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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 7, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 VOLUME 20.  ALTON, ILL., MONDAY EVENING, .JULY 7. 1800.  NO 8‘iK.  BHI  AITI'IIV fills KIK   v  %- •• ' * '• ' «■»*•* ‘ -v •- ,  CASORIA  One-Third of Them Do Not Desire Re-Election.  for Infants md Children.  • (sstorts la so well adapted toehfldwi (Rat I Cartorla mn flrtW*. Ooartlpetlon,  r recommend ii ss superior loony pr.*cnptiuo I Boar Stoma.-:,. Bist .-tuna, Bru«tau<m,  bm I. me • IL A amb, M I) , I    «**•    ^P.    «“* promote# «U-  111 Bt> Oilort BL Brooklyn, lf. Y. | Without mjnrioas tutti Ire lira  Tm Ctorrira Co»m, 77 Murray Street, N T.  Ready Mixed Paints I Oils  -AGENTS FOR THESE Louis Varnish Co. Fine VARNISHES and JAPANS.  Charter Oak Steves mw Ranges  Black Diamond and Asbestos Roofing. Building and Sheeting Paper. Force, Lift and Spraying Pumps. New Home and White Sewiug Machines; WO each. Agents for the  Soul** Talk of Making Him William Henry  •toil b's Sttc«*« -.»<»* la the Iii it ink Kuna* of C'MHw m. A Trim* h Vl«w at th. McKinley Tai T Ii ii—A Ne spanish Cabinet I'ormtnl 'Jilter FotI’tgn New* Nut*, ut I ti Ie rent.  I to Ms'N’, July 7.—'The apathy displayed by th* Tone* in parliament i* explained by the leaders of th** party im tine to the fact that nearly one third of them have no intention of so-king re election, and are, then*fore, indlfT-reRt to the needs of the party or the wiehe* of their cornu it lieut*. Thin Ie particularly true of many of the younger members, who, now that the novelty of their poeition baa worn off, have bonnie restive under the party laeh, ami fitnl it irkaome to apply the mn* I vee to the dry routine of politic*.  The lect lr* merit of bakli.  The retirement of Mr. William Henry Smith from the government leadership in the bourne of cont moue, and hi* elevation to the peerage, are no longer matter, of .peculation ami conjecture. It ie announced that the change will be made within a very short time, Mr. Smith assuming the title of Lord Walton. The question of the *uc<vision to the leadership In the house is .till debatable, lf l#»rd Halla-Imry ran have hi. own way In the matter, Mr. Ila!four will lie assigned to the responsible plait ion, hut there are of here whose inb-rests must tie consulted In the interest of harmony on the government flenches, which is especially desirable, not to say absolutely essential, just now, and the distinction may fall upon other •boulders.  Celebrated Metter Fan Haws..  FRENCH VIEW OF M’KINLEVS BILL.  FINE LINE OF  Carns. Bames ai Spa Wagons  See the Bert HOAD CA UT in the World for $10.  I a JOHNSTON, MHR Ct  Hardware and Farm Machinery, Alton, III.  , A . aggest lim fur Reciprocal Concessions Before Talk of Reprisal.  Paris, July 7.—The Temps editorially | discusses the t.HfT bill now pending In [ the United States congress. The paper I says: “Prom the French point of view the bill ie deplorable It threatens profound disturbance of our trade with the United ! States, whiih amount, every year to an I exchange of t>o,(XXt,(XX) franc, of our I products for ‘if* >,OOO,Od) franca of theirs. I It is evident, therefore, that great Inter-! rata are at stake. I. it not possible, by i consenting to rescind the prohibition on > the iin|iortatlon of American pork, to ) come bi some arrangement f before talk* I ing of reprisals, which there Is always time for, would ll not lie lietter to attempt to bring sisiut some agreement between the two republica?”  WE HOCK  ALL COMPETITION.  Ora lid Special Sal© iii  Snits or Paditfilooiis  Made to Order.  PERFECT FIT AND SATISFACTION GDARANTEED  The (Socialists Will Contest s Heat.  