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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 30, 1890, Alton, Illinois Y VOLUME AVKDXESDAY The Ever POPULAR COST must havo Room for our NEW STOCK of ALBUMS and PAPE TBBIES uow under we offer our present atock Third audPiasa ILL lOc Sheet Hole CHOICE SELECTIONS KIUXV AKKANGKI Ku BEQINNEPB ANU KOU TIIM CtiK OK TEACH ER8 OF T1JK PIANO AND hopstlek by Do Lull fly A way iortrudf Dream by inimtlencu Hanjo n by Jack Frosts by ilouient by layfiil by lusslan jrand by of Affection Slioworof Koses by Wreath by Clarkson Talks of His Tour of THE The Stepping by Sidney AND IDC U Popy OUR SPECIAL TERMS lOc Per 25c for 3 50c for 7 Copies for 15 Catalogue FUKK on Applica or KKEIO to any Dsgenliart Third and Piasa II t lady lixed Paints Oils AGENTS FOB TIIE Louis Varnish Fine VARNISHES and ilk Stoves and Ranges Black Diamond ami Asbestos Building and Sheet ing Lift and Spraying Nor Home and White Sevriug Machines Agents for the Fan LINE See the Rest HO AD CART World for WONDERFUL GROWTH OF THE WEST JOBtonice Anxious to Keep Up ivllh tlin Ncuiln of tho Country Went of MUHlmiljijil yiitMloiig Wlilch tho WeKtern StiitcH Will Scion Have to Thnn un WAHIUNOTON July As sistant Postmaster General Clurkson has returned to Washington from an extend ed trip throughout the northwestern He says I liavo been nearly two months and have traveled passing through fifteen I jcarly all the lime in the country west o the Missouri where there Is such ro niarkalde development and My tour comprehended all the importni cities west of Chicago and north of Kan No one can understand how rap dly that Kreat country is developing un il ho sees It luw not had in any of the epartments of the government the of Icial facilities that It is entitled This B largely because of its extraordinary I traveled on thn fast mail from entral Iowa to whic lakes a good deal of tho time sixtyseven liles an and the service is very ef eient aud other fast mails are being rought up to the standard of Womlnrftil The postofliccs in the citiesthat have jeeri dotiblllig every year or two were looked and I have returned with strong recommendations for increased allowances for nearly alLof and some of these have already been The department is anxious to fry and keep up with that country in its pro digious growth and increase of population and I made a pretty thorough tour of Washington and Cali The development of the states in the mountains and on the slope is simply Tlie Pugct Sound country in western Washington is the finest I have ever The cities are most wonderful in their I have never seen a country to equal that region in resources nnd beauty of The larger half of the country lying west of the Mississippi river is undergoing great Aluuy yuistICHIK tu It has many great questions which must soon bo The silver question has been fairly It is pretty well satisfied with The question of irri gation is I think a larger one with all the mountain states than even that of silver and the government ought soon to devise some vast system of water stor so as to utilize the moisture provided by nature for tho immense area of land now useless because of want of or plan it ought to enact legislation protect ing private capital in providing such The people are not talking much of politics they seem to desire for rest in Different from the the west is not yet discussing the contest of It is understood that when Clark sou completes his report oil postal affairs in tha which will bo in about two that he will tender his resignation to the postmaster HOT WORDS IN THE Attack any other special for the WASHINGTON him Tho pros GLUED TO of for the dm trlct of Maim Parker of for the district of Maine ievrw of for the dislrict of Maine Charles of for the district of Massachu setts loons and Dresses AT THE DEDICATION OF A ItvimbJIcnn Hvnntorlnl July the ml jnurmmnt of the caucus of Ilepublfcan senators Momiay Senator Hiving out an statement of re ulls of the said tin only action of he caucus was an agreement to have Insenate meet at 10 utKinnlriK on aud to push tlie tarllf bill o a An In violent Inn July of introduced in the house Tues lay a resolution rocking the charges iniule by the Iarmers alliance that mill ions had spent in lobbying the silver bill thruiiKh und calling for au CLOSE CALL fORA An OnliliiiKh shot Down liy a Had July Louis a young married was shot down Monday night by Ilnnk a Tlie Varnish on tlie Uiul Not Thor oughly Drlinl and tTie Inrgn Con Rietcntluii Attempted to fluty Found Ing liuHlniDH Until by an Kntcrjirliilng Font July the contribution plate was passed at the dedi cation services at the new Congregational church at not a single person arose to leave his reason was localise the varnish on the seats was not nufnclently dried and the entire congre Ration found Itself tightly Klued llie congregation wow one of the largest ever assembled In the and nil were dressed in their Sunday To day they wish they had worn their old clothes for nearly every dram ruined