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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 29, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 Ain '< >  VOLUME 20.  ILY TELEGRAPH.  ALTON, ILL., THUUH DAY EVENING MAY 20. IWK).  NO. 200  (F IN T  } IWV ITU  ii un:  Views of Membera on the McKinley Bill.  REAL NECESSITY FOR ANXIETY.  Dr. J. W. Enos’ Sanitarium,  ALTON, 111*1*.  DR. KNOR announces that he baa established in a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the  TREATMENT OF ALL CURABLE DISEASES.  BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL. •  His experience during many years has convinced him that all disease# can be managed more successfully in an institution of this kind, under the constant super vision of the physician and with the ald of means not otherwise at ooTn rn and, than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers at Intervals of several hours or da vs.  The position of the SANITARIUM is high, and the surrounding are fret from ail noxious influences. It is readily reached by the Second street horse cars, and is near the Union Depot.  The building is large, and arrangements are aa perfect as is possible from a knowledge of sanitary science ana the requirement* of sue Ii sn institution.  Electricity in all it* forms; Oxygen and Us compounds; Baths, Douches, Massage, Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are pro% od as may be required by patients, in addition to such other treatment Hpnay be deemed advisable.  A LARGE SOLARIUM  Tor Sun Baths and exercise in cold and Inclement weather, etc., is provided.  Each patient Is thoroughly examined by Dr. Eno«, and receives Alif daily personal attention.  Now ODen  POR TUE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS.  For further information addrest Dr. ENOS at the SANITARIA .!, corner of George and Third tis., Alton. Iii.  Frle.ids of th** Wt-astir* Nay FmI A iou red That It WHI lie Handled bj the Committee on I'iiMnrr Without T motile—  Mr. Km4.U‘« * orcesser Take. HI* Seat la the Hava*-" Cap It a1 City New. Note. af Inter* «it.  WASKI NOTO* ('(TV, May 30. —The action of tl»e senate* committee on finance in deciding to proofed with consideration of Hie McKinley Mil I adore Oar fnll committee instead of referring the measure to a auh committee as has been the universal custom, has bren a topic of quite general discussion at the capitol. Mr. Aid-rich of the senate sul>-committee, is of the opinion that the action of the committee la tv. using to refer the matter to the subcommittee till necessarily greatly delay progress, and lie unln-stlatbigly ventures the opinion that if the course  (  oil th nod is followed that the chances for passing a tariff hill during this session, on less congress is kept in session irulefl i nltely, are very meager. Mr. Allison,  I chairman of the senate sub-committee  1  on tariff matters, lr of opinion that a tariff bill will la* passed during the present session.  W IU Hr K»'|M»rt«*d Hark by J sly I.  In the opinion of the mullen of the committee the McKinley bill amended ; will be reported hack to the senate by t he 1st of July. If the house bill shall be amended and reported to the senate, upon the action of that body it will go to a conference committee, whereas lf the senate committee should decide, to report a substitute the whole matter would have to be again referred to the committee on ways and means. Should this course be pursued, it Is very doubtful if a bill could I* passed before next Call. Chairman Morrill when interrogated by the United Press respecting the outlook for the tariff legis-I lation, said that there was no necessity for anxiety on the part of the friends of the tariff bill; that be did not apprehend any trouble in getting through with the bill in committee.  Would Not Venture a Krpljr.  “What I* your opinion," asked the re ^r'ted to porter, “as to I In* probable date upou which  {May, Ex-Sen,uor Unwell, of Nev* Jersey, j who I * a (>ertonal friend of the president, j has also tendered the use of his cottage at ; the same place.  HIU to Legalise Pooling.  WASIM VOTTO! City, May an—The senate committee on Inter state commerce has begun the consideration of the bill Introduced by Senator Davis to permit and  legalise pooling Senator Cullom offered as a HubstitUte for Davis' Mil a Mil legal- { iring pooling to a certain extent, the agreements to be first approved by the inter <  -late commerce commission The com- I mittee af ter discussing the measure decided not to take Ana) action until they have beant the views of railroad and othar parties interest! <1.  