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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - June 4, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON DAILY WEDNESDAY J0HE Enos ENOS announces that he has establlBhed in a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the BOTH MEDICAL and His experience during many years has convinced him that all diseases can be managed more successfully in an institution of this under the constant supervision of the physician and with the aid of means not other wise at than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers at intervals of several hours or The position of the SANITARIUM is and the surrounding are free from all noxious it is readily reached by the Second street horse and is near the Union The building is and arrangements are as perfect as is possible from a knowledge of sanitary science and the requirements of such an Electricity in all its forme Oxygen and its compounds are provided as may be required by pa in addition to such other treatment as may be deemed A LARGE feOLAIUTJM For Sur Baths and exorcise in cold and inclement is Each patient is thoroughly examined by and receives IUB daily personal FOB THE RECEPTION OF For further information address ENOS at the corner of George and Third GLOBE Guarantees rmi THE GLOBE Guarantees Goods or Honey THE GLOBE Has a Larger Assortment and Complete Stock Ion we a Duty to Yourself to Catt ANON Th6 Election Law of South Carolina REPORT IN A CONTESTED An Argument Intended to Show That the ItcgUI ration and Election Law ot South fiifollnn In Oppoftltloii to the INiiloral CoiiKtltiitlun In the National birn for WAsmkGTON June of the chairman of the house com mittee on has completed tho re port of the committee In favor of seating contesting tho seat of the present member rom the Seventh district of South Cnro The report contains the sensational that the registration and election aw of the state of South Carolina la tin rind tho grounds Tor this tatemen tare Hot forth at prem ising his argument In this connection by bowing that the coiwtitution of the Jultod States provides that persons shall e disfranchised for treason or Opposed to tho Ifmlorul Rowell synopslzes the South Carolina which he claims is in direct opposl ion to the federal This tia provides that any person who was qualified to vote after the year 1881i nd failed to shall be forever dls It is also provided that per pns who failed to register at the first lection after acquiring residence in the and persons who negotiated their eglstration certificates for a considera also should be Millers The report states that the committee did hot in dispute be cause of the unconstitutionality of the state election but because of ballotbox fihifting ot ballot boxes so as to deceive the Republican and other alleged The com mittee decides that according to tlie way r counting most favorable to giv ng tho benefit of the tho still has a majority of 787 votes while occordltg to the strict legal method of Millers majority jlaeed at Wilson of Missouri will nnke a minority report for the Democratic members of the SOLONS BECOMING CoiiHidcrnblo Talk Around the Cupltol About WASHINGTON June U n good deal of talk about adjournment iround tne Capitol and the members of house are becoming They ivre anxious to get home to lookafter their rehoinlnatlons nnd campaigns for reelec but the situation of legislation at present is not hopeful for an adjournment lor several The Republicans have joon aiming at June 25 for adjournment as they wish to make a record for quick work and a short but Speaker Reed admitted that tho house would not bo ready to adjourn before the 4th of McKiuley said that it would take the senate at least a month to get rid of the tariff which will jririg the session up to July without al lowing any time for the consideration pi She nvosure in It is scarcely irobable that an adjournment can take place before thu middle of and it tnny bo postponed until The Day In WABUIXOOTS June the sen ate Tuesday morning a resolution of the Louisiana legislature tendering thanks to congress and the president for the timely aid afforded to the people in the sub merged was The consideration of the silver bill was re i The house noncurred senate amendments to tho house bill for the pur chase of a postofllce site at Washington and ft conference was Sen ate bill was changing the boun ary lines of the reservation Uncom pahgre Utes also senate bill authorizing the sale or timber on certain lands re served for tho use of the Menomonee tribe of Indians in The house then took up the contested election cose of McDuffle Turnin from They Could Not WASHINGTON Juno a talk between Senator Davis and Bopre sentative chairmen of the two committees on it was believed that an agreement would ho finally and formally reached by tho confcrroos on the general pension But when thr house oonferrees came up Tuesday morning with the Instructions of the Republican caucus of the night before to maintain the principle of service it was manifest that an agreement could not be scoured under those conditions and a vote to report disagreement to the respective was The service pension feature was tho only one of any imporr tanco upon which the oonferrees could not aupuiiPBO Exhibition at the WASHINGTON