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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - June 11, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON DAILY TELE VOLUME 29 WEDNESDAY EVENING JUKE 307 DB ENOS 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 constant supervision of the physician 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 theUnion 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 audits compounds are provided as may be required by pa in addition to such other treatment as may be deemed A LARGE SOLARIUM For Sun Baths and exercise in cold and inclement is Each patient is thoroughly examined by and receives hie daily personal FOR THE RECEPTION OF For further information address ENOS at the corner of George and Third NT IE GLOBE Guarantees THE GLOBE Guarantees Goods or Honey HE GLOBE a Larger Assortment and Complete Stock You owe a Duty to Yourself to Call 13VK11 AND ANON trt i Action of the Senate on the Sil ver FIVE IHHOTE RULE AFTER The Ifiiunu silver Inferred to Mio Committee im The Day In the Lower of National lsls laturo Ci lor Scfgeaiitat Arum Cmuulnys Tho Turin Other Ciijtltnl WASIMSOTOH Juno In the senate Tuesday tho houso silver bill was referred to tho committee on The senate agreed after 2 oclock debate on the diver bill shall bo continued under the llvominuto No time has been flxcrl for a I hi nibs Amendment Plumbs amendment that no funds available for tho payment of the public debt including such as are kept for tho re demption of United States notes shall be retained in the treasury in excess of was amended on motion of Harris by adding to It the words provided that the gold and silver coin and gold bullion in tho treasury ou which gold and silver certificates have been issued shall not be considered available for any purpose ex cept the redemption of such A Faulty In opposition to Plumbs amendment Sherman said the effect of it would be to leave only a working balance of 000 in the He regarded the amendment very because it disturbed funds pledged by public faith and because it would require the secretary of tho treasury to carry on the Operations of the government with a work ing balance of Proceedings In tlio The house passed the senate bill amend ing the internal revenue so as to au thorize the commissioner of internal rev enue to formulate rules and regulations by which beer may be carried direct from the vats to tho bottling department with out passing through the intermediate process of being drawn into Senate bill was passed changing the present sys tem of drawback on exported beer and fermented liquors and permitting their exportation in bond in the same manner as CAPITAL Spring and Winter Wheat WASHINGTON CITY June The statis tical returns of June to tho department of agriculture include preliminary estimates of the area of both spring and nud its While several states increased the area of winter wheat last the heavy reduction by plow ing and planting in other to re place the winter killed wheat in and to a limited extent in two or three other has reduced the acreage in every wheat growing state of any prom inence except Kansas and The percentages represent tho actual area now growing In com parison with the acreage harvested last year and include all that was seeded lost fall except what has been replaced by other The general average is a reduction of per of lost years winter wheat Flunty of WASHINGTON June sergeantratarma of tho retires on the 80th instant by The candidates for the position so far as announced ore of Maine of Connecticut of Dela ware of Pennsylvania of lown of Nebraska of who have been heretofore and Lester of It is possible that the caucus may go further in the reorganiza tion of tho senate than the sergeantat arms but of this there is no official no The Tariff WASHINGTON June The Repub lican members of the senate commit tee on finance at their meeting Thursday morning went through the wool and silk schedules of tho and took up tho sundries None of the schedules have been turned over to the Democratic members It is said this is due to the fact that none of the schedules have re ceived final action from the Tho Republicans have not determined whether they will make an elaborate re port on thu bill or The Heiinopln Canal WASHINGTON June Senators Allison anil Furwoll and members of the house from Illinois and Iowa appeared be fore the senate committee on commerce In support of tho appropriation of to begin work on the Honnepin canal pro ject contained in tho river and harbor The item was rutalund in the only 1 that of Senator Mag cast against It in the Veterinary of the WASUIHGTON Juno The houso military affairs committee has or dered a favorable report on a bill to estab lish a veterinary corps of the Tho bill for tho construction of a national road from Washington to Mount Wtti reported adversely to tho committee from a suboommittcoiind further action on It tJia Sale of WASHINGTON Juno Morse of MMiaobuuotts bos Introduced in the house