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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - March 28, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON DAILY FRIDAY MARCH 248 THE E1GHTI England Is Not Yet Ready Adopt to LEGISLATORS ARE CHARY OF pfll Tim Itilliiincu of Jjovil Randolph Church Ill Han Waned CotiKlclnrnhly Hlnco lie Uiulnrtook lo tile Blgll of a SiHIntncnt f tlio A NICE 81 iirtitgo In the v of KxOffloInU ot Mnaoti March For several by order of the of supervisors on petition of the people of Mason an investigation Into tho accounts of offi cials and exofficials of Mason county cov ering n period of seventeen years lias been going Tho result of that investigation was given out In a report of tho committee to the board of supervisors now in The is Olllv tt partial as tho work Hook la ls llot uo accounts of some of the The Enos n cwifl announces that he has established In a building purchased for the annou purpoge a 8AjsriTARiUM for the BOTH MEDICAL and Hta exoerience during many years has convinced him that all diseases managed more successfully in an institution of this under the supervision of the and with the aid of means not other rise at than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers it intervals of several hours or Deposition of the SANITARIUM is and the surrounding are free fcom all noxious It is readily reached by the Second street horse oars and is near the Union The building is and arrangements are as perfect as is possible from 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 i addition to such other treatment as may be deemed A LARGE SOLARIUM for Sun Baths and exercise in cold and inclement is j Bach patient is thoroughly examined by and receives his daily personal FOE THE RECEPTION OF For further information address ENOS at the corner of George and Third Children Cry for Pitchers borers Herbert lils mitrck March B Is very doubtful If any progress will bo made this season in to the eighthour Logls lators aro for the most part chary of the 1880 u country is not ready for and tho move ment itself cannot be said to bo In certain branches of especially in nn eighthour law might be avalla jle and promote tho welfare of the lut in any employment such a law would jo full to bo a distinct interference with tho rights of tho working As a mafis ho latter do not regard tho movement with much favor and few of their representatives are agitating with a view of its accomplish Churchills Influence Tho few members of parliament who have undertaken to father the movement have but little real that of Lord Ran dolph one of its pronounced pro having decidedly waned since his recent attack upon tho government It is felt that a voluntary movement in favor of eiht hours as a working day would be a grand thing and would do runch to Rid the condition of the working but a com pulsory law would work untold and carry much distress In its Modifica tions of tho bill are being considered by mnny labor representatives who aro endeav oring to solve the question of how to benefit without harming Where the Measure Can Ho Cunningham Graham when the London and Northern railway bill comes up for n second to move that it be an instruction to the committee on the bill to insert a clause limiting the hours of labor t eight per but not excluding works In shifts ot eight Rat roadlng and mining are two employments in which the measure can safely bo as tho ardu ous and trying nature of the work renders It impossible for a man to faithfully perform more than eight hours consecutive It is in special cusua like these that tho pro motors expect first to launch the movement and extend its application as necessity and opportunity later officials not having been The investigators find tho following facts That Hamuol now a resident of who held tho office of treasurer of Mason county for thirteen con leu ving it in December to Mason county imd to various fumls of tho xevoral townships to the amount of with several town ship funds still to hear Others Who That William G who has hold tho office of county cterU for sixteen la indobted to thei coulity for fees and ordors received and not accounted for to tho amount of That excircuit hav ing held tho olilre for eight is indobted to tho county in the sum of That exSheriff Josiah who held the office for thirteen and is now deputy is indobted to the county to tho extent of making a total of They further report that with respect to the lost two officials the report is Incomplete owing to the fact that one of the most im portant foebooks containing the evidences of receipts and dtabursenients In these offices has been ipirited away since the investiga tion was AN OLD VETERANS liereft of Ills and Home id let tbe CELEBRATED Jackson Corset And Waist FOR PrlceJSl and EVERY LADY SHOULD HAVE FOREIGN M The Queens Traveling the impedi ments with which the queen started for the continent wore three nine eight one three savontytwo three special a special cooking two ouo one surgeon for Princess Bea thrae nine women one two and seven Apologized to March Exeter Gazette has tendered Parnell nn apology for ite action in ropublishing from day to as caino the charges made by Tho London Times that the Irish leadecon nived at who had begun suit against tho Gazette for has ao ooptod the apology as and will cause the legal proceedings to be Fritters to Walt lor tlio Government March the house of com mons Wednesday Russells bill proposing to vest in the Irish ratepayers the right of lo cal veto on sales of intoxicants was and on amendment offered by John OCon nor that such a measure is inexpedient until tho house is made