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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 2, 1888, Alton, Illinois                                 3Utott  VOLUME 28  ALTON, ILL., THURSDAY EVENING. AUGUST 2, 1888.  NUMBER 53-  The Old Doctors AN JLL MHT MIN.  Drew blood, metiern doctor* cleanse It; hence the Increased demand for Alterative*. It la now well known that moat •luteaaa* are doe, not to over-almDilative, bitt to impurity, of the Blood; and it Ie equally well at tee lei! that no blood medicine I* •<> efficacious a* Ayer'* Haraaparllla.  «I me of my children hail a large nor*  break out on Hie leg. We applied »i rn pie remedies, for a while, thinking til* aor* would shortly heal. But it grew worse. We nought medical ad vie,., and were told that an alterative medicine wan necessary. Ayer* Sarsaparilla being  Recommended  above all others, we used it with mar-Ions results. The sore healed and  health and strength rapidly returned.’  •tm  J, J. Armstrong, Weimar. Tex*#.  *• I find Ayer’* Sarsaparilla to be an admirable remedy for the cure of blood iii*, asea. I prescribe it, and it does the work every time K. L. Pater, M. It., Manhattan, Kansas.  “ We have sold Ayer’s Sarsaparilla here for over thirty years and alwa\s re.. on mend It when asked to name the hest bliNsl-purltler.” — W. T. McLean, Druggist, Augusta, Ohio.  “Ayer’s medic.nes continue to be the standard remedies it* spite of all rom-  E-tltlon." —T. W. Richmond, Bear ake, Mich.  Ayer's Sarsaparilla,  rmrAKKD bt  Or. J. 0. Ayer A Co., LoweM, Mat*.  rile* |l; sis bullies, I*. Worth a Utile.  ire Now  At  GLOBE  (Signed)  IU. Hildebrand  Exciting Debate in the British House ot Commons.  DISCUSSING THE COMMISSION BILL.  Charges That the Editor of The Times Had  Something to ll,, with lire wing Ip the Measure - Chamber!*!* and Cantril— Eviction. In County Clare lire unled—OM World Mates af Interest,  I XMTTX)*, Aug. S. -In the house of common* Bu itll moved the suspension of the standing order under which duicumioa of the bill to invmMigate the charge against Parnell and others might lie interrupted at midnight. Parnell protested against the suspension ut the discussion which the motion suggested on the ground that the proposal was sn amendment to «•altin tie discussion of a rn. uKiirw of the first im-| ret a nee after the house bad been sitting nine bour*. Th* motion was ranted by n vote of aa; to lilt. Parnell, rennin-Wit.i ism * smith ing the del,ate on the commissi * Id!I, referred to the proposal rd Reed to limit the inquiry to charges of (sir Bol pat mn or c lupikhty in ou hr agua He referred to the ca I ii net in office tam* I mi, the proceedings of which be aaNcrteil hod frequently be. ii divulge,! by (he oiler lain to htniwlf and other Nationalist members. Tile chairman interrupted, saying that the Irish lender’s observation* wen* not now' In order Parnell rejdted that he would reserve further statements until he appeared before the commission, when he would he prepared to prove his charges ChamU'rlain, offering a |wr*onat explanation, said that Phrwdl had made certain vague accusations against him, which he threatened to bring before th* ■ -onunawioo. rn Mw ehnrg** were germane fen Hie subject* referred to the com-missiori for investigation be woald give any iteceamry explanation of them with.ult ibirking. Regarding the aoeuaathwM made by Parnell that be bad betrayed cabinet secrets between 1*hd and I*sa, aa far a* he onald reraUnd  the only direct comma rn ceti on* he Iud arith Parnell during the whole of tint period were first regarding nwaeU’s release from KU-maiabam tell, the btf ormattoa of what had occurred having been promptly conveyed to Glad-stoae and Forster, and second, contmo-nicat mn referring to the Nationalist council* in Ireland  yoa* boblet.  