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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - April 24, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                N UAILY TELE VOLUME APRIL 206 Enos ENOS announces that he has established in a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the BOTH MEDICAL and His experience during many years has 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 at 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 as is possible from a knowledge of sanitary science and the requirements of such an institution Electricity in all its forms Oxygen and its compounds are provided aa 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 Bach patient is thoroughly examined by and receives hie daily personal FOR THS RECEPTION OF PATIENTS For further information address ENOS at tho corner of George and Third Latest 11 Latest and Correct Styles in filllli The numphal Tour He Is Mak ing Through STROKE OF ALSO Shoes and Cheapest IAT THE GLOBE The Irelc1elit Evciywliovc Itirolvccl with of Ail till rn tliiii Hli Mult thn Homo Where Ilia Oront Nupoleon WIIN Kgplorer Munloy Will llnvo to Ho Tlirough When Ho VIMtH Kfirnlgii April iriuinplinl tour nf FMIICO which 1roslilent Colnut tu now nmklng Is ono of the mustpowerful strokes of that roultl possihly have mmcelvail in niiiul of any politician to tho Kiench to which it may bo said it has given a now MARIE FKANCOIS loaso Everywhere tha whosa name recalls historical events of a most stirring has boon rocoivod with inanifcstitions of admiration and de monstrations of to the existing ad ministration which must convince the mln only of iimlco adventurers and In triguers of UK hopelessness of their attempta to ovcrtrow the popular government and re establish tho Shrewd Political The itinerary of Cnruots tour has boon admirably plamuvl an 1 faithfully conled while everything his opportunely added to thd sucrusslon 01 ceived events which could tomJ toward achievement of thy objorts of the His visit to thu houso in which the gr jst Napol eon was at is described as nu intensely theatrical nffalr whenill the visitors vied with his entertainers in mag nifying the importance of tho occasion nu 1 its effect as a shrewd political move may be accurately estimated by any one acquainted with the volatility of thu French charac Altogether tha trip is the greatest triumph of the Curuot regime and its re urns will bo plainly apparent at tho next FOREIGN Whnt Stanley May Look foe Whon He Visits April almost oontinu ous feasting and feting to which Stan ley has been subjected since his arrival In must by this time cause him to look with dismay at what awaltu him In Besides public receptions ar ranged in his honor most of tho geographical and other societies as well as some or tho leading clubs have lnmioil and other n sufficient number to turn his head with adulation nnd permanently impair his di nnd it U predicted that ihj ex tutfl himself ro In the of his to decline many though illtimed jourte Five Hundred April Advices from Lagos state that tho French garrison at Porto having been warned that tho Da tiomnuB were advancing upon the sallied out to moot tho The Da boniiui army was marching to attack Porto Novo and n which lasted two took Five hundred of the Dahomans wore Fifty Frenchmen wore Tho advices make no mention of any of tho French soldiers being UcnncUH Yucht Aleuts April A lettor received hero wrings news of a l isnstrous nccli icnt to tho yacht tho property of James Uordon in tho China A vio lent storm struck the boat and u siti swept over Throe of the crow wjre swopt Although tha yacht was seriously she was able to muUo a small Uhl itsu whore sho remains for the lion It was mi board with a party of yuuug An Amerlenii Hunk Thief April Frank American bauk and his accomplicoa Jmlth and ioblnson have twon sentenced to uiprlsoumont at hard labor for eighteen On March Luckroiw and his loniponttuut wore brought before the Guild Hull pilleo charged with having ut to stiiil from bunkclerk Ktono u jag containing i ounJs In notes and ItoMimlntf Work In April Li Work has Uwu ro mined in most of this pits on thu line of liu Northern railway in tho Hid the iron furiiacm lit Wittkowltz uro in full Berlom luivu occurred wh the cavalry dis wiooil the mob an I miide 118 Tim QIIOUII ut All April hor nrrivui rom Alx jiiftn Victuria was reculval ut tlm rullroun slutHii by the mu ilcljial and other prnuiiiniit HIT ijfity wus tiiiiluii I n luilnie ly thogUiUd honor at tho OConnor Nut in Jooil April 1 by i Uouniiir was vliituil to linvo riipi I him ivsljfii III not lliuir iiil in lliu 1 lUUlOf i iil day of ll piinuipu whoso k ho April hi vides Uttt no nmrks fro n tlw trennury bo apphmi to obj ofr of tlio Cnthollo church dating from Apr to April ThB kfennwhlp Now lately purchased by Pnrncll for the Irish has foundered off Montroso In All on board were Urnth of an April Handel QlndstonoLlborBl membov of ptrliamont for Bristol died In tho rooms of the Liberalclub of heart rtlwasx lilnmnrok Wuiiteil April Count Herbert Bis marck says lie wax glnd to leave the tread mill of but he won norry for his father who wanted to tin iv inn liiniliiap WHS won by MJO lid uinl liiifl Iliir Ilin April Tliw In nu TUM lay It pro HEGEIVE