Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - June 6, 1890, Alton, Illinois
ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH.
VOIA'M I- 21*.
ALTON, ILL., FHI DAY EVENING JENE (5. IWX).
MIT I BUILDING LEH
Bradshaw, Neb., Destroyed by a Cyclone.
LARGE NUMBER OF FATALITIES.
Dr. J. W. Enos' Sanitarium,
DR KNOB announce* that ho ti an established in a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM fur the
treatment of all curable dise ases
BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL.
Wnttdi-rtAt Ie volition Itrwught ti pan sn I natl.,>•'«-! lug nit ii I'roopr roil* 4 <• iii mu- '
nill- I lie lusting Nnmttr Dow n Upon th«> P#a#rfal VU I Agr Without a Nnmcnt't hot lr# amt linlriiyi I vi-r.i llnnu In Its Way—l.Ut of Tho#*1 SS ho LmI Their l.ifM.
Lseoul, Nib,, June A-Ttw little town of Bn'IhIimw, York county, about sixty milt** ii chi of thin city, which wan the pride of the fine agricultural comm unity in which it ut nod, ie now utterly obliterated from the earth. A terrible Bight greeted the eye* of thnee who visited the ruin*. Not a building was ut anding, and Minong the deliria the pc *jde groped about w ith blam bed faces looking for dear ones who had not been found. About ti o'clock at night a cyclone of unusual force struck tho town from the southwest with hardly j a moment's warning. The lint notice that th.- people hail of I ta coming was thi* roar of the whirlwind. In a very short time after it struck the town there was not a | single building left standing. In the extreme western part of the village a few houses are left with a semblance of their former npjiearntM*<\ but they arc without windows or door* and their content# were scattered broadcast over the prairie. Tho dt jsit budding was crushed into kindling-wood, and every cur .tangling there wa* wrecked excel* one that was loaded with stia k, ami which was blow n without leaving Hie track to York a distance of nine miles
A List of the Killed,
The dead arid Injured avie qui' kly found
Hi* experience during many years ha* convinced him that all disease can be managed more successfully in an institution of thi* kind, under the comitant aujmrvision of the physician and arith the aid of mean* not otherwise at command, than when the patient* are seen by their medical advisers at interval* of severe! hour* or dav*.
The iMjsition of the SANITARIUM i* high, and tile surrounding are fret from all noxious influences. It is readily reached by the Second street horw oars, and is near the Union Depot.
The building is large, and arrangement* are a* perfect ss is possible fron a knowledge of sanitary science and the requirement* of sui ii an institution.
Electricity in all its forms; Oxygen and it* compounds; Bath*, Douches, Massage, Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided as may be required by pa lieut*, in addition to such other treatment aa may be deemed advisable,
A LARGE KOLAR I UM
For Sun Baths and exercise in cold and Inclement weather, etc., is provided.
Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Know, anti re cai yes ho daily personal attention.
FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS.
For further informition address Dr. ENOS at tho SANITARIUMS, corrur of George and Third its., Alton, III.
bf the pimple and a eonri«*r wa* dispatched # (, at flung til York for j^v
WoH wan rn*tit lo the fctirrotimiiuu tm* tin ^||
ami in a short time i'm- Berlinon had special trains wit h physique* an I nurses
spelling to th* seem* of the wrack from thi* city, Aurora, Seward, ami York. Hjr the time they had reach** I the groun Is a niimVr of the dead ami dyiug had lwrti adlet ted aud the physician* began to si amine Into the ext* tit of th** injuries. The killed are: John Miller, child of J. Br*linsey: wife and child of Isos' Penner, living I In the country; child of Mr. Chapin; two j mein hers of Mr, Hhaw's family,* living in | the country; wife ami chih! of Mr. Minke and bis hired man.
•marching for Viet Int*.
The work has la-crt extended in search tog for retral!* to the surrounding court tr>, and southwest of Bradshaw tiv# mil**** it wa* found that the house of John Koutt had been directly in the center of the storm, mw! that of his family t wo chil Iren were killed in the immediate vicinity also th • house of a Hi.-Man family had I lieeii literally demolished ar.*! th* mother I and on* child were killed in the wreckage, i A large number of pc* fd * in th* vt* init*.
! of the storm belt are sr «rchiug yet, and other fatalities may Is* found. Along the track of the storm, that WMB a bali mil* in width, trees were upf-*ot(sd, fences leveled and crop* utterly ruined. Dea*l stock w «» found in many place#, showing that not h ! lug living lied a (hance for ascape from the fury of the elements. The length of I the storm wa* declare.I try many to la* half an hour, but it probably did not last over I ten minutes.
