Alton Daily Telegraph, June 26, 1890

Alton Daily Telegraph

June 26, 1890

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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - June 26, 1890, Alton, Illinois A1 /ION DATTA7 TELEGRAPH VOLUME 21) ALTON, ILL,, THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 2(5, 1890. NO. 320 Work Done at the Convention at Springfield. MEN WHO WERE NOMINATED. Dr. J. W. Enos’ Sanitarium, ALTON, ILL. DR ENOS announce!! that he ha* established in a building purchased for tha purpose a SANITA RU M for the TREATMENT OFALL CURAB1E illSFASES. BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL. Hi* e*perienoe during many years has convinced him that all disease* can be managed more successfully in an Institution of this kind, under the constant supervision of the physician and arith the alii of means not otherwise at command, than when the patient* are seen by their medical advisers at Intervals of several hours or dave. The position of the SANITARIUM is high, and the surrounding are free from all noxious influences. It la readily reached by the Second street horse cars, and is near the Union Depot.    . The building is large, and arrangements are aa perfect na is pollute fron univcrrity trust,*-*. C. c, a knowledge of sanitary science ami the requirements of such an institution Mansfield. Charta* ^ I* Fran* Amberg fur State Tf* aam et ami It uh.,i.| A. I'.ilwtnb for Snperlatenilrat of I’ultll,' I ii*! rio t Ion lien. Hi Anlia I    I'u,    i.i    i m I It.tim,(iii of I In- Convention — Ilia It,'marks on Taking the I hat*' i’uinU la the rial for,ii. HridSoriKI.U, Ilia., June 98 —At tin TU' publican Mat** convention Tm-oday, airn net immediately after the ne<i**nry reed** the committee on permanent organl* tat ii-ii rejHirl, I a list of oflWr* with lien. M ©Nill ta a* the chairman. l'|iou taking the chair be said the magnitude afid en thuHinsm of the meeting gave evident* that it would accompltah good rc-ulta. He, of eouroe, predicted a Kepuhlicatt victory in November. “I take it," he said, “Mint you will not undertake to act on any but stat# mat tem, ami that yon will not meddle with the subject of Hie United Hates *©mttor»hip, I ft by the constitution to the legislature alone.” Upon the question of compulsory education (fen Me-Nulin said: “We claim that the people of America shall be Americans and be e*lmated to apeak, read aud write the language of our country.” lie declared ttie Republican party to be the champion of the industrial classes, holding the laborer worthy^ his hire; his wage to Ii# paid at reaaonably short Intervals, and to he paid in cash ale! not in truck. Then he passed to the old soldier and pension j matter*. The Ticket Nnmlnated. The great contest of the day wa* for state treasurer, the first vote standing Whole Bum lier, WI; necessary to a elude**, j tnt; Anitwrg. tit); I,Smiley, gift. Sacrist, UTI, | Willis, TA; Brown, 7H. On the second ballot there wa* a rush to Amberg, who bad received SOO vol,**. Then Senator Crawford moved to tnaki Amlierg'* nomination by acclamation, blit the call of Hie roll was continue I. Ile got a total of Mi when the roll aa* completed, and the nomination was made unanimous an*! hi* friends went wild over the result. Following is the full ticket: .“'tate te n* urer, Fraus Atniierg; superintendent public in*t met bm. Richard A. Ed a ar,!*. Neeley, W. A. Bennett; supreme recent report of President Harrison’* dec boation to bo a candidate for re-election. He *akl; “It sound* reasonable, I do not belie'e that President Harrison is any happier in the White House tliau Lawyet Harrison was in indianapolis. It is bettor to lie your own master than the servant of SO,(WO,(tm of people.” Iowa Republicans. Sioux City, biwa, June SM.