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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - June 4, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 DA I LY TELEG RA PH.  VOLUME 21)  VI TON, ELL., WEDNESDAY EVENING JUNE 4. 18!»0.  NO. 301   1Tr "  1  M A  The Election Law of 8outh Carolina Unconstitutional.  REPORT IN A CONTESTED ELECTION.  Dr. J. W. Enos’ Sanitarium,  ALTON, ILL.  DR. ENOS announces thai he haa RatabtishH in a building purchased for the purpose a 8ANITA RIUM for the  TREATMENT OF ILL CUBI E DISEASES.  BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL.  Ria experience during many years ha* convinced him that ail disease* can be managed more successfully in an institution of thia kind, under the constant supt*r vision 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 days.  The position of the SANITARIUM la high, and the surrounding are free from all noxious influences. It is readily reached by the Second street horse cars, and is near the Union Depot.  The building is large, and arrangements are as perfect n« Is possible from a knowledge of sanitary science and the requirements of such an institution.  Electricity in all its forms; Oxygen and its compounds; I laths, Douches, Massage, Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided ae may be required by patients, in addition to such other treatment as may be deemed advisable.  A LAROE t-OLARI UM  For Ran Baths and exercise in oold am) inclement weather, etc., is provided.  Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and receives his daily personal attention.  Now ODen  FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS.  Fir furthtr information addrest Or. ENOS at the SANITARIA, comer of George and Third Ste., Alton, III.  An Argument Intr lid r ti to Shaw That tbs It. gUtration aud I.lr, tl»n Law <»t south < aroint* I* in lur.-. | 0|.|H»*ltiun to tbs I rd.-rat ( .moo! .itiun «* f'roro-.-tling* ta tbs Mstlonal Legislators—Hums Mi>a> ber* Anilau* far Adjournment. Wahikoton ('ITV, June 4.—Rowell of Illinois, the chsirmnn of the house coni* ■UPW on elections* ba* completed the report of the commuter in favor of Heating Miiior, Republican,eonteatlng tbs seat of Elliot, Democrat, the present mein lier from I he Kevetith district of Kau th Caro lU»a. Tlic report (sintai nu the mn-, Pinnal I assertion that tile rogirt rat ion and elect ion  1  law < f the slate of South Carolin* la un-rnti*ti| til tonal, and the grounds for this statement are set forth at length, prom iring his argument in this connection try showing that the ootmUlution of the L'aib-d HL-ti - provides that |wr«oa* shall be disfranchised for murder, treason or felmjr only.  Opposed ta the I i-dernl Constitution.  I Howell *) noprixes the South Carolina law, which he claims is In direct opposition to the federal constitution. This law, it is stated, provides that any person who was qualified to vote after th# year taal, and failed to register, shall lie forever dis* franchised. It i* also provided that tier* sons who failed to register at the first eiertiou after acquiring Mitkew in the •tate, and portions who negotiated their registration certificate* for a consideration, alen should lie disfrancbiaed.  Miller's Majority.  The report states that the committee did not throw out vote* in dispute because of the unconstitutionality at the •tate election law, however, but because of bel 11 it (mix stuffing, shifting of ballot-boxes so as to deceive the Hr publican voter* Slid Other alleged frands. The com miller dec ides that according to the way of counting most favorable to Elliott, giving the Ii tieflt of the doubts, Miller, the contestant, still has a majority of 75? i votes while aocordli g to the strict legal method at counting, Miller’* majority i* placed at I (i s Wilson of Mi**ouri will make a minority rvport for t ile Democratic members of the committee.  SOLONS BECOMING RESTLESS  Considerable Talk Around th# Capital Alenu! Adjournal.-iii.  WamiinutoS CHV, June 4.