Alton Daily Telegraph, July 3, 1890

Alton Daily Telegraph

July 03, 1890

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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 3, 1890, Alton, Illinois DAILY TELEGRAPH. VOLUME 20.ALTON, ILL.. THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 8. 18'JO. Ready Mixed Paints I Oils mm hill PAM St. - agents for the- LouU Varnish Co. Fine VARNISHES sad JAPANS. (lunier (Ink Sieves ami Ranges Black Diamond and Asbestus Rooting. Building and Shieling Paper. Force, Lift and Spraying Pumps. New Home and White Sewlug Machines; 130 each. Agents for the Celebrated Metter Fan faros. —FINE LINK OF- I Seethe Best ROAD CART in ihe WorW for *10- 11 JOHNSTON, Hardware and Farm Machinery, Alton, III. IE KNOCK ALL COH'ETITM in Suits Grand Hpecial Bale 3E^d#30L"t SI#    CZ^ 3C3.SI or Made to Order. PEHFECT FIT ARD SATISFACTION GUARAMTI -AT- BRU EGGE IS AN’S Artistic Tailoring and 6enfs Furnishing Goods Emporium, 221 Piasa wtreet. BELIEF NEEDED AT DUNBAR. The Last Day of the Debate the House. in GALLERIES CROWDED WITH PEOPLE, Wk# Landly Applaud Telling Point* Nill* by tho Nponkoro—Tho Vat* on Hep room to 11 VO LmI|«’i Mononro Keo,, I to In ISS for to 14* Arsino! It—Haw Provident Harrison A unlit Do * Good Thing for Idaho and Wyoming. Washi>otow CATT, J aly 8.—The horn* ant promptly at ll o’clock Tu« winy ami resumed the consideration of tho federal tilt lion bill, the landing question tieing an the amendment offered by Tucker of Virginia requiring the Judge of the circuit court (Mandated with the judge of the district) to paw upon application for supervisor* of election. Frank of Missouri •aid that he wan in favor of the bill ho far as its scope was to extend the operation of the supervisory system, bat he opposed iU ■rope so far as it pro|Kia*il to obi sin feller a1 control of elections. He opposed the amendment because be thought it sought to weakeu the present law. The amendment was rejected. Op paned by Springer. Springer of Illinois opposed the amendment, declaring that its purpose was to pack the juries of the conn try with Republican partisans Ii was the culmination of the outrage which was contemplated by the bill. Lkrutelle of Maine declared that in his opening speech tbs gentleman from South Carolina (Hemphill) had preached the old doctrine of uullifl-eation; and he appealed to the young and old in the north to declare that thin sort of thing should coms to an end. Taylor of Tennessee, said that lo his district there was no need for this law. Fraud, intimidation and t>allot box st utHng were unknown there. But he would not withhold relief from his fellow citixrus elsewhere who needed IL A been* of Confusion. The duty of tits bour was for the representative* of the people to invoke by law aud the strong right arm of the federal power and wield it until every man in •▼try city, town, hamlet aud precinct in every state, north, south, east and west, should bs free under the flag. amt protected to the tallest extent in the enjoyment of all his privileges, immunities, and franchises by the constitution guaranteed to every American cit ism. [Re* Tweet; -Due Wilton* anil Heventy Orphans to Care for. Des.hah, Pa, July 8.—The work oI •mot ht-riug or putting out the Are in the Hill Farm mine has ominenced. The mine ran not be flooded, amt an effort is being made to smother the Humes. It ta thought there is only one way in which the property will be of any use again. That is Unshut up the burning portion In walls of brick. By con ll iii ag it in this manner pert of tbs vain which has never been reached will be within reach. The enroller’* inquest over the bodies of th* men brought out of the slope trill begin Monday. It wilt be erne of the most important ever held in this district. It will be the aim of the coroner to try and test the ent ire work from the first. What Is most needed here now is relief for the twenty-ooe widows ami seventy seven orphans of tile victims of the explosion. Money is needed badly, as there is much •uttering.    _____ A Mother's Emotion An Coart. Hr. Is if is, July A -There was s pathetic - HILL JI Political Address to the Hendricks' Club. A Bargain. NEXT ELECTION AN IMPORTANT ONE. In Fart. One of the Moet Im port sot Brev ll rid Is tho atole of Indians -He Claims That Oemoevntle tamale** In Montana H ero Bobtmd of Their Seats and That the Republicans Ar* Preparing a Fraudulent Census. I am aka polis, July t-Governor Hill add re sat* I the Hendricks club Tuesday night There was scarcely standing room In the club room*. He Iwgaa by euugrai Hinting the organisation upon the euocsas fill termination of the unveiling ceremo-nie*> He said that this was an off year from a political stand point N*v*ft belee* the next election would Im one of tbs most SEVEN ROOD BRI K BORSE acone in Judge Kkioe’s branch of the dr Important ever held In toe stab- of lad! eult court Tuesday when the case of John *n* I *r® I**** *HU    Hepu bl leans ob Bertrand against Louis K Bertrand f* j U‘°«i «"nt"*» <* ««»grem aud entered upon an era of partisanship. Anarcl- posaeiMion of Kdith May Bertrand, aged ii year*, wa* decided. The pair were divorced several years ago and the father, who bad again married, has beeu trying to secure possession of the child. The caae has been on trial for a week, and Ute testimony was concluded Monday by Mrs. Bertrand making an appeal to the court not to take the mild from her. The judge Tuesday dei led Hie fat lier pomes dental speaker had assumed th* poorer of the house <*. rrprem-ntatlv •« and w.v* mowing or endeavoring to run that body to suit himself. Bills were passed without a quorum and regarrfkm of law and right, They had refused to adopt rules for fear the minority would thereby be enabled to secure their rights. Time after time Deui-o re's hail lawn unseated simply becau*e (Thick Walls) Largo Cellar* wiili Waler Iii Home In Depot, LOT 00x120. Splendid Neighborhood, Handy at a Sacrifice. to MUST BE SOLD. •im. of the child, and when Mr*. Berimed    (VmncMta    to    make    way    for    Re heard the good new* she fell unconscious, ! pnbiieeaa. .She was carried from the court room her child Mio lier ritli A Kirk todgv of Topper, Hr Paul, July J*.—A ledge of almost pate copper, said to be greater in extent than cither the t’slumct and Hecla in upper Mi higan, or Ana* >>uda in Montana, has I we ii discovered st Kettle Hlwr rapids It is particularly rich. The copper, being dendritic, hi easily mined, while the silver is in detached particles and found witn the copper. The land in that section has lawn occupied aud located many ) ear* as pine lands, and patents received from the government end the liulk of it belongs to a gentleman In this city. The di*cuvnry Is known to but few. Howe na Original Package Joints. Ka* sasClit, Mo., July 3.—Tile citisens A Fraudulent I casas. ainee tb* find of the year two I cretic senators repre-mtiUng the recently admitted stale of Montana, had lawn virtually robbed of their orate. Th* speaker sn..I that tie did u.a believe thai the law a)tiding people of I bk e -unity would sub alit to further outrages of lid* kind ‘I here was only Ode side opoo whieh fbi* class of cittern* could atmid, Governor HUI said that Die R**|sul»lican* wert pf ■ pariog now to sprin { a Iramluient twnsn* on ti e country. Unscrupulous men were at til# heal of his important department I and they in tune employed political heel* t era. It en* especially the Intention of lh* Republicans to dlwrii.tbirte lignins! tile southern states to twitUer their etui*. Governor lllli dis. a*-** I tim tariff ques itoo at gteot I ugiU. lite iVuu Meal-were They simply favored an Dorsey & Mann 310 Belle street. We Announce A Great IR For Prices AND Particulars, See us at The Globe. publican applause.) Howell’s amendment wee agreed to on a vote by tellers, yea* 140, nays 148. Considerable Confusion followed the announcement of the vote. OuthWaite of Ohio, said Out yeas and nays had been demanded. The speaker said the demand was too late. The Democrats all arcae to their feet at the request of Outh Waite to demand the yeas and nays, and the speaker said that if there wa* no objection the yea* and nays would Im ordered. The yeas and nays were called and the amendment was adopted, yea* ISG, nays 144. Npriwger's Motion UsfrslMt Two o'clock having