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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - June 30, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 SSp8 j ^  ALTON DAILY  ■  I >* ‘ - -  a vt < *<,<  VOL U M E 20.  ALTON, I LL., MONDAY EVENING, JUNK JO, 1800.  WH    QO  ^ V.    Um'J  UlllMI'i  They Ply Their Nefarious Work In Crawford County.  A MINISTSH SEVERELY PUNISHED,  HA> tS AT OTTAWA, KAN.  Dr. J. W. Enos’ Sanitarium,  ALTON, ILL.  DR. ENOS announces that he has e*tabli*hed in a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the  TREATMENT OF ALL CORABt E DISEASES.  BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL.  His experience during many years has convinced him that all disease* can be managed more successfully in an institution of this kind, under th* constant supervision of the physician, and with the aid of means not otherwise at command, than when the patients are seen by their medical adviser* at intervals of several hours or davs.  The position of the SANITARIUM is high, and the surrounding are free from all noxious influences. It is readily reached by the Second street horn cars, and la near the Union Depot.  The building Is large, and arrangements are as porfect as is possible from a knowledge of sanitary’ science and the requirements of such aa 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 Hun Baths and exercise in cold and inclement weather, etc., is provided.  Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and receives hi* daily personal attention.  Now ODen  POR THE RECEPTION OK PATI ENTR.  For further information address Or. ENOS at the SANITARIA, corner of George and Third st*., Alton. III.  We Announce  A Great  For Prices  AJSTD  Particulars,  See us at  The Globe.  I  And • Woman with Whom Hr Had firm Living t.trro a ( oat of Tar and frat tiara A t hnrrh Wa.lr .I Hirer' >r Who Folio., .-ii a lit ii I i a mr lr \ Florida Postmaster in Danger of I.) Helling -Due! with Hatchets.  CINI IMN ATI, June HO.—A aprcifU to Th* Evening I’oat from New Albany, Ind., say*: Information la received brrr that hite-t'Hp- of Crawford county entered the re abience of Williw Strain, until re orally a Culled Brethren minister near I unveil wort Ii, aud taking him and his paramour Iud. the wood* near by Inuit him with switches until blond flowed from HW wound* and lie waa unconscious. The woman waa tarred and feathered and faith of them abandoned. Strain came here from Cincinnati two years ago with the woman and they Heed together aa man and wife. The husband beld religion* meeting* in th* achoo! house near the county fin* for a tim* and wa* highly re •pede»l. The couple quarreled frequently and the woman divulged the fact that they were not married.  FOLLOWED A BAD EXAMPLE.  A Churrh Musical Director Strays from Virtue's Path.  Atlanta, Ga., June no.—The example of Profeaaor Walter II. liaasell, the aged director of music at St. Like’* cathedral, in running away from a wife of a few month* was followed Friday by Profeaaor William Dawson, musical director at St. Phillip'* church. I,ike Hlisaell, Dawson la an Englishman. Ile is a young man of decided musical ability, and made so favorable an impression aa to gain the hand of Mis* Pierson, a young lady of wealth and high social standing. Th* two wet* married In April. In addition to his church position. Dawson ha* been clerk in th* local office of the Cc.>o»well Publish!Mg coin patly, and an examination of in - account* shows a shortage of several in mired dollars.  His A4drc« to Sol,ll, ■> at tile Chautauqua Association.  Ottawa, Ran., June 80.