Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 16, 1890, Alton, Illinois
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BOTH MEDICAL and SUEGICAL.
HI* experience daring many years has convinced him that all disease* flan be managed more successfully in an institution of this kind, under the
•Mutant supervision of the physician and with the ald of means not other-rn the patients are seen by their medical advisers
wise at command, titan when At intervals of several hours or dave.
The position of the HANITARIUM is high, and the surrounding are free from all noxious influences. It Is readily reached by the Second street horse flan, 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 suoh an institution.
Electricity In all its forms; Oxygen and its compounds; Baths, Douches, Ems age, Inhalation, Nursing, eto., ars provided as may be required by patients, in addition to suoh other treatment as may be deemed advisable.
A LARGE SOLARIUM
For Bun Baths aud exorcise ir cold and inclement weather, etc., Is provided.
Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and receives his daily personal attention.
FOB THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS.
Ftr further information addrest Or. ENIS at the SANITARIA, corner of George and Third its., Alton, III.
Latest ii Dress Goods.
Latest ta Beau fraps aal Capes.
Latest ii tiller Shawls.
Black. Collar aal Fan
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LiIOIS, IJLLi., FRIDikK J!- v Eft UNA*, Max IS* 189$.
Great Corporation Nearly Ready for Business.
THE OBJECT OF THE INSTITUTION.
Dr. J. W. Enos’ Sanitarium,
DB. ENOS announces that he has established in a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the
TREATMENT OF ALL CDRABLE DISEASES.
- Latest and Correct Styles in
Latest i CMP aal Belt s Fameless
Shoes Best and Cheapest
A Comparatively N»» Held of Operatic*# To ll* Opened I’p Til* Special l*rH Mf ne* (Jranted by the Charier— Failure of a Krw Vwk Rurkot Whop— A l)«< Ullin ef Intercut to lo«lh lltkeU rufwiim - Business Noir*.
New You*, May 14—Th* Universal As-socixtion HiUik and Tri:it company will tojdn its op*-nu ions In this city before the Slimmer ends Officers lines been sleeted, capital nu bier I bed, aud applii ut tons f«»r the indorsement of uot teas than f toil,(MW,-(Mf) in 1h»ik1h have already come up for consideration. To avoid the notoriety Incident to obtaining a new chart-r in this •dab- tlw organisers went to Kentucky, where they applied to the legislature foi the laconic ration of the “American Hank, Trust, and Guarantee company.* It was ■perilled by tlx-charter that the directors ■hould hart power to change the name at their pleasure, and one of the first official act* wa* to take advantage (if th!* privilege.
Am Extraordinary Charter.
The capital stock of tbs American company hi fixed at •NUWO In cash, but the clause wa* blurted that the )*«rd of director* should have the power to In crease this capital from time to time and to such an extent as they might deem best for the interest* of the company, This charter Lh maid by nome of the grot lenten Interested to lie the only one of its kind fit the I'nitod States and to be extraordinary in the Hpeoial privilege* it grants. It pro vide* that in addition to the ordinary slum** or capital stock the directors ma; tans* from time to time, to an extent not to exec**! one-fifth of the number of orrii nary shares, certificator to la- known ai founders’ share*, which shall have ne designated value and shall form no part <>! the capital stock.
A litoral Nn-tlnn,
These founder*’ share* may he ins tied fen such purposes as the director* may dorm proper. A portion of the annual profits may lie set aside for these shares, hut no dividend can be paid upon th. rn ant ll at leant 6 per cent. has been paid upon the ordinary stock. I’robably the most litoral aw tion of the charter la one providing that stock holders shul! bs liable to the company’s creditors only to the extent of any unpaid nib*-ription* they may have made, and that their private property shall Md otherwise he Ila).Ic for the corporate dclita, and the paid up shares are uuhmm-hs-abla
To Open a New Field.
