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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - April 22, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 VOLUME 2*K  Dr. J. W. Enos' Sanitarium,  b  ALTON, ILL.  DB. ENOS announce* that he ha* established in a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the  TREATMENT OF ALL CURABLE DISEASES.  BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL.  His experience during many years has convinced him that ail discases can be managed more successfully in an institution of this kind, under the constant supervision of the physician, and with the ald of means not otherwise at command, than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers at intervals of several hours or da vs.  The position of the SANITARIUM is high, and the surrounding are free from all noxious influences. It is readily reached by the Second street horse oars, and is near the Union Depot.  The building is large, and arrangements are as perfect sh lh possible from a knowledge of sanitary scienoe and 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 Sun Baths and exercise in oold and inclement weather, etc., is provided.  Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and receive* his daily personal attention.  Now Ocen  FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS.  For further information address Or. ENOS at the SANITARIA, corner of George and Third Ste., Alton, III.  Latest ii Dress Goods.  Latest u Beaded Wraps ail tapes.  Latest ii Giller Shawls.  BH, Collar aes Peelers  Latest and Correct Styles in  Millinery Novelties.  Latest id Min and Gelts Fandangoes  —AlriO—  Shoes Best and Cheapest  I- AT  THE GLOBE.  ALTON, ILL.  ALTON, ILL., TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 22. 1890.  NO. 264  SN.,  Debate on the World’s Fair Bill in the Senate.  80ME PERTINENT REMARKS BY VEST  Ha ol<Ji>rt» to tho I ii I rod un Inn of (ikoit* to Disturb tho Tran,,1.1 UU) of lh* City of dill .if* —Ait« of t un arr** Approved by President HafYl-ut Kincaid, Hie Mayer of    OUK'eonian Taulbee, Admitted  to Hall—Oar Relation* with Mellen.  amu KUT".v City, April sa -The wm ah) bogan the dot*, « cm the world's fair bill Monday. Tho only amendment reported by the amate commit tv* I* a new section providing for a usual review in Wen Turk harbor in Ajiril, I HUS, a ,d for the unveiling o# a *ta toe of (’ort-to per Col Util bu- Vest appl a d the till, protesting against the a**uinp-  RCMATOR VEST lion th’it the J i I • a ut of the bouae waa coercive on the sonata, The fact that the  city of KL lamia bait In en an aspirant a* a alb fur the nor■<!’* fair aaa a p *t-mortem  proceeding, and ba dbl not Intend to introduce frbmts to in! urb th" tranquillity of tbs city ut Chtaajfte  Mot in favor of the fair.  He bad always opposed ah leg it' it ion looking to an exposition In ItsWt and the law should not be |wi*il which called it Into existence. lie dbl not lelteVe dual the people of tile United Bt* to* favored any -.itch exposition. The agricultural |*aopla of the country ha ! neither time nor money to (Iva to a national circus Much a* wa* proposed. Stewart opposed the committee HBMwdawoi for a naval review at N.-e York, ate. Chand.or favored the aim mimeo t. •  la favor of the Rill.  Hate favored the committee atnendment  and hi* remarks upon naval affair* brought Veal Ut hit feet with cr it teiama of naval matter* Mci'm-rann favored the NII, but thought $10,OtW.tkW would betnauflt lent. He favored suitable government exhibits at Chicago aa wall aa the naval n vi* w. Blair favored the Mil but appoint the naval display, for ba thought tbs United Stites should di'courage naval construction and war appli now.  H nasa Proceeding*.  Dorsey of N liras ca introduced a Joint re-*'dot ion In the bouw directing Cie secretary of the treasury to increase silver bullion purchase to the maximum amount authorised by the law of February 2S, I KTH. The resoldt.ou wa* referred. Tbs house panned a bill providing that soldier* who lost their limbs during the late war shall be entitled to new artificial limbs every three years The present law prnitts such supply every five years The bouae then took up the wmfer encc raprt on the Oklahoma ISIL The report recommend* tbs exclusion of tbs Cherokee outlet  capital miscellany.  