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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - February 7, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON VOLUME FRIDAY FEBKUAHY 203 Enos BNOS announces that he lias established In a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the BOTH MEDICAL and His experience during many years has convinced him that all diseases can be managed more successfully in an institution of this under the constant supervision of the and with tlie aid of means not other wise at than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers at intervals of several hours or The position of tho SANITARIUM is and the surrounding are free from all noxious It is readily reached by the Second street horse and is near the Union The building is and arrangements are as perfect as is possible from a knowledge of sanitary science and the requirements of such an Electricity in all its forms Oxygen and its compounds are provided as may be required by pa in addition to such other treatment as may be deemed A LARGE SOLARIUM For Sun Baths and exercise in cold and inclement is Each patient is thoroughly examined by and receives hia dally personal FOR THE RECEPTION OF For further information address ENOS at the corner of George and Third JEXPJBKIEJTCE Permanent posl tlous Salary nuei CxpotKoi Pecu liar fulvdnUKoa to Stock with teutselllng OUTFIT He guarantee what we Write 1IKOWJV Tills bonne la I urn now receiving n large and varied stock of in all tbe prevailing for Spring which I ain prepared to make up in the GUARANTEEING A Perfect Fit Reasonable Rates and Complete In for Are now Ready for Market February and March are the months to sow LAWN Try our own containing all grasses to make a Beautiful 1OO102 Kant Secoiif AliKNTH StOViH Flrebackw Wai muted Last Five Yeai QUICK HE UASOL1NK Njwuliny at Low frwet jtuidwly 1IAIMD A WITNESS 3cioro the Ballot Box Investi gation TESTIMONY OF THE OHIO He lulls of Illn ConniiUon with lie KorgiMl In n 1 timorous Manner for IuutlHlitnR Con Iriivt In Illn Cliirliumt I Niivspapm Honntor mull TiHtlflm Tlmt He Sigurd Ills Nituiv to lie Hal editor of The Cincinnati Commercial tho wiliiem btforotlie Invcstigatiin committac Tluirs After Sunntor Sucrinnn crtlflad thut be liiul never signeil any ballotbox and iirunmincod Ills to tlio ballottins a icliiniy who WHS mi iinsiiccoshful cnnilkliito for congress on tbc Kepnblican ticket in Ohio in tho lost was called mid gave unimportant Halstond then ilnrud on He told the story of his connection with ttife forjred jxi per in n aud brought out govern laughs from his Ilulmtcud After identifying tho ballotbox Holfitead said ho had first Roen it on 14 on the corn lit Ho met Governor Furaker on tlio and the governor showed him tho paper whicli he htul obtnlnad from The witness asked Governor Foraker how ho obtained the and the latter replied that Wood had given it to They had con versation previous to this about ana tlie lattors offer to get the To Halsteads question as to where Wood had got the Governor Furaker replied It oaine right out of John McLeans Hurt a infill to tho How was this asked tho and he was told that Wood was a party to tho bal lotbox transaction aud had a right to the Tho governor told tho witness that the paper shocked him and that it was much more than he AVhile Governor Fer akcr went forward in the train the wHnese Studied tho He thought that tiiero were Borne reasons why a person should at tach Home credit to too In the place its surmising that it was not was beyond the capacity of a man like and tlio signatures wore either or the work of an art It was tho work of a lawyer and an A Questionable The witness said he told Governor Foraker that in his judgment it c rtalnly connecter Campbell with a questionable and should Hot ix He also said that he was exasperated at the idea that Mc Butter and the others were connected with that ho thought ho would explode it under and that under whatever delusion others might have algndd this Campbell certainly know all alxnit for he had introduced tho liosides he was tho only signer of the pai or before the people for a public and his at should be published in connection with the The Name if Cox on the Tho only Halstead why ho thought at tho time the paper should not bj published in full was because tho name of Cox appeared on and on tho day Governor Forakor gavo him tho paper Coxs Mineral had taken it would not do to