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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 9, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH. VOLUMK 2)>. ALTON, ILL., IV EDN HHD AY EVENING. .JULY ». 1890. no 330 CASTORIA for Infants and Children. moUM***1*** WI wed adapted lo ehOdren that ueapMriartoaayprrempOoa I H A Aam*., M D., Oxtail St., Brooklyn, » T. CMtoHa cures CVJP*. rvwGpMinn, Axir Hu nnA. li Inarrtur*, RrueWMon, KUI. W omul, (pres Weep, Md promotes 4k f nil im. Without injurious I Th. Cnmtm CoufMjrr, Ti Murrey Street, N. Y. Ready Mixed Paints I Oils - ACiKNTS FOK 'HIK— St. Louis Varnish Co. Fine VARNISHES aud JAPANS. (taler Oak gloves ami Italics Black Diamond and A*Im»»U>* Roofing. Building and Sheeter Paper. Force, Lift and Spraying Pumps New Home and White Sewing Machines; $30 each. Agents for the Celebrated Meter Fan laws. —FIN?. LINK OF— The House Concurs in the Senate Amendments TO THE BILL ADMITTING THE STATE. Other W«tS Done by the National Lit*- j tatar* -Tt»»» ( onlrrrnrr Hr port on th* Whrr Hilt Com*-. Ip iii th** kenat*—• Why V«»t \Vs:S ’.tit« \nail.-I fr«« Cnln* »**—< nutcutti IC I ret Ion < ..rn l)li|iui«4 of iii Favor of Demorrat*. Wash in*, tux City, July it—The senate T ut**'l.iy after routine bu a1 iii- . took up til. conference report on the .liver hill Yet said that lie would vote against the report A large majority of the senate had voted for the fn-*- coinage of silver, hut the conference rej.ort absolutely did Awny with nil Idea of free coinage, and j continued, nnd wit. intended to continue, the .y.tein under which silver hod !**«*ii persistently and constantly detruded since IS7S. He wen Anxious to nee no ab-to Ute parity between the tiro nuitals as n>on«y metals. He would Ilk'' to nee the time when sixteen ounces of silver would purchase an ouuue of gold, and when an ounce of gold would continue (aw at present) to purchase sixteen ounces of silver, At 3 o’clock the silver question In tho senate waa laid over until We* I need ay, and the senate proceeded with eulogies on the late Representative 8. 8. Cox. House Proceeding*. In the house Tuesday senate amend ment. were concurred in to the bouse hill for the ail mission of the state of Wyoming. On motion of ( utcbeoo, of Michigan, .enate amendments were concurred iu to house hill granting right of way through the United State* military reser vat iou al 8t. Augustine, Fla., to the Jack* win Ville, St Augustine and Halifax River Railroad company, and on motion of Carey, of Wyoming, wnate amendment, were concurred in to house MU for the disposal of at ai twinned military reservation* In Wyoming. The speaker having laid before the house senate Mil to adttpt regulations for preventing collisions at m a, Dingley of Maine, asked for its immediate P* •*** Urn. Bogies and Sp? Wagons Seethe Best ROAD CART in the Wor,d for $1°* IK. JOHNSTON, Hardware Co. hardware and Farm Machinery, Alton, 111. VK KROCK ALL COMPETITION. < .rand Special Halo in Pantaloons Suits or Muds to Order. ERFECT FIT AHD SATISFACTION 60ABANTEED AT BRU EGGE MAN’S Artistic Tailoring and Gent ! FumiiHing Good! Emporium, *221 Piasa street. Aob I m men ady popular hccanse thy are strictly *r*t-eU*», filly warraateic and still eely medium la price. Are the heat la Hie war!* ad ether, for year*. Over ■ae. The people are hound best, and will have »#ee but Oar prices are the lowest either time payments or ca toners prefer.    _    . Call anil tee «s, or nend for tau-loo** and fall ialorauiUoa. ESTEY & CAMI 233 State Street, Chicago. WSI. Louis HOU* DIO A 018 Olive St- Mention this f*f*r CmtMtfil Elect I on ( mu. WA tuaotb!* ClTT, July 8.