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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - June 20, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON DAILY TELEGBA to North Other in ILLM FttlDAY JTUKE 7 MIL the Enos rR ENOS announces that he has established in a building purchased for the UHt k purpose a SANITARIUM for fche 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 the and with the aid of means not other wise at than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers at intervals of several hours or The the SANTTABIUM is and the surrounding are free from all noxious It Is readily reached by the Second street horse and is near 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 to such other 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 hie dally personal FOE THE RECEPTION OF For further information address ENOS at the corner of Coorge and Third A TOTAL OF FIVE DEATHS Also Killed In the A lint of tlio Por llnrl Work Being Done nt to llonch the Scene of tlio Mlno Oloie Cal for Anothor Juno Perhaps the most destructive wreck both in life and property ever known in the hlatoify of the Western North Carolina railroad occurred at Mel rose at the south ern aide ot Baluda about twentytwo miles frpra this on the Asheville nnd Spartanburg The dead are Engineer of Ches Engineer Lewis Tunstall of Fireman Taylor of son of The injured are thigh brokon George injuries not escaped by jumping William slight es caped by Tho spreading of the rails caused the Killed by Runaway June Two men were killed and several others seriously injured by an accident an the new branch of the Pennsylvania railroad now being constructed between Morrisville and A gang of were engaged in grading the track and were at the bottom of a hill from which dirt was being dumped from a number of flat some manner six the care became detached from the locomotive and ran down the hill at a rapid finally leaving the track and toppling over where the men were Most of the men succeeded in getting out of the but two of them named Murphy and Egolia were caught by the ears and One Man and Eighteen Horses KANSAS June A special to The Star from says a head end collision occurred on the Kansas Joseph and Council Bluffs rail road about three miles east of Atchison between the pay train and a freight engineer of the pay was Both engines were telescoped and the tender of the freight engine was driven into a car of horses immediately behind killing eighteen of the The accident is believed to have been caused by the engineer of the pay train supposing that the had al most come to a stop on the main was on the THE DUN BAR Kxcltcmcut In the Little Mining Town at Fever June The village is crowded with Excitement in creases astho hours pass and will proba bly remain fever heat until the fate of the imprisoned miners is de The work of the rescuing Guarantees THE GLOBE Guarantees Goods or Honey GLOBE Has a Larger Assortment and Complete Stock YoarseK to Call 8WEUC of Senator ells Daughter to Hobert June How Parwell becamethe Of Robert Chatfleld Taylor at high noon the1 bride is tho youngest daughter 6t United BUtw Senator Charles Farwell and a sister of Reginald the musician comic opera groom 85 years of ioptefr the welMcnown society ft llternteurof one of thefmitfderi and editors of of considerable wealth and hitherto At the head ot the cremede la creme of bachelor The Wide is ft Btttefy andbeixtt tifulglrl ot It and has Jfttt graduated from No effort bMbeenjpared to make the event the gwftest Af fair of recent had been extended to fts raatoy of note whoso names ngnlB prominently in the Blue f Hafidiome It required three epeclal the guests to Lake western railroad where thei sum mer mansionis The pretty little depot bad been gaily decorated with and the spread crimson Flags abundantly displayed from the and the senators Mansion was irtto a floral The attendance mdre than taxed the capacity ot the litUe Presby terian church and many were anabUfto gain a view of the alter happy couple stood before it and plighted their The ceremony was performed by pastor Of the assisted by of the Second Presbyterian Horace of was the bes LABOR MATTERS IN A Complaint Filed Against of the Strike June20The firm of Vinten 8c have filed a bill of complaint againt members of the strike committee in the circuit They ask that the court issue on injunction restraining the strike committee from attempting to get any nonunion men to leave their employ or to harass or intimidate and from congregating with other strikers or urging strikers to congregate In the vicinity of their shop or any pliictfwhere they may have work ita prog and from in any way attempting to interfere with the business or employes of the A Difference of Judge Hosmer granted the There is considerable difference of opinion as