oamo to tho door nnd rsfused to Buying that there was uobody in tho house who a Tho girl was dy tag that another oconslon a poor young girl named Mlnnlo Langwortby her parents live In this city was delivered of a live 8 mouths babe at the My husband took thli child and threw it In ho Tbe girl died Rt from tbo of tbe doc tors How how do I remember how Uio distracted mother of this girl came to the hoUHO and ohrlekod in my ears You have murdered my dnughtwl You have murderel my danghlerP The girls death consldorod very myslorleus at the Another Consigned to the A Sttss Jessie Graham of Janesvllle aim oamo tothe bouse and a 7 or 8 months pre mature child born to through my husbands This child was a beautiful little Again the little One was shoved into thn A youug girl muno1 Mary who worked at tho was alsp ona of KJO doctors Her offspring was llke wiso consignud tp the Still another of a young girl who oamo hre frbm and who has an aunt llv tag Brown Her child was ruriucud to ftyt dhl you novjr offer strenuous objec Uon to thtre borribis ttir I should nay I But good would it del When ever he wotiM ntwt to throw a child In tho sreve 1 wouM run xit of tho holding my hmnils to my HVOBK tlio Story Is How nuny Infanta do you Uilnk h you wefe living wltb hlmr tlio ctiew are too numerous to men tlon If I should I should sny Of course all theso babies woro not I have mentioned only those OHM lo you which I saw with my own The unmei of the parties I havo given you I know lo bocorrevrtand the circumstances eonwitud with Tbo child run of each ot women were allvo ana h althy wbxt thrown Into the Tho otlftr oases diil not pny much attention as tho par all and went But theh always AI iho end of tho report is nppondod HatciinnPi sworu aflHiivit thut story re lated by br Is trm In tvory Hto HiWutxiper a UK says that the board of health r ihnw that at I ait two of tho wompn nfvrro I to ilM dlo on Uiu doctors TboMiuro Jflnnlo who died oaune of duiith Iwlug givun an and Margnrjt who dlwl March of Intussusu revnllur and Kutul April Sparks aud fcjUrt wenltby working toother near In JIwTl was adjusting wedges In tner wuro wbjto the other uiud Hw maul VVhllulntbe act of placing A wodgft tho inAUl How ou bundle and utruck who In a itooplnj ou thu of the rendering uliu unootaolouA aao on oiaa Tlie l wo enemies tnJ H tlma AgoMonroe Vulluru of B CoiiinilmiliMi Ajiii The PitUburg ioinpuny failed Liabilities about who la nu actlvo member of tlio UilunKO bonrd of wns tbo head of the In this Places prl fditutirt of nearly lu swallowed In Mi Tbo company WHS ciiught liy the nnit in wlHut lutor liy tins Building Lots Corner Main and for Eighth and Ninth and Bluff two each for Alton Fifth One Hundred Lots ranging in size from fifty feetlfont to one hundred feet and very Prices rom on terms to suit One of the nicest residence plats in Over 100 Houses and Lots m different parts of the Call and see WHENEVER AND YOU SEK f1 HIS OVER 700 KINDS AND 8IZb8 TOW TO TMI ainuml Ml BEAD THIS TRAOEMARk TBADJE MARK ULON A STCJVK OR RANGE YOU MAY BK CERTAIN That it is the article that can be had for the price Third Opposite SEE OUR NICE LINE OF MOST COMPLETE LINE IN THE HOWELL DEALER IN OIL WILL Bli FOUND LOWERConsidering Qualiiies and Styles Than in auy other house in In consequence of the GREAT EXTENT of our SALES we are enabled to do Business on a VERY CLOSE MARGIN and it h a rou ognized fact Mint wo handle by fur LARGER QUANTITIES OF GOODS THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE SPRHfi I urn now rcoeivlna a large aiil variul stock of in tbe provuiliug for Spring wliioli I am prepared to make up In tilt GUARANTEKING A Perfect Fit Reasonable Rates and Complete At or list Second Full n tor tbt Waraiiid to QUIUK UAaOMM   

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