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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 2, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH.  VOLUME 29.  ALTON, ILL., WEDNESDAY EVENING, .JULY 2, I HOO.  Ready Mixed Paints I Oils  A Handsome veiled at  — AGEN TS FOR TUE-  Monument  Indianapolis  Un-  St. Louis Varnish Co. Fine VARNISHES tad JAPANS.  WITH VERY IMPOSING CEREMONIES.  Charter Oak Slim ami Item  Black Diamond and Asbestos Rooting. Building and Sheeting Paper. Force, Lift and Spraying Pumps. Near Home anA White Sewing Machines; fdO each. Agents for the  Celebrated Mater Farm ffaaoiis.  —FINE LINE OF—  Carriages. Baggies aid Spiro Yaps  See the Best HOAD CART * n the  World for HO.  IK. JOHNSTON, Hardware do.  Hardware and Farm Machinery, Alton, 111.  HE KNOCK ILL WETCH  Grand Special Sale in  Suits or Pantaloons  Modo to Order.  - AT—  BRU EGGE MAN'S  Artistic Tailoring tnd Gent s Furnishing Goods Emporium,  221 Plana street.  We Announce  A Great  For Prices  AKTD  Particulars,  Bee us at  The Globe   .JI iii  •s» ey* A  'it  A Monster Farad* of Soldier* and Clvll-laa. On* of lh. Feature* of th. Orca-si**—The 1‘rt.mln.iii p*rt Tahr* ta th* f>renioale* h» Hr*. Headricks, Widow of th* Mm lo IV Ii oat AU Were Doing Honor- Til. Drill..lor) Od*  INDIAN’aiolis, Iud., July    *Th* capital  •tty of th* Hoosier .tate and th* home of th* president of th* republic did honor Tuesday to th* rn*nlory of one of her favorite mnu, whose notable career a* a ■tat rain an wa* cut aholt Joint a* hi* life’. work had been rewarded with th* second highest office in th* gift of the American people. Conspicuous as Thomas A. Men drlck. had lawn in hi* life-time In th* council* of one political party, there were no politic* in th* event of Tuesday. The  ‘ Hendrick.” wa* fired by th* battery, sad “Odin OI Ma* wa* rendered by th# com blued Im nds When sil*n<M had once mow I sen restored, th* following dad!-, calory ode, “Hendricks,” written by Jam** Whitcomb Rd.)', w«* imprevdvely read by l*r >fcssor Fisher of Hanover collage:    j  UH •* of thy Westland, and tor*I of th* Vat lorn!  trader invincible! Ruler must art**! Fevered nor flushed by the throng', acclamation,  (Mm (featly p duad a* a atar firth* ak taal i'ttle that wet* night to us Thou didst make heigh: to aa — Rrtghtentn-; suit. till th . im wk** intl shin*.  IDI) with frown from tnt.  Now Lion art * aw from na.  Haloes thy deads with a glory divtaa  Yarned «* mon we'ri 11 th* i«»rj of th* atta*  Vol ed «* ii m .star tn lofty debate.  Thine w is an Hagaeara History 1 * pies Rue! iiuly wiling*-/ In vein to relet*.  Multi do r the wonderful l*at o , or than J erf al Flash** of den ok iat tow md J*.Ti! silent 11. ut if ut Scorn, .rid to* beautiful Tri 1  ate of tremolo is Md> dng and tear*!  Th! a, tile.i, the meal f • psopie'. aff*-Uoa, Hora «’*o e factional wrangle at i fray; HUH warm * hooted ta Ut* bran*, rc—dta ti**, Na taut of lay virtues shall vanish away, still In peartly Ho-1, la thy guilty File.) aa thy mnnautoot, tow'ring fibs***—  Ay, ait rat wearing it.  Alt U ate der I art ag It,  Broon- • v ll our Soave n t th* legend, of loval I'ottelN.loM of th. Cwremont**.  