The great object of the company hi to open u compart! ivoly new field of financial o;aration* which can bs developed to euorinou* proportions. It Intends to guar art tee tbs interest on railway bonds, The Idea Im that when a road is iu con rat of cs inst i ii ct ion it usually ha* t< m-II it* bond* at sbont TO per cent of theli foil valse la ordwj to obtain mousy for construct ion, and then has to pay high inti rest on the full amount. The Universal company will guarantee this interest, and take from IO to Ifi per cent. of the aggregate amount guaranteed for its compare sot lim. The bank can then dispute of the guaranteed bonds at a large advance.
give 11i* advt: tieing ch -itist a good raking. Dr. 8. ft Dot c ta of Joliet read a paper ob tireaq bp rf He thotubt that advertMng luwcttid t its dignity of the protesaion sad foster.mI quacks. About a score of member* expressed themselves in a similar vein. Notiody arose to champion the cause of the advertising dentin!, and the general conclusion was that such a dentist should not he recognised ss a member of the profession.
Ordered ta fay (iw Money.
New York. May Id—Judge Wallace cif the United Elates circuit court, in the suit of Isjvi'I Armstrong, the receiver of the Fidelity National hank of Cincinnati, against tho Chemical National bank, has entered a decree ordering the payment by the defendant to the complainant of tire sum of WTI,soh Tlse snit wa# brought May .'ti, I SKK, to recover the balance due on collateral* given for an unpaid loan In excess of the amount loaned.
A Hiwtnn istle re.
Huston, May 16 -Ii. K Strains, a promt cent o|«erator here, has assigned. Ltabill ties, 1190,000; inset* estimated to br stiff! dent to liquidate the liabilities in full Mc* Ila* resigned the presidency and directorship of the Commercial Telegraph company.
Liabilities SSO.OOO, Averts Nothing.
Pn ii.A delphi a, Mot Id — The large bucket shop of C. J. Ftotor, formerly of New York, baa suspended, Liabilities probably tin,HUO. No assets.
They Ask That the Sub-Treasury Bill Be Passed.
ARGUMENTS OF MR. LIVINGSTONE
Refers the Ways and Meaas Com mil tee la Furor of the nettler Hilt— W.-mtors of the Farmers* Alliance ae Hand to ■lear the Address- The Hay'* Doings to th* National legislator#Capital (att liners.
Waah i xutok City, May 16.—Congree* men from agricultural state* and members of the Farmer*' National Alliance crowded the way* And means’ eoommittee room at the capitol to heat Mr. I .Kingston#, the national lecturer of the alliance expound hi* view* on the Pickier HU for the couth Hshment of sub-treasuries for the deposit of grain, oats, corn. tobacco and cotton. Mr. Ll viny stone said Uier ,• need beaomia-
Eight room Frame House, good Cellar, Cistern, Sink in House. Magnificent river view. Lot 50il20. For $1,260.
Splendid Building Lots on Fourth stroet, as follows,
60x120. $1200; 60x120. $1,000; 68x120, with rock foundation, included. $1,350.
Magnificent River View to each
(yprohmudoa concerning the object* of the alliance, It wa* not seekiu
COULD PAY 12 CENTS ON $1.
Hornethlnu New In lh* Method of Iluctot-Khop tailor.-*.
New Yoke, May lfl,-only those lurid* th* bucket -hop circle in Wall street know just bow a bucket-shop proprietor fails. The tHinai met hod has lawn for bim to quietly dip out of th* back door with tbs “bauk" in hi* pocket, leaving the custom era inside to whistle. When Doran, of Al New street, darted to leave his bucketshop he casually announced that bt wanted to sa* A man uptown. This aroused lively suspicion*, aud the patrons didn’t want him to see anybody but them avives. Re convinced them that what was left of th* bank wa* all right, and that he had left It behind. Then he was permitted to go on his way.
A Leoti at th* (took*. lie returned In a couple of hour* aud an Bounced that He hadn t seen his man and Oouldn’t meet his obligation*, tie pro
Kthat six of the old patrons go over ok* and announce how ninoh was left In til* “bank.'* For ail hour they pus flied over the books, and then the a poke* man announced that Doran could pay It orc ta cm tbs dollar. This wa* received with hilarious cheers. It was so different from the ti-usl method of the bucket-shop proprietor in settling with his patron* that Doran wax l uted to os a good fellow.
