Alton Daily Telegraph, June 13, 1890

Alton Daily Telegraph

June 13, 1890

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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - June 13, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH VOLUME 2i>. ALTON, ILL., FRIDAY EVENING JUNE LL 18!M). No. :u>!» Sensational Scene in the Senate Marble Room. TWO AQtD SENATORS IN A RAGE. Dr. J. W. Enos’ Sanitarium, ALTOIST, ILL. DE. ENOS announce* that he ha* entahlinhed In a building purchased for the purport a SANITARIUM for the TREATMENT OF ALL HUBLE DISEASES. BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL. HU experience durng many year* lift* convinced him that all diaeaeea can be managed more successfully in an Institution of this kind, under the constant supervision of the physician and with the ald of means not other* wise at oommand, than when the patients are teen by their medical advisers at Intervals of several hours or da vs. The position of the SANITARIUM is high, and the surrounding are fret from all noxious influences, it is readily reached by the Second street horse oars, and is near the Union Depot. The building is large, and arrangements are as perfect a* Is possible from a knowledge of sanitary science and the requirements of such an institution. Electricity in all its forms; Oxygen and its compounds; Baths, Douches, Massage, Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided a* may be required by patients, in addition to such other treatin’ ut as may be deemed advisable. A LARGE SOLARIUM For Hun Bath* and exert lee in oold and inclement weather, etc., U provided. Each patient U thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and re reive* hit-daily personal attention. Now Open FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS. Fsr further information address Dr. ENOS at the SANITARIUM, co mer of George and Third Ste., Alton. III. ■ mr hie GLOBE Guarantees Prices. iii Aln I THE GLOBE Guarantees Goods or Money Refunded. Stewart of Jtrva.1* Charge* Kragaa of Trial, with Kalnrhood and tho Latter Attempt* t<> I i. IU* rule- The Day’* rroeeedlnK* lo the National Leglsla-tnre—Tho I rgent Deflelency appropriation Vtili Pasted—Capital Calling*. WASH (Nurun Cm, June IS.-The marble room of the amate was almost the SOSOS of a I-at tie royal Wednesday between Senator Reagan, of Texas, aud Senator Stewart. (rf Nevada. Stewart is about TO year* < M, wit h hair arid beard white as snow, Reagan, tbs ex-post manta r general of the Eon federacy, ie 75 year* old, sud weighs about 280 pounds Mr. Reagan was (batling with some friends when Stewart came along. The Nevada senator had just met with a decided defeat in the ll Kb t he ha* made on MaJ. Piwell. the chief of the geological survey, and consequently feels eery tender. Rea gen, on the contrary, Im* been a stanch champion of Powell. As .Stewart pivoted Reagan the latter began chaffing him about his defeat. Mr. Stewart took one or two sample,* of Texas Iswlinage, then wearied of It, and angrily charged Reagan with being a mere tool and puppet of Powell (tangsti Let Del His Hight. Reagan’s wrath arose, and be retorted In good kind Words ran high, until at last Stewart, braids himself with anger, charged Reagan with falsehood. Despite his TS years and 250 pounds, the ancient Texan jumped for the venerable Nevadan, and for a moment it looked as though the two antiques would indulge loan oldfashioned tint tight of the date of INOIX Keegan's arm shot out for Stewart’s rya, but his arm wa* short, and he missed Stewart by a foot. Before Stewart could retaliate, the horrified by standers interbred, and the old gentlemen were carefully led to * >f.v» at the opposite ends of the room and calmed down. I Atar iu the afternoon Mr. Stewart called upon Mr. Reagan and apologised for hie remarks, hut Mr. Reagan haughtily declined to «l*>ak to him. A few hour* later Senator Iieaot managed to make them shake bauds. THE DAY IN CONGRESS. Work of the Nut I.uh,I Law-Maker* at the Capital City. Wa*H IMOTO* OTT, June IX.