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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - June 20, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 .  ;V!„ < W" ' I: *  TOK  TELE GR A PH.  . ?*  VOLUME 20.  ALTON, ILL,, FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 20.  ludo  A %  NO. 815  WICKS ON TUE SAIL  One in North Carolina, the Other in Kansas.  SWELL WEDDING AT CHICAGO.  A TOTAL OF FIVE DEATHS RESULT.  Dr. J. W. Enos’ Sanitarium  Light*- h Hoi-m-s AIm Kill, ll Im the Kmm*Ma Disaster-A LUI of Ikr Persona KUI. .I Hitnl Wuik It. lug Itowe »t Dunbar. I . , to l(.  H < Ii the Keen* of I kl* Mina I t|il<Mlwi-t lour Call far Another IIKiotrr.  AMD VILLI. JI. C., Jane » -IVrbap* the ii lint ilwitni' live wreck both In life end property ever known in Die history of the Western North Carolina railroad occurred ut Melrose Station, At the Mouth • rn aide of Hnfudk mountain, atiout twenty-two mile# from this city, on the Asheville and Spartanburg division. The dead ate; Knginder J. J Smyra, of Cheeter, H. C; Engineer Lewis Tunstall of Y«»rkU»wn, Va; Fireman W. ti Taylor of Morristown, Tenn.; arm of W P. Taylor. The injured are:    Ilowcook,    flyman,  thigh broken; George Ricketts, conductor, injuries not Mcri«ma, es* aped by jumping; William Hoe, fi rennin, alight In juries, rained by jumping. Tin 1  spreading of the  rails caused tile arri dent.  ALTON, ILL.  DK. KNOB announces that he has established in a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the  TREATMENT OF ALL MELE DISEASES.  BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL.  Killed by Hunan ay Cara.  The Nm*, N. J., June ‘JO.—Two men were killer! and Mere re I others seriously injured by an accident an the new branch of Ute Pennsylvania railroad now being constructed between Morrisville and Downingtown, Pa. A gang of men were engag.d In grading the new track and were at the bottom of a hill from which dirt was lading dumped from a number of flat Clara In some manner six (rf the can became detached from the locomotive and ran down Cite hill at a rapid speed, Anally leaving the track and topping over where the men were working. Moat of the men succeeded la getting out of the way, but two of them named Murphy and Egolia were caught by the care and killed.  H*rrt«f« of Me aal or Farwell** Daughter to Hobart Taylor.  Cine AUO, June JO.—Mire Knee Farwell became the bride of Hubert Chut field Taylor at high noon Thursday. The bride Is the youngest daughter of Culled States Senator Charles B. Farwell and a sinter of Mrs. Reginald De Koven, the noted mn widen and comic opera composer. The groom is SS years of age, nephew of Wayne Chat Held, the wellknown society man. a Itteniteur of fame, one (rf the founders and editors of "America," of considerable wealth and hitherto at the bead of the creme de la creme of Chicago's bachelor circles. The bride ta a stately and beautiful girl of RI ami baa just graduated from college. No cif ort had been spared to make th# event the groat cst social affair of recent years, and invitations had been extended to as many Chicagoans of note wboee names Agura prominently in the “Blue book *  ll a sd Mi me Decorat twee It required three special trains to convey the guests to I Ake Fort st on the Northwestern railroad where the senator’s summer mansion la located. The pretty little depot bad been gally decorated with dowers, and the platform spread with cfitiiaon carpet. Hags wert abundantly displayed from the maiden cee. and the weuator's mansion was <-on verted into a dor a1 bower. The att sudan Pe more than taxed th* capacity of the little Presbyterian church and many arere unable to gain a view of the alter aa the happy couple stood before it and plighted their troth. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Dr. McClure, pastor of tim church, assisted by Rev Dr. 8. J. McPherson, OI the Second Presbyterian church. Horse* White, of Kyracuse, K. Y., wan Ute bes man.  Ilia oxperioneo daring many your* haa convinced him that all .Ii so amos can be managed more suocosafully in an institution of this kind, antler the constant supervision of the physician, and with the aid of means not other* wise at oommand, than when Ute patients are seen by their medical advisers at intervals of several hours or dave.  