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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - June 30, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                tV ALTON DAILY VOLUME MONDAY JUNE Enos ENOS announces that he has established in a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the BOTH MEDICAL and His experience during many years has convinced him that all diseases can be manajed 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 of several hours or The position of the SANITARIUM is high and the surrounding are free frpm all noxious It is readily reached by the Second street horse and is near the Union The building is 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 addition to such other treatment as may be deemed A LARGE SOLARIUM For Bun Baths and exercise cold and inclement is Each patient is thoroughly examined by and receives hie daily personal FOB THE RECEPTION OF For further information ENOS at the corner of George and Third They Ply Their Nefarious Work in Crawford A MIN18TJSH SEVERELY And a Woman with Whom Ho Iltul Ilecn Living Given a Cont of Tor Feath A Ctmrcli Dlrrrtor Who Followed a Plorldn In Dunger of Lynulilng Duel with Juno special to Tho Evening ost from Now says Information IB received here tliat WhiteCapsof Crawford county entered the residence of Willis until re cently United Brethren minister near nud taking him and his paramour into the wooda near by baat him with switches until blood flowed from 100 wounds and he was Tho woman was tarred and feathered and both of them Strain came here from Cincinnati two years ago with the woman and they lived together as man and The husband held relig ious meetings in the school house near the countyline for a time and was highly re The couple quarreled frequently and thewoman divulged the fact that they were not FOLLOWED A BAD A Church Musical Director Strays from Virtues June example of Professor Walter the aged director of music at Lukes In running away from a wife of a few mouths was followed Friday by Professor William musical director at Phillips Like Dawsoa is an He is a youug man of decided musical and made so favor able an impression as to gain the hand of Miss a young lady of wealth and tiigh social Tho two were mar ried in In addition to his church po Dawson has been clerk in the local office of the Cosswoll Publishing and an examination of accounts shows shortage of several hundred dollara Announce Great For Prices us at The JL In Danger of NEW June Tho Tribunes special from says that ostmaster of White Spr Tamilton has been arrested and threatened His wife ias written to friends in Jacksonville mploriug Morrison had just eturned from a visit to Washington on matters appertaining to his arrest several by pretended detect ves whom 10 subsequently prosecuted in the United States This affair created a spirit f hatred and revenge toward and his life has been frequently threat A Duel with June News has jeen received here of a duel which took dace near Village Springs between two farmers named Posoy and The weapons used were Simmons was horribly cut and fell mortally Posey ROBBERY NOT THE A Mystery Surrounding the Attack on Docker and Her June Charles who was so brutally attacked still but in an unconscious His mother is improving and probably will She has insisted that one of the men was a colored who could give no account of mid who evidently had lain in the woods all night and was caught try ing to board a freight This colored man and the two tramps who were ar rested have been recommitted to jail to await a hearing the 7th of There is a universal belief that there must have been some other object than the robbery In this Decker was a man of lim ited means and no one living here would think of robbing He was one of the jurors who found Schwartz and Watt guilty of the murder of Nicholls and has always been a very inoffensive Recommitted to the Juno Miss Barbara who was sent to the state in sane asylum from Suuk City In with her sister Miss has been recommit ted after a jury It was claimed that she had been immurod as tho result of a but the investigation proved not only thai she was hut that her father and grandfather had suffered from derangement as Both she and her slater wore cnludated at the state wero lifelong school teachers and lost their after hear ing a socialistic lecture by the Sioux City IB Very June spe cial to The Tribune from Sioux says the intense hoat of the pasttwo days bos caused a largo consumption of water and Friday the city was brought face to face with a failure of the water In a large portlun of the city and in the higher buildings down town water could not be Insurance companies were preparing to cancel lllulnoi Iteolproolty WASHINGTON June At a recent meeting of the Secretary Blalnes reciprocity proposition was the subject of With the exception of Secretary the members agreed with tho views entertained by The it is did not offer any