Alton Daily Telegraph, June 11, 1890

Alton Daily Telegraph

June 11, 1890

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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - June 11, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALI GJS DAILY TELEGRAPH POLUM E ALTON, ILL., WEDNESDAY EVENING .HINE ll. 1800. VA QI l*T AA V/t UT t I MT IF KME Action of the Senate on the Silver Bill. FIVE IHMUT RULE AFTER FRIDAY. Dr. J. W. Enos’ Sanitarium, ALTON, ILL. DR. EN Ort announcoH that he him eHtalilinhed in a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL. Hill experience daring many years has convinced him that all disease* can be managed more successfully in an inn ti tut ion of this kind, under the oo os tan t supervision of the physician and with the ald of mean* not other' vise at command, than when the patient* arc seen by their medical adviser* st Interval* of several hours or dave. The position of the SANITARIUM is high, and the surrounding arc free from all noxious influences. It is readily reached by the Second street horse carn, and is near the Union Depot. The building is large, and arrangements are as perfect ai is possible from a knowledge of sanitary science ana the requirements of such an Institution. Electricity in all its forms; Oxygen and its compounds; Baths, Douches. Massage, Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided as may be required by pa* touts, in addition to such other treatment as may Im deemed advisable. A LARGE SOLARIUM For Bon Baths and exercise in cold and inclement weather, etc., is provided. Each patient la thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, aud receives ais daily personal attention. Now Ocen FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS. Fir further information addrcii Dr. ENOS at the SANI TARI u I, corner of George and Third its., Alton. III. no n hoise nm tie GLOBE Guarantees Prices. THE GLOBE Guarantees Goods or Money Refunded. (ITH ANI. AN<>>') at tile GLOBE. HILDEBRAND lnvi te You. Ail- Th# ll»u«4. MU, r Hill tt< frrre.1 to th* ttinimlltr. (hi I inuit!** Th# Hay In the Lorn r I hail1..•. i f th* National !<#«(#> luturi' I U I (I ll... (or S. I ai Milt-»t- Artn-. t an nin)** foal!Ion - Th. Tarlfl Hill (Hltt'r Caplin! Hem*. Wamusotok (’ITT, June ll.- In th® •cnsl# I iii inlay th# h«MIM* silver Mil tru referred to th# committee on finance. Th* achat* agron! that, after 0 o’cl«*< k Friday, del* tie on the silver bill shall be continued under the (ive minute rule. No time has been fixed for a rote. 1*1 nm In ,t niPBitmrnt Amended. Plumb’* amendment that no funds available for the payment of the public debt (including such aa are kept for the redfin;.! Ion of United rtut.-i notea) shall bs rctHined in the treasury in excess of I HO, OHO (Hi, wai amended on motion of Harris try sibling to it the tar otto “provided that the gold and silver coin and gold bullion in tbs treasury on which gold and silver certificate* have liven issued shall not be considered available fur any purpose ex-sept the redemption of such certificates.” A I null f Amendment. In opposition to Plumb's amendment Sherman said the effect of it would be to leave only a working I ad an cc of $10,OHO, -000 in the treasury. He regarded the amendment very faulty, first, because it disturbed funds pledged by public faith; and second, hemline it would require the secretary of the treasury to carry on the operations of th** govern meet with a working balance of 810,600,000. I*roc*cit Ina* In (lie Ham*. Hie house pivoted the senate MU amending the internal revenue laws, so as to authorise the com in i intoner of internal revenue to formulate rules aud regulations by which beer may be carried direct from the vats to (lie bottling department with- j out passing through the intermediate ‘ process of tieing drawn into kegs. Senate Mil eras passed changing the present system of drawback on ex port.* I beer and fermented liquors and permitting their exportation in bond in the same manner ss distilled. CAPITAL CULLINGS. spring anil Winter Wheat Area. WAKUMOTO* ('ITV June ll.