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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - June 2, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON DAILY VOLUME MOKDAV JBVBNma JUKE President Harrison and Party at the Smoky THE SCOTCH IRISH CONVENTION Otwes Him an Informal tteccptioa Luting HourA Audience THE PRINCE AUD THE lj for Imperial J dticens ate euthnslMtte tmt the rtrti of tbe of Connaughi He received half ft addresses and hfereplies ItAve beraac cepted M Htt important words went In reply to an attdress from the Imperial Federation The imporUl federation one of those which ate coming to tbefrtmt Greet the more Enos ENOS announcesthat he has established in a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the OFILL cu BOTH MEDICAL and His experience during nyiny years has convinced him that all diseases can be managed more institution of this under the constant supervision of the and withlihe aid of means not other vise at than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers at intervals of ueveral hours or The position of ishe SANITARIUM is and the surrounding are free from all noxious It is readily reached by the Second street horse and is near the Union Tbe 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 formsj 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 FOR THE RECEPTION OF For further information address ENOS at the corner of George and Third Congress toy Governor Camp or Time Made br Presidential Party In June presidential consisting of President William secretary of treas8 M ury John postmaster j general Jere secretary of and the presidents private Elijah arrived in this city from Cleveland at T oclock Saturday A special committee of repre sentative citizens and delegates to the ScotchIrish congress met thedistinguished party At Union Headed by an escort of fifty Companies G and National guards of detail from Battery and the Great Western band the party was taken to the Monougahela house for At the ScotchIrish At the same escort conducted the It in which u an and as a naturally feel a deep In You will readily Chat deep as the affection of the mother coun try IB toward her It Impossible that any movement In the direction of And llriUnnla Once the colonies make up their minds that they wish to become part of her majestys I am wire England wUl not be found backward in her In the evening there was a parade f all the militia and regular troops tfl f The prince visited Queeostown Ketghtand other historic places in the Niagara vi XMlonal Republican WAsHUfOTOK June ineaf bsrs of the executive committee of the DB Uonal Hepnblicaa committee met at Sea1 honorable visitors to Mechanical hall J atorQnays house Friday nigfctiaha talked informal lasting an was On leaving the hall three rousing cheers were giv n in honor of the distin guished At 10 oclock they were again on their way to As soon as the confusion in the hall bad President called the congress to The regular exercises were opened with pmyet by president of Westminster Governor of was intro duced and delivered an address oa The ScotchIrish of paying tribute to its many distinguished citizen of the past and The governors speech was received with much eutbusi The Fastest Trip on President Harrison and his party en factof the selection of to fill the vacancy on the exec utive committee occasioned by the death of of the adoption by the committee of resolutions of regret and sympathy at the death of their The Newfoundland June comment ing on the growing urgency of a settle a glowing ment of the Newfoundland re peats that the buying out of the French interests is the most obvious Even it for the inflated damages generally given in international onr case is strong that j em e esern non eegra is no reason to expect that we should company has made a careful investigati joyed the distinction of making the fastest award of any impartial author1 ot ioifof the charges obtaining satisfactory trip on record between Pittsbnrg and Ali WfS France will meet us to a proof of Serious Charges Against Sev era Railroad ANTILOTTERY MEN CHEATED Affecting the loUerjr IB North Dakota Sidetracked and JTiarotvble to the Loiter fttuhed While UM of the Vi fevonsbte Ones Put Into Possession ol ftwj tottery June Journ a sensational story affecting promi neatbfBdalsof the Northern Pacific rail It charges that on tbe night o 4 tbe Western Union telegraph wires werecut two mites east of and that investigation proves that tho work was done by chic train and two ant It is supposed at the instance Mc Cabej superintendent of division of tfce Sforthcro Pacific His worked wire Bis At that tlmea great many tele both for and against tbe lottery projett were passing over the aud young McCabe and lib two assistants sidetracked as were unfavorable to the lottery and rushed the others through with all possible i Given It is charged that they advised the lottery of the contents