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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 12, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                f I 5 IP l ALTON UAILY TELEGRA VOLtTME MOKDAY MAY Enos ENOS announces 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 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 building is and arrangements are as as is 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 SOLABiIUM For Sun Baths and exercise in cold and inclement is Each patient is thoroughly examined by and receives his daily personal FOB THE RECEPTION OP For further information address ENOS at the corner of George and Third Latest and Correct Styles in Shoes Best and Cheapest The Defaulter Captured Nea WHEN FREEDOM WAS JUST IN SIGHT Tho Abioohdor Itiul a ttout fo Canttilii but WHO Interrupted by n 110 tiitlvo at llnrborn und Placed tin of Stealings nnil Flltcht from Flint May Pope tho defaulting Louisviljo bank was captured near on a boat on his way to by Detective wh represented soine fidelity company whicl had signed Popes traca his man to thenqo to this sec whore h learned that he had taken th steamer Dixon for Canada Crawford took thi train for Twi intercepted th and cnugh his Shortly before the propel or Hiram Dixon of Booths lino lef here two gentle men came to thi WILLIAM dock ttnd naked when the boat would leave for PortAr Later they went into the cabin ant asked to be assigned to a stateroom a The captain asked them if they hat secured They said they would gei them on the Manager ventry ant several employes of the Booth compan saw them sitting but no one heart them say anything except when gentleman said to tho other give me that Shortly afterward the boat Btcdmed out of the harbor and was soon out of lllrtul a Special About an hour afterward a very rauch flurried man named Crawford went into tho Booth office and asked when the boat left for He WHS told that it hni just gone and that no other would leave before At this intelligence he swore a little and wae apparently qafte At length he told Coventry that his wife was dying in Port Arthur and that ho wanted to see her Cov entry suggested that he try to get a spe cial engine for Two Harbors and the boat This he It now ap peals that this man was a fully empow eredofllccr of the law for the Fidelity and Casualty company of New which makes a special work of furnishing in deninifjing This company WOB on the bonds of Pope for a largo The detective has been following who travels under the name of Walker and his named foi several and almost caught them in He traced them here and pinched the pair on tho IIii Stole and William Pope was teller of the Louis ville City National bauk and a trusted em ploye and took of tho banks money March His absence at tho bank the next morning at first excilcd o us it was supposed ho was at his sick sis ters or in the country detained by the When no word was received at oclock President James Vice President James and Cash ier Parker An examination was at once begun and the officials stated that he must have taken with in round the above mentioned At the first his friends would not believe that Popo had gone Shakings of the head of the bank soon left no doubt about the Mqda Ample as furnished the first clew and learned that Pope loft Saturday tor where it was believed he book the Hamilton and Day ton for That Pope had been con templating this move for some time was jvitlent from thu fact that for some days ie had been accumulating within his reach bills of large denominations of from S100 to in a casual conversation with Grant state agent for tho Fidelity Casualty and Trust company of Now which was Popes surety for he had discussed ho extradition treaty and the degrees of crime for which a man was Pope holding that the new treaty was not yet in not having been signed by representatives of tho Hud linen doing It Pretty The bank officials said that his accounts previously were all However ig norant his employers may have bion as to Popes it was known among the men about that Popo had been going pretty fast for sev eral though no welldefined sus picion had existed that he was doing crooked Popo is a native of Ken tucky and 88 years He entered tho bank in 1881 as a dork and was rapidly He was thought to bu At a room in Jefferson street he frequently gave wine suppers to young men of his class and young He gambled and was known as u WANTED TO PlBE THE Bxolting atn Mooting Com mon May a meeting of the common council Alderman King tud and chief engineer of the flre and Policeman Lewis were jailed upon to show canoe why they should not be removed from according to a report of a committee ap pointed by the council to examine into charges against Attorneys appeared for each person and protested against the This protest was The sheriff was then ordered to serve an in junction issued the mayor and common when tho mayor called upon the chief of police to eject the sheriff from the i tho Hhorlflr Hod The