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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - March 28, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH. ALTON, ILL., FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 28. 181)0. NO. 2411 HIE EIGHT-!! DAT. i A NICE ST '■'c AFFAIRS. England Is Not Yet Ready to Adopt It. 1 DlinrMiKr ll lh* A*.. . .ti* of Ki-OI)lrl*ll of Mason ( ounly, Ilia. Havana, Ilia, March 28.— For several days, by onler of th* board of supervisor* mi if-tition of th* poop!* of Ma*in county, an inveMtigation into the account* of ofll-elal* and ex-officials of Mason county coy. LEGISLATORS ARE CHARY OF IT. wing a period of *0 veil teen yearn ha* been ............. going on. The result of that tov stigation The Influence of I,ord Itandolph Church- w “ ° at in * r *P° rt of th " «>n,niitt«, III Him Wlined Cw.tader.hl, Mace Ile *° board of supervise* now in session. Mn HEID TALKS. The World’s Fair One of the Subjects Discussed. Building Lots for Sale. SORRY HEW YORK WAS DEFEATED. (’inlertook to Help the Movement— So Nign of a act' I. ut tnt of the Dock Laborer*’ Strike— Conal Herbert Hie-march Decorated—Foreign Item*. London, March 9 .—It la v^ry doubtful if any progn -ca will Ii* made tilts aoason in re jar J to the eight-hour movement. Lofted Utor* are for the most part diary of it, the country is not ready for it, and the movement itself cannot be saki to be popular. In certain branches of labor, especially in mining, an eight-bour law might be available and promote the welfare of the men, The report is only a partial one, as the work is not complete, the accounts of some of the later . iii ml* not having been reached. Tile investigators find the following facts: That ex-Trcaeurer Samuel Bivens, now a resilient of Nebraska, who beld the office of I treasurer ot Mason county for thirteen coit-secutive years, leaving it in Diwmber ; DWA, b indebted to Mason county and to various funds of til# several townships to the amount of #13,W32, with several township funds still to bear from. tithers Who Are Short. That William M Unison, who has beld the office of county oteri for sixteen years, The Minister Ney* the French Ar* Net (I re a 1 Traveler* and Will It# Timid About tieing 1,000 Mile* Inland After Reaching New Torii -Part*' Interest la the Ijibor Conference at Dei Ila—(Bata-plaiuts of French Artiste. New York, Mnrch 28.—Ti stem! by the i sun and null UlM ? *d Hts tea Minister Reid j of Baris an I New York steppe I anime* from the stwttnsliip La Champagne fur a ten-days’ call upon his native land Mea Reid, her father, D. O. Mills, and Editor Nicholson were on the wharf bi MMI him. Minister Reid was at IHC HIFl pHMllDWt HW MVtUMV LIA MIC IIIFII, WMWHW VI CVUI1»J UPI * a VI MAIVWM / hut in any employment such a law would k Indebted to tim county for fee# and orders Dr. J. W. Enos' Sanitarium, ALTON, ILL. on nr rtf announce* that he ha* established In a building purchased tor th* DE. Bfluo purpose a SANITARIUM for the HliEIT OF ILL COMBLE DISEASES. BOTH MEDICAL and SUHGICAL. ffif experience during many years hat convinced him that all diseases ma be managed more (mccesafully in an institution of this kind, under the ™ cf 4ka svWsrairttan an/1 Utifh f Itll air! /lf tYlfiatlfl TI /"it nt.hftF* JiitrepervUion of the physician, and with the aid of means not other* ne at command, than when the p be felt to be a distinct Interference with the rights pf the working classes. As a mane til-' latter do not regard tbs movement with much favor and few of their representatives are agitating with a view of its accomplish-m nt. Churchill’* Influence Waning. The few members of parliament who have undertaken to father the movement have but little