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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 1, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 VOLUME  ALTON, ILL., TUESDAY EVENING, JULY I. 1890.  NO 324.  Ready Mixed Paints I Oils  iii I I  Hill  -AGENTS Full THE  St. Louis Varnish Co. Fine VARNISHES sad JAPANS.  Black Diamond and Ast>c*lo« Hoofing. Building and Sheeting Paper. Force, Lift and Spraying Pump*. Near Home and White Sewing Machines; SHO each. Agents for Ute  int  -FINE LINE OK  Seethe Beat HOAD CART  iD t * ,e  World for $10.  IL I JOHNSTON, Harflware Co.  WE KNOCK ILL COMPETITION.  AT  BRU EGGE MAN'S  Artistic Tailoring and Gant’s Furnishing Goods Emporium,  221 Piasa street.  ilia aitrn »«.» TrxuiExt * aw;**** ai.     1   WAN I LU t»Oui (WtnMMd 0*l»rjr ..a IljWiW r«M,  itnniuM IU Mf in nan. tinct sum piss*. auh HnnMim tpawiuss.  uvTriT raiac. wipmkmmummumw. wnw Huowa  HUOT HK wa. Kifwiyi a. ffclMfa. III. (TMI toes* a rallabta.)  A Great  For Prices  A1VD  Particulars,  See us at  The Globe  Quarter of a Million Added to the Rolls.  TALK WITH COMMISSIONER RAUM  tu amendment to tit* sundry Hr ll appro l>riart(>n bill, increasing the appropriation for tilt* erection oI the public building al Milwaukie, WU., to WOO,OOO. ThU ti aa .nerveae of HW,OOO.  Charter Oak sum ain! Hat® s  CMS. Biggies ani Serin Wagons  Hardware and Farm Machinery, Alton, III.  Grand Special Sale in  Suits or Pantaloons  Made to ( )rdcr.  PERFECT FIT IUD SATISFACTId GUARADTEED  We Announce  Cader th. Dependent IVn.lou Hill It WHI Hr Necessary to Em pin, 400 Additional I lark. la Order ta litre Claim*  Adjudicata! I'roitiptljr—A Man Who Canid Have Moved Ll avo I a.' Ll foot her Vt Baht tiglon City Ne wa  Wamuxotox Crrr, Juljr I.—Th* old •oldlent who «r« entitled to penal ut* under the dependent Mil J net approved by the president ar* likely to bar* their claim* adjudicated promptly. It ti estimated that under till* law, fully a quarter of a million p*r*oii* will be added to the pan •ion roil. Gen. Kau rn, com rn nation*'r of pensions, who ti making every possible effort to meet this emergency, Bays: "An additional allowance of come 400 clerks bare been asked tor beearn* the present force ha* all It can do now. Tit* mw law will, according to the senate estimate, put •«>.»**) more esse* on the rolls. IN course this calculation ti more or Ieee liable to be Inaccurate. It would be impossible for the preeent force to bandle all this extra work In addition to what they are doing now, and so I hare asked for more clerka To Bs Carried Right Through. “There are to be ten more principal examiners, I belier*, and the others are to be dirided through the various grades of clerks. No new division ti to created, but the work will be so dirided that case* under the new law will more right along abreast of the old caeca. It would be unjust to make claimants under this latest act wait anil Uke their turn Ho instead of putting the new case* behind the rest we will begin work on them at once and curry them right through as fast as possible. Cases that are well presented, In which tbsrs are no unfavorable cond! lions, maybe got through and adjudicated in a month, I should think. We issued, Just as so(H) as tbs president signed the bill, thousand* of pamphlets containing the Ult of tbs act. the rules gorrrning case* under It, and blank form* for claimants to HU out. These are now being distributed to claimants and many ars also being sent to Grand Army posts for the information of member*.*  Tho Day la Congress  Wasiuxotox Cm, July    I—Debate  on the federal election bill was raaumed Ie the house Monday morning. Herbert, of Alabama, the first speaker, made a strong Speech against the bill, ae unnecessary, unwise, and intended to array raog against race in the south. Houk, of Tannesses, •poke earnestly in favor of the MIL  In the senate Morrill gave notice that at the earliest possible moment he would move to take up the tariff Mil, not intending however, to Interfere with the Idaho bill and appropriation Mila It ti doubtful, however, if the tariff hill will be reached tbU week. The Idaho hlU was taken up early In the day but was laid aside to take up the agricultural MIL which wa* considered and  Ctremoftiou* and Memorable Event at Philadelphia.  