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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 27, 1890, Alton, Illinois AL DAILY TELE TT TUESDAY EVENING MAY 294 tyOne New Members in the Lower Enos mi announces that he has established in a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the BOTH MEDICAL and His experience during many years has convinced him that all diseases can be managed more successfully in an institution of this under the tenSefvision of the and with the aid of means not other at than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers AN UNPRECEDENTED DEATH Out of Tluvi HumlriMl mid Who liliuitlll In 1888 Nino Iliivr In by llio Grim of tin Fair ConiinlHsliinviK In VfMRliliiKton to Muy have tins luiKOHt number of vmundes in tlic jmsunl house of any of reiire hut has iisscsnihltsii since tlio close of tlio 1here are now sitting In tliu house nineteen members who were not elected to it when congress chosen In and there are still two vucnncics to be occupied by lllfl dciith of HeprcHontativc of New mid the advancement of Represent ative Jiirliulo to the The loath rule of the Fiftyllrst congress has been Three hundred twentylive members w ro elected to it in and now nine of that number are and the successors of all but one of them arc In IVew When the successors of Carlisle and Wil bur are chosen there will be twentyone new members in the This number is sure to swollen by the probable ac tion of the house in the throe reimrining contested election in which the com mittee has recommended the unseating of If the house supports the com it has not heretofore fulled to do will succeed Kernaghan will succeed and Mo Duffle will supplant and the num ber of new men in the house will be swelled to the almost unprecedented figure of WORLDS FAIR to is and the surrounding are free from aU noxious It is readily reached by the Second street horse rar9CbuS is Sgt anWangements are as perfect is Possible fro a knowledge of sanitary science and the requirements of su ch an Electricity in all its forms Oxygon and ts compounds Douches are provided as may be by P in addition to such other treatment as may be deemed A LARGE SOLARIUM daily personal FOR THE REOEFPION OF For further information address ENOS at the corner of George and Third IIII GLOBE Guarantees A Number of Thoni in Washington Becelvo Tholr WASHINGTON May Several of the worlds fair commissioners are in Washington getting together preparatory to receiving their the Democratic commissioner from Colorado exRepresentative of Virginia John Dickin of and James the Republican commissioner from West Under the provisions of the a Democrat mid a Republican com missioner are nominated for each state by the governors subject to the con firmation by the who has also the appointment of eight commissioners nt It is a singular considering the general rush for office and pride of place that the governors of thirteen states have failed to send in their Some active telegraphing has been going on between the White House and the back ward governors to hurry them Hnve They Iloon Confirmed Tho worlds fair in the language of a prominent was approved April It declares specifically and reservation or exception that the commissioners are to bo nominated by the governors and confirmed by the presi dent within thirty days from the ap proval of the The same gentleman Says If the president has confirmed the I am not aware of If ho has failed to do so I would be pleased to bo enlightened as to their legal stand IN SENATEAND Synopsis of tin Doings In the National tho present week tho contemplated house action on the silver Therehns been a canvass inado on the floor which fihovrn that very strong opposition to free coinage cxlsls in the Tho present belief of those momlere who have been Investigat ing the situation Is that the housebill lvu vidlng for tho redemption in lawful money or bullion can IKJ passed in that A caucus of tho house Republicans to consid er the subject is likely to bo called for unless it is thought best to await Speaker Heeds A CONFEDERATE Tho Dedication of tho toe Monument nt WASHINGTON May hns been given that tho dedication of tho mon ument to IMC at Richmond this week is to be purely a Confederate The militia regiments that take part in the pa rade will bo ranked in the order which the states from which they come passed the ordinance of No United States lags will be but only the flags of the several and tbe Richmond newspapers already report a literal dis play of Confederate bunting on tiw public and private buildings of the A CnuKO of The Washington papers have for iwToral days COBtftloed for nil OOB federate sol otty to rejiort atom selves at certain hendquaxten to be organ ized for participation In the and several hundred have arrangements to go to Tho re fusal of Secretaries Proctor anA to permit the army and navy bands to attend is Rtill the cause of great indignMton to the survivors of the lost but their action seems to have been considered now that the character of the arrange ments has become Worlds Fnlr CommlHlaneri WASHINGTON May presi dent has made public tho of the commissioners at largo for the worlds fair as follows August Massa chussctts Henry Maine Thomas Michigan James Indiana Mis souri Nebraska Kdward Nev York Gorton New York Peter Pennsylvania alternate John Pennsylvania Samuel Georgia alternate William Lind Kentucky Henry Texas alter Henry Texas Mark California state of Washington for the Dis trict of Britton imrt Kurtz commissioners Alfred Wilson and Dorsey