real influence, that of Lord Randolph Churchill, on* of its pronounced promoters, having decidedly waned since his recent attack upon the government It is felt that a voluntary movement in favor of ei ;ht hours as a working day would I* a grand thing aud would do lunch to ald the condition of the working daisies, bot a compulsory law would work untold evil, and carry much distress in its train. Modifications of the bill are being considered by many lei or representatives who are endeavoring to solve the question of bow to benefit guile without harming others. Where the Measure Can It* Applied. Mr. Cunningham Graham intends, when foe L-rn Iou aud Northern railway bill comes np for a second reeding, to move that it I* an instruction to the committee on the MU to insert a clau-e limiting the bourn of labor received and not accounted far to the amount of |&,fi81. That H. A. Wright, ex-circuit cWk, having held tie oil ie for eight years, is indebted to the county in th* sum of IVR. That ex-BbernT Jo lab Hart eel I, who beld the office for thirteen years, and is now deputy sh riff, is indebted to the county to the extent of 12,841; making a total of 822,408. They further report that with respect to the last t wo officials th*' report is incomplete owing to the fact that one of the ae sit important foe-books coutaliing the evidences of receipts and disbursement* in these offices has I wen spirited away since the investigation was ordered. AN OLD VETERAN’S WOES. ^_____ patient* are teen by their medical advisers Mtatomli of several hour* or day*. na position of the SANITARIUM in high, and the surrounding are free Porn til noxious influences. It ie readily reached by the Seoond street bon* tan*, and it near the Union Depot. Keren of Ills Wile, Children, end Home by lh# Flood. Bt. Locm, Ma, March 28—An old German wearing G. A. K buttons walksd into tbs boller inspector's office at tbs City hall and inquired for Caph McClellan. He was poorly dressed and covered with dust He introduced himself as John Myers and had imper* to show that be served in the Mix I. too S Uf« ore vu.wu Th* building in large, and arrangement* are an perfect a* is possible from . * . . A _____ -rn—.8 ■ m» —-A « "id ■An.llaASMnnie /%# MI ast Vs (irs I nut if llfi/tn I of* I/M 1 MX I Hp tex WSI*** J. - --g------- I knowledge of sanitary science and the requirement* of such an Institution. Electricity in all its forms; Oxygen and its compounds; Battu*, Douches, Elastin*, Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided as may be required by pa-heats, in addition to such other treatment as may be deemed advisable. A LARGE SOLARIUM for Sun Baths and exercise In oold and inclement weather, et*., is provided. Etch patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and receives hi* felly personal attention. Now ODen POR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS. to insert e clau s limiting the bour. of labor infantry during th* war ami ti eight per 'Inf. but not excluding war * wa. a member in good i> ta mil ag of th* Ruin „l, ift-of eight bourn Rat reading Md rimu.nmMit of the ti A R He told a mining are two employment* in which th* measure can wifely be applied, aa the arduous and trying nature of the work render. It impossible for a man to faithfully perform more than eight hour* consecutive labor. It I* in "pedal < (us * like these that the promoter. expect first to launch the movement and extend its application a. necessity and opportunity arise. FOREIGN M SCELLANY. Ftr further information address Or, ENOS al the SANITARIUM, corner of George and Third its., Alton, III. Children Cry for Pitcher’s Castoria. The Gueen’# Traveling Impedimenta. London, March 28.