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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - February 26, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON DAILY FEBRUARY 217 The Formers Resolution Cen suring the SOME STRONG WORDS IN THE SENATE The nesolutlon Finally Boforrcd to the Committee on Privileges mid Elections Argument Before the Bouse Cplnuso Comnilttoo In Behalf of HlsSHvur Worlds JTalr llelegatlmi lit the White Enos IT lor BOTH MEDICAL and A LARGE SOLARIUM dally personal FOB THE EEOBPTION OF For further informatioa address ENOS at the corner of George and Third IL v 100102 East Second SOLE FOB i Stoves RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED By lie MlpnB of Jersey It has Pleased his Royal 1 ii the Good People of this the sen ate Tuesday a number of bills were reported from committee and paced on tho Among them one to authorizo tho purchase of gold and silver bullion and tho issue of treasury notes In payment The bill directs the purcbasa of silver bullion to tho amount of a and of miuh golil bullion as may be and tbe issue therefor of treasury and it re peals the law directing the coinage of silver dollars per mouth Beck said report from the finance committee was not that ho was opposed to it Resolution of Chnndkrs resolution censuring Call for inserting in Tho Record words that had not been Spoken was called up and Sherman moved iU reference to the committee on privileges and Call stated a matter of personal privilege that Tho Wash ington Post contained an article with the head lino Calls Bitter He Slipped a Paragraph into The Congressional Call was a Ho had slipped nothing into The Hecord that hod not been in substance He gave notice to the senator from New Hamp who had arraigned htm here by the resolution that he Coll would arraign him before tho senate and would de mand an investigation by the committee for making aa that was Roufth on The remarks of the senator proved that he know tho accusation was not He Call would convict the senator on evidence of hU own that he did hear and know that he had uttered on the floor of the senate substan tially tha whole of the charge contained in tho He would not ask the cen sure by tho senate of tho senator from Now burwould leave him to the Just Judgment of publio opinion for having heard his Calls remarks and having had neither the courage nor tho manhood to resent The Dignity of the Sherman declared that tho rules of the senate had Just been violated by the senator from Florida In as gross a manner as he had ever Tlie would show what tho senator had said and he hoped the committee would examine When the senate of tie United States came to sucha condition that the word coward could be applied io a senator and that a senator could be charged with stating anything falsely It seemed to him that the senate was receding from the dignity which had distinguished it from the foundation of tho Tho Resolution Disposed Call said that If he hod violated any of the rules of the senate by any observations he had made ho withdrew them and apolo gized to the After further discus sion the resolution was sent to the commit tee on privileges and Tho senate passed a number of unimpor tant bUls and at resumed debate on the educational and Coke addressed the House In tho house a number of bills were passed after which the house went into committoo of the whole on the Oklahoma WINDOM8 SILVER He Tells of the Objections to and Bene fits of tho WASHINGTON Windom mado an argument before the bouse coinage committee in behalf of ms silver bill He declared himself a strong friend of silver and said he was anxious for some measure to advance Its He dented the charge that tbe bill was a makeshift brought forward to defeat some other meas ure and assorted that It was framed to in ttio best way ho could the present financial condition of the Win dom then took up In their order tho objoo tions that have been raisjd against his To meet the difficulty of excluding foreign ores he hod prepared an amendment provid ing that all imported silver coin and bullion and Its products shall bo stamped with the word rowers of the Concerning theobjectlon to tho thorldng tho secretary to suspend the receipt of si vor bullion when he Is satisfied that IU tho secretary suld that he knew that It was thought this was a danger niu discretion to bo lodgol In an