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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - April 14, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH. OLUME 2!). ALTON, ILL., MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 14. 1800. NO. 257 Dr. J. W. Enos Sanitarium ALTON, ILL. DE. ENOS announcer that he haa entablishori in a banding purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL. Ilia experience daring many years haa convinced him that all disease* can be managed more successfully in an institution of this kind, under the constant supervision of the physician, and with the aid of means not otherwise at command, than when the patients are seen by their medical adviser* at intervals of several hours or dart. Tile position of the SANITARIUM is high, and the surrounding are free from all noxious influences. It is readily reached by the Second street horst oars, and is near the Union Depot. The building is large, and arrangements are as perfect as is possible Iron a knowledge of sanitary science ana the requirements of such an institution. Electricity in all its forms; Oxygen and its compounds; Baths, Douches, Massage, Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided as may be required by patients, in addition to such other treatment as may be deemed advisable. A LARGE SOLARIUM For Bun Baths and exercise in cold and inclement weather, etc., Is provided. Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and receives hip daily personal attention. Now Open FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS. For further infor.mtioi adirea* Dr. ENOS at tho SANITARIUM, cornea of George and Third st*., Alton, III. Latest id Beaded Wraps and Latest in air Latest and Correct Styles in * Millinery Novelties GIVEN A GULI) BAL Mr. Joseph Francis Praised by the President. THE OCCASION AN IMPRESSIVE ONE. Latest in Cloftim and ALSO— The Vein-rnM«* Inventor of the Llfe-Aa*"* In* C'nr Honored for Min Servient—Mr. Randall's < omit I Ion Inchunted end Ilia Death Tv pert**! Hourly—'The Dtpi Proceeding, in Congress — Appropriation* for Public Building*. WgsHurofo* City, April 14 —Mr Joseph Fi anoia, tho vAnrahli inventor of the Mf* • wiving oar, wa* Hat unlay presented in the bine room ut the White linum by President Harrison, with a medal tMpocrally voted him by congress. The blue room was well filled by iuvited guest* and by friends of Mr. Francis. Senator Evarts mad* an address laudatory of Mr. Fran cl*, after which Pre** Hi nt Harrison stepped forward and presented Mr. Francis with tho medal In doing so, the president tm id: “Mr. Francis, we have assembled ho complete the purpose expressed iii the resolu->n of et>ugrosa, to which Mr. Evarts has referred. Tile duty a hicb is laid upon me to place tile medal in your bands—Is a very pleasant one. It la tbs tribute of a grateful country to a citizen who baa mired a eoflspicuous service to mankind. The tributes you have reoeiv d from for aign countries to the value of your life-saving appliances are now tardily but generously and fittingly confirmed aud crowntd by this testimonial from your own. Thousands of Lives laved. It >vas not eoough that the savage wr<*cker should be driven from the coast— for the arm of the sympathising watcher who had taken his placu, was still shortened and impotent to save. You have given it power—have made it possible* tor the shore to send succor to the ship. You have Invented and suggested appliances that have saved many thousands of human Uvea Not many <<f thew* have been aide to know and Uiank the man who saved them; bot the nation to-day voic«s the gratitude of these and of the many thousand* more who wUI ow-their deli Vera ace toyon. Lu the nam- of the African congrats ami tho American people, I now place this modal of