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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - April 21, 1888, Alton, Illinois                                VOLUME 27 SATURDAY APKIL NUMBEB 276 Common Sense In tlio treatment of slight ailments BHVO a vast amount of sickness and One of Ayers taken after will assist Digestion j taken at will relieve Constipation j taken at any will correct irregu larities ot tlio Stomach and stimulate the cnro Sick Ayers as all know who use are a mild pleasant to and always prompt and satisfactory In their I con recommend Ayers Pills above all having long proved their value as a Cathartic for myself and Ayers Pills have been In use In my family upwards of twenty and have completely verified all that Is claimed for San I have used Ayors Pills In my fami ly for seven or eight Whenever I have an attack 01 to which I am very I take a dose of Ayers Pills and am always promptly I find them equally beneficial in colds in my they are used for bilious complaints and other disturb ances with effect that we rare if have to call a Hotel Sara toga Ayers PUEPAHED BY Ayer Sold by all Dealers in WHIFFLE REAL LOAN liKKUBSKNTING THE FOLLOWING FirstClass of America of Phlladelyhia German American Nortb British and London London Continental Olrard Glens Ameroan Central Firemens Western Assurance AND OTHEKS A CASH OAPITAI IN THK AGGREGATE OF W H ALSO RKPRBaENT THB Mutual Benefit of and Travelers JJife and Accident Ofioe Over Alton Third and State For AS room dwelling In good repair and will bo Bold cheap to oloso up an Wfflf PLE A The Ernest Blerbaum very desirable 180 S mtloa from on Bunker Hill Good 2 barns Flue fruits and good WUIPPUS For Bant The James homestead on Qeorce between Fourth and JTHth Good 7 room dwelling large In good A good 9room brick corapara tiToly lot corner Main and Hamilton VVUIFiLE For Elscht room dwelling oast sldo of Honry tmtween 4tU and 5th Residence of the late For The late residences of and on Mill two of fcui best pieces ol residence property In Tho property known asThe eastol above It lots on Mill and Summit an 3 a number of ot In Miller Mitchells addition to Any or all of above at a great WrVLPPLB A For The zstory frame dwelling with 9 rooms Including 7 lots good barn and flno fiults known as the Nichols situated on 12th 111 a deslraolo WHUPLK Jfor Five building lots on Alby and Market between Tenth and Twelfth WUIPPLK A lleslrnble Farm for Two and a half miles from 241 acres In section 18 und Two dwoll a und a wells 200 aoros 100 acres In flno blue Uoul In paying None too lillly to Known as Durfoo Long at 8 per on most of If do BAULK For Lime in good running with quarry and IS aorue of more or known n tho Shelly WHIPlLH A For Tiro story frame all in good on Ileasmit strnot o tioou For Sale or Rent Other Desirable Property not WHIPPLB Kennrtled are those who read this mid then act thoy will Und honorable employ nittuttlmtwUl not take thuiu frow their homes and laml The are large and tore lor industrious many have madii and aro ow making several hundred dollars It is eaiy for anyone to make fStinU per who la willing to younnorold j oupltal not j Bvorytltlng No tpooUl i reader can do It aa well os at once for full par rfle Afldrear Win PorttimUi JaiOtMra wlv A MOVE BY Q THE INTUIVSTATE COMMERCE COM MISSION APPEALED Tlio UrlavniiiiiHi of tho Strikers to HID CummlBHlon mid an Investigation tlin StrlhorH Hopo to KclgniTlinmpann Stoel Works to wltli XonCnlim April Burlington strik en have mndn a now A fmv dayB ngo tlioy enpigwl Alexander Hullivnn to propara a petition lo Mm Interstato connnorco oom Tlmt jietitloii states that the between the strikers and tue Q rnlntcH almost exclusively to wages sec that aro willing to submit their claim to nrliitiiitlnn that tho present forco of pngfneors on tho Q is incompetent that by reason of tlio employ ment of Mich incompetent engineers the Chi liiirlington Qulnuy road is not n safo one for tlm public to travel and undor its present nmimgemont It fails to perform Ito duty as a common Finally the and conclude as follows Without going into tho merits of tueso it is enough to say that in nil cases whoro strikes nnd where as a result of such strikes largo bodies of idlo men are likely to congre their presence attracts other largo bodies of the idle and dangerous elements of tho These latter are always anxious to advantage of any public ex citement enables them to pursue their voaition of It mani festly for the public good that tho condition of affairs which leads to tho presence of largo bodies of unemployed men should re if Sullivan waited upon Judge Cooley of tho commission and no promised to consider tho To a reporter Sullivan said Tho commission will take up tho strikers grievances and investigate It is to meet in Washington next Tuesday to finish up some work that was left After that it will come and I expect it will meet hero soon after or about May What will bo tho nature of the investiga tion It will include the causes of tho strike the demands of tho whether they are asking more than is