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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 7, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON DAILY i VOLUME WEDNESDAY MAY 277 Enos DB ENDS anuounces 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 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 and arrangements are as perfect as IR 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 Bach patient is thoroughly examined by and receives his datiy personal FOB THE RECEPTION OF For further information address ENOS at the corner of George and Third Latest i Collar anfl Latest and Correct Styles in in and Bents Fi Shoes Best and Cheapest AT THE GLOBE An Insane Asylum by Destroyed OVER A HUNDRED INMATES A Great Number of the Crary 1coplo in fuse to Leave the Horning liullillng nnd Are HoiiHti 1 to Dlmmtrotm Cj clont In Ttxns 111 tinlliitth of Fifteen anil irtiit Irfiss to 1rop May following was re coivitt hero Tuesday afternoon May incurve asylum near hero IM bunnng to the ground and in an hour nothing will be left but the ruins of the Thu ire It is in a cupboard in the middle wing of the At present as near as can lie calculated there are from 100 to 150 insane inmates in the flames who will be burned to The lire apparatus is in adequate to control the Tho sight the grounds surrounding the institution bjggars Hundreds of luna tics arc grouped and in a frenzied The nuns going among them trying to allay their cries and they are being removed to places of shel The Montreal flro brigade have ar rived and are at Kufuaed to Lonvc Their Cellft No estimate can yet be of tho num ber of lives Those who perished were in the wards on the top A doctor connected with the institution said there was very little commotion among the in mntcs when the alarm was and the greater number walked out quietly stubbornly refused to leave their and hud to be taken out by Those rescued are billeted out among the different institutions and houses in the The roll will IMS called as soon as possible and theu the missing will be All the books and records were Two firemen from Montreal named Lambert and Dolan had narrow They fell from a ladder nnd were A CYCLONE IN Fifteen Persona Killed and Number Hiidly May 5 Monday a destructive cyclone visited Salt In the eastern portion of Hood At the residence of Lee twelve miles east of that twenty persons were assembled when the cyclone struck the The killed were Delia aged 17 Mary aged 1 and a child of The injured are Rhodes Nora aged 12 years and her 10yearold daughter The above are seriously hurt and may Other children in tho house were badly Other Dumugu At Fall a little farther John Mauleys house was wrecked and he was seriously injured Charles Houstons house was and Rushing hurt Campbells house was blown away Berkleys residence was de stroyed and her arm broken In two places McClungs Jiouse was blown down and his wife and child badly hurt Robertsons house was demolished and Payne Other houses wrecked were those of Alt and The damage to nnd timber is very Twelve More At the little town of on the line of Parker and Hood four people were killed niul a number seriously In Many houses were demolished in that At Robin in Hood eight persons were five of whom belonged to the family of George A heavy hail storm fell throughout this doing immense damage to News from in Young says that a heavy hail storm fell Tho hail completely ruined crops and and corn being completely beaten into the The fruit crop in that section will bo Wreck on the Lohltth Valley May 33 on the Lehigh Valley railroad ran into an Erie gravel train at Painted Post and wrecked both Engineer Diedriob and Fireman of the Ijehigh were Four passengers were slightly Superintendent Steph of the Lehtgh Valley was cut about tho head and otherwise The tracks wore blocked for four Killed by May Gin electric in tho employ of the Detroit Electric Light and Power found dead in the having been shocked to Ho had been connecting dead wires with a light ning arrester up to 10 oclock In the morn when ho sent word upstalrs to turn on the He was not seen until found An IlllnolM Town May town of west of was almost de stroyed by lire at nn early in the Among the buildings burned were Hold redgcfl drug n barber Parishes building and the Simpson build A man named Buskirk fell from one of tho burning buildings and was badly insurance un A Falling Moy scaffoldiug on which four carpenters were on a new building on North gave way and precipitated the men to the a distance of thirty Van has several ribs broken and will doubtless He Mlolo In1 CluhH May U Lau the defaulting treasurer uf the Buffalo was arrested In Toronto charged with and with for gery 111 the third Ijimoster will urobaily light an lie Unit tins money was taken before the new law went into Tim Cinli Wat All May 1C Boyor inducted into the olllre of state triiiHuna Monday unit iitvunnril formal e urge of the ofl1 Kvery trewmry WOM accounted for and thu tor did not occupy more than flfteeu min ONE BIG STRIKE Chicago Carpcmtera Will Work Eight Hours nt 38 Cents Per May carpenters strike was finally when representatives Df tho carpenters council and tho new Boss Carpenters and Builders