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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - June 12, 1890, Alton, Illinois • a"', »ALTON OAT LY TELEGRAPH. VOLUME —■ '• ALTON, ILL., THURSDAY EVENING JUNE 12. 1S!)0. NO. JOH FIJI! ^'FILING IHM Scheme to Establish netic M Schools. Fo- BILL NOW PENDING IN THE HOUSE. It Is rn < hit ago I ut cr prise Mid 950,000, - OOO Are W, <1 ti, t arrjr It Tkrnugli— *kH*»< thing Al*, -it the ''•!». at- The Re |i«ihli. ut tis ,I I sam* ‘iflirtl a Att., i .wit to tei ■ grant-at -Arms I sunday —< *1-11*1 < tty Notes of Interest. WAltntXiToX CITY,Jan* 12.-The scheme to ntai'Ilib k ^;»ln of “fond ic* schools throughout th - cotmtry hills fair to bo carried to a successful Issue, aud that Chi cairo will I* in the field sci-ms to be generally BBdcMuod. The bill appropriating .'0,(100,(Mi foe the establishment of with important amendment*. The provision making the certificates to tat issued I « legal tender la struck oat: alw the pro* ' tatoo making the certificate* redeemable lo bullion ob demand at the option of the we ret ary of the treasury; alw) the section providing that when the market price of silver is Ii for 971.16 grains alive” it shall be lawful to receive bullion for coinage and purchase of silver bullion shall tie suspended. A new provision arms added : limiting the operation of the pro(*oeed now hw to ten veare from the date on which It ink -a effect Foreign Emigrants ta In ha. Wa isixuton City, June Ii The department of Mate baa been officially ad* vised of the Issue by the HpanisU Avertiment of a royal decree, article Ii of which si .'d* h Hist foreigner* emigrating to the Island of Guin as colonists or field workers may introduce into the island, without payment of tariff duties, their baggage, imlenient*, etc.: also two bead of cattle, horses or mules, aud four head of small MIAMI YH Appeal to Democrats by The Rocky Mountain News. GIVE THE SOUTH ANO WEST A SHOW FOR SALE. live stock. The eons of such emigrants ti bool* is im* pending is-fore the    front mtliUry service, pm bouse and will certainly have a hearing before the present session has been con-eluded. Hen at or Farwell and Congreea-nien Mason and fowler are deeply inter- tided they work four years as agricultural laborers. Dr. J. W. Enos Sanitarium, AIjiTON, ill. DB- ENOS announces that he has established in a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the TREATMENT OF ALL CURABLE DISEASES. etal, aa are tbs majority of the senator* and oong- *»nisn, and are lending their aid to th* ttticrcKsful |-n«*agi of the hill with an enthusiasm un** (»*-'-t*d. It is al Chicago enterprise purely and ta being pushed vigorously by Charles A. Story, ! the secretary of the United States Fanatic I company, lie is now bere and doing yen j man service in tim cause. To a contr- J •pondent Mr. Story said that be wished it distinctly understood that any criticisms or objection# to the old and numerous I methods of folic tic spelling heretofore of- I lured to the public do not apply to tin new *cirn<e of spelling. Net Uke the 014 Methods. Th- old blurt ic methods," continued Mr. Story, “merely drop a few silent let- j occasional SEEMS A PERILOUS STUDY. sad Its BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL. His experience during many year* hun ronviwwt him all din can be managed more successfully in an institution of this kind, under the constant supervision of the physician and aith the aid of means not other* wise at command, than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers at intervals of several hours or days. The position of