Following this “Th. New National Hymn" wa* rendered by the mal* chorus, and the "Matt # Hymn of the Republic" by the school children. Senator Turpin, the orator of the «Uy, upon tieing introduced, was receives! wit Si long-continued cli cera, After hts address the orator received another ovation. “The Tm* Pl triot” wa* rendered by the male chorus, the audience ami school children Joining in the stirring .trains of “The Htar Spangled Banner," and with tbs pronouncing of the benedictlno by Right Rev. Silas Eli alani. hi.hop of Vincennes, th* avant of the day was brought to a fitting conclusion.  HMSO I BIG TRUST.  Organization of Importer* Plate Glass.  BIG PILE OF MONEY REPRESENTED.  Th* Object *f th* A—wrist!** I* to Bring Ctorai. I ooh lag-GI***.* tat* M*r* Or* ml Pa* la This ( *«atry—Aeml-Aaaaai Settling Day la New Tor*—Interview with John L Haiti va*-Oath ara New* Veto. of General later**!.  A Bargain.  ■K  PERFECT nr in SATISFACTION GUARANTEE!) e  THI HON LU EXT TO HKVORirKA. business house* and private reaidanosc of the mast earnest supporter, of the party In power and th* warmest friend* of President Harrison, war* daoorated Just ae profusely and with aa much taste sa those of their political opponent*. The various divisions of the parade began to form st their designated rendezvous, and at I o'clock, when Chief Marshal Hen Fred.  Knefler was sat In (Ted that ell was in wadi th* signal was given by the firing of •van guns by the veterans stationed at the north side of the court bouse square and th* bead of the eoluuin moved.  Cheare tar Mr*. Hendricks.  Tbs Metropolitan police under oota mand of Superintendent Travis led th* way, with the chi*/ marshal and stall and mounted escort clo** la th. rear. First division, commanded by Col W. J. McKee, wa* mad* up of the second regiment infantry, Indiana legion, th* Indianapolis Light artillery battery, the Knights of _ ^ ^ Pythias and the Knights <>r Honor, and the mil forms of the military with th* gay  BIG INJUNS AT SUNDAY SCHOOL.  They Make  El urn agr and regalia of the dviliaua cora iliad to prraent a bn! Heat spectacle The  mc pod division waa lad by the Hendrick. dab, Of Indianapolis, with J. Ii Curd, commanding. It* members marched ins square a. special escort to the oarriage containing Mrs Hendricks, I braid* ut Rand, of th* Monument association, aad donator Turpie, th* orator of UM day Ona continuous volley of cheers greeted the venerable widow as the carriage moved slowly from Modi to Mock and Mr* Hendrick, who looked somewhat (ala bat fully com posed, smiled end trowed her thank, to th* right aad left. Behind th* carriage ta columns of foam the members of th. Young Men's Grey dab, Cleveland club aad Bynum club, alt of Indianapolis  Distinguished Visitor*.  In th* third division, commanded by James R. Carnahan, waa the visiting dubs from Indiana and other alate* Following the** in th* fourth division ware carriages four abreast, containing Gov-amula HIU. Campbell, Francis and H»v*y and their part ira. The committed of th* Monument association, board of trad* and Commercial club, and the judiciary stat*, county and city official*. The fifth division WM composed of veteran sol durn organisations, and th* sixth aad last of the city end ward organisation* of Indianapolis. Th* sidewalks along th* Un* af march ware packed w it h people, who heartily cheered the visiting governor*. the clubs from abroad aad th* other features of the parade that excited their enthusiasm Each division had It* banda of marie; aud Ik* numberless flags, beaners aad ether device* that were car rtad tended to com pieta a magnificent ensemble.  