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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - April 16, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON DAILY VOLUME WEDNESDAY APRIL 259 Enos DB BNOS annotmoeB that he has established in a building purchased for the purpose a 8ANITAKIUM for the BOTH MEDICAL and His experience during many years haa convinced him that all diseases can be managed more successfully in an institution of this under the constant supervision of the and with the aid of means not other wise at than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers it intervals of several hours or The position of the SANITARIUM is and the surrounding are free from all noxious It is readily reached by the Second street horse and is near the Union The building is and arrangements are as perfect aa is possible from knowledge 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 in addition to such other treatment as may be deemed A LARGE SOLARIUM For Sun Baths and exercise in cold and inclement is gach patient is thoroughly examined by and receives hie dally personal FOR THE RECEPTION OP For further information address ENOS at the corner of George and Third at Latest and Correct Styles in Shoes Best and Cheapest AT THE IT jT fp m m uiw f IN CANAL Detailed Pians and Cost of the Proposed SIX AND A HALF MILLIONS The Report Ituscd Upon Sur VOT8 Mucln In 18H3 itnil Mlllll IJiu of tin Ciinitl To Ho Billon lu umt tlio TarniluiiH To Do Mndc nt tlio Mouth of Rock Hjiltnl City WASHINGTON April plans of tlio roiitfl and intimates of the cost of the proposed Honnopln cmml have boon completed by chief of the United States mid submit ted to the Tho report is based upon govurnmcnt Biirvoys iinulo in 1883 nnd Tlvj adopted lino of the canul npproved by the secretary of war Is from Ih Illinois river UPPER ILLINOIS AND PROPOSED BO about one and onofourth miles above the of at the groat bend of the Illinois thonoe via Bureau creek val Pennys slough and Rock river to the Mississippi at the mouth of Bock with a feeder to Rock river near From the Illinois river to the feeder junc tion the route is necessarily nearly identical with the main line for the Hennepln canal as surveyed and located in the princi pal deviations being the change In the cross ing of Iho main lino of the Rock Island and Pacifio railroad from the third to the seventh mile the straightening of the lino at the ond of the thirteenth mile across a bond in Bureau around which the route was originally Modifications of tho This linn been made prasticable by a change in Burenu creek made by tho rail road company through an artificial cut on the south and west sides of their whereby tho bend hts been disconnected from ths creek The canal now cross tho old river bed without an Various changes in tho bod of tho creek call for minor modifications of tho The railroad has doubled its which in creases tho difficulty of location of tho especially in the Pond Creek The canal reaches the summit level at the twen tieth milo after an ascent of 205 feet through twentyfour locks with lifts varying from three to ten foot Tho original num ber of locks proposal for the eastern elope wa3 but it has been consid ered advantageous to take into tho canal tho water of the marshy area at the sum which has necessitated an additional Tlio Tormlnus of tho The summit level ojctonds from the twentieth to the twentyfifth whore the Dixon feeder joins and continues to the thirtyfifth mile on the line of the original Marais Dosior surveyed route except a cbange in lock S7 from seven to nine feet making tho grade wetward from this lock two feet Prom the thirtyfifth intto to near the mouth of Rock tho route is the same as tho Rock Island via Pennys slough and Rock surveyed in but several modifications have been made in the distribution and lifta of On tho fortyeighth mile the flight of three locks proposed in 1885 is modi fied to three soimrato detached looks with basins between them and tho locks in Rook fiver are differently located and with lifts varying from the original proposed The terminus of the lino Is made at the mouth of Rock river instead of at the Mississippi one and a half miles below Rock bland city as proposed this terminus affording a much more