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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 9, 1888, Alton, Illinois VOLUME 28 TUESDAY OCTOBER HighPressure Living thnso modern The result Is a fearful Incroiiso of Brnlu and Heart Discuses General lo and In Chloral ind Morphia angmunl the Tho nicdiulno bust nduptud to do permanent Rood is Ayorn Bar It and vitalizes tho and thus strongMums every function and fuciMly of tho I have nsud AycrH in my for I huvo found it Invaluable as A Cure for Nervous Debility ciinxnd by nn in activellvor and n low slulc of tho Henry For some time I liavo troubled with heart I never found any thing to holp nm until I began UHing Ayers I have only used this mcdlcino six but it has re lieved mo from my and enabled mo to resume I liavo been a practicing physician for over half n and during that timo I have never found so powerful and rnliablo an alterative and blood pnrifior as Ayers Ayer Price six Worth 3 it ULOUE LINE LOUIS HjLDEBRANDS Trsnsrun dally through the moat charm ing stopping at nil principal stations on the main Passengers may leave the Italians named below for any of the That connect with the GLOBES Main nous Change Cars Cloakvillenear Millinery TO Rlovesville THEN Ladys Novelty Jersey THEN TO Foi and Rubber THEN TO For Suspenderbridgd THEN TO Bugsburg THEN TAKE Trunklino Satchelshoot RECEPTION COMMITTEE AT EACH TRAINS LEAVE EVERY FIVE MINUTES FUOM The Grand Tickets good for one ion Kates to nil ttSSafoty Heatclaw service Insurance WFor minute details call on THE ar rmtsa mit rat raw or 4 Chicagos North Side System Again in NOTHING BUT HORSE CARS IN Ton Policemen Omird Kadi Cur on tlio Trips but No Violence Is Flf tflon of the Imported Men Cultured ly the and Carried Away In Tri first cars started ovor tho north side street car system since the Inauguration of tho strike loft tho Sadg wlok street barns precisely at 7 oclock Mon day From start to finish not a citizen got on one of the their only pas sengOM being tho stalwart blue coats who guarded Yerkess and the individ uals who endeavored tbe duties of drivers and Long beforo 7 oclock great crowds began to gather uround tho limits eager to take Iu everything In the way of ONE OKTHK KOUTR SIDE Promptly at the hour named tlirco rars of tho limits and Lincoln park line loft tho limits Those were numbered JM5 and and they were manned each by two a conductor and ton Surrounding tbe barns and forcing back tho surging group of strikers which filled tho opposite side of the street were 150 police men from Chicago and 50 from Lake At oclock six cars were started out on Clark These wore escorted in tho same manner as the Hardly bad thny gone a few blocks when an unknown im ported driver broke from a car and took to tho Another named Albert Mo Coy from Philadelphia followed his fallow When seen afterward he was af fected to tears and claimed that ho didnt know that there was a strike and that he would never take the bread out of another mans At the limits barns at about 0 oclock one of the now who was locked up in com pany with his called out through an open window to the saying that ho did not wish to work against He said that there were not more than ten men Inside who wanted to go to He was taken in hand by the strikers and well cared Day brought six cars down from tho limits barn on North Clark and he did it It seemed as though half of Lake View bad turned out to witness tbe companys first as there were sev er 1 thousand people around tho barns when the start was Borne of the Lake View police were thero Tho crowds around tbe barn were com posed mostly of workingmen and working with a fair sprinkling of business The six cars were brought out and the now men greeted with tbe old derisive crios of RatsI scabsI but beyond that no Injury was Had a stone been thrown tho guilty one would have been in as much danger from the crowd as from tbo Very few passengers were taken on and not more than twenty fares were regis tered by tho six The return trip was a disastrous one to the When the cars reached the barns there was a crowd of several hundred massed together on tho tracks In front of tbe They had evidently determined upon some plan of When the cars came up a OHYINO TUB NICW simultaneous rush was mado for tho The polico kept thorn but tho crowd called upon tbo drivers and conduct ors to got off and join At llvst the now men but finally unable to withstand tho appeal they got off tbo A roar that nilgbt have been heard at tho Jjalte Vlow town hall went up and some of tho drivers and conductors were actually lifted on tho shoulders of tho strikers and carried off in Everybody