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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - June 3, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 A LTO JNJ DAILY TELEGRAPH.  VOLUMK  ALTON, I LL., 'ITI LSI JAY EVENING JUNE 3. ISHO.  NO. JDO  Dr. J. W. Enos' Sanitarium,  ALTON, ILL.  DR. ENOS announces that he bae eatabltohod in a banding purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the  BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL.  His experience during many years han convinced him that all diseases can be managed more successfully in an Institution of this kind, andor the constant supervision of the physician and with the aid of means not otherwise at command, than whcu the {Mitients are seen by their medical advisers St intervals of several hours or dave.  The position of the SANITARIUM Is high, and the surrounding are free (rom all noxious Influences. It Is readily roached by the Second street horse cars, and is near the Union Depot.  The building is large, and arrangements ar© as perfect as is p '^aible from I knowledge of sanitary science ana the requirements of such an institution Electricity in all it* form#; Oxygon and its compounds; Baths, Douches, Massage, Inhalation, Nursing, etc., arc provided as may be required by patients, in addition to such other treatment as may be deemed advisable.  A LARGE SOLARIUM  For Bun Baths and exercise in cold and inclement weather, etc., is provided.  Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and receives hit daily personal attention.  Now Or>on  FOR TUE RECEPTION OK PATIENTS.   : or further infor.nation addrest Dr. ENOS at the SANITARIUM, corner of George and Third sit., Alton, III.  NO out HOOSE OUI I  GLOBE  Guarantees Prices.  « iii Alton but  THE GLOBE  Guarantees Goods or Money Refunded.  iiiiif iii  lim  '[MJI  I  FATAL FIRE AT ST. LOUIS.  An Army of Enumerators Now at Work.  WORK REQUIRED OF THEM.  HE1VCE :  You owe a Duty to Yourself to Call  KVKK AMI AMOS  at tile  GLOBE.  HlLDEBFtAKTD  Tttvi tee You All.  fhiMiii  Si ii a  Ihrj H I t%* Into th* Ut it Hic »n«l Hiisl-n©»« I *«»i „r th* Crop lr of tlir Ctien-try VU    Ham Thu  H»t»'« I* I ut **’ * 11 riff 4 in (hr Killimal |«|. Isl *tu re—I’roli.sSitUy That tilt- Tariff IHI! Will Iii Kcpiirtnl THU Work.  W Ann I vot« »v ('ITT, June J.—A small army of ©numrrfttoni, ©ach out* clothtd with the invincible authority of Uncle Sam, Kwoopt-J down upon tho United Blat©* Moodily. They are charged with tbs t-lovciith odic tai count of tile people. It is only once in ten that every cill* w»u nod non chiton has the op "tutti! v of making th© government acquainted with hi* pt I vale and business affairs. II** must dolt promptly and with good nature, too, for tho re'tim* for each c ly must be within ta■» Wu k*, and those for the country did rills hi a month: and heavy penalties  tine Ivrsuii burton,I••<! nud Others Badly hrorehrd by blames.  ST. lions, June 8.—Shortly after 8 o'clock in the morning fire broke out on the second floor of the building at I,(BB Franklin avenue, which wa* occupied aa a tenement by several fainili<* Georgs Wolf and family hail rooms in the front part of the building, aud diaries Hint*#© and family <x< opted the rear apart manta. Tim Haines had gathered such headway a lien discovered that R was with great iltffi< ulty the firemen succeeded rn reero-ing any of tile inmate* The aged father of (George Wolf was suffocated by smoke. Mrs. Wolf and her two small children were seriously burned, but will recover. Mr*. Charles MausVund her 7-year-old eon were frightfully burned and tbcdr recovery la doubt fill. The fire is supposed to have originated in a paint simp on the int flisnr. Durango to property t70,(J0i>.  