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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 19, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH.  VOLUME 2!>.  ALTON, ILL.. MONDAY EVENING MAY lf). 185)0.  NO. 287  Dr. J. W. Enos’ Sanitarium,  ALTON, ILL.  DK. KNOB announce)! that he has established in a building purchaaed for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the  TREATMENT OF ALL CDRAB1E DISEASES  BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL.  His experience during many yearn has convinced him that all disease* can be managed more sueeesafully in an institution of this kind, under the constant supervision of the physician and with the aid of means not other* vise st command, than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers at intervals of several hours or diivw,  The position of the SANITARIUM is high, and the surrounding are free from all noxious influences. It is readily reached by the Seoond street horse oars, and is near the Union Depot.  The building is large, and arrangements are as perfect as is possible from a knowledge of sanitary science and the requirements of such an institution.  Electricity in ail its forms; Oxygen and its compounds; Baths, Douches, Massage, Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided as may be required by patients, iu addition to such other treat im* tit aa may be deemed advisable.  A LARGE KO LAR I UM  For Sun Baths and exercise In cold and Inclement weather, etc., Is provided, Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and receives hi) daily personal attention.  IVo-VV <3Den  . JR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS.  Far furl her information ad Jff TS Dr. ENOS at the SANITARIA, corner of George and Third its., Alton. III.  IO OIH HOUSE OOI II  GLOBE  Guarantees Prices.  I oilier House in Alton I  THE GLOBE  Guarantees Goods or Money Refunded.  THE GLOBE  Has a Larger Assortment and Complete Stock.  HENCE :  Ton owe a Duty to Yourself to Call  (KVEK AN ON)  ext the  CHEAT SO(M EVENT.  clasp h  Pa fen fastened with an enameled with a diamond center.  Hon. aud Mr*. Whitelaw Held sent five piece* of silver, a conserve and bonbon di*ho* of open-work silver, Mr. and Mr*  Marriage of the Daughter of william Waiter pfaeipsnent from abroad The City of Toinik, Russia, De-  Secretary Blaine.  WALTER DAMROSCH THE LUCKY MAN  GLOBE.  HILDEBRAND  Invites! You All■  The Bride and Urania (‘tilted In Hie Holy Hondo of Matrimony by the Ret. Dr. HodkIh*. (lector of Kl, .Intlll'* Kpteropal ( lunch Hum 'he Bride Was Dressed— A Oat of Mi,me of the Prominent (•nest* The Presents.  WamiiSOTOS ('ITT, May IS.—Margaret Isabella Blaine, oldest daughter of the an ret ary of sin to, was married at I o’clock Itmlay afternoon at the residence of ber father, in this city, to Walter Damns* h,  a pearl necklace, with diamond and sap j»hire pendants. Miss Marian I’helps ber daughter, who is a personal friend of Miss Mimi c, a corsage pin in the form of dis  monde, with black pearl acorns nesting I hcr**o n.  Diamond* from the (iramn.  Mr. and Mr*. Emmons Blaine gave a ease containing tureen and vegetable dishes of beaten silver. Mr. and Mr* An* drew Carnegie’* present waa a silver tea service, similar to that sent by the diplomatic corps, lined with gold, and set out on a silver tray. The members of the nab inc! united In a gift of twenty gold goblets, the stand-, act with rubies. Mr Damroack's gift to his (vide waa a string of diamonds for the neck, and diamond earrings. Mr. Dam rum b's mother sent a superb lace handkerchief. Mr*. Blaine’* present was  stroyed by Fire.  SIBERIAN EXILES ROASTED ALIVE.  of New york Th* engagement of Miss Blate* wa-i announced some months ago, a ^u^.Vity 'of eM^to^'b^se^uId"!