Oar Kula'•> na wtlb Mr sire.  W abu I MOIX im CITY, April 22 —Rcpraaen tative Vendever, of California, appeared before the house committee on foreign affaire to advocate the adopt.on of lite Joint resolution r< questing the president to open negotiations with Mexico for tbs promotion of commercial and friendly relation* and for the adjustment of the boundaries He pointed out the necessity for a »,tardy adjustment of tbs boundary quieti in and referred to tbs increasing nmimer of Illegal rotr irs of Chinee*- across the (writer. AU of th se matt- rn, he saki, might be satisfactorily arttlrd negotiation* with the Mexican government.  The fray Weather Last Week.  W ash I.NOTO* City, April Itt-Ths weather crop bulletin issued fur last week ending Saturday my* that the weather during the past wet-k ba* been especially fav< rabic for farm work throughout the north*,-,t, where the ai win x of sinai! grain is -lit - tan I tally completed a* far north as soeib- rn Minnesota aud southern Dakota. (Top* wcrw im-proved by the fat <>, etwe we-thai in Kict-o, Missouri, Nebraska, and Iowa. In Mn hr gen, lUlmna, ami Indians glowing rn pe were greatly im proved, alibi u. Ii in Mins sections of Indiana excessive rains interrupted farm work.  Will Werk Ratter Than lever.  Wamminotok ('IYY, Apr;) —* - Awl«tUlt  Secretary Ttcbenor and Mtdtor ll. p'ann have re! ti mal from New York, wb-re lacy have bren f *r * -v rnl days past puttbig ti. -new emigration rn ..binary into ofwrntloM. Cd, Th:beoor say* everything is working smoothly and »*t»-f.i t.euly, and when the new* b ree are (Aeron My f limiter with th.-ir dunes, busine*- will ta trjUMKRed mort-es-pal it i<-usl y and spa*lity than under the old employe* an I old ay»l*ist.  Missaid A«tmilled ta Malt.  W Aam kotos City Aprtt SI- Chief Justice Ilirghasn, of th-* supie-ue court of the Dis trio' of Columbin, hu admit!*- I CL E, Kines id to bail in tbs -urn of $ .v.uno. Mr. Kiactid has been con tined in Jai! for a me time past charged with th - murder of ex-Ref resell tate vs Inuit***.  The Lee at at ne I ..-ut. ta free.  tv A KHI NO YOX I IYJ-. April A'-Awatsbl HetH*rr Bat* bailor bas iostru»l*I Coltec-tor Erhardt, at N-w York, m reports* to a request tram Governor Mi K>nn-r. of Virgin'a. to admit duty free th < aawm ai boxes containing the statu.* of Gen. Robert £ La*  Approved by the President  W ash in WTI * v (TYY, April Si -TI* president bos approved the act extending tbs privil. g*w of th* immediate tmn*portaUoo act to th • |<ort of Hon Antonio, Tex., also the Joint resolution in regard to the tun-neiitig of the IMr« it river near I let roil  lie^ti. of the Oldest Odd Yellow.  JAM*SVNT, Mas*., April 2*4.-John EL (jowdao, ad to be ti e oldest O Id F»d*o w in HSI arnut try, died Bund*/ aged Hi years. Es Joined the order in Philadelphia in UBL  OI .CHARGED FROM CUSTODY.  Home of the Electric sugar Swindlers Released Iron. Jail.  Nxw Yore, April 22.-Olive K Friend, Emdy Howard, George Ha is ten I and Orrin Halstead who have been prisoners in tbs tomla I or the past sixtacn months on account of their connection witu the electric sugar frauds have t«*-n discharged upon their own vc ognicai.c•■*. Prof. Friend, the originator of Uhs fraud, a dead, and bis thief as-isiaut “PareoB" William K Howard isnuw serving tau ytars for grand larceny iii the l)r»t d grew. Mrs. Friend sad Mr*. Howard, mother and daughter, ware the wives of these men, and although thought to lave a good portion of the proceeds at their command, probably acted to a consider* be extent under the control of their husbands. District Attorney Fallows eon* sider*! it inadviseeblc to try the women al the present time. The Halsteads as appeared on the trial of Howard were merely mechanics brought from Michigan to ait up tbs alleged electric -.ugar refinery machinery.  ■Ce 1.i>es af lh* Cronin Trial.  Ch learn >, April Af. —Frank Woodruff wee formally db-horgad from the indictment tor the complicity in tbs murder of Dr, Cronin in Judge He wee’ court Munday morning I he fact that h ■ ba* te en in Jail eleven month*, aud that three iud term* of court have passed slues he demanded a Betear .ie trial was the ground on which be we* dis barged. His attorney will demand trial  1   ■ or him on the boras steeling charges at this I term of court.,  The indictment ag a 1st John Kuna*. the (Yeah) suspect, was stricken from the court i record et the request of Hists* Attorney I Longeni-cker, who stdftai that be had bo new cordant-.) against him and did not expect ta get auy.  