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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - June 16, 1890, Alton, Illinois I >AILY TE LEG RA !*11 VOLUME 20. ii: »■ Elaborate Report in Favor of the Measure. BY SIMONDS OF CONNECTICUT. Th‘‘ Causa** of th# IHI! Called fur by lh. Intelligent Volo* of I hr Whole Country - favored bx I lay and Hikdrr In the Past -l*r rn - <. «>(«„» |n the Nhitonal L#g-(stature Of Ii. i- Wdahlnfhiii City News of Intvn-xi. " AKUSXI.TDV City, Jim# Id. In report UNPLEASANT EXPERIENCE. A Missouri Woman rail* into a Heap Wall While Asleep, CHLLlcom, Ma, June Iii,—Mr*. Moore, wife of I’rofasaor Allen Moore, president of the Chillicothe normal school, fell into the well on their premise* Mime time about midnight and remained there at leant two hours before she waa reamed. Her hna-band wan away at Stanberry, Ma, and she was alone with her two children, one an infant I month old. She say* she went to the well to draw acone water for her child and fell in while in the act of drawing the water with a rope and bucket, Thia can not be, aa the bucket and rujs- were lying outside the well, and it la tielieved the lady waa dreaming FROH OVER IHE IRM News Items of Interest Foreign Climes. from THE POPE'S REMARKS TO VISITORS. Bargain u..*41#.    .    -    .    •    ---- -    ,    * * * *    ins    uuuHimn^ mg to the hottae    from    the    committee    tm »»d    went to the well    while asleep and fell patents as a solidi tut* for a pending bill, file international copyright measure, Rep-resentHtive si monde of (Connecticut, pre* smiled nu cli I s.rate rejiort in favor t»f tile bill. The report says that the intelligent voice of the whole country asks for the in. The well la thirty-*!* feet deep and contained fifteen feet of water and she supported herself by clinging to the walla. Her m rcemn for help were heard about I o clock by some young    men who were pacing, I,.it it was    half    an hour before .    .    ’bey could locate her. A loop waa made pas**.# of a measure    substantially    the    I    and she waa told to    pass    it around I er authors,    publishers,    print-I    body, which aba did,    aud    was drawn up Dr. J. W. Enos’ Sanitarium, ALTON, IT .T DR. ENOS Announces that he has established in a building pnruhaned for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL. Hi* experience during many years ha* convinced him that all disc asea can be managed mort* Hucceaafully in an inatitutlon of thia kind. under the co natant supervtmon of the phyaician and with the aid of means nut otherwise at command, than when tho patient* are neon by their medical advisor* at intervals of several hour* or day*. The position of the .SANITARIUM is high, arni the surrounding are free from all noxious intl non wa. It is readily roached by tho Second street borne cars, and is near the Union Depot. The building is large, rind arrangement* are as perfect a* bi possible Iron a knowledge of unitary science and the requirement* of such an institution. Electricity in all its forma; Oxygen and it* compound*; Bath*. Douches, Massage, Inhalation, Nursing, etcM aru provided as may be required by pa-ti*nta, in addition to such other treatment as may be deemed advisable. A LARGE KOLARICH! For Hun Baths and exercise in cold and inclement weather, etc., is provided. Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enow, and receive* hip daily personal attention. Now Owen FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS. for further infornntio.i address Dr. EM3S at the SANirAllul, corner of George and Third its., Alton. III. vinic aa thia; era, ’intaicul tom J nisei*, college*, edu-j enters, librarian.., newMpajx rn, ani] magazine, join in the prayer. I lay and Web* ! favored «uch a tiling in the pied; GI.i.