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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - March 18, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                TUESDAY MAKCH 234 BIOS nn that he has established in a building purchased for the vwo purpOBe a SANITARIUM for the BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL Tfe during many years has convinced him that all diseases SS3imore luocessfnlly in an Institution of this under the sion of the and with the aid of means not other than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers pn and the surrounding are free fcJaU nXoSS It Is readily rlaohed by the Second street horse are as perfect Is possible from knowledge of sanitary science and the reqolremente of such an BlSity In all to forms Oxygen and its compounds are provided as may be requiredI by pa fta addition to such other treatment as may be deemed A LARGE SOLARIUM For Bun Baths and exercise in cold and Inclement is Bach patient is thoroughly examined by and receives his personal That Is What Troubles the Worlds Fair EXPOSITION WILL BE HELD IN Bo Sny tho Majority of tho Committee Appointed to Attend to the How of New Wait Sat Down tiy of AVHBlilngton City Notes of Interest to the Bending WASHINGTON March With the exception of one section the worlds fair bill Is ready to report to tho This seo is not In a fair way to be dis posed of It concerns tha financial plan on which tho fair is to bo and it cnused a long controversy at tho meeting of tha committee on Monday morning when the committee met fche members present were Chairman Can Hitt and Springer of Belden and of Now nnd Hatch of The troublesome section was taken but it soon became obvious that the committee could come to no agreement on and It was pusead over for the pres The Fair To Be Held In The eighth which provides for the time of holding the leaving blank the was also the cnuse of some Candler offered an providing that a quudricentonnial celebration be held on and tho fahthe following Qiit and as Chicagos rep declined to vote on this amend and It was voted Hatch hud Flower hi the and Candler In the Another the time of holding the fanfrom April 80 to Oet 189ij was offered and An adjournment was taken without action on the fifth WOODS LITTLE FOR THE RECEPTION OF For further information address ENOS at the corner of George and Third Children Cry for Pitchers RESOLUTIONS UNANIMOUSLY ADOPTED lie Boflil Cili lie and Vicinity Pleased Ms Royal To remain wltjb the Good People of this LQ these Many s attci a Hvstem of Small i J om Be it T That i when in Need and to Call on THE AND IT FURTHER to longer all of us U wnd for all tUcir viood Uwt a Copy oi tWi be sent to TUB GUBK with tl W and of Directly Con tradicts Irlvnto Secretary WASHINGTON March Ohio ballotbox forgery was given a little more Investigation Saturday by the house special The witness was of Cincinnati He contradicted Gov ernor Forakers private on almost every point of that gentlemans testi mony relating to himself He had not told Kurtz that he had read Forakers Music hall speooh and that It was a corker nor told Kurtz that Representative Camp bell now governor had been twice to see President Cleveland In the interest of the passage of the ballotbox billj nor that be had seen a ballotbox contract signed by leading Witness had told Poraker when the latter told him of what he expected Wood to do regarding the famous confraot not to place too much confidence in a man like Foraker said ha had the highest evidence that Campbell and others woro in the contract Witness had never seen the original forged paper had he Been it he would have stopped matters right thera The names of Sherman and Butter worth on the paper would have damned it in his Snndg was ill when Kurtz gave Ms and telegraphed the committee not to close the investigation until he Sands had been Up by tne WASHINGTON March body of a white man was cast up by the tide on the bank of the eastern branch of the Po tomac Sunday It was badly de but it has been Identified to the satisfaction of the police as tho remains of Benjamin the paymasters olerk of tho marine corps who disappeared in De cember last Jones went away Christmas His wife received a letter from the next morning saying that he would never His hat was found in the river on the day An elimination of Jones accounts developed a shortage of IV A Chance for the WASHINGTON Maroh In through Jones of intro duced in the senate by a bill pro viding that soldiers who have lost both eyes or one arm or one or both arms or both legs may marry some one to take care of him After his death the widow is to ro oelve a pension so long as sue remains his In case of desertion for six the soldier may obtain divorce areugh a county court for and Held Out for WASHINGTON March in quest was hold on the remains of Charles a boy who was accidentally shot with a rifle by a lad named George Gates oti The jury found Gates and he was tent to jail to await thBOotiou of the grand Thecoroners ory WOK out two Five of them fa vored tbo ruleaue of but the eixUi held outfor murder and lually swung the other The Puolfle WASUINOTON March Adams of the Union Pacific Railroad com addressed the house committee on c on Senator Fryas funding m He opposed tho he will not be to tho advuntaga of tha govern tor of the Union Ha soya the rnniMs of the have fallen into the error of on a willing