—Two more OBtttostod election case* w ere decided by the house committee on elections Tueaday. These were the case, of Hill, Republican, against Catching., Democrat, from the Third Mississippi district, and Kernaghan. Republican, against Hooker, Democrat, from th# Seventh Mississippi district. In each cose the committee decided la favor (rf the Democrat ic contest#**. The <■««*• of Goodrich against Bullock, from the .Stolid Florida district, was discussed by the committee, hut action on it waa postponed for a week The Republican member* of the committee seemed to he in favor of ■eating Mr. Goodrich. genal. Coin in I Hee «u* ria.nee, WAMKUtoTo* City, July A—The senate committee on finance met Tuesday morning to consider the nominations of th# five general appraisers sent to the senate recently by the president. Telegram, wen- laid la-fore th.* committee ben New York I rn {Hurters urging the committee to suspend action on the iiominations of Messrs .Sharp and Jewell, of New York, {s-nding the tiling of charges of iseompe-i tansy. Alt of the nomination* were a1* i to go over temporarily. The committee will hold a special meeting probably on Thursday next to consider them. ONE LODGE UNREPRESENTED. Mr cling of the Grand Lodge ol Elk. at Cleveland. CUEVKI.AND, (Milo, July #.-Tbe Elk reunion here came to a close Monday night, and the only busine*, on hand for Tuesday morning waa the opening meeting of the grand lodge. Dr. Sinton Quintin, of (hi-eago, exalted grand ruler of the organist lion rapped the meeting to order abort ly before noon and the committee uu erodes ti.I. retired to prepare a re{*ort. The roll call developed the fact that every hslge hut one was represent# Mn Die meeting The absentee was New York, No. I. which atune time ago raised objection to the hold tug of grand lodge meet ings outside of I New York city. The only business done ai the opening seaidou was that of organising and preparing for the knotty problem- that will have to be solved before the meet lug adjourns. A nut her Victim af th* Halt* 14 s. ("HAW KOTOV, W. Va., July#. - Detective J. W. Nu pier. better known a* “Kentucky Hill" has been myster'ousiy missing for ac vers! week*. Wb*n lest ase# he was at Karine, Boone county, and wee ob his way to I »g*i‘ county with the avowed in Lotion * f arresting the llatlields on war rants < ( urging them with the murder of Dave .Stratton, at Brownstown, 'then be left Kanawha la* promise I to write to one of his friends herr, and although the letter bas I st* u expected for fully two awks it has md yet arrived. His friends fear that be has b.*en foully dealt with and will never again I* seru alive. The Teachers al Ut. Taal. ST. Fai l Minn , July #.-Special trains Tuesday morning brought several thou wnd teachers to th# city, and it is ceti mated there are now 12.UG strangers in the city aud more are experted. The via hors were formally welcomed to Miune w>tnard 8L Haul bv the governor nod civic official*. At Tuesday Ii session of the national council of adm alloo the following oA< vt* were elected; President, S ll I Va I Katy, of Ulitiois. rice president. A J Kickoff, of New York; secretary. D. 8. Hie hie, of Minnesota. Th# eoum U then adjourned. Ta® Women fight a Dad. Knoxville Tenn., July SA.-Nannie Id tad liger and Stella Cole, two disreputable women, fought n duel Moo* I ay morn* lug with knives over a man named Matt Hr»<)lay. Libainger waa carved to pieces nnd instantly killed. Th.* ( ole woman was mu seriously hurt, she is under are 1 rest The dead woman was raised at I london, in this state, the Uoie woman 1 came from Cincinnati recently. STRIKERS ON PARADE. Vive Thousand Cloak Makers Marek Througk New York afreets. lf KW York, July #.—The striking cloak milkers, r»,dti strong, paraded at 2 o’cloek Tin -aday afternoon, and dispite the signs of poverty and distress shown ou the feces of many of the marchers the parade presented a ere litable appearance. The long-rxpeeled evictions of many of the poor families of cloak makers began Monday night. It was little that the unfortunate people had to move out of their moms when the instructions of the landlords were carried out. Everything of any value •md long ago found its way to the pawnshop These famdies late Monday night received temporary shelter. It was asserted Tm- lay that many other families have revived dispossess notices and are momentarily experting eviction. What Is et.