chief nnd tho sheriff had a lively The sheriff called upon tho gath ering in the rear of the chamber ln the name of the state to assist A num ber of the crowd rushed in and aided the sheriff and he was enabled to servo the in junction upon tho mayor and each mem mayor refused to recognize the same and the attorneys and their clients retired from the The mayor or dered the city attorney to read the testi which ho did for two when the council THE NUN OF KENMARE i Povernl FlttNburg People Would tlko to Kirtnv Hur May quiter a largo number of persons in Pltsburg who are anxious to discover the present where abouts of Miss Mary Frances The Nun of Miss Ousack come to Pittsburg lost and created one continual sensation from the time she ar rived until she Several neiys paper men and Presbyterian ministers ar ranged lectures for and she bod profitable She left rather and this the time caused no little Before going she took subscriptions for her book on Reasons for Leaving the Catholic and collected quite a handsome book was to have beendeliv ered in but up to date it hasnt come to A number of persons who collected her are now in an inv pleasant They know neither where the Nun of Kenmare is nor when her book will be One gentlei man who was instrumental in bringing her here says that instead of a Christian they found her an and that she ii The United States Owes Him a Nice Little WHICH IS PROMPTLY HANDED TO HIM Aged PathPindar Suddenly Tbnt tho Goforimnnt Indebted to Him Innteml of Him Owing the flovcrn tnent lieing Unprepared for Olttd lie FnlnU on flouring Other WASHINGTON May ou ribns incident illustrative of the delay in correcting official mistaken in the depttrfr rachts at Una just come to light as a sequenco of the passage of the bill putting John Fremont upon the retired list of the army with the niuk of major The first Republican can didate for the presidency IB ft Tl years und bos been for yonrs in ciroum if not of actual least In 1848 when a lieu tenant in Die he soiled and held with an iron grip the region which is1 now the state of No one denies that na tion is indebted to liinlfor that gilded member of the sister While engaged in this service FremontB accounts with the gov ernment were left in such a state that he ios i always been regarded as an official debtor to the government to the amount and this has been one of the chief sorrows of Franonts later that hie was unable to square this balance against the record of which was in the office Of the third auditor of the A Pleasant The other day Fremont called at he office of Second Comptroller Gllkorson of the whobo business it would jo to pass unontho balance against The old man in tonoe stated to Gilkerson that his financial circum stances are such that if MB salary BB a re jred major rgeheral were to meet this alleged he would be for some time In actual At bin request and convents that sade lost V AT THE GLOBE XT iT CUurffed wltji SALT May agent ot tlve AuuuuBurItusoh Brewing and Huckimm Eborly aro under charged wiMi ab ducting MHH Myrtle to whom Holiheiniar had been paying attention and who was luntuoim entering Kborlys hook without hat or olouk about two weeks The girlH iiHithur could not luarn where Eberly took tho girl aud datvutlvott were resulting in tho No further infoiinatlon in inutle Of U IlC lull May Very Futhor William the vicar general of tho llomnn Outhollo churoh In thin dial Saturday morning of nneuiiioiiluut his hoini In tills Ho hud hcim ill Monday when ho wax uUiiokud with vliillit and which j reunited iii Vlmr General Kwgun wiiue to thin city In 1MOH the ittt of the JPftvio 400 mom of tho ullintice met A of tho dejuguUm wefo uot In favor of thu wtorti and tho tdutt wan wore IB to orgunUu by ephoo for Another Hunk CIoBOH Itfl May American Life Insurance company closed its doors Saturday President MacFar lane was seen at his office and said that the immediate effrct of the quo warranto Issued by the attorney general to appear in court and show cause why its business should not be closed would be stop business at the time of the re ceipt of the writ of the attorney general the coiupany can do no more life insur We mustwalt until further no he Further than this I do not are to Commissioner Forster is now in Harrisburg where he said things ook bad for the The stock is and I am trying to protect the polio lolders with what is It is to their in terest to have the company The iKsets are insufficient to carry on the bust Ho Wants Another May a discharged convict from he Missouri entered the louse of Frederick a iving throe miles enst of thh He seized Feuchstors vos ulone hi the binding her hand and told her if she screamed be kill The esoonvlot then made her tell where her father kept his taking in made Vheu Feuohster returned found th girl still helplessly He notified he police here and was Ho Tolls B Uwunrkuble May Patter a wellknown architect wbo nystorlously disappeared last as been found at Salt He Bays hut while on Ills way to Bloomlngtxjn to ttond