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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - April 15, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALTON LALLY TELEGRAPH.  VOLUME  ALTON, ILL., TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 15, 1800.  NO. 25 8   Dr. J. W. Enos’ Sanitarium,  ALTON, ILL.  DR. ENOS announces that he has established in a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the  TREATMENT OF ALL COMBLE DISEASES.  BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL.  His experience daring many years has convinced him that all diseases esn be managed more successfully in an institution of this kind, under the eoQftant supervision of the physician, and with the aid of means not otherwise at command, than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers st intervals of several hours or da vs.  The position of the SANITARIUM is high, and the surrounding are free {rom ail noxious influences. It it readily reached by the Seoond street horse inn, and is near the Union Depot.  The building is birri, and arrangements are as perfect as is possible from • knowledge of samtaiy science and the requirements of such an institution.  Electricity in all its forms; Oxygen and its compounds; Baths, Douches, Massage, Inhalation, Nursing, eto., are provided as may be required by patients, in addition to such other treatment as may be deemed ail'  Iv! sable.  A LAUGH SOLARIO!  For Sun Baths and exercise in cold and inclement weather, etc., ie provided.  Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and receives hit daily personal attention.  INToxv Open  FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS.  For further information addrest Dr. ENOS at the SANITARIUM, corner of George and Third its., Alton, III.  Latest id Beaded fraps iii Capes.  - AIRBO  AT  TTT Til GLOBE.  ALTON, ILL.  RAN INTQ A BRIDGE.  Nmt  And Thret* Persons Perish the Flames.  iV  Ii ll  in  HOLOCAUST NEAR DES MOINES, IOWA  Th# filii,.rt Starch Work, Coin|*l.tot?  Dot rn,ct bf rum..—Mad Knot, of  th. Employes ti, Xitapr from Ik.  Mu rn in, Ili.iUI — Th. i’l an k I ii I on  Unto! at It. trull Gutted Md Two  Wonton Maili! limned.  DKH Morns, I<ion, Aj»ril IS.-Tho OII. brr* Htarch work,, cine of tho largest tit .u-uf let tiring establi- hmnU in Ult, city,caught Urn ut soon M<m«t iy Mi l we completely dc it royed. T e work, common*! 501) bulbels of corn dally and employed 12ft banda Tho loan will exceed #100,000. The ti mea rn de nu ch rapid program that the ss*-pa of some of the employee wee cut off and three of I be rn—two girls ami on* men—ware burned to doeth  A runic ut th. Works.  The works Hie situated about three mils* from the bunin** center of the city ami the full detail* ere not yet obtainable. The Ah ii ii «a broke out in tho first story, and bm soon aa the cry of “Brei * was carried from ti 1  or to floor tin're wa. a mal ruab on the p rt of the employe* to escape. Many of th era t uu I bled down a stairway and several girls were seriously Injured, three of them having their arms brob u. The flambe spread with such rapidity that It la a miracle that more titan throe were not bunted to death.  Criminal Car.les.n.sa Results In a ter at East Saginaw, Rich.  Hast Haunt aw, Mich., April IS—The -to inter Handy Roy, of the hay line of riv r Hies mer*, running between K.ginaw md Hey City, while bound down r ot into the Hunt ■ ad Pere Mnrqnetto railroad bridgs carrying away all ber upper works | sn I sweeping many po pL into the river. • Bito Woe sixty feet west of her conrae in the ahAooel. Gin I ><wihws on the p rt of those in charge hi given na the c use of the eccl-lent, t’ * pi Do sen got aa hor > rid esc i p si, although poUce are searching for bim. George Little, engineer, and Et Trump, the man at the s heel, are in Jail.  