acquainted with the scope of tho governments local government was ortoptod by a vote of Ml to An American Ship March American ship Glendon is nshore and a total wreck at Tho Glendon left New York on consigned to Yokohama and and under tho command of The ships crew was aud It is possible that a portion of the cargo may bo The Dock Strike Still March rupture has occurred in tho negotiations for the settle ment of tho dock laborers The dele eatos on behalf of tho men demanded that the employers dismiss tho imported h but this tho employers refused to do and an agreement now soeins as remote as Ilie Horrors of March letter from Si received status that threo men and a woman wure arrested lor writing nn appeal to tho Russian poodle complaining of tho conduct of Mucuhkin In tho Ya kutsh The prisoners will probably be sentenced to More Fighting 1 Dahomey March received hero EXCEEDED BY None in Quality and HI b Cull uad Lull In Tlio latest skirmish took place at liotween tho French troops and the natives and the allies of tho latter Dur ing the engagement three wero killed and twelve Wouldnt llo u Hud March Tho Daily News Odessa correspondent nays there is tulk in ofllclal clroliw of appointing ll imperial commission to iuimlro Into tho abnsos of penal administration i fount Herbert Illmnarok March Tho has doc orated fount Herbert Uismurok with tlw collar und order of Iniliutilnl Inhibition 1 March industrial exhibition horo has been opened In person by tlio Flunk HUH March Governor HlHUus iwuivoil tho resignation of BhoruT of New York Flack pro that has committed no but ihitn pwson under conviction of a criminal matter how lunocout ho may not to continue to hold puo lio Clurksuu UiMlifii March The Bun saysH can lx stated authoritatively that First Assent IosimnsUT General Clark will at When Worlds Fair One of Subjects the March old Ger man wearing buttons walked Into the boiler inspectors office at the City hall and inquired for Capt He was poorly dressed and covered with He introduced himself as John Myers and had papers to show that ho served in the Six teentu Illinois Infantry during the war and was a member in good standing of the Illi nois department of the He told e pitiable story in such a straightforward manner that it apparently loft no room for A Terrible Up to the middle of last week he lived on a little farm in the bottom lands opposite Friday last the which hnd been gradually rising until it had surround tha cottage and covered the swept the bouse drowning his wife and two He said that ho had a most dif flcult time reaching From there ho walked all way to this with the inten tion of appealing to the Grand Army of the Republic for THE LAST RITES Robert Scuonck laid to Best at March Robert Schonck was buried here Epis copal Bishop of conducted the and oldtime asso ciates being Old soldiers of tho Army of the Potomac and of West Vir ginia who had served under und tho several posts of the marched in tha procession also the Bar association and Garflold and representatives of the Ohio commandery of the Loyal aidedecamp on Algers represented the national Grand Army commander on tho In deference to the desire of Schencks family for a private the column halted before reaching Woodland Sorrow Turned Into NEW March There was a wake at Christopher ONeills bouse In this Word had been sent out that ONeills Infant whioh bad not been well for some was and friends crowded the house to offer their sym Tho babe waa carefully laid out and Early In tho while the Interchange of condolence was going one of tho mourners thought ho saw the child move and as tho people grouped about the little one opened Its eyes and began to Immediately tho waka was chacged Into a and the mourners spent the next hour in singing and The Destruction of for some time been current of tho denuding of tho public lands in Montana of timber by foreign This work has been going on in the vicinity of the Goto of the tho timber being prepared for telegraph and shipped down the Missouri river to the Great fall Special Agent when asked about the matter said tho attention of the department had been called and that a be would bo put tolt Three Supposed March 14 on the Erie railroad killed three men at Red a small hamlet seven miles west of early Thursday Tho men are as yet unidentified and wore all well SORRY HEW YORK WAS The Mlnlitrr tho French Are Not Great Travelers Mini Will He Timid About Miles Inland After New Interest In the Conferenoo nt pluliiU of Trench NEW Mnrch risterwt by the sun and win I Unitid Btates Minister Reid of Purls New York steppail ashore from the steamship La Champagne for a ton days cull upon his native and Editor Nichol son wero on tho wharf to meet Min ister Held was at driven to Mills In an interview he said I shall go to Wellington the latter of the and next week I shall go to the old homestead In whure 1 have a mother years ol Was Pnris inter ested In the labor conference at Her WH1TKLAW linf1 Intensily said tho The feeling there now is very different from what it was at When the French peo ple were first invited to send delegates to tho conference they were inclined to look with unfavorable eyes on They conHero 1 that the condition of tha French working man was already fur in advance of that of any other If not indeed in advance of that proposed by tho But now they are heartily in favor of the con Tho Great Worlds Reid was asked what eftVet the ac tion of congress regarding the worlds fair bad uiou the interest of tho French There is a subject on which I occupy deli cate ho As a pub lic oflictr and an American I shall domy lxst to get foreign aid for ami shall do all in my