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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 30, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 I  -  ■  I»A T LY TELEGI5 APH  VOLUME  ALTON, ILL., FRIDAY  Southern City in of Glory.  a Blaze  UNVEILING OF THE LEE MONUMENT.  Dr. J. W. Enos' Sanitarium,  The    nml    Building*    "I    th* City  ll    th*'    Citlor* of  th* CiMifiiU r*)'\ Hl-iuting with the Star# amt st >. I    I’arsdf of  Military xml ti* lr Societies anil Incidents nf th** Oce*#t«»n. KlMlMoNl), V*., May SO.—With blare of trnmp-t, In at of drum ami Ute booming of cannoli, the monument to Gen. Robert R. Lee, erect*-*! by the Indie* of the south wan unveiled in the |»renew?*- of a great multitude of people. Hie earlier train* from the north ami south brought many ac< NKHiotn to the enormous crowd which filled the city. The military companies were met at the depots by ntctnheni of the local military committee and escorted to the great exposition building, where most of the citizen soldiery was quartered. Aa the later trains arrived, however, the new* aunter-* were escorted or directed to the  had taken pillions on lur front of the stand, the procession passed in review before them, the veteran Infantry leading and th* veteran cavalry and volunteer infantry bringing np the rear.  The Ceremonies Me aln.  The infantry organisations were massed as rapidly as possible in front of the grand stand, the mounted veteran* ou the left near the monument. The ariillery took position in line west of the infantry and facing the grand stand. The arrangement > of the mass of people occupied fully half  (  an hour. When the organisation was complete and something like quiet could j be had. Gov McKinney as president of the Lee Monument association, arose and cal ital the assemblage to order. After a brief invocation by Rev. Charles Mlnnl-gorode, of the Episcopal church, Governor McKinney Intend ttcea Gen. Early a* chairman of tit* meeting, ll* was greet***I with prolonged applause and cheering. Taking  Day's Proceedings in Both Houses of Congress.  STEWART GOES FOR MAJ. POWELL.  FOR SALB.  Hr Characterise* ti** Bars aa *»f fi*»t«»*y awd Mineralogy as ’** Gres! Lylag-ln Hospital tor Law* Decks” Public Building Mills ravarehly Acted I pow by the New aa- Th* Saaatc FI aaa#* < ..moline. Tar kl ca the Tariff Mill.  WAHII! VOT'IV I'ITT, May HO In the ■enate Thursday Stewart rising to a question of privilege had read an article from the Washington Star containing  Eight room Frame House, good Cellar, Cistern, Sink in House. Magnificent river Lot 50x120. For $1,250.  view.  ALTON, ILL.  nu ENOS announce® that he has established in a building purchased for the  DK     purpose a SANITARIUM for the  TREATMENT OF ALL CURABLE DISEASES  BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL.  Hi® experience during many years has convinced him that all disease* he managed more successfully in an institution of this kind, under the constant supervision of the physician and with the aid of means not other-wis* at command, than when the patient® are seen by their medical adviser®  can  ,----- n    n-Miugi'ni    <**    --------*.....n  th* gavel from Governor McKinney sham!  M    ln     to  Gen. Early announced In a few well j '    „,i,    r.*i    »,*    stewart  chosen words the orator of the aeon**. recently off***! by stewart  Col. Archer Anderson,  TI.* st ai ii** Unveiled.  Every point iu Col. Andereon's addr**# was greeted with warm applause, and several times he w as obliged to suspend his remarks, while th* crowd cheered again and again. At the conclusion of his address, a wrave of applause swept over the crowd and rippled out again and  again, until haftd# wert tired.