within roach shook hands with them and tho cheer ing was again At 10 oclock tlio atrlkors had captured fifteen of tbo now Undismayed by the apparent victory ol tho strikers tho companys ofiloors went to work with u will to replace tbo Eight now men wore at once brought out of the barns aud put upon four of tho two being left Tho strikers thought to be generous and made no effort to induce tho uow men to qul proforriiiK to have tbuui run tbp gauntlet of the scolllng mobs along tho streets downtown and By the time they arrived tho strikers shrewdly tboy would bo in butter condition to work Tho drlvnr of onn of tho wlioxo nanio could not be when changing his horses at Clnrk and Washington loosened tho brake too quickly and tho car run Into the brooking the logs of They had to bo The committee of west side men waltod on Yerktw ut 13 oclock representing tho board of presented a letter to stated It effect that the west side men indorsed the ac tion of thu north side and thpt all em ployes should rocolvo tho siirno pay for the name kind o Yurkus refused to trout with laying tlwt ho WHS not nil employe of the side roiid and tin would have no Interference from uny west tide employe on tho affairs of the uortli Me referred the pommlttoo to Mana ger of tbe wert side The com wlttoo ttwu toM Jf tUey ilia not rooeive an uumw 4 oclock a general tie up would result on the weit Tho com mittee thou Moro Grip Men Sent Oct lot of eighteen traction grlpmen were sent west They will go only to where they will be hold to await If tboir services should bo needed on tho Chicago linos they will bo sent on ut but if not they will return to this The supply of grlpmen sent to It Is bos been sufficient to nicot the immo dioto but if a contingency should arise and more men would bo needed the men at Pittsburg would be well on their A Now Ilrttlgo at Merchants Bridge which was organized two years ago to build another bridgo across the river at the north end of the bw nt last got down to Plans have been adopted and tho site has been Tho struc ture will span tho river at the front of Ferry Three spans of about 600 foot each usual long approaches will bo Tbe bridge will bo used for railroad traffic unless of bonds are taken by tho citizens of north in which event a wagon road will also bo con Tho bridge will bo about two and a half miles north of the present and will cost All the necessary franchises have been Tho enter prise is a movement against QouloV A Stone Thrower Shot and Oct fifteen miles a party re turning from a nutting excursion in Grosso Point were followed by three young who mnde insulting remarks and threw They were warned back by Peter son of a wealthy and respected citizen of South but continued their fusillade of Finally the wife of Mersch was and then when he turned and Peter one of tho attacking and expired almost in The party continued their way to South whore Mersch gave himself upjto tbo To Test Iho Chlneno Exclusion SAN 9 600 Chinese arrived Sunday on the steamship Belgic from tbe and tbe steamer Duke of Westminster from British No effort was made to land but it is understood that a cnse to test tho exclusion act will be mado and presented to tho United States Tbo plea of being citizens will bo presented by many of the who hope thereby to bo enabled to remain in this Tbe result of efforts and the effect of thoir landing will probably de termine whether or tho new law can be successfully A Great Demand for Dodge of the Union Pacific railroad said Sunday that he was of the opinion that two now railroads to the Pacific coast would be built from tho longitude of The business would make this He had never seen such a demand for cars as thero was he Tbe Union Pacific was short from 200 to 4iK cars on every Business started in early on account of the They wore not good in tbe western part of but wore all right in Colora do and other points west of the Receivers of tho of tho United States circuit has appointed Harrison of Em and George of Lea von as receivers of tbe Kansas Texas Cross is at present a director of tbe George Eddy is a wholesale druggist of this Fort and Sedalia have mado applications to have tbo headquarters of tho receiver made at their respective Tbttir bonds have been placed at Possession of the road is to bo given Mounted Polico to Prevent customs authorities have discovered that for years largo consignments of opium from China have been sent to southern smug gled into Dakota and from that territory distributed among the states of the It has been discovered also that quantities of timber have been smuggled across tho boun dary by In consequence mounted polico