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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - June 19, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 VOLUME  ALTON, ILL., THURSDAY EVENING. JUNE 19. ISHO.  jrRA J  > H.  Cincinnati’s Chief Executive Routed by Girls.  ‘WHERE DID YOU GET THAT HAT f*  Dr. J. W. Enos’ Sanitarium,  ALTON, ILL.  DR. ENOS announces that he ha* established in • building purchaeod for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the  TREATMENT OF ALL CURABLE DISEASES.  BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL.  His experience during many years has convinced him that all dine ase* can be managed more successfully in an institution of this kind, under the eons taut supervision of the physician, and with the aid of means not otherwise at command, than when the patients are seen by their medical advisors at intervals of several hours or davs.  The position of the SANITARIUM is high, and the surrounding are free I from all noxioua influences. It is readily reached by the Second street horse ears, and is near the Union Depot,  The building is large, and arrangements are as perfect as is possible from a knowledge of sanitary science and Hie requirements of such an institution.  Electricity in all its forms; Oxygen and its compounds; Baths, Douches, Massage, Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided as may be required by patients, in addition to such other treatment as may be deemed advisable.  A LARGE SOLARIUM  For Sun Baths and exercise in cold and inclement weather, etc., is provided.  Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and receives hi* dally personal attention.  Now Open  FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS.  For further information addrest Or. ENOS at the SANITARIA, comer of George and Third st*., Alton. III.  Whs Mayor** Tile Knocked OS HI* Head and K Irked Akee* lh* Floor -A Hitch Is sn Entertainment Ta He Oleo* byth*  Ordor al tin*-., . .ta* -A Koval Way ta ■rear* a t hock- fecal I ar Item* by Telegraph.  Cistixnati, Jam* IU-For Mime time there has bern trouble brewing among the S<«) airls who are drilling for the ballet la the coming spectacle, “Monee In Egypt," to be given by the Order of Cincinnatus The difficulty was fomented by one of the leaders of the ballet named Hallie Hicks She claimed she hod been insulted by the measuring committee, who discharged ber. Mayor Mo*by, who Ie a prominent member of the order and one of those In charge of the ballet, met the girls at Eureka hall to discuss the alf sir. The girls became angry One of them knocked off I la bat and the whole crowd began kicking It over tike room, singing “Where Did You Get That Half* and yelled “Hallie. Hnllle Hicks, 1 ' and hustled the mayor out. The entire clast wa* discharged and anew ballet must lie engaged.  CHIVALROU9JMISSOURIAN8.  They Attach a I rnitniur Prophetess and Illustrate Their Manhood.  ST Long, June IO.-Maria » Woodworth, the Ban Francisco prophetess who predicted the destruction of the Golden Gate city, was mobbed in a tent on Gamble street, Tueeday night. Bb# baa been preaching In a tent si net her advent here el* weeks ago Hhe has been predicting all aorta of disasters, and Tuesday night she was made to believe that her predictions had come tm- A mob of hoodlums tor* down bm tent, broke up the wats. and dispersed the -oiigregation. Many of tin- women fainted, but none was seriously injured.  THE WILD WESTERN WAY.  NO OII ll IOT TI  GLOBE  Guarantees Prices.  THE GLOBE  Guarantees Goods or Money Refunded.  Three Mea tear* e Cheek by a Move!  •Mil Brut si Method.  II A Milt IHI, la., J tine lf.—Three desperate men, with a lasso, secured a ti,'"*) check from J. II. Stewart, a Kansas City capitalist Monday. Mr. Stewart was in a precarious condition Tuesday night from his rough usage, lie was riding near the city In a buggy, when John K , ( ’barie*. R, and “Doe Golden attacked, threw a noose of a long rope about bis neck, and dragged him over the dashliuard. He wa* helpless in their banda, and signed the check to escape. The trouble grew out of litigation over the title to lands claimed by the Guldens and by Stewart's company.    _____  Refuses Ie quit Work  Denton, Mich., June lf.-One of the ac cupant* of the new Hammond building hired Contractor George to At up the office and George employed non union men, AU the other workmen on the building left, agent ordered George to take the men out George refused and the men worked away all day, while the agent stood on guard at the door to shut bim out if he should leave His meals have been put into him and he keeps the door barred. Fifty carpenter* are out and will not return until tho -uhs leave. George will keep the agent out until the job is finished  A Very Per tiller Case.  Fica VKLIX, I’n, June lf.—A strange case  Is pulling everybody bere. It bi seemingly the result cf the cyclone that passed over 11, st section May IO. Hi nee that day John We I too'* little daughter bas slept every ot ber three days. For three days and night* int mediately after the disaster the child db! aul sleep a w ink. Then she went to sleep for three days When ber limb* are placed In any position they remain so until changed by Simi*cause other than that which comes from her.  W*«ldn't Ast* se th* Kl, mar rat or.  NKW'll AV ax, Conn., June lf.-Ed ward Mal ley, one of the wealthiest and moat prominent cit is*na of this place, was arrested for refusing to answer certain questions put by the census enumerator. He was released on bls own recognisance to attend the launching of hie schooner. Ile will pro baldy be hound over to the August term of the Uuited Blate* district court. Tb»- arrest has crested a sensation all over Ute city an't other arrests are sure to follow. It is said a professor at Yale will be * muted  ORIGINAL PACKAGE CASES.  tows Courts Reversing Ksch Other’s Dw-• talons en the question.  nm Mont na, Iowa. June It-Tbs Iowa courts are reversing each other's original package decisions with agility and dta-* patch. Insist week two district judges rendered contrary decisions, one holding that sn original package Is an unbroken osae just as it is received from th* consignor, the other that any suttdivisioa of a case properly sealed with contents intact . would fulfill the requirement*. Before I the now famous original package decision wa* rendered by the federal supreme court the Iowa supreme court had defined an orig'nai package to be a flask, boul*. keg. or Mural—anything In which the goods were put up, without regard to the manner of their shipment. Judge Kavsnsgh of the Folk county district court, in th* State va. Cham bern, overruled this supreme court decision.  Th* Original Package Serow*.  Cham bars imported two esses, on* containing a do—a bottles, tbs other a keg, all Ailed with liquor Chambers admitted he had drawn off the liquor from th# keg into quart bottle*. In this condition ti was wised, and Judge Ksvaaaugh ordered the whole outUt condemned. Even th* lawyer* are likely to become satan glad In th* labyrinth of con fii ating dal rulings must sully ems is—lug the Mw* bench. Th# original package alone site serene In their preeenoe, anti! sonte thirsty cltisen appropriates It and induces It to become “masted in tbs common property of the state,”  NO. an  A Slanderer at Sioux City Bad-ly Punished.  A Bargain  CHASTISED BY SEVERAL WOMEN  ti  MIU Kell for SI.ta Per Aer*.  Bhawxkktowx, I T., June lf-Th* Cherokee commission, which arrived at Ute Pottawatomie reservation Monday, was received by the Indians Tuesday. Th* chief of the trill#, on behalf of th* tribal council, offered to sell their lam!* to th# government for ti.SS per acre, the price w hich the commission la authorised to accept. Th# oommtsaion accepted th# term* *iol the papers necessary to rinse the contract sr* now toting drawn. The Pot ta watomie reservation consist* of 000,000 w tea surplus land after the Indians shall have taken theirwtllotraente.  Several Live* for Oms.  Pa its km si ut>, VV. Va June IO.—Th* railroad disaster a day or two ago on th* Chesapeake and Ohio railroad near Ashland, in which a number of persons were kit ed, wa* the means of saving the life of Asem Polly He was about to be f ried on a charge of having brutally assaulted Miss Julia Heater, the jwualty for which crime in th!