London, July 7,—The death of Mr, William Crawford, Lib**ral M. I*, for Middle Durham, has afforded the Socialists the op port unity they have .ought for some time past to test their political strength la that locality. Within the last year the Socialists have made rapid advances among the Durham miners, aud they have now resolved to run a candidate of their own, with tho chances greatly in farm* of his election.  AT—  •pain’* Sew Cabinet.  I Madrid, July 7,—A new cabinet has been formed and is composed as follows:  ; Prime minister, Svuor Caneva del Castillo;  1 minister of foreign affairs. Duke of Te-tuan; minister of finance, Senor Cungayon; minister of the Interior, Senor Sill els;  I minister of just ice, Senor VUU verde; minister of com. >1.to#, Senor Lase; minister of war. lieu A/.carraga; minister of marine, Admiral lierenger; minister of th# colonies, Senor Fnbro.  BRU EGGE MAN’S  Artistic Tailoring and Gent’s Furnishing 6oods Emporium,  221 Plan street.  I rn me»*Hy popnla r  > !»»■■»* ^  iinmunsriT rvr«— —-----    ,  strict 11 flmtwlass, fully warragl •UU only medium Ut prioa.  Are the Wit in the werld, Md hare led all ether* far yearn. Over 184i,OtO In ■ie. The people ere bound to have the l»e»t, and will have none bat the Lstey.  Oar prices are the lowest and terms either time payments ar cash* as eas-temera prefer.  Call and see at, ar send far Cata  logues Md fail lulur ut alien.  Mr. lls* Ill's New I’ijar.  LONDOS, July 7.—Mr. Mi* had Davit*'* new paper, The Weekly Inlier World, will shortly make it* appearance. It is an nounced that the first uutulier will con tain extracts from the diary of the forger and perjurer Pigott which werasuppresaao during ti»e trial Iwfore the Parnell com mission ami fresh and start ling revels lions touching the methods of The Time* in ita pursuit of evidence against tbs Irish party.    __  Were Only Mudylng “Chemistry."  Paris, July 7.—-The trial of Nihilists ar rested In this city sots** time ago was o J trued Friday. Tin- prisoner* main mined that they wee* solely engaged in the study of chemistry, an I that they were th# victims of an agent provocateur, who has uoa disappeared  I aln*' l.oea Mack ie Gladsome.  London, June 7 -Mr W. ti Uaiue lias written a inter t<* («l.ulsu*ut! saying that he has it turtled to the Clin* Laton* party and is prepared to accept home rule in principle, while Mill reserving freedom with regard to details  A (tother Advene* I# Wages.  I tov bo*. July I—Tim wage* of tba Nofthumi* 'land ruiners have again been advanced - , lier cwt . making a total increase of Al jut cent. conceded within th# past few month*.  ESTEY & CAMP,  233 Slate Street, Chicago.  Wrist. Louis House, OIG A OIB Olive St.  Mention Dos Paper  ijijii; , fell I  mf * fiSlUa  «r J   §  as  AFTER A BAD GANO.  WHA  BALFOUR FOR GOVERNMENT LEADER.  A Party Starts from Spokane Palls to Capture a Hand of Horse Thieves.  Pros a nr Fall*, Wash., July 7,—A po * of armed cattle men and detect ive*, with Deputy United Stats** Marshal Joe  W atren lo command, left Spokane to endeavor to capture a gong of liojge thieves who have stolen no lea* than V*J horse*. With tho detective party ar.* trained lowboy*, familiar with the country, expert shot*, an i courageous mon. Titer** .aru sup Mmw i to Im al*>ut sixteen d KiK-rate mea iii charge of the stolen h r*** Po capture •ooh « g.utg is a iitffi ult iH-k, and a battle with rifle* la probable, The horses were stolen on Saturday and Sunday night* in widely diverging portions of Washington att I Id .ho, showing that a number of men were involved The pursuing I arty will go toward the British line through the Flathead indian country. This immense round tip of horses by an escaped hand of outlaws is one of the most daring sud astonishing raids ever mode in tile north west.  ira  I a  Horrible Treatment of a Boy in Rhode Island  A Bargain  ' CONFINED FOR THIRTY-TWO DAY8  Tike’* I'esk Illuminated.  