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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 7, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                DAILY MOKDAY JULY for Infants and I cures I Bonr I I dl uriotu Ready Mixed Paints 1 Oils AGENTS FOE THE Louis Varnish Fine VARNISHES and Black Diamond and Asbestos Building and Sheet ing Lift and Spraying New Home and White Sewing Machines Agents for the FINE LINE OF OneThird of Them Do Not Desire BACFOUR FOR GOVERNMENT Some Talk of Making Him Wlllinui Henry Sililtlis llrltllh llouno of rioucli VIBW Of tho MnKhlloy TnKIT Ciililnat Notes if Seethe Best HO At CART ln the World for Hardware and Tarm III Grand Special Sale ixi Suits oar Made to PERFECT FIT AKD SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Artistic Tailoring and Gents Furnishing Goods 221 Piasa I Are Immensely popular because they fully and BUUoWinedJuin in MB the Over In The people are bound lynre tne and will nove uono but Ino Our pricey tlio aud terms either time fraymeuW or as ous or senfl tor Coto Md full 233 State 818 Olive Mention Paper July apathy displayed by the Tories In parliament Is explained hy the of tlio party as due to the fact that nearly onethird of them have no Intention of seeking re and indifferent of the party or the wishes of their This Is particularly true of many of the younger now that tho novelty of their position has worn have become restive under the party and n nd It irksome to apply themselves to the dry routine of Tho llotlremont of The retirement of William Henry Smith from the government leadership in the house of and his elevation to the are no longer matters of speculation and is an nounced that the change will mode within a very short Smith assum ing the title of Lord The ques tion of the succession to the leadership in the house is still If Lord Salis bury can have his own way in the JQal be assigned to the responsible but there are others interests must be consulted in the interest of harmony on the government which is especially not to say absolutely just and tho distinction fall upon other FRENCH VIEW OF MKINLEYS Suggestionfor Reciprocal Concessions Before Talk of July Temps editorially discusses tho tariff bill now pending in the United States Tho paper says From the French point of view the bill is It threatens profound disturbance of our trade with the United which amounts every year to an exchange of francs of our products for francs of It is that great inter ests are at Is it not by consenting to rescind the prohibition on the importation of American to come to some arrangement Before talk ing of which there is always time would it not be better to attempt to bring about some agreement between the two republics The Socialists Will Contest a July death of Will iam Liberal for Mid dle has afforded the Socialists the opportunity they have sought for some time post to test their po litical strength in that Within the lost year tlio Socialists have made rapid advances among the Durham miur aud they have now resolved to run a candidate of their with tho chances greatly in favor of his Spains New July new cabinet has been formed and is composed as follows Prime Senor Canovo del Castillo minister of foreign Duke of Te tuan minister of Senor Cosgayon minister of tho Senor Silvela minister of Senor Villaverde min ister of Senor Isasa minister of Aucarraga minister of ma Admiral Berenger minister of the Senor Mi DuvlttB New July Mlohael Davitts now The Weekly Labor will shortly make its It is an nounced that the first number will con tain extracts from the diary of the forger and perjurer Plgott which wero suppressed during the trial before the Parnell com mission and fresh and startling revela tions touching the methods of The Times in its pursuit of evidence against the Irish Were Only Studying July trial of Nihilists ar rested in this city sputa time was opened The prisoners main tained that they were soluly engaged in the study of and that they wore the victims of an agent who has now Calno Uoca lluok to June Culue has written a lot tor to Gladstone saying that be has roluruod to the Gladstone party and Is prepared to accept home rule in While still reserving freedom with regard to AnoUiur Advance In July wages tho Northumberland miners have again boon advanced 1 per making a total in crease of BO per conceded within the past few The Quoenn Prompt to Stanleys July queen has present ed to Miss Dorothy who is to marry with a miniature likeness of her together with a look of her Death of July died Saturday Ho was a mom bor of the board of managers of national Boldiorss lie served with dlatinc tlou during tho war of the rebellion hi an ex mayor of aud was lit one time collector of Internal revenue uf thin Ills ailment wan ohronlo hut not considered He had prepared to leave for for rooupur by u July aged wan klllod at this by the promuturu dhtohargo of a the rebounded aud nearly decapi tated William of this bad right hand torn off at Klmlra hy a cannon which oxplodfld lore liu had time to throw It Ffttllilj AVIillu NaitWAfcK OhiOi July a yard hrnkeman of the Luke Show nod Southern