®* throat* ,    ~    ^    ^     h -     hltimrt ,.rt  T* JETnlS    j2u    I    that    Mai    *""•»»    had    enormous ,*ow*r In  had been    giving employment  ■Ion arose from hts seat behind the ors    ,    >  to* stand and leaving th. phiiform . » a  walk.**! toward the monument On either     n '*""     r "    “.    J » ...— .......  si«le walked a veteran ex Ot>n federate from  the soldiers' home—Joseph Marlon White  statement resolu-to the  diversion of the GBO,MO appropriated for irrigation purpose* to the use of the ge<> logical survey. Stewart sketched an out • line of what had been done recently in t he wora of stimulating irrigation in the far west and of the appropriation mad* for that purpose, Maj. Powell, he said, had used more than half of the appropriation in expensive survey* of no practical use  Splendid Building Lots on Fourth street, as follows,  60x120, $1200; 60x120. $1,000; 63x120, with rock foundation, included. $1,350.  Magnificent River View to each lot  Th. portion al th,* SANITARIUM I. high, and the fmrrmindlnK are.Ire. from all no,iou, indue lie. It i* readily roached by tho Second street horse  ears and is n®* 1 " th® Union Depot.    ,    .    ._  The building is large, and arrangements are as perfect aa is porils ® from  a knowledge of sanitary science and the requirement® of such an Electricity in all It® forms; Oxygen and its compounds;    j  Massage, Inhalation, Nursing, etc.,*are provide*! as may be requiredI by patients, in addition to such other treatment as may im deemed advisable.  A LA UGE SOLARIUM  TH* UCC STATUE. pin** of a*-#*mblage where gathering thou Hands were already preparing for the day*’* parade. The street - of the city ha*l been decorated very elals*ralely and tastefully for the occasion. From all th.* burt* B«s*h buildings were swung streamers In which the colors of the Confederacy blended wi*i> the national emblem. The state t-olorsof Maryland and Virginia were liberally displayed On many building*  and J. J. O’Kell. His progress was greeted with ooatinnoue cheering. Reaching the front of th* monument, he took in Hi- hand the end of the long rope which beld the great white veil al»out the statue.  A gentle pressor- aud the veil parted,and [ailing on either able dtscloaed the beautiful outlines of the statue.  An Kilt hit alant Ic Crowd.  .Vs they came into view a shout went tip from lh*- assemblage In volume bo gnat that it almost drowned Hie Imk.hi of the  cannon. In a minute the whole assent j Plage bad broken from the ranks and was flocking alsrttt the base of th** atatue, , cheering ami tossing hats, canes—anyt bing into tile air. The crowd on 'he platform  !  res (Minded with cheers sud waving **f ! ham!kerchiefs and flags. It was a lt.ng time before the crowd quieted down Mini offered Governor McKinney and the other distinguished people on the platform an opportunity to regain their seat* in the carriages which were to bear them back to the city.  Evidence-, of Intel*#* Feeling.  Some on*- dimed up the statue of George Washington in the -Ait* house grounds I and put Confederate Hags lu the baud* of the figure. Several protests were en tered again'.*, leaving the flags there; but  For Son Bath. and axorclae In oold and Wch-roat wwtWl.  portrait* of iuany leader* af th* lost cause I the authorities refused to take them down . . , .---.-------.-I...,...Iv din. I Hovers! <Mh*r evidences of intense feeling  Each patient is thoroughly daily personal attention.  