bill prohibiting tho sale of Intoxicating liquors upon all grounds on which arc lo oawd exhibition and exposition for which are made by the The bill was Intro duced in tho seuate by ruqueat by Oo toael to WASIIINOTOH Juns secre tary of the treasury bos Instructed the collector of tho port of San Vranojuco to send back to China fifteen Chinamen who entered tho United jovarniiieiit Cotton Croji WAMUNUTUK Juno do uurtiutnt uf ajjricullnrws cotton crop port for Juno shows tt laruu tooreiuw In fhoncwgo planted In nearly every cot towpriduclug A WDUIIIU Iliirnvd to June Maggie aged poured koorseue upon tho flro lu her cook at hor renldenoe Her flre she to She leaven a hml PRINTERSJVt ThirtyEighth Annual Seulon of In tornatlonal June thirty eighth annual session of the International Typographical union was called to order by President with over 140 delegates representing Canada and almost every state in the Among the delegates are two ladles Miss Taylor ot Cincinnati and Miss Qual trough of The morning ses sion was devoted to tho work of organi sation and the appointment of commit The afternoon session was a short one taken up with routine The most important action was tho passing of resolutions Indorsing the ChaceBreck iurldge International copyright and directing Secretary McClevey to com municate the same to the president of the Ben a to and the speaker of the bouse of The resolutions urge congress to pass the bill as originally In including the typesetting and nonimportation Accident to Oborlln June students of Oberlin college who were in Oberlin college base ball team about the city in a parade to the ground and before they were aWe to rise were run over by a band wagon contain ing about thirtyfive which wasi following immediately after the carriage in which tho ball players were The horses were and although every effort was made to stop they could checked until after the heavy vehicle had passed over the AH of them were and three of John Ellis and are so badly injured that it is feared they can not Ulot at June a riot was reported from where some men of the place became involved in a bloody fig it with some employes of Bob bins A large number partici pated iii the which resulted in many broken heads and severe After a desperate struggle partial order was finally It is reported that a special police force was appointed and patrolled the streets armed with Great excitement is reported in the Several men were severely Counterfeiters June the past two weeks a room on the fourth floor of the Olive has been used as headquarters by a gang of expert coun Early Tuesday morning the police raided the room and arrested two of the mra most actively engaged in the They gave their names as Fred Baxter and John A complete outfit of for counter feiting purposes was found In the The police expect to make more arrests in connection with the Not the Man Who Bobbed June paying teller of the First National of the only man who saw the robber plainly at the time visited the jail at and failed to identify Mansfield King as the man who robbed President Moffutt of It is thought the requisition papers will bo returned The opinion is freely expressed here that King is a consummate It is probable that a commission will bo appointed investi gate his Fustcil Three Months and June after living without solid food for ninesix died alibis fast his only sustenance was soda Pre vious to the death of the boy a council of physicians was and all united in pro nouncing It a case or paralysis of the stom ach and Some years ago the lad suffered n fall and was never In perfect health A Chicago Merchant June the dry goods died at his home at 46 Loomis He 41 years old and was a native of He was in the dry goods business in and coming to About a year ago Tuohy caught a which developed Into He leaves a wldowflpdflve Oonfenned HU FKEDEttiCKTowSj June dan aged 28 a shiftless character of this and Jon telegraph operator on the Iron have been arrested for robbing the raall carrier olf tSjOOO jjear La on WatUeh down and confessed of the money has Ate Poisoned June time ago Farriler of put poisoned oake about bis barn to kill A few days ago his aged 5 and while playing In the hay found and ate some of the They were taken violently and one of has since It Is feared the other little fol low can not 1our Children ROCK June aged and Charlie aged and 8 years were drowned at Rapid were und running against aiiog the boat was capsized and the bhipreh thrown Into the All ex cept that of Charlie Solb have been recov Now Seu Wholl June The ton grand jury him brought In a true bill agalint Caugbman and Pierce Taylor for the lynching of Willie Leap hoart lu jull last will also be haudud in against Graham aud Miller for perjury In connection with the They Can June Times Star Carrolltou dispatch says tho Sixth congroxiilonnl dlntrivt con von t Ion has taken sixtyune ballots up to uoou ad journment for a candidate In place of butftis mudii no of loads with twentyone LoV git N f Jouo of Now who