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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - March 18, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 TELEGRAPH.  VOLUME 20*  ALTON, ILL., TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH 18. IWM).  NO.  234  JU!  TI FINANCIAL PUN.  That Is What Troubles the World’s Fair Committee.  EXPOSITION WILL BE HELD IN 1892.  THE PERIL OF THE DEEP.  Dr. J. W. Enos' Sanitarium  ALTON, ILL,  no ibxm *■ ounce# that he baa established in a building purchased for the ®    purpose a SANITARIUM for the  lo Soy tho Majority of tho Comm I (too  Appointed to Attend to tho Metter— How Balden, of Non York, Woo Mot Down Upon, tty I printer, of llllooto— Woohlngton City Note* of Interest to tho Hooding Public.  Washikot<rn City. March 18—With the “steel lion °f one toe ti on the world’* fair btl! is ready to repent to tho bowe. The motion, however, ta not in a fair nay to ha disponed of easily. It concern* til > financial plan on which the fair ta to Ie conducted, and ft routed a long controversy at the meeting of th j committee on Ha to May. Monday morning when the committee met the members present were Chairman Gaudier, Hitt and Kj»r niger of Illinois, Iberian and Flower, of Now York, and Hatch of llIshoiiri The troubleeorae nation wa* token up, but it soon became obvious that the oommittoo could ooum to no agreement on it, and it waa pawed over for the preamp  Tile Pair To He Meld la 1801.  The eighth section, which provide* for the time of holding the fair, leaving blank the date*, wa* alan the cause of Home discussion. Candler * ff »ri d an amendment, firovidlug that a qundri centennial celebration Is held on Oat. 12, lh'.ti, and tho fair the following year. Hot and Springer, aa Chicago** rep-rew3Utativm, declined to vote on this amendment, and it wa* voted down—Balden, Batch hiul Flower la the ne?at ive, and Candler In the n Birma tiue. Another amendment Bring the time of holding the fatr from April Sh to Oct. SU, 180J, wa* offer* «i and carried. An adjournment wa* taken without action on the fifth section.  BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL.  uu aumrie non during many years ha* convinced him that all disease* aaa be managed more successfully Ut an Institution of this kind, under the  . •    *    aa.    .    .    a____I    -J_____I >..1A L lU» eel*! r%f VVI 4* Ck TY ti tint. flt.HdftP«  arn* flaill"«upervision of the physician, and with the ald of means not other wise al eommand, than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers  *i intervals of several hours or days.    „  The position of the SANITARIUM is high, and the surrounding  from ail noxious influences. It Is readily reached by the Seoond street horse  Mr* and is near tbs Union Depot.  He building is largo, and arrangements are as perfect a< is possible from a knowledge of sanitary science and the requirements of such an institution.  Electricity In all its forms; Oxygen and its compounds; Baths, Douches, MI—Inhalation, Nursing, etc,, are provided as may be IMIrffdby pa-ft*ai* In addition to such other treatment an may be deemed advisable.  A LARGE SOLARIUM  For Bun Baths and exercise in oold and inclement weather, etc., Is  Bach patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and reoeivee hi* My personal attention.  Now Onon  FOR TOR RECEPTION OF PATIENTS.  rive Sailor* Drowned Hi York -pit Mfht-kou**.  Nokfo.Jt, Va, Miuvh IS - Th* steamer  Defiance arrived tar* from hi ii more, anil ('apt Burg*** reported thnt cm jawing York Bpi! lighthouse be taw a sckoOAsr ashur* and mink on th* spit, near the north-w**t buoy. About th* *am* tim* a yawl containing Bv* men kit th* sunken schooner and pulled for the light. Th* wind waa blowing with terrific fora*, and as th* boat approached th* lighthouse It was thrown against th* Iron pile* and swamped and all Bv* men w*r* thrown overboard Th* men grasped the Iron rod* of the pile* In a desperate struggle for life, but th* *ea dashed over them with such fores that they w*r* soon benumb al, fell off, and were drowned. Saw All the Men Drew*.  