capacious harbor and entrance to the Mississippi end of the Length of the Main The total lockao on the descent from the summit level to the mouth of Rock river Is Ip8 made by thirteen locks varying in lifts from three to ton feet The length of tho western slope from tho feeder junc tion to the Mississippi river is fiftytwo The main lino is seventyseven miloa tn of which fifty miles is canal and twentyseven miles slackwater navigation In Rock river by locks and Thirty seven locks are required of on average depth of seven flve re spectively 43J feet in length and forty foot in of and tortyono The Total Tho constructions required upon tho feeder are o guardlock lit the entrance of Rock a dam across Rock a net of sluice aqueduct over Oroen river ISO feet long and 70 feet and thirty nine highway Tho report compares tho of 1885 with those made this year an follows For tho main or loss than those of 18b5 by for tho feeder or greater by 18 than the estimates of llie total cost Is Istimatod to bo It to upon thle nport that tho committee on riv ers and harbors has recommended with which to begin the MILLIONS IN Tho VuultH of Undo Sums Truiwury In Jtuil WAKHINOTON April The treas urer uf thu United Btuton has asked the houso committee on appropriations to put through tho liousn immediately a special ap propriation to enable him to strengthen tho old treasury vaults in which aro ag gregating Ho Imd txiwrl madu Busnidons imving boon urouuod iw lo tUewicurlty of tho which are of u style twontyflvo years Bis expert borod i hnlo Uiroujch tbo vault wall in seventeen and made the hole large enough to crawl through in sev enteen Practically tho contents of tho vaults wore his infiO 000 in In u corner six foot Tho on rowlvlug startlliit lold Troanunir Hus ton I K iroiiiiHiiitf t tlinrtiKl Urn IIOUHO iwiiio dintoly any ducmod iioeon K Thu Wedding April mar riage of lliKB Mnrgnret Hlaitio to Wal ter Dumrosuli him bwu ixwtpoiiud from tho April to May TUu time IMS boon wt with regiuxl to tho if Andrew an It wl tv inoinboi wl it was whllo on a coaching trip with several years s tbnt iJiuiirocli Unit met his Carnegie will leave with the PauAmer loans on their southern trip the 18th andwill return to Washington May On the Vi8d of May ami Carne gie will snil for ami it is probable thnt the newlymarrlod cotipln will ncoom pnny them and Bppml ha summer THE DAY IN The IIdiino Iaffgoft the Nnvnl Appropria tion WASIIINUTON April senate adopted a resolution calling on tho secretary of tho interior for the report of Jesse Span government director of tho Pa cific on tliu management also a resolution authorizing select ommlttee on the five clvllizo1 Indian tribes to Invrstlgate the status of tho nego tiations in regard to tho Cherokee with power to send for persons and papers and to visit the Hawley gave no tice that ho would try to call up the worldu fair bill next The Montana election cnse was then taken up aud Morgan addressed tho In tlio The naval appropriation bill was called up and the house rejected the amendment ot tho committee of tbo striking out the clause providing for tho construction of the three fast line battle ships by a vote of 104 to and tho bill was Must Go on a WASHINGTON April secre tary of tha navy has cabled to the com mander of the United States steamship Al liance at Gibraltar ordering htm to wait there until tho arrival of United StatoS Consul MatthnwB and then to sail with him to his post at It seouis that there are certain diplomatic which the officials are not willing that make it desirable that the should make Inn appear ace at Tangier timo on a MoCaDa To Ke WASHINGTON April general courtmartial to try Commander McCalla lias Ixwn ordered to convene in Now York on April Rear Admiral Har mony will ba president of tho with Perry Garst as judge Mooting of tho Loyal April the Union league front Monday night there gleamed in letters of fire a welcome to the Loyal Legion of tho United hiiJ flags flut tered os if it wore a Tuesday tlv Loyal IvCgion met It had its inccp tioa in Philadelphia in a body of r who organized to attend the funeral of Lin It has growntill It reaches every state aud Tuesday military gathered from ocean to shook touched elbows swore allegiance anew to the ExPresident Rutherford Hayes is the The