The position of the SANITA Hi UM is high, and the surrounding am free from all noxious influences. It is readily reached by the Second street horse cars, and is near the Union Depot.  The building is largo, and arrangements are as perfect as is possible from a knowledge of sanitary science and the requirements of such an institution. Electricity In all Its forma; Oxygen and its compounds; Baths, Douches,  Massage, Inhalation, Nursing, etc,, are provided as may be required by pa-  >tb<  dents, 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 blk daily personal attention.  Now Open  POR THS RECEPTION OF PATIENTS.  For further information addrest Dr. ENOS at the SANITARIA, corno' of  Ow* Man anS Right*** Hora** Killed.  Kansas City, June JO.—A special to The Star from Atchl-on, Ksn,, say* a head  end collision occurred on the Kansas City, St. Joseph and Council Bluffs railroad shout three miles cast (rf Atchison between the pay train and a freight train. I* W. Yocum, engineer of the pay train. was killed. Both engines were telescoped mid the Lf rider of the freight engine wee driven into a car of boreas immediately la-hlnd it, killing eighteen of the animala The accident la believed to have been caused by the engineer of the pay train supposing that iii# freight, whk-h had almost come to a stop on the main track, was on the aiding.  THE DUNBAR HORROR.  George md Third tit., Alton. III.  i OI# HOUSE OOI TOE  GLOBE  Guarantees Prices.  IGI  THE  LieUemnwt In the Little Mining Town at Fever Heat.  DUX BAM, Pa, June SO.—Th* village is crowded with visitor* Excitement increases ss the hours paw and will pro*tatty remain st fever hen! until the fate of the Imprisoned miners is Anally determined. The work (rf the rescuing party was again retarded at I o'clock Thursday morning. Just as the shifts of men were changing and while the place where the men had been working throughout the night wa* for a few moments unoccupied, th* roof fell in with a crash. Hundred* of tons of atom ami alate fell down, Ailing ap the entry thai two days IiUir has been spent in opening. The es • ape of the workmen is miraculous. A new survey ut the mins was mads Wednesday night as far aa tt was possible togo.  The Miss supplied With Air.  Th* engineer has not yet made his report of calculation*, .‘statements from men w bo were with bim show that the rescuing party are mach farther away from the entombed miners than we first thought. This reiioft ha* .ast additional gloom over the village The mine Is now well supplied with air and if yet alive, as is ho;>cd, and the men can endure the pang- (rf hunger they will yet he saved, They are now since Monday noon without food or light It is stated that it will require two or three days' hard work to reach the place when- it t* expected that the miners will Im found  GLORE  Guarantees Goods or Money Refunded.  Sever* Lightning Is Mains.  UakuoU. Me., Jane XI —During n heavy thunder storm here the house of Csp!. Samuel Pierre was struck by lightning sud Mr* Totter, nu ag.-.I lady, sod Mrs. Pisrcs were seriously injured by the bott. The house took fire sud burned. In Newport, Me., n large school building was struck b) a tremendous bolt, damaging the building considerably The school was in session at the time, hut the »cbol-are esc.'’!*-! with alight Injuries. A bo uhs in Hampden wa* struck by lightning and burned, bever .ti people in the house were struck and badly injure.I. The farm building* on the stetson farm were struck and burned, causing a loss of several thousand dollar*  THE GLOBE  is a Larger Assortment and Complete Stock  HENCE:  Tou owe a Duty to Yourself to Call  Flanged Dews Ilk* F rattan kmenL  BRAHIM,, Pa, June SO.—While fifteen young lad bm from the Schuylkill seminary at Fredericksburg were on their way to the railroad station at Jonestown in a coach drawn by four horses sms of the baru*** broke and the animala, becoming unmanageable, plunged down a twenty foot embankment All the lathes more or Ires severely Injured. Miss I* Reed, of Mahoney City, had ber broken and wee badly bruited about the body Miss Insure So sun, (rf Ashland. was picked up urn .