A short time previous a boat had lawn lowered from th' lighthouse sud a man wa* wen to slip down a pile and jump into It The boat on getting loos* drlftoil away. The De fiance ran up alongside the drifting bast and threw the man a Un* and he was hauled on board. He proved to be Jam** It Bunds th* second keeper of the* lighthouse. He stated that the Bv* shipwreck id men were drowned in his presence end bs wa* unable to render them any assistance en an wont of the violent seas dashing over everything. It I* supplied th* schooner Is aa oyster vwosl and wa* trying to run into East river, but It it impossible to learn ber name or the name* of the drowned. Cap! Burg ess reported the disaster to the collector of custom* and bs forwarded It to th* lighthouse department.  That of William H. Ellis, Who Died in New York.  ADN SNTURES IN BRITISH HONDURAS.  Building Lots for Sale.  WOOD’S LITTLE FORGERY,  For further information addrts* Dr. ENOS ftt the SANITARIUM, corner of George and Third ill.* Alton, III.  Col. Sand*, of Cincinnati, Dlreetly Con lr>i<Lcts Privet* Secretary Kart*.  Washington City, March id,—Th* Ohio ballot-box forgery wa* given a little morn investigation Saturday by the bouse special committee. Th*) witaem wa* Col. A (X Kindi, of Cincinnati He contradicted Got amor Forager'n private secretary, Kurts, on almost every p int of that gentleman’* test! mony relating to himself (Hand*), He had not told Kurts that be had read Foraker’s Music hall speech and that It wa* a “corker ;'’ nor told Kurtx that Representative Campbell (now governor) hod been twice to aes President Cleveland In the Interest ct the pawn ga of the ballot-box bill; nor that be had seen a ballot-box contract signori by leading congressmen. Witness luiri told Foraker when th* latter told him of what he expected Wood to do regarding the famous confract not to place too much confidence in a man like Wood. Foraker sal I he had the highest evil I on ce that Campbell and other* wore in the contract affair. Witness had n>-ver seen the original forged paper; had be seen it he would have stopped metiers right there. Tile names of Hhermnn and Bu tier-worth on tho paper would have damned it in his wye. Bend* was ill when Kurts gave bk testimony, and telegraphed the committee not to close the investigation until bs (Bande) had I ieee heard.  A COMPLAINT FROM KANSAS.  The Fat  ieee* Alliance Mete Worth a Hod Stale ef Affairs.  Tors aa, Kan , Match IS.—Tbs Farmers’ Alliance bos, through it* president, addressed on open tatter to tbs Kanas* delegation hi congress, calling their attention to the alarming condition ct tbs agricultural in tweet* of this state, and demanding tag blarina for their relief. The tatter says:  M Wn call attention to the fact that n Angle  Uw  Brin in cm city in southern Kansas now ba* the contract for th* foreclosure of 1,800 mortgages This means 1,800 bomsStsk transferred from th* bomi* of so many industrious families to tbs hands af oapftnltats, either domestic or feraiga.  Intention* et the Charka -Th# foreclosures of fosse mortgage is in accord&ivw with a preconceived purpose to gain pus* ess inn of Urn** farms, and people them with s more servile tenantry imported from f jfi-ign land* tor the »pe*doi purpose. Foreclosure and evictions nr* taking pine*-In very many part* of the state, and o*mert not go all tho wsy to Europe lo wit**— scenes id cruelty In matters of this kind. All over the state the homes ct our peop-e ars Imperiled. They are straggling  His Haas* and Crop* Homed Daring na Insurrection — Marrow Kseap* from Death et the Hands of Hts Enemies— The Becap* la a Rowboat, Accompanied by a Faithful Undy Servant—Ft-aal Arrival at Mew York Harbor.  