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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 29, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH.  volume ao.  t •  ALTON, ILL., TI.'KS DAY EVENING, .ILLY LMI. ISHO.  NO 45  ANO  WITHIES  InrWe mutt have Room for our new Bor* of ALBUMH and PAPK-TEKIBS uow under way. Hem-.-. we afer our prauent .took  AT 1  < 'OST.  las. J. Depnliar  M and Piasa sts.  ALTON, ILL  The Ever I An POPULAR IWO  Sheet Music,  (('HAS. J, DI.'>KMI A KT, tog# Anent.)  CHOICE SELECTIONS  • AHI Ll [.IV I BRANGER Ko jjfflUVYBfl  AND IGK TMK I  ERB or  •K or TI I HK  PIANO AND ORGAN.  < h'gistlek Walt/, )>y    IN*    l    ulu  Fly Away Galop, by ......Wall!*,  j (Aertni'l* Dream Waits, by beethoven. , linisttienre (Hanjn Galop), by .strenbtiog  J In th* sunshine, by . ..... . lainto  I Jni't mat! Man ti, by .....  .    knight  I Moment Musical, by ...    schubert.  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A fund f Mtnry About Jmtgc VV. U. miry, lh* Newly Appointed I on.til at Puerta I abrin, ti in/ml., Woman** Depart. •strut to I hr World's lilt A ftnrn.u of llrNlth Naval Nr wo A Haw bf ova by Mp< aker Heed.  Washington City, July ay —Th# satiate Monday morning prnwd senate bill to pension All surviving nftloers aik! man of Pow rip* bali Alton of Missouri, mounted vol autem, rais'd dun nu the war with Mexico. Aldrich offered a resolution fix* in* the hour of ,,cetin^ of the senate at ll a. rfi., which wa* finally agreed to, with the understanding that the senate tdiould adjourn at ti o’t loch. During the diacu*-aion Iugalla Mid that the morning hour should I aet two hour* daily for the con* Ider* I ion of Lu»i liras on t ha salendar. Ha said that a* noon as th* tariff hill, the appropriation billa and the election bill were passed congrats would undoubtedly adjourn promptly. Cockrell aahed what waa the use of the win ate passing billa when the house paid no attention to them. Among the Ii nod re I* of bills passed Iff the amate were the bill refunding the direct tax and the chipping billa, to which Hawley replied that he wanted hts record clear, and it wa* not his direct busine** what waa done or left undone elsewhere Marine Matter* Taken t'p,  Aldrich moved to proceed to the consideration of the tariff bill, but Gray antagonised it with a motion to take up the house bitt for the transfer of the revenue marine, service to the navy department, Gray's t. .ion prevailed—yea* sn, nays AY Cockrell continued bbl argument in opposition to the bill Ile imputed the origin of the bill to the aggressive ambition of Chandler when a-cretary of the navy, and said that it waa now tieing pressed by per-Monal import unities of tinier who would be ben* fit tell by the transfer, in increased •alane* lie quoted from Admiral Porter's report against the transfer, ami said the British government ha I tried tile experiment and it bad beet* a failure. Tbs aarvtes would be better a* It kl bow. fwk l f the Tariff mil.  Cockrell had not colic laded bbl remark* when t o'clock arrived, and the presiding officer laid Die tariff i*>f<>re the sen <u-a* "the unfinished business" Gray moved to continue the discuss iou of the revenue marine bill. IL- as well aa '•Haters Cullom and lintier said that they did not ts lab to antagonise the tariff bill, nut they wanted the revenue marine bill disposed of. I la wee opp! ohm) the motion and cr*, ti ciaed the persisiency of the friends of the revenue marine bill in pressing it in th* face i. he tariff bill. After some further diacuNaic.il Gray s motion was rejected, and the tariff bill waa taken up. Veal addressing tim MNggie in opposition to it.  la th* Hawse,    ^  Under the rules Monday should have been devoted to the consideration of District of Columbia business in the bourn and the Atkinson railroad bill was the unfinished busine**. Cannon ant ago nixed it with a motion to go into committee of the whole upon the amendments to the sundry civil appropriation Mil. The motion prevailed. The recommendations of the committee on appropr tat Iona were agreed to without much lottteution, the principal item- the senate irrigation amendment betag passed over until other matters are <lisp<msd at  tbs  HE PEPPERED THE QUEEN,  —FINK LINK OF—  Bulies id SpriM Wagons  smUi. Bwt ROAD DAKT >«  W *U for im.  •rdware ami Farm Machinery, Alton, III.  REDUCTION SALE  ----OI  TIMMER. SUITS AND PANTALOONS  MADL TO OKDKIt.  CT FIT AID SATISFACTION GUARANTEED  AT  BRUEGGEMAN BROs.  (Successor to A. Brueggeman-)  Artistic Tailoring .nd Cml'. F-rni.hing Good. Emporium,  2'ji pin nit Htreet.  The Called alala* Narrowly Kara pea  Wee with Af rte*.  Wash I KOTO' City, July JR—Judge W. U Riley, of Virginia, who was appointed consul at Puerta ('abele, Venezuela, la the original "Judge,” who la tbs pride of all the "Judge*” and th* “Majora” and th* “Colonels" about Washington. Ile kl th* cleverest story teller of them all. Few frequent ei»Lor* to Washington, if they •top at first class botels, have failed to make the acquaintance of th# loquacious judge. Ha is a moot ingenious story teller, aud moat of the “Jmigs anil Major’ stories that have gone from Washington have related In part to him. This is not his first appointment to the consular service. Ile held a commission under President Grant, who sent him to some little consulate un the east coast of Af-nos. It is said that be came near eau* tag war between this country and the savages of Africa, when* bd- wa* formerly ; stet Unit 1. The consulate wa- situated on the bea< h, with a broad st re* rh of sand in front of tile hon** extending to the w ater*. Every morning the villager* came down o« tile beach In front of his house  ( to make their toilet.  Forwsl Declaration af War.  It was disagreeable for the judge and his wife to have theme naked cit leans shout, and he made many protea** Against it. ! The protests were made formally in writing to Ute prime minister and the queen, but there wa* no attention (Mild to them.  1  Finally the judge could stand it un longer. Ha got a gun sud loaded it with the finest “mustard seed shot and lay in wait. Oue morning tit# report of a gun was beard and a number of naked rn gross scatter--.! In every direct tim, with erie* of fright. Later in the day a do egsliou of dignitaries, headed by the prime minister, waited on the judge to make a formal declaraU >n of war against the United State* aud to give the judge notice "to git " Th* Judge protested most eloquently, Inn it was of no avail.    “I shall appeal to the queen,” he  * wk » rlm0  minister shook his ^    -    ii solemn. “It was the queen  you slow,” he said, Th- 1  shot wt-n* anisil and settled In fleshy part*, so that the queen rapidly recovered ami the judge 1 * diplomacy soon placed him in favor again.  W ii ms a's Depart rn eat Ie the WsrlA'i Fair.  WAKUMOTO* Cit?, July KIA. -There ap-, pears to lie ll tie doubt that a woman's de rime ut will be founded In the world's fait || Chicago. A plan for a section to be governed by the Woman’s league will be immediately formulated and presented to th* commissioner*, l'resid ut Palmer trill likely cell the commissioner* together (pr definite organisation and work aaaarly as Hopi. ‘JU. ria kl at White Sulphur spring* and go*, rn anc# to t hicago  Hmm* Katal Views.  W ASH I HUT- 'N ClTT.July SB < 'ommodore William P. Met ann has been appointed acting rear admiral and has lawn ordered to hoist hie flag on board the United States steamship Pensacola on Aug. 4. It I ie Mid at the department Ibat the order  ha* no signiti ni.H or bearing upon the  •sported sod {ament of the Pensacola to sonvey Ericsson's rom aln* to Sweden. Comm or I ore Itsmmy lays t -at the Pensacola will sail for the M jib A Mantle soon after Aug 4 a* the flagship to that station and that soma other vi -**i will have to tie selected for the European tour. The Erne! auk Enterprise have also liven ordered to ; the Suit ti Atlantic station. This leaves  1  the Baltimore aa the only available rt-**el, arid the r>-mtjindore con i-a-t tired that It wa* a ‘ rn- ml certainty" that the Haiti more would be ordered to Europe.  A flu na ii ml Health.  W Aam Soto* CITY, July sd).—Coleman of Louisiana introduced in the bouse Mon-I day a bill to en at* a bureau of health and to prevent the intr id net Ion and extension ' of * ontagiouv and infectious disease* in the United State* The bill nutborix<-* the pnwident to appoint a chief commit- { aion.