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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 23, 1890, Alton, Illinois DAILY TELEGRAM*. VOLUME ALTON, ILI,., FRIDAY EVENING MAY 23. IH90. NO. 291 Dr. J. W. Enos' Sanitarium, ALTON, ILL. DR. ENOS announce# that he has eati-Wished in a building purchased (or the purpose a SANITARIUM for the BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL. A LARGE SOLARIUM UNTow ODen FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS. NO OII HOOSE HUT IHE GLOBE Guarantees Prices, I other House in Alton hut THE GLOBE Guarantees Goods or Money Refunded.' Important Session of General Assembly. the THE SPECIAL ORDER OF THE DAY. Report of tl»«» (lorn iii it Dm on Methods of Efc tlsj I bontee* In tho Confession md Const Hutto) Adopt <"«! br. fretbj Offers • Ft rv»nt I’i»>er to God for th* Ke*till —l’*»I»g tho Hay for R<» l*l>>*»-~ 1‘etnts In the Debute. HaKATCmia, N. Y., May SS.—lo the Pre* byterian assembly Thursday morning Dr. Kiieelmid, of Han Francisco, offered a ret-f >1 ut ion that tilt; special committee on pub- ■ lh at ion be continued another year in orth r that it may meet anti confer with the reference committee in the matter of the hoard of publication reporte; aliso tentier aril and the vice president declared the rn attar referred limbo tiff la Disorder. Rev. Dr. liurch, a colored Baptist of this city, rosa to protest, but the chair man declared bim out of order There wa* such a chonta of “Hear him! Hear him!" that Hee. Mr. Armitage wa* forced to put a resolution permitting Rev. Mr. Burch to speak for three minute* from the platform. Tile colored preacher declared he protected against th*’ peremptory action taken, and protested in tile name of a quarter of a million of negro Baptist*. At the conclusion of hi* remark* a net ion to adjourn aa* put to tho house by the chairman in spite of opposition, and the meeting broke up in disorder Items of Interest from the tional Capital. Na- THE PROCEEDINGS IN CONGRESS. The Ms! hoi!Ut fonfereane. St. Lh im, May SS.—The Metkodist Episcopal genera) conference Thursday confined the consideration of the report of the committee on missions. Tbs principal point of consideration was the motion for appointment of two additional nee ret arle#. After a lengthy debate the conference ap|tolni«d two additional secretaries, making three in all. Reformed Fresbytertaa Che reb. PlTTSlH Ko, Pa, May 23.—The general synod of the Reformed Urea byte nan ehurch ooh vaned here at to o'clock? Th urn-day morning, He*. H, kl. Browntail, ai Connersville, Dis., acting as moderator. Delegate* were present from all part* cd the country. The senaion wa* taken up with effecting an organisation and other routine busine** THE BENNETT SCHOOL LAW. Want of His experience daring many years ha# convinced him that all disease* can be managed more successfully rn an institution of this kind, under the constant superviaion of the physicist and with the aid of means not otherwise at command, than when the patient# are seen by their medical adviser* at interval* of several hour* 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 horse can, and is near the Union Depot. The building is large, aud arrangements are as perfect a* H possible frow a knowledge of sanitary science and the requirements of such an institution Electricity in all it« forms; Oxygon and its compounds; Baths, Douches, Massage, Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided a* may bt? required by patient*, in addition to such other treatment as may be deemed advisable. For Sun Baths and exercise In cold and inclement weather, etc., is provided. Each patient Is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and receives im daily personal attention. Far further information iddresi Dr. ENDS at the SANITARY.I, corner of George and Third it*Alton, III. a*v how * an crooiit. iv d. lag * vote of thanks to the spe< ial committee for their faithful work during the year. A down comm!