—Th© Repute bean state convention ara* called to order at noon Wednesday. The candidates to be placed In nomination an* secretary id state, judge id the supreme court, nudl tor, treasurer, attorn*)- general, clerk and reporter of the supreme court, and roil a ay commisaloner. With the exoepf iou of th* latter tb<-«e offices are all occupie*i by I (cpu Id leans The Senate Amendments to the Silver Bill. A Klee trinity In .1) IU form.; Ow* ....I IU um.po.Md.; Bat*-, J***-.    J!:    ZT. Mas*ago, Inhalation, Nuraiug, etc., are provided aa may be required by pa tic rite, In addition to such other treatment aa may be *leemed advisable. A I .A UGE SGI. ARI UM For Sun Baths and exercise in cold and inclement weather, etc., is provided. Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Fines, and receive# mr daily personal attention. Now Open FOR THE reception of patients. Far further informition addrest Dr. EMS at the SANITARIA .1, corner el George and Third its., Alton. III. We Announce A Great For Prices AISTD Particular See us at The Globe. j Tkcod ve Growl©)*; appellate court clerks, | John .VLK, tins, CX C Duffy, IC C. Murphy, j George Meffcrt. I*.,tnt* In Ike rislfnns. The platform says: “We lclht# that a radical remedy is demanded for all fraudulent prin t ices at elections, awl we rec omincml our represent *Mv©a in th© next general assembly to enact th© Australian ballot system, with such improvements and safeguards as th© experience of other stat©* where it ha© been adopted and |msted may suggest, We further ren»f»-tucnd the anloptton of th© bill now before rongre** for th© protection of all th© elect• ors of the United State* in the exercise of their blood bought political right* at th© polls. The dam ami* of the tim©* are I IBIS! relive that the whole energy of the government of th© United Hate* anti of th* several alate* should be applied to overcoming all unnatural and illegal combination* of capital whereby the price# of any of the rn- «—*ari©* of lift* ar** unjustly aud wickedly enhanced, and ail 'omWua-tiona of common earner* by which the expenses of carrying the products of the farm ar© placed at such ©xtortloBato fig urea aa to amount to confiscation. I u-0|*« im! tut, sad I tvll iervlre. “We maintain that no corporation or company should he permitted to get more than a reasonable percentage on act ual capital Invested and reasonable wages for Ha officers and employ***, ami that dividends on watered stock la robbery * The resolution* iv for to th© declaration of the national Republican convention with reference to civil servke reform ami pi im men* I th© efforts of th© national administration to aacurv th© beat result© from existing laws; indorse the national platform of lim in favor of the use of both gold and adv* r as money, favor th© I long tried protective policy of the party, approve tim disability pension bill and liberal appropriation* for |>en*ions; recognise th© import ane© of th© temperance question, and favor proper and pre, ileal meth-T od* to abate the evil. t hr th© compulsory education quest iou the declaration is; Favor «■*#» poiser > Rd scat lea. "We recognise th© American public school system a© tit© chief agency in securing Intelligent titixenship, and the chief bulwark of popular liberties, and we <1© clam in favor of a ©ompul#or> education law which will guarantee to ail th© chil drenoitb© state ample opportunity of acquiring such an elementary education a* WRI til them for th© intelligent per-formant-© rtf civic and political duties whan they ma* h th© ag© of manhood; but