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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - April 21, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON DAILY 265 J Enos DR ENOS annonnces that he has established in a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the BOTH MEDICAL and HiB experience during many years haa convinced him that all diseasea 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 at intervals of several hours or The position of the SANITARIUM 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 as is possible from B knowledge of sanitary science and the requirements of such an Electricity in all its forms Oxygen audits 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 Each patient is thoroughly examined by and receives hie daily personal FOR THE RECEPTION OF For further information address ENOS at the corner oJ George and Third Latest and Correct Styles in ing aid Gents Fi ALSO Shoes Best arid Cheapest AT THE QLOBE Hit Annual Report of the Commis sioner of AVERAGE WAGES PAID BY THE A Gnmpnrntlvo Tnhlc Showing tlio to KmiiloypB In Tlili Ciiuntry and Uront Itoliilltins of and Iho Ituil OirpumtlnnH Hepnrt of on to tlin riinAmcrlcnii April Cnrroll tbo coimnissioiiiT nf liiissuln to ilio proiiilunt for IrnUHnilMian to congress his fifth rnmml Tho single Bubjoct rvatcil is rairoful Tho re port shows Mint on Junn tho wholo number of railrond corporations in tho UAHUOLL United States wius approximately and tho niileoKO of Ilirsj The number of employes on all of tho railromls of the country on that ilato was Upon investigating tho subject of this relations of employes and corporations as to sixty roads by which the real railroad buginss of the country is performed it was found that nineteen roads maintain beneficiary institutions and a few p iy hospital expenses while men injured in tiie service are being Suimrunnuutcd A very few pay taxes for tlie support of stfite and county Three or four contribute to rcliof and several fur nish club houses for certain classos of em Six companies assert thatthey pen sion their sup rannuated employes and also their permanently disabled A few give superannuated employes light work or allow halftime pay while a number make settlements upon the permanently Two hundred and sixtysix companies retain in thoir service permanently disabled cm i tho number of sueh on tho rolls ut the close of the year 188S being A very largo number of roads also provide some system of technical education for tlie men in their A few roads bavo tech nical schools for their and in some cases for their Damages fur Commisslouor Wright discusses at some length what he believes to be tho a surdity ofthe common law now prevailing in Eu rope and America which prohibits an injured employe from recovering damages from his employer when tho injury is the result of the negligence or unfltnesa of a As to wag it is found that over 78 per are piiM at rates ranging from to y per The average daily rate of all the employes paid by specific time on the sixty roads is nearly 61 per of the whoe number received less than tho average rue of while only about HO per received above tho average rae for Higher Fnltl A comparative table is given as to the wages riilroad men in this country and in Tho British ratos are taken from the official returns of wages pnid to railway servants on tho principal lines in Great Britain by tho Amalgamated Society of Railway Servants o mid This table shows that tiie average daily pay ot loco motive engineers in Oreat Britain Is in tho United Htates Of firemen in Great Britain ill cento in the United States Conductors in Groat Britain cents in the United Slates Switch men in Groat Britain 85 cents in tho United States Flagmen in Great Britain HI cents ill tho United States THE PANAMERICAN The Kuport of IHo Committee on Oonoritl WASHINGTON April the session of tho PanAmerican confeivnco Friday afternoon the nport of the commit tee on general recommending arbi was who had boon absent at a cabinet came into tho conference room Into in the after noon when