^, hut the marriage ha* been postponed lie j Mr. Blaine’* gift was a house on Madison  cause of the comparatively recent death of  Mr*. Co]>pinger, her sister, and later of her brother, Walker Blaine. Shortly after n<K»:i the guests ts-gan to arriv*. They I Were welcomed by Mrs. and Mr*. Killona Blaine and then by the secretary of state and his wife. The decorations for the arent were at a modest bot effective character A white satin ribbon stretched acrisia the drawing room, dividing it mid way. On th* oilier aide of thiaribiion, and in the library beyond, was the apace re served for the guests. As I o’clock drew near they came in great nnmissre, and it wa* soon evident that, had th* wedding liven lea* “private,” room could never liave la-on found for those invited.  Arrival of the President.  The Preaident and Mrs. Harrtoon drove over from the executive mansion a few minuted before I o’clock, and when they appeared in the reception rn un, they quickly became, for the moment, the centre of attraction. Mrs. McKee wa* also present a* a member of the executive party. AH of the cabinet member* except the attorney-general were present The memliers of diplomatic corp* came ae they would have caum to a public function arrayed in brilliant uniform or sombre and impressive black. The Chitose minister wa- present in hi* long nil* of colored silk, the repre-< ti tat ive* of European gov ernmcut* in bright gold and silver lace The a'Mrmblage md only Ailed the drawing-room and library, but overflowed int* the hall when I o’clock arrived.  The Bride Kilter*.  But the bridal party did not appear at the appointed hoar. What bridal party aver dull’ It waa nearly half-past I o’clock when the minister, Rev. (I. W. Douglas, the rector of Bt. Johns* Episcopal church, took his posit ion at the end of the drawing riHim A few minutes Inter Mise Blaine entered the room on the arm of her fattier. .She wore an imported dress of white motiMelin de noir, dc na it rant with appl! que embroidery She carried In het hand a briquet of violets tied with white rihliott With her came her bridesmaid, Mi** Harrod Blaine, who wore a becoming gown of white crepe Usee. She curried a hunch of marguerites. Mr*. Blaine, who followed the wedding party, wore a helio trope satin gown. Mr* Km mon* Blaine, her wedding gown of white satin. Mr* Emmons Blaine carried a Lunch of Mica of the valley, bordered with heliotrope.  At tb«- Hymeneal Altar.  In addition to those mentioned, there were within the ribboned enclosure the groom's motlier, Mr, and Mr*. Frank Dam mech tile groom'* two unmarried sisters, his married sister, Mrs. Wise man, and his aunt. Miss Van ll am burg of New York. OI the bride'* family then-were Emmons Blaine, James G. Blaine, Jr., and Mi-* Abigail Dodge Die bride and gro< m met at the place where, against a background of blossoming plants, the minister, prayer book in hand, awaited their coming. A hush fell over the* aa tem Id age a* Dr Douglas began tile simple solemn service of th# Koiaoopal church Both the bride and the groom made the  avenue, New York.  Other IIhihIkhiii- 1’rrnnti  The iHietinsMtcr-genera! and Mrs. Wane-maker gav* an individual present, a large vase of royal Worcester Mr. and Mr* Gee W ( iiiIds tent a toilet aet of gold r» |**u**e Senator and Mf* Hale a silver coff we pot. There are numberless od* ccllaiteou* gifts in addition It I* said the spoon* would HU a bushel Itashet. aud there have lieen sixty doern fork* recelvld The jewels and personal ornaments reprv sent every variety of the jeweler's art, and there are tables full of bric-a-brac and rare piloting*.  A FUNERAL^ BOATS.  Much Distress I iuml Uj High Water at  Celuttibla. Tea.  Con MUIA, Tex., May to.-The condition of this town is distressing in the extreme Tile river has risen steadily for two weeks or more until it ha* overflowed the com ■nullity The first floors of the residence* are submerged, the occupant* lasing driven Into the upper stories. From ou*-«tori*d cottages resident* have been i-omi*-tlad to move to the homes of bisptulik m*lgh>«o» The water* are still rising There Is not LUX) square feet In Columbia out of wab-r Business is suspended, churches are closed. and the people go «i cry where in hosta.  