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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 21, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH.  i'ar(J\1 E  ALTON, ILL., WEDNESDAY EVENING MAY 21, 181)0.  NO. 289  Dr. J. W. Enos’ Sanitarium,  ALTON, ILL.  DR ENOS announced that he hen established in a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the  TREATMENT OF ALL CURABLE DISEASES.  BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL.  Hi* expericnoe during many yearn has convinced him that all dineasec can be managed more snooessfully in an inHtitution of fids kind, under the constant nupervision of the physician and with the aid of mean* not otherwise at command, than when the patient* ar© soon by their medical advieers 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 reached by the Second street hora# can, and is near the Union Depot.  The building is large, and arrangements are aa perfect aa la possible from tknowledge of sanitary .science ana the requirements of such an institution.  Electricity In all its forms} Oxygen and it* compounds; Baths, Douche*, Massage, Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided as may be required by patients, in addition to such oilier treatment as may be deemed advisable.  A LABOE SOLARIUM  For Sun Baths and exercise in cold and inclement weather, etc., is provided.  Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and receives lib daily peraonal attention.  Now Onen  POR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS.  For further information addrest Or. ENOS at tho SANITARIUM, comer ol George and Third its., Alton, III.  GLOBE  Guarantees Prices.  e in nil  GLOBE  Guarantees Goods or Money Refunded.  Roger Sherman Before the Supreme Court.  APPLYING FOR A WRIT OF ERROR.  THE GLOBE  Has a Larger Assortment and Complete Stock.  HENCE:  You owe a Duty to. Yourself to Call  OSVBX AKO UUD)  ext tile  GLOBE.  HILDEBRAND Invites. YOU All.  Proralurut l‘»r«(m*Ki.» Present In th** Court K<ioni to IU mr th!* Argument. Allianced Agalite! F*##»»tl«»»i by I" I retrial ty—I)!, int on In rn Feeulior Potation UWM! Kiml. Mal by A .nut ant NrrnUrjr  —Cit. l.nli' < ongratalated.  Wakhinoton CITY, May UL- Th* application for a writ of error In tho « Aw* of Ketnnder, tinder wntcnce of death by slectri< icy, was heard in tho nu premed rtirt of the United Ste bis Tuesday. Boger M. Sherman, counsel for Kennnler, who made I In* np|il nation, app anal for the condemned murderer. He baaed hit* argument on the fourteenth amendment to the federal constitution, which provide* that: “No state shall make or enforce any law which atlatl abridge the* privilege* or immunities of citizens of the United Status; nor shall any state deprive any person of life, liberty or property without due process of law," and on theeighth amendment which provide* that “cruel and unusual punishments shall hoi lie inflicted." Every •eat in the court room was filled, but there wan no crowding such as prevailed Monday wheu Ute case was to have linen heard.  Ex Attorney General Garland, ex Sec re tary Bayard, several senators and repre sentatives, and Attorney General Tabor, of the state of New York, were within the liar of the court.  A Cruel and I nu*ti*I Penalty.  Mr. Sherman explained the circum stances in which the writ of error was brought. “We aiguille," he said, “with entire conflder.ee, that the determination of questions whi< h the decision* of this oourt have left open will not tie reached In this case upon the present motion, hut upon the return of tis writ and in due ooursc of law. ’ Mr. Sherman contended that the infliction of death by electrtcity was cruet and unusual, and. therefore, without dtie protest of law. He held that the question what, in the stat# of New Y ork is a cruel and unusual punishment for the crime of murder, is one of feller ai oognl/ame under the fourteenth amendment, although it involve* the co*»«t ruction of the Mate constitution, and th# supreme court is at liberty to differ from the court of appeal* ujmui It.  