Alton Daily Telegraph, October 9, 1888

Alton Daily Telegraph

October 09, 1888

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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 9, 1888, Alton, Illinois ♦ ii an ii VOLUME 28 ALI ON. ILL., TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOHER High-Pressure Living rbiinHtriiiM these modern day*. The result la rn fearful Inert nae of I intl n And Heart DUranrs funeral Debility, Insomnia, I'arnlj la, and Insanity. Chloral and Morphin augment th* evil. The medicine Iud adapted to do prrMini'lt ({• sui is Ayer's Kar. aaparilla. It purifier, en riche*, and vitalise* the blood, and thus strengthens every funetlon aud fat .illy of th* I* sly. « J hate used Ayer's 8,tr<ut|»ariHa, in my family, fur year*. I have found it lavalnabie aa A Cure for Nervous Del.illty canard by an Inactive liver itnd alow af ale of th* blood." •-Henry Ilaeon, Xenia, Ohio. "For some time I have I wen troubled with heart dive ase. I never found any, thing to help me until I tiegan using Ayer'* .Sarsaparilla I have only used this medicine ala mont hs, but it has relieved me from my trouble, and enabled me to resume work.”— J. P. Caraanett, Perry, III. "I have l*e«* a practicing physician for over half a century, aud during that time I ha*, n never found so powerful and reliable an alterative and biota!* purifier a* Ayer’s Sarsaparilla.**— Dr. M- Ma*start, Louisville. Hr, Ayer’s Sarsaparilla, ranrARBn bt Dr. J. C. Ayer It Co., ’swell, Ma**, Priss ll J sit beltie*. $1. V> -,ni, f, • buttle Chicago's North Side System Again in Operation. NOTHING BUT HORSE CARS IN USE. Ten Policeman Guard (Cack Car a* IN* Trips but No Vial save I* offered—TI r-t**a o I th* I ai po rf rd Mea Captan*! by th* strikers and Carried A rn my I* Triana ph—An Accident. Cmicaqo, Oct. if.— Tbs Amt can •tarted over th* nortb *i de itrwt car system aine* tbs inauguration of th* strike loft tin Swig-wk* street barns pr*cis*ly at 7 o'clock Munday morning Prom start to finish not a ci ti sc ii got (JO one of the cars, their only pa* ■anger# being th* stalwart btu* coat* who guarded Yerkaa’a property, and th* Individ •si* who endeavored the discharge th* duties of drivers and conductors. Long t mf ors 7 o’clock graal crowd* tiegan to gather around th* "limits'* barns, eager to Uke in everything la lh* way of sscitemoaL NUMBER 111 ap would result on the w*,t side mitten then left The More drip Men test West. l’itn.AD*Lpiua, Od ll.—Another kit of eighteen traction gripmen were sent west Munday. They will go only to Pittsburg, where they will be held to await orders. If fluor service* should tm needed on the Chicago line, they wiU bs soot on at once, but lf not they will return to this city. The ripply of gripmen sent to Chica*.., it is said, ha* been sufficient to meet th* immediate demands, bat lf a mating-noy should aria* and more men would be needed quickly, th* men at Pittsburg would ba wall on their way. A New Hrldge at It. teals. HT. LOVI*, Od it —The Merchants’ Bridge omnpatly, winch was orgaaiasd two year* ago to build an-.tber bridge scrum (be river at the north end of tb* city, bas at last got down to bus hum Plans have besa adopted and the site has been selected. The structure will span the river at the front of Fbrry street. Three spam of about NO feel each an n Ii.