A HEWABLE STORY.  Attempt to Swindle an Insurance Company.  BOLO PLAY OF A SOUTHERN MAN.  To Observe ftemrstlon Hay.  WAMtdKlTOg CITY, May W.-It Is the intention of the house leaders to have the  house adjourn over from Thursday until Monday on account of Decoration Day.  DRESSED IN WOMEN 6 CLOTHES.  Hot and Suer conf a I < has* After a Thief • at Ravenna, Ohio.  RavI.NUA, Ohio, May 29.—The Sireetor residence on East Main street was robbed early in the evening, during the temporary absence of the family. About • o'clock sonic young men noticed the peculiar appearance of a veiled woman on the street ana act idea to attempt a flirtation, whereupon the stranger sn bienly gathered up tile feminine skirts and ran down the street like a deer. Being hotly pursued the tlgure boldly entered the -Etna house, the prim!|xii hotel, and disappeared up-t>u*irs. I 'pen search a woman a dress, bon* net, end veil wen* found, and the chase re ne wed alien it was learned that a man had hurriedly left the building. Tbs fellow wss overhauled three miles east of town ami brought flack. Ile proved to lie Frank Hook, a local crook just released from the Ohio (tenitentiary for burglary, lie sea-fessed to robbing tbs Streeter residence. arid sai<l that he donned female attire to enable birn to leave Has place without detection. Hook is In jail awaiting sentence.  Kkot Head bf an Ofltvcr.  SPHIX** Ft KLR, Ills., May 29—Ernest Koch, 19 years old, the son of a bricklayer, was shot and instantly killed by Falk* Officer Idiurer. Koch w as one of a crowd of boys raising a disturbance in the out skirts of town and the officer arrested him, and, followed by the crow d, went to the box to call the patrol. Knell took ajiva n tags  He Takes Hot a Volley for .OL OOO. Pretends ta Drown. NI See redly Swims Ashore - He Afterwards Mecnrea a and rises I* »> ta He present Himself-Hiding la the Swamps for rive Months—A Tai I lire.  HalkIi.ii, N. C., May 89 Twelve months ago James Dillon, a well known •Risen of Tyrrell county, insured his life for tf.OUO in the Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance company. Some time after he fell from a boat half a mile from shore and yelled loudly for helpto a man a quar  FOR SALB.  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, with rock foundation, included* $1,350.  tor af a utile away. When the man re- Magnificent River View to each lot  sporule*! Dillon secretly swam ashore and could not lie seen. The man whose assistance he had ariled supposed he was drowned and was perfectly willing to swear to it. Notice of Dilion’s death was sent to the company It refused to pay the Irwin ranee.  Identified as IHI Ion.  Action was brought by DUlou’s wife, and the case stood for trial at the court last week, the widow alleging that he was drowned. Ten days ago a laxly was found near the place where lie had been seen to sink in the water. The body was Identified by twenty-five people ae that of IMI* Ion. At coart counsel foe the wife took n non suit tiecause the body had lawn found There is no doubt that the company would have paid the money, bot the other day to the surprise of every one, Dillon himself returned safe and sound to Columbin. His statement Is must remarkable. He nays he swam ashore the day be overturned the bal, put hi* hat in It and left the boat half full cg water.  Used I p rn Hedy.  He determined to bide in the woods so bls wife could get the insurance money, Ile kept in the great swamp* for live month* when he tow od Uh* body of a drowned man Goaling In th© Allegator river. Ile removed the half from tin bend so na to ma Lo it bald, and taxing his own hair and whiskers put them Iii the dccoRl posing flesh of the c< rjste He knocked out two of the front teeth of the dead man.  Thirty acre farm 2 1-2 miles southeast of Brighton, all in cultivation. Four room frame-house, Cellar, Barn, (log) Qranarv, Smoke-house* Well, Cistern. Will sell for less than $35 per acre.  Money to Eioan.  Dorsey & Mann, SIO Si street.-  ADJUSTABLE WINDOW  GLOBE  Guarantees Prices.  THE  III AIIOII  GLOBE  Guarantees Goods or Honey Refunded.  THE GLOBE  Has a Larger Assortment and Complete Stock~  HENCE :  You owe a Duty to Yourself to Call  KA Cit SND AXON)  at tlxe  GLOBE.  