* <’i.ig more than a little excitement st Die headquarters of the cloak cutters is the report that the manufacturers may be indicted by Ute grand jury for conspiracy. It wa* given out from an authoritative source that there waa little doubt that tic* grand Jury would bring indie menu against the rn mufacturers' association. Admit* He I* a Lunatic P.»up«*r. Fwr.DEUKK, Md., July#.—Dr. Harrison Wagner, the litigant, who has been confined in the county Jail here for three weeks, having bern arreatod under a petition in lunacy, was taken before the ritxult court on a writ of lialx-as corpn*. He admit ted that he is a lunatic pauper, and it was ordered he be delivered into the custody of Hamas Wagner, his brother, of Ohio, to he taken by him to that state. His brother agrees to um* lib U-t endeavors to prevent him from tbe further prosecution of bis suits against residents of Maryland, and the Adams Express company. Murdered la fold lllotul. Mambos, NVI#., Jul# #.—A man named Reichert, who keep* a saloon at I Wigtown, Sauk county, abut aud killed Dan O’ll earn, of Chicago, Monday, Reichert ami O’Hasnt bad an altercation, and O’Hearn making some remark of a dlsa* giveable nature, started to go away. Reichert took down bb rifle, folio wed O'I learn, and liefore the bystander* could Interfere drew a bead on the retreating man and fired, killing bim Instantly, Reichert is in east sty. There are threats of lynching, ami all basto is being made with the murderer to J xii at Baraboo. Ar* Working Nine Hours a Day. Boston, July ll.—A large number of the CMMi|H-rs cd Boston and its vicinity have old aine* I the nine hour lala>r day, with out reduction cd wags*, to obtain which they organised three months ago At a meeting of I slier assembly 4,bin Monday night their committee reported that the following ale brewer)-* had conceded the nine hours with ten-hours’ pay:    Ranter A Co., John R. Alley, Kenny Ac Co, McCormack and J. Boother. The lager Iwer breweries have not been heard from, but they are expected to grant the demand. Yr** Liquor fur Teas*. COLLI>sYHXK, Tex., July A train which went through Range creek bridge near here 8ii ii*lay wa* loaded with beer ami liquors The nativea from the surrounding country were not long in learning how much good stuff wan going to waste, and in it few hours nearly the whole township was drunk. Barrels of liquoc that went through the wreck intact wire horst open by tile maudlin crowd, which literally swam in liquor. Official* tried to prevent th# **f)en defiance of the law, but were he) pleas. IIDmsrek to American st intent*. Hum.*. July ll.—In reply to an invitation by American students to Prince Bismarck to be present at their I <>urth of July fete*- at Rottlngen, Hie ex-chaucellor wrote to English; “Of four distinguished Americana to be honored by memorial tablets I had the privitog- of counting two among my intimate frieuda Motley sud Bancroft. I am, therefore doubly aorry that it is impossible for me to take part in your interesting ceremony.” "I The Pythian Army Given a Royal Reception. MAYOR PECK’S WELCOMING ADDRESS HU Remark* Frequently Interrupted ky Applnnse -The Kepty Mnde by Past *n« pi. me (Tomeelier John P. Linton, «f Penns? J ranis—A Monster Parade of Mr Knight*Throng)! the Street* of tha City Witnessed by Thousand*. Milwai KEE. July#.—ThePythiau army and their friend, were welcomed to MU Waukee and Wisconsin in right roynl style Tuesday morning. The members of tit* supreme lodge marched from th* Plankinton house in a body to the exposition building, tieing escorted by the local committee and Gen. Carnahan and staff of the uniform rank. Upon reaching the building Supreme Master at-Artua Roltert Newell escorted the supreme rep-resent stives to the seats prepared for them A Bargain. FEYEN ROOK BRI K MU (Thick Walla) with Water In House I sarge Cellar. LOT 60x1130. In Hplendld ‘Neighborhood, Handy to Depot, at a Sacrifice. MUST BE SOLD. Mann 310 e lie street. ghttl Up acorea of *d«*s». PREVIDI SI K, R. L, July A—The license of every saloon here expired twmity days ago, and, pending the decision of the II-c-ii-M* board upon their applications for new permits their proprietors were allowed to keep Sheir places open Mon day an ord.