A I'nMnduu ii) duels.  A novel scene, which ha* perhaps never been enacted before in Texas, was pre •ented at the funeral of the late Gen. Duff A large concourse of mourning friend*, including the entire Masonic fraternity, fot lowed the corpse to the cemetery, t wo mile-from town, In boat*. There wert* fort., -el < (mats in the procession. with an average of five occupants in each. For thirty two J-nm, from IKM to I AHS, their had Ins*a no overflow In the Braca* at this point Atm** I'••*'* there has been an unusual overflow. hut none that was prolonged or did any damage. ___  W ill Pray for Bain.  ST. Pall, Miun , May I#,— Archbishop John Ireland, of Ute archdiocese of Ai. Pant, has issued a general totter to even bishop and priest in hi* jurisdiction, which covers the general northwest, ip** muting thorn to add after every mas- a special prayer for rain amt for the general a altair of the (Topa Report* from North Dakota indicate that a terrine wind storm has prevailed in the western part of the state for nearly twenty four bourn. The damage to growing crop* haa been very heavy. Not enough rain has fallen to wet the ground, and farmer* are much diseour aged.  (Traced bf a Cle*** Crook.  AOKI at, Mich., May 10,- Wakefield’* bank at Morenci, this county, ha*Just been fleeced by a clever crook ailing him ■elf ('barie* Edgerton. The ie'low can reseed the country around selling doth ami accepted order* from some af t he solid farmer* for small MB* of good* on local • men hants Then he adroitly mad*- fin - j similes of tbs signatures* thus obtained upon notes for various amounts, which he negotiated at the bank. An attache of the (Mink and sheriffs officer* are on the trail  The galling Wall* of a ( at bedral Topple Onto a Hospital, Resulting In the Death of the Inmates—Th* Triumphant Tour •I tl l’rrmlcr UlttfUwr from Ipswteh Ie hornt«-h The Clong*ray Estate Tenants Foreign Notes.  ST. Petkkkbvrg, May lib-—Horrible scenes are reported as having occurred during the borning of Tomsk, th# capital of Western Siberia The place was (flatted simultaneously by a conflagration and a cyclone, the result of the combined diana tors bring the dint ruction of three-quart ere •if tile buildings, which were of wood. and ' the lorn of hundreds of live*. The oath# deal, situated in the High Town, is In ashen. The Tall* of the • diflce In fulling crushed au adjacent hospital, bury the lo mates, who were subsequently roasted alive  No Time la Asst*#Jostles.  The garrison brutally refused to render I the (fast ac-Mam a In saving Uvea and property, on the plea that they bad enough to do to protect the barracks ami other government building*. They also added that they had no time to assist “worthless j exilea.” In strong contrast to this action I of the tnaip* wa* that of the worthy I bishop and bb assistant priests. March log through the burning city al the head ; I of a procession, with banner* ami other sacred emblems, he stopped at frequent interval* to give absolution to the dying and to bices the dead.  Hurled ta a Mantle of Snow.  And never was the con-sd a ti nu carried by these nacred rites more greatly needer! j , ikon by the panic stricken mob of suffer ere who huddled together to the streets, and. firmly believing that (he end of the world hail come, alanidoned themselves to stolid des I WI lr. Much of tim suffering however, might have been avoided bad there been the slightest attempt at organ lard relief. Aa if Are and water were not capable of inflicting miser) enough on the unfortunate outcast*, the storm was fol low (-I by a sudden fall in the temperature and warn th* devastated city wa* buried beneath a mantle of -stow tbkt added stinging told to the stiff* rings of the thousand* of shelterless men, women ann children.    _  AN OVATIONJTO^ GLADSTONE.  Ta*! Crowds Welcome th* Ki-t’rewilra at harm ICH and Kl-•< where,  I<oKrni.v, May It. Gladstone's route; from IJ ** letch to Norwich. Friday, was ; literally lined with his admirers. Al ever> alation ac was greeted by crowds of people ■ who bail assembled hours before the ar rival of hi* train and jwUt ntly awaited hi* coating At a few of the stations he wa* OO* 11 pel I ai I to apeak In (capon «s to r*|>eatad calls, but his remarks were brief and un important from a political point of view The to alc mw* a* Norwich.  Aa the train rolled toto Norwich a Ire j mend.ms cheer went up from the great I crowd surrounding the station and the ex j ►render’* appearance on the plat form was the signal for another and a greater oat burst of applause. As Gladstone and th-- j i committee de legato-1 ta revolve him en to red carriages and were driveu shred, . aw ay (he vast crowd fot ated to line -end i followed, cheering as they marched No greater demonstration of popular admire Hon tm rn British subject than that which I characterise I Gladstone s triumphal entry Into Norwich ha* ever been wdtncmrd  FOR SALE.  Eight room Frame House, good Cellar, Cistern, Sink in House, Magnificent river view. Lot 50x120. For $1,250.  Splendid Building Lots on Fourth street, as follows,  60x120. $1200; 60x120, $1,000; 63x120, with rock foundation, included, $1,350.  Magnificent River View to each lot  Thirty acre farm 2 1-2 miles southeast of Brighton, all in cultivation. Four room (i'aine-hou8", Cellar, Barn, Cog) Granary, Smoke-house. Well, Cistern. Will sell for less than $35 per acre.  Money to Loan.  ADJUSTABLE WINDOW  Strong,  Light and  Handsome.  _o  Fite any Window.  SCREEN.  The Cheapest Respectable Screen in the Market.  Oiled or Stained.  For Sal© by  PITTS    Sc HAMIT.T,  3I > Retie st  t  Alton, III.  A. J. HOWELL  DKA LICH IN  leap*** In    of    a    Jackson    crook,    who    I*    suspected    of    the  forgery. ______  the bride. At (he cooclurion of the rare mony, th* bridal couple turned aud re reived the congratulation of tho** within the ribboned spare.  II*-, cli log O.mmI Wltknk  Th* flbbe wa* (Aked down then, and Congratulation* beearn* general, for fully half aa hour the bridal couple *t*ojd to receive th* g<aid Willis* of th*ir friends. At th* end of tliat tim* th* bride took the arm of Prerident Harrison aud led the way kl th* dining room on the first floor, where the wedding breakfast had been set Th* breakfast wa* served from a table over which were strewn maiden hair fern, while on tither side were large oval mounds of Iai Prance roe**. The brides cake hail the place of honor in the middle.  It wa* fringed with lilies of the valley.  Will (to to Kuropr.  The groom** only attendant wa* Frank Roosevelt, of New York. Mise Blain*’* little nephew*, sons of Coi Clopping*)-, > walked one before and one Iwhind the bridal party After the wedding leenk- j fast th*- guests lingered only long enough to bld g a si by* to th* family and « renew their congratulations Mr and Mr*. Damn** b took an early evening train for New York, where th* booeyimani will br passed. May SM, in company with Mr and Mrs. Carnegie. they will sail tm Europe ami spend the summer at th* Caroegtt lieut tiah east hi. They will return to September and go to bouw keeping to altair new home to New York,  Th* Wedding Presents.  The presents recd',*! by Mr and Mr* Deair** h were very handsome and very anally. TH* gift* of lh*diplomatic corp* Wa* a tea service of gold lined reimu*** diver consisting of ax piece* tea pot, cream ewer, sugar bowk spoon bowl nod kettle for bot water. President and Mr*. Harri-to’s gift is a large bow) for salad, with spoon to match, nt repousse silver, lined with gold Senator aud Mrs. Inland ritanfonl’* preran I was an immense white sat in-line*! blue plush case of Mild gold carving, fish ai d salad knives, fork-* and epooa*, the latter with carton*!