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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 22, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON BAILY IR A PTI. VOLUME 2D. ALTON, ILL., THURSDAY EVENING MAY 22. 1800. TAW BILL PASSED. Mufh Confusion In the nous* of Representatives. THE PREVIOUS QUESTION DEMANDED. Dr. J. W. Enos' Sanitarium ALTON, ILL. DB. KNOB .nnoaoc that he hM eeUhll.hed In . building purebred for th. purpose a HANITA RU M for the TREATMENT OF ALL CURABLE DISEASES. BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL. iii* pzoerienoe during many year* has convinced him that all disease* nan be managed more successfully in an institution of this kind, under the constant nu m*rv ii. ion of tho physician and with the aid of means not other wi«e at command, than when the patient* are seen by their medical advise at ^*T^jeVpoaitIoii5 of 'uIJ'h AN IT A RIUM is high, and the surrounding are free from all noxious influences. It is readily reached by the Second street horn totoSS?SiSTK-tnRement. are as perfect as la pooolble from a knowledge of sanitary scienoo and the require menu* of ^‘^"7)0^16*; Electricity in all its forms; Oxy (feu and its oompoundH, ‘ a rp, ll) \n a Massage, Inhalation, Nursing etc., are provided as may be r« <uirrn > I a 5tnhl,> addition to such other treatment a* may be deemed advisable. A LARGE SOLARIUM For Sun Baths and exercise in cold and inc lement weather etc.,l“ Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and receives daily personal attention. Now Owen IGR TUR RECEPTION OF PATIENTS. For further infor natian address Dr, ENOS at the S^NlTYKIuM, corner of George and Third att., Alton, III. The Vote on the Third Heading and En-(rownipnl of the HIU BniHi In a tote of l ea* tell, Mar* HS -The Amendment InereaftiitK Hie liutf on Yarn Made of Jute Defeated by J net One I irt*~ Atllos on Other Amendment*. WahhiSctow CITY, May ai-After the presentation of * memorial from the Man ufallurer*' club, of Philadelphia, wkinn for th# paiwmo* of the McKinley bill, and that it Ko into effect thirty day* after ap proval, the house went into < ommitte* of the whole on the tariff MU, Grosvenor of Ohio In the chair, linker of New York offered an amendment providing that all article* on importation into the United r>tate\ whether embraced In the free list or otherwise, shall lie ubject to and pay no lee* rate of duty than ia or may be imposed by the country of export on like articles imported from the I ulted States. Anderson of Kansas opposed the amendment . saying it would place it in the power of the Canadian government to regulate the United Ktates tariff. Butterwort Ii of Ohio also op|>o*ed It, say ing it would wreck the interchange of commodities between the Uuited states and every other country and would work a great hardship u pon the people. He regretted that the members of the ways and ad valorem. The bill, ss amended, provided that twice the duty should be imposed. This ballot resulted in another victory for the Democrats, who. with the votes of several Republicans to ald them, polled IVA votes in the negative against 143 in the affirmative. The Republican* vot-log against the amendment were Ander* son of Kansas, Comstock, Doillver, Donnell, Klick, Henderson of Iowa, lacey, IJnd, Owen of Indiana, Ktruble, Taylor of Illinois, Waddill, and Wilson of Kentucky. A nuttier of Republican* sat In thi lr seats and refused to vote. Wants to Recommit the Hill. All amendment providing that all manufactures of silk, of w hi' b wool or the hair of the goat is a component part, shall be claasifted as manufacturer of wool, was agreed to, 155 to IYH. Republicans voting i train* t the amendment were Feather*! one, Henderson and Kerr of Iowa, and Taylor of Minni*. The vin, gar amendment waa adopted by a vote of UR to 138. Carlisle then introduced a resolution to rtcommlt the bill to the committee on ways and means with instructions. The tariff bill passed the house «A 5:15 p. m. Yeas Its, nays 143. Mr. Coleman, I>mUian*, Republican, voted against the bill BAE MILLION WANTED.