-,-loner* clamored for the iii mw. A motion wa* made to strike out all of the resolution except that part returning tlmitk*. It wa* defeats! \vf aroar of nay*, ami Dr. KwsUnd’i resolution wa* adopted Til** spednl order of the day wa* the report of the committee on roeth-ads of effecting chang**! In the confession and constitution. Steed Shell Ider to Shoulder. Dr Hobart#, of Cincinnati, rcml the report, and addressed the assembly in it* support. He said section 6 of the report wa* a compromise. The committee wa* a unit on that section a* it stand* Throe mode* were recommended by which the change* in the constitution might »*» maile Section 7 is practically a recognition of the adopting ait and provide* the shortest possible method af amending the doctrinal constitution. Dr Roberts saki the committee was practically a unit on j the report. (Great applause.] In the crit leal time* the committee had stood shoulder to shoulder (or the good of the church, i “I ask nothing more, brethren, than, with the church of (iod in your hearts, you adopt this report and send it down to the presbyteries a* one iii an ' Dr. VMI Dyke Quote*. Dr. Patton, of IMnceton, said then- had been mutual concession without surrender of opinion on either side. Dr. Van Dyke, of Brooklyn, said “This report la the result af a compromis* of opinion—not of truth. It Is a j-eaoe measure and it cleam Urn way for a ( uservative revision- not a radical revision, as I have been falsely rw ported a* - tying of the eon (canion.' He closet) by quoting: "Theft I* a fount about to stream. There is a light shout to gloam. There i* a morning twilight broadening into 'tay Men of 11,.eight and in -not action. Men of tho'Khi and men of action. Clear t»»e way.” A Solitary ‘‘May.** Dr. Patterson ao heartily approved the report that he didn t think an explanation of his position neons**ry The quertion of adiation ess put and brought out a prompt And emphatic yea. To the question of the contrary there was a solitary “nay" from the rear of the church. There wa* a shout of laughter, then a storm of hearty, long-continued applause Whilst the assembly at4»n! Dr Crosby offered a fervent prayer ai thanks to (hid for tho result. and when the amenably -at down again it looked Uke Mrs Feist wig—“on* vast, substantial smile." This vote Mettles lite question of tile adopting act and pave* the way for revision. Omitted from the UH. Dr Patton read th* report of the committee on canvass of overtures to the presbyter!#* on revision. Whet* Dr. Patton finished reading th# list of presbyter!*-* which objected to any changes that Would affect the system of doctrine, Dr. Van Dyke said t hat Brooklyn had bren omitted “They can't int Iud# u* among the radicals," n marked the doctor sot to v* »oe, aa he resumed hi* seat The example w as infectious and Jersey City* Morris, Or ah gy, idaho, Dayton and a do /cli other presbyteries were named Ivy anni iii laaionrr# as having hart! omitted from the list. Th# moderator requested the eommls*< »nera wishing to make changes to meet with the committee. The report wa# received ami referred hack for correction, and a recess was taken. Thereunder Falls for Subfttanltallty, Jerri:Kaos, Win., May JKL—William Wendt, (’baris* Moods, Mrs. Moods, and Fred Keller, of the town of .Sullivan, were before Justice K re I ie* Wednesday after-noon on complaint of th* school board of district No. Sol His town of fckilltvau for failing to send their children to achoo! as required by tbs Bennett law. IMstrirt Attorney VV. ll. Rogers, of Fort Atkinson, appeared for the prearm-lion, and (George Grim for th# de fend ants. It was shown to • the Credential* of Cal via a. Brise Placed ob File In the resale—The Houae Takes Up the River awl Harbor Appropriates Hill Is Committee of the Whole- As Otgsetlos tins Chil ion Member* to the Fss-Asaerirsn Conferenre. WABWHffiTop ClfT, May *18.