tne .SANITARIUM is high, and the surrounding are free from all noxious influences. It is readily roached by the Second street horse can, and is near the Union Depot. tern here and there— merely lop off or trim down a few oftb« worst exert#* •‘Herm from th*- old pagan system of »|»-iiiiig. The »r let ice of spelling count met* ail the word* of all the laiigmigcn tty rule anti leave* out all the silent Ic* term. The ut I so-called fondu '(telling >- no more like Ute science of spelling than a* Irish wb---d barrow ia like a locomotive en glue. or a mud moo w Uke a Canard steamer There is no kind Something Akin ta Hjrysallim ■effect Im Two Casas. Borrow, Mam., June ll—A Mart ling novelty I* the education el girls is a ©ours* of “mind concentration,' which is a part of the curriculum of Lowell seminary at Auburndale. Although mentioned in the catalogue it escaped public notice until several of the student* who reside in Newton siiccumlsNl to something akin to nervous prostration, caused by th* treatment. Two Girls Seriously lit. Two girl* were take* seriously ill some six months ago, and have since been under mesmeric influence a greater part of the tune, tying on their beds unable to move a muscle, and. except for the opening of the eyes, they tear every appearance of being dead. The family physic!*! becoming alarmed, called iu several • apert* in nervous disease*, but all mr*tv. imw and the most candai and attentive nursing has failed to arouse them from their state of letnnrgy llu« “tssrrstrsOos" Is Taught, A portion of the instruction blo place The building la largo, and arrangement* are aa perfect aa in pow-dbto from id ti .____  ,,    ...    the student prone on Hie floor, and while of resemblance or similarity Those old in this pu'itioa th* instru* tor commands plans an- mere patch work, mere tinker- ^ studeut to allow ber entire nervous sod mental system to re Is* fully, and become ahaoluteiy beyond • knowledge of aamtary science and the requirement* of such an institution. Electricity in all it* forms; Oxygen and its compounds; Baths, Douches, Massage, Inhalation, Nursing, etc., arc provided aa may be required by patients, in addition to such other treat tnent aa may be deemed advisable. A LARGE 80LARI UM For Bun Bathe and exercise in cold and inclement weather, etc., is provided. Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Boos, and receive* hie daily personal attention. Now Ooen FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS. For further information address Dr. ENOS at the SANITARIUM, comer tf George and Third its., Alton. III. I DIB HOUSE SUI I mere log, mere harking and hewing They only prop up, or attempt to Urate. the old. decayed, and ( rumbling methods of the pagan ages The science of spelling builds a new and modern structure in place of the old (mea, erecting t be aam* on the solid rock foundation of schmo* and cm inou mc Dee, with all th* modern appliance* demanded by our own land and time. Children can learn a* much spell lug in cm* month, using th* rule* of sd-as their guide, aa they are now hunt log in two years This has been proved many limes in Chicago. Let the critics first inform themselves *!