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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 6, 1890, Alton, Illinois i TON OMI V TELEGRAPH VOLUME 20 ALTON, ILL.'. TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 0. 1800. NO. 270 TI MSIiTON SIE The Death of Senator Beck Announced in Congress. HOUSES NAME COMMITTEES A IE WORK!‘in " r EN HOURS. t« Dr. J. W. Enos' Sanitarium, ALTON, ILL. DR. KNOR announces that he has established in a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the TREATMENT OF ALL CURABLE DISEASES BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL. IHS experience during many years has convinced him that all disease* pan be managed more successfully in an institution of this kind, under the constant supervision of the physician and with the aid of means not otherwise at command, than when the patients are seen by their medical advisor* at intervals of several hours or dave. The position of the SANITARIUM is high, and the surrounding are free from all noxious influences. It is readily roached by the Second street horse cars, and is near the Union Depot. The building is large, and arrangements are as perfect as is possible frow a knowledge of sanitary science and the 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 patients, in addition to such other treatment as may be deemed advisable. OLA1UUM A LARGE For Sun Baths and exercise in cold and inclement weather, etc., is provided. Bach patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and receives hi* daily personal attention. Now Open FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS. For further informition address Or. ENOS at the SANITARILY, corner ol George and Third sts., Alton, III. To Ai.ipcrlnteiHt th* Funeral of lh.- Prod K< ntik Mmii Th# Arruarr* of lh# I tell IrrvlM €on....l»al<«n ArralKiiMl •>> th* ll>•*■. Th#«<! 'i*- It .im, ..It An ItnliMin. Mon Who AA ill I’rohality H# th# Governor of Oklahoma- W aah I NOTO* City, Mayo.—Th* chaplain in hi* prater, st the ('pelting of the senate, re i erred feelingly to tie- death of Senator Heck Blackburn made the formal ntf-n luncemeut of Mr. Ileok’s death. Resolution* were adopted for lite appointment of a committee to superintend the funeral at I o’clock Tuesday, and the senate adjourned. Til* presiding officer announced the committee to attend the funeral aa follows:    S-uators HI ack bu rn, Harris, Vance, Henna, Dawes, Evart* and Manderson. In the House. In his prayer tim house chaplain referred to the dent h of Senator Hark Senate amendments to tits customs administration hill w ct c non e'Ocurred iu, and a conference wa* naked, McKinley, Burrows and Carlisle w ere appointed conferree*. The houae passed under nusjiension of the rule# the MU authorizing the secretary of war to establish new harbor line# in Portage lathe, Midi.; House hill forth* removal of the United Mate# court house building at Baltimore, Md.: house LUI granting right of way across the military reservation at St. Augustine. Fla., to tbs Jacksonville, St. Augustine end Halifax River Railroad company. The house agr* cd to th*- conference ret airt on the Oklahoma town site MU. Henatwr Hi ck s Ih.tth Announced. A message wa* received from the senate announcing the death of Senator Beck, Breckinridge, of Kentucky, after feeling remarks, moved the appointment of a committee to act with th** -enate committee at the funeral, and at 2 KJ t he house adjourned. The »,leaker ap;*ointc*l Messrs. Breckinridge of Kentucky, Holms#, Blount. Bland, Hatch, WU-oo of Kentucky, Hanks, Dunn*-!! and Butterwort!