paid by competitive and whether the Burlington is doing duty as n common We shall have witnesses from Ne and business men and to testify as to tho business now be ing done by tho Q engineers nnd Dromon from all over the country and mechanics to testify eonceinmg the competency of tho new men and in various ways subject tho Q to n thorough and exhaustive The Illi nois board took this but uot as completely as the interstate commission And what do you prove That the road is mismanaged and misrep resents its true state to tho WILL IGNORE UNION Tho Kdgar Thompson Steel WorkH at Itiad to Rusnuio April Phipps proprietors of tho Edgar Thompson Steel at have decided to resume operations next Mon day with nonunion The works have been closed down for four months on ac count of wage tho men refusing to accept a 10 per reduction or work twelve hours per turn instead of eight hours as Kumerous attempts to settle the strike have beou but tho union men have romained and tho firm lias finally decided to ignore Superintend ent Jones arrived Thursday from Now where ho was in conference with Andrew and immediately gave notice that tho works would be started up on Tho move was entirely It will bo strongly opposed by the Knights of La bor and trouble is Master Work man Doyle stated Thursday night that none of the union men would go to work and that without them tho firm could not Tho secret ballot to decide upon Car negies cooperativo which has been In progress for two closed Thurs day Only 518 votes out of nearly were but all of these favored tho acceptance of the companys More than half of the employes aro nonunion and it is expected that all of them will return to Tho places of those who re fuse tho companys terms will be filled by now Tho result of tho attempt to resume is awaited with When tho works aro in full operation between and man aro It was learned Thursday night that Super intendent Jonos has arranged to havo cots placed in tho mill for tho use of the work and that a number of deputy sheriffs will bo placed about tho grounds to protect the men who desire to Cleveland Jlrmvors to April is probable that tho brewers will A committee of tho Brewers union Thursday called on tho owners of all tho breweries with a yearly Without a single exception they refused to sign The men threaten to and it is probable that they will go out on though thoy may defer action until May whon tho contracts ex Tlio Cincinnati Ilrewmn April tho employes of Horoncourtti fiftythree In struck at 7 oclock Friday Tills makes a total of men now Tho boss brewers claimed Friday that thoy had se cured enough mmi to take the places of tho strikers and were running lit their full ca Great elforts will bo mado to got tho drivers and coopers to join In tlio KnlRlitH Will Tuku tho NEW April Workman of district assembly KnlghU of says tho knlghUi will take tho places of lockedout union browerymon wheruvor hocnuso tho brewers unions would not respond to his famous cull for a sympa thetic utrlko Homo lima Qimnr Aiitloa of mi Immno NEW April tho porter went into tho oflloo of Luytlvs Broad way and Prince ho found Abraham Hanson busily engaged In opening tho firms On bolng asked for an ex planation he Hixld Hod hud tent him there to got his breakfast and open the He added that thero was something wrong In tlio alfalin of tho ofllco and ho desired to find out what It In Jefferson court ho told Jus tice OHollly that something bluvk WUH coin ing out of his mouth and ho did not know whether it was his brains or a He was tent to tho tHumnlsslonerH of Ilunliitf Mill April plunlng mill of Jumos 180 MoWlutrtor Hwezeys stable and Mo DougoUs oarptmter adjoining wore en tirely destroyed by fire early Ft Iduy morn The low will reach A MORE HOPEFUL Tho Condi I Ion of Kmperor Frederick Much April emperor rested quietly during Thursday night secured very little Tho fever has somewhat abated nnd respiration is but this in only thought to bo one of the weak rallies of his constitution to stave off final Tho opinion is now generally hold among medical men that tho emperor is suffering from salt ci and that development has arrived nt a point whore no operation can A vail to postpone death boyone a few A great crowd waited all night in front of tlio castle nnd was increased to a great multi tude Thursday Tho latest report Ihsued was to tho effect that the emperor was somewhat better and hod taken some nourish ment during tho morning On tho whole his condition is more A bulletin issued by tho emperors physi cians says that tho condition of tho royal patient is much and that he breathes and that tho fever has much Oltrlcn licforo tho April Tho trial of William OBrien was begun Thursday at When the case was called OBriens demanded that the trial bo ad journed on the ground that the defendant hod not boon given time in which to prepare bis and bocauso tho bench was prej udiced by an article which appeared in The Dublin Daily Express and also by a state ment which was made in the house of com mons by The demands ot Healy were refused by tho and after the ex amination