I he Mat of Tlctlma.  Items of Interest to Capital and Labor.  BIG STRIKE IN NEW VORK AVERTED.  ) Th. Differ.or. ll.tw.en the Central Labor I Ilion and the Heeia Iron Work, Bati-fartoriljr Adjusted—Situation ut lh. Ureal airth, of Carp.at.ra at 01.1-ea,o Maasarbnsef ta t arpenlrra    I le  nt a ii ct aborter Hours.  New York, April IU —What threatened lo tm a long and bitter contest between  *** r“TL to  rn*  k T 1 2 a j CRpital and labor hen, in the way of a .trike placet it at five, lh. Mat of miaaing and’  1   Black, Collar aal Paaiers  Latest and Correct Styles in  Millinery Novelties  Latest id Clotting aal Gent s Fandangoes  Shoes Best and Cheapest  A DETROIT HOTEL GUTTED.  The Guests Los. All Their Personal Effects—A Woman Badly Burned.  Detroit, April 15 —The Plankinton botel, the third largest hotel in Detroit, was gut-- ted by Are Munday night. Antoinette Fabian, a domestic, en tem) ber room on the second story al out M o’cloafc and found it all on Are. HL*? ran screaming to the third story, alarming th. guests Th. fire quickly conin.unn ated to the elevator an i shot upward to the roof, spreading to every floor. The guests, aroused by Mbs Fabian’s cries, fled to the street by the stairs and fire escapes.  The Heroin. Becomes t’anlr-Strlrkea.  Mise Fabian beneme p mc stricken aik!  would not leave tha houteduntil for owl to do •o by the Bremen. When removed she was badly burned alout bur head, face, neck aud breast, and bail, it is feared, inhaled some of the flames, rendering her recovery doubtful. Her hair fell from ber head iu a mass while sb»> was being carried to the hospital, Cora Weuman, a charnu rmaid, on duty on the thin! fluor at the time the Are broke out, was slightly burned about the face.  Escape of the Guests.  The gu.ats ••Heaped but taal all their |wren) a1 baggage No ooe knows how the Are started. Mims Fabian’s statement that her room was all on fire when abo <q*>nwl the door offers no clew to Un, origin beyond showing where it started. Tho hotel building WM owned by J M * J. C. D. Williams and K. D. Canter, who valued it from im), ODO to #l5u,0(JU.  Eire la the Jersey Forest*.  Plk ak a RT vi t.iji, N. J., April IE—A Are is raging in tbs heavy pine timber near this place. Large gauge of meu have bren sent from bere to endeavor to stay Ila march. Many barns ani buts in the woods are said to have basil burned and considerable live stock lost The Arn is said to have been ■tarted by tramps.  Over SUD acres of timberland has already been burned over, and the Ara la Mill spreading. The damage thus far amounts to over $5U,UUD. Horne of the smaller farmers are rained, having hat bu lid I nr*, cattie, horses, pigs and poultry. The who!, region is aroused, and the accus Is one of great fear and excitement, AU th. residents for miles around are fighting the flames.  Big Blaaa at Omaha.  ORAHA, Neb., Ajnil 14.—Fire at lf 28) in the morning destroyed the clothing store of Browning, King A Co. and damaged the stocks of N. B. Falconer, dry gouda, and Mm J, Bern- n, millinery. Lamm, #114,000; incur* ne**, #75,(MX).  IOWA RAILWAY Jb£GI8LATlON.  Th. Elate Involved la Three Halts Against Her ald lr.ii I Heads.  Dee Moire*, la., April 14— Three suite against railway companias to compel compliance with the orders of the railway board, have been ordered by the • oui in buttoners. One case sued upon is the cattle crossing aum again-1 the Nason City and Fort Dodge railway for refusing to construct an iwdar-grouud crossing near Belmont. The Leal ie H tat kin caws against the De* Mom.