examined by Dr. Enos,  Now Open  FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS.  Dr. ENOS at the SANITARY, corner of  For further information addres*  George and Third its., Alton, III.  GLOBE  Guarantees Prices.  f  ie iii  THE GLOBE  Guarantees Goods or Money Refunded.  wreathed in laurel, were prominently dis played. On awn* of the buildings were hung battle flags, tattered and worn, and a# the veteran# passed beneath them tm their way to the {dace of assemblage, they broke forth into hearty cheer*.  Formal law of tbs Baratte.  The gathering of the militia l*egan at an early h-mr in pre J Mi rat Ion for the parade.  The head at the procession formed on Broad street faring north, the left resting ; on Adams street. First came a squad of mounted police, then th** Stonewall Imnd and following was the chief mar shul ex-Goveruor Fitzhugh I**, wearing a broad yellow sash as his budge of office, his t hief of staff, Gen. John IL Cooke, wearing a white sash, and the chief marshal'# Mids, among w hom were Senator#  Rate, of Tennessee: Colquitt, of Georgia; Hampton,of South Carolina, Ransom, of North Carolina; Col, Basil W. Duke, of Kentucky; Gam 1-1*1 w Hunton.of Virginia; ex Governor St ales, of North I arte Ibm; Gee *><" Wheeler, of Alanine, and many tailer distingul#he«l southern soldiers. Following the marshal * were the carriages containing th* Invited guests in charge of C*f& A. VV. Garber; th* Vet*  J ran cavalry under the command of (»*u.  Wade Hampton, and the Farmers Hill ' anc*, mounted.  Military anil dele organise!Ion*.  I On th* ether side of Broad street, under command of Gen. Beth, were the veteran*  I of North Carolina, followed by th* Ho-defy of th* Army and Navy in Maryland,  I th.- Frederick county (Maryland) veteraua,  Mini ti.*- veteran* of the District of ( olum LU Beyond them and on the side afreet# were formed th* other military and civil organisations which were to follow in the j parade. Among them were veteran* from , Louisiana, Virginia, and other* of the southern states, militia compaa!-* from I every state in the aouth, student* from . the universities ««f Virginia; Catholic i I Vaion #** I* tics, th* city Are department of Richmond, and ftremcu from New-berne, N. C. N'<»on wa* the bour fixed for th* prottwakm to mox a Ding lictor# that I time mort of the militia companies and j civil societies had formed In th* place# allotted to them, aud th* chief marshal a aids were galloping backward and for  ;  xx ani. bringing to headquarter* new* of I •  the formation.  Th* precession Marts.  when word  are visible, but only in spots. The Even ing Wales baa:    'Robert    K.    I®-,    Amar!  ca’# greatest man,' over It’* front office. In a f{leech mad* at the reunion of Pickett camp, Confederate veterans, Gen. Ho# her said if Lee had known xx list the hor rom of reconstruction would tie, ha would not have surrendered st Appomattox.  HEARSE AND STREET CAR COLLIDE.  rest and  Th* Com ii  Thrown Twenty Smashed Open.  DKT HOIT, Mich., May A street car and hearse cam# together in collision at the foot of til* decline leading over the Baker street railroad bridge Wednesday afternoon. The hearse contained the remains of Mr*. Mary McClenan and was proceeding to the cemetery. Th# street car driver yelled for the hearse to get out of the way, but bls warning was too late and the two came together with terrific fen* The two drivers, four horn**, and two vehicle* were mixed up In hopeless confusion, while the casket wa# thrown twenty feet ami smashed open OO the road  The Hears* Completely ® reeked.  