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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - March 14, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                AiTON DAILY TELEGRAPH FRIDAY MAI1CH 231 nud Mra Kctch York Senator oud anil Senator and A Days Proceedings in Senate and PLIElLiC BUILDING BILLS Enos BOTH MEDICAL and ixnerience during many years has convinced him that all diseases more successfully in an institution of this under the sion of the and with the aid of means not than when the patiente are seen by their medical advisers kom aU noxious It Is readily reached by the Second street horse are as perfect as is possible from sanitary science and the requirements of such an Zotriclty in all ite forms Oxygen audits compounds Baths are provided as may be required by pa lintann addition to such other treatment as may be deemed A LARGE SOLARIUM For Sun Baths and exercise in cold and inclement is Kh patient is thoroughly examined by and receives hie taUjr personal BBQEPTION OP For further information address ENOS at the corner of George and Third Children Cry for Pitchers RESOLUTIONS UNANIMOUSLY ADOPTED ofAltonaiifliGMty It has Pleased his Royal Nibs To remain with the Good People of this Vicinity after InauKuratiuff a System of Small anu Sharp Be It to Call on of Wiiy to UullromlH Granted by tin DIscuHUlug the Okla homa Coroners Inquest Over thn lUtimtlnii of IxCongi unman Toiil Ciiiiiniltted to Mtitfliinffton Notes of WAHIIINQTON March tbo jonate Thursday bills wore passed for public buildings at Mam Hot In tho Yellowstone Na tional 000 Virginia Tho A quest ion of Eustts in relation to come remarks of Hoar on the southern question precipitated a hot political debate which through moat of the Sher man and Butler had au interesting setto which provoked applause from tho Iroccedluga In tbe Tho liouto passed the bill extending for throe years tho tima within which the Deiii son and Ouncliitn Valley Railroad company may construct its road through tbe Indian Bills were also passed granting right of way to railroads as follows Through the Mille Lacs Indian Minne to tho Little Mille Lacs and Lake Superior Railroad company through the Indian territory to the Outhrle and Western Railroad company through the Nez Perce Indian to the Pelouso and Spokane Railroad The house then went into committee of the whole on the Oklahoma THETAllTJEE Cormers IncjticHt Over the Beinalns ot the Dead WASHINGTON Taul beo inquest was held Wednesday oxdoorkeeper of tho house of was tho first wit His testimony was substantially as follows Tho 28th day of February last I met the near the south steps that lead down from the ladies entrance to the house on the oast front of the We had passed across the first landing and had turned to the left to when on he lauding just behind on my right and n Taul bees Kincaid Taulbees face was turned partly to ward Kincaid when the latter said you can see me The de posed turned hia face further toward hfm vhen Kincaid tired the pistol tho all taking effect just at the outside of the the blood spurting out over my left Kincaid Committed to John a saw tho flash of he pistol and heard Kincaid say that e did The javy retired and in a few nlnutes returned a in which they ound that Taulbee came to his death from a pistol the pistol being held n tho hands of Charles Kinoaid in tbe Jnited States capltol At the conclusion of the inquest Cincaid was committed to jail to await the action of tho grand Cannot Huy Mexican WASHINGTON March com mittee on foreign relations has reported to tho senate tho petition of the Fifteenth legts ative assembly of Arizona asking the gov ernment to take stops for the acquisition of such Mexican land adjoining that territory as may bo necessary to give the territory a deep water harbor on the Gulf of Call Tho committee recommended that tho nutter bo indefinitely postponed and that action was A letter rom Secretary Blame accompanied the report in which it was stated that It is against tho American constitution to sell anyof that countrys and such a measure would lead to the overthrow ot the Mexican This country was bound in the secretary not to at tempt to obtain any Mexican Presidential WASHINGTON March presi dent has sent to the senate the following nominations Andrew of Coopers town N to be first deputy commissioner of vtce Hiram resigned Henry of to be chief Justice of the supreme court of the territory of Arizona Robert of to be Lent for the Indians of tbe Hlntah Ouray agency In Postmasters Ohio Henry Urbauo Jeremiah Greenfield Hamilton A H Mount H War New West Ui Ion AuUubon The Session WASHINGTON March Dolph committee Investigating secret session leak Bgasofth senate bave begun the examina tion of a new class of Hal private secretary of the L clerk of the Thomas