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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 14, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH  VOLUME ao.  A LTON, ILL."  ANL)  MFETEIIES  TIII KSDAY HVKNIXG. AUGUST 14. tam.  .STRIKE.  Many  Applications from Hands for Work.  WEBB WILL NOT REINSTATE THEM.  »«v«rHl firm* bavin* granted rh* d. rn and. iMMWpHCU are thai they wilt have woo UM fight ani all la, at work in a law days At the same time Uh- strikespirit I* append  . *Jr! "*‘ v< ’ r, ‘ l     men    will rom*  out. The mold era, about I,ouu in Blunter, •re alan preparing to make ai mi lur de luanda of their emplojers.  NO 69  8an Salvador and Honduras at 8worda’ Points.  The Ever  1Qc   POPULAR  AT COST.  H^*Wa mnet have Room for our NKW wrork of ALBUMS and PAPE-TBHI1B now under way. Henoe, we offer our present a took  Sheet Music.  . d'lItS. J, DKG ENH A KT, Mole Agent.)  CHOICE SELECTIONS   ARK *P7VM 'WR* NG KI) ED BEGIN NET 8 ANI) KOK Til K IAK OE TE ACK EKH Of HIK  PIANO ANO ORGAN.  AT Ct )H r I\  liUlLeeu, I,  Third and Piasa sts.  ALTON, ILL.  t hopsack Walt*, by...........  Elf Away Galop, by  ......  Gertrude Dream Waits, by ... Impatience (Banjo Galop),bp.  In th* Autism ne, by... ..........  Jack frost's March, by......  Moment Musical, by,,.....  • larful Honda, by .... .....  Russian Grand March, by.......  etar of Affection Mazurka.ny allower of Hoses Galop, be  **    "    Walts, by .7.7,  Wreath waits, by...  Ac., Ac., Ae., ac   De latin  .... Wallis. ,Beethoven. .Htreabbog  ■ .. Lange.  Knight . . Schubert. ...... Greene.  ... francis. Hartmann *treabbug   UKW  ic.  He VialnM He Ha* a Sa at claut Number el  V '"  M * m  *•    the Whole System -  l*a*«»ager Train* Bunnia* on Time— Delaware aug Hudson Head Tied tip — Meeting of (lie Kseeutlve Heard ut the Knight* of Labor at Detroit--Trouble at Cloquet, Minn.  Sew YOM. Au* IL—TIM .trike altua-  milling that the official* claim that it is  I mprov« d. They my that trains are com. In* lo and going out on time. They also «*y that tbs running of passenger train* has resumed the normal condition. The suburban traffic .till .offer*, but as the New York Central is notorious for the p<»»r accommodation* furnished the un-fortunate* who live along it* line It I* no •urprtatag that throe train* should be the lad returned. Mr. W.hb myn he ha a re-’ired numerous application* from old ami*, hut will not under any circumstance* reinstate them. He abn. **y. ,hat he ha* received application* from meu on other road* sufficient In numher to mat] the whole system. The** men are already   Xh * r monM  eo***" *i  chang*, to the Central an improvement.  Erelgbt Train* on the Move.  At the .Sixty.fifth at met yard* the men ? «• J7". * ,r «l* rin K to aend on- more freight train*. J he usual numler kent «t f «w thro# yards at this time of the year is from eight lo ten daily. Tm-aday Ave were sent out, and it I* exited tim! the numlier will Ie increased Freight train* are being moved from Bt John a park in Thirtieth a tnj#t , The a*  tee are Mill on guard at the Grand (Mn-teal depot, hut to tho ordinary «, terre* there Is nothing to indicate that there ha* ; been a shrike.  SEDUCTIVE GAME OE POKER.  W by There Are Mo Many Absentee* la tbs  Ani tonal Hmm.  