Hr!tut. It..use ef Corantoes.  LtiKtnt, April XI.—In the house of commons Monday I ai neb moved the rejection  1   of the .govern mrot’s Irish laud punt baas bill. j In moving the rejection Pkrueii said that he we coined Mr. Balfour as the latest recruit to the rank* of tbs land reformer*. But, j while his associates end himself accepted the action of tbs government es a recognition by it of the rightfulnew of the principle of ! tbs laud fir the people, they could not admit that the present hill offered satisfactory I elution of the question.  Struck tar a Ntee-Muer Hey.  KmAiutx. Pa., April 22.— AU tba carpenter* here went out on a strike Monday morning for tibia hours instead of lea hours  a* « .ley'* work. On* small firm conceded ' the demand l*ut the other three large em-  1  ploying Arms are making nu . IT ort to sr. ors  ■ cough non-union men to run tip the bu hi- j tugs at present under contract. Tn# sir.ken my nim will have to be imported to toke their phi iv*. as the carpenters* organ is* lion here is very sarong.  Will Order a Mirths.  New York, April 2k. — A special to The VV or Id from I'm* burg says: The rxliruad dlfflctiltle here ere still unset Gad, it hee Iwen 'led ted to order a strike at 0 o’clock Tuesday evening if tba railroad* do not ineanwhU* make satisfactory nmeeashns, This statement is mad* on the authority of the grand vice grand chief of tbs Federated Order of Railroad Employ.**, who says th# strike will exw-ii I from New York to Chicago.    ______  A Nu cr earful Trial Trip.  Ear Franc taco, April 12 —Hoar Admiral Brown says that the triad trip of th* United Hts tee cruiser Charleston was tbs most successful on* ever made by a mw warship. Caph Kamey, chief af th* Charleston'* staff, says the* discipline at th* men and th* working of th* engines and machinery was perfect The ten end dx inch guns destroyed two targets et a distance of 1,000 feet  filii n  ? GDI  JU  It Is Found in an Old Sofa After Mary Years.  A FIGHT IN COURT IN PROSPECT.  Heath ef a Prorate#*! Mas.  Portlard, Ma, April Al—William IL Smith, city liquor agent editor of The Odd Fellows Register and Masonic Journal aad other paper*, and heed of th* Urn of Baith it Bale, printers and publishers, died shortly after midnight lie was one of th* best known Republican politicians bi the state and bad a state reputation as a lecturer and a writer on historical subject*.  It Is a Prohibit lot. Cowaty.  WAamnot<im Pa., April At—la court bere Judge Mellvains in a lengthy dee talon refused to grant retail liquor licenses in this county. Th* oouaty las* been prohibition for th* past twenty-five years, sad tnneb effort was mad • to secure liceosa it is said that O. A. Baldwin, of the Hotel Main, will appeal to the supreme court  Net Mettle Hsrea’e (lady.  Chic AUO, April Sh—Th# body of the young woman wash* I ashore at Citril (Halloa, lad.,  proves not to be that of Mattie Bacon Tbs body was disinterred Saturday, anti viewed by the father at the miming girl He at ones d dared the body was not that of his daughter. The body was not id rot I (ted by any body  Tw* Mea Drowned.  CHILADCLt-BIA, April UK—-Dante! Milch ell, aged Rf, an I Jo««ph Kau I, aged 22. were drowned by th* upsetting of a skiff in the Delaware Munday Three other awa who were in the boat were saved after being in th* water tw* bour* The party had Marted out to spend the day Asking  A Victory far lh* Mea.  NBW York, April AL —Th* strike ol ten  too oemeat and *»phalt layers, Bement me arm, ar Ult--la I stimemasons and roiuwai la borer* of bidh this city and Brooklyn winch was begun two weeks ago for the enforcer meat of tbs eight hour rule bas resulted la a victory for the men.  Hen Over a LUU* (YIM.  Cat BD, IIL, April kb—Th* south- bound psaeogw train on the Mobile and Ohio road Saturday ran over a child, cutting off both Its leg* at tie koan The child was iyiag on th* track apparently asleep, sad aroused I tael f just se the cowcatcher of the reglue  touched it __  Costly Hts** Ie a Hen lucky Town.  Lot 1 av I LL a, iv, April A!