—Among the impediment* with which the queen "tarted for the continent were three coachmen, nine grooms, eight bor**, on# donkey, three earring!*, wventy-t wo trunks, three special tusk, a .|wdai cooking stove, wine, two doctor., oui- surgeon, one surgeon fur Prince*. Beatrice, three ladka-in-waiting, nine women servants, one turd, two equeri**’In-waiting, and seven dogs. Dots department of the G. A R. He told a pitiable story in such a straightforward manner that it apjmreutly left no room for doubt. A Terrible Bereavement. Up to the middle of last week he lived on a little farm in the bottom land* opposite Cairo. Friday last the mater, which hml been gradually rising until it had surrounded the cottage and covered the farm, swept the bouse away, drowning his wife and two (laughters. He mid that be had a most difficult tim* reaching Cairo. From them be walked all way to this city, with the intention of appealin'' to the Grand Army of the Republic for assistant*. WHITELAW HK Ilk THE LAST RITES PERFORMED. Gem. A pologlsed to I’araell. London, March iH—The Exeter Gaaett* ha* tend*red Parnell en apology for Ba action in republishing from day to day, as they came out, the charge* made by The London Time* that th* Irish lead* connived at crim*. Parnell, who had begun suit against the Gaaett* few libel, has accepted the etiology a* satisfactory, and will eau-* the legal proceedings to be dropped. M Int lie Bes! Iii Oat. -THE CELEBRATED lackson Corset And Waist Combined. (■refers to Walt tor the Government Bill. London, March 28— In the house of commons Wednesday Ruaaell’. bill proposing to vest in the Irish rate-peyar* the right of k>- I cal veto on sales of Intoxicant* wa* rejected, aa I an amendment offered by John O’Connor that such a measure la inexpedient until til— house is made acquainted witn the scope of the government’* local government bdl, was a/*opted by a vote of ISI to 121 Robert C. Kehenek Laid to Hest at Day tea, Ollie. Dayton, Ohio, March 2a—Gen. Robert C. Rcbenck was buried ber# Wednesday. Episcopal Bishop W. A. Leonard, of Cleveland, conducted the ceremonies, and old-time associates being pall-bearer*. Old soldier* of the Army of the Potomac and of W eld \ lr-gin la who had served under him, and the several poet# of the O. A R., marched In the procession; ako the Bar association and Garfield club, and representative* of the Ohio commandery of the Loyal lotion Gob H. R. Bag*, aide-de-camp on Gen. Alger’, staff, reprinted the national Grand Army commander on the ooraaion. In deference to th* desire of Gen He bench’s family for a private burial, the column halted before reaching Woodknd cemetery. Aa America* skip Wreaked. Loudon, March 98-The American ship Glendon is ashore and a total wreck at Yokohama. Japan The Glendon left New Yo.'k on Nor. 28, consigned to Yokohama and ti logo, and under the command of Gape Thatcher. The ahip’s crew wa# rescued, and It k inedible that a portion of the cargo may be saved __ Th# Dock Laborers’ Mrlke itlll On. IJ v ekfix >L, March 2b. —A rupture ha. occurred in th* negotiations for the settlement of the dock laborer.’ strike The delegate* on behalf af the men demanded that the et i 1 ploy ere dkrak* the Imported b mid*, but this the employers refused to do and an agreement now awm* as remote as ever. HAR— NO EQUAL FOR HEALTH, GRACE AND FIT. Priced! and 81.25. WERY LADY SHOULD HAVE ONE. I be Horrors of Siberia. Panis. March 98—A totter from Siberia, received here, stake that ti re* men and a woman were ar rented lur writing an appeal to th# RuseiAii people complaining of th* conduct of iMaoafahin in the Ya-kut*l> affeir. Th# prisoners will probably he MtteMsd to death NEW STYLES AND FABRICS IN Goods. Mile for lei old Boys, JUtillinoiry, Boots