Arrival al lh* ii omit*.at  It wee J oV lock despite the feet Utah owl ag to th* extreme beat, the rout* had been shortened, b-fore th* bead of IIM pro oration reached the state house grooods Here almost ae far as the eye could reach, th* spectators were solidly massed Fronting the monument a platform had Iran erected for the speakers and distinguished guest*, while to th* right waa an amphi theatre ll I Led with SAM) school children, th* majority Bul* girl, in White Company D of the Indianapolis Light infantry was posted around the tipper baar of the moQS-mettt, while th* Hendrick*’ club formed a •quam around the lower base The ap pearance of the earring* with Mrs. Headricks end the visiting governors waa th* signal for the firing of a aal Ute of nine guns by the light artillery battery, aad th* el*iris** were forthwith inaugurated arith an overture by the hand Thru th* school children's chorus, led by I'r >fe*»or Henry M Butler, sang "The Model He public' with superb effect.  Th* Moaumeat t'*veiled.  Governor A. P. Bovey called the gath sling to enter in very few words, extending a hearty welcome lo the Visitors from abroad, and paying a brief tribute to the memory of th* man they had met to honor He concluded by Installing Hon. Frederick Rand, president of th* Mona-UMmt assoctatio®, m presiding offirar. Th* latter in lure tnt rod bow I Rev. Joseph & Jenks*. of (PL Paul'* chunk, who led the g*tb*riug la prayer After a rn-lect loo by th* Hendricks (dub bond President Rand mad* a succinct historical ntt<-m i.t oar rating th* circum*t*BC*e under which tit* mov.mcui for the nrenuno ut had originated th* antounu coat ri timed by th* several stat** aad th* total expenditures. Th* bytuu "America" wa* thru sung by th* chorus sad audi -aca. Aa th* last nots* diad away Mrs Hendricks rows and gently pulled th* tope, reusing th* can va* to on ad* and disclosing t tm life else status that crowned the pedestal.  Th* Dedicatory Od*.  Appl*use, loud aud pfflftflHgai, greeted Ike Biicr iraf 'tl eolminattexh af enterprise, while to add to the (La, a eaiuto of ala* our for cst tier of th* nam*  Fosecfut Bald oa Beecher*.  Otd t h it rah.  Rwoilti, N. Y., July a.—Th# exerriae* of Plymouth church Munday school were stopped Sunday afternoon when a large company from th* combined Fore pa ugh and Wild West abow*, including forty or fifty Indians Ie war paint and feathers, entered under the asc ill of Cot Janus L Cooper, Capt Bogard us, itnd his three sons. >• toir of (bt* noted row h < % and Mexicanaof the abow were also pre* -ai. but th* Indians attracted the most att mini, especially I Chiefs Black BulL Bear. Short Hora, Kicking Hone, ami latug Tooth aad th*  | -quawa Th* Indians appeared to ba th <i»ly faaciuatad with th* singing of the children.  Short Her* Makes a Hp seek.  Short Horn, the Blackfoot chieftain, thus spoke in bl* native ton go*, th* words being interpreted by Manager I'. D.  I Yale*: “ll makes my heart feel glad to today. I think now that the great spirit is with the Indians and whites alike. I need to think that th* graal spirit wa* only for th* Indiana I !s gi t to think of this day aa a day to ta given to the graal spirit.” Rev, Hr. Ab I sitt matin an add re -* telling th* Indiana bow great a friend Mr Beecher had bean tor th di race. At th* close of the axer rias the picturesque visitors were conducted through th* church and Dr. Abbott himself performed oa. the greet organ for tb^m.  