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Publication: Alton Daily Telegraph July 11, 1890

Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 11, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON I) AIL Y TEI.KOIS AOB. *% VOLUME 20. ALTON, ILL.. FRIDAY EVENING, JULY ll, 1890. NT/ * IS yj • ta a ira i M i§N mm PYH IAN* elect officers. Filibustering Speeches in the National House. The, RULPS CRITICISED BY BOGERS. for Infants and Children, ••omiritiiKnlt^ tocfcnd*etthat I CMM* Colte. Ooasttoetree I rwooaneod It a* superior tunny proemption I R«*r 8tofn.«*ti burr twas, fcruaiaum ism." H. A Amaut, IL I).. I Ki‘“    *""* “***>•    I*"*****##    <**- IU8*. Oxford BL, brooklyn, M. Y. | Wit'.. mjuriotxi tsitfltratka Th* ('■HTAr* Comr un, T? Murray Afreet,.* Y. Beady Mixed Paints I Oils -- AGENTS FUR TI I le st. Louiti Varnish Co. Fine VARNISHES aud JAPANS. I ..naltl* rat (.til at tbi Conf. r« m« Report *» IM* Ilhrr Hill la IR*. m*t#~ Proto-at»t« Sac*«.»«». „r t w-"iii*IMar 1‘almrr Mr*-.!** ut Im! Nominations -Th* Hmm I Milan maturer Prrarntod \** Ct-dele for Writ I'ulnt. WaMlXGTOX LITT, July ll.—Th< Democrat# t,«»k up til* line of (be house Th'ira lay aft*moon In filibustering *|H - ekes to prevent action on th# report of the committee on rub** under which it wan propoMd to lake up the original pa. knife Mil and the iwrikrutcy bill. Ilogtre, of Arkansas, made * long #(* * -ii on th* rn* que.t of Ko!<>••, Of Min-, that the journal be i arn-* ted so an to abow that he was oh •en* in* sad of premt end not Toting Wednesday. Boger* cr! tiered nererely the Hew mien of the hoiiw. I* lite Meant*. The senate agrred to a rend ut ion offered b) stewart calling on th* secretary of the Interior for information an to th* selection of sites for res**rvoir» by the director of the geological nurvey. ( .nsidcration of the confcrentw report on the stiver bill wan then trammed. CAPITAL CITY MISCELLANY. iliarter Oak Stoves aim Halloos Black Diamond and Asbestos Roofing. Building and Sheeting Paper. Force, Lift and Spraying pumps. New Home and White Sewlug Machines ; •JO each. Anent* for the Cornin ion »f vt tater Wheat. Wash I Soto* CiTV, July ll.—The winter wheat report of th* deportment of agriculture represent* tire en |> an harvested in all but it* more northern latitude*. It shows *» >m** advance In condition where it wa* lowest in June, in Michigan. Indiana, IHI* not* and Missouri; and slight decline in Ohio, Kent achy, the Pacific coast, and in tile southern states The general av. -agr is 7*2 against 78.1 laid month, and the reduction is mostly in the non-eommetrial d strict*, the commercial supply states t then together making nearly th* sam* average a* In June A Wise .nam San Chawn for th* Position of N|ir«mn ( hen**!tor. Mi Lvr a I’UKK, July ll, -Thursday morning’s Hesston of the Pythian supreme lodge was M-t for 9 o’clock, but interest em itting almost entirely in the elect ion which J wa* mat)* tin apodal order cg busine** for I IO o’clock, the members did not turn cwt I in force at the earlier hour, and HU I* or no bu-inca* wa* done. A cl*** of nix candidates war;* vested with the degree and after transacting a little routine business • tie lodge proceeded to the election of j officers. George I*. Si n* for Supreme C hancellor, Past Ptiprema Chancellor Howard Doug-j las, of I'loci atlatl, presented the name of Georg.- B, tSfiaW, of Kau Claire, for the I position tit supreme thane.