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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 2, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                DAILY VOLUME 29 FRIDAY MAY 273 Enos nn that be has established In a building purchased for the purpose BANITARIUM for the BOTH MEDICAL and Tils excerienoe during many years has convinced him that all diseases be managed more luccesstully in an institution of this under the nServision of the and with the aid of means not ot her i I than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers M is and the surrounding are free komaU noxious It is readily reached by the Second street horse are as is possible from b BkMwledgeof sanitary science and the requirements of such an Electricitv in all its forms Oxygon audits compounds are provided asmay be required by pa addition to such other treatment as may be deemea A LARGE SOLARIUM For Sun Baths and exercise in cold and Bach patient thoroughly examined by daily personal FOR THE RECEPTION OF For further information address ENOS at the corner ol George and Third Latest in Latest and Correct Styles in ALSO i Monstrous Labor Demonstra tion at THOUSANDS OF WORKMEN IN tin loss trainers had conotdjd the do MMniH of tho which prac tically decides the question vo fnr ns that line of trade In ICverything about he city so far as the laboring inter ests were concerned worn holiday The police say that no quarrels or disturb ances have boon reported to 1 ho red flag of Socialism floated over the head quarters of many of the labor organiza Shoes Best and Cheapest AT THE ItrootH A long tho of March Thronged wltli n Dmiiin Crowd iHilc llfiproNPtitRtlnitM of the Ocitituitions of Some of lie of tho Coal Mlnrirt In lliu IHg May two Thursday organized like n mighty awakening from up reached its towering proportions in tho bright May while the world wondered at tho As one of the great cities of the world and as tho center of the hopes struggles organized labor in the United Chicago main tained her reputation and title to a place in tho foremost By 11 oclock tho flrst evidences of the demonstration were From every portion of the city tho industrial army began to move in con verging lines toward the general rendez vous at Miuroe and Peoria They came by and and army They bore banners and kopt time to tho tuneful rhythm of music from many bands of all degrees of from the shrlil discordant aircracking of the Jlfe and drum corps to the sonorous strains of expensive brass They Carried the Stars and Everywhere tha stars and stripes floated in the opening breeze and its cheerful hues grew brighter in the glistening In the procession wore They represented every class of manual from the unskilled sewer ditch digger to tho skillful aud scientific engine Thousands of them had no grievance of their own about which to They receive adequate wages and work only eight hours per Tho presence of such men in the demonstration was an ex of sympathy with their less fortu nate brethren and a declaration to the world of their belief in tho principle that an injury to one is the concern of AVmkeil While Many of the trades escorted in their ranks gaudily decorated on which were realistic representations of members of the craft pursuing their daily occupa There were brick layers building a uiniatUTO houce boiler makers pounding with deafening din a mammoth steam boiler coopers plying with adze and driver on huge casks shoo makers imitat ing the labors of Crispin carpenters shoving plane and driving saw through pino stono cutters smooth ing into polished beauty the un couth and many similar exhibitions cf Thousands Vlow tho By the time tho procession was ready to move tho streets along the published lino of march had become impassable by rea son of the crowds that thronged Tho populace was a unbroken and an un breakable phalanx on the sidewalks and on tlie leaving a narrow roadway in the center scarcely wide enough to por mit the passage of the who marched in close order four It seemed as though half of the of Chicagos population had concentrated in Oho small territorythroughwhlch the parade would The firstcomers had the choice of This was either on the outer edge of the sidewalk or near the middle of tho And how enthusi astic that immense crowd was I It cheered everything and The telling mottoes on the banners carried by the marchers were repeated through the orowc from one to the other with anc and After marching through tho principal streets the proces sion was disbanded at tho lake speeches wore All Quiet at tho Stock There was no sign of a strike or disaf foction of any kind among the men om ployed at the stock yards and tho spe cial detail of eighty policemen on ground had a dull time of it looking fc The one cause that most stronglj operated against trouble was the absolute refusal of the butchers to withou1 whose aid a strike of tho laborors would bo MINERS ON Twelve llumlrtiil in tho 1ooritt W Quit Mny coal minors ii this seatloii of Illinois have quit There are about minors In the imme diate vicinity of this and everyone of them is a member of the Mine Work ers AhHwialion of All mines will prolmbly be olosed for an indolinito apace of The Illinois Coal and Coke companys minas at Heed ten miles from are shut down and the men are all Fully forty coal mines are closed The men ask for 85 cents a ton for digging the recognition of their the abolition of the truck and the price of powdor and tools to be Tho miners lire thor oughly are in financial and