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Publication: Alton Daily Telegraph May 27, 1890

Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 27, 1890, Alton, Illinois A LTON OAT LY TELEGRAPH. VOLUME A LTON, ILL., TUESDAY EVENING MAY 27, 1890. NO. 294 Finv-niteT comes. Twc. iy-One New Members in the Lower House. UNPRECEDENTED DEATH RATE. Dr. J. W. Enos' Sanitarium ALTOM, I Hi La. DR ENOS announce, that he ha. eatablixhml in a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for tho TREATMENT OF ILL CURABLE DISEASES. BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL. His experience during many years has convinced him that all disease# can be managed A LAROE SOLARIUM daily personal attention. Now Ot>en Globe Guarantees Prices. ir House iii THE GLOBE Guarantees Goods or Money Refunded. Out of Thr« « ll midi . <l and T»iiiO*FI»* Mrmbcn Who V, ere Ilr,wl Iii ISS. NU,*- lint. Iii. ii (lathered Iii Ii? th* Cirl ii. 'Inii-f. r ***,’, ti of tin World's t'ltlr * oiiiinU'.om i- Im Vfa.hlnglo* ta ll-c.li • I ti. lr ( oin im lotions. WAhUlM.roM (‘in-, May *7.—Then*have lni ii tin- Inrgcd number of vitcanck-* in th** jin wiit house of any hon*? of repre-setitaitVe* thai him onaetnbied lint* the clo**.of the war. Thi*r»* are now Hitting iii th- house nineteen nx-mher* who were not ell*, tell to it W hell cong!***** w ti* ch<*en in November, I'*®*, and there are still two VU) ,Helen to lie fiUed, <H copied by the death of Repre- ntativ® Wilbur, of New York, and the advancement of Representative Carii*h' to the fellate, The liouth rate of the Fifty ll rid congr®*.- him been unprecedented. Th re.- hundred and twenty live mem bm. w»r# ele»t«d to it in Noveinbi. lr*", and now nine of that numb-r are dead, and the successors of all but one of them are in cnngiVMi Tm . titjr-Ome Sr,* Memtn-ra. When the succtawof* of < arliale and Wilbur are chosen there will be twenty one new- UM inliem in the hon*1 Thin number is sun’ to be swollen by the probable action of the bouse ill th* three remaining contested elect nm ease*, in which the ootn-ndttee ha* recommended the unseating of members. If the house supports the committee- and It has not heretofore failed Pi do so—Iguigston will succeed Venable, Kemaghan will enema! Morgan, and Mu** Duffle will supplant Turpin, and the number of new men in the house will be swelled to the almost unprecedented figure of twenty-throe. WORLD'S FAIR COMMISSIONERS. the pre*1 tit week the contemplated house anion on the silver bill Th#r**ha* been a canvas* made on th*- {hair which diows that very strong opposition to free coinage exists In the house The present lielief of th*>*- members who have be«*u Investigating the sUuation is that the hmm 'nill pio-viding for the redamptiow in lawful moory or bullion can he passed in that body. A caucus of the house Republican* to consider the subject is likely to Is* called for Tuesday, unless it is thought best to await Speaker Reed's return. TUE HE A CONFEDERATE AFFAIR. Scripture Reading Approved by the Presbyterians. FOR SALE. THE COMMITTEE ON PUBLICATION Eight room Frame House, good Cellar, Cistern, Sink in House, Magnificent river The I led teat ton of the lane Monument at HkkwMtil. Va. W AAI! I KOTOS Cm, May 27.—Notice has been given that the dedication of the monument to (ten. I ah* at Richmond this weak i* to I* purely a < out.derate sffalr. The militia regiments that take part iii the jib- J ^ie’mhiutes, the report of rade will be ranked in the order which the •tate* from which they come |>asM-d the ordinance of *®r****ion. No United States Hag* will Is* <arrit*d. but only the flag* of the M-veral states, and the Hlctaiiu-nd ui‘ws(*n|s-rs air*silly report a liberal die-play of * ‘onfederate bunting pa th. puMU and pH vat. buildings of the slty. A < suae af Coo, ptaipA-The Washington paper* have for several days coataiowd calls for ah tV»afederate sol •ii#rs n sidlag in this #lty to rai#'* fin* ai-selves at certain hindquarters U> I* organised fc*r parti* lpatlnn in the aer* manic.