use tho names of McKinley and Buttorworth during the Governor Foraker had finally given witness the agreeing to let him havd exclusive HBO of as tho only person capable of hand ling Halstood explained to the com mittee his theory of the forgery and Woods motive in getting up the Not Intended to Hurt Any The ho was Woods ex treme anxiety to get hold of thti smoke in Ho was certain that the paper Was never intended to hurt any It was utterly preposterous to think Governor Forakor hod any knowledge that there was any Ho was certain that Wood had put Senator Shermans name to tlio pa per to keep Governor Fornker from using it during tho Tho witness ex plained how he came to make the paper pub lic BO soon in tho He had in tondeji to spring It about three weeks be fore the campaign and afterward to settle with McKinley and if they could not uxplain their oonueotlou with the Tlu Topp A speech made by Governor CampboU at Pikes Opera in in wfckb Ue brought out the Topp letter wtuj tho direct ouuso of tho wrly Tho Topp letter was a sore subject with the RapnbU and Cnmpboll had in dulged jtersonultloH concerning him Tho witness published un oditoriiU oard warning Ciuuplxtll that ho was eouoerucd In a said 1 ttimnt ublo to bold it book and the paper gut out curlier than I This witness said ho was ruthur staggered at Henator Shormaue de nial of any knowledge of the A ro cuss was here THE DAY IN Hjuiukor IloiMl tlmiul Quorum tlie WASHINGTON tlio house Thursday morning the journal was and declared iippruvod by a of 1511 to the speaker ileilnriug a quorum uiiU from the ou reported the now code of which was orderwl printed and and a row olution was udujiUU providing fur printing copies of the new The sonuto di rect tax lilli was laid the houso and referred to the committee oil Tin1 uull of HtuUS for Die introduction of bills unO riHolutliitiH wan then prooeodod unil un attaek wiw made on the Iminumui IIVIBM of executive iloriuwinU and riiiiimimlcatkint Uiat huvn iiciMiinulatfd m Mm speakers luble during the jmsl OullltfN ill tilt Jn the winaiii liills for the ormtiuu of n public building in uml for ooiutruetion of briilgu nt wuro and thu Oklahoma bill wuu taken and further At i uVliHU tlio siiiiil ruhUiiMxt couuickirn tlon of the rdiicutiiiinl And lilutr ftguin took llie II an that his lipoeuh wuiilil thu rout of thu afUir linn and of Miiuday At ocliirlt the wnuti ivimt swret HiMilon to eoiiMKeiiit luiuiulit resolu tion in relati MI to iuKo Jngo Ka I lie WAHHIMITON lf The resolutions preininted In the KtnaUi from foreign affairs commlttou oyngratulttt Ing llrotll a bubstituUi fur liorgwns resolution ami annuls tbc words in their of monitrchii1 It also omits wvoriil pnrnginplis dwlHUnj tile of tlieUniUnl Htntrs Of ns a lawful and rightful and illreoting tho prosidont to quire tho and of thu Tlnllorl tatos ti rccxifrnizn the Hag of tho Unltod of as tbii lag of a aivl Niitlouul Ouard In WASHINUTON The rouvontion of tho National UuurU Hwoola tion of the United States opened hero at WIlltordR botol at Win of Now the president cnlletl the convention to order and delivered a short One hundred ranresont ing twentylive In attewtfanoa The conventinn will jUins leglnla tbm to IHI urged iu congress to secure gov ernment equipment for Htato Tho Colored Mens Convent WASIIINOJOK tlie colored mens convention after a hiatod a resolution warileftatod commend inR the recent improved tone of the WJuthorn press and southern governore toward the A permanent organization WBB forrnwl to bo known as the American Cltl rens Eciual Kiglits Association of United HtuUs of to meet In Feb WASHINGTON The nomina tion of exGovernor jf Louisi to be collector of the port at Now Or leans was before tho ceoate oamaitttea on commerce at its meeting Thursday but action on it was It to ex pected that tho nomination will reported favorably and that the fight against It will be carried to the floor of tlio A HEAVY EXPRESS A Trusted Clerk at Skips Out with Tho theft of from tlie Pacific Express company at was discovered hero by aupBrlnteudeut of the when eignmcnt of tlm City National of Dal to the Commercial of was and found short just that Tho consignment consisted of a bog containing in gold and an ex preau package with in The latter was money clerk at who hod missingsince Sun day wua inHnediatofy An investigation wag and It dis covered that he was a He had a good and it is doubtful If he will be Might Have Taken Much There was in