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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 6, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON DAILY VOLUME TUESDAY MAY 276 Enos DB ENDS announces that he has established in a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the 1 BOTH MEDICAL and His experience during piany years has convinced him that all diseases can be managed more successfully in an institution of this under the constant supervision of the physician and with the aid of means not other wise than when the patients are seen by their medical advisore 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 audits 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 hie daily personal FOR THE RECEPTION OP For further information address ENOS at the corner of George and Third Latest in Latest and Correct in Latest in Qifltiu anfl Urals Fa THE mm The Death of Senator Beck Announced in Shoes Best and Cheapest AT THE BTTH HOUSES NAME COMMITTEES To Superintend the Funeral of tlio Accusers of tlio Civil Snrvloe Commission ThiMitliiri ImllHim Man Who Will 1rolmlily Ilo llto Uov of VvABHlSUTON May clmplniu In his at the opening of the luiVrral feelingly to tin denth of Senator Dlnekbtirn inniln the formal nrf notmcement of Hecks Reso lutions were adopteil for the appointment of a committee to superintend the funeral ill 1 oclock and the senate ad The presiding olllcer announced the committee to attend the funeral as follows Senators Kvurts and Man In lie In his prayer the house chaplain re ferred to the death of Senator Sen ate amendments to tile customs adminis tration bill were nonconcurred and a conference was liur iows and Carlisle were appointed coufer The house paused under suspension of the rules the bill authorizing the sec retary of war to establish new harbor lines in Portage House bill for the removal of the United States court house building at house bill granting right of way across the military reservation at to the Augustine itud Halifax Hlver Railroad The house agreed to the conference report on the Ok lahoma town Bite Senator Ucclis Death A message was received from the senate announcing the death of Senator of after feeling moved the appointment of a committee to act with the senate com mittee at the and at the house The speaker appointed Breckinridge of Wilson of Ken Dunnell and a committee to act with the senate com mittee at the funeral of Senator ROOSEVELTS SHARP He Amalffiis the Accusers of the Civil Survleo WAsniNUTOX May house committee investigating the charges against the civil service commission heard closing arguments The most interesting part of the hearing was the re marks of Commissioner In closing he said It Is really remarkable that the most rancorous and mendacious singularly unintelligentrmalovo after resorting to every means to procure evidence against has been una ble to point to so much as a single error oi judgment on our Ashailoil for Executing the The simple truth is that we are being not for having administered the law but for having administered it There are upright and honorable men who do not believe in the civil service law and who oppose it on its merits fairly and but none of these is to be found la the ranks of our present Those who are now accusing us hate us for precisely the same reason that a crim inal hates an efficient The best tribute to and measure of the work we have accomplished is to be found in the impotent malice of these a malice which does not excite our anger because it is incapable of rousing a deeper feeling than profound A Disastrous May morn Ing a flre broke out in the a large wooden building in this and the flames quickly spread to adjoining build which were soon enveloped by There being no means of extinguishing the whole village was at the mercy of the The entire business pprtion of the town was twentytwo buildings In Not a store is left In the and most of the stocks wore de The loss is estimated at from to insurance estimated it about ArBulnif for WASHINGTON May attorney for now un der sentence of death by ap peared before the supremo court of the United States Monday morning and made argument for a writ of habeas corpus for his Ills argument was based on the claim I hat this mode of punishment Is cruel and The supremo court denied the habeas but decided to hear an argument for a writ of error May Governor of WASHINGTON May gressman Gorge of Ind is said to the coming man for governor He is very popu lar and a man of high Dan formerly of has pros pects of becoming secretary of the terri tory while Jeorgu who used to live in Posts Is u promising for Not Worried Over the May Trout president of the Kansas State Tem perance issues an address to the Prohibitionists of in which ho suys1 The prevalent alarm occasioned by the recent original package decision of thft supreme court of tliu United States U wholly If any banished saloonkeeper thinks ho can return to Kan sas and run a let him try He will soon receive messages of condolence in Two Sinters Knljoculiul by May and Bessie Pur aged 17 and 10 employed as do mestics ut a boarding 2118 rioutU Halstcad wero found dead In their bed having been suffocated by escaping aimfrom a jet in their room which they hud accidentally loft turned on after ex tinguishing the The