A Vining Woman t njustly Aerated MBS rereed ie Marry.
Davenport, Iowa, May IA—A grange ( aes that has aet gossips by the ears ha* jug developed hare. Bertha WV-ee, the •laughter of Henry Wiese, a wealthy German farmer, living about five miles from Da van; K>rt, wu* widely knows sad mach sought by the young gentlemen of her neighborhood, but her favor was shown to Gustav Eckermann, a neighbor god a deserving young man. There wa* no en gagnment between them, but they were quite often together and there seemed to lie some wu ti meat on both sides.
Pretests Were ef 3lo tiger*.
Rut parents became aonvtooed that improper relations had existed between the two and the daughter was told that ahs
moat marry Eckermann Bhd begged with the most heartrending importunities that this be not forced UMH hor, Hit her parents wees inexorable. The magistrate wa# summoned aud the youug man wa* sent for. He, too, dented that there had ever tote any improper (rialton* between himself and MW Wiese and refused to su btu ii to the mw ti Her demanded of bim, but, seeing that the girl was overborna by the urging* of her parents, and raring too much few her to desert ber, be consented and the ceremony proceeded.
Khun Ida'J J urn ti at ( .mxliwloM.
After It wa# over the unwilling groom
went again to hi* home and bl* tearful bride remained with her mother. Soon after tbs young woman was taken seriously 111. and a physician was called An operation wa# performed upon th* young lady, at Mercy hospital Id this city a day or sn ago, by which aha was relieved of a tumor of twenty pounds’ weight. Hhe Is now OB th* way to recovery, but ber paraQt# ara heart broken at th* Injustice done her The marriage will probably be annulled
Ar* Tease Court# Is vat tor
Hah Antonio, Texas, May in—Th# cal* brnted Dick Dunean habeas nor pus our* came up la the United fka<«s Dist rict court Wednesday. Duncan was tried and found guilty of rh* murder af a (amity of camper* named William* Hi* petition mf that th* criminal anda and cod# of criminal procedure ar* Invalid, because the billa cresting them under th* constitution of IFK were never properly read sud passed by the legislature, con*«qudrily say ■rat# court now sitting in Tax*# la illegal Tbs habeas corpn* threaten* the validity of th# tutti rn criminal cod* af th* stat* af Tex*#
neck*ag to dleplsure the ruling political parties The subtreasury bill had nothing to do with Ute tariff Th* for nom asked that th# sub treasury bill br panned. Fifty eight homes of far men. I .od luma sold in t’ormecticnt In Od* day this week. Belief wax demanded and ti*' farmers knew how to get it.
Weald KIU th* Hiirk. t-Hhoja.
He quoted I’reside ut Lincoln'* prediction t hat corporation* would be enthroned, that the property of the country would fee concentrated, and that th# republic itself would Ii* overthrown ll# thanked God J that the last prediction had not come true. If coBjitM refused ta endorse the sub- 1 treasury plan, he said, it should remove the restrictions hedging in tike national banking system. 7’he sub treasury plan I gave tits faimer a chance to recaps the ! speculator by allowing hire to dei* afft his crow* in the mu M ran* uric# at anytime and spend him Helling at • toted Reasons.
If the sub-treasury bill wert* pawed there would tag lie a buckct-xhop left la th# United States. There need be no fear that ; the UU would caus* the farmers to form a trust.
Killeen Million Would Do IL
II# did not favor a paternal fffm*rnm#nt. The (armer would he satisfied lf ta* high way* were opened to #nW*rprix# and energy Til# paltry sum (rf •lti.um.uno would be sufficient to build all th# soh t re sh Urie* needed. Congree* yearly appropriated large stuns for riv- r and Imrltor Improvement# that did *o» b Befit the farmer and it could HU rely grate the aum aahed for by the farmer#
In answer to * quo*Hun af Mr Flower. Mr. IJvtngMiou# said that th# reason that the Mil provided for th# deposit in the sub treasuries of oat*, wheat. corn. tobacco and cotton only, was that th# other farm products were protected by a high tariff—TO pet cant. on wool for inst anc# la conclusion hr urged that th# Mil I* brought Into the house hi acme form whether reported favorably or adversely.