(atone, Harrison, Cleveland and Uxrdi-nal Git.Im,na favor it t/*#1ay Our term of copyright is shorter than that sanctioned by the verdict of the civilized world In Other Cmintrlis. ! Sulmtantially all the world, except Great Britain aud the I tilted Statist, treat foreigner and citizen alike in the matter of copyright; Great Britain permit* copyright to foreigtier* on the same baal* aa citizens, jf t,|„. foreigner la* at the time of publication on British noil; the queen la crnjMfWervd by law to .t-tahitah rec iprocity with us if we will permit it, aud we stand alane in rejecting and repining overture*. A hundred international copyright agreements have been signed; the name of the I nited Hi ates la in none of them. Itta shows that an author ha* a natural exclusive right to bis intellect ital productions, that the common law of England always recognised that right, and that the common law of America necessarily recognize* that right. M hat Our 1‘rneMt Procedure l>o#a. I bat our pre-ent procedure represses authorship by putting the product* of the birne of American author* into untrammeled competition with th* product* of English labor, for which nothing ic paid. That our present procedure deprive* American authors of the ad vasts; •* of t he British market. I bat our pres. ut procedure bar* our people fr'itn the ten. tit* of the good literature of England, and that our prewent procedure prevent* the chaa;*'(ling of good and desirable hook* in the United Hi atm. It can not lie pi .-tbie, nay* the rejsirl,t hat the American congrt ss will, with full knowitsige, permit the present procedure to continue. NATIONAL LEGISLATURE. ■ tranche* Blore dead th.-ta alive, and now lies in . critical condition. Kean are felt (or her tm o\. ry. A Ni,,cr Im Trouble. Urn a, lf. Y„ June 16 -Kill. H. Roberts a Cc., proprietors of The Utica Mom log Herald, have appl jet I for the spinout mettt of a receiver. The amount of the indebtedness is named a* ti40.(imI. It ha* been an open aet let for some time that I tie Herald ban beeu in straitened Anan elal circuli.stances, ami owed large innu of Isirrowcfi money. Th# failuie la uot due to pressure from any particular cn*d nor*, but because credit wa* exhausted It i» understood an attempt will he made to reorganize th* company, the principal creditor* taking stock. Th# editor and largest proprietor, Hen. Kill* ll Roberta, is well known aa the assi. ta ut treasurer of the I nited Matos with headquarter* at toe sub-treasury in New York city. The “ Hixon.XU-alrra ” »| Oakland. Has I lusi, June 16 —Bine# the day set for the tidal wave m Oakland there has been a great iocreaae In the uumlw-r of Alameda county people w hose mind* have hecome unbalanceil by religion. There was committed to the asylum KI I tut Mais-b.n, of Went Berkeley, wl»o thinks the dust of the earth la gun;aiw cr aud that tin* world will Mww he blown up. Georgic I-em ny rn , a wamxtM* of ran I .earn! rn, imagined aha Va* the »(antae of C’hriwt and was also comm it twi A number of tie retura#d doom sealer* are acting que. rq, hut a* they art* not violent none iisw been •eut to the ant turn. An i pideuil# ttf Halite*. I ole into, Out., June 16—At a meeting of the I'naiodal lh ani of ileal'ii rom-m unicat ions were read by the chairmen ■bowing that an epidemic of rabic* prevailed in the neighborhood of ieoidou A farmer, near lb*. Linter, wa* among those who had Uv| bitten Hut unlay las! wa* the date at tit* injury, nnd spot) the matter I icing reported the diq waa kl.I,si, b it not before several dogs at, well aa cows, Awn after being latten one of tile pigs *p|>enred iii, •sd tilt savagely at the other pigs in Hr pen. feetety To He PnnUlied for Its Hisn glint •f amt I ml I (Vt react* to the I ho re Ii The Threat ot the Anger of the Almighty— I remand of London Pollee for Wore Pay —Explorer Stanley to Lretnre In America— Honors for a Lady. Drsux, June I*. —The Irish Catholic states that the pope in reply to the con-grat iiiati- iii of visitors at the vatican expressed himself as strongly of the belief that great punishment wo* Impending on society tor its disregard of aud indifference to the church. “file Iwmi," he said, "will come no tonger with a sweet ami peaceful face, but, with an angry one to strike sud purify hts churrti. I am neither a prophet nor the son of • prophet, but I feel iu my heart sorrowful presentment*. A sea of evil is mIkoi! to lieut against the rock on which the church is founded and will leave nothin-, to la- Man SB tho horizon but the thre it of tha anger of God. Prayer will not suffice to ap pease lite Almighty.” i l! I i (nr<k Willis) < filii i*. with Witter