Alton Daily Telegraph, July 14, 1890

Alton Daily Telegraph

July 14, 1890

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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 14, 1890, Alton, Illinois Levison’s Blue black Writing Fluid. STAKLEV TAKIS A WE ut dlffeKBOfi on the thirteen or fourteen ****ta Urn which WMW stilt affected by the plan of campaign. HIK NATIONAL CAPITAL The Noted Explorer Marries Miss Dorothy Tennant. Items OI* r rerest from Washington City. Wg CIM tile -TO MMT' >•<■ ".k ti-* Combtae. nil the ijualltie* of tin* Champion Violet Writing and Copying Fluid. American* at a Haaqeet. IXfXDOX, July ll—At the banquet glee® hy the officers of the Honorable Artillery j company Friday night, at. which ex-Gov-[ ernur Ame*, of Maaaachuaetta,    ami Mr. '    - Allen, past commander of the Ancient rue DA VS DOINGS IN CONGRESS THE GROOM SUFFERS FROM ILLNESS ami Ii notable Artillery company, of Boa-    ____ 1 ton, were present, tone ta wire    drunk to Pit abient tlarriaon and Queen    Victoria Kindly and feeling Hp*wcbea were made by Menan. Amea and Allen. And I* Coto pol Ie I to Remain S.-ated During the 4 rmuoHjr Vt i*-. I in Inkier Abbey rill. .I to Overflowing with Crowd* of Interest, i j> .I at ore -TI** I Vrain**-ny Sole in ii t ted by the Mishap ut Ripon Other r»n l«n Item*. I Lomiov, July ll-Henry M Stanley and Dor*<liy Tennant were married at 1 It eat minuter Ablwy at I o'« lock Saturday. Mr. Stanley walked up the aiale 1 leaning heavily on a cane and looking 1 unwell. The abi**f watt tlenaely crowded. I Fart) to tin* liny crowd* had collected in the vicinity, of W*?*t minuter ntdwy and u# the Walden*** of the bride and groom, Wen til Hit To Be Reamed. Home, July ll—In an interview ("apt. C assaut. the African explorer, aalii that he and Krniii Pasha were heartily glad to be Ii berate. I from the Equatorial province by Mr. Stanley, Evil tongue-*, he tm Id, had magnified the misunderstanding between Mr. Stanley aud Kudu pjisha. They biol the highest respect for each other ami bad never seriously filagreed The london l’»«tmen. Ix>mmin, July ll—There is no change in The Silver Conference Hilt faaaed by the Hunt* by a Ktrl.I Rartv Tata— Remark* af Conger. HUnd, Cwtebeaw and Hermann aw the Report—The Preetdeat Pro* r. w Published latter a Targary The Senate Hole*. Warmin; ros City, July ll—In the hono Sitter.lay Conger of Iowa called ap tlw i o’, f. rd ten report on the oliver WH. lie Hold that the biti precented In the report wa* In the nature of a compromise. It wa* not juat ouch a bill a* be thought cong re*-* on n bt to pant It wa* not just Much a bill, peru »pa, aa atty member of the ho im would like lo paaa W be were pre This t elrhrafnl film’ Wark Writing Flnol wo guarantee superior to any writing fluid In the market. While it retain* all the qualities of the beat fluid ink*, it has many which other inks do not poMMs:    . First- Brilliancy of color, being a dark blue, enabling you to see what you write, a groat advantage over the pale ink now In use; after w ani a changing to a deep permanent black. Srrowl Fluidity, a clear, thin fluid; it deposits no sediment. Third It will not fade. Fourth**It will not mould. FY/M—While we do not claim th;* ink non-corrosive, we do claim it will have less eff«H’t on steel pens than any other fluid ink made. Get the Best. Tile m<'heft peat** Is not always the hest; the ll KMT Is always j the cheapest. IA >31 PM’N, tiuijf in.  *MVIC a** MWV vuoupw —      •--- ' the i it ton of Hftaim among* th# pmtmum, (wiring a meesum to *tau* Lh cUiftctloni .    .    .    si.    *t._    ii...    ii    hfll    skwt    answer    till1 The (mig permanent Violet Ink made It will copy years after writing. It will not mould or thicken. It flows freely and does not gel gummy. It deposits no sediment. Mr The first Ink made for persons who have weak eyes, or who write by gaslight, As every mark made with this Ink can he distinctly seen. MTU is absolutely non corrsive (a steel pen con be used in it for months) and ta especially adapted for use in the Styiographic or Fountain Pens teJlpW Third and Piasa sis. THE SmtPE. sod the contiguous streets were blocked with a surging urn.