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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 12, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH,  'Ar « af iy$~  **#  tJ/\T TT%rw MM  f vuuiriri cm.  VK*  A LI ON, ILL., TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 12 ISHO.  THEIR Lim IN PERIL  Engineers and Firemen Will Probably Go Out.  kJm ,     Sun ‘ 1 ^    nUrht    end an  beld lor order* from Under aker iff Aus-  # I  n,on  ^kerton men ar*  U’^cUxl from Th taw).  THEY WILL BE FORCED TO DO 80,  T.~ AND  The Ever JQq  POPULAR  PiPEIEIIES  Sheet Music,  (CHAS. J, Dh.iKNHART, Sol* Agent )  CHOICE SELECTIONS  AT COST.  (AUCK C L LI_A a EA NURI) K, yJMplfET8  AKO HUI TMK CMK OK ERS DK TRK  •®^Wt must hare Room for our mew stock of ALBUMS nnd PAPE-TEWB8 iiow under way. Hence, we offer our present stock  PIANO AND ORGAN.  AT COST 1 .  I hop®tick Walt*,by.,,,.., .... Fly Away Galop, by..,..,,*,,... Gertrude Dnao Walt*, by ... Impatience (Itan Jo «iah.p),by  In the Sumiton*, by.............  Jack Frost's March, by,....* ..  Mont«nt Musical. by.............  Ha?ful Honda, by....,...........  Russian Grand March, by . atar of Affection Martirka.by Shower of Koeea Galop, by.  “    **    Wan*,    by....,  Wreath Waite, by..............  Ae., Ac., ac., ac  ■ ....De I .alii  Wants,  • Beethoven.  • PHreabbog.  I An ire. . . ..Knight . ..Mchubert. .... Mr»ene   Francis  Hartmann  Streabbogr  .... Glee#  Sc.  Third sod Piasa sis.  THE LATEST.  ALTON, ILL.  The Stepping Stone, by  Sidney Roeenfeldt.  VOCAL AND IN STRUM EXT AL) Mc a Copy.  OUR SPECIAL TERMS:  10c Per Copy.  25c for 3 Copies.  50c for 7 Copies* $1.00 for 15 Copies.  Catalowne Fit KE on Application, or Mailed FltKE to ant AddrcMn.  Chas. J. Degenhart,  Third and Pina st*. - Alton. III.  A* the New Nwltehmen Who Have Taken the Pl ave* of the Striker* aa the New York Central Bond Ara Incompetent— Situation of the Great Strike at Albas*, Maw York, Nyrecuse and Other  Pointe—Militia Recalled.  Alba VY, lf. Y., Aug. IR—A peculiar feature of the strike, aa noted Monday morning, la that the engineer*, firemen,  Mid conductors claim that no matter what their sympathies ara, they will be forced to strike to protect their live*. They say that the few new switchmen engaged are incompetent and ignorant and that they take their lives in their hands when they run a train. Two-thirds of the i«M« have no attendance whatever. They further assert that the trains of fifteen and seventeen oar. sent out have but one trainman, and in case of danger could not be stopped. The men claim that they ara thus forced to the wall. It is thought that the men will make this their excuse. Twenty firemen •truck .Monday morning on this dlvlshm, hod the engineers are rofn«ing ta run engine* with green firemen. Vies President W ebb has telegraphed Governor Ii iii for militia protection at Albany.  When Troops Will Be Ordered Out. Governor HUI wa* busy Monday morn-Mg sending out telegram* and receiving delegation*. Treasurer HL J. Price and a committee from Dta riot Assembly No I ruled at f» o'clock. Mr. Price said they cam* to assure the governor that the men would remain quiet and do no harm to the railroad company's property. Mr Price said that one of the officers of tho order had gone to Dewitt to quiet any dis turbans existing The governor in reply ••in th ut no militia would bt? order**! out at the ruquset of the railroad company.  If there was trouble at any point n IMI-ranger from the adjutant general’s office would iw sent and no troops would go oat unless he deemed it necessary. Gen. ram*worth had gone to Dewitt end Myra-reporting everything quiet  Mr. BisMll, Ute general superintendent, tried to talk cheerfully of the outlook. Gut later admitted that although trains wen rannIng. the situation was nut improved.  Keeling Against Pinkerton Men.  