-The statistical returns of Jam to th. department of agriculture Include pf* liminal*} estimates of the ares of wheat, birth spring aud litter, aud its condition While several state* Increased t he area of winter wheat last autumn, the heavy reduction by plowing and planting in other crops, to re-place the winter killed wheat in Illinois, Indiana aud to a limited extent In two or three other stat. *, has reduced the acreage lu every wheat git.wing state of any prominence except Kansas and Oregon. The per* enlace* represent the actual aren bow growing in comparison with the acreage harvested last year and include all that was seeded last fall except what has beau replaced by other crop* The general average Is HLS, a redact!, a of tot per cent. of hut year's winter wheat area. PRINTERS AT ATLANTA. Thirty-Eighth Annual Session of the International Union Atlanta, Ga, June ll.-The thirty eighth annual session of the International Typographical union was called to order by President K, T. Plank, with ovtr 140 delegates present, representing Canada and almost every state In the Union. Among the delegates are two ladles— Mi-* Taylor of Cincinnati aud Miss Qual-trough of Rochester. The moraine sealion was iisvoted to the work of organisation and the appointment of commit tees. Tile afternoon session was a short one taken up with routine work. The most important action was the paasing of resolutions Indorsing the Chace-Breck iurtdg# inter national copyright MU, and directing Secretary MeC'levey to com niunicate the same to tbs president of the senate and the speaker of the bouse of representatives. The resolutions urge congress to pass the Mil ae originally introduced, including the type-setting and non importation clause. Accident to Oberlin Students. OmcKMN, Ohio, June ll.—Six students of Oberlin college who were assisting in drawing the Oberlin college base ball team about the city in a parade /ell to the ground and before they were ah?** to rise were run over by a band wagou containing about thirty-five jteople, which was following immediately after the carriage in which tho ball players were riding. The horses were spirited, and although every | effort was made to stop they could not lie checked until after the heavy vehicle had panned over the prostrate boys Ail of [ them were hurt, and three of them—B. A. Williams, John Ellis and O. J. Lithia— are so badly injured that U is feared they eau not survive. THE GLOBE Gas a Larger Assortment and Complete Stock HENCE: You owe a Duty to Yourself to Call Plenty of Candidate#. Washington City, June ll—OoL W. P. Can aday *ergeant-at-arms of the senate, retire* on the Si til instant by resignation. Th* candidates for the position so far as atm* rn need are Menan. Heads, of Maine; Uyiugton, of ( mnectlcut Dunn, of Delaware. Bailey, of Pennsylvania; Swords, of Iowa; Valenti n-, of N< brank**; Heed, of Miuueaot*. who have been heretofore nam. *1, and Gen. Later 8 Wilson, of Ii. nu man, Mont. It is possible that the (MHU'us may go farther iu the reorganisation of the senate than th* sergeant at-arms, l>ut of this there Is no official notice.    ______ The Tariff BUI. Washington Cut, Juue ll.—Th* Repute Bean numbers of the senate committee < n f nance at their meeting Thursday morning went through the wool aud silk schedule* of the tariff bill and took up the sundries schedule. None of the schedules have been turned over to t he Democratic member* yet. It is said this bt due to the fact that none of the schedules hare re calved final action from the Republican* The Republicans hare not determined whether they will make an elaborate report on th.* bill or not Tic Hennepin Canal Tr.Jcrt. Wawin .mn ('mr, June ll —Senators Allison aud Farwell and number* of th# house from HI sud hum appeared before the innate committee on commerce in *up|>ort of the appropriation of AVX),(WO to beg.n work on the Hennepin canal project contained in tile river aud heritor biti. The item WU* retained in the only I vote -that of Senator Vest * being • ast against it in the committee Veterinary ( nrps of til* Army. W am intel tom CTTT, Jon* ll.