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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - March 24, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALTON PATLA TELEGRAPH  VOLUME 29.  ALTON, ILL., MONDAY EVENING, MAUCH 24, 1890.  NO. 239  WRAPPED IN A FLAG.  Items of Interest Flashed der the Sea.  Un-  THE PARNELL COMMISSION’S REPORT.  Dr. J. W. Enos Sanitarium,  ALTON, ILL.  na BWOW announces that he has nntabliehed in a building purctuuod for the ^    purpose    a SANITARIUM for the  TREATMENT OF ALL CURABLE DISEASES.  BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL.  His experience during many years has oonvinoed him that all di»eaeea san be managed more successfully in an institution of this kind, under the sountaat supervision of the physician, and with the aid of means not other’ wise at command, than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers st intervals of several hours or days.  The position of the SANITARIUM is high, and the surrounding are free lK>m all noxious influences. It Is readily reached by the Seocnd street horse sirs, and is near the Union Depot.  The building is large, and arrangements are as perfect as is possible from • knowledge of sanitary science and the requirements of such an institution.  Electricity in ail its forms; Oxygen and its compounds; Bath*, Douches, Ifaasage. Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided aa may be required by patten*, in addition to snob other treatment as may be deemed advisable.  A LARGE SOLARIUM  For Sun Baths and exercise in cold and inclement weather, etc., is provided.  Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Boos, and receives his daily personal attention.  NTow Open  FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS.  For further information addrm Dr. ENOS at the SANITARIUM, corner of George and Third hts., Alton, III.  It la Adopted In the Krum of Lords on Motion of the Merrill* of Xalisburjr— Pointe In the flebnte — L*bou<-h#r#‘s Motion In th* Hiidm of Commons to Abolish Hert-dUnt-jr Representation In the Lords—Wales at Berlin.  London, March 84.—Tho Marquis of Rhliitltury moved in the house of lords that Ute report of the Parnell cumuli anion be ap proved. The Parndlites, he said, congratulate I tttemwlvee upon being found not , guilty on certain chargee; hut there was evidence to abow that the Parnellltos in parliament w. re ready to make use of crimes committed by Parnellites outside of parliament, The Irish parliamentary party had their bands on tile throttle-val re of crime [“Heart h Hr!”) i od let go or restrain criminality as their political necessities required. Tbs comm im) on had la bi bare and Indicated tbs spirit of these aspiring gorarnors of Ireland. Here were men whoa- political objects were systematically pursued by means leading to outrage and murder, and their political career ought to warn tbs country I aforehand what would be the fate of loyal adherents of tho crown if ever these conspirators got control of Ireland The bouse owed thanks to the compilation for Ate impartial exposure of this episode In th- history of Ireland.  Th* Motto* Finally Adopted.  Buroo Herschell attacked the <®w*i<lad character of Lord Balisbury’s speech ta referring only to the charge# on which the Pa met lites ware found guilty and omitting mention of lbs graver ' barges on which they were acquitted. The government, he said, had constituted a new court, creating it by political means, to try political opponents, and even this court bad law constrained to cl ar tile Fumet libs on all but charges on winch th* government did not dare to invoke the infliction of a practical penalty. A long debate ensued, at tbs close cf which Lord Mai is! Airy's motion was adopted with nit rn division.  LABOUCHERE AFTER THE LORDS.  Me Prwposes a Motion ta Abolish Hereditary Ile presentation.  