CATHEDRA*. ORM. Rf TER ANO RAUL  A  i  Kl lit I ag Meals of Dalles.  VmiimTM Citt, July    L—The  United Huts* charge d'affalr* at RH da Janeiro bo* informed the stale  meat that by a decree of May Kl. HU cent. of the import duties ti to he gold whits the exchange value of tin mitre!* remains between JO and M pence. When the value of milreti rices between it and *7 pence lf per cent. la gold will be exacted, and when milreti are at par Brasilian paper will ba ae* ce I Ae* I  .HO par paid in Brasil  with All the ramp awd Cst Massy af the ll aal ae (athel Ie (hared—Cardia*! Dlhhoas sad Other I Mat toga) «h*S Prelate* Prs** ut— A Sermon by a Methodist Minister Attach-  SEVEN ROOM BBH MBK  tog at. Juda'* Coling# Which Cooeed rn  GOING TO REFORM THINGS. A Coalification  THE ASSASSINATION OF LINCOLN.  How tho  Hsvs  Bloody Tragedy Might (teen Prevented.  Washixotun Citt, July I —The one man iu the world whooould have prevented the a** ans I nation of I* resident Lincoln ti dead. John Frederick Parker, born in Winchester, Va., came to Washington •oms time before lac firing upon Fort Sumter, and soon found employment upon  Party (totting Heady foe  th* Pray.  LANDINO. Mich., July I.—It ems bs sdl down as a decidedly off political year when Michigan does not succeed in evolving a new party. Th ti season, however, there ti to bs a material change In the programme. Instead of a half (toast) petty organisation* et niggling along dtimally at the (nil end of the political procesalen. a Mg, hut somewhat visionary prefect of uniting all the dh-stKltid el rte lite under one hnuncr ba* beeu conceived.  Will H* a Pol It tool Hash.  This amalgamation ti to include the  Fanner*’ Alliance, the Patron* of Industry, tlie Ueikuuy Nationalist# club, th*  Knight* of l**bnr and iu (act about everything that will come into the fold. Th* stale convention of the new party is to bs bell at Ionising on July KL I bs call just issued for the convention by the head* of the organisation* Interested say* tersely that the new [tarty will be one that will lessen tho burden* of taxation and usury that Io-day threaten financial ruin to the farmer, mechanic, and laborer.  Look* Like rn Murder.  Brrr alo. N. Y., July L—The posed ami mutilated body of a mao was found oe Grand island. Niagara river. The coroner and pollee ara iuvestigaUug. and there are suspicion* thai a murder baa Urn committed. John Ms taper, a  the metropolitan polios force. When in farmer, disappeared vary mjsterloualy  IMS. it was decided to strengthen the reg ular force of doorkeeper* and watchmen at the White Houee with a squad of po-llowinen, Parker was one of those selected. U thus happeued that when President Lincoln and party entered the old Ford theatre on the night of Goo! Friday, UH, they were eceom[Utni*d by Parker aa guard. He took his position at the door to the private box from whieh President Lincoln watched the performance, where he WM expected to remain and prevent tbs entrance of every one except the member* of the party.  Left the Moor Ingunrded.  As the play proceeded, Parker, from hts post, could hear just enough of what wa# saki on the stage to arouse hi* curiosity, aud it was not long before be left the door and edged hi* way toward the auditorium. Ile finally took a neat In the orchestra or “pit," os it wa* thou callad, where he bad scarcely settled himself when the whole Budtime was surprised by the re-  BM s pistol shot. The assassin, Booth, stealthily approached the door of the president’s private box, where, finding no on# to challenge bim, he entered unannounced aud fired the fatal shot. Thera ti no question In the minds of those who are familiar with the details that bad  last October. The body, which wa* found hidden under a pile of bu#!,, t, wa* tadly decomposed, and the skull, devoid of  flesh, was several feet from the body, A cheap watch and kpife found in the tattered clothes havq been identified as belonging to Met oner John Ackerman, one of Metiurr's neighbors, bae been anes tad charged with the murder.  Bloody Conflict ta Msstea.  