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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 13, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON ELY TELE x WEDNESDAY Cardinal Newman Dies After a Short PNEUMON A THE CAUSE OF nnmm AT must have or our BTfteir of ALBUMS and PAPB TBBIBS uow under we offer our present stock AT The Ever POPULAR Sheet CHOICE SELECTIONS BUSINESS IN coNQheea nniaotlorig In tho Hcnnte anil of Parade of Veterans of the Late THE CITY CROWDED WITH AKRANGB1 AND FOU TUB USE Ot1 EE8 OF THE PUNO AND Oo Will na nurlea m the Oratortani Private Oemotory at Ordained a in and Mode a CurdlnnlDonoim In of HI WoHwothor Foreign Items of Newman died of pneumonia Monday at Birming He was taken 111 on the attack beginning with a severe He passed Into a comatose condition on Sun day and remained unconscious until he The last rites of the church were administered to him Monday miring his illness prayers have been offer ed for him at all the He will be buried In the Orntorians private ceme been Sketch of Ilia rfnn i tS2nryrrNewmim Wlta born n Lon don In He entered Trinity m and was elected a Gertrude Dream ny Beethoven Third andPiasa c Jaclc Frosts by MomeEt by Schubert Playful Russian Grand by Francis Star of Affection Hartmann Shower of liosos by Streabbog by Wreath by Ac THE The Stepping by Sidney VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL lOea OUR SPECIAL TERMS 10c Per 25c for 3 50c for 7 Copies for 15 Catalogue FREE on Applica or Mailed FREE to any Third and Piasa iu At college ila formed a friendship with John the daTnedna Ti Dr n5a of Hall in MSB andTtutoro Orie college in In im lie was ap pointed vicar of an of In Keble and Pusey initiated the Oxford move K1 church doctrines wmcn tney advocated in a series of Tract for the He manifested a growing tendency to Roman Catholicism in hi Aryans of the Fourth Century Thui and Conduct fl833 his Tract 00 and his Essaybn the Development of Christian Joined the Romnn Catholic He became a member of the Roman Catholic church in and was th principal of the Oratory of Saint Ph at frjjm IMS to 1 He defended or explained his religious ontitod Apologia pro Vita Sua published a col tec A Grammar of and A Letter to His Grace the Duke of Norfolk on the Occasion of Gladstones Recent postulation He was made a car dinal deacon In house bill to amend the census law BO as to compel unincorporated express com panics to give information about their and it was Edmunds resolution providing for the five minute rule in debate on the tariff bill was or dered printed and laid on the table as was a so one from Blair providing for the pro vious question whon debate has continued SIS JRV011 Morgan con eluded his argument on the tariff bill and whospoka lpally on the tin plato Hotwo ProoBertliifffc Ihe house passed a concurrent resolu tion extending to 29 the appropria If the government not alraady provided for in appropriation that the item of disagreement on the regarding to the for the establishment of ana tional park at Chiekaraauga were non soncurred and u conference Vloo President Morton and Arrive ton the patch wiih View the Great ProeoMlon ot ln noodert by and R ment began In earnest Tuesday moraine As early as 6 oclock many veterans ware nnd people had begun to arrive In town and to Sf thflo in holiday Before 8 oclock the roar of can nonfrora fleet in the harbor announced it FOREIGN Beady Mixed Paints I Oils Tronhlo Aheua for England meetings of railroad wero held In London and the provincial centers Sun Indicate that muny other roads will soonbecome Involved in the great Pla861lt tothe roads of the VVelnh This prospect has cheered the in Wales and in spired them with hope for a successful Issue to their troubles Deaths from were nine new cases of cholera and seven deaths from the disease at Villajoyosa Monday six now cases and one death at Llcrena and two now oases and seven deaths at There IB a decrease in the number of new oases md deaths in Val lenoia Since the first outbreak there there788of Striken Attempt to Prevent Hen from Going to gathered In force at the Nelson pompanys mill to stop the men from going to Trouble was avoided only by the appearance of the village president and Monday morning the strik ers again visited the mill and attempted to stop the men from going to their Two men were roughly handled by the fl knocked down Th6 Btrikersstarted up the track with one captured but were met by Andy Gowan and Riuby Bnd ruahed Several of the strikers drew revolvers and matters had a dangerous appearance for Gowan