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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - February 19, 1885, Alton, Illinois                                VOLUME THURSDAY FEBRUARY NUMBER Lucas IJCNEHAL SUPEUINTKNDKVI AND MECHANICAL Ices Third of third Jrauglitsniivn and General Sit nocoml story 1VNH 1btJtt A store m Box 0 ALTON JORfll OUOCKS9OB TO BAUttll A IIOKfJHAVN Uoalor In and Manufacturer SECOND WITV All klntlh ol nnu uud coiiiiiion limiltui bnntantlvin AlV UNDERTAKERS A FULL LIXI4 OF ROBES FUNERAL Iwnyson Flornl any Hodiet1 properly und curotully pru ervtid for luirliit of fioin 7 in to 7 Af er bonrHeitn b found ut the ol Samuel Stacit 8ec ghd ctooi ttuni on Uutlo KLUKK leadyMade Metalio Caskets And Burial Robts For Gentlomen and ice and Shop on State street erGartB Will attend to and UdoalrliiK iHd iRHEUMATICLINIMENTiES f li Iho QrolPit Puiii Killer In Ihoj NcuJ Tuoth tllinil Son lluriin nnil nnil nil j iliMiliy of or JTinl gviit un lUtcijit gfg Ri5 IAGUE Sis tlio Beil Mnllclno on It aCuies ChiUaauil 1iivcr iufiumS toff S5 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Builc r I5n REAL ESTATE FOR SALE OR Rudersnausen For A choice farm ol 320 with llrst oliiss its inllua oust of Clwtlton For sale A one story lionso In Rood to For Sulu Tlio resilience of V Noblo two etoileanl munxuid ronfj la 4 8 of desirable propnitv In tlio For A eood and eonvenlmit farm of 170 uc artjotnlnit 1ortnKUi sOlmrles Mo 105 ucrea For double ouo story lirlrk dwolllnu lionso wlti 8 rooms and coll In trood condition and convunUintly looiitoil to For lanil noiir tlvo city on Stmo A Mturv fruinu dwnlllnn hoiirin with InlHhud Htnnn and H ry Drlcli mid truniR dwillins mi iiHMiwt Stmo Htrint bctwiwn Kill and 7IH HI vtn nUo the block of aloriw on Second liniwnon Henry and known as Hunlurx For A mnall franio dwillln IMIIJH within n no blocka ol thu dopot lor for Tlio two Htwry fraiii dwelling housn situ Htdiin the auntliwiHl cm niir nl KlKhth and niiwdconnl nv Mra acres fviiod liirmuu and tract nf 1IX liom nnlmpnivcd bitmui III HI It Ml till plf IICIH third For Alarmol nn Mottom all In near In thfH A jwod inline dwdlllnK liouim on A twoatorv fiatnc liiiildinu and trood om ttiiviateil nn a mioucrc i ground in town of Itru Oallioun I ntii for A ionvenlont lann il un most fill In nltiintnd ilO IJcthalto inllcHfrom TllOold Nrvllll plilKP 111 tlppei llClnu vciy near 7 ucrni ol with a lli irnnie and KnltiiMi tor krHrlPnlilff To ny ptirsoriM ohialn letlti pttHiit on iiniiroveMnntvi 1 will and catioiiH and make uppllmitlmH for In piimon or by In LUCAS Winter Arrangement Tim Ntuiiniur i O Unlll fiirllmi nllleii Ilio Hiislo will run HM FOB LOUIS WKHSKSDAV ut 7 ool ok und n Him trip ul i Anil for Ioitn JiMviV and wn on in uirlviil o Ilio u oclockinoiiiliKiriiln toui WlilHtln wH bturtli gl r To U Tiitr i UlPisa u i FROM A Personal Row in tho Pensions Huron u a Oold en The Labor Contract We Have Iaorase Without An E Urging D Biil lor a N w Stand ard ol ennes Water February II Is oxpcolcd Hint tomortow 1cnslou Kxainiuur liuthbono will live biluru Warners Bouuty and Duckpay which will nittla II rather uncomfortable for Ien B n omniiasionor Tlie two pciiUoiiieii arc at nnil clulins that his actions tlurini the campaign were iiilorscil by who was then Acting Comnils of and thai when he nske I Olurliu If he should lly a ruiiiicst made by ex BiCiftary of the Treasury and in to Indianapolis ami asrist In spot Clarke replied In the un I udilutl Do all you can forihc While the llcnt Is of u puifonitl it is being used for all il is worth by Democ atio members of thu committee 10 show the connection oi the IVnsiufi Olllce with the late Tho Labor Ojntraot February foreiun contract labor us it passed the provides tint It shall be un lawful to piopny the oi assist he Immigration f any loveianors Into tbu