id Sloes. Bals aid Caps: exceeded by None in (Quality aud Uric®. W. A. AT THE Mere righting ta Dahomey. PANIS, March 28 — Advices received her* state that there baa been further fighunffydrama. In Dahomey. The let* st skirmish took piece et Kolonon. I "tween the French troop# aud the natives and the alii#* of the latter During 1 lie engagement three were killed and tw»* ve wound#"!. _ borrow Turned Into Joy. New Bat: saw ice, N. J., March it — There was a wake at Chrktophsr O’Ned I’, house in this city. Word bad been amt out that Mr. O’Neill’s infant child, which had not been well for some time, wa# dead, and fricii'k crowded the house to ofter their sync pa thy. The babe wa. carefully laid out and ouffined. Early in the evening, while the interchange of condolence wm going 00, cue of the mourner, thought be mw th* child move and a. the people grouped about tho little on* opened it. eym ami iwgan to cry. Immediately the wake was charged into a jollification, and the mourner, .pent th. next hour in ringing and dancing. one i driven to M r. Milk’ reaid enc*. In nu Interview he mid. “I shall go to Wellington the latter pert of tim week, and mat week I shall go to the old homestead in Ohio, where I have a mother ffi years ol “Was Perk inter-vet cd in the labor conference at Heritor •"Intent»ly so," mid the minister. “Th# feeling there now is very different from what it was at first When the French people were Arri invited to send de egate# to the conference they were inclined to look with unfavorable eyt-a 00 It They con-1 ural that the condition of the Fr neb workingman was already far In advance of that of any other nation, if not indued rn advance of that proposed by the conference. But now they are heartily in favor of the con ferentv. * The Great World’s Fair. Mr. Reid was asked what if et the ac-lion of congress regarding the world's fair bad u|*m the tot r.wt of th-* French peop'a. "There k a subject on which I occupy delicate ground," he saki, sail lug. "As a public oflUvr and an American I shall do my best to get foreign ald f«ir it, and shall do all in my power to advene" it* interest* But personally, ani a- a N-w Yorker, I must confess that I was di*app»Hiied that this city wu defeated. It wilt undoubtedly make a difference with the interval which Frame will take ta the fair. A* a l iruckmao "aid to me soon after th# vote was i mmunced- I ‘Why you migkt aa well talk of having a world** fair at Lyon* it k a large cli jr. I know, lait rho would come to it or tHeein it a French affair par excellence if ll were not beld ta ParisT Why Have a World’* Fair? “ There k no doubt," continued Mr R*id, “that the decision of congress "ill affect French travel to tbk country I he Fr- urb ar* not great travi I* rn, and when th" 3,1© • tidies of ocean la add--I to 1,<M) mil"* of inland travel in a strange land whet.* the French of Park k rn t tpokeu you will fin I th* in very timid in lei L “Just tadore failing I was talking with the head of the recently d. p«wed cabinet, which bad no much to do with tile meow if the Pana exposition. He was rom.im nt tig on the short time left for preparing f<»r a world's fair, and be saki, with a fend d n'. of force, I thought, *Wuy have a world’s fair at alii America, has beaten the world taming the forces of nature; let ber have a national fair which shell ex total her own imperial resource It woul I to* mush b 4* tor than any attempt to folio* 1 in the line* of any pm*-ding cxpwttm' I renoti Artists Are bare. "But, seriously," continued Hr, Itdd, “I And one very a rlooecau-efor hue* »r».»mw* on the part of theorist* of From a. I bey complain that Amen** steak their ideas, particularly in the line of decorative irk broos#*, etc 5 and they are aim sore, and with good cause, because we impose a duty of 8W per cent un foreign work* of art This fee ling will he manifest, I have no doubt, when we come to ask for contribution-,, and it would be felt equally if th* fair w iv coming to New York I have alway, h id that works • f art should be duty fre--, ami I ara roors strongly of fir opinion ti.au ever that the tat *ff on them should be re,no*#d." 