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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 11, 1890, Alton, Illinois T f i FRIDAY ftr Infants and I OMUnU IreconunendHMWpiriortoadrprMCripOoo I Sour I m 111 Tmt CurrAtra 77 Murray Jf Ready Mixed Paints 1 Oils AGENTS FOR THE Louis Varnish Fine VARNISHES and Black Diamond and Asbestos Building and Sheet ing Lift and Spraying New Home and White Sewiug Machines Agents for ilic FINE LINE OF Filibustering Speeches In the National Carrjarrpo See the Best HO AD CART in the for S10 Hardware and Farm III Special Sale Made to PERFECT FIT AP SATISFACTION GUARANTEED AT BRUEGGE MANS Artistic Tailoring and Gents Furnishing Goods 221 Plasa Are Irameniolr are strJotly fallr and BtlH only medlom in Are the beat IP thfi world firator Over eople ure boundi to huvo ll imye uono but the EB wt aud ter Cft8U sona lor 233 State 016 Q13 Olive Mention I f4 W A WKSfi1 f i fc Wiili fiULE8 CRITICISED BY CoiialiUtrntlnn of the Conlrrrpico Report tlio Silver Illll tu tlin able AnrreMor of TvMinUtei Pnlmer New Chllltm Mlnlntcp ttotn for West WASIIISOTON July ocratfc up the time of tho liousc Thursday in filibustering to prevent action on tbe report of the committee on rules under which it was proposed to take original package bill and the bankrutcy made a long speech on the re quest of of that the jonrbal be corrected so as to show that he was sent of present nnd not voting Rogers criticised severely tho new rules of the In the The senate agreed to a resolution offered by calling on the secretary of the interior for information as to the selection of sites for reservoirs by the director of th geological Consideration of th conference report on the silver bill was then CAPITAL CITY Condition of Winter WASHINGTON July winte wheat report of the department tiire represents the crop as harvested in al but its more northern It show some advance in condition where it was lowest in in 1111 nols and Missouri and slight decline in the Pacific and in the southern The general averagi is against last month and the re duction is mostly in the noncotnmercia the commercial supply states tikcn together making nearly the earn average as in Chance for a Michigan WASHINGTON July is re ported thiit Joliu of Hudson will be shortly appointed to a place in the diplomatic The resignation of exSenator Thomas Palmer as min later to Spain leaves the state of Michigan without any representation iu the foreign and the Republicans of that com monwealth are insisting upon another HP The probabill ties are that on Of our representatives to some of the minor continental courts will bejgent to Madrid and that the vacancy will be given to Presidential WASHINGTON July presl dent bos sent to the senate the following nominations of Connecticut consul the United States at Sierra L Clintonville South Kaukauna Wauwa LaGrange Guthrie Center Webster City A Dangerous WASHINGTON July new and dangerous counterfeit of the silver cer tjficuto bus recently been put in circula tion in New York and some of the western It is described as having a check letter bears the signatures of aud James The seal is of large size and brickrod in The counterfeit can best be detected by the color of tbe seal and the irregular numbering of the Cadets to the Military WASHINGTON July fol lowing named cadets have been appointed to the United States Military academy at West Point William Ninth Indiana Nineteenth Illinois district Harry Sixteenth The New Chilian WASHINGTON July Secretary of State Adee Thursday morn ing formally presented Senor Pru donco the new Chilian minister to the The usual formal greet ings were by the WASHINGTON July presi dent has approved the act for tho public building at and to Increase the limit of he cost of the public build ing at Furl A BEAUTIFUL GIRLS Slip Puts n lliillot Through Her If or tu July Wednesday aft druoou Alias Gouovinve beautiful ig lady of entered tho luvv ofllco of Wilcoxuu A little later the report of a pistol was Miss mmediately on entering Ue had Jlilltfd a pistol from under her jlaclug thu iniiialo to her flrud and loll dead Minn Green was u toucher of irt in thu West Point female college aud iad been hero a She came from belongs to u ivellkiiowu Shu left u mestmgo orFwl of Utah of Fill i1 ami of West In which she laid Uipm I did no Trouble with Laborers at West Thick Walls July trial of tluup men and ono womiui under arrest for Imvr ng bion engaged in Anafchist plottings wasbngun iu this city Tho evldtnw uavlng eulijljlUlioU Uio that tho prlsonurs weio related la tlifj rchlnU of London and the women broko down and nado a Tliu Pimtmcii July hundred uf tho mrcel postmen were dlsmlHSod ho protouted by thu nro