Alton Daily Telegraph, April 30, 1890

Alton Daily Telegraph

April 30, 1890

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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - April 30, 1890, Alton, Illinois VOLUMEDr. J. W. Enos' Sanitarium. 7 I ALTOM, ILL. DR. ENOS announces that he has enUbliahed In a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the TREATMENT OF ALL CURABLE DISEASES, BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL. Ifl« experience during many yea re has convinced him that all disease* can be managed more successfully in an institution cf this kind, under the constant supervision of the physician, and with the aid of means not other-wise at command, than when the patients are seen by their medical adviser* at intervals of several hour* or days. The position of the SANITARIUM is high, and the surrounding are free ftrom all noxious influences. It is readily reached by the Second street hors* oars, and is near tile Union Depot. The building is large, and arrangements are as perfect as is possible from a knowledge of sanitary science ana tile requirements of such an institution. Electricity in all its forms; Oxygen and its compounds; Baths, Douches, Massage, Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided as may be required by pa* Hents, In addition to such other treatment as mjty be deemed advisable. A LARGE SOLARIUM For Hun Baths and exercise in oold and inclement weather, etc., is provided. Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and receives bi* daily personal attention. rn Mow Onen FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS. For further information addrest Dr. ENOS at the SANITARIUM, corner of George and Third its., Alton, III.Latest ii Dress Goods. Latest ii Beaded Wraps aud Capes.Latest in Suer Shawls.Black, Cellar and railers. Latest and Correct Styles in Millinery Movelties. Latest id Mini aoli Gent s Fandamoes —ALBO—Shoes Best and Cheapest - ATTHE GLOBE. ALTON, ILL. ALTON. ILL., WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 30. 1800. NO. 271ENTITLED TO I An Old-Time Senator the Capitol. Vtets HE SUCCEEDED DANIEL WEBSTER. •I*»n. Kohsrt C. Winthrop ^pencil Half an Hour In th*    !{*>«    diving    f'ongrntw- Int Inn* on iii* l.«,fig lift. An AMonDhod Doorli* < p< t < )M i .iu,rn! Exhibit aith# Grout World** tan Au Important M-prom* Co*rt Dim Ulna—Capital Not*-*. Washington ( ITV, April 30— Henry Callot I xxi ira walk* .! over from the huns* of rapraiwtttativtw to the netiate chamber Monday morning. accompanied by an old gentleman who wore a heavy gray overcoat. a high hat of the style of forty year* ago, ami carried a large cane, upon which JtOHKHT C. W'I NTH IU ii*. he leaned heavily. A* the gentleman ap preached the door of the senate the door* kee|»or nodded, but rather intimated ta Mr. Is-Ira that the old gentleman did not have the prlnlege of th** floor Smiling blandly through hi* g*"id-rimmed spectacles, he held out hi* hand to the so mewing n*toni*hed doorkeeper and said: “Oh. jeu, I have the prix ileg* of the door, I wa* a acuate >r oft'-#, hut probably In f«>re your time. I am aine an ex-apeaker of the house." Wa* Heimlor Forty Years Ago. Then he good-naturedly said that he wa* Robert C. Winthrop and that he wan a sen ator from July, infill, to February, IKM, having filled the unexpired term of Daniel Weirder, it wee rely «hoek«d th*- door keeper to meet such a famous relic of for mer day*, but knowing Mr Winthrop well by reputation be en*'triad him into the Chanda r with great pride, The dint in fubbed gentleman took a seal on the eof* and in ten minute* the Herndon* were nor rounding him, all eager to congratulate him ou ilia long life and goo*I health Mr. Winthrop seemed to remember a few cl (he antiquities like hi* friend* Meant*. Dawes and Hoar and one or two more, and ba EU a* Ie a great but un«ucee*aful ell ort to ©onvince the more youthful '***naf or* that be retnemiiered them, too. Mr. Winthrop spent a half hour in the acuate, and dur lug that time received the homage of nearly every senator In the chandler THE GREAT WORLD’S FAIR. *—"■*■** ♦ Ho mr of the Exhibit* To He Made by th* Oo venue en t. WAdmixt,ton City. April JKJ-Among 1 th# proposed feature* of th* government exhibit at the world'* fair