Teats for the Destitute.
At IO o’clock the moon was shining and took>nu down through a clear sky upon the dead aud the wounded, and the won fitful desolation thai hod loco brought upon an unsuspecting and prosperous community It I* tbougbt that lim®- _ _re .U,UI field, a small town southeast of York, was ■truck by Mm cyclone, as the wires are ail down and no in formation can be obtained , more than that it was moving in that 41-
GHALNCEY DEPEW HONORED.
A Iturd• .'*1 and Titty Chlltlren Call on tllia mot Present glowers.
CHK ok). June 6. -Chauncey M. Depew was given a rousing reception at the Auditorium by a party of children who are to pro luce “Cinderella" next week. The children to the number of about 150, under the leadership of Mrs. Rented Barnes, reached the Auditorium sbuut 10:90o’clock and marched up to parlor Kit. where Mr. Dc;>ew and his party were quartern! Ka* Ii child bore an enormous bom;net which was promptly bestowed upon Mr. Depew,
Made a Little speech.
From behind the mass of flower* Mr. Depew managed to make a little s|«eerh, which lie clewed as follows:
“Children, I would rather receive these flowers from you than the plaudit* and vote* of all the delegate# who will assemble In Bari to nominate a presidential candidate *
One of the children made a little speech in reply, ami after a few words of pleasant chat the little ones bade Mr. Depew and bis associates good by.
Vlaaated a Rebel Flag.
ASS Abhor, Mich., June A—It has Just
leaked out that on MemorMH Day a Ten ness*** female student at the university, aching to show her independence, threw e re tad flag to the bree se* from her room on ThompMin street. A number of young men, Just as anxious to show off, pulled the Asg down and tore it Into shreds. The little rebel caught the boys In the act and gave them a sound lecture. Hhe then picked up the fragment* of the flag and announced her purpose to embroider them 1 on a piece of ru b satin and to place this Inscription u|*on It: "Thi* flag was torn to pieces May JO, IWO, by northern student* at Ann Artior, Mich "
ItliMMljr Kaw Over a I»«g.
NKW York, June A—A special to The World from Ismlsvilks, Ky., says; Jim Yu re.* r anil Ed l’ace were killed ami Bob ! Stapleton wounded in low county, Vi In a fight ts*tween the sheriffs pow** and crowd of the Turner* from Harlan Th* Turner* had gone over to move lls Turner’* goods from where he living to a new home In Kentucky. On the way they sh *t rn dog belonging to John Carter. This resulted In a quarrel with Carter w ho, the next day, swore out war rsuts * gainst the Turners. AN ben the sheriff attempted to execute these war runts rite flgl t t<**k place. Stapleton was one of the sheriff's p*isae.
Question Up Houses of Congress.
A RESOLUTION BV MAJ, M’KINLEY.
Guarantees Goods or Money Refunded.
Has a Larger Assortment and Complete Stock
Tou owe a Duty to Yourself to Call
(EVICK ANI* ANON)
Invitee You All-
reel mn. Governor Thayer ha** went out I loo tent* In charge of Adjt Gen. Cole, with instruction* to call the York militia
I company Into service and render every a*
I wiwtnnce possible Relief ami aid will be forwarded by the Durlingt**n rood free cd
j charge. _____________________
Went « rosy While Preaching. Tt'scul.A, ills., June A—Alexander « IVntee*Mkt preacher of Hindu I boro, became violently crate) over religion ami was adjudged insane ami sent to th# asylum He had faoed (br ten days and ! utterly refused to take sustenance during that tittie Douglas is the third man scut I from tills county within the Iasi year thct was affected with this peculiar religion. Only a few nights ago Mr* Samuel D I Reb wart , of Philo, became biome while Htteodlnt; the IVntecmt meeting there and create-) much •geit .-im nt by hold tug l>«r : loris* slob *»d olferlng to mm* rifle* it to the ! !>>nl. __ _______ _____
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N Ain VILLX, Tenn , cline A-The Prohl
bit ion Alate convention met bere W educe* day, Mkt delegates hsteg present. Hesolo-tioiia were rohqrted denouncing th* I wo old parties for their friendship to the liquor I inure-*.", denouncing lh* United Stale# supreme cowri original package derision. favoring farming ami workingmen's <*r gsuicatioit*, Indorsing the Auattallan btl > lot system, ami opposing the right of suffrage to foreign cit isms who baw teen In thin country lese than tea year- Rev ll.