« >ut th* science and then blase away The aden** eta stand all the intelligent criticism they can offer in a thousand years." I*, alod by l,r«(t»M»r Swin*. The speaker also stated that he had re (sired s letter from Professor Swing, of Chicago, in which that well known divine ami learned man highly praised the idea of fetal halting fondle schools, ll* hoped that the a- propriat ma would I* made, and as mkt-, s • jesdUt In writing on the subject th - prufi 'aor saki that the intro din Hon or Invention of electricity and tho. gbt or control. This relaxation, which is an essential point in the instrue Hon, mu*! be so perfect that when the in strutter lifts an arm, or a limb, or a Anger, it falls as if sntfrely lifeless It* (si* ta Am**! I heir Share. Ottawa, Ont., June lf —The Methodist exwife pence, now in se adon here, bas adopted a iv—elution expressing its refusal of any 'hare of the IPU.CIM awarded th* Protestant denominations in Quebec in connection with the settlement of the Jesuit estates This aet I-rn ta entirely un iijectid aud will place the Qui tier govern-nu-nt in a queer position. Thnngl the Jesuits fora century had pleased their •treng (iron nil Against the Kona I nation el Klther I teveland er HIH far th# Tres- j tdrney Ie lh**—Tee Hundred nndlteven Mel lets Taken for Mr. Carlisle's N« ***#nr — Meeting af th* Month Dakota Henierrntk- t (invention. Dr.vvnu, Colo., Jan* ll—The Rocky Mountain News, the leading Democratic paper in the west, contains a double-leaded editorial which takes strong grounds against the nomination by the national Democracy of wither Clare land or Hill, or any other New York man for president. Th* News states that this de aire la not the outgrowth of hostility to either of these gentlemen, but the attitude of the party in going to New York for a candidate ever since th* war baa we tiwualised the party, the Mouth sud west have been comp died to submit vo New York, and with New York No Wall street Mew lark Cont ret* the tarty Until tbene land* ar* broken the Demo mute party can never claim to be what its founders matte it. Kine* I-CX the country hasbeen suffering from the evil effect-* of ■Aver demonetisation. It was partially restored by Democrats in 1*7*, and ever since the masse* of the party have favored Its complete maturation. The tariff issue kl Insignificant iu Importance to»His Anan rial issue, the south, weal and north wrest are in favor of the rmtorat Put of sliver. New York akule dominate* and controls the whole party in this great financial struggle De rn* M-rat* in congress are almost * unit for free coinage, in national conventions this candor vanish*-* in superstitious fear that only a New York candidate can be elected. A Fatal Hnknm. New York will never cn-t its vote in convenLl*ai for (me not bound in Is>u Is of gold to Wall street. Even I* fore Cleve-* land was Inaugurated he she ked the country with a letter In opp* ai (iou to silver If Cleveland or Hill »- re nominated neither rouId escape from his Wall street environment The convictions of the Si. I xxi is convention which nominated Cleveland were smothered The Democratic party by conceding it mn win mim w ouly through rn New York Dnminw ad mite fatal weakness and almost merits de ! feat, Tile News concludes by an appeal to ; the (arty to give the w«#t and south a I chance. POLITICAL NOTES. Eight room Frame House, good Cellar, Cistern, Sink in House, Magnificent river view. Lot 50x120 For $1,250. 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 claim for compensation for the eon dees Hon of their property by the crown, no |    ml.’f    V    CT»*t*7be" stat-- :nsn pn- It a moment a eo*«irteis-1 ruwn,kMuncr of agriculture, Ii, ll Kl ti-ai until iTeinier Merrier appeared on the scene. The .otnpenw.tion awarded sni iunted to nearly frail.UUU, cd which the Catholics meivri Nut.tflO I el**# I. ,»M.r Tlrkrl I# Arks.,as*. Lirruc Hts K, Ark . Jane Ii -Til* Union Ulnr party of Arkansas met in a* vent iou here. sad ab. ut thirty six delegates were present, representing thirty three out of setrnly five counties. The foli-iwiug etal* ticket wa* nominated: Governor, N I*. Filer: seer-Aery of »• at**. J. M Pitman; auditor, O H Jone* treasurer, J. T. Andrews; land oomi-w-totier, C M. B Cox; .durator, T. M, (’. Du rn. ag rs, __________ ar IMW, t ut la GLOBE IN os st I '-ti • I lie ta arid* r diet the f ten day* -a -rand and invaluable taro t lo bi* rn.