girls wore un accustomed to modern and hod frequently expressed their fear of the with which the house wan Billy ut Now NKW May of Streat who U to fight the local light weight and Andy ur rlvul The light luw txiun postponed two weeks to give Myore tiuic 10 perfect bU A E Many of HIP Ilolurn Work May all the workers wao weut out on strike along the black road FridHy returned to work Monday most of them under the 6 mdittons against which they At the McCormick works the full force re ported for the shops of French twothirds of tl e employes returned to work at the former rate of wagoa and hours of but it is understood that a new arrange ment will bo entered Into upon the return of one of the officers of the company who is now In The employes of the Malleable Iron works aro still but they expect to effect a settlement with the company In a day or In the IMauIng Mill The condition of the strike and the strik ers in relation to the eight hour movument in the planing mill district seems to be somewhat token as a the strike nay be put down as a At some of the the men have re turned to work on the old ten hour at others the eight hour day with ten hourswages has been pending fnvthcv while ut other shops the eight hour day has been adopted by the proprietors and eight hours pujhas been accepted by the The The committees appointed by the boss carpenters and the strikers finished their labors at noon The agreement reached will be ubmittcd to a Meeting of the carpenters council and a meeting of the bosses for and it is be lieved that by next Monday or earlier work will be generally The principal terms of the agreement are understood to bo eight a permanent and a minimum rate of wages of cents an Tfo Strike ut the Stock YurdK At the stock yards there was sug gestion of u one yipking house starting up after an days and 500 more men than could be cared Lubor Situation In New NEW May carpenters of this as a did not have to sti Ike Monday to enforce their demands for eight hours as a days At the carpenters meeting hall it was stated that aOO bosses had grauted the demand and that ooly thirtyfive had In the latter plate the men had but it Is expected that all the difficulties will be nettled within a The housesmiths did not go on their demands having been complied NEW BRIDGE AT Interesting at the Oiiunlng of the Ilrldge for May Merchants Ter minal bridge across the Mississippi river was opened for traffic Saturday with im posing Mayor Koonan had declared a public halfholiday for the oc and the merchants and many wholesale houses closed at In thousands of people flocked to the scene and lined the river bunks for blocks at each end of A train carrying Governor of aud with other Illinois the bridge at the east and at the same time another train carry ing Governor Francis and other Missouri and Louis entered from the west the trains meeting in the middle of the The Ceremony ol Here the distinguished visitors and little Josephine daughter of President of the bridge walked to the Ride of the breaking a bottle of wine on the amid tremendous waving of and blowing of steam exclaimed Louis Merchants Terminal 1 christen The trains then crossed to and the Bridge entranse ad dresses to the occasion were delivered by Gov ernor Governor John and lii the evening a banquet at the Lindell hotjcl was given to the distinguished Speeches were made by Secretary Mayor and Are Tired of Keeping May a step to ward the solution of the servant girl ques tion aud to escape the vexations and com plications of housekeaping a number of prominent citizens of the south side are contemplating a trial of Bellamys Utopian idea of H common warding after the style of The lloby at The movers in the scheme are sanguine of suc cess and talk of renting quarters just south of the capltol on Second A groat deal of interest Is manifested In the outcome of the and if success ful it is likely a nuniler of organizations oi like character will bo Demanded Free Silver May At a meeting of the Colorado Silver association held at Opera house Tabor a resolution adopted urg ing upon our senators and representa tives in congress to stand firm for the free and undlmlnlshed coinage of silver on the same terms and basis with and wo cull upon the Farmers Alliances all over the country to join us in securing Its pass Cardinal aiunoni New May accompanied by Joseph ODono h ue and a party of Now who cmue hero to mcort his eminence to New left at in the morning In a special The cardinal will attend the opening of the Now York Immigration aud while in Now York will Iw the guuat of of HID May Gru the of who was Injured last Tuesday night by being struck by Alton poAKimgur train In this died Sunday He was a prominent and his remains wore escorted to Uiu train for Mexico by a depu tation of WanU for May John yard foreman of the Lake Krlo nud western who was thrown under a switch engine some time by thuntep breaking and Ills right arm cut has sued the company for A Dividend for May GumliUs at have distributed uruoiiji I Mr ThU U a somlanruml dividend on their wages of 1SH par Terrible Tragedy Enacted Dur ing a THE RESULT OF A BAD Fred IIulo Miother on the Head with n Whlfflrlrce from tho of Which Hit Wife Murder Committed tiy u nml Jeftloi of Mny aged living near kiljed aged 48 during a family and is