association mot at the Grand Pacific and slgaod tho ixrecmcnt which bad been reached by tlie arbitration By thcterms at the agreement the men are given an ighthour overtime is rated as time and a Sunday time is rated as dou Lile each contractor is allowedto lain his present apprentices and take one now apprentice each and the asso ciation to employ none but union men and foretnun and to sublet no con jts from the old Carpenters anJ Build tra The Minimum Tho minimum pay for carpenters is fixed nt 85 cents an hour until and after that date it will be cents an Itepreseniatlvcs of the carpenters council ind the Boss CariHiiiters association met Tuesday morning and signed thq articles jf The arbitration tees will be continued OH a permanent committee to settle any dispute nmy irise hereafter between employers and em The men will return to work ut DU Blurhle CuttiTH anil Iron Ail the marble cutters in the city have achieved the eighthour daywith tho ex ception of the employes two and the indications arc that these two will sub mit before Tho employes of the Malleable Iron works are still out with iinall prospects of effecting a settlement with their All other factories along the black rood except one or two small establishments are running and there has been no disturbance thus far on that celebrated THE KAISER IS FOR WllllnmH Speech at the Opeii IIIK of the May emperor in person opened the reiohstag The im perial opening address declared that tho sfforts to iniiintnin the of Europe are being persevered In and will be con The emperor expressed his con fidence in his ability to demand the confl lenoe of the great powers in Germanys iesire to maintain pacific relations with all the He also snld that in the cul tivation of defensive and in the perfection of her military Ger many performs a duty which aims to ye ure continental To accomplish this the government ask for a mw military The emperor then an nounced that the government will intro duce into the reichstag industrial legisla tion looking to amelioration of ondiUon of the working Evidently Horn To Be May a lad of 17 years residing at 198 Twentyfourth was shot shortly before noon Monday by u companion named Ed Mc Both boys are memlwrs of a crowd of young fellows who hang out about Twentyfifth and State Sun lay night a quarrel arose among them iu ivhich Boston and McCoughan took active nnd opposite Yesterday noon while Boston was walking on State Mc Coughan stole np behind him draw ing a fired a bullet into the formers McCoughau was locked PutU Green In the May Win aged 18 tho son of n wealthy farmer who resides at aear this is now in a dying condi tion from the effects of drinking a pint of whisky Sunday Susan i hired in company with young assisted In drinking the lied Monday An investigation de veloped the finding of Paris green in a part of the whisky that remained in tho A Monster Strike May general strike involving the coke workers in tho Jonnellsvillo region is threatened unless the Frlck company resumes operations at its valley The miners claim that the company has broken tho while the operators say the men have not Sjeen filling the A decision in the matter will bo reached Tho opera xrs think o settlement will bo reached without a A UlHhonoHt Colored May Arm appointed postmaster at Kocky some time ago on the recommendation of Congressman Cheut was convicted on Thursday last at Nowberue of emtiozzling moneys which amo into his hands to tho amount of and was sentenced to imprisonment in the penitentiary lor three Ammultud und Ilobbed by a May i wealthy farmer living alone a few miles south of was murderously DJa tramp while at work in hU Ho Aos knocked bound und ind robbed of WOO which he had on his The thief then ransaoked the but failed to Hud which was joucealed Adcock was badly Will Bull In Original Sioux May 1 the sa horo all closed pursuant to an order Irom Mayor Now they are opened up agnlu and arc running wide The proprietors say that if arrested and fined ihey will sell in origlunl packages ind they expect to be able to carry on helr business In spite of the law and pub lic Notuble AfTHlr ut May Krancis Scott Key national which opened at Ora xirlo hall Mouday will IKJ one of tho nost notable affairs of the kind over held President Harrison hiw signified his to attend the one even and several other dignitaries from the luTlonnl capita from May horses In this county have died from hydropho They had recently IMKII bitten by a ttbid Due of the animals died In the fearful Iu screams of an rtiisli rencrnbltd those of a human the dog Vordlrt Atfulnit tt May jury In tho libel brought by Broker James of tfew agiiinut Tho Boston Advertiser plaintiff sought to recover brought in verdict or for fee Close Call for Bloodshed at Little ASSAULT IN THE COMMITTEE During tho ClnylmillmckonrUlne Invcstl gallon McCluro Ntrlkm Attorney Armntrmifi In tho Clayton Hem fur hut Iownll Clnjton Him ffom Whnt Cauncil the LITTLE May 800 witnesses testified buforo tho Clayton Bnckciiridge luvesUgnUon The majority of them were negroes and swore they voted for John Clnytou for One huudreil and fifteen of them lived in river towns in Woodruff tinremainder In Cottonplnnt and Woodruff and in