*, a committee to art with the senate com mitt* c at the fuuersl of Henator Beck. R008EV£LT’3 SHARP TALK. He Arraign" the Accuser* of the Civil Service Commission. Wash I so TON City, May A—The house committee investigating th* chargee against the civil s**rvice Com mission heard : closing argument# Sat unlay. Th# most inter* -ting part of the hearing wa# the re 1 marks of Commissioner Roosevelt In doting he said: “It I# really remarkable that the most rancorous and mendacious albeit singularly unintelligent- malevolence, after resorting to every means to procure evidence against us, has lawn un* hie to point to so much aa a single error of judgment on our cart. Assailed for Executing the I aw. “The simple truth is that w* ars being assailed, not for having administered the law badly, hut for having administered it well. There are upright and honorable men who do not believe in the civil service law and who oppose it on it# merits fairly and openly, hut none of these la to ha found in the rauks of our present accusers. Those who an* now accusing u# hate us for precisely the same reason that a criminal hates an efficient policeman. The l***t tribute to and measure of the work we have accomplished is to he found in the Impotent malice of these men, a malice which does not excite our anger because it is incapable of rousing a deeper feeling titan profound contempt." Alsey af the Clit. * trlknr* Return Work Agal ii. Chica ta, May 0.—Nearly all the worker* w.o weut out on strike along the “.Jack road” Friday morning, returned to work Monday morning, most of them under the e mdition# against which they rebelled. At the Met 'ormick works til* full force reported tor duty At the car shops of Wells, French fie Co., two-third# of ti a 1,700 employes returned to work at the former rate of wages and hours of tailor, I hut it Is understood that a new arrange I merit will he entered into upon the return of one of the officers of the company who , is now In Europe. The employes of the Malleable Iron works are nttlt out, but I they expect to offal-1 a settlement with the : company Iii a day or two In Hie Pl aal ng MIU District. Tile condition of the »trik>* and the strik- I era in relation to the eight hour movement in the planing mill district serins lo la* somewhat confused, and, taken aaa whole, the strike may be put down as a failure. At some of the mill* the met! have returned to work on the old ten hour lioait, at others tits eight hour day with ten hours’ wage-* has been conceded, pending J fort tier negotiations, while at other simp. the eight hour day ha* beet# adopt**! byth* proprietor* and eight hours’ pay has iieeu accepted by the men. The Carpenters* Airths. The committees appointe*! by th# im** carpenter# end the strike!-* finished tlu ir labors at noon Monday. The agreement reached will he uhmitted to a meeting of the carpenters’ council and a wanting of the bosses for ratification, and it is believed that by next Monday or earlier work will lie generally resumed. Th*- principal terms of the agreement ars underipssl to Is- eight hours, a permanent ar hit ration, iiij.il IHS BROTHER. Terrible Tragedy Enacted During a Quarrel. THE RE8ULT OF A BAO TEMPER. Fred lisle Hit* Ills Hrothsr on lh# Head with a AA Ii I met re# from the tweets of AA hleh It# Die* Terrible Wife Murder Committed by a AA'orthles* ami Jealoi S Negro -Cases of suicide Other Crimes. 1‘tTTsriKLl*. Mas*. May A- Frederick Hale, aged 2*. living near Hinsdale, killed I* brother. Henry, aged til years, during a family quarrel, and is in Jail hete. H nry’s horse had cut its foot while plow-,iig, ami Fred aud his father were talking the matter over, when Henry, thinking t ley were blaming him, took up a whlffio-t re and started to attack the father Til# o I mail secured a Weapon ami Fred tn-; rfeml. try lug to pa* ify Henry, hut the .atter grew more eurage*t. He rn iced an axe, with which lie attack'd Fr I. Kl i*d succeeded In gettitig p .