in House* Iii lh pot, L°T 60x190. MUST BE SOLD. HE GLOBE Guarantees Prices. Th# Hay’s Proceedings In Hot ti of ( tot g re aa. Wash I Sotos City, June 16 -After the transaction of routine business the senate .Saturday went to the calendar and a nutn j pfa'** • bom- were bitten l**r of billa of minor im (airt a or* passed. Tile regular process iu the calendar waa interrupted and at the request of Morrill I 'be senate bill was Liken up to establish an J educational fund, and apply the proceed* of the public lands and the proceeds from certain land grant railroad companies to the more complete endowment and rapport of college* for the ad van ce meat of wkatiSf and industrial education, and Morrill addressed the senate in Its advocacy Th# Hay In th# Han##. In the house the speaker announced the appointment of E B. Taylor of Ohio, Htewart of Unrmout, ami Bland of Mb-Houri, aa conferree* ou the anti trust bill. Bland said that aa the house had instructed its confer rec* to recede from its amendment he hail no further interest iu th* matter aud a*ked to Is- excused from further service cm the conference committee- (.'alb#n«ou, of Texas, was appointed to fill the vacancy. The bouse then went into committee of the whole on the sundry civil MIL Several unimportant amendments were adopted and pending final action on the Mil the committee rose and public busine** having been suspended the bouw proceeded to pay tribute to the memory of the late Hanalei .J Randall THE GLOBE Guarantees Goods or Money Refunded. THE GLOBE Has a Larger Assortment and Complete Stock HENCE : You owe a Duty to Yourself to Call (EYKU AXU AXON) at tile GLOBE. hildsbrand Invites You AIA. Aettlri * 'In*! Walt. W ash I Nu Tux City, June IS.—The secretary of tile Interior lias received informs t loo that pro*|M dive settlers ar* mak-| lug preparations to • titer aud settle upon | th* lauds recently ceded to th* United I .State* by the Iowa and Hoc and Fox trill* j of Indian* in th* Indian territory, before I (hearth--of cesMion have biwa ratified j by cong’#**. I in- secretary st* tis I that until con ms *i,f»ii have rail lied these agreem.mts, all nettier* will be rigidly j excluded trout tin** lam Is, and no pi etna lure ut I. rn pl of settlement on lh# (aul of individual*or parti#, will is* tolerated. Th# North AI Isnt tv liq Mad row. Wa* nixon is City, June 16.—Th* United St.itc* iteamer Ko*#* im* lawn or-dered to join t he Nor ii Atlantic squad-| Pos, which ba*< arrive*! in New York. Th* addition of th.* Vessel to th* nquadros will make th* thud th* largest in Atlantie water-, for yearn, Cb# United Mat#* steamer Baltimore will sail for Haltiuior# fur Nrwport on Sunday l ur th# Port ag. loth# I anal. WASS I VOTO* ('in, inn# 16 - Tha senate < omnibus- oa commerce bas agreed upon aa amendment to th* river ami harbor Intl in -tot Bm ait appropriation of lEfln,-Mil for the Burt age Im* * canal. Those Mart Mfd Red rainier*. tki-tvm, June IU Th* story recently 1 published that tin- Harvard vandals were known, and that owiug to their high ao-cial NiinwtinM an ex j* anre w ha not to be mad*, is emphatically denied by tho authorities .vt Harvard, ii im reported that the faculty ar* doing all they can to find the offenders, They Im vc no cl ne even as to what sort of SMS did it.   ri:,--   ....... Kus Ho mn toy a Train. Writ# I tut, Ma** . June 16. — Abase and Annie, age*I • sod r.*, daughters of Mr. Fellker, of Wllsou vl! le^U-onu., were at ruck t letory tor Original 1‘wchaqes. PiTTBBl’Bu, Pa., June 14-Tbe jury in the COH# of Cli arles Hill i-rman. th* Lvch burg original pockag# dealer, agent for an Ohio brewing company, whose trial for violation of date and countv liquor lawn, wax hebi at Kittanning, A mutining county, Thursday rendered their veniict a# followx:    First,    not    guilty    of selling without licenxc; seconi^ not guilty of xell ilia to minor*; third, guilty of Helling to petsonxof known internjieriit* habits This b generally regarded as a victory for original package dealers in Pennsylvania. Ll |« I wa I tm tit N ll rii-(.ly cerine. Toucno, June 16i—A alight earthquake ahock of alout tea seconds duration was experienced here at SJO a. ut. .Saturday. Its etiurn- was apparently f^m^ north to south and it gave out a low rumbling aouad. No injury was done, although wiado sa rattled sud buildings vibrated. The phenomena occurred al u tints when tit* weather wan hot. cloudy and oppressive. LATES.