| FOR SALB. Presbyterian Board of Foreign Missions Need Money. PERPLEXED BUT NOT IN DESPAIR. Mena!* Peitd-dlng*. Wasmisotox City, May aa—In the nmate Wednesday the resignation of Sergeant ut-Arms Canada) was presented to take effect Juue SR. After routine business the consideration of the silver bill was resumed and Ute wart addressed the •enate. The (>#b.r»l Assembly Petitioned to Devise Some Mesas of Assist a ase Marvellous Iteswlta of the Boat A's Work In (Kina snit tivss-The Haptlst “Annl-«• rsary*' Ie I hlca^* -Tke First Day * Hesston A I hnreh Kspalsie*. Saratoga, N Y , May 33,-The time of the Presbyterian assembly In the morning wki occupied in bearing the report amt r commendation* of the board of foreign mission#. Dr. David J. Durii'l, of M n-n a; sd is, chairman of the banding com-* iii tee, read the report. ’I tie total number o missionaries now in the Held I* 57*1, T *e work In China was especially encouraging. notwithstanding Die relation* 1*“ tween this government and China. 'Hie result Is Cores Is almost marvellous. Th. t usurer’* report was of a 1**“ cheerful Eight room Frame House, good Cellar, Cistern, Sink in House. Magnificent river view. Lot 50x120. For $1,250. Splendid Building Lots on Fourth street, as follows, 60x120, $1200; 60x120, $1,000; 63x120, included* $1,350. View to each lot with rock foundation, Magnificent River GLOBE Guarantees Prices. means commit tee Itad taken up all of tin-limited time of th* house with amend- i meat* to the exclusion of that free confer cace which was necessary. Brewer of Michigan attid the time for delate bael been frit tem! away by the other side. Farqubar of New York protested against the protection given to barley. The Pre. tons Question Demanded. For fully half an hour bebite noon the house wa* In the greatest confusion, ami when, one minute before 12 o’clock, McKinley yielded the remaining time lo I rank of Mtovmri, the excitement (swam* so (.real that the noise was almost deaf ernng. and Frank’* voice could not be beard six feet from where he stood. Suddenly, out of the hubbub arose t he clear, loud voice of McKinley calling:    “Mr Chairman' Mr. uhairnianf Quiet reigned in a moment, and the Hepublit’ao leader called the attention of th* chairman to the fact t hat ta o'clock, th* hour agreed upon for the flirt vole on the bill to be tnkeu, had arrived. He moved that the committee rise and report Hi* bill to tho house. This ceremony having liven per fnrmri by th* chairman of the eon im it tee al the whole, Grosvenor of Ohio, Hi*;aker Heed recognise! McKinley, who, iudelib-crate tones, demanded the previous question, and moved the third reading engrossment of the bill. DB wlon we m inded try Bland of Misuari, and the tjieaker, after counting, declared that 133 had voted In the affirmative, and 12* in the negative. Then the jess aud nays were demanded by McKinley. Heading lh* A mend meats. The speaker announced that the yea* were IAI, the nay* 148. Coleman of lxmwi hi,(. and Feathers!nt» of Arkansas, Ite- publleans, voted with th# Democrat# against the adoption of the motion Unto Serworth of Uhi-», and Adams of Illinois, refrained from voting. When the result of the ballot had been announced, McKin Icy anHe and asked the gentlemen of the minority to name the amendment# offered by the way* and means committee as they