* aud Kansas (Tty will date run ut- the right of tbs commission to compel the chising of stations at whatever pointe they may instr*, without respect to the fact that other statu me are located within two or three miles. The Milwaukee aas* for refusing to plea* cm-tu betta tier*' scltmluL in operation spud ship menu from one point in Iowa to alioth*' point within the state when the shipment cronies the state line rn transit, lids involves the constitutionality of the Iowa law a bien give* the hoard power to com pet the conrail doners' rates upon such ship men ta    •  hag lr Ulsdiarg.il tram fasted jr.  Wa* iii rotor Cite, April Uk—The supreme court ai the United Htatea rendered . decision in caw- of Bb-riff Cunningham of Ban Joaquin county, California, against Marshal Devil Nsgte, brought b r* on an appeal from the Ju igmrat of th*- circuli court of tie- United Blate* of California, which discharged N*gte from the custody of Ute sheriff abo held bim a prisoner on the charge of murdering Judge refry last August. TIM court in a long opinion delivered by JiMtioe Miliar affirms the Judgment of the circuit coart authorising the discharge of Nagle. Justice F el l did not Mt is the bearm { In this case aor take part in the ie-ttshin    ___  M oi lie* polls Bo od I. 4 Ider mea.  .I! ? ii sea POL'S, Mina, April IS.-The grand Jury after two weeks’ iu castigation of the ektermitto bootle charges have Issued bench warrants for Ute erred of A Mardi in John T. McGowan and Krwi Bru***hater, of the First ward, and City Clerk Charles F. H nay The charges are bribery or attempt# I bribery Th* »M**rm n ar* •ccuw-1 of abetting money for ti* • »-ic .tam of a sUe* t Mid th* city clerk is iii. god to have offered to a €hto*go company to deliver twmty-Ave a Ider me tee nounal! paving contract flute)  I  injur.i so fur ss known la ss follows:    Miss  ing- M ss My Ii iglil; Mrs. C-*thrrtne N.vins, mother of R v. Father Nevins; a boy sal two unknown man. Injured— Thorn *s Massy, sir iou! I y*, Coart** M May, digit tty; Lint rd It wreter, slightly; Rudolph Wr>ge, .ye b dly Injured; Bandy Ferry, of Carol Hon, face badly cut; boy from went side sever.iy injured, besides a numlier of Hay City prop I- whose n mea cennot be ai certain d. Th J c .plain bas not yet been found.  Breach of Promise Nutt.  Ca KTH aob, Ilia,, April Bk—Miss Leah Brewer, of Tioga, in Hancock county, has brought suit against Dr Arista Lloyd of the same place for #10,(XXI fof breach of promise. Lloyd procured a marriage license at the county clerks afflue in Cartha*-* Fab. SN last to marry Miss Brewer, lait subsequent iy destroy#I it. Kn-iay Im secured another I ice ne* at til** same place to wed Miss Carri. Kern, of Tioga, who is the young 'laugh er of the Rev. Mr Kern, an Evangelical Lutheran minister. Mise Brewer was la Carthage Saturday and employe I attorn *y*. Hive says that Lloyd ha* bas aly betrayed bor. Lloyd den!■•* the charge ami says It is a caae of blackmail or pirseci Hon.  The U cattier sad Crops.  Wakhirotor CrrT, April 14.—The wrath  mt crop Lull-*'in fortlk» week ended Hatur-day eays: The we*thor during the past week bas bevil th* moat far* re hie of the season for the growing crop# end general farm work throughout Un central valleys and north west, the o mil it ton* ex ten* I mg southward to T,xs« and the gu*f aUte, an i se it* log is progressing rapidly ae far north ae Mmnmota and ltekota, where the conditions were very favors hic.  Bora with a Blee Com pie a lea.  ITttihchu, April 15.—Kvan Evans ani wife, both Welsh, who hee in a boat on Iii * river hank, have tema bk****! with a girl baby wi h a blue skin—not an ultramarine, but the color a place of white muslin tokes on after bein; rinsed in Indigo water. This color is not alone in th** fans of the child, but ex :e. id* to IU body and lim I a. Ti*.* aj-t* a*ling physician say* the b .nub color of th*- -kin La eau es I by a faulty oomtructtun in the bear!  