of some the caso was adjourned until Tuesday Appeals were tried in different parts of Ire land Thursday in nearly twenty cases of in citing to do nnd In every case tho sentence was Sontoncon April who was sentenced on March 0 to two months imprisonment for offenses under tho crimes had his sentence reduced Friday on ap peal to two Gilhooly has been serving a short term of imprisonment since he received tho two months Josoph who was sentenced in January to four months imprisonment for making a speech at Kihlysart had bis sentence reduced to three Cox has also been serving a short sentence since January for other alleged Will Hurry Dpthe April Is reported that tho marriage of Prince Honry of Prussia and Princess Irene of Hess will be hurried on ac count of tho emperors and that it will occur in a few The emperor has ordered the prosecution of every newspaper in tho empire which has printed insulting articles in reference to tho Empress Vic Helping Bradbaiigh Out with April Liberal members of parliament havo subscribed over to enablo Charles Bradlaugh to pay his fine and tho expenses of tho libel suit which Peters brought against Labouchore started the Seventeen Workmen April explosion oucurred Wednesday evening in tho Helen colliery at Workington nnd killed seventeen workmen and injured three of whom it is feared are fatally NIXON Her Son Says He Removed Her to Protect Her April It appears that tho removal of Nixon from nor homo Thursday night was accomplished by two do tectivos in tho employ of her Search for tho missing aged and paralytic lady was Thursday rewarded by finding her in a small house in tho south part of the The Frank confesses to removing her from Osborns tho nieces but assorts that its was done to protect his mothers for Ho alleges that Osborn would not allow oven her relatives to see Nixon that she bus appropriated largo sums belong ing to tho old and scheming to secure her fortune at hor Osborn assorts that Frank Nixon has tried on more than one occasion to got his mother to sign away her property to 8ho says Nixon is so childish as to be in capable of caring for and that tho if loft will certainly acquire osscsslons of hor Both sides ore preparing for n struggle for tho possession of tho old Tho liattlu of Lexington April Lexington Thursday celebrated tho 1 1rth anniversary of tho mem orable battle whoro tho first blood of the revolutionary war was Flags were fly ing on all public buildings and many houses wore At sunrise all tho bells in tho churches woro rung and cannon At 7 oclock tho ladies served an oldfashionod breakfast in the1 famous Massachusetts In tho afternoon public exorcises woro hold fil tho town hall and an address was deliv ered by In tho oven ing a ball was held in the town Nmv Aiiiorlcim April April two largo vessels will bo launched from tho shipbuilding yards of Cramp Thoy are the gunboat and tho dynnmitegun which is There aro in tho yard building tho cruisers nnd Cramp Sons havo performed excellent service for tho nnd since tho war thero has not been so much activity in tho yards us there is Work is given to about and the outlook seems good for uninter rupted business for years to WashOut lit April A portion of tho bunk of the Government canal horo has IHIOII washed A gang of men worked all night repairing tho hole and In raising tho banks all along tho Tho water car ried away tho roar portion of tho fliimo of the American Pulp companys which has boon shut down in Tho Kuukuunn Lumlwr Manufacturing com panys works havo also been shut A MlnlHter In April Tho pastor of tho Queen Street Methodist this bolng accused of j serious Indiscretions with Bomo womon who woro members of his and Iwlng asked for an explanation by tho president of the not only resigned tlio ofllco of pastor of tho Queen Street church but also severed his connection with the ministry of tho Methodist Jill CONKLINGS BRIEF SERVICES IN THE CHAPEL OF TRINITY Tho llltnal of the Kplttcopnl Church Read by Morgan hut No Sermon Irencliutl The Clinpel Crowded with FrlcndK of the Itcnmlns Taken to lltlcu fur NEW April casket con taining tho remains of Roscoo Conkllug was borne out ot his lato apartments at 0 West Twentyfourth street at oclock Friday morning and taken to Trinity chapel in West Twentyfifth where the funeral took place at 10 Tho casket was severely At tho foot of tho casket and on tho top thereof was a handsome wreath of in tho center a pillow of white rosos and lillies of tho and at the head a bouquet of sweet scented Tho family and a fow of the most intimate friends took a look at tho face ot the dead before the casket wos taken from the No one else was al lowed to see tho A platoon of police under the charge of Police was stationed on tho sidewalk to control the At 0 oclock tho crowd began to gather about tho resi At tho church subsequently thero was positively a At precisely the casket was borne out ot tho Tho pall bearers led by Senator John Jones nnd Mnuton Tho others were Isaac Mayor Clarence exJudgo Walter Church and Senator Tho pall bearers together with Sands and