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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 1, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON Dr. J. W. Enos’ Sanitarium ALTOIST, ILL. DR. ENOS announces that he hail eRtabltohed in a building purchased for th* purpose a SANITARIUM tor the TREATMENT OF ILL CURABLE DISEASES. BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL. His experience daring many year* has convinced him that all diseases eta be managed more successfully in an institution of this kind, under the constant supervision of the physician, and with the aid of means not otherwise at command, than when Ina patients are seen by their medical advisers at intervals of several hours or davs. The position of the SANITARIUM Ie high, and the surrounding are free from all noxious influences. It is readily reached by the Second street horse ears, and is near the Union Depot. He building is large, and arrangements are as perfect as is possible from I knowledge of sanitary science and the requirements of such an institution. Electricity in allite forms; Oxygen and its compounds; Baths, Douches, RsMSge, 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 ForSnn Baths and exercise in cold and inclement weather, etc., is provided. Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and receives his daily personal attention. INTow Ooen POR THE RECEPTION OP PATI ENTR. Fsr further informxtion addrtift Dr. ENOS at the SANITARIAN, corner of George and Third att., Alton, III. Latest in Beaded fraps aid Capes. Blad. Collar and Pawers. Latest and Correct Styles in Millinerv Novelties. Latest ii doll aid Ceil s Faidaipes Progress of the Investigation at Little Rock. MANY NEGRO WITNESSES TESTIFY. ALBO— Shoes Best and Cheapest AT THE GLOBE. ALTON, UjI* KoWrt T. Cat•' Tolls (Ko CoagroMtonal rotund!t*<- What Ho Knows of th* •tooling or the Mnllot-ltoi nu.I the Murder of Hi. 4 tat *nn How deputy NheriS lieut ley Trothed the A mam I na and Found ■ Krvolver. Little Roca, AML, Mag 1.-One hun dred and four colored witne#**-# from Howard township testified before the Clayton* Breckinridge committee Tuesday that they voted for John lf. Clayton for con-Krona in November, I Mf*. During the afternoon Oliver T. Bentley and Robert T. Pate were put on the eland and examined bm to whet t hey knew about tbs stealing of the ballot-box of that township. Pete ae ii he left the poll* before they cloeed and went to bk saloon, where We gat a drink, end from there went home to hi* supper. After hujijkt he went to Smith‘a drug store, and while there, Hobbe, (me of the election judge*, came in and told bow four arni^l men entered the polling-place and made the judge* and clerk** Hand with their face# to the wall while they carried away the ballot-box. New* of the Abacination. Pate swore that the night that Clayton wit* a**HM*iHated he wee in hie saloon, naming eeveral persons who were alto tiler# at the time with him. When told that Clayton had been killed he went unit to the houw* and remained there aliout an hour. The following day he nerved on the jury that held an inquest on the body. The inquest occupied about four hours. Ouly a few witnesses were examined, no Information l**ing obtained as to who committed the deed. Oliver T. Bentley, deputy sheriff of Conway county, was at home when a me**!-liger arrived and informed him of the death of Clayton. Bentley liven at Morrillton, about eight miles from Pl urn men’ills, where Clayton was assasa-Inated. Tracking the W'lnlrrt rt. .An noon aa he could secure a home he left for Pluminerville. arriving then-about 8 o'clock in the morning. He examine*! the premise* when- Clayton was killed, and sliout three feet from the window through which the shot was (Ired he discovered the I racks of two men. Both worn rublier overshoes. He followed the tracks a distance of atomt IOO yards, where they were obliterated by those of the crowd that congregated aliout the bonne during the night and that morning. He alae found a pistol, a new Smith ft Wesson,44 millier, No. iou, The deputy bail made diligent effort to find out to whom tha pistol belonged, but had failed to do so. Ttie < anteal re's Counsel. When the rounnel for the contestant commenced lo examine the wit new*** concerning th*- Itallot-box theft and (lie (lay ton uMuaasifiat ion Judge Mt Cain, counsel for the