*, and several hun*! rad have alw -ady made arrangement, to go to Richmond The re Present* Its lte|M>rt Through Hr. Iloo-ard C'ro*bv, whl.li Is ta Favor of Itihle Keading In the < amnion Schools The Prol.lt ut af Utopia} turn! for I nem-plott it Ministers Discussed by the Assembl} The It Apt Isl Anniversaries. SAI;At**!A, N. Y., May 27.—At the meet-ing of the I're-stiytertan (Xeneral assembly Monday morning, after the «ppr*»val of the committee on synodical records was rend The a* semidy, in apprpval of an overture from the Wisconsin synod, reaffirmed it* dellp* prance of lh7u in favor of retaining tie* reading of tin* llibh- in WI mon school*. The report of the standing committor on publication wa* delivered by Itaehalrman, I*. Howard Croaky. He thought that Munday sch<s>l and missionary wart and the preisvrstiofi af Kiwiday sebool b“A» and Umohi hops and of <ten®mlan»1onaJ helps wore w«dl diMie, w1iuU*vai any oo«* may nlky® aa the bis ii teas management. New Sch.Mils Organteod. They have organised I,IAI new view. Lot 50x120 For $1,250. plendid Building Lots on Fourth street, as follows, 60x120. $1200; 60x120, $1,000; G3x»20, with rock foundation, included* $1,350. Mairniliceiit River View to each lot Thirty acre farm 2 1-2 miles southeast of Brighton, all in cultivation. Four room schools .XKI scholar*; BW fusal of S-cretarh-s Pm** and Tracy to with 4,m teacher* arui l*-rniit the army and navy I etude to attend #*-Ju*d* I* sides the*** have Is*- i ocean • i* still the cairns .if gr*-at indignation to in rrnoequeuoe of tIn* offer ..f th* bsu t t< frame-house, Cellar, Barn, ^og) Granary is a.) 11 the cause    of    gr«*at indignation to j    In o-nae'tneuoe the surv mw* af    the    lost en use, bm their    supply hymn bs,k*. lesson h«lpv mu    , action MO*rn* to have    been well c-oneidered    Rjble® to an) our aetablhihing a new hun    i day school. Our aiiaatoaarte® havt visited nu* that the character of th® arrange nietits has bnxime known. more successfully in an institution of this kind, under the constant aupnrvlsion of the physician, and with the aid of means not otherwise at command, than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers at Intervals of several hour. or dave. The position of the SANITARIUM is high, and the surrounding are free from all noxious Influences. It is readily reached by the Second street horse cars, and is near the Union Depot. The building la large, and arrangement, are as perfect as is possible rrom a knowledge of sanitary science and the requirements of such an institution. Electricity in all its forms; Oxygon and it. compounds; Baths, Douches, Massage, Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided as may be required by patients, in addition to such other treatment as may be deemed advisable. A >uii*tM*r ut I In in Im W .i-hlngloii ta Ht***hc Their CnmmtnioM. Wamum.ton City, May 27.- Several of the world’* fair commissioner* ate in Washington getting together pn*j*ar:iU»ry t«» rrueiviug their rnmmlai'm*, via.: R. B. Uoodell, the    Dr nu sr* tic eoinnils»ioaer from Colorado; «-x-R»pre®entatlve J. T World's Fair Cs*rn I I une r* Appointed. Washixhton ClTT, May 27.—-The president has mad** puhlk* the iwirn* of the •-oui mission.-re st large tor th® wurkt’* fair a* fellowa: August E Bullock. Mas** ohuasetU; alternate, Henry lggall* Maine; Thomas W. Rainier, Michigan, alternate, James Oliver, Indiana; it C. Keren*. MI* soori: alternate, R. W Furness, Nebraska* Edwunl H. Ainldou. New York; alternate, Dorton W. Allen, New York. Peter A. Ii Widener, P> ^Sylvania; alternat* John W. Cf .Ifsut Pennsylvania, Samuel W. Inman, Georgia; alt* male William Lindsay. Kl utucky, Henry KxaU, Tex***, alter Hate. llrnry L. King, Trxa*. Mark I. Mi lkmaid. < aliform*: alternate. ThonM Burke, state of Wanliingt in; for the Dis- moo ......a-.