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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 28, 1890, Alton, Illinois $ -ta" VOliUME ALTON, ILL., WEDNESDAY Interviews with Several Leading Senators. SOME SORT OF BILL WILL PASB Dr. J. W. Enos' Sanitarium AXjTON, ILL- l>K ENOS sunouiioes that he tow “stablishori la a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL, HU .xperumo.    SS eta be managed more •    y    _ ^ ^    j    mean*    not    ot her* feassss zsess&isz* ** »,*-> .•*_ at Intervals of    IT    A    FU    UM    la    high, and the surrounding are free •JSEfiS    Sa- «* th*«—4 “”81 hor" car*, and la near the Union Depot.    r»«rfect    aa    la    possible    from The building la large,    S^menU    of    such    an    institution. Electricity in all Ita forma, Oxyffon anawm^^ reqalred by pa-Mswage, Inhalath>n Whkh Will W#neat IS# VtPrw, Wfc» Are Insult- to Sapport Tl»*»u««l»r«Comfortably—What Senator Sherman Way* of th, Cir DL ut Dili- Vl»%»* of AlUaon, Cullom and tether (k-nrtm-Items of ln*«T”»* from tho Capital. WiMimm cm, May SS.—A numla r of the leading senator* were Interviewed Monday on th** probabilities of pension legislation during the present seasloa of cong reno. Senator Da via, of Minnesota, chairman of the pension* committee, ami Mr. Sawyer, of Wisconsin, both wild that aa they were member* of tile com mittee on conference that had the WH under oonsid-eratlou it would be manifestly Indelicate for th* rn to discuss It In the newspaper* before an agreement wa* reached, bot the report that ha* bee* submitted to the sen ate set* forth their slews la detail and they would endeavor to secure the enact, meat of each a WU aa was therein described Senator Sbeiman said that con gre*s would not adjourn without passing Home sort of a WU for the benefits* th* veteran* who, by reason of their age ie disease or around* incurred In the service, were unable to support themselves coni Notably, but as the bills which have passed the senate and house were now ta the conference committee he preferred not to say or do anything that could In any way embarrass or be construed to reflect upon the gentlemen who have the subject in charge Tin* country might have wapW> 5£f deuce that they would reconcile the differences bet ween th* bouse and senate ana report a hill that would go "    «J* revenues of the government would permit in gum malty toward the soldiers. * favors the Per Diem Hill. ,    . Ho far aa the per diem WH ie concerned Mr Sherman think* it I* a measure more just than the universal service or age pen •ion, which would afford the same as^rt-aaoe m all. regardless whether the) served one dav or four yean- in the army. did not think such a service pension in aid of the emotion of a national »»*»«>-ment or memorial to Dun. Oran!i at Diver tide nark in New York city. The rewUte t ion appropriates **0.000 to tar byth** secretary of the treasur y andIP*' over to the Graff! Monument ^cu*ti< n to provide tor th# successful »*>mpietism <* the Mo tion of the monument, provided, however, t hat the secretary of the treasury shall lie fore paying over this money, have satisfactory evidence that thew* eta" nj™ t***n contributed and in the han<W the treasurer of the monument a eociatkm no* less than *280,000 to sid ta the erection of the monument. FOR Presidential N#r»t*StteM*S. WAMIIVOTO* ClTT. May **.-Th# preai-,h lit has sent to the senate the following nominations: Kdmuud W F. WMta»«e the District of Columbia, to be ^cretanr of th# legation and cottaul general iff the United States at Bogota. George H. Wd* lace, of Missouri, ta be consul general of thsrtnitod Stat## at Melbourne, To be consuls of the United Stateat Daugherty, of I ll tao*    JT*’ Rouuceville Wildman, of Idaho, at W a pore; Samuel L. Bracey, WMaesachU wtts, at FuoCViw. CMM; KtwkvwdU. Flint, of Wlseousin to br marshal o'th rutted States fjr the western district or Wisconsin.    ...... Payson and lawter Hutting WaU-WASntVOTO* CtTT, May’A—Judge Fay am was at Hie Capitol for a short time Monday for the first time eta** J as take* lick st .out two week* "go MiJ. I awl takes long walks daily by physician, but is forbidden to attend the sc Mien* of the hon** for two weeks BRET HABTE** BAD BOY. lls Dei* late Trouble for Hvuablu* Dp * Family. sheriff’* Jnry* Family New York, May ta.—A over which Guo. Sickles He WU thinking men prodded, found a verdict of    against    Francis K. ll arte, son of Bret Harte, ta a stat by J amra J. Smith for th* alienation of th* affection of hi* wife, Klans K. Jmlth. The verdict wa* for the full The Smit)** were married in IGW- »® J have two children, of whom tj^jvtfehm possession. A referee has Ju*t reoom mended that th* children be given to the ti I Hi) land. Where th. Items.# WW IbW Th# livable seems to have dated from the time the family went * bmrd with Mrs, DrtWy rn voung Harte mm a gu«rt. kit Detk , urn i titled thai Harte’»atlaniioua loMru smith | became marked that th*.y caused earn- »*»•■ is tiente, in addition SOLARIUM A LARGE tor Soil Both, and exercise a    rojoHSOI    hi, Each patient ta thoroughly examined ny ut. bow, telly personal attention. ISTow Odexx FOR TITE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS. Ftr further formation .Bro. Or. MOS »t th. SANITARIUM. cerer .! George (Mid Third its., Alton, III. as this wa* favors bv the    . among the soldier. of the war'IJeprta oner* of war WH wa* one. h# said. that ap-peal. particularly IO the sympathies and tmtri .ti.rn of all, and should be passed, but he underrtood that most of the survivors of Confederate prisons wen* already i on the pension rutta Th# nay the soldiers the difference between thv value of greenback* at the time of the war . and the value of gold would, lf    j bankrupt any govurnment on earth, iand Im did not think it would ever receive ae- , lions consideration.    .    , Senator Teller said he would leave ^^ wmmiMee^ttb tall oonfldence that yard upon a special {nvLtiuated th** eohject and knew ex r>-*»denoe at Buyer Hmgnte.    .-jw,*# .w ily what they needed and what couldI j <**,,* was acwrted tbs party herb tai Iona For himself, be was in favot of Justice Teyhu-. Ws>or learso ti , nit liberal pension* possible, and | gUi,^ Cooaul Taylor were' wanted them paid la silver pert    |tad»kc *M a ywry p    ni0n»lng the Senator*Uh»on naidThat he had bee* CO r!**al nartv visited Winnipeg and left .      with    hts    duties    ae    a    meto Clote of the Pretbyterian tembly at Saratoga. PROCEEDINGS OF THE LAST DAY, Tbs Committee »« *rrUU>« Given Power *, I-,, hi Db IU tonelnslon. If H.m-he.l »rt. re Hie Time of the Hest General Assembly Rep.** of tbs Fasten!tte* -Karra ti se*— H« solution* of lh* Mi«»a*t»tor and tuber*. SAH ST* HA, N. Y., May SA—1«> the bvtarian atwmbiy Tues*I*J nKWtdng Judicial committor reported the case WH. N. Wilson against the presbytery of Phil adelphia, anil the papers wen* ofd^i returned to the parties. In the *Mm of t lar-euo. W. P Backus against the presbytery of Recharter, the committee re po. ted that the pnceadleg* before Ute *yn«»d of New York were regular; adopted. Dn moUon of Dr. Crosby, Kev. Dr J. A. Hodge, of Hartford, and Rev. Dr. John I* Scrtt, ai Boston, were added lo the committee on en operation of chun ore. The committee on narrative, reportal that it bad under serlou* embarrassment liecnuse of th# negUgonoe of presbfterlee in to their lutrndlvo*. Oat of the 218 prest»yt#rie* seventy<me had failed tesend oarrs ti em to this assembly. Tim l livre abow that in the 213 presbyterian there are 8, ll* ministers. 