honor In your hands 1 A Ile ii ti 11 fill Flee* of Wark. Mr Francis, who Is now IAI yearn of age, was vfattily affected by the president's address, ami was so overcome that be could not respond. The medal la one of the most beautiful and artistic specimens of Ute medal lie art ever executed at the mint of the United States, and com {tares mead favorably with the Hu nt specimen* of French mwlalli* art It ta of pure gol I, and w-lghs over three Troy pound*, is four inches in diameter, and contains lido worth of pure gold. The total cost of the medal, exclusive of the d— sign, was over $3,UUU. The seUMOtaii v-jrem- v ut war, ma * arn ■ >u> * -raftered upon the duties of his office, in fact upon the duties of the office as secretary cd war, for Secretary Proctor Immediately left for Vermont and Qen. Grant became, by virt u- of bb office, acting s***re'.ary of war. H,-cr>inry Proctor will bo absent about a week, To tract#*## Her Pension. Wa«*XIXQTOW Cmr, April Ii —The house committee on invalid (ie it si on* hts author* land a favorable r»|«ort on the WU introduce I la the senate Pier ••\*<n;r the ;<-n«ion of the widow of Mal (b n. G. IL W <*nvu to 9 UMI p r month. Tile bill passed the senate in March. I «M«rtv • a t a |tf\ ITI nl 11% TPI • PHELAN ANI) MNG. The Congressman Wrtfcs Card for Publication. HIS CHALLENGE TO THE EOITOR. IHE BARRY ESTATE TENANTS. A New Town Built for the Kvtrted Petiole • frspiwcf Teat i sit lea. London, April It.—The formal oiiening of the new Tijqvcrary, the new Irish town ae ta bl in he. I by the tenant* evicted from the Smith Harry wttt.-, ha* been further postponed in order to put the flnishiug touches on the most important of the build Inge. Already eighty residence buildings have been compt toil, and a number of shop* ars Ut prooNa of fliting ap Tira market is aho (inwued. The preparations for the opening of the market ar* very elaborate. Th* building is literally covered wita evergreen* and flowers Oratorical Features. Among the speaaer* who are to a<llre*« the inhabitant* of the new town are William O'Brien, Michael Davitt, Sir Tboma* Esmond", and several other Nationalist Irani cr* Mr. T. D, HuUivaii, ex-lord mayor of Dublin, has written a poem for the occasion, which, it is exp cled, ha will r.-ad himself. Parn-11 has been elected an honorary resident of the new town, and at the formal opening of the mttiennrnt a largo number of Liberal and Nationalist lords and commoner* will bit present 1**1 Race After a Rate a1. Wixxinto, Man., April 14 —A Pinkerton detective arrived hereThuraday night with ll E W. Hnilfh,* defaulter of the Corbin Bonk ing company,of New York,whom he arrested after an ex* Ating chase over half the continent Health left Ne* York w ith a woman, wont to Natchaa, Mira , start**I a plantation, ami after I*wing a deal of money, failed IL then drew a number of drafts on the bank he repr-sonted in th * nam * of old custom ere. and a*-cured 990,(410, with which be fled Dot*ctivea follow-! the couple from New Or let* n- to New Mexico, then to California and along th* const to Victoria, B. C . and across the strait* to Vancouver, whore Smith was arrested w.    , .,■■■-■— .-ram Hank OfUeer* I nil let-A. Mi "i VV Arona, Mina., April ll—A special to The Tribune from Dubuque, la., wye: The United Hi a tee grand Jury baa brought indictments against I Yea id aul R K Graves I and Cashier Ii H. Harris, 'if th- late defunct National t«uk of Dubuque, Tb<*** Ira* j dict moi it# Wire made on the ground that Pi**** lent Graves had matt- an overdraft of ohvcr** of tile 97.UU0 on tbs hank; also that be had fskilled medal contam* a lifelike portrait of Mr, Francis surround**! by thlrty-clgbt stars, and bears on tho face of it th* Inscription; "The Hutted States of America, by Act of Congress 27lh August, lobs. To Joseph Francis, Inve ntor and Framar of the Moans for the Life Having Hervioe of the County.