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Publication: Alton Daily Telegraph June 9, 1890

Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - June 9, 1890, Alton, Illinois •‘t AILY TELEGRAPH. AJLjJTON, XILmJL,. m ElTHENTOFALLCDRiBLEDimS, BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL. flonfUnt superviaion of the physician, and with the ald of means not other* th< *    ^ A LAIUit: SOI AKI I’M T>J" o "w O TD e XA FOR TUE reo?:ption of patients. Fir further inforiTiation addrrsj Dr. E.MDS at the SAMIT^aiw.'l corner of George and Third tts., Alton. Hi. SE GLOBE Guarantees Prices. se ill A THE GLOBE Guarantees Goods or Honey Retunded. se THE GLOBE AI/rON, ILF,., MONDAY EVENING .JUNE IL 18!)0. 'll ill illJ. IS I’MII. IN A PECK OF TROUBLE. The House Gives the Senate Points on Hustling, AND SENDS IT SOME WORK TO OO. Dr. J. W. Enos’ Sanitarium, DR. ENOS annonnces that he has established in a bnildlng pojrhasod for the purpose a SANrTARIUM for the His experience daring many yean has convinced him that all diseases ess be managed more suoc^Mfully in an institntion of this kind, under the wise at command, than when the patients are seen by their medi^ advisers st lotervsls of several hours or davs. The position of the SANITARIUM is high, and the surroQnding are free kern all noxious influences. It is readily reached by the Second street horse san, and is near the Union Depot. The building is largo, and arranTOntenis are as perfect as is jiossible from s knowledge of sanitary science and the requirements of such an institution. Electricity in all its forms; Oxygen and IU compounds; liatlu, Douches, Msissge, Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided as may be required by pa* tents, in addition to such other treatment as may be deemed advisable. For Sun Baths and exercise in cold and Inclement weather, etc., is pru\ ided. Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Kuos, aud iv calves his daily personal attention. The Cnuriia M.aanr* Put Tlin.iigh t'ndrr Du Muiihk) iiifiit of til#*    !Hr- KliiUy. n.*|m«>n«MU OliJcrUuii to lh* <oiiir«r> Notulth .iwitKlLiK « o«.|u-r Of. I»*r« ■    to Li«(*Kti)tMt<> f'»m> MilMiloiicr Uuiiiii'h .%<liiilnUt rial ion. WAr;nisuTo:. Guy, .him- U. lU*fon* tbs rtclwit*' OII Uh* nilver hill iN'unn in the houas Hsfnrdsf inorniniii, Goimpr of lows (in rluirKt* of the Itiili, Ht the Hti^i’i'Htion of PityH4>ii of lUiiioia, nio<iiti<*4l his siitiHtitiite so IM to pmvhle that the treasury uoit>N is-Bueii ill iiursunnre of the hill, shall Is* sn Aimoliite lt*;al u^niler. Payson then t(X>k the flisir SIMI saiil that the suhstitute would pass the house in oisslience to a pnhllc sen iiiient, nhUh ho brlievi-d to lie univeiHal in favor of a larger us* of silver SM a mousy metal and of a further li\-creHMs of the currency of the country. In crltlciMin of tim tresMury hill, Im as-sert4sl that it {irai ticaily demonetized silver an a money metal, but estahlished a gobi standard U{k»ii the statute IsMiks. It wlfHMl from the ntatute Isxiks the only law we had for the coinage of the standanl •liver dollar, lie (gi|H>se<l the treasury hill, IsM'^use It proiNMMHl to treat silver simtdy and purely as a merrhantahle com-tiMHilty, and U> make (until eongnwsshould fhange It) an op«>n de -laration that gold alone nhoiih) lie the standanl of value, de-clan-d KO by the supreme law of the land. To Ile Tresleil ss a CnmmiMtitjr. The fiAlure of hiillinn miemptiou was an argument that silver was to is; treated aa a commodity and nothing else. On the •ame jirinclple it might lie tin, copper or nickel. Ill spite of his o'ljcrtions, he would support the suiistitute, not las aune he belie veil in it, but lai-au»‘ he hail asnuranues