-The house military affairs committee has ordered a favorable report on a MU to establish a veterinary corps ai the army Die bill few tbs construction of n national road from Washington to Mount Vernon, Va., a as reported adversely to the rom mi Use front a sub-committee and further action od It postponed. J kJDllja VT AWI XI A Lecture by 8igna) Service Observer Dunn ON THE CHANGE IN OUR CLIMATE. Kiwi at Ellsworth, Me. Ba snow, Me., June ll.-Quite a riot wait reported from Ellsworth, where some men of the place became Involved In rn bloody fig it with some employee of Bobbin*' circus. A large number participated in the fight, which resulted in many broken head* and severe bruises. After a desperate struggle partial order was finally restored. It is reported that a special police force was appointed arid patrolled the street* armed with rifles. Great excitement bt reported in the city, devturil mon were severely injured. Counterfeiters Captured. HT. Luts, June ll.—For the past two weeks a room on the fourth floor of the Miilding, iii Olive street, ha* been used us headquarter* by a gang of ex]wrt com* terfeitera. Early Tuesday morn tug the police raided the room aud ar re* led two of the men most u< lively engaged in th* work. They gave their names as Fred Baxter and John Rafferty. A complete outfit of molds, dies, etc., for counter* felting purposes was found in the room. The police ex (wet lo make more arrests In conure lion with the gang. Not lite Man Who Bobbed Moduli. Hr. I Art!*, June IL—The paying teller of tile ii ret National bank, of Denver, (the only man who saw the roilier plainly at the tune! visited the jail at Clayton and failed to identify Man-die 1.1 King as the man who robbed President Moffatt of Til, OBA It Is thought the requisition paper* will be returned unsigned. The opinion is freely expressed here that King is a consummate liar. It is probable that a commission will be appointed *to investigate his sanity. fasted Three Month* tai (Med. D« ncqt’K, la., June ll.—Tommy Sutton, after living without solid food for nine-six days, died Monday. During all his fast his only sustenance was soda water. Previous to th* death of the buy s oooacil of physician* was beld. and all united in pronoun. mg It a case of paralysis of the stomach aud bowels. Some years ago th* lad suffered a fall aud waa never To perfect health thereafter A Chicago Merchant frond. Chicago, June ll.—James W. Tuohy, the dry goods merchant, died at his horn* at 46 Loomis sleet. Ile was 41 year* old and was a native of Kenmore, Ireland Ue was in the dry gotids business la 1thlea, Streator, and Wilmington, Ilia, before c uung to Chicago. About a year ego Mr. Tuohy caught a cold, which developed IWO consumption ll* leaves a widow and Ave children. Confessed Bls Crime. FutPKintXTuwjr, Mo,, June ll - Sheridan Copses, aged 2S years, a shiftless character MF this place, and John Vt* at hen. telegraph operator on the Iron Mountain railroad, have been arrested for robtelug the mail carrier of ICI,Oft near Mine 1st M *tt*, on Friday last. Walton broke down and confessed the crime. Mort of the money has been recovered. At* fattened Cake. Coli MUIA, & C., June ll—Sometime ago Farmer J. H. Heaves, of Marion, pot poiso n .I sake about bis barn to kill rats A few days ago his two little sons, aged I aud 6, while play tag In the hay loft found and ate some of the cake. They were taken violently ill, and on* of them bas since died. It la feared the other tittie ted low (sui not recover gear Childre* Drowsed. Rim k Inland, His., June 1L--Maggie Raker, aged IO, buda, Alfred end Charlie Heil*, aged », 7 and * yes re respectively, were drowned at Rapid City. They were boating, and running against a snag the I mat was capeisad and the children throwu into th# water All bodice, except that at Charlie Beth have bean recovered    ________ Nua Lafe Sr# Wba’ll Suffer. Cut-ins SIA, 8. C.. June IL—The Lexington grand jury has brought in a true bill Acale** th# Sal# of Liquor*. WamiimoTom City, June IL—Mots* of Massachusetts has introduced in tbs house a bill prohibiting the **1# of toto*listing WI, B, -------------------- liquor* upon ell grounds on which are Jo-    itin#t F c c*ugbm*n aud Pierce G. . ated exhibition sud expo*:) nm building* Tajiuetor th# Vj itching of Willie Lapin art in jail last month, (ted Unman ta will j alw be handed in agaiust G. L. Graham and W. Miller for perjury in coonaclion with the toaptoart case. for which appropriations sr# made by the mvsrnmsat Tbs sam* MU was introduced in th# sens ta “by request" by Blair. Mast De bael ta I Mange. Wash I mot* dr CtTT, June ll —The secretary of th* treasury has Instructed lh* collector af th# p«»rt of San I’ran cisco to send back to China fifteen Chinamen who mitered th# United State*. (revert.iM«*ot ( otloa Crop It* p«.ri. WAKUMOTO* CITY, June IL- Th# ila-partinttii of agriculture'scotta* trop report Tor Jute shows s I r„.