* usual long appeach** will he Infill Th* hrtdge will be need for rslimed traffic • sci UM vet v, unless UKW,OOO .rf temds are taken by the citlsra* .rf north RI Lank, in which event a wagon road will also be ooh* structnd. Th* bridge will be about two and a half railes north of tbs present bridge, ami will cost ll,OOO,GUO. All Oms necessary franchise* have lawn Bemired. UM enterprise ie a movement against Mould. ( Hi Id‘KBH A sd'a RxFKSM. ) Tty'n* nm datlr through the most charming ornery, stopping at all principal Hatton* ob Hie mala Ila*. Pas-«ngers may leave th* stations named balow for any af the HANI BRANCHES! That con Beet aith th* OLOHK'8 Main Bust. ness due*. Change Cars —AT— Cloakville.Dcar Millinery Junction. -ruts to— DreMgoodiburg, Notions Ville, Roseburg, Ulovetville —TUBS TD— Lady's Lane, Novelty Parlor, Shoelake, Jersey flta, Silkyard, Eibbonroad. -Til BN TO— LEATHERTON, Tot Shoeshire. Slip perv Hie, Bootville, and Rubber Row. -THEN TO— CLOTHIN GTON, For Coatville, Veetville, PanUworthy, Hatioca, 8 uip ender bridge -THIN fO- CfirpeUke, Oilcocloth, Rugfiburg -THEN TALK— Trunkline Satchel-shoot Off. OBI or TNB NORTH MINI BAR**. Promptly ai the bour nam* I three .ara uf th* ll i ii I ta aud Lincoln park line hut th* “limits" ham*. Tho** were numbered lilt, SCI and SVM, aud they were manned oath by two driver*, a conductor and ten |wii.«mi« Surrounding th* barns and furring lark th* surging group of Strikers which filled th* opposite aid* of the street were ISO policemen from Chicago and SO from Lake View. At 7 .to o'clock ail cars were started out no Clark itreeft Tb**» were osrcirked In tho aam* manner ae th* others. Hardly bad they goo* a few blocks when aa unknown imparted driver broke from a oar and look to the woods. Another named Albert McCoy front Philadelphia followed bw fellow-driver. Vt two even afterward be was af-fen-ted to tear-and dallied that be didnt know that there was a strike and that he would never take th* bread out of another I man's mouth At the limits bam* rn* about 6 o’clock Ona of th* n >w men, who was locked up In company with hie companions, sailed out through an open window to th* strikers, saying that he did not wish to work again*! them. Ho ■aid that there ssnre not mom than lea awm lated* who wanted to go to work. He was taken bt band by the striker* and well can#! for. Arrgt, Hay brought six care down from the lim.ta bara na No. lh Clark strwet, and be did It suer,a* fully It seems J aa though half of Lake View had turned oat to ettssn the company's first move, as there were sever I thousand people around th* bares rn hen th* start was mads. Moms of th* Lake View ; police were (her* also Tbs crowds around tho barn were com* prised nxwtly of work tug men and working girls, with a fair sprinkling of business men. Tbs six can war* brought oat and th* Baw mea grueled with th* old derisive arias J of “Rats* “amb*!"eta., tat beyond that no; injury wa* offered. Had a stoa* bean! thrown th* guilty owe would have been ta as much danger from th* crowd as from th* officer* Vary few passewgen were taken oa and bo! more than twenty fan* were rag* fermi by th* Mb conductor*. Th* ratara trip wa* a disastrous one to th* oompaay. When tike can reached th* barns then was a crowd of several hundred massed together on th* tracks in front of the harm , They bad evidently determined upon soma plan of action. When the ran came ap a A atone Thrower Abet and Killed. Caic AMO, Oct. It.-Near Winnetka, fifteen miles hoi th. Munday afternoon, a party returning from a nutting excursion in Oro*** Point woods, were followed by thru* young farmers, who made intuiting remarks and thnw stones They were warned back by Peter Mer,<b, »« of a wealthy and reef we ted aion Davie, CUB HSM FULLER. He Assumes the Active Position. Out its of His THE OATH OF OFFICE ADMINISTERED. 