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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - June 5, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON DAILY THURSDAY JUNE En os ENOS announces that he eatabltahed in a building purchased for the purpose a SANTTAIMUM for the BOTH MEDICAL and His experience during many years has convinced him that all diseases can be managed more successfully in an institution of this under the constant supervision of the the aid of means hot other wise at than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers at intervals of several hours or The position of the BAOTTARIUM 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 hit daily personal FOB THE RECEPTION OP For further information address ENOS at the corner of George and Third Items of General Interest from Washington THE PROCEEDINGS IN A Committee Appointed by the President of the Rcnute on the LtiKernltj of tbt United on the Canteen Clauae of the Army Appropriation Bill In the Statement from Secre tary WASHINGTON June senate agreed to Edmunds resolution for an In vestigation of the fish The oh air announced the selection of Ed Gibson and Harbour as the select committee on University of the United The fortifications bill was then taken the peMding qncsition be ing to strike out the appropriation of for Vhe erection of the south wing of the Watervliet arsenal and for machinery for twelveInch and in for crane and which was opposed by Gorman and da fended by The Day lu the In the home Osborne of Pennsylvania presented the conference report on the army appropriation after con siderable discussion on the canteen was agreed and the bill now goes to Morrill of Kansas reported A GREAT SHAM A Fair ReprcMMiUtiott of tfio of Port KANSAS June hun dred and fifty These might have represented tbecanuat tics at Tuesdays battle between opposing composed of the various military companies In attendance upon the Inter state competitive drill If the battle had been genuine instead of a sham The battle was a fair representation on small scale of the battle of fort fought during the FrancoPrussian Eight Kouave representing the French assixted by four companies of artil held the fort against by four teen companies of representing the The fourth charge was the successful The Chicago The competitive drill commenced Toes The are the only company oil the ground that have the full touove company of twentyfour all the rest having oply There is some ques tion whether they will even have to drill to get the first for according to the rules they are entitled to it on acotfont of having the full number on the Fosd is saving the boys oil he And remained put of the sham as he was afraid to ran any risk befow the competition The Atirors made a fine and will come close to the second prize in the competitive A PECULIAR Girt Who Slept for Two June the a disagreement of the conference commit tee on the senate dependent pension tbe 19yearold daughter of a prominent The house insisted upon its and a further conference was The house then resumed consideration of the Alabama contested election case of McDuffie vs The first vote was taken on the minority resolution declar ing Turpin and it was yeas nays Tue resolution seating McDuffie was agreed to MeDuffie appeared at the bar of the house and was stvorir The Presidents WASHINGTOS Crrsv June order to correct certain mitfpprebenslons in re gard to the Secretary Tracy de sires to have it known that the order transferring the squadron of evolution from Europe to Brazil emanatsd directly from the president and was not the indi virtual act of Commodore Ramsay while acting secretary of the rrenldcntial WASHISGTOS June presij dent has sent to senate the following nominations of to be surveyor general of Oregon of North to be recorder of public moneys at To 02 registers of land oiBces Charles of Cfili ut Cat of Korth at Frank WASHINGTON June man Frank lawler is not getting well as rapidly as his friends His physi cian insists on an entire cessation of con gressional work in order that hii shattered nervous system may be bnflt He has been taking long walks about the but tbe beat makes it inadvisable to continue this and he will go to some quiet probably Fortress to recuperate in preference to going M the He uiay not be able to resume his duties for j the remainder of the j business has been sleeping soundly for nearly two She went to bed in her usual health the night of March 15 and could not be roused from steep the next After sleeping about a week she roused up and get ting out of bed walked over to a rocking where she ImmediBtriy went to sleep and has not awakened Her checks are rosy and breathing regular and her Bleep is seemingly as normal as that of au All attempts to arouse her are She is fed regularly with Her case puzzles all the The night that she fell asleep she attended a religious revival and it is thought the influences