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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - June 23, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH.  VOLUME 21 >.  Over  the Reference Silver Bill.  of the  Dr. J. W. Enos’ Sanitarium.  AI.TON. HJJ.   m     xxvjssss™ i'ar* —* *—  TREATMENT OF ALL CURABLE DISEASES.!  BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL.  Hie experience during many years has convinced him that ail clUoaKee managed more m U -cen M fulIy in an institution of tins kind, under the supervision of the pMflifla and with the aid of means not other-om maria, than when the putients art? seen bv their mmii<ni  n /in. u «  can be managed constant supervis  *f®. a L°°, mm , and ’ thM when the patients are seen by their medical advisers at intervals of several boars or dam.  fronts ^ ion ®V heSANI T A  !  RIlTMiBhl *f h -* nd  tho surrounding are  t rm J' ™ '* , .  ou "     1118  readily reached by the Second street horse  oars, and Is noar the Union Depot,  .I.  1 ht i building  is    an <l    arrangement*    are as perfect as is trossible from  •RWLrSii^    %     the    rt ‘ < l uirem «nt*    of    such    an inititution.  ,  y , I 1  £* 5®?™** Oxygen and its compounds; Baths, Douches. Massage, Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided as may be required by patients, in addition to such other treatment as may be deemed advisable.  A LARGE SOLARIUM  For Sun Bai lls and exercise in cold and inclement weather, etc., la provided Bach patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Kuo*, and receives hi* daily personal attention.  Now Ooen  FOR TUE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS.  For further infarmation addrest Dr. ENOS at the SANITARIA, corner of George and Third its., Alton. III.  statement by speaker reed.  If*- Hay. , llr  Hill WM Krf.rr.,1 to th* Com rn it Ira wa Co I nag*, Wright* and Menan rag According ta (lie Muir* of tin- 11 OUM* Tho Speaker Mu»tsln*d -What senator Gorman Nay* About th.  New »|>i«per*.  Wa-'n I stir* i* CiTv, Jam A—There was u buzz ut earnest conversation in the house when the speaker called it to order S«tur ^ I*** will Is* tho next move?’’ was the single topic discussed. The little knot of Democratic leaders were gat hens I sround liland’s seat, and it wa* evident that a pian of action was being mapped ‘>'d The a; caker announced, immediately  ft ft,, r  tbs Journal had been approved without objection, that the pending question was a motion to reconsider toe vote by which the yeas and nays on the motion of McKinley, pi lay on the table the appeal of Eland front the decision of the *;»-aker that Miami's resolution providing for the consideration of the satiate silver WH was out of order. Miami said that he w anted to withdraw the appeal, but McKinley objected to this.  McKinley'* Motion In Order.  This brought IMouut of Georgia to his feet with a que*lion of order. Beheld that tin* business on the speaker’s table should is- disposed of before other busine** could be taken up, according to the rules. 8; -ingcr of Illinois thought Bland ha«l a right to withdraw his apical After a short, controversy it was decided that McKinley s motion to lay Bland's appeal on tim table was in order, and on it the jeas and nays were ordered. I ie fore the vote wa-, amu ameed, most of the Democrat* who had voted, withdrew their votes. The result wa* yeas 14*, nays 45, and the apical was laid on the table.  A Statement from the Speaker. Bringing hi* gavel down on the desk several times, the speaker Anally managed to secure almost perfect quiet. Then rising in his chair, be made a long statement  Gorman tin the Special Correspondent.  I WjMWiv Nim, June ^-Reference  wa* made in the senate Friday to an alleged interview with Ma J. Powell, of the geological survey, in which he bad A{>oken <Ifully of Senator Stew art. (corman said that tim newspaper j press would misrepresent auy one. A I large part of the press did not believe that there «ra« an honest man iu the legislative or executive branches of the government. He paid no attention to what the pies* said of M*j. Powell or of any senator.  A ti'bark at the Weather Clerk.  