Barker occupied tho first three Tho mourners entered tho carriages in the following order Conkling and Conkling and and Oakman in tho llrst Alderman Miss Judgo Coxe and Linkleyn in the second Herbert Conkling Con Fred Grant and Grant in tho third Secretary Fair child and Conklings sister and George Qorluini with Fred Grant in the fourth Tho procession moved directly to the chapel of Trinity which was al ready crowded when thoy reached Many had been turned The steps of tho Hoffman house and the brown stone front houses across tho street were crowded with admirers of tho late senator as tho procession moved Tho grand tones of tho church organ struck up a funeral march as the procession entered the Tho casket was placed in tho center of tho middle The pallbearers took front seats on either side and the mourn ers directly in tho Three magnificent floral pillows were placed directly behind the Tho service of tho Episcopal church was read by Morgan No sermon was Tho as presented by the regular choir of tho was The proces Rock of Ages Cleft for The processional Abide with Tho last was sung by the choir of boys while the procession filed down tho aisle and tho casket was being placed in tho Among thoso present woro Post Master General Senator Stewart Elihu Judge Horace Surrogate Josoph Judge Edwards Ros well Senator Warner Senator Tom David Dudley Rufus Commis sioner Heury Ac Hamilton and Asa Bigolow A delegation of fortythree citizens of committees from the state legisla congress and tho Now York Bar asso ciation and delegations representing tho Now York club and Manhattan club were From tho chapel the procession was driven to the Grand Central depot and the remains taken to Saturday the remains will be exiiosed to public view at Utica between 12 and 1 oclock before they aro taken to Cal vary whero Goodrich will preach tho sermon at 3 oclock in tho after A During April tho days of tho Webster county moon there has not been any more daring illicit maker of or dealer in moonshine liq uors than Wylio Ho has run stills in various sections of tho southern and eastern portions of tho state for and notwith standing government officers have been on his trail ho was not caged until when Deputy Marshal Van Duron caught him at tho headot Pino Raleigh Officers have feared to go and little has boon said about as tho neighbors feared him and valued their lives too highly to attempt his An Kmeiito In April have reached hero of an emoute in Cuba caused by tho action of tho government in proclaiming martial law hi the four prov Milla Pinar and The cable is undor censors control and no re liable news can bo but great dis turbances aro supposed to It is reported threo Huvunu newspapers have been sup pressed and that the Madrid government would remove Murin at SliMifnrilii Noiliilmi April Sen ator Stanfords cnlobruted yuurling which was badly burnod In tho 1iihi Alto llro Tuesday dlud Dluil nil tho April U 1 was uungod ut 1 1 D7 or the murder of Lane lout Iliirrlfton Mini April Conven tions wore held in each congressional district in Indiana Thursday for the selection of dole gates to tlio national Republican Tho result was a sweeping victory for Tho Tenth district Itlegates woro given no but thoy arc Harrison Tho conventions wore almost unani mously in favor of tho nomination of the Porter for Mali nml AVIfo April Tho body Of Puss Kirkpatriek was found hanging from u treo in a lonely spot near Oullutln Thursday A few stops further on hor husbands dead riddled with was They were accused of in Thoy woro eupposod to huvo boon lynched Wednesday No clew has yet been obtained of tho guilty Wilt Coutett Doisliulmur NKW April John Biid Caroline who claim to IHJ cousins of tho lutu William have given notice that thoy will contest Donihelmers will They allege that thu estate Is worth Dtwth of Wlllluiu NKW April William Dlna president of tho Adams Kxprusu com dlwl ut Friday afternoon at his rtmidoiico on Fifth 1lm ut April An incendi ary fire Krlday morning destroyed a big block of buulmvs Tho loss will bo Thu Iulliinui NKW April Tha Pullman coin puny hus doulured tlm usual quurtorly divi dend of i May HOLOCAUST AT Throe Inojilo Kountcd to Death In a Cheap Ixitlglng April flro started In tho Bethel a fivestory building on the cornnr of Olivo streol nnd the jurt bo foro 10 oclock Thursday and soon spread to all parts of tho The homo was used as a Bethel church and a cheap lodging anil boarding Thero was groat excitement among the Inmates and a desperate rushing of halffrantic men down tho Ladders woro hoisted to tho upper stories and a number of men were rescued from tho Two of James Smith and James were sleeping in the top were badly burned and wore sent to tho Tho fire was gotten under and at 1 oclock firemen entered tho building and a fow moments later brought out the body of a man burnod beyond but supposed to bo a negro named The search for bodies was continued and at 9 oclock Friday morn ing two more were recovered from the One was that of a man SO years of ago tho other a man of both white but no further identification