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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - June 12, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON DAILY VOLUME 29 THURSDAY JUNE 308 k A Scheme to Establish netic Enos 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 yearfl has convinced him that all diseases can be managed more successfully in an institution of this under the constant supervision physician and with the aid of means not other wise at commandj than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers at intervals of several or The position of tSe 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 and its 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 PENDING IN THE Guarantees THE GLOBE Guarantees Goods or Money THE GLOBE Has a Larger Assortment and Complete Stock You owe a Duty to Yourself to Call EVJ5H AN I ANON It In a Chlingn Kutcrpflne and 000 AVnntntl to Carry It Through 8onullilnx Alioit llic The Ilc ml Cilucitu Successor to BcrgcnntatArnis Cnnnday Cnplttil City Notes of WASHINGTON Tlioiwhenio to cstnillsU autmln of fotiotlc sclioola throughout the country bids fair to be carried to a successful and that Chicago will in the field seeijis to IKS generally Tho bill appropri ating for the establishment of these BchooU is now pending before the house and will certainly have a hearing before the present session has been con Senator Farwoll and Congress men Mason and Lawler are deeply inter as are the majority of the senators and and are lending their aid to the successful passajji of the bill with an enthusiasm It is a Chicago enterprise purely and is being pushed vigorously by Charles the secretary of the United States Fonetic He is now here and doing yeo man service in the To a corre spondent Story said that ho wished it distinctly understood that any criticisms or objections to the old and numerous methods of fonetic spelling heretofore of fered to the public donot apply to the new ffeclence of Not Like the Old The old fouetic continued merely drop a few silent let ters here and merely lop off or trim down a few of the worst excrescences from the old pagan system of The science of spelling constructs all the words of all the languages by rule and leaves out all the silent Tho old socalled fonetic spelling is no more like the science of spelling than an Irish wheelbarrow is like a locomotive or a mud scow like a Cunard There is no kind of resemblance or Those old plans are mere mere tinker mere hacking and They only prop or attempt to the and crumbling methods of the pagan The science of spelling builds a new and modern structure in place of the old erecting the same on the solid rock foundation of science and common with all the modern ap pliances demanded by our own land and Children can learn as much spell ing in one using the rules of sci ence as their as they are now learn ing in two This has been proved many times in Let the critics first inform themselves about the science and then blaze The science can stand all the intelligent criticism they can offer in a thousand Praised by Professor The speaker also stated that he had re ceived a letter from Professor of in which that wellknown divine and learned man highly praised the idea of establishing fonetic He hoped that the appropriation would be and as soon as In writing on the subject the1 professor said that the Intro iuction or invention of electricity and s en in and invaluable Inno to the fondle sys tem o would be when 8ieuillished as to be in general In Itoftwsor Swing grew quite enthu siastic on he The bill and other questions now under will preclude a hearing of the ic bill for at least a week or ten concluded Mean time I will be busily at work at CANADAYS Itopulilicun Scnntori Select a Man for Ser WASHINGTON June The Re publican held a caucus Tuesday evening to choose a successor to Sergeant atArms who has handed in his to take effect June A numbers of candidates were presented to the caucus but the votes for almost all of them were The lead Ing candidates for the place were of and Silas of The flght had been between them for some al though Deputy SergenntatArms Charles of has had a good fol Bailey was the candidate of guuator Quay while Valentine con trolled most of the strength of the lad by the senators from his own There were forty senators present at the The candidates put in nomina tion were of Nebraska of Pennsylvania of Maine of Minnesota of Iowa of Connecticut of and of Valentino The votes on the flrst ballot were scat tered widely but on the second the strength of the leading was concentrated and receiving 83 votes to BaileyB 13 was declared the choice of the Valentino was born ID Juno He was for many yinrs a He did honor able service during the He located tn Nebraska in was appointed regis ter of the land office at Omaha in 1800 ghortly afterward was admitted to the bar and practiced law until 18T5 when he WUB olocUd judge of the Sixth judicial in that position until he WM elected to the Fortysixth WM three Union reelected to congrew from the Third Nebraska The position of sergeantatarms IB one of the tnost important in the geantat arms is the executive officer of tbo