London, March '.'A—In the b hiss of commons Pi I'iny night Le boucher* moved the atolit ion of he military repr tentative# in parhntneut. Democracy, ho said, was now a mali!) . and hereditary pears ware in fatal and eternal antagonism to dacnocracy. The people would repudiate the idea that hundreds of mea    born    with    the privilege  of legislating as a cia* Tbs bouse had boutre It the spectacle of men excluded from jockey clubs and race courses being allowed to legislate upon national affairs. 1-1 welly a Jones seconded the motion, and a division aas taken, resulting in its rejection by a vote of an to law.  Th# Remains of Gen. <’i*ooh Guarded by a Detail of Soldiers.  CRIC too, March 84. —The remains of Own.  George Crook lay wrapped in a d ig in room j Kar 838 855 in the Grand Pacific hotel. They were guarded by Lieut Taggart and tut non-oom-miwdnned officer! from Fort SIn-r.'dan. They were Bergh McCrnady, Bergt. Lund, Bergh Fox, Bergh Miller, Corporal Henn and Cor-Rummy. The men were attired in new uniform# with helmets and shining accouter* moots. They had watch *! over the body in reliefs ail night and arc to continue the vigil until the body is removed. A few fr cunt* of Gen. Crook sent fi<> wen to the room. The tokens consisted of bunches of lilies, violets and roses,  Arrival af Relatives.  Col. Corbin, who Ii.» direct charge of the arrangements at the hotel, said that the body would Ile In state in the gentlemen’s parlor. The parlor has already been cleared of unnecessary furniture Mrs. Ratal, slater of Mrs Gen. Crook, said that the tatter had spent a restless night Bb* ted wept all through the lonely hours and was quite tick. Two brothers of the dead soldier—  Walter and diaries Crook of Dayton, Ohio —arrived at the hotel. Bharti/ after they were shown to Mrs Crook's apartment*.  Ex-Preside I Hayes will act aa an honorary pall-bearer  HIE Filii SOVEREIGNS.  Women Scare at Registration Placet.  A OREAT FALLING OFF REPORTED  Children Cry for Pitcher’s Castorla.  RESOLUTIONS  UNANIMOUSLY ADOPTED  By I Bio J Citizens cf ill and Vicinity nill tain id Jersey Coonties.  WHEREAS, It has Pleased hie Royal Nibs,  Th* Prince and the Emperor.  BKALIX, March 84 —The emperor gave a butqirt at the Hchioaa in honor of the Prince of W*b*u Th# emperor cerer ted Princess Prederich Charles lob the banquet hall, and the Prince of Wales gave Ida arm lo the empress. Among th'we present were the new clutneellor, 0 a. Vim Caprlvl; Coni* Von Moltke an i Count Von Walders#. The emperor proposed a toast to the Prince of Wales, i i pressing himself a* pleased to ae# a iGprmeiitative of the British army in the uniform of a regiment named after Blucher, who, with th- Duke of Wellington, baal mingled German and British blood on tbs Acid of tattle. H# hoped that their fleets end their armlet would a ill continue to am operate In th# muse of pesos Th* Prince of Wales respond**  111  German, expressing his    and drank to the health of the  emperor and the welfare of the empire  Disasters at flea.  Loudon, March 84. —It la known that th* British steamer Vleant, Bound from Salina, Roumania, for this port, broke ter shaft at sea and was abandoned. Th* captain of the  A.  D  To remain with the Good People of this Vicinity “FOR LO!” these Many Nears after Inaugurating a System of Small I rout, and Sharp Competition. Be it therefore,  RESOLVED. That we Consult par Own Interests, when Iii Need of ^o«l <«'*!*• CLOTHING, ROOTS, HI I OKS, FURNISHING and DBY GOODS, to Call on  THE GLOBE.  AND BE IT FURTHER  RESOLVED, That in order to keep We •while longer we mil of us agre* to sand •** **, .  )W  up mrs a,nj A- HILDEBRAND, for all their viood < »ooda »t LOW I RIC KS,  ^ * Copy of thia be sent to WK GLOBE.  