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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 8, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                f ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH VOLUME FRIDAY AND WETERIES AT toiust have Boom for oui NEW STOCK of ALBUMS and PAPE TERIES uow under we offer our present stock I HPIT I ill Third and Piasa ILL The Ever POPULAR Sheet solo CHOICE SELECTIONS AKItANCilCll KO BEOTNHEPH AND FOR THIS OK TEACH BBS OF PIANO AND ChopBtlck Lulli Fly A way Gertrude Dreaui Impatlcnco IJanJo In tlip Jack Frosts Moment Ilavful Itusslun Grand Sturof Aitoctlon Shower of Roses Wreath THE he Stepping by Sidney VOCAL AND OUR SPECIAL TERMS lOc Per 25c for 3 50o for 7 Copies for 15 Catalogue FREE on Applica or Mailed FREE toany Third and Piasa Alto Ready Mixed Paints Oils AGENTS FOR TIIE Louis Varnish Fine VARNISHES and Ctartor flak Stoves and Black Diamond and Asbestos Building and Sheet ing Lift and Spraying Now Home and White Sewiug Machines Agents for the LINE OF Seethe Best HO AD CART In tho World for Hardware and Farm The State Convention Held at Cedar CHAMBERLAIN HEADS THE I He Xiitnlimtid fur Sreretury of and Wolf for Judge of of tlin Con vciilliin on TinIll the Iliiifium nrihu Other CKDAU 10 oclock Wednesday when Chair man Dunn called the Democratic Btnte convention to MS representing every county In tho were After Old temporary addressed thu After warmly commend ing Democratic denouncing the national evils of the tho speaker said In our own state the democracy hns had the name dishonest the same horde of the samw moneyed monopolies to Hut like Jacob of old they continued the and after a third of a century of dishonesty and cor ruption in state government the Republi can party of Iowa was unhorsed and what was knoxvn as tho banner Republi can state of the union In wo have the supreme satisfaction of is today governed by that noble and pa triotlc Democrat and Horace By the tbore is harmony of sound in those two and a thing not at all objectionable to Iowa Democrats would bo their Joint use in Nominated a The remainder of tho address was de voted to an arraignment of the Repub lican party and to an appeal to Iowa Dem ocrats to work for success in the coming After the announcement of the committees the convention took an adjournment until At the afternoon sesnion of was chosen permanent chair man and addressed tho convention at The following nominations were then made Secretary of of Independence judge of supreme of Cedar county of Wayne county George of Ida county attorney of Keokuk county clerk of su preme of Cedar county reporter of supreme of Mills county railroad commis Peter In connection with the liquor question the platform adopted by the convention says Wo reaffirm the policy respecting the control of the tralUc in intoxicating liq uors set forth in the Democratic platform of 1889 and approved by the people at the election of that andwe are In favor of such state and as may bo necessary to carry that policy Into effect Views on the On tho tariff question the platform says Wo arc in favor of a tariff for revenue tariff reduced to the lowest rate consistent with tho needs of aueconiinical administration of and all luxuries should be made to so far as the burdens of ami the necessaries of life so fur M be We oppose tho McKinley bill as nn abuse of the taxing power In lavor of the wealthy pools and by which our manufacturers interests nro so ly It especially discriminates against the agricultural Interests of the country by compelling the farmer to buy whut he needs aud sell what ho produces in a monopolized We are in fa vor of not alono with tho Spanish states of South but as well as with all other countries whoso markets are open to our The Hill The platform contained the following upon the federal elections bill The elections bill passed by tho lower house of congress is a menace to the free dom and purity of our It places the treasury of the United States at the disposal of tho party la power It enables the managers of the party to employ as largo a force as it deems necessary to carry on the work of its and to do this under pretense of supervisiug elec tions it destroys all responsibility of gov ernment to the people by vesting Its enor mous powers in ofllcora holding by ap pointment and for We believe that the people of tho various localities can be safely trusted to conduct their own elec antl that the power of congress to determine tho qualification and return of its members Is suflicicnifor pro tection ngiilnst local hath congressional convention has noinl imted Jumnn This glvos him lonth term in ItipiililloRn Nomination In Austi was yesterday nominated for congrens b the of this WARHINOTON onl business done in the house Wednesdn wns the adoption of the conference repor on the original packages bill In favor o the senate bill which applies the law only The rest of tho day de voted to partisan LUCKY BLUNDER FOR lln Octn n Bniifr Furtime for Not living MustiMMl Dili of tho of lids bus just