Parnell recited various acts of Cb mi tier lain which be claimed mpported bl* statcmcnta The chairman interrupted Parnell with the ruling that bis time for personal explanations in reply to Chamberlain had been exhausted  < ham her lain said he wished to my that he did not intend to imply that the subject of national councils was the only matter die-cue*.-I between himself and Parnall, but he lied always informed hie colleagues of what had pawed between himself and Parnell. He apt«csled lo < Had#tem.- to confirm his statement Gladstone said Im did not question the statement regarding the eommunkn-turns    I wt ween    Chamberlain and  Parnell wtil'i the latter was ta Kiimainham Jail, but into* preeent state of Ids recollections bs wow'd require to know what particular co rn mu titration* were referred to before entering into discuss ion af them.    Bef sr ring to  • communication. w i f I, '%/Jr^ Parnell in IIM relating yj^t'i local g venunent  /j# If cry aooonled with C ham-V V lier I ain V  ?maju.t s* rsmnrfx. The boose divided an IteedV motion and It was defeated by a Volo «f ten to un.  Anderson moved na amcudment that the charge* be defined la the schedule of the bill. Matthews opposed the motion and it wa* rejected -LIA to AJO. Morley proposed to modify the clause referring to tee allegations to •tick of them as tbs commission may think At to inquire into. Matthew* interposed au objection and an escdted deled* followed. Harcourt charged tbs government with baring refused to wospt tee amendment bemuse Attorney General Webster bad Void them that the commission must Inquire into anything The limes wished to have investigated, The government, uncharged, wanted to allow Tbs Timm to throw dirt without restraint.  Roharteon, solicitor general of Scotland, Indignantly denied Harcourt * allegat mo* wherettfxMi the latter offered to withdraw his eU:«i no nu lf  Beni th would deny teat la framing the MU he had .'not consulted Mr. Walter. of The Hates. Bmith Jumped to his feet nod excitedly denied teat there woe any truth In Harcourt^ insinuation of the government** odin-Mou with The Tunas.  He was amna.il ti,ut am w. V. nan, - 4 av. soy gentleman in the boose should malta tbs accusation Mr. Walter, ba declared, never mw the but  Gladstone- Alw we to understand lu plain term* teat Bmith bad no oeumunkattan with Mr. Walter upon tee wbjKt of Mn UU t  smith-1 stated distinctly ti,at the bill wa* nil brl without communication arith Mr. Walter.  labouchere mid that it wa* admit tel that Walter bad visited Ba,.Uh on the morning of the day on which the latter anuoun rad tea bill.  Mouth -That kl not true  Otoe of ‘Withdraw," -Withdraw* cam# from the opp,Mitt -ii bervtew, amt the chair* man said "Does the geutkenan withdraw the expression ri  Bmith I do  Late •ocher* then mid ha wouki not dwell upon the incident, rn he cuntwtved that Benito had apoluflaed. {Leaf bb t j  The debate following was of a vary exnt lag character Lahonchars declared that the governin' ut had retimed the amendment bees use it dared not alter the Mil with, ait the perm whoa of Mr Walter. Braid) indignantly denied the assertton. Glade* me in-1» ba I that th* PsraaU'itiisi Were SU titled to a right not denied the vita* cr im I irate—that of havftet tea i, ar ga* brought against them Oiearl) apa U t Morley s ame*,,Intent was njwM MM to JOY.  