-Then* I* a geed deal of talk about adj lummeat ar un th I las Capitol and the tttwnbn of I the boose ars becoming Native. They are anxious to get home to look after their renomination* anti ram j aug us for rwslisj turn, but the situation of legislation at - present la not hopeful for an adjournment I foe several weeks. The H> publican* have ! I wen aiming at Jane Xii few adjournment ’ day, as they wish to maka a n. <»rd for ; quick «urk aud a sh. ct session, but Kjieakcr Heed admitted that Ute house j would not la* ready to adjourn before the I 4th of Inly. Mr. McKinley said that it ! would toke t he nenate at least a mouth i to get rid of the tariff bill, which wilt bring the er*»i »n up to July 4, without ai j lowing any time for the consideration of : the rn- asuro in conference. It is scarcely pro table that an adjournment can take place before the middle of July, ami  *   I ___.    If.    (    I    I    I Itll t  OHIO SONS OF VETERANS.  I I gilt ti Annual encampment Ta He Meld  et Xfansftsld, Jane IO, ti, IX end IS.  MAVsriiLf), Ohio, June 4. —The eighth annual encampment of the Ohio Division Sons of Veteran* In this city June IO, ll, IS ami IS will be the most largely attended and moat snooasirful yet h«d«L Th* encampment will be strictly military, and the <1,500 visiting member* of the order will go into camp on the fair grounds. Md I rhine camp baa made extensive pro (Mirations for the event At least 15,(JOO st rangers are expected during each day of the encampment.  Aa Interesting Programme.  The programme la; First day—Bus! ness mc ting at IO a rn. and 1:90 p. rn. at the Memorial Opera house. Second day— Busine*# meeting at 9 a rn. and 1:90 p. rn. (.'amp fire in Memorial Opera house at 7:10 p. rn. Speakers, Governor Campbell, ex* Governor Foraker, Gen. P. H Dowling, Col. W. E. Bundy, Mayor R B. McCrary and other*. Third day—Bnsinese meeting at 9 a. rn. Military parade at 8;») p. rn Busine*# meeting at T:ri> p. rn Fourth day—Business meeting at « a. rn Competitive drills at 1:90 p. rn. at the fair grounds,  The Triers OR’* rod.  The prise* offered are: For the best drilled and equipped camp, division col* 'irs. There are six other prix*** mug.ag from UVU to fido for the camp baring the largest ti ii rn lier of member* present In Mansfield; for tit# camp having the largest un tiller of recruit* since Jan. I; for the camp performing the ritualistic work in the beet manner, and fur the “best” camp, all points considered.  Itig Row Among Tramps.  Tnt rot Atta, Ilia, June 4.—There are ab*tut, I,(HO tramp* lying about the outskirts of town, sod Monday afternoon a gang of negroes became involved in a row with some white men over a game of Carapa,* which resulted In a general fight, in which throe men were badly wounded. on. fntclly, A colored man did the shooting. v ■ anding two, but was himself cut in the neck and on the bead Boards, dubs and bricks were used by the trsmpa. while the darkey stuck to his revolver as kmg na it was loaded. The-Polk's force baa Iron doubled, yet it hi almost Impossible to Lee * the rowdy, drunken mob out of mischief.  nill  Amalgamated Association Iron and Steel Workers.  of  IMPORTANT MATTERS TO CONSIDER.  it  GLOBE  Guarantees Prices.  Ii IOU*  GLOBE  Guarantees Goods or Money Refunded.  THE GLOBE  Has a Larger Assortment and Complete Stock  HENCE:  Ton owe a Duty to Yourself to Call  (BCVKit AND ANON)  at tile  GLOBE.  TTTT .nblidRANP  Invitee You All.  may be pi sd ported until Aug. I.  lbs Day la < engross.  WASHICK'TS ('ITT, June A—In the senate Tuesday morning a resolution of the I/»uu. a. >*t I j tai alure tendering thanks to congress and the president for the timely aid afforded to the people in tbs sub merged district*, war prearmed. The consideration of th* silver bill was rt turned. i  The house non-curred in til** senate amendment* Ut Iii house bill for the purchase >f a postoffice site at Ii ashington City, and a conference was ordered. Sen ate bill wa* pu**ed, changing the bannat) u nee of the riser vet ion of the linum pahgre Ute*; abo senate bill authorising the sale or limier on certain lands re served for the us* af the Mmxmdmm tribe of Indian* in Wisconam. The bouw then took up the contested election case of MfcIHtfttt vs Turoio from Alabama.  They Coaid Stet A grot*.  WasNIXOTuX CITT, June 4.—Aflat a talk between He autor Da vt* and Representative Morrill, chairmen of th# two gomtntttee* on pensione, it wa* believed that an agreement woald he finally aud formalin reached by the conferree# on the general |*;»to:i bill. But when tin bouse conferree* cairn* up Inc aday morning with the instructions of the Republican caucus of tim night before to maintain the principle of service pension*, it wa# manifest that an agreement coaid not I* secured under thine condition* and a vote to report disagreement to the respective house*, wee adopted The service pension feature wa# the only one of any importance upon which the conferree* could rn* agree.  