—In the im tate Thur lay Plait gave notice thai intra wtiau ly after the consideration of the silver hill he would ask the senate to eon--Ider the hill for the admission of Wyom tug as s state. A resolution was agreed t<. calling on the secretary of war for the mud user re|M>rt on the improvement of the harbor of I lo Un lo. House bill was passed for the establishment of new harbor lines In Portage, I jihe Michigan. Davis presented lite conference report on the dependent pension bill. After some debate tbs report went over and was ordered printed, with the hill as agreed to by the conference committee. The silver bill was then taken up ami Evarts addressed the senate. i’fon i-iltnp Im the Hoe**. Iii* *it*nker laid I adore the house a letter from Mills of Texas, resigning his men: be nth ip on the committee on rules to which he was appointed Wednesday. Tht- 11'*.,, isnt iou was accepted and McMillin of T« un*-we, was appointed to fill the vacancy, Tim conference report on the anti-trust bill was rejected. Stewart of Vermin! moved a farther conference with interact ions to the house conisrreee to recede from the house amendment. Agreed to, y* a* IOU, nay* BK, lite conference report on the military academy bill was agreed to. and the urgent deficiency bill appropriating 98,708,-(KIO for the payment of pen skim and CX* (175,tx*I for expenses for th* eleventh census SAD TRAIN INCIDENT. A Von nj (englishwoman Bn Knot* To Married Dying et Consumption. PH I la MLI* in a,J tine 18.-When the bound train on (Im Baltimore and Ohio railway rolled Into the station at Tweuty-f< orth and Chestnut streets at 4:80o’clock in the morning from New York, a porter on one of the -leeper* dashed hurriedly out of the station to an adjacent drug store to have a prescription filled for a young woman whose life was slowly ebbing away In one of the car*. The Poor Girl’* Cml Very Near. While the porter was off on bi* errand, Dr Elliott, of New York, who had been caring for the woman all the way from New York, came oat on the platform and puffed nervously at a cigar. Speak I ag of his patient the doctor saki: *1 found that th* young woman bad Just had a violent hemorrhage of the lungs. I applied local treatment, and gave ber a quieting powder, but I saw that she was beyond medical ald, arid t hat her end was near. She told me that her name was Alice Goodall, and that she had arrived from England Monday afternoon. Going to Meet Her Betrothed. "She said she was on her wag to Chicago to meet a young countryman to whom she bad tieen engaged some time, afd to whom -he expected to be married on her arrival in that city. I have telegraphed to the young matt In Chicago to come on st once and meet us in Washington, where, lf *he is still alive, I will have her removed to the hospital. But I do not think she will survive that length of time." flear«>-Pneumonia In New Turk. NKW Yom, Jane Ii.—Owing to the ex ertions of W. Judson Smith, government agent for the eastern seats* and Dr A. K. I to br rt son, chief veterinary Inspector for New York state picaro pneumonia among ’attle la now confined to the ecu atlee of King* end Queens. Acting on order* received from Secretary Rusk the above officers with other employee of the bureau ran In aud slaughtered 184 cattle found {xixtuml on the commons tu defiance of a recently issued order. Dairymen and dairy women assailed the officers, with paving -tones, brickbats and other nil* -lies while they were driving the cattle away to he killed. The cattle condemned by the veterinary inspectors are appraised aad (utid for by the government Hum Do urn ky a Train. Peoria, III* , June IS.—A fatal aud dte- tr> swing accident occurred at Pekin, ten in.lee I aflow here. Mrs. Hugh Dooley, wife of a miner living on arabia boat, had occasion to go iuto the city on busine**. aud on returning started to cross a railway track Just a* an engine wa* passing, sud -lie was caught and instantly kilted. Her Ixoly was tsrribly mangled her right arm nod shoulder tiring cut off and ber head and the upper part of her body mushed ulnnad into a jelly. Th# dead woman was staut 35 year* of ag*. Th* coroner** jury returned a verdict exoner sling the railway employes from blam* In the matter. Los* of m Lake Vessel. Nutt llri<>tx, Mich., June lh—The steam Large Ryan foundered ten mites north of Port Austin light, Ail hands were waved expect Patrick Mattery, of Buffalo, th* mate Th# Ryan lait Georgian bay towing th* barges Cohen and Journey men. At noon on Saturday the line* {tarted from the barges and at IO o’clock