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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - April 29, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON DAILY VOLUME TUESDAY AP11IL 270 The Outlook of the Carpenters Strike at Enos TT ENOS 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 be managed more successfully in an institution of this under the constant supervision of the and with the aid of means not other wise afc 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 a knowledge of sanitary science and the requirements 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 For Sun Baths and exercise in cold and inclement is Each patient is thoroughly examined by and receives his doily personal FOR THE RECEPTION OF For further information address ENOS at the corner of George and Third Latest in Latest and Correct Styles in BOTH SIDES EXTREMELY The linn Ar iiiiiKlng to tnt Men tit Non1 n Mim Aminultvd by llm Strlk TliousHiHl of till Union Stork YnrilH Kxpnitcd to Go Out on Strike Mny 1 for Klglit April The linos laid down by both sides in thn carpenters strike arc mid both Hides the ntriiKKle anew Monday Non union in larger Mian even the striken euro to are pouring ink and is believed the master anticipating the fruitless con ferences of had agents in other cities all tho nonunion carpen ters they could The strikers are and Monday morning captured a large number of nonunion men and induced them U refuse to go to A IIOHH carpenter named Smythe at tempted to put some nonunion men at work on a building on North but the strikers drove tho men One of the nonunion men was assaulted by a striker and given a black The case Was reported to the and a dozen officers in citizens olothes were sent out from the East Chicago avenue station to watch nil incompleted buildings where nonunion men were expected to go to All officers in uniform were also given orders to watch the Chief Marsh says that nouunion men will bo protected In their work if it takes tho en tire police Action of the Horn Izi the meantime the Doss Carpenters association and the carpenters council are making arrangements to put men to Several minor points not yet set tled between the two associations have been submitted to but it is not thought probable any considerable num ber of men will be set at work before the week is A teamster in the employ of William one of the largest carpenters and contractors in was Monday morning assaulted by The as sault occurred on the west The teamster was hauling some carpenters tools and wivs stopped by a gang of strik The horses were cut from the wagon and the teamster dragged to the ground and given a severe The strikers cut the harness to pieces and wrecked the Otis Favor is acting as a sort of media tor between the new Bosses association and carpedters and Monday morning the arbitration committee of the Bosses association held a consultation with the object being to obtain tho consent of several prominent business men and judges to act as an arbitration committee between the two Htock YarilH Men to It is now practically certain that the em ployes of the Union Stock Yards will go On a strike to the number of about May Ithas been arranged by the men to go out Thursday morning unless tho packers sound the whistles for commencing and quitting work at 8 and on thus indicating their accept ance of tho eighthour day and the other terms The employers are a unit in refusing the terms asked by the employes and have for two weeks been preparing for the inevitable by filling up their cooling houses in New Balti and Boston with fresh The packers do uot express themselves as very strongly opposed to the eighthour but they positively to engage ruon who are not held under some penalty of forfeiture of salary against quitting work without giving at least ten days OUTLOOrTAT Tho Carpenters Will Strike May 1 for an EightHour April A canvas was made Monday of every representative trade ra this to learn the prospects of May The carpenters will strike for olght hours and 35 and will Ixj wicked by tho There ore ournoyniun in tlio twothirds of whom iro members of the Of thla iium 75 per are now getting ilia re quired and the name proportion at nonunion mun arc working on the de manded A small strike of zinc srnejters 120 men it in progress In Car The demand is for the restora tion of four discharged Tho cigar makers aro working eight hours and re port only only one mini out of employ The printers will strike for eight Of 800 brewers only 350 are in tho They will demand ten hours on week days and between three and eight hours on None of the other trades show signs of a The hit luatlonal union arc fast supplying Mien In place of the discharged Knights of Iabor cutters who are endeavoring to dissuade outof town mou from going to Our Strike BeacheR a April The Cambria Iron company lockout at Wheeler Morrell coke plants was settled Satur day and the 000 workers resumed work to I PROMINENT POLITICIAN I Jolin OHHcn Dlim After nn Illnens NEW April OBriei the Hepublican leader of tlio Eighth as sembly district and the chief of the burcn of died at Baeders Cone at oclock Sunday inornin after an illness c several V to the hour of W death OBrle was conscious am recognised thos about Gath erod around h 1 Ixdside were h i Joseph imf John OBrlet and liin daughters Bnedor a n i