of messes Intended Mor the anti lottery people in advance of rheir deli very to entitled ta and thus pint the lottery crowd in possession the secrets and plans of the antilottery people before the opponents of the lottery could communi cate with each other in different parts of tbe Long petitions and lists of names in favor of the lottery it is rushed through without while protests against the lottery were de Superintendent McCabe issued passes indiscriminately to friends of the lottery written on ordinary note beads with orders to conductors that be returned to him when taken The Journal prints a fac simile of one of them The Western Union Telegraph Ion GLOBE Guarantees THE 0LOBB Guarantees Goods or Honey THE GLOBE a Larger Assortment and Complete Stock on the Pennsylvania The presidents train ran as third section of day express and left Pittslmrg at 10 Altoona was reached at two hours and twentyfive minutes occu pied in traversingthe 117 miles interven The fastest time betxveea Pittsburg and Altoona is made by the limited ex The schedule time of the latter re quires just one hour more than was used by the presidents or three hours and twentyfive BURNED THE ORGAN How Sonio Churchmen Got lilil of the Iintraiuent of the SULrHCR many months ago number of the ladies of the congregation at Bridges north a few miles from Mount set to work to roise money enough to buy an How well they succeeded the organ itself WAS there to testify about ten days but however much it improved the harmony of the song it left the unity of the congregation hopelessly The conservative party was but obstinately set against this in strument of the Last Sunday the congregation sang in the old for in the still hours of the night some one had carried tbe organ out of the house and made a burnt offering of and only and wires Offi cers are making an effort to discover the perpetrators of the Bold Daylight June as Mary Casserly was walking on Fourth street a young man snatched her hand bag containing and darted into an Officers soon started in The fugitive becoming winded halted on tbe fired on tbe officers who re turned none of which took The thief run into an old storehouse whore he was finally The prisoners name is James Ougan and he comes here from Spokane The money was all recovered except The Tariff BUI Jn WASHINGTON June Re publican subcommittee of the senate com mittee on finance met in the committee room at 10 oclock Saturday and at when a short recess was bad disposed of the schedules on pottery and No hearing was Several Democratic members of the committee dropped in from time to but no one else was ad mitted to the committee proof of their desire to putting aside the matic ideas of using the Egyptian ques turn as a I I Observation ot the First Anniversary ol JPromlnent Michigan Journalist j the EAST Jane j June Lewis died suddenly Friday morning of the first anniversary of that terrible flood heart He was born at j that for the time being swept Johnstown June and came to Michigan almost out of and the event in locating at Mount For wag solemnly Solemn flfty years he has been identified with Mgb or repose of the sonls of Michigan He had been i i m j vnose VTUOSQ uvcs ont in me nected as proprietor or v I editor wath Tbe Malcomb ff tne waters vras lleld Dally Commercial Bulletin at Marys and The Port Huron The Sag Onlnmbklll ji the services in the haw The Bay City Daily Call and were particlpatied in other by mkriy from outside be ing extremely In the after BaptlsU Take the were services in honor of the CousciL June janknfawn dead in Grand View Northwest Scandinavian encehas adopted resolutions denouncing the liquor traffic The resolutions were that the liquor traffic la a and conclude That we absolutely abstain the use of all Honor as a beverage and support such men for bbth na county and as will You owe a Duty to Yourself to Call KVKll AND ANON lie Can Well Be June James aged 85 who has been iti jail since January last for abudug his was released a few days Fri day he went to his home and was refused He stopped out on the aide drew H revolver and shot himself in the He will Tbe United June The United Presbytorlan assembly FWday referred the Wisconsin Vonuutt law to a commit The Bliilr bill and the original pack age bill wero was tbe atxt meutlog Evidence of Foul Juno A dog un cavthed n human foot under tbe sidewalk in the business portion of city aud tbe pollcti nn the which created intense many be liivliig murder bos beun pledge themselves to work for laws prp hitiug the manufacture of liquor and its Joe EmmeUs Wife NEW June tho arrived early Friday morning in the completing a trip to Jueena town and return without He left this port two weaks ago and when vessel was near Queenstown he taken otf by a tender which plioed birn 6n board the outgoing Brittannla ab seiico EmmeU secured her divorce and it is thought that Emmetts trip being delivered by BealeL Presbyterian