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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - June 25, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                fl Enos ffpf J1 Tr i S DAILY TELEOE WEDNESDAY JUNE Quadruple Execution at Mem NEGROES AND ONE ENOS announces that he has established in a building purchased for the purpose a SAOTTABIUM for the BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL His experience during has convinced him that all diseases can be managed more successfully in an institution of this under the constant supervision of the physician 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 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 from a knowledge of sanitary science and the requirements of such an Electricity in all its forms Oxygen audits compounds 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 Each patient is thoroughly examined by and receives hie daily personal THE EEOEFTION OF For further information address ENOS at the corner of George and Third tic Color and Ob JcoU to llulitg Ituiifrftd with tho CrlmiM fur the Jour Men Paid tho Last Itopo tloiio and He lle by Juno Kd Carr Hardio and Frank wore banged Tuesday tlie colored murderers dying together at and tho white man dropping olono at Ar rangementR had been mado to swing tho four but Brenish objected to being hanged with the and hlb dcnire to die alone was The exe cutions took place In tlio rear corridor of the and were witnesMcd by abjmt 150 including relatives and friends of the deputy sheriffs and mem bers of the The death warrants were road by theslierift at and ten minutes later the first procession started on its way to tho The three blacks walked up the steps with a firm tread and exhibited no signs of fear throughout the trying All con fessed their crimes and said they had mode their peace with The drop fell at and the necks of all three men were Stupefied with A delay of forty minutes and then supported by two deputy bait walked and half staggered up the steps on to the When asked if be had anything to say he attempted to speak but the wound in his throat pre vented him speaking above a and he soon gave it He was stupefied with whisky and exhibited no The drop fell at and two minutes later life was pronounced his neck bo ing brokeu by the All the men were the white killed his wife on the night of July and then cut his but physicians saved Parker Harris crime was identical with that of Ed Carr also killed his wife and Ballard murdered a street car conductor in a quarrel over the payment of RIFLED MAIL Over Stolen Between Council lilnflti and Juno over nine months past complaints have reached the chief of postoflico inspectors here of the loss of postal money while in transit between Council Bluffs and The total face value of mail matter lost is over The inspectors detailed on the case dis covered that nail pouches were stolen Wyandotte Junction where the mail mat ter on the Rock Island road is transferred to the Burlington road for early rnocning delivery in One pouch with 50 per of its contents rifled was found at the bottom of a containing nearly of checks and drafts was discovered in a vacant Six railroad employes at Wyandotte Junction were placed under Four of managed to slip Tho other Wilson Green and IX have been arrested and held for trial 810 WfliZi ON 1 OrUND A 1ntnt Railroad Ancldetlt Near Oope Juno An accident occurred ou the Grand Trunk railway about a mile west of Coptetown Monday caused by tho sproadirfg of the which resulted In the loss of one life and injury to four or five Just whore tho accident occurred a small bridge Is built which crosses a narrow All the cars passed over this bridge safely excepting tho sleepers and llie Bortunately there were few passengers in tho The two sleepers left tho track and plunged down a thirty foot both being The dlnlngcor bung over tho In the sleeper were McDonnell and wife of Hydo Tim Dead and McDonnell was crushed between tho scats and almost Instantly the body lining badly Mc Donnell received a scalp wound and con tusion of the She will The others injured are Conductor of the Wagner Car scalp wound Mrs of scalp wound and internal injuries of sprained A train with a stall of city physicians went out to the scene of tho accident shortl y after the and after the wounds of the Injured had been dressed they were brought to the Hamilton City All tho injured will The body of McDonnell will be taken to Port Hu his relatives for AN ALLEGED FAITH The Prayers of a Jesuit Said to Have Done the June remarkable faith cure was performed in James Roman Catholic churotthero Sunday night in the presence of a large For eight years Nellie now 22 years has been ill withhip and unable to walk without On Thursday Father a Jesuit priest from came here to hold a retreat for Ladies Sodality of Johns Miss Hennessey was among the forty who were to join Sunday She Dropped Her Outohosand Sim besought tho priest to pray for her that she might be For three days he prayed with the young lady and her Sunday night she hobbled to the altar to join tbe and when the priest put tho society medal about her neck she rose in of all and departed without her She left the church weeping for joy and is now apparently as well as