Best, NI iff ared an amendment to give the  aam* of the perm* #. cased, which under c motion of cloture by Hmith, was rejeeted-JtAf to SSM, - I‘amel] movnd that the commit tee report progress.    Defeated—HIU to IGO  Simmon* moved to omit the words "other j person*” from the bill. The amendment was rejected SU to *«L At 8:41 a rn tie bouse adjourned.  THE COLD WATER PEOPLE.  STATE CONVENTION OF CONNECTICUT PROHIBITIONISTS.  A STUBBORN RESISTANCE.  Aa Irish Tenant's Desperate Eight Against a Party of Evictor#.  IK bus, Aug, 'A—The evictions from th< V mid sieur ,wtate* in County (’faire were resumed Thomas Birmingham, one of the tenant# living at Moyata, wade a desperate fight in itoftmm of bis home, which created great clou, rn,.ut. Birmingham, hts wife and adult da tighter, mccmKlad with the ald of a long pole in keeping the pntkw aiel tai I iff# attacking their house at a sufficient distance to shower them with boiling water, | lime, aith, etc., until the attacking I arty were com pedal to retire, A large number of boats ailed with poopto were in the bay opt unite Moyata and the cheers of the occupants quirted the tenants to stouter reel-tanos Finally the polk* ma l,, an assault upon Bemtingham’s bourn with battering ram* and effected an entrance. A desperate tight ensued inside, but Bermingham wan overpowered and taken out severe^ , wounded. He and three others were ar ,  Michigan Dry People Hold Their Heel Campaign (tally af the twos at Gras *1 (tepid#—state Contention af Wee* Tic gtwla l'rohll>ltl«nt*t#—I wit fore Ie Repute lican#— Pelt!leal Bate#.  Ma KTV, ran, Conn,, Aug. I,—The state IV, bullit ion convention wa* caJle>l to order in Unity hall at IO a. at. by H. D. Hmith, of New Britain, chairman of the state central committee, and was opened with Hcripturs reeling and prayer by Rev. J. A. Gravel, of Windsor. The attendance was large. Cob J. B. Knowlton, of Willimantic, was choeen tetii|xrary chairman, and on taking the chair ma le a abort speech, and announce tbs various committee* While tho «*>mmittens were at work Chairman Knowibm spoke at length, making a stirring address The committee un permanent organisation reported Kev. C. K. Northrnp, of Norwich, for president, aud a list of vkw prveideiiU ami secretaries The report was adulated. In taking lite chair Mr. Northrnp spoke at some length dwdliug upon the rapid growth of the Prohibition movement He we* convinced tirat tho prohibitory amendment in Rhode inland would never be enforced.  teated Otter evictions took place, but ti.cy    "     u,i *    "J"    »  were quiet    It Ii no use to attempt a reform of this kind  -    I    through either of the old parties. Tbs ho-  Erteste' Names Hen! Ut the Cope,  1  bi billon party has now taken its position on Ixi*: OOM, Aug. ii.-The name* of Art "“lid ground and will make no com prom ieee priest* who have been prominent as advo- Mr North rap was heartily applauded. cate* of re Bs tan,*, to the evictors on the Chairman Hmith, of the state committee, Candi l ur estate*, have been forwarded by then addressed the convention on “Junior the clerical authorities to the pope, also a work,** alluding to it* success fa* the New re;*irt vith regild to Father McKenna, of Britain high school. A short address was Kl trash, who on July Vt, qwnJv and inf ore I made by Dr. John Buckner, of Bpringflekl, other priest# and a magistrate informed , Mas# A reeltetichi wa* then delivered by Col Turner, of the Hussars, that only tbs M tm ( arrie Hall Mr. H. D. Hmith spoke on solvent tenants would be allowed to join Uh ; the tent work In Hartford county. The  THE DAV IN CONGRESS.  