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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 5, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH. VOLUME 29. A LTON, ILL., MONDAY EVENING, MAY 5. 1890. NO. 27o ASlll Dr. J. W. Enos' Sanitarium ALTON, ILL. DR. ENOS announces that he ha* established in a building purchased for the purpose % SANITARIUM for the TREATMENT OFALL CURABLE DISEASES. BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL. His experience during many year* has convinced him that all diseases can be managed more successfully in an institution of this kind, under the constant supervision of the physician, and with the aid of means not otherwise at command, than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers st intervals of several horn's or davs. The position of the SANITARIUM Is high, and the surrounding are free horn all noxious influences. It Is readily reached by the Second street horse cars, and is near the Union Depot. The building is large, and arrangements are as perfect as Is possible from • knowledge of sanitary science and tho requirements of such an institution. Electricity in all its forms; Oxygen and its compounds; Baths, Douches, Massage, Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided an may be required by pa gents, in addition to such other treatment as may be deemed advisable. i    A    LAROE    SOLARIUM For Sun Baths and exercise in cold and inclement weather, etc., is provided. Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and receives hit daily personal attention. Wow ODen FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS. For further information addrest Dr. ENOS at the SANITARIA, corner of George and Third its., Alton, III. Latesl in Latest ii Beaded Wraps aoli Capes. Blad. Collar aal Fallers. - ALSO— Labor Troubles Cause Turbulent Scenes in Spain. EXCITING TIMES AT BARCELONA Mob* of How linn Mf ii Throw Tram-! ar* front th* I ra* It* mid < <>in,».-l flu ( nm-|M»itur« on tho I'apera to unit Work Mini .loin in tho IU >to«*« th* mono!lotion* -Troop* trrive mol Dl*»|»«*ri*u th# Crowd* Moduli*! * To ho « Hood. M \Ullin, May 5, Th*- industrial -It un tinfi in Spain ha* rapidly ar«um**d a moat I hrehtolung Mpt-ct. Tin" laU>*t advices from linneluna are up to midnight, ami represent th# position maintaining in that city a** In lug on*- which prow-ut* many of th#* ain rot cr pha-n * of m trial revolution. In addition to the riotou* exct’Has* already rrjHirtwl, the tram-care were prevented from running. armit* of them being thrown from the truck* and amaahed. Muto of howling, threatening men mar*-hoi to the various newnpajier office* and com pol Ic*] th**    alture to leave their desks and swell tho ranks of the law-defy ara Aa a consequence of thla action the newspaper* of Hare* Ionia have been compelled torus-(tend publication. More ominous than any other one incident, however, ta tile sudden appearance every where uptm tin* city walla of (laming placards urging the yet partially segregated demonstrators to form themselves into a com pad Issiy for pillage and resistant* to t lie preservation of law and order. < barged the Ntiitibara Mob. Numerous engagements took place bt* t wren the police and the mob. K*peatedly the borne pollee charged the atubhoCR crowd*, abd as repeatedly were the judice men compelled to ret reat. Up to a late atour in the evening the great city remained under tin* almost undisputed control of the enemies of s**elal order. Its mu alditol government ami it** citi***n# seemingly paralys'd at the tx tent «ut*l pfopor-tions of the sudden danger with which tliey were confrontal. Tmojro were, however, on their way to the jam!