Alton Daily Telegraph, April 24, 1890

Alton Daily Telegraph

April 24, 1890

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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - April 24, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH. Dr. J. W. Enos’ Sanitarium, ALTON, ILL. DR. ENOS announces that he hu established in a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the TREATMENT OF ALL CURABLE DISEASES. BOTH MEDICAL and SUKGICAL. His experience during many years has convinced him that all diseases 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 days. The position of the SANITARIUM is high, and the surrounding are free bom 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 as is possible from a knowledge of sanitary scienoe and the requirements of suob an institution. Electricity in all it* 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 LAROE SOLARIUM Tor Sun Baths and exercise In oold and inclement weather, ate., is provided. Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and receives his daily personal attention. Now Open POR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS. Far further information address Dr. ENOS at tho SANITARIAN, corner of George and Third aft., Alton, Iii. Latest iii Diess Goods. . # Latest in Beaded Wraps and Capes. Latest ii Sum Shawls. BU, Collar and Tailers. Latest and Correct Styles in Millinery Novelties- Latest ii Clothing aid Beat's Fandangoes —ALBO— Shoes Best and Cheapest |- AT THE GLOBE. ALTON, ILL. ALTON, ILL., THURSDAY.EVENING, APRIL 24. I SJM). NO. 206 The • numphal Tour He la Making Through France. * stroke of po .ii ical Wisdom. vide* lf    IN)    mark* fft n th * treasury bo appl ten to obj et. of lh** Ca'botte church dating from Apr* ' Parnell's V*u,...„    lo Grief. April iii -The bt nnOiip Newport, (ately purchased by Parnell for th# Irish Ira*!*, has foundered off Montrose Scotland. All oo board were saved. isi to rn in The Present Condition of ricultural Depression. Ag. lh* l r*.id.-tit Everywhere ft*eelf*<l with M <nlfr .(afloat «f A tim Ira ti.,ii — His '<*1* I*, ths Kau** W lint (He Great > <|>oir ut tv .ta Hora—W hat Kxplarer Mauler "111 Have to Ow Through When Ma Visit- {.linden bare I sa hew* Notes. Loudon, April ’rt-Th# triumphal tour of Frtao* which President Carnet la now ma icing Is tm# of the ni'jst powerful strokes of |e : ’teal wt* I,im that ould portly bavs ie rn -Mu. etvtil rn the .nin I of any politician desirous to porp-tunnt the French republic, ta whic h it may be said .t bas given n new Death of aa M. P. I/ta DO JI, April $4 -Mr. Handel Gorham, (Gladstooa*Liberal) member of parliament for Bristol Ka*t. :«d in tbs rooms of the Liberal club of heart (tiaras* k! Ame mscoii sa iii-ca it not. least of life. Everywhere tbs (»ra*J<l ut, wh«i* ■ nam* recall- htet<irt< a1 event# of a most «tirriii| cb ira- ar, bas basal recaivad witb manifest ,ti ma of sdmirati >n and de-mcmetrati ms of .I -voti '.t to th* 'listing ad* mlulatr.ition ahi h (nu*i amv do* the* min* • ri \-of ti al'M. tents, adream-cr* and Intr tic’ -r* of th# hoi wi na* ne ski of their attempts to tv-rtrow the popular go vet n (lieut and re establish the monarchy. A Mirtwil 1‘i.litIra! Move. The Itinerary of M. Carnot’s tour has b* a admiratily planu * I ani fait bf idly carried out, while everything but opportunely ad lo) Itself to the sui-- ossiun >» pr • 'on-raised ev-ata which c mid tau I low u-d aclil** vent cut of tb< object* of the trip His vuit to th'- houti in which the gr * at Napoleon wa, Lorn, at A jncooto, ta describe I as an Intel) cly theatrical nffalr wber-ia th* visitor* vie*! with hi* entertainers lit m»|-ntfy ng the tai]) utanrs of t ne orvasiou aa I its ■ if - i as a shr-w I polit! *ai move may bt accurately eatlmatad by any one acquainted with th* voiatib'y of the French character. Altogether tho trip u Ute greatest irturuph of the Cam it regime and it* re- | •urn* will he (dimly appar ut at the u*It •taction*. FOREIGN MISCELLANY. ItUmarek Wanted ta Ut). Brin is, April Ut.