Sax Ammino, Tex., July L—News reached bere of a bloody battle on th* Mexican side of the Bio Granite last Thursday. CoL Nicano Valdes started (rom hi* headquarters al San Juan Sabinas, with two troops of cavalry to intercept e band of filibusters who were making for the Interior of Mexico from the Rio Grand*. He came upon the iiaodiui in an bush a few miles wee* of Polafhx. la th# fight whieh ensued Col. Veldes’ troops wee* put to route after losing seven awn killed and a number wounded Th* filibusters escaped to this side of tbs river with ao loss.  Left th* body Where Tag ad  Platt sa i rn, S. Y., July L—Th* body of Edmund J. Banker, aged at, aa **n-ploye cd th* Bluff Point quarry sad ak  _ ______ Saranac lake, we* found on the Dei* warn  Parker remained at his post Booth could I and Hudson track, near here, Sunday, by  never have taken President Lincoln un* Track Walker O’Shea. O'Shea, *u  p posing i he ti*  Th* Metieaol Kl set to* HUL  Wamumitox GITT, July I.—Ittioertaia that three Republicans will vote against tbs national election MU, and th* capitol gossip* have it that several other member* of the majority party will also oppose It, either by direct vote, or by absenting themselves whee the vote ti taken. TU* members who will surely vote against tbs bill are Maser*. Ewart of North Carolina, Coleman of Louisiana, and Iwhlbach of New Jersey. It ti said that seven other Republicans, three from th* south, on* from New England, and three from lh* west, will vote "No," It ti known that com* of thee* are opposed to Hie Mil, but whether or not they will sacrifice party interest* and vote against th* measure ti doubtful. lass than leu breaks among th* Republicans in th* bouse would defeat the bill    __  where it was found, tit it remain on the track while he came her* to notify the  coroner. Before the coroner reached th* body several trains had pissed over It, mangling it horribly.  TW# Burglars Shat.  West BiTsuiim, WW, July I - Early Sunday morning Jo* Hopkins and (. barie* .Smith, two burglars, were shot and dangerously wounded by Georg* I* Hicks, residing ai HOI Ogden avenue. The mea entered Hicks’ room, when bs fired, putting a bullet (brough th* breast of each man. They ran a short distance and fell and arc now at fit Frail' Is hospital They will probably dis. Hicks was released on hti personal recognisance.  Concert* st the Whit* Hew*.  Wash I KOTO! Crrr. July L—Th# tinder of th* marine band has been instructed to flirts hti public concerts with son*# national air There bas been some comment that the organisation showed a greater partiality for the national melodies of other countries than for compositions distinctively American iu their nature The weekly c^rncert* et the White House grounds ore very largely attended Th*  Bident ho* adopted the practice of [dent Arthur, and invites personal friends to th* White House during the Saturday concerti. Somebody has said that th* usa rest approach to a national anthem attempted by the Marine hand was “UUti Anni* Rooney” and "Down Went MeGtnty."_  The IU*** Was a Grand hansel.  NKW Yurk, July L—Four call who were robbed of their wages in SIH by e I os* cattleman, arrived bar* Friday as stowaways en tbs steamship  Oily ut Cheeter They were Fetor (futon. William Hartington, John Doyle and Joseph Benton. They were obliged to pawn their clothy* to reach Liverpool, sud when there they stowed away oa the City of Chester. They remained tat th* hold four days without rood or water.  Pkilauxlthia, July L—With all th* pomp and ceremony of the R onan Catholic ch orch, the Cathedral of SS. Peter and Paul, at Eighteenth and Race streets, was consecrated Monday. No more ceremonious or memorable event has eve* transpired in th* history of tbs charuk hi America. Th* must dlstla-gutibed prelates in ti** country attended, with Cor (dual Gibbons at their heal. aud Rh* ceremonies were to th* lost de, rec solemn and imp WK dun All th* magnificent iruww.Mi (hut pertain to the wore important ritual el tbs cb amb were present Thousands of the laitbfui in Ibis city, and from other cities os well, (iitit every foot of room an.l left crowds up*Mi the et reel outside of (be sacred edifice  Minis the C’irsls Thrice.  