* st rh ken city, ami (luring the evening three regi-tnenta of soldier* arrived for it* protection. Death Would Be the l'«*in*lty. * Immediately upon the entry of the sol-dicn*the military governor of the district apjieared and warned the striking work men, and the mob element that death would he the penalty meted (Hit to those w ho attempted to interfere with til# lils'rty of action "I aitch men as « hose to continue af work. The lr* *-•(<•* wet** then ortlered t«> advance *ij«*fi the enormous throng which confronted them The crowd wa* for tim Urn** cowed, aiel slowly aud doggedly (li»j*-n»ed. A More Confident feeling. In the face of the fact that a continuance ut ^kmden wa* looked for, the public market ojiened up os usual Number* of workmen are al**** resuming t L**ir orris* pations. With the arrival of the troop* bas come an increased feeling of confl donee, and the authorities declare their aiiiiity to reprem any future disturbances, i Manufacturer* ami the jirojirietor* of •hops have been urged to keep their «*tab-i liahmnut* ojsen, and. In the event of their | doing so, have been guaranteed ample pro I feet I* rn from mob viol* non Latest and Correct Styles in Millinerv Novelties. LM ie Mio! sod Cool s Fanflanpes Shoes Best and Cheapest A1 THE GLOBE. ALTON, ILL. cor I not a mallet was lifted or a chine] ased at nny of the retail yard* except where lh** demand* were granted At some of tlw yard* the Immkh* granted the req Bent. but at moat place* it wa* refused. H ny Iron Worker* st Work. With the exception of the employee at the Malleable iron work*, many of the Iron worker* have ret timed to work and their demands granted with the understanding that they shall returu to the old standard in the case of lite demand* being »<>t generally acceded to. The VicVormick factory i*running with a redmvd force. There was no sign Saturday of trouble along the celebrated black road " Situation at Boston. Ib>-Y«ijf, May A- The third day of the cnrjM-ntem strike In thin city finds the tit oat ion practically unchanged though the men *••<* in it nighing to lower their confidence of nucn*w hut rather a few thing* to increase that confidence. A thou* md men gathered iii the Tremont Tempi* Saturday. The leader*, delivered p I aa** Im* urging the men stand finn The f reestone ('utter*' Strike. Ikr-To.v, May 5.- At a meeting of th* locked out freestone ( utter*, it wits shown hat not one < utter had gone to work in lite )'•« krd out yards, anil President Cur toy ti aimed that    from reliable *<>urtt'e of information, he was warranted in cay mg tim! the New England freestone contract nr* did not have fifty < utter* In their em ploy Miner* Demand a Haler. Bloom)notox, 111*.. May ll.—Th* miner* near this city    have made a    demand for ITS, cents    a Pm raise    iii the price of mining    Th* coni j>* is*    refused, nod stated if the turn struck they would dose tis* min* indefinitely. SHEMA SI IMH Citator Beck Drops Dead in a Railway Station. HE HAO JUST COME FROM NEW VORK The situation ta Kroner. {’AKIN May A-The position of affair* in the department of the Nord continua* to Increase in gravity, At Turcotng the •trike baa Worn* general, all cia**** of labor Joining th* miner* in their struggle to bring about an amelioration of existing industrial condition*. TIM striker* ar* •till sttocwwful in their effort* to prevent the «»oaIi number of workmen who deair* to work from reaching their place* of employ ti tent. Ro formidable ha* th* mova-ment Impolite, that the heavy tv enforcement* which have already arrived In nepotic- to Friday * call do not suffice to la stun public > oiiftdehce The toro-1 a1 bl* Are Arrive. M Aldim, May A—The executive commit bv of the Socialist party here ha* taken a band in th** prevailing labor agitation. The committee ha- culled a mu-** meeting of workingmen to meet at the music hall. From I heir meet mg there tin* Sodalist* pntjsM* to march in proocarioa to the real dence of Senor Saga*!