•nseioua and seriously hurt Min* Burele Wanner, <rf Fleetwood, wee injured it. the head sod face Mise Bom berger, of lebanon, shoulder broken sad arm injured.  EVER ANITOS)  at ti  GLOBE.  LABOR MATTERS IN DETROIT.  A (<> iii pl el ut Flied Against the Member*  «»f the (itrib* Committee.  DrrnoiT, Mich., June JO.- The Arm of Vinton it Co. have Ated a hill at nan plaint afaint members of the strike committee in the circuit court They ask that the court issue sn injunction restraining the strike committee from attempting to get any non union men to leave their employ or to harass ar intimidate them, and front congregating with other strikers ow urging strikers to congregate In the vicinity of their shop or any place where they may have wont In prest re**, and from In any way attempting to interfere with the business or employes of the Arm.  A Differ#*** of Opinion.  Judge Hosmer grant*-.! the injunction There Is considerable difference of opinion ae to what effect it can or will have. Tbs unions are not Incorporated and th* strike committee hi not considered Ut be a legal representative of tbs various unions. The object of the injunction la to reach the strikers through their representative*, but ss the commute* nm not legally their rep rwM-ntatives it is considered doubtful if th* Injunction will have any effect. J udge Hosmer indorsed a proviso on th* injure tim providing that the defendants should not bs restrained from peaceable arg ii me m to Induce any non union meu from unit tug with the strikers to demand the scale adopted, like in janet ion will therefor* simply restrain the committee from any violent or Illegal methods, such as fight lag cir intimidation, in attaining their ends  Murdered Hts Employer.  Denver, Colo., Jane ®.~L A Mel burn, a prominent (miring* manufacturer, was alw A Wednesday on Slxtrvnt h street bf a discharged bookkeeper, G. <*. McCartney Four shots took effect in the head and breast. Mel hum will Alo Th* mar darer bad been charged by Meiburn with embeialemeot and forgery, and bb trial was experted to com* up Thursday Md burn wa# one of the grand lory now In session, and was walking with the dis trick attorney when the shooting occurred McCartney waited at tbs mouth of an allay lot his victim, and after tbs tragedy surrendered himself he a citlsen.  min lorn  No Trouble Among the Squad* ron of Evolution.  TALK WITH COMMANDER CHADWICK.  A Bargain  Th* Oairers si th* Fleet Amused and Abs Isdlgssst st th* newspaper Report* <»f Disagreements Ass,mg Themselves—The V»rhtuwn Compelled te Fort Company with the Rest of the Fleet Owing to sn AeeldenL New Yoni. June 80 -Th# cruiser York-Iowa, which haa arrived at this port, ana I    (    VlljlF,  compelled to part company with the fa tnoua squadron of evolution, now on its    ____  way to the Brasil const, on account of an    lot    eoxiao.  Chick Walls) With Water in House  accident that occurred to IU starring gear  iw.o  8 „ P »- m i ld  Neighborhood, Handy to Alepot, at a Sacrifice.  MUST BE SOLD.  rome TOWN  when on th* passage from Boston to lisbon. T*ui|M»rary re;weirs were mad* which did fair service wail* in th* Medit*iran aaa. hut It was felt that tbs ship was not •quipped in this essentia! for a stormy Atlantic ana, and til* admiral therefore meow minded her detachment and return.  Had Kept Well Pasted.  Commodore Chadwick spent the day I aboard and rec. .red a few callers, wim went down the bay in smell boat*. II* said that all the officer* of the Yorktown | and other vessels of the squadron were delighted with the ship sud with the crams, which they consider to have been a success in every way. They had kept pretty well posted while abroad aa to home affaire, and had read with ©onside reb e amusement and some indignation, he said, the reports as to disagreeing nu atman! the Aset, disputes l*-t aren commanding off!  vt general dissatisfaction on the  Dorsey & Mann  310 Belle street.  cere, ann  flaming Original Pee beg* H ossea.  Dx* Moines, town, June IB.