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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - June 6, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON DAILY j J PKIDAY JIJNB Destroyed by a A LARGE NUMBER OF PN08 announces that be has eflttiblished in a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the BOTH MEDICAL and His experience during many years has convinced him that all diseases be managed more successfully in an institution of this under the tenUuperviBionof the and with the aid of means not other w at than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers at intervals of several hours or The position of the SANITARIUM is and the surrounding are free from aU norious It is readily reached by the Second street horse knowledge of samtary science and the requirements such Electricity in all its forms Oxygen and its compounds are provided as may be Required by in addition to treatment as may be deemed A LARGE SOLARIUM For Sun Baths and exercise in cold and inclement is Bach patient is thoroughly examined by and receives hif daily personal GLOBE Guarantees THE Guarantees Goods or Honey FOB THE RECEPTION OP For further information address ENDS at the corner of George and Third THE GKLOBE Has a Larger Assortment and Complete Stock You owe a Duty to Yourself to Call AND ANON DcBolntlon Brought Upon an ntul Conimu The nonriitK Monitor Bweepn Down Upon tho Pcacoful Village With out n Notice and IJostroya KvcrylliltiB 1 Lint of thoie Who Tliolr Juno The little town of York about sixty miles west of this which was the priilo of the fine agricultural community in which it is now utterly oblit erated from the A terrible sight greeted the eyes of those who visited the Not a building was and among the debris the people groped about wilh blanched faces looking for dear ones who hmi not been About 0 oclock at night a cyclone of unusual force struck the town from the southwest vith hardly a moments Tho first notice that the people hnd of its coming was the roar of tho In a very short time after it struck the town there was not a single building left In the ex western part of the village a few houses are left with a semblance of their former but they are without windows or doors nnd their contents were scattered brondcnst over the The depot building was crushed into kindling and evury car Ktuiuliug there was wrecked except one that was loadedwith and which was blown without leav ing the track to a distance of nine miles A List of tho The dead and injured were quickly found by the people and a courier was dispatched at flying speed to York for Word was sent to the surrounding towns nud inn short time the Burlington had special trains with physicians an 1 nurses speeding to the of tho wreck from this and Uy the time they had reached the grounds a number of the dead and dying hud been collected and the began to ox amine into the extent of the Iho killed are John Miller child of Brom Bey wife and chjld of Isaac living in the country child of Chapin two members of Shaws in the wife and child of Mmko and his hired Search Ing for The work has been extended in search ing for results to the surrounding coun try ami southwest of Uradshaw five miles it WHS found that tho house of John Scott had been directly in the center of the and that of his family two clulilreu were lu the immediate vicinity also tha house of a Russian fannlyhud been literally demolished and the mother and one child were killed iu the A large number of pwpla iu the viumity of the storm belt are and other fatalities may lie Along the track of the thnt was a half mile in trees were fences leveled and crops utterly Demi stock was found in many showing that noth Imr living hnd a chance for escape from the fury of the The length of the storm was declared by many to bo half an but it probably did not lost over ten Touts for tlio At 10 oclock the moon was shining and looking down through a clear sky upon tho dead aud the and the won derful desolation that hod been brought upon an unsuspecting and prosperous It is thought that Urom a small town southeast of was struck by the us the wires are all down and no information can be obtained more than that it was moving In that di Governor Thayer has sent out 100 tents if charge of with instructions to call the York militia company into service and render every as sistance Relief and aid will be forwarded by tho Burlington road free of Went Whllo Juno a Pentecost preacher of Himls became violently crazy over and was adjudged insane aud sent to the He had fasted fpr ten days utterly refused to take sustenance during that Douglas is the third man sent from this county within tho last year thnt was affected with this peculiar Only a few nights ago Samuel of becumo insane while attending tue Pentecost meeting there and created much oxrftoment by UoUUug her babe and offering to sacrifice It to tho Tonnemtoo June Tho Prohi bition convention mot hero Wednes 500 delegates being Iksol U ttons were adopted denouncing tho two old parties for their friendship to the liquor denouncing tho United States court package favoring farming anil workingmuu H or Indorsing the Aiwtra Hun bal lot aud ojmosmg tho right of frago to foreign citizens