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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - April 3, 1890, Alton, Illinois AITON V’OIjUMK CO ALTON, ILL., THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL JI. 1890. NO. 248 W!unio<f>al Election Returns from Various States. remit Ii- a brilliant Rep .biican victory. Kinhini> .ion nit no figure. One speaial feature wm the presence of the lari int. About iteh were registered ami nearly all voted, aud the rmu t is Ute chokw of brood-Kuage men and not mere polluoiana THE BENNETT LAW IN MILWAUKEE. It Wa# Made an lune In the Contest and the In moi rats (ante OUT Victorious—— Hut Little I ii I cr ct Taken In the Ideation by the Women Voter* of hansae— The Result al I hicago and lither Pointe in Illinois. MlLffium, April &—The Domocrata elect their entire city ticket In Milwaukee by 6intl plurality. This is the result of the Bennett law na an is*uo, the Lath ran and Catholic churches loin* arrayed nlniost aul* Hly alfa inst th > Republican* Tha Ropub* Ii ‘istle in their platform had approved the law in to much aa it ri quired that reading At Wichita. VV leu (TA, Kau, April 8—-Return* from all the wards abow that ever/ roaubmiasion candidate for the council has beau elected. There wa* bo concert of action on the part I of women. IN OTHER LOCALITIES. Mig Victory Dr. J. W. Enos Sanitarium, ALTON, ILL. nu ENOS announces that he has ewUtbliehed in a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the Vt oui an KuflfragUt* hcore at Concord, It. H. Concord, N. H., Ajwll A—There was a red-hot cont* st over the election af thee members of the board of education in this city in which the woman suffragist* scored a signal victory. Til women ra lied in large number! to support their c hsmidon, Mr*. II. H. Woodworth, whose name headed one of the 11<-kris. Tho opposition ticket was especially strong, lait Mr*. Woodworth was ideated by 743 majority in a total of 8,826. Hhe is tho lirst woman ever elected to public office in Goooord. THS WASHINGTON HE Items of Interest from the National Capital. THE DAY’S DOINGS IN CONGRESS. " License In Nebraska. Omaha, Neb., April 8.—Returns have been Meiv* I from thirty towns in the state In which election* were held. In pore than two-thirds of them the license ticket was eh ct,*I, while in some of the others tbs result was a draw. The license sentiment seems to be fully a* strong in the mali towns and villag)* as in the larger places. At Hastings a light vote was oast. The entire Citi* us' Republican ticket was elected over the straight Republican ticket by majorities ranging from 8?7 to AQQ. Harry Garfield Defeated, Cl JI Vila sn April A—Harry W. Garfield, son of the late President Garfield, wa* defeated for nomination as member of tile board of education at the Third dial riot Republican primary. BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL. Ria experience during many years has convinced him that all diseases can be managed more successfully in an institution of this kind, under the constant supervision of the physician, and with the aid of means not otherwise at command, than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers at Intervals of several hours or davs. The position of the SANITARIUM is high, and the surrounding are free Mom all noxious influences. It Is readily reached by the Second street horse oars, and is near the Union Depot. The building Is large, and arrangements are as perfect as is possible from t knowledge of sanitary scienoe and the requirements of suc h aa institution. Electricity in all Its forms; 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 Baths and exercise in cold and inclement weather, etc., is provided. Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and receives his daily personal attention. Now Ocen FOR TUE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS. For further information address Dr. ENOS at the SANITARIUM, corner of George and Third its., Alton, III. CHOMP W. NKX. Mi I writing la the English language should b taught I i all public and private school*. Tin- Democratic platform declared in favor of tho r {xiii of the law merely because the party t-sw*** wiw an op[«irtuuity to oatch the Lull.’ ran an i Cattail c vote. The Catholic bi-bo o-i lied protest**! a ira I net the law, which they claimed was directed against their parochial »- bool*. The Lutheran clergy had don * likewt* •. What Hie lie.ult MHI He. The city ticket elected la aa follows: Mayor, George VV. Pock; controller, Roman Ck rwin*ki; treasurer, ll. J. Bteinmsnn; attorn v, R N Au»tiu. The result of Tuee-d.i v'» election wilt make tho state eto’tkia next .all a wry exciting one, a* the Bennett Imw wi.iag'dn tie tile basto. The Republican* are now Urn in I to th I NUpport of the law and the Democrat* to oppose it Already the I tanoarats are talking of Mayor Rock for governor. Til Bennett lew really had oo place iu th bl election, but the Lutheran* iud Catholics by their stand forced It a* an is? rn#. The law cannot be replied or chang* I until Hie n* xt session of the legislature, amt the f ill election will not only Involve tho stab- officer*, but Uh assemblymen and # •nature ae well, a* only the latter cm effect the law from what it is at present. Celebrated Their Golden Wadding. Louisville, Ky., April A—Dr. and Mr*. Garvin Green Toe* ley evening celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of their wedding at th-lr elegant residence up the southwest corner of t»><oud street aud Broadway. The couple rewind the congratulation* of their children and many friea I* and entertained them at their home. The recojAion, while elegant, wpi very quiet and the guests were confined to the relatives and close friends of the family. Dr. and Mrs Or cen received c m -ratulatory telegram- from friend* in all part*of the country. Dr. Green I* well known as president of the Western Union. Kdmundi Reports the AntteTrnst Rill Bach to the Banate la the Farm of a Bu hat Ii of #►—The House I’sor* a Number of Vtrldge Hills aud Thru Takes Up Building Lots for Sale. the Idaho Admission nill—HI* Money Rue the Government, WahhinutoN City, April I—Edmunds, front the judiciary com mitten, reported lack to the senate tho anti-trust bill in the form of a substitute The till was rend, and Edmund* said that Rte bi" would he called uj a* soon as the Montana cli tion case* wife disposed of. Rale’s resolution to rescind One Corner Main and Dry, 150x120, for $500, Eighth and Market, 60x120, - - - - $460. Ninth and Market, 50x100,.....$350, Bluff Streot, two lots, each for - - - $150. Alton st*, bet, Fifth & Sixth, 60x120, $500. Hig'h.land Farit. Hundred Lots ranging in size from fifty feet front effect on Mooday next. Proceeding* In the Hon**. Th * house passed a MnUr of I'ill* authorising the coos true ti >n of bridges over western rivers, also a Mil amending thy act to aid vessel* wrecked or disabled In water* to one hundred feet and thirty'front, all very deep. Price* the resolution fixing the hour of meeting of I#    durn    *.    