and but the timely arrival of a squad of special poljcn on the scene had its effect on the mob and their prisoner was taken away from The village council has sworn in a num oer of special who are n and Sherman 1 up the lfty her in the The gentlemen were escorted to the Vendome and subsequently Secretary Tracy and Vice President Morton to he presidential reviewing bd at Sptandid reat fasted at the Vendomo ShorMjr be Z reojlved the governor and state delegation and the party took oftrand uSr of the parade to view the decoratlona Getting Into Meantime the formation br the groat all potelbte on Commonwealth 4M Doath of a Prominent Michigan mA cablegram las been received by the family of announcing his death at Vienna from The deceased went abroad a few weeks with f as delegate from micnigan to the medical conference at Berlin and at the closo of the sesslonthey started to make a tour of the continent Stephens was 07 yiars old and ona of brou8ht here for bur with Templar Insane from Hora was taken to the insane asylum a Hora was the proprietor of a grocery store at 431 Third was doing a prosperous business when his wife left home a month ostensibly to visit for a few weeks at Last week Hora discovered that his Boing to had IT3 wllh a man named taking with her which was deposited un wifes Sn ItIon through side wera hi iT 8reeUl adjacent thereto runny ine manceuvers from the public garden and every other spot in the neighborhood Where space could procurU At 1 those of 111 Pennsylvania ftnd had passed er Gen Al head of the with his staff6 reached the final reviewing stand Everybody Ankloiu to At least an hour before the narndn to start the window ami balconies ol houses along the line of mnroh and rows of Beau which had been erected Ta ever iB npaee were well filled with ex niKUJ were bucked at the The lj5 ftt ftl1 p The particularly On Washlna Chesfer park two mZ contained mass of The vast crowds dar AGENTS FOR THE Varnish Fine VARNISHES and Black Diamond and Asbestos Building and Sheet Lnd PumP8 New Home White Sewiug Machines j Agents for the Fari f LINE OP Seethe Be9t KOAD CART the World for EIJ01 Strike on an Irish consequence of the discharge of a number of workmen who beloflged to the Employes some of the moii on the Wicklow ami Wexford railroad have none on but the service on the roud is not Rejoicing at Buenos BUKSOS thou sand persons attended tho mass meetings hold here to rejoice over the fall Presi dent Mitre was cheered as the future candidate for the The meetings were A FRIGHTFUL Two Men Killed nnd Another In jured at terrific ex with fatal occurred at the Illinois Steel works at a oclock Thursday Blast furnace a sprung a leak and the molten metal ran out and down into the generating steam whioh caused the The metal was blown in all tearlngoff the top of the furnace and the roof of the John Novak and Oscar Sobws were blown out of existence and their remains 1m vo not yet been Peter Sohrler was so horribly burned nnd cooked that he lived but half Hhn fT McCarthy was burned about the head and hook and will die Several other employes received alight Pnnlo Among Turkish Fnrds and Armenians in the Alashjord have iad further It Is re ported that a band of young RussoAr menian mountedand welK armed have at Erzeroum and are fast recruiting This report has caused a panic among the Turkish The expulsion of fifty Ar menians has been ordered by the They are suspected of having incited the receut luspiring sight In the absence of the more furnUh ed by the marching Therewas un expected delay in the formation OT he column owing to tho lateness of the ar rival of delegations from suburban andthediffiquity ot ooay or men ID such narrow The Signal to There seemed to ba considerable confu slon on the common whore departmens and poste wore scattered bands and drum corps playing and spectators run ning hither and The depart ments were ranged ron Commonwealth avenue the order of Illinois Massachusetts as tho receiving urtment oooupyingthfi left of the line nCi V wa Commanderin Chief Alger with full staff of 600 mounted ABH sacwiiJ PITTS If Wl Hardware and Farm III Found Plenty of REDUCTION SALE OP SUMMER SUITS AND PANTALOONS TO WECTFIT AND SiTISFACTION GUARANTEED Building and Loim of Min mysteriously departed a week ago awd Is still Monday the Val ley City Printing and Engraving com pany levied on his oflVici furniture to so cure claims amounting to The first attachment was quickly followed by amounting to all for uoto OBrlon uamo hero about a year fitted up the most luxurious lived high and found cany