Charles Newman, driver of the hearse, hat! a shoulder broken aud other injuries, and the street car driver wa# badly bruised. Non* of th* street car paaaen get* were hurt. bot all four of th* horse* xx ere Kelly cut, The hear#* w a# a com plcte wreck and a new one had to be ordered Is-fore the cortege could go on, a1 though the casket was repaired enough to proceed. The mourners forgot their grief in their anger at tile street car driver, who I* blamed for the collision. H* claims that he hsu control of the car.  kept an enormous lobby in VV ashington to control the act lim of congress  Humbug sod Foolish**#*, lie characterised th# bureau of geology Mid mineralogy as a mas* of humbug and foolishness "a great lying in hospital for lame ducks" The oui) lobby on the subject was that maintained by Maj Powell, who boasted on his Is-ing aide to control congree*, and who intimidated by hi# dictatorial manner his subordinate* ll* protested against any man att. niptiug to run the west In that xxuy, Gorman defended Maj. Powell. Th* sensu agm-d that when It adjourn it lie until Monday. * Routine busine#* ’.icing transacted the -senate resumed consideration of tit** “orig- ^ inal package*' hill.  H»u#e Proceed inc".  In the hon'- senate lail'x*-. pasted hath* relief of the Widoxv of Rimr Admiral I David MeDougall. Th* house then went -I into committee of th* xvh.de on public building bills The following Mils w-re I  also hiid aside favorably:    Manketnn,    j  Minn., l&i.uKi; Mllwaulu e. VV!#., inrreaa-j ing limit to »l,HIO,(WO; Yotingstoxvn, Obi*, |  I *K\0Q0; Paulden. Ark..    Sioux  Fails. S. D., #150,000; Beatrice. Neb., HW,- I ' Ur*  ult. Daveaport, Iowa, rltw.iui; Hock I#l- 1  and. ilia, #14,000, Mcuth Ii* ..I, la I . H-V uai. Fargo, N, IL. fIO ,OW; Madison Iud., lh* 'do: muux City. Iowa, t.W0,«w. Hhsuo j ington. Ilia. WOItW,  Dtaetisslux th* Tarts Mill.  WAsiiisi.nix City, May Wiarn tiw senate finance oommittee met Thursday | morning Hiierman moved to take up tin-  tariff bill by i»nragrspb» “"d either pas# them for future action or agree to theta a* they stood. This wa* agreed to. TI - com* mil tee then took up the chemical ** beduin. This wa* guar over and thirty eight items cheeked off. tit the*# however, fifteen of I the mort important were peart over with j out action In this way the committee went through (tar of the 1‘JS pages on the bill. Hlscock moved that a sulrvommit tee on each stile Is* appointed to |>r-|»are j such sc lied ale# rn would Is- advocated by j it# part) on the floor..! th# senate and thai each aub-oom nill tee refer it# schedule# to each other. This wa# adopted  Thirty acre farm 2 1-2 miles southeast of Brighton, all in cultivation, Four room frame-house, Cellar, Barn, (’og) Granary, Smoke-house* Well, Cistern, Will sell for less than $35 per acre.  Money to Loan,  A  Dorse j k Man, SID Belle street.  ADJUSTABLE WINDOW SCREEN.  Strong, Light and Handsome.  Fits any Window.  The Cheapest Respectable Screen in tho Market.  Oiled or Stained.  For Sal© by  PITTS & HAMILL,  315 nolle si , Alton, 111.  A. J. HOWELL  Th# Cirri, Hint* sn error.  WamHSUTUW City, May HU.—The presi dent sent to the senate the nomination of Rockwell J. Flint to is* marshal of th* western district of Wisconsin An hon# ; or two after ward he sent in the name of George C. (fluty tor th# i ame office The second mess ag- was mad* necessary by | the error of* clerk in the department of j justice.  Hives anti Usrbor Mill  Washington City, May SO.—The house Wednesday passel the river and burbot btu. Hex-eral attempt* w-re Hied* to have the Hennepin canal provision stricken out, hut they ail failed ami Hennepin is safe so far.  