—Conn! Herbert Bismarck may* ta wa* (tad to lea va tbs ti end mill of ofH<v, hut be was sorry for kia father who want* <1 to ret tut rn. s»«v HtCfclVE STATE BOUNTIES. Aa Important D>«i.m>m (tendered by the Supreme I mill al Michigan. Lansing, Mich., April 24 — A decision of the lupremo court bot.I* ti)at Michigan has not dona its duty by many of Its veterans, and points od! a way by which fully *.000 may yet receive state t*.untie, ranging from ISO to $1.1*1. '11m aa** on a tach the decLion Is base! is that of A, J Mmitb vs. ths audl-U»r general, Smith asking for a mandamus to cotiiii*) the auditor g moral to pay over •IOO bounty which ba Wa* promised on snit* tins but Bever received. In an Indirect way the court censures the auditor general for urging th* statute of limitations as on# of the grounds for refusing to pay the claim. The Governor Nae A athar tty. During the war the legislature authorised the Issue of $2,000,060 in bonds to pay these bounties; $1,206,(Du was Issued, ms! after this sum wa* ai pander! no more bounties were paid. The court bolds that tbs present governor has full authority lo fetus the remaining ft**’.,OOO in bood* at any tim*) necessary to apply ta paying bounty claims. It is not probable that this amount will be required, hut still tho claims will foot up sevsral hundred thousand dollars, The court hoMf that the bounty ciaima must first be allowed by n board of state auditors, the Mine ae any other general ■ bnnu, and the governor can thou Issue boud* as fast as necessary to pay clairaa The Metal la Coart Martial. Niw YOAK, April ak—Tbs tidal by court-martial of Commander Medulla wee r.-urrted Thursday morning The log-books of the Enterprise were idee ti Red and the various entries were read. Louis Myer, seaman’* apprentice was then sworn. His testimony was identical with that givin by him before the court of inquiry. A IL Graham, setlog quartermaster, teetlfl «d that he had bn ti punish *! without an InveeMgatteo. He said ba was given no opportunity to explain bis -uppos.-l off-nee until be ana called to ths -aptaln’s cabin, after betag con lined for five lays Boatswain's mate, George Ross, testified that he was put in a strait jacket over night for drunkenness, wUl.e the Enterprise was at Lisbon, I‘or tugs I Just Like Her White Sister. C'KAHSKRLAiN, H. D., / pr ll 2&—frank 1 own aoli SOME OF THE CAUSES POINTED OUT. Careless Co 11 ate Has lleaulted la De p reels! In* mf the I’rixlMellve Fewer rn! the Lead—Higher Duties na Agricultural I* r im! ii ria Favored—Lark of Freteetiea tor the Farmer - Aa Improvemeat Needed la the SS* -tem ef Tasatloa. WashiNoTov tin, April 24 —Iter tv’ary Husk In rep y lo hundreds of communications from different sect on* of the c<wintry, appealing to him for an eipremion of opinion respecting the pre-ent condite r» of agr!