3,ftt9,Mi arite citi*»«»i of Mouth Evanston, but continued Mc lr fusillade of straws. Finally th* wife of M«*r* Ii wa* bit, and then hi mss lf, when he turned and fired. Peter Proas*, na* of the * tfa< k ing party, fed, and expired almost instantly. Th# party continued their way to Baith KvBoston, whore Mersoh gave himself uplto the authorities. Dsl; Installed aa Chief Just Ire af lh* inphase Coart af th* lulled Blate* -Helmet af the Ceaim listener af the Getter*! land ii Are—The Hay's Goings la Cesv gvee*—Be aa ter Mech Returns. VV AMUSO™* OTT, Ort. 9.* The new chief justice of the supreme court of the United Stable was in-tailed to offi. Monday with appropriate ceremonies. At ll o'clock tbs doors of the supreme court room were thrown open, but a uurnber of the moot ■val Is bi* tench** were reserved for th* family of th* chief Justice and other important guest* Tbs other seats in th* chamber were quickly filled, and Boon a crowd aa-ambled which almost blockaded tbs hallway without At 11 ti, the court room being then almost full, Judge Thurman catered through the marshal’s room. When the crowd th the court room caught Mgbt of bim there was some slight applause, which wee quickly hushed by the officers of the coon Judge Thurman sat at th* left of th* justice's Beata In th* front row of bern bes just behind nim eat Minister MuUu of the Ja|>anse legation, his wife and secretary. Behind them AU Mrs Puller with Mi of ber daughters, tend her little boy. Within the bar of th* court and in the benches about it wens Musted Hen-Butler, Mpooner, Dolph, Far- Daring the year surreys were accepted. Concerning railroad land* th* decision of Secretary Vilas in th* Uuiiiford Miller ram te referred to, and it is stated that there are 8,001) similar rase* pending in the land office, aud that lands in the indemnity 11 aes af the North' rn Pacific, th* Atlantic Pacific, the Mouthers Pacific, the California A Ore yon, and th# Oregon ft California road# U the extent of 17,*.*),OD acme ar* affected bv said derision. Th* report nays that of tte It, UP WTS aer-* of laud cover -I by sn-lectern# pending at the dose of the fleoal year, 21,880 awes were sri-ted by railroad rompani*-* whose roads were not com-{detod In the Un* required by their respective grants The forfeiture af *11 lands outer tuitions with thorn- parte of th* respective roads which were uncompleted at th* expiration of th* time limited for their construction I* recommended Tbs report says that the work of special ageata ba* been to prevent persons or corporation* from fraudulent!* obtaining title to large tracts of land, and bas Con si drably decreased fraud. The pending public lend* bill, commonly knoera ss "th* Hoi rn sn bill," is indorsed by the commissioner. Th* conimisMoner recommends to* reorganisation of th* bureau by set of con^resa He rail* attention to the fact teat the department is far behind in tte work and that m re help i« needed. He ako asks an appropriation of IMH), OOO to continua the work of special s gen ta. REIL ESTATE. WE SAY THE FOLLOWING; ell, George, Hampton and Mitchell, Rep. reevutative Breck ^aridge, of Kentucky, and bis family, KeprmentaUvee Wheeler, Herbert end < hi tee, af Alabama; Moiteitor (limeral Jenks, Patent Cominuatooar Hall, Diatrtct Marshal Wilson and Mrs. He aa tor Cockrell. Th* National largtelatare. W ash i nu row Cm. Oat ii—1The senate has pas*-! tbs bouse Joint rseolution for an inquiry into th* contracts aud work an the Washington aqueduct tunnel; house tell to restore certain money to th* fwd fur the erection of a public building lo Detroit. Blair offered a reeolutkm, which wa* laid ever, railing on tim president for Informs Mon a* to th* trial ,fc*r treason), conviction, aiel execution in Canada, in IMA, of Louis Kiel, who claimed to have bosn a naturalised cl ti se u of the United Mutes. At Iii to to* To Tee* th# € Mass# Keel Melon Aet. Ham I Ka.vcinco, Ort. * —Nearly AM