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Publication: Alton Daily Telegraph June 27, 1890

Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - June 27, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON Dr. J. W. Enos Sanitarium, ALTON, II_.1L.. DE- RN08 announce* thai he ha* eaUbltohed In a building purchased for the purpose a HAN ITA KI I’M for the BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL. His experience daring many years has convinced him that all diseases can be managed more successfully in an institution of this kind, andor the constant supervision of the physician, and with the aid of mean* not other* wise at command, than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers at intervals of several hoars or deva. The position of the SANITARIUM is high, and the surrounding are free from all noxious influences. It is readily reached by the Seoond street horse oars, and Is near the Union Depot. The building is large, and arrangements are as perfect as is possible from a knowledge of sanitary science and the requirements of such aa institution. Electricity in all its forms; Oxygen and its compounds; Baths, Douches, Massage, Inhalation, Nursing, eto., are provided as may be required by patients, in addition to snob other treatment as may be deemed advisable. A LARGE SOLARI UM For Sun Baths and exercise in cold and, inclement weather, etc., is provided. Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and receives hit daily iwrsonal attention. Now Open FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS. For further information iddrtsi Or, ENOS at tho SANITARIUM, comcr of George and Third att., Alton. III. We Announce A Great sini nun mi -*■» For Prices AND Particulars, See us at The GlobeDAILY TELEGRAPH. ALTON, ILL., FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 27. IWM). NO. 321 MM TUE BALLOT. Debate Begun on the National Election Bill. IOWA REPUBLICANS. ADDRESS OE HENRY CABOT LODGE. W. ti. NrNriMiil Mott!Inn!r<l for Saw-tar) af Stat*. Sioux CHY, Iowa, June 7?.—There were no great surprises at the Republican state The National Movement Inaugurated at Chicago. convention except, perhajm, the nomination of Luke as railroad commissioner. The Ma Mae ha aet Is Caitgrei.tiiaii Point* Oat the >(«y far ti anent Election* anS Ss* J a the Govern iii, at Mu.l Kirrl Ila Power t<i Hava a lair Ballot-— Fraud* Im the Marth and South -Th# Day In the senate—C apital Note*. Washington Uitt. June lf.—The house Thursday passed the following hills: House Mil, with senate amendment*, authorising (he construction of a bridge aero** the MiMl**ippi river st Winona, Minn.; house hills granting fifteen days leave to clerk* in the first arid second-class postoffice*; granting certain lots to school district No 7, in the township of IX*ar-burn, Wayne county, Michigan, for school purposes; to construct a bridge across the Mississippi river at Hastings. Mich. Debate was then liegun on the national election bill. (judge aaid the subject was grave and demanded serious and del I Iterative treatment. Me hail no persona lilies or reflections to make, but desired to treat the question dispassionately. The proposed bill extended the laws regarding Hie election of me rn Is* re so that they would be effective throughout the United .States whenever the {wople wanted them so extended. He said that no local machinery was to he disturbed and that ballots were to be cast as at present and no secret ballot system was to be interfered with where it now prerailed. rretikrdni M Im New York City. Everything that concerned tile government should be Often. Umler the terms of the bill concealment became impossible without a resort to violence, and violence Itself was publicity. The power of congress to enact such legislation was conclusive. The acta * bleb it was proftnsed to I extend hail lawn called Into existence by the gigantic frauds in the city of New York prior to 1*70 end 1*71. Lodge gave a description of tin* state of affairs at that' time in New York city, citing among other cases the Tenth district of the Sixth ward. Also, he said, the Democratic vote, after • throwing out ail of the other votes, was leg, or fourteen more than the total number of every man, woman nod child resident In the district. There were other cities aud districts where the law was needed. I I,'<!Ion* la the south. As