—Grand Anay day of the Chautauqua association baa been a renowned success. Ex President  Hayes and hi* party and Gen. K. A. Alger arrived bere on special trains aud were escorted by I winds of music, old soldiers, and dtisana to the tabernacle, where JQ,-000 people were assembled to nee!v* them. Governor Humphrey was unable to attend anil ex (Jonrwir Anthony wa* selected as chairman. After patriotic songs and speeches Gen. Alger was Introduced and dt-Iivtred a speech which wa* received with frequent ap|dau«e. flea. McCook, commander of tin* Isiyst Lorton command. i-y of Kaiwin, Introduced ex-Prmi dent I la> en. He said; “There could Ii* I no politics In cit lier the G. A K. or the Iota! legion, hut there must be a full measure of | ut Ho* ism. A flag should not only wave on every school house, but on ever) church, ami an old soldier should tales it la the morning aud take it down at night, 1 *  Obligations of the (nantry.  The distinguished visitors arere dined at the hotel and returned to the rendesvoua, An immense audience waa gathered in  and around the ta is-marls to he ir ex-Pmddi-ut Hayes. IL* askoi their attention to some facts relating to toe obligation of our eountry to the men on land arui sea who sn veil the country la the time of danger. When tile war ended more that tw-euty Ave yea ago, the United States w a* plainly ain r great obligations to a good many of its ciliium*. There were many difficult questions which the people offer and statesmen were compelled to consider them. These obligations were of two sources: Fir*!, to the men who had risked money and property to aid the government: second, those who had risked life and happiness an all they possessed iii is*half of the country.  MLN* MONOMANIA.  The Noted Songster Becomes a Confirmed Gambler.  WHOLLY FASCINATED WITH PLAY.  The Keepers at Monte Carlo H iking la Large Amount* al Her (Odd The I tare Mot rd Woman ({realty f hanged ta Appearance sad Suicide of a Runaway C'wn pie — Drat ti of the F.arl of (amar mn •—Other Foreign Newt hole*.  Stock Holm, June Sn.—A remarahia pier** of history has« mu' through a private letter from Niue. It concern* our world i.-nowlieu singer. Clar.aline Nilsson. HH* hie. been stopping in NTi« e for some ti ii lo and hct presence here bn* bren one of the attraction*, of Die place. Hut  A Bargain  ms ROOM BEI I HOU E  (Chirk Willis) l*»irK« CVI tar.  with Water in Iloune  LONGSTREET FOR GOVERNOR.  la Hanger of Lynching.  New Yore. June 8 4—The Tribune’s special from Jacksonville, Flo., says that Postmaster Morrison, of White .Hpr ngs, Hamilton county, ha* been arrested and is threatened with lynching. Ills wife has written to friends in Jacksonville imploring assMtance .Morrison had jn-t returned from a visit to Washington on matter* appertaining to bi* arrest several week* ago, by pretended detectives whom he aiilwefjuently prosecuted in the United States court. This affair created a spirit of hatred and revenge toward Morrison, and hit life has been frequently threatened.  A I Mu* I with Hatchet*.  BiKUiNunam, Ala., June HU.—News has been recd eel here of a duet which took place Hoar Village Spriug* between two farmers named pow*y aud Sim morns The weapons used were hatchets. Bimmons waa horribly cut and fell mortally wounded Posey escaped.  ROBBERY NOT THE MOTIVE.  A Mystery surrounding th** Attack mm M r*. I in ker knit Her Hon.  Moulds, ills., June WA—Charles Decker, who was so brutally attacked atilt lives, but lo an unconscious state. His mother is improving aud probably will survive. She has indited that one of the men waa a colored man. who could give no account of hinnwlf. aud who evidently had lain in the woods all night and was caught trying to board a freight train. This colored mao and tbs two tramp* who were arrested have I sam recommitted to jail to await rn bearing the 7th of July. There la a universal 1**1 ief that there must have been some other object than tbs robbery In this attack Decker was a man of limited means and no on* living here would think of robbing bim. He was coe of the jurors who found Hchwartx aud Watt guilty of the murder of Nicholls and baa alway* been a very inoffensive man.  He Will l*i . 'i iIii v be Nominated by the  He | inhtlean* at Dr erg I a.  Atlanta, Uh., June 34—“Long*! reel for governor.