Cou uADo 8cmno.*, Cola, July 7.—Ona of lite most novel exhibitions ever devised for celebrating the Fourth of July wan put in execution Friday evening The origin vt or of the idea is George W Alleman, of Camden, N. J. Two barrels of kero-rn ne an I one of red fire were token up the summit of Iflke’s IV ck, together with a large supply of rocket* aud other Artwork*. At 8: Ut! a boud ti re wa* built of oil and lewder and the peak was brilliantly I laminated. The mountain hod all the appearance of an enormous volcano vomiting forth an immense column of fire while rocket* were shooting in all directions, adding to lite effect. The illumination could be -ssii for IUD rn I It* in all directions when not cut off by clouds.  Should Have Kept Hi* Mouth Shut.  Fort Smith, Ark.. July 7.—Mack  Smith's foolish too -ae send* him to the Detroit penitentiary bur tour years. In tile federal court lie was arraigned on a charge of introducing and selling liquor in the Indian territory. He made a nice bilk to she judge and succeeded in creating th# impression that he was a light offender In tlii- el.oui of crime, and was sentenced to forty d lys In jail. Du his way back to j iii Fmith boosted to the guard of his good fortune, saying he bael been In tit# whisky pi ddling buri ta#* for ten fears and anticipated going to the “pen." The coart was inform***! of his remarks ami art aid de the sentence of Thursday, and gave Lim four years at D droit, Mich.  Ohio I alow I. that t icket.  Coir MRP.*, Ohio, July 7.—The Union Labor party of Ohio held a convention In n* Friday and nominated a state ticket. About !<*> dele..at«** were present. II F. Dixon of Kau«nx, a Farmer Allien*** lecturer, described the work iii the west, pro phased th# election to the governorship of Kansas of the president of the si Hance, and the election to congress by the alliance of several of the congressmen of the state. The following ticket w as nominated: .-* cn-tary of date, K/.ckiel T. C urtis, Farmington, Trumbull county; judge of supreme court. William Baker. Newark; clerk, Joseph W Leavitt, Columbus; ne*rn lier of board of public works, Eli Rnuh, Wood county.  The Name Old Swindle.  Braver Falls, lbs., July 7.—-Joseph Bhannou, a wealthy farmer, aged t$ years, was swindled oat of IM*,(IOO by two khar(**r* Tile game played was the timeworn one with cants. A man named Bar per and his eon federal# induced Shannon to pick out a card and then told him be had won 10,000, but before this money could be paid over he must produce that amount to prove that be could have paid had lie lost Shannon went to th# i<*uk. drew the mousy and returned wrlth it. The sharpers then took the coati from him and skipped out.  Indeflultely postponed.  Wamiisotux C ity, July T.—Th# promised meeting of the Republican members of th# senate Altaite# com rn I tie# to discuss proposed amendment# to the tariff WH,  I tun been postponed indefinitely, Morrill aud Aldrich have gone over the bill and they will suggest some unimportant change* in phraseology, but the more important matters, such as the reciprocity amendment of Hale will not be token up until the bill is up tor discussion In th# sc nato.  II sn I sn liefest# H (Mimer.  