to what effect it can or will The unions are not incorporated and the strike committee is not considered to be a legal representative of the various The object of the Injunction is to reach the strikers through their but as the committee am not legally their rep resentatives it is considered doubtful if the injunction will have any Jndge Hosmer Indorsed a proviso oa the injunc tion providing that the defendants shoulc not be restrained frompeaceableargnment to induce any nonunion men from unit ing with the strikers to demand thescale The injunction will therefore simply the committee from any violent or such as fight men were changing and while the place where tho men had been wbrkingthrough out the night was for a few moments un the roof fell in with a Hundreds of tons of stone and slate fell filling up tho entry that two days labor has been spent in The es cape of the workmen is A new survey of the mine was made Wednesday night far as it was possible to The ailne Supplied With The engineer has not yet mode his re port of Statements from men who were with him ahoy that rescuing party are much farther from the entombed miners than was first This report has cast additional gloom over the The miue is now well supplied with air and if yet as is and the men can endure the pangs of hunger they will yet be They are now since Monday noon without food or It is stated that it will fe duiro two or three days hard work to reach the place where it la expected that the miners will be Severe Lightning in June During a heavy thunder storm here the house of Samuel Pierce was struck by lighting and an aged and Pierce were seriously injured by the The house took fire and In New a large school building was struck by a tremendous damaging the building The school was in session at tbo but the schol ars escaped with slight A house In Hanrpden was struck by lightning and Several people in the were struck and badly The farm buildings on the Stetson farm were struck1 and causing a loss of several thousand Plunged Down the June While fifteen young ludius from the Sohuylklll seminary at Frederioksburg were on their way to tho railroad station ot Jonestown In a coach drawn by four horses some of the harness broke and the becoming plunged down a foot All the ladies were more or less severely Miss Kate of Molionoy bud her nose broken and was badly bruised about the of ww picked up unconscious and seriously hurt Miss ftezie of Wft8 injurtd In the head and of shoulder broken and arm Struck by June A heavy thunder ntpvra pawed ovw section of the At the were flooded for an hour and a half Carl the wife ot a prominent merchant of ac companied by her two small were on the river bank when the storm came upon They were struck by Brown oiid one boy were InotanUy The other boy won badly and uto recovery Law to Them Ing of over front the Four teenth oongrmlonal UUtHpt wet Vueityy e actiw iu favor of tlw wrvlce jwn Boolutions puiAd con u Troubie Among the Squad ron of f AUK WITH COMMANDER The Offlcers of the Fleet Airiusefl nnd AW Indignant the Ke Among Tliein Yorktown to Compftny with the Bent of the Fleet Owing to nn June cruiser York which has arrived at this was to pwt company wlththe fa npuii squadron of now on its way to the Brazil on account of an ftccldept that occurred to iU steering gear A Bargain C Thick Walls in Hoifll DeA MUST BE S Uurdered June Mel a prominent carriage manufacturer wosshot Wednesday on Sixteenth street by a discharged McCart ney Four shots took effect in the head and Melburn will The mur derer had been cbOTged tolbuen with embezzlement and and Ms trial was expected to come up Mel burn was one of the grand Jury now in and was walking with the dis trict attorney when the shooting McCartney waited at the mouth an al ley for hta and after the tragedy surrendered himself toa Raiding June searchers Wednesday morning began raiding the original package houses on warrants charging proprietors wito owning and keeping liquors ana illegal A number of places were visited and all the liquor iotto original packages was The searchers thendrdefed1 the proprietors closed and locked the and carried Jibe keys is understood that they only intend ingtfje who break original pack Gave FellowPrUonen Jane Michael took Charles A bone to the penitentiary and while on the way Rutherford informed the sheriff that prisoners at Taylorvllle were about to majie break for Michael telegraphed and a sized was found sawed through the floor of the by means of which the prisoners expected to make their jail delivery been barely avoided A Co oged 80 a pioneer of Qolor oneof the bent known tnen n this his wife through the left lung While the were sitting at the breakfast He then threatened to kill hla daughter her caused him to Md without harmlflg iher be ptocWvthe volver to his and Joues not expected