*, the prime mink** Ut. A petition baa two prejtared which will tie handed to the premier. The petition ask* the government to promptly in trod nee into the Corte* a bill making a legal day’s work consist of eight hour*. Troop* Collet! Iii for Striker*. Pa BIK May ft The strike at IP ut felix is extending to adjacent communes The striker- attacked Holden** factory »tCroix Friday, Intruding to plumier it. They •battered all thw window* and bad nearly effected an entranee when the troop* arrived and drove them off. The mob I hen proceeded to the telegraph office aud gut tnt it.    ____________ Gladstone I short* L*b*r. 1/ tx la is, May ft Gladstone ha* written I a letter to Lloyd’* New* exhorting the ' working (’lasses f>> consoler drawly til.ar preMstit jsdtion. There may come a lime, he says. VS ion later will Is* too -troitg for caitu a I, and may use it* strength unjust ly. Lur capital will turd) h« Id It*own Took th* Bishop'* Advice. I)! rn iv. May ft Acting on (he advice of Archbishop Walsh, the ut rifting employee of the ‘lr* at Southern and We-tern Railway company ba*v re* mm d work on the modified term*, submitted by the com pan>'« director* CHICAGO LABOR TROUBLES. Temporary Settlement of the stash. Door •nil It 11 ail Murker** strike. j Clite goo, May ft -The strike of the *a*b, door and blind Worker* in the lumber dis trirt was settled tempi rarity Saturday morning in mot* than half the factories, the employers granting the . ght hour day until Monday when a final answer to toe demand will lie giv en. The em pl oyer* say | the con* cs«i it will not la* ext. tided be yond next Fonda) unit** the * hour day i- made ani renal I he *.rt.*r of eight hours and eight hours* j*»y lo ti.e ton saslt, * door and l>lind worker* on strike at the U I j j, Meyer it Hon » company wa* refused. the men caving they wottkl bav« eight hour* with I inc hours pay *»r nothing Markle « airer* ton. a® ?i<. .I* t go work in t b* morning boy*. unto** tnt* boaaaa girt you eight I in. and him* hour* j ay,” wa* (I ** word tho walking ( - I* *».« f    M    iri.lv Curter- union ; .--<•! juicily around t*. the men it all ti* r. tail marble cutting I yard . fttday n gbt Hist incant tbat&AJO glen would go on str ke. Tr *4 (MI have mill fight And When A Im.at In I titer the Baltimore •ltd Pntnmsi Depot Fell Suddenly Dead -The Senate Immediately Ad to inn When Whittled of the Kentucky statesman'* Untimely Knit Speaker Head'* Kraal-detrital llinMM. Wahhixoton (’ITV, May ft Senator Beck, of Kentucky, dropjs-d dead at the Baltimore aud Potomac railroad stat ion at a few momenta after 4 o’clock Saturday afternoon I Ie-pent Frhlay in New Fork city and had just arrived on the 4 o'clock train from that city He alight cd from th* train, and while passing into t hr station, fell, .md Intmedi UXITOI MCK. atfl.v **pir d. The Bew* of hi- death wa* tele|*honcd to the senate, and upon it* announcement, the ■enate at once adjourned Sketch of fit* Career. .Taint**. It. Beck wv.* born in rhitnfrto* ■hire. .scotland. Feb. 18, KW., received an academic education in Bent land. gredu •ted a* a lawyer at Transylvania uniter kity, lexington, Ky., In kiwth, l**t>. and practiced there, ne'er bidding any office until eld (cd a it present ut iv* In the Fortieth, Forty-fitst. Forty second, and Forty third congress declined a re-elect ion tu* representative; was chs ted to the United Flats* nrhatc as a la ne erat, to succeed John W, Ste' enaou. Democrat, took his •sat March A 1877, and was resits teal in IVC! and IN— Hi-term of scrvi-e would have expire*! March it, I Sd REED AND THE PRESIDENCY. Ills Na ok I hr*-red at Ute Worth Carolin* Republican .