I C, Kelley, of the ML E, church south, was nominated for governor
Ret# tied rn Hhlpwreehr.l Ires.
New York. June A—Th# steamer Nae. eelier .jrrived bens front Kavanaah,
and among her jxo^eng**r» were the ciww
of the schooner L m ** lid kl, which was burned at sea on the ad laid in latitude SUK longitude TASI. Th* #ch "kiter s crew comprising thirteen mea and one woman, were rescued In an <H en 1“*** • ii,ii,- fn.m the burnut I vees I. The Bocal left New York «*o May A) f >r Jacksonville, FU., lambed with coal od am’, general met* Saudi«*. She register* I 417
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Neoopert by American Seiners. Halifax, V A, Jua#A-A sjueUI from Arietta! C. B., aa)*: “A Urge number of American seiner* ar# on Hie coast, lint there i- no sign of the government cruiser* yet. Thfy will make their appearance aft. , the seiner* have driven the mackerel out til the bay an I ruined the prospect of good spring Aahing. as limy hare done the lent two years." _
4 ann* to aa Agreement.
Wnr.RUXtt, w. Va, Jane ft. -The begot tattoo* whieh bove been going on for timpani two month* tart ween th# JBtna ami Standard roiling mill continues and the representative* of an English syndicate for the aah of the india, cairn) to an agreement na far as the .Etna is concerned Thi- price [mi I Ll f730,Oft), an I a forfeit of II9.UOO has liecn deposited. The argutation* for the Mn retard mill 'rill probably bt* completed Within a few days.
Aa lust Divorce <'ase,
Di nt q< e, Iowa, June A—-Petition ha* b en Ailed in the case of Mm Mary J, M«s»re va. Silas Moore, ber hn*d*a«d. She alb yea cruelty and prays for separate maintenance and alimony of gnu Mi. At tai havent# were granted and M<a»re's property attache.) bt serum the amount. Moored* Hie wealthiest man In Taylor township, this county, and is a leading politician. Ile was married to his present wife two year* ago
Must Boaor live Cattle.
Kassa?* CITY, Kan., June®.—Imperative orders have been received from Washington that all cattie brought into the Cherokee out bd since the president’s proclama lion of Feb. IT roust he removed at once. At teak I 5, GUO head of cattle will be driven from the et tIp by this ruling. Soldiers who ans author.sod to enforce this order Ponca, and the stampede w ill undoubtedly is*gin within the next twenty four bourn.
Law Wheal Average la Kansas.
Topeka. Ka#, June A—From the respondents of Secretary Molder, of th# elate agricultural department, it ie learned that dry weather in many coon tie* ha* cal down th# general average of wint r wheat to a point «*onsid«rahly lie low the condition a month ago The aver age yield per ro m will be a good deal below twenty two bushel*, which was last year's average. Th# oat crop will be vary light. __________________
It FrovlilM for the Immediate t'cmsld erat Ion of the Silver Mitt t nill S 41*4 lock Saturdsy, When the Previous qnrttlua Will rte Ordered The Day’* Praeeodlngs la the Kenate-Hlseoek Opposed ta Pre# Coinage.
WamiixuTux City, June. 6.—In the house Thursday morning McKinley, of Ohio, from the committee on rules, reported a resolution providing that the house shall proceetl immediately to consider the silver bill, and thattmtisiderntIon shall continue until 8 p. rn. Saturday, when the previous question shall la? considered a* ordered. The previous question wee ordered on the resolution, and a forty minutes’ di late was allowed Blount of Georgia had no objection to the limit set for de twite, but he was Informed it at the chairman of the committee nu 4*>ina*(4», weights ami measure* would be allowed lo offer all the a mend from ta which were admissible under tile rule* of the house, j When I lies# were offered, there would bg j no opportunity for the minority to ofTcr amendments, or would the minority have a chance to ask the house to vote on free coinage. Thi* proceeding Blount characterised as a wicked, shameful out rage on the minority. He thought there were many men tm the Republican attle who would vote for free oliver, but for fear of th* pn**i<letit, who was in accord with the secretary of the treasury, and both were in accord with Wall street. If the majority anti the president yielded to the money ituwer, the maaaea of the people would hereafter dictate and enforce legislation In their Interests.