MUH S Cm. Iowa, July 7 -Edward ll sn Un defeated George Ila mer by half a length in a I hrvSvnule shell race on Ute  Big Sioux river Friday afternoon for a purse of PriU, of which th** winner got tao* Both men were in good trim, Man Un weighing ITF pounds, and Hosmer 143. At th** start Hosmer lead and kept it for nearly a mile, w hen Banian shot ahead aiel kept It to the finish. Over 4,MIO jsjo-pt# wee* present. •  TR* lf ase b’s Preseal ta Stanley *s Girl. Lindon, July 7.—The queen has presented to Mi*- Dorothy Tmnant, who fat to marry Stanley, with rn miniature likeness  of lier majesty, together with a lock of her hair.    _    __  It. m I abouts Want More Money.  hr Lit .a, Jttiy T. —The strike fever bae reached the river men, and the roustabout# employed <*n tis- Mi—i-Sippi river boat# have mode a demand tor IRO n  mouth. This request it considered extortionate, and owner* af st * am boats say un der no circumstance* wilt it ii# granted. Nearly *H the riven raft leaving bere have had but half trows.  Grail* af Cat. Harris.  Cincinnati, July 7,—Oui. L A Ham* died Saturday morning He was a mem fag of the hoard cd managers of net upon) soldier*.’* homes. Ile nerved with di-tin* tip,, during the war of the rolellion; is an eg mayor of Clar must I, and aas at one time mrfieetar of internal revenue of this district. Hi- ailment wa* chronic but not considered it tanning He had prepared to leave tor Kennebunk, Mo, for recupHr-  sttou.  ______ ,  Hearty DeeapHairg by a Canaan.  Ithaca, N. ¥., July I—Alma* Mi leo*, aged Ai. was killed at Danby, fbi- < ouuty, by the prentaturo *lt** barge at a « simon. the Wrap.of reis*ttnded at*»l m-arly drcspi tsted him William Nill.nm. of tbi* city, had bbl re hi hand torn off at Kl rn ira by a caution 1 ro* her, which exploded br lure hr had lime lo throw it away.  Died af HD Injuries.  Heading. Pa-. July • -George Heller died et the Ib-ading hospital fro* injuries received in the wreck (rf ail express ti aln at Tuckerton l*a , twelve days ago Ut- wa* the fireman (rf the express train He wa* 43 yea r« of age The engineer of the train, lamia F. Heller, th*- A re num's brother, lost bis life iii the occident.  Par the Mast Pupulse G. A. It. Mea.  lR,*ro*i, July 7.- -Th** (ilohe offer* a sword, ftirut»hed bf I iffattj A Ca, and •sating I•,»**. a* a gift Ut the moat popular Oread Army men la the country. A ny b - iv limy vote aa the * upon* printed la The ti Iota*. 1*11# veiling ionraa Hatur day and will 1 .aittans nut.I about the mid 4k af Aug art.  la a Dark Dungeon sod Eat *»a Bread ■■rf Vt afer Ta tee a Day—Tbs Hay Plaal-ly lit-Jes-c.l Wiles the (tutrix!* Thought  He Would Hat I. vc Iii* Mother Re flex ii l*cr«i»l-< >« to Ne,* Hun st Pirst,  Puoyidkn'.'k, H. I, July 7 Charley McCarthy, a I el of 1} years, is lying at the point of d *a;h la th * Rhode (stand hospital, at thi* plan. Medical examiner John A. O'Keefe, who ha* att, uded him, believes bb coo lit iou is d ie to brutal ti at Hunt receive I at the state inform school at BockanoNset. Charley and another boy of hi* age were arrested a year •go last Janaary, for stealing A pot of baked tic on*, worth 15 cents, from a grocer's wagon, anil were committed to che reform school, there to rotnatu tin! I they should I** of a-je AlMUt s'X week- after he im*! I*eet» m*M tnvre Le es.*at|a* I ami returned hun He was a free boy until last K*p i-niti r, when he was roarrifstod and sent back.  ti hat the "Mweat Ho*" la  They put him In the “sweat box" when they got him back. He wa# a strong, healthy boy then, and had nev. r I>eeti»l**k a *1 ty. He weighed 137 pou ids. The “sweat box" is the nun • the boys have for a dark cell. No light can get in except through a half inch crock under the dour, and the only furniture in the place wa* a slop bucket. The lad wa* kept Military in this dark hole for tidriy-lw > dnj* on bread and water, which he got twice a day. When the mother called t*> see him ■Le was rein-od. bat she *.airily g<*t per mission t ti roo git ex day *r ii ardri secured HI* He I ease.  