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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - April 11, 1890, Alton, Illinois n* ALTON DADA yQljllMK ~ Af TOV II ti FRIDAY FVFXIYfl a IMM I. ii iwun ^ ^    I AIA I / a % rn.    ? I J * ^ I a A VI ^    a1 A A I A Ai    ft A. f lUt/Vl WU. ZOO PRE POSSES INO WALTER LORRAINE. Hii('*pl«r« of * Wealthy Halt La Aa City It* I la. Items of General Interest from the Capital. THE STEELE-WILD COURT-MARTIAL Tha truant Rc|irlm*a4H and iten-t®n®«xl to a Term al Thra# Months* ( ti itlitn tit* limits of Ilia Own Feet TIM Htjttahltla Hattvartt Cen* freamiH IM., tan and Kdltnr Fleming -Other l i.pttai « tty New*. Wash norm* Cwt, Aj^ril ll.—Tha finding of th., coart*martini which triad Lh til Bt ala WM approved bf th* secretary of war i tiurs lay. Lieut. Kiwis la reprimanded alw I sentenced to coailnnnient for thro* tin.nt Uh w it Inn tho limit , of Ilia peat. Tho proc*-® Htg« an.I finding! of th* court [ baya U»*n approved by May Ibm Nota (field, ' an comiuati tar of the til vial .ti of tha Mis-aouri, and be wilt ituur an order publicly reprimanding Lieut. HW**la. Thin will be tin- Anal dim mw it ion of the '•aaa, aa it la not otic that calili for auy action on the part of the prcHdcut or the arere ta ry of war. Dr. J. W. Enos Sanitarium, WILL PROBABLY BLOW OVER. Th ALTO IST, ILL. DR. KNOB announce* that he ha* eataMlahed in a building purchased for tha purpose a SANITARIUM for the BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL. His experience during many year* has convinced him that all diseases can be managed more MucnesnfuUy in an institution of this kind, under the OO natant nuperviMion of the physician and with the aid of meauH not otherwise at command, than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers st intervals of several hours or dave. The position of the SANITARIUM is high, and the surrounding Are free horn all noxious influences. It I* readily reached by the Second street horse oars, and is near tfle Union Depot. The building la large, and arrangements are as perfect as is possible from a knowledge of sanitary science ana the requirements of such an institution. Electricity in all its forms; Oxygen and it* 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 Ran Baths and exercise in cold and Inclement weather, etc., is provided. Each patient la thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and receives his deify personal attention. Now OTDe>n FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS. Fat further information address Dr. ENOS at the SANITARIA corner of George and Third its., Alton, III. til New Older Hie Si Trouble Hetween ('nnfn-Mniii Phelan «imI (Crittur f irming. WAUH)MOTON Citv, April 11.— C’oogrwa-man Phelan mjs if Editor Fit ming will not fight he known no way of comp® Hug him to do so. Acting on th- advice of friend*. Mr. Phelan ha* decided to drop Punning aa unworthy of farther notice, Out the eoa-grvesiman1* Ultimate* any thorn will ba trouble tha finn tint* tha two men meet, Phelan wired Fleming asking him to Ida-("a(th at h a (I'tolaa's) expense the wurda eliminated by Fleming from Pti®l a’s die* patch, and abo a copy of tho dispatch aa received. In the will octal printed by Fleming aud a n’ out to tha country by the preen association* the ii* a foment was made that certain words hod been eliminated from the dispatch, as tin y savored of iii. prise ring ami were not projwr to ba reed in good families. A Telegram from fleming. Yet tha rf!-patch aa given out at Knoxville was identical aith tho on*, given out here. In response to bb inquiry Mr. Phelan received a telegram from Fleming reading ai I olio w»: “Have mailed you thru® copita of Tha dentinal. *L.,* I*.