The affair created much ex citement in the neighborhood and is the talk of the Great Strike of Railway ployes at Em STEERS STAMPEDE IN Announce A Great For Prices us at The Fatally Shot by a DES June keeper of a was shot and probably fatally injured by Frank the notorious Pierce had been through the restaurant a short time before in search but found Ho came the second time and asked to go but Chambers told him he could not do so unless ho had a Pierce failed to show a war but tried to force his way up the which Chambers sought Thereupon Pierce drew a revolver and tho bullet going clear through Chambers Pierce flrod another shot at a waiter without Killed the Jailer and Juno Wort a noted desperado confined in the county jail for killed tho Georgo by striking him over tho head with some sort of an edged He escaped in tbe The assault was mado as the jailer was hand ing a pail of water through an outside corridor The sheriff and a posse are scouring the country for Throats of lynching are aud if Wortmau is recaptured short work may be made of If Wortmim is armed ho will fight the LoulH Highwaymen June after 3 oclock in the morning throe men sig nalled to a street car at the corner of K oventh and Piua and the driver stopped the Two of the men struck the blow from render Ing him while tho third robbed him of about Tho driver yelled for and after a lively chase two of the highwaymen woro The Cotton Unit Train Juno trial of the cotton belt train robbers was re sumed Monday and Ratcllffe gave her Her evidence created groat and when she hud fin ished tho court remanded tho prisoners to jail without It not thought to keep thorn hero aud the three men were chained together and taken to tho jail at Kominler Mint Die by court of linn afllrmed tho original judg ment In the Kemmlur KomiiUer must bo executed by Warder Mortality Among June Tho intense boat prevailing Is causing great mortality among Out of fiftyone burial Usuod Monday thirtytwo were for largely due to iumuier com Two deaths are recorded due to aged and Carl Ad of Frank Collier Juno Chicago who ban boon hold at the Anyluan for the on a t tot wan by Judge Five of Them Make Things Lively lor a Couple of NEW June steers escaped from the stock yards at the foot of West Fortieth street Monday and for two hours umdo things lively on the west One was captured on Thirtysecond tween Eighth Ninth and a second was overcome and killed at the foot of West Twentyfourth Two oth ers passed down Eighth avenue and at Twentyfifth slreetono was killed by a po In front of tbe Hoffman house an officer of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals to stop the but was thrown down as was a small Tho steer was finally lassoed and led Tbe fifth steer got over to Fortysecond street and Sixth up set uu express and created great consternation among nurse girls and Tho Fight Against tho Whisky NEW June wholesale whisky dealers met again Monday to receive the report of tbe committee ap pointed recently to devise a plan of pro cedure against the whisky The re which was unanimously recommends that the trust be requested to abandon the rebate voucher BO that dealers can purchase spirits in the open If tbe request la the report recommends the formation of a cooperative distilling company with a capital of the shares to be taken by the wholesale liquor Prominent Wisconsin Man June one of the oldest and wealthiest residents of this died Monday morning from the effects of a fall received a few days Hu WHH the father of Charles tho Chicago tobacco and had large real estate Interests in Chi In the evening his Abner was killed by a train on the Chica Milwaukee and Paul railroad while crossing tbe track coming into tbe city on some matters relating to the for mers He was driving across the track IUit of tho city when he wad Judge Lawrcnaon WASHINGTON Juno Jumes tho oldest employe oj tho United States postal died Monday morning at bis residence in Bal Ho was 00 years of age at the tlmoof his For fifty seven without a he held a position in the postoflico longer period of it is than was over be fore rendered the government by one He was appointed during Jacksons ad Killed by a Tunic Juno Drake was klllwl and two other workmen nor iouiily injured by the explosion of a tank of ammonia in Holder Hons pork pack Ing this An artificial ice machine was being sot and tho tank was being tested when the accident Drakes head was blown The other men wore lacerated and Huury Holtler knocked down and slightly Jollut Htrlkors on Hie June About seventy five quarrymou in thoCrosueut Btoue com pany quarries and fifty in the quarries of tho Globe company struck and marched over to tho quarries of the Juliet Stone company and fotjod the men toqiilt The KhurliT and a poxw dlHporBotl them and urroaleU five of their The niun wunt a Juno baby sou of John of died of The cat sprang through tho window on to tho childs carrying live rabbit In 1U Tlia rabbit orliMi of dlitrimw THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL TIED 1he Trou111u OHiined by mi Obnoxious 811 pftfhitilrjftiit Whoso DlHottAifto the Striken Trillin and Freight niul Through 1uMenger Mixed In Ounfinlon tlr tho Hnlbvtty Thousand Men Quit June afternoon switchmen Und brake men In the employ of the Illinois quit