that the objectionable featun- would lie changed Iii the senate and tile house given an opiairtunity to vote on any ameud-menta In n-ply to qiiestiotia, Payson saki that the senate could not la* controlled as the house could, as ttiey hail no previous question and no sis-cial onler there. Referring to the policy of the tn'asury de|Mirtment on silver, Payson •aid that It aas with is*eullar unction that lie hiul denouneeil the Cleveland administration on this qui Htiun, and criming down to the l{*‘puhlicNii ail ministration he ns-M-rtMl that It SHM UU improvement, line on I’sysoM. He was opjsieed lo giving the secretary of the tn*asur) diM retion In this matter, mid said that never hail a dim retion lieen eontldisl to a s»‘eretary on this question that he hint not evarhsl it, Mlieii it was piMisilile. Mr Payson lllnMtraUsl the bisiltlity of the department to silver by asM'rtlng that Hie memhenedid not rer-elw silver eertirtcatis in payment of their •alsriisi. The ineiniMTs on all skies, In-elndinu’ th* sisnk<r prvslmiil their wallet > Mild lo I he contusion of Payson, stiver eititicnt'-s S’>r« prislueud all over the cli an 1st amid great l.Uighter I nil or sell rsysiHi** ties*. Mutchler < f PeunsyhwM a op|MMed both pro|M)sitionB {lending is-fore the bouse Uateh of Mls-.imri relleral««l and endorstsl •ll that Pi> hail said In reganl tm Hm hostility of treasury oilieials to silver So •ix-n*iary of the treasury, Hi publican or Ikuiiis’rat, hail ever executed the law of ls73 In the Interest of the |>eo|de. It bad lss>n ^xivutisl entirely in the mtensit of Wall st nu t. He denounced tbs manner in wt{ieh this lueaaure had been brought before the hoiuw. Itll IMH Klitallv I’aMMHl. 11m VirtiiiK OU the silver hill Is-gan at 8 u’eLs-k, and after dis{M>.liig of several un-itn{Hirtant atm udments the question waa, OO tlM ndofition of the •ulistltute (agreed Uftini in cacuB) iwnding which Bland at Missonrl movfsl to recommit to the eom-mlttis' with Instruction* to r»|iort a free ooinage 1411. tin this motion the yeas and nays wen* onlercd. TIm moClon of Bland was lost^—yeas lid, nays 140. The caucus ipeasure fluslly passed the huuse at 4 d'chs k- yeas IJSi, nays lilt. I he Author of the “Had Hoy** Callod to Taw hy Masons. Milwaukxk, June 9.—Mayor Georg* W. Peck is In hot water with the Maeonic fraternity, and It is within the bounds of {irohability that “bad boy* may be called u{>on to ex{iliin certain things lo which the fmtemuy Is interested. The mayor is a Hcottlsh rite Mason of the thirty-second degree, and a “way-up" member. The origin of the trouble is the sfieech iiiaile by Bishop Kstser at the Kotnao Gat holic and anti-Ik>nnett law eonvention, In which he charged the Mamms with the .'iiithnrship of tile law, and declared that .Masonry was an uncfaiistlan, free love, and divorce organisation. Peck said some very rnin|dinicntary things to the convention iii web'ming |t he delegates, and now prominent {lersons are railing u|a>n the inayur to declare whether he still ail-hercs to the sentiments of flattery that be shuwenil on the i-ouventiun, and, lf not, w hat he Intends to do about it. So far the “liad boy” baa made no sign. MICHIGAN WHITE CAPS. They Net Tire to a Den and ruaish the Inmates. Nxwatuo, Mloh., June A.—F'or several months John Higstaw bas bren raaning a disreputable housa within rn abort distanc* of Uiis city to the great acaudal of the good {M<ople. Wednemiay night a party of w hite cafM re{Mirad to the Higshea den and called the pro{irietor to Hie door. One* outside the fellow was pounced upon and givca M severe ls*ating. The other me rn-U-rs of the f»tnity were then railed out of the house aud lite buikling was seton Are. The while caps Mayed by until the huuse was in ruins, ami then after iwlmln isteriiig a warning left. .Sigsliep and his family cani{s*d out Wednesday night and I'hur^ay, hut Friday morning they were put under escort and taken ten miles down the ri>*er with instructions md to return. The vigilsnoc oommiitee was in such deml earnest that tltere will pmlsibly be no rs-turning. Iowa t'arwiers Is C'osvewttwa. Mason (’ITT, Iowa, June 9.