HILDESBRAND  Invites You All.  th« Mil will bt* rcjxirtcd to the acuate * ”  •As to that,* replied the motor, *11  would not dorr venture s reply, ss vrc have Bid yet proceeded fur enough in our meet logs to enable inc to form sn opinion ” Senator Sherman believe* Gist under the plan adopted for its consideration the hill can be submitted to tin- senate by j July I, white those who would have pre fermi that the hill lie considered by a sub committee have expressed the lielief that hail thatcourse lawn pursued it could have been reported to the senate by June IO. Tl» Hep u id lean members of the finance committee, it ap|H*ar*, feel somewhat ag grieved because they received no intimation in advance of th* plan to move con aiderat ion of the bill in full committee.  A Suti-Cmnmlt Ive Ne* Hscessary.  The argument la sd Vance, I by those who favor acting on the bouse hill and send lug the whole subject to a conference corn mit t!-' as soon as the senate reaches tile point of action, that a sub committee j hi not necessary, in view of the fact that the committee on finance not only has a perfected measure before IL but that the i 1,100 page* cd testimony taken by the ways arni mean* committee and the four printed volumes taken by the senate a* the bod are seaakm also available for the of nu tubers of the Mmmlt'se Den- I •rally s|x siting, it may be said that no great apprehension is toll about a failure I of the He publicans on the finance commits tee to Tv-ach a conclusion on the bill In good time. On Hie other hand th* members of the minority are feeling serene.  CONGRESSIONAL PROCEEDINGS.  Handsome Horal Tributes for th* Let* Mr. Kendall's sun .-asor.  W ASKINS TO* CHY. May aa—Two desks in the Imam of representatives were hardly large enough to bold the floral ; tributes that greeted the eye* of Hem. I Richard Vaux, of Philadelphia, the sore j orsaor to the late Samuel J. Randall, when * he entered Abe hall of the bourn Wednesday morning preparatory to taking bls oat h jam a mein I **r of congress. The principal piece was a magnifloent repreaeuta-i fciou tn ruses and immorteiltw of the cont ] of arms of the city of Philadelphia pl* I rented by the board of directors of the aa et tm penitentiary, of which Vaux was a mein her Several bouquets of I wide, and j other varieties of roam were also suiting toe tributes iHtini Spanker Heed was in his chair and called the house to order at 12 o’clock.  Mr. % sum's Credentials.  O'Neill cd Pennsylvania presented the credentials of Mr. Vaux, Mf. Rnndall s anthemas a* representative from the Third district of Pennsylvania, and escorted him to the liar of the house where he affirmed. He took his anat amid applause. Mr Vaux was th* recipient of many con gradations and friendly greetings. Hills were pained a* follows; Appropriating ll AUH) for a national military park at the twtttefleld of t'hickamauga; scuate bill donating I eke Contrary tot la- city of tit Joseph. Mo ; bill amending the act for the erection of an appraisers' ware house New York so as to provide that the cretary of toe treasury may erert tbs •re bouse st any point within the collect iou district north of liberty st reel am the went side of the city.  A conference was entered mi the naval appropriation bill. The house then went into committee of the whole cm the river ami Imrtxir WIL  In the Senate.  In tin senate after transaction of routine busine-* the senate 1411 subjecting Imported liquors to the tews of the several Stole* wax agata 'akcu up Kurgan pp* die in opposition to the measure, tewing hie argument on constitutional grounds.  of the    temporary    release    and    .end. removing the clothing from the    ,  run.    The    officer    commanded    corpse, dressed it in clothes he had worn  un the day of hi* dlsapjicarsnce At night    I  , he conveyed toe body to tile place where     1   he was unpoised to have I*, ti d row ne, I. Ruliseqoeutly hearing of the n u cult lie thought It ,Mat an end to bi* claim and that there wa* no hoist et collecting the money and so returned home.*  stop, but he ke,A on running.  whereupon the officer threw his dub at him. The boy did not stop and the officer, after giving him warning, pulled lite r** volvcr ami fired, the ball pacing through the young man’s brain, sud be dropped • ll OJI  The Its|»ttit " Annlverssrtss.*'  (ilirAoo, May 29.