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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - June 17, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON DAILY TUESDAY EVENING JUNE Enos ENOS announces that he has established in a building purchaned for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the OF ILL C 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 and with the aid of means not other wise at than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers at intervals ofseveral hours or The position of the SANITARIUM 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 froir a knowledge of sanitary science and the requirements of such an institution Electricity in all its forms Oxygen and its compounds Douches 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 provided Each patient is thoroughly examined by and receives his daily personal FOR THE RECEPTION OP For further information address ENOS at the corner of George and Third GLOBE Guarantees THE GLOBE Guarantees Goods or Honey GKLOBE Has a Larger Assortment and Complete Stock You owe a Duty to Yourself to Call Am ANON Run by a In Sljjht df AN AWnjL ACCIDENT AT Otto mul Herman Upcoming Con fused on HnllHuy Track Struck ami IiiRtmiUy Ktllmt by llnpfdly Moving llitntl of Olio Of tho ttoyn Completely Severed from the DUtrnulng June aged 13 and Were Instantly killed Sunday afternoon by an Illinois Central suburban train on the lake foot of Harrison They were Otto and Herman sons of Martin a blacksmith at West Harilaou TKSyhad been playing on thegrass In the park during the after noon and started for tho pier to see the men When they reached the track they saw an inbound Illinois Central train and both hesitated as to whether they should turn back or con tinue their wayi The longer they waited the more undecided they became as to which course to One pulled one way and the other objected and tried to persuade his brother to do his The engineer saw the accord Ing to an blow the Instead of warning the only added to their they became spellbound with fear and unable to Witnessed by The train struck and killed them in Herman was thrown several feet and the side of the Ottos head was cut from his body by the wheels of the engine and the bleeding and man gled trunk carried under the locomotive until the train nearly 600 feet from where the accident The park was filled visitors and hundreds of people were eyewitnesses to the awful man who was stand ing on the tracks picked up the trunkless head of Otto and wrapped it in From tbe forehead to the base of the head was a cut through which the brains were The bodies wore taken to SClaners undertaking Two Sides of the This account is the mean of the two ex tremes given by those who witnessed the There were those who claim that the train was running twenty miles an hour and made no attempt to stop before the boys wove struck nor did the engineer blow the The rate of speed the was running may be estimated by the distance it ran before it which was nearly two When Officer Thomas Mulcaby jumped on the locomo tive the William was in clined to be and it was only after much questioning that he would answer the He claimed that heblew the whistle as soon as he saw the and when they made no effort to get off the track he slowed down the The conductors name Is Neither was The Fattier of the Martin the father of the was at the undertaking rooms shortly after the bodies He was broken down with He had just left home to find who had been away since early in tho Ho was taken to the rough coffins containing the and after taking a look at the headless remains of the youngest left for home to break the sad news to tbe who was yet in ignorance of the fate of her TERRIFIC STORM IN n cow at iC6rryUlej ftt oclock In tho engine and tea cars were badly Engineer Gwlnn of thla and an unknown gro tramp were crushed to Roth of WM fa tally Baatt with All on June steam yacht a pleasure party went to the bfcttoin in Lake 8ti Glair Stan and theon tire party is said to have been The tmmos of thfe un as yet a member of the Lake Shore Fishing and Hunting says that be tween 4 and 8 oclock his attention and that of others Who were with him was attracted to a little steam yacht about two miles out from which waa blowing Its whistle In Boats were Seen making for the prtaurfia bly from a tug with a tow of barges pass ing at the but HJiey falledTn their for the yacht saBlc out of sight before the rescuers reached Further Conference by EDMUNbS HAS A FEW WORDS Two Persons Killed by Lightning and Two Badly June A terrific light ning and thunder storm passed over the northern part of this county about 4 oclock In the Two members of a fishing party were killed and two others badly They were fishing at the pond of Harry fire mllei from this when the storm came and took shelter under a couple of cattle After remaining there awhile they started for and as they came from under shelter lightning struck the troughs and Joseph aged 18 and LiHh aged 16 were Blanton Speaks wus badly burned about the face and one of his eyes was forced from its socket and hung down on bis Edward Kennedy was also stunned and dozed and knew nothing for several although able to walk a distance of two Thought