—A state delegate convention of the Farmers’ alli-aiM* and the Knight* of lalior met Hatur-day at Northwisxl The purpose cd the mieting is u> arrange for a oomNnatioo whereby the ditfererit orgonixntloiis may give their entire iMtrooa,;* to the parlv or {Hirties selling to then* the chea|i«at. it is underst^sid that in some loialltiM gnswry-men en* making big diacouiits to Knights of I.als»r where Ihev get the entire patronage of the h-dge Kiiighta are pruvU’.iA with cauls, and in I b's way make them selves known to dealers The |»n-s.*nt m«s*tiug U very lui|sirtanlT^tfetaU dealers throughout the state. A Suhatltate Iteef lull. WajUIIMJTon ('ITT, June 9.- Paddock, from the comtnltt«w on agric ulture and forestry, ha* reporte*! to the senate a substitute for the hill reiMirtevl recently from Vest's M-lect coinraltlee cm the trausfsirta-tk*n of Iss'f sod beef pnsincts. The hill provides for the in«|iertion of crnttle at the {dn'e where they are slaughtcml and for the ins|ie<'tiun of cwaned iwef and other lie* f {ircsiiicts at the place where they are put up; the iiis{iection lo Is* rna<te by federal ofTicer* a|»p<4nled by the secretary of agriculture. I'addock says the sulMlitute ixqiurtisl by bim has Item acxM<|iied by Vest. mew Into the Measle el the tlew. MlhULKTuWN. N. V., Jane 9.—Ja»*ob Heiiilslt, son of a hotel keeiwr In the German settlement near I*ike I\>nd, AulHvan county, called upon an aged neighbor. Miss Wohruiu, to borrow a gun with which t«i shout rrowa The woman gave him a rusty title which had lieen unused for twelve year*. Th# boy snap tied two ca|M un the oipple, writhont any effect. He then ap|)lied his mouth to th* muzzle of the gun, and blew iuto th* barrel. Al tble moment there was a discharge from tte gun, and a bullet went craabtng tbroufb bls lirain, killing him Insuntly. He Grew Toe Avarteleits. CAPITAL MISCELLANY. A lle««»lulloii to iMveallfwte CiMMHiliHituaer ftauiii’a A 4 IU I nisi rat Ion. WAeltlNciToT ('ITT, June 9—Ccs»{ier uf Indiana liitnsliiceil a reeulutkm to io-mwtigate Gre« n ll K/ium's admlnlstra tfcm of {leuMioo atfaim. The reaolutiun re-cltaa that I*eiisM>n Cavmmlssioner Itaum baa Iwen charged with selling to bisem-ploytw shares of »|pi k In a c<imiiany of whk li he Is {>r*-»i<lent, w hich isi'njsiny has organized f r the {Mir{ai«e of intnsiuclug on lmpr>«- ti' able ami worthless patent re-frlgeratui iha: in uuislderalton of such purcha--c of HttMk shares ttie pension •lerks are prijmoiedip oiticsi. TlM-charges •Isfi re<Re that Uaniii baa Item charged with {lartlaUty U.wanl IVnstuu Attorney f^emon of Washington. Fokt IkiiNlE, la., Jon# 9.—A. Peeler, of I Lehigh, has been arrested by the United ' States authofitlea. charged with a qoeer I kind of ctiunterfeitlng. Peeler Invented a mac bine by which be could rxtrart fl8 worth of gold from a teD gold plrca. and was IsH-oming rapidly rich. After scooping out the intr Hor of tbs coins he (IIM them with mwtsl of correct ring aud weighL and had Utile trouble lo gstttng them off bis hand* He sooojsd toe much gold out of one c«4n and hi* scbeme wws dial overed To Te*t the WashUc-ton (’ITT, June 9 -The commissioners of the Dietrk't of ('(durnhla, with a view t«i testing the law which make* hoiiomhle >ii<.