Til inns of ram.  Several  from  Elopements Reported Different Localities.  FOR SALE.  AN ILLINOIS FARMER’S TROUBLE  The Cid-liurg Nnttniwl league ('lab.  Pittsburg, Pa., June I—Director J. Palmer O’Neil, of the Pittsburg National league Base Hall elub, denies the published statement tiiat that be bas sold his interest in the club, or that it was net*** nary for him to bon ow money to bring the club bom* Thine players— Yauygiuan, Kelly and dona* will he    from the  T V    ...... ........  ••an Im enforced in cases wh»*re the author-  r,u, i- It is al*o stated tket the manage  tty of tile eon mem tor is defied or set at naught. For the Amt time in a century, however, it Is more than probable that a large prounion of the papers returned to Washington will bv incomplete.  Question* Objected To.  A very general bowl ba* liven raised over Now ti bi t" of the thirty queries, by which the indivilud interrogate*! is re quired to tell whether lictor slie is suffering from an acute or chronic diana#©; w hether delict ive in mind or body; whether the house live I ie I* hired or owned; whether it is mortgaged, and lf mo, who own* the tm rig age. Nearly all the most influent in] p iper* in the country. Kepuhlh an a* (aril a- Democratic, have advised th dr readers to ignore tile-*- questions. It i* hardly probable that any proceeding* will he taken against th >*© that l< How this advice.  the globe  Gas a Larger Assortment and Complete Stock  w  ■..J*'  WANTrn » Til UM sir M .tiil BT,! -r.ee.iri-■•MIS I LU U*ni» *uar»i>i»w«J k»lsr> i»mtt Bspeaae* IMA iMi * adrent***., u> Mgtaaera. Mora sosspleie, won (*w-*«iiin* •©•*  TF IT r HEK. H> <F*imni4* wk-u rn tmtmnm. Writs »#»#» IIROTMtMS, bur., ryn-a, I Mw. HI. (Tho h.na* ts rsiisbts^  maut seriously Cl ntemplate the release of Pitcher Schmitt. Crane has bren singed und played in Monday s game with the Chicago club. Taw non will be given a trial  next week.  A Mayor at a Prise Fight.  New Yoni . June a.—A apecial to The World from Kansan City Mays: A bare knu« k Ie prise fight at Guthrie, O. T., on Saturday night was witnessed by the mayor, city councilmen army officers and several territorial officials. Inside.* a nam lier of women. Only Maven rounds ware fought, but they were bloody enough to suit the moat eager patrons of the prise ring. Keg {att, an untwaten Oklahoma pugilist, wna awarded the fight on a foul. McGinty. an unknown, wm his opponent.  Ueil Faint at Harvard.  HI* Wife Elnpe* with a Hark Eyed, duddy -Faced Hired Man—Being raptured the ltunaway Woman defuse* to deturn to Her Husband—A (sensation la Bt. Faut Caused by the Elopement of n Married Woman.  BruLlN'OTOV, Iowa, June 8~Hundny in'wning the home of Richard Dixon, a prosperous farmer living across the river In Henderson, IIL*., w as a happy one. Now it is and and blighted. The canst- of this change ia a dark eyed, ruddy fin I farm hand who ha.* been working for Mr. Dixon for three mouth >. Till* young man. Sam uel Shaney by name, evidently dbl not | love work, for lie spout a great deal of his ) time when his master was away lolling in  1  tlie abada in Die vicinity of th*- house, where Mrs. Dixon was wont to be busily ne her Work An seqnaintanos sprang up ; between the fanner lad and the woman, who la somewhat younger than ber husband. which soon ripened into something stronger. Mr. Dixon finally noticed the I penchant of one for the of her and the young i man was discharged.  (tan Awat with th* Man.  He left the place and Mr. Dixon aud a brother living near came to Burlington to get another man. They retarded abont 2 ' o'clock to find the houre of Mr. Dixon J silt*fit and empty. A search of th*- preni lees revealed the fact that th*- wife bail  !  