pUn of campaign <*» tee Vandeteur -tate#.  Ha* fiMtlw Hwy Heel I welt f  tx •NI*,*, Aug. 4—There la a rumor that Ju«u<-* Day bas declined the place offered  him on the Darnell commission.  FOREIGN MISCELLANY.  Th* Kaiser la Copenhagen.  Coram AMW, Aug. f.-!t to stated that Emperor W ti Ham In ten-tell to remain her* three day#, but Ii astoned bl* departure be  Kev. H. 8. Ic* and ti. D. Paine, of New Haven, spoke brtoflr, the Utter living eepe- 1  dally eloquent and receiving hearty applause At Ti JA a mw#* wa* taken until ti p rn.  The platform declare* for prohibition af the manufacture and sale at alcoholic liquors as a beverage by statutory and const! tuUooal enactments, enforced by tee Prohibition tarty; for a tariff so adjusted a* to be for the beet interests of all; fur civil aer vice reform; for unif<>rn*divgroe law#; fur the Au*-traJtan ballot; for settlMuieut of labor trouble*  cause of the violence of anti German editor. J* * r , b ‘ trmtk *'  for  » rt>rlmion at the psnskx.  tai# published In two af the Conservative paper*. The king has ss premed hie regrets at the groans wbk-b were freely mingled write tile cheers of the populace on Ute occasion of the emperor’# embarkation.  Uws In justice to the •oldie*-*, and appeal* to all voters to unite with the party.  MICHIGAN PROHIBITIONISTS.  The Memo wall Disputes.  Londok, Aug. ti—Th* full text of Premier CrtopT# di#|tau-he* concerning the Maseowah dispute# bas bosn published. The dispatcbe* assert that th* leuberate and haMtual unfriendliness of Franc# toward Italy to due to national jealousy. A circular note on th* matter is now being prettied by M. Goblet, the French minister of foreign affairs  ■MMI  The Emperor Home Agal*.  Hr KUN, Aug ti—Emperor VV ilium and Count Herbert Bismarck arrived at Enid-rk-hsralte at midnight. Prtnoe Bismarck  Th* Eliet « empaign (tally at the  Meld at Orawd Rapids (tux sd Ka rum, Mich., Aug, ti .—The first campaign rally <4 th* aeasiai was held her* by Ute ProhlNUoutote. They bold a county convention with a large attends aa* nominate-! a full county ticket, and provided for a ftifib fund with which to hold tent meetings la the rural districts. At night, after a parade by the Young Men’s Prohibition dub, uniformed ami nearly IOU strong, A. B Cheney, candidate for governor, Albert Ifeidge, chairman of the <antral committee, and A, 0. Crosier made nwechee and wore followed by Kev. Ham amal], who In an  awaited their arrival at bi# mansion. h-ur'*a.i.tr**e paid bwrsepeote to bote old Crowd# at people cheered tin emperor and P*rtie# and eefwcUlly to th* Republican* sang "Watch on tee Rhine" and the Prussian    ^    dwlarwi    had.    while    for    year*    whto-  nati-'tiaJ Anthem  It attriting Steel**'* (‘regress.  Lox dos, Aug. r.—Dr Hchweinfertb Bays that Stanley may have reached the eouthern portion of the vest Ul defined region knows a# Hah Miami, whence there are two avail able routes to WadeUi He thinks Htanley to *a£e lf be I* well su]-pltod with amomal Mon.  paring hopes to temperance people, combined with liquor men for power. He said the ProhitaUouist was the only party teat bad an it* vrr and urged his audience to stand together and down the old par Usa The hall WU crowded with 8.1D0 people and applause »u aLohdaot. ProhtUtiootsU are enthusiastic aud are thoroughly organising throughout city, county, and stela  The tsar'* ( arrwell Ut Mr. Lalhnp.  Br. Pstxrsxi Ro, Aug. t—The .