VV auh I VOTO* Cur, Aug. 14. -Ob# (moas of absenteeism la the house of represent#. live* ha* been explained. It ta not a ae- crH u>  iwreoua who bara carefully scanned the record* of yea* and nays during the last few day* that certain mom ber* who were dally seen at the capitol have been frequently recorded aa a ba ant or not voting, even when their vote* were necessary bi make a quorum. It baa also been noted that these members havt been absent on several occasion, on a division of the house, or * vote by tellers when their prescore would have obviated the necessity of a call of the house There ha* been a*u*picten that the cause of anne of lh*’absenteeism is car.! playing In .nm# of the committee room* when the hoe ae is narasion Poker and whist are tbs at traction*, which are said to have become so seductive a# to have made grave state* SMU forget their dalles even a* ti mea rf  PRESIDENT E2ETA MUCH IRRITATED    w     ,    ,------- rn NMI OI  •mergency. It I.  not  allegri thpt all th.  I?*"'    I’*'bl lean* or Democrat*,  I .    .     m      -•"*    •    ae    WOS)  but, on tli^cimtrury, it la asserted that rtlc* are miami equally repro  both part tented.  THE LATEST.  The Stepping Stone, by  Sidney Hoienfeldt.  VOCAL AMD INSTHCM METAL) loc a Copy  OUR SPECIAL TERMS:  10c Per Copy.  25c for 3 Copies.  50c for 7 Copies* $1.00 for 15 Copies.  CllritlHf KRU on Appll. u-tlnn, or Mttltl FHKK to mu AfllllTMN.  dias. J. Degenhart,  Third and Pina its. . Alton. Ill  Ready Mixed Paints I Oils  ANOTHER ROAD TIED UP.  Awltckmea na the It. lawar* sad lindane Quit Work.  Ai dant, N. Y , Aug. 14. -Th* news of th* bren king of the strike w ot out from New York r*criv«d a knock on the bend a noon Wednesday when th* swifchnwn and brakemen of tlx Delaware aud Hud* "ii ( anal company a cm oat on a strike. Ail of til. t ranches of the mad are tied Hp. Th* Delaware and Hudson I* tit o.dy rout* north of th* Wast Whore and IVnn*) I vntila roads and this practically cut* off cairn mui. leal km with Canada and north#*a Now lurk, »ueli pl; tot** tm 8<irn toga, Uke George and the Adirondack*  I n* men were ordered to sink* because the road Gaik freight and cars belonging to ‘^Central  U p t 0  q roy  , tld   STE. w I. r °T “ U  **«»BoUdj branch of the New York I en tral Th. striker# ar* jubilant at rh# addition to their ruuki and claim that before another day I* met I wll, call oui cither other roads. The ^be Delaware Hudson ar* orippi *d «nd before long must stop.  Congressional.  Waminotmi CITT. Aug. M. -Th# sen At* met at IO o’clecx Wednesday, Rd-luanda rmilutim. limiting de I tate na the iariff bill; Blair'* prHvous question mao  lotion sad Quay's resolution providing lot * vote on the tariff Nil on the 80th lost  r *>**'ddaration of the federal •Motion hill this semion, were ail re I, read  to the committee on ruins Hoar offered •ti amendment lo Quay's resolution en ai  A>  tooted# the election* bill among mat Air* to be taken up this seeeloH. Th!* was referred to thy committee ut) rule*. The bouse Joint r-solution, extending 'be pre vision of existing law providing few th* temporary expenditures of the govern meat to tin 1  «*h of August, wa* taken ac “ * The tariff bill was then token  and passed up.  — AGENTS KOR TURSI. Log is Varnish Co. Fine VARNISHES and JAPANS.  Glarier Oak Stoves and Ranges  Bink Diamond and Asbestos Roofing. Building Hod Sheet-  Md wCto    * nd    S E rayin «  Pum P"  Ne * »orae  •ml VV bite Sewiug Machines; $80 each. Agents for the  Celebrated Meta Fan iVaaous.  