but ous fw tlie score country totho oxtunt of amitt The silver bill to bo reported by the committee on finance la understood to be in shape for action by the It nas boon drawn Up after consultation With the senatorial of free silver and they hare agwed to nocept fthd It The principal features of the bill are said The secretary otfvhe treas ury ts authorized to increase tho purchase silver bullion from to a The requirement In the present law that the coinage of silver shall be at the rate of not less than a month Is stricken The secretary Is also Izjd to purchase gold bullion in unrestricted Upon this gold and silver bull ion the treasury Issue treasury notes in such denominations as he shall see to be rodoomablo In lawful INTO A Direct WASHINGTON favor able ropart on tho direct tax bill wasordered to bo mode by tho house judiciary commit tee at a mooting Cnswellwaa di rected to make the report to the ino bill was not and all rights to make minority or substitute were of will probably submit as a substitute Ills bill for refunding cotton The bill as it will bo reported to the is based on the report on the A Hatch of WABHISOTON presi dent has sent to the senate the following nominations Harold of to be consul general of the United BSfttos at To be consuls of the tTntted States i at Hankow John ot at Nlngpo of at Valparaiso of fit Robert of to be of merchandise In the district of The Adulteration of WASHIKOTON senate committee on agriculture gave a hearing to J representing 4ho Na tional on his propoisd measure to prevent the adulteration of The at torneys of a number of Uvfd companiesi were At the conclusion of Wedder burns the committee announced tliat no more oral heorlnga would bo but that attorneys could fllo their argu The Worlds WASHINGTON worlds fair committee of the bouse wlU hold a meet ing soon for the purpose of making suob changes as are necessary in the bUl so that It will provide for holding tlie fair at Tho section providing for a fair fund will also be changed to suitUjo wishes of the subscribers to the Presented to tbe WASHINGTON Feb Cullom and Representative escorted the Chicago worlds fair delegation to the White House Tuesday presented them individually to the president The lat ter congratulated them upon the successor their endeavors In the The Importation of WASHINGTON FA Secretary Tiobenor reaffirmed the treas ury decision that cigars can not legally Uo imported through the malt SOLONS Frightful Railway Wreck Near THE ENGINEER AND FIREMAN Their Bodies Pound Under tho En gine In the Mod and Aooldent in Mexico Caused hy Bursting of a Wves Sailors Washed and fast passenger train thnMaft here at midnight tor Chicago was wrecked above Vlncenes by the washing out of a The whole excepting a went Into the The passengers were badiy shaken up and quite a number The bodies of Engineer Albert Lyon and Fireman Louis Bowden wure taken from the The names of those BO fftr as Wi express mewen BW W badly Brakeman U and It Is feared he Is In the Crtom of the The was caused by the gmng way of a bridge ever a email excepting tho sleeper water and The remains of tho engin DOT aad were found under ttoen ghu hi the mud and A wrecking train to now at work at the scene of the It is net now thought that ths death 1Mwill bo Building Lots Corner Main rand for Eighth and Ninth and Bluff two each Alton Fifth One Hundred Lots ranging in size from fiftt ftont to one hundred feet and tery Prices from on terms to suit One of the nicest residence plats in Over 100 Houses and Lots in different parts of tho Call and see RESOLVED TSE secre than thow on him by the Unlr SStlne thu nrloo of silver up or He sftid he dM not boliovo a ooso a rcrnt to thto powar would yet it was well for SeKoviriiinenttobava this If i in nMsed tho price of silver In Ktadavanco HUadilyand SSto would tho natural mmltof the opera tfon of An excellent feature of this dtro In would bo Its deterrent on spoculatlon in sil ver and thu ruthor thauwith any expoctoHon of usluit It that it hod beon Iu HnonUiitf to tbo objection tliat the bill silver the Moratory They Uwl to Sit In Seats Because Thoy Could Not was no ges sion of the senate horo Monday on account of tho fact that no quorum could be ob Baturdny members of tho senate orrauged to go to be gone over leaving only twentythree members behlndjust enough for a On the rollcall Monday morning Just