argument against the proposi Wyoming Almoit a WASHINGTON June Wyoming li almost In the By a party voto the bouse admission bill patwed the sen ate Friday with several whloh will be concurred the measure will then be nlgned by tho The hill IB expected to roach the White House by Trouble on tho Uitfttoioro and Juno The switch men employed In the Philadelphia of the Baltimore unit Ohio road have du maiidod an advance of Suporln teudoiii Smith says hu does not think company can Kraut thu t8 AT AihlrnM to at Uin Chautau qua Juno Army day of the Chautanqua aboctatlon has been a renowned KxPreaident Hayes and his party and It Algor arrived here on special trains jind were escorted by bands Of qld and citizens to where 000 people were assembled to rtcelve Governor Hninphroy wns unable to attend and exGovernor Anthony was selected as After patriotic songs and speeches Alger was Introduced and delivered speech which was received with frequent commander of tho Loyal Legion com nmndory of lntro1uced oxPresi dent He said There could be no politics In either tho or the Loyal hut there must be a full j measure of A flag should not only wuve on every school but on every and au old soldier should raise it In the morning and take it down at of the The distinguished visitors were dined at the hotel and returned to the An immense audience was gathered in and around the tabernacle heir ex President lie asked their atten tion to some facts relating to the obliga tion of our country to the men loud and sea who saved the country In the time of When the war ended more that twentyflvo yes the United States was plainly minor great obligations to a good many of Its There were hiauy difficult questions which tho people offer and statesmen were compelled to consider These obligations wort of two sources to the men who had risked money and property to aid the gov ernment those who hod risked life and happiness an all they possessed in behalf of the LONGSTREET FOR He Will Probably Nominated by the Keiuullcnnn of June for It is a phfase that bus been whispered quietly by Republicans for some It is settled that when the subcorn mitteo of the state Republican committee assembles in Atlanta July if a vote be taken for Republican nominee for it will be That a meeting of tho committee is called for tho purpose of putting out a stato and if it is decided to state conven tion tho names of tliu candidates for nomi nation will be talked over at the moctiiiK of the committee and virtually Uoturriiucd Opposed to tho At the last meeting of the Republican state executive committee in about two months several names were talked A groat doal of Interest centered in the name of Gun Ixmgstreet as Republican candidate for as it was doubtless thought thar he would stand a better chance than any other Georgia Republican to split the vote of the owing to the groat devotion for him so widely manifested by the old sol diers who fought under Long street has already expressed himself as decidedly opposed to having his name mentioned in this Those who know him well eutertain no idea that he would enter the race just The Noted Songster Becomes a Confirmed WHOLLY FASCINATED WITH nt Monte Carlo Unking In trtrge ol Her Onee Noted Woman flrrntly Changed in Ap Riittlda of n Kmiawnj of thoKiirl of Carnarvon Foreign JSOWH No Juno remnrable piece of history him ciinio through i letter from concerns our Christine Nils She has been stopping In Nice for some time and hot lirenonce here lias lnon one of tho attractions of the uji June Tho ocniusof Chattanooga and ap proximates an inoromw of 960 per since The awwvoral tbottMitd short of wlut thown by Mat 4 wtory NATIONAL LAW In the Upper and Lowe IIonaeH of WASHINGTON June th house Saturday morning Euloe of Ten nessce moved to correct tho journal so us to strike therefrom the titles of a ber of private pension bills passed by th house Friday Ho claimed that th bills passed before tho bouse went iut committee of tho whole and were no properly before tho The house refused to agree to his so the bills stand The house thei Into committee of the whole on th federal election Senate In the senate a message was roceivoi from the bouse asking a conference on the silver On motion of Merrill a con feronco was agreed and Sherman Jones of and were ap pointed con ferrous on the part of the sen Senate bills were passed for public buildings at Trying to Stop Uuto NEW Juno meeting of the truuk line presidents held Friday at tho associations Tho recent re duction In eastbound rates was It was agreed that rate cutting should be stopped and it wits to rnquest the Centra 1 Trafflco union of western agree upon a sched lilo rustoring the old which sched ule would probably be adopted by the trunk line Fair Vice Juno following named gentlemen have been elected vice presidents of the Columbian exposition of Connecticut De of California Davidson of Pennsylvania of New and of North Curo Shot by a June district agent of