Uniieil Hlaiis under labor contracts pre viously entered For every Inlrlugu niiiH of iliis act ihere sluill be recovereil In t ie conitwol the UniteJ a line oi and every ship nmsierknowiimly Into the United Suites such pauper contract shall bu lined 8500 for each lab rer so The House jirovlslon glviiu a of the tines recovered to the person the Milt ami il is made the ul the United Stales Districl Attor bring suit under ihis Shall Wo Have a Ntvy P February ppenis to be generally conucdutl that the lonffell want of the will be In the next fouryeurs prob ablv will be spent iu our floaliu deiunsi in sonic of re It Is sujiresteJ to Con gress that the Washington Navyyard Is one of the best places in the world to biiltl two or three the new Ialready tlie liest ordnance yard In the and Us plant us a navy yard la An luoreaaa Without an February The House Committee on Bounty and today examined Sawyer who is in charge of statis tics and special ugent of the Pension The effect of ills testimony was to show tlw there hud been an Increase of an hniidred and fifty special ftuonts by the of the last which had increased the cost of tho service fiftytwo pur while the Increase In the work accomplished wus but seven per TJwinar Dorsholmera 221 February Hdwixids Pterrepout was heard by the Ilousetommlitce on un I Measures today In support of DorB heimers new silver dollar He ureed its pnssupi us necessary to stability to tin mid said if It was not passed nch negiect would make an extra session ueeessarv and if such a session was not there woul I be serious financial disturbances before the next regular Cabinet February 1r inlii nl Democratic H nators say that Uayar Sarlund and Lanmrhave 8Uicly been as nieniners of Clevelands None of the Len tlemeii will admit that MUCH is the on the other do ihcy deny of Pen isyl nnd of Now nro liiolfil iiy li lends us having said tint Jndai1 liinniaii will surely bo invited in to the Cluyniioa February Recritiiry ill the case of Tallinn the Tim u o inclinliirj Tnlbtris decided in fuvnr of the ol Ie The Inid In ciiiUlns tlic reservoir which l with Olil 11 Ill CU f Foruary Jui Seniiliirs Here picKcnlut pray ers ibis Ili fore tho toll cull loi iibstiiUis eiiiiijil hiiiutiis were ill the a and Iho Chair Mlihil u ol Hie Mnlne ilnniir the placing of Grunt on the iiMiivd Al the Semite went Into cxeeniive i the nomlmi tion of K r fur of ViieClr cul Ciiini of UK Norlliern District of Tlic doorn were opened with oni and rusuiiud ttio of I III bill to qmol tllleM to Moines r emlinued thu to llm LIIIIO was thus coii fciniKil until one whim 1ic for oiun contract labor bill cumo before the In the conrsi of MoPhniHon made u which was received with exclaiiiutiona of surprise by Kcnotor ieorffe und lit said on repre sentation hclni made lint laboreiB lu iluss fiiclorles were not sulllclenlly pro IoincKNs inrriUMi I Iho duly on whiMeiipon i hi1 niiiunfacinrers Im nedhilely ilnnunde I ilial the hibor lis should to a reducllou II ten per Ill their him the men the inaiinlaclniefH ImpurUd llrlglans tit Itiku the frj sinil and wauii that did not work they Imported poods and paid the duty on them In order to keep their own men out of From that there were other evils than those named In the bill against which U was nectssiuy to protect They should be protected from combina tions of mannfacturers which prevented their receiving a fnlr shavo the benefits of the in1 opposition to tho made a utronu free trade ho II Wiis the purpose of the Sen ate to help why give n shadow he asked for a substance Why titke a year out of his pocket lu tariff duties on the noc cssurlos of life and offer him in exchange this Inoperative He asserted that to cairy tho principals of the bill to Its logical con It would be necessary to punish the alien laborer who cainu hore under contract ns well as the company or