Thirty aero farm 2 1-2 miles southeast of Brighton, all in cultivation, Four room frame-hous^ Cellar, Barn, (log) Granary, Smoke-house* Well, Cistern. Will sell for less than $35 per acre.
Money to Uion.n,
Dorsey & Mal, SID Bels street
Buckeye Lawn Mowers.
THE NATIONAL LEGISLATURE, a sgtou
PtHUtrsM Pre lf bk Wreck.
Brrr alo, N. Y,, May Id Tktrky-sU freight cam, the #abmjs% haggags oar and engine were snacked thro# mil#* east of Hem burg, un the Buffalo and fioUthweeti #ru division of the Erie rms Is want th* -pot when- th* recant Leks (Share srytdent occurred. Th# oar* wara strews th #v«ry 11 rn-1 Ion and the engine on top of them TW track was badly damaged aud truffle cannot I* resumed until a-ne ti Bm Btl ginner i Hair and Fireman <>usln tamped with -light injuries. The body of Albert Frosh ley was found nndflr th* «reoil, us and two rompanion* were stealing rn ride
IT IS NON-NEGOTIABLE.
A Net* Which t'orislM Two K-li« of la.
I*i»;if»c».. ti. D , May 14—The -uproms court has render* I a d#< iriou of general late roet to farmer- in tho state, rn it afiW-ta the validity rd thou-anda of d< list* worth of not##. Th# llar*h Whitney Binder rom pa ny borrowed of our ling* lev, tiD.QUq aud gave as eel lateral rn batch of notes which, though bearing Ifi per cent. inter ski, had the further clause attached that they should bear (rely § per <eut if paid wt-cu due It was conceded that th# machine* were no good whatever, hut liege tor claimed to Wit fins Urie holder of th* aotes bv luna <>t hi* ignore ne# of th* detects when th# >t< tes were token os col lateral before. Th# supr» ae court now affirm# Judge Tripp'- sac talon that a not# con ta ming two rate* of intermit is ikou-iMsgotiaKi#, mid that Header omw quently took th# note* -object to any equities between th# original parties The d#<'bnon relieves all farnu-n who have
Uh meg Fear Tkeetaa* lieiiks.
8miMi.nkl-f>, Mass., May Id,—Detective Fease burned Wedaeaday LOUD book* treating af the derivation of religloox symbols from tho Jow-ot pmamimut at manktud, which were to be issued by Henry A. Buffington, a Spiritualist!# publisher in this city. Anthony «'<»mst<*k learned that tbs*# l-Mikj were to ho brought out, and notified District Attorney ifihharff at the fact. I Ie wa* shoat to bring the matter to the notivo of the grand Jury to set.ore an fin-dictm#tit for publishing obscure Mt#ra-ttttv, rn hen Mr. BudiugUm agreed so hat s th# boohs destroy <mL
of Arkoma* Retake* Certain Nwtsy Mea** M< mhera.
WEKHtNjfTON Cttt, May UL-lo th# bouse Thursday tho senate bill to chang* the route of th# Rock Creek railway compaa y of th# district of Columbia was road and 'passed. Rogers of Arkansas said that owiug lo th* ooufutiou bs was unald# to nnder-Uktid th# roadtug of the Mil, and that during the prater, certain g#otl#nien had mad# so much note# that had they been In Arkansas they Would have bren arrested for disturbing a religions meeting. Atkinson remarked that the noise during pray cr bad come ss much from th# Demo cretic side as tho Repdtdleao ■Ids The Tai lg Mill.