KSW Yoitg, March la-A career full of romance to an end when William H. Kill* died iii Kist Hourioa street in this city. Mr 8111* began life as a pupil of bis father, who was one of the most expert wood carvers in this oonntry. Th# chance I of Trinity church Is a men ament of their skill, ars I the figurehead* on all the then famou* Black-Ball Mn# of steamer* were the work of their honda About flfh-eu year* ago the spirit of sri denture took co appete control of th*  Bier EIM*, sad he left his oomfortahta and sailed to the Bn tmh I fondu rn* Inventing Id* money In Inn I he tincan the cultivation of notion. During an insurrection among tho native* bis hones was burned and bk raj* .instr jyed.  Hatr-Breadth H«r»pe*.  Aorompantad by bi* faish al iiody servsut he escaped bi a rowboat, and. after many  hxir-brendth.escanm, they reached a plague* stricken Island. Both wen) taken down with fW-f, and th* ear rant did. K.llto was named back to iff* by th* de tighter of n native chief tai whom bourn Hwy found shelter. When be regained strength to trawl hi Marted for America On reaching New York he learned that bis father, wife, and children bad all died during hi* abeenoa Disheartened for a tim# only, be again tag** the battle far bread. Two maiden stater*, with whom be made Ids bom*, hsd to be provided for. Fur tone em na sd st inst to sri ll# up rn bim, and bs was soon th# owner of BUMBO worth of raw .Milton  Lived In Osatee! Poverty.  It wa* (tovel in a wnrebon* • end a pur chaser had been found, lh* day before the •ale wa- to have been consummated tho building and it* suntan'* war* baroni I ha hr bogan the maunfscture of a Iwitaff oumpoun-L lh * eh -mionts u»*i in making lh* oaaipuan i w. re absorbed into his ny stein and he wa* again stricken. For two j .ion be bed heed bil-rHden, aud and hi* two na tart poverty.  Corner Main and Dry, 150x120, for $500.  Eighth and Market, 60x120, - - - * $450  Ninth and Market, 50x100,.....$350.  Bluff Street, two lots, each for - - - $150.  Alton st-, bet. Fifth & Sixth, 60x120, $500. Hismand Parlx.  One Hundred Lots ranging in rite from fifty feet front one hundred feet and thirtylfront, all vary deep. Priori rom $50 to$500, on terms to suit purchasers.  One of the nicest residence plats in Alton.  Dyer 1(10 Honsos and Lots in different parts of the city. Call and see list.  wried sisters live I in gen  SECRETARY TRACY’S PREDICAMENT  •rivers* circumstances, and amias* agata#*  lief shall  (he I . s. a.  hope, to sustain themsslves until re! come."    _  Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.  RESOLUTIONS  UNANIMOUSLY ADOPTED  Si tie Good Citizens of Alton aet Vicinity  Cost tip by tbs Tide.  Washington Cm, March I A—The body of a white man was cost up by tbs rid* on  rim bank of the eastern branch of the Potomac Sunday afternoon. It was badly decomposed, but it has been Identified to th* satisfaction of tbs polio*  M  tim remain* of Benjamin A. Junes, the jaiymaster’s clerk of the marine corns who disappeared in Dw* oember last. Jones went sway Christmas night His wife received rn latter from bim til* next morning saying that he would never return. His bat was found in th* river on the day following. An elimination of Join*’ sccounU developed a shortage of lh,-60OL  A Chance for the Women.  Washington City, March Ilk— Mr. Ingalls, through Mr. Jones of Arkansas, introduced in the senate (by request) a bill providing that soldiers who have lost both eyes or one arm or one tag, or both arms or both legs, may marry “some one to take care of him." After bis death the widow to to receive a $12 pt-nsioa so long as sue remains bis widow. In case of desertion fur Mi months, the soldier may obtain divorce through a county court for $5 and oost*.  