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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 26, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTO * ii    rn■; AILY TELEGRAPH. VOLL' M K -!L ALTON, ILL., MONDAY EVENING MAY 20. I HIM). NO. 293 ANAROIISTS AT H OI. But Their Plans Are Spoiled by a Timely Rain. POCKETED THE PROFITS, T/1 11) ) Aim! Turned th* Lomh Oim to th* Mon Who Employed Ulm. ST Pattl, Minn., May SR —Th* defalca-ti >n of E. J. Out*!! issaid to amount to Appointed by the Presbyterian ABOUT TEN POUNDS OF DYNAMITE Dr. J. W. Enos’ Sanitarium Placed at tilt- Uh sr of th** Mnniimrnt I rri'ttd In lla>Nn*i*l<«t Square* Iii orjr of th** 1’ol’iH iii*>ii Who ti—I Their Min on tho Mglit of May A, HUML— Tho Plot I ndotibedly tho Work of A iii*rrhtutu. (’nicAi.o, May 2ft.—An um-ucreaaful attempt wa* mndt* to blow up th** Haymarket monument, erected In memory of the policemen who were killed l»y the bomb thrown May 4. I KW. Officer Slinger, of the lhiplain**" Street station, near when* the monument is located, found on the bu*** of the monument a large tin can cont a .nit! if ten jmunds of dynamite with a fulminating cap and fit tie attached and wnqij***! up in two old dre#**'#. The Work of Anarchist#. The fun#* wan originally thre«* fe**t long btl! ha.* ton extingitahed when all hut thru** inches of It had been hurtle*! by the rain storm Friday night. mark ALTON, ILL. nu TtNOH announces that he ha* established In a building purchased for the DB’    purpose a SANITARIUM for the BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL. Hi* experience during many years ha* convinced him that all diseases mn be managed more eucceaefully in ait institution of thia kind, under tile constant supervision of the physician and with the aid of mean! not otherwise at command, than when the patients are teen by their medical ad vim**rf at interval! of several hours or davs. The position of the SANITARIUM \h high, and the surrounding are fro* from all noxious influences. It is readily reached by the Second street hors* cars, and is near the Union Depot. The building is large, and arrangement* are as perfect as* h jKMwoble from t knowledge of sanitary science and the requirement* of shell an institution. Electricity in all it* forms; Oxygon and it* compounds; Baths, Douches, MM****', Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided as may be required by patient*, in addition to such other treatment as may be deemed advisable. |.o,(IOO, and there is rn* doulit that Cattail has fled, leaving hi* own snd the affairs of Walker & (*o., in a deep hole. Mr. Walker, the Chicago lawyer, arrived Friday and the examination of the book* ami account* was begun. It was quickly discovered that while doing a general brokerage busine— for the firm, Cat tell had been doing extensive bucket shop operation* on his own account, pocketing the profit!* as they accrued, and turning in the Ii Nm*** to Walker Ar Ce. Ile was a l**ar, and wa* gradually worked out by the bull movement, and Anally swamped ami heavily involve.!. He was the resident partner of Walker* Co,, and their duly accredited agent, so that all legitimate commission bu si lien*, he transacted in the Arm’s name the Chicago house is re* s; tensible for. What Mr. Walker Hays. The firm will, however, endeavor to separata the bucket-shop deals and throw them out. Among the patrons of the of floe were many young moiety men, hest'ital book keepers and clerks, who will quickly |hh ki t their looses, for fear of publicity. Others, however, have (landed together anti employed ex Mayor O’Brien to blok after their interests. The senior Mr. Wal-I ker said: “No far as ws can now ascertain, Gat tell is short nome flO.rtW. My theory is General Assembly. IT PROCEEDS TO WORK AT ONCE. POR SALE. Eight room Frame House, good Cellar, Cistern, Sink in House. Magnificent river Report of the Committee to Which the Me* era I Resolution* RelatU. to the Appointment of a Commit tee on Revision W ere Referred -Overtnres In Fsvor of * Coner nett* Greet! Adopted- -Dr. McCosh Ad Ur** mm •» the Assembly. Sa KAT* ><>A, N. Y., May 28. The venerable Dr. James McCosh, ex*pre*Jdeiit of Princeton college, was introduced bhd addressed the Presbyterian as ■oui i lily Nalttr- \ day morning. He was followed