Tile Pawer af the Warden.  Mr. Sherman also held thai the warden of th# penitentiary at Auburn was given too great db* ret ion by the law. It con fern* I upon him a power which ii ad here U lf ore is in lie I) confided to the court. He contended thut th# effet t of the four Leeulh amendment was to fix the law as It wa* in I**id, ami to prohibit any change by the states which was then unusual, because cruel, or which was not of the nature of men- remedial and admi nisi retire proms. Tile provisions of the New York ft atule for solitary confinement, for concealment of th# day of death from the prisoner, leaving its determination to the warden, he claimed w ere not to be sustained by the common law, hut were in violation of the fourteenth amendment, Heath by Electricity.  In discussing the question ss to the oom-psrali e humanity of the electric current aud the rope, Mr. Sherman held that the electrical law gave the warden no discretion in the matter of the application of the electric current. Ile was obliged to continue the current until the criminal dead. The wan I en might use the current for a vu«| if necessary, until it killed U had lieen shown that not electricity, hut a series of nervous shocks, was to cause death Mr Hherumn gave a limn ber of instances of the Infliction of death by electricity to show that a man would not lie instantly kill»*t by the application provided for under tin* New York law He believed that if a current of electricity wet * cotitinmmdy applied to Kemmler it would be diffused over hi* surface. The MSI ult would undoubtedly be that, to an extent, the criminal would become part of the circuit, ami that his skull and skin would lend a resistance to the current Tbs supreme court reserved its iW-dsioa, , and adjourned until Friday.  HE WAS A GOOD SOLDIER.  llwoUlnn In S I’i utluR I sue Iii mien**! by Autist**! Secretory Bassly.  WA«ltIJ»!Tt»s ITTY, May ti.—Assistant Secretary Bussey has rendered a decision In a rather peculiar pension case. Henry C. Bird, late of the Ninetieth Pennsylvania volunteers, was drtfkd Into aer victor a term of nine mouth*. Laming of the illness ai rn member of his family, Bird deserted and went borne, where he was subsequently arrest.<1 and brought bark to his regiment. II# was tried by a c*mrt-martial and sentenced to “completo his term of sen u#." During the Wilder* urea campaign Bird eMtnu1«d a pension aide disability.  Mr. Bussey*• Haling.  His application w as rejected, ho merer, on the ground that at the ti un* the dis ability was contracted he was undergoing e sentence Imjs wed hr a ooort martial and was, therefore, not in line of duty. From this decision an appeal was taken. The assistant secretary find* that Bin! was a goo! soldier, served out his term of enlistment, was regularly paid for his services and was honorafdy discharge I Ho oob-clndes that he was unquestionably in line of duty when the disability wa* incurred, and, therefore, is entitled to a pension  I on*!ululations for Osrllst*.  WasHIKuton CTtt, May IL—Mr. Car lisle made his appearance in Hie house Monday aud received congratulations frau both sides on his election to the Benet# prior to th# death of Senator Bock it wa* arranged thai Mr. Carlisle should open the debate ou the tariff bill for the Democratic side, following Mr Mi Kl alay When fob ft hr# \vi*h the remains of Senator bu t Mr Carlisle especteii upon bis return to Washington to close Hi* deism*. hut bis election to the senate has Induced him to change his plan*, and It ie not his purpose now to speak in th# house un the bill Ii# will contin ne his duty in the bouse until th# bill is dre|«re*d of. He will thru assume bb nee .bitte* la the senate nod will iLubtio** deliver to the •Minto th# BJ**! i ll intended for the house  Bled *f His I ajari#*.  