( I the “/"netic" ny* "dug won id he far greater. »b n hr-1 ae to be in general u*e. In •** r Swing grew quite enthu i he subject. til biti n*4 Wber questions now .--kin will pre-1ud«- a hearing • ic I .ll* for at least a week or ’ o laded Mr. Htory’- “Mean- More A bout Thai Ureas Blot. lUXOOB, Me., June IX—Further panic nl-.s of the circus rim st ni*tortl silo .» that the tnmUU* wa* beg«in by some KlLworth hmghs who insnPed a /rotate tra;w/i't arid then assaulted her Her *uu t h Labels in or rats. ABKunrkv, H. D , Jour la The Ruth Dakota state Dem '-cr tic couven.’loa op ted shortly aft.- ti o' lark with forty mc counties rcpt.- ii« I by BD il-tegalne. See ret; ry t raincalled th** me* tltu to -»r der, ref- * ring I i tefiv to th* tragic d ath Z. T. lluudtey, isle chairman of tin stale central commute.* Col, M W. Fheafe. of nd came to the re-* ne aud birth w. re * Watertown, wa# chosen tcm|--fury eloir- time I will be Imsiiy al work at home.’ CANADAY 8 SUCCESSOR. Guarantees Prices. I House iii ah THE GLOBE Guarantees Goods or Money Refunded. Rrpul-lkM rtrMturs Select a Maa for Ber-l*Mlat-tra# WahnikuM City. June lh—Th* Republican tenet re held a caucus Tuesday evening lo chou## a successor to Sergeant-at-Arms W P. (anaday. sh-- ha* handed In his rvMignation, to take effect Jan* IU. A numbers of candidate* were presented to th* cs ne u> but the votes for a1 in .at all of them were complimentary. The leading candidates f or the place were E. K. Valentine, of Nebraska, and Silas M. Bailey, of J\ un#f|vania. The fight had been between them for some time, although Deputy Serg*ant-at~Artus Charles 1 K Reads, ai Maine, has had a go.*4 following. Mr. Bailey wa# the candidate of Senator Quay white Mr Valentina continued rn*-rt-J th* strength ii the we«t, ted by the -en at ors from his own *t*fa. There were forty wiatoee preaent at the caucus The candidates put in nomination were Vatennne. of N*»*ra»ka, Bailey, of Pennsylvania; Read**, of Maine. Reed, of Minnesota; Swords, ti low* I iv t tiglon. j impe-l on by the hoodlums and brutally a" .ulted The woman was knocked down aud kicked la the stomach and may not rtruier. Tie other circa* *m»u then took a hand as the Ellsworth pollee refused to arrest the assailant* Tbs primary anna* rn ss the unrestricted sate of liquor In town during the stay of the circus man. mid K. M. O'Brien, of Yankton, secretary I arlUle'* tsetroar I* lh# H#M*e. LobtavibLB, Ky„ June ll-Vp to I o’clock Wednesday there ha*l horn 90S ballots taken et Carrol I ton to select a successor in the bouw to Mr. Carlisle without n*a( bing a conclusion, lisllsm’s name has been tempnrartly withdrawn and D(ckln«oii is n--w in the I em I Later—When the MTth balk* wa* taken Dickinson was nominated by aecia-mation I allure aa th* 4 klsag# Board. CBK*Ann, June Ii.