victims lu tho ofljuew nnd dlruotoro of the ooal branch of thu who frooly hacked Ills The Fight Uuoluriid SAN liiter vlow Crocker stiitod that tho flght oontomplutul by tho Canadian Pa o flo against the Mall and the Oc cidental and Oriental llncg IHM boon de clared A pvace ugramiiunt will bb signed In ft day or two and will oontlnuo until Tho Canadian line fc prohlbltud from haiidllug liny freight to from Mm northern staU llnu of Call ornaaudtlio other two ccmpanlos from bundling any in thu porta out side of A TOYoarOia LITTLE Sarah Jane Wldner was convicted Mon day of murdering her The murderess is 70 years of The couola formerly resided at anoTln a dispute between the old man arid his ysarold son tho former was struck on the head with a piece of furniture and Xuo BOO oot yot boozx Mm Widners sentence is live years Imprison Killed by Kicking Wtt a a young farmer near this met with a peculiar accident while hunting f effects of which he He had loaded bis gun quiet heavily and while putting ou tho cap accidentally discharged causing tho gun to kick him In the rtlAnn ttnlA JlMVKtJl TTJ a IU SuooesBop to Artlivlo Tailoring and Cents Furnishing Good oo Tho 8111 18 Tho Chatsworth wrwk survivors hold iholr annual meet Ing Monday at Bgrketts The at Mmlancels dlininlshlnx every mooting ana public Is strongly Killed by Hud GRAND wellto do of Caledonia was killed by an Infuriated bull whioh he was leading from one stall to Ho was terribly gored about the head and neck and his son was severely wounded In attempting a Dolan was 68 years old and leaves a wife and two A Uoien Injured special train from tho Lovoiand campuieetin ran luto u landslide three miles from here Sunday wrecking the entire train The engine and two coaches went down a thirtyfoot Engineer Wai ten and half a down passengers were In none Mettruotlvo lllata at flro Sunday night destroyed the Methodist church and Lnuiuiuy block ooou Pled by Mlllor as a dry good store Goorge barber and John general Tho was Inoen insurance srongy UKuunt perpetuating remumbraiico of thatuwful Short wora waai by say erul It Is not ihyught tlmt on other wwtlng will DO A tiliarryiuani Nutlonal mA ponventlon of delegates tfom a large percentage of quarrymena unlonnof the country opuned uorpMonday to prganleo a national Hot ween fifty arid 100 delegates roprununtlng uuloiw In various states uru In Shut Do un of Unit on our tallmuut of production guiiurally wunt luto eftuut tlirBeuuar towof the corporations shut down for The mpt a oorp8 of mounted pi to the bead of the The band sthickuptroa uiesa t dieraatid at the command oTthe the greatest street pageatat ever wlr in Boston beganlto ihwaW mardh of the tne Kenerals staffand escort came the Illinois of which the feat ure was which bore a transparency inscription Home of Grant and The Wisconsin boys who followed caused many a cheer and they carried a badger in a wire cage suspended on a the wai re markablefor the number of old battle flags they over thirty being In the The Ohio dlvUlou was led by De partjnent Commander Dowllujr who recolved manyoheers as he bassed down the New Yorks hTadlnft feature was Post 140 with their White bate and nest The guerillas yand zouaves were much but the boy band of Hlxlyflve pieces from the mission of tho Immaculate New York olty took the hoiirts of tho The Nut meg suite WHS fitly represented by a huge nutmeg and a colored Connecticut post bearing axen was much A County Trmnurer county ami a prominent busi ness met with an accident in the railroad yards Monday which roHiiltod lu his death at He was on tho truck talking with Jo Tliuy steppoj off to let a train of fruightours but were caught be tween the oars mid a platform used for storing tind were terribly Bolls condition Iscri i Was Worth aiaiiy SAN well known Nicholas died from heart Monday Liming has IMHIII a coimjuluiioiis figure In buslnesH vlrcluH In Bun Francisco HlH wealth Is variously estimated at from to 1rlncii Nnpolcon at reported that Prluco Napoleon has arrived at He is ruported to bo travoliug under an anxumttij immo and to have a unsuport from tho Itul Ian It Is stated that a dentro to luspuot an estate Is thu WIHOII for his te M 111 Hit Old A ml FJfor luit for Virginia Monday to ruvlslt Uio uoontf of the governors boy They oxjioot to be absent about two Tho Fmijiy Jomis mid Two captain of the a Cumrulmw wan i iw f IN WILL BE LOWERConsidaring Qualities Bualnesa ou a VERY A THAN ANY laoos IN Cm ttt w w GUABAKfTKBtNG A Perfect Reasonabk Rates antf Complete   

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