-Hor in a stir I ring sp*#* ii. aud upon motiuii H.C Harry, the oldest living pant supreme ehancellor, cast the balk* of the lodge feat It* Win* contin man. For Vice chancellor, Rejwr# «*ntntlte Lee, of Rhode Maud, precented the name of W. W. Birt- k well, of Kentucky; Representative Shepard, of limit* 'ana, seconde ; the ti. >(iinstiont and a* J. 8. King, of (lntario, decliner! to he a can* I date, the tail lot was unanimously cast for Mr. Bito k well. <Ht»«r <t fit eel-* I leotff*. The other offi'-ers elected were as follows: Supreme pi late. KH T. Bhiokmer, Ban I bego, tai,; supreme mn der exchequer, 8 J, Willey, Wilmington I lei,; supreme keeper records and seal, K 8. C. White, Nashville, Trim.; supreme master et amis, O. II. Morrlsson, Nevada, supreme secretary endowment fund, W. ll. Kennedy, Cincinnati, supreme inner guard. Dr. I) C. Harkwel), Cheyenne, Wyf, T,; sujw- me outer guard, John ll. 'I hompoon, Wallington. THE INDUSTRIAL FIELD. Trouble with Laborers at Welt Superior, Wis ONE OF THE LEADERS WOUNDED. —FINK LINK OF - Carriages. Bailies aid Sp? Wagons 'de the Beet HOAD CART in the World for SIO. t i jim, :    ■ Hardware and Farm Machinery, Alton, III. IE KE OSK ALL COMPETITION I I. anc* for a W lr ti I (sn Man. WAntuJKiTOX (’ITT, July ll —It la reported that John K Bole*, of Hudson, Mich., will lie shortly appointed to a place in the diplomat)* service. The resignation of ex-Senator Thoms* W Palmer as min-bier to Spain leaves the stat* of Michigan without any representation in the foreign service, and the Republicans of that commonwealth are insisting upon auother appointment. The probabilities ar* that one of onr representatives to some of th* minor continental courts will be sent to Madrid and that the vacancy thus created will he given to Mr. Boles. Grand Spurial Salt* iii Stilts or Pantaloons Made t<» Order. PERFECT FIT AKI SATISFACTIOF GDARAHTEED Pre* Iii* attal Rom Inst Ion*. Wash I xo to* City, July ii,—Th* pr**i-dent ha* sent to the senate the following nomination*; ll. Bowser, of Connecticut, consul of th* United State* at Sierra I none Postmasters- Michigan-C I. Hath ism. Fremont. Wisconsin— Henry (Hah#), Clintonville, F M < Ii ar ie*, wort ti, Mouth Kaukauna; ti If. Fowler, Wauwa-t«e*c Illinois—CX 8. Lyman, LaGrange; | K. F Bisk* Lexington. Iowa- W. W. < Heyxar, Guthrie Cinter J I* Hunter, Webster City; D. B, Harriott, Lenox AT BRU EGGE MAN'S A Iiou. ('usnlwfeit, Wa ait tao TOK Cav, July ll.- A n*w and dangero’i- counterfeit of the Bl sliver certificate bu- r. i cully bren put rn circula (ion in New York and some of the western cit Im* ll i* described as having a check letter IL brain the signatures of W. S. Koae. i sms. register, and James W. Hyatt, treasurer. The seal is of large sire ami brick-red ta color. The counterfeit can best be detected by the color of the seal and the irregular numbering of the note. Artistic Tailoring and Gent's Furnishing Goods Emporium. 221 Plasa street. Cadets t* the Military Academy. Washisuton City, July ll.- The folio wing named cadets have been appointed to the I uitod 8tat«* Military academy at West Point: Willlaiti P. IVarce, Ninth district. I mi lait a; I) P Townshend, Nineteenth I II in. its district; Harry IX LHUbridge, *'i\re**nth dint rid, Ohio Tilt New Ultllati Minister. WArtlliMiTiM CITY, July ll —Aa*; .taut 8ecreiaty of State Ade* Thursday maru-i*l formally pre tented Senor ll. Pru-denoo La/aruo, the new Chilian minuter to the pre-'.dent Tim usual formal greet jogs wen- exchanged. Ara fmmMtxcly popular Bfnui tkty are strictly flrst-cle*'** tally *arrantcu. and • till only modi on la price. ana sun viij r- —-    j    iji ESM «EGMS% Arf th® best In tho world, *nd k*ve|gd nil