-mr bu given a farewell audience to Mr. Lothrop, who he* just resigned the American mission  to Route.  A WOMAN 8LAYER LYNCHED.  Ereesewt  Esismm Hanged fay a Mob al Fawns# (Tty, Neb,  Omaha, Net*., Aug ti.—Premont Emmons, the young man who deliberately stabbed Mi## Bertha Hchulu at Pawnu City a few day* ago because tee had refused hi* proposal of marriage, we taken from the authorities at Pawnee City at t o'clock In the morning and lynched by a mob. Rmmone WU esc md rook at the Exchange hotel, and Miss R-buB* wu a laundress at tee nm botel. Eaunons met her hi a neighboring yard and stabbed hor, killing her instantly. Ile mw immwllately arrested. There wa* intense excite.naut and fears of lynching prevailed. Tbs officer# accordingly took bim to tee penitentiary at linoolu. He «u returned to Pawnee City to he given a preliminary bearing. He waived examination, and was recommitted, Emmons pretended to know nothing of the murder. He no doubt determined to feign insanity.  Young Hen# Prohibition League.  I vol# na roux, Ind., Aug i—Repro aenteti VU from seven of tee thirteen qoq-, grease aal districts In this state mm bere to complete the organiaatkm of the Young  Men * Prohibition league, the preliminary organisation having besa effected at tee . meeting of the national convention and a number of subordinate leagues having already been formed. Permanent organise Hun wu effected by the election of tbe fob lowing officers) rmndent, R t. Watoon, Danville, sdcrvtary, C. L Jessup, Frieqds-♦ood; trwuurm, ll L Hitter, ladianapolto; ■tate irgamser, UL W. Wolf, DanvtUe. An organisation for sack oongrsotoooal district  Han Evwarlsee Kepublteaa*.  Bas Px*x< IWAI, Aug ti .- The Kepublioan state eunventton nominated tee foiiowiag named pereone for c->ngrt*w first district, Judge J. J. De lls v#n, of Humboldt, Becond distrk-t, John A. Krigoti. of Amador; Blite district, Gen. William Vends vet    For pres  idential elector* at large. John ¥ Mwift and WKL Barnes; Pint district, T. C. Cow then; Hecond district, O. W Hcheli, Third district, L M issuer Fourth district, Bam us!  | M. Bhortridgs. Fifth district, George Knight; His th district, H. N. H treater.  A Number of lim# Fused by (be Senate-( spital City Items.  Wa«i*(,toi Ort, Aug ti. —Evarts reported to tee senate, from Ute committee on foreign relation* a reeolutlon authorising the president lo take mrb Reps u might nan iMN-esHary to obtain redraw for tee Veep cruel# "Iteam Transportation cranpany, of New York, from the \ «*nesuelan government for tho aeisure# at three veemto during INTL Plumti reported, from th* cummitte* on ag ricuIture, the bill to create an executive d* parttrx-iit of sgrtculture recently rec-rairnIt ted. The senator stated that It was in the ■ame condition as when reported lei ore, and gave notice that bs would In the near future ask the senate to take it up and consider it  Bidi were famed as Bf lows; House MU to authorise the Winona ft Mouth win tem Hail road company to build a bridge across the MtssteHpfri river at Winona, Minn ; house bill to protect purchase# of land lying in th* vicinity of Denver, Cota, heretofore with drawn by tbs government as lying within the limits of certain railroad grants; boost Mil for a public building at Jackson, Mich., appropriating |T\0ft); house bill to authorise the Kentucky Rock Ga# eonqany to lay coo dull pities across the Ohio and Ball rivers; •enate bill atqimpriaUng Il i qiM) for a public building at Wtikesbarre, Fa ; house bill for the erectkra of an apprakmr’# warehouse in the city of New York; boun* Mil to pro vide for th- disposal of the |h<rt Wallace military reservation in Kanas*; -enate Mil appropriating £11,000 for a monumental column to commemorate the battle of Frince-ton, N. J.  