------- '    Burke, state or w asMogt Harris, of Virginia. I oh John G. Dicmn trjrt of ColU|Ui4n. A, T. For Sun Baths and exercise in cold and inclement weather, etc., is provided. Each patient la thoroughly examined by Dr. Euos, and receives hi* FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS. For further information addrest Dr. ENOS at the SANITARILY, corner of George and Third its., Alton. III. •on, of Texan, and Hem. Jame* D. Batt, th** Republic an im mini bs loner from West Virginia. Under th# provi*i«.n» of tim bill, a Democrat and • Republica® eo?u mind*mer an- nominated ft»r w h state by the governor** th* reef, *■ object to the cob-flrmatlou by Hie president, who has abo the apjMonnuent of eight commis*-i-*nen at large. It i* a singular fact, considering the general rush for office and pride of . plate, that the governors of thirte-ou stat** I have failed to Mend iii their nominations. I Home active telegraphing ha* ben going . on between the White House and the lack-ward governor* to burry them ap. Ha*-* They (teen t onltriardT •Til* world'* fair 1*111." in the language of a prominent statesman, “w a* approved April 25. ft declares ape*-ilk*It) and without re** r vat ion «w exception that the com rn lesion era art' to tin nominated by j the governor* and confirm**! by the president within thirty day* from the ap prowal of the aet." Th# same gentleman say*: “lf the president has confirm**! the eomtni*M*loiien*, I am not aware of it. If Britton and K. Kurt* Johnson, romini**ion**rs Alfred Wilson and Horsey Clagett, alteruato*. A. THE GARFIELD MONUMENT. A Mpteadltl HtsptMV un the Oseaslun **f It# IMIrgkts. CumCLAKD, Ohio, May 27.-- Every •tiinw jsiint* to a splendid display on the ac* t oon of dedicating the O.irfteJd nionu meut on May w. Prwddont Harrison, Vice President Mortem and Hecreteurkes Blaine, Husk and Noble will arri vs here Thursday noon, ami the celebration will begin at that time. Ail idea* of a funeral character have iwen put aside. The po* rad Friday will include thirty military organ; tut Bona, th*»u*anda of uniformed Knight* Tnnplar and many other dvte so-ci.'tt. *. Great trouble Is a IU 1(Uj>*rt<sl In transporting the vial tom. Ha<hin.-n hove organised a combine to s*a'ure l*J0 a day for each carriage. Indignant < tTi**n# at on<*- tendered the ase of th«4r private car rtages, and the pollee have I sam Instruct**! to arrest every hackman discovered In day ________------- 2,616 Hunday achoola, 62,V>J iamili*-* and • traveled    mile* Then: had liven , much advantage, direct andimlirwrt, from J the work of the Isiard, who-e la'.rim* fkielity Im worthy of a1! prnw Iteoia* I lions were offered approving thi* work and recommending Gist it cot-kb-r th*-*-x;s*li« n* y of publishing Hundajr-erhool help* and literature in the German ami (a a 11 ti ma Vian language Dr. Wwrdea'* statrMo-nt. Pending a motion that the r> ;s»rt is adopt#*!, leave was given to Dr Worden, superintendent of Muiday *rh'»<d «- »• k, to make a statement, fit* *»d«l that the bust- ' new* depnttmenl rwelwd n 'thing from the cont iiinit ions iii hunday neb *»|« for Son-ita) school ni'-sio't work, but, on th** con- , tr*r>, gi'**. over fu»0;(*»j it* the mHatenary department A question—Iks-*- n d the hu:*in«*M* -Ic partinont sell It* terne- to th® mUak.riary )lepartm*-tit *    ,    •    ,    ’ Answer-- Yea, but at the price at which j the moot favored purchaser- get them it j giv. s two-third* of Ba profit* to the Hun-, day ■« bool and mie»ion'vry Alt the money you give gate new Mc-hooU. Dr. I raven'* IU* ta or Ss. Dr. (’rn vco, the secretary of the ten rd, allotted to tie* criticism* of the s|a-ciul j committee of lo veal i gat loll, botas this j wa* referr. >1 t*» ain't ber Hpeeiai cominitte** he thought It would is* Improper f«»r him j to say anything alsnti it. He dwell priu oipally u{arn the advantage* Smoke-house* Well, Cistern, Will sell for less than $35 per acre. Money to tioan. , Sill Bt siree ADJUSTABLE WINDOW SCHEEN. Strong, Light aud Handsome. ii -.if Blent, tu establish Fits any Window. The Cheapest Respectable Screen in the Market. Oiled or Stained. of t he eIP to rah ip given th p**rlo.!i)-al* am! las.k*. the - » rn *—    UJ,.t    hod*. aware h. kit falled to do SO I w,gild te pleased to be enlighteuod aa to their legal stand ‘UR-” .    . IN SENATE AND HOU8K. MyaapsD of Go- Doings la the National another lively time. THE GLOBE Has a Larger Assortment and Complete Stock HENCE : You owe a Duty to Yourself to Caii (SYER AXU ANON | at the GLOBE. HILDBBRAIMD Invites You All. (be Doings I* Legislator*. Warhrn;tux City, May 27,—In th® acuate Monday after the journal hod beeu fond, the oath of office wa* administered to Mr. Carlisle as senator from the state of Kentucky to till the unexpired term of the j Ute Mr. Heck. Mr Blackburn escorted Mr Carlisle to the derk'a desk, and after he had suljoeribed to th® oath of office he wa* shown to hi* neat, and while there wa* surrounded by senator* from loth side* teiulerlng their congratulation*. Iii* 1 desk wa* graced by a number of floral tributes. Coke presented pet it kin* of the En niters’ Alliance in favor of tit.- ,m»;s>*e*l warehouse god *ub-treosury hill Fie said be had no sympathy with th# plan Slier man presented petitions to exclude from ti e mail* The Police Gaoette and similar publk'ations Plumb offered a re** Jut ion Inst ruct i ag the flnanee committee to pri'pare and ro-( port, in connection with the tariff Mil, a I statement showing the dtitle* levied under existing law; Ute duties a* the) wonld be under the house Mil, and the duties under Uh* hill to lie reported by the committor— Bilch duties to lie Btate**] in 1'Hrallel col-aniD* And especially lf the coiniuittew , sh-mid recommend new duties or the inert***- at existing duties, to state the reason in * ach ca** Sherman pointed out I th# difficulty of the committee on f!nan<* giving reasons f**r it® reoom me Dilation in (Hi lt of the J,ft*1 item* covered in the WIL The reason* might be given gen-W)*lh if<- movwl to strike out ,,f the resolution th** "In .-ach case" Sherman'* amendment wa* disagreed to. Reagan moved toamend I the resolution a* to require tai cases cf compound duties specific ami advnlorom column showing the equivalent ad valor* in amount of the duty. Allison moved to insert in Reagan’s amend man* th* words: “Where prartfanhir * He* gan'B ameiidm«*nt nuslifts*! as suggested Sr AUbam wa* agree*l to. Th*- resolut ion was forth' r ameud#*i on ii,, tion of Haw-U*y by making it apply ala.* to reduction j of duties aud a* thus amended was agreed to. (’airs resolution calliug for information Os to the landing of an a nj ie* I for.* from the revenue cutter McLnne at Cedar I Keys. FU,, was ngiw*l t*». Consideration of the naval appropriate*! hill was theft ! resumed. la (be Mouse. Owing to tho id WIK' of Speaker Heed. ! Who lots gone to att*-ad the funeral of his mother, tin horn- was called to order by Clerk McPherson. On motion of Mo Kink-1 Burrow • of Michigan uh, els* tad speaker pro tem. Acuate bill was jessed for the erection of rn public building at Canton, Ohio v*ut MttU.UUO S-nate hill was «te> paos-d llicrsaaiug to fffS.tfctU ti.a limit of the oust of the puhlk building at Jacksonville, Ills Business rvh*ting to Hist rut of * oiuinlti* affairs wa-, then p»*»-oend«sl uith. The Rock Creek park Mil wan called up and tbs motion to recoiiaktor w as agrwsd lo ami th* MU was passed A (.real TuimiL lit lbs Re,it,icky Hobs of Representatives. FKAXXrogT, Ky., May 27.