in mukliig a trip Irom that olty to San Fran clsooona han arrived He U lajiopd health ridden nearly 900 Qr MjiyMiiai forty A Lecture by Signal Service Observer Dunn ON THE CHANGE IN OUR A Very Material In the Last ten Ciiniied by Irrluntlon In the Went KxAMurmnn of hit lioodio Fatally Injured pi Tcniperauon Horrible1 Death fmui NEW June nig service observer of New lectured on the change In our climate and Its causcg before the Academy of Hesaid our climate had changed materially in the post ten It was mainly due to the irrigation of the vast areas of arid plains of Wyoming and other The greater part of our storms Arose In the Sierra Nevada and Rocky They sought thu medium of least resistance in passing eastward and they the irrigated plains In prefer ence to the arid region of northern New Mexico und Jo they go by the lakes on the sump law ana pass into the ocean north of Now This caused warm currents to set toward us from the Formerly the storms passed fur ther south and drew the cold air down from the OTHER GOTHAM Believe In Moral NEW June About fifty tem perance women who do not approve of political methods in temperance work formed an organization Monday at the Allen on James wife Of a prominent was elected president Miss sec retary Miss Hoi treasurer of and Miss of the leading The ladies generally favor woman but do support the Prohibition constitutional amendment and do not advocate prohibition in any Fell Jicuoath the NEW Juno James of he boodle board of was fatally injured by being run over by tho express from Jersey City on the Krio Since the spring of 1880 the exalderman hat been out on bail aud been living with his fam ily at He got on the wrong and seeing his at tempted to jump on u moving train for when he fell beneath the wheels with the above WantFlnIilnj Are NKW June John John and Muthias all of hired a boat at Saturday and started on a fishing expedition down the Sunday morn ingtheir boat was fouud floating bottom side up midway between Cauarslu Since then Kians lus floated and tliuru suonm to bo no doubt that all three drowned during the Revere gale Saturday Died of NEW June A French Cana aged Edmund a farm laborer of died at Belle vue hospital of He came here to bo treated by Jlbicr according tb the Pasteur but tho malady was too far Paroxlsms began at 0 oclock Monday morning and lasted until when death resulted from A Victory for NEW Juno Walking Dele gate Owens ot the Building Trades asso ciation says that a signal victory has won the surrender of Martin suppliers of building Over strikers have returned to work owing to the concessions marie by the firm which has been fighting the unions for the past throe t Compliment for a NEW June Secretary Win dom has written Collector Erhardt com plimenting him and Surveyor Lyon on the marked increase in the collection of duties on patuengeni buggpgo upon tho wharf at this The Increase is 88 jior per capita in und 6J per per capita in Wontern Union NEW June Tuo executive committee of tho Unloa Tole roph company met and recommondud the oclitrutiou of the regular divi dend of per The directors will meet and will declare tho as reu Opera tlotme June Blacks Opcia bouse was destroyed by fire at midnight Mouday Clorlous Now minstrels gave an entertainment therein the oveuiug and left iiuarly all cf foctH in tho building Thuy wore also Origin of tho iru IXSH about Fatally 11U SAN Juuo Michael Con n and It IH mortally woundud hlu Tiiuy have boon marrlud for abuiit KUVUII but wuro novcr liuppy The shoot ing was the culmination of juulonuy and domestic Coiilan tiiirrouderud to the A Hisvr llauk for Juno Tho sccro tury of tluto has issued a llcouso for tho incoipoiuvlon of tho ami Mvchun ios bavliig and Loan amioulutiun at Chica go capital iho incoi porotors aiv Hnyu Ohupmun aud A Heavy June Ori ental MIIH uoinpany havo iiuulo an as slgtiinunt to Buinuvl uttornuy at Thu firm wcumu oinbiirniMnuil u month Thuru are unitoouiod dobU of and usituU valued at Alloyed liHiiMIiuv Juno ot this IIHH butii charged with setting lire to llio bkutlnn rluk lu thin oily iu which caused a great He unduv Tbt baak of Eight room Frame good Cis Sink in Magnificent river Lot 50x120 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 Granary Will sell for less than per to ARE ACKNOWLEDGED THF Most Lasiing and REMAINS Unchanged through Years Flense dont be gulled into trying experimental Over 3OO now tu use In our 0 315 Belle 1 HOWELL WtALEB IN OIL WILL BE FOUND LQWERConsidering Qualities and Styles Than in any other house in In consequence of tho GREAT EXTENT of our HALES wo are enabled to do Business on a VERY CLOSE MARGIN and it is a rec ognized fact that we handle by far LAMER QUANTITIES OF GOODS THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE mm I am now roouwing a Urge and vario 1 stock of in all the prevailing for Spring whioli I am prepared to make up in the GUABANTEBLNG A Perfect Fit Reasonable Rates and Complete 112 Third   

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