Juno formerly secretary of the United States legation at has left with credentials from the state department on a singular Goward has been designated as a special commissioner to proceed to Japan and arrange for a Japanese exhibit at the Chicago He is instructed to arrange for the exhibition of a complete Japanese Including all necessary domestic tows and workmen to display the ordinary trades and occupatlpns In It is intended that this shall bo PUO of the chief attrac tions of tlie Criminal WASHINOTON June presi dent has commuted to fourteen months of actual imprisonment the sentence of two years In the cose of Franklin convicted in Kansas of He baa denied for pardon In the of George Bwoutou and Jamos Me each of whpm was convicted lu Ohio of serious violation of the pension National WABHINQTOU June sum mary pf the national debt statement is an Total interest bearing debt on which interest debt lew OHIO SONS Of Jlglith An mini Bnoampment To Ue Held at Jnne 18 and June eighth nnunl encampment of the Ohio Sons of Veteran In this city June 4 and 18 will be the most largely attended and most successful yet The en campment will be strictly he visiting members of the order will go into camp on tne fair Mcllvnlne camp had mftde extensive We jaratlons for the At least trangors ore expected during each day of he An Intoroiitlng The programme Mrsi less meeting at 10 and ftt he Memorial Opera Second iusincss meeting at 9 and Camp Arc In Memorial house at Governor ex Governor Mayor McCrary and Third meeting at 9 Military parade at Hunlness meeting at 7M meeting at m Com petitive drills at fair TUB Tlie prizes offered are For the best drilled and equipped division col There are six other fmglng from to for the Iwmngthe argest number1 of members present in Mansfield for the riamp having the larg est number of recruits 1 for the camp performing the ritualistic work in the best and for the best all points nig How Among June are abinit tramps lying about the out skirts of and Monday a gang of negroes became involved In a row with some white men over a game of which resulted in a general in Which three men were badly one A shoot but was himself cat in the neck and on the clubs and bricks were used by the while the darkey stuck to his revolver as longiisit was police force fans been yet it is almost impossi ble to the drunken mob out of Sulolde of an NEW June who had been drinking because his sweet heart and who bad lost his position as carriage but hod ob tained an appointment as census enum committed suicide Monday after Dangue it Is alarmed at the stories that tho census men would with and he drank heavily to fortify his He became Intoxi and when he awoke it was too late to begin his days He remembered that there was a One in such coses and took rough which ended his Increased their LpKDONi Guinness Brew Ing company has voluntarily added a shilling a week to the wages of each of its supplementingthe announce ment with the statement that the prosper ity of the companys business justifies It sharing tho increase of profits with the men who have contributed to It by their industry and This increase of made quite unexpectedly and with out will add the sum of a year to the companys pay roll and incalculably increase its popularity as well as that of Its products with the work ing r Many Baltimore June saloons in Baltimore that were doing a flourishing business a month ago were closed In some of the lower mostly populated by the where from to a dozen saloons in a block there now The revenue of the city Is increased about a One clause of the law nbt rigidly enforced isthat requiring a clear view from the street of the drinking The screens and frested and windows Hardly Worth NEW June Picayunes special says A negro named Cfeprge outrage on awMowj afew miles north of this place lost Friday He was captured after comparing trucks made with bis shoes and finding them to be he Two men started to Augusta to put the brute in and about eight miles from there At dark thirty or forty men overtook them and took the negro and Amalgamated Association Iron and Steel D 8 jcx L EL jUuteh Between and NJJW June ore pending for an international prizefight between Frank of and Joe of San A prom inejit sporting received a cablegram from London Informing him that glavin bad agreed to fight MoAulIffe At the Pell can club for ond the Slavln allowing MoAulIffe iBlOO ex Billy replied that MoAultffe would flghtflavin on Another riot the June police of this city have possessed the knowledge that a fresh cpnaplracy against the life of tho by NihUiuts Franco is in procowj of The French having been advised of this by tho Uwsslan ore now engaged in hunting dpwa toe Rpuio Condemns 11 Juno CuthollQ bishop of pastoral letter withdrawing from tM dio the power gWt to per sons guilty of boycotting pr adrpeftftug fVyartf If rtf nnrvtrtotmi M TbeBOtloA surprise WulV for MAPlBOKi Thomp have begun suit flgtjirjst the Northern C and of aljeglng that bftvalnt mW Worth of pine from the of the in Bayfleld iMPORTANT MATf ERS TO To Be Mndfe In the Prcsnnt ScaIe of Flglit tookcd tor Over the Ulfreiertcon Betwoon the and Manufftotttron Already for TroublorSowo June annual convention of tho amalgamated association of iron nnd steel Workers was opened at Turner hall In thl with 266 