L a u r e t tt JOHN Mr OBrien was born in the Tenth ward of Uiis city June He was a one time a book keeper for f leaving this place to act as private secretary for exCollector Thomas Mur The office of the bureau of elections ho held until last Tho funeral will be TJ i THIS trait Murderer Kemmelers Lease o Life Very A RUNAWAY Frightful iHter oil the Clioanpoaka and Ohio April The express train of tiie Chesapeake and Ohio mil tor was descending lieuvy grade at 8 oclock Monday morning a inile west of when the brake rod ol tlio engine The air brake was rcn doretl useless and the wild train rushed into Staunton at eighty miles an tearing away the depot The Pull man sleeper left the track and was thrown on Fifteen members ol tho Pearl of Pekln troupe were in it on route to ami were announced to play in the Of tlie company Miss Myrtle died while bailiff taken from the car Miss Edith Millers leg was broken Edwuid Kdwurd Miss Uurthii Louis and Miss lone all escaped with slight outs and lumber mer New bad his leg severely and commercial trav was THE DAY IN The Executive and Judicial Appropriation 11111 WASHINGTON April A memo rial presented in the senate Monday in re lation to the Mississippi river caused an extended the question being whether the levee or outlet system was the correct or whether thorn should be a combination of tho The opinions differed widely but tho majority of the speakers were in favor of tho levee At the close of tho discussion tho business of tho morning was proceeded In the In tho house tho conference report on the public building bill was agreed The limit of cost is Tho presidents veto message on the bill to al low to increase its indebted was laid before the house and re Tho executive and ju dicial appropriation bill was passed with out Tho house then wont into committee of the whole On tho Dis trict of Torrft Cotta Donn April grea race horeo Terra Cotta woo chipped to Lex ing to go In he ho being napalms broken Trainer Ki Icy hus handle the grand horse very carefully this spring thinking ho might bo able to got a race on of but In the last few days his log commenced lo 111 and not wantliij him to beuomu entirely a cripple it wiw thought bAt to retlro him permanently Terra Cotta has boen one of the greatest as woll us tho most unlucky horses of thelosl PREPARATIONSOFWARDEN DURSTON The ItmoNt Cunt Inn To Ilfl Vnxd to Pro from AVltiioxnlnR tho Hoily of tho Mur deritr To lln Iliirril In Quick Unin un Burled Within tho IVnllH of IrlHon nt April day of this week will it be that tinllcry force that has accidentally destroyed so many per sons will legally dispatch its first victim This is the quustion that Is on the lips of nearly every person in Vet only one man can answer that and ho is Wnnlen Durston has a peculiar Shoes Best and Cheapest THE MlnorH iind ftllno April joint conven tion of Illinois miners and mine operators In this city to take action on the scale of prices promulgated at the recent Columbus convention was called to order at Si oclock in the with William of Coal state president of the U tilted Mine in tho Tho scale makes an of about 10 cents a ton In all parts of tlio A very amicable fouling prevails between the operators and miners anil there is not much talk of u Our Komi Glvim April Baltimore and Ohio railroad posted notices Monday afternoon granting the demands of their They grant day conductors pur night conductors day Imikmneu and night brakenien Ten hours Is to constitute a days and mon aro to bo paid for The and is the liiitt railroad to ynt btwi luwd fron the Puniwylvuuiu April a mcotlng of earptntern Siitnrduy night delegates representing union out of a total in IhiH city of about wero licHiiliitloim worn adopted pledg ing tliiuiisulvnH heverally and collectively to miiintiin demand for cvntH an and to liiKJni upon the payment of tliat mini on and after tho 1st day of Tho employers think they can Tlio Klrlko ul Ajiril troublo butwuun Uu Knights of and tho Iiituinational union iu Chicks shoe 8uyH tlio Wuro NKW April Grant stated to A United Press reporter that the made before the Fiuwett sannte committoo wore absolutely fulso and with out any foundation Richard Orokor cables from Wolsbadon that McCauus story ulout boodle being raiiwd to secure Grants confirmation as public works commissioner la Orokor denounces McCann as a black mailer and says ho would uot believe him under Futnl lit April oarly Mon day morning dcHtroyod a small frame building occupied by Hobert Vlrtol OH a and Vlrtol Jumped from an upper story with one of nor thruo children in her the other two being rescued by were terribly tho aged dy ing of her Vlrtol IH on a visit to Ail Alliigml JJtiul with April commencing tho Plttsburg Na tional league club will try its players against the Chicago National league club in eight At the end of thin it is best of tho Pit tsburg players will be sold to and the remainder of the club will be transferred to ludlauap with tho IMtlnhurg Killed April JOUIIK win of Theodore who lives alwut HX mllos vast of this WOM out and returning Into in thu even ing attempted to hang up his It Htfikitig he was Tho boys ugwl 11 received tho shot In hoc loft sldo and was instantly Juy IJiiuld ut April Gould and purly huvti arrivwl hero from an pxieiided trlji through tho Goulds health In much lie Will He Hluiiloy of April Is ivporUul thut