The strikers have appointed a committee  to wait the chief of police and sheriff and ask that the Pinkerton men lie driven out of the city. They claim that the men have bo right under t lie ordinance to t arry weapon* cr do po ice doty The feeling of tile pollee Is very strong against the Pinker-ton mer, aud the chief of pollee, believing that his force is sufficient lo quell any dis turbance, will refuse to swear them in aa specials A prominent police official here •ay* that some of lite Pinksrton men are mao whose portraits ara in tim rogues gallery liers. The arrival of the freight train sent out from New York is anxiously  !? >k r ! / 0 f  h * 1 *-  Tbe  Freljght ifridge is  blockade,! and the draw la open. but it may lie the intention to take the train over the passenger bridge.  ■Every this* Uui*t at Tray. dtk'T, N. Y., Aug. IR—Abeolute quiet j »*rk* the progress of the strike in Troy.  I Trains are running In and out of the  Union depot regularly, and the places of , the forty switchmen, flagmen and trackmen who quit Saturday ara being filled  IrS «  P ‘r ibl *  K,ft * Pinkerton men arrived Monday morning and are scattered •long the track*. Thera is not the slight--n^say for their presence, and they *  nkt>l * *° «*«»*• trouble. . Freight trains are mot ion taw in the fa*U of the Central Hu,tsoo. but tbs Fitchburg com -patty la meeting with no difficulty in  mo v. mg both freig.it and paaaenger traffic. Not more than half a hundred person* ara banging around the depot, and the sirlk-hand** ^  mo,<M,tl,, K *°J of the new  The Sudden Taking Off of John Boyle O’Reilly.  PARTICULARS OF THE SAD EVENT.  ten  Hr ’ °  llill, f **■* Ita« a Ba Oh ear Dom  Insoulnia  for  Ho**® T,».  Md u   •I I trot Ion at Buffalo.  . ” 1 ; 1 "‘ AU) -  Au *  lJ  -The Central strike la still In progress here, though Buffalo doe* not seem to be so seriously affected es other poi ii ta. There la, however, a bad aid of freight In the yards, and mulls end paiweneer. are badly delayed, (rn* or two trams only cams in from the east otmoajr #  but RI mil tm I tm ii* 4 tin fmI avid west were dispatched as usual. The travelers were not numerous for the departure  w “ uncertain. An official in t he Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineer* is reported as saying he did not think th*  i f rr ,d u,t v * ,f,r ioa * «“• *hst  **•ypwrs ar firemen will go not to aid th* strikers.  to Have Taken se Overdose ef  (bioral, Which ( anend His Death— *onnd nu th* Kl our by His Wife Bi a Dying (audition.  Nantakkkt Ilk ach, Mara., Aug »-John Hoyle O’Italll, died very suddenly at hi* summer horns at 8 o’clock .Sunday morning. The causa of his death is sup-posed to have been accidental poisoning.  I ne particulars, ms far as known by the family, are as follows: Mr, O’Heilly had been suffering for several days from insomnia During the last week he had  A Bargain.  BM  The strike Reaches Rome.  Rom*. N Y. Aug. IR—The Knight# of Goboe employed by the Central lo this city bara ail girns nut. No work is being  ijiiS, , AI1  I—'»« *“• «•««  Mo several hours behind tim*.  HAVE NO GRIEVANCES.  Chief Arthur Hunks the Engineers Will But Strike .   0h4 °’  Au * tt—Q****  Chief I M Arthur, of the Brotherhood of Ie*emotive Kngineers was asked Monday morning whether there was any prob  l^rge'Sia?*"^  wlth     In House  lot QOxuab.  wft    Handy to  MUST BE SOLD.  Dorsey & Mann  rile  Dr.  „    ..    ww    leo    rail    J    I»rn ll  • *«lily of a strike of the engineers on the  New York Central rnllroail. He replied:  I don’t think there is the slightest prob  ability of a strike. I  hmrm    no   complaints and I don’t think the engineers have any to maku The Now York Central is generally looked upoo by engineers lobe about the brat In th* roo Mr, to work for and the men who ara on it will probably stay. A* far as our br,*herb,sal  *     U    h r     nolhln * I® oo rn mom  *“• “ramena’ or conductors urgent nations and will not be to ta* need by » ‘‘J,     m *f ^ Th* engagement of  woub firemen would not cause a strike    -Kl—™ ll Urn JTZ'ZZ  emom for quitting work Th# engine, r* muet have a speclsd grievance ai their   WU1 lmkt  “I I® *he  J *" r **    **    * ^* ow  °° ffrtevane*  now exists  and  Rh*  NOTHING TO ARBITRATE.  Ready Mixed Paints I Oils  -AGKNTS FOR TURSI. Loui. Varnish Co. Fine VARNISHES .od JAPANS.  