received not ice from Washington that a treasury draft payable to bin order for will be forwarded to him In a few the Ksimu being In accordance with n bill re cently passed by congress in hU Williams wan a second lieutenant in a Kansas ciivnlry regiment nnd was wound ed at the battle of Wilsons Being no longer fit for duty ho was in 18Ki dis charged from the but by some oversight he was not mustered out until a year Thirty Vciim Bnek He applied for buck pay for the time be tween tho date of hh last and the date ho was mustered nearly thirty and there being no law to cover his a special act was passed in his bo The story seems but Williams Is a reputable and good citizens who know him vouch for bis In Williams is already on the pen sion roll at a month on account of bis ITatul Kxiilonioii ot large works of the Efflngham Canning and Wood Packing company were the scene of a frightful explosion Wednesday after Charles superintendent of the srnclled escaping and took a lighted lamp and went through a scuttlehole into t he Just as ho reachcd the floor a terrific explosion blew almost tho whole brick wall out of the east side of the Popes clothes wore buvncd from his body and his flesh his cars being burned to a crisp and all his hair burned He cauuot Russias Edict Against the Se matic THE CAUSE OF THE Over One Million Will Ho Driven from Their llmnmWlmt Huron It Inch 10 Say of Entertained ty IrUli nnil Lllierikl of Jnr Most of the diplo matists to the Petersburg government neem to have bikcn on them selves the task of recent concerning the rigoroni treatment of Jews by the Russian and HO deceptive lire the printed Ktatemonts on both Hides of the that a true pres entation of the situ may not be un have boon received roni the Peters burg which compkkdy comllrm tho re ported intention of thu Rucadm govern ment to 11 and rigid up jlicalioii of the existing udicu against he which huve never yet boon Ih loruwl to their full ThU is the key to the whole A Trying to Fix limit Hound NKW joint com initloe of the Trunk Line association find tlio Central Traffic association n twodiiysHosdoii here the con ference being culled to fix a uniform class of on nil eitst bound freight from Chicago to tin Thirty six mem representing were pres George chairman of the Cent nil Traffic Tho of uniform rates wns finally submitted to A New MotlinclUt corner stone of the Utah university was laid Tuesday afternoon with appropriate and brilliant Tho series of comprising the university will include the main inena ladies gymna olwervatory and residences of the faculty and will bo pushed rapidly forward to The cost is Bishop Vincent sot the stone and made the principal No Ciitliollo Need is learned that the Gilbert educational in stltuteto be established In Wlnsted un dur the will of the lute William Gil millionaire and is to be of an exclusive The wil provides that no Roman Catholic be educated or employed In any capacity In the and that all persons us ing or tobacco shall be ex eluded from its Circus Uow In Boughs cir cus was handed roughly hero Wednesday The advertised free balloon as cension failed to so a mob ot several thousand people tore the tentto mobbed tho circus aud looted everything in A small po lice force on tho ground found It Impos sible to stop the Tho circus hands with their lives and the clothes they had REDUCTION SALE OF SUMMER SUITS AND PANTALOONS OK TO PERFECT FIT AKD SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Jlie Wur In Two keepora of original package houses were arrested Wednesday by order of County Attorney charged with keeping common nuisances by allowing drinking on their An order of seizure was Issued to llio who haw not as yet served an he alleges that he will be pornouHlIy held and he doubts tho legal ity of a iloth purlieu have given bond and are rnnnliift their places wide Bovorul other package houses also are but do not allow drinking on or nbotit thulr Tlio National WASIIISCTON Por supelinteiidunt of the says that the count of the population of the country has proceedeil far enough for him to say that It would be complete about He says the total popula tion will either just exceed or fall just a little below that This is a much smaller number than previous Will Ni A cable dispatch from Washington has sent to tho newspapers of KtiKlunr o l he effect that the American legntioi u hi response to a request or information from the state department f Hie United denies that there is o be a wholesale expulsion of his standing tends to nislead the It is quite true that o new edict hits been issued which ex iressly authorizes the cjepulsion of the Hebrew race fimi although thus far tho denial byibo American lega tioi Is the application which has been ordered of the existing which Imvc hitherto or nt least for n Inns time past been left in aims to and well effect tin of tuit poop This is the siaio of aiTiirs as nuiiicated to Lord by the best A Trivial It is calculated by JeivUh commit tees In IVvlin well m London that over peopie will be driven from their homes and business by