to the southern state* It was apparent H at many people believed that great fraud* were there committed. lf the belief existed that such a thing as a fair election in the south was unknown then it was high time that th# United States should put a stop to the evil if it had to exercise every power the constitution put Into Its hands. Mr. lA>dge presented a number of statements to show the inefficiency of representation in the Math. He said that in forty one election district* in tile south, tile members were elected by an average of less than 15,OUI votes, lls compared Mississippi and New Jersey, where the populations in I KHO were equal in numler. The total vote in Mississippi was 117,(HIO. In New Jersey SR 5,IIM, In IHNS the total vote In Mississippi had dwindled to I RUND, while in New Jereey It had swelled SUG,HJO. t reads la the North. No intelligent man there hail been fraud* in W. M. McFarland, of Emmet county, was nominated for secretary of state on the second ballot, defeating C. 8. Byrkitt, the present deputy secretary of state, receiving WI votes to 872 for Byrkitt. J. A. Lynn* was nnminst d to succeed himself as state auditor. Gen. B. A, Beeson, rd Marshalltown, was nominated for state treasurer by acclamation. Judge J. ll. Kothrock was renominated for the supreme In-neb. lion. John Y. Stone wa# renominated by aecinmatiou for attorney general; (I. B fray for clerk of the so pre ms court, and N. Ii. Raymond for su prenit court repor cr. J. W. Luke, of Franklin county, was nominated for rail road mmtni'ftioncr after a hid contest with Mabtn. faint* la the Platform. Tit# platform indorse* the Harrison ad minhttrai un, declares in favor of protection to American industry “applied wisely I In view of the interests of ail condition* of our people" without discrimination "in behalf of the strong against the weak" and “never against (lie inaaam;" favor* such an I expansion of the currency ae will meet the growing demands of the country and “such legislation as will utilise a* money the entire »ilver product of our mines" and “such laws a* will aid in the ultimate unrestricted use of tmth the precious metals sn money;” congratulate* the people on the acquisition of a just and legal control of railway corporation* and opposes any attempisto nullify the interstate com uierce law; sympathise* with southern people oppressed try Industrial monopolies. rtprrlMs abhorrence of all trusts and trade con* pi r ac lea; approves the attitude of congress to ex-Untor. soldiers, their widows parents, ami children, and looks forward to a general service pension law; dec I are* again*! compromise with the *aloou and stand* by : the people of the state in their hostility to its existence, spread, and power, favor* lr,'Idstion by congress to “protect the po-lice power of the state in it* efforts to i regulate, confine, or prohibit the public 4 bar." Penn*) Ivaala Hepn lit lean Ticket. HAKKI-a no, Pa,, June 97.—Senator Quay ba* again demonstrated his ascendency in Pennsylvania politic*. Mr. Deta-mater, his candidate for gov*-r ii or, was nominated in the Republican convention on the second ballot, which rwilled a* follows:    Delamater,    105; Hasting*, .'id; Vim tooth, IO; Stone, 15; Osborn, 4; McCormick. 2. The nomination was then made unation'> ta. J. L. Walrus was nom lusted for Ii; otenant governor, and Thomas J. Stewart was renominated by acclamation for secretary of state. Gen. Hastings, Mr. lteiainater’s opponent, declined the state rhatrmanahip, and William ll. Andrew* was re-elected. The platform Is the regulation Republican document, indorsing the national ndminlstration. the protective tariff, arid the pension legislation of oongr****. The whole affair wa* * • out plate victory for .Senator Quay. tbs proof wa* the effects made by both parti*-* there to throw open the sleet tons ta publicity. As to the south, it was largely a question of rare. The negro problem wa* one of the greatest before the American people. It wa* one in width ail were concerned and were responsible whether living In the north or the south. The wrong of slavery was to be expiated by the north which condoned It as well as by the south which upheld It. The negro was not forced tm us Uke the Ohtnee#. It wa* idle to say that he wsa better off than lf he had not lawn brought Ut civilisation. Better an eternity of savage liberty than a