< barge from the army or navy a prer* <|Utslle of service nu the District {sdk-e fore, haveap{s4nte<t Frank IliitPin a IIH uilsT «»f the fore*. Hutton ■lots StLaoo rewes Itta Kasplwyeea. Bt rrAUi, N. Y , June 9.—Bult has been brought by the firm of Hamsilell. Bweet & ('«»., against liewts B. White, their f(*r-m**r Issfk keeler, for eakhrxzlemeiit. In their roiiiplaint the ffrm stale that White between May and Gctuher uf IMk sway with 817,UUU uf the firm's money. Ile tried U) conceal bis thefts by false entries, lait an Investigstioo rweuited in the discovery of tile sborisge White’s p^senl whereabouU arr unknown. has not mtmhI ill either army or navy, He • )Wi Bis a Larger Assortment and Complete Stock mSlNTOIQ: Ton owe a Duty to Yourselt to Call is the first i»erson •|i|s4iit4d on tlM Wash |pgt«>o pdu e force slue* l>s.T who bas not. eeeu wrvlce’. P H clainie*! by the com-mtssioners that the law was ahn>gateil in l-<7\ The baal liraud .\rmy p<»*u will test this do Uloo. rallwr* si a ItaasM Baalu Mantsvilui, Kau., Jane 9—TH* Bank ofUlesburg, twenty railes soiittiweea of this city, him made an asalgnment to tksirge R. Biiiith, of West Moreland Th* liaMlilies ars    It was a private bank, oonduried by the Allen Bm*, aad dbl a very reckless Iwslnes* Many farmers are I Slight, and great tadlgnaMoo sz-wte l-jiMtern l«N*n cNwiipanim isrs la for • cim»n!eral Ie aaiuunt The hankers have ik’d (KTKK AMI A\«» V) a,t til© GLOBE. I niiL.iDEBn-A.isrr> Isd-Vtt©s Tkrou. All. Nu Trslk Im Hie Ue|»«rt. BAMIlXGtoN t'tTT, June 9 Th* department of nlate has l**n advised by th* I'nttol States minieter in Mexko that there Is no truth in the re{*ort that a revolutionary inuvfnient bas aniwii un th* fMitn-r of t'uahuila, and that in the tat* tt*r {'lace as well ss throughout all the sttttee of .Mcxieu, pea*e aud onler pievail. Xerdirt t* a Fsmmm* ta III Jai XeoNViLi r. 111., Jnnr 'J -.\fter Ijelng out all night arni rkitunUy foren«s»a the jury ill the fsiiious Green will case has •grwr.1 on • Vt nib I w itiiig saide the valtil ll y of I he liiKiruiiieiil, un lite ground of Uiidu • iortueiin ell tha testator, who was Istle I to Is of utimuiid nuud Ov«r s^es itii 'ivni i'he < ,tpS‘will nu deUi/l ( iMrlMNMli iMksr Trssklss. (’IM INN ATI, June li-'Thtrty of the lead mg taws car{a<nters signed the etriker’s ilemaiid fur nine hours’ work for ten hours |Miy up to noon riaturdav. They refireaeiit tvs* working men, but th* sMik ers n-fuac to return to work until l.'AXi ars given eiii{doymeiil, If the Issmm-« hold oot, Kkdti will he thrown out of work. aa the strike has already affn tod uther Intildlng traties HslrM* ut rn l»H4r ut Fwar l**|* A.<M“Tt»», Ala., June V.-Mrs. George MarshalL a lnide of four days, committed sub Pie by toking mur|>htua Ktia qaar reKil with her hualwiuu about the ar raiigeiiieut of Hie furniture in a ruun. Till* quarrel grievwl her so uiuch that she btt ke«i herself up in her rcstin ami tmik the fatal disw of {luison. Three Trains Weerlieg. Lam Pa, June I—On the iVnn- NO. (05 A NUW MTV. South Dakota Farmers Knights of Labor. and END OF A THREE DAYS’ CONVENTION The New Orgsnisatlnn To He Called the *‘lnde|.end<-nt l*»rtj”-'A Njn«*p«l# «*f the I’lalforiM Adopted The Cree and I'allmlleil C olnHge of NlRer IW-ntanded aim. the I’assage ut Laws* I’ruhililting the Allen Clanrrshtp of laiail. Ilt'lto.N, .S, I)., 9.