Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - June 18, 1890, Alton, Illinois
Marriage of Mary Anderson, the Actress. ^
ANTONIO NEVARRO THE LUCKY MAN.
Th* Ceremony Performed ti NI. Mary's Homan Ctthollr (Imre ti at lltmpitfd,
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< Stowell Mai l i. 4 to the t.truiaii Minuter to Mellen, Caul /.edwltt.
Lo*no*, .Tune IK—Mio* Mary Anderson atilt Mr. Antonio Navarro were married Ttuwday at 8t Mary’s Homan Catholic church at Hampatead. Mi** Anderson drove to the church in a carriage, th*
Dr. J. W. Enos’ Sanitarium,
DR. KNOB announces that he has enubliflhed in a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the
TREATMENT OF ALL CURABLE DISEASES.
BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL.
His experience during many years has convinced him that all diseases
can be managed more sncc< wilfully in an institution of this kind, under the
constant supervision of the physician and with the aid of means not other*
wiae at command, than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers at intervals of several hours or davs.
The position of the SANITARIUM is high, and the surronnding are free from all noxious influences. It is readily reached by the Second street horse oars, and is near the Union Depot.
The building is large, 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 feint; Oxygen and its compounds; Baths, Douches, Massage, Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided as may be required by pa* tienta, in addition to sue h other treatment aa may be deemed advisable.
A LARGE SOLARIUM
CAST AK Ilk. Hll< ta
window* and Mind* of which were com* pletely cloned The ceremony wa* of the Plaine*! possible description. Thee* wsa no choir present, the musk being rendered by an organ
Tbe Ween* la th* Chattel.
The chaja*! wa* a veritable flower garden. The three altar* were bd* of white rones entwined with imperial and white Utica. Above them towered ma*«iv«* palms, white the a nil* columna, and jren * were festooned with ersfyrreea* sud white flower*. The guests included the bride's two sisters, who arter a* brid un ald*; her mother and step father: her brother, Joseph Anderson, and hi* wife the daughter of I .ow re ii re Barrett, and the brother* of Mr. Navarro, who acted a* groom*men. At the conclusion of the ceremony the party returned to the cottage, when* a wedding breakfast wa* spread, at whkh the usual toasts aud congratulations wits* offered.
For Bun Baths and exercise in cold and inclement weather, etc., is provided.
Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enow, and receives his daily personal attention.
FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS.
For further information address Or. ENOS at the SANITARIA, corner of George and Third att., Alton, III.
NO OHO NOOSE OUI II
l.*na CaMwrll Married.
Washington I ITT, June Pi—The wedding of lama Caldwell, one of lh* rich and somewhat eccentric sisters whose large fortunes hare been coveted by the title* i gentry of Ro rope, aud the Baron von Zed wit*, (leman minister to Mexico, took place Tuesday morning in the chapel connected with the new ( acholic university which has been largely built by the munificent gifts of the (aldwell bisters. The event, though a notable one, has no! stirred society to its depth, for the young ladies have not been a port cd the social structure here. They have speut most of their adult years in Europe, and have few friends among society people in Washington.
Married Her Coweta Lionel.
Lindon, June IU—Victoria Saukville-West, daughter of Lord Seek Ville-West, late minister from Great Britain to the Unite*! State*, wa* Tuesday married to her couslu Lionel, who Is heir to the family colate of Hoven Oaks
A NOVEL BIBLE SOLD.
No oilier Un
ie iii All
Guarantees Goods or Money Refunded.
It Leaves Oat the Negative la ta* Seventh t urn man*! im eat.
Nkw You*, June IS.—The library of Prank Un ll. Finke was sold at auction Mouday. "Tilt* Wicked Bible," so-called ou account of the accidental omission of the negative in the seventh commandment, sold for leu. The works of ('hark* Dickens, mostly first edi (ions, in ninety-five volume*, sold for 111 a volume. A similar collection of ( Karli- Laver’S works* twenty-five volume*, sol I for IS 50 a volume A espy of "Th*- Book of Mormon," printed for Joseph Smith at Palmyra, in IStt. sob! for IHI NL The original manuscript af Thomas Carlyle’* “Hemlnio**-noes of My Irish Journey* Mild for ll aa. The original manuscript of oliver Wendel Holmes’ "Autocrat of the Break fad Table," though Incomplete, told for NII.