DEALER IN*  w  a.  CARPETS, CURTAIN., CLOTHS, RUGS, &c.  OIL  Our Prices  WILL BE FOUND  LOWER -Considering Quartes and Styles-  tee, “adon Carolina h  THE GLOBE  Has a Larger Assortment and Complete Stock  HENCE s  Yon owe a Duty to Yourself to Call  (EY EK AND ANON)  t Ixo  at  GLOBE.  HILDEBRAND  Invites "NTou All  .6  It was nearly HJO, brought to OW. Ixre that th* paraxie was ready to move. Turning to bi# marshals he gave the command to move, and th* lieu I of the pr»n -«»ion moved down Broad  Ht  re-*    Ax the Veteran calx ary pasted,  th,- voluutcar troopa—infsutry, artillery , and cavally- feti Into line he-h^d theim falhwed by the Farmer# alliance. Th* state trool*' w-re arrange*! i» *h* ortler of of th* aouth*m state.. South  mg In the lead, airt Virginia j  bringing up the rear At th* head of the , procrtedon rude ex-Gown.or Lo^    -  on a spirited iron grax hors- In th* nm carriage xxv re Governor McKinney, ( ol. (  Ar. her Ambrette, the orator of the <Uy;  (icn Jubal A Karly and <i*n J<*se|di K.  Johnston lh-me .rf the ; <h*r «rr1agte  were ( apt R K. D*. Genf' M H. F. IteS,  Cmdi» D-x*. Miss Mildrwi Ix**. Mb. Mary l^e Governor Fleming, of VV est V irgtnia,  Senator Reagan, of Tex#- ex master  general of tl»# t .mfwh racy and (rem H.  II Walker, of Morristown. N J. A* tin*  1,-mling carriage pasted down Broad -t reet. it wa* greeted with wild demonstrations by the enormous cx«*wds  Arrival al the M<i»mw«»t.    j  The tguxwxg* of the pnxwaeional column through lh* principal streets of the city „ continued ovation. Its pregrere hi im’Ii intfid^d by IImi crowd i«»t  5  Hi*, aud it wa* U-trly I t i- no,nun.-ii* x-. u - reached, r -vt ;    xx as rn xx ait mg t here.  rxa-i    *\ in fro!,* -»l theWM»*t-  i-n reserved for tic <lirti»-*UK> cd guest*, th- orator of the day and I Udte* it was well filled When the pre* r    rrivtrt    ai, I t»»e grand marshal  ,    •'"t t    h,iu  , u> u, '‘ trvnr  wrvwS teMfi* |V4 bali trover nor MeKjn g£L    i    ,r    **M«f th,- other duttn  JSahbd    gucsu aud    offlter* of the xaoaekte  Mf* lf .ti  I ifilloO  I'ertsli-xl la th# Flate##.  Nkwayuo, Mich., May ».-The frame dwelling of Charles Sumner, at Wlilte Cloud burned early in the morning and his infant son perished in the flame*. Mr. Sunnier had gone to bl* work ami Mr*. Sumner was called to one of tin- neighlKtrs who xx a* sick, and bft her child asleep r-die xx aa alsient abotit an brnir ana t on* ofth# firrt ti|K»n the seen* Her erie# id pitiable pleading# to save her baby were heartrending Not an article was wived The probable loss waa |t,0U0; no insurance.  la It a Trust la Phonographs ?  Clin AUO. May 30.-The annual convell vent ion of the American Phonograph and (ira p bn phone aaaiK-iatiott wa* opened at th* Auditorium hotel here bf a pit** nographb speech from THowias A. Edison th* electrician, who wa* unable to et tend \ Im nit seventy five delegate*, representing twenty one jdionograph and graphopbouc c-omp uii-H. wen- prow ut Th* ohj*« t th- convention is to form a more ch union in the trank and make general Improvement*.  Barbecue* at Vlrk»t*ur*.  ViCkSSt'Ho, Mi#* , May A).—There w-re-two grand harlaxeue* and Immense public gatherings held Thursday by the blue and gray at the re nolo**. Du# waa nu th- his tori- bettbfibkl of Port Gibson, xx here Gen. (irant landed bl# army lielow Vbka-burg, and the other on the Chamuion hilb hat tie ground. Tables I,(WU feet long were prepared and over 4«» animats w -re roasted and served to th* great crowd in at tendance Hpsschee ware made by dot eroor fttoae. tiett Jxdio R Kountx, of Ohio, Col. K. T- las*, xrf illinois, (bn. Hooker, lien. S. D. lase, «sf Mlsrtsslppl, Col Grovar, of New Jersey, aud other*.  