Scripturu Reading Approved by the THE COMMITTEE ON PUBLICATION THE A Splendid DUpluy ou the Oocunlon of Its May thing pointB to a splendid display on the occasion of dedicating the Garfield monu ment on May President Vice President Morton and Secretaries Rusk and Noble will arrive here Thursday and the celebration will begin at that All ideas of a funeral character have been put Tbe pa rade Friday will include thirty military thousands of uniformed Knights Templar and many other 3vic so Great trouble Is attMoipated in transporting the Haokmen have organized a combine to secure a day for each Indignant cltinensat once tendered the use of tholr private car and the police have been instructed to arrest every hackman discovered in overcharging ANOTHER LIVELY llii Knporl Through Howard which Is Favor of lllblo Heading In the Common 1rohlcm of Employment for Unoni plojnd Mltilnturn OlKCiinHcd by tho An May the moot ing of Uie Presbyterian general assembly Monday after the approval of tho tho report of the committee on records was Thu as in approval of on overturn from the Wisconsin reaffirmed its deliv erance of 1WO in favor of retaining the rauding of tlic Hiblo in common The report of tho standing committee on publication WUK delivered hy its Howard He thought that Sunday school ami missionary work mid pretmrnHon Bandar iwhool and Imtau hWjm imd of daceminntlonal helps were well any one may allege as the business New 8ohool8 They have organised new schools with teachers and scholars 1WJ schools besides these have been in consequence of the offer of the board to supply hymn lesson anil Bibles to any one establishing a new bun day Our missionaries have visited Sunday families and traveled There had been much direct anil from the work ot Uie laborious fidelity is worthy of all Resolu tions wore offered approving this work and recommending that it consider tho expediency of publwhlng Sundayschool helps and literature in the Gorman and Scandinavian Wardens Pending a motion that the report bu leave was given to superlnUindent of Sunday scliool to make a He said that the busi ness department received nothing from the contributions in Sunday schools for bun day school mission on thu con over to the missionary A questionDots nnt the business de partment soil its issues to the missionary department f but at the price nt which tho most favored purchasers get it gives twothirds of iU profits to the bun day scliool und missionary depart men All the money you give goes to establish Cmvcnii the secretary of the ulludwl to tho criticisms of the special committee af hut as this wiw referred to another special committee hu UioUBht it would bu improper for him to say anything about Ho dwelt prin cipally upon the advantages of tho edi torship given to periodicals and the improvement of Sunday school the missionary work done by aid of too board through Its publications and its colporteurs both nt home and have fortyfour successful full of be ides eightyeight or rnoro theological stn establishing and hclplug mission chools in destitute parts of the he resolutions wtrepassed with the addi ion of Sunday school helps and literature n FOB Eight room Frame good Cis Sink in Magnificent river Lot For Splendid Building Lots on Fourth as with rock Magnificent River View to each lot Thirty acre farm 2 12 miles southeast of all in Four room Cog Will sell for less than per THE QLiOBB Guarantees Goods or Honey THE Has a Larger Assortment and Complete Stock You owe a Duty to Yourself to Call KVJ3U AND ANON GLOBE WASH isci TON May In the senate Monday after the journal Lad been the oath of office was administered to Carlisle as senator from the state of Kentucky to fill the unexpirod term of the late Blackburn escorted Carlisle to the clerks and after he had subscribed to tho oath of office he was shown to his and while there was surrounded by senators from both sides tendering their His desk was graced by a number of floral Coke presented petitions of tho Farmers Alliance in favor of the proposed warehouse and subtreasury Ho said bo had no sympathy with the Sher man presented petitions to exclude from the mails The Police Gazette and similar Plumb offered a resolution instructing this finance committee prepare re in connection with the tariff a statement showing tbe duties levied under existing law the duties as they wopld bo under tho house and tho duties under the bill to be reported by tho such duties to bo stated in parallel col And especially If the committee should recommend now duties or the In crease of existing to state tho rea son In each Sherman pointed out tho difficulty of the committee on finance Klvlng reasons for recommendation in euch of tho items covered in tho Tho reasons might be given gen if moved to strike out of the resolution tho words In each Shermans amendment was disagreed Reagan moved toameud tho resolution HO iw to require ineiwesof compound dutiessped lie and advnlorom a column showing tho equivalent ad valorem amount of tho Allison nioved to insert in Reagans amendment tho Whew Keu KUIIH amendment modified as suggested by Allison was agreed The resolution was furthi T amended on motion of Haw ley by making It apply also to reduction of duties and as thus amended was agreed to Calls resolution callinu for informa tion to the landing of an armed force from the revenue cutter McUnu at Cedar was agreed Consideration of tho naval appropriation bill was then In tliu Owing to tho almwico of Hpeakw who has gonu to attend tho funeral of his tho house wiw called