by Rev. Dr. Matthews, of En (land, general -sere tory of the Presbyterian alliance. The report of the committee to which the several resolution* relative to the appointment of a committee on revision wen* referred was presented as follows: “Your committee reports that they have unanimously abreed upon the following preambles and resolutions, the adoption of which they recommend: j “W ii KU), As, The lad general assembly directed an overt UT** to be transmitted to the presbyteries, Ut these word*; I. Do of the confession view. Lot 50x120 For $1,250, Splendid Building Lots on Fourth street, hs follows, 60x120, $1200; 60x120, $1,000; 63x120, with rock foundation, included* $1,350. Magnificent River View to each lot cif ami to I you desire a revist**.* that he has Is-en speculating on his own    |    lf    mi,    iii    what    resjiecta, account and it is the knowledge that we vfhat extent! smt forbade that, (hat drove him away. He j “Vi hkkcah, It ajqivsrs from the report has been almost a son to me and it is one ^    committee    appointed    to can *    “ *    1    K,““    the    answers    of    the    pr«**by    tcri«*s    to    said A LARGE SOLARIUM For Son Bath* and exercise In cold and Inclement weather, etc., Ie provided. Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, «nd receives bb daily personal attention. Tilt: HAYMARKET MOM MT VI. burned powder on the in*-** marked the original lengt h of the fuse The pollee have no clew ae yet to the jverpetrators of the deed. Extraordinary efforts v ill la* made to find the instigators, who are un doubtfully In the rank# of the Anarchists.. A Mo*t Powerful Explosion. Th* material in the can was tested by W. B. Ism is, <»f the /Etna Powder company. He pronounced it dynamite, heav fly charged with nltro-glyccrine, and hence a most p< wcrful explosive. Bo far the polic** have placed no su*pi<don on any one in particular, save an ex* Anarch istle editor. Hi# recent movement* are being of our rules never to speculate. I have told my sons I wou Id disinherit them if they ever speculated.” Has Hern Living High, The Canell family is Bch and well con nes ted in the east, and it is the current opinion here that the Walkers know whtee the missing man ta, and are quietly holding him to effect a settlement wit h his relatives. Before his departure he sold his horses and carriages, several diamond# and other valuable, and induced a prominent railroad man to put up SI J,oho on a wheat deal, but the latter says Walker dc Co. will make g*#»d his biose* He ha* be* ;i living for the past year at the rate of MUJIK) JST ..linum. DECLINED. GOVERNOR HUMPHREY Hi- VV <»uM Net Present Himself Before a Itn «l lies* Men'# Convent ten. Top Kg A, Kan, May 26.-—Governor Humphrey declined to present himself Is - i fore the Kansas busine** men’s convention when the committee, headed by Marsh Murdock, of Wichita, wailed on him. The , e<-nu. lit lee reported to the convention, and a se ti wat bm follow iii, Mayo! Clement, of Wichita, inquired excitedly whether the governor of Kansas refused to give a re-mjmh tful audience to the people of Kansas. looked up, hut so far ascan la* learned th*-    Murdock    stated    he    had    nothing    fur Now Open FOR TILK RECEPTION OF PATIENTS. For further information addrest Dr. ENOS at th® SANITARIUM, corner ol police regard him as an instigator rather than the actual perpetrator of th*- crime. He is well known in the east ami west. He wilt probably be taken into custody for pur j awes of examination unless It is shown that the suspicion b* unfounded. The talk about Mrs. I’arsons being im pl I cate*! hi discredited. George and Third st®., Alton, III. A CHICAGO PRIEST SHOT. Murdered Was GLOBE Guarantees Prices. tty a Blacksmith Who * rasy with Liquor. Chic aho, May 26.