-r of health at a salary of fit,OOO per annum, who shall be under the secretary of the interior, and who shall hold his offtne until 70 year* of age, un las* removed by the president. The president is also an-thorned to appoint a health commission to ta- eonipoved of twenty members, divided a* follows; Five commissi'mer* of the yellow fever section and Rfcree each for tim following * -tions: <*h 4L t, smallpox, diphtheria, typhoid fever and scarlet fever; each commissioner to receive a salary of 13,out) per annum.  Hick war Kuhlary in W ashlngtoa.  WAMI IKOTOK UlTT, July SR A demand la to be made by cLlseus of VV a*ntugton for more polk'-men. It appear* that there are but twenty policemen to patrol the  1  outside park* and hundred* af suburban places, while highway robbery ha* become common in the inside park* and many of the m«»f populous streets, owing to a dell dem y la Die number of policemen. Iaud week two lad ie*, one upward of OB year* of : age. were a**«ult< d by uegrue* (Mi p. eminent street* la midday and made to hand over their valuable*  The Senate and Houte Take Opposite Positions  New Mule for Speaker Reed.  Wahum-Tok Crrr, July JU -It is un derwtood thst H|waker R«*ed has deter mined, a- soon a* the minority show a dis |wmitiofi to obstruct legislation or demand a quorum for the transaction of butine**, to summon all members to their seat* and grant no leave of absence, except on *e-C"ont of sickness. Ruch action w ould be very hard on Republicans and Democrats alike, aa there are many member* of each side at-** ut  ^    THE    GRIM REAPER.  JI--    «    ___  It, Ihsl Ile. Rn br vt I. *1 cl <‘•Iller- Hi. Ministerial Merit,  New Tau, July -The Rev. Robert I Wirt I Collier died of apoplexy at bk country bouse, ‘Tho Everglade*.” near Salisbury. V J , at midnight Saturday I Ile was a brother In law of Judge Dillon, j of New York, and the father of the Rev. Price Chillier, pastor of Hair Savior* Un! : tartan church, Brooklyn, N Y. Dr. Col i lier was consul to tadpole under | Garfield. He and Dr. bwild, of !  John* Hopkins university, Baitiiuon, ■ were »ent to Europe by Pruaident Cleve- * land to gather lal*<r statistic*. On th I* mission he visit.-I nearly every country  1  of continent ai Europe He had collected a valuable library and spent the inst few years of hi* life in comparative quiet. Hi* remains will be temporarily interred in Salisbury until new* can be gotten from hi* son, who to on a vacation in the west, when they will br taken to I A* vc aport, Iowa, for liusl Interment by Hie aide of hie wife, who Wa* a daughter of Hiram Price, of Davenport.  AN INDIGNANT PROTEST.  Ut. Paul Htckv and W in ava (Mills krjalrn (Her th* IG roan!.  Hr. Paul, Minn., July St— At n meeting of the chamber of commerce held Monday morning resolutions indignantly protest tug against tbs issuance of any order for a re count of the census of this city baaed on such insufficient grounds aa have tho* far been stated and requesting the aa (borities at Washington to suspend such order pending further Investigation by the census officials, wert adopted.  Minneapolis Will aatlsfled.  MinM. vpoLHl, Minn., July JO - Secretary Noble'* order directing a recount of Min Despoil* is well received In Minneapolis, the citixen* welcoming It aa a satisfactory solution of the whole question, as it will result lu placing the ceusu* of the city above eust-ieion There are no fem* bat that an efficient am! Ii -nest count will fully Justify all their claims  Another History Clear*.! ip.  IVsTiif, Ma*# , July JU.—Th* mystery sn, rounding the disappearance in I HSIA of Janoa Martin, a rich liquor dealer of this city, ha* been dispelled bf E I ward Callahan, wh«> ret uraed from California a few days ago. It seems that in Dei' while walking along the track of the Central PUC fli- railroad, in Ute employ of which he si- at (list time, he ram* upon a tramp who wa* dying, and among a number ol crime* to which he conf react was the murder of Mr Martin. He said that he and his companion* killed him and then threw hi* (sidy over the old Charlestown bridge. This is the first light that has ever (wen shed on a crime that complete! v nonplused the pol lee.  I ie aik aff a I anions Penman.  Ni:w VoiiK. July JR—Joseph IL Paine,, the famous )»euman and expert in hand writing, died on Hat unlay, after a pro  ON THE PROPOSED AMENDMENT.  