-* of humanity. Fully two hours before the time set for the cere mony every nook and cranny of the main body of the abbey was crammed with theme who ho*! Im-, n fortunate enough to receive cards of invitation. The space assigned to the prew* was filled by morn iters of the Metropolitan anti Provincial press as well as bf numbers of foreign jour-nalists who were there in a professional capacity. When the north trauaept, which had been given over to the general public, was throw n opes the enormous crowd moved forward like an Irresistible torrent and hi no inconceivably f*b<>rt time no Inch of space remained unoccupied. Arrival of lh* Pride sud Broom. At Is# p. m. the members of Mi*** Tenn ant s funnily, Mr Gladstone, Baroness Burdett-CouIU and her husband, Sir NY rn. McKinnon. HI? J oho Kirk**. tl*e Airn an traveler entered Hie budding Ae th* hands of the clock indicate the hour of PM Mr Stanley, looking 111 ami nervous, and leant*' upon the arm of his heat titan Count I)’Arock, the representative of Kin.: Leopold of Belgium, entered ’he d.tor Mr Stanley walked with so much difficulty that be required the assistance of a cane in addition to the #upp*rt of lh# Count s arm. He was closely fallowed by and they art* quietly engaged in the orderly di*< barge of their dude* In all 435 men have laten dismissed aa a con*, quince of their connection with th'.* recent d.-utou-•t ration* These men l*«*stmaeterGeneral Knik es dec I * nea to reinstate. KEPT IT IN HIS CORK LEO. A (ripple i apt tire*! will* a I.arg* Amount at Counterfeit Rewey. Little Bock, Ark., July 14.—A one- j tagged man na me* I M. C. Hinkle was held on the charge of jmasing counterfeit money, llinkle wears a cork leg The officers made him take It off, and In a cavity In the limb wan discovered a quantity of spurious papec money, together with compounds for rbohgtng confederate billa from brown to the genuine greenback, Among the Homey wa* a ft greenland rai*<*l to a 150 note, and other bills ra*-e from fib upwards There were *ev erat #10 and *40 billa on the Charlottetown I ut ilk of Prince Edward Island which were pronounced genuine, although the signs lure of the cashier of the ismk was u..t attached. Tilt* bank failed some time mao. The bilb are thought to have been stolen after having bren signed by the pre blent, Two or more of tbeee KW bills were paoaed on a two k bere, either by Hinkle or an accomplice. A Bargain. Ready Mixed Paints I Oils - AGENTS FOR TURSI. LOUI. V.rni.b Co. Fine VARNISHES tad JAPANS. Charter Oak Stoves and Ranges Block Diamond anti Asb*stoa Rooting. Building End Sheeting Paper. Force, lift ami Spray..* PumpE-    llome and White Sewiug Machine*; f.JU each. Amenta 1 Celebrated Stedebaker Fan W aeons. —FINE LINK OF— Camases. Daisies and Sp? Wagons SMU.. Ile,. HOAD CART World ,or I IL JOHNSTON. Brim ft Hardware and Furiu Machinery. Alton, Hi WE KNOCK ALL COMPETITION. Grand Bpocinl BbI0 i*1 Suits or Pantaloons Made to Ord. r. vnnrr pit and SATISFACTION GUARANTEED AT BRU EGGE MAN'S Aril. ic Tailoring and Oant't 6ood« Emporium, 221 Plana Htreet. HF NEV H rrsvixv » Blltl U t Of his Ute Atria in Omro*!**# The cli'.ir, consisting of thirty *>* juem )H.r*. were ta th* organ loft. and th* of-ft. isling clergy men had taken their P°*J* Mon* wlien, at precisely t ° bride, Miss dorothy Tennant, attend**! by h#r only brother. rbarlee Coombe Tenn tnt, anal followed by a p-ur# and two young girl*, appear**! aud walked th* en tire length of 'he abbr* lo the altar. Hug* the Brig* Wa* Drees** The bride was attired In a magnificent toilet of white cordial silk en train, with th* traditional veil and orang* fastened with diamond* bite a.