this move Tho reason that many of the men arrested in other as Nihilists nre Is HO tiivial as to lie unworthy of any It is more likely besides periodic scare which U in habit of ex periencing mid for which xsmnhody must be made to the have Ixicome nither IM tin pro they aiv more clover than the dull at the middle for mike of these KIIIIIO they must thrust out of all their uijvaiitiigeoiij ill This is one of of thcae llon them Iroin Vleii Itii to Tho that theexodiisof Jews from mid es pidally from Into is great hiivluy nsKnuii pro portions durlni l wo Manyof nre piireiiain land In Hun yary and making purmaiicnt of that A number of the fXiluiare coming to and the Kmlxh are led to ex pect a to tho body of Hebrew Handy to BE Dorsey Mann 310 Belle WARM AIR FURNACES HARD ANX SOFT 3 g S l i Itusslun Hiixch Is au thority for tho yfatoment that the duniflls from IVtersbur in to the treatment of the nre m ro subter The czars governmunt whirh is that no new rules have boon adopted as to tho What is ho foot IB that old and severe statutes which had grown obsolete are beitis rigidly enforced with terrible effect upon tlio Jewish pop especially of thu more remote dis OTHER FOREIGN PITTS HAM 815 BlffLLP HOWELL AT BRUEGGEMAN BROs Successor to Artiotlo Tailoring and Gents Furnishing Goods 221 PluHH Tim MlHulMlnpl state alliance held thoir second days session The committee on thu sub ject of the constitutional convention reported against a property or educational jimlilicatlon for provided that thin is not to bo construed an in oppiMiilon to tho Australian orsocret oyHtum MI declared ugniiiHl UUHLH uml iiNkeil adoption of a coiiHtli utloiml Aineiidmunt iigaliiHl iiml linked that the loniiM of Hie gtule and principal eonnty olllcors be limJted to four the incumbent to be made Ineligible to Women ftchool Trimlunik Jane Iu roelectuil schiol anil Mix Mary Johnson IK uln The new board of trustees will coiikUt of two and a 150 la dies votud ut the xuliodl eltetloiiH and llennut wore nonilnated for trurtucu nnd aunt within thirteen votes of The Dumoomtlo HultlciiHint or a strike of tho Boot and Shoe Workers In tornational union for a restoration of a cut down at the factory of II KdKirly has been Halt led In fa vor of the tho terms being Tin wages a union shop In the fut ami the ultimate rofurenoe of futnn troubles to the general board of the North Dakota Iiu GIUNII North Dakota Democratic state enliven Ion nominated a headed by John of and of for gov Tho resolutions favor laritf ro tho ruHubniliuiiun of tho prohibi tion and free coinage of Mini oppoiio tlio Homilliil In u llimdliK of the Twflfth rapid Minted by tnot here WuLliiuitdiky tu nominate a candidate foi There sjx candldatoH In the field and the flrut buliot In which at a likte hour liud nut been A lturi the ol tbi Mallow who am wanted in Toxin HH tvltmitiifM Iu a ease of mnii vio lin hey will return under a military a vuvo HVUIII thii KI itur of ivqul Hilton between tViio llfiid lull It Ind Infant nhilil ot died AH i were nindii for tho wlmi ho UUIDU to and U mill J III of iibmirbini theme engaging the attention of the imdlail con groHH in in liorlin Kochs theory that consumption Is a cura ble The eminent whose discoveries in reference to cholera have gruntly mitiKrtleil thu liorrorH of that dis bus formulated a method of treat ment of afllloted with consump which he declares to be ulToctlve in checking the ravages of that diseaso and restoring tho HiilTerer to Ollrlcu iinil llrlilr mil Mrs am Ollrien were cnturlaliud at a bim juet by the Irish and Liberal members of parliament nn 1 a number of prominent Irish loKideniH of tlie melropo A large compuny wm The tonst to the Irish in WIIH re sponded to by of DEALER IN OIL of Man II has been run nlng a counterfeit money factory at that Me was halfdol quarters an I lie wiut ar rested by United Ktiilcs llobart ami taken hiforii Hrndford ut mid n of tho ecunltrffit inoiuy foiinl on bis Ho win bounl over In for appearance at next rm of dm United StatoH uriind uml fniliny to give bonds be was srnl to 1hij Waul iv fho executive board of dUliKl assembly KnlghtNof will iiuiet thu isviuinil ixncu tlvo In Nuw Voil in cnnsider tlio on the thu Xeiv York The vuis cubled Uuilay lo Ihiiiineey nt 1arls by Deputy Muster Workmin Vour oOlceifi iiru dlHdUaru Ing by nholiimlu your old oinjil ihu iltuntlixi demtinils iitientlou on your WILL BE FOUND LOlrVERConsidering Qualities and Styles 1a l i In consequence of tho UKhAI fcXIKNi of our SALES wo arc enabled to do on u VERY CLOSE MARGIN and it is a rec ognized fact that we hnmllo liy far LARGER QUANTITIES GOODS THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE i I urn now rooiiviiir i larjjo and stook of Cloths la all tlio FcvuHmj for Spritig Ulll prepared to up In the OUAUANTKKING j 8Klwt mile vilh Hlryke tiucond niul IrliicesH iliiril I Keelnru with HaiironiH and Inlsjfer third Third tlm MiiibiiutH1 Nllke with Hhnni HI and llilnl Uj Wll frwl wlih llamlei necond and Clio third A Perfect Reasonable Rates 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