to when on ihe passage froto Boston to Lie Temporary repairs were made which did fair service Wnlle in the Mediterran but it wps felt that the ship was not equipped in this essential for a stormy Atlantic and the admiral therefore recommended her detachment and Jtfnd Kept Well Commodore Chad wick spent the day aboard received a few who went down the bay in small He gold that all the officers of the Yorktown and vessels the squadron were with the ship and with tho which they consider to hove been a success in every They had kept pretty well posted while as to home and bad read with considerable amuse ment and some he the reports as to disagreements aboard the disputes bet ween commanding offi and general disaatisfaction on the part of officers and reports which have been persistently current for several These said Chad are funny in one way you look at them and In Another way they are i They ore so absurd that we on the who know the rather laughed at but it seems that the folks at home have been taking them and thats too The fact that there is ab solutely no good foundation fortbe stories is sufficiently evidenced the record of courtmartials There have been only three general courtmartials since the fleet and the severest pun ishment inflicted has beennine months Where will you find ashore a community Of or souls that can show OB good n record I never knew a cruise on which courtmartials were so Practically No As for there has been prac tically Of it is inevitable that with so many men golug ashore at so many ports a man should once In a while drink too much and lose or for some other reason fail to get to the vessel before sailing time and so be left aut the whole fleet have lost only nine or ten men in this That would be a amah loss fpe single vessel Both oncers and men liked the cruise and those on the Vorktown were very sorry to have to part with the even though it brpiiglit themhome It bos from whptwe sailor a happy and It is a shame thatthe people at home have been fooled byalotof rubbish abouji trouble aboard TROUBLE AT DAVENPORT Between the Northwestern Cremation Society anil the June to trouble between western Crema ilon society of this city and the The society wasorganized Hvo years ago and jiow has nearly 300 Some flme ago the city leased to It a portion of IB 4ty as a site the crema plans were contract and work on the excavation was be when violent opposition on part of the people in that part of the town de It i was supposed that site apleoW for the building woo not occupied by but as the digging progressed bones were discovered ana Two HwulrwU Uoidtoi The people have grpwa indignant at what thpy conuldor the sacrilege commit ted contractor and his men in vio lating these forgotten Not onlyTmve the loosp bones been but tu one Instance a protruding coffin was cut in two and one with part of lie inclosed People wholhave been watching the work allege that lover aOO bodies have thus been dis On petition of the people Judge ot the bos grafted temporary WunoUpn under a rulliig which will undoubtedly make it permanent when the jnso is tried upon its Dorsey 310 Belle fascommittwl ting bis 4ro on old twTl He the IMS seven under circumstances wmon OAuwl much and It believed obis v BATOX JnneKarTbe by to rtccldod to report favorably on tUe proposed conntitmiotul atnendment movtttne capital from this olty to New Or j A in a veteran of the and W years of ww MUion ARE AOKNOWLEDO3BD T Most J mmm M W and EcoriomiDai REMAINS Unchanged thro Please dont be gulled1 tryingexperimental Qvcr 300 now in 315 Belle HQWELL DEALER IN WILL BE FOUND LOWEBConsidering Qualities and Styles Than in any other house in In consequence of the GREAT EXTENT of our SALES we are enabled to do Business on a VERY CLOSE and it is a ognizcd fact that we handle by far LARtfER QUANTITIES OF THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE Agulntt Judge Uond In the United States circuit court has signed a decree for in favor of tJM Safe DepoBlt nud Trust coiu aualiut the American Rapid Tele ph coinunny of This was fluiil of and a mortgage for given Amoriwn Uapld Tolograph com pwyof Conimutlcut and auxiliary com paulea foimui umlur the HUUIU naaie in ItoeUni Safe Do 1runt ooiiipniiy as to paymont uf Iwuud for of nnd devolojilug tulotfrupli system belonging to thu I am now receiving a large apd varied stock of in all the prevailing for Spring which Tarn prepared to make up HMCoert St GUARANTEEING A Perfect Reasonable Rates and Complete 112 Third st Didnt Out Jimo The morning pHyern ooiituliiifd thu uutuiuucemuut of iuge of Edwin ouptalu ot com Kot lUt vrnik Hrut to iron lovcU wlrli and Mabel dantcitor of tho They nuro not mii ut to tint houbu o hiH in H bolt wun lio toM tli i glil uot at loukea took to eoiuuel mn w the   

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