Th* CrrUM Are rn Hod I Att.
Loudon, June IH,-Tbe Turk comes in for any amount of denunciation for his a1* leged lil t rest meld of the Cretan*, but the weight of evidence goes to prove that, although the Christ tan Cretan I. regarded ae a martyr aud generally 14*1 ie v«**l to be must cruelly jMMsecuted by the Turks, who are In a very small minority, as a matter cd fact the Cretan Is really the aggressor in nine cases out often. Moreover ti,* Cretan Mussulman is no more a Turk than hi* Christian fellow countrymen Both ars Greeks, and the one is equally as in toierant, brutal, and mendacious as the other. _
as a Larger Assortment and Complete Stock
You owe a Duty to Yourself to Call
(EYKU ANI* ANON)
The Flower* Made Them Mirk.
Fomt lh IDG It, la, June IS. - All of tbs members of th** Methodist church choir in this city wer* seised by s sudden illness while singing during the m-rvic* sunday evening. They were caffled into the oj**t« air, where several were revived while the other* had bi br taken home, aud several of the afflicted UM were confined to their beds The church wa* lavishly de* orated with flower*, and it is thought thai their odor overpowered the Binger* All lh# symptom* of poisoning were exhibited.
Tout* a Terrible Me*sage.
St Ii.na* K, Mick, June is -Angus McLeod paid a friendly visit to Mr* Mary Ueilvmorv. and the woman’s husband rn-turned rather unexpectedly. Bellemom seised a large knife, intent OB killing the couple. Hts love for Hie woman finally
Eva! 1ml, and he ask***! has to hold Meal while he carved birn The woman
(till as ber en raged husband demanded, and itb^ri
rounds of a shock-
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McLeod was left with lug nature.
A ('tortenatl Tannery Heme*.
CIN* INN Iii Oho. June IS.-The ellen si vt* tana* .rf of the Cincinnati Oak leather company, on Dunlap »ir*et, wa# almost entirely destroyed by fir* Mon lay night. It teauafoeed that lightning Ignited the bark shed. The bark shed ie wholly destroyed aud (he other portion damaged The Ins* is estimated at PBI UUU with insurance of (bo,UU),
A Belgian Firm Outbids Them ne atrnet-ural I ron.
Purrs im? no, June lh—The ll) lei ii gene** that a Belgian Arui ha* offar.d to supply the structural iron for the new court house at Minneapolis DR per cent. cheaper thou it can be furnished by Pittsburg bes created a great stir among iron and steel manufacturers The mousy Involved will approximate IWD,OO), and the Importance of such a contract I* apparent K. M.
John Chalfant, and Sc Ca, all of whom are prominent in the trade, ex-[mw doubts as to the genuineness of the offer At the Belgian consulate, however, the off. r Is declared to have tieen mode la good faith, and the Belgian manufacturers are said to be ready to take the contracts, just a* they have similar work et Austin, and Houston, Tex. The opinion among the manufacturers here Is that if the Belgians can BH tho contract then the tariff nu structural iron kl too low.
GREAT 8TRIKE IN NEW YORK.
Th* Cloak Making I rad* Frantically al a blanda! til.
New Tong, June UL—Th* Mg strike of civak makers, tailors, finisher*, cutters, p ream*!** and operators Is on. pearly IO,mw men aud women went oo strike Tuesday morning and the cloak manufacturing trade is practically at a standstill. It was predicted that unless a satisfactory settlement could be reached bet ween the loeked-out cloak cutters and the manufacturer* the workmen in the other departments would quit work. They have notified their employers that they would not return to work until the difficulty with the cutters bad been adjusted.