387 Ii, , net ors aud LOM. candidates. B-veoty pine Ihousand uerwms were receive,! and St,OOO on oerti-flcate. Total number of rom mn til, ails. Kid,OM; net gain during the year, 1<»,IWX I ne AB el enc- of Elder*. A refervtue in the narratire to the lnef-flckru v of elder* ta I he matter of holding churel, martoaa re is**. I a Httle brecae. Mr. Wl.tte thought the rtateraent was na* I»jr authority. He believed ^    .    s«ia    *d A work Of the pa-ti^s    \    * commissioner strenglf obJ,cte I ta<t\M ^ port a* clam legUBDoo all were equaHy guilty before Clod. IU moved that the unction he laid on the table. b»t The report was recommiital for nu-(libation by Insertion of the word* “Home elders. The committee on nmrAo^y repgrted111. death- In the ministry during the year The Est wa* read and the nimbly rtood while Dr. White offered a prayer. H L. Fib hinger surd J. K Gsiffen. of Iowa were appointed a commit ta to slop N'a'h!'‘‘i. 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; 68x120, 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 framo-house, Cellar, Barn, Cog) Granary, 3moke-house, Well, Cistern. Will Bell for less than $35 per acre. Money to Ejoan. tai a Un, 111 Hi ital ADJUSTABLE WIEDOW Strong, Light Hairborne Mr. buath is a cripple. He u‘rtiBw' i1 ai eel him tm U> Aud where nU were. HU home, ho said, hail been Ll* family l>r»k*n up, and hi* children taken from him Harta did pot appear. The Jury wa* out but a few minute*. Th# Deb* si Uaaaeafbl al Wlmslpeg. W,NMI*M„ Man.. May #, -Th* I re in carrying the Duke of Connaught arui party reached Winnipeg et »«» Monday -- Adopted aith but twodi# iv hic h—Dr. Van* I Oil HOR 101 IHE GLOBE Guarantees Prices. r THE GLOBE Guarantees Goods or Money Refunded. THE GLOBE Has a Larger Assortment and Complete Stock HEjNCE: You owe a Duty to Yourselt to Call (KYER ANH ANON) at tno GLOBE. TTTT .PEBRANP Invites Y ou. chwely ocooided with hi# duties tar of the appropriation* committee WA t the come.,RUH. on fl«ance thbthe he. not been able to give any specteJ the subject of pensione, tai. he talievoa j that the tall Which had parted the senate WM a good ort He had great confide*** la Un- committee and would vote for any measure they prop**! Senator Cullom **id: “I do not taw whether I am in favor of th* conference bill or not I do not know anything about it except what I rn* In the papers. I do not know exactly what Its provisions are, and of course I can not ex pre** anyoplm ion My feeling * th*1    “ out going a* far a* it ought to go In^favor or the veteran* of the late* war. Of cooree we niurt keep the pension* within the rev* mZ    effort    to    literate#^ lion. but I ain in favor of as great liner ality a* possible, having rn view the itn- SSS? fhareaiwt^Tuv^taa do to in future.      _ TI,.. Dfprertalrd Currency y«r*Sbm. •Jin ran in favor of a hill to pay the mddS/Se differente brtwrea th, vrtwe of the gwenbacke they pay and the value of -No such hUl is going te ta iMteted Then I* not money enough ta the wert# arr I- PM _____ware    have    not iu    oiraprehension cif the amount one) is would require and the em»>ar- rm.rn.oL Hull would I at Urn, It ««*uld ciwt a* much a. the na- rtomd ch bt "      — THE NATIONAL LAW MAKERS. ft»r****<ll»g* I* *be Senate and H*W# at K#pr#*e*tat I v a*. \V tpnsfltoa CU V, May 2b.—In the sen Tuesday Blackburn ak bb item requart wa- excused from further tervlre- on the MHumittee on territories. Allison pre- rem* end ram et* from citiren. of Bur-h,Igloo. Iowa. against the I duties on ore* from Mexico. After further I routine burt*** th* senate resumed cc^ deration of th. WH subjwri^ impofted liquors to th# provisions of the|taws of the several rtata., the question Wing tile sulwtitute reported from th* Jodlciary spent r»»yal pnrty for the «*art at noon The biri Disagreed. mixnxa^olis. M.J a-st.rtj;* libel suit of Actors LA to and William* «. Hlurt Fanny Davenport sfter being mu 2 p rn. Monday came tote owrt Tuesday morning andsnnouncedths they could rug agre* They rtood rtx for a verdict varying tar,rn dx for I rent or nothing meat Is affected a retrial will ta ate- riMHied bf a rte* EsUa««l*h#r. Utica, X Y , May 2A-TT.e an temple fire extinguisher on the third floor of the Glob. Woolen mill* baret about 5 o clock tx machinery #»d (nbrh* in tbs pre*.