*** wore the magnificent diamonds presented by Mr. Stanley a* well a* the DrckUce with Bjinlat urn pendant to her by Queen Victoria. Mio* Tennent was eg tremely nervosa aud treronhms during lh* ceremony. Contrary to expectation, in view of Mr Stanley • illne*a. th* Aural srrvie* wa* carried nut ta full. the bridegroom remaining ##at*<l    , greater part of th* time, while the br ids IukhI bv hi* .bl* The marring* ceremony aolemnieeii *»Jf the taho# 0# Ki|a»u, ti, th. rn*,. ■»( futuliuw MU r.r-.r TW I ria, «. «■«» b) hf. brother, Mr Cherie*Coombe Tennant. rn Ke.rptlua at Rlehm «».d On th# conclusion of th# amice, Mr. Stanley support mg himself on the arni S hi* wife. anti With the assistance of , Iii* cane. walked slowly .'Ut from th# ate |!r. l£rUe*. Burdett-Contin, who learned particularly .dudtou. a.    ^ I,lurer*# coudiUoo, followed the newly married couple aid through the door and to the carriage lh* party wa-then repute driven to Richmond Terrine, wbrre * ISnomwIy attemle.1 receptk* OfthftL Although very many of th# ni-*t tUuatri-tm» per*.ms in Jtaglnnd we« present, th* arrangement# w,r* -o    U‘*t    J® crushing occumd rh* ft***11***1** a raiding a* arranged early in the week were carried .ut ta every particular (-reposed by ( arMI IL Ldkdo*. July 11.—In the house of v«.m moue .measure providing tor the ama tton of * board af artat rat ion for th# settlement of dfcpnt- between Uudl.r*. end tenant* In Ireland »*; ITJjShJ Mr Farwell in th* eon raw (°f E'b* measure, he said, could be nu.llbe boarai th ii* SSTtaqtrirtae aud effect just settlement* BONANZA FOR A NEWSBOY. Xeaa Yaark llraaker* Alna** Tlirwarivf* by Making MIM# Rlrh. New YoltK. July 14.—In traveling from the stock exchange to Delmonicai’* a nuiri-Iwr of broker* aaw a ULQ* shaver of about 9 liaraifo .teal and regired The little fellow ha* Mild newspaper# In th# neigh bor-hood, tall It wasn't time for the evening paper*, aud he looked HI* and mw «r dlscoiiMilate. The brokers took th# little fellow Into Dad moll loo's witli them. go! an empty cigar i»u, cut a slot ta it mid nailed It up, anal with th* Ii* tIe fel low m .I lr lied subscriptions from oil theta friends In the place at the time They then took him mU» the exchange Witt. them anal pawned the imx around there. Am a rt-ault a utile over #100 was cadleoUsl The boy stuffs! the immey auto his ragged ] pocket and left for th# seaside. A Virlairy l«»r tk# “ I barter Ma»*t*r*.'' j BLOoRlMbTov. III*., July 14 In th* somewhat famous charter election ‘ nm from iciington. this county, Judge My- J *rs, in the county court, rendered a alecta lon that is a victory for the party known a* the “charter busters." Heretofore the j town has been operated under a spn-tm charter on# of the most important pro vision* of which ween prohibition clause j Year after year determined effort# were made to abolish th# special charter sud organise limier the general law. but without sure*** until this year, when the bus u-rs." headed by ll J. Claggett for may or, won a victory by I majority. In the contest over this election Judge Myers de* « ed that the election w as legal and that th* old charter was abolished. A Legislator In Host (Mer. Pierre, ft D.. July ta—Samuel L. Hess, member of the state legislature from Moody eonnty. was arrested aud brought to till* City upon warrants sworn out by J. W. Cone, chief clerk of the house of representative*. I bv charge I* for obtaining money under fake* pretense" bv duplicating his mileage vouchers and per diem during the late session. II* wa!vid examination and gave bond*. He*# I# the inau who cleated such a sensation during th# closing hour# of the la»t *r* MOH of tim legislator# by attempting sub ,1,I*, with poison because an abandoned woman would not lie# with him. Rather Inforuisl t remattew, HTtu< ' SE, N Y., July ii- Fred Curtis, • fireman ou the Lackawanna road, waa i arrest. '! Thursday charged with dis)Mating of the body of an infant by throwing ii into the fire Im* of hi# locomotlva. I he ,  ....... ta made by the engineer for whom Curtis V i* tiring, who .ays Curtis showed him the tasty taf»r* throwing. it in the hrs*, and said that it was his child and wa* still horn. Also that he had di*q*o##d of other infanta' bodle# ta the ami way Curt I# denies the story, hut It Is known that hi* wife wa* delivered of a still born child n few days ago. __ TR# *u|»p*»*l4l**a Probably Correal. Ss UL Cl IU LE, bi. Julf 14. —Before I daylight oo Wednesday morning Mr*. Sarah taUtUm* was awakeniHl by a negro named J* me* liar men. who had *t«den into her room Mr*. William* gave on alarm and lUrmen was eapture.1. He ww t .ken out to >pem'er's poud. since which n.rf bing ha* i**n seen of him. It Ie sup jKsa-d that he was shot to death aud his ta sly *nnk in the pond. _ He Dele*!