-.session o Ute wbiilUre* (Ut I "truck hi* brother .o terrible Moas on the hen-1, Henry staggered into the house, where he fell to the floor nnconitcloua. Fred secured a physician, lait Henry did not regain con-aciousnv-a and dkd at 2 o'clock in the iu miiug. Henry had a terrible temjier and was ungovernable aa hen aroused. HE CARVED HIS WIFE. A Terrible Heed Committed by a AA'orth-l#ss Negro ta Connect leu t. WATI KHt’HY, Conn., May •.-Arthur lie eight hour#, a permanent arbitration, J#ck    co|orad , of Brl .tot, while drunk amu minimum rats of wage* of W'.eenta ^ ^ ^ ^ „ o , c|ock wmtU)ihv Bristol House, where hie sri fe wa# a waitress, aud demanded that she go home. She got an hour. ala Strike st th# Stock Yards At the stock yard# there wa# no* a suggestion of a strike, one large, yo king house "tarting up after an idlei^reemf’>"* days anti SOU mort men asak.-* , ’oy-ment than cvmld la* cared for. Labor situation la New York. Nkw York, May#,—Th# carpenters of this city, a* a lindy, did not have to att ike Monday to enforce their demand# fore! ;fet hour# as a day’# work. At the carpenter*’ meeting hall it wu» stated that SAW la»*ees bad granted the demand and that coly thirty-five had refused. In the late r (la. e tin- men hail struck, hut it I* exjd- toil that all th*- difficulties will Is? cot!led within i* wi-ek. The bo*i#e»rnlth* dbl not goon Minke, their demand* having bs-n complied with. Latest in Beaded Wraps anil Capes. S Blad Cellar ani Pawers NEW BRIDGE AT ST. LOUIS. •I, tag of Latest and Correct styles in Millinerv Novelties. Latest in doling anc Gents - ALSO— Shoes Best and Cheapest —AT THE GLOBE. ALTON, ILL. A Disastrous Conflagration. Gilboa, N. Y., May A— Munday morning a fire broke out in the Arcade, a large wooden building In this village, and the flannel quickly spread to adjoining buildings, which were soon enveloped by them. There being no mean# of extinguishing fire, the whole village wa# at the merry of the flames The entire busine## portion of the town was destroyed, twrnty-ttro building* in all Not a afore I# left in the town, and moat of the stock.* were destroyed. The loos la estimated at from lian,OOO to    out), insurance estimated af about $80,ouu. _ Arguing for Kemmler. Waum KOTOS CHT, May A—Roger M. Sherman attorney for Kcmmlcr, now nuder sentence of death by electrocution, Hp pealed before the supreme court of the I titled State# Monday morning and made argument for a writ of babes# corpus for his client. Hi** argument wa# t»ased db the claim I lint this mode of piinhthuamt la cruel aud unusual. The supreme court denied the haha## corpus, hut decided to hear an argument for a writ of error May ll*.    • Governor of Oklahoma. WASMiJfGTok* FITT, May 4—Ex-€on-g uranian (iorge Mf* Bt erie, ut Marion, Iud., la said to to the coming man for governor of Oklahoma II*- is very popular ami is a man at high character. Dan Hay, formerly af Nashville, Ills., baa pro* pert* of becoming secretary <»f the territory. while Oakum* Th »rntou, who used to live in Gen. Boat * district, Is n promising Candidate for marshal Kut AA orrtrd Over lh** Dwbkw. TiifEK.ii Ran.. May A—Jaiue- A. Troutman, president of the Knnsa- State T*-m peraw-e union, I sanes an address to the Prohibition! cf Kansan in which he agy# ‘The prevalent alarm ooceaioned by the recent original l**»* hag*-’ decision of the supreme court at toe United Rate# ta wholly unwarranted If any banished saloonkeeper think# he can return to Ran aas and run a ialooa, let him try IL He i will soon receive menages of condolence In jail.