prepared for a hard The companies have thuiikaads of tons of coal and arc also ready for a hard light A quiet Day al May wiw no notable eighthour demonstration In this The Carpenters unions had a pro Wission picnic on the hill tops in tho They were joined by two or throe other hut the gather ing was not and was only intended to oxpriiw sympathy with the eighthour movementA meeting of the Ifoii Mulders union will be held Saturday night to do cido whether a strike shall IMS declared Monday In case tho bouses refuse to grunt them 10 per No Uuiiioiuitvutliin at May was no la bor demonstration whatever hnro Thura Tho carpenters of this city were all at work us having given tho until Friday to the olght hoiir Tho with few have only bein working eight hours in this city for many months punt arid the only demand they make that tlio bosses offi cially recognize tint eighthour In t lie event of a Which Is meti will on The Hurt 1 NBW May United Ger man Franicrs who unguKwl on build liiuit in various parts of tho city utruok Thuiwlay moniiug for the uuforoemtmt of eighthour At noon Detroit Way are union earpontcrs on Three con tractors employing about 800 men agreed to tlio eighthour day aud 80 cfinte per but the other contractor aro in for the There has been no disorder tho carpenters keeping close to their union hallo and there receiving reports on the Only a few contractors have nonunion men at llonton Cnrpcutcru Mny carpenters em ployed by the members of the Carpenters HuiHlers association ntruck here Thurs day morning for nn sighHiour labor About man are while some remain at werk for nonassociation con working eight hours a lay at the same rate per hour us wns paid before the strike Everything is Cnrpeiitera Strike ut May accordance with the action taken by tho union car punters of at a meeting hold in Naval Post under the auspices of local union of the United Brothor lood of Carpenters and about 000 carpenters struck work Thursday Samuel Oompori at least men were in line making a procession iver live miles in After parade i monster meeting was held at National jurk where Samuel president of he Federation of and other speak ers addressed the A Holiday nt May was gen orally celebrated by union men as a day of Nearly every labor orgnuiza lion was represented in a monster stree It is estimated that aver nen were in One Strike May Atlnntl mine strike has The trnmmurH am lay laborers resumed work morning nt an advance of per mouth ii ACROSS THE MootingH Prohibited In Purls and Ion May deputation from th worldugmen of Purls went to the chain ber of where it presented a pt tition urging the inauguration of th eighthour The route to the chair ber was occupied by vast crowds wh blocked the thoroughfare so seriously tha the cavalry escort was assigned to the dut of quietly clearing n passage for the depi Several attempts made by th workingmen to hold meetings were fru tratcd by the intervention of the troop During the day wore a Ko Meetings Allowed In May a few hundre persons marched In procession to Hyde whore it was expected a meeting would be On arriving at their des and attempting or ganize a they were at once dispersed by the In the Harkney district a meeting was also broken while in Soho tho procession of the demon strators suffered no ID ON THE GALIM James Palmer Hanged at Con N BUOYANT SPIRITS TO THE A Rlct at May crowd of worklngmen collected In front of the rolling the proprietors of which hod resisted their attacking the building and pre cipitating a Tho military wore hast ily hurried to the but were unublc to disperse the mob until they had charged with the bayonets and wounded many of the The mill continues In opera Throughout the German May latest advices from the principal cities of Germany represent peace good order EH very generally pre The various Industrial occiipa tions are being followed Iuiuiii ProvililH In May frojii the chief Italian cities present a general partial suspension of labor with puace prevailing An Umi vcntfal Iuy In May demonstration was made the workingmcn of this city and the day was au unevent ful lopid In by Oreou Goods May of Phll and Elijah of Su paid fcJOO to u man whom they met on their say for what they supposed was in counterfoil They started west but were observed by the iwllcc at the depot hero as they were opening the satchel to count tho supposed and on being questioned tho story came Tho satchel found to contain tissue paper wrapped In a few Tin two men weni allowed to continue thuil homeward The Crime Tor Which lie Wild the Murder of Henry Whitehouse and till Stollvo tho Wealthy MJohlgnn Lumberman Sen tenced to Life liiiurlnonmont for Murder May 4 iftcr II oclock Thursday morning James Palmer expiated with his life the murder of Henry iu Portsmouth Stay Fifteen minutes after tho Irop fell he was pronounced The irison officers remained with Palmer in matrons room all At a lute hour he retired mid slept some He awoke soon after midnight and partook of At intervals he conversed with officers upon various incidents of lis past but In no instance did he re fer to tlie killing of Kept Ul IIU Hplrlta to the Deputy Warden Robinson stated that no man In the prison was In spirits than the The crime or which Palmer WHM executed was the murder of Henry at Ports ou the evening of May Both men were employed in the electric light Palmer being au engineer and Whltehonso his Palmer a few days before the dis charged for dishonesty and Whitehouse was given his Revenge was the Suicide of n May n fanner