* *1 lh# ( redelee*. Bl Joins MT.'N. N V-i July 14.—Fmnklta , Coon ha# been arrest**! here charged with swindling people by adv* rtising ta weet-•n. r»l“’T» *v • ^    *    ktmheod finy U>rroulng mouey from the per*.his abo resp*.n.le i and with whom a cor 1 reusmdem-e reeuhed. II* is -ald to h,ye EXTwmfed. rate in New York city who I,a*, got y,-t been Identifi* I. (treat Ria## at Detail.*, Cat. Delano. Cal., July ll-Two thirds of tim bn#io*»a portion of 'Im t*.wn wa* I# I sir. yod try fir#, th* Ut ai k»* tadng (MSI The priti. I pal Individual b*ae* KL Chauvin#, WM.UM; lf. Hchwal« ft hon, lyp OtMt. J* kat'slller, #14.1)00. Vt a* b«»w»etbi*g el * Nj** vet I J. la July. UH** kWA\VII LB, Ba    gr‘lav (rod* were noticed *.n th* hilt* Fn lay morning Ttw    wa*, md enough to hurt anything, lint sufficient to tai a mo city ta July But it was a bill that would answer the demand of the country, tim demands of the silver miner, th# ogricuhnralUtv th# laborer* and ‘he burin*** fiivn of I country, The woata tener of the meneete re IOO ■ i *-t lee- liivrr It Stolid give an Eft* ii It lot i ii rin-nlation of iW.IW/W a year at I the pr »'Ut price of sl-vwr. If elver went up toe parity with gold it would go* an iUCH* us- of #TU.(MlO,iIi>i The last section of the Mil unlocked    now tied up for lh** redemption of l»ank wotes, nuikiug tin* total Increase of dr**til it iou in the Ht-gi, ta el vs month* I ta*, taw, (EA A I'orely BrpsMb** Mascara. Ile wanted the Dennsrattc party to tell the country whether It was unwilling to refuse to support a bill thai would give tbe |>eople thl* large ineas'iru *rf relief. Thlt- ass a Itepubliian Hie WM! re, and every fl.ancial m*o*ur,; of Imp act nam that bad been «nee *wirul In Ibis nmntry (with one solitary exception) had lieen a ltepnhlltau measure. Tho pending measure ha*! been agit**! upu U/ lt*.puta I leans only; it migiifc p*e* here by R "pub lie-iii vote# only. It would th.*» go to alu re it would be signed by a It -puldiran pre- dent aud theuee It would go Is* a * ouiitry which would give anch a Kepub lhan indorsement that many gentlemen on the O!be. Bids would not he bere to Vote in tile next cottgie<♦. Toe awk of the hon" - has t**en moving the eotffttry rapt.By tow .Hts tho establish sn-ut of a parity lad ween silver sri gold, b hen congress met, rilv«fr aa* WI c.-nts an ouiue; Friday It sold for    ceuta. norre it bs*l Keen snno«iooe*i (bat tbe con fv re nee bad agree-1 uptin a bill, silver hod gone up more than J cen;* nu ounce A Dniwptng O teas J for silver. C'ltcheon of Miehiga i regarded the con ference biti av a vast tinpf«v«ti»e.»t over the m. ustrosity sent here by the senate, I which pt0f*uaed to make the I lilted States I mints toe dumping gtonnd for all the i stiver of tbe worid 'or tit# ben*.tit of speculators. ll would give tbe vomit ry an ad dUional rnm ncy of metal and paper for the uses of ImdiHVt ii of Ureg»»n said that be farmed J tbe bdl, although it dbl not eoitt.tin the . fullest recognition of the equality of gold j and silver as moory meta s. was a c«.ocos-*,iaO OO both old* * "f Die qii-atlon. It wa* a victory for the |s»pntar do ;land It es* a long step towarts fie v.diiage, Ile hs«l no douIe that after lh* fall tdecitona then would lw a Wronger represent at ton hen-ou the line of free coinage of silver. A It**** 11 **f «ecr*-| Henting* Bland of Missouri concurred with the gentleman In ttoptru that the next house would be a free coinage house. But that house woald be composed of tho## who advocated free coinage and who stood by their color. It would not he composed El the Hep abt icon pariy, which by gag rule had vote»l down and