departed. The husband and bret her camail'-re and caught the truant couple on ! Main street.- A dramatic scene followed, In which the wrong** I Ii unhand st nick the young man a wttinning blow in the Ieee The wife refused to return with her husband, whom the judice at once arrested and locked up, the runaway s being a1 I lowed to wander away together. When  Eight room Frame Houso, good Cellar, Cistern, Sink in House. Magnificent river view. Lot 50x120. For $1,250.  Building Lots on Fourth street, as follows,  00x120, $1200; 00x120, $1,000; 63x120, with rock foundation, included, $1,350.  Magnificent River View to each lot  TH*- Tariff Kill's Pro-perts,  WAMntUToi ('ITV, June h.—The Im-pres»in>i prevail* in senatorial circles that the tariff hill will not lie materially  changed by the finance committee, but ©uric iu senators will enter a protest  against and* propositiouM aa ar© suppo*-d to I* idrjis ttunable to their re*js*«-tive eon attern-nta. It is pretty well understood that Hr aa tor ‘Sherman will is* one of the ouufi-rr.; * db the part of the senate, und considerable prea-ure is already I*-mg brought to bear upon Vina President Morton iii 111* i* I alf, It took* now as ti. nigh this Mil would be reported to the at ilate by the end of this week anil Mick to the hoitsc by the cml of the month.  AMTOX. June.').-The Harvard boys beld  th * f«’*" In the case were understood Mr  ,    .    ,    ,    .    Iii    VAH    it    urn ant froo att ahoa anil tu.ar. Ii u-m  lil^b cntrur^] Ntturdfty Dight over Chair victor!©* in the Yale base ball game and at the is-rkely oval. During the night the colle.;e building* were defaced with vari-  Thirty acre farm 2 1-2 miles southeast of Brighton, all in cultivation. Four room frame-hou8«, Cellar, Barn, (’og) Qranary, Smoke-house* Well, Cistern. Will sell for less than $35 per acre.  Money to Ilioan.  tee! k Maim. I Salle street.  ou» mottoes, including some profane ref erenecs to Yale. The statue of John Harvard was abo besmeared with red paint. ‘Ha inscription was hidden, an I a sculptor will have to chisel awny the paint. There I* much indignation over the vend.diam.  DI iou was set free at obre and search was made for the erring coujde. They were found and to ked up mer night. The woman’s fattier came ami took her home with him, she refusing to live brager with her husband.  OTHER ELOPEMENTS.  It HW*  ll,,lug* la Congress.  tv ash iKolox CHY, June S.—The senate ordered a conference on the naval appropriation bill A large number of peti-t ion* Were precented on all * >rt* of sub ject>. priori; illy in conte ction with tit* tariff hill. The diver UH was token up aud Morrill took the floor  The house, under suspension of the rule*, p »***-<! a bill granting to the Potto land ami Puget Hound Hail road company right of way through the Puyallup Indian reservation s!-■ bill transferring Hie ex pens*- of the trial of Indian* for crimes committed on other Indian* in the territo rn** from the territories to the United States.  A Frau# shaws Up.  New Yoiik, June •.—The World pub bshe* a long -tory of an exposure toy its reporter - f a fraudulent spiritualistic me 'in,rn. Th© exposure was brought about tty the aid of incandescent electric lights with storage battener The lamps aud totterb-s were sir ,iqs- i around the bodies of the reporters and at the critical roo rnent the light was flashed, and the dium and her assistant* seined while amating spirit a.  me  per-  Maat W*»r Fsstslaess  ( ITT or Mxxiou, june 8—The city : council ha* passed an ordinance compell- 1  big I al Hirers on city works to wear [rn ut* tom* instead of the toes- cotton garment generally work by the tailoring classes, .similar regulation* have 1mm»u adopted In scleral other cities of Mexico, slid Itta pito extend the rule to apply to all laborers, whether employed in public work* or not  Beasatlon CsiimhI at *t. Fan I *»r aa ay ('..ii pie.  