BT. Pail., Minn., May til.-William Lwkntupf, of LD lagsUm, Mont., died at th# city hospital here from injuries received in Chicago ou the evening of March I He kept e large store in Lrtngston, and had gone to Chicago for hi* health. H# was drugged and robbed in the tough Marion of that city. his WBHlrob*, jewelry I end IUD in money being token from hitr#  PRESIDENT GARFIELD’S I EMAINS.  Quietly Iti*mui ##t from th# Public Vault ta th* VI ii it ti tu rat.  Cl.rvn.Aim, Ohio, May *l.—‘The remains of the lot# President Janie* A. G-r field wen' quietly removed from the public  vs (lit iu Lake View cemetery, to the crypt in the Our Arid monument shortly after midnight Monday night. The secret removal of th# ramaiu* was In accordance with th# a bd# *# of Mrs. (J ar field, who was opposed to any demonstration or abow. It wn after id o'clock midnight when a part) of gout leu) en, emulating of the Hon. Amos Townsend, chairman of the commit tee on arrau gem# ii ta for the dedication on May .HU, I«wii. Jato#.* Hamel* and Harry A. Garfield, son of Ute late president, look a carriage from a down town hotel end drove along the famed Euclid avenue to th# cemetery.  Im th# Crypt.  As they entered the habitation of th# j demi th# feeling of awe at lh# death still ness that reigned was common to all The party drove direct to the public vault, and the heavy doors were thrown open and the bronr.c casket containing the remain* of the late provident could he seen flickering light ahed by the lanterns.  vault  Doings of the Presbyterian Assembly at Saratoga.  BOARD OF HOME MISSIONS REPORT.  Two Sunday Schools Per Day Organised Daring th* LmI Tear—I rtVetlv* Work of the Women’s Executive <■ .intuit!#*— Th# It#Vinton Question Still In It* Preliminary Slag#— Methodist.# si St. (amis In Favor of Prohibition.  Hahatoua, N. V., May ill.—Tuesday morning'* amnion of the Presbyterian assembly was occupied lo hearing committee reports sud listening to prosy addresses. Til# reports, with a single exception, were promptly adopted without debut*, and the assembly displayed more impatience than at any time situ* it convected. The eooi mitt#* on bills and overtures reported an overture from the presbytery of Pbiladtd In th# phi* concerning the celebration of the fifth na. It eemi-4x#ntennUT of th# adojdlon of the  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, Re follows,  60x120, $1200; 60x120, $1,000; 63x120, with rock foundation, included* $1,350.  Magnificent River View to each lot  had remained undisturbed In th# vault Wee!minster conf. askoi The committee since WHI. Four stalwart nu* curried th# recoin mw ut* th# assembly lo refer th* remains to a hens** outride, which was in mutter lo the pa a-presbyterian council readiness, and the onskst was conveyed to when it meets in IWS Adopted.  the monument aud deposited in th# erypt. The uew sepulchre of th# martyred president is accessible to all. A strong railing will t#e erected around the casket to prevent any on# approaching nearer toil than ten feet.    _  Attempt ta Assassinate a tile I.  Hot 8 PRI mux, Ark., May kb—Three miles from this city while out hornet .ack-riding Miss Florewe McKeogh was Ami on from ambush and one of the thou from a Winchester took effect, passing through tile hack part of her body behind her dionlder* from left to right. Th*# wounded girl bravely staid hi the amidic J and putting the whip to her bor* rode at full speed three-quarter# of a mile to a farmer s boose, where* sh# fell exhausted. J She was takeu into the bouse Her right arm is paralysed aud she can hardly numb Rh# is a daughter of the late M Mc i Keogh, who wa* for years city clerk. Ah-In well known hi Memphis and iii Wash- ; (tiglon City The would-be assassin I* still at large.  