* 9U>ver»e of th- Medal. (In the reveres fat a scene presenting a ship ic distress; a heavy sea to running dashing over ber deck; in the rigging figure* are n clin mg; on the the bank statements in carrying certain assets which ha*l been condemned as wert hie*-, and by classifying overdrafts a* demand loans. Harris to tndi lei tor complicity. Hark st tbs Old gland. Laxsixu, Mich., April ii— Ned Til Mete vier, sheriff of Mackinac oouuty, wa* bud summer removed by th* governor .or misconduct ta office. Meter ur carried th** ease to the supreme court, and that body derided that the chargee whk h formed th storm-beaten shore I baste for the removal were not distinct sa i the life-saving crew are in full view, the specific, as to require! by the slat ut cs and lighthouse to in th# distance. They have Urn life-saving boat on wheels ready to run out as aoon as needed. To the right of the boat to awn three sturdy men with the mortar and other appllanewe used in th* lifesaving service. They have already shot their line to the ship, and have made It fast, amt are hauling a IV--saving car of th# kind invented by Joseph Francis. MR. RANDALL'S CONDITION. His Shoes Best and Cheapest AT THE. GLOBE ALTON, ILL. Family Constantly with Him—Kapaa* lag the Bad at Aay Time. Wa sh IX <m>» (‘ITT, April 14.—At I* o’clock (Saturday Mr. Randall was reported aa very low. Hb family to with him cons Urn tiy expecting the end. Dr. Mellen and Dr. Lincoln have had a consultation hut they can ff„r no hope of his surviving. Hi* death to expected hourly. He na* lawn under th- influence of opiates dnnng a greater part of the day. Ubal III* physician kays. Dr. M Malian, Mr Randall's physician, was se-n by a United Frees mpoi tor Hstur-daf short J before t o’clock aud just after he had left bb patient. Mr lUiidait** condition, ira mid, mid uuch trig.*I t-xoept that he was growing weak#r. He takes nourishment and is partially ounaciout, and seen.* to I .ow tin se around him when he is awakened to take his medicine or nourishment The house to boeujgcd by friends, both social and political, lait no one »inept the mem-ton of bto family to allow-l to ace him. president Harrison calls every evening or mod* to inquire after the took man aud Iprap the sick room welt supplied with choice flower* from the White Bourn conservatory. Hoeretery Blaine also calls or mods to Inquire after th# patient daily. Congressional. Waahixotox Cm, April Ii. —The senate Saturday paused the following billa: Pro- riding few th* disposal of the old Fort Lyon sn l F-rt Lyon military r«a*rvaUoua in Colorado lo urinal editors tmder the hum-Read laws; a[ proprialm* I A OHO for a pub-Ii* buikJtn* in Fargo. N. D.; appropriating lim,iiuo fur a public buildi -g at Ban Jam, I Cai. Th* bourn, »fter **» J -urnal was road. resumed consideration of th* < «>ntested election caes of Waddell against Wise. lbs vote ai the minority substitute reeu-lutioii declaring the anat vacant in the CoU-teeted steelie enae of W addsii vt Win wa* defeated.    ........ Nu Act ion Tahea. w maw I MOTI IN cmr, April 14.—Th* Pacific rai Lr •>*• I* ootumittac of the hon— rsenarad its coost I-ration of th** s-nat » Pacific railroad UIL Hi i Central Pacific portion, of the WU ware tak n up but no action wa* tak-u im auf of tho auction*. Th. oMtotder-ation was informal and bellote tak* ira >*n th* various sH-tioo* are not binding until the formal issuskfcration h begun Motions to ohauge th- rat* of inter st on Central Pacific bonds and to -hang- th* time of payment, were rot d down. F«.l»li« Building Bills. Waiumxotox City, April 14.-Arn-mg Ito Hlk reported to the senate favorably WIT, lit following: Appropriating $40,000 f.