lllblo Must Go Aftor April Al of tho Oshkosh Normal said recently that a member of the supreme court had written to him that tho late decision of the court in ttu Kdgerton did not con template the exclusion of tho Biblo from tho A member of that interviewed yesterday on the said the opinion of the court deprecates the use of tho Jiiblo in the common and holds that the mere reading of It such schools must be considered sectarian instruc and therefore Where Uoos Undo Sam Coine In April of this IB confronted with a race war on tho threshold of his second official Tho city council is composed of Germans and The Germans and have captured all the appointive offices and the chairmanships of the leading standing The result is unsatisfactory to the Irish and Sttm the newly appointed oity was forced tore and an Irishman was put in his Mayor Stuart la in DCS and when ho returns a lively session is Dlmiiter on tho April train on tho Fltchburg while mov ing at the rate of thirty miles an hour ran into a freight car near derailing the baggage car and En gineer Billings and Firouian Robrbunk were probably Bo far has been loomed all of the passengers escaped with a soveiB shaking A wrecking train from Mcchauicsville h a been sent to tha The loss to the railroad company will be Will Get ThoiUHolrog Into NEW April World special from Oklahoma sayn Stockmen are ship ping cattle into the Cherokee strip in defi ance of tho presidents Hun dreds of trainloads being sent The cattle are Billed through to Kansas but when the trains got into the strip the car doom are aud tho cattle has tily It is estimated that cat tle are tlius bring hauled into tho strip every In spite of the vigilance of the Henry SIcNulty April Henry McNiilly died Sunday evening at 0 For thlrtyflvo years he had been the leader of the Dubuuuo bar and llgunxl In almost eviry Important jury Ho was a uilulnt and at various tlmoa had mode enormous BUIIW In mining opera but ho wan generous to a fault aud died leaving no property save several largo life Insurance ul i Lively NBW April Marine society had an exciting mo alng lioro A motion to iviuiwt the truatoonof tho Bailors Bmig Harbor t InvMtlgato tho charges of cruelty by Governor Trunk toward tho In mutes lod U a violent scuniyluring which thu lie was anil blown narrowly pre Tliu mutton wnnilimlly do nplte the angry protest t who was Thu lllliioU April two evangelical coufvreucos are still in suasion In this both of them legislating for the conferenoa The Bishop Kilier conference much encouraged by tliu receipt of petitions from lortyllvi elmrclius tho ujis HII I Uiiularliiff Hie bhiIUeld uvoauo ciMilur u roviiluiloiiary Tlmy lluvo hlxlnnu April of all rullidulh cumteiiiiK in PitlMburg mut Woiiluy aiiil IdMiinliitol a Mitt of MUtuiM tliu ilmnamU urutwiiity per Innv In and ttn hours a day fur If tho not grmitoJ i utyfmir houru after they tre pruMutii 1 tha mun will j He Shoots Two of a Gang of THEY WERE BEATING HIS When this Opened Fire on Tlinin with a Unulilillurrclvd Shotnun flritvo Cluirsos Muile Agalnut tlio of the Free Ilnpt College of nn Ohl for In ng it April of ngnng of four niBskcd KuKlux who visited the residence of an old man named liv ing on tho Kiko i inoteon miles south west of for tho purpose of whipping were killed by Hollands 14 yearold Ed one of those was the son of a prominent and welltodo farmi r of that Tho Alox bore an unenviable Upon tho arrival of Ku Kiux at Hollands house one of tho gang hold tho the others forced their way in the Oponed Fire on They knocked the old man down and were kicking and Uating him unmercifully when the boy opene I fire on them with a double barreled killing Gate wood attempted to shoot the but his gun missed and the lad emptied the Contents of his second barrel Into Gate woous The wounded man and his companions ran out of the but had not gone far when Ho lay there all night aud was found lu the morn nnd died shortly The identity of the others Is About six months ago who had been out spoken in his denunciations of the was taken from his bod and whipped in a moat brutal A MINISTER IN Grave Clinrgea Made Agnlnat Him by a Young April president of tho Northwestern Froo Baptist ot Winnobago haii resigned on account of a About 1 tho reverend gentleman cams to this