—Tha “searchers" Wednesday morning brgan  raiding the original package bootee on warrant* charging th* proprietors with owning and keeping liquor* and illegal •alea A number of place* were visited and all the Honor not to original packages waa anteed. Th* “eeai'rhere" then ordered th* proprietor* out, clewed aud locked the doors, and carried the keys away. It la understood that they only Intend molesting the dealers who break original pack  Clava Hi* Fellow Pi teasers Away.  Taylorville, BU.. Jan* an. Sheriff Michael took Chartae Rutherford, a harm thief, to th* penitentiary Tuesday, and while on the way Rutherford informed the sheriff that prfartnrre at Taylorville were about to make * break for liberty Michael telegraphed warning, and a good atavi bole was found aa wed thrush tit* floor of the jail, by means of which th* prisoners expected to make their serape. This ie th* second tim* within a month that a jail delivery baa hewn barely avoided  A Cal arsis Pts*—r‘» Awiwi Trims.  Denver. Colo, Jane JO -Aaron M. Jonas, aged » years, a pioneer of Color ado, and one of th* br** known men in this Mate, shut hi* wife through the left lung Wednesday, whit* th* family were sitting at th* breakfast table lie then threatened to kill hi- .laughter Ka*ma,but her pleadings caused him to iwwlts**, and without hsruatp K her be placed th* re vol vee to his besort, sad aho* himself dead Mn. Jones U not experted to survive  have been persistently current for several months.  Oat regrows Stories.  "Them etudes,** mid Gap*. Chadwick, "are funny in one way yon kook at them and la another way they are outrageous. They ore ac< absurd that we on th* fleet, who know the farts, rather laughed at them. but it S ' DU that toe folk - at home have been taking them seriously, end that's too bad. The fact that there Is sh •« tin Lely no good foundation for the stnrie* is sufficiently evidenced by the record of J court-mart ini* and desertion*. There have been only three general court martials since th* fleet sailed, ami the reverent punishment Inflicted has been aine months imprisonment. Where will you And eaLote a community -rf I,PRI or 1,*«> arolla that can show ss ped a tv cord) I never knew a crater on which court martials were rn few.  Practically tim Desertions.  “As for desertions, there bae been proc Heady non*. Of enure*, it ie inevitable that with en many men going ashore st so many ports a man shun d once In a whits drink loo mach and lose himself, or brr some other reason foil to get to the vessel before sailing time and so lie left lf hind. but tha whole El vet have lust only niue or ten men in this way That would be a ■malt has for a slngh* vessel ordinarily. Both officers and men liked the era ie* and thrae on the Yorktown were very eorrv to have to part with the fleet, even though it | brought them home sooner. It has bees, from start till now, what we rail, sailor fashion, a happy crate*, and ft is a sham* that the people at horns have been fooled by a lot of rubbish about trouble aboard rh* Are t •  ARE ACKNOWLEDGED TUT  Simplest, Most Lashing and Economical.  REMAINS  Unchanged through Years  PIR—r don't bp gulled Into trying ex im-r I un-n Lu I atm pa. liter JMMi now Iii UMI* in oar  city.  HITS & HAMILL  315 Belle Hi.  HOWELL  DF.ALEK IN  TROUBLE AT DAVENPORT  CARPETS, CURTAINS, CLOTHS, RUGS, Ac.  OIL  Our Prices  He* WI  th# Northwesters (rem at low ■•slaty mid lh# Peept*.  Da vex poky, Iowa. June JU There la trouble between the Northwestern Cremation society of this city end the people. The society was organ I red Ave years ego sod now has nearly SM) members Rome time ago th* city barad to It a portion of tha city cemetery aa a die for tha creme tory. The plans were drawn, contract let, and work on the excavation was begun. when violent opposition on th* part of tire people ta tha* part of the town developed it wa* supposed that the alt* •elected for the building wa* not occupied by graves, but aa the digging progressed bona* were diseoveeed and removed.  Two ll u ail tr.l I t<xl Ie. IM-.lur hr*.  