The strikers have concluded to have nothing to do with the state board of arbitration and mediation. They allege they are strong enough to fight their own batties with*.ut any outside interference
A Disgrace ta th# Ut a I a.
HACttAJfKKTO, Cai, June Id.—In a letter to Attorney General Johnson, Governor Waterman calla attention to the frequent recurrence of prise light* within the state limits Ile declares that the state boa been disgraced by organisations given up to the degrading sud disgusting exhibition* or brute fores In alleged scientific eonleda aiel w hich an* nothing mote nor lees than prix*- tight*. The*** exhibitions, be say*, should be no lunger permitted and conclude* by req nest log the attorney general to inquire into the matter and to take such measure* as will prevent any more of these debasing exhibition*.
Wast* Damages (St o (kart*art.
Ma pinon, WM, June 1K-K. M Boyer. of Michigan, baa begun suit in the United States court against Price county, tide Mate, claiming IMS, OK* damages by reason of a charivari to whkh lie wa# subject**d at Phillips The county clerk of Price county, the chairman of the county board and other* united in disturbing him with discordant sounds, and also squirm*! water into his house through hoae owned by the eovnty.
Bd Smith Knucks Out III* Maw.
Bt WAID, N. Y., June lh -Rd Smith, of IKuveg, and Jsmea Daly, of Philadelphia, fought at the Arlington A lh Ie tk club Monday evening. Ktlralu waa present to chal tonga the winner The fight waa for a ti, HU* puree with two oun<« gloves. I hi I) wa* hammered all over the ring, knocked down five lime* to the fifth round and knocked out in the seventh.
Na ti-1 tied la HI* felt
IxiNOON, Jane IK—The German dentist, Arnement!, veka on Nor. Ik shot and dangerously wa Aal Judge Bristowe, of the Nottingham Banty court, and whom has since been inBtrison, Tugela/ committed suicide In his eel. Au adverse derision against Arm* in ann by Judge Bristows was the cause O' tbs shooting.
D!*U sew tab.-a Visitor* Cam I* a.
Loudon, June Ut—Mr. and Mrs Joseph Chamberlain will sail for America Saturday for an extended trip through the United Stales and Canada They will ba guests of the Endicott*, Mr* Chamber Iain’s family, al Boston, and of Lord Stanley, of Preston, the governor general of Canada.
A Dive et IOO Feel.
Cincinnati, June IK- Meredith Hisn h»y. the world's champion bridge jumper, made a successful dive from the soaper) *km bridge st I p. rn. Tuesday, a distance of ICO foot. He struck the water head first and after coming lo Die surface he climbed into tho boul wailing fur him and bol ped row ashore.
Adrift ta a Baloo*.
Atlanta, Ga, June IK—A balloon has been seen drifting about in this vicinity aine# Saturday. Borne memoranda which fell from it aud were picked up state that it is Protea*>r Walker’* balloon from Dayton, Ohio. The oceanauts had kwt their ballast and were adrift, suffering from cold.
Mew Owal Mil*auks*.
MlLWACKKK, WI#., June IK—The Fuller St Warren Move company cd Milwaukee baa flied article* of incorporation with a capital of PhD,(MO and w ill give employ meat to too to 1,000 mw The company also has a large plant at Troy, JI. Y.
Mew 4 ase* af Cholera la apala.
Ma pulp, Juui IM—The govern t naut has ordered that cordons of troop* he placed around all the diatrirta In the proc I ar • of Vatoneia which ara Infect**! with riiolera. lievrn sew rams* of the disease have occurred at Puebla de Hugat
A Failure aa the Hoard,
Cm ar aho, Juno ML—W C. Albertson, a broker oo tho Chica re *ir I of trade, ordered hie trades eh**-1 »■ it Tuesday, Ce-lag to the allege, i dlshimcet dr a1* of a truMted Jerk, Alberta#! hi said to be pfiMl.UIIO behind la hie t nu tea.