* and ‘H—o—A* Do you understand f* The wurda referred to evidently were "her, coward and scoundrel." The generally accepted expNna-lion cd F **nnng * | (cruller emir*® coat •ruing the garbling of the telegram Is that ha gave mil a true copy to the Pram associe-thorn, but refuged to p -naif hiinaelf to I* •KIM a ,“l, c, and s-o-T in hut own paper. Bt. Paul, Mina , April ll.—A urination was caused at tbs Hotel Ryan tty tha arrest of a temporary guest, who gav • the name of I Waiter Lorraine, on a charge of beating bls board bill Tha reputed Mr. Lorraine, whose real name Is said to ha Thomas Lithgnw, registers I at the Ryan a week ago. Hts appearance was propose Mn?, he Tieing a tall, floe-looking man of superior manners The good impression he fret created wa* strengthened when he mounted a pair of I gold eyeglasses and puffed a cigarette, and be was pat down es a very desirable guam. Rut Wednesday morning the mao ager of the botel was informed, on what Is conoid- j artel to be good Hilt birny, Hint Walter Lerrata was not a1! that Le r-presented. that his real name was Thomas Lithgnw, end that lie bad been guilty af shnJry ®»-aped** in Denver, Halt Lake City, I'hu-ago, New York. He Won a Wealthy flirt. Th® stet J told cf Mr Lot aine, or Lithgnw, b as follows: Boma time buri fait , Thomas Lit rigor made the erat; a in tans* of Miss Phi liq*, the daughter of M C. Phillips, a prominent Halt lake City inert bant At I that time Us repro* ated himself a* tieing is the enqiloy (rf Tburber A Cot, #f New York. Acquaintance ripened into intimacy, and Litl.gow’s engaging address so won Miss Phillips that when be placed bb heart end ) hand at her disposal aha accepted It and promised In marry bim. Mr. Phillips appears to have coho* iv ad a favorable opinion of bb daughter's betrothed, for when the j wedding took place la I Worn ber he made the happy couple a present of FL OOO aud some vary handsoms jewelry. Tbx bride an I bridegroom started out on their bridal tour and headed for New York city. On arriving in Ok) tha rn Mr. Idthffnw sent all the baggage to the Fifth Avenue hotel, but took his bride to another hostelry. Arrest af the Reseal. Then he proceeded to the Fifth Avenue hotel, rem toked the baggage, and, with all bb wife’s jewelry hi a sachet, fled from the city, returning to Denver, where be was amated at tho instance al tm father in-law, bat could not be beld. Half an hour after the arrest of Lorraine a telegram confirming hie identity with Idthgww wae received from Mrs. Thomas LitUgow, the legitimate, win) resides at LSM Lexington avenue, New York. Whet! thief Clark showed the prta-oaer the telegram be acknowledged that he was not Lorraine, and staled he had tx-ok en no statute in marry mg the Halt Lake City girl, as he showed a divorce from his first wife lib latest acquisition decoyed him to Denver after the trouble in New York, h • Sava, amt her family compelled him to givj up everything. Lithgow’s ca*- wee continued, ami h® was vent to jail, being ana-bb to furnish bod. Decided ie favor of the Hallway. Washington City, April IL—The interstate commerce commission, in au opinion fay Chairman Cooley, has decided the case (rf D. H. Alford against th® < hicago, Hock Islaud aud Pa Ai railway in favor of the lefcoda at. The case involved th® question *f the righto sud duties (rf a railroad comelily under a contract fur a ri oiling pen-•v** for through trains over a part erf the tracks of another company. The commission holds that the duties of the Rock Island company were limited by its rights aud power* under .to contract, and that it was not bound to do UM local business for Alford, probtUtod by th® agreement, on tbs line used by Ila through trains. Met (encouraging la Rn git eh Investors. Drraorr, Mich, April ll.