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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 12, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 AT TON BAILY TELEGRAPH.  VOLUME 2;>.  If! NWD AT  The Defaulter Captured Near Duluth, Minn.,  WHEN FREEDOM WAS JUST IN SIGHT.  Tin* Ahanmtlrr ll ml Tx It rn * ll. tit I for € smut* but TV xx ftU n i ptnl by a |H>-»• « ti*# ut Tw <> it arb. .rn an.I l’lw. .-.I I it*  ' Ty of HIW Stealings I.lilt*. K\,- b«*<l a  Dr. J. W. Enos' Sanitarium,  ALTON, ILL.  DR- ENOS announces that he ha* established in a building pure ii awd for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the  TREATMENT OFALL CURABLE DISEASES.  BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL.  His experience during many years 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 other* wise at command, than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers at intervals of several hours or dave.  The position of the SANITARIUM is high, and the surroanding are fret from 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 aa perfect as is poas hle from s knowledge of sanitary science and the requirements of such an institution.  Electricity in all it* forms; Oxygen and its compounds; Baths, Douches, Massage, Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided as may he required by patients, in addition to suoh other treatment as may be deemed advisable.  A LARGE SOLARIUM  For Hon Baths and exercise in cold and inclement weather, etc., is provided.  Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, ami receives hi* daily personal attention.  Now Open  FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS.  For furth«r information addrest Dr. ENOS at the SANITARIUM, corner of George and Third its., Alton, III.  Latest ii Dress Goods.  Latest in Beaded Wraps and Capes.  Latest and Correct Styles in  Millinery Novelties.  Latest ia Him aid Bent s Fandangoes  — ALBO—  Shoes Best and Cheapest  AT  THE GLOBE.  ALTON, ILL.  der Arrest— TI*.  ■*h( Flight from  Fast Life.  Duluth, Mina., May li.~W. H, I*oiw> the •uranium.'    Louisville hank Plier,    wan  rapture!    near    hero,    on a boat on hi*    way  to ('anmia, l»y I>. t**ctlre Crawford, who represented Home fidelity company w hich had signed Pope'* bond. Crawford traced hi* man to Milwaukee, thence to this nee-thin, whom    he  learned that    he  had taken the •tea mar Dixon, for C a a a d a. Crawl' int took the t rain for Two If Ariton, Minn, intercepted the boat, and caught Ida man. Shortly bef ors the pc'1*11* cr Hiram A. Dixon of Booth’* line left here two gentlemen came to the  william ii. roes. ***** * n *' **k«d when the boat would leave for Port Arthur. latter they went Into the catlin and asked to In* owlnnel to a stateroom at  once. The rapt ai ti asked them if t hey had ascared th bet*. They raid they woald get them on lie- twat. Manager <• entry and aeveral employee of the Booth company Maw them ftittinu there, hut no one heard them eay anything except once, when one gentleman said to Hie other: Grid, give me that paper." Shortly afterward the Inuit learned out of the hsrlsir and wait •ooh out of eight.  Mired a apeelsl Fugit***.  