Chinee* arrived Munday on th* staansship IWIgi# from th* rn lent, and to* steamer Hake 'rf Westminster from British Columbia. No •‘fart was mad* to land them, but It hi understood that a rase to test th* exclueioa act win he made sad presented to the United to* oath of Hts tee courts. The plea of being citiwu* will be presented by many of th* coolies, who hope thereby to be enateed to remain la this country. The result of their efforts and th* effect of their landing will probably determine whether or not the new taw ran be successfully evaded. A number of pro nioeat member, of Ma I    °*** < hicago l ur were also Bement, among them Hon. WUUam C. Goudy, Adieu T Ewing, We have Fllty-one City 11 site Hit Hated around Union street, Vandalia road and Sixth street, at prices from $25 to MISO, which we will Hell on easy terms, long time. First come will get first choice. street Car Line will undoubtedly pass very near property shortly, when values will increase IOO lier cent. Young men wanting a good safe bank, here is one. Money to loan in any amount. Manning A Great Hr rn a int tor Caf*, C hicaoo, Oft It—tied. Cl W. Dodge of toe Unum Pacific railroad said Monday that h* aas of the opinion that two new railroads b» lh* Pacific • '>*at would bo built from toe longitude of Leaver. Th* basins** woald make tin. practicable. H* had never seen i •urb a demand for cars ae there was now, be •aid. Tbs Union Pacific wa* abort from 800 to MN) rara aa every dirMoa Hilliness •farted in surfy on account of tbs crop* Ti ay were not good la th* western part of Kansas, but were all right in T< ta#. Colorado and other pointe west of th* Mississippi. Revolvers of the A., K. A T. It.od. lots VK* worth. Kan, I tot ll —Judge Brewer, of th* United Mtatm circuit court, bas appointed Harrison C. Cross, of Emporia, and Cl*.eg* A. Kddy, cf Leavenworth, a* receiver* of the Mrennin, Kansas ft Texas railway Mr Croaa is at present a director of to* road. Georg* A. Eddy ie a wholesale Hoi Ii rig* O’Coilius, VV J. and Frank J Mouth. At a few minute* before the noon hour, the attoraey-getieral entered to* c* art room, At the sam* time, I* the conference room without, th* senior aeeociau Justice, Mr. Miller, wan administeritig to th* new chief justle* alt-glance At toe nom) hour to* crier opeued the oeurt with the usual proclniuatlou beginning with *Oy»t, oyes, oyes!" aud amelu Ilag with “God rave to# United Mtates aud its honorable court." Tbs amurtat* justices thou entered from the conference room, every one in th* courtroom rising and remaining standing until they tm I taken their seels. AU of th. Judges were prvesal axe->4 Justle* Field end Jus- j tic* Ma IG. i wa The chief justice eater.*! J after tin associate justice* and b<oh a aaat et J the clerk's d#-k to their right. He wore th* IUm k robes of his office. When th* associate justices bed token their seete the senior associate justice, Mr, Muter, announced to th* bar that be had tbs honor to inform them toot »m« the last na ting of the court a chi«(Justle*, had Us# appointed end had re-calved bis • ummis-uon end that l.e was ready to relive toe oath of offlra, He railed on the clerk to read th# cran unset (AL During th* rending the chief justice remained teated. At its conchnuun he arose and from a slip a I.Mi he brill in hts bend reel the oath of office; "I, Melville Weston Fuller, do Bld-•maty swear that I will administer Junto* without respect to psnom Bad do equal right to poor end to the rich, and that I will faithfully and impartially discharge aud perform all th* duties in cum I -•ut upon me as chief Justice of the United Mtates according to to* bort of my abilities ami im bill -th* reading in full betag dispensed