working alongside of the who weem to bu Thu dollvury of loUurn lb HUsnuwUd Iu a few whllo in others thtii iu a dulay of two hourn iu the oanlwr A City by July Newd Juit been Fort do a fine town InliftblUutK on tliw PY 11 IANS ELECJ A WisilDiiiln Man fdr the l Hfiprohiri July mocn tnfcs session of tho Pythian supreme was net for 9 but interest center ing almost entirely hi the election Which wns made tlio special ordur of tor 10 the members did not turu out In force at tho earlier and little or no Imsinenswas A class of mx can didates wera vested with the degree and transacting a little routine business the lodge proceeded to tho election of Ooorgo slmw for Supreme Pust Supreme Chancellor Howard Doug of prencmted tho name of Geoigo of Eau for the position of supreme chancellor In a stir ring aud upon motion the oldest living past supreme cast the ballot the lodge Wis consin For vice Repre aentiitiTe of Rhode presented the name of of Ken tucky Representative of Louis seconded the and as of declined to bo a can the ballot was unanimously cast for OUior Officcrg The oilier officers elected were as fol lows Supreme Kit Sun supreme muster ex supreme keeper records and supreme master at Nevadasu preme secretary endowment Cincinnati supreme inner supreme outer John NOT DOWN A Pugilistic Afterpiece to the WeirCon nors July was a Binall Jiiztid fight Tuesday night that did riot form part of the programme at the Erie County Athletic clubs It occurred in the Iroquois hotel and the principals were Ike who had just hipped Jim and Tommy War who was one of The party had gone to the hotel to receive their share of the purse put up in the WpirConnors Weir was sitting quietly waiting for President Griffin to turn over to him his share of the Warren seemed nervous unJ ill at Finally he stepped to the table where the club officers were at work and said Gen I am satisfied ths man will cheat me if he gets a and I wish you would keep out what he owes Weir Went at This was enough for the and with the spring of a cnt he wits at Warren in an Tommy and be fore the club people knew what had hap they had another fight on their hands and a redhot Some warm cracks were interchanged before the men were President Griffin threat ening that if they made another such move he would put them both in the bands Tommy got his money all HAD THE PASTOR Charged wltli lining Abusive to a July Han of the new Congregational on High was arraigned before Justice Upchurcb Wednesday morning on com plaint of Mary who charges that the minister used abusive language toward Uansen pleaded not guilty and the case was adjourned for one The complainant alleges that the preacher called her names on April 3fi aud that on other occasionSSiuco lie has alled her and also her daughter bad and hence the Denies he Hanson states that the charge sfalse and that on the contrary the lady ids been very troublesome in the congre gation and had called him a liar and and that she had also abused culled liidios of the congregation 3n this account the congregation expelled icr from the church hut which appears to have mado Alhrlght very and hence she had the pastor ar rested on the above Hanson s confident that he can prove his inno llllunU Sons of July was an immense crowd in attendance at the uciirnpment of tho central Illinois dlvls on of the Sons of The various companies were put through the drills and iross parade in the presence of a large lumber of At the mass mooting the grand stand addresses were dellv red by Lee and Tho annual oluctiou of officers oc mi 1 of camp WHS eltictod major of the battal Uoniont wns solfiutoil as the plnoo for aiding tho next Thore vus a sham baltU lit uigUt which was vltniiBHcd by a A IttifeHnoi1 Ailjmlguil SAN July Giwtou was adjudged Insane Thursday ml soul to tin asylum ut He tupud from thu of an Oakland lutel but full on an awning won not seriously He was at luoiimu a prominent lawyer in Ohio and vao formerly a partner iu business with Juitpd tJUfes Soyator of Married July Clmrlis Kendall jircsldmtt of tjfcjjell vns niaril d to Mnfy HiiulicwH o lirlilu WIM thu widow of tliu Into thp well known imwllshiMof Suw York Thu honeymoon will bopiirtly at tho rrfiidtiico of Andruw Cur Mid will for Now York ou In ol July ho kllUd Duniul Aheurii in thu Town f takin to UaraUoy to avoid iU li liml biuu ihndUiiOl y Alus Hovita and conunittod In ViJk Is uliout iVi oars of UKO wlih irfull black Hu iu a wlfo mid nix Kiioiiifli of July of thin wtm tor tho Boologloul collection nuulu by Eiulu aj received 4 from Kiuiii Iu which If I roturu iu Bttftity I will uot pt God by further d A Uiind of Strikers Attempted to Bnter tho Ilarffn Worku Cliiiuiido find Were yiietT Upon hy n