to some bualuess he sand jagged and robbed ot Whep he ogained conHcloiiBncHS ho was in aCh boarding Ho loslj bis and when next woe fn a ospital at Ho oommani with friends in who took inv to Salt Lake for his health He 10 lowly v ONeill Will Boon Be SINO May the boodlo alderman who is now in Sing will bo discharged from that ln iltutlon as ho will hnve served ut his He was sentenced to urve four yeara and six I Jo ma no year and six months good ig Ills actual service three years snd a The fine of imposed on ONelU vlion he was convicted will have to bo paid r he will to serve one day for each naking five ypurs and six ONeill growing a which in as white us old AllKMTaw AHJlHTQWli M A workinun WUllftm Kouiiil lioud ID May was tho same that of tho death o John lio wan Ignorant of tho workings of the gasjet aud was found in his bed in the morning at 905 South Paulina The gas was turned onfull Oohman was a German 21 yeara of and a milk poddler in the employ of at the above He was found dead in the having been Ho was new to city It u blew the gas out on retiring at KAlled May mo tor cum began ruunlng over the Petrle Street bridge Saturday nod tbft Brooklyn Street Hallway company Wt men to work strongtbenlug the structure to make It safe for heavy to cross While they were working upon a newnty feet from the the dipping oia IOIM eauied two work men namod Uuby and Froolloh to fall to thu account and greatly to his surprise discov ered that instead of being u debtor to the ynitod the govern ment bos actually owed him for over forty years The amount due him was made out and duly approved and The general received the amount that was due Iflrn with 6 per interest aud the amount reached Just Presidential WASHINGTON May presi dent has sent to the senate tho following nominations To bo consuls of the United of New at Nagasaki Henry of the District of at Bombay of New at Russia of at Dn rpfflgo ChAiles of at Rio Grande de Samuel of at Port Saraio Edwin of at Pernambuoo Obarlee bf at Vem To be sec retaries of legation of tho United of at Caracas of New at The Uonearutlgn of the WASHINOTOS tive wellintrotluced in the house Friday a by in the Fortyfifth congress to prevent the desecration df the United States The bill provides that fttay pqraon who shall disfigure thonational either by printing on or attaching to it any ad vertisement for public shall be guilty of a and on convic tion shall be fined not wer OT Iniprls onod for not leas than thirty or Valuable Hornet May valuable the property Cambridge gentle wore buruod to t early in the morning in the Oxford finest boarding stable in The loan will refton Several ot the homes were noted proprietor of the Oxford boarding estimates the total loss at Only seven animals were Wasbburns pacor Topsy and two val uable owned by Hazen as well as a number of pet animals were also Kills had insurance on his The cause of tho is un Tim Grip in Brooklyn NEW May of is for tho statement that the grip is almost as prevalent now in that city as it was during the last win He hoe many cases of renewed at tacks of be and just now ho is suf fering from it The ho luts suffar more and really go through B iiiuelr more serious illness dur ing Uie second pwwt rut Ion than they did during tho Several other physicians wy tho same not only about thlv po wllarlty of the but in regard to lU unexpected proviileuoo atthls at May Corning abucondlng under shuriff has to iU and It is thought that lie will not an it known that bis mind wai uubulauoed at the time ho Ment away and tie shortage In his ife now Raid to up only has been made llaviK that ho bus no re uembrance of leaving When be oame to liln awnes he found blniHolf In a England He bod been drlnk ny Ueavlly for tjmo before UU do pf atute lloenwi for the ocorporatlon of the 1bllln Sheridan Monument swociatlon at to erect a itatuo in Unlou park to tlie memory of The Incorpowtom are Jo FOB Eight room Frame good Sink in Magnificent Lot Tor river Furth Splondid Building Lois on as with rook Magnificent Hirer View to lot Thirty acre farm 2 12 miles soutiieiifci of all in Four room log Will sellfor less than per to Buckeye Lawn Base BuriiersStored Through the Sum mer PITTS 315 Belie HOWELL DEALER IN WILL BB FOUND f 1 LOWERConsidering Qualities and Styles Than In any oilier in In consequence of the QBE AT KXTKNT of pur SALES wo are enabled to do on a VERY CLOSE MARGIN and itIs a rec ognized fact that we handle by far j Tt LARGER QUANTITIES OF GOODS THAN ANY OTHKR HOUSE IN THE I am now receiving a largo and vadcd stock of in all UlQ piovalllug for Spring whloh I am prepared to make tip Ifa the GUARANTEEING lire Oatwiauijn April Saturday the slxtb dMtb from A Perfect Fit Reasonable Bates and Complete 112 Third si ASBESTOS la tltQ pprfuotod forn ut ililrly If JOHNS 240 242 Mipk Solo MumifsotHriirH of JOIlBfi1 LlauU MnifMnf Hulldluu Aubiwttui buuua Hollar elft viritCAUBBTUN MOULDED piiTOKitou pAOKiNa FOB SALB BY Carpenter aud   

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