* state is death. The only wit ne** wa* the girl herself, her sister and mother. All three were killed in the disaster and th* eses against Assro has (teen dismissed for want of testimony against him.  A Husband ta the Resee*.  Napa, Cal., June IR—A motion for a new trial was made by counsel for Mrs. Margaret Markle, convicted of manslaughter tor tbs killing of John von VV’yin. Hb« was to have been ernivaoed Wednesday, but her attorney presented aa affidavit signed by her hufdeuid, stating that he wa* th* slayer of Yon Wyle. ll* alleges that th* killing was dons in self defame*. He says the reason that he did not make it known befur* was that be thought that bis wife would be acquitted. Decision was reversed.  Prepared tor th* WkUw-Caps.  Mocxt Ca Rito ll, Ilia., Jane 19.—For amu* tim* past Henry VV Inter has been receiving White-Cap letters warning him to leave tow* under penalty of death. Winter is# Jeweler sod on* of the leading young men of the town. Tuesday night twenty three masks aud a call to th* Whitecaps to congregate at ll o'clock were found and the city Is greatly excited. VV inter is thoroughly prepared, and, lf the visitor* put in sn appearance, dead White < ’ap# ar* likely to ho namer OM.  Ntrteken fro ms tit* Rolls,  BAX AKToxio, Tex., June ta— At a meeting cf E. O. C Order Poet G. A. R, th* adjutant was instructed to erase th* Lame of Col J. P. Newcomb from th* roll of membership The reason for striking his nam* from th* rolls Is th* alleged discovery that be wa* never inhaled in the Union army. Col Newcomb ta one of th* most prominent Republicans in Texas. He was secretary of state under the Davis regime.  Rebaked Ike Hake.  Ottawa, Out., June lit—At Tuesday's suasion of the general aaa*rn My of th* Presbyterian church in Canada (wing held here, Dr. Armstrong presented th# report of the committee on Sabbath observance.  Pet Gwraaae, Having Keen Dropped by a WMow Woman with Whom Me Had Been Keeping Company, Circulated Slanderous Stories Concerning Mer and Is Waited Pp,.a by a Delegation of the Pair aes and Whipped.  HIOCX CITY, Iowa, June 19.-A delegation of women beaded by Mrs. Nellis Snyder proceeded to th* Exchange hotel at the stock yards for the purpose of chastle-Ing I*at Gorman, who, they allege, bad circulated slanderous stories shout their fair name. Mrs Snyder is a buxom widow, sod for some tints psst has been keeping company with Gorman. For some reason she tired of hts attentions and threw him over. Psi resented this slight  1  upon his affections by circulating ta deer tit Rories regarding the morality of his old flense These stories coming to the earn Of Mrs Snyder naturally oat Wed indign*  (Thick Walls) Lar#<* Cellar*  with Water In I louse   1   THE GLOBE  Has a Larger Assortment and Complete Stock  HENTCE:  Ton owe a Duty to Yourselt to Call  (ICY Kit ANI) A SOS)  eat tile  GLOBE.  hildehhand  Invj tee You All.  Railway Telegrapher* Meet.  NKW YouK, June 19.—The fifth annual con vent fro of the Railwsy Telegraphers’ Association of North America was begun at Lyric ball Wednesday morning. A, D. Thurston, of Vinton, Iowa, called th* mewling to order and it wee found that MCI out of 175 members expected bad responded. A committee on credentials was appointed sad a recess taken until afternoon The aw ia( coli nurnbeiu it,OOO members and is purely a fraternal and benefit organ lo tion.  A bd Ital rd Her (Int rn* In th* Throne*  VikxKA, June 19.—Archduchess Marguerite, foil ming th* exempla of th* Archduchy ma Valeris, bas aUli ated her claims to tbs succession to the throne of Austria. The ceremonies of the asian were similar to thus* observed in th* case of V shote.  Rutting MUI Bastreyed.  Dktik IT, June 19—The rolling mill of the Detroit Steel and spring works burned st ms >n. Iakw, 150,001). Th* company had oo y Tuesday given heavy mortgagee to secure creditor*.  Mast Leave the Order ee quit  KCAtoNo, Ha, June 19 - Brakemen on th* Bastile*! railroad have I-en notified that they ar* experted to leave the order Of Mali war Brakemen or quit the service  of the col ..pally.  Missouri I* ac I ti* Dividend.  NKW Tons. June It.—Th* Missouri Pacific has d*. tend the regular quarterly dividend of I percent, payable July lh Rooks now ck wed open June it and ckw*  June 9E ...