with, and to* senate sn tem tut* betag ordered lo bs first raswi-rei. Tbs bouse bas pea— I senate bills prorid- j tag far to* disposal of th* Fort Walton aalii-1 tory reservation in Ken*** sod for the were bousing of fruit brandy. DORSEY & MANN, Real Estate Agouta, Belle st., near Third. Itoaatov (tech Returns to VT ash I Mg! aa. Wash    (ITT,    Ort. A-—flams tor Beck ret ara#.! lo Washington Snturdsy murahsg from Furtrves Muor-*-, Va, where he bas been for several weeks in til-beni th. Tbs •Mister was at bis commute* room at toe capitol a »iiorl Ulm just I rf ore noon ami was cordially welcomed bark by his friends. The senator has greatly inqroved in health, although be has nut fully recovered, and will not taler actively into hit senatorial culms dor mg (ha pro# at aswoon. He will go out to tbs country borne of his aun-in-le w, MaJ. Doodle*, where he will remain, aod where he will be ut easy acce* of th* rap. tot. E. E GOULDING, Jeweler, Moi North went corner Third and Piasa streets, HAM IN STOCK THE KNIGHTS OF LABOR. draggbt af tole city. Fort Moult, Parsons, .... ....... ........ ai. I Medalia baw inade applioaUuns to have ;    agreeably    to' the const i tut km the headquarters of the jaceiver made at ana law# cf the United Mutes, so help me their respective pointe.    —* besa placed at 98UO.UA road ie to he given Nov. Their bond* have Pue semi un of the I. m earn ted Pollee ta Prevent Bsiwggllwg. Wi x.* *rm». Mon , tort. IL—Th* cantoral sutborttie* have dtoeuverad that for years Urge ccHodgnmeote af opium from China have been sent to southern Manitola. -mug-glad lute Dakota and from that territory dnetrihutmi aim iig the etatsa of the llama. It ha* brnm dtaco#cml aisu that quai.tit.e# of The Membership of the Order Poiltag OB I'sstM# rah! I’ITT* a cm», I’m, Ort 8.—la '.mi mention 1 on the reeignetimi of Thomas Barry of to. • general boanl Knights of Labor, Ho nor I* llrGaw. ex master workman of dxmct assembly No Ii. said Munday night ti at th* memherahip arf to* ratter has fallen off en-•afer*ttif within the last two yearn Kx-Master Workman Juaeph Is Brans of district os-mu lily Not X sud: "Tam Barry’s •tokoeas baa impaired hts mind and he doe# not know what he Is ta.king about. The order will ma go to pieoiM in a thousand yearn Notwithstanding Powderlytdeclaim th»ii be will lea candela!*, and be wtU be dtfcalsd, too." Regarding the ateritberddp the report mad* at to genera! as-unbly at Haroilhei, Oat, to ?•*•'» wa# Vt 1,9ft!; at Richmond, P**d, about TX*.0W». at Mitt iv, poilu, PMT. Ad, 1*1; at preeent, i- !,57l. A it e nter of district #io,(Xx1 stole of a fet^mg Fine Gold and Silver Watches, Rich Jewelry, Silverware, Clocks, Spectacles and Sewing Machines OLDEST HOUSE! LARGEST STOCK! LOWEST PRICES* Oil, Noodles and Supplies for all Machines. Mtates, so help God.* Mr. FnUer’s vaku was dear aud bkt manner calm. When he had (wad the oath be returned to the clerk the Bi blo which he bad oesrtnhly No, H esye that tin* enter is h*M! ut his hand, and retiring behind th*    ti,,,    ,.f mllara which form the teekgrouud to toe mvr%h Justhe* -rote, appeared at th* doorway ta I the in..! I: • of the beuch. The justices and the member* . rf the bar had re mat im! #uod-tug tonugboul the ceraiuo .y aud until the appeal am • of the chief justice in bls official place. As be catered to* dourwey, JueGra tei r,ut    hand.    said;    “I    waloume    you    a*    a    member RECEPTION COMMITTEE AT KACH STATION. trains leave every FIVE MINUTES -PHOU The Grand Depot, JIT TEE GLOBE •NFNtop owfr Ticket* good far •ne aeaaun. Ion Rites ta itll Mitt I ion a MP’Mafely first-clnaa service gu arati teed. fitoTl.tfc Insurance Free. ■BTFor atinule detalle coll ae THE GLOBE, W. A HILDEBRAND, Gen- Pam. Agent «rfiir/ll TRAVELING BT THU MOU TH OMIT, TH KB A TM ABB, WILL bath na faicur ar a hombbtbau. 