contestee, said he was present to represent Mr Breckinridge In the contest for his seat in congress aud not tm the other two bemas aud would not therefore enexamine any witness. Ha would not throw any obstacles in the way of the parties to the investigation in their efforts lo discover wh.. nude the ballot-box and to bunt dow n the murderer of Clayton. Mr. ftorkhridge -«id that no man in the coon try wa* more iuteretiod in Anding oat who stole the I mi I lot I loxes and who asMa**i nated Clayton than he was He deairvd that lh# fullest latitude should Im* given the investigation, and In forme* I bl* counsel that he desired them to represent him on these issue* as t he ot her. He wanted them to give Judge McClure, counsel for (-outset-ant, aggressive assistance in hunting down the hailot-box thieve* and the aa sand— of Clayton. Th# Krmmler Writ. New Yore, May I. — Tbs World quote* Judge Wallace aa saying: “The Refunder writ waa granted to Kemmler's Buffalo com.-••I cm application of a well known New York lawyer. It wm defer tits in that It did not hear Keratnler sign* lure nor the seal of th* coart, but tit# situ at ion wa* such an urgent one that I could not justify myself in stopping t .deliberate aver tech idcaltt Ina The man wa* liable to he executed at any moment. and having in my mind a doubt of the constitutionality of the law by which he win to meet bls doom I signed tbs paper." A Hlgamtat Nenteneed. BURL)MITO*. Iowa, May I.—William Belap, Burlington’* celebrated bigamist, wa* arraigned in court Tuesday. Three of bis wive* a pi wared against him and he wilted. Hi* sentence wn* one year in the penitentiary at Fort Madison, where he wa* taken He created a storm of laughter after me!\ ing hi* sentence by asking the judge lf going to the penitentiary would release him tirom all hi* wives. Ile heaved a troubled sigh when the judge a* cured hits in the negative. Ad*sn- eii the Fries af OH. FiXDUf, Ohio, May I.—The Standard Oil company ha* renamed the war which has been going *>n duce Mart I. I againnt th* Independent OU company by ail* tne-tbe prier of Ohio crude to 35 tent* a I Naris-! aU over the field The Independent compo.) a1 front intl—dlitely pooled the announcement that It woald p.* 3. * cent* a barrel. The productiou of this field la now about ati.ttw barrel* jew day, sud th# advance mean* a marked incrr.ue in rev*-one*    ...... I reed Ie striae ft.r jkllx rf *. Via vs %. May I—A ten page !4o* lallstlc pamphlet I*.iring ob it* cover a picture representing workingmen raising their aye* to the goddess of light, ha* apl**mi hem. It contains pfcrtuhs* of the leading men of Europe and cf the SorimUsl tosdrra Workmen Biti urged to strik. for llUrty on May flay The polios make constant ar lf tire* wherever the pamphlet* art offer*-d for -ah- Many arroet* bae# been made    . ........... prepared ta Sap pre** Kiel tag. p.>T-daw. May I.—Hail cartridge bas been supplied to the various detachments of troop* which have been concentrated In ain! Monad this city for the refraction (I l*i*aiUl« rioting Engines with their fires hanked, and long train* of car* are side- | track* I. really to convey rvinf w entente wherever required on the iti-t<ynt a all la male    _________________ a VV .lr IO»Ul *-fi*r. ft aim non mu, Ohio, May I.—Berry Ward JI years of age, wee shot sad in-etantly kiiie*t by hi* step**-a. aged ll rani**. Ward wa* beating bl* wife when the son iante to hi* mother** defectwith a shotgun Danhd Washington, the tidy, is under arrest. \ Some of the Men at the Union Stock Tarda Go Gat an Strike, Chicago, M if I t» ii. >■ vuVm in Pack! agt own began Wednesday by a strike ut the full force of machinist* and ga*fitter* in Armour’* packing bouse, The Rtrikers went in a body to other packing : houses to get men to loin them in the Strike, but they met with no t>secerns. They expect to their Ie I low-workmen at the other place# to join them soon. They de maud the eight-hour day aud a small in cran** in Wages. Will Submit to Arbitration. Chicago, May I.