The Nenste Committee Hos a I hang*  Will . Certain Prominent Members ut  the HiM.se Are In Favor of, anil a  lively lime May Ile Looked (or This  lick What Representative Paddock  Nays of the Matter,  HrotlM.nM.n, His. July JU - Members of the general assembly ba vs begun to return to the capital. The senate committee hue already reported to that body, told had placed upon the calendar for pawing* the joint resolution submitting the constitutional amendment, tine of the changes which the senate committee baa mad* in th* propoaed amendment bae been to add a clause providing that the constitutional amendment shall be carried out by Chicago only on condition that It receives a majority of th* votes coot lo that city on th« *uhject at th* tim* of Its adoption. The house committee on Friday last defeats"! lids proposition, and thus the sen* ate and bouse will be found taking opposite positions un the natter of submitting th*' qoe-*I rn of tootling the bonds to th* voter* of Chicago,  VV hat Mr. Paddock kays.  In the house the leader* of th* element which demand* that the voter* of Chicago *b*ll hare an opportunity of expressing themselves on the I sos. I question are Representatives Paddock Myer of Cook, and Pike. Them gentlemen, although defeated in the meeting of the F>int committee Friday, will carry the fight Into the Lo se this week and make a strong effort lo haw that I*sly agree a ilk the senate upon this question In defeat* of hie position Mr. Paddock say*  “I am in favor of th to amendment br cause I am a friend of the world’s L.lr and fear that the a l >ption of the eoastttu-ti<*nal amendment will be eudangere I unlee* the change is made. Every lindy eon redes the jostler of the city of Chicago (wing afforded an opportunity to vote upon this bond question, but the objection is urged to a *pe< int elect iou that it w ill take np too much Urn*, lite desire being to have the directory report to th* president of the I lilted Mat*** W po* session of tKMKM.u'4) and have bim issue th* invitation to foreign nations early this fall  A Little Proviso  “Now, lf we insert in th* constitutional amendment a little proviso stat mg that It shall tot I* operative unless It receive*  a majority vol* In Chieago, we evade the necessity of a special ejection and yet give the citir -ns of Chicago au opportunity to express their preferences on the hood  question. Already th* impression to  abroad la the stat* that Chicago la to Aw forced to contribute RN ult without he ing |ir*n an opport no lay to declare her wishes iu the matter literally this to not trio- as ti.* original atm -ti Intent contemplates that th# city maned shall give es-preasion to the popular will, bot somehow the people of the state have hut little con intone* I'I Iii# Chicago city council a* he ing a correct exp ment of the popular SUL  ( tileagwaas Maist Have a Nay.  “Already a prominent daily paper cd Quincy to declaring agelast the constlta-t tonal amendment ami denouncing it ss an attempt to extort #.Y««m.o <t from the taxpayer* of Chit ago without giving them an opportunity to express themselves on the subject, and soon the hue and cry will he general throughout the state. If ever the great mu Ult ti-- of country voters be come impressed with the con net ion that this is the case, it will be good-by to th* constitutional amendment Five mi Ilion dollars to them seems a fabulously large sum and if they conceive the idea thst th* taxpayers of Chicago ars betag deprived of proper expression Aa the matter, the constitutional amendment will not receive cm* third of the vote* cast in the state. I tell you, if trouble to to ba averted, the ritisens of Chicago must In some way be given an opportunity to vote on tins boud question."  A W ..lf la aheep's ( lotMsg.  Bi'RLI KUTI >K, Iowa, July JR — A H. Alerta, a bogus tutoaiunary and re former who has paidi'bed • (aper here for several months..bs- been found guilty of publishing and circulating olwcvee and lascivious matter and was held under hoods to appear before (he grand jury. Melts bas gulled th* religious sorteftoa out of several thousand dollars in support of a pre tended cru*a ic against the mum ipal administration and Hie social evils of the city, and Is strongly suspected of Markesan in set era! iitotauoss Hts last edition aas wised by tile slieriff. and wtU be held until the -ellletneut of the  bulged illinos. at AM Madison street, Brooklyn, In th.