Th# Tram* BHL
Washington Cit?, Jane IK—Tbs Republican member* of the senate finance committee have completed the eoneidera-tion of the tariff W L If nothing use* peeled happen# it will be reported to the •enate Wednesday.
A Ho** of Ik* lfa.
I KUNIK' v June to — Burna Ferdinand de Kotheehtld ha* been prvatMitod by the queen with a buat of herself, the work of the sculptor, Bochiu
Custom House Official Lynched in Louisiana.
RE8ULT OF THE LOTTERY SQUABBLE
tienrga Na a) ae, a C«l*r*d Ks-Ntat* Sen*-tar Arrested far Distributing (irealar* Advising th* Megroe* ta Abstain from Voila*- A Mob Take* Him from tbs j Offeers of the lava and Man** Ulm to A Coaeealeat Tree.
NKW OuLKAXS, June IK—Grim mesa-arm have been taken to discourage Hie lottery rechartering project. From a tree in Root Feller aux parish Sunday night there dangled the body of George Swayer, a custom house officer and ex state senator, and a meeting of negroes, called together to Beton to arguments favoring the lottery, wa* without a leader Sway was a well educated negro, and bad been prominent aa a Republican jw.litician tor years. Tbs lottery bosses kerned an ad j drear, to the negroes of Last Feliciana, where an election for a senator wax (tending, the eta Mon distr UN betag composed of neat md Weal Feliciana parishes Aa Addr*** to tke Negroes,
The Degree* In West Fe (dana favor the lottery, but in Rant Feliciana it wa* sup- 1
HI hat the negroes would be influenced cir white neighbor*. To prevent this Swayer went through Last Feliciana, db- J til bu Ling the following circular among the negroes:
“An Addn*:.** to Goloickd People or 1 Fact Feliciana Pa man.—The eon tost of j the sroatoria election to lie held on Tuesday, June 17, to of no Interest to you. On I the contrary friend# of the lottery and anti lottery faction*, seem to he agreed only on one point, and that to to eliminate you j from the present issue Now aa this to strictly a factional fight amongst Demo-erst* we advt*** all colored people to abstain from voting thereby leaving the settlement to the Democrat* and affording ' th**m a chance to arrange their own differences. By order of the committee in * West Fe Kiana ”
The Lj aching of Sway**.
Swayer was a treat sd as a suspicious J arson, bat the officers were at once sur-ronndcd by a mob of white men, including many |»rotninenl real.lent*. The prie* j oner was wised and told to prepare for death. The offensive circular* were taken from hi* pocket and burned, Hwayxe shaking with apprehension as he saw in every move of hts captors evident** of their vengeful disposition. As the I (ti lid Ie of pap*-! < rum blad to ashes a rope tea* product*! sn I a noose thrown about the negro’s neck. The leader of the mob approached bim and asked if he remembered warnings against entering the jmrish that bad been given him Without waiting fur an answer the signal wa* given to a trio of men who atlas I w it h one end of the rope in their hand*. The raj ie wa* cist over a limb, then- was a tug and a g up of horror, and Hwayee hung ten feet above Ute ground writhing in the ago nice id strangulation. His legs had mg been pinioned, and his struggle* were vin lent, but long before lie was dead the last of hie executioner* had disappeared. au»|>et'trd of aa Old Murder.
The caution hwayee had failed to regnrd waa sent out by Rest Feliciana parish a week ago The people In meas meeting solemnly warned (he world by resolution that attempt* at bribery sud massing the itrgrue# against the whites would be followed tty the prompt and stern punish mettt of the perpetrator* A copy of the resolutions waa sent to John A. Morris by order ut the meeting, Morris lad ag the recognised leader of the lottery boomer*. It to claimed by those Implicated lu the, lynching that when hwayee lived in Went Feliciana fourteen years ago be sa* suspected of the murder of W. I). Winters, a prominent lawyer of that jiartoh, end two j other persons, and that he bas bosn a fugitive from Justice since. It to certain, however, thai he has not made any efforts to secrete hint self, for he has alway* been prom meat in politico, and since his term ta the state ae natl- hasbeen a1 nu at constantly In the federal service. Ile could have been art catel at any time had a eharge been made against him.