They Were All When he arrived he wus asked about the other but was unable to talk or give any account of After awhile Ulan ton Speaks was seen and ho was BO disfigured that his family supposed he bad been in a All he could say was The meaning the other boys could be found in the Ho has ainco been unconscious and will probably A searching party was sent out about 10 oclock and the two boys were found where ho Next morning Kennedy was able to He said he re membered putting the three boys in the believing them all to be as ihey were as limp as MANY PEOPLE CoUaiwo of a Loaded Ilrldgo lu a Cleve June There was a serious accident Sunday evening at Bey erlos a summer resort in the south ern part of the At least people md assembled to see a man jump from a cable stretched across a miniature artt Iclul People stood all around the akeand a hundred or more wore on a rustic footbridge about ton feet above he ground and extending from a bluff across the Thn ho descent iu about He truck the water near tho and the people on the bridge made a rush for the Nearly all of them were unused on span adjoining tho he structure fell with a going own in the Thu foot paths uu or thu bridge were crowded with und upon theso the timbers while hose 011 the bridge were thrown lu a heap ii the center of the ttjwu wlwo It struck ho At Icuwt twentylive persona vuru Injured iworo ur less but uly eight were hurt badly that they ma to go to lota Poisoned by CanUed Corn June were summoned In haste to theboardlng house of Dundas Sunday to attdud four persons who were suffering from Sunday evening nil ate canned corned best for tea at and soon afterward all wero selied with excruciating The men administered antidote and report two of the victims out of but the condition of two small children is still considered Disaster in a Coal gas exploded at 1 oclock Monday After noon In the Hill farm mine riW Of she sixtyfive mentu the pitfifteen have been taken out badly The others are supposed to be Drank Gasoline by June aged 3 drank tome gasoline mistaking it for and died from its DEAD IN A DOCTORS A Young Girl of Milwaukee Loiei Her Life June a pretty girl of 19 is at the and Andrew Hoenes lies in a cell at the Central police awaiting the verdict of the coroners The girl was a daughter of wblltodo peo pie living at 1619 Cherry She lefl home at Saturday for the purpose of visiting fi At oclock Sunday morning reported to the dfficer on that beat that the dead body of the girl was at his iasa Fond duLac A 1Int His story is that the whom he claims not to have previously came to his office at 10 oclock tft fell in a faint and died within The girls parents say that she imllHfiBtig known the doctor and was employed by him in the sale of medicines until two months Married on June Justice Fostorwas married to Miss of The ceremony was performed on board the eastbound train on the Northern The bride came from the west that being joined here by the groom with the clergyman and a large party of They were assigned a oar and the man proceeded at once to uriit ingthe couple while the train was run ning at a speed of fortyfive miles an Unearthed a Horrible ELMIRA N What appears to have been a horrible murder was Sunday unearthed near Lake Wood Tloga Protruidjrig1from beneath a a mans incased in a boot was Of the remainder of the body there were only the charred The boot identified the man as Isaac a He is sup posed to have been and his body Not Satisfied with the Centos June Is much complaint here over the alleged In con potency of tho census Investi gation show Bthat whole families and some times a have tioen missed by the The Windsor hotel contains about two hundred flo enumer ator has been near The Commercial club has Issued a notice to the people ask ing all that have been missed to report the fact It Ailatlo MADRID June the fa mous expert and Who hasmade an investigation into the pro nounces the disease which has appeared in the province of Valencia to certainly be the dreaded Asiatic Puebln de Pugat apd vicinity ninetyone deaths from cholera have already occurred and the scourge Is A Mall William Barbie of the Baltimore Base Ball was arrestoJ Sunday fpr vio lating an old which prohibits work from being done on in ordering his men to play a game of ballati Actoirs He was released on WOO bail for trial next The fool June weeks ago Homer Newton of filch on a wager ato twentysix hard boiled Sm modlataly He lingered Jin ter rible pain until Saturday when he Newton was the most prominent importer and breeder of fat cattle in Northern Shoe Factory June large shoe factory of James Sidney Allen was destroyed by tin Buuday causing a loss of The night watchman Wai badly and a fireman soVbrely In jured by falling from a ladder during the A Well KUOWII Physician June Joseph Presley a wulI known physician of this and ex professor of Kuali uiuilioul died at Ills movjilng of spfteulngof the Hu was 08 years of and leaves a wife mid uvo The Sciinte Amendment to the Home Amendment to tho Mill Not lie peal the tnterStato Comincrro Law rrohlbltlng Comniunlcntlon from the President Conoeinlng Tlmliler Iettruotlon on rublto WASHtKotON June sen ate nonconcurred In the house amend ment to the bill to establish tho customs collection