in Chicago, not hitherto published, are the following; Th* war department will display uniforms of American soldier* from th* colonial j period don u to the present time, camp and garris >u equipage, th# national col-! ors. ambulances, array wagons, eta. A realistic feature of the oil lection will be a porn hospital. The ordnance bureau will contribute light artillery, guns, pistols, and swords, including an ancient piece of ordnance which is believed to be a relic of the spanish occupation of Mexico. ( olli-ctlon of Mineral*. One of the most iioixjrtant department* in the proposed sxhihtt is devoted to the minerals of the United Hi aum Should I *u(Orient money be granted it is proposed to make a collection which will * -rnpare favorably with any in tbs world The < bureau of animal industry will exhibit the various animal products Probably an exhibit will also be mad* showing to* work of the bureau in dealing with aul* mal discase*, lf possible an exhibit of the nature and character of t be soils in various state- and sections of the country will be made This U done by sinking glass tubus in the gro urn I to th* depth of from J four to six feet.__ Cong rraatemal. Wash I xuTox CrfT, April to In the I house Tuesday I‘it me of Tennessee, rising lo a qu* -Don of personal privilege, deni rf a statement made a few days ago by Exam* of Tennessee, to the effect that there < bail been ballot box stuffing in his db* toict, The speaker ruled that thin did not present a matter of personal privilege. Pierce responded shandy that hr thought it did. The speaker saki that the gentle* man had no right to make such a response to the chair Mills then took a hand ami sharp word* pass*-! between the speak el and the Texan. Th* matter was finally dropped Tile a*nato after the transaction of roo- ! tine bu-tura* of minor iuijiortance re* sttmed consideration of the lan*i grant for feiturr bill and passel it A Defect la the Bill. W ahu I Xii Ton Cl TT, April to - The bill creating the territory of Oklahoma which was pH*#)! by the botte* and acuate and aam to the president last Friday must bv referred again to congress, because of a fatal de to t in its phraseology The cora-n>t—i mer of the genera! laud oflk», to whom the WU was referred, rep.ti* that the clause describing lh* boundari** vt the territory wad- -western line of Texas” where it shouhl mad “casten. Hue ut Texas ” 'lite pr. ..Went will send th*- bill back to «HJOgresa with a message calli ag attention to this defect find congress will have to a me t**l the Mil. Aa I ut fort sot Itertsioa. WAsiilXUTox (TTT, April;*). Hie United Blate* rn* court hat proeouniwd un-eonstituti mal state law* providing for th# seizure of liquor brought into a -tuts in it* original pac sage*    lbs court holds such laws to ta* an interim nee with tbs tutor-state commerce aet The date may reffu late or prohibit the *ale of the liquor, but can ant pr«»hiWt transportation from another state and delivery to the importer    .....' _ MlgaHMl the ArtUtrstloa Treaty. WashinoTuXClTT, April * — Representatives (rf nine of th* Amar an republica • have algae*) the f mi a1 treaty of arbitration in Secretary Blain. • office at th* department of ntate, namely, the United Staten, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Salvador, Honduras, Bolivia, Ecuador. Hayti, and the United State* of Brasil. It is expect#*I that three more signatures and seal* will lie added noon, and it I* hoped that the signature* of all the powers will be secured in the course of the summer and autumn. Several of the ministers remained over at great inconvenience to complete their adhesion to the treaty. Vetoed by the President. Wamiixoton City, April to —The president has sent to tin house his veto of a bill to Increase the appropriation fur the pub Ik budding at Daliaa, Tex, la a long menage accompany lug the veto the pre*! (lent < ail- a halt on indiscriminate build' iug legislation. A RESPITE FOR KEMMLER. lls la to A|i|» Mr Before Judge Wallace at Myraenae June A Ai m un, N. V., April to.