Wash I SOW I* ('ITT, June ta-Whlla the the sundry civil bill was under discussion in the senate Friday, Stewart. In attacking the geological survey, said It WM * fungus which had grown up, not on a statute, but on appropriation bills. Dawes reminded him that the whole army hail grown Upon appropriation billa and that the weather bureau hat! grown up to It* *0 the same manner. And it mutant* im every day aa to the weather," Edmund* put in.  To Marry br*. Alger’* Laughter.  'Vashuuiwmi ('ITV, June 28.—The engagement la announced ol litaa Alger, daughter of Den. Alger, to Mr. Morton Mitchell of Boston, who first met his finance earl} In the last winter, during lier stay with Mrs. I/>gau at Calumet place. Tile marriage will take place early in the fall. Mr. Mitchell, a cousin bf the vice-presidrut, is on the staff of The How ton Herald.  the shadowing of O'Brien.  An iNgewlns Plan Adopted by Ike Par-wellttM.  I>»\pog t  June Sis.—A singularly ta-gcnius plan wa* put iu practice by tbs I'aruellitea with a view to illustrating to menders of parliament and others the peculiar methods resorted to by the government in its obnoxious system of rn-plottage of Irish leaders. The ParoslUtaa bail secured a large barge which they caused to la- anchored in the Thames immediately opposite to. and within hearing diatom* of the |«rliament house terrace Arrangement* had been made to cast on a screen placed on the (large magnified  Row Betwen French and Newfoundlanders.  THE FORMER ARE BADLY ROUTED.  •.Deeming hi* action ii. referring the    Phototrophic    Illustration.  * bill to tile committee on coinage.  "We Announce  ver  I weights and measures and the *ulMw*|uent proceeding* in the house I in regard to that action. In conclusion lie anuouncftl that the bill had lawn referred according to the rules, to the committee on coins e, weight* and measures, and an apfwal could be taken from that reference. Bland immediately appealed, ait ! McKinley a* quickly moved to lay that apian! on the table Amid shouts of “vote, vote, and no debate. ” Miami ho|M»d t hat some debate might be : ai lowed and tills wa* finally agreed to. Bland argued that the trill bad been wrongly referred and was properly before the house.  A Denial from Springer, lie wa* followed by Springer who, after quoting from the rule* of the house, made the hsm Hion that the silver bill was the only (.iii of its stain* that had (teen so referred. lYters of Kansas denied this. He said that all appropriation bills with sen ate amendments were referred, when they came back to the house, to the committee on appropriations. "I deny it, I deny it,” cried springer vehemently, lf the opinion of the chair in referring the bill to the committee on coinage was not sustained, he said, Die bill would still be before Ilia Louse The (411 had been mo referred In tim face of the demand of a majority of the house aud of tile {aniple of the country for its l*a*srtge with the senate amend i men ta.  Tu Slifls the Minority.  Crisp, of Georgia, I-el it*red that the present ruh** were extremely vfrioua. They had been so construed aa to completely stifle the voioe of the minority. They were for the purpose of enabling tit# majority , to do business. The majority now desired to .to buMti* *s lf the majority were I allowed to do what waa right, bef<»re the  enc* reprinting tlte different phases of the shadowing of Mr. O'Brien. These  eeenea w re witnessed by an interesting and interested crowd of people s mm- rn bl ed on the terrace, among them being ninny nteml*>r» of parliament, As encl) picture appeared a l'amellite orator made a brief but clear explanation of the meaning of the seem* and of tile circumstances under w hit'h U was drained.  Address from Business Men.  OMAHA, Neb., June a.—All the local newspaper* print an address of the stote  The DUtwrhanre Occurred at llro.xl ( use, Port-aw-Tort, and Vin* Caused by the Wreach Ordering Newfoundlanders to Take I> Their Nets In Which They Were ratch lag Halt—Several Men Injured hut Nobody Killed.  