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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 29, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON DAILY THURSDAY MAY announces that he has established in a building purchased for the purpose a SAMTARIUM for the BOTH MEDICAL and His experience during inany years has convinced him that all diseases can be managed more successfully in institution of this under the constant supervision of and with the aid of means not other wise at than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers at intervals of several hours or The position of the SANITARIUM is and the surrounding are free from all noxious It is readily reached by the Second street horse and is near the Union The building is and arrangements are as perfect as is possible from a knowledge of sanitary science and the requirements of such an Electricity in all its forms Oxygen andjfej compounds are proofed as may be required by pa in addition to such other treatment be deemed A LARGE SOLARIUM For Sun Baths and exercise in cold and inclement is Bach padent is thoroughly examined by and receives hie daily personal FOR THE RECEPTION OP For further information address ENOS at the corner of George and Third GLOBE Guarantees THE GLOBE Guarantees Goods or Honey GLOBE Views of Membera on the Me Kinley NO REAL NECESSITY FOR IN USE THE Has a Larger Assortment and Complete Stock You owe a Duty to Yourself to Call EVJ3J1 AN1 ANON Is of tho Monsiiro 91 ny Feel Assured That It Will Ho Handled 1y the in I too on Ptnniutu Without ItumlullH Kiicucsiinr Takes Ills Seat 111 the Capital City News of WASHINGTON May action of tho sonato committee on finance In de ciding to proceed with consideration of the MoKluloy bill before the full com mittee instead of referring the measure to a committee as has been the univer sal has been a topic of quite gen eral discussion at the Aid rich of tho senate is of tho opinion that the action of the commit tee In refusing to refer the matter to the iubcoirtmlttco will necessarily greatly delay and ho unhesitatingly Ventures tho opinion that if tire course outttnod is followed that the chances for passing a tariff bill during this unless congress is kept in session indefi are very chairman of tho senate subcommittee on tariff is of opinion that a tariff bill will bo passed during the pres Will Be Reported Back by July In the opinion of the members of the committee the McKinley bill amended will be reported back to tho senate by the 1st of If the house bill shall be amended and reported to the upon tho action of that body it will go to a con ference whereas if the senate committee should decide to report a sub stitute the whole matter would have to be again referred to the committee on ways and Should this course be pur it ie very doubtful if a bill could be passed before next Chairman Mer rill when interrogated by the United Press respecting the outlook for tho tariff legis said that there was no necessity for anxiety on thti part of the friends of tho tariff bill that he did not apprehend any trduble in getting through with the bill in Would Not Venture a What is your asked the re as to the probable datoupon which the bill will bo reported to tho senate As to replied the I would not dare venture a as we have not yet proceeded far enough in our meet ings to enable me to form an Senator Sherman believes that under the plan adopted for its consideration the bill can bo submitted to the senate by July while those who would have ferred that the bill be considered by a sub committee have expressed tho belief that had that course been pursued It could have been reported to the senate by June The Republican members of the finance It fool somqwhat ag grieved because they received no intimor tion In advance of the plan to move con sideration of the bill in full A SubCommittee Not The argument Is advanced by those who favor acting on the house bill and send ing tho whole subject to a conference committee as soon as the senate reaches the point of that a subcommittee is not in view of the fact thai the committee on finance not only has a perfected measure before but that the pages of testimony taken by the ways and means committee and the foul printed volumes taken by the senate at tho last are session also available for the ase of members of tho Gen erslly it may be said that no great apprehension is felt about a failure of tho Republicans on the finance commit tee to reach a conclusion on the bill in good On the other hand the mem bers of the minority are feeling CONGRESSIONAL Handsome Floral Tributes for the IiBt Randalls WASHINGTON May desks In tho houso of representatives were hardly largo enough to hold the flora tributes that greeted the eyes of Hon Richard of tho suc cessor to the late Samuel when he entered tho hall of tho houso Wednos day morning preparatory to taking his oath a member of Tho prln piece was a magnificent tion in roses and immortelles of the coat of arms of tho city of Philadelphia pre sented by the board of directors of th eastern of which Vaux was a Several bouquets of and other varieties of rosus woro also among tho tributes Speaker Reed was in his chclr and called tho house to order at 13 Vuux8 ONeill of Pennsylvania presented credentials of Randall successor as