who have been in this country less than ten 0 of church was nominated IKuHuiiul a NEW Juno The steamer Nacocohee hero from and among her possengoiB were tho crow of tho schooner Lotttee which bur cd at sea an the IW in latitude M 08 longitude Tho schooners comprUIng thirteen men and one wore rescued in an oupu Hip 1iUcW t NUNV York on May W for villa loaded with cuHl oil ftU5 She registered 417 OHAUNCEY A nnd fifty Children on Him Bfid Present June IWpew was glveu a rousing reception at theAu dltorlum by a pftrty of ohlldreri Who ate to produce next the children to the number of ftbdiifc tindet the leadorship of Behtato reached the Auditorium about oclock and marched up to parlor where Dcpow and patty vrofe Kaeii child bore ah enormous bottquet which was promptly bestowed upon a Little Prom behind the tnftss of flowers Dopow managed to make a little which he closed as follows I would rather receive these flowers from you than the plaudits ftnd of all delegates who will assem ble in 1893 to nominate a presidential can didate One of tho children made b little speech In and after a few pleasant chat the little ones bade Depew and his associates The Question Up in Both Houses of A RESOLUTION BY Flaunted a ANN June has jttst leaked out that on MehiorAl Day a Ten nessee female student at the aching to show her Jthrew a rebel flog to the breezes from her room on Thompson A number Of young Just its anxious to pulled the flag down and tore it into The little rebel caught the boys in the act and gave them a sound She then picked up the fragments of the flag arid announced her purpose to embroider them on a piece of rich satin and to place this inscription upon it to pieces May bynorthern stu dents at Ann IJloody BoW Over a NEW June special to The World from Jim Vurner and Ed Pace were killed and Bob Btaploton wounded Lee in a fljrnt between the sheriffs posse and a crowd of the Turners from Thr Turners gone over to move Wils Turners goods from where he was living to a new home In On the way they shot a dog belonging to John This resulted In a quarrel with Carter the next swore out war rants against the When the sheriff attempted to execute these war rants the light took Stapleton was one of the sheriffs Came to an June ne gotiations which have been going on for post two months between the JStna and Standard rolling mill continues and the representatives of an English syndi cate for tho sale of tho came to an agreement as far as is The price paM and a forfeit of 15 000 has been The negotia tions for the Standard mill will probably be completed within a few An Iowa Divorce June bus boon filled in the case of Mary Moore Silas her She alleges cruelty and prays for separate maintenance and alimony of At tachments were granted and Moores property attached to secure Jhe Moore Is the wealthiest man In laylor this and is a leading He was married to his present wife two years Blunt fteinoye the KANSAS June orders have been received from Washing ton that all cattle brought Into the Chero kee outlet since the presidents proclama tion of IT must tw removed at At least head of cattle will be driven from the strip by this Soldiers who are authorized to enforce this order from and the stampede will undoubtedly begin witlitn the next twenty four hours hy special from wyiu A largo unmbw of Amortoan Bultfeb aro on thu but there iti no sign of the government cruisers yet Tlpy will appearance after UHI wlnuw have driven tUe muckers out of the bay aud ruluod of good tiptliig they htvvo douo tho two View it It June the irimrd I itudent wlio stole o i Ixw Wheat Average in the cor respondents of Secretary of the state agricultural it is learned that dry weather In many coun ties has cut down the general ot winter wheat to a point considerably be low tho condition a month The aver age yield per acre will be a good deal below twentytwo which was last ycivrs The oat crop will be very J The Iron June sen of the Amalgamated association con vention was occupied in discussing the scale for boiling The basis of this scale for last year was and upon the price for boiling the scale of wages In all It is noUt this time thought that there will be u any change from tho Uoovy In June wind and ruin storms have prevailed through out this portion of tb country during the past twentyfour doing dam Railway bridges are washed out at manv places and trultis of iVuKten and Northern and Ml waukeo roodti aru all delayed or liultiiunruH Iptvrent In the find June ways and moans committee of the city council has decided to recommend to the city council that the shares of Baltimore and Ohio stock now nwned by of Bal tlmore bo b taken be fore tho of No offer at than par will be stole from tf Is June court arrested for stealing money from the Pennsylvania while acting pleaded guiltyjind was BonteSced to tho flveyears and nine mid to pay ine The company loses over Juno shipwrights at Me of who were employed In the various yacht building went on itUlko The ooiwtruotion ot soveial valuable mid importaut yaothu Imsbocu Kunpendflu ponding the result ol the It for tW firtttlon ttf tlie Silver mil Until 3 Oclock tltn Irnvimis Qucntlon Will In the dppoBed to Kree WASHINGTON June house Thursday morning of from