—At an informal con fen nee I *<t ween committee* of the strik ing carpenter* and the new Bo**e* aaaocia-ti aa, it wa* agreed to submit all point* (rf difference to an arbitration committee, and representatives of each organisation were immediately appointed to act. This arrangement, of course, dose not include tim Old Master Carpenters' canoeist I on, whose members still refuse to treat with the carpe:.ten* as a union, although having conceded th* eight-bour day and other important demands Withdrew from til* Knights of Labor. Bi UMI si.ii am. Ala., May L—■Girard as nembly, Knight* of Labor, of Powderly, Ala., on* of the largest asarin Id ie* in this state, have withdrawn from the order. They claim that the executive board of the Knight* of Bailor la corrupt and usee the moat dishonahle means to drive oat of th# order all honest worker* The withdrawal of this assembly baa carnied a Meeaation in labor circle* Tlmbermen ob a Strik*. Hancock, Mick., May I.—The timber-men and day laborers of the Atlantic cop per mine are on strike. They have bean I getting about #40 n month, and have do- mended ll 75 a day. Agent Stanton, who is in New York, baa notified Ute men that he will meet their demands, lait the men refuse to resume work until be return* A»*•*Had by Striker*. Bust*>jr, May I.—The Italian laborer* employed In place at the strikers at Squires' packing establishment, when on their way horn-, were savagely assaulted, It la presumed, by a gang *4 striker*. Many of them were severely injured. FATHER M'CANNA’S REMARK*. They Hee* Caa*«-d i'oasidt-rattle Ksclte-•Mf-at at ifallet. Joliet, Ilia., May I.-—The excitement produced by the atmault on the public school* by Father Met'anna has caused the [stator of St Mary’s church, Rev. Dean Mandan, to publicly utter bis protest against It. Father Mailman, tbs pastor, Father Dunn, of St. Paul'* church, and Father Foster, of the Church of the Sacred Heart, left '.be cli ii reb while Father Mc | Canna vs* preaching Father Mandan la rej><.rt.*<l in an interview in a local paper a* Maying: "I ow# It b> my people and the ritisen* at large to state positively that the sermon wa* In dire*-! opposition to my will and to my writ intent* I (Ski note*-rn give the sanction of my prraenoe, for after listening for a time to the attack I openly left the church. I regarded It a* altogether out of place, and would have taken occasion to correct the *penker at the time lf I thought it would not do more harm than good. I deeply regret the occurrence, aud My again it war* totally against my wilt." Father MangMn mid this wa* the only blot upon the stteoMB cd the mission l.< *p«-d Head l int flsia a Trait*. tton MUIA, 8. C., May I.—A remark able Imp was made from a moving train Sunday by Vinca Story, sn escaped coorie t, who had liven recaptured (ti Georgia and wa* being taken to the penitentiary - f*t«ry wa* in charge et a guard and had hi* band* toil together VI till* the train wa* J Mating through Edgefield county at the rat# of forty milles an hour t he prisoner wa* (aft alone for a moment He itnmedi ately sprang, head first, through an open window. TOie train wa* stopped a* em a* possible, and mn hark to the place where the terrible leap had toen made, but no trace of Story could be found. Mar* Ms'll Make It All Right. A LPX *A, Mich., May I.- Two weeks ago George Coe, treasurer at the school district, left here uatonribly on bual nee*. As he did not return, his bonk* were investigated, and it was found that a •'hurt age of about ti .(Mu existed. A telegram baa baru received from Con, who is in Denver. Ile My* hi* relative* will make good any hoses that bl* miamaaagement may have <cc<wuned. The relatives are amply able ami unquestionably willing to liquidate the indeldednees Mentored the Ticket Agent. Jasper, Ga, May I —Two negroes en tend the Georgia Ho ut bern and Florida station hem alout I o'clock and called for ; • tick*. While Mr Haley Prink, Ike night operator, acting aa ticket agent, was pnq ating the ticket, (me at the negnw* shot him, Bad then they rub et! the office and fled. One of th* negroes wa* captured at Maimer, and the other I* being hotly pursued. Jasper may witness a I) aching Two tears la s Tree**. Alpena, Mich , May I.- Tom years ago Margaret Kinney of this city was taken suddenly ill and ainee that ti ae- she ha* re mal nrti in at mine For weeks sh* will remain mo* Ionic**, natl sometimes she goes ten day* wiihou* food I’hyskiaa* nay that the .tirl • general health is good sad cannot account for th* remarkable sleep. The girl bn* not spoken a word since she wo* find Mirk bra. Aa Im port as I Fealties, Chicago, May I. -George Ii Harris, rice president of the Burlington and Northern, ha* been elected astond vice president of tim entire Burlington system in place of H Ii Stone, resigned Mr. Harris will aim assume the duties of general manager ta [(lace of K P Ripley, who re signed and ho* be* ii els* ted vie# prest-lent of the t’hkagu. Milwaukee and fit. Paul •ompauy    _ A Kirk strike la Mantas*. Gen st FAMA Mont., May I.