that night the steamer began to teak. Th* water gained fast and the crew took to the boats, with the exception of Slattery Soon after, th# Ryan’s quarter went uuder water aad with a heavy roll sh# I urned bottom aide up and went down. Th* crew looked for Slattery but could not find hint. THE GLOBE Has a Larger Assortment and Complete Stock HENCE: You owe a Duty to Yourself to Call HTBK AMI AKOV) at the GLOBE. HILDEBRAND Invitee You All. Hmm# Belgian GI***-Blowers, WaaaiKQTux City, June lh—The lotion recently introduced in the bouse by Lodge of Ms**achus#tu, asking for Informal Un concerning th# (nae at th* seven imported Belgian gloss blowers who were •ant liack from New York, was ordered to be favorably reported by tbe house committee on foreign affaire. Th# resolution called on the secretary of the treasury for information ss to whether the glass-blowers when returning to Europe had been put off th# Umbria Just outside Bandy Hook In violation of the contract labor law and whether any stops bad lawn taken to bring tbe officer* of the Canard steamship company to justice. letting lllaltM Beffeied Admi**!**. Wanim* oro!* City, June lh—James G. Blaine, Jr., bas teen refused admission to theColumbla Athletic club. Th* club bas nearly I,no mem tars and owns th* ft neat club bouse in th* city Young Blaine, who bas lawn Ut log at home since he left his wife a year ago, was recommended to th* oiub for memtarskip tbe other day by two of bb friend* and in the regular order his application ( aine before the board of governors, which ha* upon it mum of th* most prominent cttlaens of Washington. ; Th# application was quietly rejected. Youug Mr. Blaine la clerk of th* hone* I committee <>n foreign affair*. Vet wed It) the (’.-"•Ideal, Washixotox City, Jane lh- Th* prest* dent has arm to th# hon*# a veto of tho UU for a public building at Tuskaiooan, ▲la. Bleck l>l|,bihari*. Pos* a. Neb., June lh—This place bi threatened with an epidemic of black diphtheria, six or seven cases having been reported to the l> ani of health and two death* having already occurred. The families affected ars cai«fully quarantined aud (.m»tsully guarded A number of Cant Ute* have left the city. Th* mayor will lean# a proclamation forbidding th* holding (rf public meetings and confining all children to their homes I teetered ( "MStltwtiwMel, Ottawa, (IU , Jan# lh—Th# supreme ami* ha* decided the suit brought Infer# it to test the constitutionality of th# Chi-sago drainage aet. The opinion af tbs euurt hi very full, covering fort,, two pages of maun clipt Th# tan is declared constitutional. Ooh* ami Daughters of Veterans. Wamiikotgx, la, Jane lh—Th* sev-entti annual encampment of th* Bom of Veteran* of Iowa began Wed new] ay. Three hundred delegates were in attendance. Th# Daughters of Veterans are also holding their annual meeting and have re pre •a u tall va* from nearly all the camps in the state, the delagate* being designated by dress uniforms and military capa. A camp fire was held la th* Graham opera house last night. Most Leave Their felon. Brrr alo, N. Y., June UL—Mach excitement exist* here owing to the order Issued by General Manager Halstead of the Lackawanna railroad requiring all telegraph operators either to leave th* service of the road or sever their connection with tbe order known as tbs Railway Tete giaphem* union No reasons ar* given for tilts demand, but It la believed th* railroad company wishes to break up th* oaten. ________________ Mala* Kepabtlraaa. Aum st a, Me, June lA.—Chairman Manley of the state committee called the Republican state convention to outer at ll a rn. introducing Hon. F. A Powers, (rf Houlton, as temporary chairman There wi re I 'fib delegate* present. After the turning^ tbs committee Attorney General (J. E. Littlefield moved that Gov #rour Burleigh be renominated by acclamation and be was so renominated. A Meier et Me ray *>« OW* I rd DAV AM-’th I lo#*., June Pi. —Hut iring a Ore In the Mercy hospital, early in the morning, (Rater Mary Irene wa* suffocated in her bed. Th* patten ta and other inmate* suffered no injury. Treadw far Singing Bird*. NKW Yobs, Jan* UL —A Mid fancier (rf KT Flat bush avenue, Brooklyn, was arrested over a year ago under the Mid law of I sen, for having song birds in cages in her shop. Bult