the committee on re ported a resolution providing that tho house shall proceed Immediately to con sider the silver and that consideration shall continue until 8 Saturday when the previous question shall be con slderrd as The previous question was Ordered oh the and a forty minutes debate was Blount of Georgia had no objection to tho limit sot for but he was Informed that the chairman of the oa weights and measures would be allowed to offer all the amendments which wore admissible under the rules of the When these wore there would bo no opportunity for the minority to offer amendments or would the minority have a chance to ask the house tovote on free This proceeding Blount char acterlted as ft shameful out cage on the Ho thought there wore many men on the HepubHcan side who would vote for free but for fear of the who was in accprd with the sooretaiy of the and both were in accord with Wall If the majority and the president yielded to the money tho masses of the people would hereafter dic tate and enforce legislation In their inter Other of said that every man who voted for this voted against free and those who had not inde pendence enough to stand up against gag rule wore unfit of said the minority could offer any amendment that they could under the general of said no amendment was to be offered to the except such as might be suggested by the chairman of the Heao nouncod the action as intended to prevent the representatives of tho people currying out the will of the of said the resolution was intended to prevent a majority from Ho appealed to members on the other side who favored free coinage to stand by the interests of their McKiuley sold that the resolution was intended to give the house an opportunity to pass some sil ver legislation which would be in perfect response to the genpral sentiment of the It was to give tho house an op portunity to pass a bill that would take all bullion of the United States and utilize It for monetary After more discussion the resolution was adoptedyeas nays Blount In theafllrmatlve and moved a rej Thq Motion The Republicans who voted in the negative were Anderson of Kan Feather Herman and Townsend of No Demo crats voted In the The motion to reconsider was 124 Senate The immediately after routine took up the silver aud His cook took tho He believed that a majority of the people were opposed to opening the mints of the United States to the free coinage of the worlds He also believed the national conven tions of bothpartieswould repudiate such a proposition The people wera opposed nnrHnn Yif tlin fOUDtrV WltB F O US A Eight room Frame good Cis Sink in Magnificent river Lot For Splendid Building Lots on Fottrth as with rock Magnificent River View to each lot Thirty acre farm 2 12 miles southeast of all in Four room Cog Will sell for less than per it ABE ACKNOWLEDGED THF Most and Econorn REMAINS Unchanged throug Years Please dont be gulled into trying experimental Over 300 now In use in our i Ml 315 Belle 1 HOWELL DEALER IN II ijrUjHJOJftVUi to if In tie portion of the country with which1 he was conversant ninetenths of the agricultural and of the in telligent mechanics and wage were opposed hi tho free coinage of the worlds silver tho United OIL The Kvouinet from utmoA with Win ekcwtor on tlip Meijoiuiflee rewrva tho luaiftl Trouble WASHINGTON June Blalne IMS called a meeting of the worlds fair commissioners to be held at the Grand Pacific on the 26th for the purpose of organizing by the ap pointment of The secretary of state has designated Sevellon chief clerk of tho department of as a member of the board of government officials from the executive department having charge of the government exhibit at the worlds Presidential WASIIISOTON June presi dent has sent the following nominations to the senate Now York Andrew Pennsylva U Sewlckloy Chrlsto Slier Minneapolis Lu Corporal Tanner Bfuklntf WABIIINOTON Juno Tanner says ho expects to make about this year from the business as pen lion aud hopos to double that 1 amount next and keep on Increasing It until he perhaps per an in filing claims for platform of Alabama June adjourning the Republican state conven tion adopted a platform indorsing the ml ministration of President Harrison aud declaring In favor of a protective Au increase in tho coinage of sliver lii ad and the compound lard bill Is denounced as an injury to the producer of cotton A more lllxmil system of education is and the iwnBUgo of a national uluotion law Racing lit June race for the royal at Epsom Downs was won by luuus Screech Owl Jack OLautorn The race for the grand the event of wtw won by the duke of Portlands Bon WILL BK FOUND LOWEBConsidering Qualities and Styles Than in any other house in In consequence of the CRKVr EXTKNT of our SALES wo are enabled to do BuVlneBi on a VERY CLOSE MARGIN and it h a rec ognized fact that we handle by far UllUER QDANTITIES OF GOODS THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE now reooiv5ng a large and varied stock of in all the for Spring I am prepared to make up In GUARANTKEING A Perfect Reasonable Rates and Complete T6001 from I The ttiut ilurlDg MiLick the an twelve miles south li 3U 11 111   

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