—The most important session of the Baptist “anniversaries" was held Wednesday morning, when the an- , uouncemeut wa* made that the great fund for the establishment of the educational I  institution, the Chicago university, had    _  been raised. A year ago Mr John (), I In the interest of Rockefeller subacrihed pB,(B0 to this institution of teaming on coml it bm that a full 11. OUO,UUD br made up by June I, I MHU Kesolnttonn were unanimously adopted thanking Mr. Rockefeller and the officers of the American Baptist Educational society. Wednesday night a great meeting at the Auditorium concluded the “anniversaries, "  tit 111 Tse* tbs Committee.  NKW Yore, May 89—The Tribune says:  “ex-Cham ber lain Richard Croker has decided to come home to fad* the senate committee, ami ha* already started for New York. He telegraphed to Mayor Grant that lo* would sail by the steamship Aller, which is due bere- June A Joseph j to Scotland. ll. Choate, counsel for Mayor Grant, sent a letter to Senator Fasaett toking him to extend the session of the committee until aficr Mr. Croker's arrival lo order that his evidence may bt taken.     t   OPPOSED TO WOMAN’S RIGHTS.  Hrs. Unwell Prohibited from *|o-aklng In Dakota by KiumIsss.  Twit. f*. IL, May J9-Mr* Mary Hey nu mr Howell, at New York, who In coni patty with Susan lh Ant bony is working equal suffrage, was her* with the expectation of delivering a lect Ute In the evening. I"(am her arrival she was confronted by a crowd of Russians who informed her that they did not Ie-I levi- lo women's right" or women preacher*. and muter no circumstant** could rim speak In the school house. This aroused the indignation of the other people In town and limy determined to open the school bouw to Mrs Howell st ail hat arils, bat some of the gentlemen from the land where freedom of speech and th** pre** Is unknown were so demon* trail vc in t Iteir serious that the lady hardly felt safe to even remain in town, and spent the after noon with an obi acquaintance, aud weal to Pipestone to wait for a train to take her  Strong, Light and  Hai dsome.  •rift  Fits any Window.  SCREEN.  The Cheapest Respectable Screen in the Market.  Oiled or Stained.  For Sal© toy  PITTS «fc HAMILL.  315 Helio st. Alton. 111.  A. J. HOWELL  DEALER IN’  I Ut MW  I liar s*cai I utTK IT BROTH SMS.  u»i'p    lend.    Saiari    »»<•    g*g*»sss    9**1*.  ta*-!- lo twains* ok HIM* oua»ri*IS. siui tsst-sxllins JJT!  r ritas ii* gmmmU* vail se advert**#. wots MKO WM  - ICriw*. CW*ss*. «»• ■TOU Mw is rsUsklsJ  rrsklMtri tbs Male of Liquor.  W a-hix*- tom City, May 89. Hpeaker lte» d has temporarily prohibited th* »ate of liquor In th** boun* restaurant The  order may I* modified, how* vee, lo permit drinks ti) Is* nerved at ta oh *  t hi- Preside*, I » Sa UMM! r I'lUM.  Vt axH!MIT 1  iv CITY', Ma; “A Th* president sml his family contemplate spending a port in of the summer aeason by the •Barite , aith- ’.uh no definite arrangements have bean made. It is quit* probable that he will accept I’j >et master General Wana-m ak ere invitation to teal the ffioapitaltty of the tetter's leeutiful cottage at Cape  New York Temperance Hmc ie ties.  Hvract ax, N. Y.. May 89.—The “rial* amendment convention” of all temperance so. ii th* of the stat* of New York was called to order by Dr. ll. Marin, of Brink.  lyt), Wednesday morning. John I Piatt. of Poughkeepsie, wax elected temporary chairman, aud W. T. Hendricks, of Bt. lawrence county. tem(s»rary secretary. Mr. Plait opened the ookvuuNom by a short addr***, setting forth the object of th* gathering  A Mortgage for gat).OOO,OOO.  BntiM.riRLb, 111*., May Ak—A mort gage by the Chicago and Northern Pacific railway, in favor of the Partners' Loan and Trust company, of New York, to the amount of fft.OUMJUq, has been Mounted in the office of the secretary of stale Ilia mortgage is to meet indebtedness aud de velop and create new linos. The bonds mu to BHO with 5 per cant, interest.  < brist I an a*lsaltsts ta Os*. I on.  NKW You*, May 89.—Over I.Ari de legatos from all part* of the country were  present In Lenox lyceum at the "petting it tile coo vent km of Christian .Scientist*. The morning was taken ap In devotional exorcise* and the delivering of addrwtara, Mrs J. N Preeton, of New York, delivering th* address of welcome The sessions will continue for three daya  The Chicago ties Tnt st Beaten.  ('HK Ado, May 29. -Judge Collins hasde cidt-'l the i-ase of Kimcto M Chs riel on against the Chicago gas trust Hr ana tai ne* I the bill of * he plaintiff for a re calver for the trust and eajoiaad tit* defendant and the four gas companies Ot is posing it front transferring any stock. money or assets to any person or corpora  Hon. _    _____________  11 ll nots rrahtklttnwlsts.  Buhmhsotom. Ute., May 'ffi—The slate convention of Illinois Prohibithmlstanoms tDated Robert link, a Franklin county farmer, for state tn-asnrv. and Professor I Carl Johann, at Enrek *. for superintend cot of public ineumctkm. Three trustees of the University of UHmds, to Chem paign, were also nominated.  The Psacs Mss.  th O'ton. May m—At the annual meeting  of th* American Pear* suctety lion. E. S. Toliey was elected prerident.. He*elution* rn in adopted all mg for the dlsarmamsut of Kurvqa an powto* sud deprecating th*  spending of nmoev in this country lot n navy and conto defense*.  Orders ie H«-«tme Work.  MT. CAHHKL, I** . May 89    4inters hare  been issued pro v id log t< the resumption of nark on full time st ail of th* leading cnl)icr<oa in this district. Adorno miues are affect** WI th* order.  4  a. I  Was Fall hful to Her Leva.  NKW YOUK, May 89 — Ellen Town**, aged 90 years, of 128 Forsyth street, committed suicide Tuesday by Jumping down the air shaft of ter residence She wa* to have appeared in court to testify against Edward town*, ti) whom abe was secretly married a year ago. Town# had two married fourteen year* aud prix ••ediugs bad been begun against bim tor bigamy and rather than testify against him she kl I Ini herself.  CARPETS, CURTAIN CLOTHS, RUGS, &c.  OIL  Aaother ti lr! Disappears.  M ACOM a, Ilia., May 89 Residents of the | village of iodusty, this comity, ars greatly  1  excited over the mysterious disappear , •nee of Kila Cordell, a handsome young woman, w ho left home ten days agt) to Hail a sister at Bowen, Ills Hhe was traced un the Wabash railroad to near Keokuk, where all clews wert lost. A reward of IN) Is offered for iobtrmatipn un to ber whereabout*. She Is 84 years old and a blonde.  Kl iud kjr a Wig Wave.  QuiPKC, May 81k—Th* steamship Circa*-alan of the Allen line front Liverpool for this port report that on the sixth day out a huge wave swept om ber deck* throwing four cabin passengers down two Hights of nlairs into the saloon Dr Yalpy, of Gamine. Que., was in-tantly kiltel aud the other three were seriouriy injured.  Mad C'ttlasw* at Llweuln, Ills.  Lincoln. Ill* , May 39. —The grand Jury tor the May term of the Goran county eircntt court has ret annal twenty-four in dictmeiits against men who are chan with selling their votes st the township and city eltH-tioa iii April Of the number, eighteen are white men aud ria negroes.    _    _____________  Drew Ming Accident la Uerssaajr.  IS Mill*, May 29.—White a l**rty con* stet mg of several army offber* and a numb er of ladies was out l*oattng. at Pots dam, the I tost was an (dentally upset and six iif the officers and several lathes were drowned fly a similar at cute ut at Dana tug severs) persons were drowned.  Aa kited* M*la el Hipktkerla.  brniNdrtxU), His.. May an —‘Them ie an opt tit-mu- of dlpbtbetia at Mattngo, Mc-V“t»ry county. The state board of health formation  fa^y  Our Prices  WIEL BK FOUND  LOWER-Considering Qualities and Styles-  Tbsn in any other house in Alton. In consequence of the ORK AT EXTENT of our SALES we are enabled to do Business on a VERY CLOSE MARGIN and it it a recognized fact that we handle by far  LARGER QUANTITIES OF GOODS  TUAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE CITY.  SUIIX; SHITS.  I ain now receiving a large and varied stock of Cloths, in all the prevailing shades, for Spring Suits, which I ain prepared to make up in the  Fashionable i Stvles,  GUARANTEEING  Most  £ A Perfect Fit,  Reasonable Rates Complete  and  Satisfaction.  H. C. G. Montz. 112 Third st.  of th re ’ (teat h» in one The cause of th* discase is sup laid / a (’••illuminated water supply.  -ms  FALT  V  d to tetth.  Yay OU Astite Daly .»!•    *30 ter i  .na I CJO fie  — By the mine, F. nd Isaac down a  im .is rig "I a  ll Grci al*at, .la Sn. ll were i'f“ -t > • I  1  shaft ami iustantiy I..Led.  Work lit * ii Mi od.  ASMLX*u. l a, May 29.—’Him lteadlug company'* luuiwi ilicry hoe rammed work, giviug eni,>lo> meat to men aud boy* All collieries are now working nine hours a da/.  IT t  rn  jrfih ■Irsij SR! iii  /.  rn  I ^  I  iff  a  A  <  w — 1   A < Z  /* s m   S IZ  S M y  'tx  J® r  .95   

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