arrived the speaker declared the previous question ordered on the bill aud amendments. Springer moved to lay the bill on the table, bat —yeas 148, my* IMS. The only Republic-! atis who voted to lay uo the table were: Coleman of Louisiana, and I .eh I bach of New Jersey. Th# vote was then taken on Hemphill's amendment relative to the ase of troupe at the polls, and it was re looted, yeas 146. nays ISR Springer chan ge.1 his vote from the affirmative to the negative and moved a reconsideration of the vote. Mr. Rowell moved to lay the motion tm tile table, and it was agreed to, yeas 13d, nays 148. The bill passed the house at 5:15 p. rn , IU to 148. Applause front the Galled**. An unusual crowd witnessed the ( being scenes in the debate on the hill    I. very •eat ta all the galleries, excepted those re served for th* president and the diplomatic corps, was filled and scores of men clos tared about the doorway. During the excitement toward th* end the galleries frequently joined in the applause that greeted telling point* made by those on the Hour. WYOMING AND IDAHO. A Hie* Thing fee “lbs Borning” to Occur on July 4. W aah WOTDX City, July i.—it only needs the autograph of the president to add two new Mate* to the Union, and His proposed that “the borning" shall take place on the Fourth of July. No ■tate wa* ever born ou Independence day, and it woald be a very nice thing for Wyoming aud Idaho to date their state hood from the Fourth of July, bot the president is hardly the man to allow sentiment to interfere with his plan*, and Im ta okmg a desperate effort to get away {ruin Washington and speud the Fourth of July with the rest of the family at Cape May Too He* to Talk Meek. It wa* not expected that the Idaho bill woald go through with so slight appert tto* but the argument* agst na it were the same a* those that already had I-mb applied to (he Wyoming case. aud the weather is not conducive to mach talk log TIM Wyoming MIL which passed lest week, ha* gone back to the bou»* in order to secure it* concurrent in a slight amendment which no one object* to— leaving tits title to so much of the Yellowstone park as Use within the boundary of the ae* stats in the federal government- ami It may nut reach tbs president before he leaves tbs t ty, but there will be no delay in making Idaho a state. Presidential Nominal Ions. WASIM MUTBX ClTT, July I—'The president has sent to the senate th* following nominations: To be general appraisers of merchandise under the pn-vkiooa of en act of congree* approved June IG, ISH*. George C Tfcbenar of the district cd Columbia, G* ll. Sharpe of New York, »    . - .    .    •    .l . t not free traders SS    „    . el Ottawa. Kau,, ars determined that no ,    ^vido-i    of    tit*    pre-cwt extew.iv* J I    original puck    igc house can do busine** hi    ,Hrtg oa t)g    aecn*«arlei of life they    j ■    that town.    Will Deford sown Ie I a (nlo    were opposed    to the collection of war slann aud brought nut am eau a* to mob ta**** in time* of pence, ami tie- neenmn J an engine!    pocksagent. Belord had    I*‘mm of a surplus in lh# treasury for the    ] kerned the    signal agreed upon by Ute    atn puryaw    of Let erin i favorite inter safety committer, mid, using the Method- J e*t* THE REST IN THE WORLD. Anti-Busting Tinware. Tim cli f shit lea of riectrt-rtt.v through th* mer I* nd i • irnr f < ll, to destroy intel,picot, nimal aud vegetable ti e, to tee,- the w tier sweat and a, oiMomr Ever/ Article Bears a Label. 1st church ladt, signaled that the agent J had hauled bi* liquor on rn wagon MMI was hauling it to a rented store. The co ox (nit J We looked for Deiord, but he coaid not bn found. People say no saloons shall bs ran there.__ Gut *< Reach of Poor People. ST. Lints. Ma. July*.—A grasping combine ha* advanced the price of ice here to *1 per ICO and the nabob* absolutely refuse to "ell lese than IO cent* worth under any circumstances This pisces it out of reach of thousand* of poor people, ami I* ■Pie* the price of every other necessity in the keeping of which ice is a factor will go ( up. The price wa* doubled at one *woop, j and may go higher. One of the biggest Le bouses in town caught fire from spontaneous cotnbtt*tiou iu lens than twenty * four hours after the advance and burned down.    ____ Bloody Affair In Georgia. 8 av asm aii, On., July I — Constable Starling, Justice of tbs lVaoe Cherie* Cowart aod Tom Mc Kelt ben (the latter colored> went to the bouse of a depends negro—Jim Wadley—near Millwood Monday to serve a warrant of arrest fur the theft of a rifle from McKeithen. Wadley fired upon the j Wirt y, killing Mr starling ami wounding Mr. Cowart, probably fa t*Uy. McKeithen fired beth barrels of hi* shot gun luto Wadley, and also shot bim with Mr Cowart's rills Wadley I* dying. McKeithen is at liberty. Had a PreMonltkon et Beeth. lh mw IL LR, Pa., July A—Lawk T. Hel-kr. the Mending engineer who wa* killed in the wreck at Tuckerton, had a et range premonition of bl* fate. The day I*,fore the accident Heller asid to several friends that lie felt be should be killed on hie train b furs long When leering home to take hi* traiu un the d >y of the disaster be hunted up and said good bye to many of hi* friend*, telling them that be did not expect to then again. I hi* feeling continued up to the time of the catastrophe when he lust bl* life. A Triumph far Pasteur’* Method. MIW Yowl July h-A longshoreman of Jersey City who wa* bitten in tbs left hand by a dog last Sunday was admitted Tuws'ay to tbs Pasteur institute. One put bat wa* db-barged. He was from Ontario aud ha* iowa eadec treatment a stern days. The man was MUM thirty-Brr day- below he -darted for this city Three days after id* arrival he alto wed alarming symptom-, and f-» two days he wa* d«lirioos After the fifth Inoculation , hr tog tu to improve, and Tuesday bs was cared. _ Oppnsrd to Mal*) Ball P lay toils! 11't MI sit, Mick., Ju.y I.—An in-ilgaa-ttun meeting was beld at the Swedish Methndbt church to protest against San-day Imre toll playing. Klaa clergymen and l.S»! laymen were present niittee of nine, with Net! la raver of Tariff Hr The Democratic par y was tu favt»rof legislation for the many The *|*>*krr read a few extract* from a speech winch to delivered in Altony. N. Y , and in which hr (ireland him.-TI heartily la favor of tariff reform Ile wa* glad to to abb to n il crate theme reoil mr ut* aud to know that on this quest ion the party had made Bn (bauge af to***. The I * ■ timer at ic party's stead on the tariff could not hat commend its- if to the people. Governor Hill** apl  *"* receive*! w ith much enthusiasm arri ofter hr had taken his seat there wa-e loud calls tor {Senator McDonald. wfap responded iiricfiy, aaying that it was of th* ntmort importance that th* Democrat* should recur* a victory tbb fall, sod to t«*>k It for grant «d that lf they did they w -ald not ail »w the pre-rut iocu rn Vat to * linseed himself. Hr 1 dwelt at great length upon the election 1 frauds of 1874 aud IWM, and referred lo the Dudley kiter. WILL FIOMT THE BENNETT LAW. bidi givee to r«-*h purchaser an a solute guarantee against met    .    _ . I Tt» • ware l«*ae ago erased to be sn exi rrlnwiit; I right year* of severe test In all elf mn* es bas pr ven thai lf is posltlvelyr A ATI Kl si NG. Art]ole* In u— six years are apparently as r (a1 as new    * For Hilo by nils k null SOUK AGENTS. A. J. HOWELL DEALER IN Arthra mf tis* af t hr W«se<MMta Mg aod t.ulhrraa Cknrrb. OaliK<mu, Wk, July A—The Wlaei»n*iii ay aod of the Lutheran church, which met at Watertown recently, mad* provision to rai*e money for Aghtiag the Brunet! law, Tlie I tov Christopher Dowidat. pee- . tor of th* I tar HUUS I ait bema Bvangel-cal Grace church, on NcUmIl> st roe t. is t eras urvr of this synod, lls state* that the sy aes I urn-1* it the duty of every cong reg* tloti to toke up a s|a*cial e.din*lion some time during the summer far th* purpose of fighting th* Benortt tow This atake- , turn eau to token at any time convenient ' to the congregation, and the money is to be sent to the -yinrial treasury How th* Money Will Br Used. The money will be used by th* Lot berun •dale campaign committee few printing and dktrihuttnr antl-Bmnett law liter*. \ lure. and for other > ampatgn exj-enres. : and, If the -penal colleeii<*as do sot fop nigh enough, money wilt be token frotn th* general synodal treasury. “Wa will < spend all lh# money we need la the fight,” said Mr. Dowidat, lf we ars obliged to borrow IL" this ooBectloa is entirely voluntary, but H was made the duty of eaeh pastor to urge tbs people to eaatrik ut* liberally. proas) I santa Besaeernta. SCHA STO* , lh, July k—Tbs Ikmo-cratic state coo vet! lion was railed to order by Chairinaa Kistler at 10:3» Wednes day tiioraing. After the usual prrinni-aary bttslors* a na*** wna takevi. Upon mr—rmbling el Ihstt»m.