dirnn    ,    . the senate at ll a. rn. wa* agreed to, bitake I TO IT] ipOU tOipOUUj On teiTUS tO SUIt pUrCha86r8* One of the nicest residence plats in Alton. Over IOO Housen and Lots in different rntnou* to th - United    and    the part* Of tho city. Call and so© list. nod ion vtsMdx in distr** when similar au thority *hali have been given by the Canadian governill nt to wrecking vessel* of the Units*) 8 ta (es to aid United States vessel* in dhUresJ. The Mil authorising the construction of a brl tge arr *** the Huson river .Tutu Jersey City to N*w York, lr regulate comm tree in and over said bridge, and to establish such bridge as a military ain! j*wtr.>u I, was call*#! up and paseeiL The house th rn took up the 11 .bo admission bill WASHINGTON MISCELLANY. Dorsey & Mal, SIO Belle street A. J. HOWELL Children Cry for Pitcher’s Castoria. HBI Iller -THE CELEBRATED Jackson And Waist Corset Combined. Democrats Carry Racine. Kacix*, Wit, April S.—In the municipal e.ection here the Durn* (crate elected every mail but one on the city ticket, and five out of seven ald o men. The vote is hi opposition to the Munday closing of val*Kin* Mayor Milden, Ii publican, who has linen tbs ex-. wive tor the past year, enforced the a. ut# aw, and tho campaign was fought out in omy on that issue. Water, Dwi)0*'rat, f r mayor, was elected by TIU majority. The Deni*orals ale* elected mayors in Madison and Kenosha. Kin led on a t Risen*’ Ticket. Ashland Wt* , April 8 —Tto municipal elections took pine her* Tuesday. The. three candidate* for the mayoralty war* H. Bowser Dem , Steve Km.th, toter, and I* C. Wiimarth, on the (.'Ittams' ticket. Wilmarth was elected by a majority of 'Dt The suction I* a decisive victory of tbs better class of eit.it.-tts over the Mum slot meat.    ______ THE RESULT IN ILLINOIS. Urn*(.erat* Make a Pleas Kweep Ie Chi-en***— Al Other Place*. CHH AUO, April A—At toe city elections bere Tuesday the Democrats carried about everything, electing enough members of toe council to give them control with the vote of the mayor, and possibly without his vote. Th -v also (apturad alt the township office* for tbs first time in many yearn A light vote was polled. Murdered aud Robbed. IU huh, Va, April S.—John H. Uoidall, treasurer of Pulaski county and president of the Pulaski National l»ank, was way lei I, roble*I an I murdered about half-post 6 cfi-lock. Mr. Amie Akers, a farmer, while riding along th.-road met Mr. OoddolP* riderM»o horse and a little further away found Mr, t oddall lying in the rood, revered w.th blood and unconscious, but still living He died shortly afterward without regaining oouseiousnsw*. Mr. Oaddall was one of the mist prominent men of this section of the -tab* and widely known aa a cattle dealer. _________ Huns ll I lune lf aith His Handkerchief. Waukesha, Wk, April A—The door of one of the car water closets im th# VV iacon-•hi Central railroad was burst open at this point and the dead body of a mon found on the floor. He hod banged himself to a hook with a red pocket handkerchief. In his struggles he broke the handkerchief aud fell to the floor, but nut In time to save hts life. From pn(>eri found, it is suppoeed his name is Frank Kehmidt He was stout 80 year* old. He had a ticket from 8]*>kaiw Palls to Detroit, also {vipers of cttls«uship issued at Detroit os March IO, of this year; abo IM in money. Thirty-five HI ll tun* liar Carle Ham. Washington City, April a —Th** speaker Tuesday laid before the ti*alee a letter from the secretory of Ute tr> a*ury truer milling a xmimunloatioa from 'he --licit.n gen rat in regard to unpaid ju tg Manta dm the Unl ed Hun-*, Hoi.