-ml:ural depression, lls causes and r> mediae, bas bunted a long address to the farmers of toe country The present agricultural de-preaaton, universally admitted, and of which there can lie no doubt, the secretary says, can be traced to a combtaatioa of eau**— »o many that probably no one ran en ii rn M-ate th-m ail Tho** causes w hich to th* esc* rstary seem more directly r**i«a*n>U for Uds sevi re depression, may be divided into two class a, those Inherent to far met* tbera-•eives, aud for which they atone < so provide a p e*ihie remedy, aud those over which ths farmer ti lins-lf has no direct control, end the Homely for which must be provided by law Higher Duties Favored. In the first etnas of cauass Indicated, he attribute* depreciation of the productive power of land to a variety of caisse; to aa relet* culture, want ta hosta ss* like methods, tach of study of supply and demand, and market prices, and th* ownership of more land by many than they can properly rare far. After alluding briefly to tin dis I • uraging effects of farm mortgages, the dilBitillks af the Iraneportattoa question, g-nnbltng in farm pro tact*,- <ontj oiling sum luna toms, and til* depressing effect of • he lacrosse of mkVllsSfieu on the na ult* of til* fartnrt •’ hornet bal, Secretary Rusk a1 ranees sn argument ta favor of higher duties on agricultural products. One of tim , cs v*ei cm uses for the pct wen I agricultural dspr* shin, in the op.aion of Dm secr.Ury. is tai ta prole ct I) in for the farm. r li'i|i<iru and Ei|wrts Few agrk-ultural |ieofde, he says, realise that our Imports af agricultural pioducts estimated at prices (slid by the consumer, an-about-qui) to our agrit oItut al ekporta ceti ma tell at pries* pa.d to the farmer, yet such is the (-ase. Our imports of products and ta competition with those actually pr> ducat on our own soil, amount to nearly $ 11 i,u<i yup annually, aud ss Blink more amid be produced un our own aal under favorable roudiiton*. Our Imports of agricultural irudut bi for the fiscal year ended June HO, Itwb, aggregated MXI OdO.HD, the f ir greater part of which, perhaps, liVrt,-OJU.tMt count, the »e<-rotary thinks, with proper eucouragemsnt, be produced on our One 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. Highiland Paris., Hundred Lots ranging in size from fifty feet front to one hundred feet and thirtvlfront, all very deep. Prioes from $50 to$500, on terms to suit purchasers. One of the nicest residence plats in Alton. Over IOO IIousos and Lots in different parts or tho city. Call and see list. Dorse! & Mann, SIO Belle street. A.    J. HOWELL DEALER IN CARF ETN, CURTAINS, CLOTHS, RIJOS, &e. OIL Our Prioes WILL BK FOUND LOWER-Considering Qualities and Styles- I Idui iii tinv oilier lienee lo Alton. In coaita]umc® of (he ORK VT EXTENT of our SALES we arr enabled to do ss on a VERT ( LOSE MARGIN and It in a ognuetl fact Urn! we handle by far rec- Foot and Miw Mary Craay Ball rim! at the Lower Brule agency Sunday. Mi** dull was to marry Thorn** Tompkins, an Indian, aud all arrangrmehts had been mads, but Foot persuaded Mary to slop* with bim th* night before th* wadding was to tabs pines. Tonkins met Foot and there was a little* blood shat, but It did out prevent tho Buil-Fuot nuptials. Found a skeleton la a Roller. Ti akan, H. D., April 24—An official boiler Inspector in this city found th* bl ached skeleton of a man In th* mammoth (loller In the gas work* The boller hee teen in constant tai since Jan I and the identity of ths man ut how be same there ie a mystery which nobody seems able to solve. The flesh was all ladled from the I boom en I hit hoots, some shreds mg and a few oolite were nil found. of olotb-tbat was What Stoning May lamb foe When Hr Visits London. London, April $4. —The almost eontinu • ms feasting and feting to which