%*ooe4atton. Wa*I|IXOTU> ClTT, May A—speaker lined * preshh iittal boom ke«;•» jogging along. At the last monthly tm vt mg of th* North Carolina Republican association, which wa* attended by a large mini brr of visitors from other state .woes-latten- (go* of the notable features woe th.* great applause which grwtod every mention of tit* : name of speaker Heed, John IL Htnitb Odd the meeting that “lf the I to jai bl haji* j sin .ti Ll name a leader lit lim with the | hawk lame and the grit of Tom Reed the Bepill divan j*arty will sweep the country." i ll* said: “Tim- country wants a fire. a dent w bo Ira* the cpu rag. to give a itepublican ad in I lust ration and make posMble a free I .'silent and a fair count ta every township, i «(»uutv, and stat* in th* Union, and Tom | Reed tuts that kiud of otmragw.” Pi .-alden! la! Komi oat Iona. WMsMlKtiTDg ClTT, May V—Th* pre*! dent has san! to the senate tim following nomination*; J. 8. Durham, of Pennsylvania, to h* ooosul of the United At af* a at Beal Ik-nungu Hour) L Whiting, of New V ark, to bo a awm bor 14 the Mississippi river commission. I). Iv Pry ant, of Texan, United Hutto* district judge for the east-orn district at Texas Isaac Ullin an, of Iowa, assistant appraiser of mercbandi**, dlat riot of New Orleans Cee **»i-"«t(i*»l. WaahisotoX Uitv. May ft. - The ornate Friday pained the customs administrative , bill and the house defeated the interna fall A* yet the markets for material* tional c..tty right I (111. but a motion to re U*.*n much affts ted, though sales ri    *.    ... Away (tut In Mon t'ranclaeo. San FkaN( ikX), May S.- -Alsiut (ivrpontera, Joiners and mill worker* struck forth, eight hour day 'I'he owners declare they will resolutely against the ti. tnand. A DARING EXPERIMENT. A Man Drop* trtsui a na*p«-ti*lA*i ll r I it ft t« Test a lire Sarape. NI At. Alt A F.'UU. V Y, May 5 -ii J. Ath«»y* of Marbm, Ark., dropjwd fnuti the upjier ausjieti-ion bridge Into a ftuail b*-d waiting few him in the river balow. The dbl alice I* about KIO fret, and he was* sided by an aluminum steel tape His time of descent was four a cond*. Tbs object Wit* to U-t the tape sr a fire cecal a* from tall buildings. One end of the tape wa* fastened to the bridge, arid the rest >g it was wound around a small reel. This reel At hey gloried in his hand, and press lug t in brake attachment could deoctmd with lightning rapidity or stop at will. A Mother Teat Made, When aboat two feet from the w ater, I and while hanging at the retd of over IVA* feet of th* tape, ha had hi* picture taken. Iii* weight Is UK pounds, aud the tape baa a sustaining power of TSU jsmnds. Atimy also fastened bl* line to a tree on Goat Island and dD>jt|i*d ov«r the cliff and I de**-ended to the dope midway lait ween the stairway leading to the Cave ut the I Wiuiis and the American Fall*. Had the ! wire jiarted he would certainly have met i death tm the rocks below, lHiii rn Cm.'* Meekly Ut**tea. New Yomt, May k*~K ii. Dun tk Cb.'a j weekly review of trade says that the out- j look for industries and legitimate trade is distinctly leaa favorable, owing to damage to wheat and cotton and Tailor dis j turban.