About an hour afterward a very much flurried man tunned Crawford went lnU» the Hoot h office and naked when the I a tat l< ft for Canada. Ile aaa told that it hail Juat gone ami that no other would leave before Sunday. Af tbU intoiliaettce he ►won* a little and war apparently quite angry At length he told Mr. Coventry that hi* wife wa* dying in Port Arthur and that ho wanted to wee her alive. Coventry sn guested that he try to get a spacial engine for Two Harte ira ami catch the lioat there Tide he did It now ap jwar* t hat thin man wa* a fully empowered officer of the law for the Fidelity ami Casualty company of New York, which make* a special work of fumi»htng Indemnifying bonds. This company wa* on tile honda of Pope for a large sum. The detective ha* been following Pupa, who travel* under the name of J. ti. Walker, ami hi* companion, named Griffith*, for several we* k*. and almost caught them in Milwaukee He traced them here and pinched tile pair on the Dixon.  He Mole WOO,OOO MIMI Fie*!.  William H. Pope wa* teller of the I .oui* Ville ('tty National bank -**d st rusted era pioye ami t*«tk RHI,(KM* of the bank'* money March X Bis al *, nos at the tank the next morning at Amt excited no sutqtickia, aa It wa* *upp>>*ed be wa* at hit Nick si* ter’* bedside, or la the country detained by the flood When no word wa* received at PHK) o'clock President James 8. Pirtle, Vice Po Bident James A Leech, ami Caah-ier W 8. Park* i became *u*pi< iota. An examination wa* at once is gun and the officials stand that he must have taken with him, in round uumliers, the above mentioned amount. At the find ilia friend* would not twite va (hat Pope had gone wrong. Shaking* of th* head of the I lank officers, however, soon left no doubt about the matter.  Made Ample Preparation*.  Reporters, a* usual, furnished the Aret clew and toaiMkt that Pup* left Hat unlay for Cincinnati, where it wa* believed he tea >k the Cinel anoil, Hamilton and Dayton few Detroit That Pope bad been con tcinplatiug this move for nome time wan evident from th* fact tiiat for Nome day* he ha*I Iwen accumulating within hi* real h bills of larg* denominations of from fid) to f I,UM). Kurt he rut ora. in a casual quo vernation with T. Grant Slaughter, •tate agout for the Fidelity Casualty and Trust company of New York, which wa* Pope'* surety fur FJO.UUO, he hail discussed the extradition treaty and the degrees of crime for which a man wa* extraditable, Mr Po;ie hohling that the new treaty wa* not yet in effect, not having liven signed by repreaentativea of the oath'its  Had Hee* I."tag It Pretty Fast.  The bank officials said that Id* a* count* previously were si! straight However ig-  0 rant his employ , cs may hew lawn as to Mr. Pope'* habits, it wa* known .tun>ug “the boys." men alwiut town. cie., that Pope had heed going pretty fast fog *#v oral year*, though bo well-dcflncd sun pi* ion hail ext* *sl that be was doing crooked work I\»p* t* a native of Kentucky and w year* old He entered the hank in I*** I a* a • lark and was rapklly promoted. He wa- thought to I*- "cl*  Af a r«N>rn la Jefferwwistreet he frequently gave wine suppers to young men of hi* cia** and young women. Ile gambled ami wa* known aw a -sucker."  Charged with Adduction.  Malt LakxCitt, Utah. May ii,—Henry  1 (off bel mer, agent of the AuhrUN*ff-Hts«mk Brewing awMN-iation. aad Hackman Eberty are under arrest, * barged with ab dueling Mi** Myrtle Wellington, to * Imhu lioffheimer had liven paying attention and who uaa liud seen entering Khartjr’s hack without hat or cloak about two wwluagu, Toe girl’s nether could not learn where Eberly took the girt and detei-tive* ween etnplov* I, resulting in th* afreet*. No fort he» inform stum t* mode publh*.  Death ut a < title il>* Pc. tai*  Bnc kkVX, N. Y . May IS. -Th# Vary Rev Father William Keegan, the vicar gen re] of the Hornui (’alb-.lie church ta this db sa ae, died Saturday rn- ming of pneumonia at his hems in this city. He had been ill duce M a.day last when he wa* .'vitro kiwi with chill* ami brrr, w hich fwwultcd in piicoioouia VI. ar General Keegan came to tlo * city in law urn the aa stat 'Ult of the Ref. David W. Bacon.  •liMNiri tin**, o’ Altiaaec.  PT. Jiatra, .Mo , May It- Over KOU mem her* of the Farmer*’ alliance m**t her*. A maturity of th* delegate* were not in favor of U«e Cit operative store system sud the id* a wa* aUud'MMs! Ai rangemenU were made to organise by schot l district* for th* parch*** of farn*mg tools, machinery, biding twins and other supplies  WANTED TO "FIRE’* THE SHERIFF.  An Exciting Heeer at a Meet Ina of » C*a-mon (’on net I,  M arumin, WI#., May IS -At a meeting it tile common council Alderman King sad Mheawley, and chief euginuer of the Are department, Hughes, sad Policeman I jswis were called upon to show cause why they should not be removed from office, according to a report of a committee appointed by the council to examine into charges against them. Attorneys appeared for each person and protested against the proceeding. This protest was denied. The -herid wa* then unlersd to serve an in junction issued against the mayur and common council, when the mayor called upon t lie chief at police to eject the sheriff from th*- recta.  The ah*-riff Had Help.  Tim * hi**f sod the sheriff had a lively contest. Tile sheriff called upon the gathering in the, rear of the chamber in the name of the state to assist him A Durn l*er of the crowd rushed in and aided the sheriff and he was enabled to serve the injunction upon the mayor ami each mem • sir. The mayor refused to recognise the same and the attorneys and their client* Mired from (lie chamber. The tuayur ordered the city attorney to read th* tee ti-mony, which he did for two hours, when the council adjourned.  THE NUN OF KENMARE.  Several Plttsharg People Would Uke to lim*** H* r Win-reagent*.  PlTTsgi Mo, May ii-There are quite a large unrulier of {arson* in Pttabuig who are anxious to discover the present where about* of Miss Mary Frances Cusack, “The Nun of Kenmare." Miss Cusack cam* to Pittsburg last winter and created one continual sensation from the time she arrived anti) sire departed. Several newspaper men and Presbyterian ministers arranged lecture* for her, and she had prom abt* < uteri ninment*. Hbe left rather unexpectedly, and this at the time caused no little comment lief<lie going she took sulnHTiptloow for her I* nk on Rea-xiii* for Leaving the Catholic Church," stat collected quite a handsome sum. The hook was to have been dctlv-crud in January, but up to data It hasn’t t in* to hand. A minder of persons who col lect *d money for her arv now in an on pleasant predicament. They know neither where the "Nun of Kenmare" ie nor when her book nill he published. One gentleman who was instrumental in bringing her her*-says that instead of a Christian they ’onod her an infidel, end that •into Id so many scandalous things about priest*, nuns, and convent* that her crusade lost cast  Another Hank Close* It* IhMin.  I ’ill LA DK! CHIA, May ll—The American life Iusiirams* company closed its doom Hat unlay morning. President Mac Far lane wa* Keen at hi* office and said that the immediate effect of the quo warranto issued by the attorney general to appear in court and show carnie why it* busine** should md In* closed would he to stop business at one From the time uf the reft I pi of the writ of the attorney general the coiu{tany can do no more life Uumr since, “We must wait uutil further notice," lie said. “Further than this I do not can* to talk." Commissioner Fonder Is now in Harrisburg where he said "thing* look bad for the company. Th* stork is J sunk, ami I am trying to protect Ute policy holders with what is left It ie to their in tercet to have the company dissolved The asset* are insufficient to carry on the busine*#."  