Japanese Rsbibitlea a* the World'* I air.  VV ahu I voTox City, June 4 -Gustnviu* Oonrnid, formerly w* rotary of the United Bistro legation at Tokio. Japan, has left Washington with credentials from the •tate department on a singular mission. Mr Go*ani has been designated ae a special com rn tenoner to proceed to Japan aud sri auge for a Japanese exhibit at th* Chicago fair. He is instructed to arrange for the exhibition of a complete Japanese village, including houses, families, all aece**ary dom«**tk utensil*, took* and workmen to display the ordinary trail.-* and ne* ups I ion- in Japan, It la intended that t hi* nhall >• one of the ch of att rat-  , turns of the fair.___  ( liminal Cases.  WASHIIHjTOn Cmr, Janet—The pre*! d ( .at ba* commuted to fourteen mouths (rf i actual imprisonment the lenten, e of two I year* in the ca * of Franklin P. Burns, convicted in Kansas of perjury lls bae I denied application* for pardon in the mass i of George ^wonton and James ll. Mc ' Grind ley. each of ahem wa* convictod In OMo of serious violations of the pension law*.    _ _  IN al tonal Debt lui#»t#t.  Washington (TTT, June 4 The summery of the national debt statement ie ae follows: Total Interest tearing deb*, PHM, 44M.U4!; total debt rn which inter*** haa ocaned since maturity. 01.978,901; debt tens cash in treasury June I, MIW,•l,W**.*5*,**9. dacron** of debt during month, flMfll.ffl; , (oui cash In treasury a* shown by ■’* general account, teas, KW,171  *ul.S >1* el en Ka ii iii sr st or.  NKW York, June 4—Faank langur. who had been drinking hscanse his sweetheart reject#.! him, anil who had hat his posit Ion aa carriage maker, but had ob  trined an appointment a* ten* a* en ii rn emtor, committed suicide Mon lay after noon. Dengue wa*, it is *aid, alarmed at tile ut ort is* that the census men would meet with vi lienee, and he drank heavily to fortify hi-courage. He became Intoxt cat -d, and when he awake it was too late to te*jiu hie day’* work. Ile remembered that there wa* a WOO fine in such case* and took rough ourats, which speedily ended hi* existence.  I iirrtMml thetr Kmptayee* Wages.  LONDON, June 4- The Guinness Brew lug .-otupany has votnntarily added a shilling a week to the wage* of each of it# employee, supplementing the announcement with the statement that the prosperity of the company’* busine*# Justifies it sharing the increase (rf profit* with th* men who have contributed to U by their industry and fidelity. This inc re ase of wage*, made quite unexpected!) and with out Mill!nation, will add the sum of £7,000 a year to the company's pay roll and incalculably increase its popularity as well a* that of its products with the working clam.    ___  Many Baltimore HsIsmi CT seed.  Baltimore, Md., June 4—Nearly *,ouo Mloons in Baltimore that were doing a flourishing business a month ago were cloned Mon,lay. In some of the tower wards, mostly populated by the irish, where them wee* from six to a doaeti nahmne in a block there ie now but one The revenue of (he city is increased about MOM,OOO a year. One clatua of the law aal rigidly enforced hi that requiring a clear view from the street of th* drinking bai* The screen* and frosted gins* doom and window* continue,  Hardly Worth Mentioning.  Nr w Orleans, June 4 —The Ilcayuas's ilallieaburg. Miss, special says; A negro named George Stevenson attempted an outrage on a widow, Mrs Dsarmao, a few mile* north of this pla-e last Friday eight. ID wa# caotured and, after comps ring tv rh* made with hi* shorn and finding them to ba the same, he cuufeeaed Two men started to Auguste to put th* brute la Jail, and about right mile* from there at dark thirty or forty men overtook them and took the negro and banged bim.  Match Between ■levis ami Mr AuiJOV.  New YuML, June 4—Negotiations are pending for an international pries fight between Frank Mavin, of Australia, and Joe McAul iff a, of Ban Francisco A prom intuit > porting man received a cablegram (mm ballot' informing him that maria had agreed to fight McAulifTe at th* Pelican club for AWA) and the championship, His vin allowing McAullff* I IMO for expense* Billy Madden. MeAuUff* a backer, replied that McAuliffe woald fight Mavin ihi lh* term* mentioned.  