—The HUM town of Harrodsburg, Kj , eras almost com ptetely wiped out by ire. The damage ie cot 11 us ta i at tlfto.uuu. Tbs origins of tbs Are was la th* opera bouse, end the supposition is that it wa* star to! by some small  Plaed ter Milling a Ma*.  Ba it 1 Mona. April AL—Tira third trial of William W. Christopher for th* killing of Charles I* Loge* last sam nr;-r, was beard Monday morning and resulted in ihristo tdier pleading guilty. The court im posed a flu--of I!<«» ani coala.  in.aster sal Mae Deep  LmooX, April IGL—News bas been re (vised ti -re that the steamer Bilbie has hero Pod in th* Nath***, ani that Aft roo per-sorb were drowned. The Bilboa left Grimsby on April k, Uund tat this part    j  When the General Died No Will Wa* To Ne Ko%,nil and It VV es Relieved To Have Been Keen-1 cd sr Destroyed—the Hopes af One of the Heir* Realised at Last— Valuable Real (Estate In Cincinnati and Toledo at Rtaka,  CDK’!'NAH. Ohio, April 2? —After living missing for two acorea of ys.ir« the will of Gen. kleiaiicthoy H. Wade bas teen found eoncv*i«d in i n oi I vofa Tho Jteoovery at this lata date of the document rn -ans a Agbt in court for the poenrosion of valuate* re I estate and ie tbs solution of a mystery that was talked of a gloat Heal at th* Unto of ti** gen -raP* death. When Gen Wade, on» (rf (he pioneer ritlxen • of this city, and well known throughout the country as a rich man, died soon after the war th* relatives asm suiprw d to learn th t be bed left no will, Hi* w ill comprint! large tracts of land, including prop<>r y to Avondale, Walnut Hula ani in tbs West End. Mclancthon and Wad** streets were named after the general, and be owned almost every foot of ground on both streets and also a large tract in Toledo, which ie still in Hie |»»--*M.*n of the heirs. Government boul-, plat* and Jewels and other Interests swelled the amount of the decadent's estate clow- up to $AUU,U0U  A Os orch for th* Wilt. Adimnistrat un upon th* estate waa delayed until a thorough search waa made, but as Inns wore un and still the anxiously hunted document did not turn up, the affair* of tbs estate required th- appui ti unrot of an administrator,who was tunned in th-* person of Judge Oliver, a bu quallAe I under Kind of , ffltm.uuu fur tbs personality alone An anteo tipi 1*1 coo tract Mitered I Blo between tbs deceased and his second wife turned up at th 11 Juncture, *1 hi* run Armed the betis in the belief that a will would ultimately I* discuved. Then trouble arose between th* widow and the four lurvivb g ste;ecbi.dreii, end it waa I*-, silly Muted that someone bad secreted or te’mysl the wJi.  hmm Autosite# Ie Poverty.  Mise Funny, the general's daughter, and Mi-* Knttierina Arm* rung, a niece of the d <c««1' ut', Ar t wife, were l< ude*t in this a *erti<*n. Mum Fanny, however, did not ho vs os much at stake a* Mf** Armstrong aud made no personal endeavor to ninArm IhjT *ti*pielun*. Mas ArnuRi <«ig, however, w ho • fun Ie nrd th* gen.Tai say that be would leas-niiwr ber in lite will. clang to tne feuet of its exi*tcn<v Th* estate was Anally closed up, and f 1 - UUU that tbs gen- 1 ai al bad held as her guardian was paid ovsi to lier. Soon after she married Judge Farrand, of La Porte, Ind. Through si! th *e years ber belief never cho aged. Khc I--csme a widow and from effluence de* *cen led to poverty, and ber only hop* wa* centered in the thought that sum day her d<*c. awed iamefactorSi will would turn up I and her golden dream be realised.  Discovery ef th# Document,  Komo weeks ago aa old *of». supposed at one tim# to have torn la th- pooseaaiou of I Hie Wade family, turned np in an upholster mg eetebltshmrot for r< i«sir» W hoi tbs warn cover was torn off and lh slicings expose I, a pep r. crumbled and yellow with age, wa* doc* vere-t at tile bottom. In some ma*>est Mr* Farrand beard of Utla, and from inquiries *ia>-e I'lstttutwi by h**r sh* b convinced that this paper U nothing more nor ten than the long buried will Bbs bos written to numerous friend* In this city and among them Judge Hagans, aud will Bulks an effort through theft to esteUlah her rights  Drowned Whit* Hosting. Washington Cliff, April th—A fatal *0-ctdant eorurred on Ute river front A party of you ag man wee* out in hosts enjoying a row, when Georgs Mason and Jo—pp Hansard, who were iu the boat, rowed too near th* strong dam and tbs city mill aud tbs frail craft was drawn violently by auction against tbs rocks Tba boat was stove ta and Mssoa and Hansard war* sucked un* der. Hanvard disappeared, but Mason roar to the surface and was reamed. The body of Haascrd has not lawn recovered. He was imp uyed as a st nograph>-r in lbs of-Ac* of Kuparinteudent Curran of tbs Kivalina ii and Western railroad, this city.  