- luercAw IU the acreage planted in nearly every cotton-p*' <duciug *tate A Wa at sa llurswd to U»*lii )>k a ism V* Mass., June IL- Mrs Maggie O'Donnell, ag^d St, poured broma# upon A Very Material Difference In tire Last Ten Tear* Canned by Irrigation In the Wr»t — Lx-Al.lcrman IV a mon, of the Fenton* I lo. Mi I* Fatally Injured — Meeting u( Teatpernnee Women — Horrible Dt-nth from Hydrophobia. Nxw YoUK, June ll —K B. Dunn, alg uaj service observer of New York, lectured on the change In our climate and its cause* before the Academy of Science He said our climate bad changed materially in tbs past ten years. It was mainly due to the irrigation of the vast area* of nrld plains of Utah, Colorado, Wyoming arid otiier •tate*. The greater part of our st onus arose In the filer rn Nevada aud Rocky mon lite kin. They sought the medium of Isas I resistance in pacing eastward and they pa*n the irrigated plain* Iii prefer* eoce to the arid region of northern Texas, New Mexico and thereabout* -in they go tty the lakes on the »*mr law an I pa**Into t he ocean north of New York. ThU censed warm currents to aet toward un from the south. Formerly the storm* passed further sou til and drew th • cold air down from the north. FOR 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, hs follows, 60x120, $1200; 60x120, $1,000; 63x120, with rock foundation, included, $1,350. Magnificent River View to each lot They Cam Hoi Agree. Cliiiix«ATi, OMO, June ll.—A Ti mea star Carrol 11, rn (Ky.) distich says th* Sixth congressional district convention has taken #iity-ou* ballata up to uoon adjourn meat for a candidate ta plat*, of M r < sri id#, but J is rn* I# no progress Mr. Berry, of NqHpurt, Ira U with twenty-one rots* Lull Trip ox a Bicycle. SEDALIA, TMO, june IL—Frank S. Weaver, of New H* *n. Conn., who is making a trip from that city to Mao Francisco on a bayete, ha* arrived here. He *. Un.   ere MOV, b,r n^uo. I jjtag*WO V lier drew snug bt fire aud she wa* miles, or an ****** of over forty antes here burned to death. and three children. bb* leave# a husband a day ti no* he loft New Haven, April 81st OTHER GOTHAM NEWS. IG-Here la Moral Suasion. New Yoke, June IL—About fifty tem penance women who do not approve of political method* in temperance work formed an organisation Monday at th# Allen hon*#, on Broadway. Mrs. Jam#* Fairiuuu, wife of a prominent Republican, was elected president; Mias Fairman, see* rotary; Mise O. II. Holden, treasurer; Mrs EJ. I’hiniiey, of Cleveland, and MU* C. C Alfred, of Brooklyn, we e tit# leading speaker... Tbs ladle* generally fa*or woman suffrage, but do not support th# I’rohllrttioo roortltuii.m:ii am mid ii tent and do not advocate pro! i its'ion in any way. Tell ll.-arette tie W heel*. New *ork, June ll.—Ex Ahi. rmwn Janie* Pearson, of th •,* latent of IWM, WB* fatally injured by (wing run over by the ai p rn express from Jersey City on til# Erie railroad. 8iu<e the spring of IHWi the ex alderman ha* been out on toil and iieen living with his lam-ily at Paterson, N. J. He got on the wrong train, and arcing his mistake, atte tufted to jump on a mo.dug train for I’a ie re ti t, wit rn he I. ii beneath th* wheel* with the abote re. ult. Went llihtux aud Ar* Dead. New Yon*, June IL— John He bin Ult, John II. Kinu, and Mathias J. 1*011.*k, all of Williamsburg, hind shoat at Uaaavwi.-, Saturday night, and start#«l od a fie.dug expedition down the liny. Sunday inurn- j irig their boat waa teuiud floating I* i’m n tide up midway between Canard# a id Roekaway, Htnc# then Kinn'* balr Has floated ashore, ami IMM mumm to to ne doubt that all three were droua I .luting the severe gale Saturday night. Died of tty.tropb. bi*. New Yobk, June ll.