* carved bandh* at color<-d    on w bleb, raised  in gold. are th* bride’s initials. MIR. Vin e President and Mrs Mort**® sent a large -wee containing six ani- lea in re-polio** silver fi r the dressing tabla Representative ami Mrs. Hitt, of Iliinofax seat a mnhoghany cheat containing < waive ii-, sen pi** < « of .liver—a do sen *a*-h of dinner, breakfast. tea, and a*| aru os knives an I fork*, with sp ains for en- h course, and lamia of every de*' ripilots. »  •raere-tary Tr*«>’a Gift.  r>o» I**!air Twiay's gift was a diver bowl for small fruits Mr i ud Mr* John McLean a Hill er salad !»fwl. Senor and Madame Roe,-ai, who a*- personal lr., od* of th# secretary of state, gave an Irdivieual pre* ant to addition to the one by the corp*. ■ant a pair of (Ad gold bracelet* of heavy  I    V.  A Tow* Drat rayed try Fire.  Slot x City, Iowa, May It). "Covington, th* saloon town arrow the river about which so much baa been written, waa lindy consumed by Ar* between o’clock to the morning I .ast January all the buildings on Die went aid* of the only J street ware burned, and the blate took all, thoae on the cast aid*. Niue building-were burned Kit of thief wars occupied by Hah ains Very little of th* roo ton ta wa* Raved, The loan ta about 11 <1,000, in-1 cured for Ira* than half. There la no probability that the town will be rebuilt  Ah Instill* Mot her'* Murderous Deed.  Ch ic auh. May HA—Mrs Ada Kkairom. wife <if a mechanic at TI Imrnit street, be earn* insane about aooa Friday and at- j tempted to murder her two batyc« bv throwing them from the second story ut the building w here they resided Tit* I rider child, UM years of age, suffered a  1  fractured skull and a broken arni The ■ other, aged 9 moot ha had an arm broken and wa* internally injured. It la thought j both will recover. The mother was taken j to tile detention hospital  Itwiller* I His Qralhsr-is-las.  FAIA HD KA, Maw*, May lh James (' j Eddy, mill treasurer, horsewhip;**! hi* brother-iu-law, P. J. Gage. a prominent  ( oui * runt ulti g sr ll Ii Tenants. irOxuoM, May I*. -Th* offer made by the agent of Ut* Ciongurey eatat* to settle with the tenants on she bael* of the pay meat id on* I it* lewd of three year*' rent. sa pre' burely exacted, ha* been accepted cendMtoiiaily by th* latter. Th* condition* laid down by Ch* tenant* lure that the I »-atsu- shall reiasLaU' all of th* truant* who have hero evicted, and plate them upon lh* suns footing In th* future as (hon* remaining, and that the house* de strops! shall be rebuilt and put into the a "" 7, I p*’“-****‘ Mi of the (fk-treS without expense  w  .. I to them. It Is thought probable that the  CARPETS, CURTAINS, OIL CLOTHS, RUGS, Ac.  condition* will br accepted In order to avoid further trouble.  IIH Ming t> lh* llsrt ( on 11 im-ut.  Lux isis, May ll).—The Bunds rd’* Merlin deapaldk says that Franc* and Germany have agreed, in order to avoid disputa* aa the frontier, to strip a wide space of  ground on (Hither ski* of th* boundary liar  1  and place at frequent intervals large atone* marking th* line cd de I im ital mu eonapicit  1  ouxly. Negotiation* with England with  1  regard to Africa ani to active progress but thu* far without any result, ** both aide* ire final,' adhering to their demands.  Hotel*!* *f Con»uI MrTStsss.  LiXtKiv, I!ay ll). - Thorne* McTheana, United States consul at Portsmouth, ha* committed stiUfld* by shooting himself with a revolver st South*-*  1  'astUs, a fashionable place of redden <• *>u the opposite of th* toilet of the ■*« >n which Ports mouth I* ritual* d  Muk|‘i Trrallra N«| Ax lh Tie* 4.  