—A die pat cli from Harker nay* that one of the richest strike* ever known in this camp has teen Blade in the May and Edna min* The night w orkmen bruke into a lea t of mild carbonate and galena They have gone in twenty feet aud are till! in on Th# hod I* m toittarkahhi that It I* be lie vc-1 it may ’.apres* the market value of silver    _ F (ret lot. Ft si-I* Is t lii.Sga. CKI* APU, May L- Four men are under arrest, and warrant* ar.- out for thirty-ffet more charged with illegal reg.-fratio* and voting in this city at th* Last election. The Vessel Destroyed and Three Lives Lost. THE PASSENGERS PANIC*STRICKEN. Ara imnI 'rom Their Meep hjr the Alarm of Fire ft Numher mf Them .lump Overboard —The I sptsln’* Coolness Frevenl* a Terrthto I.-*** el Life- Arrtttont Kurin* a Shaw Farads at Cl*, eland, Ohm— OL—r Mishap*. J ACX* in viLUt, Fla., May L—The HL B. Plant, a St. Johns rlvft steamer of the People’s line of the Plant system, wa* de strayed by fire early Tuesday morning In Beresford lake, a large sheet aliening out of tit. John* river, RIO mile* south <4 thin (ity,canting the lo** cd three live*--one dn k passenger, John Collius; one deck hand, and Albert Mallory, a waiter boy, all colored An alarm wa* first sounded at 4:3*. when the entire forward part of the toMnel Stored up The thief cook and deck hand* woke up the paseoimrm and all were in a horrible elate of lEght and alarm. Half drea*ed and nude passenger* juiujwd overboard an«l iu their fright he gan swimming awav from the landing Capt Hall, with rare presence of mind, had the lifeboat cast off, ami beld her betide the burning vt**#!, revolver in hand. He then called for women and children and put them In first, not letting a man approach Thee* wet* lauded and than all other* were rescued, all In nearly a nude state. Th# captain'a coolness saved the lives (4 all. A Thril ti ag £■ per tone*. J. T. Th weal t, of Columbus, On, one of the passenger*, who had bkt wife and two little boy* on board, bad quite a thrill log experience. He was asleep when the alarm wa* given Mid when he woke up th. cabin wa* full of smoke Before he had * ch amt- ti* Mare anything hr got hi* wife Mid chi Wien up on deck, and with on* life prawner between them he told them to jump into tim river, a* Ute dam.* ware de UMI Hug everything before them They did *.» and we#* nicked ap by the agent M Iherfont Landing, who rants to their re* cue In a tame The Thweatt family wen-very thinly clad, th# two IHI ie boy* having nothing on but their night gown* Mr* Thweatt wore a wrapper,while Sir Thweatt wa* in hi* night shirt A cr kl r*t Ka ring a Parade. (’LSVELAND, Ohio. May I,- While an Uncle Tom'■ Cabin troupe wa* parading on Parkman street, a horse ridden b> Charka Gordon, on# at th# company, took fright at an electric motor, hurled Gordon to the pavement, and then dashed into • crowd of wclioul vhililti u. knot king a nam brr of them down. In endeavoring to pro lect the children a young man wa* thrown to the pavement aud seriously hurt. dor don wn* taken up tUMNmncKMM and ie moved to th* hn»|dt*l with a tent We scalp j wound and severe coni orion* tin* of tie children was ae vend y injured and tw« j oilier* tautly hurt, whit* quit* a numhet received alight injuries Two Hop toro* neft. Heft en Net A PT, N. Y., May I.- Adol phoi Bobet ley and Frank Wells, taro boys, aged IT year* each, wwnr drowned In th# Mohawk In this city. They wen. return ing home from a fishing trip and in antu* manner the boat in which they wtrra •rated <anria*d < hie of tha boy* nearly reached the iharc lief ore he sac. limbed and went under. The other sank almost immediately. - Fatal AeeMeats. Negai'srs, Mich., May I,-* Rd ward Fug 11th. a Duluth, South Shore and AL Untie l>r*ki-ni*n. fell from the ear* hen Sod wa* killed Charles Jacobaen and an other Finn, who were handling timber at the (Juoeu in I na, fell down the shaft, a dis ta I to* at IOU fast They died a few hour# aftar the acc idea t Th# Maws* Fell aa Mio#. ST. Paul, Mian., May I.