Jersey Collies.  WH RRR ah, it bae Pleased his Royal Nibs.  To remain with the. iiood^ l’eo^o of this  / Held Oat for Murder. Washington City, March ii.—An inquest wa* hold on the remains of Charka Koemann, a boy who was accidentally shot with a rifle by a lad named George W. Gats* on Saturday. The jury found Gatos  A Battery of Boilers Explodes.  Prrrsncna, Pa, March Ii—The Howard Street pumping station, a part af the Allegheny water works system, wa* completely wrecked by tbs ampliation af a battery of sixty horse power bettors. A. I* Armstrong, a son of the snpminteodsntof th* water works, was badly injured. The rains took fir*, but tbs Hum were ame extinguished Several brick* from Db# wracked but Ming were hurled through th# wall af the neddenoe of John alae, opposite th* station, striking to th* room where Mr. and Mrs Cline ware seeping They e*'*ped injury. bat their house ans set on Ara TT» total loss ■•Hosed by th# explosion ta about $5,000.    ______  Hi ii rh en a ah es I na Hoard ti Is pat rh.  B ALTI noon, Md., March 18.—Capri Witt-lam Gii >gbegan, of the steamer Hue, reports that the United States * learner Dispatch ta ashore on Cedar Point shoal Cant. »heigh agen pulled on the Dispatch until M o'clock Holiday morning, but failed to move ber. It Is thought the vee*** will remain ashore until a toll in the northwret wind permits the water to rise in the river Bocretary Tracy and a party ar* on hoard bound to Norfo.k. Tho eecn-tary is accompanied by Mr* Wilmerding aw! Mi** Wilmerding ani Lieut and Mr*. Mason  Exploitee Of Saltpeter.  Midville, S. J., March 14—Tbs bul Ming used for relining saltpeter fa Ute flint glass works of Whitall, Tatum A Oh, caught Hrs •bout • o'clock to th# morning and to • few minutes, owing to the Inflammable nature af th* contents waa sinew* milt*lf destroyed. Room water thrown by th# (lr# men on the adjoining build tog*. oommunJ-rated with Ute salt peter musing a terrific  for pit aion shaking tbs ground like an ssgth md shattering window*  ’.na The Ammon hod aa nanrww isnt*.  ‘ 1m hi*  ta nil dire©-  quake and shattering  Bona The firemen to.---  one of them, Joshua Krridtow. havtog hair and c kith tog nearly burned off.  Bishop Delegate Appointed.  Hague, March Ut — Th-’ Ktnperor William to • letter to the pope Inform* him ‘ he has appointed Bishop Kopp, ct Brretau, oo* af the delegate* to rep rearm Germany at the lal>or conference, end assert* that he depends npou th# Mipftort ct the Catholic clergy la settling th* a* tai question In replying to the tatter th# pfro thanked the emperor for appointing Bishop Kopp, and declared that himself elal tho chord, baft always bean interested In th** q neat nm which ns mkt, would be bast solved by th** ap|M cation of th* principle* adv.sated by < hrto-ttaa people, which were Holiday reel and religious education.  Dorse; & Moi, I Belle strut  ALWAYS AHEAD  With the aim of Leading in my Line of Business I have Received a Large Stock of  BYZANTINE RUGS  The Latest in he Market, in all Sizes and Collis, A FINER AND BETTER RUG than the SYRMA RUG, at the Sams Price.  The Citizens of Alton and Vicinity art Cordially Invited to CAU and Kxnminu thong RUGH. I nm not afraid of mn iMpffffliffi of (intr Quality.  /rn tt YT’r^'to to* rn    "rn*  «nLe ft# ■    «#-# W JE2LftJE-JiJL-J8i  ova TOO (IMM ANO tots  nos $10 ss to I’!, aa  responsible, and ha wa* sent to jail to awalt  r \ The coroner's  five of them la  the actio.I of the grand jar  jury  uut  ** ° I** 11  *•  vored tic* release of Gates,    but    the    sixth  man. H I* Tri.