After routine I awl mew the bourn went into committee of the whole on senate amendments to the army appropriation MIL  A FINE HOME  MeKlwley ow the Senate Tariff Hilt.  WAMfflxiiToxCfTT, Aug SI. Congr nonman McKinley, of Ohio, says that he w.-uld not tie surfiriend if enough Democratic refireeen-tative# would be found willing to vote for the senate tariff MU ‘oeeoufw its fiassage It would only have required seven more votes from tbe Kamlali Democrats to have defeated the Mite MU. and be would not la surprised if a di>**n of them would rote for tbe senate (till He did not think such action Would relieve the campaign of the tariff iwu*, as the Democrats would Im bound to defend the original Mills UIL McKinley thought the senate would commennsdebating its bdl about the middle of August ami that final action would ba taken by that body about Bapt IO.  l(ww*t I bink It WU! He ferns kl tow*.  W AStnXOTO* (ITT, Aug ti—“I don't think," said representative Wilkin* -that to* next bower will be Republican. I think Ohio will have dx Uemorrate iii the next house. Just es in tole nae. The Democrat* may hue Furan'* and Campbell'* districts, but they may aho regain th* districts formerly represented by Mr. Hurd and Mr HUL"  Fa MIC Debt (ted ur« lim.  Wa nill MITO* Cm, Aug. ti—It Ie estimated at the treasury department that there has been a decrease of 83, YXI, I XX) in th* flub Uc deli*, during the month of July. Over #!4,0IXi,ixl0 was paid out during that month for pensions.  Colored Editor# iw Convention.  Nashviixc, Term., Aug. ti -Over ftfty colored editors ars participating in th* national colored journalistic convention which opene-1 in the Bpruce Htreet Baptist church. Dr. William Him ax sis, of ixmtsvlll* is the praftdiog officer, ami th* ad-lreas cg welcome was delivered by (lr*eg* T. Kufanea, editor of Hie Htar. Th* convention will occupy two day* and a large number of subjects relating to toe conduct and manage moot at mkwed publications are on th* programme for consideration.  tilsg-usle-t Italian# Nail ter Ham*.  NBW York, Aug ti —Over KUO Italian* disgusted at not being able to obtain employment, sailed for bota* un th* steamer Almira of th* Pate* Im*. Ow the same vs*-•el, by order af Collectar Magone, were Hank) Coroerso and Carmiai Msngaulto. two desperate Italian brigand* who arrived her* on the Psi.re line steamer about two mouth" ago Tbs men were Ironed, and, antu tit* vessel sailed, guarded by custom officer*  A Tennessee I 7 ach lug  Nash nu r Tenn., Aug. ti—A mob of    Humored Resignal Urn et teen. Bl ark.  •fty armed men visited the jail at Carthage,    Dan VILAR, Ilk, Aug. ti—There is a rn  Bmith county, late at night, and tsking W. mar that Gen. John V. Mack, commimkaw  ll Hnudley from th* cell, hanged aim to a tree. Tbe sheriff refused to surrender Handley, ami about thirty shote were ex -fraaged between th# officer# aud the mob. Ii -mlky killed Deputy Hheriff War man Lafe Htrptem ber while trying to rescue a prisoner from the officer.  of j-yoni. ion, ha# seat in his resignatkm, to tek* effs-1 st one* and that W. KL McLwsii, of Terre Haute, now drat amistant, will be hi* *u<v**eor. Gen Black I# saki to intend taking charge of tbe big butanes* intermte of his falher-tn-kw, Mr. Grlgg* of Coit# rwda  IsroBMtlf* Huller KSEtweieu.  