the Star Union Freight was shot by a who had gained entrance to his The ball punned through Smiths mouth and loilgud in his but thore is hope of his The To Siioeeod Editor Jumi U stated on good authority that Horace Suuddur will succeed Thomas liulloy Aldrich HS editor of Tho Bouddor is associated with the publishing house of Hough Mlfllln muMs a Hiiccenn ful novelist and onsaylnu A Victim of Juno Wjjoeler died from hydrophobia Friday Ha was liltuu by u dog some weeks other men lijueu by the mime dug uud will ba mint to ttiu Now York A Hhnrt Juno em ployed HH exlm men by thv Vulliy compuny tilruck Friday night for liKTfuu from W to kA cvntH pur but rfiuruud to work Satumuy iniirnliig at their old Hong Ivoug ml vices siato that theg er Pftoolilng wcut buroed ou the THI y M m i CIiniSTINB that onuses more nurprisa than anything yet heard is Ni son is a helpless worshiper at gambling Sh has become fiiviniited wit play and is drawn to the tables as if they were Tlie most of her time i spent in that fashionable gambling Monte She says the writer and loses at times largo sumi of A Greatly Changed However great they are she has no care but keeps at tho play indiltarent to every thing except the rolling gold on the table People used to say that the fair Christines one love was She exhibits the same tendency in her but is buoyei up with the hope of winning fabulous Tho letter further says that Nils son has undergone a remarkable change She ia showing age and begins to look A grayish pallor now over spreads her once beautiful As a songstress she will never appear in public It is rumored that the which came on about two years ago Is bo coming more OTHER FOREIGN The Condon June London Literals have espoused the cause tho police in their attempt to obtain recognition ol their and will endeavor to have the matter discussed in parliament with a view of putting au end to the uncertain state of affairs which now It is free ly asserted by the policu that Sir Edward Bradford Inis used all the influence ho possesses wilh IJonie Secretary to the end of inducing lhat uflicial to make no concessions to the and has represented himself UH being thoroughly capable of dealing with the situation in a way that will prevent any similar trouble in the Suicide of a Uunuvvuy June days ago a young bank clerk named eloped from Olcilmm with a young woman named to he had long been engaged to bo married but whoso parents opposed tliu The couple wont to Copenhagen where they took rooms nt a Their supply of money gave out and In despair of obtaining they com mltkd Ceded to Juno Berlin corre spondent at The Standard says that tho inland of oil the Zanzibar has been ceded to and that tho un derstanding beUvoeu Knglaud and Ger will bo submittedWithin a few days for tne approval of parliament and tho Wasnt a at Juuo Prus sian a minor namud Sprouger way laid a postman and shut him lie then opened tho In tho poutmans but found nothing of where shot himself and full doad by tho side of his Tliu Karl of llunmrvoii Juno is announced that sail of who has been ill for some U MUST BE i 310 Belle CHE BEST IN TttE WORLD Crvutud u June Laf of Throe prosidoU at thu dis tribution of prizes at the Ohlnt seminary and he cannot a Honsatlon address lug the lit warned thiiiu agaitut he revolutionary tuiniliings of Tilt liunch hi are no longer of thu niiinu of Christian Ilioy liave lost all their old tradi tions and UiiM aru only now found tu the uiujli JllH rjinurku wuro ro ouivud with Ueulli Juno Jamus Mil spwiUur of the Illinois houso of rapro died at Fri Millur had been ill for some bul he luft Chicago in much 1m Uovpd Juno and it was ox jtiutucl that liu would so far recover an to w iibln lo rolurn hoinu anil preside over liu huu u at tho Kp Mul suHslou at the autuiiibly to buuhi nuxt fur Id Attorney Juno commltteo lay Attuniuv tieuoral Millar the tti In tliu caso of thv enumeration dii mle lielwefiu Mlunrupolls and hern Hatunliy monilug en route to lluil thu who ban hewn Httvudlog the comwuncu uont u jluniiltux hero The circulation of electricity through the tends to purify to destroy animal ana vegetable to keep the water Every Article Bears a rthlch gives to each purchaser an guaran tee against This ware lone nio coasod bo an experiment olght years or severe tost In all climates has proven that It Is positively Articles In use six years are apparently as good as For 8 ilo PIUS SOLE HOWELL DEALER IN OIL WILL BE FOUND LOWERConsidering Qualities and Styles Than in any other house in In consequence of tha QBE AT EXTENT of our SALES we are enabled tqdo Business on a VERY CLOSE MARGIN and it is a rec ognized fact that we handle by far LAMER QUANTITIES OF THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE I am now receiving a large and varied stock of In all the irovuiling for Spring which I am prepared to make up in the GUAKANTEEING A Perfect Reasonable Bates and Complete   

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