9V4Tuunmm>.jm OrriNU TNB MIW MKN simultaneous rash was mat* fur the rara The pol ira kept them cdf, bowewr. but Ow crowd railed upon toe driven and «.inductors to get off and Jot ii tbetn. At Ai st the new mea hesitated, but finally unable to withstand the appeal they got off the rara A roar that might have been hear ! at toe Lab* View town halt weal up aud antae of the driver* and a*udwctor» were actually lifted tm the aboukkre of the rtrtkm and earned off to triumph. Everybody within reach shook bands with them aud the cheer lag woe Again resumed. At IO o'clock the striker* bed raptured fifteen of the new m*u Undismayed by the a|ipar#nt victory of the striker* th* company a offh-er* went to work with a will to reotooe th* dtwratera Right new men were at onus brought out erf the bam* awd put upon four of tin cars, two being left lehtnd. Th* striker* thought to he generous and nude no effort to induce th* new men to quit, preferring to have them ran to# gauntlet (rf th* aasfftog mot# along th* etreete down -lo wa and bach By tbs tiR>" they arrived hack, the #trikvre shrewdly real rn-1 they woald be in letter . rani tthni to work upon Til# driver .rf rain «rf the rara who*# name euuid art ha teamed, when changing his bor. , el c lark and Washiagtoa rtreeu, loosened the brake too quh kly end th* car ran into toe b.wses, Iwrakiag the leg* of both They had to ba tort Th* committee of wait rid* mea welted rai Mr Verkee at 19 o'clock Monday Uke Coyne, representing the tetri of director*, pfumetad a letter to Mr. Yerkee, eteted ta effect that th* w**t tefe men indue**! th# en-lion of the north ode awn, and that ell *■« ploy** toouhl receive til# mm* pay Ira (be him kiwi of work. Mr. Verb## refused to (rent with Mr. Coyne, Saying that be ess n<4 an employ* of to* w#*i side road end he would have no interferon * from any wert •id* employ** oa the affairs of the north sefe road H*- referred the eommiU** to Mans gee Parsons, of toe west aids road. The ama* Billie*) tort. udd Mr. Yerbas if they did not receive bu answer bf 4 o’clock a general ti* mountel pol ira have tmm detailed for etal duty along to* (router They will prevent, lf porn!Us, ail smuggling. Mrs. Dellioger's Ueath. I.AXCAaTsa, Bt, tot ll.—The coraaerb Jury ta toe ease of Mn, Mary Itelliagnr, of tow court and ae it* chief Justin*." Th* i hi f Justice bws edl It* tbea turned to th*, left sad bowed to the aeronat* Jus-Gras seated there, sad finally be bowed to the members of th* bar. Item be took bi* ■eat aud th* amor late Justices found dead on the twat «f tin. little ( oui*- ten* of lh# bar mate.I themselves. The chief ■togs creek Friday morning, returned • verdict Moadsy an>rbing ut “drowned, having been thrown into th* stream by some person unknown.* 1%* testimony of a witness ba-1 fore th* jury shows that a mao was »#«• running away from the scene of toe tragedy early in the aroraiag. tin body of the un fortunate woman was buried Munday, to* eecuead husband bring present al th* fu-amal ta charge of . dicers Th* Del Heel I vadeve* Hawk. ('neado, CH 9 — Aa attorney representing Ham*, n Wolff, sdeptMihir la the Trsd-et*’bank to toe amount of filii,) v* ■«, sp- prsrri in Judge Mbepard's court Munday morning and demanded att order far the immediate examinatua of Cartier Taitmaa and othar officers of the bank to find out if toe chaus ran be resolved into order, la Mb po-tiltoci it w •‘barged Girt fwnde af the henh were fraud ti let.Uy converted ami nuasppra prtoted by toe * fit*-el* in their private cuter-prteua. Married la a Ctrrwe King IrtAiiux