Hum*>N, May ID db James Frrgu on. under foreign were-I ary. stated to the  Our Prices  WILL BK FOUND  LOWER-Considering Qualities and Styles-  Thau in any other bouse in Alton. In consequence of Ut* GSK AT KXTKNT of our 8ALKS we are enabled to do RiHiutM* on a \ KRY CLONK MARGIN and ll it a roo-ognixcd fact that we bandle by far  LARGER QUANTITIES OF GOODS  THAN ANY OIH KU HOUSH IN TUP CITY.  WM SLITS.  cotton broker on the street Friday evening . Uiu-*- at commons that Henry M Hun ley's  TE., MIWA l ac*. x *. *A roiiik fur rn IaBm * . ai    *.*    *    *_    *      a    .    rn    ......  The men have been at odd* for a long lime, the trouble growing out f an alligation by Eddy that hts osier was bally trvwtod by her husband The altair laura* a wit»*tion owing to tbs prominent v of lh* parties.  lira*ntr a VK tim to Cmalne.  I.i.xiVGT- a, Ky., May Ik—Dr J. A. Stuck)' rush**d through the rireets of this city Weduevlay night, trying to cecaps imaginary foes Eight year* ago Dr. Mucky wa* a leading physkiau her* , His practice wa* large, his roast it u Hon weak, He resorted to eotaiue, aud mild insanity followed, resulting finally in complete an*, frenxied mania.  Ks-Kenater June* ut I turlA*.  In ti,oil, Mich., May It) — John E Jones, of ivnoacola. Els., ha* petitioned that hi* father, f-x-l lilied .State* Senator Jon**, el Kl* * ills w ho Mil! write* dad) letters to the New* York pa|«-r*> aravrting that Mrs Dr. Dr.xtk, nee Palma, ts hi* wile, be placed in st. Joraoh s insan<- say!urn  ( arlltle (.et* the Pluto.  Lucie! IMA, Ky.. May ll) The Hon J on u G CTrliala was nunniuited to sue oeod Senstoi Beek by the Ixemocratk caucus at I rankh rt Fret*) uigtt Knott aal  treaties vvUU African chief* • ut bori/. 4 by the geverninent.  were u*»t  I «»mital I loafing Im (hr Lake.  biiiK'sH Win, May ID Th* mystery of the lisappearaicw of I! II nude ha* been auh e<l *-y the discovery of his lady floating to th* Ipke Apt J '• he -I*-parted on a bsh lug tug and did md ret it rn. although bls b--u dm found, abow iug nosvldetira of an accident ho aa af his friends claimed that hr had >*rn mgnlerad and it was abo rep* rteJ that he had bv# -*een to a ntighiairing city lie is supposed to bae* hee ti ac* identdly diuwr.* d  I oak HU Own Life,  11 KCI na, Ms>t. May lh.—Edward Floyd Crosby, son of »*4imvmm Crosby sad Simi in-taw of    Brewer,    '-ommitted  suicide )*y slMtoiing himself through th* heart No defiant* snow is asetgned He had bid b's wife ,x<».d night only a few milt uie- hr fore. aud had goue to his room and iiodr vcd for lied Ile wa* lead when found  A Timely Uleoteq,  Dallas, T**** May I®. -An attempt wa- made at ta laid 'bt to born tbs court boo ► Th* touo’y record* ami other  I ana now receiving a large and varied stock of Clothe, in ail tiro  prevailing shade*, for H;>ring Suits, whioti I a n prepared to make up in th*  Most Fashionable Styles,  GU A R ANTH KING  A Perfect Fit  • Reasonable Rates and  Complete Satisfaction.  H. C. G. Moritz, 112 Third st.  HL W  ASBESTOS  JOHNS’  ROOFING  PATENTED  McCteary riKttarivrlt withdrew, and out valuable piper* were f t»d plaonl to a the third (Wil d Carlisle got til votes sud heap saturated with oil and fired. Timely tbs coveted prisa    ■ discovery jut vented their UHal destruction.  ruiE-pnoor.  T1)i* WI** perter uri fan . f J'urtoi!« ItoWag maaoto mnri by es f ut tk«  R thirty year*: la mU>ted fur ara on avo or Isl rote ie ait r tiara—, era •* y *|H> -d bv ui«-k• Ila*! War* io*r<. an ) erat* Od!/    atrail La aa mu. ii  V KU J- tmpt* *mU    prtM ijtjm !/§ »hig.  - N. W. JOHNS MFG. CO.* 2401 242 Rindolrl St. Antigo.  if New York, i*ltllH(telptilsu I.011S011,  ant,) v nfartDrere at H. W. dOMffU* toqakl Pettit*    GV • V r» fVmd  data, Hhratliia^a, dtiri:ae Fete, A. «<'.«• kwaiu 1‘acflkn;*. M*U*r Camtego, eta VtUAHK'TUI NiiULUKD f*I*TO»-KOD I'XC'KDU Milan. CAMM MTS. ETG.  "ii'll KALK BY  W. IL WAYMAN, Carpenter and Builder.  No, to, First st,, Alton, 111,   

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