--'The credentials of Calvin 8. Brice as senator from Ohio for six years commencing March, IfiPl.were presented in the senate by Payne, read, ami placed on file. Conference com-mitteea were appointed on the I Hstrict of Columbia and pension appropriation billa, abd Daniel took th# floor for a speech on the silver hill. lie claimed that the Anan elal system of the country wss out of Joint. The currency wa# insufficient in volume to maintain trade and was Irrespective of th# law# of trade At the conn!uslon of Daniel’# speech the amate took up the naval appropria lion bill. Is the House. I bio iud from th# committee on centile, reported a bill to th# Im ms# prescribing l<e: tai ties to auy supervisor or enumerator of the census who shall receive any fee or pay other than bb regular compensation from the government, and it was passed Conference* were ordered on the army ap-prnpriati n bill and the military academy WH. A bill appropriating |WU,068 for a deficiency in printing and landing wa* palsied, ami the house went Into committee of the whole upon the river and harbor appropriation WH. POR 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 s* Jj^ws^y5 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, ( j og) Granary, Smoke-house. Well, Cistern. Will sell for less than $35 per acre. Money to Hioan. A MATTER OF PLATFORMS. el & later|>r*t st Ion af Nation*! Deelarailoae Dlw-iiM.ll la the Senate. Warn I koto* City. May<3.—After Stew art had completed his speech on iii vee tort*** ll -va, “-""‘J- to I*-„.l, W« iId.Mii,, during which be court that th* board, in establishing the * .. . „ compulsory peri.-l of sixteen week*, failed I **‘ l that Uh currency had bren con- ADJUSTABLE WWW SCREEN. lo u*e the word “con "em ti vt," omitted the word# “private aa well aa public achoo!" in it* notice required to Isl given prior to the l*,t of Feptcmber, ami faHid to give five days' notice before commencing prosecution. It wa* further shown Dint there w as »t iii a sufficient time More the expiration of the «cbool ye ir to admit of compliance , q,* with the law . In view of three informal * tics the court dismissed the traded ami it* value enhanced so that people could not pay their debt* “in the money iu which they bad boun «-ontract * sd,” i*laU alloted statistic* slew ing that there had lawn no <contraction of the cur rency under the art demonetising sliver Stewart ref* fred to the silver plank* in party platform* of Brtfi, whereupon Plat ut the ( ruins Murderer*. Nr.w York, May 2*.—The Tribune’* Chicago sj*-Isl say*! A disjiotoh from J ,lid. ills, SUI## that a report Ie current j that despite the recent exposure of the “underqrocmd route* between th# Cronin prisoners and tlieir outside friemls, the secret communication has bren restored, , and ll,(RD in one sum, besides many smaller amounts, hsve Wn smuggled Into tin* prison for purposes of bribery. The story is said to have leak**! out through a Cronin prisoner who feared a renewal of the punishment lately incurred. _ Blair wanted to know w hy the senate had Bot passed h’s school bill if the platform# Of political parties were binding, (laughter.) Farwell saki that aa a member of th* commit foe on resolution* at tie* ‘ Im ago convention his interpredation of th* silver plank won that the party wa* In favor of silver money at the market price ai ell v«r. Strong, Light and Handsome. gold I.iqnor to Indian Roys. Dovlestowr, Ba., May *1— An Interesting case of furnishing liquor to t wo In* dian boys wa* tried before Judge Yerkre Tuesday, Th* prosecutor wa* W P. Campbell, an agent of the Carli*!# Indian achoo). The testimony wa* that Joseph Doan, of Yardley, sold liquor to Ralph X*ltn*y and Peter O. Coted, two indian boys living with farmers in lower Buck* ooh Qty, The defendant wa* convicted and re n ten cod to pay a fine of 11,000 aud coat*, and undergo an imprisonment of six Dc>uth* In the Doylestown Jail. Woald Veto the HUL WashisoTos City, May 28.—A western aiemlier of the house who visited the sec ret sty af war and President Harrison reported at the un pi to! that the president would veto the river and harbor Mil if it should be passed, and that the gton fids for the veto vt od Id he excessive provision* In t)»« Mil. The president believes that , large appropriations for pension*, public j building*, and various Internal Improvements will run the aggregate tor the *re aion up so high that the revenues of the government would uot stand tile appro-I priation* propoeed by th# river and harbor MU. F its any Window. Tho Choape8t Respectable Scrcoa in the Market Oiled or Stained. For Sale toy PITTS & HAMILL 315 Belle at.. Alton. IU. Km Away with th* BUL TbkNToW, N. J.