Kaw Yoke, July Representatives of aa tau concerti* engaged la th* importation of plate glass met is this city Monday and effected aa organisation for bu* 1  nm umier style of "It* Gerinuu Istoklug Glass Plate Company.” Th* firm* wpm ara tad are said to control a total capitate cation of $tV,Q0U,0U(i. They ar' a* folios* Band*, Dray A Ce., lemon, Bt 'he A H. Bin* wan gar A Os, Tea Horae.  A Ort, Albrr. Arnstein A Ca, Bigiuubd Cohen of this civy, sod Hills, Turner A Ca. of I bet in. lie new entrap/ vt has been incorporate I ai a csp Isl;/.*/cai of LVili.bSI. wl;It ilia privilege of increasing thesni Mtntwiieneverincrats.il importations nuder suet) a step a*I vt* (hie.  Olijri t of the A scoria I lost.  Opersfi«ms began af MVI to lit Wooster strrat. The members of the various firm* enter lite mw comps iy ladivMually, so ti.st th • p iv it* bos.ii ss of mcU MMiieerti reprvs,;»,« i wdl not ie* dine ly iuv lived, but it ie under* oui A (wit the cot porMtno will ss .lino th* (suctions of agent for all of them, so tint a nsiM/isrskk percentage in the coat of importation wife lie raved. Mr Dray said thai I..or* would lie no at tempt to inc re sac the price of plate gia**, the object of the ssno.-istioB. lirai Ie* economy in man 1 •<*men . lr I ig to bring about a more gen r d J « of German looking gl ioses Im tbts country,  Most liny I ll I Ult uh th* <•«» hilt*.  Nine’ v -five per rant of tbs la Ain if glam plate made In Germany contes fr»m  Fenrth. Bavaria. It i«thegc-s:ip of the trade, aud not contra tined byth* mem is im of th* new eof!sirs ion. that the Fctirth manuf ict ire.- ar,- directly inter es*rd in the coo,b u*. Pot. ail I have agree I to aeii no I asking glass plate to American dealers ex *;» toro* fit lh* oh in OI IMM ton, a* their agents.  (Thick Walla) Larga Cellar.  with Water in Donne  LOT 00x120.  Ill  £ ID*!"*,  Splent I hi Neighborhood, Handy Mi h Sacrifice.  to  MUST BE SOLO.  Dorsey & Mann  310 Belle street.  THE BEST IN THE WORLD.  SEMI-ANNUAL SETTLING DAV.  Nix  MIGHT HAVE MAOE A FORTUNE.  A Georgia apt aster Who Sported  Heard H flee a I ar hr* Loa*.  ATLAX TA, fie., July *—lite* Kl tx* P*n-*on, IO years of aga, and well known because of her luxuriant growth of beard,  died at her home three mile* from this place Monday la make-up aha possessed •vary feature of a man, was t feet 9 inch** tall and weighed ITS pound* When a girl she wa* troubled a great deal with toothache, and as a means of rail*! used poultices pretty freely. These were bound around th* lower Jaw. Th ie treatment waa kept up until it wa* discovered that unless the poultice* were discontinued eh* would have a full beard.  Wouldn't "Os for a Fresh.”  Th* poultice* were left off, but this did nut stop tit* growth of a short Mink beard that had appeared on ber wall roun ted cheeks. This wa* mortifying to th* family, and a laving only inctwaaad th*growth Flued)' all hop* of stopping the heard wa* ab indoowt, and ll wa* allo wa i to grow. Fur twenty years toe ha* worn a bleck beard fifteen inches lung. Nat a rally such a freak was sought after by ike show rn en. bu* to* invariaMy refused all off ara. (the was exceedingly mud rat, and always wore a bonnet to bid* b*r heard a* much a* possible Abe wa* never married.  D.  Brakefriter*. 0*a*rwma GIA.  