Mr. Stanley bas been subjected since his arrival in Hr us** Is, must by this time cause him to look with dismay at what await*, bim lo Loudon. I taut,Ie* the public recept) tut if-rang d in bu bettor most of the sc en tide, literary, ga (graphical and other societisB ss well ss soma or the lea ling clubs have planned dinners, ami other .mtsrtntameuta, in filii taut ii urn ber to turn bis bead with adulation in I iwrmanently impair hi* it-jean >n, ani it U predicted that th-cl* ptor-r will feel himself *«* upettel, In the n ;ei-st >f bis health, to tee Un • rn say of 'bes* we 11-ates ut, though lll-timsd so uric- •ISA    _____   __ Fiva It un dr* <1 Warriors Kilted. Panin, April 24. - Advices from Lagos step- that the French garrison at Porte , Novo, having been warned that the Dn-homan* were advancing upon the placet Dallied out to meta the ruonif. The On-bornan army was met*marching to attack Porto Bovo and a liattlc, wblch lasted    two    greet loss. Ringling A Bn*1 atreus cars hours, took place Five I un it I of    th*    wars also damaged to some osteal, I tab) man* were killed. Fifty Frau ch mea    -.......—-    -  ............»—- were wounded. The sdvions make no    Killed    by    Assident, mention of any of the French soldiers twlng Bouton. April 24 —Kitii* kmw king flues kilted.    __    out af locomotive foliar* at the Boston and Hr I. nr irs I arist Meets Disaster.    Maine roundhouse at Prison Point, East Nu n, April 24 -A teeter rec. wed    her*    Uembrldge, Joseph Oordtai was neeldeutn% brings new* of a disastrous eccl .eat to th* *    •    th#    back    ta    the taflfl with a .l-dg* yacht Flee al Ranbes, WI*. Baraboo, Win, April 24 —Th# (arg* carpenter shop sod ab >ps of tbs bridge sad liullding departm-M»t of th* Mod tent division of the Northwestern Railway company, besides (thee smatter bul id inn, wet* totally "on DU ta sd by Ar*. Th* bnlMlng rooUhsl material of const tsrshU value beatae* the workmen's tools, which ar* const)tared a I'roler I Ion as a Hebi*<I jr. To prof re n<m the aarrefary looks for • remedy. “One glanrs," bd says, "at the i-on I pa rail re rate# af duly levied upon agr i-(*ub ural as com pa til sr lith other produ -ta, ••ae g I*mi st tbs fret list, the greater pur tun of which amaist* of agricultural product*. either grown or which could ti* grown upou our own soli, and rn o>mj«rtem of thee- Agura* with th* evcrsg* rate of duty | Ii vied upon manufactured articlaa, ought to be sufficient to sUen--* forvver any uppisd-tton to the demand I have made on ta-half of tho A mer lean farmer In my annual report, namely—that by a wise application of out admirable protective system, all tbs ><ea*tite of our ta-mc market Ii* secured to bim for everything he may be able to pro-deco," I rn alloo aa Farm Frwperty. Our system ta taxation, the secretary thinks, demands ImprovsmMit in ret tam directions Th* earn ta supporting the gov-ernmsnt need* to be equitably adjusted among the 4 fferant rkaseie of our people. At preaeut In many sUtos th* I Air-tea of loess! texntlou presaws heavily upon farm property, its very nature rend rte* P easily ss*raseUa. Every curporatiua created by the stele, and to whom special privileges are granted, either by state, county, ar Incorporated village or efty, should be teaed In proportion to ite earnings, and hi ail ways lh* i-nactpte ta taxation should ho to plm-e th* burden maintaining the go vernmeut, whether stele, municipal or national, OF ht the luxuries an I comforts which the wealthy enjoy, aud to reduoe It to a minimum ta its application