wan totally morning hy John who ajQcJdeiUfljiy AFTEft A BAP Party from Spokuno Filli to Capture a tlnml of Itofno SPOKANE July uf armed cattle men invl with Deputy United Stntos Marshal Joo Warren in left Spokimo to en deavor to capture n gang of hojaa thieves who have stolen no lean few With tho detective party are trained 0w familiar with the expert tihoffltnnfl courageous There are sup to ha about ulxtoon dropcrale men in charge of the stolen To capture such a gang Is a difficult and a bat tle with riilas is Tho horses wore stolon on Saturday and Sunday nights in widely diverging portions ot Washington awl showing that a number of men were Tho pursu ing party u HI go toward the British line through tlio Flathoad Indian This immense roundup of horses by an escaped band of outlaws is one of tlmmost daring and astonishing raids ever mode in the rikon Penk POLOUADO July of the most novel exhibitions ever devised for celebrating tho Fourth of July was put in Friday The orig inator of the idea is George of Two barrels of kero sene n rid one of red fire wore taken up the summit of Pikes together with a largo supply of rockets aud other fire At a bondflre was built of oil flnd powder and tho peak was brilliantly I The mountain had all the appearance of an ehorraous volcano vom iting forth an immense column Of fire rockets were shooting in all direc lidding to the The illumina tion could be soon for 100 miluS in all di rections when not cut off by Should Have Kept HU Mouth Fonr July Smiths foolish tongue sends him to the Detroit penitentiary for four In the federal court he was arraigned on a chiirso of introducing and selling liquor in tho Indian He made a nice talk lotbo judge and succeeded in creating the impression that he was a light offender in this class of and was sentenced to forty dnys in On his way back to jail Smith boasted to the guard of his good saying he had been in the whisky peddling business for ten years and anticipated going to tho The court VVBS informed ot his remarks and set aside the sentence of and gave him four yearn Ohio Union labor July Union Labor party of Ohio held a convention here Friday and nominated a state About 100 delegates wore Dixon of a Farmer Alliance lec described tho work in the prophesed the election to the of Kansas of the president of the and the election to congress by the alli ance of several of the congressmen of the The folio wing ticket was nominated Secretary of Ezokiel Trumbull county judge of supreme AVilliam Newark Joseph Columbus member of board of public Eli Wood The Same Old BEAVEU July a wealthy aged 68 was swindled out of by two The game played was the time worn one with A man named Har per and his confederate induced Shannon to pick out a card aud then told he had won but before this money could be paid over he must produce that amount to prove that he could have paid had he Shannon wont to the the money and returned with it Tho sharpers then took tho cash from him and skipped Indefinitely WASHINGTON July prom ised meeting of the Republican members of the senate finance committee to discuss proposed amendments to the tariff has boon postponed Merrill and Aldrich have gone over the bill and they will suggest some unimportant changes in but the more im portant such as the reciprocity amendment of Hale will not be taken up until tho bill is up for discussion in the M lliinliin Defeats Sioux July Ilanlan defeated George Hosmor by half a length in a shell race on the Big Sioux river Friday afternoon for a purso of of which the winner got Both men were in good Han Ian weighing and llosmer At tho start Hosinor lead and kopt it for nearly a when Hanlan shot ahead and kept it to tho Over peo ple were Want July strike fever has reached the river and tho 1ousta bouts employed on the Mississippi river bouts Imvo made a demand for 160 a This request Is considered extor and owners of steamboats guy un der no circumstances will It be Nearly all the rlvor craft leaving hero have had but half Died of IIIn July Heller died at the Reading hospital from inju ries received in the wreck of an express train at twelve days lie wiib the fireman o the express Ho was 4 years of The engineer of tho tho firemans lost his life in tho Ior thu Mont Iupulur July Globe offers a funilultod by Tiffany and costing an u gift to tho most popu lar Orand Army roan in the Anybody may vote on tho coupons printed in Tho The voting began Satur day and will continue until about the mid dle of HOth July Biiruuin wlohrated hU 8UUi birthday But urdny hy giving an olglituouruii dinner and to hU employes and tholr ut Bounldii About par took of the Mpruad anil freely ohowuivd upon the veteran show Two CiuiiultUi at WmlilMHtuu WA8HI80TPN JITVi July Vrtlt Oytiors Friday buriiwi to death hy her liraw otytohliig rum Uort Horrible Treatment of a Boy In Rhode CONFINEO POR THIRTYTWO DAYS In a Durk anil on Bread unit xVntoiTwice u Hoy ly tliii UUIeltiU Thought Ho Kiit fllolhor He fllHLMl til HlO llllll Ht July a uf 13 li lying at the point of dtaili tha Hhode Inland at thU Modical Exam iner John who him attended believes hi j condition is duo Co brutal