CnntrHCtor Unfor ttiimtn Strlko of at Strike on Ilio Lntilxvlllo nnd 1ilnUn Quit WEST July Tues tlay thought the Rtrlku In progress in this city among tho street laborers was near an end anJ that it would terminate There were good grounds for these conclusions The men all day Tuesday mode no They appeared somewhat discouraged the strike as u whole bore a dejected About Wednesday afternoon the strikers had a large on Third street and John avenue From there they started towiird thu barge and after a halt ut the corner of Thirdand they to mi en trance iuto the works Here tluy wort met by three policemen and Contractor who told them to keep On pressed the crowd regard less of the and great and shuffling Hliotby the During the struggle Anderson fired at One of the The bullet hit Andeors Siverlsou behind tbe loft After the shot tbe crowd felHiack a little nnd began to hurl pieces of and Whatever missiles were Within reach at Anderson vMost of them he was able to but WHS hit several Ander son was arrewted by Ju Putllson and escorted to jail under the cover of rovolv At tii a ock nhpre a gaivt wax shov eling I the were bni ed from nil work by Contracto Hieonjjvllid the mob to kee off IDK promises displaying ve and to shjot dONvn anj man who cuine upon the July U tlie strikura at West Supprior All saloons have been ntu the city is under cnntrol of Siioriff Wick si who has sworn iu as special This force are on gimrc and all bands of strikers on the streets are Men are at work at the barge and on all other except on Twelfth OTHER LABOR A July forty boys from 12 to 15 years of axe employed as lay ers out the fiuUbing deportment o Painter Sons mill have been on strike a week They wore being paid W cents a day and wmited The rollers refused to jjmut the As o result of the entire depart ment is down and several hundred men are Thu firm now taken a hand and served to quit on the families of the who occupy company Failing to vacuto In five days they will be Among the tetmnta are several widows whose solo dependence was the 90 cents a day their boys Printers Thulr Cufto July Tho printers on Tho Miner left their cases Wednesday evening and demanded tho discharge of Galley and lelngragh and proof because UJH men were On being refused they went but on Tho matter has been referred by wire toArbltrator Of Tho Mijipr was not Is sued Thursday and may be 6bliged to suspend publication two or throe Strike on tho XonUvllle and July All the Louis ville and Nashville switchmen and the freight brakomen on the line went on a strike Tuesday Tim passenger trainmhn touk no part in the trouble and trains went out as Transporta tion all along the Short linn to Cincinnati has been completely and not a train ismovlng in either The strike is for an increase in A FEMALE She rciielniten tint AVUda of Alrloiv and Out NEW July Mary a Brooklyn school has Just re from an exploring expedition in Miss who was iilone In her travels through the wilds of went directly to Liberia and thence started on hur journey through the country that was thickly inhabited by Wherever plio went slip was In a kind and bnspltiblo of cauni balism shv It Is tho of tho in liublauis of tliu Island jcimitrli a to oat hinniui The savages upon tho practiceas a A IHfld lor Oiiod Mifti Slmrp tells somi weird InliM of hot experience iiignrdlug and bvliovvH i hut from the uinnnur In WH9 troiituil by tlivHiivugvn a wide Held for t Ije study of must and hut Hiijiitly kuotvi MUU uonlil IHI opened up to Mis hurji will remain in tliii country oujy u uhort li1 iiilinUuu t futuiu to imrimo her MUST B3E ABB Most Lasting and Unchanged through Years Please dont be gulled Into 1 trying experimental Over 3OO now in use in 315 Belle DEALER IN CU OIL WILL BE i FOUND LOWERConsidering Qualities and Styles Than in any other house in In consequence of the GRKAT BXTKNT of oar SALES we are enabled to do Business on a VERY CLOSE MARGIN and it is rec ognized fact that we handle by far LARGER QD4NT1TIES OF THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE Congress man David Iliridurnon WOH ronomi iiattMl by Ilio Third dlHtrlut Republican coiuentloii went present and wflc no opposing July IxwU o Kundall WIIN noini uuUd by Wedniwday by the for from tho llllnolH ThiLoiivuntlou WHH onkt Hiul Stiiwiud uiiiiiiilwr of thu Karmirs July Tho IJumocruts of iliv Kouitooiith httru TtiuiadHy tu uoiuiuate a cumtidutu uvtiiliiHt Unwell Owou of wiw iho I ntn uow reoeiviqg a lArge stock of in all the prevailing for Spring wliioU I urn prepared to make up iu tht GUARANTEEING A Perfect Reasonablt Bates and Complete ttM 112 on Hit July in reported hero that John Houkoftller and u 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