Bland, of Missouri, said that every man who voted forth!*resolution, voted against free silver, anti those who had not inde-pettdence enough to stand up against gag rule were unfit representative*. C annon, of Illinois, said the rn I nor Mf could oCfer any amendment that th*-v could under the general rule*, bpnuger, of Illinois, said no amendment was to Ie tillered to tile bill, except such as might be sugg»M<*d by the chairman of the committee. Ile denounced the action as intended to prevent the representatives of the petrol* carrying out th* will of the people, william*, *4 Illinois, eat I the resolution we* Intended to j prevent a majority front legislating, He J appealed to roemlier* on the other side j who favored free coinage to stand by Use Interest** of their people McKinley said I that the resolution was intended to give the house an opportunity to pass some ail ver legislation whit h would he in perfect response to the general sentiment of the country. It was to give the bouet* an op- j port un tty to pas* a bill ’hat would take, all the silver bullion of the United Mate* and utilise it for monetary pnrnoaea. After mom discussion the resolution was adopted—yeas IAI, nays HT, Blount voted in thro (Annat ive and moved a reconsideration
Tike Marine Tabled.
The Republicans who voted In the negative were: Messrs Ander* >n of Kun sa*, Bar Ina, Connell, D haven, Feather stone, Funston, Kelly, Morrow, Herman and Townsend of Colorado. No Democrats voted in th# affirmative. The motion to reconsider was tabled—yeas, 184; nays, WK
Tbs senate. Immediately after routine business, took up tbs silver Mil, ami His o<vk took the floor, ll* believed that a majority of th* people were op;*j*ed to oiwnlug the mints of the United State* to the free coinage of th# world’s silver. He also believed that the national iou veil lions of both parties would repudiate such a proposition The people were opposed to It In the portion of the country with which he was conversant nine tenths of the agricultural population, and of the Intelligent mechanic* and wage workers, we rn opposed to the free coinage of the world’s silver by the I nlted Hi ates
Eight room Frame House, good Cellar, Cistern, Sink in Houso, Magnificent river view. Lot 50x120. For $1,250.
Splendid Building Lots on Fourth street, as follows,
60x120. $1200; 60x120, $1,000; 63x120, with rock foundation, included* $1,350.
Mainiiflccnt River View to each lot
TH# Ira# War hers* ('awventlan.
I’m SKI nu, June A—Wednesday* sea-aion of the Amalgamated association eon veution was occupied in discussing the st alt* for bolling iron. Th* bast* of this
rn alc for last year was 19.80, and upon the
proc for I* kl 11 rig defence tho scale «»f__
wage* in all departments It is md at this • government exhibit at th# world’* fair. time thought that there will be much, if
World'* Es lr t ,Ullin U*l«kin*r*.
WASHUM YUK ClYV, June A-Secretary Blaine has called a meeting of the world's fair cont rn begone re to tai held at the Grand Fact (Ic hotel, chicago, on the Ak h inst. for the purpkoe of organlKing by the appointment of officers, committee*, etc Tike secretary of stat* has dedgoatod Mr. He eel iou A. Brown, chief clerk of tit# department of state, as a tm tuber of tit# board of government official* from the executive department having* barge • if the
I,ma m I »• art tab Ic Vies »( It.
Ilogifox, June A—F. J Holland,
Hat' sri student who stole bicycles* books, „U font th# col loge buddings, I*** ‘**cn adjudged it)Nanc and went to aa Insane asylum.
any change from tbs 95.80 rats.
Heavy Damages ta Wleeoasta.
La ('nimmix, Win, June A—Heavy wind mid rain storm# have prevailed throughout this portion of the country daring the past twenty four hours, doing gnat damage Railway brMge* are w**bed out at many place* sud trains of the Chicago, • Mu elusion ami Northern and Milwaukee ponds are all delayed or atrondoned
Halt imam's latamsl la the H. aud (I.
Ha ti i dour, June A — Th# way# and m**ans committee of th* city Connell lias
decidtsd to roc* en in trod to th** city council ; that the **,<*■> #han-*of Bnltimotpe and Ohio stock now ownet by Hie idly of Baltimore he etdo. provided it be taken be* f,,rt> the 1st of July. No offer at less than l»tr will be considered
Stat# from Ills Amp to yr rn.
Wahkkk, Pa., June A—In court here. O.