have been detailed for spe cial duty along the They will pre if all Dellingera Out coroners jury iu the case of Mary found dead ou the bank of the little Como gtoga creek Friday returned a ver dict Monday morning of having boon thrown into tbe stream by some person Tbo testimony of a witness be fore tbo jury shows that a man was seen running away from the scene of tbe tragedy early in tbo Tho body of tbo un fortunate woman was buried tbo accused husband being present at tbo fu neral in charge of Tho Uofunct Traders An attorney represent ing Harrison a depositor in tbo Trad ersbank to tbo amount of ap peared in Judge Sbepards court Monday morning and demanded an order for tho im mediate examination of Cashier Tallman aud other officers of tho bank to find out if the chaos can bo resolved into In his pe tition It is charged that funds of tbe bank wore fraudulently converted and misappro priated by the olllcors in tboir private enter Marrluil In a Clnms rilAIHIB UU not on the took place Saturday night nt Hlngling circus immediately after tbo grand A wedding took place In the Judge of this officiated aud united iu marriage Joseph of and Cluriuda nou They are both profusiional buruback Kiito Oluxdinn Dumngo a second time In the history of tbo suit of Knto Cluxtou against the Continental hotol Kingsley to recover damiigos fur thu loss of bur Iho jury Tailed to aiirot uni tvuro lay Tbo foreman of tho jury after witrdi told a reporter that tho Jury stood nine o throe Iu favor of the Thu NymlliHto Did Nut Nlunv NKW Tbo representatives of Hlchanl Kox went to an uptown resort Haturduy night to meet tha members of the syndicate who are backing tbo unknown to fight Kllralu and arrungu u Nono of tho mum bom put In an nlilmuHi they hud previously to mout Kilrulni Tu It u n Agnliul llowltt mid Tribune soyi that the Hoijubllcuns will probably nominate John the steamboat and trans portation for Htqrin tlmt he will acwpt notuiwv Clou made NUMBER 111 He Assumes the Active Duties of Hia THE OATH OF OFFICE Duly Initialled as Chief Justice of tlio Su premo Court of llto United port of tlio ComtnlKglonor of tlio General Jjuiil Days Doings In Uvck WABIUNOTON Oct now chief justice of tlio supremo court of the United States was installed in olflcu Monday with appropriate At 11 oclock the doors of the supreme court room were thrown but a number of the most available benches wore reserved for the fam ily of the chief justice and other important The other seats in tho chamber were quickly and soon a crowd as sembled which almost blockaded the hallway At the court room being then almost Judge Thurman entered through the marshals When thi crowd in the court room caught sight of him there was some slight which was quickly hushed by the officers of the Judge Thurman sat at the left of the justices In the front row of benches just bo hind him sat Minister Mutsu of the Japanse his wife and Behind them sat Fuller with six of her and her little Within the bar of the court and in the benches about it were seated Sen ators Far Hampton and Mitchell Rep resentative of and his Representatives Her bert and Alabama SolicitorGeneral Patent Commissioner District Marshal Wilson and Senator A number of prominent members the Chicago bar were also among them William Adlai Holdridgo William Manning and Prank At a few minutes before the noon the attorneygeneral entered the court At the sama in the conference room with the senior associate was administering to tbe new chief justice the oath of At the noon hour the crier opened the court with the usual proclamation beginning with oyezl and concluding with God save the United States and its honorable The associate justices then entered from the every one in the court room rising and remaining standing until they had taken their All of the judges were present except Justice Field and Jus tice The chief justice entered after the associate justices and took a seat at the clerks desk to their He wore the black robes of his When the associate justices had taken their seats tbe senior asso ciate announced to the bar that he hud tho honor to inform them that since tbe last m uting of the court a chictjustico had beua appointed and had re ceived his commission and that he was ready to receive the oath of He called on the clerk to read the During the reading the chief justice remained At its conclusion bo arose and from a slip which be held in his baud read tbe oath of office Melville Weston do sol emnly swear that I will administer justice without respect to persons and do equal right to poor and to the and that I will faithfully and impartially discharge and per form all tho