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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 14, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                O j l V A I 3 v t r1 wf V v V MOlTALKOHTA Enos DR BNOS announces that he has established in a building purchased for the purpoae a SANITARIUM for the MLLCIiBIE BOTH MEDICAL and His experience daring 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 ijhe 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 SANITABIUM 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 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 Each patient is thoroughly examined by and receives hie daily personal OT5OZ1 FOB THE BEOEPTION OF For further information address ENQS at the corner of George and Third Latest and Correct Styles in Butterworth Gives House His SHORt 8VNOWIS OF HIS with Applnuse on tlie Uciuocrntlo Side of tlie Unrlng sjuidi Touches on the Subject of JlcciiiroBlty With Jones of KevrtUft Debate oh the Sllvor Jfay house mot at 11 oclock Tuesday nnd after the transaction of some routine business went into committee of the whole on the tariff MoMillin of Tennessee moved to ro ducu the duty on He sold he could see no reason why this article of necessity to the farmer should bo so heav ily In opposition stated that since the tariff hafl encouraged com petition in this the price of am monia hhd been reduced from20to7tf cents per Hutterworth ooid that the price of an article not reduced on account of competition It was re duced on account of Improved methods of He never doubted that the protective system was wise and had scat tered blessings on the land from shore to If there was any danger to the pro tective system it was in Its oscillation be tween the extreme of free trade on the one and on the the extreme which created Inequalities among Americans The Democratic The country in the election of Harrison and the Republican congress had declared unequivocally in favor of sustaining and upholding the protective The conflict in 1888 hod not been between schedule but between economic pol The Democratic policy was well It was that the tariff should be levied for revenue The Republican policy was that the whether or should bo BO adjusted as to establish and protect American interests and Indus tries in competition with the rest of the Did that policy mean to remove the Inequalities which existed between in dustries on this Bide of the water and in dustries on the or did it mean to shut out all importation He Insisted that we should not create any inequalities The protective system dwelt with conditions and not with national bound ary lines except when the presence of these national boundary lines indicate the presence of those conditions agaiit1 the influence of which it was necessary to in terposd the barrier of a protective A Poor If the tariff did not deal with condi theu a tariff was good in the ab and if it the fathers Of the re public had paid themselves a poor com pliment when they provided that as be tween the states there should be no re striction of Competition never created new They were created by the work of the The committee had tried to do the best it could in framing the but It was not always safe to rely altogether on the testi mony of the beneficiaries under tbe Applause on Democratic He had indicated his belief respecting the function of a tariff act and would sooner resign his seat than depart one hairs breadth from that Reciprocity with Of course he respected the wisdom of the committee but why was Paul favored and Peter turned Why increase the profits of certain He couja name capitalists whoso profits had ex ceeded thoso of all of the agriculturists in any state of the Union Applause on the Democratic He was he difturbed by the ap plause on the other He was exceed ingly grateful that they began to realize Best and Cheapest AT lUUiy In any sense that our countrymen deserved If when we had protected egunlly find lifted up all our and the lime should then oome when we could not hold our the most freest and the ablest pao pie on we had better retire from the Democratic Butterworth then proceeded to expound blfl views touching reciprocity with Can ada Ho said that we wore endeavoring to cultivate relations with people to the southward and yet were Abraham Lincoln Ulysses Grant wore not suspected of lack of Urn yet they favored There were some things in the bill ho did not He bad known ot au Industry that been able to make dividends on a capital of Hold the In Tholv Protection Why the country oould in such eases better afford to keep these men In the Fifth Avenue pay their board and and set them up inthe banking lie favored proper but these men hold the word In their When he that he did not favor that kind of protection he was told You are not spund on The time is ijbme when some little con cern should bo shown to American homes and A great body of employes In this country was forelgnin some great factories in the east they were known on the rosters by numbers because of unfivmilliirlty