Than in any other house in Alton. In consequence of th® GREAT EXTENT of our HALES we are enabled to do Busine#* on a VERY CLOSE MARGIN and it i® a recognized fact that we bundle by far  LARGER (QUANTITIES OF GOODS  THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE CITY.  spw Slum  XX AK  wa*  fitted the sir  uVh- W xx h, ii An arewmon#, A large stand Ulm had »*  IS WM kosgt aa It* Oepfcer*.  Fokt lkiiMiB, la., May *0.—In Htate township, wert of here, several farmers united to buat gopher*, with h had be come very numerous in that vicinity Th* losing side wa* to pay for a supper and dance Each ride was to cut off the tans of the gopher*, ami they were to Is* counted. (rn* side had a,ow I tails and th# other  over Y,00U.    ___  TW* H*fore»*«l th arri, tjsod-  I JC a a# on. Pa, May so —TI** trivunUl meeting of the general synod of the formed church in the rutted Antes enliven tai in the First Reformed church in this cite. IHI account Ut ill health the VMI enthh* pr,»idi-iit. Hr. Welker, of North xx aa not pres* ut to P oh the  N ot, li-lrUh ft’aagrees.  PtrrsMUire. l*a.. May Si) The second congress of th# Hootch Irish j«<-ple of America was opened here Thur»<l*y morn ing Il*i*re** ntatlve mea from ell parte I of the couutn  w,,r ^    "****'°*  ohm opene«i with preyer by Rev. Dr Hay#, of Alleghany. Mayor GourU-y welcomed the Visitor*. Governor D iver briefly reviewed the history of tile ut- h Irish as related to the progn -s id the #ti»te <if pennsylvania welcoming the visitors to “thelr'own " I'rt-ident Bonner, of New York, respondexl in behalf *rf th*- wxcicty.  VeriM»at t»e#»«*-r#tlr TI* bet.  Iii UMM*ton*, Vt . May SU.—The frth*w  ing nominal mu* were made by the Demo cretic state convention: Governor, M D Brigham of Bakersfield; lieut*nant g«>v •mor. <ie*>rge W Smith,of Whit# River Junction secretary of State, ti Cl Kim balL of Vergennes; treeeurer, I) A. I ol-Unt, of Proctorsville; auditor, Kliaha May. of Hi Johnsbury.  I am now receiving t Ihy^ nod varied stock of Cloths, in all lh® prevailing shade*, for Spring Suits, which I arn prepared to rnako up in tilt  Most Fashionable s Stvles,  GUARANTEEING  A Perfect Fit,  Reasonable Rates Complete  and  Satisfaction.  H.C. 6. Moritz. 112 Third st.  Hart.  manufacturer* of  t undiu.t.  <qietiiug sermon. No bu-ti ne##  Fir* at st. USU.  HT. Izot I#. Mo.. May M The flour mlli, a large fixe story i,wti-d by  was iIou*  I gscWda five story bidding   ..... Kchfcr Bro# at the i*orlier of  Ninth ami Southern rtrvets, wnadertroy.-d by fire al an early hour iu the morning. Th# uiiti w as is-lug tit I «-< I up with a cons-plate outfit af new machinery    •l**  ta estimated at ITS,OOO; insure*?®, >*,«•«■  A rtsdsssll Fsllare.  Cine'SWAT*. Ohio. May SU. ~W. F. of Han Marti* & Co., sliore at Third street, ha# sssigned. Lialrtlittes. W&.UU0. aeaett, «»MM0 No pr*ter-mx s. Hart aim, owns a Urge six#-el...* in (.Texilaw I. OLI • The immediate agua* id. sh-* tai I un- xx ta the application rn .dc f*»r tho api ointim ut of a receiver for the firm.  rich It rnetorx l*#t*ro> »rt Bowm AKVH .I.E. nu., May 30. Fir* Wednesday u-g‘>t d«etrt>y*d th* pi- kb* fa ct toy of Btelh« # B-w*. la#*. #1 til,w«.  James Cludon x\ ,.,t . wh*» is alleged to havt rt* wives iviug, note of them iii vort-d, is under arrret at G-neva, Hhio.  urge. if  G.  Si?'   

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