duties incumbent upon me as chief justice of the United States according to the best of my abilities and un derstanding agreeably to tho constitution and laws of tbe United so help me Fullers voice was clear and his man ner When he bad read the oath be returned to tho clerk tho Bible which he held in his aud retiring behind tbe pillars which form tbe background to the justices appeared at the doorway in tbe middle of the The justices and the members of tho bar had remained stand ing throughout tho coremoiiy and until the appearance of the chief justice in his official As he entered the Justice Miller turned to the grasping his said I welcome you as a member of this court and as its chief The chief justice Ho then turned to tho left and bowed to the associate jus tices seated and finally he bowed to the members of tbe Then he took his seat and tho associate justices aud the mem bers of the bar seated The chief justice made his first announcement to the It was to tho that as was well tho court would transact no business but would receive applications for admittance to the Attorney General Garland addressed tho court and proposed the name of Henry of uio District of for ad mittance to tt o Uoudy proposed tbe names of several members of tbe Chicago and these and a large num ber of other candidates were taken to the clerks desk and sworn When the installation of now members of the bar had been tho chief jus tice announced that all motions sot for Mou day would stand over until when tho court would proceed with the Ho said that in accordance with immemorial usugo tho court would adjourn to givo tho miimbors an opportunity to pay II re spects to tho Tho crier thon an nounced the court adjourned tho chief jus tice and his associates retired to the confer and in a few moments tho court room wan Thu justices removed their robes taking proivudci to the White House to cull on tho Shortly boloru I oclock tho members ot the supreme with the exception of JuHtica and headed by Marshal Wright and Work called at tho White The party wore ushered into tho blue where tbo president soon joined Homo twenty minutes were spout In plenum The east room ut tho time was well tilled with people awaiting tho presidents regular Monday re ception but none wore admitted into tho blue Chief Justice Fuller and Justice tho two iuw members of tho supremo court worn much obsovviid liy the curious which watched tho departure of tho distinguished Having per formed the iiMiul timehonored custom of culling on the president when the court first convenes In tho the members THE llopurt of tmiliiiUnloner fur llui Vunr Hull I UK Juno WABIIINOTON Stock ciiimnltalunor of the general land of IIHK HiilmiiUud to thu vecrotnry of tbo in terior report for tho flsoul ended Juno For the year tho government tmi conveyed IIU Of putuiiUj Issued Dakota received thu largest At tho close of thu lineal your there hud boon acres of tho public land rosterud to thu government and or During tbo year surveys of ncros were Concerning railroad lands the decision of Secretary Vllas in tho Gulllford Miller case Is referred and it is stated that there are similar cases pending In tho land of aud that lands in the indemnity lines of tho Northern tho Atlantic the Southern the California Ore and tli Oregon California ronds tc the extent of acres are affected by said Tbo report that of tho acres of land covered by se lections pending at the close of tho fiscal acres were selected by rail road companies whoso roads were not com pleted in the time required by their respec tive Tbe forfeiture of all lands coterminous with those parts of tbo re spective roads which were uncompleted at tbe expiration of tbo time limited for their construction Is Tbe report says that the work of special agents has been to prevent persons or cor porations from fraudulently obtaining title to large tracts of and has considerably decreased The pending public lands commonly known as tho Holtnan is Indorsed by tbe The commissioner recommends tho reor ganization of the bureau by act of He calls attention to tho fact that the de partment is far behind in its work and that more help is He also asks an appro priation of to continue the work of special The National WASHINGTON Tbo senate has passed the bouse joint resolution for an Inquiry into the contracts and work on the Washington aqueduct tunnel house bill to restore certain money to tho fund for the erection of a public building in Blair offered a which was laid calling on president for informa tion ae to tbe trial for and execution in in of Louis who claimed to have been a naturalized citizen of tho United At the