(May ti -Assemblyman Trier, chairman of tin. committee on municipal corporation*, went away Monday, and the Newark elevated railway btu, r ------ which has been under dhwuasion before hie j erument as far bark < Milan Hr mb* re Object. VV ASH I SGI OX City, May 23.—The New York Herald’* special say* that th* Chilian member* of th# pan American con fe reno# have filed their formal objection to tho compulsory arbitration treaty adopted by the majority of the conference. < ii ill favor* International arbitration, bm regard* compulsory arbitration as Im practicable and dang#roil*. It is also pointed out that the l ulled 8Ufos gov ‘ a* I (Ct* committed H A. J. HOWELL DEALER IN committee, can not he found, aud it is la* lie red that he ha* run away with the hill. A resolution wa# adopt cl instructing the sergeant at arms to produce Trier before the bar of the house The > .Dicer started for Newark, but it ie believed that Trier Ie outside the "tat*. self against such a principle. Chill also maktw the point that the recent conference had rn. authority to adopt treat lea CARPETS, CURTAIN CLOTHS, RUGS, Ae. OIL Oxx.1* Prices y <.u*bt Over a Load (Tat**. Bt til hoc. I. T.. May a*.-Two negroes fought a duel with Winchester rifle* neat Kingfisher Wednesday, F.aeh laid claim to a quarter sect iou at government land, anti in discussing the merit# of their case* Had Hut look for Vt heat. WasmixuTov city, May JA—According to advice* received at the department (rf agriculture, the outlook tor the wheat crop in southern Illinois i* very lad Th# weather bulletin tor th# last week shows that the temperature ii** been onsiderani v balow the normal and tliat ti.c rainfall ho* I wen above the average Tbs un favorable weather baa also delayed corn WILL BR FOUND LOWER-Considering Qualities and Styles' and in discussing the menu or tneir cases nranuae wwaaw **■ they 'swam* engaged in a quarrel and lie- | planting In mum section#, while in others - - *—-*— —i*w wi-j.- I th. planting i* itrugre»sir.g slowly. gan shooting at each other with Winches tors One of them named Motte# received a bulletin the heart and dropped dead. The nam* of ids slayer, who escaped, is unknown. _ Mew lait Indignation De So*.elhiu*. to, Pa, May SR—A special to Til# Timm front AUiaoce, 0., says John bbewfran. (rf Homeworth, near here, wa* r< uwd fn rn hi* dnmto re the « th. I night x , by a howling mob of Whiled apa. They !K-1 (ji, y find several alioth, one taking effect IU find severs! -"hots, one taking effect IU tUxandrla Shew fruit *# body. The mob then fled. The Frestdsetlal Festmaster*. WxsiitXUToN CITY, May SHI- Th# president has sent to the senate the following nomination* (rf po*tmu*tere; Iowa—Harvey H Hopkins. Kasha*; J. I* Whitney, itotg.-, Michigan N. J. Davie, Berrien Spring* - . J. H. Kidd. Ionia; H C. King, (to <*l» Kansas W. J Puett, Newtou; I T. « . ugitou. Sedgwick. K. W. Evans. Sou Ut Dakota—Kolaert Doit, Than in anv other house in Alton. In consequence of the GRB AT EXTENT of our KJUURS we are enabled to do Bu vincas on a VERY CLOSE MARGIN and it it a recognized fact that we handle by far ARBER QUANTITIES OF GOODS THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE CITY. THE COLOR LINE IN CHURCH. THE GLOBE Has a Larger Assortment and Complete Stock. HENCE: You owe a Duty to Yourself to Call IKVEH ASH ANON) at tile GLOBE. HYT .TYEMHAJTD Invites You. All. ll ( utile* Pp at (he llspll#t Anniversary at < hlcagn. Chic Ado, May 2S.-Tbe threatened trouble bet wren the colored Baptist# of th** south and their white brethren in the north, broke att into war Thursday, when Rev A Bingo, Jr., a negro p.waehar from Msnrbrrtrr. Va , entered Immanuel c hurch and prearm* I a «#ri#e of rreolutions adopted by iii# state convention af colored Baptists in session at I.yiwhUirg. The reeolulions complain of the action of th# Ainericati Baptist Publication society in discharging three colored writers for The Teacher. Ber, Bing#, to printing th# resolutions, spoke feelingly. He said there was no Ms'oti md Dixons Un# in hie heart iii# colored brethren were simply envious md wanted an explanation. Cheering, mingled with expression- of disapproval, marked the