others for year*. Orer I BO,Bio In Ute. Tho people are bound to nm * Uh* host. and nill hare homo but the flawy. Gar price* are the lowe-d und terma Mhcr time pa) im .its or cadi, rn cue either turners prefer. C'all and ace a*, or ared for Catalogues and full information. A|»(.i"*eU tty the rrcildrsi. Washixoion City, July IL—The president ha* approved the act far the public building ** Puri*, Tex., and to Increase th* limit i he cwt uf the public t»uild mg at Fort Worth. Tm a BEAUTIFUL GIRL’S DEATH Sh* I'm* Sr afi I. rut rn of the ESTEY & CAMP, 233 Stats Street, Chicago. Louis Houn.0, OKV Se. 918 (Hive? iSi Mc Mio* Uu* fspcr a Mallei fbrowgh ll Hi art— Met Vm*y t# (ire* MAV, Ga., July it V cia, wtuy *rn«ion Mits Genovlav* (>r*stt, a tieau y. ung I* I) of ‘IL ruined ti law ogk WllOOXeii A Wright- A lilt Ie l«i. I n jwirt of a pistol wa" heard Mi** Green, Imrowliately on entering the oBbes, had pulled a rivt’d from andor ber cape, sod, placing tue mu*/!:* to her heart, Ami and bdl dead Miss Green wa* a leat her of sri in the West Point female college aud had l*a n bort a week Rue came from Fair Haven, Vt whore *he bohMtga to a **11 known family, ii* (eft * message for Ft cd H Green, of Ugd* st, I Jab; W. Ii ti (wen, of Fait Haven. Vt aud R W. Wood, of West Point, Ga , ta which -.he •Tell them I did no wrong.” saUl i ill I;{ii Iii I ai J " / a AntrtXMi as Trial. La|nm:. July ll. The trial of thrae men and one woman under wrw’ for having bsoa rftgt -*«d in Anarchist plotiingM was is-gun hi till* cit) Thurs-l♦/. Th# *vklen<e. '(need having ntdlivM tho (pi that the prison*** weiv reiste.1 i«, the Antu hists of 8t INderslmrg, Lu.doti and Arn. rka, th* women brob* down aud made i confesshin TRw 1,4.twit.ii I'Mlwra'i Strike. Igjftfk’N, July ti.—Two hundred of the parcel (xwtuiet) w» re »lisi*il*w<l Thursday. The blacktail*, pn*"Ted by the i> *Bce un working nkuig* ,d* of the unbod •’*, who st^in t<> bv wwUuMdug. I h. delivery <»/ letters is suspended iii a few piston, while In other* there la a delay of two hours in th* carrier service . rn t rn - • aa A City ItMtrefMl by Tira. Lox!»>x, July IL—News ha* jtiat been race ive. I that Fort de France, a fin* town of It, (JU) inhabit.ill Is Ut) the West coast of Martitdi|UA Fmnah West India*, wa* Almost tidally destroyed by fire last month aud Mint many lives were lost. NOT DOWN ON THC BILLS. A I’ugtllstle Afit-t niece to tin* Watr-t'os-More I *(Rt. Bi 11 Alo, N Y., Julv IL—There wa* a sui ,11 s.zed fight Tuesday night that did not fort) {tart of the program me at the KH* County Athletic club'* entertelament. It occurred in the Iroquois hot#! sud the rrincipaN were Ike vVVir, who had Just v Upped Jim ( onnora, and Tommy barren, who wa a one of Weir’* «wcnnd* Th# (tarty bad gone to the hotel to receive their share of the purse put up in the Weir Con nor* fight Weir wsa sitting quietly waiting for President Griffin to turn over to him his sh are of the purse. Warren aeem»*d nervous arid ill at ease. Finally he Mopped lo the table where the clot* officers were at work and a ud: “Gen llemea, I ani aaUefled th s man (Weir) will cheat me if he get* rn diane.*, and I wish you would keep out what he owe* me.” Weir Went at Him. THI* was enough for the "Spider,” and with the spring of a cat be was at Warren iii an I natant Tommy wheeled, and before the club (leoplt knew what had happened, they had snot bar fight on their hands and • ml-hot one Some good, warm crack* were inter, honied before the men were (tarted, Broiden! (.Tiffin threat ruing tital if the) male another such rn* ' e he would put th>‘»n both in the hands of the police. Tommy got his money all right A Knik! of stril *-r« Attempted to J afer tie Hi'iga Wart., (<«o«in,i> Mod Ware tired I |iM Ry a < tint parlor I »t forte oat •• Strike af Kays at KtttsRarg— Ntrikc att t’.e Loot*, til*- and Masks!!!