—Judge Wei* I cee, of byraruss, baa hunted an order to produce Kemmler before him June 8, ami the execution will therefor* be postponed. The ground for the writ rn that the aet under which the execution waa to wake place is in violation of the constitution. Warden Do rat on in person carried the news of the reprieve to Kemtnkr The little man, who had benn very nervous all day, particularly since his farewell talk with Mr* I>uPiton, we* for a moment half dazed with the news. He looked from Mr. Duratou to Daniel McNaughtem, his keeper, and said: “Well, is that mf I* that soU Daniel McNaughUm was bim -elf much moved and for a moment coaid hardly find voice to speak Kemmler had iud ta en given the slightest hope, lit had already been told to be prepared for death within twenty-four hours, and had lawn st riving manfully lo brace himself for th* ordeal. Mura Hu«pcnae for Krmalu. Warden Durston said to hint ou enter Ing Hie cell, “Well William, I have g<<**l new* for you Yon have lawn granted a reprieve. The Judge has poatponed th* execution until June 6.” After Keratoid bad half gasped not several times th* word*. "I* that so,” he walked several t mea shout Ids cell and seemed unable t* (’dicot bitiiM-lf. Hi* regular routine of lib in the cell will now ta- renewed and bt will haw to have to go through another interval (rf su.jsmac. which iu Ute end may ta more of torture to I,im than U wold*! to have gone through the ordeal now when he had abandoned all hoi ie and had prepared hit- lieut to meet It The fee ling oi relief was scarcely Was to \\ urdett Durston thau It win to Kenuuler himself, and the same may lw said of the faithful Mc Natighton, who during tho post few day* has lawn greatly wrought up. inserter un the Lea*. Bai t.T ATK MAHIX, kl lh,. April 80.— Momiay night about 8 o'clock fire was dis covered in the lamp room of the steamer Continental, bound (Iowa and ore laden. Whim about three mile* from the head of the tuns! t leer steamer in an effort to turn out of the wind collided with ber consort the Magnetic, striking her amidships aud cutting through her planking. The mag netlc sank in twenty-feet of water, only her flight heads forward I sing visible. Th* fire Iii tire Continental was overcome aflat a hard fight and after her forward cabin was destroyed and mainmast damaged The Magnetic haa about 1,000 terns of on in her. Won a Flag tor Her Sellout. WMT Brsn, WI*., April HO.—rteveral months ego the publishers of The Youth'* Companion, printed at Boston, offered a flag to each state in the Union, the flag I* gobi that high school front which the hest assay on a given subject wa* sent to the aforenamed periodica! The subject of th* essay was "Patriotic Intl lien. eof the Amar lean Flag Wheo Raise.I Ov«*r th# Public Schools." Boxy Knapp took th# prise The flag is 16 feet lung, W fart wide, and made of bunting It will be floated to the brasse next Friday. Th# Clayton Assassination. LrrrL* Rook, April 80.—The Olayton Bmekinrtd# investigation committee ex am I nod 106 witnesses Monday AU hut three wars colored voters who ware at Plummervtlle, Conway county, on the day of the presidential election amt voted for John M Clayton for oongreus .Sheriff Shelby testified aa to bis effect* to dis*-over the murderers of Clayton. He said hr found a plated near where th* * hooting occurred and will deliver it to the commit tee.    _______ Hilled ta a Railway Aer Id se I- Drxrqrt, Iowa. April 88—Two youu* men were taking a Run day ride whan their horse ran away. The buggy wms over turned nod they "era thrown upon a pile of stones headforemost (Hie of them, William C. >i r*>if. waa tssdly cut ats'Qtth# head, his no*# nearly torn off, and hts skull crushed In He dbl not recover rflnadmi* ness and died a few hours after Th* other young man. T J. Cowan, was hadly cut anti bruised, Hut will recover TH* I •«-•<) I y a pot ted-Fever. ForNTAlV HEAD, T*on , April 80.— spotted fever has again broken out in the i’Umsant filii neighbor!)***! A child of Richard Kirkham. IO mon I ha old, took It last Tuesday and died the ft ll*wring night. Wednesday Mr. Kirkman himself was taken and and died Widnaadsy night, Several new cat**** are reported In all there have Iran eleven easts* and tem (rf th* number have lieen fatal. Michigan's Ll* use Ll iv ase Law. I axel no, Mich, AprU IO—The Michigan supreme court bae decidad th* Micht-gat! liquor license law utHusditttttonal on the ground that the bill ae passed th# leg tstolura wax different ii* wording end prtv vision* from til# bill a* signed by the governor. The HU raised the retail deafen*' li<*Mute* from $3U) to AVX) and was tested try the Brewers and MsUteiV a**--«’tation. Ihial lief Bn Well Together. ST. UrrfJ.