district of Puget sound Monday and a conference was A message from the house won asking further conference on the antitrust assented Edmunds said in this connection that it had been and it seemed to him to hare beed believed in cer tain that the senate amendment to the house amendment to this bill had the effect to or modify provision of the commerce law prohibit ing The amendment had nosiich effect He thought It due to the house and to the senate to say Re ferring td remarks made in tho Edmunds said he had seen It stated in a newspapwr that was the only way he could properly allude to it that the senate amendment had been got through the sen ate by of railroads and cor porations that the senate was subject to that sort of influence and that not much else could be expected from the senate in that The Work of the He asserted in contradiction of this statement that all important legislation for the last ten years affecting great cor had been in the outset tho work of the notably the bill to compel the Pacific railroads to obey the laws and the interstate commerce The only force which he had to be ex erted and he had knowledge of it had been a somewhat persistant and power ful effort on the part of railroads and other corporations through wellknown agents and influences well known to him to induce simpleminded people some would not Buy de feat the senate amendment and to mis lead people into opposition to it by be traying them into the false notion that they were defending the in defeat ing an amendment which the railroads did not The deficiency appropriation bill for pensions and census was reported and lu the The bonne agreed to conference reports on the a public building at Beaver Fftte fixing the limit of cost at and on the billfora pubic building at with the limit of cost at The house then went into com mitteeof the whole on tho sundry civil j appropriation TIMBER ON PUBLIC A Communication to Congress Regarding Its WASHINGTON June pres ident sent to congress a brief communica tion from the secretary of the interior concerning the destruction of timber ion the public lands by fires carelessly kindled or left The president states that if proper penalties were imposed by a law a few much waste of the forests would be With the cbmraunicntlon of the which is merely a letter of is inopsed a bill providing for the protec tion of and other growth in the pub lic rtemttin from destruction by It makes It a misdemeanor for a person to maliciously or negligently set fire to woods or prairlea qn public and per sons convicted are to be fined a sum not more than three times the vaue of the growth or imprisoned for more than three or Onehalf the fine is to go to the and the other half to the public school fund of the county ID which the destroyed growth Was The Blyer and Harbor DHL WASHINGTON the exception of the proposed appropriation for Hay Lake channel and the Sault Marie the river and harbor bill has been oompletod by the senate oommittoe on The oommittoe will prob ably add for the Hay lake and Sault Ste Marie This will bring the increases made by the senate committee on the bouse bill up to about The blU will bo reported prob ably Consul at WASHINGTON Juno pres ident has sent to the senate the nomina tion of Joseph of the District of to be United States consul at and some army T Thick Walls Large MUST BE Dorsey 310 Belle A THRONE FOR A Op Her An HUB Brow prouiinput stoub want to Bw ton spmo weeks ago wjtlj noarloftd of and ArohduohvM Valeria Claim to the June Valeria has publicly reoouucod all claims to the Auatrlaii throne in order to marry the man of her Tho ceremony of renun ciation took place in the imperial council It was an affecting and slve The archduvess after tbe for mal which was duly attested and turned to tho emperor and members of the impurlal family nod said A loving husband would make a true womnn liappier than a Uumgaud The emperor lank his daughter to his aniiH and all prcutiut were deeply lu a in terior of tliu syuugogue of the Moses Man tonoro Jewish congregation was damaged to amount of by an explosion of The building tightly clomxl since U Huppoautl that tho whloli luiikud from a defective wiw iguiUtd by thu light above the The though but to one of the ARE THF and REMAINS Unchanged througOTelrsii rs Ploaso be gulled lntdv trying experimental i M Over 30O now In use in DIWC 9 ITA1ITIT rlllott HAfflJLli 315 Belle 11 A HOWELL DEALER IN Oft WILL BE FOUND LOWERConsidering Qualities and Styles Than in any other house in In consequence of tbe GREAT EXTENT of our SALjES we are enabled to do Business on a VERY CLOSE MARGIN and it is a ognized fact that we handle by far LARGER QUANTITIES OF GOODS THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE I am now receiving a large and varied stook of in all the prevailing for Spring which I nui prepared to make up in the 1 BOUtH elaborate wild beautiful ings lu tho religious build Will tlie Uonwymooii Juno Ashbuituu Laving tondertiti the use of Metubet tier ladysblps rjniiipiiUlre at a rust dence for Uo lleury tl Md uU bride wwt Acaepted UtfinvltttUoo and will tUeUoney theML GUABkNTEEING A Perfect Reasonable Bates and Complete Satisfaction 112 Third   

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