*    - Two Sluter* Sufbcated l.jr Ca#. Ch ic* Abo, May 4- Annie and Bessie Garlic, aged IT and I* years, employed aa domestic* st a boarding bom* # £*• Blooth II ai* toad street, were found dead in their bed, haring been suffocated by escaping gas from apt in their room which they had arri bu tall] turned OB after extinguishing the flame The girl* were un accustom**! to modern im (»«> cements, and ba*l frequently expressed their fear of the ga# with whit h the house was lighted. Hilly A|)era at Hew Orleans. NKW nm.* AXS. May A—Myers, of Streator, flu . who to to light the local lightweight eh impi and An Iv it wen, ar lived bere Saturday The fight Interesting CrrtMMlM al the Of tile Hrliige for Tram*. HT.    May The Merchants' Tar mirtal bridge across th# Mississippi river Him opened for traffic f^-atunlay Arith imposing ceremonies. Mayor N«s>nan had liesdared a public half holiday for the or casion, and the merchants' exchange, banks, and ninny wholesale ionises close*I ad. noon. In consequence, thousands of people flocked to the soc tie aud I in*** I the river honks for hiorks at each Mid of the bridge. A train carrying Governor Fifer, of Illinois, and staff, with other Minot* officials,entered the hriilge at the cart end, and at the sam# time another train carrying Governor Francis and other Missouri and {St. I>>uis officials, entered from the went end, the trains moating in th* middle of the bridge. Tbs reveal oily ai fhrtstealag. Here the distinguished visitors alighted, and little Josephine Cobb, daughier of President Cobb. of the bridge company, walked to the side of the bridge, and, breaking a bottle of wine on the railing, amid tremendous cheering, waring of flags, and blowing of steam w bisti##, exclaimed j “St I oui" Merchant*' Terminal bridge, I christen thee " Th* train*, then crossed to St, Lamia, and at the bridge entree## nd dresses appropriate to th# occasion were delivered by ex-Govertmr Htonard, Gov arnor Francis, Govtrnor Fifer, <ieo John Al Palmer, and other# In the evening a i banquet al the Liadall hotel wa* given to the distinguished guests. Hpeecbos were made by Secretary Noble, Mayor Noonan, j May Rainwater, ami others. Are Tired of grilling Hoe**, BraixnrtKLO, ll!*, May • —Aa a stop toward tbs solution of th# servant girl question aud toecap# the vexations aud com* plications at housekeeping a number of prominent cit lieu* of t in- amit ii aide are rcuteiuplating a trial of Bellamy'* utopian idea of a common iiuardti.g Iwmse after th# sly ie of “Th»- Roby” st Decatur Th# movers In the scheme *»re sanguine of success and talk of renting quarter* Just south of the < apttol on Ke< aud street. A great dead of interest is manihwtad in the outcome of the movement, and if ancora" ful It is likely a numlwr of organization* t4 Uke character will be formed. Demanded Free Bitter Coinage. Dk va lh, GoL, May 4— At a meeting of the Colorado Silver association held at Opera house block, Hem. n A W. Tabor presiding, a resolution wm adoptoi arg lug “up»n our senator* and represeuU tj\t« In congree* to stand Ann for the free and undiminished coinage of silver on tbs "ame terms and hast* with gold, and wa call Upon th# Farmer*’ Alliance* all over the country to join us in securing Its pass •**-" - Cardinal Gibbons Y’lslts New York. llALTtMoitK, Msy A -Can I Inal Gibbons, up and dressed, to avoid a scene, and went home. PTrst he mode hee hold a light while he killed his d >g writh an ax, then Arith a razor he began cineration" t*o the woman lie cat her throat horribly so she cannot live, on many vein** and aperies are Metered, I Vaiden cut tint off several of her flngers. Hut for the arrival of a neighbor, Jai k Ki-’i, who found the man kicking the dying woman, he would probably have cut her into pieces. Jackson hail saturated the room with kerosene 'ill and was evidently Intent on burning the house Jealousy Is saki to la* the eau** Jackson Is a ne’er do well, whose wife had to sup {tori herself. AV ss the Del live Poisoned? FtvMAT, Ohio. May 4 There is a gins! deal ut excitement here over the sudden ami my*terious death of Detective lieury .