—Tha board of trade firm of Robert Warren A On. failed to pass tin < tearing house in the rn-rntag Wheat and short riba, both of which art ic las th* Aren was a heavy bidder, dropped shandy la price when the failure Wain* gem rally known. The assets and Uablli-tirn an- not known Mr Warren said that he could have sold hts wheat et the Menu ssr last few days had mined him. A HI.a*k for Miaseert. UllMTui, Mo., June 1A —At the late city etectmn John W. ('arter, colored, a Republican, was elected councilman from the Final Ward by I majority. At the Heavy Bobbery af Jewelry. AMHTkKDAM, N. Y.. June It—The Jew-1 dry store of W. D Norton, at Giovern-t fille, Fulton county, we* broken into by burglars, and Jewelry to the * mount of HAMM wa* stolen Th* article# taken consisted of XU old watches left by cue tonier* to be r*-paired, AUO new gold and silver tins* piece*. I,two rings and a aam Gibbons, the defeated candidate, flied paper# contesting his seat. ber of chai us, lockets, and charms. AH of M HU. ~ te. aurata, cm mw* »>«»gco„    . ;,d g-l! artlcte* In the [dec* were ®f Connecticut. U iteon, of Montana, and ’ tt-cair.|. The burglary wa. the work THE GLOBE Has a Larger Assortment and Complete Stock HENCE : You owe a Duty to Yourself to Call Doan, of Delaware lair nil#* fleeted. The vote* on tit* Aret ballot were scattered widely lait on the second the strength of the hading - andelates wa# concentrated and Mr Valentine receiving Ai vote* to Mr. Bath) te l l OS- cteclared the choi-e of the cam us. Mr. Vatentiae was bora la Keosauqua, lo**, June I, tell. Ile was for many years a printer, ll# dbl honorable service during the war He located in Nebraska in teW. wa* appointed register of the tend ofltae at omaha ta I “do, ■holily after* ord a ss admitted to the ber mud practiced law until 1*T& when be wa* el-# ted Judge of the stub Judicial district, ■ervtng in tbs! position natil he wa* ■im.ted IO lh# Forty-Sixth aw grr-w. He was three time* re*decied lo naflMl from tile Third Nebraska district. TU posit! 0 of wrgeaut-at arms Is one of th# in tbs *.-1.alt oun Aerated. ai experts Tam 1*1*14 Bls- k- Hal I ml. NKW You, June ti —Thomas (\ putt, ex-eenator, was a candidate for honorary membership at a mr ting of the Harlem Republican club, and wa# black-halted MORE TROUBLE AT COLUMBUS. I lass Day al Vassar. Pit! <#• XX RYS JU, N. Jane It—The clam day axer*. I- » of Vassar college began Tuesday ta tbs 9-ltegr * hapel and the little hall wa# crowded Mi** Laura Mat thews Hah, of ( hteago. wa* marshal of the day; Mow Helen* Borgman, of Pean Yan, N. Y., (-lase orator, Miss katherine bmith, of IsMtdng, Mich., hl#t rian. Vilas (.'arrie Fox Patterson, of Chicago, class prophet ami Miss Grace RaBMKflPt Kei ley, of ADwny, tree orator. rn ort importantJoi th* aenate    liteg^loh.    th*    board'rated uffef aU ate Beant at onus Is th* exet utire officer of **»    k------- A.-------- Beted ttB th# Trot 11 ag Trash*. Rim BMI TKR N Y , June It —Th* board at etewar-i- of th* Grand Trotting circuit met hero Tuesday and arranged the schedule fur th* comiug esos -a After dterusalng thoroughly the Nsteoa Vobte gaunt al the artiste and dooritaeper a# weiL I he place carr.«*■ a eatery trf 14.Bat annually, and a great deal at valuable patronage. (SVKB ANH AVOIT) at the GLOBE. HILDEBRAND Invites You -AXX. It* Senate and Ms**#. Waah i Ko tux CITY, June It Th* senate passed smote bdl extending th* criminal jurisdiction of the carmit and district Houris to the great lake* sod their cote •acting waters, ll-rrlll from the coui-•nu t on tuuKV rvpo»te«i bock fetorxbly and with -an try amendment* the hots*# aliner MU and aave wnrira that ha would vffw* it is* * ItOtalXM NM ti e #eiiato MU. Tbs senate ei.vvr MU was thru taken up. The bouet ha* agr and to the c af- r*n«* Kl ta Urn senate tie pendent pension yeas 11 nay# VA. cult tracks th# honm* Alcyrunsnd Nelson, together with their owners. <»-orge Hie bens. F L Noble, and ti. H Nelson. Pitta burs wa* admitted to th* aaa* si tun. Bahert W alloo* Hr««(t I ta Kaw York NhW Yi UK, June ll—Two detecUvaa af lrrpectejr Bytuee* staff have arrived bere am th* steamer Saratoga from Ha van* Thar bad in their custody Robert Ii VYaUnoe sad J H. I a-w it*, th* two MM-u who robbed The IVallure Monthly Mngaxine of I-'* •.