senate and doorkeeper The place carries n salary of and a great dual of valuable lu Soimtu WASHINGTON June The senate seimtu bill extending the criminal Jurisdiction of the circuit and district oourUtotlio groat and their con necting NorrlU from the com tuiUtH on finance reporUxl back favorably and with Minidry the house silver hill and uuvn Umt would wxw it la auiwurt tor DHL Tmiwimto silver WUwuttum takoa The housu has agreed to the confuHilico report on tho senate dependent pension Tim Sllror June Tne ltuw on flnitnM BOOM Mil with important Tbx pro vision making the certificates to bo tamed i legal tender is struck out also tho pro vision making the certificates redeemable lu bullion on demand st tbo option of secretary of the treasury also the section providing that when the market price of sllvarls II for groins silver it shall be lawful to receive bullion for coinage and purchase of silver bullion shall be A new provision WM added limiting tho operation of the proponed law to yearn from the date on which it takes Foreign to WASHINGTON Juno de partment of state has been officially ad vised of the issue by the SpunlsUlfovern mcnt of a royal article 14 of which states that foreigners emigrating to the island of Cuba an colonists or field work ers introduce into the without payment of tariff their also two head of horses or and four head of small live The sons of such emigrants are exempt from military pro vided they work four years ae agricultural SEEMS A PERILOUS Something Akin to Hypnotltta and Effect In Two June startling novelty in the education 9t girls is a course of mind which is a part of the curriculum of Lowell semin ary at Although mentioned in the catalogue It escaped publW lioMee until several of the students who reside in Newton succumbed to something akin to nervous caused by the Two Olrli Two girls were taken seriously 111 some six mouths and have since tin der mesmeric influence a greater part of the lying on their beds unable to move a except for the occasional opening of the they bear every appearance of being The family physiciai becoming called in several experts in nerv ous but all medicines and the most careful and attentive nursing has failed to arouse them from their state of How Concentration b A portion of the instruction is to place the student prone on the and while in this position the instructor commands the student to allow her entire nerv ous and mental system to relax and become absolutely beyond thought or control This which is an essential point in the Instruc must ba so perfect ttiat when the in structor lifts an or a or a fin it falls as if entirely Refuse to Accept Their Share June Methodist now in session has adopted a resolution expressing its refusal of any shore of the awarded the Protestant denominations in Quebec in connection with the settlement of the Jesuit action un expected and will place the Quebec govern ment in a queer position Thonglf the Jesuits for a century had pressed their claim for compensation for the confisca tion of their property by the no statesman gave it a moments considera tion until Premier Mercier appeared on the The compensation awarded amounted to nearly of whichthe Catholics received More About That June partic of the circus riot at Kllsworth that the trouble was tegun by some Ellsworth toughs who insulted a female trapezist then assaulted Her husbnnd came to the rescue and both were jumped on by the hoodlums and brutally Tho woman was knocked down and kicked in the stomachand may not Tile other elrcws men1 then took a hand as the Ellsworth police refnsedto arrest the assailants The primary cause was the unrestricted sale of liqnor intown during the stay of Failure on the Chicago CaiCAOOi June firm of Robert Warren pass the clearing house in the Wheat and short both of whlohvaft icles the firm was a heavy dropped sharply in price when the failure became generally The assets and llabijl ties are not Warren said that be could have sold his wheat at the prices ruling about two weeks ago to net him but the decline of the last few days had ruined Heavy Mobbery of June Jew elry store of at Gloven Fulton was broken Into by and Jewelry to the amount of was stolea The articles taken consisted of 200 old watches left by cus tomers to be 400 now gold and sliver time rings and a num ber of and All the solid gold In the place were The burglary work of CUM Day at June class day exercises of Vassor college began in the college chapel and the little hall Mlw Matr thews of was marshal of the day Ilelene of Fenn class orator Katberlhe of historian Mlw Carrie Vox of and Grace of tree ituleii Off the Trotting June board of stewards of the Grand Trotting circuit met here Tuesday and arranged the schedule for the coming After duwussttJK thoroughly the the board ruled off of all ctr cult tho together with George Bo and Pitte burn iiilmittud to the UoUirt WalUov UnmitM to NEW June of IwpMtor have arrived here on tlio Saratoga from Ha Tlmy hail In their custody liobert Wallace and the two men who robbed The Wallace Monthly Magiwinu of The men fled to Cubauuder aiuuined and the de tdctlvuB had coiuiituraUletltillculty getting eattradltlon Appeal to