Nm Tom a. June ISL —A Herald special from Hwy St. George, N. F , gives an account of a disturbance which occurred et Broad Cove, Port-au (fort, lief ween French and Newfoundland fishermen. Twenty schooners had put into the cove for the purl***- of catching (.ait fish to he used In the Grand banks etal fishing. Maven .if th* schooners were Freoch, three or fobr American, aud the others New foundiauder*. They were all in a hurry to get their Iwsit and get out to Dm lunik*. "The Newfound I anders and Americans got into the cove first and their nets I aik up about all of the --Imdee places for catching the small bait fish. When the French schooners came in (new masters ordered tbr Newfoundlander* to take up their net* immediately, resting their order on Die treaty which give* the French pri-w right* to shore fishing. The Newfound land men refused to obey, ami the French rn* de an attack on th. lr dories and en dear ore.! to drive them away.  K<4iFBt of tit* Lr#-it* It.  After a lively fight, in which elulm, oars, (**»t hook* and similar weapons were freely used, the French were compelled to retreat No one was kilted or fatally wounded, but there were many brokeu bone*aud a ut;inlier of badly l*-at«n sailor*. After their debut lie French ret real**! np the shore a short distance. latter the Newfoundlanders, after having secured all Die Ital! they wanted, t«*>k up the nets. When the news reached Bay St George, two Fred ch nun of war and one British cruiser sailed for I fort-nu lfort, and it Is thought there will la-no further trou(de.  I-(Sherman who brought the sews differ as to whether Americana took part in the row, Due -ay*the} helped the British »*ea» the French. Auother ways they look do part in the fight  ENGLAND AND PROTECTION.  A Movement to Haft lament for Setal lamas wa I u. ie sam.  Iain Im im, June Ab—In the house of com-m.ui* Friday, Vincent ask**) if Die government would tequirv Anuric i to modify the duties on British product* I*-fore mollifying the rules governing the importation of cattle luto Great Britain. Mir  Bargain.  (Thick Walls) I JI ego Cellar.  with Water In Ifonse  lot 00x100.  Depot,  8 ita"S!,crmy"“ r ‘ , “ d -    '•  MUST BE SOLB.  Dorsey <fc Mann  310 Belle street.  THE BEST IN THE WORLD.  Anti-Rusting Tinware.  Business Men's aud Batiker*’ Association ! James Furgusou explained that the  of Nebraska, in which It la declared that in view of the results apparent from tbs st tempts heretofore made to enforce prohibition iii neighboring states the Incur porn rum of such sn amendment in the constitution of Neorsska will lie luimi cal to the (set interest* of the people of tile state anti disastrous tt. business af fair*. The address is signed by over 1.000 (striker* aud business men in the principal towns of the state, but neither w holesale Hor retail liquor dealers are included.  Mutilate*! by a Mob.  i’krbliaut uu, Va., June 28.--Ned Has kins, a negro who attempted to outrage a young lmly in l.ulenburg county, and who was subsequently captured and lodged in the county Jail, was taken out early In the morning by fifty niMked mea. The jailer refused to surrender him, but the mob broke down the doors, it was thought that Busk ms had surely been lynched, but he w as found in a dying condition in the wi*si*, w here the mob had left him after they hail mutilated him. Physicians say that ilMkins can not recover.  Ti .oh “Hough    Mats.**  ( HH AWI, June A--Katie Kaiser, A)  A Great  sun went dowu, the people of the country J**** old. employed by the family of Will-  For Prices  AJNTD  Particulars, See us at  The Globe.  would have what they wonted. Tow ti-tend. of Colorado, a Republican, made a vigo roue protest against the reference of the bdl to the committee on coinage. No op J portunity had l***u given, he wild, to offer amendment* while the UU wa* under I debate iu the house, lie thought that if the trill went to the committee on coinage again that free coinage would be killed. His constituency looked ou demonetisation as an infamous crime  Protesting Agelast the KeferesM.  Townsend said he would vote in every way he could to get up the consideration of the bill. Morrow of <'ai (for ala, Hart inc I cd Nevada, Herrman of Oregon, aud ('arter of Montana, all Republicans, followed in the *aiue vein, each prole-ting against  1  tbs reference of the bill, ( lenient* of | Gaorgia (Democrat). also spoke, contending that the *Jver question was act a {■arty meu*ure. fWhsiew of lYunsyl-van la, a Democrat, thought the trill had been properly referred. He hoped that ample opportunity would lie given for (ta consideration. Filch of New York, another Democrat, said he would vote to send the NU to the committee on •linage, where It •mid be fully discussed. Cannon of Illinois argued iii favor of the reference of the (dll to tile coinage committee  Fiuaily McKinley's motion to lay on the table Bland'a appeal from I he decision of tile s|teak* r, was adopted; yeas, 144, baya, ll?. The houae then adjourned.  