—The Farmer*’ altiauue and KiiightH of latlsir cUsicd a tlim- days' Ne*Miuii here. The inoet Im-{MirtMUt action waa the dot isioii to organ ixe a new {tarty, the reiMdutlon {tnivldiiig for such riiovciuent being earned by a rote'>f 41.1 to NU. Immediately on the an-uouticeriient of the vide the nlllNni'e oil-jourtied amid the wildest excileinent, and the convention to toke {Mtlitical action woh at once urgaiiixed witll I. W. Cusand, of Potter county, as chairman. A oommlt-tovon iwscdutlon* rv{»orted ix* favor of woman’s auffrage, a grailud wrvii-e {tension, prohthiUon uf Ute liqaor traffic, a tariff for revenue only, and denouncing the aets‘(ttauce of hrli*** by the b'gislators and other {rnbile official*, and the re{Hjrt WOS a«io(>t^. Mynu|>«i* of the l*lBtlitrni. On suggintion of Pre«ldent I/»uck of the alliance the new {tarty woM iiami*<| “indi*-{teudciit {tarty." A (ilaiform woe ado{tteil which inciudtvl the stole and national declaration of prliici{)ie«> of the Farmer*’ alliance and Industrial union and Kulv(hts of iMbor. It demands ciirrency to lie issued by the general goveriiineiit, to be full legal lender, to incn-a«e In volume with tin* increoee of husiiii-sH, and to lie issued diiN'ctly to {truluetive iiidustriea without the intervention of Istnksof hwue; railway traiis|Mirtollon. telegra|4. amt tek>{thone service at actual i*mL ami that the guvemnient shall own ando{ierat* Hie same; free and uuliiiiiteil coinage (rf *Uver; the adoption of an absidutely <MHT.*t voting system, both state and national; the {tosHMge of laws {tnrfiibtting the alien ownership of land, and that congress toke •tell* to olitoin lands owue*l by alk-iui and foreign syndicates Address to the l’e«*ple. The eomniitt.ern Tnnr*'c*4« n*i»oiled on address to the (iropie ut ruiitlh Dakota set ting forth the grievances and demands of III* new {tarty, Ute luirfto of which shall lie; “In the spirit of hive and justice the {ieo{ile rule " Astate central cimimlttia* WOS a{i{Mdiii4ei and a state convention for the noiiilnatlnn of officers called to meet at Huron July 9. FOR SALB. Eight room Frame House, good Cellar, Cis-teru. Sink in House. Magnificent river view. Lot 60x120. For $1,250. JfpLudid Building Lots on Fourth street, as follows, 60x120, $1200; 60x120, $1,000; 63x120, with rock foundation, included, $1,350. Magnificent Kiver View to each lot RULED BY A MANIAC A Laiwlter ('snip Is W l«r«ni«ls Termrlie«l bjr a Msdiiias. CHirrtwA WU , June 9.—Hic lunits-r camp of Warren Flint, about thirty miles np the river fnin hi re, ‘U in a state of terror liesl.le which ansi* hy is a Uto{tiati dream. Tli« cuuip I* nqs rte l to be at the mercy of a viclently ln>m -mon. who. aniiMii with • Winci.cRer ritU* and other wea{Ktns, boa driven rv.-ryUrly out of * he cam {I, and so U«rii>riz;d th* in by his iiianiai'Mi sctlons that iio:ie dare approach him. He ba. Iieeit in lid* coil-ditioD for some days, and the |a*o|tlv aliout the camp have ls**ii uiialde to attend U> their simplest dnttes, tieing in mortal fear of th* fellow. HU tv larheslor I. Klsg. Both day and night he roam* alemL fir lug bls ride off at interval*, snbjerilng the whole ploiw to bi* rrsxy rule When he took charge of the camp there were sev era! bor«e«> and mule* in the stahles. No one ha* dared to attem{i( tit *u{»{dy them with fie Mi or water and the {tour hriiu--air fauil.diing with liuuger an I iti!r*t. Word was brought to this plai-e Thursday night of the ooodltiou of affairs at the camp, and the coanty sheriff left for the scene to arrest the maniac and metors to th* ooniniiintty it* feeling of safety. WRECKED A BLEEPER. Two Tersaem i*robsbl|r Patsiljr Hart sa lbs Lualsvllls aad Nasbvtlls. liitrisVlLLK, Ky., June 9 The Lads Ville and Nashville east-ltoiind llndleil, which left here Friday for (*iiiclnnall, was wrecked just east of Knglish, Ky.. (ifly mtlea from hers The rear sleeper jumited the track and ran down a thtrly-fuot emliankiueni, wivrkliigtbe car. None al the other oar* left the track Tbe Isjared Ars Tea ta Namber. Followed is a list of the wiiuiided: .Mrs John Jubmtuii, Meni{thij^ Tenn., proltahly fatally, cuto and bruises on head and body: Mr* ii C. Hodges (wife irf ('4>l. liwigea, U. A A.k Jeff 'rs inVille, Ind , se rtously injured may die; ('ol ll (’. lloilges, I’ 8 A , quartermaster in charge Jelfemotiviile depoL bruised and leg apralneil. John Jobneitu. M‘ mplits, Tenn., head cut; .