—Aa English syndicate, beaded by H. Beton Karr, of liverpool, a year ago bought out the Detroit brewing rata bl I-, tim >*n ta of A. (loebel, Jacob Maim. Anton M(chetifelder, and Charlo* En* dross, |iay mg #**X),ouo therefor. The development of the business failed to bear out the audit and prospectus, and yesterday the English holders, through Mr. Karr, who came over bere ae their attorney, sold out the four breweries to a Detroit syndicate, composed of the local directors of the concern and th® original owner* The English invertors sold (Nit at a heavy lues. M let the Best Tit del The New Tariff HUL Washington CWT, April IL—The ways aik I rn sn- committee moi aud adopted Im new tariff bi ll by a party Toto Carlisle, on behalf of the ir'nority, stated that he had not finish > i bis isport on the Mil, but would have it fee iy on Monday , awl in view of this bt* suggestsi (hat the Mil In* r p ried on that ii «y. The rrqiMet woe ooaentAi to. The I t* luocrate off.rod no amen im lits to the 1411, and contented th MMrtvsa by voting against it aa a whole At th® meeting of the committee on Monday Ut® time to Im* oc-oujMed bf debate in house will be chasid ared anti det®rmiu«d oa. More risods la the Cauemeegh. Johnstown, Pa., April IL—Tbs river bere is spreading out over tha satire lower portion of the city, sud much anxiety is felt by th® resident* Wtin tore. about twelve mibs from here, is entirely inundated. The water there is four feet deep Wood vale is also under waler to a great exteuL Th* Cambria works are entirely flooded moi have shut down. Both the Cambria and Woodvale brldg w ar** gone. Th® Bt. Clair reservoir, alcove Morrettville, will likely br flooded, and lf this occurs great damage wilt result -THE CELEBRATED— reeaterfeiteie (aught. WasNiNoToN CWT, April ll.—The chief of tit® secret service is Inflamed cf th® arrest by that service at Denver, Colo., of George Animous and William Dorreil for parsing (*000(01 fait flu national tank notes at Richmond, Ind., aud were h-ld for tha United Mtatm grand jury. Tbs** counter-frtts were mad® by Miise Ogle, who was arrested hi InM when he surrender.*! th plat®* for th®*® note* together wRh th® plates of the Third Ne to ess I bank. of Cincinnati, and Muncie and Lafayette (Ind.) National hank, and a pi and f*J silver certificate. The Way They Do la Arhaaeae. Fomt Bv WR, Ark., April ll.—John Griffith, a wed known and prominent young man of th® Choctaw country, dial Th—day night at INtireu from wounds receifad Tbars day hut la an encounter with Frank Harris. TM- latter crept up on Ortfftib and shot him twice before fan bad lime to draw hie pistol and defend bias—if. lint when ba dei get ii out he bored a hole through each of Hawk' thighs and also shot him through the arm. Harris may recover. ackson Corset And Waist Combined. —HAR—- NO EQUAL FOR HEALTH, GRACE AND FIT. Prlcelfll and 81.25. /ERY LADY SHOULD HAVE ONE. Morgen M ares the Nsssls. W AMI TUTOR Cwt, April ll —During the debate on the Montana *» natorsh p conto * In th® senate yesterday Morgaa said that I th® quKsfi'>n was decided on mjr* part. *;ui grout*!* th® people would learn t > trus th* semite with contempt, aa I when It dbl so the paopiit would bar® marched more than half th*, journey toward th® de mo trim rf the republic. Turpte character »*-«! the pnn-ctpie. laid town ie th® majority r*p«xMl os •th® dogma 'rf electoral swopped * and not entitled to credence mr regard. Leave# a Fortes* el SM OOO.M* London, April ll.