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. Highland Paris., One Hundred Lots ranging in sizo from fifty feet front to one hundred feet and thirtylfront, 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 parts of tho city. Call and see list. Dom k Mal, I Belle street. A. J. HOWELL DKALEU IN CARPETS, CURTAINS, OIL CLOTHS, RUGS, Ac. Our Prioee WILL BK POUND LOWER- Considering Qualities and Styles 1 Than in any other house in Alton. In co a seq Hen ce of the OKS AT EXTENT of our HALES we are enabled In do BiisinpMt ou a YKUY CLONK AI ARGIN and it is a recognized fact that we handle by far LARMER QUANTITIES OF GOODS THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE CITY. OVER JO RWM ANO SU ti iron UO.sc TO |75 OO. The Destruetlo* of Timber. Ii KUEN a, Maut, March 3H Report* have for soul* time beeu our rout of the denodtag of the public lauds in Montana of timber by foreign corporations. Thk work baa iweo going on la th* vicinity of th* Gat# "f the Mountains, the Umber being jumpered for ties, telegraph poles, etc., and ahippwi down the Mkw >url river to the Great fall Special Agent Garner, when ask a1 at*>ut th* matter •aul the attention of the department bal been called thereto, and that a stop, he thought, would be put hilt soon. Wouldn't Be a Bad Idea. London, March 98-The Daily News o to**** I orn-i-ilondeut way* there rn talk ta ort!"tai circles of appointing an imperial con iii 11*-’on to inquire into th* abu** of pens! «,iou «i»tratiun in Siberia. (aunt Herbert Bl*#sareli Ilr«ir»ts4. BKU IN. March 28—The emperor ha* dec* orui <d fount Herbert Bfcmarck with th* oolkr and order of Bohea »oil*r. Titre# Nu|»|»o*ed Bobbers Killed. bviQtTHAXIA, Pa, March 28 —Train Na 14 on th# Elk railroad killed three mao at Bed Rock, a small hamlet seven miles vat of hare, early TF ureday morning. Th* mm ar* a* yet unidentified aud were all well About 10:45 o'clock Wednesday nkht th* safe ta Parker’* coal office at Binghamptoa, N. Y., wa* blown open by mea who wereevikntly accustomed to th# burin*!. Th# men killed at Rad Rock ar* supposed to be the ones by whom tbs burglary was committed. ■adastrlal Esbibltton in Jays*. Yokohama, March YL-Tb* industrial exhibition here ba* been opeaed ta peraoa by the Mtk-dta _ Portage W omen Can Tete. Mad I hon Wk, March 98—Judge Sri- Bti-k*r has rendered a decktoo which will allow the women of Portage to vote for school officers at th# coming eleotl-m. The Portage charter requires that school offb o»n shall he elected at the regular atty eke ti t ,u undo* the Cooper law. Til*? county clerk arranged a separate I-ti tot for those and City Attorney htroud thought bk act wrang. Judge Hetbecker held that Hie county clerk might prepare a ballot for each ck* of officer*. GAVE IT THE GO BY. Dee Moines Republicans llrfu** to Adept n Prohibition Flunk. Den Mounts, Iowa, March 2s —At tbs Kept! talon city coven lion the cooimlttoe oa reeolutums refused to adopt a plank specifically Indorsing the prohibitory kw. The young men un the committee united ta op-position to tach a < Whir st ton and woa. The platform ae adopt**! declare* that “We stand upon the record aud principles of the Republican party," leaving the individual voter free to regard prohibition a* a principle of the party, or not, at ha option. John ll. Camp)>*11 