were read, on which ballote were desired Carlisle said that the minority desired vt,tee only tm tho*# amendment* which made increase* of duty. Tit* clerk then began to read amendments. When he nature. Hie maffia of the board from all sources during the year were ITM.'ff', a : d eressp of *f>H,74W over last y«ir and o #1(17,01*1 in 1887. Deficit carried forward > Ut the new year #80,375 OS The number of churches contributing t* H7-n, a falling off I of thirteen. The contributions of the worn 'n’, committees and Sunday school* HORRIBLE METHOD OF SUICIDE. ur,. the deficit from Iwlng t v, a larger. 2 - „    ..    .    *    Money Had Iv Needed. A Young WMH Tie- a Rope A boat Her ^ bnt ODOg ^fon has th# board I Neck and Jumps Off a Tesla.    been so encompassed with trouble. Some j Cist Big AT I, May 22.-A special to I be |bj||< |D||(|t [m ,luo„    money. Tliere Evening Post from Hamilton, Ohio, sa)** ann and will he no retrenchment. (Her A young woman, whose name could not be |]itiMJ,0(iU is needed for the cerning ptt. ; learned, purchased a ticket for Uincin- . We are perplexed, but not lo despair: natl at the office of the Cincinnati H amli ! cast dow » but not destroyed W •Pf*™ ton and Dayton milroad in Chicago and th# assembly to devise    , l».ariled the vestibule train which tell 111    tak'eT    hi all the chun he* some H W p m. Shortly before midnight she    |u jU|K, or october The ntnder- * [in mIu ord two bottles of a dusky and drank ^ ^ requested Dr Crosby Ut take the from them several time*. Finally she got platform. The assembly rose and stood up and went out on the rear platform, while Dr Crosby off. red a prayer lh-, balk a rope from under her cloak, fastened Hu nil I then made a stirring address ta one end securely to the railing of the car support of the recommendation* of the and tied the ot her end around her ne-k n ,„ir* He was frequently interrupted by and Jumped off. Her abseil*** was noticed i applause Rev Dr bl left wood, one of the and a a* arch made by the trainmen. Her m., retarie* <»f the Umsrt. folia wed Dr. Bur-dea*l body was found lying in a pool of r|||, ll, Ibought th# Presbyterian chun ii water and bbs si near the track a abort j * * trying t*Mio too many things with one diet an'a fron Monon, lad. There was aolteetfcxn. Dr. Alexand r .rf tto pr<*by-nothingonher person which would lead ary of New Yolk, and Mr. Jessup* niis-H bar IdeftBty, but the passengers say ti *< dmwrjf from Syria, also spoke. Th# re she WM evidently a young lady «.f n d mw jK>rt wa* adopted. men!, and that -he probably drank the I    .T".    .v    ^........ whisky to nerve ber to that p*dnt of sui- |    ( vpellii Ir.w .he «**"*• I Nash) Tenn., May 24.—At the se* “    ’    .    .    ...    *iou of the general assembly of the ( urn- aertet *eeM ai Bteewteeiem HL I ,R,rUnd Prctxjrerian churrh In Unton BlitogiN'ttTog, IU.. May JE— Itev.    1    ^ jndlflfiey committes* reporU*<l on ©rick William dampett, recior of Christ t|„. c-i, of Mr* Ward, of Kan*a*City, Episcopal church, Springfield, and Mi** M««., w Im had be on tried for heresy in tar im,i Cornelia Ewing, daughter of James 8. presbytery and by the *> nod, i de Thirty acre farm 2 1-2 miles southeast of Brighton, all in cultivation, Four room frame-house, Cellar, Barn, Cog) Qranarv» Smoke-houset Well, Cistern. Will sell for less than $35 per acre. Money to Loan. Dorse! & im, I Bi street. ADJUSTABLE WWWW SCREED. Ewing, of this city, were married at Sp rn. at bt. Matthew’* Kpi*-opal church, the ceremony being performed by Bight Rev. Bishop Si yuM ur, of ilpriugfkld. A retep-ti*in folio weft at th^ bom® of Un bride ■ ivirruU, and anioug t h# gueeta were 3U> from other cittern. A swslal train from Springfield brought Bishop Neymour and wife, Governor and Mrs. Fifer, ex-Dow* amor Oglesby and wife and id* uthera. Mrs. Farwell a* a SpeeMlalot. PiuLAbki.PIHA, May Bi.