and the destruction ol pnnlalooos was ab solutely The first intimation of danger came from one of the rear seats when u young dry goods clerk attempted to rise just as oue of the brethren started down with the Stuck to Tluilr A look of perplexity which quickly A Bargain WE Wlth Howe BE man we 1 known by the Hippie I to one of overspread the had been raising a rumpus in n Kansas alls and a sharp ro street saloon and carried his boisterous I ilk llle tearing of muslin told too r vouM arrest Iow vnlKcd towan a flash devout worshippers o rise tlev his revolver and fired three found themselves fast to hols in quick Two took ef cct in llarders and the other in dropped dead and n the excitement Hippie got but iy means of his which followed ie chief of police and a squad of oilicers him hiding irl of He was overpowered and but he was immediately surrounded by a thoui sand inftiriaied and the police were obliged to use their clubs in order to pniitect their Mann 310 Belle Intprniitlminl Renuty July following tions have been given for those ladies who i wish to compete in the international I beauty contest here All competitors must with their to the who are ad must attend in eveningdress or costumes representative of the country from which they The committee states shoud ihe competitors desire it traveling expenses and the living here for lira days will bo paid out of the at the disposal of the Ivich lady who is In the competition will receive a souvcnier of the The total sum to be awarded to tho winner is It took threequarters of an hour to free all tho All the ladiis handsome toilets were ruined and large portions of them still decorate the newly painted pews uf the An KntvrprlitliiK A readymade clothier heard of the calamity at with a view to combining benevolence with busiiies opened his The shrewd and philanthropic merchant was not disap for the men who had attended the dedication once bgan a stampede tor his which continued until scores had ben supplied with Striiblo of Iowa Mukvn n Itltlui on Spuaker July house Tuesday passed a joint resolution extend ing to the Hth of August existing appro priations and laws for such expenditures as have not been provided for in bills The house then went into com mittee of tho whole on the senate amend to the sundry civil appropriation tho Item under discussion being one appropriating for adclitiona accommodation for the govarnmeut print ing During tho debute St ruble of Iowa made a bitter attack on Speaker Heed fojhis action toward gentlemen interested in public building He spoke of the speakers manner as and con trusted it with tho courteous manner of Carlisle when he was He asked if the members would continue to submit ike cowards to the speakers His remarks were applauded vigorously y the J01 Tdware and Farm III REDUCTION SALE OF ttJMMER SUITS AND PANTALOONS MAJK JO ERFECT FIT AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED AT BRUEGGEMAN BROs Suocossor to BrueggomauO ArtJjtio Tailoring and Gents Furnishing Goods In the senate Sherman offered a resolu ion for tho daily meeting of the senate at The resolution went Thu tariff bill having been taken the mo Ion to ivduee the rate on acetic acid was oted down by a strict party A sim lar motion regarding borack acid was Iso voted Jones of Arkansas ad ressed the senate in opposition to the To Id WAHIIISHTON July proposi tion to remove thn Ite Indians from their reservation in Colorado across the line to Utah will not probably bit aeted upon at this session of Opinions lUffer HO widely as to thn advisability of thu change that neither branch of congress in willing t i in the premises without inorcKpccillc The probabil ity is hat a committeeconsisting of mem bers of the house and senate Indian com mittee visit Colorado after I ad journment of congros and deuldu for themselves the proper couiM to If the adjournment be delayed until late In the autumn the defer Its departure until next thus caus ing a postponement of thu whole matter for upward of two lulin lu a WASHINGTON Thndistrict register has received a petition signed by Edward Coylu of Killy county laying claim to a tu nil estate of which the petitioner HIIJH had been left by Manassah Cnyle of Hit claims that the Coylu family originated In Ireland and that MiiiuiMmh Cuylcs forefalher timl grntiiil to America In and settled In Nothing Is known hero of Hie Coylu Sharking Tnigiily at July a years of has for some time been jealous of his goodlooking young and u couple of weeks ago she was forced to leave him on account of his brutal The husband and wife met on Sawtelle avenue early Tuesday and after a short conversation Novak drew a revolver and shot his wife three After she had fallen he fired a bullit into his own brain nnd droppcc Novak expired lu Vincent hospital about an hour after tho shootin took Hud It All Uls Own July wes bound mail car on the Iron Mountain rai road was cleaned out by a robber Sutur day The car was standing in th yards ami tho postal Montrie was at The robber forced a doo open