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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - June 16, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON DAILY JL VOLUME 29 ALTON MONDAY EVENING JUNE i IV IE MM1 BILL Elaborate Report in Favor of the BY SIMONDS OF The of tho nut culliil for by tlio Intclllgoiit of tho Whole Country Fiivnrcil by Clay mid Wflmtor In tho JrouiMtiiiiKH In tlio National Leg OtlUiWiiHlihigton City of Enos 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 ah institution of this under the constant supervision of the 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 the Union The building is and arrangements are as perfect an 5s 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 Sun Baths and exercise in cold and inclement is Each patient is thoroughly examined by and recaives biE daily personal FOR THE RECEPTION OP For further information address ENOS at tho corner of George and Third GLOBE Guarantees Juno In report o tlie house from tlio committee on patents its a for a pending tlio international copyright Hep rcHuntallve Simomls of pre sented mi elaborate report in favor of tlie Thenport sayw that the intelligent vcilce of Die whole country asks for tho piiRMflgo of a incasuro substantially tho same this print edu and maga Join in tho Clay and Web Bier favored such a thing in the past Cleveland and Cardi nal Gibbons favor it Our term of copyright is shorter than that sanctioned by the verdict of the civilized In Other Substantially all the except Great Britain and tho United treat for eigner and citizen alike in the matter of copyright Great Britain permits copy right to foreigners on the same basis as if the foreigner be at the time of publication on British soil the queen is empowered by law to establish reciprocity with us if we will permit and we stand alano in rejecting and refusing A hundred international copyright agree ments have been signed the name of the United States is in none of It is shown that an author has a natural ex clusive right to his intellectual produc tions that tlie common law of England always recognized that and that the common law of America necessarily rec ognises that What Our lrenent Procedure That our present procedure represses authorship by putting tlie products the labor of American authors into untram meled competition with the products of English for which nothing is That our present procedure deprives American authors of the ad vantaiios of the British That our present procedure bars our peo ple from the benefits of the good litera ture of and that our present pro cedure prevents the cheapening of good and desirable books in the United It can not be says the the American congress with full permit the present procedure to NATIONAL The Days ProcecdlngH In Both Branches of WASHINGTON June After the transaction of routine business the senate Saturday went to the calendar and a num ber of bills of minor importance The regular process iu the calendar was interrupted and at the request of Morrill the senate bill was taken up to establish an educational and apply the proceeds of the public lands and the proceeds from certain land grunt railroad companies to the more complete endowment and sup port of colleges for the advancement scientific and industrial and Morrill addressed the senate in its ad TinDay In the In the house the speaker announced the appointment of Taylor of Stewart of and Blund of Mis us conferrees ou the antitrust Bland said that as the house had instruct ed its conferrees to recede from its amend ment he had no further interest In the matter and asked to be excused from further service on the conference commit of was appointed to fill the The house then went into committee of the whole on the sun dry civil Several unimportant amendments were adopted and pending final action on the bill tho committee rose and public business having been suspended the house proceeded to pay tribute to the memory of the late Samuel AN UNPLEASANT A HlMonrl Woman Into a Deep Wei while June Moore wife of Professor Allen preslden of the Chllllcothe normal fell intc the well on their premises wme time sbou midnight And remained there at least two hours before she Was Her hrts band was away at andsh was alone with her two one utt infant 1 month She says she went to the well to draw some water for her chile and fell in while in the act o drawing the water with a rope and This can not as the bncke and rope Were lying outside the well and it Is believed the lady was dreamtnf and went to tho well while asleep and fel The well Is thirtysix feet deep and contained fifteen feet of water and shi supported herself by clinging to the walls Her screams for help were heard about oclock by some young men who were but It was half an hour liefort they could locate A loop was made ami she was told to pass It around her which she arifl was Tlrnwn more dead than and now lies in n critical Fears are felt for her THE GLOBE Guarantees Goods or Money THE GLOBE Has a Larger Assortment and Complete Stock You owe a Duty to Yourself to Call JSVBli ANW ANON SuttlOlN HI lint WASHINGTON June The sec retary of the interior has received infor mation