received at tho state reform school at Charley and an other boy of his ago arrested a year ago last for stealing a pot of bnked worth 15 a gro cers and were committed to the reform there to remain nuUl they should IK of A limit six wocfe after he had been hunt he and re turnoJ Hu was a free buy until last when he was rcarrcstud and sont nlmt tlio Itox They put him In tio weAt bos when they got him wax a healthy boy and had never been sick a Ho weigheil The sweat box is tho nnuie the boys have for a dark No light can get In except through a half inch crack under tho and the only furniture In Iho place was a slop The lad was kept holitnry in this dark hole for thirtytwo days on bread and whioh he pot twice a When tlio mother ciillod tosofr him she was bal HII linully got per mission througu ex Mnyjr ScCtirurt HIn The mother hardly knew the boy she saw Ho luokel like a wild She went to the board of ttate charities and tried to liavti him but was he released ly Iho after condition had betiiiniHwo bud that it was feared he would medical is frtl o for the unfortunate He nltribuhS his condition to tlm b jys being kept for thirtytwo in a cell without and with scarcely any food and no In a Bull July The Pittslnlrg National League club H iu bad The loiini left FrMay oveiilng to pay in Brooklyn the jramo fcchedulid for bore Tiio club in Ijoliind some mouths in its rent for the About was duo July The Denny owners of Recruit ion have given un til Slit urday noon for payment and wi 1 then lovy on the equipments of tho The club expected to pay with Fridays but they were almost and Friday night Mr Xlmlok ho saw no hope for the grounds and then the club would na vor playhere Ho Swindled Kin NEW July Inspector Byrnes has received a dispatch from announcing tlif arrmt In that city of Benjamin wanted in this city for Bennett was Jormory the bookkeeper and confidential clerk of William a manufacturer of bricks at 024 West Thirtieth street The amount of hU forgery is about Dining the latter part of May he given a vacation by his em ployer and three days after the forgurios wore When Bennett loft he was accompanied by Hat tie a dime museum Killed by n Bolt of July A renmrkablo freak of lightning was observed near Mur Berkeley A negro woman was flitting in herhouHe with her 2 yearold child in her Her husband was standing on the opposite side of the A thunder storm was in and a stroke of lightning descended upon the Tho child was instantly kill the father perhaps while the mother was not ovun The same of lightning killed a workman in a Held near A TenYear Sentence Kijual to JEFFERSON July Henry But a who was serving a life sentence in tho wai the re cipient of a pardon from the governor Friday on account of his exemplary behavior as a He ban been in the penitentiary a little over If teen and upon investigation tho rm her ntnrt ling fact was developtd that In tho sixty years of the prUonx existence no convict ever lived out HO long a It in a rare thing to duel a convict who lived even ten years In tho Missouri Modi Mudunty Oono to July museum of art has voted to mako iUolf n musoum of inaulmate freaks Out of regard to u small minority of people do not know the Hlgnillcunoe of lion soit qui mill y the dlrectuiu huvo ilecidexl to olotho tlci and the gods and goiideKHCH will horoafter draped in clotlilnti that will iniko blushua nniiocoB siiry to the Kvoryhody Is laugh ing at the Riivtxl Iliuitfiuiiu u NEW July John 40 years of W Clinton u had a quarrel Frhluy morning with hU wife mod Si at their roil doilco in regard to tliulr 8 monthsold daughter Lutz drow a revolver and bliot bin ludlotiiig prolmlily fa tal Hiitiioii tu mod I he weapon on himself and put two bulloU In hid loft kllllnghlnuelf A Irlimrlltu Hort ut NEW July the loft thin city fur California on Wudnwday for the purpose of preparing for tho erection In Kruuclsoo of a dupllcuto of the Mllln building on Wall lit will employ a arthllect to iirejiuro llio ilowlami far the whim will be tli llnent bulldlnii an tiia iaalflo Tuiioliiirn July Tho National MuHlo UHi islatlon hon uleutwd Hull of and sulutjt for iieKt pluw of moet tiiiU coucertoomiiUjlBd ihu work jf Ulii Thick Walls MUST BE Dorsey Sb MaW i 310 Belle THE BEST IN THE AntiRusting The circulation of electricity through the water 1 to purify te destroy animal ana vegetabje to keep sweet and i Every Article Bears a Which gives to each purchaser an a solutoguaran tee against Tills ware lonir ago ceased to be an wuju IUUH vutuiuu w uu tui ojLporimenb eigbt years ot severe test in all climates has proven that if 18 Articles In use six years are apparently as good as For Sale by PITTS SOLE DEALER OIL WILL BE LOWERConsidering Qualities and Styles Than in any other house in In conaequDnoe of tha GREAT EXTENT of our BALES we are enabled to do Biibinesa on a VERY CLOSE MARGIN and it is a rec ognized fact that we handle by far LARGER OF GOODS THAN HOUSJ5 IN THE I am now receiving a and varied stock of in all the prevailing for Spring whlbu I am prepared to make up In the GUARANTEEING A Perfect Reasonable Rates and v Complete   

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