tho controversy Boemod fur from a Ho asked u and invited the committee on general wolf urn to Join him in considering tho Tho re cess was tuken and Blaino and th com mittee They wero gm teircely half an Upon returning Bliilno made a short and closed by moving tho adoption of a modulation of the report from which Iciiluro were It WHS the United Sttitw which opposed the us would have tlrnl country up too by mailing nrblirntion so far as uvsions of territory wiw when the re suit of demand ut tho point of bay BlainoV motion was agree I but Chili did not of The vital business of thu c uifiioiuo was thus The work was Mar tinez of Columbia u propokition to lib pnvis were tlmt a LtttinAniurlcnu library shall be founded In the City of Washington with con trlbiitiom from thu nations repriiwmtid that it shall bo known as the IVilnmbiH li brary lit InilHliiill b placid liibtnriiw of thenull M M in ilir iilbo thulr and doeil that Hitlibrary oil upon aunlvoriiiiiy dihcovevy of Amrica by Them iiropiwUIUH cmbo llwl in u nio which prevailed wiliinilt Jlo Hululloiib of Ihaiili and Iho Uniiil KintuHforfuurlohliMiuid hospitalities were iniivid by Humerool Mexico and adopted by llm H mth wn Ailjniiriinil Him Thy euulViMiU it I Saturday ad jouriiud bluo IrW twin Chill olfwred a nwolu lioi ttliidi WHH that to coimmuno this rupre WiilUid with thu United Hiaterttii ilio 4JOth aniilvcrwiry of tho lluwjvory Amerlctt by C tbtt VBIloUi the cnnf r n n wiiv nlio Secre tary Hliiii 1 closing Afh r called on Hie i idoiit in a hno Ih ni 11 nticr whlrh a nuin bi roll hum started on n trip thioughtlio To MaUo the April urer llustou reoiintly appeared before tba cummittco on approprfatloni nnd told the member that ho hint tlmt tho seals and locks of tho vaults of thu Iron Miry und of fitivernl of tlio Mibtreasurles through out the country were Hn said that A lock export bad recently m irlo an examina tion of tho locks to tho vaultsof tho treas ury and had succeeded in picking one taking him fifteen seconds only to Acling on this information tlu prapiirad nnd reported to tin honsi n bill apiiropriating vaults nnd additional secuiities for tho pub lic funds under the custody of the treasurer the Unilod STANLEY AT A Royal Welcome Tendered the African OTHER FOREIGN ITEMS OF The Socrct WASHINGTON April senate in executive session by a vote of 35 to S3 refused to adopt Senator Uolphs smelling committoo itport in favor of bringing oer tnin newspaper men buforo tlio senate for contempt for refusing to testify as to how they obtninid the of the senate when in executive Eulogies on the Lute WASHINGTON April house ordered conferences on tho bills for public buildings at and At 1 oclock public business was sus pended tho house listened to eulogies on the late the first speaker being Amos of New The Clayton WASHINOTOH April sub committee of the house committee on elec tions appointed to investigate the Clayton Bivckouridge contested election ease from and tbe assassination ot will leave Washington for Ar kansas oil Tuesday AntiTrust WASHINGTON April sub committee of tho house committed on the Judiciary has directed Culborson of to muka a favorable report to the house on the senate ant 1trust GOLD IN It Is Discovered oil a Fiirni Ten Miles from April has boon discovered on tho farm of ten miles Boutli of Tho farm Is in tho town of Kendall A few days while Fisher was overseeing tho work of digging gravel for his the workmen struck a pocket of quartz through which was scattered glitter ing Suspecting that be had found Fisher covered the pocket af ter taking out and kept quiet about it untill ho could have tho stuff An expert has pronounced it genuine gold and tho owner is Jubilaut Several pockets have since been Fisher will investigate The Indians used to claim that there was gold in Kendall Daring by April reign of terror prevails in Santiago de Cuba owing to the daring raids of two bodies of bandits who have been ravaging the The out laws recently engaged In a conflict with tbe and tbnm of tho latter were The authorities thereupon decided to take severe measures