there exerted so overcame her nervous forces us to completely paralyze Be Cleared tbe June Hum a contractor who was moving a frame caused much delay an te the patrons of tbe Peoples Street Railway company by refusing to remove the home off the car Thursday morning the house stood on the tracks at the foot of the Frederick avenue Finding persuasion of no Van Brunt determined to clear the He started a snow plow laden with stone down the The plow struck the house and utterly demolished GLOBE Guarantees THE GKLOBE Guarantees Goods or Honey GLOBE Bas a Larger Assortment and Complete Stock You we a Duty to Yourself to Call BVKli AJCD ADTOIT Kloped with a Divorced DBS June County Auditor Kaufman is accused of leaving wife and family and running off with Nellie the divorced wife of William Kaufman re signed his position in the auditors office about a month ago to take a position with a mortgage company and it was thought he had gone east on but it is said that be went away with the woman Saturday There Is no shortage re ported in his accounts and the only rea son assigned is an infatuation for June thir teenth annual session of the supreme council of tbe Royal Arcanum of the United States and Canada convened in this city at i supreme of report of the supreme secretary showed a membership of an increase during the past The uniformed rank paraded at and a grand recep tion was tendered tbe visitors at Schliiz park in the llilnoif Democratic June Demo cratic state convention was called to order at 12 oclock in the assembly chamber of the state by airman of tbe Democratic state central delegates being in Joseph of was made chairjnan of the After the rollcall of the delegates a recess was taken until 2 Freod Uinueir with a Wooden June only confined in jail at unlocked tbe door and walked name in a north ern was arrested charged with stealinK the money of a man with whom he was Tbe jail door was found wide open in the and in tbe lock was a wooden key which Fraser had whittled out of a broom Soon Tired of the XEW June Four census enum eratorshave seat in their resignations to Supervisor They in general that they were but whethej they wen sick of enumerating or sick ol life WM not Abraham Alexan der was one of He had been add ing up Polish Jews on the east aad his very soul was qualmish with the smeli of Their June A constable took of The Globe newcpaper on a warrant sworn out by the proprie tor of tbe building occupied by The Globe company in said to be wsveral months rent in arrcam the manager of the said the com pany would be aUe to settle satU tuctvrily Hnd that the buuiiUNU of tbe pa per would in no wire XOO KatfiMMir while a pump in the GalUahw Kbsft of the Mikado fell to the a of 908 and WM into Flaaigan WM kilka aad OCunuell badly injured by premature explosion of a Mart at Aullotii Groat MKW June One hundred and fifty German ttbarpahooUn JJaUokea Tueoduy on cteaiaahip Ful datn for They go a part of the Oci uian murkvuttn froic all parta of the who are to in tha ear ly pail of July at Gi imauy and fw Do tor a Police Pweeeutor elected on a reform ticket to close Sunday has bean on A spree for and only last week had to be taken from the Latooia The discovery has been made that over ooe hnudred prisoners la the workhouse have teen illegally committed by him andean Quinlan Beady fmj NEW Quin the stock operator who disappeased a month tearing a large amount of to be closed oat at a km under the rules of the stock again In this city aad notified the stock ex change that be is prepared to pay off all cUlnu with interact tor the twenty seven days they hare been Brntal Murder of a June he chided two yoong mentor misconduct la church at of this was unmercifully Eckler and Robert Engle were ar rested fur the Monday died from aod tbe against the accused will be changed to WM sooeral throughout and WbKxmKUi ooatiderthltt dinngnia from many At storm occurred wiUj biglt wind The lightning which twelve Death of a Pardoned Convict at Joliet WOULD HAVE BEEN FREE IN OCTOBER A Hernuard Joyfully Tclliita Oicar the of Ilk Odod Unddenly Up Bis nandi and on the IlUtory of the for trfaJch He June WJMI only last week llmt Governor Flfer inade glirftho Mart of lifeconvict Berahard Heeney by Us sentence to a term of twenty Heeney bod wrred twelve years on his life and when tbe news was received at the prison that he was to free man next October he was so over that be sent a long telegram to bis old mother in Chicago acquainting her with bk good and aim another to his of thanklag him heartily for the untiring ef forti Bigelow had made in getting his term Heenejr had been a good convict during the long years of his Imprisonment that he had the Indorse ment of exWarden Braihard his employer and everybody who knew and when the governor finally decided to give Heeney another Chance At the outside world everybody was Threw and Since the receipt of his commutation Heeney bad grown