Charter Oak Stores and Ranges  Blick Diamond and Asbestos Roodo*. Building and Sheeted H tdte S  C, m  if 5 “ d S ‘ ,rayiDK Pum P» New Home And White Sewiug Machines; |30 each. Agents for the  Celebrated Metter Farm tees.  —FINK LINE OF—  Camases. Billies aal Spiro Wagons  s« th. Bm, road CART In the World for $10.  I. K. JOHNSTON, Hardware Cb.  m Clk WRaY4k mn V a w UM* asm . W WTW    wa    are    u* m.  Hardware aud Farm Machinery^ Alton, 111,  REDUCTION SALE   OF-  SUMMER SUITS AND PANTALOONS  Ovsrture, to Mr. Webb from th* Stat* Hoard of Arbitration.  N*F You*, Aug. IR—An air of quiet-ness prevailed la and about tie Grand Central freight and passenger depots all through Munday night and Moodily morning Thrra f«aaenger tralus were run out Monday morning from the Grand Central depot. Brotbsrkood firemen and engineers were on duty, bul General Com mitteeman Holland and Secretary Hayes of the knight*, aald the/woald go out in  •"W boar* No attempt was made by the Central to ran the regular New York and Harlem local trains, though some tkrough trams stopped st the .mail sta-skma. Two freight trains were got out of the Sixty-fifth at reel yard. One hun dred sud -twenty five policemen were on guard there, hut the strikers Blade no demonstration. These freight train* were run by grecu hands. No freight trains could be run out from th* Thirty third street or St. John’s park yard*  About a,ooo M,* out.  Florence Donovan of the state board of Arbitration called upon Mr. Webb Monday morning and said that a request had b-en made by th* strikers that he meet Mr Webb and try te arrange the diffi cully by arbitration Mr Webb roo* Iv rd him very courteously, but told him distinctly that there wa* nothing to arbitrate Mr. Donovan did not argue the question, but withdrew after a short chat, District Master Workman II J. lew said that between her* ami Buffalo there were •bout ROOP men oat. Reports received by him from along the line show everything to he in good condition In bis opinion those aren who hare not g* ne nm lean very strongly toward the striker*.  A w Hr bm Un Opes.  The conductor of New York Central train No 0 which arrived her* from Buffalo at 10:80 o’clock reports that four switches were left open in the Neat Albany J ani* sad th* train, had it sot been for the presence of mind of th* engiueerr would have bren wrecked. Th# train was In charge of Conductor II ad-on Just •bove the dty of Hu<tam five switches were aim) left open This was dHoovered in Ume by the conductor, and th* trun was -topped while th* train hand- dosed the switches.  Hiring Mea at Clileagu.  < Hi CABO, Aug IR—About BG men have wen hired in this city by a representative of ti«, New York Central and Hudson Hirer railroad to take th* place, of the ■triking switchmen and brakemen ,o tin J?!  ,M * n lr *  uot  told to what point they will be sent, th* usual answer to thran being: “You will learn when you ffittou the train." Hi# Pinkerton deter live agency here Ie also hiring m«m to act •a guards” and are being sent seat with men hired by the railroad representative About IOO -guards" have bran hired rn  What Mr. Powderly Maya.  Si IUvtok, Pa., Aug. IE—General Maw tar Workman Powderly In an interview Sunday night said he bad received no word whatever from th* seat of the strike Th# general executive board will meet in  ttoBrothI  H *  f ** Ueert * lD thmt  th# Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineer.  win cast its fortunes with the Knigbfe of  labor lf each action Is drain** necessary  A MESSAGE IN A BOTTLE.  Purporting ta Us* frow Owe of a Craw Pert-biog at Hmm.  Pobtlamp. Ore., Aug, IE-a carefully sealed bottle, containing the following letter written upon cartridge paper, was found Bund ay morning floating N* the harbor Engli-h Bark, Ship Elmont. June 80, TA—He are si ok! ag vary fast latitude and longitude unknown No compaa*; no rodder; no hope If this   ba,ld    notlf y Bailey  rn lo,, Hull, Eng’artd    We are thirtran  men aboard and all to a starved rondiUon. My mother, Ob, my mothert She live* on Hidgron street. iBsritt terrace, Hull. EngUutd, Good-bye, lf we are not sav*,i. John Dud low, Drat mate,"  :^v  ,     i,m *    ■ OT G« O’BMIXT.  