McKinley of tlhko reported rn resolution pro riding that hereafter th# boots shall m#vt at ll o'slork, that after th# reading of th* journal and th* dtepored of confer anre report*, th* boom «hsU go into own- , mitts* of th* whole tm the tort® Mil; that I tho bill shall to read through > < >11,014 ming with paragraph IU, and Khali to open to amendment on any part of th* bill billow lag paragraph Ho, sud that on Weduew day belt st IT o’cloc k the btu with petol lag amendmeota shall he reported to the boos*
Th# resoiuUou was Anally adopted -yea* law. uafk Iti Th# dtxruwdoa of the tariff bfli re then roan iii «d
Th* Day to J ta ten ate.
Th# amate agreed to a resolution ualliag an th* (vjmmtaionrre af th* District af Cbfumbta far Information a* to empikiy meat and payment of l»i*.rors «»n public works hi the district, and rn hrtiter they are required to work more th** right hours a day < AW business of a routine oat u» baring lawn transacted the ornate re* umed consideration of the oil we 1411 and Triter c* at ti ti (ted his argument
Bii.se Burners^Stored Through th# Bummer Months.
PIUS & HAMILL
315 Hollo Htreet.
A. J. HOWELL
CARPETS, CURTAINS, CLOTHS, RUGS, Ac.
WILL BK FOUND
LOWER-Considering Qualities and Styles-
J loin in any other house in Alton. In consequence of the (.RKiT EXTENT of our SALES we are* enabled to do liu-tut — on a VERY CLOSE MARGIN and ii is ugli lied fact that we handle by far
il mot r< da nf Fstmmm retoMMMl.
Lomkm, May 14—A OM* af patrolling has occurred la Wtnre, rte*-any, which ha* created widespread excitement aud alarm titre**! honureu parson* are nffWted and fifty or more at them, mootiy rl.ildron. ore seriously til. fnvre-tigat iou diaeiiM#* the fad that th* victims had eaten bread mad* af (lour which hail I arn ground ta a -aden tnariito- Mix* of the th mr wa* pnrcha«ed from two dealers.
Tike rsHllr tiefanAtMg Mil
WAWlNOTtm ('ITV, May th —Th* joint Fart fie railroad refunding biti baa qe#a or dared to to reported favorably by th* bona* committee ou Pwiftr roil roads by a ruts af T to 4. Our mem tor of th# committee refused to commit himself on th# bill Th* MU agreed ut ('overs the Union Pacific sud I .vt' ml Poi 1 fie r til roads, tike former bring allowed fifty years for refunding with int#root at I per erat. and the latter sweaty fit* years with interval at A pee ' erat.
LARGER QUANTITIES OF GOODS
THAN ANY OTHKK HOUKE IN THE Cm.
who*# stork bo# iron seised and tit* tut I...rite-, ar# rouducUug a searching 1 Hfu 1 un 1 on <g th* Hoar ta th* bauds other deatom.
(to* # I a, 1 hm» tor Hts tag.
Nev Yoke, May 14 In the court of aommoti plea* M’edasMday Aouvio Geroni, aged 7 years, recovered a verdict of flu,duo afaint the .Vstkmsl Navigation comtiany I af Mi.......
Mareei!Ira, for th# lo., at a teg. (hi
bena*** sad th* tieaaett Law.
La C goos a, ti’la, May 16. Th* Galen*
May Ii. Baw, the lory was rn iiaewuiger.wtth Ut- hts iMtrento, aa the stemuwhip Coal:mer# Of Hie foot caught Ut th# rod-1 cr chains, and ) woe so severely Injured as ta D*ca«aJlale ! amputation st th# ku«e
Even thee# n<>i< - of th# n»«< e..uy of pay dintro* router#in •* of Geranaa Methodist ,
g for worthies* n>a<hlaea ‘ -a. —..-si—-s
Witt IH.ut.le Their Trarh*.