Heath of Father Jaea.  Lvorh, Iowa, April I# — Father F. C. Jara, the plaintiff in the f-m* u* suit for #100,000 ag -.inst Bishop Hennessey, of Dubuque, died here very sudd lily from th. effects of the grip. Fslbcr J en was *gwd Al and was a n-*tlrc of Franca, where moat of his relatives reside.  of the trad-* genera.Iv has fortunately been averte I and Monday men < f all tradea went to work at th* u mal boar. Ih * difference between the Central La bor union and tile Hods Iron works people wa* a ljdktad Munday to the satisfaction of loth pert ie* and a pron u admi alo was sent forth that the men who wrr* called out on Friday and Hat unlay should resume work again The non-union men employed have been discharged.  THE CHICAGO CARPENTERS.  A Jstfs'i Brr lain# Result* Iu a Partial Victory tor the Mea.  Cit it'ago, April lh—The attempted re-; sumption of work by the master os r pen ten* Monday morning m«y be reckoned a complete failure. Very f.iw of the Journeymen wh . on 8 turd <y promised to go to work were on h ml, and of thee, but fewer still had the hardihood to go to work. At the request of An I row McNally, the on oar of a new building in this city on which work was stopped by th* carpenters’ -trike, Judge Dr. nJcrgast ordered th* assignee of the contractor to proceed with the work and give the mea th** pay and hours they isk.  Rf I une*ota Right-Hoar teslas.  FT. Pall, April 15.—Tho Minnesota eight hour league met here Munday and adopted resolutions directing tbs executive board to •onfar a lto all Central labor organisations with a view to arrange for a meeting af reprise*! tall v.M cd al) la bos organizations of the Mate to form a state federation of labor. The .Becutivc council of the Farmers' alban.** will also be conferral with.  They Vt aal a Shorter Work Bay.  Poston, April It -Orgaul* -re reported at a me ting of the t arp. liter*' district council that every tm I* organ z i ion in the state promise* to Anancialty support th. oar|wnter» in their eig.it and uine boor demands. the union ctirpooters of the state numlier ti,.MXI and they are urged by their lee.tars to make every effort to secure the on (va* ions wit boat « strike.  Building Lots fox* Sale.  Comer 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 <fc Sixth, 60x120, $500. Highland Parlt.  One Hundred Lots ranging in size from fifty feet front to one hundred feet and thirtyffront, all very deep. Prices from $50 to$500, on terms to suit purchasers.  One of the nicest residence plats in Alton.  Over KH) Houses and Lots in different parts of the city. Call and me list.  !&  8 street.  WHENEVER AND WERE VER YOU SEK THIS  tm TOO KROS ANO BUU HOR ll Oso TS ITB.  ret MMU.**  Mi* nm Tstot-asax. sft  lf  ( spt J A T Hull, of th. Iowa Heveeth distr1.1. is ut training to coutest with Rop-nram af Fri Cougar th* nomination fur con-grass ta that district.  A GEORGIA COURT INCIDENT.  Will Bsidia Knocks Bowa a Woman and  Shoots Two Others.  Watch* ..sa, Ga., April lh—Al Brunswick, Ga., Saturday, young Will Bcldiu wa* summoned to appear I*# for. Recorder Bure ha nit to os wrr to th. charge of diaurderly conduct and s*liking a woman who insulted him the Bight befur*, far which offence he was I flood #5. Bs paid Hie floe, ami started to leave tbs court bouse, and encounter 'd th. ■ame woman on tike step*. Rh* brushed against bim, and he promptly knocked her down again, for which offence bs wa* Him*! i IX Ii" informed the recorder that he would “have a h—U of a time getting it*  Murder and Ile Ie Id*.  He started to tear# the eouit-room Be corder Borchardt rdereJ Patrolman It T. Ms*w, to stop bim. Beldia drew hi* pwtol and fired two shot at M*w»y Chief of Po lice H uston rushed up to the scene, aad I BeJdta .bot bim twice through the chest, and tora tried to commit auloi ie by shooting j himself. Pet Mini sn Mess ny died two hours after from hut w mmU. Neither *»f th** other parties bt expect **i to live.  