city ami went to ladies having charge of the admis sion of a young girl In whom he had become Tho ladles agreed to revolve tho who two months later gave birth to a Subsequently she told the matron that Marshall was responsible lor her Members of the Baptist denomination here told of thu caso and nn investigation which has re sulted in tho retirement of Marshall from tho He denies th A Good Alan to April Ben El who is to be hanged Friday for the murder of a year ago lost has confessed that he and another negro murdered an Italian peddler near this city in according to tbo has been engaged in the business of killing people for several Ho robbed and mur dered an old farmer and bis wife in Georgia several years and later shot a police man In Atlanta and bos killed two people in this Novels Were Uln April The body of William nged 17 was found suspended by the neck from a rafter In Johnstons boarding 105 Fifth ave Whethur the boy deliberately com mitted suicide or whether ho suspended himself as an Is not Young McGregor was an assiduous reader of 5cont On his person were found Tlio Boy or Tho Regu lators of Pico and Cool Sams Girl Hit Him nnd Thou April Charles a reporter of The was met by United States Deputy Watts outside of the Academy of Watts took exotp tibn to an article about him that recently ap peared in that During the argument Pleivon told Watte ho was and Watte retaliated with a stinging blow in the Fierson wont to tho police court to swear out a but relented when Watts over and apologized for his Short In HU April Smith of Waldo Is reported short in his ac couuta as treasurer of the town of and his bondsmen have soizod upon his tailoring business to secure Smith was treasurer at the recent election through the efforts of his bondsmen In hopes to tide over na Smith TOS unable to secure now tlio ahortnge was made One of the bondsmen is to lie made Snlulilo of nil Old April Andrew Grouse killed hlmsof about 8 oclock lu tho morning with a charge from a doublabar reled The charge entered his right Ho WOK talking cheerfully with his family a few minutes bvforo tbo deed was He was quartermaster of Loonils buttery for three years during tho Ho was 78 years old and bad been hero thirtyfive Shot for lumilllng u April Edward Mur phy was futttlly shot by Pierce Cookou at Cookou dufondoil a waitergirl from Murptiyi insults at thu brmUfuitt ta urrl tliu shooting WUH Cookou gave hlnwilf Murphy was about yearn o a ami professed to be a Ho U said to belong to a prominent family in ono of tho Chicago suburba Dnpnoiieil to Have April Mat Feo a farmer living lu Spring Plymouth has mysteriously disap He loft behind him a latter stating ho about to cofumU uilcUc by blowing out hli with a shot gun be caution UouUdbo bwl been having with his All efforts by UU friends to find him have proved Itttul llullor Kx April The boiler In sumo miles voutboftttt of this completely wrocklug the mill uud InnUiully killing tlio arid Auiou who ivuu auliuK Au uxtruoriJumry lu teluphoulng was I uouully accomplish burg and u JUtuiico of Couvermtlou wtui kopt notwitUtUuttilug Building Lots Corner Main and for Eighth and Ninth and Bluff two each for Alton Fifth One Hundred Lots ranging in to one hundred feet and all very from on terms to suit One of the nicest residence plats in Over 100 Houses and Lots different parts of the Call arid see WHENEVER AND WEREVER YOU SEE THIS OVER 700 KINDS AND 8UE8 FROM TO THI OMUIN THII TRADE MARK UPON A STOVE OR RANGE YOU MAY BE CERTAIN That it is the VERYkBE8T article that can be had for the price Third Opposite SEE OUR NICE LINE OP MOST COMPLETE LINE IN THE DEALER IN OIL WILL BE FOUND LOWERConsidering Qualities and Styles Tbaii in auv other bouse in In consequence of the GREAT EXTENT of our SALES we are enabled to do Business on a VERY CLOSE MARGIN and it ia a rcu ognized fact that we handle by far LARtiER QUANTITIES OF GOODS THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE mm I am now receiving n and stuck of In all Uio prevailing for Spring which I tun piopurod to make up ia GUARANTEEING A Perfect Reasonable Rates and Complete MoritzJ12 Third 100102 East Second AliKNTb KOU Stoves Firebacks Warranted to Last five Yi QimdK MRAW QAMQUNS   

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