-—C. L. BU ttngsley a grade and contractor while excavating .iud#* a bouse preparatory to moving It. wa* killed bf the house tipping over and crushing him twite* I: the tim to r* lie Was 4T years old. He had foul children ___________________ MURDER IN A COURT ROOM. A Noted t rook Shot sad Instantly Killed kj HU wife. MICU PH I*. Trim , May I -Jake Acher man. known In nearly every city in the United State* a* a sneak thief and burglar, was shot and killed in the pollee court Wednesday morning by hi* wife I hi ring a quarrel between the couple, offkers from Omaha who were in pursuit of Ackerman for a burglary and silk robto-ry, arrest**! him The woman come into court to prose cute her husband for assault, bud the trial had hardly begun before she drew a pistol and shot three bullets through th* prisoner's hod) , killing him Instantly Odd Felktwa at Hurling!..... laws. Bt tatnotun, lawn, May I The city was crowded Tuesday with vititing Odd Fellows from Keokuk, Fort Mad-son, Galesburg, Mount Pleasant and other cit to* In honor of the presence of Grand j Sire Tieton*.sal, of the I. O. Ck P., and a1 so In iv'irbratina of the seven!y first an niter-ary of the ceder A reception wa* beld Iu the forenoon, and at 8 o'clock A' HJO uniformed Odd Fellows fell In hue in tj— panel# At the Grand Opera bouw Ma)or I (moan welcomed the grand tire and visitor* in a brief address, -eexuded by George J sin Ison on th* part of the Bur liagton odd Fellow*. A grand imnnuet wa* given at night In Odd Feltowr* hall t aw**.! by Ike auth National Hank, Nan Yoga, May I. The Honest awd hank at Fifty-third street and Tench avn- I bu.’ hoe sasp. adad. owing, it is stated to a f si bug • ti in deposit*. mony af th# ac counts having lorn withdrawn when th# Hixth N> tional, lct:ot Hill and Equitable ; lauiks wars In trouble The efHuera of th# bank *»> < hat aU creditor* will be paid In full awd that all bodps will be renamed ofter tic ri- has Iswu m Ncwgnniiatkm I’m lits. r Isdteted far Ukel. Kl* Vol,*. May I.—1Th# grand jury has found indictments for criminal libel against J a ph Pulitzer John A. f’ock •rill, Julius I 'Lambers and James F Urn-bain, of Th* World, for pttidishing state insists regarding ex-Judge Hilton. A Foliar# Is Greek rte*. Lawhi hi it, Main., May I —The grocery house of Davis Murphy A <’o , thvlsrgeti In tit* city, bn# assigned to ll. K. W eb*tar, of Lawranc* It i* expected that cradlton will 'at paid In fhR. FOR SALE. Eight room Frame House, good Cellar, Cistern, Sink in House. 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. Magnificent River View to each lot Thirty acre farm 2 1-2 miles southeast of Brighton, all in cultivation. Four room frame house, cellar, barn, log granary, smoke, house well, cistern. Will sell for less than $30 per acre. Monev to Loan. Dorsey k Mal, I Belle street Buckeye Lawn Mowers. To Housekeepers. Base Burners Stored Through the Summer M OII 11 IN. Pins & HAMILL, 315 Belle street. A. J. HOWELL DEALER IN CARPETS, CURTAINS, OIL CLOTHS, RUGS, Ac. Our Prices WILL BK FOORD LOWER-Considering Qualities and Styles- Than in anv other bouw in Alton. In CoDaequenog of til* GREAT EXTENT of our SALES we are enabled ta do Butine** on n VERY CLOSE MARGIN and It it a recognized fact that we handle by far LARGER QUANTITIES OF GOODS TUAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE CITY. rail suits. T"Y I bm now receiving a large and varied «toek of Cloth,, in all the prevailing atiadea, for Spring Suita, which I am prepared to make ap in tha Most Fashionable I Stvles, GUARANTEEING A Perfect Fit, Reasonable Rates Complete and Satisfaction. H.C.G. Moritz. 112 Third st. a w. JOBXS’ asbestos; PATKWTIP HOOFING riHii'Pnoor. i form <>f rod*!*!* Rooftcv m.Bthftimt t-y a* tor tto Thu la th* [affected form of fun** Iv Ronflt^ rimafecf ared to a* tm amt thirty y«w-, I- riat-i.4 for *•*os •».«por flat roof* in alU-iauM#*. la < *Mly applied t*y wutiiwi vwkiMo. •< a coat* ©aly atowl baff aaa •cub Bmmdts aa«i toaKadr- urwt iuljrm t * mali.  ___mach Mqui ami ilacrqxn- yruM inljrm t-y i N. W. JOH III MFB. CO- 240 It 242 Rukljl St., CHOP- Mew Verb, i»l»il**.l#l|*Hl«. l.oad*a, Hoi* IfMufartarrra of H. W. JOHfF I, O'I Paint*, AahMtaal Uato. I* heath ftaga, DaUdiaz F«-u, A-iw*uw nuoiu I’Mtiaga, ton tor I'ovwtago, etc, VUU AHI..IO# Mid I.Kl I) FIATO!-ROD FACHINI HINMt. CkHl FOR SALK BY W. H. WAYMAN, Carpenter and Builder, No. I*. First st., Alton, 111,    , ;