Clxvklaxd, Ohio, July I —John Rockefeller has just given lim,nut to th* Baptist K durational society, which ba* It* bau k) uar. cr* lo Now York, and wa* forme-1 for th* purim** of aiding needy institutions of ie* rut ag under Baptist control. Mr. Rockefeller tv# years ago gave HUO,(MU to th* society. Hi* Am ai lens ani so iotniiturned that tbs society must rata* from other source* Av* time* th* amount given try him. Anc* bis original donation fBI>,tin ha* bean raised, which aa pleased Mr. Rockefeller that ha gave #luu,«uu mom lids la ex id usi va of th. to w.utw given th* Chicago collage  I urged aa Order mb a Church,  N kw iii uu. S. V . July I—Rd ward M. Doyle is under arrmk hora chargwi with forgery aud lac,any in t dragon    Duyh se  cured * oootract to b iild * bout-* for th* rte. Mary’* H man Catholic church At Beaverton, tire, and prraeate.! to th* bishop n forged order fur ll,OKO. purport im to com* from th* to arch, it •• A said to have aacurad alwwit Avon from other part im througii frau I. and I* alo* said to Is- • Ugamis' with three wives living.  Clearing lip th* Hast*/*« of th* Last Hunts. In hen turk.  NKW YitltK, July t—Monday was senti  aauual sett Hag day in New York, a1 though it will take mod of .Lily Iwfora the bmfluera of the Iasi Ax months is entirely cie*rad up Ii would be practically , of little avail to un tertakJ the work of rat ii 11 st lug the amount «d dt*bunK*;n-'nU to he made I u July, btl in view of the! large Incrouve in the Nm.» of railway I bonds and in tbs securtt,m of various in- j dust rut I c'>r,>‘*r*ti»n* •o.sde last year. it i will he safe to say that the amount re-  1  torniog to Intra or* la J tly will <*l»ow a , groat increase over that oft et •m-apomt j lug month of i*vti, aa i wU.I isi s 1  iii larger j than the p-.rnMMit* mat* iii Jsutiary. ltMt when it wmratimtt^ I that the grand total of wtonej oblig iitoas faliitigalac wa* not for from fioo.ovt.ax* The extra divt dcnds of the Saw York (hMfsl ware paid in January, and this, of course wo Kl tend to make th* di< mirwntsuU of that month larger than tliora in July, hat, im the other hand, th* amount paid Ult* month will Ii - swell-I by re .ram of th* fact that th* AU-hison ani several other comp*nu-» have rrv’itw* I til* payment of their interest obligatUHia in July.  Anti-Basting Tinware.  Th* (imitation of electricity through th* water tend* to purifv It. to destroy microscopical, 'niaial and vegetable ll e, to keep tho w iter ewe it and  wi otrantoe  Every Article Bears a Label.  bleb give* to rack im re ha SCT na rn volute gunran tee ugxin.t nill  Th'* war* Ion" ago ce.i»« rt to b*' un i ifi-rlmftit; eight yran of »e\«re test in all cftmaie* has pr Vet* thai it Is positive!) AS TI Iii H IM.  Articles la use .tx year* ara apparency as *»od os new.  For H »li* liv  nm i hill  SOI K AGENTS.  A. J. HOWELL  DKALKR IN  HAS HAD ITS DAV.  Islanlra  with Jake L~ Sautes* ms th*  Brise Ming.  Kl* Yotut. July * — John L A*! lie sn I* of the opinion that priw fighting ha* seen It* day in this eonntry for a tim*, lf not for good. The champion Mid. “I think th* fatal tight at th* Guidon Gate Athletic club, Bon Francisco, h largely mpoadlir for the reset! a **r».tii*t twine light* Nearly *w«vy Mist*- in toe uAon ha* *on*e riling to ray on the subject sow, ami th* mini-ten have comnMaoed to preach again 4 IL In viaw of lh* recent dei Hop men I- I think I ain asf* to raying that it woald tie aext to impossible to enccera-fully briqg off rn big prim fight far some time to ship I ihsii sat light agata na Umm I ant gusrauteod that th*ra will ho ne interfere ara by the law. I would ilk* to meet Jackson, su i hare raid that I would do Wk It would Im impossible to bring the battle off in California without getting into trouble, and J*ck*on’* refusal to fight anywhere *Ue makes our meeting extremely doubtful.