owing to tho announced in Lfutlon of Snperlntendeut Bussoll to dis miss Trainmaster and his Irvlu Berry and Pushle heard of and going to head quarters learned that the story was They promptly The news xprcail rap dly through the yards mil hrousod the Mwitclinwi and train men H pitch of Indignation they Immediately decided to quit Super intendent Unwell bos repeatedly given it is by promoting his fa vorites over the heads of old and the men were all the more reijidy to strike ind remain Out until such time as Super intendent Hiissell should be front the Kervlfo of the SldeTruckud tlie Monday afternoon all suburban and Washington Park trains were allowed Id but Tuesdoy morning it won decided take radical mea A mooting of the strikers was held at an early hour in he downtown and the m n decided o stop the running of al trains except United Slitter HM fast as the rains came in werj ide the men ordered nn1 hey were not allowed to go out on tha south bound These ihe Illinois Cuutral downtown at of nb eight or tun luring the early morning mid van not long before the tmcitM were com p otely blocked suburban roight through and way pus enger trains being mixed in alnjfwt in extricable The last Illinois entral ouburban train arrived at street depot at about aud the men announced that would be the lust suburban train to come in or go out until the question us to Superintendent Hussells retention was decided one way or the Ultimatum ot the After issuing the order regarding the stoppage of all trains except those bear Ing tho United States the men beld a short at which It was de cided to as soon as upon the Illinois Central and lay this ultimatum before them Either Superin tendent must be or tho suburban and through traffic of the Illi nois Central will be tied It is be lieved that at this meeting some amicable arrangement will be as both tho men and the officials of the road are anx lous to avoid if An Immense Suburban The local interest in this strike centers In the fact that the immense suburban traffic of the Illinois Central for a time at and thousands of GUI cagoans who depenertlpon that road for transportation to and from their homes are seriously The Illinois Central suburban system is one of ihost extensive in the As far south as Pullman and KiuiinKtou on tbe one branch and Windsor Park and Chelten ham beach on the other live iiuu doing business iu who have no oilier convenient means of getting into the International Sunday School Convention June Sixth International Sunday school convention opened in uu informal manner at oxposl tion ball Monday The exorcises were mainly The convention opened for business at 9 oclock Tuesday Thirty minutes were spout in devotional At oclock the call for the convention was and the enrollment of delegates and appointment of committees Throe sessions will be hsld concluding Friday About delegates from all mrts uf the world will bo The City of 1arls June board of rode court of Inquiry that has been Inves tlie causes of the recent nceidont o tho Innuin lino steamer City of Paris concluded its labors and rendered its de flho court attributes tho casualty the wearing of the propeller t also decides that the safety of the ves selwasuof sacrificed to the desire to at ain high The court pronounces City of Paris to IMS one of tho finest ships in the mercantile Illinois June Illinois Ko publlcan State convention was clilled to order at noon Tuesday by Horace Clurk of Miitloon was chosen temporary Surprise wan occa sioned during tho morning by tho detent of Liong lor momiier of the state central committee for tho Sixth by Gooro of Jones ban served on the for twelve Thick Walls Large at a MtJSl ME with Water in 1 louse Ilaiuiy fo J 310 Belle THE BEST IN tfHE Antiiusting Tlie circulation of electricity through the wafer to destroy nlmol and vegetable to koeji the water awe it and i A Eery Article givoci to ouch an absolute tnmran toe ugulnst wore lunif ago ceased to bo an experiment eight years ol severe tost in all ciluiales lias tlmt It IB positively Articles In use six years are apparently as good us Fjr S by PIBS tinililuii Death of a KAN Juno President Monuuilni dLd auddenly Sunday night goon lor tho conclusion uf a During tho panic caused by tho presi dents Marcial and several other ollouru woro thu Curios the 1 tor uf the U now In All in quiet at pros bulllvun rinml Juuo A front taysi John Sullivan Tuowlay morning pleaded guilty to the indictment of prleu He was llnid which ho linmcdliitoly and WUK lio thon ho d a SOLE HOWELL DEALER IN WILL BE FOUND LOWERConsidering Qualities and Styles Tban in any other house in In consequence of the GREAT EXTENT of our SALES we are enabled to do Business on a VERY CLOSE MARGIN and it is a rec ognized fact that we handle by far LARtfER QUANTITIES OF GOOJftI THAN OTHER HOUSE IN THE I am now receiving a largo and varied stock of hi all tbe irevuiling for Spring which I ata prepared to make up ia GUARANTEEING asonabk Rates and Complete Satisfaotioa 112 Third ItoKk VOIIK Juno dirocton of tho Hock Inland and Pacific Hnilnml cutiipuiiy ileclarod rvgulai quarterly Uiviilond of 1 puyiitK 1 books COKO June ro llrunblyiiM July MiiporvUor lonelily Urooklyug Mi it llgurfu are rather 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