wa are at the same tim© opposed to any arbitrary interference with the right of parents or guardians to ©lineate their children to pro at** schools, im matter where located, aud we favor Hie amendment of th©©slatingcompulsory education law se a* to conform to the declaration* herein set forth, arni also th# repeal of so mu, h of saki law a* provide* for public supervision over public school*. FeaasylvsMl* Kcpukllrae*. llAKKlMU’ifto, to, June »-The state Republican convention was called to order at I# o'clock Wednesday by Chair-man Andrew- TenqArv orgauisation wa* at i>rn© effectedth. •totlou "f ><rge A Graham fn^ mporary chair* tom rn it toe* were app tnt#,! aula reeaaa taken. Upon reassembling. VV alter Lyon of Al . gb-uy wa* made permanent chairman of th* convention, aiel the wet of the temporary officer* were mad© lier „ .    ^    iBMh Nuntlnslot to I mig re**. Massfiki ii, Ohio, June ‘id.- Michael D. Hurter, Democrat, of this city, receive,! Mu* nomination for congress iii the Fif teem Ii Ohio district Wednesday morning on th© 153d ballot. A BAD STATE JOF AFFAIRS. ll mw lorn© the Fees©tweet Drag Alee©# St (tarIns Ar© t ,m,t, riel. Ha* ink. WK, July 38 —Thedruggist*of (hi* rity ar** conaiderablf agitated. Hear©- j (ary R Ii Helms! reel, of th© Wisconsin Pharmaceutical a**<H:lation, came lier© on th© quitt to investigate and ascertain lf all the druggist* had their cert ificate*, etc. At one prominent drug store he found two boys iii cli ir<» of the plaee, th© proprieto being in Chicago, aud neither of the l*«»ys wa* registered as the law requires. The secretary saw th© boy* sell j»ari* greeo without labeling it poison an*l Ii© himself tonight poi«*»n, and sugar of lead wa* alae sold. At atmther store be found a t**y in charge. The matter has been laid before Mr. Father* of Janesville, the attorney for th,* anociation, and the proprietor* of the store* will be arrested. The penalty is IWO for each aud every offense. Tke Dark National Hank Failure, CRK v*ai. June Jft —Th© director* of the 1‘ark National t»ank amt to make an examination of th# books. Cashier Bell lab! before the director* a statement of affairs. Examiner Sturgis, who hold* ail the asset*, ha* loan aid© to get a clear idea of the present condition of tile hank ll© I* still busy in the int,-rests of th# deport tor. with the paper How falling due. and ha* not yet sent his final report to Washington He will probably complete bb report early next we k, ami until then will nm make any *t*tenie»»t of the c null* Mon«J the hank, ax opt to say that the I depositor* have rn> can*,* f t few, So far a* he is abb to ascertain the mm I* pet feet |y soh rut Another meas waa1 mnnetit < fit era taken flan itf Oklamater was nominate*! f or governor when th© fotv en ti on lesawuB* blet I    ____ A I reek la tke rsxsdt. SruiNi.HKi.n, Otto, June lh—CW. J"# L-ffcl. ex museum freak, ha* bes® elected a councilman iu a alas a1 ale*Aion held in the Fifth wan! to till a vacancy. Iwffel ta th© small,**t official of the kind to the mu,it rn Ile I" fw*1' si* lur he© ‘"*k wfigti* sixty joumts, ann is a* year* oui. Ill* WSH #It*« t **<I III    flunky    BMI Mug II. Ci Marshal, an ex-«>pu tar Democrat. Mr. l-©ff*l was the Rep obi u-an candidate *od polled Bjore than ta* full vote of bb party leg**soil on Harrison. ROCMBVTXX, JI. V., June 'JU. -Cad. Robert G. luge,soil was a-lo*I by a United Press reporter Sa irate ©Ta I allod!