*  CARPETS, CURTAINS, CLOTHS, RUGS, Ac.  OIL  Our Prices  WILL BK FOUND  LOWER-Cinsider^ Qualities' and Styles-  Than id abv other bouse in Alton. In contequence of th# CBK ET KXTKNT of our SALES we art ennbled lo do  Hotness oo n VERY CLOSE MARGIN nod ii U a recognised fact that we bandi* by far  LA KG Kit QUANTITIES OF GOODS  TUAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE CITY.  Marriage mf Juk* Cbfli*  New Yomk. July A—The si ti lent of the uixrrtn ;e of John Ciafiin, the brad of H. R Claflin A Ca, of this city. wa* a geiiniu* nueprlnc to th* dry good* trad*, as. except for hi* p* r*«u*l friend*. no!sidy bad say id** that he ea»ertwine«l rust ii mou 1*1 iaicutton*. Mr brid* wa* Mrs Ktexsheih JR. wart Bubo th* widow of W Ii Dunn. • f •rmer mein j her uf th* Arm of ti Ii Claflin A Ca, w ho died In Kuropo three or four years ag* Bbs U* daughter of th* hat* John J sine* SU wark of IxiuisvUtn, My., an I is about j leu yeara younger than Mr Cle (ii u, who lain the tirighl<orhood of 40 Th* wed : ding took pl ac j Friday UM at Monterey, Cal.  SPUING SUITS.  ______ J am now receiving a I arg* and varied slock af Clo His, in the  < laflio’* i    ah    od    ca,    for    Spring    Suit#,    which    I    am    prepared    to make up lo th*.  Most  Fashionable  Styles,  GUARANTEEING  Amariaaas sot A* way* t it tee**.  Mi SAOOX*. L t, July 9.-- Tse tar a, who were never oat of th* Jarl sd let tea of th* Uttitol Btotra, an't wk-joe parrots mid grandparent* clear b wk war • shoolutcly Vmcri ans, were male cnimns in th* court here Mood if They arc A J Foreman. • Chrr Aaa. an>< J, M Clawker, a Choctaw Indian Th#.-1*** th« required i hg >rh i it# oath. and were g.veil pi sera  fee »l et a# mf C.easp4ra*f ■  Nkw York, Jniy t -Thomra Maachril. judg*. Tl»< inn* F si loo. < l<* rh, and J Hart and J. I*bom** De Haney,  •re, who rom *•«**<I th* •iratioa baaed in the Rm predict, First diet lire, in Jraray City, wan the big ballot fraod* tree* CMutaittad, were omvheted Monday of KMMpiracy Tbsra were Ulm- fhmoetat* aa th* jury aad Can* H*pub!t<*u* AU of th* jai) mea ware btudoras m*o. Judf* lJppior* •it will xeatoora th* ounnatwl awa to Monday The maximum punish rnent for th* crim* ie two years la Mat* prison and lh# Ane  A Perfect Fit  Reasonable Rates Complete  and  Satisfaction.  H. C. G. Moritz. 112 Third st.  II** Ii et* for sa trial. Mama St, Lit*!*, M i., July t—A German , Morral) able to »p«a* rn word of Kaglteb, has appl to I to the circuit coart to hare hi* nam* changed fro rn Maximilian Edward Baitkepf to Maximilian Edward O’HouUy. Ifs ta naderetoud to be on op-plieoat for a pl*** on the toroa hance his framing for aa lrtxh nom* '  Just la Tim* lot th* Omafl Hwy.  NKW Yhiik. Jnly *.—Th* ship Great Ad- j mica! b now unloadi.ig a cargo of A HOU, Atacrachar* HU* wa* I #4 ■  I dp). OU her voy.'y fun Hong Kong P.evtoua to ber irautn < there wa* * «l* ruled tor oar hi ttrwreokars, do* to th* rraaxit lorn of th* ship Reporter, * hick of Colome firework* I  had a large cargo Robert Gurmaa, th* colored d»* »rkce  iper  at th* * amative *flc • at H «r ugflu.d, Id , ■tao* th* iaaiigarattoa of Gviaraoe Cullom I for bls fliM term, died Munday after nj Uaflortog ii I !.«>*%, of cooHumptioa.  . .. . ......... SfHn    .  .    iii    'finSSMIH    mr*    ir    -  Mi   

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