per son who bronchi him He moved ns an amendment n substitute for the bill to this effect Inflicting n Hue of and one yi nrs inipiinosiment on the anl a fine of nn the wltn various oilier The iiiiKudinent offered by Lap striklni out from the bill the provi sion that onehalf oi tlie penalties re covered should uo to the bringing suits for violations of aiTfrpractically limiting the power of prosecution uiiiler DIP ucito the United suites District At were On motion of it was made the duty oi United Sloles District Attor neys to prosecute these cases at the ex pense of the Unit d Ilawlev moved to refer the whole bill to the Judiciary with lu st ructions to report not later than tho 20th a bill which would move of fee ually reach the ends really aimed The bill was then At S15 the Senate went luto ex ecutive and lifter i Iscussmg the name ol Kniory Spuer of Georgia to DC United States District Judge for Hit Northern District of Georgia until six reached a which resulted In Specru con Urina against Halo voted against confirmation and Brown of jeorgli iu favor The remainder of the vote was drawn on partisan tbo Itepu I cuns vo im for and the Democrats ngiiinst When Ihe doors were reopened at Ihe Senate On reassembling In continuation of yes terdays the House immediately went Into committee of the whole ou the river und harbor liuync of Pennsylvania spoke In opposition to the appropriation Tor Ih Lower 1oller of Maryland spoke in op position lo Ihe llennepin Canal Willis of from the Hlver and Harbor submitted a for the entire Galveston harbor It appropriates for cxaininn Ion and surveys of the harbor by a board to be created for ilio who shall report to Con gress throuih the Secretary oi On a proposition to ameutMhe sub no quorum At tho committee arose anil the House At 11 the House was culled to or der for lodavs Alter some delay the lionso passed the bill approprlstiti for a public building at from the Committee oir For eign reported n bill creating Iho new comm Hewlti d New from tbe WHYS und Menus reported a bill amending the tariff act of In relation to the duty on Sumatra Placed on th Hogers of from the Committee on Bounty and Back reported back to the Senate the bill the puy of in penton and other llorr offered enbsillmc Intended as H which was voted The llHj fnscd to consider the und it was placed on At two oclock lie morning honr was sol nnd Kentucky moved lo go Into comml toe of the whole on the river and harbor 11 inch ins of New York antagon ized this wllh Iho naval upp opriatlon Pending u yea and nay Uurnes ol Missouri renorled the gen era1 dctloteiiiv appropriation and iruve notice he would call It up aMer the naval bill was disposed Tho dcllcieney Wll nppnipri Ilnicnliis was disagreed to IdL on motion of Wil went int i commlllee of tlio whole on tho river and harbor The commit tee amendment respecting ialveslon har bor was a j reed 10n to llolman then offeied an amend ment providing thul the money shall not be exiH u It d until a lireiikwater Is erect ed by the owners of Cef ain wharves on the This was Ochiltree oi Tcxus rose and Haiti h hitl jono to Holinun iiitl asked who wus Ihe author ol tlie statement mi which he bin nni n llolmau h d uivi n him Ihe mime of liobert a resi dent of formerly of Texas Unit he h id said to anil now sanl to the House lint this hud leli Ids country lor his countrys Ins was at Hie lieu I if an limiiiie lolilty scheme Iinil Cries ol order Post of Ienns Ivmila und much Inslsled that tills wunot it ipi si ion of peiviuiml MI ell ha m out of tbball he Iinil licen attacked by lids WIKI with a Ihriiiiunlng ulll he would see him He was ready to meet or iinybctlv Ifcncwed url iis iiineiiilniiits minor Items 111 the bill were offered by members repre senting Hie some of uppronriatlous by Miiall were ulopi bill as a rule they were vole i Without