© Priest. New th ;l.)AS*, Ira. dune 98 Rev. Father Boh met, priest of HI. Alphaous church, at th,<*n Hpringo, Ala, commit-Mal Mil, id© iii Itta room rn the (avr-amag© adjoining the church, by shooting himself in the bead, Ile wa# AA year* old and a native of Germany. He had been iii poof health for some time. He officiated at a funeral aervlo- last Munday, but woa so weak thai be could I »a rely c one I Bde the service    ___ Vrr,lln»M,l * Fugitive. Vt xx na, June 98—It ta reported lier© that I’rime Ferdinand, the ruler of Bulgaria. has, to a sudden and mysterious milliner, started from Hods for this city, by way of Varna and Bucharest. Ilia visit here, it ie state-1, is in connection with Mm* critical position Iii which Bulgaria ta placed and tim w eakening of the fata ta bu luff ministry by the re*ignatiou of Dr. Hauaky from the miniatry of foreign ad a lr* _ __________________ Detroit tar|w iller* Heat ca. Hat ta-IT. Mich., June 98 -The ©arpen ten' strike which baa lasted eight weeks, ha* finally ri de*! in favor of th© employ-,<r* and to the defeat of the union* Th© lack of funds 'outyelled the coal rn it toe to cut down th© weekly allowance of the un Bwrried striker* to rib), limy had lawn siting 84. This led to their d,w#rtl«n in large bul ic*, ami th© atlika la prartl* cally ©mid Killed ky aa Es pled I ag Huller. Col.- iikern., Can., June 98—Tha boiler of an eugin© in us© on Vt 11 ism < raig’a farm, two milaa from here, exploded Tuesday atte rn,MUI, instantly killing George Craig, youngest ©on of ii Milam Craig, and so severely injuring Thomas (jut, k. the owner of the eugiuc. that he die*! Frank (juo k so badly injured about the face . aud bead His death la expected at any moment. A I holer* PlrrsutloH. MAimm, June 98.-The authorities at alt Hpauish port* hsv© established a ten day© quarantine against Verne!* arriving from Candia awd Valencia, lf there ie cholera aboard a Verne! the quarantine la CA (ended to fifteen days. Th* total uum ber of cases of choler* in Valencia to date ta UM, of which 118 have praised fatal. Hill awi», tke Whirlpool Rapids. Nu«.aux Faux, Out., June to. -I. N.UK of North Muskegon, Mmh., and {Samuel Smith, of Iwwtstoo. N. Y., bar© m»<Ie alt net--Mary arrang©»u«ut* to swim the whirlpsad rapid* on July A Both i will be attired iii I Making anil* and veal© made of nark. They will start between 9 and 4 pm. ll- ©t, Orltlag Pauper*’ (todies. I ’I.I.VKI.a>1*, Dhi«A June J8 — Chargee have been nmd, that th© sup«rii»toud#nU at the city hospital* nave barn selling pau-jH-r*’ bodle* Ut the Western Reserve Medical cst!leg-. Ruling q'f ialMMts have town I 2 kl to 4 3 Sh ami the demand ut said to bav© laen gut si. An iuvsatigattoii will ti* made. Murl©d la th* Kalpa. Bt. Loris, Juu© 98. -A throe story building uudergaing reiwirs al the corner of KL bth sir,- t aud i’hr»*ty avcuue, fell at 3 o’ciwk vt ,-diMsxlay aflerBooBt carr) log with It five workmen They ar© iu tbs ruins it u mg known how 1**41/ they ar- iujor»d    .. Kl-t uiKMiMlussr AlAlas Weds. Kaamviluc, Trim , June He—Gen, J. D. C. Alkin*, txrti.misdoucr of Indian affairs undar Pre»Hb ut (’ rveiand, was married Tuesday u» Mr* Kb wa i'rawfoni. at Part*. Teas. lieu Alkin* I© A* warn of age. aud th, father of five grown children. THE FREE COINAGE PROPOSITION J Defeat rd by a Test Vote ol IS* to 18ft The Diker Measle A mend men! • Non I ow* »irr* *1 la Wlthssl DI* toto* Th© Day In tke Kenate aeeretary Hlalae'f Kflbrt Is Have the Tariff Hill Amended —Capital Motes. WakihnmtoX CITY. June 98—The house ( Wed n©»< I ay adopted the cotiferciu'© re |H»rt on lb© naval appr*»prial1oti bill, bo motion of Conger of Iowa debate "ti th* silver bill was extended from 9 until I, o’clock, al which tim© voting was to be j giu. Morse of Mamachusetta nidrwwwi the house in sipportof the bouse and In opposition to the senate autem!numb*. Pre© t'alaage Defeated. At h pm Bpringer moved to suljslitutr