representative from the Thin district of and escorted him to tho bar of the houso whore ho at Ho took his seat amid applause Araux was tho recipient of many con jjratulations and friendly Bill were passed as follows Approprtatlni fl25000 for a national military park a tho battlollold of Chiokttinauga senate bill donating Luke Contrary totho olty o bill amending the act fo the erection of an appraisers ware hous in Now York so as to provide that th secretary of tho treasury may erect th ware houso ut any point within the col Ipotlon district north of Liberty street on tho wost side of the A conference was ordered on tho nava appropriation Tho house then wen into committee of tho whole on the rive and harbor In the In tho Houoto alter transaction of routln business tho senate IHl subjucting 1m ported liquors to lawn of tho sevoru states was again takou Mortfsn In opposition to tho basing hi argument on constitutional 1rulilbUud the Sulo of WASHINGTON May Howl temporarily prohibited the sal of liquor In tho houso Th order may 1m to joi mil drlakH lw norvod at Tho Hummiir WASHINGTON May presi dent and his family contemplate spending navy nn A portion of summer season by the although ExSenator of Now fho is a personal friend of the as nluo tendered the use of his cottage at H same Hill to tegallto WASHINGTON May wro te committee on interstate commerce as begun tho consideration of the bill In reduced by Senator Davis to permit and egallrxs Senatorfjullom offered s a substitute for Davis bill a bill legal zing pooling to a certain agree nents to be first approved the Inter tate commerce Thp coin ntttee afterdiscussing the measure decided otto take final action until they have enrd tho views of railroad and other parr ies To Observe WASHINGTON the ntentiou of house louse adjourn over from ThnWiliiy uutii Monday on account of Decoration DRESSED IN Hot and Successful Chase After Thief ut May Streeter residence on East Main street was robbed early In tho during the temporary absence of the About 8 oclock some young men noticed tfae peculiar op learauco ot veiled woman on the street md decided to attempta upon the suddenly gathered up Attempt to Swindle an ance Iniur BOLD PLAY OF A SOUTHERN Ho Takes Out Policy for Pro tendi to Secretly Swlmn Afterwards Seouros a Stiff unit Fixes It Wp to Represent llliiwlfHiding In the Swamps for Five May months ago James a wellknown citizen of Tyrrell Insured his life in the Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Some time after he fell from a boat half a mile from shore and yelled loudly for helpto aman a quar ter of a mile VVJien the man re sponded Dillon secretly swam ashore and cpald not be The man whose sistance ho had asked supposed he was drowned and was perfectly willing to swear Notice of Dillons death was sent it refused to pay the Identified an Action was brought by Dillons and the case stood for atthe court upoutne stranger suaaeuiy gauiureu ma tne case siooa lor mo the feminine sklrta the widow alleging that he was street like a Being hotly pursued Ten days ago a body was found entered the near the place whore he hod been seen to r sink in the The body was identi fied by people as that of Dil At counsel for the wife took a nonsuit because the body hod been There is no doubt that the company would have paid the but the other day to the surprise of every Dillon himself returned safe and sound to His statement is most gays he swam asnoro the day he ever burned the putbis hat in It nnd left the boat half full tff Fixed Up a He determined to bide in the woods so his wife could got the insurance He kept in the great swamps for five months when he tound the body of a drowned man floating In tho Allegator He removed tho hair from the head so OB to muku it and taking his own hair and whiskers put them in the decom posing flesh of the He knocked out two of the front teeth of the dead iho figure boldly the principal and disappeared up Upon search a pon and veil were and thfliheisaro newed when it was learned that a mwi had hurriedly left the fellow was overhauled and brought He proved tjp Tie Frank a local crook just released the Ohio penitentiary for fesscd to robbingthe Streeter and snid that he douned female attire to enable him to leave the place de Hook is in jail awaiting Shot i May 19 years the a was shot and instantly jellied ty Officer Koch was one a crowd of boys raising a disturbance Jin the out skirts of town andthe pfltper followed by the went to the box to call tho KocTi took ad FOB SAL Eight room Frame good Cis Sink in Magnificent river Lot For Splendid Building Lots on Fourth as with rock Magnificent River View to each Thirty acre farm 2 12 miles of all in Fotir rdom log Will sell for less than per vantage ot the temporary release and removing the clothing from the started to The officer commanded dresHcd it in clothes he hadI worn on the day of his At night he conveyed the body to the place where he was supposed to have boon Subsequently hearing of the nonsuit lie thought it put an end to his claim and that there was no hope of collecting the money returnedhome him to but he kept on whereupon the officer throw club at The boy did not stop and the after giving him pulled his re volver and the ball passing through the young mans and he dropped The May most important session of