ST. Paul, Mina , Jane S.- Quite a sen . sad ion was occasion.*! in we* t Hi Paul by the discovery of the elopement of John < Juergeus, an eogrnver, and Mrs Hattie S h ult*, whoa© husband is a furrier In Red Wing. Juergensis a married man, aud Wednesday evening hi* w if© discovered him fn the house of Mrs Schul! r. their neighbor, whose husband I* never at home except Sundays. A stormy ms*ne followed which was finally settled. Thursday .flier gen* came home in a burry, I nicked a small * ac bel. and told his wif« that tie would lie back in the evening Redid not ret arn and It was ascertained later in the day that he had left in conijiany with Mrs Schultx, ©ach taking only a small sachet. Mrs. Schultz took her 14-nioiitha 4d toby with her. The jMdlce are now after the pair.  ARE At KNOWLEDGED THE  impost, Most Las ing and Economcal.  REMAINS  Unchanged through Years  Into  Plea*!* don’t Im* gulled trying * \ peri mental a to tea.  Out .’MHI now in use In our  < Ity.  PII TS k HAMILL,  315 Guile st.  They Were Thrifty OlHevr*.  Wajuiixutox Cit?, June 8—It is statetl  that (bt- court martial w liich mnsenes at Tucson, A. T-, on Jan© IO will try ( Apt. A. RL M Timor* and Ma) Anim S Kl in ball, of the quart©rinn»(<*r’s department. They are charged with fraud iii haviug rented a room from their |*-r*onal quarter* to the government for a sum nearly equivalent to the amount paid for the whole house, thus getting their rent proc  A Hen of S.OOO Faints.  Fax Fkam ituo, Juue 8—The billiard oolite*! tot w een Schaefer and MoCleery clo** I Saturday night Schaefer scored another run of 1,000 points, which made a continuous run of 8000 jiointa for the nigh ia. .V Af leery had no opportunity to use his cur after the first night of the contest, wiian he scored fifteen pointe. The acor© at the close stood 8000 to 18  Married lh© He* <>nd Tim©.  New Yore, June 8—Three years ago Iisopoid Metzger ©loped with Mollie Ja col*, th© 14-year old daughter of one of the rte ii ©at Hebrews In Minneapolis. They were married at Hudson. Win, and leo Fold had a narrow ew ap© from lynching. Last Wednesday, after three year* of waiting, the couple were remarried. This was in accorder,<w with an agreement made with the parents of the child at the time.  A. J. HOWELL  LIKA LEK IS  tkally free am) their regular allowance for  quarters in addition.  IN OPERATION AGAIN.  III!  Th© Owego National Hank He* ti mea •luna*—AII Quiet.  BinuHami'Tov. X. Y.. June 8--Hasnt©*# was resumed Monday morning at the Owego National Im ilk. There was no run on the institution or nothing approaching a run. In fact, only a few thousand dollars were withdrawn, while a ti tim tor of substantial hu*i(i©aa men made deposit*. A. ll. Upton ha* I***11 appointed cashier of the bank in (dace of Thompson, who for merty beld th© position, and w hose dealing* with the put die grain and -tuck ex change resulted in th© temporary *u«|ien-aiuu of ti.-• bank. Jam©* Bassett, the former toller of the bank, lins to*- i ap pointosl a**i daul cashier. Ile was wjdi ©ated with Th-onpaou in the grain 'mas-actions Bassett la succeeded by Frank Truman Ftenbrougb Mr litcher. the president of th© iiank, told a Unite*! I*re*a reporter thai the affairs of the not it iii iou would go on Jtt*t the same as In-fore lh© ■Mprwioa._  struck fur I!l|ht Hoar*.  