—The master iu tit# case of Edward I*. Stewart, admin!* trator of th# rotate of Els# Charlotte I Smith again*! Delia ___T.    S.    Parnell,    orders    ^    ____ that the Mil he dismissed and all coala be rx, ri.y*a of th* reached that increasing the duty on plate, the Democrat* called for a vote. B,.f„re th# result wa# declared by the speaker. Kerr of Iowa. and Thomas of Wisconsin, Republican*, who hail voted with the Democrat* against the iucreaae. paid by the plaintiff* Th# suit w*a brought ta recover U.M8. which Miss .smith had given Mr*. Parm-ll to sp*' ul*te with. The master finds that Mr. Parnell imt 12.840 in speculation, and tl.8ff« wa* ymid bark to Mi* Binit h in installments. in both of 1 which she wa* ooudemnsd. >he sppeah 'l her ruse to tl»e general assemMy anil ma*ie a speech in ber «Udeu*e in th* morning. ! The charge against her is that she be . ite#«a ana teacbea that (.corge bch wet u- j forth, of R**'ktord, 111*, I* de**#(‘brist, a* he abd ma, Th# committee recoin- , mended that the former decision* I* st- j firmed and that sh# be expelled from the church.    _ Un,OUI* In I. on vent Ion. Ult IC AWO, May iii.—The uatiotml Bap tis! "aunlver»ary ” •****' M olneslay morn- I lug st Immanuel church, every *c^ oa the floor and in the glib rte* »s*lng flllcl I The session wa* devoted to the sun un I American Baptist Pub- j Strong, Light and Handsome. F its any Window. The Cheapest Respectable Screou in the Market. Oiled or Stained. For Sale toy PITTS Sc HAMILL. 315 Hello st. Alton, ill. A. J. HOWELL tis- j and accordingly dismissed th# case. changed their vote*. Und of Miunoeote another Re; ttbl ic an, *imounc#<l that he Heat ion eociety. Rev. Tbotna* A roiling*-. of Ne* York. th# first rice president, wa* called to preside Committee* were ap- j pointed, after which Rev. Benjamin (irif- , lith road the report .rf the hoard .rf manager* Th# financial i-tateim-nt shows; Asset* #*75.302 77. liabilities. 327,804.14; 1 capital -net aaeete -1847,4> IR. ti Hater -- of Oar fleta's Remains. NKW Yon*. May 38.-A special front that DEALER IN THE GLOBE Guarantees Goods or Money Refunded. had voted for the amendment under a min apprehension, and therefore changed hie vote The *i* aker then announced that « the yeas were IN', the Baya 143. Th# Fir** Democratic Victory. Applause from the Democrat* greeted the announcement of this vote which came an m ar being a Democratic victory. But-ILIV Kila. ll.nd.r«® ■< I--. K»l-ley. Mason. McComaa, Mud.l aud Taylor of Illinois voted with the Democrats When the ways and means amendment making vain mad# of Jute dutiable at 55 instead (rf a) per cent was read, Carlisle H -k ©d for a Vtrfe. It was explained that by a t yi*«'graphical error Jut# yarn wioi made dutiai b in the bill At *> per «*nt when the ways and it. ton* coml hi ti**- bad intended thai it should he dutiable at ri per o»*nt The Democrat*, however, decided to take ...Ivantage of th# error and called for a vote. McKinley called for the yeas and oats ami the clerk -.tarted on the S monotony of a rollcall. On this amend-! Blent the yea* were nay* 144, the first I ttemoci't'to victory. Democratic applause I greeted the announcement of the vote. The Republican# who voted against the    . amen daunt    And. r* *u of hinaaa,    _    ,    ta- Kelly, Lind, Taylor of HU THE GLOBE Has a Larger Assortment and Complete Stock. HENCE! You owe a Duty to Yourself to Call (KYEH ARU ARON) fit til© GLOBE. TTTT .T~> EHJFIAND Invites You All Feat he rut one, ----- nm*, DoHavea, I-lick, Heuder».»n of Iowa, Lacey, Snider, Kerr and DunndL    i Another AiMeedeseat l»efeat.d. The next amendment on which the I Democrats a»k«d for a v.rfe, pr.wi.led that" of .amel# hair be taken flan th.