that prospective settlers are mak ing preparations to enter and settle upon the lands recently ceded to the United States by tho Iowa and Sac and Fox tribe of Indians in the Indian before thearticles of cession have been ratified by The secretary stated that until congress Khali have ratified these nil settlors will be rigidly excluded from and no prema ture attempt of settlement on the part of individuals or parties will be Tlio North Atlantic WASHINGTON June Tho United States steamer Kssex has been or dered to join the Nor1 h Atlantic squad which lias arrived In New The addition of this vessel to Die squadron will make the lleut the largest In Atlantic waters for The United States steamer Haltimoru Will sail for Baltimore for Newport ou Fur the Litko WASHINGTON June sen ate committee on commerce has agreed upon an amendment to tho river and har bor bill Inserting an appropriation of 000 for thu Iortugo lak A In June Rob erts proprietors of The Uticu Morn ing have applied for the appoint ment of a The amount of Indebtedness is named as It has been an open secret for some time that The Herald has been in straitened flnan cial and owed largo snms of borrowed The failure is not due to pressure from any particular cred but because credit was It is understood an attempt will he made to reorganize the the principal creditors taking The editor and largest Ellis is well known an the assistant treasurer of the United States with headquarters at thoTmbtrensury in New York The DoomStmlerg lit SAN June the day sot for the tidal wave in Oakland there has been a great increase In the numler of Alauiedacounty people whose minds have become unbalanced by There was committed to the asylum Mars of West who thinks the dust of the earth is gunpow er and that the world will soon be blown Georgia a seunistrchs of San imagined uhe was the spouse of Christ and was also A number of tlie returned doom sealers are acting but as they are not violent none have sent to the An Epidemic of June a meeting of tho Provincial com munications were read by the chairman showing that an epidemic of rabies pre vailed in the neighborhood of A near wus among those who had been Saturday last was the date of the aud upon the mut ter being reported the was but not before several dogs as well as and a horse were Soon after being bitten one of the pigs appeared and bit savagely at the other pigs in its Victory tor Original jury in the case of Charles the Leech burg original package agent an Ohio brewing whose trial for violation of state and county liquor was held at Armutrong Thursday rendered I heir Verdict as follows not guilty of selling without license not guilty of sell ing to minors guilty of selling to persons of known In temperate This Is generally regarded as a victory for original package dealers In l i i j Kxploslon of June slight earthquake shock of about ten seconds duration was experienced here at Its course was apparently from north to south and it gave out a low rumbling No injury was although windows rattled and buildings The phenomena occurred at a time when the weather was cloudy and oppres shock was occasioned by the explosion of a uitroglycertne works four miles from No lives were News terns of Interest Foreign from THE DOPES nEMARKS TO Society To PunUlicit for Dlorrgiml of nnil to tlio Tlireat of the Anger of tlio j of London Police for More Pay Stanley to Lecture In Amer for a June Irish Catholic states that the pope in reply to the con of visitors at the Vatican exi pesfoed himself as strongly of the belief that great punishment was Impending on society for its disregard of nnd indllteri enrc to tho The he will romo no longer with a sweet nnd j peaceful hut with an angry one to strike and purify his I am neither a prophet nor tho son of a but I feel iu my norrowful present A sea of evil is about to against the rock ou which the church is founded andwill leave nothing to be seen on tho horizon but the threat of the uni of Prayer will not suffice to ap pease the FOREIGN Stole Proofs of Juno James Ga zetlc bays that a complete sot of the proofs of Hetiry Stanleys forthcoming The Darkest were obtained in aj mysterious manner by some persons who offered copies to one English paper and twopapers published the The copies were accepted by tho i lint the publication of the matter was thwarted by the issue of n circular by the house which is to the warn ing any person against publishing the and notifying any one who did so that he would be held j A Woman Wins Honors at Juno Kuwcptt is not alone In winning high distinction at the June exumlnaiions of Cambridge univerj The announcement is made that Margaret Alford has won first place In the classical Miss Alford is a niece of Dean famous for his icul edition of the Greek His who Is preacher of much distinc is also a fine classical He ins been his daughters principal in struetor in her Ill Dfpotj MUST BE Dorsey Mann 310 Belle The Trouble of Juno Nowhere are ceusus enumerators having more trouble than in Brattleboro Edgecotnb Negroes there have a mortal fear of census and whenever the latter appear the negroes run for tho Enumerators cry out that they will not hurt but this has no and