Ile Want* Another Term.  Luxvrxworth, Kan., May IO.—('baria* I**wU, colored, a discharged convict from the Missouri penitentiary, entered the house of Frederick Feuchster, a Canner, living three miles east of this dfy He seined Feuchster’* daughter, aged U, who wa* alone In th* house, end, I Finding her haud and foot, told her if the screamed he would kill her Th# eg coovtot then made her tell where her father kept hts iiieuey, and, taking UUU In gold, made off , When Feuchster returned Im found tbs girl Hill helplessly hound. Be notified the pollee here and Iiewta was arrested.  Ile Tell* a Hemarkshlr Story.  Du* Airn, Ilia, May IS. —M. O. Patterson. a well-known architect brew, who mysteriously disappeared last December, int* bas* found at Halt lathe. He ways that wiole un his way to Bloomington to attend to none- business he wa* sand I hogged and robbed of ll,SOO. When he regained couscinnsneaR hr wa* in a Chicago hoarding house lie a*ain loat hie | mind, and when next aouaeiou*, wee la a  1  hospital at Halifax. N. 8 ll* cum mon! ealM with friend* in Decatur, who took him to Halt Lake tor hi* health. II* is J slowly recovering.  IFHrlll Will Moan Hr fro*.  Sjno Hi vt), May lh—John O’Neill, the , “boodle" alderman who is now in Hing Hi ng prison, will hr disc burned from that lo ■ stltuti hi Jane i\a* he will have served out his seutemw. He was am ie seed to -x-rve four year* and six mouth*. Hr made one year and six months’ good Urns, mak , lag his actual urn tor three years and a half. Th# fin* of N,M Impwad tm O'Neill when he was convicted will baroto bepaid . or he will to serve one day for each dollar, making Ave year* ami si x tnoutbs O'Neill to growing a beant, which is se white a* snow  retina ll. ad ta Hts Had.  ("■W AAK*, May ti —It was th* Mm* old ►lory, that of the death of John Oehmau. Ile wa* ignorant of the workings uf the gas-jet and w mi found ta hie bedin the morning at UB5 -iouth Paulina street. The ga* was turned on full awing. Oehman wa* a German 21 years of age. Mid a milk peddler in the employ of J. Ktuoo, at lh* a tow# number Ile was found drat! in th* morning, having been asphyxiated. He : we* new to city life, and, It to supposed, blew the gas out on retiring at night.  0    KMM    hr a Fall.  CUR t LAUD, Ohio. May Kl.—Electric motor cars began running over the Petri* Htrast bridge Haturday morning, and the Brooklyn Htreet Hallway company aet nun to work strengthening the atrnctufe  (JEN. MIONI IN IM  The United States Owes Him a Nice Little Fortune,  canulate* the total hew at F* 1  «»• Oni. seven animato were oared. Mr J. Washburn'* pane "Top*)-" and two val-  WHICH IS PROMPTLY HANDED TO HIM  to make it safe fur heavy train* to  cross it. While (hey were working upon  a scaffold, s wat) the slipping of a  feet from the ground. rope caused two workmen named Ruby and Fro*Itch to fall to the ground. Hub) wa* killed instantly  and Kn wllch was badly injured  I i|iiutl»* at a Powder Work*.  BdUUrrov, Pa., May It.—Th# Corning mill al th* Cee*urasf»’ Powder work*, n.-ur IL I - .ib% blew up at HI .Jo o’eh* k hat un! i) aud totally wreeked the building A workman stained William Millett was Instant!/ k vt led,  Tke Aged ‘*l**lk-Ft»«ler M  Suddenly Kl ml*  Tbs* tke '...vcruitooil I* Indebted I*  Nim Instead of Him Owing tke (tavern-  meat—Being I'n prepared for tke (Hod  Mew* fie Paint* ow nearing It inker  W edittiglon Note*.  