*# The markets at Chicago have been much influenced by iufonnatian of Injury to wheat. From Hi Paul. Omaha, and Milwaukee reports of the outlook are more favorable, but abort crojis of winter wheat and of cot tem would tie felt next have not cd lumber are restricted in antne cities. The immediate prospect is that many Industrie* may be to mum extent disturbed for weeks to come. Royalty at a Stanley Receptlaa. I jo* hon, May ft. ~-Stanley was enter tallied at a reception Friday night by the Km in Rey relief committee. The Primas of Wale* presided. Among th*we present were tin* Prim <-ss of Wale* and her daughter, Prince** Victoria, the duke and duel) ess of Edinburgh, the Ion! mayor and other n*Aahl« pcroona. The Print** of Wale# welcomed Mr Stanley in the name of the |Moplr of England, and proposed a vote of thank* to Stanley, w hich wa* ear ried by acclamation. The ttpeeeh Aided the (till. Lox DCM, May ft.—Balfour’* brilliant sjiaec-h on the Irish land purchaae Mil in the house of commons mimer)eely aided the bill and greatly added to hi* repute lion a* an orator The speech wa* remark ably free from the biting nar-aua* and lariat 't- invective whh'b usualljr character iii* the declaiuaUir) effort* of the Irish xeo-rotary, and his political op|wmenf* hare freely Joined with the rucmbers of hi* own party in extending their onngraf ula- ^ 0 * u,k _ » . Rain ta Rev-over Land*. c«(tinder and snot her to lay that motion on the table were pending at adjournment. The house Saturday paced the diplomatic and consular appropriation toll. Ordered It Brasil. Vt smi I sotux ClTT, May A—The squad n»u of evolution, now In European water* baa lawn ordered to proceed to Brasil. MATRIMONY WITH AN “IF." Mew -I > Ie af fulling a* th* nuptial Hatter J u*t Out et 'Otero. Bah Pliant, iwxi, May ft—Bittor the Hharon divorce case Han Fraucieen he gallied notoriety for tie extraordinary marriage coo tracts, hut the ijueereat document un record just filed here reads; “Rec<grilling the eternal law* of aaiuiw and marriage as to the right relation of oexes. and re vigil Isl ng ahu the natural equality of women, and believing her advent upon this planet wa* the Maine ae that of man. not aa recorded by Chris thai nor other gads, we by throe present* tusk* known to all whom ll may noooetm that we l»e re by aneurin* the relationship of h u« I auld aud wife and agre** to lore and cherish each other through life tf we possibly tm* Ute parties to the contract are Henry F El** re. German, to years of age, and strike. True to their laes were originally <U*adM for lh. -tate. hut the <!• <1*1 Mi w>w rcv. r*»-d and the casus dlsmtowti This last decision was made in regard to a motion for a rehearing. Callfwrtita t'rop I’r. roper ta. BAX FUA Note (*, May A—The Chronicle has reports ft rn all the counties of the ktate, giving an • atlmab* of the crop pre* jMorte Cor thtv M-aooti While the grain boa suffered to litany of tin* large counties owing to the »• rvasive rains, the dispatcher •bow that the quaiity of birth wheat aud barley will to goal, and the yield of all kind* of fruit will to* enormous. A (oiti*lM*i al Ara. i>>NIs>n. May ft. The British steamer Salt arb k colti'lv I with the Brittah at cloner Mount Olivet a* Gibraltar, and the latter as* a.! liadly damagt'd that she sank. The Mount olivet »»< an iron, -*rew ab etter of MRc* ton*, aud was tomud from Hollo to Montreal UImIh( front I lilt ann. CMM AUO, May Ii. -Ii W lirtgg". a news paj- r man hem Arkansa*. who came here to buy a hon* and lot in the auburtro, has to** mi - a,4 in irly «» wro-k, and foul play hi fear**! Mr Briggs lied a oomd.irrabie ,.!>... ait of mon*y with him when last seen. Ar. inventor ta Tronble. iv •-'Ton. May A—'William H GII mail. MU in- • (dor with headquarter* et AM Waahiiigt « 'ire ' hoc failed Hie liatoli-tlc* amount to ftrt,(«t>. of whkh W TO is a < ured sud -A4.800 partially secured FOR SALE. Eight room Frame House, good Cellar, Cistern, Sink in House, Magnificent river view. Lot 50x120 For $1,250. Splendid Building Lots on Fourth street, as to lows, 60x120. $1200: 60x120. $1,000; 63x120, with rock foundation, included* $1,350. Magnificent River View to each lot Thirty acre farm 2 I*- miles southeast of Brighton, all in cultivation. Four room frame-house, Cellar, Barn, (log) Granarv, Smoke-house* Well, Cistern. Will sell for less than $35 per acre. Money to Loan. Oorsey & Mid, I Belle street. Buckeye Lawn Mowers. To Houselteepera. Baw Bn r fie rn Stored Through the Hummer Months. Pins & HAMILL. 