FbilaPKI CHIA, Fa, Aug A—The tetiler  of a km mu oil vs on the Fluladelphla ft Head- ■ trig railr-ewl attached to the ('lieutnut HIU a <*>tnmodatio«i trail* . Ipilled shortly after ll o’-lock at night at the Ninth and Colnm-! bra ftveaue statkni, killing the engineer and fireman and injuring five passenger*. Th# killed are: Andrew h«d, engineer, agni til) year* and Peter C’raiglow, fireman, aged Bi. injured; Charles Ryan, James Brisa. George L Van Vert, L P. Deveny, and Thunras (riapta Ryan was terribly burned nhout the (ac* bauds, and leg* and hi* in-1 Juris# are ■arfams- He was removed to the hospital The other four fiammgari ar* lam •ertoutay injured and were abl* togo to their bolti##.    I  Minnesota Ceagve#«lwnel No a* I ast I owe. Red WI no, Mina , Aug. It—Judge Mac Duuaki wan renominated by acclamation for congree- by the DetnocraU of toe Third district  Hoi msmtxit, Mmn . Aug. ti—Judge WOaon wa* unauiimnisly reoumioated for ccxigrem by the Dem--crate of the Pint Minnesota dis  trice  Jersey's (steal (Iptleo (raw Sa, tad asta.  Thentos, N. J.. Aug ti . —Th# court of sr-ran and ap|**k ha* »utaaiiied th* high II-oeaw local option law pateed by th* ktgiela tun last winter It tea Republican measure ami th-- court Is Democratic. The derision override# Governor Green's veto and aa-Gov-amor AbbottY arguments and Is a great surprise to the liquor tilter—ta  Attempted Mu ic ids mi rn Clergyman.  Avrora, Ilia, Aug, ti—The Rev. T. I. J Coi-f- r attempted to commit #utcidu by driving a chisel into his houri, hut toe inferu me ut was turned from its course by a rib He then out his throat from ear to ear with a dr a web ave, but did Bot wiver the jugular vein. He tbeu oontituMMWd backing awny al his head with a hand rag. Fully fifty » alf wounds were tafl«*ted before a Heighten rust «1 in and dtearmad him. Cooper ie fed! alive, but ie not eip«cted to leew He Ii paster at th* Msthodife church at Newark, but r-tades ber* He ie over m faun of ag* and was undoubtedly Ins—rn at th* time of his attempt at self-deetructlou.  Wee! Virgie'* Frwklbltiwwtete. *  VV Hxxi IMO. W Yr, Aug. ti-Th# Prohk biti on date convention nominated Thomas R ( arskadoti. of Keyser, far governor. Th* platform arraigned the two okl parties and takes st mag ground in favor of th* adoptant of the 1‘rohd iriuo sin* ndmcnt at th* ocniog  Named tar Usvsnwr at Eterida.  Ja< uwaviua, PIR, Asg. ti—Th* state KepuhlMran oouvetitiaD at Ooak nominated Msj V J. Bhipmau of Feuaacnda by maUun fur goveraor.  A SI.MU.MS aail Agelast Vanderbilt.  Nsw York, Aug, ti — WUUani I. Breeus, ssnior men 1 her af the stock broaerag* drm at Breese ft Hmith. ha* begun suit rn th* sa precis court sgamel Bf ilk am K V anderun tar alleged breach at imttnot ta a oatteda nsgetuiti.ei in Lnhs Hfaor- feo.-k. Damagm are pirn «1 at fl.UF.iXXJ Witt. interest  Crashed to Deash by lr wa Res ms Cm- a CKI, Aug. ti — WUfiau $tr*y, tbe rn parte toudrnt of the Chnmgo Gas (jght and (take 01 en puny '■ work* wa* instantly kilted about ll o'clock in the morning Mr Htray was mperiat tiding the boleti rig of aum* large ur*m I wains at th* oompany’s work* when th* KBohta*rf gave way ami Im was to death. He was ft) years old oad 1th toe ouatpaay  (md been with the eumpany thirty yuan.  Horribly (turned with (lanoline.  CRK auh, Aug ti-Airate HohUUe, Ut years old, nod an< tber girl wots play rag with git -line at x-’J Milwaukee avenue. They liad the Inflauiuiatd* liquid In pie inns. aud were handling It rursieaniy when in sum* way R berain# ignited. Annie, In her fright, toriiw to* burning liquid over her clothing and was horribly I hi rued before th* flame* were eiUnguished.  