##* of manufacture, all of wWpb wffte grimily damaged. The lo** I* <80,000. TK# Fasrteartag. <ta* uAffyn* is.ap, May TA—-Bo grert wa* the crowd desiring i-t-rfonoauce af tai and prreent the assembly’s "owiiflaul pack a ga resolution to the senate of lh* United States . . stilting voices, one rn whlcn I). kc> we bean I to say a it h «cmrtder- fthu emi>basis 'What ha* this aeneteWf iTto do with oridta d PIV ^gcd" ItUrtlni l owmlttere The ooremlttes on revision wascmpnw-•red to piihllsli Ha anrtu-,.rn* W na- bf* te.ffpre we lime of next nsaembly. Ihe r dl of standing eim.mlrtees wa* tl.en r.iitai ami discharged in oviMr aa Die) ivt(Cried tbrir work flnlrtwd. B lien tnt eommUtee <>u tall-* sod overtures wa* Si Dr Darling, of the Albany pert, bytery, asked what had brome *! the overture of hU presbj *ery on a short crertL A delegate advised him to tell H to stand right by the Presbyterian church. U^'gb tor I Dr. Darling wa* informed that the overture WIW In the hat*!* of th comm It SM en revision. Untwist lot.* of THaaks* At Hr4K> o’clock th<! bwlnees at the m-sembly barisutlswt. ItoUbed. lb* mtantes of the session were read and approved. Dr Kingsbury, of Sew Jereey. then nm\ resolution* of thanks to tta miA^or, Rev Dr Moore, of Col UMI bu*. !>»!«*», tho efficient and dignified tangier ta whtok he ba.1 presided ever the d«Hbemtl«»s of the assembly. The rre<duttah sad other* thanking local com mil lee* of arrange S    mr- . “XX After a fervent preyerby    X the staging of th# hymn, “Bleat Be toe Tie that fluids," the moderner pronounced the benediction and th# assembly ad IfiitriiP'd s%t Rf? (1|f Immediately after adjournment the OOO)mitten- on revision held a nwrt ag and (tedded ho meet in Ptttaburg the Brat Tuesday ta October. Fits soy Window. SCHEEN. The Cheapest Respectable Screen in the Market. Oiled or Stained. For Sale by PITTS & HAMILL, 315 Belle eh. Altern. DI. A. J. HOWELL DEALER IN CARPETS, CURTAINS, OIL CLOTHS, RDGS, Ae. rn i ii *4**5 received for theta gold at the same Bot ta for years. The men the passu- '• of such a me the ellghte-t of money to wttoam the initial i#riornMP* - ih* pmM/oa play kbat » Urge Bum tar of people ksdtota ^*#'1 admittance. N<* ta*" *ban Anuria!* were among the UKfftenm aum sue* The Weather wa* play proved a great suecees It will ta re I* attn!    ^    H i , T - ri— irea*a of a Wsrtthy Oterthter. Nxwahr. N. J., May    Rr Shall, founder of the cluing •"»    ^r- -hall A Ball, died at his horn# In Big; -^*,1 74 years. A widow and two children Si!;’ST «.#»•-* Paterson and    City,    Jgl -nl,-red one of the mort *ot»tenttrt in the slate The estate U said to ta vary ax en I elva.    ............——. R«,bbr,l a 1. Paal Batete##. i    von,moo., mw #r— 1 U M th. o(B« o» -mr, Umb * Bom, hi,Leber* some time belwaen Baturday ; ^    ot,ur -od I lh win, . .IMI. SHW# •»* '’“"V 'XX gStoJSsgj Ivhsilows rteod#g Agata. JOHMTOWU. PU. MU,*.-Araj. ■tom    "U-d 'oHu-^u*;1 ruu,b .unwr. h«" #“*•>'■ GREETINGS FROM METHODISTS. A It#**aal kltr nlM ta th# Bapllrt Aa-»| ver»#rl#*> On IC note May 28.—The Bapti.t Home Mlnrifn society rtiil had pomvw,:««n of th# -anoiversari#*" TWlsy asom-ng when the day’s sawdon was op*mal with the taeua) devotional axerdeaa Th* brother who led In prayer refereed with much laming to the little disagreement over the uolor line, which marred the pi oread! ag* of Monday evtming, and implored the im-tuber* of the great mtadon soclrty to act lovingly. w» spr»k lovingly ff.d ta par mil the spirit of lore to rota Ka#. H. r. Golby, ofOhK sod Mr*. Om ^ a mis denary, spoke of the difficult ie* in christ i ani tm g Merton A Ft#a*aat ■atarvaptl#*- The meeting wa* ntaasantly ‘«>terrupi#d *t th# cha# of Mrs tWn * remarks by th# •■itraaoe of Rev J«»hnO. Foster * Mrthod-t„, minister, imariog th# greeting* of that ,Un.