Virent with eight of the steam «r’a arew have arrived safely at Parrot Th* mat# and fourteen belonging to the ship’* ooinpany ere naming, and ars supposed to have been  lost  Dcxdbx, March SA— Advices from Rattray Head, County of Aberdeen, are to th* stT- t that the steamer Ethel Gwendoline, engaged la th# coasting wad*, foundered off that place. Bevea of the craw of th* Ethel Gwendoline were drowned.  A Hopeful View.  Paris. March SM.—In aa tatervtow Boo ut Beoadetti, who was French amtwasador at  Berlin at th# outbreak of th# Franco-Prussian war, mid that in his opinion thor., was or. muse f'-r alarm In the resignation of prim** Bismarck. Tits only langur to the ue,wv of Europe, be declared, would emu# from th* Uuit iering by Rigour Crisp!, ‘be Italian prkmr minister, or th# powibi* bankruptcy of Italy. _  THEY ROBBED AN EXPRESS COMPANY  Requisition Paper* Issued tor Charles Near!* and William Paia*.  Bt. Paul, Mina, March 24.—Governor Merriam hat ts«ued requisitions on Qovtrnor Toole, of Mod tans. for Charles A Bear la  and William C. Pain *, arrested at Missoula, on the charge of robbing th* Northern Pm cific Express oom|>auy of |15,(J00 at Brainerd, Mina., eight mouths aga The agent of the Express comp my at Bt. Paul wilt #80,000 la gold (a two bags un th* Portland express Th* money was intended for nae in paying off th# Northern Pacific help la the Brainerd shops  Rena of Geed Parents.  Tbs particulars of the robtary ham been Uttia discussed and ar* not much known, aa toe com piny gave aa little notoriety as possible to the ens* Suspicion tee from tbs first be-n mat upon Un* two men now held, l®t every effort to obtain a reoano therefor has failed, we pt the smiler/ one that Paine was long a trusted and conli sn ti* I employ* of the company, C baric* Bear I# ba am of ex-Aldermen tv ar I#, and a young bu* I new, man of tbs hustler kind. Pains is a son of William Paine, Br., no* of the big, st property owners of th- city.  CONTAINED 25,000 WOR DG.  Senator Hlalr's Or#*! Mystefc en the Kda-rational HUL  Washimotom C ITT, March 81—Senator Blair's great speech on th* educational IAU has been published la The Coagvemtooal Record at last, and embraces ninety-four quorto pages of minion, with many columns of solid nonpareil THer*» ar - at least 86,-000 words ha the speech, and lf it war* printed and bound la ordinary book form It would make a considerable volume, aa large aa no* volume of Blame** reminiscences It b not a , bad speech when on* comes to look over it, but b filled with excellent ideas and aa amount of information on the educational system of the country ti Let Carnot be obtained elsewhere. There b also a good deal of sensational Information regarding th* question of illiteracy in the a uth and th* attempts of the while peopb in that section to deprive th* colored roo* of th# privilege* of education. The senator ha# been year* collecting this material and lf he had used It In an attractive form he would have created a sensation by Re disclosures.  Paul Provides a Medal  Bouton, Macs , March 81—Mine. Patti, accompanied by Mrs A bt ay aal ber old-time teacher, Big Rot,>11, paid a visit to the Hew England Conservatory of Music, and signalised the event by giving the institution a medal to be awarded each year to tho beet vomlhMs The medal will be known aa the Patti medal, and ta open to th* pupils of any of the schools connected with th* ooneervatory. Proficiency la vocal culture b tbs coly tart oe which it* award b to ha baaed. Patti was given an enthusiastic re caption by th* 8U0 girls of th* school  Withdrew from the Trust.  