rm »W». Pa., May lh. —Thu h*.i»/l-ran I a . om;»aiiy bo* d<ri«tr«l Ui .iou 1*1# track th# Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and Chicago railway from Diiraburk t.* (’hiraga tofcre til# world * fair opens The work will re-qttin ms entiay of mil lion d.||are
and th** employ Meat of ibou-uiml. at mea to «vuiipi#t# it In the tim 1 apaeltiad but th# .Miu,«aa» is confldawt of acc xuplishiuf It. Ti.lv mo (r«#u ' ss to-o dto . - I for jr.-nix (>**•( but Hat #U a' IOU* ex,.t ile# Involve., bet alwajx cauk .J • postpone im ut
Chur, hee, comp’■ton* tbs on hi dias of par Illinois, aounthera Wtoioariiiand awat arn Iowa, eh wed wa annual isarina here and passed resolutions by a un* ii
moue vc** declaring th em*# tire in favor of the Ileunrit law as to Ha K«n#raj priori pie* Ttoy also rev Ired to no.to iii there
Kl (I tbr supreme court decision banish lh* Bibl* from the 1# bool*
11, rn rn rn, md mr McCall* Susy adi»4.
Wa-hiCOTON CiTT, May 14-titecniary Tracy has prtraulgatod tbs fin dings and •villein# of th* nourt-mariiaJ la th* aw of C-. 1. rn. a dvr M Colla Th# . -atoncu af (he (v<urt is. *Tb to *uspeeded from tank and duty for a period of three years.and to retain his prearm number an th* Ito af (Mumnsttdera white so s«ap#a«isd. ” davit-tar, Tracy approved th# *«m#iiv#
I ain now receiving a large aud varied stock of Cloth*, in all the
prevailing ahrelea, for Spring Sutta, which I aaa prepared to uahv ap in Ut*,
Most Faabionable Styles,
A Perfect Fit.
Reasonably Rates and
H. C. G. Moritz, 112 Third st.
Hie Adv* • Debs* (teatto-BFBiSuriU a, 111 , v ,y bk—The delltto# who I* I ng to *b# Uh Akis fcHote Dee tai ■do not toll*-»• in the vulgar png* tire of adrertiriog and took creation Ie
A flu,(WO jow-honse wa* recently dedi-I rated la San Joe# Chiaatowu.
kuhs slal by Os*.
Woiu KUT Eg Meas , May 16 The wife and daughter af President G Stanley Hall of Clark university were found dead ta their bed Thurwiay moralng. having bara accident illy suffocated by illuminating gas uhh h Im i cat-sped during th* a (gat Prtwld' at flail Is out of town Th* family have reahi*d here about a year, and Dr Rail hinger Th* touee of Usa accident was a leaking ga* fiuraar wtih aa alret'iu lighting
V* reside* 11*1 Fest wast era.
Wa«HiN<m»s CITV, May 14—The pres! leat he* sent to the stoat* th* following
no adnation* of potiauaterti Ohio—J. F Rleaer. Upper Sandusky. Mirrouri- J. M Hobart son. Treatou, Jmtyb Walt her, De toto In I Is na - W r Vt tit, (o'iugton, I mw Jetikiuouo, Dubio ad, A G J aum, hull, r Kausae—4.«-.*ra'» Biti ha), Leaven wrath
II W. JOHNS
roof* ^a til etal
tees let « ornate*.
This is ill* peri. rh d form uf l*ortetds Betoog rn
BS thirty years: is adetaxi tar tam ou . . Bst
• ssily spjuii-dby ttiivk-lie! workmrn, SOS coms eely
ss tin *"• pit 4 md dttertfdm prtc* Ari /re# Ly mud.
N. W. JOHMS RFG. CO.. 240 & 242 Rinded St., CMc^
Merer York, F*h!lw<l#lplita. I
guiiufs tar-re of H W. I lquld P« cts. Asbestos Ita-Meef
a 1*14. tisch hoik# tiBveriagn etc.
Ar OM UM burnut rn. .lip,
LOEU Finttfl-HOD Fit’KlIfi Ulva CAatiJCT*. HO.
"RHT HALE BY
W, HL. WAYMAN, Carpenter and
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