BttooRLVX, June 8—All the tin nsifere, corn ie© worker- and skylight workers in this city went on strike because their demand for eight hours was not granted by the bose©* Th© strike affects stout i'»» BnsA lyn men aud 181 Now York Bt«*n who are employed cm J*d>s in th© city TI*© strike will jinni' di«*'-ly affect ll;<100,(KW of capital which is involved in pi, sent ojwra tiou*. The lnw* show no inclination to seek other men and think their employes will ret arn to work s**>n. They offer to pay thorn by th© hour for eh_ht hour* a day or aa long aa they want to work at th© rate of to cents per hour for outshle men and JA rents per bour for inside men and say they will grant sn eight hour day by nsxt Sept*int* r if the New York tosoea do the sain© The men refuse these terms,  Mist ak© of a Brunts*.  WgBTFIBUi, Mesa, J un© 8—Willie Cum ming* died, It was supposed of diphtheria, but it has since beeu nBegad that the boy’■ death was caused by the mi*-tak© of a druggist in putting a gargle or spray into a lait tis labelled for meairint for ii tertial use. The awallowii^ of the gargle is said to have resulted fatally. Au autopsy will to held.  8©ft (Ila Jail with a Lover.  PITT* ar no. June 8- Mr* Mary Die-bold, who has suffered forty years in this val© of tears and in time ha* accumulated some property and nine children, left the prison warden's custody an-* eloped. Mrs. Diebold was imprisoned V selling ltqour illegally, but Lift the Jail with a lover while the warden waati't looking  CA UP I TS, CURTAIN-’, CLOTHS, RUGS, &c.  OIL  Our Prices  WILL BK FOUND  Knfartlng th© (’uatraet La bar Law.  St a Yokk, June 8 --The eootraet labor in-;lectors at the barge office prevented seven Belgian glass blowers from landing Munday. The men all had tickets for GlasH>H»ro, N. J. They answered ta© inspectors’ questions so glibly as to show that they hail been coached by soma one on th© Athar aide Their cases will be carefully investigated.  I ugtUh Wrnua Want ta Tete.  lgiNpos, June 8—It is the purpose of tbt Women's Litoral federation to roemo-r dial i Mr. Gtolstooeou the subject of the frau o~ for women. The memorial will  ask Mr Gladstone to include in the programme of imu©- to to presented at the next general parliamentary election a pro vision for the granting of the franchise to women.  VI alkine es the Mater.  BALT!Mon* Md., June 8- Professor (’hail©* W Oldriere. th© yoting o<piatlc axpert of Maanachitaetta, gave an exhibition of walking on the watsr at Fairview, near here. II© walked out a half mil© exploding bomb# all the way. His effort waa a great succvoa  ('harsh struck by Lightning.  LfUXOTOX, Ivy., June 8 Lightning ■truck Bt. Peter’* Roman Cat boll© church, setting it on fire. The tower was destroyed and the flames did much damage to the mala building. The pupils and sister* of Bt. Catherine’s academy, adjoining the churel!, were in the chajwl at th© time, all tieing prostrated, but no one waa hurt, j Th© livery stable belonging to Turney, j ('lark" A Mitchell in paris was struck by lightning and burned to the ground, con earning six valuable bonn*. A dwelling adjoining the stable was burned Th© loss la #18001.  Minister Falmer’a Heelgiiatiew.  DSTltofT, Mich . June 8 —Fcnotor Palmer's commission aa on© of th© directors at large of the world's fair has arrived In the form of a big sb©©p*kla duly signed by the president and Secretary Blain© "Are I you going to accejit*” was asked Mr. Palmer “Yea. I have scut in my formal | resignation of th© >pnnUb mission, this appointment, said© from the high honor conferred, ta particularly agreeable to me Chicago la right n-xt door, and I can transact all busine*# n©re*#sry there and still keep up my home here "  LQtfEft-C'JisiJaring Qjalittes and Styles'  Th*n in nay other house in Alton. la consequence of tho (JKE VT EXTENT of our .HALK" we are enabled lo do Bu'iniM on a VERY CLOSE MARGIN nod ii ii i rec-ogtnxed fact that we handle by far  I.ARGKR QIHNTITIES OF GOODS  THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE CITY.  mm suits.  