was brought to recover fit for each violation of th* law, and Judge t Barnard in the supreme court bas decided that the canc waa covered by th* law In question Th* court beld that no Bung Mfd could b# kept In captivity, Th* Caustic Soc catery Ba! four. la > M>oW, J UM UL—In a speech at a com pUmeatary beati aet In Bl James’ hall, Balfour Mid that the Irish aetretaryahlp aaa a target tor Parti ell ft# abuse But, be added, he was lee* abused than some of hi* eminent predecessors in office. Milch el I. town, be mkt, was becoming Male, and they were running another boree called J Tipperary    J tillled tits Natter sod Suicided. Pont LA\l». Ore., June Ii.—At Miiweu hee, a email town about ten mile* from this city, Daniel Harvey, a fro it grower, I abet and killed hie aged mother aad then killed bim-elf. The Md lady wa* lying in la**! when ber *n opened th* door awl shut her through the head. It ta supposed that Harvey was temporarily in san# The Arkansas Traia Knhters Kit* Yon it. June 18 — A ape*Tai to Th* Herald from I aute Hock, Ark, says th* sheriff of Milter county ha* amated five mea near Texarkana on eu* pi clon of being th# men who robbed the »ram on lh* Cotton tad! road. One of th* prisoner* named Polish Howard hoe been identified. A VIK HAN’S RUIN. Robert Wallace Tells the Story of His Downfall. HOW HE ROBBED HIS RICH UNCLE. The Whole Busine** Planned ky On* Lowing Wk* Wa* HI* ('owysMlo* In Plight ta Hsvsaa- The tutu mc nee in. nt of the Crime t'snwd by (ashing a Worthless Cheek for the Rascal—Half •f th# Money T# ll# Recovered. Niw Yoiik, June ll.—Young Robert ll Wallace, who robins! his uncle of I Vi,(loo, fled to Havana, and was brought bark by detectives, tells a remarkable story of his downfall and flight with Lowktx. Ot.e day last OMubuf Wallace said he met I owlets in the corridor of the Hteui.rt building, where t.’ie offices of Wallace’s Monthly are, sud Howlers asked him lo cash a IV) check for him. Wallsc* ca*Iud the check, which was on the Woonsocket Bilk Mill company, anil wa* signed by H. W. Watts. Walla) e sent tbs check to the tank, and before be had time to hear from there Lowiets asked him to ca-Ii a similar check for 9Mk Wallace accommodated him. The next day tbe firs* check came bark to Wallace marked worthless. Wallace says that when lie asked Hewlett to make good the check* Loa lets said he had a lot of diamond* in a pawn shop, and that lf Wallace would advance the tnouey to redeem the stones he would aelI them and more than repay Wallaoe. The latter says that he gave (amlet!* check for ll,im. lo sic tx redeemed the diamonds and sold a few of them, bul did not repay him any part of the 1850 be had advanced him on the bogus check* Listened to tk# Tempter. Then Lowiets said to him: “You are iii a box, my buy, but Pm going In the Isxdt-making busine*# and will soon lie able to repay you.’’ Wallace Mjra that lcKk«it had no luck, but told him of a “sure 1X101;" on which he wanted Pi bet BUM, Wallace told him that he contd give him no more checks, as the money had run oui. Then Iwieix, Wallace say* showed him how he could swindle his uncle out of 9*4,5 *> without being found out He told Wed lace to abow bl* uncle two cheeks one for 92 and the other for 95, and when Le had signed the til check to slip along one for £4,500 and he would alg!. it wit tout reading IL The ruse worked, amt Waihee caahed th* check and gave (u.'xB to I n welts to iuvr-t la the raci-s. Lowiets re ported in a few days thai he had had Hie money, and Wallace lay* he then told liiwi«tx he hacLruitnnl b tu. leiwehs consoled bim by telling bim that the lc*t thing they could do was 1 » make another lathi Brike and run ana) Rtibtetl til# Safe lo |>o«lt It,,*. "You have th* keys of t lie safe deposit liox where your uncle keep* hi* bond*," lstwtets said. "Holt tbe bo* aud we will leave this town behind us." Wallace, according to his own story, thought over the pn petition for several day* Ile saw no w ay oat of lite trouble he had brought upon himself sud concluded to take th* final step. Is wit-ta accompanied bim to tbe Bankets' tai Merchants’ safe deposit vault, but remained In the street Wallace took t Ct,(Ad in boud* out (rf the box. Ti ley found a broker who hypothi* *ti*<l eight It,Oui) hoods w ith Yenuil)c« Ar Co., and 94. ID' of