STATE An Important Dioilmi Itmutcreil bjr the Supreme Court ol Apiil decision of the supremo court holds that Michigan baa not done its duty by many ot ltd and points oat a way by which fully may yet receive state bounties ranfting from C60 to The oaso on which tha decision is bused is that of Smith tha audi tor Smith asking for a mandamus to compel tho auditor general to my over 100 bounty which ho was promised on en listing but never In tin Indirect way tho court censures the auditor general for urging the statute of limitations as one of the grounds for refusing to pay the The Governor During the war the legislature author ized tho isauo of in bonds to pay those bounties was and after this Bum was expended no more boun ties were The court holds that the present has full authority to Is sue the remaining in bonds at any time necessary to apply In paying bounty It is not probablo that this amount will be but still tho claims will foot up several hundred thousand The court holds that tho bounty claims must first be allowed by a board of state the same anyother general and the governor can tbou issue bonds as fast as necessary to pay The MoCalta Court NEW April Tba trial by court martial of Commander MoCulla woa resumed Thursday The logbooks of the Enterprise wore Identified and the various entries were Louis seamans apprentice was then His testimony was Identical with that given by him before tho court of acting tstlfljd that ho had bocu punished without an He said he was given uo opportunity to explain his supposed offence until ha was called to the captains after being confined for five Boatswains George teetl fled that he was put in a strait jacket over night for while the Enterprise was at Portugal Just Like Her White foot and Miss Mary Crazy Bull were mar ried at tho Lower Brule agency Miss Bull was to marry Thomas an and all arrangements bad been but Foot persuaded Mary to elope with him the night before tho wedding was to take Tomkins met Foot and thore was a little blood but It did not pre vent tbo BullFoot Fonnil a Skeleton In a April at official boiler Inspector in this city found the bl ached skeleton of a man Inthe mammoth boiler In the gas The boiler has been In constant usa slnoa 1 and the identity of the man or how ha came there ig a mystery which nobody seems able to Tho flesh was all boiled from the b ones and bin boot some shreds of cloth ing and a few coins were all that was Fire at April large car penter ihop and of bridge and building department of the Madison division of the North western Railway be ildos other smaller were totally consumed by The building contained material of consl derablo value besides the workmens which are considered a great Ringling oirciiscars wero also damaged to some Killed by April 24 knocking flues out of locomotive boilers at the Boston and Maine roundhouse at Prison East Joseph Gordon was accidentally struck on the back of the bead with a sledge hammer by a follow workman named Jo seph and died of his Injuries fif teen minutes Gordon woi 34 yean of age and lived In Run Down ly a Switch April While half a doson Italian traokman ware working on the Cleveland PitUburg in this a switch engine turned a sharp corner very and ran over Antonio Ragp and a fellow workman whose name has not been Rago died shortly after reaching the and the other man was killed Four llroak April Four eborttwrm prisoners who wero allowed the privilege of the corridor of the jail here ulfoctod there escupu through one of the The sheriff with a posse Is scouring tho country for A man named Cole who Is awaiting trial on a charge of tuurdur rvfuiod to accompany The Present Condition of ricultural Ag at the Age of April ttey uolds dlud at Pino this of old Ho was born in Hawkins Ten in and was therefore 110 years old at Ills He moved to this uiate 75 years He had been a uuur of Lobucco and a moderate drinker for Hourly 1UO A Hostler Uurntd tu April Oal laghars stablan at Blatorrllfo tills county woro burned ut 11 oclock Wodnosday Loss Kgbart a whilo attempting to nave the three horwi was overcome by tho hunt nud burned to duuth iHifore aid could roach Diiulli uf u lUllwn April fctumual provident of tho Lo and K lutu comtnls tlouef Iriiuk ut Now who ban buun seriously ill fur several died at In Thursday The Slmuli VVurkt I April The National Bturch utaroh truiUbu bought tlio Btwoji U Mid to bMn about SOME OF THE CAUSES POINTED Oiilluio HIM ttnsultoil In Ucpio elntlnn nfthe Iroiliiollvo Iownr of the on Agrloulturnl Print at Protection fbr the Fnrmor An ImproTcmeiit Needed In tha Hjstem of WASHINGTON April Secretary In to humlreds of communica tions from different sections of the to him for an expression of opin ion rfniwcting tho present condition of agri cultural Us causes and has tailed n long address to tho farmers of the The present agricultural de universally and of which there can bo no the mmrotary can bo traced to a cpmblBatioa of no many that prohuhly no ono can enumer ate Ilium all Tliotn causus whlcli to the DOR rutnry twin more directly for this severe may be dlvtdod Into two class those iuhnrent to fannoi s thom oudfoy which they alouo ran provide a possible those ovnr which the farmer hinuwlf has no direct and the remedy for which must bo provided by