—There wa# another exciting scene in th# house hat ar-1 day A re-olutioe was offered for an Investigation of the conduct of one of th* members who has been accused of peculiar ‘ conduct regarding a railrrmd Mil. Th# lntr«sluctk»n of th** resolution raised a great tumult and Hugh Cougar of Marion county triad to get recognition for a mo thm btl Mr. Cox, who was hi the chair, fieri in*-'! to nixie# him. This inforiate*! ('.Kip r s . that he rushed up to the chair ao*l. weiring Ox by th*- arm, yelled that he (Cooper) kfiow hi* rights ll# started to drag ('ox out on nu- floor, andthelattet dr* vs hu h his gnvwl to i.rMn Coop**#. when he recovered him*, lf and ordered th*- s.-rgeant at arm* to scat the disorderly mender The latter afterward apologists!. improvement of Munday n*h til*' miosionary w*«*k d«tie liy ald «>f the board (hr* ugh Its public at Un* and it* col po rte mw both at home and abit**!. Me have forty-four permanent, esisTii-nced, devoted, auoceaaful m'*o, full of q.irit, lo* sides eighty-eight or mon theological eta d* nu, estsMishlng and bell dug mbduti school* In destitute parts of th* Held The resolution* ta* re i*« -s«-d with the a.l.li tlon of Munday sch.sd hell* and literature In Bpanlah.    _______ Tbs Baptists at ( bleago. Cm* ado May 27.-TM- fifty-eighth an niversary of the Baptist American Rome Missionary s.wi. ty began Monday morning: at tho Immanuel chun ii The principal business bnf ors the asse ill bl) wa* the pre* ■ id®nt's address and the annual report id th** exccutiva committee The reading of the report was followed by addr®**** on •The lucern*** of Hem-thence in Our Churwhthk* by Rev. Dr U. A Crandall, of Ohio. and on “Our Foreign Population,’ by Bc\. U J Meier, of flUn. iR and Lev £ M. Smltb, of Wisconsin. In th® after rnsm brief addn vse* wen- mud*- concern tug the work of the societies in the vart ous western Helds. For PITTS 318 Belle Sale toy & HAMILL, St.. Alton, ill. A. J. HOWELL DEALER IN' CARPETS, CURTAINS, CLOTHS, RUGS, Ac. OIL A Lake Captate Drowned. T»)i.Kls*. Ohio, May 27 Munday night aKmt * an th# tug Mute , with (hesrhoofite W. L. Pi ck in tow, g*H aground in ming the el IMW cm th® ranges In the buy C apt.. J unsky, white endeavoring U) prevent damage to th* Peek by the .vdlita.ai that occurred, wax knocked rtvwdmord while lr#tin * go Hie fender. Be wns seen on th» water several minute* afterward line ua* thrown to him, but be could do* reach It and was dr<Twn*#l The body was IVC* A ere*!. It will be sent to hi* boma in Saginaw. Mich. Th. Gen* an Catholic « on* rn (I na. Mn.w At'KKK, Wis , May 27 -The firat con vent Urn of the (terman Catholic codette* in WUeonslu open®*! in this city Monday morning. It la®Xpe< ted the convell-Hon will ido|tt revolutions in cqqawitkm to the Bennett compulsory **<iucatkin law A CAUSTIC LETTER. Our Prices WILL BK FOUND LOWER-Considering Qualities and Styles- Than in mnv other house in Alton. In consequence of the OUK AT EXTENT *»f our SALES we are enabled \o do Business on a VERY ( LOSE MARDIN anti it is a recognized fact that we handle bv far Tbs Haltlniorr A Ohio Railway. Raltimouk. May 27 -It ww mini to I* pretty wall iwaur*X1 thai th* iftalttmors A stanley'* Reply U Re* *-nt I iteraaeea at I,*ir«l Msllsburyr. LsOtODK,    Hay 27.—Th® tin    ss    print® a tong and cssRk letter fr**m .    lr.    Stanley. TU‘'rr    in reply tm    th* r*sa-ut ntteran    ca    ..f Lord •    MalPhary.    