—1Th® estate of the late American hanker Junius B Morgan, who died Mon lay at Monte Carlo from Injuries Mrteiued in leaping from a carriage, Is rte ted to lo* valued at IXJ, (SJM, (XA). Mr. Pierrepont Morgan, hie em, arrived on the •teamer Teutonic from New York yesterday and immediately left for Mont® Carlo by special train, arr aug* menu having been mad® for situ liar transportation th® entire dirt—en NEW STYLES AND FABRICS IN Goods, doing for leo Md Milliner^, Boots aid Staes. Hats and Cans Meeting af (nanroe** Men. Washington ( ITT, April IL—The ninth annual cunv.*ntio« of the Bomb a-t®rn Tar iff mao® atma opened at th. Arlington botel bur W «iu —lay. About HW, r ,m , «.*ut tog sixty or n*v®uty ioturan a co.upon! -q both f'>r®tgu an I Amen an front S nth aud Month Car'din*, ti iirgto, Fortis oui Alabama ww** to att rntou *** TK* conv utter will tw to s—aion several days. 1‘reslrienl Coe bl us donut. i'm la nit: I'M I a, April 11—Praaldsnt Corbin, replying to n banker's recent inquiry rn to the coedit! e of th® Handing and tie branches, wrote that the pnrpo*** far which Im took charge of the property, have been practicably am un pithed. Th* reorganisation plan has been carr— I out, the floating debt |aid, the company's cr® Ut restored, and “th® uu| u tent and threatening labor organ hbattons broken up ” EXCEEDED BY Jione in (Quality and I’rice. Fever* d by the PresMent. Waminuton Cwt. April IL—The president has sent th* follow tug iwxninations to th® senate: Postmaster*:    Indiana—R. J. Cam, Brookville- lllin *h-R McKee. Waverly ; K II. Moi I in, HlwlbyviU®, J T. Mi-Ms.i.f, lUtsvia. J Mot* hi ten. Highland; L v Mhhwuaiay Mount Pulaski. Tkonu*. L .... t> * (ddnevUhs A Private HH ut by aa URiir. Foht Rilst, Kan, April ii. -B rgL CoWm■*(i shot and instantly hilled Privet# Fait *u whiW bringing him to the fort. Pat ton had bam on a *pr» and tried to escape. H® wa* ordered to stop but kept un, wtit-u Col®man shot him tbrough the breast Much excit* (lieut prevails at the fort and th® sol* I tor* attempted to lynch Coleman Ile ie under guard gay Ile aid's W ash lag- Ban A*r< ***. Tex., April li.-W h« n Jay tiouto w«* here he had scm® washmg dull® wt Cb am* un ted to $21. Th® ebMbm were taken to th# Iraki 'ow tote, tis* special having pulled • ut l®nv‘»* the cl*. b®x Ij®-1,iad J lie ag-nt offered to send lh»m un aud ctdtori, > ut ti., laundryman . cdved, mymg tiuit ut. a be % .»h*^l ta i i I® on Mr. G'lo i'm raHmi * hewn* r.qc***tud to pay ut advance. He rtiil holds th® shirts. Looking for Them with e Os*. Trenton, N J., April UU -Oliver Rmiyoa and Mrs Abraham Hned-k. r, a pretty drsne-tnok -rat •» Peoulngtou avenue, left this city tug et aer and M Bneoelov .put a day looking far them with a gun Hume two montl • ago Min. hoed. her took Hunyon ae a boarder Mr. dned«>iier folios «d th® pair to Jersey City, vWr* he tort the Ire IL rnn Kl Proipect of Trouble in Southern Indiana. Building Lots *0® Sale. A VETERAN SEVERELY WHIPPED. Called Oat of 111* Hone® at the Deed sri Bight, Takes lo e Tree sari Cnmerei* fully Beaten by the Mashed "Regs-later*”—'The Members af Ills Family Rslplea* Witnesses af the Terrible Outrage—(lrnod Army Men A roused. Ll .cm vt lls, Ky., April IL—The great Whtte-Cap organisation of southern India im to about to get into trouble with the Grand Army of the Republic. Isaac While to a veteran, who lives on § small farm near Leavenworth, Crawford county. He has always attend* I strictly to his crops, never meddled with the affairs of bk neighbor*, and waa oonudeivd lo be an honest and worthy mea. On Monday night, after Mr. White and bls family bod retired, they were roused from tbeb slomlwni by the tramping of horse# in their iront yard A moment toter there was a knock at the door, aud a loud voice commanded Mr. While to cum® out. Called Dot of HI# House. The old man, unsuspicious of danger, hast