for the repression of tho and troops are now pursuing It is stated that the fear of tbe bandits is BO great that 800 persons have fled from their estates and gone to the city for The Trial of Murderer April last a jury has boon secured to try Charles Wright for tho murder of Tburbor in Aral last Tho 27Hh and last tales man was examined a little before and at oclock in tho afternoon the trial be Prosecuting Attorney Cavell made the ojiening statement for the state and Parker followed for tbo Chester Robinson was tho flrat witness and his examination occupied the entire ills Liver Weighed Twenty April postmor tom examination was made upon tho body of Marshall It was a sup position that the fatal illnuss was duo to can cor of tho but an autopsy showed it to bo In the It was of aii enormous weighing twenty Tho right lobo was entirely diseased and the loft ono nearly Twentytwo gallstones wefs taken from tho some of which wore as largo as quails Wont a NEW April Charleston special inys The confederate veterans In this state want biggnr For tho Itmt two yeuri the state has paid a pension of IS a month to disabled soldiers or their Indigent This costs tbe state about a ye They have Issued an ad dross culling on the veterans to meet and demand a rulsu to 100 and ac cording to rurnoll Kunming April executive com mittee of the Irish National league ad journed slnu dio Friday evening without llxlnga duto for tho naxt convention or hearing from It was decided that a convention bo luld in but no date wan A cablegram was sent to 1arnull Tuosd asking him If he favored a convention this Thu leader remained Klrod Into the FOND uu April con ductor StlcUneys train arrived In thin city on tho Chicago Norrbwostorn railway tivo windowpiinvs in ono of tho ears wore Homo one hod 11 red a rifleball through tho car Just before the train entered An old guntlnimiu sitting In tbo Hunt between thu broken windows bad a clono tho bullut very near bli l on u April Bonn Cor Hultlero and local union MO of tho United Brotherhood of Carpontera and of have ogrood that Bins hours constitute a days work after May 1 Instead of us Thu will bo tliw same as huretoforo paid for tun bourn work Quito MiiuuotorlBtlo of April trouble IK mi CUUWM huro by tho burning ot tho Ilulbunl ukvator In thu coutol of tlio Tim city Ino two fact ions and euuh tho ther of being the ouuwi of TH trouble dates from tbe vlilt uf a louturer wlio opposed Cath Ollu belief to uurluuUr oond Knnclicd liy the out Intcr nntionnl Confomuto IInlil lit Olnrrvntlnii of thu An nlvcmary of Ijortl Death Kli yen Dniivnoil at Ben A Gorman Navul Otllcor In a Had April Henry Stan ley wus Saturday wolcrihiod at tho Franco Belgiiii frontier by burgomaster and a delogittioii of thii board of aldermen of Brus and wus by them accompanied to tho The which was crowded with pi was decked nut in galla a prominent nnd picturesque feature of tho decorations being the Inter wined flugs of the United Belgium and tiia Congo free The baud of tho civic who Wore present for escort p ajvd tlie na tional anthems of Amur lea and Driven to tho On Alighting from his traiu Stanley was received by count mar shal of tho who rcpresoiitod king Leo Amidst the of tho people the party at once entered tho court carriages arid were driven to tho A serious occurred between tho civic guards ami ibe press tho latter vigorously objecting to the positions assigned them from which to view tho LABOR CONFERENCE Same of the Points Benched al tlir Re cent Berlin April It is understood that the decisions of the tabor which will shortly bo comprise a recom mendation for the optional establishment of courts of arbitration consisting of em ployers and iinployed to decide tha formation of workingmons committees being considered of practical utility for the Concerning tho execution of tho stipulation greed tho vonforonco did not favi r the establishment of an interna tional labor bureau but regarded it as pre ferable that nn international labor confer ence should meet periodically for nn ex changi of vi rws regarding the experiences mad j