—A French Cana diau, aged Al, Edmund <, a farm 1 laborer of Harris) .tie, R L, died at Bel levo* hoe pl tai of hydrophobia He cam.* toro to be treated by Dr, GI bier according to the Pasteur m.ubod, bat tto malady was too far sd Minced. I an *.\Urns begau at 8 o'clock Monday morumg and la*t«d until 3.31 p. in., when death resulted (loin | exhaustion.__ A Vinery fur Labor. New Your, June ll.—Walking Delegate Owens of th* Building Trade* mao-ciatiou says that n signal victory has b en wv»n by the surrender of Deck, Martin A Ca, suppliers of building materials. Over 1,G0U strikers hare rem rue. I to work owing to the concessions ii ok ie by th* tirui which baa been fighting th* union* for tto past three yes re __ __ C»Hi|jllBitsU fur a I ast,nos Collet lur. NKW York, J UU* U.-ii i retary Win-dom has written Collector tom- ; plimenttng him and Surveyor Lyon on the marked lucres.** in the collection of duties on passengers' baggage ujion the wharf at this port. Th* increase is 36 jier cent. per capita in April, and to per rent, per capita iu May. IV .••lr rn I stoa Divides.!. New York, June IL—Toe executive committee of the Western Un Iou Telegraph company met and recommended tto declaration of the regular qti irleriy dividend of Ijf Lier c ut. Tto d. rector* will meet and will deciare the din lead aa recommended. Opera Butine Destroyed. HT. J.*iiNa, (juv., June IL-- liisck eOpeta house was destroyed by fire at midnight I Monday night Gorton’* New Ori.-ai.s bi I oat reb, gave an entertainment there in : the evening and left ueariy ail their cf- j feet* in tto building Itoy were also I burned Origin of the fire unknown, lass, about tlo,OUI. T'slally shul III# tilfe. San Francis.ii, June IL—Michael (Ionian, a wap maker, shot, and it la belu-v.d, uiortaliy wounded his wl»*g .M try. They have been married fur about h \t-ii years, : but were never happy tog titer. Tto shoot- j lug woe tto culmination of j. xiouay and domestic trouble# Uooian sui rendered to th# police. A Mew Ii ahs fur C*hteaa<*. hruiS'.nKi i». His, June ii.—The secrw tory of a’c ha# issued a license for the teem p .rat iou of I to Farmer^ aud Mc. hau tea’ reiving aud I ammi a#*>ociaiion at Cb lea- ; go, capitaT stack, lh»,IAU,UUU. I to mcor-porot.*is an ll E. Chandler, E 8. lioyrn* t«m, F. M. 1 'hapmau and other* — -    —    s A Megvjr Tai lure. i’ls.x I PKN- R R I, June IL- The Ur.* ental Mill* compatty have made an aa ligament to Ha mud Ame*, altoru.-y at ; law Tto firm t*roam« <mU.rr. » «l a month ago There are lumwuiwi debt# of RfiiXuuu and quick aaset* valued at |1X4. dW). Alb fed Int. U'Lar^ Arr«*t«-d. NuMWaik, ohio, June ll -Frank Brown, of Olean, this county, h#> be n arrested, charged with setting fire to the skating rink in this city in repteinter, IRM, which caused a great confiagrati«>u He was planed under ••'JU bond* The Liberty National bauk of I btu. burg, Pa, capital BM),OOO, ha# bant authorised to eommeoe* bosioe-rn. Thirty acre farm 2 1-2 miles southeast of Brighton, all in cultivation. Four room frame-housA, Collar, Barn, Fog) Granarv Smoke-house. Well, Cistern. Will sell for less than $35 per acre. * Money to Loan, Gorse? k Mn, I BA street. ARE ACKNOWLEDGED TUP Simplest, Most Lasimg and Economical. REMAINS Unchanged through Years riuaac don’t Im* gullcil tutu trying «*\|M*riiii«*iit»l stuvm, OLI Cher HOO now lu use In our fit}. HITS & HAMILL 315 Belle Hi. A. J. HOWELL DKAUKK IN CARPETS, CURTAINS, OIL CLOTHS, RUGS, &c. Our Prices WILL BE FOUND LO AZER-Considering Qoalhss and Styles*- Than in adv other house in Alton. In consequence of Urn (.HEAT EXTENT of our SALES we are enabled til do Ii '-incas on a VERY CLONK MARGIN nod it is a recognised fact that we handle by far LARGER QUANTITIES OF GOODS THAN ANY OTIIER HOUSE IN THE CHY. slime slurs. I ain now receiving a large and vane I stock of Cloths, In all the prevailing alia lea, for Spring Suits, sr bi cit I am prepared to make up in tbs Most Fashionable] Styles, GUARANTEEING A Perfect Fit, PteasonabL Rates and Complete Satisfaction. H. C. G. Montz. 112 Third st. ;