#ter llarvity was •Inted permanent tba.rmaa sad the folios lag eandidatea lur governor were pl,•,-ltn nomiesio*»i: fkttkne, WrighL \t al.ace, Black and Ii-n-*l Kl^tori roof IHwtuaua wa* nominated na i lot. CARPETS, CCRTAINV, CLOTHS, RIJOS, Ac. OIL Our Prioea WILL BK FOUND LOWER- CansiJering Qualities and Styles- Than ia goy otto r bouse in Alton. In coaaequencc of lh* DUK AT EXTENT of our KALK1* we ara enabtod to do Business on a VKR\ CLONK .tiARI*IN aod it is a recognised fact dial we Uaudle by far L ARO GII (jUYNTITIES OF GOODS THAN ANY DTHKR IIOUSK IN THE CITY. I — ii c i J.araa* A Jewell of New l urk Chark* H. oddrew .4 wrU-uuc. Ttog*»K r*I spok* SUm «f illinois, Jpeeph Ii. Wilkinson Jr. at l- u tib«u ai tomisuna. I »uis R WalUra of Penn- w»un^ig both th* drpMdtfft ami t he ssrw of Louisians. Ixmi* Sylvania, to he assirtant treasurer (rf th* United State* at PhUadelphk Bloody kneonstov with Mooashlasr*. Fl» mi v(,st)i KU. Ky , July I.—Conflictimi ■ap->rts of a oioodf tx (ween revenue men and moonshiner* in Rowan county have been coining In Ai! rv|*->rts agree ta ooe particular, namely, that three men are killed, without giving names or the rides to which they laloogt'!. There ha* been an intense feeling against revenue men since the last raid ail weeks ago, and the government force likely ha* bean lad toto an ambuaceda  On n-ev F Bls- k was nominated for A com- ! governor na UN Ural Ira I lot. Gilehre4 an ' chairman, w- a appointed to    the    MUaals    ipirl    |Tirih*ttt»na»si*- law Ko petitions wit! be drawn ap, bal • Jat kvox, Mm#., Jug I.--Th* atom MW so apfieal to the law will he i*a*l# at -me*, bihit-on convention Bist bere and de-. Twelve (rf the Protestant cburchre of th* mnU>\r<i to.a lh* f-wtkcomlng-onatitu cit) ore bucking tk* atovemcnV    I    ti--Bai con veal UNB ref se to -smiinu* th* —■— ,u——**"    exisimce    of tb« mo •ninth# stat*. B Brn-aiM eg TW#* Biti*.    vxpr,    It#    OpI-wllUlO to gutubllng. Sgw Yung, July a -Grand Army ama of Kings county held a largely s'ten-led    Maine knit a trots.    ( reunion at Bi Ucwoud park Br.s*kly«. at    AW vt A M.%. July S.- Th# MO* Dam- — bich Maj Lea Henry W Hlocuiu mad# cereus cm*, mmn be*    1 Tlwgepvrxl sp-kt    ^ -BL»*tl P. Tk-nipeon, of Bel- Birt, for g wem-ie.    __ J    pwbraeed    by la* (ream. Ngw Yuk*. July 1-Over ality caam of poisoning rto'tited in tiiia city from eating lea cream bought of IHatrkk Brinkman of 1274 Tnir S at-line, he and hi* family tieing ain- im thus* | rartrated. AB will rec-.vef. ll.,- ■> rn ft-rn. are tho## of me-tsliic pcLoni ig It i* believed that a Ow-eau bm en-i l*7«d by Brink inivn mixed polsono-i• tu (tier witu the cream. He Wk* arre-i*: 4 The Ii.rat r-.urm Klig. wk lek sailed from Ie4 us- to Tow* and fn-in the latter pL.o- I- Ad—ny Wert Ausiratob ha« n-u;prated the tong voyage in safety. I am bow recdviag a Un»e ffmi tmrie I • trick of Clothy, lo bU the prevailing shade*, for Hj»riiii( Huiu, whicY I am prepared to mike up la th* Most Fasliionable. . Stvlos, OU ARANTE KINO ears A Perfect Fit Reasonable Rates Complete and Satisfaction. H. C. G. Moritz. 112 Third st ice p*ti»mn bills and b l ling that lh* government should call a hall lo Its pr-rfus# expenditure in that lins. Ilk remarks were greeted with applause. Brewing Hut ta Maw Yatk. NKW Yokx. July 3 - July came in witk feverish breath It wa* a day of muck suffering all over th# city. At wen on the street it w es '.-A A large nutntor of pr-sw (ratIMI. by ,1m bart were rejciried by tbs polka, lo 'be evening the tem,* !alure toil, a anoli ag '-ranee sprang up. aud the tauement district# sapeciaBy got muck relief Pm en: / ;