the drat set Mon of the senate* hill for I hr find section of the house bill ta obtain a test vote on the free tolling© pp»|maition and a yea and nay rota* was ordered, which re-ultcd Ayes life, nays UA Th# other senate amendments to the bill wert then non-conruriwd in wit hon! division. Meant© Fr»weedt©g*. The senate amended and (Missed th© house joint resolution authorising the uc* of a governmeut pier in Chicago Th, following Mil* were taken from th# cal andar and |Missed; bouse bill Increasing bv hki.tXM) the limit of Cost of public building | at Springfield, Mo.; house bill auMiortxin^ th© « na tion of * hotel for colored peoph upon th© government rew-rvalion at Forint** Monroe.    _ THE TARIFF BILL. Mislies** Effort ta Have It Amended Waking LII I lr Hr ad w*). WakIHXUTuX City. June Jft - Mr Blaine's ©ff«w1 to have the tariff Mil amended so as to take sugar from the free iud in return for compensating ad-vantngr* to Im had fro n rite C -utrat and donth American cots ilrie* hts male little headway in the ©nit© rim » ort ar*-still indulging in mw,,» go*»q» , •* tot. sub jeer, but a careful canv .as show* that un th© Republican in Ie «*f tit# cha.tiber, at least. Mr. Blaine Im* few supporters. I he btl! is tm the calendar with a favorable report, and having paw*'J the fire of th© house it will lie tint most difficult thing in th© world to alter It now. President liar j risoa stated to a friend, with the knowd* j edge that his words would tie published, that br i* a supplier of the tariff bill a-it stands Mr. McKinley alan intimate that be wa© never in favor of Including Mr. Blaine's "tiger projiositlon to the btu,' Mid Mi© Republican© on th© finance coni { m it tee deny emphatically that either of I them wa* in favtw of accepting Mr. Blaine'© ail vice, or that tha question of adopting hi© suggestion ever came to a I vote. Kraal nr lisle’* Amrndmeal. Senator Hate ta very iHinily engaged in ■©•king sup|mrt among hie colleague* in FEYEN BOOK BRIK JVI (Iii if k Walls) Largtt Cfi la r. with Water til lloune Iii LOT 60x1120. i t    wiaNrtM Spit*nil lit Noi^lilHHiitMMC Handy at a Surrittfe.    -* MUST BE SOLD. to | Dorsey <& Mann ' m| . ti I I J Rill* VII m 4MU 310 Belle street. rHK BEST IN THE WOE LD. tm* / 'Mi A. V Anti-Rusting Tinware. M * asta W I fee circulation of ebs-trlctty through the water tend*bi purlf> it, to destroy microscopical, -aiasaJ and vegetal*!© tire, to keep the wa tor sweet Md wt meson!©    -    ©La*    •»- Every Article Bears a Label ti'Cli tcr ag i;n*t rh*-* .-ach (Hi re I, i»<>r an abkdute guanin th.* w.ir© bm - a.o ceased to t>© an ©x(>critueat; eight j ar* i f sex. re tot Iii all climates has pr ven that St I* (st* tivi*ly AVII rum ll ML Artic!©© lo us* six years ar© apparently as good as new-. For H ilo hy mis & nun Hr, the senate fog the resolution which Ii© w ill J offer as au aru ndmciit to the tariff bill I embodying the auguration* and |»r«»i*"*i-tiou of the secretary of state regarding reciprocity sri th Mw Central and South American republics. IU ba* secured Winn* support for his amendment, and it is md unlikely that* majority of the senator* would be willing to make sn expression of their sentiment* Iu favor of redprodt) In a general way, but Mi© proj«ialtion to bring It about according to the plan <>f Mr. Blaine, by altering th© sugar adwsl-ule of the tariff bill would probably Moi ivswiva a handful of Republican vote© in the senate.    __    __    ____ Another “Original Pm kage" Hill. Wahihxotox Urrf, June 98. -At a meet log of the bouse committee on judiciary. Tuesday it was derided to report a auh st it Ute for tim senate original package bill. The substitute includes all art! cie* of cuanwrw. but provide* that 09 diw rim I nation sh iii ta made i»y ©ay ■Ute to favor id Us cit tsen* again*t those at other stoics in r©*(*-ct to th© sale al any article at commerce, mw In favor of It© own product* against those at like ©barat -tor produced In other state©; mw shall th© tm 11 "portalton of enmnwm through any Mate ll© olwt rue ted, except iu th© nee#* ©ary ©Bforeement "I the health law* if such slat© A lk»a al ** I?aet© liras* " A4l**lng. Wa«uixuh»x City, June 98—William Harris, a son of Joel Chandler Harris (Uncle Remus) of The Atlanta Constilu Mon ta uiUriug, and hi# father aud friend* are very anxious aiioMt bim He left At tanto Sunday, aud wa* to ham arrived here Monday morning, ami spend several days before proceeding to Canada to virit relatives. II© failed to *p]*-ar at the ho tot m which bv was expected., aud effort* to find him have thus far proved moue cessful. Voung Harris ta IS years at age WHI Me I’aaatoereg la Ike iMg Hays, Washington City,June A -Thecham-e* are thai Me tariff UM will not lie taken up f«w mm < ride rat loo in the senate lief >rw the arrun i wMtk to July, and its feature© are not even Using discussed with any ih-grer uf interest nu Ile tb*w of (hq arn ate now. SOLE AGENTS. A. J. __  at    ar.....1^1 it— 1’ HOWELL" DKAUKK IN' CARPET, CDRTAINS, CLOTHS, RIJOS, &c. OIL •tot Our Prices WILL BK KOUWD LOWER-Considering Qualities and Styles- Th fen in adv other bouse iB Alton. In orinaoqunwe Bf the CRK AT EXTENT of our SALES we are enabled to do Busine** on a VERY CLOSE MARGIN and it U i recognized fact that we bandle by fax    T *    ** L ARU ER QUANTITIES OF GOODS THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE CIT*. mm suits. opponent trembly ( was wbather he tori ic * ©d tfkfe C'atltuM Itruker* Fall. Xxx Y«*t;x. June 98- The BUI im (rf ll. E. Iluri«**» A Co., c st on iffvtkvr*. so sn nouucwd iat© W# iu>*MUy atieru«».-i» on ti*© cotton excbang* Nu statement uf iutldli-tim or s*aet* wa© rn :tU Alrxaader c«»upl»H, "f I* Hallie, HK, dispute the claim "f Col K U Taylor of being th* datkly of the urn rn back. Camp bell *aya the greeniiack ©as hi* baby. I’*r J*»«* *1 ky liu»,rii«r I.ut *. IgHIKU, Mick, Ju:*e    Jft. — Gov*»aor Lwr ha* pa rd "nett Henry Belgrade. «*-n-teiitcnced to JackMW prKak from Mania-tee in November, Him. for throe amt one half years fur ostrauiig a woman Til© got,-ritor find* that Melgarde and his alleged stet bn were la th actually th# victims of a tb-rignlug woman. I be couple wLl marry aa e*m aa Belgard© eau get back to Maailstes. Mtriker* Win a 4 iglil. lhi-TWX, June 28- The strike of the building I *b<»rvrv In this « tty, which ha* l*»« it to program for over a wr*»k, © a* ©nd-eil Ti ©aday a heil the Ma**<n Bulbier*’ ;,w, j Man voto I to graal lh© advance of 2 j , an bour d* ni.vu led Th!# makes thru pay 98c per hour. Uitrftvrri Im III* NI**?, lh id v. Iii., Juu© to -Mea. Henry Har- y,.    c«m»tftullne, Mich., *lk>t aud kiev I her bu* *v«d wUtle he wa© asleep. Tm a.mort Ic life of ti*.- Harveva, who had L , ti mvrt it**l *ix )©;vr*, ba* ta-en very urn happy ______________ I lo*ret* I)-©* qed ky Ugkiatag- W ILI JU Arte, Co i» . June 28. -The Con I grrgaMona* « !,urc . at \«4<orJ w;m struck by light n>ii 4 aud ti- *tra)ad- It was one of toe ol-ta©! cdi tee* IU the state I am now receiving a large fend varied atock of Cloths, in all the prevailing shades, fur Spring Suits, which I am prepared to make up ta U* Most Pasttionablel Stvles, Arf.!* -SO? ©wvwr t - GUARANTEEING L Perfect Fit, Reasonable Rates and Complete Satisfaction. H.C. G. Moritz. 112 Third st on ) Mu ;

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