At AHU o’elock Monday morning th* cooee*vol .on service look place. The pro cession, which formed at that hour, mode the circuit of the cathedral thrice, the archbishop sprinkling th* wall* with holy rater. At the end of the thin! circuit the archbishop knock* I with his stall no the door of the cathedral, which opened for him to rater with those of the clergy con cerned ta the conservation. The people ami the rest of the procession remained outside Ashes had I wen strewn on th* church floor before tbs sitar, sod approaching th* spot. Archbishop Ryan formed a eros* aith the irtirr* of th# Greek sod Latin ai pi toilets, #> rn'sd! slug the Instruction to be gi cen to Catechumen* In the elrmrnls of the Catholic faith  WI,moi lost Ut 1*1 Mass.  Th* bie*aiug of tbs five altars aam* next aud tlo-u the ions.* . two and lbs clergy pots-.I three I true* et 1 , til the Inside of the chin- h, Id s-A-ta rn vt.dis and th* floor The m-piilc.tar* nu .sr the altar* and the oi dement* and Iud/ vessel# aer* cornea-rat rd end the ceremony proper ended after enduring ever .air biters, the  1  greet pub ic event we* the relebrati rn of tobutii pm*tibet*! urns# at it o'clock The mea. ta*..an with the gi cutest congregation ever held by tlur vat lied nil. now for-1 ever dedicated to lh* -cc vive <>( Uh- iiocnau j Catholic church (.'ordinal Gibbon* dell w red a * j> leu.lid oration et) the tai anion. Aller tits mass etna over the clergy weal on a special train to fit. Char ie. amin try. Overbrook, when dinner was served. Root I deist vespers were celebrated at lift) oVt irk in the evening, and a sermon delivered by Rf Rev Bishop Heuneesy, of tows.  (Thick Walls) Large Collar.  with Waler ta Houee.  LOT 00x1120-  lu  Depot,  S|>l<‘ik<l Ul Neighborhood, Handy  at a Safi* I flee.  lo  MUST BE SOLD.  Dorsey &; Mann  310 Belle street.  THE BEST IN THE WORLD.  AntiRistiog Timm  The circulation of stirtrtcitjr I tim egg M toad* to purify ft, to destroy microscopical, • aim al  ai.d vegetable it v, to keep th* wAtar sweep and  Wi ole*oate  Every Article Bars $ UM.  loch giios to each purchaser a i a solute guuran tee again*! rust  Hit# wan* lone ago rt*;i*«-d to be an experiment; eight jeer# of severe led in all cli nm**-# bus pf veil that H I# positively BHI Bt STIMA.  Article# in use (tx year# are apparently at pud na new.  J**-  For .S»lo by  A (SENSATIONAL HERMON  Preached by  Minister A heat  N.lmlitl M Jill)*'. Ct  Bai Tithing, Jul. I- A I re mer. dolls •amistion was created In Annapolis by a sermon preached by th* Rev. Dr K. W. Huntley, pastor of the Find Methodist church. He preached up rn "the spirit of fit. John’# collop ti lo et He to the principles of Met hi*, i* iii. and, therefor*, the Methodist Episcopal church should (urn tab tbs Institution s.Uti no atom students." He said tbs duty of preaching upon this subject had breu Hand upon hun by what had taken place at fit, John'* college during th* las' few day s. aud be challenged the educational Institution* of America to duplicate the variety of entcrtaiunietiu which had occurred lo McDowell hall during the conn own cement week TM* Atame! BawqueS.  He asked: "la what room, to rn I .lied by th* anthurium of any ocher college In AineHea. bu* bern given during a single  cum I—enc* met it season snob a variety el entortaiemeuta sa tbs tnroweil bop. bac-  ‘ ala ureal* sermon, * rands rn of the I’titio boltin soekJRf . followed bf * bop, tsar-stars of tbs i’bilomatbsea sod#ly, fol lowed by a hop. graduating non ties, alumni bouquet, the me im of which sped fled Bornan punch, sherry, claret, end ti* seam ing lh* thin  pins ii  L  KOI.K AGENTS.  A. J. HOWELL  DEALER IN  CARPETS, CURTAINS, #tt  cham nag  The children of Methodist parent* ought  (agt provided*  Th* Stiver Mill.  Want I Min* Citt, July L—At present the probabilities are that there will be no conference on tbs silver bill until Wet!* Mads/ Th* delay ti eau#**! by th# oberne** of Representative Walker of MassachusetI#, on# of til* Republican OOO-fern-** of the house. Mr. W alker was appointed while away, sad has been requested to return as soon as possible, a* both ode* ar* nations to dispose of th* measure tut toon aa pour!bl*.  Suicide rf a Tots—a.  