* fraa lint ami made dutiable a* (hint ria** wools. The amendment waa gRopted yea* 143. nays 13* Henderson of Iowa, Bt rn hie «>f Iowa, ami Taylor of lilinoia, voted with Hie Democrats, A vet# wa* nl*o d.xdred by the Itom-jcrat* on an amendment t * jasragraph «Xi. which prt> eided that on w-aden aud worsted yarns mad* wholly or in part of w«>ol, " onto!, toe Lair of th.- camel g**a’. alpaca or other animals, valued at not mere than » cen** per potmd, the duty shall *•# *wlc# the duty Imp.-sri by th.- Mil on a pound of anwasl.wi wool of th* Hr*’, cia**, aud In addition 85 per oeut. ad vm.>rem. Th# amendment provided that the duty ^houW b* two and a half time* a* great On this qu.wt tit the yeas were 1^7, and the Rte* U8 Messrs Anderson of Kamas, llendor-I eon and Kerr of Iowa. Lacy. Und, Htruble ! *1W| j   I Uh nob., Rapuldlcaaa, voted with the i hrtara tats. Ha. a wether. A yea and nay vol* wa* uk< non an amendment to Die wool schedule to> pro- rid*» that on wool#** or worst * I •doth#, fabrkw aud monufiutureH made part of wool, the hair of t valued at not more than .th od, the duty par pound shall the duty imper<©1 by th* bill on a pouud of unwashed wool of th* third cia**, arui In addition 40 peres*!. KiMrrfftrl to lwl#4l* Orang#*"*. (X tx ton, 111*. May »-The fsrmers of thta county hava been cheated byon (4d    __    .. swindling    *cheme. quite equal to    tbs hay    , Cb-vela od. Ohio. to lh* Herald says I," k    J!    ~ul    !..!». of    WSI    , l»fur. .I... -Art MftalX th, dresaeil aud volublk ageuta go through the „f „„ J>r#aldeut Uarfleld wore removed to ne\\ territory for    a    pat*ut    , armorial *• rn tnr* it wa- <»jm ne J In order to quiet f.rtwwr th# rumor* at*>nt th# body not twin* in th* casket na body was fun tut to br in a gird state of I pie* rvatioa, awl could be easily recot* nise.1. The hair had somewhat fallen oft from the forehead, hut the beard had growa fully two Im hee Th# eyes aud mouth w*!* rinsed, and til.- feature# wine what shrunken but perfectly white. They    J ha.kwl ae though a light frost had fallen    j upon them. Veer 1‘rwliae Live stock. M a KAH a LU Mo., May 22.-Th# only caw of a triple birth in the history of th.-equine famllv Mturrel bere A flu* br.*ai mare belongtog to ^ llliom baru#* of this city, dropped three colt a They ar# small, but I all are alive and dolug nicely, ladng p#r-j ft* tty tor mo I and a# lively as cruketa. I,t vt RNK, Minn., May 84.—A cow bo-longing to a Norwegian west of this Iowa, t has Just given birth to five calve# Tit# J calve* ar# but Utile larger than doge, bot MW all alive and frtaky ___ Wilt Make Ike Amuwwt Hood. Jfcrr*t:«»x City. Mo.. May ’A— F.x fhrr. i ernor Morehouse was in telegraphic com* I man lest bm with ex that# Treasurer Noland’s bondsmen few * long time Tues.lay evening, tlubaequently b* bad a cooter-mm with Governor Francis, and at its cm.lim ion slated that the amount of Mr. belaud’* defalcation would be mode go<id t,. th# stat. Arrangements hod been enniphried, he said, for the fall amount of th. ti.