* Hatlsi ay— Print• . * Qslt W*»rk. Win S; mum:. Win, July IL Tuea-d.ty it was thoogn: the strike in progress in this city among the street laborers was near an end an i that it would terminate pcanaabt y. There were got si grounds for these conclnsiotts too. The man all day Tuesday made no dem on st is 11 on*. They *p| somewhat dihcourauad aud lh# strike us a whole bure a dejected air. About 2:U.) Wednesday afu*rn*s»n the striker* had a large crowd on Third '(.reef and John avenin From there they •tarted tow..rd th* iatrgt works, and aft**r a halt .it the corner of Th led and Hammond they proce* led t i for. •• an enframe Rito tin hit go works grou -da. Her.- they were met by tiny* policemen and Cont ran >r \nd«r» n, who told them lo keep off. On prc->asl the crowd regard less of tile wanting, sud great shouting elttldutig, and shuffling eu*u«d s)..,( hy lh* I anti*, tor. Butin* the struggle Anderson tired at one of the leader* The ho IIH hit Andes** Biverisou behind th# left temple. After the idiot the crowd fell Imck a UMI# and began to hurl atone* piecrs of (dank, and what. ver    were within reach at Anderson M^ t of them he wa* ai le to dodge, hut was hit several time* Anderson a i" arr.-te<‘, Uf if 1)( Pall loon ami •seortcd to lull under the cover of re civet* tho do*-ta sri ore a cat / va- ahov-eitfig - ct-l th*- sir k* c were ut.I., pi- ut.* od from stopping ut; work try Cont rector Lutlot H4 coops Boat the moi,' t • keep off hi- pr-mixe, by d:->o|ayiti( s re- ti vet and threaten:ii;, to sh jot dean att) matt who tuiin-1 u|K.ti the docits. K*er,lhii.g Maw Af1*(et. Dulimh, Minn., July ll - Kv.-rvthing ta quiet among the strike) • ut W. -t Sup.-rior, la. AH saloon* have Urn ci-rs-d, and the city is under control of 8 tariff Wlck-»' rom, who baa sworn ie KW citlaan*, aa »(*"Jal (lepiilie* This force are on guard arni al! ImmU of striker" on Uh* street* are disbursed. Mea are at work at th# tiarge works, rind on ail other urn tracts, except on Twelfth street. OTHER LABOR NEWS. HAD THE PASTOR ARRESTED. < harlot with I -ins Aloin,. Ungi>*(* ta a W utuau. K.U IIL Win., July ll —lier. C. L Hsu •en. of th. new Cotigregattonal church, on High street, wa" arraigned leftrc Justice I'pchnrvh Wednesday morning on complaint of Mr*. Mary Albright, who charges tha* the minister used illusive language toaurd her. Rev. .Mr. I Lim sen pleaded tint guilty mid the case was ad i<-turned for one awk Th* anni pi a i naut all,ga# that the prencher called ber nann» on April til and that rn other occasions si ac* he has called her aud also her daughter laid bairn s and hence the arrest De lites the Charge. Rev. Mr. Hansen •tate* that the charge la fain# and that on the contrary th* lady bas been very troublesome in the congregation and had callat! him a liar and swindle!. and that ria had (Im,abused and Col Ie J !itdi<* of th** congregation names. rill thin ac <*nuI the co.gregat iou expelled b> r from Hie church Wt Sunday, which ajipe-ira to have mad* Ma Albright very angry and hance she had the pastor ar pstel on the al**.,.- (barge. Mr. Haitian is confident that he can prove his ianotia#*. A IttMitr. us NtrfUe. I’tTTHB’ tMi, Pa., July ll —Forty boys from 1*2 to lh year-, of age em ployed as layer, out iu the huUbing depsrtinent of Painter Son* A (*o.'s iron itiili nave bren on '•trike a week past. Thev wore being paid tai c« ut* a day and »ann* I ti. The ( rubers lofused to gmut tim .net - .»