stifled free coinage lf free coins re came at all it would come front that party which had stood firm to th# flog of free coinage, sud which had not surrendered it# principle* at th* beck of Wall street, He denied that the bill was the result of a free and fair confer •nee It wa# the result of secret meetings of the Hepubllcan conferree* He, a* a conferree, had known nothing of the in* osure until it had bee* framed and the report was ready to be signed. I be Dem o* rat Ic ’ne mis-rn had lawn Ignored in the preparation of the MU. The Mil was one wh oh practically demonetised rilver It was a Hi rer‘Mated quinine rill O® the first reading It seemed Quit the aeoretary gras to pureiMM 4,.'»w.(10u ouncsw every month, but when a man rolled the pill ar* mid in hi* mouth he Iwiron to taste the bit terne** of "or so much thereof as may $ #9* 11 I* ^ ^ Tits silver wuifrrvuce Mil wa# finally psiMirl by Lite bouse—yeas ISSI, nay* M-1 A I sir im party vote. Ie the W**l». After routiue busine#* th* senate re sume*I eonsldemlton of the two chipping billa    _ (Thick Wall#*) with Water iii IIonHe Large Cellar. LOT 60x120. In Hpiendld *|Nei|chhorhocMlv Handy to Depot, at a Hacrilice. HUST BE SOLD. Dorsey & Mann 310 Belle street. ARR ACKNOWLEDGED THE Simplest, Most Lasting and Economical. - REMAINS Unchanged through Years l*I#*BM(* (hurt Im* gulled into trylQK experimental Htovea. Over BOO now In use in our PIUS & HAMILL, 315 Belie st* A. J. HOWELL DKALEK IN Mays IL I* a Verge**. W ahu not*»x WTT, July ta —President Harrison say# the published tatter pur* port iii ; lo I* a v*q»y of tun* e ill ten by him in response to an invita*ton to attend th# natlotMii grangers' exhibition, at I sritsie, I**., Is an out sud out furgvry. Hi* dec I mat too of th# iuritati >n wa* written by Private Hecretary Half«ird, and merely staled that owing U» the pleasure *>f pub lh business, ta would I* unable to attend tlw rxinUtlon  ____ Ta ( baas* tk# a. aet* Mateo Wa»iitv - fox Cirl. July ta—Acting under instruct Ion* trout the eeuat# Repute In sn VAW un, in# caucus *. on ut Ute* o( arven met ta»*urdsy mortunt ta ti*# room of the cma m it ie# >u« rub-' awl Jlscu»md th# pf*»postt***n te#t»ailg» the rilbwuf the ( **> as to make it p*j*»lbU* to limit dr'mi^ uo (wading tm- .Mires the form af the prole> chaoge was Jim o#s*-d for about two hour* witnout final result. Itoumsets Adopt# th# (.old Stsadsrd. WAsfttWllix ( ITV, July ta—Thedtreo-tor of th* mint ha# rwtvel fr**m th# min tater of the I nitial BtaVs at Bu*' *-r##t an account of the re*. ut drmmtetlfcUion «*f full trgai U uder sflwr coiu* bf ti e Hou ■MOR tan gore? * meat ta pur»uauce of slaw pn»**-» by the *»f deputies in Mar. b lost, sub-iltutiug th# ring!# goW standard for the double %tand»rtl in that wintry    ^    .... Approved by the President, \Y Aalii st- r«*x CDY. July 14.—Th# |*re#i-d, .it has approved ins act to Incorporate ti e North Itta ' brid ce r mipatif, auth.u-is'U the conor let! rn of a bridge and *P pc i.M'he# ut New York city. across th# Hudson river. A IStlsr* la Herierf* PMILAJNLLrll Y, July ta. - William Wright em, maimfaciurer of hosiery, ho* sosigued    Lls btl i ii#* estimated at 940, WO, CARPETS, CURTAINS, OIL CLOTHS, RUGS, Ac. " -o - Our Prices WILL BK FOUND LOWEB-Considering Qualities and Styles- Than in adv other house in Alton. In consequence of th# GREAT EXTENT of our fcALKS we are enabled to do Busine** on a VERY CLOSE MARGIN and it U a recognised fact that we handle by far LARUER QUANTITIES OF HOODS THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE CITY. mm suits. I am now receiving a large and varied flock of Cloths, in all tbe prevailing shade#, for Spring Suite, which I am pi spared to make up in the Most Pasttionatalel Stvles, GUARANTEEING A Perfect Fit, Reasonable Rates and Complete Satisfaction. H.C. G. Moritz. II 2 Third st. WAN t LU i rtvutMoT apiary tilTijsnw rUtr nam uuiwie-..    «it,ear#, ftoo* Mm*lam, atta mal «»lWg tee#late!##. OlTFIT I Ut-Uh M—III was* W sfc.»rWi> Wme MBttWI gao'f xx*, nassary#»#a. Chtewge. IM. .TMM Meas# to rnhste# ;