in the international labor aw which will it is to tbe internal peucu of tbe A German Olliolul April A sensation bus been created hero by the announcement tlmt a young woman arrested u day or two ago for attempting to bribo a government pilicial to surrender a copy of tbo govern meiiLs mobilization schonw nnd tho plans of the Ruhniun frontier acted under the orders of Huron Von naval attache of the German Tim Now Cutter April Tbe now cutter Ivor owned by Is ready for Jameson denies that ho has sent a challenge to the New York Yacht olub for a riioa for the Americas Tho was not deeignpd to race in though she limy do so when her powers ara Anriveraary of lloaconrtfloltla April The anniversary of the death of Lord BencwiPllold appro priately The sent two beautiful wreaths to bo placed in the tomb of the great at tho late Lord Ueaconsflelds Tho sym bolic primrose was generally worn by tho Aiutraln Itlotors April ThoatrikTs in tho Ou trau district ara raiding factories in tholr damaging tba works and com polling tho employes to stop A col lision occurred butweou tho strikers in Polish Odtrau and tho in which ollihtof tha Holers were wounded with bay Eleven Lives April A coal vessel lioutul from Shields for thin port has foundered at 8ho I a crow of fourteen hands all eleven of whom were drowned and threu Vloluiit Ktrlkuro at April The strikers at Prague have become intensely and have hod qiient collisions with tho Many of the rioters Imvo been Till Threatened Hlrlko ut April Thoro IB no important chnngo in thu threatened stribo of tho Two mootingn were held by the but what notion was taken is not Tho demands for an increase of wngos iiiile by Panhandle yardmen lnqiilto compared with tho origi nal list of KriovuiicMH This matter is in tho hands ol Uvucral Munaor and tho demand will probably bo roncodod but without reouBultloti tho Tho conductors demand 24 ciMits jier hour for work and 85 cents ur hour for night Tlio brukuinou dumaud 18 eeutft per day and 11 conUi per hour fur night A ChiviiKo Millionaire April AugiiHtu wlfo of tho nilliionulro Ioh Hied a potitlnn in the probate court asking lor tlio nppoinlmunt of acon Burvator tor liiiHlmiuln and alleg IHB that ho is Ihu I hi potl tlon is worth about It IK p that u Hummonu may iisuo agulnst as in piMvitled by ut tho May tLrm ol MM Two Children UKTII April Tbo loghouse of Andrew of near wns doatroyd by II Two llttlo children of Vouiig wore burned to death anil thj bniHo was hor rlbiy wbllo rescuing thu other child reib The llr cuusud by tbo oxplonion of u coal oil KxUovornor LOOK April ExGov ernor Pollodk U dully growing wualinr and thiiro In but little hop If of his recov H iiuublo to leave his bed und his mind in well bis body Is Tho ex governor if Buffering from a complica tion of d Ai lent of April t MII ncivoil he hM of tlmt HHer of thu Nuilointl wio wllli Of thu imiku lumU lion Uwn nrrtnUjd Ot Building Lots Sale Corner Main and for Eighth and Ninth and Bluff two each for Alton Fifth One Hundred Lots ranging in size from fifty feet front to one hundred feet and all yery Price from on terms to suit One of the nicest residence plats in Over 100 Houses and Lots m different parts of the Call and see HOWELL DEALER IN OIL Our WILL BE FOUND LOWERConsidering Qualities and Than in any other house in In consequence of the GEKVr EXTKNT uf our SALES we are enabled to iio Business on a VERY CLOSE MARGIN and it is a rec ognized fact that we handle by far QUANTITIES OF GOODS THAN ANY OTHBR HOUSE IN THE WHENEVER AND WEREVER YOU SEE THIS TRADE MARK tllON A STOVE OR RANGE YOU MAY BE 5BBTAIN That it is tlio BEST article that can be had for the price Third Opposite SEE OUR NICE LINE OP MOST COMPLETE LINE IN THE CJ 0 I am now reuuiving u largo ami variu I Block of In all the prevailing for Spring which 1 am prepared to make up la thb IMCoist GUARANTEEING A Perfect Pit ReasonabkRates and Complete Mopfe 112 Third 100102 Kant Second WOIJC tUlt ftffnuilnv our Stoves Flrebacks Wanuuted to Last Five QiflQK HEAL QA8QMNK Rwjinyi frittli
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