-pi h*i. April 80 The Httaaiau naval and military officer* bere ara treating (he us*’ai and military attache* af th# Herman Ktnbassy with marked cool tom* and meditate securiog their expulsion from the clubs of which they ara members The feeling arises from the recent dis covens* anent * he sale of fortification and motsHiiatiig’ plans A Trailer Secretly Shut. Loms'V. April 80.—A dispauli from Vienna !*• The (’hi-avie I* says lh** rh hu.idt, who sold the plans of the Russian fortlfl cations for ( i**i i*talit, obtotiling ieee than ti,Otto therefor, wa* secretly «**•( in th# I fortress of AK Peter and Paul, aud that ' th* B#w*i*p*r' -rara forbidden by the j guvsrtiuir.it to make any HMftiUon of the matter.UH MHM Odd Bitt of News Received Over the Wires. TH* Pope Rewards W Iud! bor st. Ito -in, April SD —th* pop# has < oaf erred th* Order of drift upon Dr Windthorst, the leader of the faerie*I party id tbs (iceman ratehrt *g Htrutt Gas ta lee a Hate-TIU K, Irn , April A) —A ga* sell has been de* eloped here at a doeth of 360 tort that hlo se gravel Mu feet high and ha* a pre*u re of forty pound*. MR. KITSON’S DEuiQERATA SUICIDE. He 1«hp- Stry->-hnln* la It i > t’oflee sad Car* Ic -.ly Allows Hume of the Polson I* Fall Into the Hrigor Howl. Nearly Kitling A aet he# Man- The l’cellona Fredle* Milieu) of a Party of It Halers A Brash for Liberty. HlTU.iv.ion, la., April 81). Michael ll. Kttaon, a retired mi lr oui man living in this city, committed suicide Sunday morning, by taking strychnine. Ile had been drinking hard, and had promised his wife to reform. Site gave him a large sum (rf money to go south on to try to brace up He spent lite money in a protracted spree, winding It up Setur-diy. Ile thai* procured some strychnine and mixed it with bk coffee at th# Barrett restaurant, which he drank- He died iu horrible convulsion*. When preparing his coffee he iqtatte rd some of (ii* strychnine into the ■ i^ar bowl. and when Mr. Barnet satjjown to blk meal he need til# sugar, and was nearly fatally poAotwd. The Nugar was thrown out and licked up by a «l<«g. who shortly afterward expired. A PERILOUS PREDICAMENT. A Party of Texas Hunters Trent by ae In Hilda! Ion. Bonham, Tex., April 30. - A few day* ago part ira from Whitewright, In t * rayeoti county, aud Savoy, in this county, went hunting aud fishing in Indian territory. Before they laHmine aware of their perilous position they were surrounded by water, caused by the recent rise, and tieing completely cut off from high ground were compelled to take to the trees. They mn ta* heard shouting for help, but no one can reach them. They have Immi in the trees two days A rellrif party has IHT here with rope* and Iswta, but as Red river is full of drift-wood and the ewrrent very rapid. It I* doubtful if they will slui ced in affording help. The chances ara ten to no# the entire party will perish FIFTY CHILDREN IN PERIL. TMejr Narrowly !.»« *jm- Cremidl.ia Ie rn High Helmet Fir* . Af’sTlN, Minn., April 88.— Fifty ehildran narrowly es**s|ssl tieing burned to death in the Austin high school. Tile building i aught fire while school was In session and, fanned tty a gale of wIimI, the fiattuM .praul rapidly, The pant I* owe their t-scaiie to the fire drill in arni- Ii the school bas lieer, t mined. They mart bed through the sm*Ai»-niled halls with military pre cist*in and ram lied the ground in safety. The school building was entirely destroyed. Ism*, ISO,UK); insurance. #17,600. A V sr tai I ihi ta th* Practise. Tote iNrit, Ont., April SO.—Martha Mc lisau asked Nathaniel K. Hutchinson for the last time to marry and save her from iLog race attendant upon his betrayal of her, and, upon his refusing, draw a revolver aud abut bim in the head “die thou took a large dose of laudanum aud lay down to die with her Iwtrayer, Hulchlu son w ill die. The girl ie in a fair way to runover.    _______ Am KaraplHg Conv let Killed. Black .Jack, Tex., April Sh—At the convict camp. on tit* Cotton Belt road, four miles north of here. fonr convicts made a bleak for lllwrty. Tie f sera Arad upon by th* guard One ass killed and another fatally wounded. TU# other two •naval. ____________ Hermon ow th* Public Sr hoots. Jot IFT, III* . April 3fi—Father Mc< anna, a rn is* binary priest, preached on the public school system In At Mary 'a church Run-day night Uh* sermon was a terrific ar raignmeut of the system of public edu*‘a tiiR. Me said th* pubite school system produced “Communism, Hts ialtsm, Au archy, immorality, insanity and crime,” wa* “vicious, unjust and unconstitutional,* and attempted to support hi* state men Is by statistics from census and latsir reports Ile said th* schools were ‘do signed by Satan to rob (’hristisrgi of ralig-iou* free* I nm of conscience * He also made a terrible onslaught on freemasonry, 4ilteuor>- After Cesti* (Isnlss. New Yugx, April 88.—It is stated that before many day* have passed ('astir Gar den, where Jenny I iud mad* her how to th* Amene*!) public, will again be the home of music and all th* other pleasure* that go with ti. It la said that Edward CH tenon*, of Niblo's garden, Is negotiating to sempre th* bas# of the property, aud that he prop*saw to tit it up a* a first-class concert gnniuu. In the nAunda them ie to be rauidc, sud im a nuinher (rf lost* *♦ a cloned Just off the dock fireworks will add to the pleasure of a summer evening spent there. legnraed Palmer far Hamster. MT. Uammkl, Ilia., April 80 The lawrence county Democracy indorw d Gen. John M Palmer for senator. Rd W ilson for treasurer, (’apt Frank I lav ti for clerk of the an pram* court. John Burt'Mi for cirri (rf the appellate court, aud J. Nor-worthy, of Whit*, and J Edwin Black, of I awl mr* for rcpreNentativra This non) Inates Sforswi-rthy, as he ho* 88 rotas out of rn ___ Psi nm af Industry. Rkumt, WI* . April 83,—Th# I‘at roil* of IndUNtry have < irganiari seven ssanrtathuis among fsrntera «rf this < 'Minty, sad th*--# a** ■ tat ton* have forme*! a county organ ital i* it, 'hich lias crested a st lr a ne mg th* merchant* of this city by demanding that all go*al» be sold members al a uniform advancr of IO percent. *m the wholesale coat.    ■* B<>uI****** Haiti Is A Oat lag. BAKIS, April nu —Full rat urns show a tremendous falling off in the Bouton girt vote at the rn'I out pal eh-t Iona The result of the i art I glug in looked upon aa a ouugiUt denth-bluw to Buulaitgwn Rig Faltar, to (Tethtng. iJtciatJi, Neb., April *) - Th# clothing rat mfi 11 -hme ut of Cie*.nr# W .Simmons, hen ta** ii clneed by the sheriff The Liabilities ara given At ll 16,ODO, and the aa**U|T6,-FOR SALE. Eight room Frame House, good Cellar, Cistern, Sink in House, Magnificent river view, Lot 50x120 For $1,250. Splendid Building Lots on Fourth street, hs follows, 60x120* $1200; 60x120* $1,000; 63x120, with rock foundation, included* $1,350. Magnificent River View to each lot Thirty acre farm 2 1-2 miles southeast of Brighton, all in cultivation, Four room frame house, cellar, barn, log granarvf smoke* house well, cistern. Will sell for less than $30 per acre. Monev to Eioan.Dorsey & Mn, I Belle street. WUHN EVER ANI) WERK VER YOU SKE|TIilS tm m imps a« 8uti mw HOm ro Mea. Th! MWUtM RIM IHI! TS!0(.MASA •/ /mttattont. TRADE MARK TUON A GTU VB OR RANO! |Yl)U MAY BK/ 'C ERTAIN That it la the' VERY ll RHT article that can be had few* the price aahed.A. L. FLOSS, Third ht, Opposite Hello, SEE OUR NICE LINE OF Granite Ware MOST OOMPXJBTI LINE IN THE CITY.A. J. HOWELL DEALER IN CARPETS, CURTAINS, OIL CLOT US, RUGS, Ac. Olar Prices WILL BE FOUND LOWER-Considering Qualities and Styles- Then lo anv^ other bouse ie Alton, In consequence of the ORE A1 EXTENT of our SALES we are enabled te do Busine** on a VERY CLOSE MARGIN and it is a recognised fact thai we handle by far LA KG KU QUANTITIES OF GOODS THAN ANY OTHER IIOIVE IN THE CIT*. SUHM SUITS. I mn n »w re c v; ig a Urge and vatic I -t-n k of Clytba, in all Ute prevailing ah*•!«*#, far »i|»riorf vn**, wUi*;:i I * „ p*.»ptred to make up in Ui% Most Fashionable Stvles, Gt’AUANTKKlNG    v A Perfect Fit. Reasonable Rates and Complete Satisfaction. H.C. G. Montz. 112 Thirds!. IL A. HOFFMANN No 100-102 Rust    sttoiler irialiar^i!. FirwbwkK Wa i-si iUmI lo LaM Five Years. “QUICK MEAL" (JABOUTS TO VKH, Hvu/ny, (JulUnug, Spewtea^r /Vici# ;

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