to th* hardly earned of the LARGER QUANTITIES OF GOODS TUAN ANV OTHER HOUSE IN THF CIT*. WHENEVER AND WERK VER TOU SEK THIS 0VW TOD twos MO tut! mo* $10. oc ft VWS SSS-) IO* MM net tiDM-m*. *««r» y I TRADB MARK IWN A Sit.VK OU KAKUK VUU MAY HK] BRTAIN pf ojs-rty poor taal Namouna, the property of James Gordoo Hon nett. ta the Hi int aaa A rte lent storm struck the boat aud a **a swap! over her Thri <* ta the crew w ire -wept overboard Although tfisyacht was seriously damaged, she wa* able to make a small Chints* (Dirt, where »ta remains for the pr- -a nt. Mr Bennett was on taosril ti hum f, with a party of y mug fri mta Aa Aaierleaa Itaak Thief Neateared. Loa don, April id —Frank L ckr<«e, tbs American bank thief, aud hie accomplices Eolith and Jtobu - have bean seutenoed lo imprison meat at hard tailor f>*r eighteen mtmthft. (ta March 21, Lack rose aud hut ouoi|*ttB »*n* w.-rc brought before the Guild Hall (a lice court, cbsrgnd with having attempted to st -si from bu uh-clerk Hume a bag oontaiaia^ 5, Mt j atm is Is u*»t*-s and specie Ill uming Hark la Austria. Vin*XA April 24 -Work ha* been resume i *u m--st of ta- pits on the boa of the Northern railway in the O-troi district, *»d the iron fur Maces at Wittk >wiU are again in full Mast Merton* dis a der* have occurt el at Fulm-k. wh re bi* cavalry dte-pcrsad tie- mob an I made UN .irreal* The Gu re ii at Ala la* Balas. lURMxTAtrT, April 24 —On her e-Tlval from Ala I*-* Banus Qu cm \ ictori* wa* teceHrnl at th* ratio-ad »-atl-»)i by the nm- olcipai and tai < r | r'-m-n Bt . It! tala ta r majesty wa# tend w* t a w*lti*# ny the gn*rd ai honor isreeeut at the *m na 0'('**«*r Nut im t.ood Ll VK ar- • is April ti —Th/ ihaktin-n, by whose vote* T. I* C/Connor •» a* d-det to unrlitnu-ut, hive r*i|u stet hid to resign been UM- fe iii I nut come to then aid in the Ut fir ic, en h - in th • i- • >r a* e liior of fh. Bt ar I he Fjmh . », Ag Meet lag. Ix>?tp(>.v Apr!! .‘i t t) se* co i day ta ta# Cpoh spring MiUttg, th- pila.ipal treat, the city sr I sui crl ti t.uni.cap race, wa* won bi IL *» i tll *.;u Viii.isis#-otad ami IV oil. •». t«>#? thin! They Tabled th# Kpeeegeta BXKUN, April 24 -Th- sfwii-ffeta was1 tsbiod in the l.»s w nouw Lu * >*f It pre- hammer by a fellow workman named Joseph McN-Illy, and died of kl* in jar ieg fifteen minute* Inter. Gordon wa* $4 year* af age and lived in Ch arb* to wa. Kus Down by a Switch Ksgts*. Clkvcland, Ohio, April 21— While half a donen Italian trackmen were working on the Cleveland A F.tteburg road, ta this city, a switch engine turned a sharp corner very > euddrii v. sr i rsn over Antonio Hugo sad a fellow workman whoa# nome hee no4 been learned. Bego flied shortly ofter reaching the hospital, and the other man was killed Instantly.   _ Fear Fria ens re Wreak JslL Moxmntown( N. J., April 24 — Four ►burt-term prisoners who war* allowed the privilege of the corridor ta tat jail bar* effected there escape through one of th* ventilators. Ths sheriff with a pose* a scouring the country f ir them. A luau named Col* who Is awaiting trial on a charge ta murder refused to accompany rtesigreeeleaaL WsuiiiNuiDN City. April 2$ - In the sen- j at* Wfslueeflay Slier luau reported bock a concurrent resolution n questing the provident to tater Into nsgnilattons with Mexico, (one ruing irrigation of arid tan I* in the valley of the Rio Grande and It was adopted Tut was in IWu ta Mr. Haugen’* btl! >u th* same subject. The hue in committee ta th i whole re-*uhi-*I consider»t ion of th* tag!