-f was flveu for every unll-is*n*e I place to clo*** Ila d*s»rs At otto#, and it was obeyed under pressure of iustoat arrest aiel prosecution. 8core* of aaloona are now clMrt. Sun •*•.!■ I Faraehute Jump. Maxi iii*si t it. N. IL, July —Monday afternoon at the Manchester Driving (mrk Ph.fvssor Cliff Jones made a succaasful pars* hut# Jump from a taal loo*, floating at the height of about 4,IX** feet For severs! humlre.t feet the parachute fell like a alout. i* then opened and Ila fail was retarded. ii lauded I,atli) feet from the starting point. The balloon cam* down uninjured about a mile away ll* rn. .I tkr t naaty K«« wr4a. Lig’Uivill*. Ky , July# -it la reportod OO good authority that the warring faction* at Harlan court ho ise Thursday night burned the coart house with ail the iv, ,,rda. No confirmation i* poasibie at preacnt.    _ Death of a Fleet Ka -hor##, j;xw YoliX. July # •—The 8-yearsdd bay Colt I balmony, by Lisbon, dam Patrimony, awned by (>rveti Ii Morris, died Monday of lockjaw. Aa liutalt lo Gar Flag. lUMtLTfX, (ABL, July # -On Friday last at Mount Hope, l inlertaker Joel hmith boistrtl the stars anil st ripes tuner Ins residence in honor of tin* Fourth. A deputation of neighboring fnr.*i**rs re quested bs r*m tvai. bat .’s nitu declined, j whereupon th.* flag was riddlwl with bul let* mid divided among the crt»wd A flag raised ii) Smith met a similar fate. f rpliMtos af Fire It* ta p. ptrrsHi UU, pa., July #.-By the ex phstion of fire damp in the Bucker* ilia mines, near Rankin Station. Pa.. Monday, five miner* were seriously but not fatally injured. Th-dr names were: John Jones, William Spen'"1’. Joh*i IC dl 'y, John Carter ami Hobart Craig. Their i a juries comdt* of severe bura* ami Itruises. Th* BL Low!* Or* wad *t**l t'aaspaa?. ST. DtU’ta, July t—The St Louis Ore and Steel company has applied in the United tate* circuit court for a receiver. The Ismtlisl indebtedness of to.* ctunpany j. g|,7UL),tYx> TUI* step is taken to prevent a multiplicity of suits and the attachment of the iron Mmtntiin ani Pilot Knob pnqierties  ___________ Turk*? Make* rn Dem awd. toKDOl, July #.—I Imp Turkish govern meat bas rent a new note to I bt* Hritiah govern meat d* m sliding th «t it fix,* date upon w deb Egypt obi be eta*unfed by the llritis « I ms p* w It I < ut tie right of again occupying th ti country* Xlui * l»y a De* and D-e.l, HT. .tiuteri', Mix. Jal *• Grw i Clark, a farm, r residing ten in-Ivs south of St, Joseph, wa** st ting in tim left to* Sunday night by a Loury ba* aud di«d Ut right a I. WILLEY,    oui. ti wa nu. ALC WU ITB.    OB JOT ■ A MSU. pudmink . r K*lo.i ta or ri’Mt ca rn the stage Some 2.UM knights had lathered in the mammoth au.lilortnm to litten to th** address** of welcome and the responses. Mayor Peck. who welcomad the knights on lwhalf of tile ( ream City, wa* the first to speak, and he wa* frequently Interrupted by applause. He made a characteristic address, and he brought down the house w lien lie eloped by assuring the kuights thut all they ha-1 to do was. in the language of the poet, to touch the button and whatever they might want would come at once. Other Speaker*. Po us rum Hoard follow.*<l in a brief but appropriate welcoming Bidree*, iu w hich he referre.1 to tim splendid work lieing done by the order of Knight* of l*ythla*. On behalf of if..* knight* of Wisconsin Grand Chancellor K. Ii. Hoskins, of Fond du Ism. *(M)ke feelingly and elnqueaUy. In reply to ult these hearty welcome# to the most ht»-pital»le state ant city in Hie Union Fa*t Sn pre me (Ti anes! toe John I*. Unum, of Johnstown, Pa., responded most appropriately in an »*xtemp**raneous but well-timed add re*- Att e conclusion of there ceremonies, which *.i*l not twcupy an houF# time, the supreme lo-lg.