Militia at Syracaae Dismissed JjTHACYBX, N Y. t  Aug 14-The fir, ssHltary companies which have hee., q«i*rt, red at the armory here, were dis missed Tuesday evening by <>rdsr of Adit ©Mi Porter. The delay of twenty tour hour* after order was restored, vs he cause Under Sheriff Austin declined n give a written order that there wa# hi more need for them. Mr. Antlia'* ex ems* was that the military had refuel to go to Last Syracuse whew he asked them. claiming that they mu*, have or O*"  f £®  ||  hl « L . ,,r  . '“illtary authority Maes that lime he has not r-.uokUmi tbs told Ism under hi* orders The I, aal ae-eembiy of the Knight* of Labor which has been in continuous session since Friday expreeem the belief that the knight* will succeed. Represen tail v*m are here front AI Ian y. Quiet reigns at East Syracuse sod the Pinkerton mea no longer think It nsnmeary lo carry their debs.  Knight* mf Lu ber DlsrhergcA  wSS h  Au f IL—Twenty Ire Knight* of labor track men, freight hand We, etc. were discharged from the em Woy of the New York Central road hen* Wednesday.  Attacked By She Native*.  Madrid, Aug, 14 —Th* government ba*  receirnl odvkjM from the Island of Yap, one of Uic Caroline group, in the Paciflt oceiut, to the effect that while * d.iach meat of the Hpenlnu ga, rivou we,, cab  fig woo*J in the foveal they wet* sud denly and luriooely stacked l»y the ti'iw. I he spaniard* lost la killed on* lieutenant and tweniv seven void tem, th* md of the party escaping with great dif ffCHlty. A steamer »j>»tch«d by th, govern ,r of the Caroline, to pnnish th, belligerent aatirmbwing roo aground, n landing party wa* *,-ut out in two >»aV I IRH was compel led to retire to th* •teamer Th* Spanish government »,s. onier«d warships to immediately proceed  to Yap and panlsh the hostiles  A* th# Ariton* of President Megrse. rn*  Ho,i <t arm*—Aet I w Rattllltlw Between Guatemala and Bm Salvador •eapomded —Thv American Ptag Hauled Dews Dare lag a Hattie la th* aly of aaa Salvador  Patellar Trouble la Immi A,rem  New York, Aug 14-Th* Herald pub-11*be* the following special cable from Hen Salvador, ria La Libertad dated Aug. 18; ll ar with Honduras now appears to  be inevitable Th# action* of President Rogran, of that country, hare not been mtisfeetory to Provisional President hasta, of Salvador, and he is Irritate,! be yond measure. Pasta Is watch log the sit-nation ,     mmX  mag uke sam mary ac  tion at any tim# In th* meantime Bog-ran Is kept busy watching affairs In his own territory. Several teroi,Diana are Mid to hr in program la Hoadoraa, although Bogran clat,,,, that he keg muted all rus leon toot* and that his sou a try I* at pence. Active h««til1tl*v between GuUre nistaaaUHaa Halva tor have now lawn suspended for near.y three weeks But he armine of the two countriev are camped within sight of each other, really oantlclpaie any movemeat looking to a renewal of the warfare.  Katerialmed Minuter Ml.ner. la th* meantime the mluisiers of Coma “    hare    not    cared  their sfforts la Hehaif of peace. They have bren hard ai work aud have ha,! the native cooperation of th# entire diatomite corps Minister M|«n#r. United Htotoe minister resident in Ouaten.al*. came a*#,we at La igheuari Saturday and on Munday arrived here Provl.n.aal Preehlcnt Kaeta eater*.altmd Minister Mix Ber at a hanqnet, and th* best of f##in, K  prevailed. Minuter Milner appeared dis posed to act la the interest »f a -ct tie rnent of the diAmltlas h*twe*„ (iante-mala ami Salvador. When he arrive,! here he brought a copy of President Bar rd,a s amal decteration of war against  IHI* ft*p1IOllC,  A nidtenloti* Attitude,  Tin* wtui tile prat information on the ■Miter reset red at the capital of this  oouutry, ami the ll ret official Information that Uw government of .Stlvndr* had on the tubject Ah Gusto,,tala first Invaded Halvaibw without any for,ital declaration "I her iu tout ion, the attitude of Barn I la# after hi* fore*, were whipp.