civilisation which came to them with the auctioneer's hammer in one hand and the sthve driver's whip in the other. Deserve* a Better Reward. burh fidelity as the negro had shown to government and to master deserved a better reward from the country north and ■oath than It had yet received. The negro wanted no brutality on out aide. aad sentiment on the other The government which male tbs black amu a ritlsen was a cowardly government if It did not protect him hi bis right. The first step toward a solution of the rate problem was to take it out of national politic*. In con elusion Lodge said. “I-et us do our duty to every American citisen, rich or poor, black or white, weak cm- strong, and we can safely abide Ivy the result Is* us •■•cure to every man the liberty and free dom which Is th* corner stone of American liberty. " * I woald make men free A* mach from nudes* king* From yea as aw.* " la the fteaat*. The resolution offered Wednesday by Call in the senate directing the secretary of the senate to prepare a table showing the nu rn brr of bill* introduced by each senator and the number of (bern paaoud. waa taken up of Edmunds. ■enate then proceeded to consider the honer Mil for the admission of Wyoming as a state. Jour* of Arkansas addressed the senate.    _______ Blaise's Reciprocity Sckcmee. Was* I Ko Tok City, June 27.—Congressman McKinley dined with th* president and war. at the White House until a lata hour Wednesday night discussing with the president plans for circumventing the reciprocity schemes of Hee Briary Blaine. McKinley baa alyt ady brought the In flu Mice of wool growers to hear against Blaine’s proposition Telegrams from them are flooding all th# U h ling Repub beans Harrison Md McKinley think they ran dissipate th# growing feeling in congree# in favor of Maine * project. |*r> *ol« nl lei pMtaMtrr*. WanMINuto* City, Juno 97. The prod den. sent to the senate the following nom iaattous of postmaster*; Michigan liar vey Barker, Portsmouth Minnesota .HL N Harrington. Marshall,    ohio--Mrs. Minnie B Taylor, Melville iVnnsylra-Qta—George Griffith, Kane; 0. F W agen-aeller. Selin * Grove. Itlcg from a Hee Wing. Carrollton, Ills. June 97. Samuel McAdams, a prominent farmer, died hers from UM effs*, is of a bs* sting. Renominated ta 4 ancress. Cold MR) a, Ohio, June 97.—Th* Democratic congressional convention of the { Ninth district met hen- arni renominated Congressman (hi th Waite for his fourth term by acclamation. Mr. (tuthwait# returned Id* thanks in a speech. HTM HLS VILLX, Ohio, June 97.—At the i Seventeenth district Republican coneen would deny that | umi hrJNj    d    Taylor    was    renomi- the lorth, and    j *eourtng KH votes to 'A for John M. Cook. KNOWS HOW TO TREAT A MOB. flame n«rre*luat “Best dttSttOS** Ga* a Warm Bree piton. KannAS (TTY. Mo. June 97.— About HI o'clock Tuesday night a mob of twenty mea and boy* of the Bi arret! neighborhood. nine miles northwest of Cameron, Mn., went to the house of Wait Squires, a wealthy farmer, lo give bls son a coat of tar and feather* because of hi* refusal to mal Mum Gay titarrett, aith whom he had become wall acquainted. The .Squires heard of the mob'* intentions, and, heavily armed, hill beneath the trees of the orchard aad behind bushes. Tits Mob Bests s Retreat. When the mob appeared father and son opened fire on it. The shots were returned sud for a few minute* a lively battle was waged, some sixty shirts being exchanged. MEETING OF THE COMMISSIONERS. The Roily ('ailed ta Order st the Grand I’im-I (lr tlotrl by A. T. Ewing, of Illinois — F*-Hen»ter Rainier, of Michigan Herm* to IU Liminal)'* thole# for President af the Rational Ck»tt»M»l**loti— Butterwort h or !»lehln*o« far ftecretary. Chicago* Ji im 97.