# the Mar ira b*» pital building at Gallipoli* I ll lo appropriating 9WO,(WI for a publi* hniMtag at Korwteh, Chara.; appropriating glut},UUU for a puWk building at Far ts, My. Assistant    rr Mar j af War- Waanixotox tmr, April 14 Gen hwto A Grant Saturday took th* oath of ofik* a* constitution, and directed that to* »Uou d W* given {Misaenk>n of the offlo- again. Met*-VI. r will th.refore nwume busine** at th* old stand as sheriff of Mackinac county. Polities and Religion Tshooed. Atlas ta, Ga., April IC —The Northern moiety of Georgia, orgnaiaad last week, has adopted a constitution. The objects we dw •rrtb-d as social intorennr*.* among northern rn n resl'tont in the sooth; th * ii Use mu aa Urn I of re! la hie information; tbs di-curag* in. ut or counteraetioit of moonsiderat* acWtm or speech tending to estrange any portions of our country, and th* .k.vtdojuneBl of th.* re-sources at th" south. Discussion of religion or i» titles at any of the sock ty’e meetings to (lunishatiie by expulsion. Hug Clselera and Rat*. Bloom I boyo*, IIM, April It —Hog chol ..rn and rat# ar* troubling the farmer* of Martin toe nsbip For ».me tim* the rat* It*vs tram devastating the granaries and making determined att irks on t ira dwellings. Thousand* of th* |iee;* ar* killed in a abort tune by hunting {arthra with d.»gs. ami th# farmers ar* devoting much of their time to th*sp rf Ute* curious fleet that tog cholera |irevaii* wt» re th* invasion of rat* ba* come, and it to mppoesd the diana se to ■ptwad by them. Preacher Whipped by Whlte-Capa Ultima Ihclx, Ark., April 14.—A mob of tw*nty-flv.< or thirty WhMto Cap* called on the Rev. J D. Irwin, n pmraebtir of tbs reorganize! church of th* I rat br ftay 8*iot» of this plans, and whipped him and otherwise maltreated him There wa* so far a* known no com* for the outrage, aa Mr. Irwin has alway* o ad acted himeelf null The mob A d afb r Laving accomplished Ila E 1 rpoae, ani it is not hkaiy that any au m* r of It will Is* ar reeled._ Ar* They th* Vt rung Men. OtooBA, Midk, April ii.—Florvno* Nightengale, the girl whom three mon ab traupted to abinct from bar mother's irack-yard th* utgbt of March 25, was put on the «Liad IS blay eh n Hie trial was resumed. Hue ha* baun in <ourt ever since th* examination Iraguu, but th* praaecutbm did not ask b>*r to Identify An .raw B nhit, th* man on trial Th* 0|4nkm seems to have become quit* prcvaiea that the nr..ag men are uoder afreet. Minlstsw Adams at Hum*. PlinAOUBIU, April 14.—K. E A lani*, Jr., United Htabss mintoter to Brasil, has arrived at hi. home her*. He says that he was Instructed by Secretary B.ain- on Nor. Iii the day alter th" Brazilian rramlution— Ut rtcogntoi th provisional government. This wa* th# first rec gnic on nccor.tod the ae* gov^mmeot by eay nation. Sow tux Hats try MuewtlghL FOHT Dodo*, iowa, Apili ll—The strange spectacle of farmers sowing nots by th* fight of the moon is now to be mmt nightly bi this vicinity Th# recent rains have Interfered with th* planting of grain until tow, an I the fear of a recurrence of th# wet A aether ba# named ti* farmer* to tak* Urn.- by th- forelock in this way. A Respite fur Uspbsrt Com MBI a. H C,, April 14 -Ltapbart, the otdor-d boy who wa* to hare l«en tranced Friday for semuituig and murder-uig Vlura Ho a Cannon, wa# reprieval until I May a on the ground of draoovery of nuw .videnow tot his favor. Ile Handles Him Without Glove* Because He Wakes Objections to th# Code- As Phelan'* Apology B's* Hot Aeeepled Ile leavsMi the Brave and Oeaerous af the World to flay If HI# Cwanra Wa# Without Palliation. WamiixuT’.x City, April It-Rqrc vMitatit# Fln-lan has erritb n a cant for ! publicatkvu in whicli, after giving a htotorf of tim origin of the trouble between himself and Col Fleming, be say*: “It struck me when I read Col Fleming** tote r to the Memphis paper that be had one of two ideas in his mind. Either that my scrupulous put It ericas wa* founded upon bar of him, or that ha was determined to force a difficulty. He spoke of my epokigy as hiving ‘all the out war.I ammiug of a manly apology.' He says, however, that ‘read according to its true inwardness, it to quite aa insulting and dishonest aa the one for which it to offered In apology.’ lie ■ny*: ’You must pardon me for saying that I regard this latter note as hat a crafty device,' etc. He says: ‘I am not so stupid a* to he led by so shallow an artifice into the acceptance of any neb pretending occurrence.’ Fleming Published the I sitter. “A* soon aa I read this Utter I sent h tm a message which It Beamed to rn.* hi# letter was in lauded to provoke. I addnwesd this personally to him. I exp-cted a reply which would be a ch i Hang" to lira or enable me to send him e challenge, for ray nu swage wa* not a challenge. Col Fleming, however, b Id my aieewtg" for two day* and then published IL From on* who had seemed so anxious to force me to th* wall I did not "Xpert the plea that be Ignored ‘the ' Now, I de not undertake to defend the en called code. It* barbarity to still an I-sue between England and the entire o<mti-n ut cf Europe. I frankly coof"## I can A id no mure ex.mss for 'the code* than for anything ciao which leads to violence or per sinai injury. But I have never been able to se* tlflj moral distinction bet ween doing another a malicious mischief forbidden by th# tows of God, and offering an expiation forbidden also by the tows of man. Rough oa the Bd Hor. “But I do not regard Its tow* as purely conventional and only binding on those who voluntarily arau os th un I h ive the highest admiration for the moral courage of th** man whose whole life of Justice to others sod upright intercourse with hts fellowmen Justify bi n ta repudiating a re#ort to vie* tone*. But when repo I ration af th# 'od# is used ss a sbtol I to protect out who is anything but Just to other*, and when the overbearing, the rn die I; ais, and th* domineering, unexpectedly chocked in tho roto of bully, cry out agama* it I naturally I magi us that th** fear of injury to the person anil the Impulse of cowardice Invest theso-onllad ‘oode’ with n degree of barbarity which to convenient lf not ad intr a Ma Did Ret Challenge Him. “That I acted hi-flly In wading a msaaag" designed to et I ai' a challenge to a man wan ignore* the code I rcadby admit But having tram warned to ’bail'I to him carefully' I tuwum.i that the bullying tone of lo - rataaa! to accept a hearty apology wa* the remit among other conUagenetos of over weaning perwmat courage I he refusal to sc-’pt my apology on th* part of a muo whom I sup-po«*d to ha le-ave Ailed me with inexprt-rsi-Me humiliation, at which I now Mill la Col. Fleming in bl* answer say* I have made my-lf ridiculous. This to true. But then I did md kn w Col Fleming as I do now He refers to the fac t that denunrtatL ii follows th* refusal to accept a challenge. I did not challenge hun lf I bad and he had en tor* I his plea of contempt fur the cud* I should certainly do rn I now do—have accepted hi* estimate the code in th* pending issue. Has "Pasted" Himself. “As far ‘prating* him I think that even a des • to pwras this ridiculous affair would not ha - Justified this He has prated him self. I am ready to accept * the verdict of tiara* who reject the ‘code that I acted in a tuannsr that was unjustifiable. Bat in v ew of the bullying to which I wa* Mb* J>« tost, and In stew of tho aiTwnful and iii salting refusal to accept an unequivocal ami fi link apology. I think I raw safely trave to that fwrUo* of the World which to ix-ava. Just ami generous bi say whette r what I dkl was without pdilation ” Building Lots for Sale. 