New York, March H-Oppte Bran ft With, Jewelry dealers and  lecturers at Na 85 Maiden lane, have withdrawn from til# national association of Jobber* in American watches, giving aaa reason that they do not aw* to do bukh*#* at a loss The Arm tea been oonn-cted with th* trust ainee its organisation in INB. Tbs purpose of the trust was the maintenance of price* This ie th* second withdrawal within the last two waste  Railway Cut at It Louie  Bt Lo®ut, Mo., March 84—Th* Republic prints th* following; On Munday next, th* Missouri Pacific railroad will make a straight rat* of ti 90 from Kansas City lo Pueblo, Denver aud Colorado Springs, to meet tbs manipulation on the part of eom-  Btorv, a bo arerlreedy selling to Pueblo via var and arranging through brokers for to* redemption iff th* rempoa for th* Jour  And Net Fully Accounted tor by Auy Es* plenetton Offered— How They Auswer to the Qorat Iou a* to Age—The Omelets Rot a Hit Hee*—Os# Mea Whose Oh lei si Newly, la aa Good aa Takea—Aa Off Year ta Local Politics.  Tor ut a, Kan., March 84 —Th# registration f«»r iii * coming municipal cacti,him in ell the cit b s of Kansas, has cb cod. Th* chief In tor ct lies in the r, gLtrat tm of lady voters of th* various cities ami I he cora- j par la. ii of their nuiub-r with previous j years Th# result this year shows that in all th-towus interest la woman suffrage is not on tho nxv‘nae True, this is an “off year" rn local pod ti.* and no questions upon which women can vote are b-for* tho people, but yet th# regts'ratioo has laden off in a greater degree th in aas ,xpeeu*.l  Noes* Apr# mea Ca#,*#.  Topeka th d your registers about WJU worn,rn, against over t,SM last year; Atcbi-p«n rvgt»!er» only a Utile over AJO, Leavenworth about tm, sad otter towns in the vicinity show an equal ratio of d--Trass Tits registration in Topeka is very largely re end to I from what is known as tbs better cie (WW, ami tow negro women lux va registered Diis '• no-, unled for, however, by th* statement Dull fully two-thirds tbs former colored (opuUtkm of Top*kn ha vs gone tx asak boma, in Oklahoma. In Kansas City, Man., torc# Is a large registration, bul mostly composed of onions) women, and th* lower doffer la Lawrence very HtU* int* -set is shown, and in non* of Um*» otto ere thcr# to be any lady candidates except for school cffic>-r<  Th* Delicate Question of Age.  The seen** at the place# of nv I .train® the lest day were quite lively. LmUea of refinement, wives of clergy ai a, lanker*, meridianto aad otters of . qual social rank, stood patiently in line with labotvr»,trw n|a, nog Me I and all oth»r grad, a of society. Each lady was asked her nims, ber residence, un I her ag* and occupation, Ila- ag* was invariably give*, with a little reluctant shrug and in a half whotper.  Nothing Menu About Nim.  The official always nodded his hen I simply as a sign that he understood. He we* n v«t lura>i enough to repeat tbs an-»sr In a Iou I tone, a# some ili-mannercd officials rn.gilt have dona. Several of th* /mitt jar Ldha bore little slip# of jut per up,® nit lek their Ages were writ leu. I base th, J quietly ex po-ai to th* registrar'soy# aad Le rvtua tied rn mu.  Have It la tor Mr. LalL Th# chief mtersst ink ti by the Topeka la Ii o In th* coming e .-.lion Ie to down Mr. Lull, a candklate for th* council la the Fifth ward, Mr. Lull is believed to bi guilty of taking * drink now and then, alai is alw* reputed to be mise I up in certain other I; ii i no rail ties which cannot ie- countenanced in Kennel The ladies of bu ward ar# almost ail regilt-ml, and they rn aa to plump their votes against him.  Ar Unnecessary Quest low. Washington City, Match vt —Tbs secretary of the navy ha-* amt to tbs sedate ta reply to n resolution of that body an estimate of th* expense* for a three-years' cruise around th* wtartd of on# Un# of batik) ship of 10,008 ton# displacement. Including the pay of a full complement of officers, men and stlahteot, coal supply, anim uni-ttoa for sutti»-wt>t gun practkw. an I alt incidental expense# of the cruise, except tbs cost of any repair*. Th* awor**ery rays the country bu* no haiti* ships of th* design*tai type yet, ami so the que® iou must bi answered by opportunity. H# also sa) a that th* service proposed is nu# Drat no conoaiv-alde so organ cy would ever lead the naval office to undertake His estimate Is 848,000  smooth. _    __ _  Wast* th* Marriage Anaaled. Cixcixxati, Ohio, March Si—Butt baa heed filed to annal the marriage of Charts* W. Howland, tbs wed-known photographer, who married M urn Emma Balli van on March I Is IV petition to annul tbs marriage, which ie brought by Alexander K Btowart a* guardian of Ho* land, it is alleged that Men Sullivan ka#w th* areek stab, of  Building Lots for Sale.  