*"11ickier, who at ttie January to:rn of court, "ic is del in having indictment* found agal net .i„*iit prominent c tiseris ac tile pritu’ijail* in iii* celeiirate,! Oman rot* b ry, which uerurml on Feb, i, Htrickler ha" brl} tx*tssit. <Uy warned to leave the st at a, liut refused t** do #o. Do .'satunlay moridug he was taken "erhmsly til, and Sutwiay uiorning he died in great agony, with every evidence of hi# having liven poisoned, A drtectRe named lame, who was Unit employed on the Otnnn roie hery can*-, died somt* time ago. very much I in the same manner as Htrii kler, and It Is now belk*mi that both men w*-reptteooed. The xtiT'lerer of Cia) too. I, TTI I V H<s K. Ark . -Ala) ti In the ( lay ton-!ln*ckin ridge investigation James Hater, th# man suppuaed to have dia-uwrod the murderer of Clayton, told his story, impliiating Thouuo* Hooper as the raur derer. James Hooper oorroburat4*d much of the evidence given by Hater During Mrs. Hooper’s examination she • Ie tiled ever having heard of or having met Hater, Hereon, while in the presence of Itov-ernor Eagle and ot liers, «aw Hater Hat ar •lay and greeted him as an old acquaint anc# FOR BALE. Eight room Frame House, good Cellar, Cistern, Sink in House. Magnificent river view. Lot 50x120 For $1,250. plendid Building Lots on Fourth street, as follows, 60x120, $1200; 60x120. $1,000; 63x120, with rock foundation, included# $1,350. Magnificent River View to each lot 8 kought a Mysterious Duel. Atlanta, Ga., May A —On Thursday man registered at Folsom’# restaurant aa J. M, Howard, of tit Louis. Saturday an other man cain# and registered as M. J. Goldman The tw*. went to a radii In a few minute* two piwUd slu»ta weix* h»*arl Howanl was f*»un«i wusinded in tin- how cb and shoulder. Goldman had fl**l The w.atadc*! man refuse* to talk exie|A to say thai his rani uame is K. H Skinner. Ile may die.    _________ SutoMe bjr the Gas (tout*. Xkwamk, N. J., May 4- James Dunn, supposed to be a compositor from New Hav.-ri committed suicide in the 4loud Bristol in this city, Re hired th# room for two days and on retiring prated paper over the key bole* and creriera at tin- doom and windows and then t limed on thr atm He left a letter Maying he was tired of life poi....I Floating la the Lake. Mn.WAt KKR, Win, May 4—The body of Charles Dietz, a school teacher, who mysteriously disappeared front his bom# in this city April 4 wa* found floating in lite Uke two mile* south o. Hi. Francis It is thought he committed suicide. He barre a aa blow and four small children. Jumped lata the ( klrsgn River. Chic AUO, May 4—A stylishly dressed man, about 58 years of age. committed slit, id.* by jumping into the Chica®# river. lib body was recovered, aud in tit.* |*ocket# were found a gold watch and chain, two empty pocketImmAx. sud a card hearing the nr me of H. L. Walkley. Mu Ie id# of a Farmer. FtlKT, Mich., May 4—John Hear raft, a DAI-IIM u »fo    A*.    ------- ^ riel Iii. .Til* II. I    ii,    bVMM    *»««*«    Iintv, m accompanied by Mr Joaeph J. D Ikauv healthy farmer reading five and a ball hue and a party of New Yorker., who game hereto esc<»rt hU **min«nc#to New York, left at RHO In the morning In a si**, tai ear. The cardinal will attend th# opening of the New York immigration fair, and while In New Y'twk will I* th# guest af Mr. O’Donohun.