living about seven miles cost of this committed suicide about 8 oclock Wednesday Leaving a note to hn saying that he was weary of life and was going to he took down his and going out into an adjoining field placed the muzzle against hU breast and pulled the trigger with his The charge of heavy shot passed through his causing instant Mo had for some time been trying to rid himself of the drinking habit and it is thought that his rash act WAS the result of a despondent fit caused by repeated UoHnyod Thulr NEW May Henkcl his been locked up to await requisition papers from The prisoner wot secretary of the Chicago Globe Light and Heat Martin presi charges tlie prisoner with stealing of the companys money and alter ing the books to conceal his is said that while ho wius employed in the New York ofllco he discovered that on em ploye had robbed the company of Tbis discovery allied Hcnkels ad vancement to the ofllce aud enabled him to become a Imprlnoniiieiit for May special to The News from says the wealthy lumberman and president of the OUcr Creek Lumber com who was Wednesday convicted of murder in the flrst degree for killing hurber and Under Sheriff was hursday morning sentenced to life 1m risonniOTt at hard labor in Jackson Wrights counsel clalm ug that this court had no WARD AND HIS Articles of Separation Drawn Up nnd Signed by tho NEW May John Ward aud his who was Miss lelen have settled their do mestic difficulties by arranging to live Articles of separation were drawn up and signed Wednesday The so uret cause for this separation has at last ranspired in n divorce suit just instituted ly Jesse against George a wellknown lawyer and Tho couple were married six rears McDormott Is but 22 low and is very When her iiislmnd entered politics and liogan to stay out late nights her troubles com The wife asserts that In March while walking on Broadway with a lady John tho base npoke to The lliiHliiind llccnuio The husband was following near by and coming up engaged in lui altercation with as she Ward wirs trying to be simply Ward hit IicDurmott In the eye and there was quite i During it McDormott got into a cab and went After this her husband assaulted her and blackened her Then she loft him and went to live ut the Kvcritt McDermott called tho virtue of his wife in She Is now studying for the The milt will probably show whether he rightly or wrongly suspected John Montgomery FOR Eight room Frame good Cis Sink in Magnificent river Lot For Splendid Building Lots on Fourth as with rock Magnificent River View to each lot Thirty acre farm 2 12 miles southeast of all in Four room log Will sell for less than per Buckeye Lawn Their Kiirly Love Won May never months of married life Isabella Mnr obtained nn absolute divorce from her George She was a widnw when slm married au prominent in social clrclea Thuy had IKWT playmates In childhood and sweothourts ll their They thou drifted am she married Clity Fiv yours after died met the lover of he girlhood In after twenty four hours they wore married Another JUvou May The old luvou in front of Potntu Coupeu side caved In ut 8 oclock Thursday morning and tiie water thus foreud against the now Jpvuu cmiHid Ihi latlcr to give way fit I a This crcviiHW will prove illsastroutt ti Knlde Wuxt Huton Ilougo and Ibur and will aluo the Tut to a severe Lay nn NHW World say editorially in regard to Judge HtltoiiH in dlctmuni ugaiimt the paper for libol Tho World repeats the charg thftt Hilton preyed upon Blewitrl am robbed and it him U tho truth of tuu charges In th To Base Burners Stored Through the Sum mer PIH8 315 Belle HOWELL DEALER IN OIL Truublu Uvor a floul Kututu NKW Muy Tuesday JiumtM Doroey sold n pluco of laud mid acctiplwl u chuck to bind tin1 Dor miy HID check it this bunk the bunk olIlciiilH donmmlliiK iui Identifica Doraey tlitn gut angry unit rwlumwl theclirek Ui t1io nud diclarud tho wilr A fuw hours Inter sold tic lund to imiiihcr parly ut u itlvuiiLo In Thu original buyer thon hail Densoy lockid Iutitl of dv May Hy the ol a can of niiHolno Driikos tuiln woe badly ilunmuud uud tho proprietor burned to Forty ulrln wen nut off from tMcnpo from thcbullutng mid had the clioinlcal onglno five minutes later all of thiiin would lout their Th Dnujilj May The pojxi tofwil iwply cliiiKrJnwl over the fuiluru to CB regular diplomatic relatloim with for it now conceded that BiiliHlnirys Kovurnment will take no Htopa In tlmt although itonlrouH ol riftnuly rolutluim with tbe WILL BE FOUND LOWERConsidering Qualities and Styles Tliun in nnv other house in In consequence of the GltKAT EXTENT of our SALES wo are enabled to do Business on a VERY CLOSE MARGIN and it is a rec ognized fact that we handle by far LARGER QUANTITIES OF GOODS THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE ain now receiving a largo aud varied stock of in all Uie prevising for Spring which I am prepared to make up in GUARANTEEING A Perfect Reasonable Rates and Complete 112 Third llvvulutlou la I1UKNOM May A revolution hau Ijroken out iu Several per hiiviboon kllhtd und many Telnjjraphip coiiiinuulcation had been In and the detaiU thut have beou received Are U jwtrocted form of JorUUo nooinK rannufactiirtU by ni tot tho nittulrty U mlnjitcil for ropfn In n 1 iinnkllluil unO coiu only nbout wmuch ideut in iw i anllv uliliHiU liy UIUKHIUII nnu Saiiaiui aiul dacrtiMn firiof IHtfru by JOHNS 240 242 Randolph New Bolo of JOHNS Mould Holler MDIUJBKD PAOKINO SALIi UY Carpenter and First   

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