THE PRESIDENT INTERESTED  la the right Im the House titer the aliter HUI.  Wa-vHIM.Tos (IT lf, June ai-Th* pres! dent ie very much interested in the fight in congree* over the silver bill, and while be discusses the situation with those who call upon him be is nevertheless very cantion* and discreet about what he says A Republican member of the house tried to ! draw him out on the subject a id ascertain I what sort of NU he would be willing to approve, (tut the president declined to commit himself aud said that congress must fir*) do its duty and he would then try to do his.!  Tbs President'* W ishes.  The fact of the matter is that if there waa a better understanding (id ween the preshtent and the co-ordinate branch of tim government, legislation would slip along a great deal more smoothly. The < president has indicated his wishes in re •rd to silver legislation very plainly. desire* the passage of the Wisdom btil, but that is out of the question, and when he was once convinced that such was the case be declined to confer any further, and no one has since been able to secure from him an expression of his views or wDhe* <>n Dm subject. He per mite, however, the impression to remain  lam Blackburn, 4447 Ruts street, commit ted suicide by takiug a dose of "rough on rats." , She bought the poison at a State street drug store, and took a dues about V o'clock in the evening aud in the night got very sick. Her groans awakened the family, and a physician was sent for, who worked over her for three hours, but could not relieve her She said ber tong UHM ta Kook Island, and that some trouble with her family.  Tbs New tree scale.  Pitts*! nu, Pa, June m -The into scale for the coming year baa beau sent out by the Amalgamated association to nearly ail the iron maim Mw Lurers of the ('nit<d State* The eastern acale calls for 14 per bm for boiling Heretofore the price paid for boiling in the east bae not (wen uniform, running from «fi IO to taI.  I.    -I...    —l-rp    u.M.nurturer, J    £.*  Will Audit the matter. The western scale i* oil the same basis as lam year’s, with the exception of some minor change*  I *tr.< thai* upon cattie import* iu to Great Hrltviin were bused solely on Hunitary con ahieratimis, without regard to the fiscal system* of other nations.  TU# ('wa* ae restive (tim lh* lites.  Vincent thereupon laid Upon the house I table nothe of » mo* iou that, s* th** I American tarot* will inflict gr. at in jury*  I upon the t rude ... ,d;«-tiie|d and upon British truth re and *ri is ms g» uerally, th house consider whetltei a five market ought to ta longer given to the onto J*-1in-product* of a foreign state whicli puts a prohibitory tariff on Britiaii good* |(’ou sere at I Vc cheer*. J  Must He tbr IM*IP* Own.  ' B ALTI ii* IBR, Md , June U. Iii digging a trench for a sewer some work men un earthed a nullifier of skulls ami other bu man I san es. There la no record of a grave ever having (wen ou that spot, amt it Is thought the bones are the remains of a prehistoric raw The alt it I Im are very pe collar to shapr, having pro! ui*-ranee like horns over the eye sockets.  A aether Ogler for That Latter?.  N un Dull ans, Juue<8,—Prosper tunnel, a prominent importer of this city, bas telegraphed to Senator Nu ma, at Baton Rouge that he I* authoriaed by a Belgian and Flitch syndicate to offer the state ti,.Vt*,aw a year fora twenty-five year char ter for a lottery on the same bads a* the I»ni*tarta I Jittery company I* oersted.  Heath of a Wall-Known Turtiiian.  NKW Yokx, Jutted -Richard <’ Lyons, of Bridgeport, a well known turfman, ahe had  dtad # °ddenly Friday at his brother *   1  reald«-11ce in this city. He waa about 40 year* old. He strained himself internally a few days ago while driving one of hi* home*, ami death ta supposed to have re-sotted from this In jury.  I fie circulation or electricity through Ute water IU** * * B ,,r| D *t- to destroy microscoptcai, -nims) lite, to keep the water sweet and  ii ne! vegetable  WI oteeome  Every Article Bears a Label  Killen nix. * to each nu muser tee eg oust rust  , J??