—Rev, Father S. M. A. Barrett wa# shot Friday night by Patrick J, Kwtdy, a horse#hoer, aud died at D o’clock Saturday morning. Father Bar rett was witting on the porch of hi* house at ISS North Sangamonstreet, when Readjourns ap and complained of feeling 111. The priest advised him to go to Is#! and get some stop, saying that he would prelwibty lect better s. ft cr obtaining rest Heady made no reply, and suddenly drew a revolver and fired, the bullet entering Father Barrett’s abdomen. On the Verge of Dellruni Tremens. Heady wa# arrested and locked up at (lie West Chicago Avenue station. He seemed to be tai the verge <<f deli rum tremens, and the "dicers think that he is Insane. He said that he intended to ah*«t his brother and Alderman Young after he had killed the pros* Father Barrett had been pastor of St. Stephen* church for twenty «me year*. He was ordained as a priest in Rome, where he obtained his education twenty-five years ago. F.x Alderman Barrett is his father. flier to *uy except that the governor un-deretood one thing and the committee another, ll Was of Mo Use. Mayor Clement, after a few atirrlug re mark* on the right of the peojde to be heard by their public servant, the governor, moved that a committee of six be rent to state to the governor respectfully, hut most earnestly, that the meeting deair* d his pre*.-nee The motion passed amid citee**#. The second committee returned soon and Chairman Ch'in isnt reported that th# governor positively decline*! to appear. Amid cheer* a memorial was adopted demanding a sjiecial session of the legislature, and resolutions demanding that congress shall not yield to any •tote a bingle power given tt under constitution. the A PREACHER IN TROUBLE. THE GLOBE TM# Rapt 1st Anniversaries. CHIC AUO, May J6i— Saturday morning's session of the Bapt Ut anniversaries was devoted to report* and discussion* of mission work. Rev J D. Fulton, of Boston, In an addspi^sl^tbe »ub}«*ct severely at tacked Rd.'    lllWMRle    an    appeal    for the red* .Rf* mWFIIaq from the cures of th# “serpent He Is ('barged with Securing Money na forged Motes. Kan*AX CITY. Mo., May 86.—-H. H. Dean, a noted Methodist revivalist and preacher, was arrested at I louisville and placed in jail at Liberty, Mo For over a year Dean |gg| not been preaching but had been selling musical lustral 't* on com mission Aug. 8 last he left 1%    |    suddenly,    and it wa* said that ha Hic    10 credit genuine paper giReti by farmers to secure pay nients on musical Instrument#, and ta lids manner jiaveil the way to securing money on al tore-1 forgs«i note* lls would alway* request that nothing to #rttdtothe makers of the note#, aa they would feel badly to think that their MMT was tieing neg*»tiated. John E. Hullo, who wa# out HW, instructed the officers t,, use all means In their power to bring Dean to Justice Th# grand Jury last February unlit tad him for forgery. The total of the alleged forgeries imperil, When Dean wa# arrested he said he overture, that UM pre* byte rte* have an awered ’Ye#* to the question; therefore, "Resolve*!, I, That a committee rom-jKMii of one member of the assembly from each synod, to wit: Nineteen rniuidem and ten elder# lie appointed by the moder-ator to nominate to tlii# assembly a com mil tee cou#i*ting of fifteen mi Hiders ami ten elders which shall be called "The a#-armbty’a committee on reel-ion <»f the con fere ion of faith;” which eommi* tee, when ooh slit uted by the general assembly, shall con#id*-r the MiK'^tstimi i#,»de by tin 1‘re* byterian* in their answer to the second of the above quod ion*, and formulate and re*tort to the general assembly of Bl'-M, such altviationa and amendment# to the confusion of faith ss in tlieir judgment may be de* tned desirable, j "2. ThU* committee on revision shall ■tee! at the call of a teinjMirnr) chairman to I* maned by the moderator and slut 11 1 upon meeting appoint their own perm: ne ut chairman, aud shall have power to Ail * actin* ie*. *8 Thia committee is Instructed to meet at an early tint**, not later than (Jct ill, te a, him] diligently pursue Ila work, that it may pf mptiy re;.ort at the Hooting of the gen- r ,l assembly *»f WM, and, “Wha UK ax,    rdxty eight presbyter!*'* have au*wervd ‘No’ tot lie ti ret of I he alan -• question**, and aix*y nine presbyter!