*l | u  tasulag • is d,crc. b eon.idered ridicuio,,#. lh# littorior of salve dor U quirt aud there are no lad Ice tm, i» of any turn* on (breeks «gn: net Lie!a. Doctor Albrrto Mena ho* tewn appointed minuter of public Inst rue-  Hull  MR  loirge h (VnaJ V “ t1 * ) W,th Wtt,er  *“ House. LOT QOxiad.  ^ p”t,    «*»<«/    u»  HUST Be surf.n  5 Marin  street.  WARM AIR FURNACES!  MAHI) ANI) .soh’ COAL  —FINE LINE OF—  Un Bullies and Sprinn Waions  SM lh, Rnt HOAD CART la th# World for $10.  I It JO .......  Hardware and Farm Machinery, Alton, III.  REDUCTION SALE  OF  8UMMER SUITS AND PANTALOONS  MAUK TO OKDKJt.  PERFECT FIT IHI) SlTISFiCTIOR GUARANTEED  K. Of L EXECUTIVE BOARD.  They Will l ..„k tale (he Treubto mi ,g #  New Turk Central.  DgI*)IT, Mich., Aug. 14—Th* executive boaril Of the Knight* of lather U In  session ken*. General Herr, tary Hayes wa* *b * (Fwd mood to crush somebody when a reporter calto.i at hi* betel Wednee-day aioraing. He refused to give any information of th* queetioas that will come before the hoard Mr Powderly war slightly more approachabl,, He said the busine** to be transacted wa* largely routine and local, The status of the Central strike wa* a qnssttou on which he amild off#, nothing, reiterating his pre vt on* expression that It wa* the exclusive banat*.* of (be executive hoard of th* district assembly to which (be New York I en tral Ii ase belong and with which be ha* am Ling to do. The present status of tbs •trike was a matter on which be refused to ex pre* an opinion J. J. Holland, the member of the general executive Uawd who bas Lad a hand in th* rail nail strike tm a1 »<i bere but ba* no view., ll# ** will present Ute whole matter to thee keen tire board, and after looking over the ground they will deckle vt bat will be done  Illinois Pharm ac# a t ira! %•»<># tat low KanraxIK, Ilia, Aug. 14 —Theeleventh annual meeting of th* Illinois Pharma ot'Utlcal association optimal In tbs A re sd, M|*ra house Tuesday afternoon Mayot Knight delivered an address of wa] Co uu and offered the freedom of the city to th# member* Daniel II. Padlock also delis ared a abort address, aller which Prest i ttent bch roader responded on behalf of th* s-eoclattoa The delegare, from th* Missouri and Indiana aaaoeUttooa report •d and a plan was formulated for th* formation of the Western Interstate Aw aorist*-*) Pharmacies, to conelet of mem tor* from ll duo!*, iowa, Missouri, Kansas •ad Arkansas, the ut,)**# being to recur* uniform pharmacy law* In the  T* Ak*I re th* Rteectoa Btu.  W asm it <>Tu it Cmr, Aug. ll—la the se# •to Tues* I ay Quay introduced a rreoiu-tlon providing thai the renal* will nut a1 this aas*ion take ap for consideration an y kills except tbs tariff and general appro p ria ti one, public lead, public boiid mg >411% and mu Ste or --“rtf, treat result) tiou*, and that th* voting on tbs tariff bill and aia#it<hi)#nu shall hegiu st SI p m . Aug Iff This ta the drat open action from the Republican ald* of tbs set,nu chamber against the oontideralloa of thr fed#rat election bill at this Manton of coa-  J     ut  »*»• reeoluUuo  woald bes apeiiSc agreement to si,cl vs th* election Mil  HAULEO DOWN OUR FLAG,  Mal Lain Hul*t#«| It Mal, tad n with Twewly-Ow* Gun*.  