ta- t nix*, VV la, tort, ft Ae event, not on th* UiR birt place Saturday night at I ting ling Bro.1* circue immediately after th* grand entry. A wedding took place hi th# ring Judge Vtele, af this city, o&dated au l united la marriage Joesfh W. ftereooe, of Darting tun. Wa, and tUfiu-la loUBphine, nee Mine Lowaade, Br nail They af* toto profewoaal bareback ri ier# j is# tea nude bis find aunouaewuient lo th* bar. It wa* lo the effect, tort aa wa* well known, the coart would transact no buMnma Monday, hut would receive appl)* attern for ad im Wait-- to the bar. Attorney Ueueral Garland addressed the court and propoeed the nam* of H wiry Ii, Mona, of toe District of Columbia, for admittance toke bar. Hon. W V. Goudy prupow-l th* names of «*v«rai mwusbers of th* Cbo-ago bar, and them and a large number of other candidates were takeu to toe clerk's drek an I .worn in. Vt bro the installation of new tucmbwre of the tor bad been Oran plated, th# chief Ju, Aa Historic Iii.tiding. Nxw Okie * #•< (H ft—W'orkmeo ar* de- m.< idling tbs old United Mtatm court building on Royal street, This wa* one of th* public bul kl lags turned over by the French at the transfer (rf Louisiana in lh* and wa* oomph*! a* tbs United Mtates district court bouw tor many years. In this building Judy- Domain* O Hail eat wb-n b* iemed th* ben- b warrant for the amal of Gen Jackson for contempt of court in ref (Ming to obey a writ of habeas corpus, and bere to* victorious general wa* brought by (be United Htebs marshal and fined filO.(NM) by the ju<igr Th* building was ama’I and not fitted for the growing city, and In M’« 1'rvei dent John (Jutacy Adam* ordered Ila sale *1 anotto'i ll was bought in by the Cbevalter Louis D’Aquia. Only 50 cts. PROCURE A PORTRAIT OF TI HEIT A St mm meet la Jraule Haerwaw. Lot isvttlX, Ort R—A monument to tbs mentor y < rf Jenut* Bo** man. toe girl who was murdered by Albert Turn-r and William Patters rn, both On. red, in A|*ril, 1*017, mm unvette.1 hers. Vim Dow man was a do I tneslio and was attacked try toe negroes lo an attempt to rob ber employer^ bouw, situated j in a fashionable and a#-o#*-l) |#>pu!ate*i pari We will send the ALTON Weekly TELEGRAPH. tem aaaoumwd tort •! motion* art for Monday would ttand over until Tuesday, when th** court would proceed with tit* docket lie J toe cdf court, delivered the add (tm ■ani that hi a**w-home with immemorial court would adj-uni to give Um a* opportunity to pay tier re-epeute to th* prmntent. The trier then a ii-trounced th* eosrt adjourned; the chief jus-lira and bn os«* i»te# retirvd to the confer-eora-ruom, and in a few moments Uke courtroom we* cleared. The jurtlra* removed their robes end. taking carriage*, proceeded lotos White House to ort on the president. hh’irtiv bet or* I o’cksk the nwmUm cd tiw supreme court, with the *xeepGrai of JptMB ll. ttiiewx and beaded by Marshal I ip:} F.#»« 7 I (he I id the city. A Ioffe atteodoora was present fO HHV iICl(ll*C88 until Jan. I, 1889, and with at th# rat ii    Julge    K,    ll    I    teen    (eon,    ;    w III {WOO, A »*r> I awd -mu thug Match. NKW Yoke, Ort ii.-TM Mt-d0ff mad •culling race at lh* Valison Mquvre garden b#f»D et midnight riaturdoy, OConnor teed lag at the start, followed by Uaudaur and Hubeai. The other starters were Teemer, Fast, Conley, McKar, Lee, lieuiin. l.trgan, Bls tat rd and K we. Moire st tx in (lauds nr, 98 8 tsp*; M Key ad ». l*Ui%t..d. 24 7; u t on nor, 91 m, Mubear - • 8; Teemer, 90 h; Hatnm, lft-7; Largas. IV I H as, iv. t'-ontey, 1» I, \\ right end Uferk Mc K< Atty, called at the I Mora la an ------•Fo,-#       o    I Kftlff t lift* ton *• hftiuife in ll. Fxiladkltmia, Ort ft—Fra a eecood time in th* bleary of