conclusion of his address. a I r<> DlsiurMag tClemeats. Ifr. B. ii. Griffiths, national secretary, Ut reply said there wen three reasons few dropping tile men. "First we had too IU UC it material l*>r our Journal, second, ar nodded mon material for our tracts; third, th* re* # lr**ublea of i»«t year at ln-tn>iiiap<*<is. lf a,- were to Select writers again we would not select (hiae ooloiud men, bee*us*- we iclfev.' them to be dl* I lurhtng element**." Afb t ‘he discussion hod continued nom# ttme B. v. Hermitage, th# vim- preen lent, roen and nu>v*sl that the matter bereferred to th# hoard of manager* Tiler# wet* a few scattering yeas and a rumble of nay* injured man say* h# did not hmm he had HU enemy In th# world Great excitement prevails sud indignation rum high. Deb* at ( oiiMssgtel a* Victoria, It. O. Victoria, B C., May 83.—At noon Wcd-needay th* Duke and Duchess (rf Coo naught arrivei! from China aud were received by the lieutenant governor and prominent cltlreu*. Alto- th* rn. pl ion iii# |tarty were driven to th* govuruuu nt an ilid, where a dvk ad<lreas of a ck Mite was pre***tiled by Mayor Grant His iMdgbm ss resfioodwd gracefully. Ouffrago for Wmim. W asg I st* tor CiTT, May 83 - Th* toms.* committee on the judiciary Thursday dc cbted by a vote of 3 to 7 to r< (tort favorably ajoint resolution propoeiug a coustJtu ti*.ital amendment grautiug the right of sttffru c to wotnea. njyul Pa ('alar Ll aa ta Ikata*. B*»T<»k, May Ut—Rebait Taamon, m>l ored, a reporter of Th# Boston (Boba, wan Tuesday unanlmouely elci-tad a mealier of the Boston Br*ss club He is probably the first colored man #' ar elmrted to an in-curporatsd whit# rnau’s club in Boat.rn. Teatnon has been ooanectod with The Globe tor aliout a year A Texas Invite to Cie*eland. NKW Yoga, May *1.-Ex-President (’leva lan*l and Mre Cleveland were waited u|«>u W< in*-a. lay evening by Governor Huns. Oat. A. brin, Hon John Martin. J. 8. Arm strong, end sr vers! other eitiseu* of Texas, acce • .-affied by their wive*, and a cordial tov i aha wa* agt jaded t*>thc ei-pnsl deus ami wife to visit the Texas state fair to iw held st Dallaa in November Mr Cleveland replied thai be bad tong dual red to visit the southwest, and if nothing un fore "tam occurred he would gladly accept the invitation I am now receiving a large and varied stock of Cloth*, in all the prevailing shade*, for Spring Suit*, which I ain prepared to make up to tfu. Most Pasttionable Stvlea, guaranteeing A Perfect Fit Reasonable Rates and Complete Satisfaction. H.C. G. Moritz. 112 Third st. Th# Hsll Tsls|>*M>as I a**. ikwTow, May A-In the Catted mates circuit court the tim# for taking testimony in the e*M‘of tbs Cnitsd M tat ss vs. the Bell l*‘k‘! hone company wa* extended to (Jct. I, iii* court otviertrm that nu testimony'to* tatoo from July toto Aug. IGin-»; U 1st va. —— FromlM* at vin lilgaM MlnUtsr Dead. HlM.*»ALk, Mick., May ti - Ka? Chaun-acy Bay Holds, of thin city, dk *1 hare at the age of f*5 years Be wa* am of th* found-ere of th# Mlchig*n Ceutrmi col toga at Spring Arbor, new Hfflsdato eollegc, ar t i had Iowa a trustee of the college for thirty * yearn. Lived »s Had* Wafov Elsvaa Waaha in Bl WI X. Iowa, May 81—'Wednesday was the seventy seventh day which young Sutton ha* poosed without food Hertill ho* no desire for lam rte Ii men t, hi* july sue ten re being lemon soda water. An examination revtato th* tort that hi* atom* ach and int#** ,. raiy*e<l Ilia mind remains cl r *> ’ * '* talk* free to the many curious < allow. Eau Offload Ute*. H W. JOKlSrS’ ASBESTOS^l^HLROOFING PIHBPHOOl*. by aum. H. W. JOHNS MFB. CO*. 240 & 242 Rudd?* St., tttaPi re#w Vwrto, l.sswriHH* _ 11 Misefllla “ W. JOH*! 1 1msw P*lnU. .Vxtwte* Ftee-IW ObU. Bhrstkua;*. iW»M «w fwie, A Uc*u*i bwsm Pit XU**. VI’WAHLvTOS MOVhDED Pl*TOg-Ili-I* FACItI*G klSUL CiSKBTft. 9*0. HALE FOK BY 1‘ublUlier dewed Hissing. Boston, May Clarence ff. Jewett, president of th* Jewett Pobltoking com* pauy, bae disap *eared., aud it is report.-.! - a wa ti A cfi n over issue <rf stock in the neigh tour W. H. WAYMAN, Carpenter aud Builder. to* altos mw*. | No, is, First at., Alton, IU. V
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