## of those answering ‘yes’ have expressly said that they desire no change In the con fee aion of faith to be mode that tnijiaire the integrity of the system of doctrine taught therein, therefore, “KesdPtoi, That thia coni rn I tore on re vision be and hereby are instrtided that they shall not propose any altorat urns or amendment# that will In any way impair the integrity of the reformed or Calviui* tic system of doctiiur taught in the con feaslon of faith.” Adopt ell the It* port. Great applause followed the reading of the report Dr. Met’nu-ken heartily seconded th# paper, and Dr. Erekliir pro needed to ad drew* the assembly in it# sup port. He wa# interrupted by erie* of •Question," and soon yielded to the assembly’s impatience to get to a vote. l i e re j .ort was unanimously adopted and the assembly sang “Praise (rod from Whom All Blessings Flow." The moderator then announced the committee, which will Dominate the actual com rn lf toe of re* i* ion, aud the committee at once went toto session. A < oneensus Creed. The committee on bill* and overture# re ported in favor of a concensus creed. Dr Johnson oppoee*! the report on th** ground that the proposition la inopportune. I>re Thornjn-'m and Kt-nq»h*ll favor**I the mo-lion Dr. Patterson said be would vote for the committee’* report (Applause* he believed that the attempt would not encored in the end. |ia*ugh-ter.) It would to to the credit of the church, however, to make the attempt. The question* was put and the report adopted by an almost unanimous vote. This finished the Important busine## of the assembly of INSU, aud at noon It ad j. urnt-d untu Monday morning. Thirty acre farm 2 1-2 miles southeast of Brighton, all in cultivations Four room frame-hous^, Cellar, Barn, Cog) Granary, 3moke-house* Well, Cistern, Will sell for less than $35 per acre. Money to Ilioan. Dorse? k Mal, SIO Belle street. ADJUSTABLE WINDOW SCREEN. * Strong, Light ani Handsome. Fits any Window, The Cheapest Respectable Screen in the Market. Oiled or Stained. • For Sale toy PITTS Sc HAMILL. 315 Italic st-, Alton, 111. A. J. HOWELL URA Ut* IN CARPETS, CURTAIN CLOT IIN. RUGS, &c. OIL .ialy innn mu- cunt w. ■*111    . ~v    . .    l. In the aftoru,H>n I tov. T. j wa* glad be was back, as he could no ..    .    *    •    a1    I.iiitfor    at    MTH    I Our Prices WILL BE FOUND LOWER-Considering Qualities and Styles- Titan in any    other house in    Alton.    In consequence    of the < JKK AT EXTENT of our    SALES    we are enabled    to do Buttal ha on    a VERY CLOSE MARGIN and It is    a recognised fact    that we bandle    by far LARGER QUANTITIES OF GOODS Guarantees Goods or Money Refunded. G. Field, of Minneapolis, in an able addr##* presented the ml## in nary problem, ami a few word* were listened to from several missionaries about to leave for foreign laud*. longer stand dodging about tbs country. THE GLOBE Has a Larger Assortment anil Complete Stock HENCE: You owe a Duty to Yourself to Call A Lu ti. Ivor ( win |>M, In frouklr. Hew Vt nix, May 86—The Herald’s Quebec special says: In consequence of ovsr#peculatb>n in timber ami a decline In price* in F.ngbm I. binit b. VV are Si Co., leaning dealer* ta lumber in this city, are in financial dim ult ie*. Their liabilities are about ®2,<J9U,0Q0, and the principal creditors are London (Knglaml) and Canadian bank* Westovn lumbermen are creditors for fTbO.OfXL Unte#s a #ettlament • an to made, It will to a serious blow to the Inin!*-1 trade. (Mara*sing (lie Miner#’ Inteeeata I Bih -hklx, May 28,-In the miner* con-greas i*f Jol niont Friday British delegate II to turd urged the necoasity that future eongrease# -hould aecure a totter Amel ican reprriwutatkm. Wilson (Ilritiah) moved ti*ai th# dingle#* approve the prln (-Md.- of etal* in tor val it ion to fix the length of a working day. The French, German, Belgian an I Austrian delegations voted unanimously in fsv«r of the motion. Twenty-one British del* gate# voted for It aud uine against. THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE CITY Rue linen by as Laflin*. GHM WATI, May 26 - Michael Ryan, aged *W, a wealthy contractor of Newport, Ky., wa* struck by a switch engine tit the foot of John Street, mi the L<Mii*vilie and Nashville railroad st ii o’clock in the morning, anti instantly killed. He was walking on the tracMwheti the engine attache*! to a bnggnge ear iNv ktd down and before he noticed it* approach the unfortunate mao wa* kntxked down and horribly m**ngb d IU leaven a »i low ami five children. A Han>4net ta t iark**»n. UoSTOM, May 26—Zion. J. 6 Clarkson, first assistant poet ma#tar general, was the guest of tim N'iirfolk club at Young’s hotel yesterday. .   _____^ gentleman i> >-ent were Governor Brack ell. Lieutenant Governor Halle, Mayor Hart, lector Heard, and Hon John D. Long. Gen. Clarkson spoke on the southern quortion, civil service reform, and the tariff. Ute address was received with great favor, and be was many times inter rn pled with applause. Strike foe Reinstatement mf Men. CHIC VOO, May 86.—Ail of th# freight switchmen in the etnjdoy of the Illinois Central Railroad company, In this city, went out on strike at T o’clock in the mom Mig. but returned to work two bour* later pending aa investigation into the merit# of their grievant. Two days ago one of their number was discharged for alleged neglect of duty aud two were suspended for thirty days. The striker* demanded their return to work with pay from the date of dismissal Tile local I pre*«Hn* »l...l«, for Spring Hum, WU* I ..o i) to m»K, up ii tot any wrong that may have lawn dona. )v\m nu I em now receiving x large »n«l vario-l stock of Cloth*, in ell the I it## to un Lite IsMtraaw. Cairo, May 26.— James R McClure, as siiJaut ticket agent of the Illinois Gent rat com jut uv, bas toes declared in* me by the county court. I oast week to tried to commit ’ > u icid** and it was found that he ha I burrowed money on f**r«***l note* to meet Aiiiong t he <lt»t tugtils! e«l    P®1*®*"-    ***» ....    Rea.Sk.    I    ^IdO.    f«»r    which he appear# I > im bud a mania iHT ■    .    ,    .a. Most Fashionable Styles, GUARANTEEING A Yew ll) Ho ton-an#*. U in oui, May 26.—At (ndlub, IVuaaia, Fi.lay the hoUM- of a farmer, c«intain-lug hts insane wife and two chlkirwn, catigilt fire The fanner hastened to the house from ex* a*lj*iining Held and st- (EYEU Am ANON) at the GLOBE. ruasd Dea*l en Hie lluarstep. Ut Loris, May 26. — A #p*< ial to Th* Evening Cr** inc ic from Little Hock, Ark., says: James ll Horeihriak, a wealthy banker snd eapitalbt, of this city, was found «lea<I on hi# front door st* jai .Saturday H orning He was out late Friday night, sod his drat h i# siij*po*ed to have been caused iqr apptqxtex) ut lier Jewelry.    I tempted to rescue the inmates, He had .... .r    I*.«    M-Ut*, T F I Boaroaly entered the burning building OAKiAMk CMi,    •)    r    r    whfin t'u r<jof fe]l aLl, ull tim Chapman, wife tif a wealthy miuiug mail, ( )llirniMj to doeth. lost 17,000 worth of Jewely and diamonds A Perfect Fit, Reasonablt Rates Complete H.C. G. Montz. 112 Third st. and Satisfaction. while st the Knell seminary commence men! exercises Thursday night Her house ba*! been entered by burglars re .cully, and she put the Jewelry in tor j## Wet for safe keeping. A pickpocket »l<de the pat Wage during the evening, and the police have no clue. J * rn HILDEBRAND Invites You. AII- Lake whore Ksrsisgs. MD.* AUK xx, WI*., May 26.—The earn lugs vt the Milwauto . LUn Sh*.re aud \\ ,*n-m for the third w.*.k in May were ga7 ray m against t6l.7^5 for the corresponding week of I st year, sn increase of •86,777. flappoM'd Te Mr is (as ad a. NKW YokX, May 86.-The Tribune * Pittsburg, Pm., special say* that W E. Hart, agent for William it James O’Neill, Thomas Weddell and other coal operators, hi missing, sad that he is lad#Wad to the O'Neill* iv the axtent of W.W0, aud to Waddell In the sum of 114,000. He ie believed to to is Canada Depends nu Kaqlamt's Action. Lo XPO*. M my 26.—The Chronicle pub-liwhee. an account of an interview with tbs Newfoundland delegate* on the fishery depute w ith Frame The detegsu-# de elan- that there would be no thought of annexation to I ic    Stat. * unless England neglect,.. .«•» interesta ll. A. HOFFMANN. \u 100-102 East Stroud st. HrsfiHt ta Ita-slN by a Horse. C A Mi lo Ufo.n, UU , May 26 Ka at my An-drewa. a young fanner boy living near bere. tied one end of a rope around X boree snark and tied the other to bis own waist.- The boree Warn# frighten**! and 1 dragged him nearly a mile through the timber, crushing his head to a Jelly. Fireball* “Q/7CA Wan rn »lu«l UK AL” (/.ISO/JNK STOWS Ccm k SlGVi’H I alist Five Years. ■rf% auth nng, Sp toting ai Lew aadwly yT77'rirv >    uTnf*    v    s    k    issa    hy Vs AI I I HJJ non* reeisi.tved. a»l#ry lie* ISI ,u4 linruu. rata Pel I .tar dvtoiMM rn iMMcutowrs. Scots ousiplota, etui (sat-sslim* teens Hi si iilTDT fKtt. We ywswtis# crAsl we (MhwWea Wise BXewl BOTMBXA I ur.rr> em. MOSCH* III* fUfthHRlll »#iteW*I --- ;