slept bnf Int Ie, .'s«ig r ,i^y niuht nisi was HI.  at lt 0 , C | IW . H  ^  C(Ujw|   " illinrn H. Litchfield, of this town, to attend brr Dr. Litchfield went ta the bourn and prescribed for ber, leaving a bott ie of medicine. About f o'clock Mr. t) Kenly -gain railed the doctor, and •Bbl that part of th# medicine left for Mrs. O’Heilly bad bean -pilled The doctor then Have bim a *i.,gl« do** to take to  t» A ".  h » ‘e 1 !I th *  d “ Ptur '* O’Reilly 4?^    11« '•Ftnmoiy Ured, and lf  Mrs. (I KaUly went to aleep he would take a little something hinrndf to see lr be could not get a few boars' sleep Ae OrerCsM of ( Moral.  At 4 o'clock Mrs. O'Reilly awoke found that her tnuhaud wa- ret—tug awol down stairs and found him on th* ■aor bi an unconscious condition. Th# doctor wa. im me iiateiy cal lei U,-.n ar riving he found the rraoir*ti«m nry weak, and Mr D’Reilly explre,l shortly after. A bottl*- wa* foand, amtainlag the medicine .ired by Mr* O’lvellly. from which she had taheo bal very little, but wk bm vena nearly empty. It u-upp,**! tiial Mr. it Redly took a dom from it bv iii tat ake This would not have produced death, ami It is tUonght bs must also have taken a doe# of chloral to make him sleep. and that he took an overdue*. Mrs.  I) Reilly aud her four daughters are »«*rly prostrated with grief. The U-ly WW- removed to Charlmtown Hundsy morning Mr O'Reilly wfls ta rears old on the d&th of last June.    ™  •betell of His Life.  Joha Boyle>0 Rattly wa* horn at Castle Dowth rount, Meath. Ireland, June «  BHS lie Was triad sad convicted of high treason in June. I tar  au d wnrencciu, Imprisonment for life, but the sontaoc* wan commuted to tweoty years penal mw  ramie In im be cooapj to the L'ni^l State*, n here be has since bran editor cd Th* Boston IIM He bas publish*,J "■MIK* from tbs Boo them Besa, -Bones, legends and Ballads,” “Moondyae," and Statues la the Block.*  street.  WARM AIR FURNACES!  MARO ANT) KOKT CO AM*  r^<TJ^ss2a , s , sjrsr -  -wo  ttacra alway. onT.,!d    ^    Svoond  •vs and re-hand Fur-  A Public Calamity,  Bottu*. Aug 1R--A Bar Harbor, Ma. special to Th# US**be says that Cardinal Gibbons, cm being Informed of John Bovk O’Reilly’s Heath, said. -I, ». ? pS»! calamity. Nut only a lorn to the country but the church and humaulty in general " Turning away he adde.1; “If* a great hi#*; a greit las-" Archbishop Ryan sramwl greatly -bocke.1 and said: -|{ u . loan fee ran RI apar* such a man aa John from ii* foremost ranks. It la iudaod a Baleful surprise.” Secretary Blaine se*mod painfully surprised to hear of th* death, but mode no comment  PITTS A HAMILL,  «*15 BKLLK HTKKKT.  A. J. HOWELL  IDRAUCM in  To Ital- (Be Prier of RBora  NKW Yogg, Aug IE—8bne man u fee ta r-ars are contempUthig an advance In their prices of IO per cent., though, ob account of th# large stocks on hand ta the retail stores, this advance may ara ha noticed for some time. The can** la th* scarcity of hides, which are selling at from 0 to Ait  per cent. more than in the spring and also the advance la patent leather A*  MILITIA ORDERED BACK.  MADI-: TO ORDKR.  PERFECT FIT BD SATISFACTION (MANTI  AT^  BRUEGGEMAN BRO's,  (Successor to A. Brueggeman.)  MMt Tailoring md Gent'* Furniihing Goods Emporium  2?1 Piasa street.  Situation at Syracuse Piakerton- Guarding Property.  SYMACUag, N Y., Aug. IE- The situation of t he great strike on th* New York Central Is not much r'tanged. Al! is quiet both here and at Root By rat* u-e, aud th* KU militia men quartered at the state armory are being held for orders from Governor filii. It was expected that three companies of soldier* would move to Koet Syracuse at midnight or at daybreak. A 8 o'clock Monday morning one! plat - ii of the Fifth iwttery marched to Ka*l Syracuse, but did not remain, and 1  MC only they but tbs Fortieth .Separate company, which bad iran there since Batarde* wight, were called heck to the armory here by order of Adjt. -Gen Porter who said (hat he woald hold the stat* fore*-till he could personally investigate th# situation, The companies o w at the armory are the Fifth t-attery, Fortieth Separate c.j,|^ny <rf this city, the Twenty ikxth beparate company of Kl rn