Th* people have grown Indignant at what they consider tire sacrilege committed by the contractor aud bb men in violating these forgot tee sepulchers. Not only have the loom bone* been removed. ira; In one instance a protruding coffin was caf in two and one portion, with part of the inclined remains, removed People who have bern watching the work allege that over RD bulb* have thus been db turtled. Un petition of the people Judge Waterman, of lh* dbl riel court, has granted temporary injunction under a ruling which will undoubtedly make it permanent when th* znm is tried upon It* merit a  WILL BE FOUND  LOWER-Considering Qualities and Styles-  Than in any other bout© in Alton. In conteqaence of tha Ii KEAT EXTENT of our KALES we are enabled to do Butine** on a VERY CLOKE MARGIN sod ii to a recognised fact that we haudle by far  LARGER QUANTITIES OF GOODS  THAN ANV OTBXX KOCHI! IN TMK CTO.  I U  i  TU  I nm now receiving a large and varied stock of Clothe, in all the  prevailing shade*, for Spring Suite, which I ara prepared to make up ia thi  Most Faatiionablel Stvles,  GUARANTEEING  Mrwek by Light sing.  Jellico, Tenn, June IP —A heavy thunder storm premed over thl» section ut th* country. At WilUamaburg, Ky tha ■treats were flooded for en hour and a half Mis. Carl Brown, the wife of a prominent merchant (rf Williamsburg, accompanied by her two small boys, were os the river bank when the th ru. • ame upon thum They were struck by lightning, Mrs Brown and one boy wsr* Instantly killed Tbs (Afret boy was badly injured, and bb reaovery I* doubtful  Scandal (’••ar. • ttalctdc.  Lincoln, Neb., June SO.—br t ll. Buffos committed sukkb Wednesday by culf ting bb throat from ear to oar He waa an old resident sad a well known physician H# had lose three wives to the leat seven years under circ a ms* anew* which Mural much talk and it is believed ’his ■artou* y rfhcial bb rn iud.  Mn* tog Louisiana - . (spitet.  BaT<>k Rot oE. La., Jan* Rh -Tbs ways and mean* continuo-, hon, by * rata af V to ft, decided to report favorably os tbs proposed constitutional amendment to remove th* eepMai (rum thb toy lo N*w Or  mLDEBRAJVD  Ria-rttra vou - ^  Le) lag trews Uh- Law to Th*®, flak Se VILLE. CL, June JU-A tog af over I,WI soldier# frutn the Font* teen*'> congressional district met Tuesday lo tab* action to favor of th mvto pen Mon WIL Resolutions were pained con-; damning the Morrill bill end threatening defeat to any congressman that »upport-  A I ale rsa ta Rad Rwataasa.  Bolton, Jure th- <bergs Watson, a vs*eras of th# Mexican war, and Aft years -rf age. was am****! at EauI Mil on charged with fraudulently drawing th* penal ca* (rf four other veterans  A gal M.i (hr Telegraph ( »w|»sy.  HalttMoMK, M I . June JO - Judge Hood to th* United Stale* circuit court ha* togaed a decree for AVIV., HW lo favor of lire IL al ou tbfe Deceit and Trust comptoir against th* American Rapid Telegraph < urn pony of Baltimore. This was the Anal dc ire of foreclosure and sob under a mortgage for    given  by the Auu-riraa Rapid Telegraph company of Coli net (ii ut and auxiliary ooro pan tea form* I under the saute name to different st stoa, to the Boston Ref* De pub! end I rust compaa/ es trustee** to recur* tbs pa) rn*-at re bonds issued for the pu rf* re- of I tit proving, ho I developing tbs t. legraph agr stem belonging to the cunt panic*. _  A Perfect Fit,  Reasonable Rates and Complete  Satisfaction.  H. C. G. Moritz, 112 Third st.  Wemlnaled (sr Vow grass.  Fa YETT*, Mo., June AA. - He* Heard hee bren rerun'dusted for or by aoctomatiun by tbs Democrat* fltoth coeg ratofloaai district  Jobs ogres* cf th#  Dot el (tot Ills Itrtde.  Ciki i xx ATI, June ti—Th* morning pa.M-rs cor I ai nod tho announcement of th* rn tritone (rf EdwiuLovsii, rapt am-rf company F of lb trail Uiret re^tuient, to MW Mabri >fve * daug’ttar •/ Hie itch Iran blunder They were not to ret nab Whr:» 1/iv. li wmt to the boo** Of bis intended nil ii ub bort Bino I.* w aa refu-wd sdiot-wion end told ta* girl wa* not at howe Iniutedteivi) after M. »•* lo xvi Mi - house amt dM^ssuel, L»v«i| took ai*p. to se* ur* a man lain us to compd Ear parents to tmng tier into nwrt en ti * ground 'rf cruel!) in inaf> rt aonian th girl   

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