Jeff Davis’ Will.  NKW YOUK, May *1.—A certified copy of the will uf Jefferson Davis has l***n flied with Ut* probate clerk here by Edgar M. Johnson on behalf of bt* testator s e*e«*u-' tors, who ara his friend Jacob I'. Payne, of New lirl cans, etal his »o*s-in la* J Adlib* ai ll ay**, Jr., of Colorado springs. Odo. They drain- sn-ti.ary letter* tesla mentor}' for the purpose at pushing a claim held b> Jefferson Davis agon int ll Appleton A Co., th# publisher*, which U in coutnivere.y. This claim Is th# only property belonging to th# estate to th!* I st ut#, and arise** out of the publieatioo ol memoirs aud reminiscences.  Th a I tibia* Wha I Mil the Mousy.  Rassa* City, Mo , May *1.—Judge Rd wards, of the Cole county circuit court, bos ordered the grand jury to IntroUgafe th# charges of smhsnlsiBsnt against ex Stat# Treasurer Noland, rte said it woe commonly known that Noland had lost the state’s fund in gambling, aud he in st meted the jury to di-nover mid Indict the gamblers who hod won the money. Due of NoUud'i* ••ouilsiu-ii stat#* that the bondsmen have agreed to refuse to pay the ex-treasurer’s deficiency. An attempt will he made to collect the amount by legal proceedings.  “Original Fnekag#** Jota!*.  Torte KA, Kan., May ti.—Th# sale of original pock ages Is fast becoming an Im portaut Industry In Kansas Three mure agencies were opened in this city Monday and preparations are mode to 'ffxm two more Ho far th# sale Is confined to beet lo case*, kegs, and three bottle lockages No attempt Is mad* by th* auth..rules to interfere, and the concerns are doing an immense tm sinew* The number ol drunken persons before the pollee boort i» got increased ami the rity is as orderly ; and quiet ae usual.    ___  A To* of auto Pee Month  Uikuxotux, biwa. May 21.—Ob b re-oom mend ail on from Mayor Du Beau tbs city oosndi passed an anil nano* placing a tax of |5o s mouth upon all plans* where * liquor Ie saki ta this city There ore now shout nighty of these pisces, tad th.  I revenue is to go Into the city’s general I fund. Th# action was sdvWd by th* city  1  attorney, and I* th# result of the recent de cist un of the United States Supreme court j  A (llvhtan Asked For.  An overture from the presbytery of olympia asking th# division of the synod of LulumMs and the organisation of the synod af Washington, comprising the presbyteries of Idaho, Washington OI) utjpia end Alaska, was appro veil by the committee The report was adopted after desultory dine mod on In which It was shown that th# object of the dlvts ion was because of the vast, territory embraced In the present synod. With regard i to iii# overture from th# presbytery of Bis I march on lotteries th# committee report# that the Presbyterian thumb denounce*. ’ the various influence of lotteries and ah other form* of gambling, etc Adopted, t A memorial of nitnistcni and elders lo Oklahoma asking to be pl sew# I in the pre* bytery of Chick ass w the committee ap prows*  Hoard af Home Missions.  Bee ll. ft. Liltlr. D II. oi Texas, read the report of the board of home missi.ms The beard ha* organised two Sunday Beholds per day d.triug th# Inst year end every wwal day a church. This w rn* accomplished at an average cost of HUO per minister. In New M< tleo sud Tex*-many Bornan Ca’, •tole'* ire joining th# Prssb)tcriun church. Til# work of the women's executive commute#'during the year wa* especially effective It ruined th# susi of e-**i..ii.i. a# ag* sun    mined  b) ill th# xhlXthca The committee re ported against the overture of th.