Many Changes To He Mode Ie the I’rownt Beale af Wages—Lively Fight Looked for Over the IMITuie mu Huson th* (toughers end ( atelier* awd Hailer* — The Man it torturer* Already Preparing for Trow hie aam* Ks press tows. PtTTunrBO, l’a., June 4—The annual convention of the amalgamated assoc is!ion of iron and steel worker* was opened at Turner hall in this city, with 990 delegates from all part s of the country. Th* session was taken up almost entirely with perfecting the organisation and nothing of interest transpired. The mod important matter to be considered, a* usual, will be the adopt en of a new scale of wage*. The provision* of the new scale, which will probe My not be presented to the convell tint) for neverai day*, arg guarded with great secrecy by th* member* (rf th* w ages commit tee.  Chang** la the Beal*.  It I* known that many changes will lie made in the scale, and th* most Important of these is the adience to t* asked for In boiling. This wa* not decided upon by the wage* committee individually. A mein lier (rf Ute committee said that an expression bad been weurod from every subordinate lodge, and the committee was compelled to be governed by the wishes of the majority, lf the acale a# reported to tim convention Is adopted IR will Im* asked for bolling on a 2 cent card aud £7 25 MRS, with 50 cent* extra per ton for boiling half pig iron and half pot metal and stove plaie. Other extras will ie charged ranging from 9ft cent* to ll for casting* and runners over mven-ftve pounds to the piece and for hot ore fix.  A Lively Time EspeetetL There will lie more "extra#" in the wale this year than usual, owing to the admi* stoa of {abater* and common mill ha mis, who must be pro v hied for. The re I* ex peered to be a lively fight over the differ ware* between the rougher* and catcher* and roller*. The roughers and catcher* J receive 04.40 and f9 lier day for seven aud eight heats respectively. They arr athing fora more equal division of the wage* paid the roller*. Home miler* make as much ae 19 |*er ton, according to the guage, and the roughen! and catcher* regard thia a* unfair. There will alw* lie a demand for an advance in all departments of steel mill* The men hero wants IU per rent. advance all around in every de part menu They will a*k for this and will compromise the matter on the adoption of a sliding seal#, to lie governed during the year by the price of steel.  Trimble A ut lr i paled.  Many of the matin lecturer* are already slackening up in anticipation of Iron hie Some of the men spoken to expressed themselves aa believing the manufacturers would not sign the acale and are beginning a dullness in trade to prevent an advance being asked. "But," arid ooe (rf them, “we will make our demand*, strike or no strike; and what I* morn, we will get everything we ask for. We have no menu lecturer* committee to deal arith any more. We deal direct with the firms, and It is mach more satisfactory I don’t Is* lieve there will be any difficulty. The annual cry of the manufacturer* t* that they will not sign the soak, but they a1 way* come around in th* end." The convention will Im in session ten day* or two week*.  Beer et a heads* *• haul Mewls.  Hikminoham, Bls., June 4—A Sunday school picnic at MeAdory Spring*, thirty miles west of the city, ended in a fight. On* man was kilted outright and several badly wounded A crowd of young men who attended th* picnic had a keg of beer hidden in the woods, and all of them >« came I alo nu ated A free fight was the result, and George Bash oak’* head was split open with a hatchet. It la not known who struck the fatal blow. Al Simpson and David Hendricks received wound* urkich may prove fatal. The light broke ap th* picnic, and women aud children mn screaming Into th# woods. Several children were lost for several bour*.  Death af a Well-Known Artist.  NKW York, June 4- Matthew Morgan, the widely known artlet, died suddenly at hi* home, IDI Lexington avenue, Monday morning of heart disease Mr. Morgan was nearly 49 years old and had an eventful career ae an ar Gat Fifteen yearn ag** he established a cornic weekly In lamdon called The Tomahawk, and published a aeries of daring cartoons in hi* paper and finally wound up with one called ' Browu’s Study," portraying John Brown in tine art of gating longingly at England's throne. Matter* MN ame so hot for Morgan that he came to this country, and had been terre ever since. He wa* a fine scenic artist.  