fly drees *d himself and threw op n fab door. In a moment the lamp was snatched from his band, ani two p>w®rful men, wen ring white masks, «®Uwd and pinned his srnis with a pieo of rope Mr. Whits saw ha was among about twenty-five men, ail wearing masks of white cloth. Ha Asked them shat he barf done and what they pro-pi wed to Ic with him. No answer was made, and the victim was hurried without cere* mony to a small forest near by. There they .Aril ped off hie shirt and kid him to a small Ina, aud one of the men lashed him into loams! bi Illy with a bundle of awitrhsa When et length they desist si the poor old man's tack was eovtred with blood. (.’sable ta Help Him. The members of the family, who had teen h-lplevs witn. s-® of th® outrage, went to him when th® mob hat left, cut th® blood-stained cords that bound him and carried bim into the bouse. A physician was sn rn monad, and he pi ((flounced Mr. W’htie's injuries very dangerous. He is still alive, but in a critical condition. Th® (Iran I Army port of which Mr. White was a member has announced that It will lek • boid of the CMS, awl t-vcrr effort will to made to punish tbs brutal White-Capa. Comer 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. Highland Park.. One Hundred Lots ranging in size from fifty feet front to one hundred feet and thirtylfront, all very deep. Prices from $50 to$500, on terms to suit purchasers. One of the nicest residence plats in Alton. Over IOO Houses and Lots in different parts of the city. Call and see list. a WHENEVER AND WERK VER YOU SKK THIS 0m 700 (MDS ANO tuts mon floss to ITB oo. TU* BSV WL. Mss rim iMjf MUA. DIED VERY SUDDENLY- A Hrworrks*. af (be Hrala Carries af Cal. K. IL Runs. CRK ago, April ll —Col. R H Knox died wry suddenly st bis home, 17 Oak avenue, at IO o’rlock Wednesday ut -bt. Col Knox was apparently in excellent lteelth. He at* a hearty I Teak fast In the morning, and afterward cam® down to attend to bu,mesa He went text*® sl«>ut 7 o'clock, aud aflat (limier sat down with bis family to pass tin evening. It was while talking with Im child rn i that th® dread summons came. II* fail back in bis cheir and died almost with out a struggle A phy-i. tan was called, who pronounced the cause of death to bt hemorrhage of th® brain. A Highly Ka teem rd ('Itlsew. Col Knox was AU veers obi and was well known to th® cluscu® of Chicago. Ha wa* in command of th® First regiment, I lilted) Btate guard, far I number of years and re *1 Qed not long ago. although urged to re main. H® waa ex erringly active In raisins funds for the new armory and wa* a prom! Bent candidate for superintendent of purim to succeed Mr. Hubbard. Col. Knox bad a large rircto cf friends, who estimated bin fur hts manly worth. TllADE MARK UPON A BTO VE OU RANGE YOU MAY BE CERTAIN That it Is the VERY BERT article that can be had for the price asked. A. L. FLOSS, Third ut, Opposite Belle, BEE OUR NICE LINE OF Gkranite Ware MOST COMPLETE UNB IN THE CITY. HAS A SKULL OF GRANITE. a at. Ox ti t unis Reges Mu its na (math. Bt. Loo Ut. April IL—To win a wager o* #& "Big tits,” a negro pugilist, butted an ex to death. Ha caught th® animal by th* born* with bls hands and hutted it betwesu the eyea Fear Mums In rapid aacmestoa the negro’s head struck th* os N|uarviy hi the forehead, cerning th* auliual to re®) an I stagger- Drawing hack a full arui'* length he ran hi* toed agsiuxt that of the aa with tim fores of a battering ram, hneck A. J. HOWELL DEALER IN tug th® fonr-togged lent® to tbs ground, the os dying insult! (rf five minute* There wa. a small lump <« the negro's head after th® butting feet, lait be tuff red no pain. "Big Hu” stand* 6 fast Id Inches, weigh* 'AV Biffs, aud th* muscle* of bm arm*, »turn I and chest stand out iii knota CARPETS, CURTAINS, OIL CLOTHS, RUGS, Ac. HE STOLE 150,000. Th* ( ashler af a Nisssssls Honk Join, lh* ( aaadiaa ('alway, Fixmtun, Mina.. April ll.