the juiHin wjll Dunfnr u titlo on him Lord H tan ley of faculty of keeping his business to But there Is one man who apparently does not iu his catching occasional glimpses of convicts passing lUs tho condemned man with a hearty Htudies his chats with his guurdsmnn and whistles and sings his favorite song Call Me Bjujk Hig face shows no sign of He recently said to Duraton You liuve kind to me and I shall try to make your work Writing IllH Kemmeler conversed but little with his death watch Snnday He was busy writing his name and address upon some plain white I want to write fifty this said he to Guard At 11 oclock the cards wore all written and Keiunieler looked During the past two weeks he has written nearly of these on In strikingly neut with a few or namental is William Kemme Kcmme lor never lost faith that ho would get a new trial until he wow taken to Buffalo to He scorns well aware of the Interest his cose is exciting and wishes the cards he has written to be given to all who want So strong Is the autograph ever upon him that he will undoubtedly write cards up to the hour he leaves his cell to walk to the death Thu Doomed IVlitnH 1rlHon Kemmelur gets only ordinary There are uo flowers to adorn his no Iwlicoclea from outelde jj he treated as a outulde of his keepers and the wardens has not a friend in the No iympnthctic letters are scat from Phila where be betrayed the wife of his xwt friend no anxious inquiries come rom where brutally hacked ler to His only friends during tho vhole trial have been the alternating elec rical current system whoso only object was to defeat the scheme of a ivul Prujiuruttoim fur tile Extensive preparations aro being made or tho transmission of tho details of the xccutlon by tho telegraph The Union will send fourteen special iperiitom here with tho regular will be ablo to solid out words in our hours Tho prison gates will be lonely guarded until after tho Only suthorizod persons will bo allowed to liter and even then they will be closely Warden Durston has issued icketfl to those to bo and the itftost caution will lie used to prevent utslders from getting fa lia Hurled In At tho execution no cap will IMS placed ver tho condemned mans face and every xmtniclion of tho muscles will Ire plainly con by tho Tbo physicians will old a postnuortem over tho and any marks caused by the electricity will bo firefully After examination tho ody will bo deposited in a rough box par ally filled with quick and burled vHhin the prison Wore it buried utside it Is almost certain the body would bo stolon by medical students or curlosity Tho death warrant is all prepared and nothing but tho wardens command stands between William Kcmmelor and in stant 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 parts of the Call and in different see WHElNEVER ANJ WEBEVER YOU SEE THIS OVER 700 KINDS AND BUtB raoM TO BEAR THIS Inrarl TRADE MARK UPON A STOVE OR RANGE YOU MAY BK5 CERTAIN That it is the article that can he had for the price Third Opposite SEE OUR NICE LINE OP MOST COMPLETE LINE IN THE HOWELL DEALER IN WASHINGTON April va cancy in the house committal on rules caused by Randalls death IB causing the Democrats some they wnild agree Siwaker Heed would appoint whomever they but they can not agree and arc widely divided between Mills of Crisp of Jlolman of and Springer of The Democratic members of con gress are not only in personal but In sectional thu northern men asserting that if an other southern man U associated with Carlisle It will afford tho Republicans an opportunity to wave tho bloody U is probable that either Holmaii or Springer will bo Thi Combat of Ilou CITV OK April lower or combat of began iii 4 oclock Sunday Kully were on the promenade of Iji Ito fiirma and Avenue In addi tion to nearly MX unadorned carriages coiitaiulng tliiro were over forty adorned with flowers and aijd fully Tho quantity of flowers was four car loads coming In from Julapa llo ItlMltfllOtl III April cashier of the water and son of thu chairman of the has ro bis poult and It Is naid that his rather has made good a deficiency of in his lie was purinlttud to rc timin lu olllcii his rascality wua dis and will now go umvhlpt of jus for the boncfil of Itnliliiil tint Miiniiy Onlcr TltKK April ho howl clerk of thu Newark puKtofUctv inn I wen comintttod U thu Trenton jnll by JalUid States Coimiilfwlomtr Idnve In de aull of ball for from the iioiiuy order dupartment uf Ihu Nuwark OIL Our WlbL BE FOUND LOWERConsidering and Styles Than in any other house in In consequence of the GItKAT EXTENT of our HALES wo arc enabled te do Business on a VERY CLOSE MARGIN ond it is a rec ognized fact that wo handle by far LARGER QUANTITIES OF GOODS THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE Ktcvu IliOdloH WIIYi April tho idxu unused u gcnenil police to lie wilt out Sunday for his vho lia IIODII missing sliico April Uro ho will ilvti for any Informa tion to hci Olilo LuHlnltttum April Ohio ttuto loKl4atun wljoornecl Jmxuday mom utffttD next I am now rouuivitig a and variu 1 stoclc of In aU Uie provailing for Spring whiuli 1 utu prepared to muke up ia tJit J GUAKANTKK1NU A Perfect Fit Reasonable Rates and Complete 112 Third si 100102 CM J FirebucliH i QASOUHB Kant Second H roil iorinr JullUlBtoves to Last five Years T   

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