Methodist and Re At night tb mystre choir of the Conematigh valle held divine services in honor of their de parted brethren at the Lutheran fUee War in The whit citizens of Cameron have declared war upon blacks because of an assaul a lady by anegrce three weeks Notices have been posted to the ei feet that no colored man will be permiUet to live In that Word reached this city that Kobert Weaver bad been qovrn in cold blood at Cameron be cansehis skin was His assassin is Baying Cp the June rumors that a syndicate of New York and may have been to avoid j Chlcako desirous of controllini unpleasant notoriety connected and the with Murdered by LITTLE Jane Hc one of the wealthiest and most prominent mill men in 4 was murdered In Lincoln county by John an who had been repri manded for neglect of Before Com mit ting the deed Horville invited the mill hands to attend his He crept up behind his victim In a strip of woods and emptied both barrels of a shot gun into bis Horville 4 Of It New June John euaUira agent of tlio UlluuU Ctm tral railroad in UiU died at T oclock in the inorniug at Twenty third Ho wan born Tl KKA March Wiu Once White Honte June Rannie Jennings widow of John died Friday aged 91 She was born the night on which Washington During tbe ad ministration of President John Qulncy McPhersou was one of the belles of the Fifteen SAX JUDJ whole square of frame buildings in the section known as in south San was destroyed by started in Horn Cbapuians slsuKhter early In tho Fiheen horses were burned to The loss U estimated at uua NBW ILitruUl til Jum Jjiko Kllmin liiu urrivixl lieru and Is niixlouv to nmto nil dtbar Ho liv will meet lid Smith or but would prefer to Imve another eJwnco at U by Baron IloothTnoher In NEW June the pas sengers who rcachixl this city by the steamer Norman nia wot soninlaw of Gen of tho Salvationists of Uie He re main in America about three weeks and in that time will address w many meet ings as One tu kf Juw trustee of tlje t Wt shares of augur trust stock abave when ererybxujr wanted bought the tamo stock back undw Thursday whuo everybody wanted U sail Donnlnc Itecord Mtw June the Jftrwy Athlvtic club IJsy ran tlirttmi lux In H break Icjf rovord of IS minutes 8 tor tluit vvliicii rucord yoniij Day the wpolesale Uakeritw of New Englanc and purchased the plants of Ken and bad offered for the plant of a wellknown firm in tbil oity ore confirmed by tbe transfer of plant of Jonn Pearson Sop wholesale to the New York Biscuii A Pretty State ol June body of a dead bifaut was found in a cool bos la the Swedish It was evidently a case of the second within a fort night The county physician refused to perform an autopsy because the super visorswould not him for the last and the not being nble to tell whether the infant had lived in this could not hold an A Prediction by June Wig gins says that Italy may be shaken to Us very center by earthquakes the present The earthquake in Armenia tbree days ago was caused by the suuuo force that shook up Queen Chnrlottts The planets were uuarly tbe snmo position in when Pompeii was over whelmed by ashes and lava from Vesu M Arrested Just In June Estafette says of the Nihilists recently arr eted in this city while plotting against the that when Into custody they were about to stnd a quantity of explosives to the Pruii ilon Tbe Estafettee says that the arrests were uudu on Informa tion had from the Hussion polico All Kutnors Put NKW the meeting of delegates of the clubs of tho Players Ball league it voted to adhere to of gqmes perfected in and in doing thin tbe league of feotuaUx pute at ail reporu and ru diort of a oontrsry PrUoners Ilreak prlsj made good Utelr escape from tbe county atuoug tliu number being Scot OlTuiT ami the county pHxonrro caugUi the Jailor whon o came t food tlivm and iu O R SAL Bight room Frame good Cis Sink in Magnificent river Lot For Splendid Building Lots on as Foiirtli with rock Magnificent Biver View to each lot Thirty acre farm 2 12 miles southeast of all in Four room log Will sell for less than per to o a ARE ACKNOWLEDGEDTHE Simplest Most and REMAINS Unchanged through Years Please dont be gulled luto trjins experimental Over 3OO now in use In our 315 Belle HOWELL DEALER IN OIL WILL BE FOUND LOWERConsidering Qualities and Styles Than in any other house in In consequence of the GKEAT EXTENT of our SALES we are enabled to do Business on a VERY CLOSE MARGIN and it lsa oguizetl fact that we handle by far LARGER QUANTITIES OF GOOBS THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE I am now receiving a large and varied stock of in all tbe revailing for Spring which I am prepared to make up in the GUARANTEEING A Perfect Reasonable Rates and Complete 112 Third funr June terrlAo bail utorm occurrvd lu tba Kod Klvsr val A Kolurlum June at T Hunkiiu noturtuus iu Clark aul nearly two tans of gamn carried I   

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