- The national movement in connection with th# World's ColtinihUtt exposition wa* inaugurated Thursday. From an early hour the rotundas sot corridor* of the prim I pal ho tela presented an appearance familiar to thnae who have participated in the national conventions of the great political (•artic*. The Graml Pacific botel na* the princi|tal center of the world's falrde'e-gates, and by IO o'clock its spacious rotunda was almost impassable. Each one of the states and territories was repre rented by two del- guise and the to delegates st large appointed by President Harrison had all put In an appearance by noon, At that bour the national « ointnh*-sion was formally opened in tLe large club room of the Grand Pacific, aud the* f existence of the body lagune a matter of * reeonl. ('ailed to Order. A. T. Ewhig, one of the commissioner* from Illinois, tailed the commission to order on behalf of the secretary of stet**. Til# R v. Dr. M. Woolly Htryder made | the ow ning prayer, end Mr. Charles H. ( Deere, also commissioner from UHnob*. I moved the election of Judge John T. Harris aa temporary chairman. The committee as a whole wi I drat la* ended npflfr to j decide two matters—firs! th • quediou of site, and, second, the sufficiency of the fund. Although the l-wal board of d<re«t- « ors have already practically decided upon the Mrh front aud have opened negdl;-1 tions with the Illinois Ceotrsl ta; luny I looking to joint actum, it ta not at all ivr< j t.iin th it the iiattoual commission Mill indorse that action. (‘aimer for l‘re*ld< at. As In the question af the suffic’otvcy of the fund then* will ba no diffrreoce of opinion. If in the Judgment of the national eomtnlsaion the amount * it (scribed, or to be subscribed, Is md regarded aa ain pie for ail purposes the boart! of director* will guarantee to secure without delay as many millions more as may be necessary or desirable. The probable officer* of the national com mission came In for a goo*I deal of canvassing. Ex Hanator Palmer, of Michigan, seem* to he every I* sly** candidate for president. The New York delegatee have publicly announced their intention of placing Mr. Depew in nomination. but in view of the vast, interest* which require his undivided attention, It Is not thought probable for a moment that be would consent to occupy the (Halting. For secretary, energetic efforts have been put forth ou betta f of th* lion. Benjamin Butterwort!!, and John T. Diekin son, of Texas, aud it is thought that tile latter is In the lead. ('awipljrtng aith the St st ale, The meeting Thursday was *101 ply to comply with the statute aud it doe* net follow that permanent ••rgnnixation mind lie effected at once. Under the law the ootn mi ashmen can, if they mo determine, remain in continuous se* don iiuttl after the pun***#* of the fair shall have been accomplished. From noon Thursday moreover, the a»a*e department ha* no control over the dele rates It has given effect to the Mw by the I**-nance of a proper notice of tbs nu-,-Ilug of tile com mission, aud there its duty in the mallei anda A Bargain. wa Bom Birn nom (llifck Wall*) IJH'gr IVllur. with Wafer In House Iii Depot, LOT 60x120. Spit lid HI Neighborhood, Handy at a Sun Hire. to MUST BE SOUD. Dorsey & Mann 310 Belle street. Ill K BEST IN THE WORLD. Anti-Rusting Tinware. 1 The circulation of electricity through Ute water tends to purify it, to destroy microscopical, «nlmal and vegetable Ute, to keep tbs water sweet and Wholesome Every Article Bears a LM tee Ute 'n-1 rn* Th'* war*- l< el gilt years id 1 tliat lf I* po*ilively AM I kl -Art t.-i.-a lit use six fears ne new. an absolute guanin be un experiment, 1 .i aune* has proven n M«. are apparently as good For S lie by Pins & HULL SOLE AGENTS, A. J. HOWELL DKAKKR IN Bepaw ( an Rat Arrrpt. NKW You*, June 90. Chauncey M. De- J pew said Wednesday that he should md and could nut become president of the I*.ant of national coni rn installer* far lh** J world’* fair in Chtongo During the morning Im* sent a db patch to J sine* ll. Hie*-tin, Gordon W. Allen and James ll. Thatcher, Informing them that it wa* 1 scar* elv worth while to cottNliler ' tm a* rn candidate for the office. He could md serve, because hi* busine** would not permit him to do so. Berat*#* sad the MrKlaley Bill. BXKLIX, June 97.—A deputation of mer I chant* ami manufacturer* from Rheuish CARPETS, CURTAINS, CLOTHS. RUGS, Ac. OIL Finally the Biol) fled, taking with It la?* I* J pruaa(A waited upon Baron von Iitrlenaeb. Noland. it* leader, faUlly allot through Thursday nod, on motion j rock in every direction, raa laid on the table. The the breast Yoe ag Squires escaped nu harmed, but hi* father was shot ta the aide, though not fatally Missing and Ow** SAO,OOO. BT. Joiik, N ll, June 97.—A Ferguson, a lumber operator at tiusasx, has disappeared owing over 9*0,000. Them are ugly report* of discounts obtained by Ferguson and the allegation is made that the Bank of Mont re ti holds a note for ft.