In Jail H iiiyH horse hiul cut its font while plow and Fred and his father were talking the matter whiai thinking t icy were blaming took up a whiffle t and started to attiick the The o il moil secured o weapon and Fred In trying to pacify but the latter gruw more Hesriwd an with which he attacked Fr Fred succeeded In getting possession o Jie vhiltltreu mil struck his brother terrible blows on the Henry staggered into the where he fell to the iloor Fred secured a but Henry did not regain con scioilsnoss Hud died ut 3 oclock In the Henry had a terrible tamper and wna ungovernable when HE CARVED HIS A Terrible Dead Committed by a Worth Negro In May of while drunk Friday night at 12 oclock weut to the where his wife was a and demanded that she go She got up and to avoid a and went First he made her hold a light while he killed his dog with an then with a razor he begrul operations on the He cut her throat horribly so she cannot as many veins tnd arteries are Ircsides cuttinr off several of her But for the arrival of a Jack who found the man kicking the dying he would probably have cut her into Jackson had saturated the room with kerosene oil and was evidently intent cm burning the Jealousy is sairl to be the Jackson is a neer do whoso wife had to sup port the Detective 1oUoned May is a good deal ot excitement here over the sudden and mysterious death of Detective Henry who at the January term of succeeded iu having indictments found against eight prominent citizens us the principals iu the celebrated Oman rob which occurred on Strlcklcr has been repeatedly warned to leave the but refused to do On Saturday morning he was taken seriously and Sunday morning he died In great with evidence of hs having been A detective named who was first employed on the Oman rob bery died some time very much in the same manner as and it Is now believed that both men wore The Murderer of LITTLK May the Clay tonBrockinridge investigation James the man supposed to have discovered the murderer of told his Implicating Thomas Hooper as the mur James Hooper corroborated much of the evidence given by During Hoopers examination she denied ever having heard of or having met Her while in the presence of Gov ernor Ragle and saw Sater Satur day and greeted him as an old acquaint j Fought a May Thursday a man rogistered at Folsoms restaurant as of Saturday an other man came and registered as The two went to a In a few minutes two pistol shots were Howard was found wounded in the bowels and Goldman had The wounded man refuses to except to say that his real name is He may Suicide by the GIIH May supposed to be a compositor from New Haven committed suicide in the Hotel Bristol in this He hired the room for two days and on retiring pasted paper over the key holes and crevices of the doom and windows and then turned on the He left a letter saying ho was tired of Found Flouting In the Lake May body of Charles a scliool who mys teriously disappeared from his homo in this city April was found flouting in the lake two miles south It Is thought he committed He leaves a widow and four small Jumped Into the Chlmtgo stylishly drewod about B5 years of committed by jumping into the Chicitgo His body was aud in the pockets were found a god watch and two 1inpty and a card t he of of a May a wealthy fanner residing five and n half mills east of committed suicide at an early hour in the morning by bunging Uluwlf to a tree ncur the No cause is iivniyiiod for tho Kuacraft was US years if FHlliirn of u May special to The Evening Wisconsin from Berlin says the private bank of Chariot Mather has closed lit tilt firm having made an assignment to Joseph James the junior muinlMir of the disappeared The unMilNftiv placed at and the liabilities A Ktublu May stable ol ieorgu at valued at was destroyed by Urn Sunduynjght The onuohman and grootn wero slightly burned while trying to save the conunU of the A of NKW May woman suf frage partys slate committee I ins sent a warm letter of thanks to Charles Stewart Punitll find tho Irish party In parliament for presenting u bill to secure municipal inlTrAge to women In 1 O Eight room Frame good Cis Sink in Magnificent river Lot 50x120 For Splendid Building Lots on Fourth as with rock Magnificent Biver View to each lot Thirty acre farm 2 12 miles southeast of all in Four room log Will sell for less than per to Hjo Buckeye Lawn Base Burners Stored Through Sum mer PiHS 315 Belle HOWELL DEALER IN OIL WILL BE FOUND LOWERConsidering Qualities and Styles Tlnin in other house in In of the GUKAT EXTENT of our SALES we are enabled to do on a VKIIY CLOSE MARGIN and it is a rec ognized fact that we handle by fitr LARGER QUANTITIES OF GOODS THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE I am now receiving a lunjo and varied stock of Clot in all the prevailing for Spring whioh I am prepared to make up in GUARANTEEING A Perfect Fit Reasonable Rates and Complete ROOFING j U the perfected form of IorUUo Jlooflnjr miinufwfnrod by for tlio DiuUlilrty yearn In fur on Btoeu orfltt la nil am lecMlly applied V uiwklllixl anj colts only about Mlf u much tl tiamtiUi and ducrHiitw iiiict MftM ty JOHNS 240 242 Randolph gold WauufactururB of JOIIBB Liquid FireProof FOR SALE J1Y Urpentor and First   

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