Corner Main and Dry, 150x120, for $500. Eighth and Market, 60x120, - - - - $460  Ninth and Markpt, 50x100,.....$350.  Bluff Street, two lots, each for - - - $150.  Alton st-, bet. Fifth dc Sixth, 60x120, $500. XXigrlxlAxxd Park..  Hundred Lots ranging in size from fifty feet front to one hundred feet and thirtyifront, all yery deep. Prioes from $50 to$500, on terms to suit purchasers.  One of the nicest residence plats in Alton.  Over IOO Houses and Lots in different  One  parts of tho city. Cull and see list.  n  A. J. HOWELL  DKAKKR IN  RUasrek Refuse*! th* Honor.  Berlin March vt.—A profound sensation , acy between Pueblo nod Denver. bos buro created bere by a report that th* j ss-chancellor, Prince Bismarck, tea refused j  to accept th* dukedom of Lau-nlmrg, aud J to*- dec -rati >a re®ferred atmo him by th#  -    4  CITY OF ALTON  SUBDEB!).  Committee  #mi*M. r, mid that Count Herbert Bismarck is arciii; th# acceptance of hi* resignal ion as niui ab r *»f foreign affairs  Lord ••Rentljr** Kfplloo tea Censure.  L»XOOH, March 84—Lord Randolph Churchill has rapid to the vote of censor* tar—t upon him by th# Tory workingmen of bk ouu«titu-ucy, s.®th Ped dinkum, asyla* ti.st I be ensure is h*»ty.<u»dtb-lrkoowl- ; alg.- of his speech obi toady imperial Thie x-i-r the flaw, he implicitly reb#* up rn tim* to modify their Judgment  Making Mach af th# Freachaaaa.  Paris, Mardi *1—In » taller re*wived j from Jute Bmv>n, now in Berlin, by a friend her*, the French statesman write: “We are received ber# Ak* g»i» mother officials dot pa.ipi- seeiii to think that they can do too much for us.* ______  Ta Prohibit l h Md Labor.  Bks mn. March 84—The labor eunfsreuct at its lug Saturday decided to prohibit the employment of children under 18 year* of Aff*-    ----  Anted aa Bismarck'# Ad vt ca.  BCR! tx, March 84-IV Berlin Ki t say* that Prince Bemar* k advised the emperor to epp int Gen. Von Caprin a* bis auo-  CARPETS, CURTAINS, CLOTHS, RUGS, Ac.  OIL  Our Prioes  WILL BE FOUND  LOWER* Considering Qualities and Styles-  Than lo a ny other bouse lo Alton. In couequenoe of the OREAT EXTENT of our HALES we are enabled ta do BtuioeM od a VERY CLOSE MARGIN mod it la a recognized fact that we handle by far  LARGER QUANTITIES OF GOODS  THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE CITY.  un- rn » nun mo «uu **i*t la.  rn  rn Clk  Nom I net 'aa Oer.flrmsd.  WAsetweme Crrr, March 84 —Th* se*iata In mkt*! a-#*.on ba* • mfl m 4 th# nom mat i ai et J .iii- a F. tin*, of VV m-onain, a* consul rn. iiroehvUla, GaoadA.  Usa. Rebeaeb Serteaslg IM.  Wa sh I sot*ii* t ITT. March 84 —Gen. Robert C. Beheni k is lying dangerously ill at his ro> I danes on Thomas cdrda Two physician* wert muuntuoed during th* day aad id* attendants, kl roast ie rn lion of his condition, did not think it od visa bi* to inform him of Gen. Crook’# death The general’s ad van real year* and uuderminad constitution excite apprehension among hie friends.  Th* Howey Quieted Their rears.  Br PaOL, Mind.. March 84 -TW# war • run oti th* Le Boeur lank of Michael Dorsa Friday morning, Cashier Hmfth, hearing tter* wa* * suspicion abroad that th* institution was unsound, took from th# vaults 11 OO, UUU aad placed It in full view upon tte counter* The run stopped lit mediately. The bank Is reportal thoroughly  aouad.    ^    ________________  Th# X agree* tret lag rbr asset vee.  