* It is a phrase that has  been whispered quietly by It publicans for a •mc time Ills settled tlmt when the sub-committee of the state lie publican committee assemblee In Atlanta July t, lf a vote la* taken for Republican nomine* for governor, it will be L mgstreet. That a meeting of the committee is calli d for the pur(mhc of puttinout a ••tate ticket, and if it Is decide I to hold a state convention the names of the candidates for nom! nation will be talked over at the meeting of the committee and virtual!) detenu it wd upon  Opposed to the scheme.  At Die last meeting of Ute Republican state < xecutiv* Committee iii Atlanta, about two months ago, several names were talked about A great deal of Interest centered in tbe name of Gen lain /street as Republican candidate for governor, as it was doubt leas thought thar he vt mild, stand a better chance than any other Georgia Republican to split the vote of j the people, owing to the great devotion for j him so widely manifested by the old sol-1 diers who fought under him. Gen. Ling-sir.-et has already expressed himself as decidedly opposed lo having his name mentioned in ibis connection. Those who know him well entertain no idea that he would enter the race just now.  LOT 60x120.  Iii Splendid Neighborhood, Untidy to Depot, ut a Sacrifice.  MUST BE SOLD.  i-sey & Mann  310 Belle street.  rpmsTiifC ammos.  (me thing ll it *nnse*« ni tre surf rn * tints any!hi tg ye* heir*.! is I Vt Nit *»** Is a l*eip!c»« w»»r.hi|sr at tis* g.miffing shrill*. She loc-become fa in * t I with play and Is drawn to (Lo table* as if they were maguetM. Tile most of lo r time is spent in that fashionable (rambling bdl. Monte Carlo. Site plays, say* the writer, J “feverishly, and ii mb* at times large sums I of money "  A Orcatfy (hanged Wows*.  However great they are she has no care, hut keeps al the play UidilT *retit to ever) thing except the rolling gold on the table  I’HK BEST IS THE WOULD.  Anti Busting Tinware.  The (‘imitation of electricity ti.rough the water  tend*to purify It, to <lc*ttroy microscopical, animal and vegetable lire, to keep th* water sweet and  wholesome.  Every Article Bears a Label  which give* to each |«urebuker an a solute guanin tee against rust   u   .    .    . .u .    «a .    .    Ttils    wore    lone    ago    ceased    to    tie an experiment,  l*eo| Ic used tossy that tile fair ( brist Inc a j eight jeers or severe test In ult climates ha* proven  th.it It Is positively VS l l IU STING.  Articles in use six year* are apparently a* good as new.  NATIONAL LAW MAKERS.  Recommitted tm tbe Asylum.  Mambos, WI* , June 84—Mias Barbara Trautmau, who waa sent to the state iu ■ane asylum from Sauk City in I trig, with her sister Mis* Hose, ha* issei! recommitted after a jury trial It wa* claimed that she had teen immured aa tbe result of a conspiracy, but th* investigation proved not only thai abe was rraxy, but that her brother, father aud grandfather hail suffered from derangement aa well. Both rite and ber sister arere ed misted at the state university, were life long m hoot teachers and lost their reason after hearing a socialistic lecture by Schilling, tbe agitator.  Proceeding* In tbe Upper and Lower Houses of Congress.  WAMIMIDE ( ITT, June 80.—In the house Sa unlay morning Kula* of Ten* urests' moved Lo correct tbe journal ai as to strike therefrom the titles of a nom lier of private (tension Nila passed by the house Friday night. Ha claimed that th* billa passed K fun- tho house went into cotniiiit tee of the whole and frere not properly before the house. The house, however refused to agree to hie motion, to the billa aland passel. The house then went into committee of the oriole on the federal election bill.  Neuate Doings.  In the acuate a message waa received from th** bouse aahing a conference on the ■liver Mil. tin motion cd Morrill a con fenmc* wa* agreed to, and Sherman, June* of Nevada, and Harriet were appointed conferree* on the part of the senate. Senate bill* were passed for public buildings at Muskegon, Mich., ITA,OU), Madison, Ind.. |7o,0UL Allentown, Pa., I mu, duo.  Trying Ie Stop lists Cutting.  