* alive, exes cut tv# and judicial appropriation UU, th* psm'ing molten betag to pros I to clerks for moatora A general djncusston rmusi as to ths reAtivs tuerUs of th* two political pgr-Bee roticeming economic ii admi autre ti rn Died a* the Ag* ta 114 Mf Vnrrox, My., April ill.-William Reynolds died at Flu* Mill, this oonaly, ta old age. Ii* wa* born In Hawkins county, Tennessee, in 1779, and was therefore HO years old at hi* death, ll* moved to tate SMM 78 years ago. He had been a user ta tobacco and a moderate drink*- for nearly ta© yearn A It eelier Be mag Se Death. Im ACA, N Y., April XX-Dr. W. Cl Gallagher's stables at titetervili* this county Durn >d st ll o’ek >-k Wsdneeday night. $8. UUU Egbert IV ill lam sou, a hostler, white at tempting to save the tare# horses was overcome by the heat and burned to itesdh before aid iou kl reach him. Death of a Hall way FresideaL I‘HIL! DX t.I'M i a, April 24 — Hout aal F, Fk ( n. president of the PenneyIvabta, Lehigh, and E tab to railroad, a d late co>nmfe B-met f ■ iii* tr> ok (lass at New Yurt, wlio has been * rtuudy ill fur s *rral w**hs died at his I-urn In Hullo*-burg Thursday night Th# Tepcka Starch IVerhe tell. Tofbkm. Ran., April 24—Th# Netlonal Bub h eorniAny—the flunk trust—bas bought the Topeka Btortb works. Th# pito* Is said ta have bosn about $280,000. CM I at* rest to Free Maeeaa. Washington Crrv. Apr!! 24 -Thu grand master of the Mdknm ta th* I ti* trim ta Col* ans bls has j i .I teen »1 on edict annulling nu edict a-1 > I ba • las. Jmy agiia*t (bi Ver-u< uu ’ th-ott Ai R to kl ut mi for Sd teg > I fra temul r>-at! ai* with th* Gr«-i I OF tent ta , Fnwv. Tut* a thm w is ink *n aft sr the re-gript ta a pi up-r.y eathontie itel copy of a I pruetemetion i.wil by th* sn pram* grand I Bunnell, Cr*neon (Muttwk Rn* Mmmbo, In whir! ii i» »ta ted that tfev "withdraw, annul, v .ca •% ani aet ani ie" any aa i every act whiet* av.-a thur wiu a angili oonetru* In .) th est Dbiis»>"leal of fraterasi relatione with t as Or Hid Orient of Krtaes HI* Ne ii tea re Rem 11 ted. WajdHINuths (’mr. Ap#1l 24 —The pend dent la the case ta Ptret Lieut, J. V. A Paddi )-k, Fifth cavalry, aauteoml by court* martial to d'smtesal from the army for duplicating hts Frixu iry, IHA) pay account, bas r tuittoi i he ssuteu a of the nmrt in nil respect* *nd r retoswi Lieut. I’add- ck to his rank tad Dieting rn th* army. fh« prest-dent ta d>Nug this rscaAs th* pervious gallant MHC vtces ta the icssta1 tis* fact that he re* ired suUuU im acton watch dte- aO»*«l ti I-ss. f),s* ciciueiics we. *••#»».. -my by the court-martin, tfeot trod him •intl mss! him to dtaciisasL Agreed to 4lev. Hill’s Nuggesltea. Al Namt. N Y., April 24 —The sniaie has pnwwl th* bill ncuwn tided ly th* governor, ta r quire party ag-nts commit<»•«, eh-, Pl Air ft . t. Bl) i ts of eicctmu <-x,> ll A Th* pwnl>.) cud**rad ta thfel the worn* SO** -ipta - ult raj# UU. the b..! ta tax OMWlga** was ueieatcd. That it is tho VERY BEST artic ® that can bo bhd for the price aahed. A. . FLOSS, Third st, Opposite Bull#*, BEK OLK NICK UNB OF Granite War© MOST COM FLUTE LINE IN THE CITY. SIT,I.!! I I am now receiving • large end varied etock of Cloths, in all the prevailing ulittdce, for Spring .Sutta, which I nm prepared to make up ta Ute IVJCost GUARANTEEING * Perfect Fit Reasonablt Rates Complete and Satisfaction. H.C.G. Moritz. 112 Third st. II. A. HOFFMANN. No HK 1-102 Hast Second u.x> re roil    *—I oik Stoves FitN)bit€kH Wii’ nmumI to Last Five Years* “QISCX MEAL” QdSQUSM STOESS* Hvojiny, <*MHtnng} B]v< un^ at tow Hit x AI.KH CS PUB iiiiiiiraiii,'!)Piior»<)': ;