*, beld oui for    murder and  filmily swung the other Ava  aw remain wire mw     n fn» r   Vicinity -FOR LO!” thew) ManyA*V,ni -.ii ( | laauguratlng a System of Small FTUBX. al  Sharp Competition. Be It therefore,  Th* Poem* Rollway*.  Washington CITY, March 18.—President Adams of the Union Pacific Railroad company, addressed th# house committee un Pacific railroads, on H**m!*»r Frye's funding bill Us opposed th* bill. winch, he says, will not he to th)* mivantagc of th# govern-iiuiitor of the Union Pacific. Hv soys the frater*of the bill have fall*** toto th* error a: imposing on s willing detour terms more onerous tim a the debtor con bear.  Th* Whale Town Moved.  Rocky Fond, Cklto, March la—Tbs entire population of lh* ti* wa of Wild, si tooted on the southern 2ne ct Power* oonnlf ami located by eastern people, pawed through ILicky Font lost wusk and looated to Oxford. thirty mf he eato of Rfohiu, in tbs Ar-V-« valley, The company anotaded of a Unit thirty famOtaa, wtK. took with theta their bourns Baken aport), a blacksmith shop, stores, eta Their reawjo for moving was th* loss of crops  /ewe* of Florida.  Dane ut, Rich,, Mar cl. 18.—Es-Her nun J sues of Florida, whom eeooatricttuw have famished fr**|o#ot ast .sate n* for Dulfoit for two years posh wwd* a tatter Iron thh city saying that MW- Pahoa is and has been for fcmn hi* ailtaiiroid Ostkoik wife. and at tbs prop* Bm* he feels amaroid that they WHI come together bafur# the holy altmr of their holy church and there before high heaven render to Ood their mutual vows a* sot w.fa Nothing lint esccpl tonal atrcunwUncsss, be osys, could have tnduoed atm to n.aho this statement at this tine*  Hot riff Ms Sh* Mark.  Frmwtma, Pa, Horah ML— Mr. awm, af Carnegie A Co., toys that th* KOM Son* of Rnsssmer p% trow ordered by the Arm from Alabama proves to ba ffnflt f»v th# mak mg of steel It roo talus too much pboa-Itborns sod sufphor Th# ftna srfll order no more soutiiern Iron and Mr IsrtahmaA mys the s. ut 'ism ores will never ba shipped to this district ast any extensive enate.  Inten^'wboii ‘ in'US*  CLOTHING, ROOTH, 8HOEH, FURMHHW aud DBY GOODH, to Call on  THE GLOBE.  They Got Fat UU  WASH!.'*-ATON OTT, March ll—The president bas sent to th* amate the folio* lug nomination*; United Hisn* cotan!# WUJ-U„. H. Presto,i, of New York, at < -gnac; J. ti. Kellogg, of Louisiana, at Stettin A. W. Htreet, of New York, at Coatioook; H. B. Zeigler, of Iowa, at AU ted Lapel to; J. R. Dan!orth, of Pcuneyivania, at \ errors and Liege.    _  USD BK IT FURTHER  They Object to Opeo Seeelm*.  Washington City, March lh—In the sa-nn t aesion th# Call ro*<oluUut»B for cottsnlor-kig in    h*~ion    tie    u.*mmatl«m    of    Dtw  trust Ju »g * Hwnyns and District Attorney Htripling of the northern dwtrict of Fior-  kla, were rejected after brief denote by large majorities.    _  Devtdsms’s fteusiaetiua Coiifft w»e*t.  Wakhinuton City, Mar I* 18- Th# senate in wvFH ■>■**.*-n ha* confirm^*! th** noenl-uatto') of Andrew Day trivia of Nix York, t„ Ie first deputy commtastooef of pensiona  Lyoehed for a Brutal Cr!ase.  Naohviixh, Ten., March JA—At Qnds-4m, this state, Hsary Williams, oolared, was taksn front jail by a mob and shot to duo th for aa attempted assault ob Mfa* Ttotter, an aged white lady living near this plat*, un Fat* AB taari W t)Horns entered her house at night and after leering ber nearly ted. at), was frightened away Arum some  Contract Laborers Weare*.  NBW Yoke, Marsh Ut—The government  ck jo tract tabor Inspector* were at Castle Garden Monday. They ousted  about the charges mad# fa th* public print# r negfigs  re to pron through t In oil th* -mig ran* kl toe garden  aa to their nrgbgenoe to allowing hundreds of contract taborets to pass through Mi) gsr* ‘ Ii toff  they failed to And one contrast taboret.  