«oluat!,H. ta<^hicag«>. NrVFoetardw llrered a brief address which was frequently interrupt*,! by 'Ijl'JjjJ JjjJ tumultuous appiews" of hts B-ipth* llrt roan, At th# ooftdmdoo of tta reraartu* Rev Kingsh-y, th# president of the Bap-t»rt Home Mission society, annaly grasped F- er-i hind and said that three Our prices WILL BR FOUND LQWER-Considering Qualities and Styles- Alton. SALES In consequence of the ara enabled to do Than In any other bouse in S3SS - TJVcSSse MARU.N -a a a . - ogniited fact that we handle by far LARGER QDANTITIES OF GOODS THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE CITY. Slater* Of a million of Baptists bade th# Methodist* gtid*i>e*d Ow Ste# Veegs af Call*peins-K*w Yoga. May Bt-TI..- Tribune say* the Manhattan Mutual Fire Insurance of collapsing. transrKiriation shall have tertni >   ang. The river# aaa rte | rt nt ^x»mlnsd -the i«*.k* f-f ct**- ««-n jTTud found hut WO or HO on bend. tenuous tran*tK»rt»ti«m sna»    I    b.mees    un    tturt    rtrert    -    ... n.t,d * bs c on-idend t^.v. cs^ "*    n    b(U    it    ta    aul thought they will th, *uh)#< i. *# comuxere# with fo-l«n    go mach LteSgk ta ___ and among the -verel "ta._ ^ j tit kbkc May id — -The asset* of Memaa. 8m! VWadcl 6a, ta. Mg lumber firm ut tin* aly. who are in dilBcolrtsa, ara tercel j in rtteiesa of their liabilities, and StiLMaBltm baw agreed ta Mea lr I, ,u,(K,1oq rec aired to reaUae SS Ci'ssr-'ii.'“T- I,r..|.ny - uhl.. th. M»l«.na ta .abjKt a, u* police regulation*. teeing* la th* Moas#. The house passed senate MB for th# tatai 3 .iS»«reJ5** Kalla Pa at a curt of F4', *». with an Leu'dmcnt st raking «t th* ^V^TSSlf claus#; a1m senrte MU tor a inu at Mnrtiu-butg, W. Va, with un •mend men* redoing th* limit of eortfrtaa mm.m U. r-AOeO. Ttaea^wwoeerei^ uixui the curt -rn* adminis-railve bill was ■ubniltted bv McKinley *nd alter an hour s Th# lrtiuoerata rn a and unpaid loaaee diu, to th- amount of The lnvsrtigatiou was brought Bey bidders of SPRING SLITS. t now tvcei viujz a large and varied stock of Cloth*, In all tba pnxSllnt »*«•«• ,or s(’rin>« Su‘u' ,hicl‘ ‘ “ pf*P"*4 *°    "P Most FasDionable i Stv les, GUARANTEEING A Perfect Fit Reasonable Rates and Complete Satisfaction. H. C. G. Moritz. 112 Third st. lh# tiaw sad extension required S?mTuS; stuck of timber hrtd by the drw (girt mm---—*---- int arts rsrtrttertte—Ut*. IKrirtfiaaipa, Ida, May was prohibition Isis te» the nutu’wr of «J0 met instate coo VCO Goo here luesday. a355«iS«K»K-—- out through OB. of th# policy bowers « th# ooh,pony- whose l*## by fire bad ta«n ■ettled by bi* accepting lb* «»mpatty * mA a th# cash nor taTug forthcoming Ttaiotal llabilittas of th# wrtpany are ataut NR,0U0.    fWor 106. Th# stale ticket Into I, HattMUtl gu*«»»«* to ti rant-Wxmhkotox Cm. May Sh.—Mr. Flower af New York Introduced iu th# house a jLt resolution maktai an appropriation atertle* tHk###* larttertsi Jmi.Vi’iTT,N. ta Mar Sri-^txty right dkrtifm otters have taeu di luted by th* I HwWh; -un / .• ““i ijr- ' >revi.nteen * true nills we?# r :u- ;t « -ta. agalart an J al four mcmbi-m. iii# tharg# is , aMrtlrscy. Four .ran I j »ro«. P* - ut# I a protect wit tao rid dvre tk#m frow th# b«.»h i rn that tb#y vers eosrcptlhle ta Meyers, SBkal influence .hey usnt#*l to find vNv    Lo,    Iwil    .-lull    While iodlrtdual lu>ltatm.,uU sui numerous eateher for a chlored twee ball .    ,    g^inrt    crc    ii    where    tim evidence *t >ree-WjSrtS»TJ'jU. stilled br a NOM Ball. jlAVA*»**, CM., May lh.—Hen playlug •truck ii th* pitcher awd I *«» (. .I- ^ killed. I on* ta prove lf! ill II 11 lf B il j; I a , III !iu? mi.i5 ;