__ Died of MU Injuries. Bizs*Mlnoton, 111., Msy 4—R C, Graham, th# sGs-kman, at Mexico, Mo., who was injured laid Tuesday night by being strut k by so Alton pra-enger tram in thla city, iliad Sunday night He was a prominent Mason, and bb remains were escorted to tbs train for Mexico by a deputation of Mason*. Wasts ••0,000 far His Aru#. Lima, Ohio, May 4-John J. Him*, yard foreman at the lake Erie and west.ru rail na!, who wa." thrown under a switch engine some time ago by the step tweaking aud his right arm cut off, ha* sued th# coni {tan y for iwu.twti damage# A DI* Mend for AYorkreea. CIX IN* ATI. Ohio, V ny 4 Proctor A Gambl. st horydalr. h*v# distributed has -en i 914M7.M7 among t heir employs* I hb is tponed two w<. k> to give Mje*» tim# I a semi annual dividend on their wag#* of Thirty acre farm 2 1-2 miles southeast of Brighton, all in cultivation. Four room frame-house, Cellar, Barn, ( ! og) Granarv, Smoke-house* Well, Cistern. Will sell for less than $35 per acre. Money to Ilioan, Dorsey & Maili, SII Belle street. ! Buckeye Lawn Mowers. To Honseltoepers. Hast) Burners Stored Through tho Hum— mer Months. PITTS & HAMILL 315 Bell© street. A. J. HOWELL DEALER IN CARPETS, CURTAINS, CLOTHS, RUGS, &c. OIL -o- p-jstpone* to perfect bb training. l»H p#r cwnt. mibs cast of I’Ro, commltt«*d suicide at au early hour in the morning bv iuuiging him-*'if to • tm* near th. house No chuse b h st,.'I tad for the deed. Hr ac raft was UA yeai * ><f a-»* Failure of a Wtofswl# (tank. lfiLWAt'KKF, Win, May 4—A special to Th# Evening Wiaconidu from Berlin t Wini say# iii# private isuik of < Jiarles A. Mather fit Co., ha# closed it# d.s.rs, the Arm haring nuni*- an assignment lo Joaepu Yatra James M Hawley, th# junior mmnlvr of the house, has disappeared. Th* a#***!" are plac'd at til,OOO, aud til# Rain iii ira at llufl.oOfi._ A •■'AN,OOO SlsliU Horned. PMII.APBLFHIA, May 4—Th# stable of George VY, ('hiIds. at WtctflB, valued at $l&,<Kn was «le>tr< }«*l by Are Rumiay night. The coachman and groom were slightly burned whiI. lr) iag to save the contents at UM stable.    _ A Letter of Thanks. New Yon#, May 4—The woman suffrage part)'* date com rn ll Ga* has sent a wand letter of thanks to Charles Stewart i artwll and the Irish (tarty in parliament for presenting a btu Jo secure municipal •.til rage to av m»n In Ireland Our Prices WILL BK FOUND LOWER-Considering Qualities and Styles** Tbaii in nnv other house in Alton. In consequence of the DUE VT EXTENT of our NALES we are enabled lo do Hii'iam on a VERY ( LOSE MARLIN and ii it a recognized fact that we bandle by far LARGER QUANTITIES OF GOODS THAN ANV OTHKR HOI SE IN TIIK OTI. i [iii I Ll "S Most I am now nRjeiving a lar^e and varie i stock of Cloitu, in ail Ute prevailing shade#, for Spring Suits, which I am prepared to make ap in tits Fasliionable Styles, GUARANTEEING A Perfect Fit Reasonable Rates Complete and Satisfaction. H. C. G. Moritz. 112 Third st. gslsl*    ISG". KC. W_ ASBESTOS JOHNS' ROOFING niU3*PROOF. m»n lifer In re! by s> (sr tbs I    ta s.l cihnatre. era _____ „    sal/stoat hag ss mu*" _ ti a 'tul’kyU* rad du-crifiUw* pm* U*ljrt* ty <hjU. H. W. JOHNS NFS. CO.. RO k 242 Randolph St., Chius# Mew lurk. pblladrlphla.    l    ondon. -    Hols    MseufM-'arc'-- <.f »». YA'. JOH *#• L.qni.t PstsU, Aerates FtrePreuf unto SkesthUiZ", Hut id tar Mu, Alraun surai ‘’ac sings. Buist Goreriags, alc.    _ VCU ABKATON MOC I.KED PMTOB-RfMB I’iCKWU R11UK. CAlKBTN. ITO. KOB SALK BY W. ll. WAYMAN, Carpenter and Builder, No, I**# First st tJ AUoii, 111 ,    niti jabs

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