with their He did not believe It was wise or prudput to make a weeping In sugar to be iuDBlnntod by In conclusion he said that the gentian were very much mistaken If they thought that the great est desire of was not to puss a bill reflecting to the highest degtw a pro tective Tlio TliiPlnte WUttt howantedta avoid were feat ures ns he had pointed out In this there was such ft thing paying too much for an Such was the case with tin The duty would bo a tax on every farmers patch on every can of Tlwt a tax would amount to before UIB taauufaclurott of could declare a d H waa anxious that bis party should not take a false He did not exjiact to purtlol Dutuiimoh iu deliberations ot tun house Uu was quite ruftdy to go out tu Ills Pwrnocratlo frleuds were anxious to get rid of him when they dew him lie was already out be fore thoy took that lay In tlie JN May wnnte noncooourred In the bonne nutwUtute tor deitendeflt peiwjon i were TRAMC6 A Pretty Qoia With rt ttil a sbotsiin put to flight a piirtybf and Duffy left their farm house m charge of their daughter 26 And her a boy of The house Is neat the Port Sdott and Gulf along which tramps Just before supper rough looking men entered the yard and demanded threatening uire conse quences it they weffc Fearing Miss Duffy said Wait A min and running into the Filled Full of Two of the tramps already making away with the While the leader was coming up the steps Into the housjtt charge of shot met him and he ran from the yard yelling Im Without MUs Duffy flred the re maining barrel Into the other The shot took aud she left with her brother master of the tramps came to employfed a geou to dress their and nattily They were badly only the fineness of the shot having pre vented serious AVERTED A Panic Caused by nuimwoy Eeotrlo Carat Allegheny1 i l May car on the Pleasant Valley Elevated railway ran going down aheavy grade Otathe main thoroughfare Allegheny There were nine passengers aboard Two women had already foftitea the Jest were shrieking for arid the m6wjnan was Coming up the grade was jtn Other and as the runaway flasjied along pedeserlans stood still in Suddenly rushed forward from threw the motor man andwith won derful strength put on The next moment he on the roadside un with a broken adislo cated and possibly fatal internal in But be had averted a collision and saved the other Vlonr General Koegana May funeral of Vicar General William Keegan took place from the Church of the of which he was at 10 oclock Tues day The church was A solemn requiem mass was celebrated with Vioor General May m celebrant Father Henry Gallagher us deacon Father and Father Tier ney as master of The OConnell delivered an eloquent giving a sketch of the dead priests life and spoke of his arduous life and the good work he had the mass the remains were viewed by tbe throng who pasted in single file around the Interment was made at the Holy Cross Convention of Railway May national convention of railway conductors opened here Three hundred delegates and members and friends are ex Public exercises at the Lyceum theatre were held Tuesday Among the speakers were Secretary of State Senator Mayor Carroll and Secretary Rice in address commended the principle of the Order of Conductors In discountenancing and said he oppossed the system of discharging conductors on the report of spotters without He beltevfea every man should have an opportunity to be The Crontn May and OSul livan and their colleagues in the recent prison underground outlet ore still in The suspect several other citizen employes and wan M get them through sweatbox Deputy Warden Merrill says be been working on the over a states that the outslae Iriends naQael convicts are Very anxfpUs the prisoners and that they numerous letters expressing foW Desperate Duel with Knives at 6AUSE OF YERRIBLE Romimed Work at lite Old May About 100 of the employes of the Malleable hog works who went out on ftirike teu have returned to vwk attlte and th old scale ot of the workft saya itikt he the old men back iotta M ing to resume that the full force will bt posts once This is jhe oWV strike of in Wouia Iloduoe the NEW May Train glneora to Central over tlie IntriSauiiMpu of Jlfteen sleepers tne nuniberj and l designed W run llfty miles an if tHe glnesv The tralBitten Bay will throw halt the presiint fqyoe out of In a wreck on the East Virginia and Georgia railway MOnftnytUe followtug wore killed Alf Harris braHe wan John of Scott Price 3 M of and a name WM probubly fatsUy The accident was cftmed by a itanding of The Wtw tlvJng the Mother Whote Pother WtM ot to AvonRe His Doml with the May waa a desperate fight hfere with knives between James Mftult and Spencer and the struggle ended in the death of the he being stabbed to the Hus a Widow and niotherof the keeps a boarding house and Is in straight ened Mault boarded with tjie woman and loaned her some money could purchase some pteoeaof needed As payment for this loab InBiBtedupon taking unlimited libfrtlos in this and tucoeeded in gaining ab induanco over vhe widow that tbsy