ten years younger in But the prison was startled Tues day afternoon fay a report from the hos pital that Barney Heeney was As the convict had not been sick this report was Bat investigation proved the report The convict bM gone to the hospital on an errand for his keeper and wWle joyfully telling Convict Oscar the of his good fortune he threw up his bands and fell back in a chair stone The cause of death is ascribed to bean undoubtedly produced by the reaction that was taking place in the Heeneys remains will be sent to the poor old mother for What Brought Him U Tbeihistory of the crime that brought Barney Heeney to prison is an interesting He always stoutly maintained that he was not tbe one who killed although he was innocently along with the party that committed the No event in the history of Hock Island so shocked the people of that city as did the brutal murder of Officer Joseph Rosen captain of the night who was found dead on tbe streets at daylight the morning of March his head aii battered to The murder proved to be tbe outcome of a riot created by a party of Davenport who were returning home in a boisterous manner after bating held a drunken carousal at Rock Barney Heeney had married the girl of his choice that day and with a party of bis fritnds was out celebrating the event when the officer was m 1 of i Rosenfield was very popular with all The city council held a special j meeting and resolutions of sympathy1 were Tbe mayor tamed a proc lamation counseling all roughs to desist from unlawful acu asd called upon the citizens to aid the authorities in bunting down the The city council voted a years salary to the wife of the murdered man and then set to work to run down tbe John Ceva alias Dublin a young tin was firet Bernhard and Patrick latter only 10 years of were next taken in also John Coroddiue and Tom all belong ing at It was developed at tbe trial that tbe murder came about in the following manner Dublin the Heeney and others were ap proached by who tried to make them keep DabUo Jack became more noisey and attempted to arrest They FOR SALE Eight room Frame good Cis Sink in Magnificent river Lot For Splendid Building Lots on as with rock Magnificent Biter View to each lot Thirty acre farm 2 12 miles southeast 0f all in Four room Cog Will sell for less than per to ABE ACKNOWLEDGED THF Most Las ing and REMAINS Unchanged thraug Please dont be galled into trying experimental Over aoo now in use In our 315 Belle bad AJKrere scuffle in wfch Jack got the better of Uw offiuer Celled One of the party tben grabbed the mad tegoa potudiag him orer tbe This tbe partf Dublin Jack was given a life but after be had served fourteen Governor Ogioby him acorDDjutattooand be WM Pat altbooigb only 10 yean of recdred a fonrteenyear which be serred and WM nleaKid With Dublin Jack some Bar ney Haeoey WM givtai a life term by the Bock Island bat obtained new trfal aad tbea change of venue uj Henry where aoother trial also re sulted la a life The oUien that were implicated went RRE VWUD j OlrU Present a Diuutnnu KEW TwtKi June Three young Brooklyn girls dteingulibed tbeuweiven fire figiien and life tavera Tuesday by extinguishing a blaze In handsome brown ntddeace of Gearnd aweinblya to the prerident of tbe Cnltod rater ot CbrM M 4oa to ffoo IB Juoe morning Joaa Salvador a wealthjr at 180 McDoaougb Tbe are was oaosed by the little daughter of the with her baby 2 bad been kit alone by her mother on the third The at to light the UA tin to the and the eommuni with tie bod on which the baby Fire Co to fisuokc attracted the attention of Jennie Uujrtonand Alice sad Ada daugh of Vice President Samuel of aod Guarantee Corn who next The young la admitted to the hoiue by the i ttmoctrickun armed with i watering with which they had bam the front Ou reaching tM WXB they found fUiirixiutc vainly to jut otti the ami Oaeyoongladyanatchei cp the baby from bunting another UtUc aod with fmt aM of the hand OM pat Ttu Oregon lying at IV North JIUM dead to bunk on tasurd the oaui OOP the of Gdnsmor Fan1 eevoaers Aoyerby fwmSW comniMiy will lake frill ba on Joiot ballot Tbe o J City KA June tl six the striking coal hare their fiarrral 4 the ajpiied for work at tto MOID luwj wlUiug to work than cm UOM miplojmttnu Ijtck 4 fiiwuicitJ hsMtttutd of It coaeedod hy themiiwirt Oiat ton strike here them BO of at HOWELL DEALER IN OIL WILL BE FOUND UMBConsiJaring Qualities and Styles Tiian iu any other house in lu consequence of the GRKVT KXTKNT of our SALES we are enabled to do iiu4twss on a VERY MARGIN and it is a rec ognized fact that we handle by far LABUEll QUANTITIES OF GOODS THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE I am DOW receiving a large and varied stock of in all ttie prevailing for Spring which I am prepared to make up in thfc GUARANTEEING A Perfect Reasoaablt Rates and Complete SatMactioa 112 Third st
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