tho oompanrVsafo at Dallas whioh he might have taken bod ho been so as he won trusted He was of good and regarded as thoroughly Descriptions of tho ab sconding money olerk hava wirexl dvery wharo by Superintendent Walton was always considered a young man of good The Guarantee of New is on his bond for Walten had been with the company since las t He was first employed in the ofllce at Jeffer and from there went to Dallas in November He Is 23 years of age and Hlg lllaro lu A fire which broke out in tho factory of the Qreonmau Matting aud whioh burned so florcoly that nothing was was got un der control shortly after 8 oclock in the Tlio buildings dwtroyod WCTV tho Oreenmiu factory and Doty MoFarlana wall paper Tho loss is roughly artl moted at though if may bo Two ilromon received painful injuriei from falling There was a panic among the oocuponta of neighboring houses aifil there were several narrow escapes from suffoca Two children became unooiuclous from smoke and were taken out safely oDd A Fond for physical condition of 3amuol Randall is M critical as to Awaken the of frtehds Theexspoakors onfy Of InooWe ta his arid a nqmbflr of fcls have gone qifiotly to work and Randall in dasb Qie eongrasstnan ihoiild not recover from hid The movement IB headed by Chfids1 and and tho fund hag already AlniH The striking gaartufcrns hold a mooting and admitted tfaolr Tho eorapany offorsd to employ Hw dflfmrtod men to fill vweanrtwi as fast as they occur this though tremely Ifaa sAjojipted the nion witti Tno dock lalmrcn bare roscflvod to abstain from a general strike until tho number of men tockod out bj thu compaulos stall excoad Aelllng Old Mnpmtpe At tho an nual auction sale at the UaJtod BtAttil ar mory iwigatlnu guuo waJe by rival A tow yearn comiwte w4th tliu rvgulaUou bnt whioli ware rejected by tbo mont itftur woru among the sUxk dht pusnd About gun borrebi ami as many were and about Keen Throwing Mud at Knot Oil An PnoJ and tho iwWw papor men who huw boon Vitupora live odltorhUs In of The itoevnd Thu on tho uttnritotor of each and who lu turn fllvd ooiD plntutH charging criminal Irnvo been bound ovur to the district by tho poDcu Ilia ProWbi tion convention nioptvd u pjuttorm Ing the uiuhitoimnoo of tUo liquor the liigh lawn or nntt ob tion utato and AUmt tou dulogaUw from tho and alw tho la borers Union are flifht Any Mftu lu FvU Bd who lion nut llgimxl In tUo prizb iriunj fought Uvnrgb has Issued a Jbul longo olfuring to fight any niuh lu whilaor by any tar a In or eight wtwkn fioiii the timw of nlgning innl within 000 inUon of Mleeli on the Two freight IniliiH mi I lie MMilgmi Central cxjllldud lysar Knyliiuur John ouo ol tiie uldist emiiliiyuM of thu StivoriU trulu hands worn iejMuly Twttlvo vin A Portion of Under NO COMMUNICATION SOUTH OR EAST Town of Whnntlfiml flwnpt Awny by tho High Stork Drowned aud n Large Amoniit of Uralo Destroyed and Car ried Away ly thn Hnshlng Torrent The Flood All the m er ohnntrt nloixif water and tor two back from the have been com pelled to suspend business and move their stocks K higher ground Tho water rose so rapidly that many of tbum wore unable to movo their and in oontfcxnienco heavy damage will Throughout the Willamette valloy heavy IOSHQS are Many bridges have washed away and a targe amount grain stored along the rlvor has been wagon bridge 01 roai the Willamette at Balem wos away Monday It was kmg and No UM then logs swept mvay OP TPtllaraerte and CoJdmWn rivers in the two lomnHiDlrwtlon Sontti anil Cut Itnrgo joantitles of sawod Imnberflndn namlier of tvtr mflls en the hove been carried Boutbern Pacific ofilciate do Hot an opinion aa to when their road will be opon All communication south and east of has been out off for five days and no trains are arriving over the Southern Pacific or the Union Trains are running to over too Northern but a heavy storm In the Cascade mountains haa out off communica tion to It is impossible to olosely estimate the damage at but it will probably reach The rain has ceased throughout the Willamette valley the rtver at this point ts at a VlooAieA The end Telegram trore com pelled to move buninoss offices further bftok from tbe there being at pYosent aavenal eat of water on the first Tbe aditarfcd which are on be second floor aro by A disjiatch from stoles that the town Jt WheaAland is almost swept ninch gtock drownod and a large amount of grain Bridges havo been carried away Oregon and many small houses