—The shock was occasioned by the explosion af rn nitro glycerin# work-four utiles from her*. No lives were lost. Th# Trouble of Lh u mr rut or*. Bai huh, N. U , June 16—Nowhere are celoms enumerators having more trouble than la Brattleboro township, Kdgecomb county. Negroes titer# have a mortal fear of census mea, and whenever th# latter appear the negroes run for th# wood*. Enumerators cry out that they will not hurt them, but this has no effect, and many names are therefor# not secured Th# Tunnel Pared la. PAPI < AH, Ky , Jun* 16. The trains of the lot: is Ville division of th* Newport Ne WH anti Ml as»*tppt Valley railroad ar# ail thown out by the caving in of the Kockport tunnel, the largest on the road. Passenger*, mail, sod luggage have to be transport# I nearly two mile* by wagons to get around th* break. Hissing OII at Aaa t ruse!ten. Ham Fsa*« IxO», Jun# 16 — Fire in th# oil manufacturiug cxtahlishmerit of Kettle A Cot, im King »trvet, near Third, nccasioncil damage of gJUn.uxk The lass is covered by insurance. The firm is engaged in making cocoanut, Itiiseed aiel ca*ior oils. glsed th# R sgas hr guar Tears. Tiitto*m. * Hit., June IC—Th# stonema son strike has lawn -#ttled, th* m#n ac cep!lug the offer OI th# masters of 86 cents |»er hour for two years and Snot* forth* following t w'i* Venn. This ends th# building trode-, striae* la this city, nought s I'uiouu* Itrerdtwg f orm. NasMVIIX*, Te m , J im- l«. Gen W, H Jackson ba# purchase I from Judge Howell K Jackson his half I ti ta red in th# Hell# lfca>!e stud and tx now **«»}* owner of that famous bn-eding i^iablishinrut The terras me private. I,routed a Ktae-Huur t»«», IV SITOX, June 16. -Th* New Engtand I Ha no ci-rn pa ny. employing WH hand* have notified their employ** that after FOREIGN MISCELLANY. Slide Proof* of Mtanlry’a Hook. I minim iv, June Ilk—Th# HL James Ga artic >,«is that a complete md of the proofs of Henry M, Hanley’s forthcoming work, “Th# Darkest Africa," were obtained in myxteriou* manner by some persons who offered copies to one English palier ami two |sillers published in th# coloni#*. The copt#* were incept ill by the pa|H*rs, but th# pub.’icatirm of th# matter was ♦hwartid by th# issue of a circular by th# house which is to p.r.oaMi th# book, warning any perron against publishing th# work, and notifying any one who did so that he would be held r#*|M>n*ibb- A TY tunas Hts* Honor* at fainltrUlge. bivwi'.’, Jun# 16, - Miss Fawcett i* not alone In winning high distinction at th# June ex tru Ina'ion* of Us rn bridge university. 'Jlie anr.ouiici-meut I* mad# that Mix# Margaret Alford Int* won Arui place in the classical tri|xx* Vii*x Alford is a idee# of Dean Aifooi, famous for hts critical edition of the Greek i«*Uira*nt Hi* fat lier, wiio is « | leacher of much ilistlnc-i ion, is alxo a tine claxxical scholsr Ile has tieeri his daughter's principal stntctor In tier studies. ttllllsNt Henry Mmltb May Rt *lgn. I xiv I xix, J .me 16 -In the #fcnt of an aututnn srad«*n of putiaruent Is-mg de shied ti|KHi ^lr. WilJUm Henry Hmith, I be ^overtime it lender iii the house of com mono, ti!iii tile t-r-t lord of the tn-axiiry, will rvwign both positions, Mr. Hmith tx* iisve* his .ic.dth lo la* such as not to just • ify ins attempting to milt the burden w hich such a session would impose upon him. Threatened strike of I inn Potter. Jai'(xiv, June 16.—The police of the M*tr<>|* Blas district, 'ditch Includes all of I/oudon except what is known dirtlnct-ively a* th* city, have derided to refuse to go un duty Friduy. Jus* SU, unless their demands for Inerens**! pay and mluc'-d hour* of service are granted They are dix| ! «*4*d with th# gratuity which has been offered them by the.hotni- office. stanley Coming Her# to Lecture. I xix isis, June 16—ll is stated that Henry M. Hanley will sail for New York with his wife on Oct. 2Dth. KL til Icy has conclude! arrangements bi deliver fifty , lecture* in the United K:ut#* during the fall aud w inter. For the tecture* dcllv- j end in New York lie is to receive KA,un* aud for each let lure therrsfter, in til# va rious cities, be is to receive Ai ii. Hmlth-Harry at It Again. Loudon, June 16—Mr. A. J. Hmith-Uarry b*.vrv# I writ.