* Hor Hepburn my* that them uuj ai I ju lg omits an omit to I a1 • ut f35,i)U0,0UQ, Many of these are od, I the red t. nco* of time' who owe the in me} U not now known, aud na no un nay Is aval • I aide for a search ii"U in* ts • dug don* ii. 1 toe u.att* r, An up, ropr atiou ot (Si,(KIU I n-x'omnwii bd for the p*ir[-# < *d looking them up, ana Hepburn -«.« Uiat by prop r effort a large a unum coil! I be collected. DEALER IN CARPETS, CURTAINS, CLOTHS, RUGS, &c. OIL Our Prices WILL HE FOUND The (.err, ut Vader lug Hill. Wamhixoion t ivy. April 8 —-iIs*- sri ct Committer of th • bouw* on th • election of the |iriv-<bnt, vice president ami re pre---ii In-t via in o grew* ba* ewmphteJ the to i si der-at ion of UM- ooi intro lu >*J by M* ( oui ut, of Man inn.I, known a* tie- gerrymandering bdl to re-g-sUie in p rv the tame aiel manner of bolding election* of repre«-*uative# In cougr*-*#. 8* ivi iii amouli inputs were adopted strengthening the MIL The bill will prohwtdy ne report*—I favorably to the boue- at the next meeting of the com* utils*. LOWER-Considering Qualities and Styles- Titan in Abv    other house in    Alton-    In uoaseqdciu'e    of the GREAT EXTK NT of our    SALES    we are enabled    to do Husintxa un    a VERY ('LOSE MARGIN anti ii is    a recognized fact    thai we bundle    by far LARGER QUANTITIES OF GOODS THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE CITY. -HAS- NO EQUAL FOR HEALTH, GRACE AND FIT Price 81 aud 81.25, EVERY LADY SHOULD HAVE ONE. A (Ieee Elect lea. Tuscola, Ilia, April 8 —From the beet information obtainable in regard to the township eire'* loos the Republicans sc rn to have carnel Newman. Sargent, Garrett, no I Ca tu#fgo, v hiie th ' Democrats have coned Dow.lr.-, {tourism, Tuscola, A roo a and Murdock. Th* board of supervisor* will thus to es»ni|meed of five D- mocrat* and four Re-publicawa    _____    * A Light Yet* at Spring field. HnumruLO, IU.. Aprils —A light vole wa# • a»t here The Democrats el ctel (is aldermen, and the Reiaiblican- our. Tie* new councii will to compered 'J twelVY Deuiocr.it- to two Repubdeans Th# Demo* craU have |.rid ably elected the township oflliv in rn this • By. NEW STYLES AND FABRICS IN Boons, Mum for Hod oui Milliner^* I >rM**wrats l arry Kales*. Kau JI, Itta, April 8 —flare wire two th kris in the lichi—-the Democratic an i the I’eopi 'n The contest resulted in tto election of tto eutire Dewux raik* ticket by ma JOI Blee (rf from 41 to KA The stock law wa# deiewte i by 125 n»* joe tty. Rig Woney Hissing. Ch IU AOM. April I—A jwckagw containing flO.fluO In Milt ha# ilisappeared between the otBce of th# Unites! Blairs El press company, in this city, and the National Bank of nii-noU The po* ktg* was put into the safe of the express delivery messenger, but when tto safe was opened at the bans it ooukl not be found. Tto realms)MiJty for Its low has not yet bren fixed and th* ex preen officials reuse to give the names of those who hon lied the money. If the package is not found the *i|»rea* company will have to make good the amount to the bank. Powderly apeak* on Labor. ll a KT Pi tao, Gown., April 8—T. V Powderly spoke St Allyn hail to rn torgs audience of workmen. Mayor Root and other promt-mot men (x\ u{4#d swat* aa tb# platform. Mr. Powderly «i>oke ckwfiy o i the aim* an I principle. <>r tto Knight* of Labor. Ho mid they favored eigkt-hours a day, tbs nationalisation of railt ■ wda, equal works, tto frow-lag to tto people of th* laud now held for #{•** ulottou. anil the Australian ballot sys tem. Mr. Powderly wa# frequently applaud# I belli the closest attention of the audience