**  Warf * tone ago ce ult-1 to eight year* of severe te*t in ail that It I* iHislttveljr ASH III "H r» Mi  as mw?* *  in  “**  il * *****  ar  '  i *PP*»‘* ntly as g«M*l  an ah Ola ie guaranis- an experiment; climate* hat proven  For S I)  fins 4 min  SOLE AGENTS.  A. J. HOWELL  DEALER IN  Verdict Against rn Hallway.  M Apison, ll’!*.. June 28. —The supreme court has affirmed the dccUlou in the case at Cbarlew Meddle*. «.f Jane*ville, aged lo years, againnt the Chicago and North la taw tit# tiny had a leg cut off by a hicomotive aud the suit for damage* resulted In a verdict of IIH..  am  Hubbell of I alliable t‘ack age*.  Fobt Ma Dixon, Iowa. June ». While the station agent at Vici*, Iowa, a lopejy  station tm the Chicago. Burlington and guinry road, was reporting a night train, I hr w«* confronted by two masked men with drawn revolver* They compelled him to turn over two valuable ex pre** packages and a considerable turn iff money belonging to the company The agent’s wife appeared oft tim mane at thta juncture and the robbers decamped with their booty.  The 1’wpulatfoa ut New Verb.  Nrw Yokk, June 28.- Much interest is luauifestei! bere in regald to thepopulat iou of this city to be shown by the census With additions which have bren madg the eorrectod population of New York will he  Hue man’• Nlayer Ai quitted.  HT, 1/K l*, June 23.—Judge Thomas of the circuit court Saturday morning at ll o’clock charged the Jury in the Bowman-Chamla-re murder trial to either bring in a verdict of murder in the first degree or acquittal The jury ret in*I at Mixt a. rn , and at X.28 retiirueil a verdict of acquittal  Amit ber Hay Murderer,  Bi. a NPI Ast ILL*.. HUS.. June Xl-otis Ptaniugtuu aud K!mer Hamilton, two lads of 18, quam-U*i while swimming in a pool, .air boy's clothing having been tied to bard knots Young iVuningtou shot the Hamilton boy through the bowel*, death resulting within a few hour*.  Normal I ut > realty 4 »ei tar arr lur el.  Hi i * in i vt. ion, 111, Jig Si The axer-eb*cs conn* i ted with commenceinrnl week  CARPETS, CURTAINS, CLOTHS, RUGS, Ac.  OIL  Our Prices  WILL BE FOUND  LOWER-Considering Qualities and Styles**  I lun in any other houae in Alton. In consequence of the ORKiT EXTENT of our SALES we are enabled to do Business on a VERY CLOSE MARRIN and it is a recognized fact that we handle by far  LARGER QUANTITIES OF GOODS  THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE CITY.  SPRING SUITS.  oewr 1,800, (JDO, w*.tb tbr ch sui es of R ranch the H*ate Norma! tniverrity t<egnn FVI  gar  fie  lug nearly 2.UUU,WUU. A Urge number Of ditricts have beeu found to contain nearly double the ii urn lier of inhaNlaut* of the Arri est I mate*.  A Far ta (Ara* lag Oats  CLIV Tim, BU, June ft—A dimluutiva, greentah insect has in the taal few days been found in the grow lug oats crop of this pan af the state. It attack* the stem, JoibU, sud r-xOa after which the ftla*l<-s turn (Mile or yellow and die. ijrad ing farmers thiuk it will eeriousi/ Injure the crop.    v  New Huhm lur Mrs. Cleveland.  MoNTuoMXtv. Ala., June 28 -Col Theta. (I. Jouea, the Democratic nominee for goverimr of Alabama, and Mrs. Grover Cleveland have baru elected honorary members of the Alabama Frees amoein tion.   !  day mg* t, when ar, orat,*rical contest waa held There will be various excreters all of this week. and ou Thursday forty six students will graduate.  nursed la MI (kl ut I heir Neighbor*.  MovcTi-v, X B.,June *43-B,fore the eyes of their neighbors, Andrew Utile and hi* wife were burned to death la the flames at their cottage Ignited by lightning which paralysed the inmates  The American Darby.  (tatCAOflv June JA The great American ' Derby was mu at W'mnh.tiglon Dark club Saturday and wa* won by Dude Bob, Santiago Mtxmd, Kingsbury third; time  Tbs grand kl Oso sic h*lg« of Nebraska, In eeasion at Omaha, 'mourned the Cer aaau rite on Friday, md ordered the expulsion of Its members.  I ain now reeeiriug a large and varied stock of Cloths, in all the prevailing shades, for Spring Suita, which I am prepared to make up to the  Most Pashionablel  Stvles,  GUARANTEEING  A Perfect Fit,  Reasonable Rates and  Complete Satisfaction.  H.C. G. Moritz. 112 Third st.   

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