***! which bail been raised from ft,OUK Oilier* that were discounted the supposed indorses repudiate as forgeries Ferguson is beliavad to have gone to Bouton. Thought It YI a* aa Kart ha a ak a. A TGH UMX, Ken., June 97. Khortiy after noon We lntwday a meteor fell with a ter rifle explosion on a farm near Washing urn, Kau . scattering great quantities of One piece was im bedad in the ground to the depth of several fort The rock wa* of a grayish color aud intensely hot. The shock was felt tor mile* around, many thinking it was aa earthquake Ou.r Prices WILL BK FOUND LOWER-Considering Qualities and Styles** Than Id any other bouse in Alton. In consequence of the ORK AT KXTKNT of our KALES we are enabled to do Business on a \ KUY CLONK MARGIN and it la a recognised fact that we handle by far LAUGER QUANTITIES OF GOODS THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN TUE CITY. minister of eumtuoee* Wednesday sud lodged with hint a protest against the Mo | Kin!#) tariff bill, which tho dei laced Hr- J tuelly excluded from th** United HtaUs* carts!b German good*. The deputation j reducated the government to move, through the German minister at Washington, in the direction of obtaining a . modification of Hie MIL Mb# deluded lier Hnebaod. Bt ’RLIXMTUX, tows, June 97.—A decided sensation wa* created here when Henry Bowman, a prominent fanner, appeared la tbs city in search of bk wife, who left j    j    aiu ni>w receiving a large and varied aloe* of Cloths, In all the home tor King*ton Monday afternoon. lirWa5iia» aha*!**. for Spring Kuita, which I am prepared lo make up in the oaten didy to do annie shopping Mr. Bow ■    " man aa)* Me- joined a weigh hoe, named ; Walker, and ran sway. taking a valuable I home belonging to him. The eloping j couple CMM to Burlington, but could not bs traced fun lo r NII! IM J SUITS. (barged wok Kerr ray. Cibtm, Iowa, June 97. — Ahierraan ti C Woodruff, architect of the blue grana palace, caused the arrest of George Mi RI wain, C W Rekersoa, H M. Hpenoer. and John Hall on a charge of larceny of his plat* for the palace- They claim they bought the plan* of Woodruff and that failure to employ him ss superintendent is the cause of his action. ae* rat era Year* far Burglary. New Bi or*HU*. Mass., June S7.—WI1I-j Mm Allison has bern sentenced lo state j prkun fur ssvsnt—s /ear* tot burglary In ' the tom ae of (‘barb* H Gardiner, at 1 Kwansea The la.rglar loom! and gag-! Mr. and Mr*. Gardiner, but air tired only > a few doll ira. Allison i» ti year* old, and say- he to-long- in Hat term* » N J. (aal Miner* Oui aw Strike. MAI lf xx, N. ti, June 97 Twelve hundred coal miner* are out on strike at the Mph ag Hill collie rh**, tin- largest mine in I Nova Scotts Th* m*a object u» th# «>*• I tem of “Jim king' a whole tai* of coal for t short measure or tot stone Everything at thaoolUrry I* at a <teud*tiil. A Mlorreattt** Marderuna LY ark. CHAMI KAH lei, Mch, June 97 - The | saat-bouud iMroit. Grand Haven and Milwaukee faut train wa* wrecked In this city at ITaney ai reel t russing Wedneeday, alai Fireman llerla-rt Jkeir wa* killed. An aah tie sixteen feet long had laten pi a;-tai by aa unknown person > ii th# track, and the engine struck it while going at the rate of twenty mile* au hour. The paetwugers were badly shaken up. Jatttped Irate a Tklrd-Slery B Indow. Pl Train lei, Pa, June *7,—Dr George Langfitt, of Bellevue, jumped from the third story window bf his reddence wld'c temporarily insane from #*»v»*lv* um llqu rf aud • •plate*. Hi* Meek es* t>roken and death was instant utrou* Th# doctor was (Mf of the heel known men in west era Penna) Mania Dr. IsngStt was 49 year* of ag-and leave • a widow aad cum child *    __ shul III* Wayward VVttm. Ikon Mot ATAI*. Mu- June 90. -Gun-tavus Plaiuel, who had been dee*-) ted by his wife, found tor in an unlawful house near thi* city end shut lier twice, inflicting fatal wounds. Ureal Car Mrlke al gall**. JOLIET. Ills., June 97. - The streetcar drivers in this city all went out on a *t rtke Thursday for more pay aad shorter hour*. Most Fashionable Stvles, GUARANTEEING A Per lect Fit, Reasonable Rates Complete and Satisfaction. H.C. G. Moritz. 112 Third st. A a M o 2 3 r * a Se ■ ^ ? a Im hi . ac H M ^ XI fm, jj rn* rn a* a ^ J ;

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Publication: Alton Daily Telegraph

Location: Alton, Illinois

Issue Date: June 27, 1890