How ard Conwny The great est sensation that over took place In tho federal court room in this city occurred 8 oclock in the TliomuH Hooper had juHt lluislicil giving evidence In which she acknowledged Unit she was acquainted with when the Carroll ArmntronR arose and ad the committee aw follows Chairman There have been some foul charges against tho people of Mor rilton and Conwny counties by the mouth piece of Powell 1 desire to en ter un nppcnrnnce for the people of CJh nuy Note thnt Armstrong desires to enter an appearance for Conwny fiuid Lacey to the Struck Armstrong In tho I understand this committee intends to adjourn within a short time after having received testimony here that would cnet a cloud upon the people of Conway county and retire to the city of for the purpose of making their con tinued I think that is quite said 1 insist that this committee shall sub poena witnesses from the people of Cocway among the good people of Couway refute uic charges that have been made by this iufamous and vile No sooner had Armstrong uttered these words than Judge McCiure sprang from his seat and struck the Conway Bounty attorney in the The court room was and everybody was on liis Order 1limlly Clnyton readied for his pis Hold hold exclaimed Powell dont want any of Friends caught hold of who was struggling desperately to get to the judge to the Stop right here stop shouted that wont Search him and see if ho is ried out Why dont the committon arrest him exclaimed Powell That would put an end to In a moment Armstrong was led out of the room and quiet being the investigation proceeded wlth 3iit further ABOLISHING CAPITAL Some New York Give Their Opin of the NEW Yon May Herald has in terviewed several judges as to the advisa bility of abolishing capital The general opinion of the bench seomB to lie against the Judge of the supremo says I have not the doubt that the abolition of capi tal punishment would result in multiply ing homicides to a degree that we have no of at the present IJniileU IlluetrntoH the Judgo of the general says Capital punishment I acts a great deterrent of ind if It is abolished homicides will in crease to a great Judge f expresses similar and ites a case of a man who followed his victim thrbagh several states and finally murdered him in where capital punishment had just been He ivas sentenced to life but lie people were so outraged by his Insolent tud audacious crime that they lynched Thomas In May letter from the late George Thomas has found iu the state archived hero dated Now March addressed to jovcrnor of in which the writer acknowledges receipt of an offer jf tho position of chief of ordnance of Vir ginia if he would resign from tho and says It is not my wish to leave the service of the United States HO long as it Is honorable for me to remain in it and herefore so long us my native state VIr jtinla remains in the Union it Is my pur pose to remain In the uiiluw re quested to mrforiu duties alike repulsive jo honor and Capture of u May hc attorney who killed Prlchard at Coldwater Iwit Wednesday was aptured early Aiouday muni inn I en miles louth of the state on the Clmurron Miles refused to surrender to tho apturing party of fifteen They fired in him and wounded him In lioth when he gave A sent bock to Coldwater wit h tfio Tho iouriur dei es knowing anything about a but no one familiar with the doubts that Miles was either lynched immediately after he was captured or will trover Clevulitml May deeds jonveying three of hind on BrUtow Illulf in town from Wllllum Brine Hid Hunnnh Brine U were recorded Monday In the Plymouth lounty The property lies on tho about nlglit miles south of Plym jutli in u heautiful location not j from the line of tho proposed Plym uth anil liurndalt Hunk OttlfluU In May has procured or tho urivat of Precl I Itlit of tlie Bauk of and iinrlci iiiiinayur of the West i brunch of tho for re toivlnr depocjt tram lilu when they mew the tank to to The to ttued will be FOR Eight room Frame good Cis Sink in Magnificent river Lot 50x120 For Splendid Building Lots on Fowlh as foilowsv with rock Magnificent Kiver View to eaclMot Thirty acre farm 2 12 miles southeast of all in Four room Cog Will sell for less than per to Lawn Base Burners Stored Through Slim mer PIUS HAMILL 315 Bolle HOWELL DEALER IN OIL Our WILL BE FOUND LOWERConsidering Qualities and Styles Tbun in any other house iu In consequence of the EXTENT of our KALES we are enabled to do JliHincss on a VERY CLOSE MARGIN and it is a reo ognizocl fact that wo handle by far LARGER QUANTITIES OF GOODS THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE mm SOIR I am now receiving a largo and varioJ stock of in all Ujo prevailing for Spring which I am prepared to make up io Uit GUARANTEEING A Perfect Fit Reasonable Rates and Complete 112 Third ASBESTOS ROOFING EaUUioluxl Thin U Iho parfccUd form of 1orUblo RooBna manuficturuil by tar Iliu pvit thirty yoorx U uilaiitril uo on or But In all can Iwimlly liy emu only ubout lulf Miuucli iu XtunpUi oiut Uuortiitict IMjrtt by JOHNS 240 242 Randolph Mew Kola or Mqrild llnU Hunting Bicaiu IJuilcr UOULUICU PIUTORUOI KOH HY Carpenter and   

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