debtor terms more onerous tlmii tlio debtor can Thoy Got Fut TON March pres ident has sont to the senate the following nominations United States oomulsWUl lam of New York at Cognac J of nt Stettin W of Now at B Zoiglor of AlxleChapollej R of at Vorvlors Bud They Object to Open WASHINGTON March those orot umion Call for consider liiir In open llu nomination of Dls wayne and District Attorney pKo tho northern district of Flor rejootod of tor brief by largo Nomination WABUINOTOW Maroh 18 Tho sen ate In has confirmed tho nomi nation of Andrew of to be first duputycoiuniUsiomirof THE PERIL OF THE Five Sttllors Drowned nt light March steamer Doflnnce arrived hero from nnd Burgess reported tlmt On York Bpit lighthouse he saw a schooner ashore and sunk oh the near tho west About the same time a yawl containing five men left the sunken schooner nnd pulled for the Tho wind was blowing with terriflo and as the boat approached the lighthouse It was thrown against the iron piles and swamped and all five men wero thrown The men grasped the iron rods of the piles in a des perate struggle for but the sea dashed over them with such force that they were soon fell and were Saw All the Men A short time previous a boat had been low ered from tha lighthouse and a man was seen to si Ip down a pile and jump into The boat on getting loose drifted The Do Bonce ran up alongside the drifting boat and threw the man a line and he hanlcd on Be proved to be Jamw toe second keeper of the He stated that the five shlpwreckad men were drowned In his presence and he was nnable to render them any assistance on account of tho violent seas dashing over It is mpposed the schooner is on oyster vessel and was trying to run into Bast but It It impossible to learn her name or tha names of tho Capt Burgess reported the disaster to the collector of customs and he forwarded it to the depart A COMPLAINT FROM Tho Alliance Sets Forth Bad State of March Farmers Alliance through presidents addreamd an open letter to the Kansas delegation in calling then attention to the alarming condition of the agricultural in torests of this and demanding legisla tion for The letter says We call attention to the fact that a single law Brni in one city in southern Kansas now ha the contract for the foreclosure of This means homesteads transferred from the hands of so many ift dustrious families to the hands of cwp either domestic or Intentions ot the The foreclosures of these In accordance with a preconceived Spur jWee t gain possession of these them with a more servile tenantryimported from foreign lands for the Bpetditl Foreclosure and are In very many parts of the anO Wbmeet1 not go all the way to Europe to wltnet scenes of cruelty In matters of thls4Un All over the state the homes of our jpeople are They are struggling ogalns adverse and again to sustain themselves until relief Shall C1TI OF ALTON A Battery ofBoilers March Street pumping a part of the legheny water works was com pletely wrecked by the explosion ofAbat tery of sixty horse power a son of the superlntendiaBt of the was badly The ruins took but the flames wero sopaex Several bricks from the wrecked building were hurled through the of the residence of John opposite striking in the room where dine were They estaneffln but their house was set wr BioifTte total loss caused by the explosion Is about Explootnn of March used for refining saltpeter m the flint gtaw works of Tatum caught fire about 8 oclock In the morning and raAtew owing to Hbo inflammable nsJtoire of tho contents almoit Some water throwa by men on the adjoining eomtdam cated with the salt peter causing a axploslon shaking the grounoriih quakoandiihBttertaffwIndoWii in The firemen hod an of hair and clothing nearly burned The Whole Town BOOKY March iaThe en tiro population of the townof situated on the southern lino of Powers county and located byeaatern Rocky Ford last and located at Ox thirty mlleseart In tMe Ar kansas The company oonstetAdof about thirty with Jthajn their houses taken a blacksmith Their reason for moving was the loss Not Up to the March Irish of Carnegie says that the tons of from AlWwnw proves the making pf ft oontalw thoB pborus and tirder no more southern Iron and Letehmftn aays the southern ores will never be shipped to thto district ou any extensive Iiynohed for a Brutal March Gads this Henry token from jail by a mob and shot to death for an attempted aienult on Mlas an aged white lady llriug near this on 28 laib Williams entered her house at night and after beating bar nearly to death was frightened away fromsomo Contract Maroh governmont contract labor Inspectors were at Castle Garden buried themselves about the oUargns made in the public AS to their negUgenoB in allowing hundreds of contract laborers to pass through tin gar in all the emigrants In tho garden thoy failed to find ona contract hat of William Who Died In New DN SNTURES IN BRITISH Bis Home and Crops Burned Daringan Insurrection Narrow Ksnapo from Death Ht the llnniln of Ills The In Acoompa by a Faithful Body nal AirlvBl at New York NBW Mareh career full ol romance fame to nn end when William Sills dlud In Eiwt street In this Ellis bagah life as a pupil of his who was one of the most expert wood carv ra in this The chanoal of Trinity church Is a monument of their ami the figureheads on all tho then famous Black tell line of steamers were the work of thfllr About