living openly to This so enraged ffomaug who a neighboring that ho iiame W learning thetruo state of went to his moth ers house owl announced his intention of killing both Huston imd The latter on seeing the son enter the house attempted to but young Huston grabbed the man by the coat collar and dragged him back into the The Content for You your end has cornel ex claimed tbo young man he drew tt re volver from his who become grabbed up a large carving knife and rushed the young The latter dropped his with the remark that he would not take advantage of succeeding in securing another carving knife from tbe kitchen Both men were powerful and a desperate struggle The two fought for half an everything in the room being be spattered with their Both were so weak from the loss of blood that they could hardly bold the knife handle at the ex piratlou of thirty Finally ton succeeded in planting tbe blade be tween faults vucU be was on the throwing Ws cntlro weight upon the he drove it up to the hilt into his the steel penetrating the victims You Are Avenged Young covered with then endeavored to find bis whom he also declared he would but tbe woman had fled from tbe house as soon as the gory struggle had returned to the house and was preparing to mutilate the body of his victim when the town marshal and several citizens ar rived and without difficulty placed tbe young man under As soon as he was relieved of the bloody knife he exclaiming fell to the floor you are avenged I The sympathy of every one in the towu Is with the young and It Is doubtful It a secured in this part of the state to convict Friends of tbo pris oners say that he is insane and they intend to make that pleh the chief argument in his defense if the cnse oomee to T H E ANARCHISTS lien Mutler Writes a potter to Attorney goloiuon at May Benjamin who has been retained as associate counsel in the has written a letter to lawyer Solomon of this lu which he rives It as his belief that tbo action of the nilnBls supreme court in sentencing to death the Fielden and withouttheir being brought into court or being even asked to show cause why heir lives should not be is erroneous and unprecedentedinany court acting under the ootuintffi Inwmodes of Butler a writ of error to haye such procedure corrected by the Judgment of the supreme court of the United Lawyer Salomon will make on applioatlon to Judge Qresham for a writ of habeas He is eonfl dunt that the effort will M Holler May itfTho boiler of a lacomotivfi on the Reading railroad ox ploiedTuesday morning killing Engineer und Fireman Charles Kauff and Injuring Con ductor The engine was nearing Shsmbkiri drawing a heavy train When Kauffihan noticed water from the boiler leaking Into the Heap prised the engineer the danger but the boiler exploded before means could be taken to prevent Yeagor was riding in the Grave Agnlnnt a May Stephen aged died In Francis hos pital Before his death ho re lated to bis in tliu hospital a terrible story of bad poor ond worse while iu the blind Moore claimed that Prin cipal Klwg Instructed the In the In ititution In all sorts of gave them liquor to The itUomllng physi cians attribute Mooras duuth to bad treat ment Eight room Frame good Cis Sink in Magnificent river Lot Splendid Building Lots on as with rook Magnificent Bivei Yiew to each lot V l I M i l t V i iv Thirty acre farm 2 miles t V r I J cultiyati6nV oiirYbbtf sell foV Sl V i i less than per 1 MW profoa Blounl midwife arrenttsd at a daynflgobOH confessed that for Jo past she has dtsposod of the throwing bodies Intfl Several persoun highly bfion ftrrmttod for complicity An important hoard of railroad uommlwilonera rendered ImpprUwjtdwWontptbe effect tlmt Hereafter ItfttoUoe abuudoned of faw from buy e ixtro fare U in of the Great Tramuotlo III Coul great coal vullroad flrnl of Ileury Uavla beju mergud into a joint stock ooiuuany with exSeuatoi E Brown Boget tw Inoprporat Tbe Oavls IntoresU control the Went Virginia Central railroad and hundiwdi of of of land In this Tbe company will handle property valued ut Old Htemi hllU lit May terrific tornado in over thin state at T oclock Mouday At H wiwuwximpaulod by hulUnd did great to tbe grgwliig Tea bullu inis tbo town weru At JeffuNon Olty and wveral weru Mown May llNews reacbea here to the effevt that the expodltlou un der of Bmln wWob lil Buckeye Base BurnejsIStorea Through the mer PIHS 315 Belle t j i HOWELL 1JEALEE IN U WILL BE FOUND LOWERConsidering Qualities and Styles 1 ti fc Tliun in any other house in In consequence of the QKBAT EXTKNT of our SALES we are enabled to do Business on a VI5UV CLOSE MARGIN and it iea reov ognized fact that we handle by far LABttEB QUANTfHPS OF THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE CITt I am now receiving a large and varied stock of in ail tbe prevailing for Spring which I urn prepared to make up in thft GUABANTEBING A Perfect Fit j Reasonable Bates and Complete MoritzJ12 ASBESTOS JOHW 00 Sola Muuufucturers H 8WM w PACKING tit c YOU BY   

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