- wa* escorted to the West Side Turner hall, where Supreme Vice Chancellor Shaw opened the lir*t aeiaa. I lion. Lid* UU l'*r»it*. AII of the officers and rep recent .Hives except Supreme Chancellor Ward were present, The reports til the variotui *u preme officers were offered and accepted, when the supreme body adjourned until WtdnefUjf morning. The grand {Mirada, participated in by thousands upon tbouvarid* of brave knights, moved promptly at 4 o’clock in tlie afternoon, Gen. Carnahan commanding. The st reels all along the line of march were filled with people who w atch ed the magnificent army of red plumes and helm* ta as they proudly marched by. Death of Rev. J P. f oak*?. Dl’Bt Qt'X, Iowa, July l-Tto Rev. J. P. Con key, a well known Pre*b)’t«r ,so clergy man of Iowa, died at bls re-ode nee in this city Monday morning after several weeks Ulm***. Ilia age *m «7 years. He waa formerly pastor of the First Presbyterian church of this city. Ile wa# pastor at different times of two Presbyterian churches iii Pbtladel phis. About six years ago he retired from the ministry owing to falling health. K*rtoa* Railway Wreck. NKW IGUHX. N. Y.t July • -There wa* a serious wreck ou the Ontario and It cetera rat I rom I at Gilleta, ai-out one mile 1 east of Si.ley. The mail tram No. I ran into a roach on milk train No f demolishing It aud disabling the engine on the I ex pre**. The Rev. Jacob Frrehinan, of ; New York, eras badly cat attent tbs head. | Francis Endicott, of the editorial Huff of Outing, waa slightly Injured, but contin ued his journey to the Adirondneka       - -1 "**” ■    j nut ta More Their I’lsat. WlLKDItWil. Ph-. Jxlf fc—There is a rumor here that one of the largest lac# manufacturing firm* In Nottingham, England, has lately communicated with the proprietor* of the Wilkcatairre lace factory, upon the subject of transferring the Nottingham fas t >ry with all it* machinery to WilketJurre. ami rot. sol Histing aith the factory left* thus making It the largest plant of the kind iu the world. W aal ta l»i** M*« a D- a*l I****. July k—Tha Roman ('atboites of south Germany and Austria ate Jointly preparing a {m > Ilion which will shortly be pn*w ut«d to Emperor Francis Joseph, I pray in t the Austrian kaiser to »un)mon a Kuro)>e in ougress of Roman Cai bol lea to ; assemble at Vienna to discuss the ques thin of the rostof *tiot) of the U mbral {lower **f the pope Am I lot I sa M arder Ramared. CHAMBXUL.U*. 8. 8., July k -Several days ago D. W. Spalding, clerk of the mal ria for this county, accompanied by an Indian nainad Nogay, toft here for the interior of the riser vs-, ton for the purp-ue of pf apert lug for Owl Intense excuse ment was caused iu *hi» city Monday by the report brought bro that Mr. Spalding and his companion bad been killed by In dtan*.    __ Will U* Lrnrkwi Shortly. Jacks*AVILLA, FUL, July .—A *{»ecial to The Time* Union from Live Dak nays: A notorious negro outlaw, supposed to be lim Brewer tbs Jessup murderer, who ai*o shot a deputy sheriff at ltosnlwau I ant week, was capt ired lit tins county Sunday night by Sheriff Pofdam- • cr sud Deputy Tedder He is now in the Suanee county Jail. rvrra ARK ACKNOWLEDGED THE simplest. Most Lasting and Economical - REMAINS Unchanged through Years I'lruae don’t be nulled Into try Btu experimental sloven. Over HOO now lit use In our city. fins & hull, 315 Belle st. A. J. HOWELL DKAKKR IN CARPETS, CURTAINS, OIL CLOT US, RUGS, Ac. O  ...........- Our Prices WILL BK FOUND LOWER- Considering Qualities and Styles- Then in uv other house in Alton. In coo toque nee of the GREAT EXTENT of our SALKS we ar* enabled to do Bual (ieee on n VKRY CLOSE MARGIN and it ie a rec* ognixed fact (ital we handle by far LARGER QUANTITIES OF GOODS THAN ANY OTR KR ROUSS IN TUR CITY. SPRING SUITS. I am now receiving a large and varied stock of Ci d tis. in all the prevailing shades, for Spring Suita, which I arn prepared to make tip in Uu Most Fashionable! Styles, GUARANTEEING A Perfect Fit, Reasonable Rates and Complete Satisfaction. H.C. G. Moritz. 112 Third st. WI • I m»* RI I'Yr * Vt. Ka. % UY .-a,. —. .    IMM e*w5ekk UwtavF aas *-.« •*•* Plflk PUP Mi.. . , LJ taqiutaif*. (WW* niar vM. auk fM***Utre W>*y»»m** •L’xrrr I iikk- u*»aa**«u** vMi rn i kirnn wmrnmmmw» -  ---     IIL    IT-' R It QTM KB*. Xirarrms, CX ;