* af rn in I units nu his tens nu in th* town of New Tlpju-rary, to compel thou to remove th# market they bali limit for dieted st orch#, per*. Mr. Barry ,t*-. rt* that lite market t* built on laud of w Lim ii he holds the Leo*#• Itsnquct to Lv-Srcri-lary tVhttaejr. I' 'tux June 16—A banquet in honor of #*-,>*#retaty Whitney aud Mrs. Whitney, who are ab.'Ut to return to th# United Htati*., wax givin byth# American Minister. Mr. " hitelaw Reid Many distinguished I’ar comus and others were present ss guests What’s lh# .Hailer w Uh th# ( car Now? Mr l*CTkit*tit so, June 16—It is report-that t ii# our and family have suddenly lefl Uatciiina for th# l*#t#rh-»f palace without makiug any pi#(mu Ilion, and ' without tsking any luggage. j Dorsey & Mann 310 Belle street. [S ARE ACKNOWLEDGED TUP Simplest, Most Las ing and Economical. REMAINS Unchang- d through Years I'kNMM* tlon’t Im* gulled Into trying    ntovpn. Ovor JKK) now Iii uot' In our city. PITTS & HAMILL 315 Belle Ht. HOWELL DKALER IN CARLAN, CURTAINS, DJL CLOTHS, RUGS, &c. Our Prices WILL BK FOUND LOWciLConsidering OJiliiies and Styles- lio n in aor other iioute in Alloo. In conseiiuenot* of the (.RK\T KX FENT of our SALES we are enabled to d » Btixiot a* on a VERY CLOSE Al ARGIX and it ii s reu-bjf uized fact that we bundle by far LARGER QUANTITIES OF GOODS THAN ANY OTHER HOUSH IS THE CITY. by a train IMI th# !’«. if Ville state line, bridge aud killed Th# father was fishing ! JuD« w h",,r" emwtllwta e day’s off the I-ridge aud wa* ,.!*.» .truck by the engine, but not en*! loud) hurt Died st Her lujurtes. W Ablst MU •. Ml* . Jun# 16—The fa moral thoroughbred mare Ii un trees ha* died from the ii yiiriex iweafved in the re cent railroad laiiktt. Georg# Hankins, her owner, bas telegraphed to have the mare's laxly cm imbued work ami the pay will lie the sam# aa tor the leu hour day. Urnw lint ta a Natatorial*. ORAMA, J un* 16- Ham Bom, formerly a bell boy In the 1’aJaier hoiix# in Chicago, and for th* Uwt iii re- day* empiryed in that capacity ai th# INtzloa house here, was drowsed while imthiag in th* usCw Vorium. Prrsri I Intl of Hi# .lr*,. VI KUKA, June 16 -An ant t Semitic riot *x-i ii rn ii at lJuhjwii, in iJthninia, inhabited neatly by Jews. The bulk of lh# Ii.-ii-#* were wreck* !, ami many of th# occupants wounded. Aw*-t'r*i#u Staten. Lox IN NI, June in—It is Mated that (Vin c#» > Ile! ii# of Or Ie.i«x, daughter of the count of I’aii ., tx I* trothed to Archdtik# Fran* U i'crdiuaiid. ut A ti .trio. I iiiverxal MuWrag# la Xpala. M MiRiU. June ti. —Hamm Marios |in> poses general political aiun#*ty to eel*. brats the rv)a1 sanction of universal auf In#- tsnii ll tot aa## Haring at Ckiragu. Cr <5.'.OO, Jutij l l- T,w #x|*riui#nt in I the ton { diat.’in** racing line tried lout -winier at Glifbui was a derided *ucce** And now hr Washington Bark club wdll xiv* taring their coining meeting a two ' mile race with 11, SAI addad, a two and I our half mil# roo* with it.SttJ, a three ' mil# race with U.uut, aud » four tail# race wilhn.oG Hail I n«M(h ag (lrar# Mew ley. Oxford*. K» I*. June lit. Hanker Henry I Camp ha* brought suit for divorce from j bb wife Unnip'x wife can-cd a prof on ml sensation by eloping sritb a traveling man only thre# weeks atter ber marriage. Kb* wax Miss (truce Rowley, of Mad bi hi, Wiz Writing a Play Cur Nullivaa. Nl w Vouk, Jon* In. To# World says Hum xii H Hart Uiti ,* a ruing a play for John I* Kullivgn, who will uutk# lift ffebnt as atbeatrliud star next acax hi, lt#M«>•alan!#*! ta Congress. ( 'im A<o, June 16 - Uofigrtwaman Ab n#r Taylor wa* renondna rd tty til* First liiiuots di»trict ll#liubiicau coagresMional ooav#nti*rn held here. I kl I ain now (travailing alimlet. neoeiviri4 a large aud vade I stock of Cloths, in all Ute for ''jtriag s.iit't, whU-'i I am prepared to make up ia Uh Most Pasliionablel Stvlos, GlARANTEEINti A Perfect Fit, Reasonable Rates and Completo Satisfaction. H.C.G. Montz. 112 Third st. ll! iii* [I; 18 GBI ‘hi Sil!- - rSmiI IRii8 Iii miffl ills i^n*; I " 5 ; ;