—IL CL Twee-test, enabler of th* Kinston National bank, bxs abs audad with £41,UUU of th® beak's funis nod is undoubtedly safe fax British territory. He baa ben traced as far rn Fergn, and the fact learned that he then bought a ticket for V tctoria. A singular retry iii Twreton's books attracted the st bu PX) of th* hank officials sud, lee ruing of th* bG-hKsiwn that was to follow, he de caaipsi at oma. His sureties are quite > it toy and th® I sulk will lose nothing abe Cwt fosses Her ( ria**. Cr tea go, April ll—Manus Htarr, ar-. -ated f(N |M>k*(xiing Mr. N®wtoti l * famUy hi Kagtew< xsi la«t week. has mod® a full eon-f®«®Min Kite said *te< put the pidaon in the ems to sa* what -ffect it woukl pro luce on (rtton*. so she cow d he sure of sn Hmm la aa iff It to en ii int *ulei 1«. Mr and Mrs. IL ai sad were txtrkrl Wednesday. Our Prices WILL BK FOUND LOWER-Considering Qualities and Styles- Than in any other house in Alton. In consequence of the GREAT EXTENT of our .SALES we ire enabled te do Butine** on rn VERY CLOSE MARGIN and it ii h recognized fact that we handle by far LARGER (QUANTITIES OF GOODS THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE CITY. SPRIK] SLITS. I am now rcceirlo^ a large and varied stock af Cl ut Us, la all Ute prevailing shades, for Sprieg Suite, which I am prepared to make up in Ute € aretes* I *e of tteuste*. FMMMIfflGM. N B., April ll - Wbik c siih.g furn lure with le-nsine. Harry Wk t®, bls wife and their child war® ami ouofy, lf But fatally burned A lighted mal h cam® J sa rip (soon and caused Uh room to take fire. Physicians say th® aa*** of th® oi lf si ors ar® critical Moat AT THE Globe. Alton. Call and See la. Cherty ( ire at D-eatur, Ala.. fgutsy* K. Al*., Ajxri IL- Ail th® txtiid-uigs *rf th* Suited Htutiw K-dl’ng Hi- ck a-rn ixn)/** W( i    '♦pi    th.)    wissi I |.ir*m-iit, w.-r« destroyed tty fir* fan erday. Th® tom m about |juu,uti. and «uu bande ar® thrown put of employ axal’. A t tolwry tw® Lahw®. Hixrfua, April ll.— Ria* bour* without rvdti ti in) in wages lies been granted th® 2.UBU c- rkm*ti wtoptoyed in ted** of the n i sr bi® fact. «■>«** of Bwtou Thor - remain lait ti r®® lh rn- that have not yet eniepii>-l with the request (rf tho Mer bi® I'ult®®*' union A l>t«i>'N|*( Teals Ditched. KocHxeTKS. JI. Y., April IL -Ile North arn iewtrai train wk ic ti toft Elmira at ti O’clock in the evening **• dtichoJ near Mtate toy Mona of thai tUty-*u pemcogers wert ■ rtcuely kart save on iiamigraat woman, who we* thrown against a oar stove and in jure I iaternaily. asttionable tvles, GUARANTEEING A Perfect Fit Reasonable Rates and Complete Satisfaction. 2 VsrdHHWH Kerwrd Ie Use (iruwed. Pa his, April ll — Mix warehouses in th® PauioMirg Hi Ii*....*1* wort. iaurnod to the groun i Th Kow-ian church ai jolting th* warehouse wa* oigbily oauagwi and Arx pereoo* were injurer. 4 not her Rich Moreau Dead. POK ll)TCB, If. Y., April IL—D. » Mot grtB, tn im-a b ut of th® Morgan Reaper tuoipsa*, di-1 W slwsla/ at his Bro- kport, aged D vaiu-* at F>,<*«>,(»*). H.C.G. Moritz. 112 Third st. ii bom* ta leasee an estate Work lur Itll® Mew. Wi LB IM* A RHB, April ll.-Th® titty couil ell bae astrion#* i the ®iupioym«ut of bile min is ta breaking stoa® and doing other airest work until the min®* resume. IL A. HOFFMANN. Vo l(MMO*2 KjinI Second st. •our. A«.!-:xr« rug k I .    ...    ........ i SM n wOyts Firob.u'ks Wa* rained to Laid Five Yearn. fmm - V .^S H,    w. UQU1(M MICAL” (IDOLISM ti TO WK8. Huujing, 'Jutltnny, Spottily at 1/fw ;