Two Im. portent questions.  W AHU I ROTON UTT, April lh.—Th* two vital quest urn* bow Iwfore the country will ha considered nu bude the bouse in annona and commute.- during this week. Us lees the unexpected ballpens McKinley will report the tong ex;*ectad tariff bill from the ways aad means committee early la th* woek, white Carlish, will present the view* of the minority la opposition to tbs bill The question of fixing a tun* for debats ami fur voting on toe bill will ba cooadered in the Republican caucus cai Led for to-night. The silver question M now under conli boation In caw os committee, ami caucume of both bouse aad senate wit) likely ba held before the end of the a-ek to determine on n party measure  A Itemom rallc Victory.  Pm >v id knob, It I., April 14-Tb* postponed city election rraaited in a Democratic victory, giving that party a senator ami eight rt pr sen satires The complexion of the loci ruing h-gutetura shows fifty -atren Democrats and fifty Republicans, which gives the Democrat* s working majority, with two to spare, aad in tires th* ejectum af th* Democrat ic ■ ab* ticket. The Australian ballot system worked like clockwork, vary tew voters requiring instruction in preparing their ballote, whits every holy had tone enough to vote.  The Prayer af the Publican.  Atu a*. N. Y., April 14.—Rev G. A,  Houghton visited K minter in his ceil the other afternoon “I an. the first minister of the gospel Kern«i ter has talked with,' •aid Rev Houghton, *ih<ss he entered the oood>-tuue I aril. For the first time bi his life Ibis man prayed aloud. H- aa-f<«•*»«) it i tnt that be murirrsi tbs Swifter girl, ‘But,' said Kemmter, it was the wbte-ky I drank that made .ae do to' The pray-r which Kern ut hr uttered st., the publi.au* cry, ttod be merciful to mqa sinner”  Afraid af the McKinley Hilt.  Ryu, ie, April IL.-Tku agitation initiated by French rip. rt«-r» in inquisition to th* enactment of the McKinley tariff UU into Mw .    to being foil-*wed up la to commercial clr  totes    for an    ,     c k* of thi« city. Hor ha nu reb* Hts engaged  u.    was    paid    j b  Ammi mn exportsttou l>u*iness are  bending their sflsrgim to sscuru the rdw-thin or mo ificatton of th* measure. Th y argue that the past* of the bill in its pres-‘ rat Jiape won 11 strike a fresh and s» no us  Mtrlh# en th** Mobile awd Ohio Hallway.  Mobile, Al*., April 14. —Only one freight truni has pass-*I over the Bt l»uls dlvtotoo of the Mobile ami Ohio railroad since last  Monday. Tho strike of the conductors and br.hemen continuos,  Opinion en th# Pen-Americaa Congress.  Lordoe, April 14— The Observer, is a leaning od*torte), says It is evident from the proceedings at toe VV ashington confr, ran os that th* tim* hi not yet ripe fi r Pan-American lam. The mesgrraews of the capital in vested in Booth Americas by cl ti sen* of the United Stat**, aa compared wit,. European investments there to point'd out as one ira-ami far tbs alleged failure of the pontereoce to reach satisfacbwy or vaiuahis result*.  The Pittsburg Walk F,aded.  PmilVM, Pa., April 14—The 141-hour walking match ended at lO^tfl Saturday night The track waa sixteen laps to the mite Hardy won with 5AH miles, S laps; Moore, .VB mites; Hughes, SJO miles; Nore-tnac, SOI tules, 8 te|e; Mower Iii, HH miles, Ut lap*, 11< wan, 47« mite*, 7 laps. Twenty-six wa k.r- started a week ago  Minister Held of Ber Freese.  New Yobb, April 14—Mr, Whitelaw  Retd, United K ta tee minister to France, who ha* Mss spending a vacation in tots city, satled far Havre Hat unlay on th* steamship La Bretagne. Mrs Retd accompanied bim.  