twentytwo members answered to their Tho scrgcantatarms was dispatched for the absent whtn It was discov ered that nil but one was This mem ber was found In bed and pulled out and token up to the The senate was SencJedto and after the journal was read the body preceeded to but aTmt of order was rahwdof no quo A Motion to Uwm Investigation It was found that a business oould be arms was dlspatehed but could not find tbe missing A motion to ad journ was but the lieutenant gov erno said tbe eenute conld not out In this caae the Sd to alt ta their seota all day and WM a groat deal ot storming and but tho nontenant governor remolned ond the session continued until 6 oolook In the when tho train came and Immediately the returning senators were rasted by the sargeantfttarms and token to and the wnaU adjourned amid a profusion ot CXinvlotad on story was current that George the condemned bad taken but tbe rumor is denied by tho Jail The govern or hasVefused to further respite the and he will Clark WM very nerv Work commeBoed on Clarks wife arrived Mbor has Mtt wotxl that he will not Clark was convicted on Collision Of Pralgut freljfht trains on the Lake Erie and Western railroad ool at a small town about two miles east of thta about qclock In the Head Brakeman Benjamin was and Ws body still Ues under another was teiTlbly Injured and wilUose aad pVhaps of his The en gineers and JuMWUMirf both trains escaped Injury by Jumping from their All the crew resldo at A MOUNTAIN OF Mews of a Terrible In Old Knives 8ftA oourlor Just arrifud from the lower dam on theBasaa reports that a mountolttof water oame down the Hataa at 8 oolock Saturday morning and that thirtytour men lost their Thirty one of tlie victims were whites and three The iourler reports that the town The low of life to tho vulley between the town and the dam will probably not be known for some but the number of victims may powlbly reach thirty or The courier says that the upper dam The valley te inhabited principally by Mexican miners and Salt river rose seventeen feet In fifteen hours and the railroad bridge across It is waahed away Half a mile of track on the bunk of th river Is Telegraphic communication has been but a wire was placed across the river Sunday night Uurlod Into the west bound Nickel Plate passenger train reached the great bridge over Walnut creek the en gineer a man standing In the middle of Tht train was running at the rate of forty miles an to reverse it OT the bridge would imperlled the lives fellow on tho track rtood wrlnKlng his hands In agony the bravo man at tlie lever fcppt on and sent one man Info preferrbag this to Imperiling the lives In ALWAYS AHEAD With the aim of Leading in my Line of Business I have Received a Large Stock BYZANTINE The Latest in he in all Sizes A FINER AND BETTER RlKi SYRMA at the Sama The Citizena of Alton and Vicinity are Cordially Invited to Call and Examine these I am not afraid of an Inspection of their noiWESijiiji 700 KIHDEI AND SUUJL HL DOM TO BE IT FURTHER In order to BOVAL guanU to guard the Oweraor of Natkmul Uofuseit ttlver IdiiMl FOIIT Judge in tho district court here rousM U try any arising from the rlvor Und UUiwtloa lbat mltU tbe u brouBht by United Btatw attorney gen waifs any further Inbertorenoo with tho sottlers would be perseentioit Illinois Wimlied Overbuard omd GIATCOKSTOV Marlon from Georges re sorts whfle at andbor during Timothy ot Bhel W Abram and Abrwn if while furling the lib were washed overboard by a heavy and The three were unmarried and leave In the BUTCHER DUBOI8 Scene In the ttte Took of who murdered hfc bis mother and his two has been ar So was found concealed In iwraa and and foet were badly The houw In which the murder was oommlttod pregenta t On the floor Ues the bleeding the wife of the mnr tbo corpse of aged The skulb are crushed In BDd the partially In tho ire the remains of tlie fcwo little Their bodtw are absolutely hacked to and tho babe was entirely Jealousy ta said to have been tho motive lor tbe horrible nddndsed the Boston MethodW In denunciation of the troutineut that of Its suimrunnuaUM Uio uouriio of bin oddruui hu said svu u igtiwily to nlvu tho church fucta 1 I can work a 00 It w iiay tlwt tho condition of UtftliolUm littH wiuwl to If H U iwl wnv It vrttl HrliM a ul0 tuo cllllrohAt the tho waa glen 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