CARLISI.*. Pa. March 84—Rev, O. W. Gray, speaking before th* Central Pennsyl venin Methodist coafereans bere on th* danger* frow th* Illiteracy of the southern negroes, said he |<ar et malty knew that ss grow were arming th»me*lvs# with Win-chsstet ritte. Th* statrumnt bas given rte to Birt <li*ai**k« leva  t on od Riddled with Bullet*.  BlRMtxufiAX. Ain., March 84 -Th* 'lead bodle* of four negro laborers have been found ta tbs wood* o ar Stockton, Bibb  toasty. Three el the budlet were riddled with bullets and the bead »f tbs fourth l ad hw« sov. red from tho body with sn ax Aa Inquest wa* bel I, but It wa* I awabi* ic learn how the negro* cam*  ta impossible to si Un t .*» to their death. I tnt aad s  lite  plaintiff’s adad, and for the purpler* at fraud inveigled him into a marriage, which It is claimed wa* duue bf eoiiflulng and oon-remiing Howland from his friands and -oar-reptliiooaly taking him befur* a justice who pt-formed the mart age ceremony.  Decline* Relief far the Miner*.  W ILEX'S A KRE, Pe, March 84—Mayor (X B Hulk®, of thie city, Ie in receipt et innumerable letters from the cities of this etal*, flew York. New Jersey end other stats* asking lf any help im needed in rd Irving th* dietrsas cd the mining population. Home of the nsoet generous offers of ansi**-anc* have been received, but to all he answers that no such help la nawJod. Wilkaa-iam is an exceptionally rich city aad her people ars vsry generous ta all stu b rex*rn. to sh* m abuadaatly Ride to care for b*r own poor. _ _ ..............  Tried Ie RUI the Mail Agent.  Bi em ixou cb Alt., Mar<-h 84 —At McCool, lite, F U Bl vins, a colored mail agent on Ute liiinnts v’-a’rai road, n .rroaiy rwapret h-mt klilxl A'tor Ii* Im I Ink a in tbs beal .aal! sack an t sicu: the door of th* ear sewn oft* tap;—d for ut se* ion tie peal nu sib -.tl-m to ibis na I sb-ii the train pulled mil co**!* unknown p.vwon ftrej two Mads of tot. *th<>t through lh# wmlow Tim agent was cut • y |lue Int no! other w me |a-Jured    _____  I ll uiuts Far in ars *«• led tort.  Momticxllo, IIL, Mal cb 84 —Th# fermetu of esatral lUiooL arc bring *w tai led by a frat In Wee ington under the title of T. Gee thai ft Bine They obtain the a Wire® of a large number of farmers, and thee Bond them a statement that the titles to titer farms sr# R<>; good without a patent from th* government, end mqote wh f*rui-<r to fowsrl them 88 and they will fnmtah the req# ire I dm amaut  Died aa a Railway Inns.  BOIT*lo, If V,, Maroa 84 — Heaval Mates c'ardoeo, a paseNiger <m an -ast-h.®a I leks Bhor* Iraki, >UhI wddealy in Ma afternoon bet w»*#a Dxukii k aa I Buffalo of broach®! rou-erupt* rn. IL -a on hi* way to the Aam, end Is eapjsml h> have h«ea h Fortug'tt-. j almahs’ He ba* r dative# ta Bsnsci* i art Cor.-ter Th -brr, of this city. to it char.*# of th# r.Miurn  D-»tttnts (twieg ta the Had.  G aer m l t v, Mi * . H «* !i ll —The water G-oni th* (hfuit rr#v*—* i.-- r*-e'»l th# l#rotei*t: rn Lr j# t, *r I M .» s *-li*s<«R che so bul rI p an** Urns mr * <i -s*«iu: % sfwiltet-  THROW ABIDE YuUH|I XEL KATE Ii 1 ) AND INY HNT IN  Marland .Sloven and Ranges.  Builders' Hardware a Speciality. I have the Finest Line of Carpenter’s Tools in the:City.  unite and Japanned fare. A. L. Floss  Tbi r d Street, opp. Belle. Telephone 98.  I  I  I ahi Dow receiving a Itrjje and vario I •leek of Cigtlt«, Ift hit the  prevailing ■hadro, for Spring Suit*, which I im pi spared to oihk« up in tie  Moat  .es,  GUARANTEEING  A Perfect Fit  Reasonable Rates Complete  and  Satisfaction.  H. C. G. h/ioritz, 112 Third st.  II. A. HOFFMANN.  100-102 Hunt Second al.  fionilsr a  ADI a AokX t i Tok  LII  r.iff ii ig for mob  FlrebuckH WarraotHi  “QUJCK UUAL” U AUO LISK STUCKS. Prim  erior^.  to Ltiht Five Ychii.  MooJh*y, rtvttertmg, Ap nrtwy ai Urn   

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