UlKlier Duties In the first class of caused ho attributes depreciation of tho productive power of lond to a variety of to want of businesslike meth lack of study of supply and and market nnd the ownership of more Utnd by many than tluy can properly care After alluding briefly to the dis couraging effects of farm the difficulties of thn transportation gambling in farm and the depressing effect of the increase of niiddlunen on tho results of the farmers honest Secretary Ilusk advances an argument in fuvor of higher duties on agricultural One of tho t causes for tho present in the opinion of tho Is lack of protection for the Imports and Few agrkuliural ho realize that our imports ot agricultural products IXtlmatetl ut prices paid by the ur about cqiiul to our agricultural exports at prices paid to tho yet Mich is the Our imports of products sold tu competition with those actually pr ducyt on our own amount to nearly and as much more OJiild bo produced on our own soil under favorable Our Imports of agri products for the fiscal year ended June aggregated tho far greater part of the secretary wilh proper bo produced on our own soil Protection as a To protection the secretary looks for a One hd at tho comparative rates of duly loried upon agri cultural as compare with other ouo glance ut the free Vho greater por tion of which consists of agricultural prod either grown or which could be grown upon our own and a comparison of thesD flguras with tho average rate of duty levied upon manufactured ought to bo sutllciont to silence forever any opposi tion to tho demand I have made on behalf of the American farinur In my annual re by a wise application of our admirable protective all the Ixmhtw of our homo market bo secured to him for everything bo may bo able to pro Tiizntlpn an Farm Our gyiitem of tho secretary demands Improvement in certain di Tho cost of supporting the gov ernment needs to be equitably adjusted among the different classes of our At present In many states the burden of local taxation presses heavily upon farm ite very nature rendering it eas ily Every corporation created by the and to whom special privileges are either by or In corporated village or should bo taxed in proportion to IU nnd hi all ways the principle of taxation should bu to place toe burden maintaining the go whothor municipal or opou tho luxuries and comforts which tho wealthy and to reduce it to a mini mum In its application to thu hardly earnod property bf tuo poor WASIUKUTON April tho sen ate Wednesday Sherman reported back a concurrent resolution requesting tho presi dent to tutor Into negotiations with concerning irrigation of arid lands In thu ralley of tlio Rio Grande and it was Thlwax in lluu of Reagans bill on tho Tho buuso In committee of the whole ro Buuiod consideration of the ex exculiveand judicial appropriation the pouillng motion being to provldu clerks for A general djocusaton ensued as to the roJative of tuo two political pjr Wos concerning economical Of Intercut to Free WASHINGTON April The grand master of tho Masons the Dittrlm of Col umbia tins an edict annulling un edict IBCIJ 1 Us July agilmt In Cur Ufuu Krott nil K to M for I fra ternal ruinil nt with tuo Orund Jriont of Tills w m tuk n aft T the ro oelpt of a cupy of a prooloiiiiition Insual by tlrj nuprninu tiranil CrinufU Bcottlsh Hltu In which it is btated that thuy an and Kit mile any uul ovary act pvun their etieiules might construe Into thu establishment of fruteriul rulatiouv with Jivind Orient of Illi Henteiioo WASIIINOTON April The presi dent In tho casuof LlouU rlfth bontunctil by court inarlliU to linniiuHul from tho urmy for dupflcutlng his IbUo hia I ho sontonro of the court ID all uinl rcutored Lluuu Iadduok to bin rank uid ttuiidlng In the The proul dent In doing this recalls the iirovloun gftl laiit of the fact tLat be rvuilved wouiiis in action wnloh dla ubiod ilia likiiiiiiiiv by tho roiirtmurtlnl tbut triea linn ana U him to Building Lots 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 very deepy Prices from on terms to suit One of the nicest residence plats in Over 100 Houses and Lots in different parts of the Call and seo AtfreiMl to lllllii Al April neuutu has puMOil thu bill I y thu govern tu Kqulrit party coi Ui Illc tut liloliUo uUCtluu i oiilujed to lilnl vu fcV tultriie IHI The DM worn biil to tax HOWELL DEALER IN OIL RCH WILL BE FOUND LOWERConsidering Qualities and Styles Tlian in anv oilier houso in In consequence of the GRKVf EXTKNT nf our SALES wo are enabled to do Buaiiuss on a VERY CLOSE MARGIN and it is a rec ognized fact Unit we handle by far LARGER QUANTITIES OF GOODS THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE WHENEVER AND WEREVER YOU SEE THIS OVER 700 KINDS AND FflOM TO THI OINUINt THIS o TRADE MARK uroN A STOVE OR UANGK YOU MAY BKS CERTAIN That it in tho VERY BEST article that can bo had for the price Third Opposite SEE OUR NICE LINE OP MOST COMPLETE LINE IN THE I am now receiving a largo and vaddl stock of In all Uio prevailing for Spring which I am prepared to muko up in tilt GUARANTEEING A Perfect Reasonable Rates and Complete 112 Third 100102 Knst Second AtiKN ft IUit to Five MEAL QAUQUNli Hooflngt at toV infNfitiif   

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