-at#y to be paid over to the present Th ut sou) next. CARF ELS, CURTAINS CLOTHS, RUGS, Ac. OIL townships and _ wire fetuv and a machine for making the same. The farmer Is guaranteed big profile, bat the gTiarantee and the agent van lab Into thin air, and the note, discounted at a bank, boa to be paid___ sinews*# is ossia. st. Pai l, Mlun.. May 41 -Clifton IDJ den, convicted in I ted wo. si » all* county for the murder of Frank Dodge In No-vamhar, 1*88, has been sentenced by the governor to be hanged somewhere in that, County on the morning of June 27, atrarw daylight. Holden’* com baa attracted a great deal of attention on account of the many appeals taken and the effort# of Binny of hii    t4>    with    to# governor In hi* bebait. Hulldosers Flail aud Kenteaeed- NKW*, Lo., May ti The I'lmwe Democrats Brookhaven, Mias., syw.did sa*#: Eight of the I .incoln county ImlMoisn were convicted at the term of u«trt ut horsewhipping and thrvateuiug a white I woman I hr- of the tedirtil were trial, hut the nfher Iff were fitted HW* est. h and aettteu.ed ta lite county Jail for three months. Our Prices WILL BE FOUND LOWER-Considering Qualifies and Styles- Tftsn in aov other house in Alton. In consequence of Ute OHE AT EXTENT of our SALES we are enabled to do Busine** on a VERY CLOSE MARGIN and it is a recognised fact that we bandla by far LARGER QUANTITIES OF GOODS TUAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE CITY. HE? IYJ! IHI C IO I am now receiving a knit wind!* or ti animala, cit cent# l*er pa be ti tee time* They Resaw* Well *4 k»|UaA LoKDON. May lk-Kl»boe*te prepare ( Mons ar# making for the coming axhibl-tion In aid .rf th# fond for th* survivor# of tin* teutonnu. who## memorable cbargf again*! th. Romano at Balahlav# <»#t. 25. 1854, wa# one of th* «i*«t danttg . aval r\ onal iugbt# no nc» «i and at tit# saw* time th# must disastrous to the attack- : tag party _________ A Chi##** nerd##. Caic Alto, May 'A-Michael (    a lafiorittg 11ten wo# hot **#1 t natantly kilted al##** I o’clock i th* moratag in a dismdcriy hou*e «m Nitteiy find sireat by Henry Martin a negro The tragedy wa. the relit .rf a quarr ’ Th# murderer wee raptured by the polio# rBer a titter houri chase-    ___ —— Ok* lle«,i#»*t*#m LshDtta DBT noir, Mich , May ti -Bolly I foul Carlisle, h.trn in New orb in 17*. died I here Monday, bb* rem#sabered very distinctly Gen lafayette * triumphal visit I to thiatstunlry.aud '«*« baity wa* kissed by and trotted on the kn»-o of Gen ^ aahing-ton. prnedwew* Chteao* l*hy»l« la* Dead. Chicago, May 28.—Dr. William H. By-ford 'tan of the oldest aud beal known phy*i(."tau<. in Chicago died at 3 o'clock Wedm-aday rn .ming. Th# eau** of th*. death wa# angina pecVorte lits doctor | was 7* year* old. tesnsmi llMMgtea Tee fluid (or Mint. 1/ .non, May M A w*althy widow ti lad Knight baa Da overed if.'MJO damages in e suit against Dr. Louis Kngel, formerly rnu»ical critic of I he ijmdon World, for the aeductlou of to r daughter The offense was committed iu \ senna, vt brrr tbs laities bath cupper with KngoL During the meal l^tge! drugged Mw# Knight s wta«, and alter ah* hod rots red tottered her mom Engel wa# formerly Mio. Knight’s music leacher. It ally l#| lh*' Irish Yota. I^.sivtg, May rn- Burnell, speaking at a m<#'tiuK of NsthrtutlUt letgipjrussday argil that the name of man -shmau in Ki glnud ha pUi»d «P" * th# voting tmfia-L r ll. view • the fa< t that a general elet-iluit la I# a. e at auf am (neat. (tool hmm 11 n wilders -Kni.i* the teal#. ClVCIXHhTL O. May 24 —Ten of the leading builders have Kilned the ad'ame kjrIu iltLLYihltkl tjy flit? ituU^ niiiD^i, Md about -too .rf th* strikers rssumsd wort Tnssday lar^e and varicl stock of Clo*hi, in all the prevail Big" stiadca, for goring Suite, which I mn prepared to make up in the Most Fashionable Stvles, GUARANTEEING A Perfect Fit Reasonablt Rates Complete and Satisfaction. H.C. G. Moritz. 112 Third st. ACRES. 'sij^aOOFING wikmra. sal «*t* smy steal ksrf ss art H w JOHNS Mf fi. CO-. 240 A 342 Hliiftlpi St., CfciCl|A new vork. rhUodMnhia. —"" TT, rm‘ — .    n- ssatSKH ary   .....— Kin sale by    . W. IL WAYMAN, Carpenter and Bwlder. Nu, IS, Fiivtt 8t(i Alton, IU. ■ ;