Can now be purchased on the best street in Alton very cheap, the party owning same having bought  another place. It is the  G. A. Joesii Beatee: cor. 811 & Henry.  Lot 60x120,8 rooms, 2 stories, frame, in finest condition; good cellar under whole house, plenty of closets, magnificent hall, good stable, young fruit. Will be sold cheap, on good terms.  Over 40 other desirabla residences on our list, besides good building lots.  All questions or correspondence pertaining to real estate cheerfully answered, whether you buy  or not.  DORSEY & MANN,  Real KMtato Agent* Belle Bt., near Third.  Only $1.25  ALTON Weekly TELEGRAPH  A LARGE 8-I‘AGE PAPER.  All the local and general Hewn of the week.  Only #1.25 per year.  Call at til I h od ice and have it Rent to friends or relatives who formerly lived iii this city or county. They will appreciate hearing from their old home once a week.  Tike Bob-Tsll Cav Must Ow  New Yoke. Aug ti- The bunn! of aldermen bas pa**mi an ordinance prohibiting Ute Twenty-Third Htreel Hurl tex- Railroad oorajHuiy from operating any oars upon •ny I* rural >f its route without a cond actor es well a* a driver, and making any violation of tbe urilurance a mlsdeai-ranor punchable bf a fine of ti*#)  Death at rn Prwestwewt ILeatmekiaw.  Luikutox, Ky., Aug. t -Janus Ot Harrison, aam at the moat prominent and highly esteemed ciUxrus of I-exiagton, died al his boule in this city, agad hi. Th* iteesiel was a law partner of to* late J<sM*ph Holt and was ate) famous as the •xi-’uba- of toe great Henry Clay, who was his life lung and intimate friend  ta Hi tiig« the Mississippi.  New YOM, Aug. ti- The World says toe Cleveland, HL Louie ft Kansas City Kalb road company will build a low bri<lg» nerom to* Mu*i-wtppd river et Alton, Ills, twenty miles north af Bk Lama Th* build lag of this bridge will snaUe all road* to Miter Bt. I>ails proper without using the Bt Louis I ridge  (ar«J I aal UtUraMtffslag WesU Baltin .re, Aug, ti -On Tuesday next. Aug 7, Cardinal Glbbcms will leave for a (rip to toe Wast The nltlmate, and indeed toe prM|«l, object at till* visit is to attend toe isdelnratioo at th* gokMi Julnlee at th* Rev. Fetter Botin, at Notes Dem* university, at Bouto Bend, iud., on Aug. 15, bat the cardinal will ate) stop at otter rittet  ■even Ileal It* from Bsceeslv# Heat. Camas City, Aug. ti —Beveil deaths tee# occurred in this city la the lata twenty four hours as a result of #xcmmhvs heat. lh* high  •ta teuqwrature mounted by a standard tiMnpwnM-ter im* beau V7, while the sigil*!-servkae mat ruinent, borated oa top of the poet-oAn* tee fallen teverul degrccN below this figure.  He Ought To lie Cele bruted.  Luixoroff, Ky, Aim ti—Th* <ral#hr*ted •tai I to.i Bril Buy was obi at auction  to Cl. U lu ara ta, of Ban Diego, Cai, for AVO,(XX) This I* the highest |>ricv ever paid at an sn ti, •  I Ulivu,  North west corner Third aud Pinon streetn, HAS IN BTOOK  Fine Gold and Silver Watches,  Rich Jewelry, Silverware, Clocks,  Spectacles and Sewing Machines:  OI .DENT llOUHE I LARGEST STOCK I IAI WENT PRICKS*  Oil, Needles and Supplies for all Machines.  Gold-Filled Watches  (WARRA,5TEI> Anil/C0n  jo YKAits,) umyjt/u.  Cru.ulurMl Hull wa# IMf*< tie Dead.  NBW YoiiA Aug ti—Mr. I'. Meyer, s prominent director of the fit# nim"), Ham libra ft Dayton railroad, and other large railroad ourporau-ii duel in th.# city.  Solid Hold  SOM Siitpr  From .^10 to|$50.  New Goo-ls for Winter and Spring Trade.  DON'T KAIL TO SKK THRM  J. ll. BOOTH.  rn ft  :   

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