The mother hardly knew the l*oy when ■die saw bim. IF* I aik# I like a wild Iteast Mile went to the In .ani of Hate charities and trie J to hav.* hi,ii released, fait WH* unsorc.-asftil Finally, fcowerer, he wa relcnse I by tjto »nj * rintetnleot, after hts Comiition hod tan >ui * so Lad hat it wa-, feared he woo'<i die, D \ O'Keefe, tmedlcai examiner, ie Ini o *y.ojv»tliy for the unfortunate Sa I. ■: id bls tamily. He attribute* bl* condo ion to the Ii»/'« Iwing k* pl for thirty-two *l*iy * la a celt without Ii tit, and with scarcely any fond ami no ■'c dilation.  (Thick Walls) with Water in House l-arge Cellar.    ”  LOT 00x100-  ,J"  8 P ,e " < * ld  Neighborhood, Handy to Depot, at a Sacrifice.  MUST BE SOLD.  Dorsey &d Mann  310 Belle street.  THE BEST IN THE WOULD.  Im a Had -I,a|>r.  Prrmtrua, Pa., July 7 —The Pitulmrg  Sat it- rial Lentil • (tub iv in la! ahape. The 1 eam left Tri my evening to p >y ta Brooklyn the game *•« he*iul,*l I->r here Saturday. Toe club i* L-Uiud nome mouths in It* rout for the gratin-!*. About ll,4»*>» wa* due July I. The D -uny c-rfato, owner* of Haenaliatt [<ark, have giv-n until Sd Imlay boob I«»r payment un*l wi I then levy on the equipments of the park. The club expected to |*#f with Friday'* n*eipts, but they ware aimed ie thing, and Friday Bight Mr Nbuick said tie saw no hope for th* grounds lie;ag -u'ed, and then Hie club Won 11 Bever play her* again.  Anti-Rusting Tinware.  The clrculatloB of electricity throagti the water tends to purify it, to destroy tnlcroeropical, animal and vegetable life, to keep the water aweel and  wi-ot monte.  Every Article Bears a LabeL  a tileti gives to each purchaser an a solute gtmran-‘ rn 1    "  tee against nut  This war*- Ions ago ceased to ta- an experiment; eight y*ar* of severe test Iii all climate* has proven that lf is positively ANTI Kl *riM*.  Article# in tree a’s years are apparently ax good as new.  For Sale by  lie swindled Hts tm pie* na.  Ni:w York, July T.-Ini^et :r Byrnes hee received e dispatch (rom IVuver, (’(do., announcing tit * arrau In tint city of Benjamin S IL-nn* *t, wanted lit Chia city for forgery. Bannet; wa* iorwer y the Imok keeper sud con tide,, tint clerk (rf Wil ism K. llsmuiond, a manufacturer of brick* at IKM West Thirtieth street. Tit# amount of hi* alie t# I forgery is about Id,(UU. During th*- tailer part of May he wk given a vacation by his 1 rn player ami throe days after iii- depart iii* the forgtrte* aero dl*iovered. When Bennett left he was a* comp oiled by Bal-tie Btedfieid, a dime museum whistler.  PUTS & HULL  Killed bys Holt of I (ginning.  Coli URIA, 8. GU July 7.— A remarkable freak (rf lightning wa* observed near Martin'* Burnt, Berkeley county. A negro wonton was rilling in her boose with her I year (ted ch-Id in her lap. Her ho-band was standing on the nj posit# side of the room. A thumb r »toru> wa* In progress, sad a stroke of lightning descended upon the house. The chil i wa* (askantly killed, the father severely, perhaps fatally, injured, while the mother wa* not even shocked. The same b it of lightning Killed a work luau i a Ibid near by.  SOLE AGENTS.  A. J. HOWELL  DEALER IN  CARPETS, CURTAINS, OIL CLOTHS, RUGS, Ac.  Our Prices  A Tf«-Vt*r Seat* nee K*|a»l ta Ii* alit.  JirtKXaiv ('ITT, Mo., July 7.