VV aim i vu Dix Circ, Aug. 14-Uto KH  tlmj aftvrnooa thr Met* department re  Beleed fruu, Minuter Mistier a tetogram from Im Libnratad hi) lug that during a battle in the City of rien Salvador tb« force* of the provisional go vert, a mux »«is,*d tis, Aine rice ti >.n*uiato la that atty hauled dona th* American flag. and damaged pr prrty. The department the sent# day tn.trucied Mr. Mlaaer by trie graph to demand full reparaihm of Hal rador. the ret u. ta lr lure, t and proton**, of (be trvaanl, and to see (bat ail rishi* .rf (he Culled States and IU ettisens were ohrerved Tuesday night the department received  Wor ,i     Ur     Ml.ner stat,ne  tost the provisional government of Salvador had hoisted oar flag over tire Tutted Stat#* consulate th* day before, st the •am# tim* reluting It with twenty-on* gone, Md that (he eooeal bad bren, reia-•toted la office and (he righto of the Uaitod SUI*! and It* eltlareia guaranteed.         Ile                i  t     lf!           F ii          ? $  X vt  toto «%      i 1    n     To our friends would «iv we *#..  nA . _    .  ontaj     ,r " T     N~x.~11.J4    re  Mere Trewkle at (»«««#• Ayres.  Bttime A TR KS, Aug. 14-A mob attacked the residence rf ex-!*re»1dent Gel-men and tbreatoned to bura It to (he ground The government has placed a outdo* of troops around the bouw for ire protection Great utuaaiuere bas been cauawi here by a report that the govern mrttt of (ha prevince of Cordova la moi,ti B*to,n*i guard It Is rumored ti, at (win H-kj*. the a, I Ulster of (he tate Vier, ba* rent peremtory order* to the gov eraor rf Cordova to resign.  PITTS Sc HAMILL  315 HKLUK HTRKPJT.  A. J. HOWELL  fURALEB IN  CARPETS, CURTAIN*, OIL CLOTHS, RUGS, to.  Willing to Live and tm Lire.  Bi rrauk N. Y., Aug 14—A reepeutx abl* looking man, aged about to years, gi v-teg his name ae Henry Ikweamer, rf Maw York, was arrested Monday, charged with  ■Mag e check swindler At lire polio*st* Man be told lh# police that pa**i^^ check* was bis chief mesas rf Ii vet mood Slid that Im* had operated ta a Blunker rf  wretorn 1 idea, He contented himself wRh small profit* and quick return*, ais plan Uni,gto bay goods and give checks for a tow hoi Ii re in excess rf tit* a moo ut of kl* purchase  Kula#!#* af Card I sal Rewwsn.  U)Xls)X, Aug 14-Th. pres* p„NUh glowing eulogte* of Cardinal Newman and dwell eeiwciaily an the eminence rf bls service* daring th* cho ieee epidrmlc in th# black country la Is#), when thousantle were relieved by hie rn in l.u rations.  I h< *(1411 in is tit sincere m<Mtrnt*n»    .  ranging re follow hi* remains la procession to bis place rf bnrhti on Tuemlay next sod man> other demount rattan* in honor of his memory arc ta preparation The  ,u.Mi I. ...A___4 LL. UL. .    J    r ^  Our Prices  WILL BK FOUND  LOWER-Considering Qualities and Styles  GKK AT UTMtr^trJ;     10     —V—«•» u-  Bu,io,..oa . VK RY Cl.Os). nAMlV"reMM?*re? ogntitod fad Hint wa bandle by far    ^  beatitude of his life ami the bappinees rf ■te teat tie •maut* are alae ailmled p,  a «  AT  BRUEGGEMAN BROs,  (Successor to A. Brueggemui.)  AHi.ll. Tiikirifig in* Gen, . F.mi.hlng Gee*, Emporium,  921 J»lusa street.  MIU ll and* un Strike.  Mi NX LA POLIS, Mina., Aug. 14-Th# Journal’* Cloquet, Mina., e ( *.etei  My . ;  There is #« notis trouble here over a #t*-ik# rf tor. mill hands. Tb-re was much riot. lag Tuesday. Company K. FWn l reg! mem. nuder command rf Cai. B rblcter arrived ac a cpecUl irate Wednesday morning Th# strikers are aul as throat suing outwardly, but tiny seem  M  d# Ie rn, I tx# I as ever. Several rf (He I#aden have pn.< |*irn.