reiichln lle htrjc points In he iiid ut 0 the House took a recess until ton oclock to February Bxecutivn IIUH April Lii IM u day ol liuinlllatlon und MlnntuHtiiU IJtiruud NHW Kebiuarv lire this lilt11 noon at of Mlnula iOH 1C Tenth eunsed a to building und ON THE The Force at Which Was to Have Attacked Metum nch oil Falls Back to the Aba Klea Wells Before Largo Beinforoemonts Under El for Tha French Fleet Repulsed Four Tttnoa Before Mastering the Chinese Men ofWor in the Ning The ON TllK February Sir RedveiK who was expected to at tack Meieinneh ou Sunday sends word that the rebels appeared iu such force as to mako the result of an attack and In the absence of positive orders to move upon tho town he con sidered It advisable to retire from his somewhat exposed position and await He there fore abandoned Gubat and retreated as fur OH the Aba Klea The move ment was conducted so promptly and nn expcctodly that tho Arabs did not notice It until Kevoral hours after the march had and the column Wfta not IIu Intends to further retire as far as Gskdul and there wait for It is now believed that he will in strucieil to continue his retrograde move to and thut uo further attempt to advance will be made until the remaining regiments oi tho expedition have arrived at this General Buller reports that the Mahdi la advancing toward Mclenineh with men and was within twenty miles of that pliice when the English began their re An advnnc e force of men had reiicheil within seven miles of Gu They were armed and carried five field RKPULSKD POUR February French fleet was repulsed four times before It snc needcd In sinking or driving ofl the Chi nese tuenofvtnr in the engagement In tho Niug Io THE DUTY ON February committee of the Chamber of Deputies have rejected the proposal to Increase the duty on STILL BUT February Lowell was still alive at but her death was hourly A TEST OF A Ground Military Tournament to Be Held in New KKW February military test of physical endurance Is to be made In this city In The plan originates with Edward Paysou the pedes and Is indorsed by General David Dudley James and others equally ell as well as tlie commanding officers of a ma jority of tho In the first and second divisions of the National SurgeonGeneral of has arranged to select teu men from the volunteer regi ments In London to take Twenty thousand dollars will be offered In the contests to take place at Madison Square Garden from May 4th to Each contest will cover flve and one half rest being enforced be tween I and 6 Kacli competitor will appear In iatlgue uniform lu heavy marching carrying flftyslx The tlrat prize In each class Is 82 Amons the Classen of competi tors will bu members of military regi ments from Ohio aud iiuiny other A Genuine Case of February genuine cane of oriental leprosy has just bofin discovered in tne county The patient IB Ah a Chinese pris who IH held on a charge of as SHU it to commit The authorl tien of tin Statu Penitentiary refused to receive and threw him back on the county The patient presents a loa lisouie llo IH now Isolated from all human Too Much Business tor the Capital In February TUCOIIIB Savings of New W made an assignment Tho llttbilllieB are not but are estimated ut from to The bunk been In existence about one vear ami was started by Wilson Wll ol Sun Wilson recently Tho eunse of the failure Is too many loans for tho capital THE BEST This combining Iron with pure voKotulile quickly am completely Cures f In nn iirimllVim remedy for DIsciiRCn peculiar to iincl till wlx litil ieileiitiiry li rtooh IIDI Injur tlu prniliieo iillur I inrlllis nidi Hie lumlinilutlonof re ievin lluiirtliiiiii iinil mid strengln tint muscles iinil nii For Iiitiimlttem of It mi him uliovd trnrto jnnrV ftim led linen jini fiiku no wit br HUH MIMIMIi   

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