Waxhisuton Cm, May FA—A most curious incident illustrative of the delay in correcting official mistake* in th** department* at Washington ha* just come to light us a sequence of the passage of the bill putting John C. Fremont upon the retired list of the army with tlie rank of major general The first Republican can didate for the presidency Isa picturesque patriarch, TI years old, and has been for years in circum stance*, if not of actual poverty, st least straitened. In INK, when a lieutenant in the army, be wised and held with an iron grip the region which is now the state of Calif'trois No one den ice that the na lion to I ode lit** I to wgkSKxi ikkmont. him for (hat gilded member of the sister hood. While engaged in this service Lieut Fremont * account* with the government were left in such a state that he has always bren regarded as an official debtor to the government to the amount of flu,(IOO, and this ha* been one id the chief sorrow* cf Gen. Fremont’* later years, that he was unable to sr|uan> this balance against him. the record cg which was in the office of the third auditor of the treasury.  A pleasant Surprise.  TIm* 'gher day Gen. Fremont called at th# office of gerund Comptroller GI I hereon of the treasury, winier bu si im** it would to' to mum upon the I ail anes- against him Th# old man in trembling toner stated to Col (dikerwn that hi* financial circum-stainv-H are sui h that if his salary as a retired major general were retained, to meet this ailegud shortage, he woubl he for some lime In actual want. At his request the second oofnptroiler investigated the ie-count and greatly to bis surprise discovered that Instead of Gen Fremont befog a tiebtor to the United HtaU-s. tie- government ba* actually owed him for over forty years fen,UUD, The amount due him wa* made out aud duly approved and sigued. Th* general received the amount that was due Min with ti per cent interest and the amount reached just ITI,Att'  Presidential Favor*.  WamMIKuton ClTT, May IA—The proei-deot has arni to the senate til* following nominations: To br consul* of th* I nlte«l State# William H Ato-n rom Me, <g New Jersey, at Nagasaki, Henry lisUantlna, id the LMetrict of Columbia, tit Bombay; J. C. Chamber*, of New York, et liatoiim. Russia. J. 8 McCaughan, of Iowa. at Durango, CtmrU* Negley, of Maryland, al Rio Grand* de Hub, Hamuel D. Psoe, of Michigan, at I*urt Harnta, DI win Hterven*, of Pennsylvania, at Pernambuco. Cherie* Were, of biwa. at Vero ('nix, To be secretaries of legation of Un* United Htates R M Bari leman, of MasMirhuaetta, at Caracas: R B Mahany, cg New York, at Santiago.  Tke IkMsvsliM of IX* Flag.  WASHUM)tux City, May IA- Keprw*etiU tiro Caldwell introdueed in the house Friday a hill introduced by A. H. Cox in the Fort y-flfUi ' "tigress to prev ent the deeecratl-st of the United Stales flag The MU proridee that any person who shall disfigure the national flog. eft her fear printing nu R. of attaching toil any advertisement Kir public diwpiay, ►hall few guilty of a misdemeanor, and on aonvfo-UUU shall hr fined not over Ifib, or imprto oued for not leos than thirty days, or both.  Valuable ll arse* Harm <t.  HoeTof, May IA -Twtaityaevn valuable borers, the property of Cam bridge gentleman, wen. burtitsl to death early lo the morning in the Oxford stable, the fluent boarding stable in Cambridge The ii ms will reach he MIU Rrverai of the horses were outed steppers Mr. HtearoeR Kilts, proprietor of the Oxford boarding stable,  *  Washburn * pn<*-r "l'opey" and two valuable iv md-to rn owned by J. W. If ami se wall a* a numtier of pet animato were also Im rued. Mr. KIU* had M.uuu insurance uc bl* property. The cause of the to un known.    ^  Tke I.Hp ta Br«M>lklya.  