•. Aa a result of Uh* s uke tile entire dc;Wirt meat Is ck>M d dow'i nod sever#! hundred tueti are tdie The flrui baa now taken a hand and st reed notices l>> qu i on Un families of the tx y*. who oc« '.,«j company j bimas* F.illiag to rn rat.; In ft t days? they wiil he evicted. Among th# t- n.-taU j are several wtdov," whose -ole dep, ndetme , was tho VO nriiti a day their boys etrtied ' strike wa the LcHi!»vtlle awd Nashville. law rum LUI, K> , J aly IL-All th# lamia-VHI* and Nashville suit chined and th* freight brakemen on the "h..rt line want on a strike Tit*-day uight. Th* ((aaacuger (nlutiiM t’xik no par' in the trouble and the f rn in- vt. i ' out a* usual, Transportation all along the '-h> re Un* to ( iud nu* ti has bien co.npleleif st* p) -si, and Hot a * fain is moving in either direction. Th# •t rike Is for an in. u s- •< in wages Illinois (tons af Yet et ans. MAXsFtli n, His, July IL-There was an Immwia# orc od in attendance at the ant impotent of the central Illinois dlvta-k‘ti of the Sons of \Vu '-ana. Tilt various co to pan ie- were put the ugh the drills and dross parade in tin* presence of a large a tin's • of (st.ple Vt ’hr mass mooting :tt th* i-'t *t»d st.oi.l addrest*## were delivered i»y Col K T. Le# and t^ij t J. C. Ware. Th* annua) ch <*|loti of off (era oc c.H»«! a’. I Cap*. J. ll. l amplit- i. of «amp Nu . was rn. i lei major of the 'attal ion lh meet was select od aa the p'sre for bolding th** O' »' CIK tafepmeot There vi n it kiiatt) barile at night which wa# a Ila sued by a ar'at crowd A FEMALE EXPLORER. A !’• ut. »<mm Atli atli; e.l lnttti.'. ^ I** Ii A Ki * UCO* ^ ii ly ll.-—Profeasor VV 1 ( Gn-'oii "a- sdjii Iged itcotne Til ..aday | Slid scut to tile asylum at Ktockt.ui Ile leap.-*I from the ‘ .tldoW of an Oakland hotel Wednesday. I»i|t fell vm an awn«ng I aud wa* tm! im Homily hurt He aaa at one ti me a prominent lawyer sn Ohio and I was former I** a partner in bust mss* with J Hodad mat**" *• uator Pugh, of Alabaut* Marrlcft Mr. ilan%#-' WMas, la'MS'V July ll - Mr ( baric* Kendall AdaotA president of IfKwdl university, wa-merit ii to Mary Mat tit# wa Ba mea 'fie It; :<lc wa* tit* u: iou iiI tile tat.- Mr. A 8 Harm**, ’hi* "«!I kilt,a n (nildisberof New York. The honey un*, n will he partly apout al the residence of NL. Andrew < hi (•egis to rc'tUnJ. Mr. ti, I *.Ji» Adauu cill star! foi N W York OU Aug *'«• Rite I'etiel rate* th# WI Ms of Alrira ami I >.-ii., itui "sis. New VORK, July ll - Mi'" Mary Sharp, | a Hnstklyn school teacher, has just re tamed from an cx(dorinh et jiedfticn in Afrha Mise Sharp winy was .lot* lu her travel" through iii* wilds of Afrite, went ! dir*«-t’y to Liberia awd th«*nie    o*>    I b r j win*) tin. ugh the icuntn thai eg thickly nha it #1 by savage* Why re vet sh* w ai she was treat'-.I in a kind md hospJ tble manner. Speaking of caird ladiaii. sir- say* I* I" (It* r oat on* »f the in bah.' i a* of th* island collut rh f lo ml! huo ,■. I* -h The twvagr# ’ • k upon the pnnff ic* as a luxury A rn Id lor Gaud Wark, Mi* "v irp t« IU some Weird tabu of bet * Aper a ma f . ndi'w (An>.