\faj 8tlckfi»*y, U R. engineer eorpa, slightly cut on heint; ll ('. Kjqier am. C. P. Brent, Brent Aroobi—ail railway officials—and George Bigger*, br*ks-man, and Joseph Blai kseiL Wagner car {tarter, were slightly Injured Ta Maee Tbrusgb tb# W blrlpuul Kspld*. Niauaha Faua. X. Y , June 9 - It ta aunounited here that John I*. Houle*, of Mnshegua. Mk-h , aud Samuel .Smith, of iMwisttifL. have arrniigeil for a race thniugh th* dangentus whirl{SHd rapids OO July 4. They wtll leave the old ".Maid of the .Mist” landing uu the same Itoat and will ride aa far aa possible In It I he first man to land at the wliirl{MM4 will Is- t*oii* sklered the winner of the rmvi and IM), while th. liswr will m-el»e FA Pl«urfa la VI Im-uw.Im. Aslil.AMt, WI* , June 9 • All the river* •od streams in this vicinity arr nut of their lianks, ilirfug havoc with logging heveral houMiw wrwre washed away at th* Indian village (>lanah, nine intlaa from here, aa fkgl river. Nitrthem divisloits of tl>(- Wia-•uOalB C'-enlral and .Milwaukee, l^ke 'Ihorw and Wueterr- road* are Iwdly w ached and the trmk I* shaky In {da< ss. llalii baa bren falling every day 8lui« May 4 Thirty acre farm 2 1‘- miles southeast of Brighton, all ii] cultivation. Four room frame-house, Cellar, Baru, (*og) Granarv Smoke-house* Well, Cistern. Will sell for less than $35 per acre. JMConoy to Hioctn. & Mil, SI nr UU ewelViorStoveii ARE ACKNOWLEDdED 'HIF Simplest, Most Lasiiiig and Es-!ia:nical. REMA1N8 Unchanged through Years don’t In* iculifst Into trytfiK    atovea.    QU Ovi’r RINI HOW ill uw4‘ in oar city. PITTS i lAIILL .315 Belle st. ^ A. J. HOWELL UKALKR IN CARPETS, CURTAINS, OIL CLOTHS, RUGS, Ac. Oxx-x* I*rio©s WILL HK FOUND LOWER-Considering Qualities and Styles- Tlisii in guy other bouse in Alton, la conie<iueiioe of Ibt (DilCkT KXTKNT of our .SALES we are enabled lo do lUi.iueHs OO rn VERY (’LOSE MARGIN and it is a rec-oKiiixcd fact liial we bainile by far I.ARGER (QUANTITIES OF (iOOIW THAN ANY OTHKR HOUSE IN THE CIl’A. Slitiilli 81HT8. I am now receiyiii,{ a lari^e and varied atock of Clothe, in all UM prevailing abadca, for Spring Suit4, which I am prepared to make up in the JVIost X^a.stxloxTCb'lDl© iSt'V’les, GUARANTEEING A Perfect Fit, Reasonablt Rates and Complete Satisfaction. H.C. G. Moritz, 112 Third st Tbr I aaa lll(bwayM.a«. t'aiAH, (-'al ,north bound •(age from Ukiah wasrohliv*! thrv« soles out of town by • lune bighwsyinsn. It ta r«IN>rt«i1 that the robber eeeujwd ft.MJU from Welta, Fsrgo A Ca’* bo*. J sylvauU rallnwMl two wiwt hound frrlgtit trains raa iiitu **4:11 uther •? Valley Creek (ta*.'s ('ampslgii. Hl’RiVirirLH, III., June 9. —As anon os (j«n Fainter eau relit ve hts dexk uf a mass <>( legal busiiiewi he will open th* ram {«igu of ttaii There will prulMhly Iw gioie dates made in June and July, but by Aug I he will have iimd lUrb dispositiun ut his btwineas that he can devute th* n«xt three months ta the work in b.ind. aud werw wreikwl. An cnat-bouud freight dashed lato tha wrwk nod wa* bMlly dM agad Two aitoliMM pad tweivs onit wan bruheo ap aadlha txndke blockad for ail hoars. ■ Twe Rwadred for a Hlarb Kye. Dt nrqi'b. Iowa, June 9.--in die ease of Mr* Mary hmUh, who auad ThtMsae ^Uh (or IKkOhO fur gtriqg her a black tbs jury (oimd ft* tha plalnttfl lh th* ■nm of IMO. rf* - • • I * mlrii ‘ I * * fiiiHil ^ ;

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Publication: Alton Daily Telegraph

Location: Alton, Illinois

Issue Date: June 9, 1890