chief of the diplomatic bimau of the state Julian Tay lor clerks in the state among the witnesses sum momVl Holford and Pruden were ed tonvi about the method of to the Ihey explained that It would hardly be possible for treaties to loak out on their way from the state department to Harrison Oocii WASIUNGTOW Maroh mister General Wanamaker ilocidod at the lost moment not to accompany flarrl Wauaniaker and Uulr party on southern The consisting sf Wnnanmkcr tthd Miss and Russell of Philadelphia Miss of New and Ham of left the city at 11 oclock Thursday for Tlie Worlds Fair WASHINGTON March material modifications In the worlds fair bill have been The new bill which Is just completed differs in severaVlmportont particulars from all other The dual and most radical change in It Is bring ing the date bark to 1894 and making ho reference to THE OHIO How It May Be Made to Elect a Derao ofatic or providing for the election of tial electors by the tha con gftssional districts instead of by the at a law the restricting law Jurt Ohio would give next pMocraUn presidential candidate sixteen instead of none iw Utlfess a presidential election comes a ttepab Itean legislature should ftipearthslilW Uie state senatorial districts that branch orthe tegttUU tire is quite certain to remain VDtnUM A bill will offered as a substitute Which gives the legislature efcct the presidential This give the electoral vote crats only when a Joint ballot in the They Never Lived March Me Cloan granted Flora daugh ter of Ho the richest man In Wife an absolute divorce from her pastor of tho Lutheran at The divorce is granted on tho ground that the which was was cured by The couple were married under assumed names at in by Jordlekwag student at the Lutheran Theological semi nary Jordiek never acknowledged the and made no opposition to the The couple never lived together as man and HlB Failure In Dry NKW March dry goods trade was surprised Thursday by the unex pected announcement of the failure of Har wholesale dealers in dry goods at 877 The members of the Edward Harbison and NoahLo made a general assignment to Frederick No preferences were and both gentlemen have turned over to the assignee their private residences and all per sonal The liabilities are between and The nominal assets exceed the hitter amount The failure caused by the firms inability to obtain money to meet dull trade and poor col The 0 BaUroad March Presi dent Heinhart of thoAtchison says of the Burlingftin and Quiucy and Chi Burlington and Northern ueal It will removo a great bone of contention among the western roads as the practice ot cutting rates will dlsappaar to a certain de As to the terms I think the Burlington andQuinoy have mndeagood Uliodo Island Republican March the Republican state convention hero the follow ing nominations for state offices were made Fpr Herbert dence lieutenant Qt LJt Pawtuoketi secretary of Simuel of Westerly general Barouel UOPphXi ney Horatio gt Sale of a IMarcij Hfbo and Northwestern runftbag fro to Thursday morning Uni j A Fomale Institution Thrtat ened with AN OBNOXIOUS Tlie ffouble In Advnnowl HIM to the Whole Atldrnm to thB of the UiilviTnlty Sit Down on Pro ttnd In a tiiko iu male college litre thut throat elia the of tho Ten duysngo hftyfour lailius In the1 advanced a petition to Governor asking hknto Investigate Professor presl dsnt of the school Cooke and his friends wrote the governor that the rtvoh WOT pri this aroused the preparatory and 140 of them joined the fifty Gxteand hisfrl nds theUclalmwl It was a flghti between the iludeute homes wore in Columbus end those from this This hnd the effect of rousing tccultyfnrid the twiobers ta the strik ers indus trial and musU and Address to the The MudslnBtOlu three and the joined The tit aid ndflress io tte peopUs Wfe bbjbot1 Pirofeaiir Cooke UeOhueta is not an having taught but AVe qr six uonUM liad a poor rewru at tha having Iwen there fBvi without a do thtmgh only fa His convictions his vaoUUt Se doas not and can not couiuiand the admiration and rwpict of the pupils andhas lowtrad The 200 strikers and recalcitrant teachvrs are tloterinhied tour and sixty pupils have possession of the school Building Lots Corner Main and Eighth and Ninth and Bluff two each for Alton Fifth l Qne Hundred Lots ranging in size to one hundred feet from on terms to suit One of residenoe plats in Over 100 Houses and Lots in dilfejnent parts of tho C411 and see listc r FUIiTHKU order THE IB ine had two mortgages on It The July BAN March Sarah Althea on contempt of court m restatlijB V 1888 who beep to f the courtroom been jury after remaining out afl night an nounced a tho vote standing eight for acquittal and four for wnvw Sadden Death ot WKW March ft well known lawyer and of died at at 1 ocloek to the morn tog at the