____ .    ....__  Will DUIS Illegal I ortenef.  Bi. *ne Ai k**, Juno it.—Senor Garcia,, the u#v* m ti MTT J finance, announce* hi** is'clition to bum publicly lfi*»,0OQ af th*- Y) GW,duo of Cl notes illegally circu lated    ...............  Ha*.Ager Carpenter, of th- E-kl*art (In diane league) ti sui, disbanded his dub Monday beewise of lash of patronage  In hts Introductory remarks he alluded to the Sunday visit of the Duke of Goo-naught to Niagara Falls ss a sud profanation of th* Lord's day and a very tai example. '.Y    r.;-;-,    -     :   A Kenner Assassinated.  Alw HK, Neb., June it—Jame* Whitman, a farmer living near this city, was shot and instantly kilted white working in a field Tuesday, No on* saw th* dead committed, but from testimony befur* tbs coroner’s jury it Is believed that Char tee Johnson, Whitman's brother in-law, Is th* murderer. Johnson bas disappeared  Th* Ktrtk* at Perrine*, Oh Ie,  Clkvklaxh, Ohio, Jan* lh—There Is no change In the strike situntloa. The switchmen are still out on nil th* roads, hut si* strikers of the Uke Shore and d.atba are inomrutaril)- experted. Michigan Southern railroad are saki to have agreed to return to work. The switchmen generally are at home, nod but few have been seen ta th* yard.  Concluded Ie Dire Mins a Whipping.  At first sir* was disposed to have him ar- :  tested, but at a conference componed of ladles of her immediate acquaintance It was decided to give him a horsewhipping, so the ladies assembled at th# residence of  Mrs. Snyder and st once went to the hotel where Gorman was Uiardlug and ranged themselves in the hall, being armed with ‘ ropes, whips, sticks, and ham ©se tags. Kitty Flynn was dispatched to the room of Gorman to tell him that Nellie was don n-stair* and wanted to see him. Pat was just preparing for hed, and at first he did not want to go, but after thinking over the matter busily acquiesced.  Th* Knit ( omnrni'M.  Upon reaching th* hallway Lu* Forbes started the hull by striking him with the butt end of a buggy whip. Then ropes, Micks, and whips were flying In the air, sud the women made a desperate effort to play even for all past wrongs. Gorman made a break for the Main, and ss a parting reminder that women could not be s’under**! with impunity Mn. Herbert, a •lite r of Mn Snyder, Mruck him acrose tit* face with a piece of tug Gorman on reaching bis room locked the door and grasping his nvolver swore that he would shoot the Ant person who entered the ] room. The women then retired and left Gorman very much battered up, but wiser.    ______________  WIIL MAKE IT A TE8T CASE.  Kit aaa* Trying Ie Kure* n Railway ta Run  * Money Losing Train.  Tote KA, Ran., June 19.—A test caw is to be made ta the state supreme court of the case of the railway commission against the Missouri Pacific Railway company. Borne time ago the commission, ob com plaint of residents along the line of the Le Roy .V Caney Valley Air Un*, owned by the Mi-soiirl Pacific, ordered that road to ran n daily pit»x#itit*r I run. The company refused Gov*,nor Humphrey has instructed the attorney-* neral to I natl-tnt* man (ism us proceedings in lite supreme court. Th* railwsy company claim that the desired psseengnr train would have to be operated at a teas, and the stele cat.not compel it to carry un a losing business  A Dastardly Assault.  Jacksonville, FU., June 19.-Mayor P. McQuaid, of Jacksonville, was assaulted and twaUm badly Tuesday by City Marsh al Wiggins, who is under invest Igat ion on charges of official misconduct. Wiggins is supposed to hare held the mayor responsible for th* proceedings against him. The assault was mad* without warning, and the mayor bad no chance to defend himself His injuries will probably not prove fatal Wiggins rode into the country after Ute assault and is bs I tex ad to have boarded a train at • way station and gone to south Florida  The Bikie in School*.  Ma PISO s. WL, June 19.