nfteeu ago the BplHt ot aduenture took complete control of the rounger be left his comfortable mme and sailed to the British Investing his monoy In land he began tho cultivation of During an insurrec tion among the natives his house was burned and his crops HaleBreadth Accompanied by his fatih ul body servant be escaped in a after many they reached a plague stricken Both wero token down with and the servant Ellis wasnursed back to life by ttis daughter of a native chief In whose house ttwy found When be regained strength to travel ha started for Ou reaching New York he learned that bis children bad all died during his Disheartened for a time he again began the battle for Two maiden with whom ho made tie had to be provided Fortune seemed atlost to smile upon and he was soon the owner of worth of raw cotton Lived in Genteel It was stored in a warehousj and a pur chaser had been The day before the to have been consummated tho building and its contents were he begun the manufacture of a boiler llio chemicals uswl In making oomponn 1 were absorbed into his system and ho again For two years he Irid boon aud he and his two unmarried sisters ItveJ hi gen teel SECRETARY TRACYS Stuck on a Shoal on Board the March Will lam of the steamer reports that the United States steamer Dispatch Is ashore on Cedar Point Copt Quogh egan pulled on tho Dispatch until H oclock Sunday but failed to move It is thought the vessel will remain ashore un til a lull In the northwest wind perinita the water to rise In the Secretary Tracy and a party are on board bound to Tho secretary Is accompanied by Wllmerdlng and Miss Wilmerding and and Building Lots Sak Corner Main ajid Eighth and Ninth and Bluff two each for Alton Fifth One Hundred Lots ranging in to one hundred feet and 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 Maij I ALWAYS AHEAD With the aim of Leading in my Line of Business I have Received a Large BYZANTINE RUGS The Latest in he to all Sizes and A FINER AND BETTER RUG than the SYRMA at the Sams The Citizens of Alton amd Vicinity Art and Examine these I am not1 afraid of on tfoeir Ihu Marcli Indict atwt John Sullivan been wprcmo wmrt on thegrouna It bolus tletoutlve to rjvema L nwl rumuwled to Uw next torui of tlw Mwrlon oounty court to Indlotment on way be fomnj of a Chicago Maroh Young railroad and wUoI hod Uen identified with Chi oazo both early ami diod end came at 6 oclock In ttw The Jury in Moron Journals pwiftl soyn In the Perrln trial out forty that the jury wW A Freuw In South oury WM dawu to 84 Buudsy It thiit gmt bwn U trtfuk crojl ft tlw ftrri bore tbU BUhop Delotate Maroh Emperor Will iam in a letter to the popo Informs him that he appointed Bwhop of one at tho to represent Germany at tho labor imd asserts that he depends upon tba supiort of tho Cathollo clergy In Bottling the social In replying to the letter the popa thanked the emperor for appointing Bluhop and declared that htinselt and tho church hod always been Interested In the question he would be best solved by tho appli cation of tho principles adverted by Chris tian which were Sunday rest and re ligious Jones of March Jones of whose eccentricities have fnrnUhed frequent sensations for for two years senls a letter from thfa city saying that Miss Palms is and has been for years hte afflonoad Catholic and at he propar time he feels assured that thoy wMl come together before the holy altar of heir holy church and there before high wavan rimdor to God their mutual vows as man npd Nothing but exceptional he could havo Induced ilia to nialco tbli statement at thin No PuuUliment to Vlt tho O member of a theatrical entered Archers Jowolry threw down a 10 Confederate note and airily asked for fcwo An obliging olerk swept the note into a drawer and handed over the When the character of tho bill was discovered Ofaiwell was but bargee of passing a counterfeit and of false retenses successively failed to and be problem 6t Biding a punishment to fit the crime Is still Fight with Mexican IlorieTlil AK March Shields and of Bangor eft here with warrants from El Paso to arrest a Mexican horsethief named Aler viso who was living with his about twnntyflve miles oast of On reaching thoir Uouw L light which resulted in both Mex caus bolug killud and Brooino receiving a geriouu wound in his gtiouM Shields wai aUo slightly shot in the left Mud Louse In Nuw March mad dog ran through the streets of this city and bit two boys and a Tho dog was finally killed by a The Injured persons tittd their drwuwd at the The dog had buen made mad by some bays who 3 plftguixl It and choked It with a Died at tbe Age of 101 BAN Maroh tna mission who was known the oldest man on tho Podflo died Bun day ftt UM houki lu Montnrcy In his IBlst Gabriel bad no special dlwMe except old Be was vig orous and auUva to tha last Destructivt Mt Morch Batmr Ay ntwtlng from aa iWWklnidry gojdi stroyed tliit First bmk ImilJlng and Wferal other tnuinw total lots U Iniur OVER 700 KINDS AND BIZE8 FROM TO THIMNUINI It THROW ASIDE YOUE FUBL Builders Hardware a I have Finest Line of Carpenters Tools AT ThM Telephone OUR NEW STOCK IS NOW NEARLY COMPLETE IN ALL ITS New Carpets and Oil Wall Paper and Window Lace Cur Chains and Upholstering Material A Obloogo Mwwh lumber bro uhrtog au otHoe in tao Royal to We Respectfully Invite the Public to call and Examine our Large   

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