wa* nominated for mnyor by acclamation. At the election held March 8 Campbell wa* ebosan mayor, tnt aine* that time a bill ha* passed the legislature "surging the city and rendering another election ne. "mary The next election will be held April T. _ Flack Mill Featest* I*"**” 1 ""-Au*" 1 t, N. Y., March sri-Governor Hi ll ha* mvkved the resignation of Hbenff Flack, of New York city. Mr. Flack i*»o-teet. that he has committed no crime, lait admit* that a perww ucder conviction of a Mv'te'm.lto“Sta«a to'"^ ^tom.Tf"^^™^ which oosaecta Brit- mn) l«, a Columbia with WashtagUm. Ore jail and »“• 0<Ho * ----- Calli. rma. Fneeed th* Telegraph BUL OLT«i‘:a, W. T, March blfl granting telegraph companies right to construct line* of telegraph on all railroads ta the state of Washington was pansd by the a nato bet week and by th* bona* Weduew day night Th# WB wa# in th# inter*** cif the Canadian Pacific an I I’oatal rainpany'a xob . .wwH* Call natl bee U*. he office Clarkson I* Be*lgn Noon. BALT!MONK, Md, March «-The Hun It eau In stated authoritatively that A-**) taut Postmaster Gencrnl Clirk-al 1—u i »t no lab* day. When Mr. /"lark ton a***- lit*'I th* idlloe it wa* with the .iltan.li-, ll .t he would bv. it at the end ta a year. Besa Twraty-Av* Tear* la Hanoi. New Yon*, March 2h —Wlilhun J. Murphy, general snpartateudent of the New Yuck, Lake Erie and Western railroad, sailed for Europe Wednealay on the .teamer Haale. Pfwvtoua to hi* depmrtur* Mr Murphy tendered hk reaiguatiuti aa gen.ira I •up-riuu*ndetif of the Eli* on a*we not of poor health. Mr. XurihyY connect ma with tho Erie date^ back a quart* 1 it a *-*-att ry, wk* a he aetat as a mo -anger Iwy* THROW ASIDE YOL’R|KUEL KATH HH AND INV MNT IN iiiirlaiKl Stoves and Ranges. Builders’ Hardware a Speciality. I have the Finest Line of Carpenter’s Tools in thafCity. (mite and Japanned Ware. A. L. Floss Third Street, opp. Belle. Telephone M. mm mn. I nm now receiving a targe nod varied stock ef CIoibt, til tai Ile prevailing a ti ad ca, for bpriag Sait*, which I am piepared to to ake up ta the Most Granger Agrieultarol Wwlfc Br a I 1 mm, Va, March 28—Maj. George Chrisman. Jacob Whakr, au l Mr. Prince, rep rn, ufing the Farm. rs’ Alliance of the United BU tm, have concio led to eetatakh the A Uiar.cs Agricultural works at Iron Gate, Alleghany county, Va Tbs works will *mpioy from UA) to At© bands, and tatar pro lucia will go bl ovary suli-olilanoe ta the country, rapr*whuting *,0)©, 4© members. ivies, GUARANTEEING say* Find •on Declined a HIO.OOOCalL Min XIA >Lis, Mum., March 9a.—Rev Dr. David J. Burrell, of Westminster Presbyterian chut en tim tole/rap had th*- truv of the Udkglti* Dutch Reformed cbui'h. New York, declining their call. They attar od bim $10,(©U per annum. A i.x.ii* Col I* Treated ta a herprlaa. Naw O K1 ma aa, March Sh-Tha Twarn-DamocratNi Galere’on i*p*e4alaajre: An-on’a Chicago I prague team was Ire*, ad ho a hug* ■turpruw taro ta their match with tim tie v i’'n tune. Anson’* "ooihff were 'Ult letF I and i u»-p)ay.d et ovary point an i de J it ; score of IU kit A Perfect Fit, Reasonable Rates and Complete Satisfaction. H.C. G. Moritz, 112 Third st. I* i- Broke 1.very Boa# la Bis Body. I At TUOMI, March Sri—The American's »j> <••«. fr? in it*unary, W. Va, nay* the 19-ycai -cd I .a cd * • * ■ ae Cutin.ogham, rad ag at N u a, P< 1 tllw' m enmity a ta Lii.ad I u s 'ay l*y a tr-*!* wh eh be ta I -I with an axe failing upon mm Die hub* fel ow’* bom** were <-token is every part of bk inly. ll. A. HOFFMANN Au UHi-102 Flaiit St k coo(l Bt. ( H)1.k AfiKHri rot _ loioraBflSueriorstovik _ Fireba<*,kH Warraut^l to Lant Five Ye«i». MMAL ” ua8ousm sTuv£ii ' ^^^1
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