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with Water in House.
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MUST BE SOLD.
Dorsey & Mann
310 Belle street.
ARE ACKNOWLEDGED TOF
Simplest, Most Lasting and Economical.
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PITTS 4 HAMILL
315 Relic st.
CARPETS, CURTAINS, CLOTHS, RUGS, &c.
RECKONED WITHOUT THEIR H06T.
.ugh* (liven rn Thrashing Michigan Preacher.
Fuxt. Mich., June IK—"Bishop” Howard, a well known preacher of more than taal fame, was returning afoot from ramp mooting, when he wa* aet upon by two toughs who announced (bldr Intention of "doing” him then nod there. The "Blahop* has long been disliked amoug this claas of people because of bb fearless denunciation of thlr actious and he had no doubt that they intended to keep their word. They both rushed for the “Bishop," but bad rut hon cai without their hoot. The divine squared himself for ac Don and in lees time than It would have taken him to preach a aertnon he gave those twe fellows the worst thrashing Hwy ever got. aud went on his way a# if auth lug had ii sj.j wiled He had only a arratel! on his cheek from the fight. He saki a,.thing about it, but the rough* gave it away aud then the “Bishop" ad rn it ted It
WILL BK FOUND
LOWER-Considering Qualities and Styles'
Then in adv other house in Alton. In consequence of the* GREAT EXTENT of our SALES we are enabled lo do Busine#* on a VERY CLOSE MARGIN and ll it * recognised fact lhat we handle by far
LA RU EU QUANTITIES OF GOODS
THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE CITY.
I am bow receiving a large and varied stock of Cloth*, in all the prevailing ahadea, for Kpring Suit*, which I am prepared lo make up in the
Hwm*u|M»tkiet* Im ('*aveMtl«M>.
WAI UIMIA, Win, June IN—The opening «rw>iou of the liiotltuteof lluneojmthy
wa# called to order Munday evening by Hee re (ary iknlertm IHid ley, 14 Philadelphia, rn Im announced the arrtou*, if not fatal, ii I ne** of Pre-id. ut .Sawyer, of Moonie, Mick Dr J. I) Buck, of ('In. iatlatl, wa. elected to fill out th# unexpired term of Dr. riawyet. There were sh.ut WSO physician* tot attendance, a number of I',im tx .it,,' a dr* After the reading cd the annual odd re** by Dr. Huck the*** aion adjourned Gat ll Tuesday morning, which «i* d*v ut <*t to heat in 4 lite various report* of uotuiuiuce* (be convention will come tone eaeTkurn lay w itll e grand bait
A Perfect Fit, ;
Reasonable Rates and
Npyt.iiH I* Msv* Mee.i llruwseg.
DAV EXH kT. La., Jum- IK— ll ie unplowed that Frank, the ti year old aor) of Ivina* Ckojuey, of Ibm city, ha# lai n drowned in the MUaioeippt river. Ile went on «u errand with a hor-* aud wagon early Hun day morning aud did not return The v#ki> ie bo# bren found iu the n .rf with the dead hor*- atta md to it, and Ira La Iud ic rte I ha*. Ii bo/ Leaked into the water to week tke wagon.
k«H«B»l#*lr4 I* Confr###.
ZAK MVI LL*, Ohio, June It -James W. OwfD ha* keen renominated for eactfiefle by acclamation by tke Democratic dial Hat eottveoUw.
Hasid Hr Ch- a# at I wire (Me ama.
Topeka, Kan.. J nu# 1“ Gov lluia-phrey ha# offered. rn reward of Md tor the arrest of Jeff Mercer, who murdered hie wife at Kan*ta City, Friday, *-ecauae eh# objected to hi# cruel treatment.
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H. C. G. Moritz. 112 Third st.