many names are therefore not Thu Tunnel Caved June The trains of the Louisville division of the Newport News and Mississippi Talley railroad are ull tuown by the caving iu of the Rock port the largest on the and baggage have to be transported nearly two miles by wagons to got around the William HunrySmith May June the event of an tutuuin session of lament being de cided upon William Henry the government leader iu the house und the first of the both Smith be Seven his to be such us not to just1 fy his attempting to meet the burden vhich such a would impose upon Threat Strlko of Lonilun June The police of the Metropolitan includes all of London except what is known distinct ively as tho have decided to refuse to go on duty Juue unless their demands for increased pay and reducet hours of Bervico are They art dinpluased with the gratuity which has beenoffered them by Stanley Coming Here to Juiie It Is stated that Henry Stanley wili sail for New York withhis wife on Stanley has concluded arrangements to deliver fifty lectures In the United States dnriuK tho fall aud For the lectures deliv ered in New York IIP is to receive and for each lecture in tho vu rious he Is to receive SmithHurry at It Mime Smlth Uurry hatsarve j writs of nianlamus on his tenants in the town of Now to compel them to remove the market they had built for evicted Barry asserts that tho market is bullion land of which lie holds the Tlnmu Hitrvartl Itoil June Tlie story recently published that the Harvard vandals were ami that owing to tliulr high so cial connections an exposure was not to bo U umiihnUually dunlud by tho au thorities iit It is reported that tlio faculty aro doing all they can to ilnd tho They have no clue even as to what sort of mem did KIIII Down by it June Alolsu and aged 8 and daughters of of WllsonvJiln wore btruek by a train on thu ututo line lirlduu and The father Hulling off thu bridge and WIIN also struck by the but not twiloiuly IHuil of llur Juno Tho to minis thoiouuhbitid mure Huntress lion dlwl from thu Injuries received in there cent railroad iuorgo her IIHN UiWjMUed to hnve thu body Ull lit Man June Fire In the oil manufacturing esttibllHhmentof Kettle on King near occasioned damage of Tho loss Is covered by The firm Is engaged In making linseed and cantor Fixed tho WaifON for Four June The stonema son strike has biieu tot the men ac cepting the offer ol the inantera of 85 ecu IB ler hour for two yours and SO cento for the following two Tills the build ing trades In this Ilotiifht K FuiimiK llreuilliiif Jackson has purohaViurt froij llowell JaukHon hU hiilf in Vhu HelleMwulu stud amllB ilyw ownur of that fummiH breeding The torniH Bre ClriMitmi NliHiIluur liny June 1hb Now Piano employing 600 have notified tliilr employes that nftoi June 10 nine will constitute u days work and the pay willlm tho twtne as for the tenhour Drowned In June Sum formerly a bell boy in tho Ialmwi bonne In And for the land three luyn employed In that capacity the Wtti drowmxl while bathing In the iuta i i ci to KxScerutury PAttis June A banquet In honor of oxsecretary Whitney and whouve about to return to the United wus given by the American Minis Whitoluw Many distin guished Parisians aud others were present us Wlmln lie MuUvrwIth the Czar ffowV Juno It is report that the cxil r and family have suddenly left Gutchlna for the 1utcrhuf palace without making any and without inking any Itiraeotloii thti Juno An antiSemitic riot occurred at In Inhab ited mostly by The bulk of the houses wore and many of tho occupants An AustroFrnnvo Juno It is stated that Prin Helenu of daughter of tho count of PuiK U betrothed to Archduke Frauds cif ARE ACKNOWLEDGED THF Most and Economical Unchanged through Please dont be gulled into trying Over JJOO now in use in our 315 Belle HQWELL DKALEB IN OIL BE FOUND LOWERConsidering Qualities and Styles Tliiin in any other liouse in In consequence of thu GUIS AT BXTISNT of our SALES wo are enabled to do Harness on a VERY CLOSli MARGIN and it Is a rec ognized fact that we bundle by far LAROEIl QDANTITIE S OF GOODS THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE ixin now rcuuivlng a and varic I stock of in all the for Spring whioli I tun prepared to make up in thfc GUAKANTKK1NG Unlvirnul Hiilrriiifo In June Senor pro poHts genurui political amueHty to cele brate the royal Kanetion of universal suf DlHtuiina Kuolnu at Jtiiu experiment In thu Inn a distance racing llnw trlud last wlnUr at Clifton wan a decided nnd now i lie Washington Park club will give thulr coining mooting a two mile rucu with a two and onuhalf mile raeu with a three mllti rucu with f and u fourmile race with Hud Klimigh ol Orneo June Henry Cnmp has brought suit for divorce from hln CUIUPH wife canned a profound by doping with a traveling man only hive wotikn alter hur She Miss irucu of Writing u 1Juy for Juno World says Duncan DHurrUou in willing u play for John who will makti lifn dvibnt o tliuatriual noxt ItlIDillllliMliil III June Ab nor Tuylor wan renomlnnted by the first Illinois lUktrlot Hiciniblloun oonventlon A Perfect Reasonable Rates and Complete SatdsHstotion 112 Third 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