Jersey < antral bond* an i 91,urn of Bur lingual A Quincy boud* at a pl tee Iii Wall street where a ling lier of )g>wtets worked. Kalled l ader Pat*# Nam... They boarded tbe Havana steamer st night and bought their tickets on bourd. Wallace salted under the name of E. A. Col Un* and Luwietx took Hic alias of U. Lrwts. In Havana they engage I lawyer Miguel Gentler to defend them, and when arrested Wallace gave (tenner ll,OIH) in cash and two 91,000 Rock Island bond* Inspector Byrnes says that he will soon he alite to restore to Mr. Wallace about IPT,UUU (rf the tokOOO stolen The prisoner* have beau indicted by the grand jury for larceny and burglary in th* second degree. Arraigned ta Coart. Wallace and Lowtets were arraigned Thutedsy morning in part I, court of general se* amos, before Judge Martin# to plead to the Indictment* Lowiets through his gouBael pleaded not guilty. No one appeared for Wallace, aud in a voice scarcely audible he pleaded guilty to I sab indict menta Bm Ii prisoner* were re rnsnded back to jail. Ob being taken back to prison Wallace had an interview with hts counsel, ex Judge Qildendecve, which resulted lu his re-arraigumenk Wallace then said that he pleaded guilty white laboring under excitement and did not know what he wa* doing Ills former plea was then withdrawn an i on* of not guilty entered. Must Abide by lb# ('anfract. Grand It a pi im. Mich , June I A—Just before tbe Be ult Bt*. Mane Itootn 'I boma* Ryan contracted to aril the government twenty arna of laqd at tho "Boo” Urn 918,(HD Tho property was wanted for fortress purposes When the )*«»m (ame Ryan increased his demand to 99>.UUt), Bult was begun, in UL the supreme court ba* jest (Wilted th* Ryau must ahhU-by lh*- contract term* Deputy Marshal Brewster led for tit# "Boo’’ with necessary pat B’s to take possession of Hic property and to call out the troop# if necessary to enforce Hie order* of the court. Trouble Is expected, m Kyat! U di»p< ad to be bel Ugereot. Stir* but to ag af the Metter. NKW YOUK, June 1A—The black tsUlin I of Thomas C. PIM! by the member* of the Harlem Republican club wee a common tonic of conversation among politician * Weduc’tey morning Mr. I’Ult, when Baked about the matter, laughed outright sud said:    f "I knew nothing of the matter until I ■aw the morning palier* No one mentioned th* subject to me before the meeting aad no one waa aniborited by in# t i present my name for elf* finn to tm tatar-■hip in th* club." Mb# M«*t Be ImmartsL Un ic ago, June 13 —While celebrating ber 14th birthday Roca, tbe daughter of Calvta J, Le**, of ti* Oak attest, fell from the leer porch to I Ii* ground, a distance of forty leek Bb* wa* stunte d, hut recur-trod in a few minut«*. TIh* only injury era# a slight cat un ter the left ear. Vandalism ta a t "metery. Mason City, I*, June ll—Unknown per*-us went to the cometary and, after tipping over and breaking vases, defaced Bharal of th* monuments by jabbing thorn with heavy, sharp Instrument* Tho trustee* will bant down the culprit*. 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, as follows, 60x120, $1200; 60x120. $1,000; 63x120, with rock foundation, included. $1,350. Magnificent River View to each lot Thirty acre farm 2 1-2 miles southeast of Brighton, all in cultivation. Four room frame-housn, Cellar, Barn, Cog) Granary Smoke-house. Well, Cistern. Will sell for less than $35 per acre. Money to Loan. I Belle siree! ARE ACKNOWLEDGED TRF Simplest, Most Lasimg and Economical. REMAINS Unchanged through Years I Mc jim* don’t Im* {fulled Info try experimental atm ca. QU Oxer IKM) now In nae tu our PITTA 4 HAMILL 313 Butte Hi. A. J. HOWELL DEALER IN CARPETS, CURTAINS, CLOTHS, RUGS, &c. OIL Our Prices WILL UK FOUND LOWER--Considering Quality and Styles- Thin in any other house in Alton. In consequence of the GREAT EXTENT of our HALES we are enabled to do Un-ineas on a VERY CLONK MARGIN and it it a recognized fact thai we bandit by far LARGER QUANTITIES OF GOODS THAN ANV OTI1KR BOUSE IN TUB Cm. I TM ira »: "S. I am now receiving a large and varic l stock of Cloths, in all the prevailing aha-lee, for Spring Sutta, win oh I am prepared to make up in tilt Most Fashionablei Stvles, GUARANTEEING A Perfect Fit, Reasonable Rates and Complete Satisfaction. B.C. G. Moritz. 112 Third st ll. im - ;