NKW YoltK, June Ai —A meeting of tbe trunk line presidents was' held Friday at the association's offices. The recent reduction in east-bound rates was discussed. It wa* agreed that rate cutting should be stopped and it was resolved to request the Centra I Traffics association—a union of western nilnads -to agree ujion a ached ult* restoring tbe old rates, which schedule would probably be adopted by the trunk Hue president*.  one love waa gold. She exhibit* the same tendency in her gamldlug, but la buoyed up with tbe hope of winning fabulous sums The letter further any* that Nilsson has undergone a remarkable change. Rhe la showing age and liegtna to look emaciated. A grayish pallor now overspread* her once beautiful face As a songstress site will never appear in public again, it is rumored that the deafness which came on about two years ago is Incoming more severe.  OTHER FOREIGN GOSSIP.  aiuus City Is Very Dry.  MlKSKAFoLia, Minn., June .11A •pieta! to The Tribune from Sioux City, la., says th* intense heat of the past two days ha* caused a large consumpt ion of water and Friday the city was brought face to face with a failure of the water system. In a large port) >n cd the city and in the > higher building' down Intra water could not lie had. Insurance companies were preparing to cancel policies.  World's Fair Vice Presidents,  CHU v tv IIH, Juneau.—Tile following named gentil men have been vie* ted vice president* of Ute Columbian exposition. T. M. Weller, of Con nee! taut; M. II De Young, of California; David son K. Penn, of Pennsylvania; fi W Allen, cf New York, and A. T Andrews, of North Caro linn.  Hiatus's Reciprocity Proposition.  Wa sh I KOTOV CiTT, June 84—At a recent meeting of tbe cabinet, Secretary Blaine's reciprocity pp>|*»-Ilion waa the subject of discussion. With the exception of Secretary Window, the meinlwTfc agreed with the views entertained by Mr. Blaine The president, it la nndcrsto*d, did md offer any argument against the proposition.      __  shul by a Burglar.  Ql I NCT, Ilia., June 84 —IS. D. Mu uh. district agent of the Mar Union Freight line, wa* shot by a burglar who had  gained entrance to his house. The bail passed through Mr Smith's mouth aud lodged in bi* ms h, but there is hope of hi* recovery. The burglar escaped.  Hyeentag Almost a State.  Wash I votov CiTT, June SU. —Wyoming I* almost in th* Union By a party vote tbe bouse admi mo ton bill parsed t he senate Friday with several amendment*, which will don bile*' he concurred in, and the measure will meg be signed by the president. Th* bill is expected to reach the White House by I'new! ay    .  Ta g erased LA I lur Atdrteh.  IN WTI IV, June 8U—ll is stated on fund authority that Mr Horace K. Mudder will succeed Mr Thomas Bailey Aldrich a* editor of Tbe Atlantic. Mr rv udder hi associated with th* publishing house of Houghton, Miffiiu Ut Ca, *u<Hs a successful novelist sud essayist.  Trouble tm the Halt! more awa Ohio.  PHILADELPHIA, Junt* an The switch men employed in Die Philadelphia yards of the Baltimore and till rn road have de mended au advance of wage*. Heperia-t nude ut Htitith says lie dot nor thiuk th# eoai-any can grant tho de. mini  A Vici Du Mf ll J.lr.) (ill nills.  Blit vs*mc, Me, June Ai—John C. Wheeler died from hydrophobia Friday night, He aaa bitten by a dog some week* ago. Two ot her mea were Nu en  The London Pollee.  ISIK I* iv, J nne Ho -The london Die rain have espoused the re nm of the police in their attempt to o! 'ain recognition of their demands, and w ill emieavor to have the matter discussed in (Mrltainent with a view of putting an end to the uncertain state of affairs which now exist A It la free iy asserted by the |* Met* that Sir Edward Bradford ha used all (iv influence he poaemun with Home Secretary .Matthews. to tbe end of iud in mg that official to make no concession- to the ort**, and has represented himself a* luring thoroughly callable of dealing with the *Hnation in a way that will prevent any similar trouble in th* future.  