Democrats by The Rocky Mountain GIVE THE SOUTH AND WEST A SHOW Tliu of Juno the the ourVeeM June 1 were luued to nlxty of the of fourteen lowiU wsro and Strong Ironnil Against Old Nomination of Hither Cleveland or Hill for the r res iliency In Hundred imdScvcn Taken for Carlisles Sue oeMor Meeting of the South DnkotM Democratic Juno Hocky Mountain the leading Democratic paper in the contains a double leaded editorial which takes strong grounds against the nomination by the national Democracy of jollier Cleveland or or any other New York mnn for The News states that this de sire is not the outgrowth of hostility to either of these but the atti tude of the party ingoing to New York fur a candidate ever since the war has soo the the south wrst have boon compelled to New and with New York to Wall Mew Controls the Until these bands are broken tho Demo cratic party can never claim to be what its founders made Since 1873 the country has been suffering from the evil of silver It was partially restored by Democrats in and ever since the masses of the party have favored Its complete The tariff issue is insignificant in importance to this finan cial the west and northwest are in favor of the restoration of York alone dominate and controls the whole party in this great ilnancial Democrats in congress are al most a unit for free In national conventions this candor vanishes in su perstitious fear that only a New candidate can bo A Fatal New York will never cost its vote convention for one not bound in boil gold to Wall Even licforo land was inaugurated ho country with a letter in opposition to Sil If Cleveland or Hill were nominated neither could escape from his Wall htrcet The convictions of thp Louis convention which Cleve land were The Democratic party by conceding it run win success only through a New York ad mits falnl weakness and almost merits de The Xews concludes by an appeal to the party to give the west and south a POLITICAL Union TlcUut In LITTLE June Union Labor party of Arkansas met lu convention and alKutthirtysix Dele gates were representing thirty three out of seventylive The following state ticket was Fizer secretary of Pitman O Jones treas Andrews land Cox Birming ham attorney Chambers commissioner of South Dakota I r June South Dakota state Duniochitic convention opened shortly 11 nalock with forty two counties by 2ttj riilluUUie minting to or referring to thu tragic deiith late chairman of tht suite central of wits chosen terapornry chair and of sec Carlisles Successor In the June to 1 oclock Wednesday there had been 800 ballots taken at Carrolltou to select a the house to Carlisle without reaching a Hallums name has temporarily withdrawn and Dickinson is how in the the 207th ballot was takenDickinsonwas nominated by accla A Shook for June At the late city election John a won elected councilman from the First Ward by 1 At the regular council meeting Monday Thomas the defeated riled pa pers contesting bis seat Tom Plutt NKW June Thomas was a candidate or honorary membership at a meeting of the Harlem Republican and was MORE TROUBLE AT Two Arreited for Uloohudlng the Street Oar June The Colum bus Street railway made an other effort to start cars Wednesday morning at 10 and tho results and scenes enacted were similar to those on Tho cars had proceeded but a few where thousands had gath ered and the tracks weru blocked with stone and One of the new employes driven off by threats of arrest for re ceiving money undor He had beon bought off by the The women took a big hand In stopping the The mayor was present and or dered thu arrest Of two who were blocking thu Tho aim lit ion was but no one was employes nt some of tliu leading manu factories down and turned out its goon as they learned that cars were to slur Thuir object was to aid tho strik rnlt are June The National Fur niture association met in convention Wednesday morning at re cital Auditorium wHU ooarly in Little business was done Lmyouil the orniulitles of the opunlug rvmling thu min of President ud the appointment of A bunquet will thu convuutluu Kriday Klid uf Juno Wai lace uu motion of Atturnuy Tubur bw vacated ail dUmliwfd thu writ of ha corpus in William In the Witbjwb wreck tiuur of and the live race hor M iy tbem wen 1 O Jrt o jnL L Eight room Frame good Cis Sink in Magnificent river Lot For plendid Building Lots on Fourth as with rock incluieol Magnificent Hirer View to ciach lot Thirty acre farm 2 12 miles southeast all in Four room Cog Granary Will sell for less than per THF Most Lasimg and REMAINS Unchanged through tyflT Please dont lc guU trying experhneutal Over 3OO now In 315 Belle HOWELL DKAUCIt IN OJJL WILL BE FOUND LOWERConsidenng Qualities and Styles Than in anv other bouse in In consequence of tba GKEAT EXTENT of our SALES we are enabled to do Business on a VERY CLOSE MARGIN and it is a rec ognized we handle by far OF GOODS THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE I am now receiving a large and varied stock of in all the prevailing for Spring wuicU I am prepared to make up In the GUARANTEEING A Perfect Reasonable Rates and Complete SatMactioiu 112 Third st
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