to order by Clork On motion of Mo Ktnloy Burrows of Michigan was olootod speaker pro Somite bill was awed for the iivction of a public bulldlug at Senate bill was thu limit of thi ma of the buildnm ut ivlating to Distiirt of toluuilili wiis then pro ceeded The Hock Crcuk iwrk was called up and tliu motion U rewtuiildw was ugrood to and tho bill was Tli bllvur WASHINGTON May Thu uu abunuee ol Bpuiikor Huwi nmy days and possibly for A Gront Tumult In the Kentucky Uouse of May There was another exciting scene in the house Satur A resolution was offered for an Investigation of the conduct of one of the meinbors who has been accused of peculiar conduct regarding a railroad The Introduction of the resolution raised a great tumult and Ungh Cooper of Marion county to get recognition for a mo but who was tn tho declined to notice This infuriated Cooper so that ho rushed up to the chair seizing Gox by the yelled that he Cooper know his He started to drag Cox out on flic and the latter drew bnek his gavtsl to braift when ho recovered himself and ordered the Borgeantutanns to seat the disorderly Tho lattor afterward apologized A IiiiUe Captnln Moj night about the tug with thosnhoohar got agronnd turning the elbow on tho tn the while endeavoring to proven damoge to the Pook tho collision that was knocked overboard whll letttns go tho Ho wns Boon on tlie water several minutes afterward and I line was thrown to but be oonld not rench it imd was Tbe body was It will be oont to his hdmo in Tho Baltlmoro XIilo May now seams to lx protfcy woll assured thai tho Baltimore Ohio Railroad oouufpany will Iwrao at teas and perhaps more o common A part of this will bt used to pay for stations and oqttip and tho proposition will otmio bo torn tho board Tho hjiiowlni ones say that tho road will rctiru the stat and city Interest and rid the company o tho state and city HiirporH Haltool I May A special t Tlio Iress from states that tho recently formed school hook which is doing businew under tho niimoo the American School Hook has purchased tho school look lutorofcts Harper of Now for The Harpms had rofunod to Join Hio trus aud the pnrohaso was thus rendered lin Citiitliml tlndnr POUT May While I ryUig to a Kinall cottage tl gave and tho house crushing JiiUus iind August aydjte to death and fatally Injuring IOtils Doth nifii who wuro killed worn marrlud and hiivii laiKi friim NiKrn lluiuo May young M vrars lif comuilttfd siilddu by juiiipliiK from tho tower of Nolro Dame I1U May Iugo stalilied hiti divorced wlfo localise Mlie to It to thought will Page U in The UaptlKtB at May fiftyeighth an iiversary of the Baptist American Homo Missionary society began Monday morning at tho Immanuel The principal bnsluess before the assembly was the pres donts address and the annual report o ho executive The reading of ho report was followed by addresses on Tho Increase of Beneficence in Our by o and on Our Foreign y of And 5 of In the after noon brief addresses were made conceru ng tho work of the societies in the vari oils western The Ouruittii Cntliollo May Qrst convention of the Gorman Catholic socie ties in Wisconsin opened In this city Mon day It is expected the conven tion will adopt resolutions in opposition o tlio Bennett compulsory education A CAUSTJCT Stanleys Ueply to ttoount UltorancoB I Times prlnta a long and caustic letter from in ropty to tho recent utterances of Lord Stanley declares that ha has nothing bat a sentimental Interest In any part of but he says that on finding that many of his friends have em barked thoir money hi an African enter prise on tho strength of a charter not worth a counterfeit sixpence unless thu terms of the understanding with Germany arc rigidly adhurod and thero being every Indication of a disposition on the part of tho government to help Hermans instead of he has urged his friends to discover the exact Umlta of their The Gorman Kplmrr In Ho wishes to qimrrwl with nelthur Ker tnauy wn but says boldly that if tho Ournian colonial dtmaiids be granted it would bo morn economical to nmkn Ger many a gift of the whole British Then British Investors obtain so many shillings for the pounds they HO orodulfiiiily have been out In ronrlusion ho declnivs that the Ciurniun Is the finest In Africa and adds rUill their Is If you think they aro adapted tlinn tho KtiKlUth to dviliso tho do nothing Vluld Including Kgypt never a word of uliull you hoar from me Rxcusalvo amiability may become an tho Ijillrmlty of llko other grows till U ends hi chronic The IKiipln VVcro A carload of I iliMivd Hllvorman In this iilani ul who 1m linul Uy oclock all but ewveii nrv llnpowil will Ixi broimht HKiilnii fcllverman for violation of I HitUrooUH latter says ho will I utvo bull or and If t Is decided that hiihiiicss is will I for kwBsllmt nOt Bold hern to where j they were quickly disposed ADJUSTABLE WINDOW Light and Fits any The Cheapest Respectable Screen in the Oiled or PITTS 315 Belle HOWELL DEALER OIL PT WILL BK FOUND LOWERConsidering Qualities and Styles Tban in any other house in In consequence of the EXTENT of our SALES we are enabled do Busiuesa on a VERY CLOSE MARGIN and it is a rec ognized fact that we handle by far LARGER QUANTITIES OP GOODS THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE I am now receiving a largo and varied stock of in all tlio prevailing for Spring I urn prepared to make up in Uie GUARANTEEING A Perfect Reasonable Rates and Complete Satisfaction 100loa Kast Second KOlt l LsiMt Flvu
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