N*w York, May it. -Dr W. It Wim bel, of Brooklyn, to authority for the statement that th* grip to almost aa prevalent now in that city aa R was during the last win-tar ll* ho* many (-aas* of renewed ab turk* of R, be say*, and just now he to suffering from it himself. The {adient*, few ha* found, suffer more and really go through a rattail more se- bm* illness der in* th* wound pn*tno ton than they did during the flint Hew raj other | Im de (ans say the sanva thing, md -ady a1-tut this peculiarity ««f the diam •*, hot in k gard to it! unexpected {-rev a lance st this time  H< lur* mi mm Ak*e«MMli r.  NX* vi(K, St. S., May to -Col E W. Davie, th* absconding andor sheriff has to his bourn, sad ills thought that be will not he prosecuted, a* it to known that bi* mind was unbalanced at th* time Ire went away and tov sh triage in bl* *r< <Htttt, which to now said to he only ti, Wn, ha* Iou made good, Mr. Davis says thai he ha* no re mein br an- • of lea \ tog town When he mm* to hi* Kina he found himself ta a Maw Ettgtond town He bud been drtuk tag heavily for some time before hi* de {■acture  Fee a Dkertgoa St a*un.  gpKtxnrikLk, riis May FA -Th# secretary of data has i**uad a IU. ii*. fut the  Incorporation of the Philip II hheridm; Monument aoM- iationat < bx ago. to erect a statue in Cat<>u {auk to the memory of Gen Hh-rtdaa The iucorporatore are Jo *eph lf Wwd, E A Blodgett, ft: oaid A TuthiU, James Mi Muliib. and others.  The »islk ll.al It.  At LA )> TOU!. Pa., May ML—John ii Groton, one of lit viitim* OI the Unicorn ■Ilk ttfll lire *1 Catooauua April M, died lot urds) m.rnmg Thto majpi the sixth death from the fire  FOR SALE.  Eight room Frame House, good Cellar, Cistern, Sink in House, Magnificent river view, Lot 50x120. For $1,250.  plinclid Building Lois on Fourth street, as follows,  60x120. $1200; 60x120, $1,000; 63x120, with rock foundation, inolnded, $1,350.  Magnificent River View to each lot  Thirty acre farm 2 1-2 miles southeast of Brighton, all in cultivation. Four room frame-house, Collar, Barn, (log) Oran arv, Smoke-house. Well, Cistern. Will sell for  less than $35 per acre.  Money to Loan,  Dorse! k Mal, SII) Belle siree).  Buckeye Lawn Mowers.  To Housolteepers.  Bhm<* Burners,Stored Through tho Bam* mer Month*.  Pins & HAMILL,  315 Brlle street.  A. J. HOWELL  DEALER IN  CARPETS, CCRfAINS, OIL CLOTHS, RUGS, Ac.  Our Prices  WILL BE FOUND  LOWER-Considering Qualities and Styles-  Tint) in tov other bouse jo Alton. In consequence of the GRK4T EXTENT of our SALES we are enabled to do Butin*** on a VERY CLOSE MARGIN and it is a rev ogiiim*<I fact that we handle by ter  LA KUE It QUANTITIES OF GOODS  TUAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN TUE CITY.  mas NITIX  I am now receiving a large and varied stock of Cloth*, in ah Hie prevailing shade*, for "qiriog Suits, which I am prepared to make up in tke  Most Fashionable Stvles,  GUARANTEEING  A Perfect Fit  Reasonable Rates and  Complete Satisfaction.  H. C. G. Moritz, 112 Third st.  H. W. JOHNS’  asbestos: patented GOOFING  Th I* I* la* fsri.-ei.il for* of r«toU# B‘m4ng rnMot  El thirty )w.; U*d*;4"l f .r aw OO Kkii ut i»l rag • *►../ «|.|* ...I by atwkilM.1 workm. a. sud cost* sc 1 / 0* Lu    tUaertmtio*    orwt    tmt/rot im mmdL  i roof* la i .    __  si J stsMU hog rn I**, a  I lUMTtj*!'. prui int/rn Lf isOU.  H. W. JOHNS HFB. CO.. 140 A141 RuMg St.. CUcgi-  Mew l urk, Phll*4tclplito, l.osg*s.  K-.,# )|«nisf*eiare«* of ll. W. JOIIH* I iqat I Potato iitatM Ra-hwl dnt*. Phesthibg*. Hk'XliL/ Fait*, A»iss.ua Mww I'stkiu*;*, to- i Cotati***, nu..  WI < AHL . ion MOVGDKU PIBTOI-ROO PAOVIIO Hl*Ofe. (XIKCT*. BTO.  KOR SALK BY'  W, ll. WAYMAN, Carpenter and Builder,  Nu, J.;*. First st,, Alton. Ill, _*««   

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