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. Hig^bLland Paris.* One Hundred Lots ranging in size from fifty feet front to one hundred feet and thirtytfront, all very deep. Prices from $50 to$500, on terms to suit purchasers. One of the nicest residence plats in Alton. Over IOO Houses and Lots parts of the oily. Call and D»! k Mi, I in different see lint. A. J. HOWELL DEALER IN OIL HARPETS, CURTAINS, CLOTHS, RUGS, Ac. Our Prices WILL BB FOUND LOWER-Considcring Qualities and Styles- Than in ttnv other houae in Alton. In consequence of the DUKAT EXTENT of our SALES we »r« enabled lo do Busine** oo a VERY CLOSE MARGIN nod ii it a recognized fact thai we handle by far LARMER QUANTITIES OF GOODS TUAN ANY OTHER HOUKE IN THE CITY. WHENEVER AND WERB VBR YOU SEX THIS tm too kinds rn bum mo* $10 to t« ITB oa vol SSSUIMS lira (MV ’UM-.Swore *g( C lose Coll fur a Hutu*****!. Kansas Cm. April JA—Fire autoed by lira ex ph rah ta of a gmradine stove In OM of a r>w of ad«>v*ii small tenement brain, at the m,rte r af Twentieth ami Penn street*, destroyed six of them. Th* wind was Mowing furiously at the tim" and the Hsiimm spread with such rapidity that many of the teuNiita Irarvty era-aped with their live* John Garvin Jumped from a ra-con.1 story wtn-low aud sin inned savor* injuries, the three Mira 11 children of Mrs Harmon, whom their mother bad locked In the house while she went marketing, were rescue-1 by the fire men from a second-story window. There were tnsay other narrow secapea The bras to $10,(110.___• Wagon Works Destroy rd. Ti ms, (Ado, April 14—The O’Brien Wagon work-*, a large Urn* -story brick strut tare, wa* destroyed by fire at an early hour hi the morning, involving a k»* ut |a, 1,0 (I, loamed tor $32,UUU. The first aiariu a turn*-I iii at 4 JI), quickly followed by a vet "lid aiel general alarm, lait owing to th<- by bauta being rkigg"d with mud no water coul I la* ti trow n until the fire wa* tray ut I ("Hitrol Nxthtng wa* ara vwl oxceft a (em un fin Lated wagons Hev nty-flv. aion sr. thrown ort of employment and the ■ ^uaMUtt'w ar* th* factory will not he re-Mint __ Will Ile a Fand Idal.- la UM. MSW Yon*. April 14 —The Hun'a Washington sped • I says: President llarr im ha# formally announced that h • will Ira a candl-data for renomiMthindn ltW2 His spoke# man to the Hon J. N llutirn, tr«a«ur»r of the United Mates and chairman of the Be r blic .u state central commttteuof Indiana. Mr. H union to lares that “ I > Ila us will go Ii. publican in IHM*, and she will go for Ben Harrison.* The announcement to taken to he very significant and official iii all rent we ta.     _ 4 apt. Boynton's Assailant. Hr. lox ac*, Mich., April 14 -bos Waite burn, th* tm.na? r of the troupe that at-tiA'-k'l ('ap4 Bovnbu and Whc*dm<ui Graves i« hoard the »o«*io*h Bt Ignat-e, W MS ar rusted at Heed City and brought ba< k te rn He was arraigned od rn charge of assault with int- nt to kill and wa* re-,-rasrat ob ball. It to doubtful lf (hrav** rn-OOvent TRADE MARK. I IMN A STI)VK OK KAMO* YOU MAY BE CERTAIN That it la th* VERY. HK HT article that can be had for the prloe aahed. A. L. FLOSS, Third st. Opposite Belle, BEE OUR NICE LINE OF Granite Ware MOST COMPLETE LINE IN THE CITY. SPRING SUITS. I am now receiving a large and varied stock of Clotha, in all the prevailing ahadea. for Spriog Suits, which I am prepared to make up im th* asliionable 1 ItvlesJT GUARANTEEING Most A Perfect Fit. Reasonable Rates Complete and Satisfaction. H G. G. Moritz. 112 Third st. H. A. HOFFMANN. 4 No. 100-102 Flint Second Hi./;, hoi a Aot x re ton Monitor ani 1 'prior* nm Stoves^ Flrebacks Wiura i d to faust Five Yearn. “<jHICK MM AL” OAHOLINM STOVES. Boojittg, Q%tt*ring % .'A   .....    ...   .

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