Mr Stanley de* lares    that be has mWhing hat a sentimental interest ie any part of Afrb a, trot he says that im finding that many at bls friend* have em harked their money M an African enter pet*** un the strength of a oliarter u*« orth a counterfeit sixpence unless LARGER (jUANTITlEsl OF (iOOOS THAN ANY OTR KR HOISE IN THE CITY. SIHI.W SLITS. th® words ()hp, Railroad >*-im‘pany will issue at teas* fiO.lNX.iiO and p-rhnis flAfWn.mit more of «uu nom stock A part <if this will te am*1 to pay for bridges, station* and equip Bent, and th® proposition will ohs* lie fore the board abortly The knowing OOM my that the row I will retire tee stet# aud city interiwt and rid the company cd the stak- and city directors llon|til Harper’s Srhoot Honk latereata. ( LXVELAM'. Ohio, May 27 -A sjwHal to The Pres# from Col urn bu a Ohio. statea th** the re* cully formed school book trust which is doing busltx-M under the name of the American H* bool Book eonipmif ba* purchased the school »*ook later.Of* of Harper * Bro,, of New York, for AMMA Th*- Harper* ha*I rwfuas! to >»tn the trust and the purchase was thus rendered im parativa.    ___________________ « ra*b«te Cadee rn Moose, p.,MT Wa-iiixotuM, Win May IT- iustesd of Knglifhuieti. he has urg*-)l hi* friend* to discover ti® exact limit® of their territory. Tbe (terman sphere la Africa. He Wister* to quarrel with neither Germany mn Raglaad. hut say* boldly that if the Germs*t oulnarial (IhbhjhU la* grant***! It wottkl be more ramwkal to tnak** Germain a gift of tbe whole British sphere. I Then Br it Uh investor* might obtain at* many shilling* for the p.unds they so omdulonsiy have been victimise*! out of. In ronc|u*ioa he dwUte thot the Gorman aph- n* Is the floral in Africa and adda: llteir <w>‘ I* girc. Mite.' W you think they are ’sstter »iK|*tod thou th# English to civilise the African, do ii thing half heartodly Yteid ail, lududluf Egypt; never a w*»fd of prof.*t rhall yuu hear from oic Rx quasi vt amiability may become on infirmity, and th** infirmity of uegltguaot, Ilk** othcf dkwaxiw. gr**ws till ii ends in HUI large aud varied a Lock of Cloths, in all the tits, wine.i I am prepared to make up in Most Fashionable I __________ .    I    am now receiving  w___ ^'■^1?| pr*«ihn,{ .Uad«. tor SprlorfSuiu. whicU I .rn    to    m.kc    up    Ut    Wt every indkwtlon of a dlspostthm •*« the Hart of tbe government to help Germans    ____ _ Stvles, GUARANTEEING A Perfect Fit, Reasonable Rates Complete and Satisfaction. H.C. 6. Moritz. 112 Third st. The Miser Dill. IV AAU I XU IDX ClYT, May 27 Biparted abonne* of Kp*ok«*r postpone for tem# days and —I ho aalii od may possibly for While try ing la raiati email «v*tt *g« th support* gave way and the hoo-w ten, j    senility." cruahing Julius Holier*and August Ajrdlt* to d'-nth and fatally lr.luring Lull* Bever Both ucti wh*» were killwi wen* inarrisd ami leave Sarg*- fatudi*** J a- m    (rom Nut re Dame Tower. P (git, K Mav •*?.—A young 21 year* of age. committed jumping it im the tower cath* ira!. Stabbed lit* Diverted Wife. fate d Iv* .iced wife ‘ hsn use si J w- for dsmag. a- Ti. J* - * n k«*g# bat were It Is thought 'be will .lie. Page nOt *old hen- veer® take it to Ap < . where H. A. HOFFMANN* No KNK-102 Hast Second st. woman, suit id® by Notre Dame Tbe People Were Mighty Dry. |j_j up I,-,. I'% , May -7. —A cM-luitl of tear wa* (."livered in Mr Hilverman in thin pl «• *t .*«>■«•!"* k Sat unlay, who un Bie**iitely G gi,i; I »*ii *)»■"«? of it It) "orlu intl packages** By t...*o*l«» k all but •even kegs weft* .ti -|M-e -I of. Suit will la-tw?n> uh? again A Silverman for violation of Ute Brooks law’. Th# latter say* ta# will give toil or go ti. bul, and then, if It U decide*! that bi* buatlM -*-* is W* al, will ell® IM 331 st® bl led married is in jail. j they were quickly disposed of t SF &    > rnr k Five Y'fjnri. rituf, Sf*    of    /*w antal v :    .    .-req    k'f*»    nltN*    I    ■■    t    oisi, PnrMgjglp__ VAUNTED    on. a..imr» WB# I »r«o. paid. tV*w| ,    M4«    »    ca^    vt*,    auk    tM(aj>Uia«    oaoiMa bg. wk /uaeo.n. t, aa a* elwrtW, Wrtl® HKttWk I mr ai. I* at. ii*f Bav*o»4a*”__ ^ _    ____ I* ho*! ilKH*. V«rw-o an, < Slcoqe. III. (TW* Wan a raltacoa "J ;

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Publication: Alton Daily Telegraph

Location: Alton, Illinois

Issue Date: May 27, 1890

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