I F. La Kinncar arrtwted for stealing money
from the IVnnsylvanU Ga* wrotpeuy while acting a* cashier, pleaded guilty sud was sentenced to the |wnltctitiary for five year* and nine moot hit, and to j»ay g! t*fc> tine
I and coft". The company lose* over $11,-
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Shipwright* an airth#.
LokuoX* June A—The shipwrights at Cowen, Isle of Wight, who were employroi in the various j o< la hmtding yard*, went on strike Thursday, The couatructbm of sc win! valuable ami important f aith* ha- bern *us|)end«d pending the result of
the etrikn. _ __________
Keels aa a Kaatpaga.
Mtt WAt EFF WI* , June A—A k-iieoial to The Keening Wb~ <>na!n front .fc*H *wano, WM . sa}*1 I.**•-» lad.ob", arm«*i with Winch’ ter rsfio*. on the Met. *mtne# reaorva lion, hak> driven the Iudinu agent off. Trouble is feared.
Thirty acre farm 2 1*2 miles southeast of Brighton, ail in cultivation. Four room framo-hous*, Cellar, Barn, ( og) Granary, Smoke-house* Well, Cistern. Will sell for less than $35 per acre.
Money to Loan.
Man SIO Mi street
ARE ACKNOWLEDGED THE
Simplest, Most Las ing and Economy!.
RE JA INS
Unchanged throug Years
1’ll‘UMI' diltl't tx’ Rtlllt’d Into try lug »*\|M*rlm«*ittnl lUtvc*. aa t its cr IWN) turn In uw In our
PUTS & HAMILL,
315 Belle tit.
A pita* agrapl**r paid sit Cot a J" rtrait.
Stanley *1.009 to
IM .•■Ulm tis! KiHBlMtlos*.
WAsntsuYuK CITY, June A—Th# prest dent has seut the follow ing nnminatums to the senate: peart mast#*re- New York—
Andrew D Baird. Bruoklya IVnnsylva ala D. L H. Nealy, Sewickley’, Christo pher Sheet*. Braddock. Maryland- W O Tuck, Annapolis Michigan N H. Kin ary, Saginaw Min tic William D. Haig, Minneapolis. I*, llaweo, Lu Verne.
r«rpursl Tea aer Making a Furtiisr.
SS AtUtlVOTON CITY, June 6 -Corporal Tanner say* be expects to make about IM),UUU this year from th< budnesa aa |a*n •ion attorney, aud hop* * to double that amount next year, end keep ap im re a* ing It until he makes, perhaps fM'.uB per annum, In filing claims for pensions.
Platform af Alabama Republicans.
MoXTooMEiiV, Ala., June A—Before adjourning the Republican state convento.u adopted a platform Indoreiug the ad tai') 1st ration of I»re*ldent Harrison sn.l dei Im rill 4 in favor of a protective tariff, An increase in th* coinage of silver is rot vacated, and th# “compound lard" bill tk>nouue«'d as sn injury to the producer of cotton seed A ia<kre IHvr.d system of •ducat iou la favored, and the passage cd a national election law requested
Racing at Epsom Dawns.
Lug DOK, June A—The rat** for the royal Hakea at Kpoom Downs w as won by Iddea-Leigh, Bcrt'fch Owl second, Jack O’Lautern thlr»l The rroe for the grand priw*, the event of the day. we# won by th# duke at Portland's Ut. teif, Ok.tattle second, lien thitA
"ts'eea rhllrtrea Killed.
Hr Pat I Minn , June A-A rpecial front H . ti x Fv.U A I) to The Dispat eh. say*, that during tgettn lightning btmck Cie Bits#man oclrool honrot, twelve miles southeast of FUndrrau, S. D., killing eixteen ohUdrvn.
CARPETS, CURTAINS, CLOTHS, RUGS, &c.
WILL BK FOUND
LO//£R--ConsiJering Qdaliiies and Styles-
Than in nnv oilier bouse in Alton. In consequence of lite
URE AT EXTENT of our RALES we in en»ldetl to An Btl si nent on a VERY CLOSH MARGIN and it i« a recognised fact that we bandle by far
LA HU KU QUANTITIES OF GOODS
TUAN ANY OTHER HOI SE IN THE CITY.
I am now receiving a large and varied atock of Cloth*, in all the prevailing shade*, for Spring Suit*, which I am prepared to make ap in thk
A Perfect Fit,
Reasonable Rates Complete
H.C.G. Moritz. 112 Third st.
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