Horrible Tragedy at New Orleans.  Nxw Oblkano, La., April KL -A woman named Cella ( lay was arrested Saturday Bight for street walking. Her reputed hut tend, Harry Clay, remonstrated with tbs officer and waa severely clubbed. He war carried to the Pennsylvania hospital la a critical i odd awm Cilia was locked up in the Fourth district station house After isling 1 inned in a vail th* woman aet Are to ber riot!)mg and when discovered her body wa* elm ut burned to a crisp, the Aceh peeling off in sir 1 fat Kite was removed to tbs hospital in a dying condition.  K4Itov O'Brien to Marry.  Loam>x, April 22 — William O'Brien, the well-known Irish patriot and member of parliament wiJ shortly Wad to tis marriage alter a daughter of M ltaff«h viu-h, the Paristan An >acier M Baff«I--such*s fortune 1- ru 1 moo* It to uudvrst'”*! th it the marriage »• ti Mm rots are ex lr* in ty handsome. The anodon- em at of tbs match has next*! a great venation in poi it leal and Aneuria! circe* na both si Ic* tit (he channel. Tiw rt gii ,#tn*-nt wa- kept secret, and ass-erst !«• ted fir.iga suitor* are much disturb • l f tie* in we.  Tw Marry Gee. Prestos’* Daugblrr, Bouton, Ms*. April YA—lbs fogeys-meat tx announced of MM- Presto*. <L>ugh-hr of ok -eta Gen I "net- a. of Lex ugtun, Ky.. andmintst-1 to Bpaiu under buchaaae, to Gen W ll dam F Draper, of Ho|»*isl«, Mas* The marriage will take piecw May ti tiro. Draper served in tbs Army of th* Potomac. Hr- is * millionaire |u pul in-ao man dartur«*r end a widower. Mira I re* ton * father was -rn tho staff of Albert Hid My Johnson.  Ussr al (Iv* Revolution  Dun Mont*, April ML—An cryauiaatiuu of the Hon* of th* Revolution for the stats of Iowa w*s h i ami at Daveo|*<rt 8«iurday, tbs annivcraary of the Latte of Lexington. Right Rev. W K Perry, Episcopal Usbop of the lows diocese, a member of the New York society and ch plain general of the Order oi the Cincinnati, was chosen president, and Jam- Great vice president.  t utlinx Down Kspewses.  Com vt a* Ti xnyuL Apili 22.—In accordance with the pone; already indicated, UM Bulten has discharged a large number of pilar* him a IIM setter will eaux- aa annual induction ie expenditure# of klUu,UUU Tbs doper in ten 1 of in tail tgwnoc will ainu br reorgamxtd and reformed.  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. High-land. Paris.,  One Hundred Lots ranging in size from fifty feet front to one hundred feet and thirtylfront, all very deep, Prices from $50to$500, on terms to suit purchasers,  One of the nicest residence plats in Alton.  Over UMI Houses and Lots in different paris of the city. Cali and see list.  n  A. J. HOWELL  DKA I,EH IN  CARPETS, CURTAINS, OIL CLOTHS, RUGS, &c.  Our Prices  WILL HK FOUND  LOWER-Considering Qualities and Styles-  TO»n in any other house in Alton. In consequence of the ORK VI’ EXTENT of onr KAL RS we are enabled to do . BuetneH* ou a V FK\ CLOSE MARION and it it a recognized fact that we handle by far  LARGER QUANTITIES OF GOODS  THAN ANV OTHER HOUSE IN THE CIT*.  WHENEVER ANI) WKRKVKR YOU SKK THIS  OVTI 700 KIN06 AM) tut*  mo*$10oo to |75 no.  v«a *e*w<M  ai. Mn OMS hum aute  TRADE MAUK  UPON A SIC.VE OH RANGE YOU MAY BE  CERTAIN  That it la the VERY BEST article that can be had for the price aakrd.  A. L. FLOSS,  Til I rd st, Opposite Hullo,  BEK OUR NICE LINK OF  Granite Ware  MOST COMPLETE UNB IN THE CITY.  I ain now rreciviog a large and varied stock of Cloth*, in ail Ute prevailing nbadea, for Sjiring Suita, which I am prepared to make up in tlu  Most  asliionable ivies,  GUARANTEEING  A Perfect Fit  Reasonable Rates and  Complete Satisfaction.  H.C.G. Moritz. 112 Third st.  IL A. HOFFMANN.  \o 100-102 Iv,int Second Kl.  na Au fir** run  k  CB  Mill K EM  r * HIK  MojiW'wiONuv  Firebackn Wa ran ted lo Lust Five Year*.  “QUICK MM AL" fJAJSULJNM ti TU VMS. Ro»Jin<j, tiidUnny, BpouMna at How iYtcat    j    ABOW    Ijr   

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