* pres by p ry ut M*gjon. svinm) of Obto, concerti mg the r# tfl! of Senoia utmo iv  Tits Que*1 ion llei Utirn,  A mot iou wit* mt.de to adopt and Bet William Irwin, D D , of New Yt*rh.one of th# airm|K«ditHt secretaries of »h# board, pf. needed to address th# as.wiuMy tm th#  ■ subject. TI.# report was adopted and a rwcMi taken until V:*ti p. rn Tile question of reviskm I* still iii It* preliminary Mage ; The committee on methodsof changing th# const milton will i <>tn# In with Its second rej**rt Thursday morning, when the de bate will be renewed and, it is expected. will tie more to th* question direct than the debate already had The committer wa* In session severs! hours Tuesday morning wreel ling with th# knotty adopt ing act problem.  Thirty acre farm 2 1-2 miles southeast of Brighton, all in cultivation. Four room frame-house, Cellar, Barn, Fog) Granary, Smoke-house* Well, Cistern. Will sell for less than $35 per acre.  Money to ILoan.  to? k Mm, I Me siree!.  ADJUSTABLE BMW SCHEEN.  Strong, Light aid  Haadsome.  Fits auy Window.  The Cheapest Respectable  Screen in the Market.  Oiled or Stained.  For Sale by  PITTS & HAMILL,  315 Itolfe st , Alton. 111.  WHITMAN FOUND GUILTY.  TK# Troubles •# th* Jolt*! t tarijsiMi Ko! Ta Faded.  Joliet, HL, May ’ii 111** council ol clergymen and laymen of th# Baptist church In this city Monday was attended by shout fort) delegates. A delegate “wa# present from th# Uhnrlottetown church, i and mueli #vkienor damaging to the Rev Mr. Whitman wa* iutreriunod. A sr»m-mttte# wa* appointed to draw ap the And lngs of the council, which were unani nutusiy against Mr NVhitman, sustaining th* sx ttofi of th# Charlottetown chursh in It* trial and expulsion of Mr Whitman. fln<Ung that he wa* guilty *4 th# charges od good evidence that rem id not be viswsd od th# hypotheais of bls innocence, and recomnuMidlng that its Anding be sub mittod to the Aurora aa*wtatloo to deter mim Mr. Whitman’s eouieoiastlcai standing. It la a great victory for th* dissent-lug faction against Whitman.  In Favor af Prohibition.  ST. UCA May ti. -In th# Mcthoillst Episcopal general confereure Tuesday th# eommtttoe on mnperanc# preaeutod a lengthy report in favor of prohibition It oajs ’We are etuphaUcally a prohibi Hon hureh We stand out squarely and ... ...ri.    I    th.'    whole world, certmnty to th*  « . - . . n u!l it tv iv,*    I    "vy    »t>d    for th* Burt {girt in practlee, tor  (iKKX.M»Hi rn, Pk, Mal *1. T.^ Ito     tkr     suppression of th# liquor  deriy, J. K. By rn* and Fetor V\ is# were    W#    are    opposed t.. si! forms of  acquitted *f th# charge of Kg.splraj.-y pre j |t <Tril *. f <>r  this ini juity. whether th# sam# furred by th# Hon. Edward Callaghan, of    j    ^    or low.' ” Th# rapist woe ap-  Hoot)dale Th* cass was token up at I p    ph.tided    aud th# vol# to adopt was mum  A. J. HOWELL  DKAUKK IN  CARPETS, CURTAINS, CLOTHS, RUGS, &c.  OIL  on the “original package" question.  Our Prices  WILL BK FOUND  LOWER-Considering Quali.ies and Styles-*  Than in any other lions* in Alton. In consequent)# of the GREAT KXTKNT of our SALUS we are enabled to th*  Bu .in*aa ou a YKUY CLO,SE MARGIN and it is a recognized fact that we bandle by far  L ARU BR QUANTITIES OF GOODS  TUAN ANY OTHER MOUSE IN THE CITY.  rn . given ta th# jury at 5, and a verdict returned at A Th# walla were pla.ed on th# county. Mr Powderly st*ted that Im would not safer suit agam»t Lei: »gban on any charNA hut in tora would ton# the man hts sympaihy ^  Hr Drltidrd Ik# TmImm.  New Yon*,, May ll.—Nearly 900 Get mans, of Newark, N. J., are believed to have been swindled by a canvasser who prof nosed to sell them HUO govMriuueut tmML im th* inst*Un#*ut pisa, arilli ehaace uf large earns In hua-igu lattoriss. lf an installment was missed all paid woo lust. and when the victim bad ranched fU* or |W6 th* collector ceeswl to 0*11, aud all paid Im* besa literally forfeited,  Stiver Found In Hew Jersey.  .Dusky UUY, N. J,, May HI,—Tlaf ettl a ns of lies-antrin#, Atlantic <aunty, are greatly eieSted nwtladlS'owy of what is supposed tat be a valuabi* silver win* The min# is toeated si a hi I three ut ti wa sh-re* PU/, -ant villa att th# Hue of the heeding milriMtal Expert# who bare sway#.I san#  lea say the ore will ftay ta* work. A shaft iieen autik atamt twsnty-eighS toe! with omxMifagto* {»r<<greea  Kirsrk tor a Staa-Uusr Day.  Bi rrtut, N. Y., May ri.-Bet ween Am and TU© Unhat mill hantis sMrtS#h Tues day moraing for a nine hour day, the mu-ploy en* having decided to refuse iheir de iu aud. later aboat HW of Du* strihere returned to work. th-dr mills laving graatad them the nine bour* ask**I fur,  1‘artfylai Asblaad. HI*.  Asti I AVP. WI*., May a1 -I Ak** Superior sporting psopl* are being driven airt of Asblsud tb# loot wide! p n town in •*’* region Hrsry day dartns most of then going In Tower awd Itolnth. Minn  cr  iUloUS.    ______  Illinois I onxr. gstlonul Assoelotltm.  Euitt, III., May ii.—The ITeuerol Con gregatlonal ansocisthm of Illinois opened its tort) seventh annual ulcering ai the First Congregational chandi Monday even log. The sesoton will k si ti uue for three days. Nearly SUO ileh-gnte* «r« present. ; H#v. Dr. K T. WIDimms, of Chicago, preo. twl til* raining semi'.u. The coo-veutioti projH'r up* aed Tu< alay morning, Nev, J. Eilward Heilly, of Dundee, son , duet;nr the exercise*.  I r»l>ably Ctobbled by J*) I..mid.  Kkw York, May At a meeting of ' the *#•' <nd mort ga t* bondholders of the intirnato.nal and Greet Northern railway Mon lsg Chairman Huosevclt nun*, .need th .t h# was authorise!! to offer HO per nut of Hie face value for th# Kind*. The bondholders present, representing to.uno,OW) in  1  bonds, wereslmiet uuai.iuiou* iu agreeing j to the proposition It was the general tmpnm*t*rn that the unknown bidder was Jay Gould, sui that th# deal ie In to# joint Interest <4 th# Missouri Psclfla, and Kansas and Texas raiiwajw.  The Mtonewds <M»«#n*or»bip.  Si. PM L, Minn., May -I.—It L said that at s nmfereoce of Uifluentinl Iieiuocrat* in m. I'an I riot i ted ay it was agreed to support the Hon Thomas Wilson of Winona, for iii* nomination for governor. It is b*-llsv.-d by many that this render* Mr Wil-ms'i i iiiiaatlou extremel) probable.  Lawyer Reyewld* Heel.  NKW Yottx, May *1.—lawyer Clinton 0. Reynolds, who was Simi in his office st Kl Walt street last Thursday morning by young Al phones J. htcphani*. d*#d at I  I  ii  ii ii  IM  I am now  prevailing sha<lea,  receiving a large ani vario I atm Ii of Cloths, in all Ute for Spring Suita, which I ain prepared to make up in til*  Most Fashionable Stvles,  GUARANTEEING  A Perfect Fit,  Reasonable Rates Complete  H. C. G. Moritz. 112 Third st.  and  Satisfaction.  KretabgsbeS UBS.  XI. AAT  ASBESTOS  jo II INT S’  HOOFING  PATENTED  nnsrnoor.  This is lh# I arteried for.n *f Tsfto>d* Haoftnrm ret tnirtv rssre; lssdapn-4 for S*s Sa StoreSrre* a rat. Iv kro -kl l r sn»ki.i»l warkswr. sod Orel*  ufkctared tar tu tar lbs climax#*, i  r.uitx tn *1 ( amy sImmw heil ssana'b  rretlinriT j™-, tm  rn,    ald    JucHptitt    yrnot    tut    fm by maU.  H. W. JOHNS lire. CO.. MO t M Rudolph St., Client.  New York.    |»tilli»cl«lplxl«.    I    oiidon.    ___Bota    Manufacturer#ut ll. W. Jt*ll«a» iJqstd Psiatx, A*tastes Firer#«!  Oat* ©besit; in**.    K.    A»f**lo* BtSSU I’sUusg*, U>Usr Coxwiugx, eta.  VITH All t:*TOB MOI' I OKO FISTOa-lt id I’ACK IMO KtMUa. CASK IPT*- WTM.  BY  FOR SALK  S'W. H. WAYMAN, Carpenter and Rudder.  oner tD th. T.-mhfc    \ 0 .    IS,    FlfSt    St., AHqU, IU.  mlDta'fW   

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