has been Tho search for bodies still goes A TRAGEDY ON THE A Mnu StinotH n Woman and Himself lit April man and woman wore seen walking in John street Thursday and a few minutes later two pistol shots wove The couple were found lying on tho both apparently dead but while being removed tho man and gave tho name ot Edward of New Ho is tho son of of Now and has leen staying at tho City hotel for several days under the name of The woman was Nellie Ste of tho daughter of Mayor of that and niece of a prominent local She was richly Lottero and papers found on Chases person indicate that ho camo hero for tho purpose of seeing the woman and then killing hor and There was a letter addressed to Chases mother in which ho said Stevens had foreknowledge of and consented to this Chose has a irrcnk of n April tho Kansas Memphis Birmingham train reached a watering place near twentyfive miles west of early Thurs day morning a young lady passonger sud denly sprang from her seat and left tho One of tho passengers noticed her get off tho train and walk off into tho After taking water tho train moved AVben about three miles from tho tank ono ot tho passengers told the conductor about tho young lady getting oil and failing to Thero was no station at tho and tho conductor had tho train stopped and pulled Tho train crew instituted a search for tho and found her near tho L track in a semiunconscious Sho was placed on tho train and was soon restored to Sho stated that her name was Lizzie and her homo She is a and loft tho car while A Missing Fort LA April a son Ration was created Thursday by tho unnn Imous agreement of twenty or more distin guishcd scholars from historical societies of Wisconsin and tho Minnesota state normal school of and tho university at Mad ison that the missing fort on tho chart of tho French had been dis covered near the village of Singular mounds and uniti irm inscriptions were also This tho ruins of which were recently discovered by was built in 10S5 by Perrot and his Excavations will bo made and a complete history making a most vahmblo con tribution to tho history of tho state and of great interest to rurrla IK a Had April tho coroners inquest over tho hotly of Stephen who was murdered by tho wife of tho murdered man tes tided that after Farris killed hor husband ho forced hor into a log cabin adjoining tho residence whore tho murder was committed and outraged Farris induced her two children to go to tbo barn some distance away by giving them tho revolver with which ho had murdered Public feeling is strong and Fnrris will porhaps lynched if ho is brought here for preliminary Farris is confined in tho county jail at Winter Wlimt Crop winter wheat crop report in Tho Northwest ern Miller Bays Tho developments of the last fourteen and particularly tho last huvo put a large percentage of tho winter wheat in a condition where there is no longer any April has been shine and plenty of but both havo failed to give tho favorable change that was hoped Information of a reliable charac ter at this slage of the month puts the short ago In the winter wheat belt nt from 000 to us compared with tho pre ceding KlVUHtlH tu NEW Tho Worlds Kansas says probate and Robert county both of Harper havo been found after a four days of malfeasance in ofllco and conspiracy in con nection with tho county seat and have beon sont to jail until they pay n line nnd Proceedings to oust the county judge will bo at once Tula practically ends one of tho most bitter county seat lights on record In A Griiit Dinii HAN al April comple tion of HID great Hwuotwutor dam and Na tlonal City waterworks was formally ob served The dam is solid masonry built across Hweetwater valley in order to form u large reservoir for thu pnrposo of storing water for the dry Thu dam is ninety feet high from I hn of tlio gorge and is claimed to bo by twenty feet tho high est dam in tho United The urea of tho reservoir Is 750 The cost of tho 1am Is f An AlhuiMl lIlKUiuUt April John De of bi was placed In jail here Thurwlay in default of bonils for ul logod It IH wild Dolano has been married eight and that several of hlx wives aro yet Hu hus been drawing u Muxlcnn war mid ono of his wives living In who thought him to bo wus drawing tlio some Dolano wus niTwited by u pension ollleor Hamilton Not Minn April jury in thu celebrated IHIMI of tho ftale ugulniit Jones clmrgod with the mm dor of ufUii1 bulug out nil re turned u verdict of uot guilty ut Thurs tluv large Porch and Good Good fence all around Stands on 16 set out in all kinds Sales from which realize Situated north of Union six blocks from new street less will bo taken for this house than ever MONEY TO LOAN Dorsey Ups WE ARE NOW READY TO SHOW Up New CALL AND SEE HAVE MADE Down Prices Northwest corner Third and Piasa HAS IN STOCK Fine Gold and Silver Rich Spectacles and Sewing Machines OLDEST HOUSE LARGEST STOCK LOWEST PRICES Needles and Supplies for all GoldFillediWatches From jjilO to New GooJs for Winter and Spring DONT FAIL TO HICK   

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