senate proceeded to the consideration of the tariff the reading in full being dis pensed and tbe senate substitute being ordered to be first The house has passed senate bills provid ing for the disposal of the Fort Wallace mili tary reservation in Kansas and for the ware housing of fruit Senator neck Kclurns to WASHINGTON Senator Beck returned to Washington Saturday morning from Fortress where he has been for several weeks in The senator was at bis committee room at the capitol a short time just before noon and was cordially welcomed back by his The senator has greatly improved in although he has not fully and will not enter actively into his senatorial du ties during the pivtent Ho will go out to the country home of his where ho will and where ho will bo in easy access of tbe ccpi THE KNIGHTS OF The Membership of Iliu Order Fulling On In commenting on the resignation of Thomas Barry of tho general board Knights of Homer exmaster workman of district as sembly said Sunday night that the membership of the order has fallen off con siderably within tbe last two ExMaster Workman Joseph Evans of district assembly 8 said Tom Barrys sickness has impaired his mind and he does not know what he is talking Tbo order will not go to pieces in a thousand Notwithstanding Powderiys declara tion be will to a and he will bo Regarding the membership the report made at tho general assembly at in 1885 was nt about at at A member of district assembly 8 says that tbe order Is in Tbe assets consists of a building worth An Historic NEW Workmen are de molishing tbe old United States court build ing on Royal street This was one of tho public buildings turned over by the French at tbe transfer of Louisiana in 1800 and waa occupied as tho Untied States district court house for many In this Judge Dunmine Hall sat when bo issued tho bench warrant for the arrest of Jackson for contempt of court in refusing to obey a writ of habeas and hero the victorious general was brought by tbe United KtaUs marshal and fined by the Tbe building was small and not fitted for tbo growing and In 1835 Prcsl dent John Quinoy Adams ordered its sale at It was bought in by tbe Chevalier Louis A Monument to Jcunio A monument to tho memory of Jennie tbo girl who was murdered by Albert Turner and Will iam both in was unveiled Miss Bowman was a do mestic and was attacked by tbo negroes in an attempt to rob hoi1 employers situated In a fashionable and densely populated part of tho A largo attendance was present at tbe JuOgo of thu city delivered thu A 1ry Liuiil Si u I Unit NEW The sixday road sculling race at tlio Madison garden begun at midnight OConnor lead ing at the followed by Uuudnur and The oilier wore Plniatod and 0 litps M 247 OCon 30H 107 111 1 111 181 To Kxpurl Hum to Nicw Hiiinnel uttornuy for the lire worn am icialion of returned from Unglnnd where ho had boon negotiating with English capital lijU for the lisiiihlliilimuiit of a julnt stock browory In this with tho view of ex porting American beer to UnUirmoyer miyn Unit bo wns eminently ochtful and the exportatluns will wion be Full jrilcht if Vt Josluli of ttio liousu of uroso In tbo diirluiusi Friday night at Ills biienniu and fell down u long flight of receiving wviro In For u lime bin condition wascnn uidered and now lilup liyulolun ho cull not iittond to his duty for KOIIIO round Aualnil The Hpioiiil gruiid jury impaneled lit Clmiloston I to In qulro Into the liiuiBing of William bun completed UH labors and ruturnud nlnu H ivoral of tho indicted partonu roxldlnu In UU city have boon pla heavy for thiilr uppouruu otbixn have itit yet boeii WE SAY THE FOLLQWINjG We have Fiityone situated around Union dalia road and Sixth ait prices from to which we will sell on easy long First come will get first Street Car Line will undoubt edly pass very near pr ope ctyshorfe values will increase 1p6 per Young men wanting a good sate here is Money to loan in any i Real Estate Belle near TnirtL Northwest corner Third and Piasa street HAS IN STOCK Fine Gold and Silver Rich Spectacles and Sewing Machine OLDEST HOUSE I LARGEST STOCK I LOWEST PRICES Needles and Supplies for all Machines Only 5O We will send the 1 i ALTON weekly to any address until and it a splendid LIFESIZE PORTRAIT all for j These Portraits are on heavy plate per and are the best ever issued of the publican Every Republican i ily should have J THE TELEGRAPH is a Ijirge All tho local and general 1 Call at this oflice and have it sent friends or relatives who formerly Jived in i this city or They will appreciate hearing from their old home once a weejs
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