rooms of the ynlverslty ojttb at Twentysixth street and ttadtym Mr Thurston was stricken down The be taken to Provi Will lie Token Hack to March ItrOommtasionnr Lymau decided that the alleged Cuban whom proceed luzs looking to his have beta going should returned to the Cuban Cortoi will be taken to Cuba as iwon as TOO MODEST FOR He Ohjtotfd to Mulo unit rmiilo Art Stu Kluilylnv Sfuile Mtrch young Indies of the art liool of the Washington uuiver slty have down on a prudish piofiator with a thuJ that its still eoUoing about the The Uialo unJ female studunfai have for years The clWu that uhil moiUled from the nude occupied a rCtHUtd PaUlclc Li im imported inBtructxujust fixirn The idea of men and women study ing logelher from tho nude struck him as that not oven Paris couiU and be ordond the women to occupy a different room from this men tVTieu tbia order wont forth the girls Rot after rnuih determined to stick with the and marched In a to Professor Haljey head of the nrt and submitted their Ivos atoodod to antlthc girlsaro bnok with the boys molding tho human form divine together from Ufa ImllniiH Ornnd Army U The state Grand Altny of the cucampment cloved Wednesday RcBoltitJons adopfrid demiimling tho siigo of tin ifunslon bill thu ro pial of the Hmitmion clause of rtxnrrnfir ages Officers wnre ai follow Gil oommandrrln chief senior vice com mander Jowpli Junior vlco com mander aijuvant general ntsintitut qwrter mnster Ooverrnr Alvln delegaleatlKruu to tho na tionai I powerlessto Help JPOBT March itn aged Wy miles wiMi of flre In a wood iRnjStedW In some Hertusbaiid oijly bthr occu hiid wiisa witness of the whole biilf was powerless to help Her as So and con move ftStber hand ttrtoolf For throe hours ho nipeUeil to watch Ihe of Ms When the daughter from thnreb meuloal ftldwiwwm but It too nilnd BONHK Willlaul of this created a stir by rtildlne cue of tbo blindtiger sa loOns which hove been running bttrein vio lation of tine phe has two Both they intloed to tbe ntace aid made The mother learned feite and a Donning hsr bat she hastened down to the aftwA but interesting interview with the sbe demolished every window tha place and partially wrecked intrrior before sbe could be persuaded to With tho aim of leading in my Line Business I have Received a Largo Sijock of BYZANTINE RUGS The Latest in he in A FiliER AND SYRWA at the Sanj3 The Citizens of Alton and Vicinity arc and Examine these EUGS I am OVER 700 KIND6 FBOM TO torland THROW ASIDE YOUR FUEL BuiWers Hardvyp a Finest Line of Graiiiie and ir lOSS ThM IniiAuierlcuim Iuvor Sn WASHINGTON March 1an Amorlcan congress committee on communi cation on the Atlantic bos presented re nort to tho The committee rec tho estublUhmont of a subsld ftt8t bimonthly and freight steamer service between the United States Rto and Huenos AvreK alHO uu auxiliary Umonthly freight Tho contracting govermuenui aw to nontrli uto aid to the fast Hues In the follow CpropoJtloni The United cent Argentine 17K csnti 8 per tho ot American con A Viry Informal WABIUNOTOH Pres Went Harrlsnu gove an lufonnal dlnmr at tho White House Wednesday night to a company of Tlie wtmi r MI mid uf New Roprebentativa of Bwmtotaud Benator and at March state that the lufiuauca roglog ttiere griat severity and A Saliy average of seventy deaths from tpe dUmuie Is Several ot the shahs family ore prostrated with the Uva Hamilton a MaroU HamlJ tbe wife of Robert Ray who Is serving a term In state prioon for assault upon a patlttoo to tiw court of pardons Toeeday for The Hell Ifaroh company has declared A iltrldrnd of 18 per payable April 16 to ot MaronBK Thebooki will be oloutd from April 1 to UlkU far M hlgbll WIUBU bill for BaltJmorit city the sen JU New State lor March Gov ernor Fruiicfc uas appointed KtujJions of tbo weUkaywn banker and state trounuror of Missouri to Borve until W9 nwonl in 1808 Qovornor Ww nut formally acbupteJ tlw rbdliunloa of Twoauror No fllwl il iiithustite dipurtment as au accohioanlment to the Stephens appointment EnOtcmout la March from Johannes in the Is to ttw Kffout thut three persons wbu M In the rocent and iiitUo tuuilttti down of the of re havebewii tieut to Prtitorla on a eharee of As a conscMjuBnce great exltemunt pruvalls throughout tbe repub Ue Clave Away Iho March liC Terbune gave ball haiv tq Oefoce at Awll to aiwwr u pUartce of vioJatlug I am ntw receiving a large itock or Spring I to up U OUAUANTBBING the ciVll sorrioekw out ilons to Thomas Jordan MOJ at which time TeAohn anwaptoyeof York ourtom A Perfect Fit EeasomWe and Complete Htfct 14 Chjougo with roferonoa to Uw death JuiiKliatie vruiv A iwrtmurb m provwi oonnlusivoly HiftV hu wus not and tbe now wna sund or Uw will to So 1OOX02 Bi KOB FlrebacUw to Lagt GUIOK MffW UAXQUNE i   

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