the Baptist anniversaries was held Wednesday when the an nouncement was made that the great fund for the establishment of the educational the Chicago had boon A year ago John Rockefeller subscribed to this In stitution of learning on condition that a full be made up by June were adopted thanking BockefellBr and the officers of the American Baptist Educational so Wednesday night a great meeting at the Auditorium concluded the anni Will Face the NEW May Tribune says exChamberlain Richard Croker bos de cided to come home to face the senate and already started for New He telegraphed to Mayor Grant that he would sail by the steamship which Is due here June Joseph counsel sent a letter to Senator to extend the session of until after Crokers arrival his evidence New Ttork Temperance May fstate amendment convention of allteroperance societies of the state of New York was culled to order by of Wednesday of was elected temporary and of Lawrence temporary Platt opened tho convention by short sotting forth the object of tho A Mortgage May mprt gage by the Chicago and KprtfcerR Paolflc in favor of Trust of New thp amount of has reoorided ip theofllceof of The mortgage Is to meet indebtedness and de velop and create new The bonds run to 1WO with 8 per tihrlfttlnn In NEW May lt8QO dele gates from of the country were present in Lenox lycoum at the opening of the convention of Christian Tho morning was taken UP In oxurolsos and the delivering of of Now dollvBr ing the address of Tlie will continue for three TJie Chicago flus Trust May Collins hasde oided tho DOTS of Frauds ChnrlQton against the Chicago JJWB He gus bH Of W coivor for tho and tjie de fendant and tho four conjBADtw qoin poslng It from money or assota to uny IlUnoii May state convention of Illinois ProhlbltionlsUnom luuted Robert u Frapkllii county for utato fthd Profofvw Carl of for superintend ent ot public Throe of the University of at ware also TO Hawaii Prohibited from SpeaUlnR In Dtthoto by May Mury Sey taour of New who in com pany with Susan Anthony is working in the interest of equnl was hero with the expectation of delivering a lect ure in the Upon her arrival she iwas confronted by u crowd of Russians iwho informed her that they not be lieve in womens rights or women preach and under no circumstances could she speak in the school house This aroused tha Indignation of tlio other people In town and they determined to open the school house to Howell at nil haz but some of tho gentlemen from the land where freedom of speech and the press is unknown were so demonstrative in their actions that the hardly felt safe to even remain in and spent the after noon with an old and wont to Pipestone to wait for a train to take her to Was Faithful to Her NEW May Ellen of com mitted suicide Tuesday Jumping down the shaft of her She was to have appeared in court to testify against Edward to whom she was secretly married a year Towne had boon married fourteen and proceedings bad been begun against him for bigamy and rather than testify against him she killed Another May Residents tho village of this are greatly excited over the mysterious disappear ance of Ella a handsome young who left homo ten days ago to visit a sister at She was traced on tho Wabash railroad to near where all clews were A re ward of WO Is offered for lu fur mat ipn as tp her She is 84 years old and Killed by May The steamship Circas sian of the Alien lino from Liverpool for this port report that on the sixth day out a huge wave swept over her docks throw ing fonr cabin pnssenKers down two flights of Htalru into tho of was instantly killed and tho other three wore seriously Moil ut May Tho grand Jury tor tho May torm of tho Logan county circuit court has returned twunlyfour in dlctmuiito against man who are charged with selling their votes at the township and city in Of tho num eighteen are whlto men and six ne nrownlnff Auoltlont In May Whilo a party con sisting of several army and a number of ladles was out at Pots the boat was accidentally upset and six of tho ofllwrs and several Indies woro By a similar accident at Dana lug several piruoim wore annual meeting of tlio American society Tobuy wan elected Revolutions woro adopted call lug nr the disarmament of Kuropoun nud Ueprooatiug the spending of in this country for a navy anil An ot May There is an of diphtheria at Me The ttato bouvd of health ormaUon of tliruo deaths in one The ciutho of the dlsiitiiio is uup a coutainiuatod water to Vity the Duly and Isiuiu owlWto Illume OAUMKU May cottage ffi wore iui fcot down u uhuft and luaUuilly Woili Uoadlng luunul lllvry liaH rebiimed giving employment to m men aud AU coUluriuM nvu uow working nine ADJUSTABLE Light and Fits any i Screetf inithe n i or toy PITTS 315 Belle HOWELL DEALER IN OIL WILL BE FOUND LOWERConsidering Qualiiies and Styles Than in any other house io In congequpnce ojf the GREAT EXTENT of our SALES we are enabled to do Business on a VERY CLOSED MARGIN and it is a rec ognized fact that we handle by far LARGER QUANTITIES OF THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE prevailing I am now receiving a large and variol stock of in the ling for Spring wliioli I am prepared to GUARANTEEING A Perfect Reasonable Rates and Complete 112 Thirds   

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