- Henry I Butler, a negro, who was serving a life j sentence in the {lebitentiary, wat the recipient of a pardon from the governor Friday on account of hi* exemplary behavior a* a prisoner, lf# ha* bree In tbs penitentiary a little over fifteen year*, and upon investigation the raiher start ling foe! was developed that in lite sixty year* of the prison'* existed s no convict ever lived out so long a sentence. It I* a rare tbiug to find a convex who bo* lived even ten years in tbs Mi'- un p -aitentiary.  WILL BE FOUND  LOWER-Cansidering Qualities and Styles-  Mock Modesty Gone ta Seed.  Dx I uoiT, July 7 - Detroit’* mmieam of art ba* »otc*l to make itself a to um-ii ut of ittauiatato freak* riot of regard to a sinai! minority of prop'.# a to do not know the signifl* si".* trf “ll ail soh qui mal y pense,’’ the d live to! * have detided to clothe th nu Ie st.cu •*, an i the gods and gisbL -is wiii hereof’er Ie draped la clothing that iii rn ike bliishvs unnecessary to tile prude*, i.vcrytasly is laughing at the fan ta-tic show.  Than in any other Louie in Alton. In eooeeqattice of th* GREAT EXTENT of our KALES we are enabled Lo do Busine** on a VERY CLOSE MARGIN nod ii to a recognized fact that we bandle by far  LARGER (QUANTITIES OF GOODS  TUAN ANr*OTIIER HOUKE IN THE CIT*.  SPRING SLIIS.  Sa YO.I Ike ll angili it* a rfuk  New Your, July I,—John Lula, 40 >ears old, af ti « baton -ire* , a Ii mg iriaa, had a quarr.d Friday rn*truing a Uh hts wife M iry. ag-- * -Ii year*, at their roei-deiu«* in regard to their a month* old i daughter Emily. IdUa drew a revolver ami shot bbl aile, inflicting probably fa* tai wound# Ile then luru**I the wcanaa <>n himself an I nut two bu Beta iu hi* left bi east, killing Ii mseif iastaotly  I arn now recciriog a I ar ^e and varied stock of Cloths, in all the prevailing shades, for Spring Suita, whieU I am prepared to make up in the  Most Fasbionablei Stvles,  GUARANTEEING  I atoll) shot H LU*- t #l«fcn*M*|-Kdrwami Cipo?, Ohio, July ?.« Robert Thompson, a yar*I brakeman of the lake Sh* r, sud Michigan, Houthcrn railrcad wa# tats ll) shot Fuds) morning by J.’ha C Coatelio, who ambient ally emptied the •ontoala of a shotgun Into Tim upeou • bowels They were eeiebrsting the I earth  B»r»urn'* SOIK Birthday,  Bt: ta 11' -ut, Cuau , J aly I. ll rn. P. T. Bora mu celebrate*! hi* Not ii birth-lay Hat BDiay by gtving an eight-colirsr tiinner  and n-cepti in t*> hie employ*-*, and their famibe* at Deusid* park. AD,oat til) |iar-  tsok rf Die lipread UU*! fie* / showered aaagrat aint lea# nj <a the vet * ran show  ta a ii.    _ __  ___  _______  I tea 4 a»u#ltt< • st H**btagt«a ( tty.  Vt a«ii:ani <s t in, Jal) 7 - Mary Van Al*’lite. 5 year* old. war Friday burned to death by to r fires* catchiag (ire (rum mateue* and t'uarlea iorfghter had beth eye# blown out by powder.  a t ri|»* title Bort «f Kstrryriw.  NKW Your. July I.- D, O. .Mills the beaker, left this city for California oa Wcdtu-xiny fur the purl# se of preparing fur tic* erect nm in Baa Franc two af a (lupin ate of the I * tit-ais Mill* but (diag aa Wall *'iwl Ile will . in, I.>y a Chicago architect to pr< pare lite • e-igus foe the etturture. which. wH«**i eaatp tried, will he th« finest iHiibling on t # Pe*- fie coost.  A Perfect Fit,  Reasonable Rates and  Complete Satisfaction.  H.C. G. Moritz. 112 Third st.  Th* Norte heartier* Arfjwwre.  Dr ria »T, Mich, July 7,- lh# National Music I **arfaers’asY ditim has ele< t«d J. Ii Haha, of Detr-n. p.setdrut, and aelevt-Mimw >(*4h fur lh# next plats* of meet lag Friday’* owed a* aud tart night's oooorritsjBipiaiefi the work of tho con von   r   _#aurs«isee   MlvsitUeM lo to«it>r»s*s. Stoat  utTriT raxa w.esaesar m ROTH RMt, Rsr—eywtoa.  i MaenMta. WfWe . III. ITM* hoses a 1  . to*  Fgrtfiayri[MdAtifcmumm'_____.    .....ALu .........  SAU    I -Aa** a   

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