-The sheriff of Rock county has served a writ of mends ma* on th* school bourd of th* city (rf Edgerton, coram anding it to oompcl teachers not to read the Bible in the pub Mc schools. This is the district from which the famous Bible case came, which was decided by the supreme coart against allowing th* Bible ta the public schools. Teec hem have ignored the decision, but mast now heed ii  Ten Osebsyi Massac, od.  . Low tem* (to, N M , Jon* 19.-A oowboy arrived at th* station of Raper, ob th* Southern Pacific near hers. Tuesday, and said that tbs Indians had attacked a camp of SOW boyg on a ranch Ile aul ten others were in camp when Monday night shout IO o'clock, a baud of twenty or thirty Indians rode down upon then, and shot them down as they were attempting to ran. He think* all his companions were kilted.  x,ot 00x130.  Dei. 1 ”.,  H |>t « l Hncr|Hci? h " Or,,0<X *’    *»  MUST BE SOLD.  Dorsey Sc Mann  310 Belle street.  r-2h  ARE ACKNOWLEDGED TOF  Simplest, Most Lasting and Economical.  REMAINS  Unchanged through Years  into  I’ltMtMH don't In* gulled trying experimental stove*. Ore* SOO now in use in our  city.  PUTS 4 HAMILL  315 Belle st.  A. J. HOWELL  DKALER IN  CARPETS, CURTAIN CLOTHS, RUGS, Ac.  OIL  Our Prices  WILL BK FOUND  LOWER- Considaring Qualities and Styles-  Til in in any other bouto in Alton. In consequence of th*  ORK AT EX TK .NT of our SALES we are enabled lo do Bu dura* on a VERY CLOSE MARGIN and U is a roo-ognixed fact thai we handle by far  LARUER QUANTITIES OF GOODS  THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE Cm.  STRUMS SUITS,  Arkansas Deuxx-raU.  Littlk Rock, Ark , June it. The Dem* ocretie state convention nominated the following ticket. Governor. Jaquo* P. Eagle; eecrriary ot Mute, Ii. ll, Chism; attorney g»-n«ml, W. E. Atkins, supreme judge. Mort .Handels Grover Cleveland was Indorsed as the next pn utteudal candidate    ^    _  TH* la><»i Tali Tawas.  Lux Don, June 19. The jurors in the ootnpeUliou fur deeigus aud plan ot the Watkia tower have swarded UM first prise to Messrs Blea art. MncLmm 4k Dunn, of ILindon, sad th# second prise to Mown Webster ie lUugb, of Liver pout Th* derigoa submitted ate disappointing  tut IMk MU rte! OK.  WtKMSKL Oat, June 19.-While Sam AOD oily, a (torii band tm th* steam barge Owes, wa* attempting to Bisks lh* boat fast to the do* h the hawser eat a ln**J hi" feet taking Ugh off at the ankles Us will die  ( kriera Iii Maay Provisoes  Mam: n, June lf. I hath# from cholera am rep -rte I from At (ald a. C'aMeNo, Oar* •ayen ie. and J att va Four death* hate assume! ai Malaga  TKro* Mea Fatal I, H*ro#«L  Halt!Mutts. Md.. June 19. Three men employed ta a soap factory were fatally bunted Tuesday tty the bursting of a large teak (rf bolling oil. which literally  f  drenched the unfortunate men Their  They I  arr Hugh Caulfield, aged Si; John Crowe, aged OP. J. It. Jasotiw (colored), aged Ilk The aecddtmt occurred at Barry, Curtis A Ok'i factory.  Proparis* tmr rn Pattee Strike.  Loxdor, June 19.—The probability (rf a police .trike increase and th* anthorine* at Scotland Yard, fearing tbs worst, are quietly organising a reserve force. Hundred- of tecrutte have already been sworn in, nod are receiving a degree of tnMructious Ut the duties of a policeman that will •asbie them to make a creditable showing In the av-ut of a getters! revolt of the obi men    '  Re tm kite— debs Ie florida.  J.\> kson mllr, Fin, Jan* I ft.--Fifty two Republican clubs met in convention hers Tuesday for th* purpose of f ruling a Mate league, which will Ut*one part of tho na Hoi)si league of Republican clubs Florida is the first state in t'to south to (bus seek mem’*-rehip hi the n u I-mal organisation. The delegates numbered over DOO  A KtHiu Tot n ( j ct oh* it.  LkaVRX*, urra. Ran., June 19 -latgsn, Phillip* county. Kau., was visited by a cyclone early Monday morning. Th* new Episcopal church was destroyed, many farm bouses were wrecked, sud on* man was killed. The people saved themselves gsnarall/ by taking refuge in cyclos*  I nm now receiving a large nod varied stock of Cloths, in nil the prevailing shades, for Spring Suits, which I am prepared to make up in th*  Most Fashionable! Stvles,  GUARANTEEING  A Perfect Fit,  Reasonable Rates and  Complete Satisfaction.  H. C. G. Montz. 112 Third st.   

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