Keeeped la Beaver’s kalema  Der vee, Colo.. April 14 —Hah was illegally open Sunday were rallied, and seventy pecan is. mc.ii liiqt * 'me pr.Hiiin-nt citizens, ar* rested end i<H-ka>t up without bail.  COCKRELL’S LATEST SENSATION.  He l‘re|MM*s*t* Make a aerial of It—Bark Boing* Minted at.  New Yoke April 14—The World baa begun an attack apa Henry Hilton. The arilel# la ratltled: “The Opening Chapters la a Curious Tate erf Contemporaneous Huotety; How a Social Hecret Waa Guarded and Hidden; The Mystery of Hilton's influents! Over Htewart at lout I vered, The Motive lur th* Grave Robbery Made Clear.” liifluet.fr F<> u H ii rd OM Crim*.  Th* art). Ie asw- rts that thi influence of Hilton over Htewart wa* founded ta a crime.  * lh* rriio# involved the honor of a woman, and th* reputation an I vast butine** of the greatest dry goo.Is merchant on the omit-neat Hilton, as a lawyer, did the work that averted the calamity which would bar* rani I to I from rap. anura. From that hour his atar began its ascendancy ,*  TI... Will Cea* Ta He Reopened.  The nr tic ie then proceed* to summarize the facts already known aa to the pausing of th* Htewart fortune into Hilton's ooniro). It akan* with lh* deolaratioa that the Htewart  • ill case will he reopens I, and all the facts brought oat. The article will bs continued in future editions of The World.  Pte«3 Im a WtsroM*ln Tow*.  Osm eon ti, WM, April IS —News reaches this city that th. street* of New Londoners completely floated by water, the Fog liver having overflowed its teste Traveling nu n « ho reached Oshkosh say liiat bunts are tot tig used a* the only means of transports lion upon the street*, of New l,oudoe, and that business rara and other* fear a repetition of the .Iuet*Lrou* floods of tkfid  We tride of a • ssptretar.  DB BV EE, toto.. April UL.—At I LO o'clock Hu (alay night Oecer M. Roberta, on* of th* young na ii who was arrested four weeks ■go for coasinracy lo kidnap sx-Heaator Tabor sod hold him for a ransom of #50, • OOO, committed suicide by tsking sn ounce of landanam  A Reg I asea I of Indian*.  WsaniRuvoR Crrr, April to—The secretary of war bas under consideration a plea for rate mg a regiment in the regular army  whk ii will be composed of ’Indian sold lr r a with Indian n'm-fi'inoilsteooed otficers, and the < oui missloned oAoers from th* regular ar my  Pstti rWu«a to sing tgto a •I Nan Franuteoo, hut one age its con cee led a cylinder o sad caught the tm pf Baston of  TH ADE MARK  LTON A STOVE OU RANGE YOU MAY BK  CERTAIN  That it la the VERY BERT artic!* that can be bad for the price asked.  A. L. FLOSS,  Third st, Opposite Belie,  SEE OUR NICE LINE OF  Ciranit© War©  MOST COMPLETE LINE IN THE CITY.  A. J. HOWELL  V  DEALER IN  CARPETS, CURTAINS, CLOTHS, RUGS, Ac.  OIL  Our Prioes  WHX BE FOUND  LOWER -Considering Qualities and Styles-*  Than in aav other house in Alton. In consequence uf th* GREAT EXTENT of our SALKS vc are enabled to do BusincM ou a VERY CLOSE MARGIN and it I* a recognized fact that we bandle by far  LARGER QUANTITIES OF GOODS  THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE CITY.  SMU SLITS.  I am now receiviug a large and vade I stock of Cloth*, In all tie prevailing shade*, for Spring Suits, which I am prepared to mak* up in th*  IVdost  F'astiipnable Stvles,'  GUARANTEEING  A Perfect Fit,  Reasonable Ratos Complete  and  Satisfaction.  blow at U nnau exuvtL’Kvi-iyter-WkL IGC, Childre  pbonograpa of Bdl--'us a the stage ber 11,000  n 10c. doc lh u*  H.C.G. Moritz. 112 Third st.  II. A. HOFFMANN.  No KMMO'J East Second st.  Milk. AGK* r# FOK  floior aDi 1 f  apriori-.  Fire back* Wa. run od to Lu»t Five Yearly  “QUICK MSAV’ 0AIOLISK BTUYBS.    y,    *   

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