315 Brl Ie afreet. A. J. HOWELL DEALER IN CARPETS, CURTAINS, CLOTHS, RUGS, OIL J’  — W * «p**wgxi| IXWtMMMIf    re***    »**    *    *hw *w rewideiit if Caxadaru, Cal. and Nellie J. lO.QOD.OODaeron of land from Texas rail* Lu--ut nu Englishwoman ft' years of agr, read* ob the groumi thai they warn I Beg j aud n resilient of Northfield, Mien Eton ally granted from the public free arh<«4 Wffltod ♦« a aolaif puldir to a. know l«lgt* r>*Mervathm haw to*«-ii etcrniM. Th* 1 th* (■■►utnu t, hut the MiMyf advlred Klaet to jump overboard bacauai* he was insane. Made Gaud the Im*. Bsnrnao, Iowa, May A - -Seven years ago I F. C. King. th* eounty treasurer, was si I loged to be a defaulter lo the extout of ll4,OOH. He was tri><d for «ul»e*l* meat aud i Mmtonec*! to three yearn lo the jieniten-tlary, hot apjienlrel, anil bis tmm hi d ill before Ute court* Bult was thought againrt his bund*mc it rrd ttosy were held liable for iii# amount af tbs all.g.*d defal* ration aud interest, a total of ftA'«« They i ie p< >Med that aum here sod rd in bunted the cairny for na loss. King is living In I ho -»4* ( Ringed with a flee*,* Ran. 1 Cl sc IXN ATI, May A—It leak*"! out Fri-terday minting that Miss I^ottor* Hruith, ilaoghtor of na Mayor Smith, aud John lh»Mn-oat, Jr . the abow man slijijv-d over to Gretna ‘.nom from Mkysrillv, Ky , sod I were married by the famous .Suture Baas toy, Mia*. Smith’s tother, who I* bow Unite i S'ate' ct'Hector at this port, denies th* *tury. hat hie language abow* that he to not altogether nun* about it. A Bu rtf tar Dtagulaed a* a Wiinu, UMI in v, Kau May A- A burglar wa* .Umovered in the resnl#h*c of T 3. Ach*-j ll. and tin neighborhood a as aroused. It proved to ha a man diMguioed tx womaa’s (balling lit wa* t'hwsly po.eu.d aud .* a i * vt-ral tim** but flnally • m ai agit I. -( without b .ng w .ii i Ratoy burglaries have town rom od Red here rereutly. IO Our Prices WILL BK FOUND LOWER-Considering Qualities and Styles-- Than in adv other house in Alton. In consequence of the ORK AT EXTENT of our NALES we are enabled to do A Hilliness on a VERY CLONE MARGIN and it ie a recognized fact that we handle by far LA RU ER (QUANTITIES OF GOODS THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE CITY. SMM IL I am now receiving a large ami yarn-1 stock of Cloth*, in all the prevailing a bade*, for >{HriDg Suit*, which I arn prepared to make up In th a Most Fashionable Stvles, GUARANTEEING A Perfect Fit Reasonable Rates and Complete Satisfaction. H.C.G. Moritz. 112 Third st. ftvUub.--. st4 XX. w. JOIi NS’ ASBESTOS pstestxb ROOFING FIRB'PROOr. Thin I*lh* perf* ring ferm of Purist4* Rnngng mas*fa tang to *» fat Un stet thirty y*nr*j I* adspuri I r u-« aa «<■*• ut flat roof* in ail (SaMM, vs-i to (-M»ly apt* "I 1 * «n**a    wivkmro. ad cast* only stout to t tm ana a A hr i.u    arui    Ssnmyaiw /-r^* :utjr*4bg ’ M. W. JOHNS HF6. CO.. HO k 142 Riidilfl St., Ckiutl. Mew Vurlt. l*htlaxlelpHDi. l.o*»«l*»u. * gal* H*»iufsrttir**r« of ll, W. JOIIfl 1 1.nj*1>| fist-, A»l«*-f-rn Flr*-Pn»»f i * Ft it". Ari*"UTO to* a,-I I'ockn..:*, BwI*rC*.vurmj{»,eW, rt'LX ABI." !'(»* MOI LD ICS PI4TOR.UOU IMCKIVU RI ft Ut. C ABM CTS. U1W. FOR N\LE BY W. IL WA VR Aft, Carpenter and Builder, No. IS. First st,, Alton, III. , r. UUontklrg*. B <'

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