delegates from all parts p the The session was taken up almost entirely with perfect Ing the organization and nothing of inter est The raott important matter to be as will bo the adoption of a new dcole of The jjrovtelons of the new Which will probably not presented to the conven tjon for several aro guardel with great secrecy by the members of the wages Change Id the It is that many changes be node in the and the most Impor tant of these is the advance to be asked for in This was not decided upon by Hie wages committee A member of the committee said that an ex pression had been secured from every sub ordinate and the committee was compelled to be governed by the wishes 6f the If the scale as reported to the convention is adopted will be asked for boiling ona 2cont card and on a with 50 centsextra per ton for boll ing half pig Iron and half potmetal and stove Other extras will IMS charged ranging from 25 cents to for castiugs and runners over sevenfive pounds to the piece and for hotore A Lively Time There will be more extras in the scale this year than owing to the admls slon of Uvboiers and common mill Who must be provided Thero is ex pected to bo a lively fight over the differ ences betwetin the and catchers and Tha roughers and catchers receive and S3 per day for seven and eight heats They are asking for a more equal division of the wages paid the Some rollers make as much as tU per according to the and the roughers and catchers re gard this as Thero will also be a demand for an advance in all departments of steel men here want a 10 per advance all around in every de They will ask for and will compromise the matter on the adoption of a sliding be governed during the year by the price of Trouble Many of the manufacturers are already slackening up in anticipation of Some of the men spoken to expressed themselves as believing the manufacturers would not sign the scale and are beginning a dullness in trade to prevent an advance being said one of we jwill make our strike or no j strike and what is we Will get everything we ask We have no manuj focturers committee to deal with any We deal direct with the and it is much more I dont be lieve there will be any Tho annual cry of the manufacturers is that they will not sign the but they al ways come around In the The con vention will be In session ton days or two Beer nt a Sunday School June Sunday school picnic at MoAdory thirty miles west of ths ended in a One man was killed outright and several badly A crowd of young men attended the picnic had a keg of beer jaidden in the and all of them be came A fight was the and George Roebucks head was open with a It is not known Vho struck the fatal Al Simpson and David Hendrloks received wounds Which may prove The fight broke up the and Women and children ran screaming into the Several chil dren were lost for several Death of a WellKnown NEW June the widely known died suddenly at jbis 891 Lexington Monday morning of heart Morgan nearly 46 years old and bad an event ful career an Fifteen years ago he established a comic weekly in Ixmdon called The and published a series of daring cartoons in his paper and finally wound up with one called Browns portraying John Brown in the act of gazing longingly at Englands Matters became so hot for Morgan that he came to this and had been here ever Ho was u fine scenic Hurt by a Fulling June of the roof of an old near which a new one was being carrying with it five all of whom were seriously injured and two of whom may Tho injured are John leg froot iUred and face hurt Fred spine fractured Charles Ru spine injured Peter right arm and back injured John scalp wound and Internal injur The Oregon State Juno the state election held Monday the vote for gov ernor will he but tho returns re ceived seem favorable to Pennoyer Meagre returns from the state indicate the re olectkmof congress by from to The Repub licans will probably have a majority in the legislature on joint Eight room Frame good Cis Sink in Magnificent river Lot For Splendid Building Lots on Fourth as with ock Magnificent River View to each Jot Thirty acre farm 2 12 miles all in Tour room Cog Will sell for less than per ARE ACKNOWLEDGED Las ing and Economical REMAINS Unchanged t Please be trying experimental Over 30O now in use 315 Belie Juue lugairy now In by the boord of trade Into the Farmers Mutual Benefit association and the La borers awtoolutlou met in convention and nominated the following ticket County Freeland Abla Ohopps Kuhl John Bolln of Two are Republicans and three are Puad Aguliiit June Zor an antlllcenne member of tho village board ot has been tukon to Bpjringlleld by A deputy United mturthttl an a warrant for selling intoxl wUngllquow wlthput a government U Tuere are aald to be over bun HOWELL DEALER IN WILL BE FOUND LOWERConsidering Qualities and Styles Than in any other house in In consequence of tho GKKAT EXTENT of our SALES we are enabled to do Business on a VERY CLOSE MARGIN and it is a rec ognized fact that we handle by far LARGER QUANTITIES OF THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE I am now receiving a large and varied stock of IR prevailing for Spring which I am prepared to make up la GUARANTEEING A Perfect Reasonablt Rates and Complete   

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