<*«    Tho men fled to ('nIw under assumed names and (be de te-'tlvc# bad ft-u». ie raid* difficulty getting extradite u papers Th. Meuse atterr Milt. w a sui x< • i > ta City. June ll—Th* a*n-ala commit to* u flnancw ba* reported to the senate the bona* silver bill Th* B. et I, Beata tea. Pita tut I nu A, June ll-During th# the four weeks ended June F chat tem were issued to sixty hrs -t-seuibites of th* HL of L, and Arurteau k« si* were reorganised and reinstated Thirty acre farm 2 1-2 miles southeast of Brighton, all in cultivation. Four room frame-hous*, Cellar, Barn, Cog) Granarv Smoke-house* Well, Cistern. Will sell for less than $35 per acre. Money to Ilioan. Dorsey & Maul, Sill Belle street ARE ACKNOWLEDGED TMF Simplist, Most Las ling and Economical. REMAINS Unchanged through Years IHt-awc tl4>n*( Im- gulled Into trying i-\|>eritii4‘iital stores. Bm Over IHM! nim Iii tun- In our city. PITTS & BAIE Hid Belle Bt. A. J. HOWELL I ti. A UKK IN CARPETS, CIIRT AINS, OIL CLOTHS, RCG-S, &c. I ^ur Prices WILL BE FOUND LOWER-Considering Qjaliiies and Styles- Than in aov other house in Alloo. In consequence of Ute GREAT EXTENT of our SALES we are enabled to tkr Huvioeaa on a VERY CLOSE MARGIN and it ie a rec* (-glazed    we    handle    by far LARGER QUANTITIES OF GOODS TRAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE CII*. Tw* 4 Ills**# Arrested far Biu*hadlaa th* Mtreot 4 sr Yrwchs. Coli MM I, Ohio, JtHM' ll—Tbs Columbus Cun-xdklotcf et lect mil* ay mini* another effort to start cars WelamUy tnorniug et Idn’clock, and th* results sud scenes enacted were similar to thus* aa Monday. The care had po# eeil-d bat a few squares, where th-.usabds had gathered aad th* trarks were blacked with ■tone end rubbtsb Our af th* new    ase pl.,yea    was driven off by threat# of arrest for receiving m-rtt *y under fxbe prcten#**. He ba I bren bought oil by the striker*. TU souk'u took a big IioimI in stoppmg the cora TU ius> <*r was pre ut sud ordered the srrswt ti leu cititotes who were Marking ti** tm tx The Mtaathgl ss* Chn at* mag, hut bo ane wee Ittjuml I be employ.« st wane ti tbs teadmg tnsnu-fact on*- Ho -ed down and turmei nm as eotrti rn they lt-arow! tost ears were to to started. Their object was to aid th* etrik-era Psrwllsr* Moaafsetwree* Meet. Imh iixi. June ll—The Net-ousl Fur* •Bure Man uf aclu mw* atooriarinn met ta eat«evntion Wednevtay morning at re cital hail. Auditorium budding, »‘tu ■earl) !W 'tel* g ite* ta attendnnrw. l ittle busine** was don* beyond the formalities af the iipaatag sesatott. ic .*l ug the tula-Ute* of last tear. lVv-ideut >bgb*s ad dr*##, the *,»p'•»»«-»t of committers, etc A baaqiiet will di##«dve th* con van thai Friday night SPRIK SUITS. I am now receiving a large anti vaned ttock of Cloths, in all tho prevailing simile*, for S>rtiW Sui',l MfcieU I aul prepared lo make up in the Most Fashionable! Styles, GUARANTEEING A Perfect Fit, Reasonable Rates and Complete Satisfaction. H.C.G. Moritz. 112 Third st. Awd af H.    . '* Casa. St BAI t'k N V . Jon I*.- JU u* 'Val tate ut* moi loti of Attorn*')" (ira*rot Tai**# bes vacate^ an I    i tbs writ <*f ha corpn# in Mf ll item K«i;»tnl*r’a ca'* In the Wafaaah wreck user Wxr**ni«-*», Mo , Momlay, J Kaiier. of Cyathiono, Ky . his eon. end th* five race hoi as us nod by them were all kilted Ifii JI* pm ftHii *i y.t filius grp: r iii i ti•ii** I ii ;