For S ilo  pins k  SOLL AGENTS.  A. J. HOWELL  DK A LICK IN  Suicide ut rn Runaway sample.  LovtiuV, June IO. Several days ago a young honk clerk named flaaaelbrink, eloped from Oldham with a young woman USIH cd hut ake, to whom he bad long been engaged to be mar riel but whore parents op|KM*ed lite match. 'I lie couple went t. Copenhagen win re they took rooms at a hotel. Their supply of mouey gave out and iu de*palrof oblainlug more tliey com-mitted suicide.  reded ta (amu any.  IdivuiV, June Al. - Tim Berlin cor re spoadent of The Standard says that the inland of Mafia, off the /.an r. I bar coast, has been ceded to Germany, sud Hist the lin den* anding between England and Germany will be submitted within a few day* for toe approval of par I. ame ti I and tbe reichstag.  VV san‘I a aueesMss at Robbery.  Lomiov, June 84—At Atkmenitx, Pru* aiait Nit* «is a miner named Sprenger waylaid a paim is and abut bim dead. II* then opetw-l the letters in th* post mon * (tag, but found nothing of value, w tie re-up.in he shot himself aud fell dead by the side of his victim.  CARPETS, CURTAINS, CLOTHS, RUGS, &c.  OIL  Our Prices  WILL HE FOUND  LOWER-Considering Qualities and Styles-  Than in any other boule in Alton- In consequence of the GREAT EXTENT of our SALES we are enabled to do Huaineea on a VERY CLUSE MARGIN and it ia a rec*  ognixed fact that we handle by far  LAUGER QUANTITIES OF GOODS  THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE CITY.  SPRIK! SLITS.  Th* F.arl af t art'artan Dead.  LhVlsiv, Jug* 84—It i* announced that the rail of <'arearvon, who baa been ill for bo me time, la dead  I ain now I prevailing ahath's.  receiving a large and varied atock of Cloth*, in ail tbe for Spring Suite, which I am prepared to make up in the  Most  Crested a Ni'ii.dlus, Montkkal, June .'ai. —Archbishop I-af lee he., of Three IM Vera, preside I at the dis tri button of prix* - at the OM at seminary and he canned a wtiMtlim when, addressing th* gra-iu lie*, tie warm d them against the revolutionary tea* tongs of France * I'br Pre neb (wop!.*,* he said, “ar* no longer worthy of tile name of Chrteiuui Fraiu e. Th*-y have lost ait their old trad! lion* aud tic»s«* are only now* found in the French Canadian ’* His r an ark* were re cetved with disapproval.  Fashionable  Styles,  GUARANTEEING  A  Perfect Fit.  Reasonable Rates Complete  and  Satisfaction.  Death et Speaker Miller.  Ugli v.o, June 84— lion. James A. .Mil bv. speaker of the Illinois bouse of represent*! Ive*, died at Manitou, Colo., Friday. Mr. Miller bad been iii for some tune, but be left Chicago in much improved health, June IV, and it waa ex  H.C.G. Moritz. 112 Third st.  by the slime dog aud v.iil la- sent to the > pwte-i that he would so far recover a* to  Pasteur institute in New York  « Kaitaii<><>K i s Copulation.  CvaTTAXOQOA. Ti tin . June 80.—Th* census of Chef tan taiga and eu burial ap-pre* im ate* ii,UUU, an increase of 880 per cent. ainu* I two The figure* ar* several thousand aholt of what is shows by a re cent director/ ocean*  A -hart Slrtk's  CMK too, J nut- 84—The stevedore* employed ss extra men lijr the I -chi* h Valley Trsi-'t* *rtat ion < oatpatiy *t ruck Fruity night for un-r-'u-e from VU to Ti cent* per hour, but returned to work rial unlay morning at their old wages  Im ebb' lo return borne aud preside over Ute hou «* at the **p 'tai session of the gen* rat aw miffy to Ii i.«ld mixt mouth.  Hang tCoog ndvitv* state that the cr Punching was burned on the Ta rive.' May VA ut’ cr captain, second glacer an . . .* ttaave sailors lost.  Looking ter lit * Attorn) > UesieraL  Vt.t v. N. Y , Jut »* ‘so — The committee to lay before Attorn! t General Miller tbe fact* in (-ie case of the enuin»*r*tion dispute iwtweJn Minto*!*polis and Bt. Paul, reached here Ret*ird.>y morning en rout* to Clmiou, lo find ti; i attorney general, who ba* teen *t»e*i(H»*g the commence luent of iiom Uou foti.-ge. i'hay left bere at I p. in,   

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