and tilled a bag which he carricc with all tho valuable mall he could tini Five sacks were cut open and their con tents He wns seen carrying off hi but has so far evaded arrest The postal authorities do not know th extent of the loss but estimate it at that surreptitious attempts will be made to never could he worn witii short coats COLLISION or Xumlior Injured Ilil llu July taker Thomas of East Provi lias begun a suil for slander against his Frank The iHnlitw stated that his unchi had taken the body of a child from a costly casket which had been ordrud for put he body in a rough pino saturated it with and buried it in the lie then took the casket and sold Voung Carroll placed under bonds lo appear for trial at torm of IumTul ot n Ilijiulur July re mains of Judge Marshall were interred at the IVIlows cemetery It was the largest funeral witiuswd in this Hiihiness was sUNpeniled and bunMoss houses nnd public buildings dinped in mourning in honor of thu distiuguished Teleununs of condolence were ro ceivcd from Senator Coiigressmnii III Mlllt llnvvil a uieet ing of llui m urnri of iriidu Monday the agiii 111 n of thu hind mill men I i ilotvu factories in order to relieve tluovurstuekinl markut was No oiiii tho scheme and ft wus ilei ided lo Ihu mailer III the hailils of the i ve c Them will prubably bu a shin down of a week or two in Kill T July crowded excur sion returning frmil beach with on board Monday crashil into flay line steamer Virginia bound for Norfolk at Fort In instant lo mad shrieks lillid the children were trampled under foot strong men rudely pushed aside weak all in au endeavor to get away from Three perscTns wenalmost Instantly n number badly and ttu persons are still The dead are Catharine 5 years old Daniel 10 years Among the Adolph can not recover and others are sure to die of their injur It is now believed that those re ported as misdim jumped and were Search hns been made all morning for but none have thus far been ACKNOWLEDGED THE Iflosi and Economica Unchanged through Years Please dont be gulled trying experimental city r ln U8C Iu into 315 Belle THE SEA WING HID on ClUiulli May Huh WASIIINUTON July Is bo leved that Heprcsunlative Cheadlu of nillana will lio maili chairman of thu iiuiclal luuiku cotumltteu to hu isliHiguM anaiiiuL loner Cheadlu him u Ainu IB n Hint has UH had more before the uunilou biiruuu than AllliinptKll Illtlll July An attempt madi lo wruek the through piiKsiaiger train from llarrisbiirg to Uusinu in sled by pultlii a lie on Next morning at i oclmk a larg i rock wna thrown through Hi ol n car of thu same Tim lie was liis Iovereil ami removed hy i Since the attelnpl oilicers have patnilled lu rolling mill has viiiln of tne AiunK thirty tun IHI works refund io This iiclloii Aboui vwi in Itttumpt liny lie lllUlli Ovurluadid In July govern meut inspectors heard further testimony Monday in the of Ihe wreck of the steamer Sea at Uke Capt Wetheren tiok the stand to Kstify in re gard to his license as of which there Is no ofllclal Hobcit of Lake it passenger OIJ Sea tcslillud that he and some oth ers put on lifepieeivers whun the storm struck them and the captain ordered them to tako them Hiiylnii that they would frighten the ladies The rest of his tcsti ruony was about his escape after uptnilinu six hours in the The investigation s practically Tho inspectors will rovluw tho testimony and agree upon a It has been it is said hut Weihrren his boat to law and due caution was not bsurvud to guard Killed IIIn llrotlinr irltli a death ntunlay of xharlis 17 residing at Master was reported Monday to the coroner by the physician who atlidod Kruin Ihe Htatenient it that while eating dinner at his home on 111 in company with Ids brother 14 CiiarluN NO jiersisiumly teased thu r hrothur that thu becoming threw his fork at him with con Thu tines ol tin weapon utriiek ChiirleH intie thigh and buried so dfip as lo rumain slicking poisooing ensued and this assigned as he emisu KalvHdiiilali Cinilh NEW July Heralds sjmchil siiys the latest coiillrm hu acisiunts of two victories m thu Salvadoriaim over tlio Uualumiilans line HI Clilngo and thu other nl Jliu Mexican min Islcr In has formally protontod aKalliHt Ihesuppivhsloii of tulcgranm by thu iimtemmnti which sup it is uxumiU to private and commercial Oreut con Kltirnullon is salil to prevail In GunUiualit over the of thu wo ilisatilers to bur War tit July Jld In leflnilCO of MII I j iieiiim of court Union Paofflo Kail nay eouilnuiy I a of Seviiiii iiih Hiieet Sunday morn ing thi board of works i eil I he I nick lorn up and adjourned in to see it Thu railway had ii Ioreu of men on hand to protuct tlu the poliuo drove them oil undln toiu up the Thu ulliuiiiU will lj hold ton eoiitumdf of HOWELL DEALER IN OIL WILL BE FOUIs7D LOlVEfiConsidering Dualities and Styles ognuml fact that wu bandle by far LABUEB QUANTITIES OF OOODS THAN ANV OTHBB HOUSE JN THE SPRIG GUAltANTKKING A Perfect Reasonable Rates and Complete 112 Third
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