for two hours. Given Another (’hance. Coli ant a. Ohio, April 8—Governor Campbell ba* pardoned Ha mud White, a life |itisoMr. He was oonvicted in IDTI at murder i..... nitteri while to was intoxicated. In itol Govxrmr F.ater {wrdoned him on condition that he would never drink intoxicating liquors. Ile observed this rendition for right yearn Lest summer be went aa a prolong'd spree and frightened ail Portsmouth. Governor Foroker ordered his reiuipriwMiin. nL Governor Campbell now |onl*>ai him on tto same condition. TMt KANSAS ELECTIONS Bools aul M. Hats EXCEEDED BY ftone I in <|uulity and I’rico. A. HIL! AT THI A M J...nMg of th*- Worn#** Have Tired af Their Right la Vote. I.kaVKKworts, Kan., A|«ril 3 —-The city eh ctUJO that tixA place Tu*ad»y ha* only bren bara ter **1 by tto lock of Uttered that t a- Iv cm taken in it by tto voter* of b th p* IM .ca’perth*# tbit of tv*- women regk : 'jfwl only 2® ho*I v<*i«<d ut 8 tftoek, ou-l usjst of tSwse who did •» WI only gut tost upon psreonil sdWUti**. fhw were non* of th- f alure* Tu - lay H.at have pre-rkHtsly be n prtuum ut at- ait th. polk whoa tbs women v i*d before. It m »*«• gen* rd opiuioa that th*    of woureB tow tired of th I..:bt to '((ta. Tto qu • li m of r-m.!>u..s • h cut no fiffWT* in tto voting, an I lh# mult vail to a «x> nptoe to iu x roll 11 YteLiry. w ! * s tb    Iv rgceptioa of one ite* uh mu eown* i'Mas Archer Mends In His Resignation. Ami* ami I-. Mi, A rd 8—Bute Senator Hdvcr, the son in-law of Treasurer Archer, •-amu to Aau*{*dis with a communication from th* defaulter far the govt* mw. It I .roved to be th* resignation of Mr Archer nod was accompanied br the statement that to was iteraotiiUiy rasp .risible for any shortage that might bw.f«*uud in his accoants He oieo asks .bat u» toil-* SU: attacked to A Vlrtory for llubuque. Wasiukotum ('ITT, Apili 8 — Dulaiquc, Iowa aul Galena. IIL, had a hot con to# t hi the house and th* former won. The fight wa* (mr the bendqwu tors of the tae|*.ct0V of Luiis arid boLero, which bas h t lier to I wen : located at Galena. Head.-re*hi of Iowa | cbampionod too aspiration* of Duiaique sud Maser* Hitt and llopkliis th* >»e of tie lap a. Henderson and Hits had a sharp tot, and exchanged a nu in ter of I dl-ban. ted coinpl • menta The fight will bo carri*-I into tto ■easts*. WHENEVER AM) W ERR VER YOU SEK THIS wry too twos mo buui niov |10d» ie $75 on. TW« SS# Kl SS Mu tm 'SIM ma So. art *f MSO.** Presidential No tai nations. W ASH I MVI T* IM city, Aped 8 n*e presl. dent has soot to the mu ite tto follow trig nomin«Uons: George K. Turrit tin. of 'Nevada, to be surveyor general of Nevada. To be {wmsioO agent*: John G. Mitchell, of Ohio, at Co (a rn (jus, Ohio; Edward UL Hor. vey, of Mlchigwa, at Dotrolt, Mien Alexander F. McMillan, of Michigan, to bs deputy first auditor af the treasury. William VV. VV inter bottom, to be p «tm aster at Kau Claire, Wig TRADE MAUK The World's Pair ( ommltteo. VV ANi.iw.TOH CITY, April 8 — An * IT'»rt was mu dr Wednesday morn tug to bold a meeting of the senate committee on tho worto's fair, but it o'clock arrived l-efore a quorum dub an i I hulrtuaii Hiscmk sn-rn: un ce. I lh it tho commute* would becaitei together Kr.