- TAI year of his age He was rn knowledged to I*- at the Itead of the *X|iert pentiHu of th# country. One of hi* most widely known works wa* bls ex* cut ion of th" proclamation of lincoln, which wa* exhibited at the sanitary fair in ITH, and sn basqued fly purchased for goo aud presented to the pf* 1 -ideal.  He R a* Tired si Living.  HmSOFWUk. Ma, July JR - The body ; of John L, t'arp**nler was found banging frion a tree {sunday afternoon In bis hat the following note was found. “When this cornea t. hand I shad have pasted over the river. My children would dc  1  not bin j for me and the last ai x ye irs of: my life have Din must miserable. I have had nothing to cat for tile las* ggurdays and ani hon old to little with tbs world ” lie wa* from Stoddui'd, K iii., aud agml  about ti) years  ... -™ —— -  ake I.ell the Cia* Jet litten.  It At IXC, Win., July JR. —lama J ustesen, a servant girl cm,do. * d at the residence of H. ll llurlhttt. wa* found *l«ad in her bed at io*( luck Sun lay morning, lut.e ligation show ."I that she had left a gas jig o|>eu and d. *d from s iffo at iou. Fh* girl was JI >• ara old and had only been is ; this country (wp weeks.  AmMUss of the LwhbsIIvs I ii* I aver*.  WtKklFlG, Man.. July JR - Grand Chief Arthur, of the Brotherhood of l^cunotltrs Engineers, declared Thurailay that the intention of the order waa to extend it* or gantlet ion to Great Britain at an early •late aud afte* wanl to European cooutnea, so that the railroad engineer*of tho world may soon he united.  Klee*eg a Bepuktleee.  Kansas (ITT. Mo., July KU —An election was held Ha'unlay to till th* vacancy caused liy th* removal from otto of William Peake, the defaulting city treasurer  1  Theodore H (’ase. the Republican nom I nee, was elected by I ta) majority peer Actin r Treasurer H Hi lilt*, th* Democratic nominee  The Seal FsNsehers Dalag Welt.  Has FRAM t» O, inly JR -The Dashing Wave arriv*"i here Humbly from Band I'olut, Alaska, bringing news of (he oral lug fleet. Tits v ease I a have all done well, lot v mg caught from NX) to I.. a) opals each The ran<tosvous for th* fleet this year was al Kootohi island instead of Hand Point.  Shut (Iff a Rase Hall Game.  Rocrmtkr, N. Y., July JR.—There was no base bali game at Windsor Beach Bun day. Hberitf Hodgson had Issued • prix Initiation slating that he and hto (top ut ie* would prevent the game being played, and the Rochester dab gracefully { yielded to the I nevi ta hto  Things Ara Nat Uhs They FT sr*.  Ij'SIn.k, July UR -The village of iloo-torfauo, iu Italy, has chosen a distinctively Protestant local government. The place was hitherto dominated by Roman Catholtoa. A tendency toward a similar •bange to visible in a Bomber of other village*.  A Bargain.  I BJS  (Thick Walls) with Waler in House Large Cellar.  lot QOxiao.  la Hpli-nilld INeighlmrhood, Handy lo Depot, al a Suer nice.  MUST BE SOLD.  Dorsey & Mann  310 Belle street.  rJBk  Jewel Vapor Stoves  ARR ALK VO WLK I Mi KI) THE  Simplest, Most Lasting and Economical  - REMAIN?-  Unchanged through Years  PlcttM* don't Im* gillie! info trying ei|i«>rlni«*nt*l nLivch.  Over .'MHI now In Mar In our city.  PIUS A HMH,  JIA Belle Hi.  A. J. HOWELL  DKALKK IN  CARPETS, CURTAINS CLOTHS, RUGS, &c  OIL  Our Prices  WILL BE FOUND  LOMfER- Considering Qualities and Styles-*  Than in any other house in Alton. In consequent* of the URB AT EXTENT of our SALES we ire enabled to do Bu si neat on n VERY CL(>Sfc MARGIN nod it U a roo ognized fact that we handle by far  LARGER QUANTITIES OF BOOBS  THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE CHT.  SPRIM SLITS.  I am now receiving a Urn* RO I varied atock of Cloths, in all th* prevailing shades, for 'spring Suit*, wtiie'i I an prepared to ttiaku up iu the  Most Fasliionablel Stvles,  GUARANTEEING  A Perfect Fit,  Reasonable Rates and  Complete Satisfaction.  H. C. G. Montz. 112 Third st.  X . vir mmmm    !'•»«    I  •••WMS  -sr sdvsoUtfvs u>    eu»    *    sues    tote.    wits    (asset; s « om>s«  qLTFIT FHfcfL W* nuwatns en Kwriw Wwss KfftoSWn rsivae*. HI. .Vins Mtisss n rekskle^   

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