|hail*a», and belier ex 'hat front the manner In « blah she aa# treat 'll by I! • cii'sr' • a aid* j field for tUe study or a hi* t ti'. r -tun. aud bat "ii'lilly kuOWR r .ce could he i opened Up to tivillxattou. M «* ’'Arp win remail! in tin* coijat:y ua)y , -port time. her luten'<■ q I#*11,a lo r*<tum lo, Africa tai pursue her ek* lot aft.cia A Bargain ;k (Thick Wall#) with Waler In donee Large Cellar. LOT 00x1230. Iii Splendid Neighborhood, Handy to Depot, at a Haerltice. MUST BE SOLD. Dorsey & Mann 310 Bell© street. AKR ACKNOWLEDGE!) THE simplest. Most Lasting and Economical. REMAINS Unchanged through Years PU'hmp don*t be Nulled Into trying experimental stoves. Over .‘MKI Row In use In our city. FITTS & ill 315 Belle Hts Frillier" Leave th, lr I •*#•. Iii t i x, Moot,, July ll - Tin pc;' ten* im Th* Miner left their caws Wednesday i ev* ulus sud d#m«wi#d th* (Iii** hnrg*- of | GsHey sad Hall, (* I. grsul. oiitors, sod Kkruu* proof reader, is run*, the 'ORB were i.Rjis ttotmhir Do iwing refused they weft out ott strike TI’# metier bs* been referred by wire to A rot tref or Pood, of faduaiApoiK The Mitier was not It •n«*d Th nr day morniii^ aud may hr Obliged to sur (.end publicist bm two or three d^TR. * A. J. HOWELL DKALKK IN CARPETS, CURTAIN *, CLOTHS, RUGS, &c OIL -o- Our Prices WILL BE FOUND LOWER-Considering Qualities and Styles Than id aitv other hou»e in Alton. In cofittmuotice of tho GR KAT EXTENT of our KALES we are entbled lo do Busine"* on o VERY CLOSE MARGIN end it ie a rd oguUed fact that we handle by far LARGER (JU AN HUES OF GOODS TICAS ANV OTHER HOI SE IN THE CIT!. SPRIK) SUITS I am now receiving ft Ur^e uod val it* I stock of Clout!, in ail UM prevailing shade*, for Sprioyf Suit*, which I am prepared to make up in th< ll. l>«MK*t* «»t I "IM lo ll*. M a pf im iv, Win,, July ll.— Adam V’.Jk who kilk I Ih*n.*.i Abeara la the Town of Plait), 'vt»* I ak* n I • liars boo to av -id lyebing it* iay*s * v )' «l Urn thrretoaod by Ak* rn several ti it*" aud c*»irirr»JMed the deed in ilrfrii* Vi> k Is "T out ti yeare of sn# with aff ti bl ack Ward- IL* Las a wife iud »ix chihlivti. Kelt Usa Ksss(b af It. BftkMKN July ll.—Or. HartUnb, (rfthis city, who is preparing for pre us? vatjon the ■oologicai collection made by F.mtu Paella, bas received a letter from Kioto in * liich he says: "lf I return la Hofety I will not ’ tamp' God by ,’uniter explorations. J d*-; sire (Mot my eoUeoMoa* shall ire las rich I gad varied os possible” * «. a -rmloaal Nam I aal tans. WatM'tisi. lows, July IL—'(’onureas RuMt Ibtvid it II. udofwnu was renontj nat#>i by the I bird HstHrt lirpubilcan ioureatiaa Wcdaessl.iy. , Nlust y de!«^atee were present awl 'bere wa* no opposing aaudidatr* Jot it r, Ilk., July ii.—TI* lion. Is-wt* prewar I, of KamiaH county, was notal* j bared by arcismatkm W#r|n#*day by th# Un ch i at - for .mgr a-1 .an from th# < Flag I lllitid! dis'riel. Th* <*>nv#ntiou I wa# qnivt iud UaruionUiua. Mr. >t«*uare! I# a rn miser <*f the Fanners* alliance, Lt\. .ii ' N' h.. Inly IL- Tbs Democrat* of ini" tin KetArteentk congreMionaldistrict, in. i hero Thu.aday lo nominate s rat. Inure a tai oat Oi|it Ii well. Owen Scott, of Bloom tug <ua, was tie successful max. A/lost Fasb.ionablel Stvles, GUARANTEEING A Perfect Fit. ReasouabU Rates and Complete Satisfaction. H G. G. Moritz. 112 Third st. Mar on th* Saloon. Ne w Yoaa, July It.—It I* vep<wt«d bare that John D. Ko* heft Her abd a number of other rich men, writ W. own for their do-nr th i: - to i burel cha. 11##, ha vr agreed to support # ii«n>| it j a* r eau rprtae la support ut Ute aula -al >on rem|.»rs4i»« move melt started hi Kaiiaey a few year* ago. 6 WANTED^ » i-r**M itsr •*•*(>«*#va us twaiimars. Ut TJt’IT fgftfc. H MOTH tai. War— ry \ tagi I,-,    I ;

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Publication: Alton Daily Telegraph

Location: Alton, Illinois

Issue Date: July 11, 1890