ira, and th* Twenty Ninth aud Thirty Eighth Separate compania* of Qamqfa. vmy fight Pink* .tea detective*, mostly from  Leather Manufacturers' aseociattcn, of Newark hare decided upon aa a1! around advance a4 IO per cent This agreement will probably be lived up to, as large for felts are to be paid for violating ti  Jawing* In Conge  WAwimntnr csty, Aug. ie-in th* house Monday the e uferenc* report on the sundry civil spprupiiati/ui Mil was agreed to, and a further confereuae or-dvrad on au< ndmeat* Mill In dispute In th* -enate after ««« sparring over th* question of the delay in th* discussion the tariff, during which Vest gave notice that eve* Iren, |„ (be bill would be die-corned lf arbory, until it w M  prevented by fore • m vnie was taken on tbs Me-Uhereor. amendment, ami R -was rejected wit h.un divtamtk. Paragraph as to railway hor. aaa passed over. and th* aauate fin* 11) got down todiacuaekm of the tin plate paragraph    ***  carpets, curtain* oil  CLOTHS, RUGS, to.  tass# Mer* Tres Ms tor Parises!.  lx)«K.g, Aug IE —Th* Conge state has annexed to (ta territory a vast region  south of the present frontier is th* direction of the Zambesi, and over which Hurt-ugai ha* claimed an Indefinite and nominal jurisdiction. This »tep bas undonbt edly been taken with the consent of Nog land and Gremmy, and in order to pro tact th* territory in question -gainst the claims of Portugal.  Agreed to Ha)sett tbs Yeast.  Nbw Your, Aug IR—Th* bahera’ union of the states of New York. Penney! vadis. New Jersey, Me-istnhnestt- end Loll nettle til beld a special eau vent ion bere So aday for the purpose of conoid el (ox th* iH.yoitUng of Flelrebmao’* yrsat. Twenty fire unions were repro •entrd aud Frederick Hackei. of Phil. driphia, pre id*)! An agreement wee ti «) tied thai non)) of the me miter* of the ti ii.oils represented should use th* yeast until the firm had re ti led with th* New turk baken.  Olar Prices  WILL BK FOUND"  LOWER- Cansidering Qualities and Styles  Than in aor other bouta in Alton in oak GKK VT KX IKNT of our SALK Bu*ine*# oo a VERY CI/WK MARCIV^. °f nixed fact that we baraita by far ‘  larger quantities _,of goods  THAN ANY OTR KR HOUSE IN THE CITY.  ■ eery I* Very Usage ta*.  Loxuav, Aug. IE—William Maunder*  presided at a reraptioa and meeting in honor of Henry George at Epping Forest  Burner sad Bul la aa! ag | a  Iralaad.  Igtvtmi, Aug IE—A man named Mi eh-rj Doyle has surrendered himself to a w ldlvr of tbs Yorkshire Light infantry %| Ihwport, Ireland, accusing himself af ta* is ii olcr of one O'Brien, who had refused to jota the league ihirtng the Ism quar-lcr there hare besa fiflf-thre*    of Rp  SPRING smrs.  prevftihag SUO*, tor Spring    ut  UU A KANTE KING     s     ^  A Perfect Fit,  ■ ;—- —wry* U* upping r ore*t ■» ....... -    .H    *”    U*n*|    in*    lear    quar-  Sati.nlay. Mr Georgs was reov!rad with     U r l, i#re hare twee fiftf-threw case* of ta  K enthusiasm md in his speech ac    tataMettou by thraxnulng Ut tar* an I Jo-  (edging hts wvIooum*. gave a glow    i‘t«a, acretfdlng to the polka repurta tit  log account Of th* pr<>grees of the aingl*    ®*ap i*w of injury to pnuartr. and foot,  alia, where he ‘  . believed  ta ta* arar ft*  lug account of the tax idea in Austra  it was oertaia to prevail KUK    .  A <MM*d Seahf Mary.  YkKpAUA, III Aug lE^Iu the ad ako  lug vo ti my of Bond I «rrylng parties bare for over two year* post reported ae tat tor aw serpent in the vicinity of Lake Wolet.t and >aturday « party cif hunter* mpli.red * snake ll feet long aud lf inches in dleiuetar  .ll’ — - IT*    rvjM.ria,    iii  Hashed fa HU (talk  Pc.in>A*h, ore, Aug VE-Chartae On*. grove, an aeronaut, ta Instantly klEad Munday afternoon while making • para-ehule d.-*r.Mtt, lls ascended in kl* br! heal to a height of about 1,000 feet when the parachute was loosened. When about >xi fo*t f nun the ground k* lust his hold ami fed. (anding un the paved street He urn mangled almost beyond reaognHimTi  c’  Reasonable Rates and  Complete Satoftctioa  H. C. G. Moritz, 112 Third st  .......  '*... 2.... iii.....   

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