The Hetoeol akin Saratoga.  Pit 11. A fix t. ch i a. June 8—The school ship Saratoga sailed from the breakwater  Saturday for ker drat ©sa voyage bbs hat PJB boys on board and will visit Fay a1,  .Southampton, Lisbon, Madeira and oilier puinU. returning here stout October  shot from Ambush.  KT Lot to Mo,, June 8—A special to The Rvening (fhronkie from Little Rock ■ays: Rotort I‘arr© ut was shot from ambush in Spot! county in ar Green Ridge. Panreiit was whipjM*! by musk.-d men a year ago aud left tin- e-.unty ll© had returned recently. Ile was charged with murder  ▲tat .ai Gtreaback Tivkii.  bjHMlxuUAU, Ala., Juue 8- Tbs Gre. u-back state conveotUra has made th* following uomiuaiiou* For governor, J. M. Files, sii ret ary <4 stat©, Patrick  A Case af Original I'srkifw.  PlTTsai KO, June 8~Th© * #*e of Charles ttelvermon, agent for an Ohio brewirig eont]«ny. under arrest for f iling beer lh original packages at Leechburg. Arm* strong county, has been hrard bv Judge Acbison in the United !*tat©« Distil't nevi to Mil vet ma i. nj'plied for a writ of habeas corpn# Ju'lga At I.Ison remanded Silverman lo the custody of the sheriff of Armstrong county, but without prejudice lo his right to renew hi* application for a Sato us corpus writ  auditor, W G Midth. supertuteudeut of education, Dr. J. T. Maateraon  Arr«-»l©«t far Kilting lier Twins.  Earn, Pa, June 8—'The bodice of two babes (twins) which had been born alive was l acker; found in a grass plot on the outskirts of  Watt Whitman Hwii'i"--I• <1  PHU AUBIMIA, Jan© 8- Walt Whitman  was entertained at dinner Saturday night by a id tutor < J his literary ft ..-ii to. the occasion hfdag hi* flit birthday. Th© poet appeared to be in quit.* good health, and  Clnelnawll forpaatera un atrlk©.  ClkcisxAn, J tins 8- Eleven hundred carpeuten a ©ut out on a strike Moodsy morning, au I it la probable I hat DUO more will quit work by 4 p rn. They d-rn aud urn© Lours' w .irk for ten hours pay.  th* pity by the authorities feaiurflay night, and circumstances led to the arrest iff Mrs William Atoll, a young German woman. The evidence a ;ain«t the woiuau la ao strong that sh© h is been beld for a hearing Th© woman I* g - *i looking and bae always borne a good radutation  I ain now receiving a large and varied stock of Cloths, in all the prevailing sha le*, for Hp* tag Suit*, which I am prepared to make up in tile  Most  Fashionable  Stvles,  GUAR VNTKKiNG  A Perfect Fit  Reasonable Rates Complete  H.C. G. Moritz. 112 Third st.  r*_________  and  Satisfaction.  •Pp    -  en Joyed th© affair v©ry much. (Villager-  roo tit Herbert to Marry I-agy Hadley.  Lox la IX, J un© 8 -A dispatch to The Uh rot ti© I© from Pari* say* that Gaunt ii rto-rt Bismarck I* engage I to marry the shiest daughter of lad/ Dudley.  •oil wm th© prlucipwl speaker.  A Fnraakatsist Drwwned.  8t<« r.iioi vt, June#.—The parachute!*!,  Fort Worth will erect a fireproof spring — -----    —    —     r -  palace to lake the place of the one burnet,, Bol la, has beeu drowned at tea.  ithifc  i  Fatal Wark ky a llnrrtrnae.  I'MA. June * —A hilt. im ne sw©|d oV*r Sofia Munday re lop!' rely leveliuK the building* in the north p rt of the city aud wreck in sr many *:nt©tnrea in other piir Item*. Blevea * .’. tiers were kilh-d ami several injured. Tire numtor of civilian* kith I or injured is not ygt aa-'ertaiuad. Th© ;*• i a lory dam Agt to th- palace will reach t'luo.o o.  HGhj    fir  iiiti I | ||2  kml i I. Ii  I kb I  it  s Ob  HIK  Min  i®!  I  E  W  <  4 ]i| J I  ll JH-  ^ 11 w * ; I  lit * *  ‘•til *  Ti-a  •ssflSl J  iii  if  t-  a.  HS  ti; ■■  _ <1 m  ?li  t , Wa  dllS  j*  i *  I! j  ttii  RU  * .E-  l* kS . no h  'J.  ii   

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