th* roll of Est ('laxtoo against the Cont mew tai botel pr .prietore, J K King toy ft Ca, to recover damegee fur th* Urn of be* dmfltouds, to* jury faded to ag roe aa I were Un 'barged '.oui lay morning. The forwamn of toe Jury after wards told • reporter that Ow* jury stood nm, lo three in favor of th* del n tart The “Ay agitato’* (Md Nat shaw I p. NKW Y CKK, CM ¥ -Tire represented Vs* of Ka. bard K Fox wv*t I* sn up gown rvrort Maturd*y night to meet the member* of th* syndical* abo ar* barking UM “onkn<>w«" to fight K dr alo and arrange a match. S >«* of th* mem)>er« put in an appearance, ■ «b< ugh they bal pTcv toady agr rad to Otert Kill st ut repremittrttvm White Mourn. The party were ushered into th* bin* roorn, where the president joined them Home twenty initial##* spent in pleasant ran verm tom The east r>«*m at th* Urn* was w. ll filled with people awaiting to* pr* - . test's regular Monday re-rapttoo. but n*m<- wen- sdmltted into the bim) re Sim Cbfef Ju*ti>v» Fuller ani Justle* la mar, to# two new member* of th* supreme c* urt brach, WW* niurt oheerva! l y to* curious cr»*d, el-mb watched th* departure of the dbrtngufebed party. Having performed th* u»uei bm* femorad custom of railing (Mi th* president when th* cram first convwNM in the fail, toe member* departed. THE PUBLIC DOMAIN. Re tier I Tm Mea Against Hewitt an* Groat. New YOBS. Ort. " The Tribute my* tout tbs lto|Mi bi tauts will prohuidy nom mat* j Job* M Uteri*, the ete*ndmet end Irun porlaGun nidi nm aire, fur mayor. Mr. Btertn my* that he will Gob lf made Ute* I mutely mf Com rn las I en er At#^bslag*r lur th* Tear KsJlsi Jssi to W ABM I '*’ • IYW* (ITT, (X-t ft—8 M Block •lager, r*-nuni«*k#ter of th# general Iud office, bae sui milted to tbs secretary of th* later ira hie report for th* fiscal y ar ended June Bi, ftert For th* year lh* goverwctert bae conveyed * baft, UM acre* Of th# ll, ISI pa touts Mfd Dakota received IftttM, the largest samite. At th* clue* (rf th* tfeal year Ibm* bad tora. Mi I to, WG wk* of the po UU: land reatored to the goverumert and memmwded for restoration. Is Rs|M»rt lieer to Kogtanrf. Ni*r Yolk. Oat ft—BMBtel Untermsqr -r. att. rnay far tire Brewer*’ ara eitliMi of ibis City, r#• urn—I from England Friday, niter* be bed lame rn got rating with Kaghsb rapttel-ista fur the **tabi dtiuetil of a Jsel stock brewery in this City, with to*- view of ex King American tsar to Koglan*. Mr Cl in. ‘ r say# ti rt ti" WM virtu# ti) - I raraful and tb* »X) rte ti aa* will anan be gin. it a splendid LIFE-SIZE PORTRAIT OF GEN. HARRISON, all fur 50c. These Portraits are on heavy plate pa* per aud lire the bent ever indued of the Republican candidate. Every Republican family should have one. THE TELEGRAPH Im a large S-pnge All the local and general news of Felt Hat*!* a Flight mf Malt*. Montvkmkh, Vt, th*, k —Sp aker Jralab Grant, of the Im use of representatives, arose in toe darkie*#. F. t.lay night at hie brarvlliqi bourn, bwwnM! L-eutered, MMI fed down * long Arg■ t of stair#, receiving mvrt* in# palier. Clit) week. juries. For a UAM hie .-noitll mi amene, ■tdered critical, amt now ktep bytotote my*1 Im ran not attoud to tto duty tor aum* tim* I IM«iie!mo OI# Inert Against Lysrlim. Mattoon. I Is., (Al a. —Th# special grand jury impaneled at ( barlest*-• Aug 4 to inquire Into th# banging of William Goorw, iou torii j rated its labor* and returned nine Indictments. Biverrt of tbs indicted raiding in fbi# city have been plo^n der heavy bonk f ir their ovbere have u t yet been found. Call at thin office aud have it dent to friends or relative* who formerly lived in thin city or comity. They will appreciate litMiriiitf from thcdr old home ouce a weekN \ ;