Death af a Chivage ries»»r. Chicago, March lh—J. Toting Scammon, lawyer, badiner, railroad man, puUtabar politician, philanthropist, end wall know,, ctttaen, who hod been identified with Chicago history, both early and present, died Monday TV md ascs* at • o’stouk In tbs  morning-    .............  * Copy of thi« be seat to THE GLOBE.  CIT! OF ALTON AND DOBBS.  Committee,  llSMlod th. Isdi.iat.si,  Jackson, Mien, Maro u ii—Th* ladiete nMbt against John L. Hnillvan has beon leashed by Uh** supto rn.* ry»urt on the ground ai Mug deb I. vs to it* averment*, reversed (be caw* ->u I ro manded th,* defendant ti) the next term of Urn Marion county court to an-such in iictment as may bu found against him ttwrs.  Th* lily tai th* Fewto trial.  Mthratous, Mina., March Kl—Th# Journal's Ashland, Wta, special *mym Ilia jut / In the Ferris trial has base out forty hours, amt tilers ie yet ao sign af a verdict.  It ut geotvally believed that the yay will disagree.  Me fssUhwsst •* FH th* < rim*.  Pombnoy, o . March lh. —C. F. OrkwreU, a mem taw of a tfaohrtral troupe, entsred W. A. Aroheris >*w *lry store, thraur down a $10 Conf sitars to nota mid airily aakid f«r “Two ira' An otiMgtug (dark swe ( it the note toto a drawer and handed over the aga When the character at th# MU   idtaoovcrwi Cl ta well waa arr.»ted, l»ut  char gas of pawing a counterfoil and of fate) pre! no ass soooessivsly failed to stick, an I tow prohtam of ll ding rn punishment to Ut the ort me ta sUU unwdvwl  ^Vorid^  THROW ASIDE YOUR FURL MATHUS AVD IlfTWT IN  Garland Stoves and Ranges.  Builders’ Hardware a Speciality. I have the Finest Line of Carpenter's Tools in tho?City.  right with a Netless Here*-Thief.  Ran ABOMA Tex., March MI—Jett Hbtehta and C. L Broome, of Bangor county, left lier* wtih warron** from Kl l*»a. to •rreet a Mcxteun borwwthtef nam* I Atar-vfa> Batanerw, eta) wa* living with his liber, Agrpitevto, about t».*n«y Iv*  (  mitau east of h.*rov On reaching th-ir l«.us» a light ensuwt, which resulted in beth Mexicans being killed and Br,*.rn* rwwlvmg a xxrtaiw* wound ta his sIkhi »I sr. Hhtekta was atau sitghtiy aho* in th* left hood.  Granite aid Japanned Vue. A. Ll. Floss  Third Street, opp. Belle. Telephone M.  Mad Dog Lens* to Gethaan NBW Y'ffi. March lh.-A nuai dug ran Ihruogti th* strowts at this city and bit two boys and a un a Th* dug wa* finally killed by a (MiUortnon. Th# injured (wreuns hod (heir wosmde drawled at tbs hospitals Tho  a bud bunn mode mod by some buys who P lag u.ri It aud choked it with • raps  HD MNDIBT-n.  OUR NEW STOCK IS NOW NEARLY COMPLETE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.  Died as th* Ag* *f »« Yr***.  Ban FoAffomoo, March UL—OU Gabriel, th* nrimtoo Indian, who woe known es the oldest •»»** oo rite Pestflc mast died Hun der al tbs alms tam*, to Batinas, M< ntervy euwnty, ta hts 151st year. Gabriel had no •pedal dias*ss ex'wpt old aga He was vigorous and active to tbs tatiL  A Frees# to Neath Caranna. ClAUUteYiMl, R a, Mer h 18.-The mer ' cury was .town to to degree tore Buolsy.  It is f-sro-t that great da.r'Ag baa been dons ; to til. truck crop It ta th* first hard frees# bar* this winter.  DeetrnrOve Flew as BtrhvtUa. Mu,  KinsviUA Mu., March 14-day night, starting frown sa •tov* to B f Ta whin’s dry fends Mora, destroyed tbs! building, Ute fir* National budding end several other tmatnsm Th* total tam ta ftttO.UQO, lnsur-MJM  New Carpets and Oil Cloths, Rugs, Wall Paper ana Window Shades, Lace Curtains, Poles. Chains and Upholstering Material.  A Chicog* Failure.  (.’nicu.no, Moi (.A Ii —J. Joy lumber broker, having su ofitaw to th* Royal insurant)# buUding, mad* an aastgnaaffri to Q. A.  Nev Desips, Nev Goods. Nev CesN Prices  We Respaotfutly Invite Iliff Public to CAU and Examine our Large Stock.  A. NEERMANN.  Aa, -   

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