power to advance its But as a Now I must confess that I was disappointed that this city was It will undoubtedly make a difference with the interest whioh France will take in tho As a Frenchman said to me soon after the vote wus unnouucedt Why you might as well tixlli of having a worlds fair at It Is a laiire 1 but who would come to it or tMofin it a French affair par excellence if it wore not held in Pomr1 Why Have n Worlds Fair There is no continued that the decision of will affect French travel to this IhoFrmch aro not great and when tho miles of oceiin is added to milvs of in land travel in u strange land where the French of Paris is net spoken you will find them very timid Just before tailing I was talking with the head of tho recently di posed which had so much to do with tlio MICCOSS cf the Paris He was romiiiriiting on tho short time left for prvpuring for n worlds and ho witu a good of I Wuy hixva a worlds fair at all America has beaten the world turning the forces ot nature lot her have a national fair which shnll exhibit her own imperial It wouU be much ter than any attempt to follow in tlio linos of any preceding Trench Artlnts Aro continued find one very Brlonscauseforlilkownrnmoss on the part of the artiste of They complain that America steals their ideas particularly In the lino of decorative art j and they are also ant with good because wo impose a duty of 80 per cent on foreign works of feeling will be I buvo no doubt when wo coino to ask for contributions am it would be fflt equally If the fair wnro com Ing to New I have alwiiyi IHd tha works of art should be duty and 1 an more strongly of tho opinion tlian over tba the tariff onithem should bo One Hundred Lots ranging in size from fiftyfeet front to one hundred feet and all very from on terms to suit One of the nicest residence plats in Over 100 Houses and in different parts of the Call and see IlIS JllflrCIl i afo no yw there has been further flghtinrf About Wednesday night the safe In Parkers coal office ot was blown open by men who wero evl lently accustomed to tho Tho men killed ot Red Rock are supposed to Iw tho ones by whom the burg lary was 1ortngo Womon Can March Judgo Sol bocker has rendered a decision which will allow tho women of Portaga to vote for school oinoern ot the coming Tho Portage charter requires that school ofll oers shall be elected at tho regular olty elec tion undoitho Cooper The county olerk arranged a separata ballot for those und City Attorney Stroud thought his act Judgo Seibockiir hold that tho coun ty clerk might prepare a ballot for each of d the Telegraph MaroU TUe bill granting telegraph companies right to con struct Hues of telegraph on all in the state of Washington was patmxl by the sonata lost wwk und by the house Woduas day night Tho bill was in tlio Intorwt of tho Canadian Pacific and Postal companys system of telegraph whioh conuuuU Hrlt Ish Columbia wttli Oregon and Building Lots Corner Main and for Eighth and Ninth and Bluff two each for Alton Fifth f a I noil u March Itavld of Wixaminstor 1rat byUrlttii hnx the trim twit of tho Colluglutu Dutch Unformed jlHstay by a tivu wh oli hn tl would lottvo It at the Nuw dwolinmg their fulling upon Tli GAVE IT THE GO Holnea IlofiiKO to Adopt n rrohlbltlun DEB Marrh tho Republican olty covontlon the committoo on resolutions refused to adopt a plank speci fically the prohibitory Tho young inon on the committeo united in op position to sich a declaration and The platform on adopted declares that Wo stand upon the record aud principles of tho Republican leaving tho individual voter free to regard prohibition as a princi ple of tho or at liis John Campbell was nominated for mayor by At the election held March H Campbell chosen but since that time a bill has passed tho legislature unlorg ing tho city and rendering another election The next election will bo held April Keen Twentyfive Yearn In March 2b Mur general suporlntondont of tho New Lake Erie and Wostorn galled for Europe Wednesday on tlio steamer Provlous to hid depart lire Mur phy tomliTod hlu resignation as general of the Kric in account of poor Murphys rcmuuctlon with tho Erie ilutflu back a ijiinrtur of u whuu lit iicUyt as iruiiRiir March George Juoob and rojiriw iittug tho KurmiTs1 Alllaiico of thu United liavu conolu lul to establish tho Alllnnua Agricultural works at Iron Alloshuuy The works will employ from UX to 600 and Uielr products will go to every sulHilllanoe la the ropresonting UO Aiimin X1U Trvutud to u New March Tuo Timud Democrats AUKOHS Chicago league team was trusted to u huge mirpruu hero In tlmlr inateh with thu Uuvafnn AMKUHM were out fiiul at every amide n r wore of 10 Ui Hiine In March Anierituns nays the lli ycni i on lit l i i at IViiilliituii jil H with an linj upon Tliu liltlj fullowH DEALER IN OIL WILL BE FOUND LOWERConsidering Qualities and Styles Tlian in any other house in In consequence of the GltBVF EXTKNT of our SALES we arc enabled to do Business on a VERY CLOSE MARGIN and it is a reu ognized fact that we handle by far LAROER QUANTITIES OF GOODS THAN ANY OTRER HOUSE IN THE UVER 700 KINDS AND rnou TO JgjVbildsJ THROW ASIDE EATEBS AND INVEST IN land Siuvrs and Builders Hardware a I have the Finest Line of Carpenters Tools in Floss Third Telephone I am now receiving a large and varied stock in ail prevailing for Spring whioh I am prepared to tuaku up in tho GUARANTEEING A Perfect Reasonable Rates and Complete G No 100102 Knst Second st AUHNIS ohwfh ew wcnng er an They olleral him per vreru drokon In tivwy purl of Flrobacks WacrauttHl MMAl UAUOUNE Last Spoutina ut 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