EQR SALE.  Eight room Frame Houso, 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; 63x120, with rock foundation, included, $1,350.  Magnificent River View to each lot  Awe!her rial Against the i ter.  Bt. Pie tm t» bi ' Ro, June 4 The of this cit) have broma possessed knowledge that a fresh conspiracy against J th* IU* of the ci.sr by Nihilist# in France kin proem* of incubation. The French polite*, testing I SWU advised of this fact by the Husainu off)* lait, .ire now engaged Iu hunting down th* conspirators.  KUSIK 1'm4m**! Ho) t otting,  Lindon, Jane 4- rh* Rt. Rev. Edward T. O'Dwyer, Roman Catholic bishop of Limerick, bas issued a pastoral kiter withdrawing from th* priest* ta hi* dio the power to grant absolution to per guilty of boycotting or advocating ami practicing the "plan of campaign ’* The action of the bishop ba* created much surprint* and indigoatt rn  Hurt h) a Falling Roof.  FnxxroRT, Ilk., Jan* 4—Part of th* roof (rf aa old church, near which a aaw ane was (wing erected, fell, carrying with It five mon, all of whom were seriously injured and two at w hom may din. Th# Injured are John Coughlin, leg fred un*! and lace era-he.I -dangerously hurt, police Fred HUI. spin# fractured Charks Hued the dot ph. opine injured, kilter Zimmerman, right leg, arm and hack injured. John Popkes, scalp wound and Interna! injur-  Degas m salt for MMI,(Mio.  Mammon, Wk. June 4.-C. C Thorny eon and the Walkup company «rf Chicago have begun snit against tim Northern Pine company, 8 O. Cot A., C. if Matey sod W. G Macy, of Minneapolis alleging that the defendants have cut IDV OU worth of pine front the lands of the plaintiffs in Bayfield county.  We* tbs Kris Overloaded?  Lib Don, June I The inquiry now in progress by the board of trade into th* teas of the National Ila* ship Erin is firing pursued in the direction of ascertaining whether or not the vassal was overloaded. The suspicion that this wa* the caw has long barit sn tv ruined la official quarter*  TK* Dreg*,a aisle Kleettoo.  Portland. Ore, Jan* 4—In th* state Steelton held Monday th* vote few gov amor will Ii* cloes, but the returns received serin favorable to Prnooyi .- (Dem). Meagre returns from the alate indicate th* re election of Herman' Hep rfor con gnu* by from 4,090 to 4.tl)0 majority The Ifopub-lkans trill probably have a majority la the legislature on jolut ballot  F aroast* sad Labs** vs ( oui bin*.  Ur tx) van, Ills , J uu* 4 Th# Fanner*’ Mutual Benefit association and the lax borers' aasurlattoa met la coaventton and nominated Ute following ticket: County judge. Cape. J A Frneland. clerk, ibis faiprr sheriff, J- M Kohl. treasurer, John K Bedin, superintendent of school* G W Monroe Two are HepubUcaaa and thro* are Democrats  Was Peed Agata*! Lieeaees.  Tolono, III*, June 4—Dr W. II Zor-ger, an aati-lioeni* member of the village board rf fk.dori*. has iieen tak< n to Bprtngtwld by a <lepu«/ United Bt ates marshal on a warrant for Beliing intoxicating liquor* without a government U-oenat. There are said to ba over one bandied count* against him  Thirty acre farm 2 1-2 miles southeast of Brighton, all in cultivation. Four room frame-house, Cellar, Baru, (*og) Granary, Smoko-house» Well, Cistern. Will sell for less than $35 per acre.  Mon©y to Loan.  &  Main, I Bi street.  ARE ACKNOWLEDGED THE  Simplest, Hast Using and Eof nom cal.  rn  REMAINS  Unchanged 1111*113 Years  IMi'kic don’t be gulled Into trying experimental stoves, fffyg Oxer NO now In use in our  city*  PH TS & HAMILL,  315 Belle Bt.  HOWELL  DEALER IN  CARL*ETN, CURTAIN.*, CLOTHS, RUGS, Ac.  OIL  -o-  Our Prices  WILL BE FOUND  LOWER- CoisiJsring Qualities and Styles-*  Than in any other house it) Alton. In consequence of Ilia CRK AT EXTENT »*f our SALES we are enabled to do Un-in*.ss on a VERY’ CLOSE .MARDIN and it it a recognized fact that we bandle by far  LARGER QUANTITIES OF GOODS  TUAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE CITY.  STiUiYG MHS.  I am now receiving a large and varied stock of Cloths, in all the prevailing shade*, for Spring Suite, which I arn prepared to make up lo the  Most  Fashionable  Stvles,  GUARANTEEING  A Perfect Fit,  Reasonablt Rates Complete  aud  Satisfaction.  H.C. G. Moritz. 112 Third st.  pi  Ilk   

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