buttt near tbe river washed Coranmntefttion with Baieni and Oregon Qity is very and the full extent of the damage done at those points is a mat ter of A Flouting Burly TBursday morning another build ing Powers furniture factory was fwept down fhc Oorreut and lodged against tbe west end pters of the uod the pfessufe be nfentti toe bridge renders the structure nn rMftwood ta large quantities has col teeted about tire center and the ma cKmery of tho draw is completely About 7 oclock in the morning a warehouse conre floating down the river and passed un dor both The roof had been taken off and piles of freight lay Tho warehouse was about 300 foot and IB supposed to have come from Oregon Later m the day a barn nllod with bay came floating Most of tho docks aro safe etiongh oven for a higher but some of Rtem aro Somewhat Water fct The Willamette river is higher heYe than for twenty yearn Many bridges ore and there has boon much damage dano m the The revonno cutter with the northern niatt from San wan unable to the Columbia river She earnu bock to and bos returned to TERRIBLE COUUERY An Explosion tn Results In the Berth of itoo Mtaerth Intelligence has reached here of a tcrrfble disaster In the eoIHflry at Wutea The detethi aro u yet tbe dlmiter h said to have been doe to an Which the rtuifte in every Alraotion and etitomlxjd RuO The excitement at the mltwi Is to be an immense erowtl of the Vlcttms friends and relatives A rescuing party Is at Forty bodies of thoso who porishod have berinteken from tho mine and fifty of ininBrii are sfltl Tho or tile mine estimate the number of ktllod at Vivtluu of tbe reorto Two steam iler rtobs eoinnioBced work on tlie railroad In tlw and at 8 oclock lit1 the afternoon tho ponderous engine woe over and the three bodies recov The occnrrnd on and te IjodioK had Iweti pinnod uiulur onglna All of them were badly and the flfetnan showed signu of having been The remdtw boxed and token tu the where tho inqnest will lie huKV A lorKe 2orce of men was at work on the bridge and a temporary structure in hoing put The railway ofllelals oxpuct to run the bridge Baled TJmt the Corn FuoL In a dafeion rDndeml Wudncsday a Justice held corn to be A thousand budheJu of eorn be loncing to a armor uamod Stoadiuan hojl been Btnadman NOid hi was using the coin for and that buibok mi not more flion enough to livrt a The fuRfleu that nndur tlie law os vinptlug u years the attoohmont could not ta 1tititiuri FnU Kntghta at Labor will putltloti jmrllamoHt for the ap polntiiiMit of an cflleijiJ board of arbitrators io whluh may lie njferrwl all uiatturs lo tlit putA betwoili labor and cajiitnl and wttli power to adjust strlkoD and ollior ilittdrencon botwuon employor and etilployja found A boat coritaiuUig three Jiwn in a hquall Mulvllto Onr One of lUehurd dung to tho boat and WUH fcivod the otbtfr AUgiuitus Ulg gii8 mid Dennis MoAullftii Both Wire unumrrleii Will riout the National Tlio city twhoul bimrd hut ducldml to hiivo national lluih ii nil the imhllc school In tlio uill be bwuitilul silk bau vry and Fort l tlui Hint city lu the north wet t to Adopt tb new Building Lots Corner Main and for Eighth and Ninth and Bluff two eaohfor Alton Fifth One Hundred Lots ranging in size from to one hundred feet and all very Prices from on terms to suit One of the nicest residence plats in Over 100 Houses and Lots in different parts of the Call and see I Have Received a large Consignment OP OENTUINE HandMade Oriental Which will be on exhibition and for sale this week only at my This Is n rare chunco for parties appreciating such as nothing of tliojclnd lias over boforo boon shown In HOWELL Third St I HAVE NOcKESITATION IN RECOMMENDING Sloves and THEIR HIGH REPUTATION FOB ECONOMY OF ARTISTIC FINISH STAMPS TJIEM AS THE 33esrt tlxo It is theconHtnnt aim of the manufaoturer to make the very Beit Stove that can be THEY AUK Sold f jity by JULIUS AND WHOLESALE DEALER IN The mo8t Celebrated Brands of KENTUCKY WHISKIES free and in A SPECIALTY IMPORTED Cognno Holland Insli and Scotch Cherry aud Hluckherry Hordeiiux and Rhine HEADQUARTERS For all kiuds of Select California Wines aud Brandies in Kejs and Couiu and examine the Stock of Fiuo Old and Liquors ever offered in Ibis aud at Surprisingly Low and Cheap Priced All Uoulb dilivenid free of Orders ly mail will receive store and Office Fourth and Waro house on Fourth between Belle and   

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