NKW Yonx, July I. —A veteran of tbs Thirteenth regiment Nev York volunteer#, named William Schall#, comm tiled suicide Monday morning at 1X0 East Third street, by shooting himself through th* boart. Hie ma Willy to procure a pension and th* refusal of bis adm Laton to the soldiers’ bouto ti Lbs supposed coma He will be buried at the ex pease ut the Walters’ Society of H ii man tty, of a Mob be wa* a member.  ( crti.i.'. HHH-fMter Sworn lo.  WASKI NOT) tx I'iTT, July I.—Moo. W, ' II. Dickeraori, wa* awora in a* a member of th* bona* of representatives Munday. J He ti the successor of Mr. larUsle from th* Hath Kentucky district.  ralture af a Tri* Bt* last piTTsauno. Ho., July L—A private hank, owned by John Kennedy A Hon, at Tarentum, Fe . tweuty-fiv# utile# north of this city, bv closed Its den**, lls bitt ties, (fit,URI meet., personal, HULM*; real aetat*, mo,HW. The suspension, it ti vt.ought, Ie temporary, end wee wwui hp emir* ordinary demands Attorn*) tiav iefimtib was cho# u atstgune-  not to bs con) mi tied to th* care of an eau coit one) institution, some member# of arbour tinily ar# not averse to win* drinking, and throe af whom, I aet crud I My informed, have bae* suet) et on* time playing pool or ti I Hard# in Ut* billiard ream of a betel, sod that within th* Inst month  Ohs*M rural* Ko Mora Ma#eats.  “I am mar* thou justified in calling your attention to Ute duo lesion af the proposition. the Methodist Episcopal church ought to furntih do loom studsuu for fib John's college (U besa**# tb« dominant spirit of th*latiUutkMi ti tot conducive to th* formation or development of Christ too character, (I) brcauae th* college • uthorltiss permit and sane this proceed lugs whieh ar* hostile to the letter and tm-initial I* th* spirit cd Met bud tim, fill be anntM th!* eanditiea ut things seems to hor* boon accepted by Iti col logs ne Its I settled pulley and we haws no data upon which to tilt'd a hap* far any change I which will render the ad ai I* titration ira. , to lbs priori pts# ut Method I  CLOTHS. RUGS, Ae.  Our Price.  WILL BE FOUND  LOMtR-ConsiJering Qualities and Styles-  Than in any other bouse in Alton. In coo enqueue* of tho ti UK VT EXTENT of our SALES we aru enabled lo do lilt-tm** on n VERY CLOSE MARGIN nod it ti a uguixeU fact that ore bandle by far  LARGER QUANTITIES OF GOODS  THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN 'HIK Gin.  spring sins.  I am now receiving a large and varied aUx-k of Cloths, la ail th# prevailing shade#, for Spring So IU, which I nm p.-pared to atoke up ut Mu  Fasbionable. Stvles,  QUAKX NTKK.1NU  Most  Salt tar OIS,OOO tog as agas  ti»NM, Mich., inly I.—Th# Rev. Louis V sad ria* bos hague a fis.duu slan der suit against sos af hi* parishioners, John P Miller, under the sanction and im fan ti #km of Bishop Foley Mr Vend ria* hee ti-en pastor of fit. Mary’s church ber* f<gr aquarter of a century end ibis action ii the result af aa obi tim# split and wrangle in bis pariah The faction up-posed to VaadfMs hod aa investigation made into th* affaire of Ii** abwab, ai lug mg that Ut* priest had *<<*#! the fun Is for wrang purnwoas sud makiog »*«/ ether • barges Juba Miller was tbs leader of ibis fectiua, ami ti made defendant ti tbs snit. II* ti n wealthy firmer living near ber* Whee Bishop Foley took charge of th* db**** he Investigated tbs charges,  rn masse.  A Perfect Fit.  Reasonable Rates Complete  and-  Satisfaction.  H.C. G. Moritz. 112 Third st.  and publicly announced them frout  KUI. J In • KhdsSs; A•«. ttoi.  Kamas Cl nr, Mu,, July L-I!h Evan-. Hie wife of Sam os i Melee* bv-as, a wealthy an I prominent ohioan. wan killed by twiny throw* from ber  lathe pavement in I row, of her j aculeae*  tim corner of TwwitytflRb #t raft abd  More Howey Hr Milasuko*.  HXOTOX GITT, July I.—fir na tor Traat avenue Th# horses hr. sms fright-  «peon*r in trod u end In tbs aanata Monday  iB *d and overturned On carriage  gal al AmMmI a* ('Parade Pprlags.  Cod (KAti*) fir# it,a, Oulu., July I.—Mrs  0 agr ova, af Chicago, and Mrs Wolf, of Mawark, N J., win killed; Mrs. Gill, of CMeage, Lad both leg* hr Ave and Mrs Wilson af Chicago woe soveraiy bvutied   1  ffnmuy, th* earring* Ip whioh they were rid!ag being struck by a MldJW railroad ursdn at Cti Peen The driver and a  1 ow eg npto a* companying tbs  caped injury.   

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