*lay morning. I FON A STOVE OR RANGE YOU MAY BE No Authority for the (‘barge. VV a an I miTt ie I TYY, A|ir»l A. —The treasury d*{>artmcat to decided that n<> law exists to oountenanre the charge of fib rents per 1,000 feet for measurement of ini|xirt#d lulu ber, and *lirw‘ta the proc tire discontinued at the Varina# porta CERTAIN That It in the VERY BEST article that cad be had for the price toked. A. L. FLOSS, Third st, Opposite Belle, A Moiler la Lurk. VV akih V*tow City, April 8 -The comp troller of th- currency ba- a [(pointe I George VV Hobnail, id Kortostor. iud., to be bank examiner for the state of IudLana, vut* Huiiitel H. Taylor, resign*-!. A ( ase for Mr. Roosevelt. Com * ac*, O , April 8— Th# civil servim commiediMi will doabtl ws be a-to I to invss-tigato th • ac.ion of tto new postmaster st CXdumhus, Copt. Andrew Gorda *r. Tuesday th.- finn rn*-tith of bis administration ended, an I he mark* I tto event by disc hvrg-iag a nu ab r OI «nip oyes who ewe plainly within th* so (p.- of the civ J #orvire law, with*nit a#-igniut; any reason or making any charge agonist theta. SEE OCR NICE LINE OF Gkranite Ware MOOT COMPLETE LINE IN THE CITY. SPRIK; SLITS. I tai now receiving a Itr^e ami varied ttaok af net ba, rn ab prevailing ahade«, for SpriDf; Suit*, wliieh I am prepared lo Baka ap It any of tto otetks hi the troseurer's office, a# I toy were all faithful to ttoir truste. Chicago Plambers Ar* Wlnelng. Cue ago. VpHI h—The plumbers who went oat ow strike are slowly gaining ground and are much [.baaed ©v-r the fact that ■sveral simps have cuuwded the wagv- demanded. vU 75 per day, Tto "into bas tow K***«rai all over the city. Work has to n stopped on all the large building*, and contr agt ort whoa* contracts must lie o xi.ptetwi bv a rerUln Urn# Ut avoid the payment of a j -*<*lty are evidently worry-li*8 over tto si'n »t loo. Rredjr tx Meet Malllvaw. Kaw Y* un. Afedl 8 In an inter# la** J. J. Corbett tto California U*xiu< |irof* mst who defeated Kdraiu at Kaw Orleans, said to was ran iv lo meet Hu Iii van if the Oiym dub* t Ken Francisco would allow him Most ihionabl© .es, UUAKANTEELVil pie club to do sa Ile would not mj be expected to try to hoi I bu bist Fullivati. tut he wuuk en*! up It ill Rot ti re to Gerwauy. Bu Kl J Nolo*. Iowa, April 8 —K*v Father Joevph Kr> u*oh, head of the Jesuit order boro, My* ti<*i he sud his fraternity ore un-paring to return to Germany, being am-vtuoed that with Prims Bismarck shelved, they will rwvlv# tnaro a.CUfacbiry treat meat than of old. King railed to Appear. ('sira*(o. April t-Mix Prank K*-nt, tto yi,Mug rn ■ !i,w «ho to ri* 'hij»p»d Lawyer Granted the N- s'a lltiassto Buwtoh, April 3— Two of the largest fit rn* employ mg lather# have granted th* aud 3 AQ * .-man I by th* etriklng Journeymen Th!# to looked upon as an indie it ion thai tto- to will scow h • » till L Perfect Fit Reasonable Rates Complete and Satisfactioa H.C. G. Moritz, 112 TIM st. Globe. Alton. Call and See Ui» Mri.il*'J lit pMbltcan Vlrtory. Kansas LITT, Mu.. Apili St—‘ to muidtu-pa) asseth-a <«* u»r*«l in K»ttso* CWy, Knit., wha h in iud-a i ton.-J- Ci?y, K*n.. VVy-otMtoUs, Arms'rung, and Armourdate. Tto siufvii IV hi')gon the st(*|i# of th: First Ns-tnmd I* Ii '.Hiiidlog * w. ck ago, appeared Ut J us Go* Pi *ad>vi.Pi’s court to answer to tto charge <d us* ult prelerreJ aga lust lier. Mr. Ii.'i.a del not apiwor to proa* cate, and tto rn was dismlgmd. I .dieted I Minot,! i , a. Conn Jm y has lei-1.*w I a th ■ hi -■    ag    I    >* Ja ic** WitrfUSL. for kl • *«-(>(. .. A i a—.to trim: d • id* b it of (curd » a • (ivory Lido*.ii. ai <.» .u*4 J OU '* Pull I. a ll. A. HOFFMANN. No. 100*102 Ka«l HwjoihI hi. WI. g \t s r* jioiioiaQii^pfior j East Haanpiun, la t Jai.u »ry Firebauks Wa rant« ti WK MEAL" QMtMJMB U TU I'KS. “VU/* tAb. t. , wKmlm, ■I J ( Cm k Sinvc# lo leiiNt Five Yeara# Kuujing, (huffing,    tto *1' *    .    A

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