-1 tbcmselvea Auarchtsu,  (ewing t* Cdr t> Ike League,  IXiROOx, Aug 14—Timothy Harrington bae dtcided to accompany William  O’Brien and John Dillon an their pre-{KMwd (rip to America for the purpoae rf reorganising the National league la the l’t,lti#i K’atea, end pJaeiag it uader the dirett Hint rid of th* league in I ret and. Daring their stay In America (be three gentlemen will deliver addrre-s. and endeavor to in fuse aew life ia*o the league propaganda la America, which. It is a1-leipd, ha* lately become apathetic.  •«titi,Bg his ax mxry to br hono'red'by all Kngfisbmea add acoremintlf #  the cor  larger quantities of ooobn  than ant other iioubk in the cm.  teixiy rf his heavenly reward for bis bim me I #«• career.  Bod say they w*ii Bettor give up. It ta br lie red that dechdr* notion wHl he va to be  token  Criminal warranto have beet) sworn out again*! twenty seven strikers and a  Bemist of thin, have tweti srtwlMi TK. stris«-r* are taarongtity Cowen, ann law and order agate prevails. Work Is partially resumed aud fall crews will he at  work soon.  Trying re Hup the trey eats.  Nashville. Teen , Aug. 14—Th* «*-*t Farmers'aud Laborer*’anion or a1 Hance  •Bel here Tneeday. boycott* were de» clerid CBMSX tim* ago bf eoanty unions against bu»l#eea Urine here heraure they refuged to sell goods to alliance Morea Aa effort fat being made by alliance own to moa the boycott, se the preeiui-ot rf th* tinier, J P Buchanan, I* the Democratic nominee for governor, and business men SI* not inclined to *>ipp><rt bim  A W»ll-M»u*ra C'kicagoaa I’1 ad  (Hic AUO, Alg    14— George Hturgea,  prest rh-ut rf th. Northwre.-rn National banY died al hie residence at Lake Geneva Tu«*day afteruooi). Mr. Mf urges he longed lo a fundi) which bas bren prom brent In Uhlewgii fur the last thirty y#isr» IL* influence has done much to eafahila), the fir,am tai eonndnres of Ch togo mercantile credit, and by his death they hank liitf !n»xr<>#t of the city kwwa one rf its hr ghtfst and moat siUKwsaful repreaento-tlve*. Mr. hi urge* was horn al /.ane* •lite, a, May 18 ixia  They War* Tea Sharp tut ska C ourt.  HK'ialu, Ma, Ava 14—Robert Colbert and Minute Fleming were arrested Moo-dey night for improper conduct sud nave bond until Tu#ad*«r nuoui.,,. WL__  SWIM SUITS.  “ now rece.vuig * iarv{« flo.l /arie l stock of dolls* la all the  prt ) siting shade*, for    Suiu* whici I am prepared  U , make up ll  —w —w   vs rn#* ITI (I fflp] A  PMM until    rv$oruiu|/    Whm  Minnie's care so* vailed she denied I  thai  WHI rrahakly Wla Their Mink*.  PlTTAai’Mo, 1»S,, Aug. 14-The strike for nine hours work and ton hours pay, bogan Monday by the tunchloUd and skilled me-chaalce, fat rrealtlog favorably for them,  A vt antiae •# MeyTenadara  Bt. mph* Aug 14-AK order hoc beau  laeuad by th# Western Un ten Tv cgraph company pridilUtiug Its operatore from  1  dealing in gram options, puts and calls, or la any way making ir*naa*'tioes them-salve* or thre ,gh their friend*, under pen-•JIf of  N«**»i I ii«{4*4$ int (‘RB|rFf| 4   Die# Mcmkbs I*, Aog.lt — MaJ. A. L. Anderson rf Fremont county, lias been nominated fur eoegrcee by th. bginotTSto * of the Eighth oongreselAaai diet rick  h*r Beat* was Fleming and s»h| it wee 5°*^ lh* em,pie had obtained a mar riagv I leaner at sn early boor sud were married before ti)* court opened Thcv wvre lectured sad released.  Sartre**# re Have haaa Lyaaka#.  V irk-ii, im. Mow. Aug 14—William texan, colored, reakliug on Lake Plaata-tiou, railed his wife lo th* door rf their cabin and sh t her through the body The murderer escaped, tret was captured later and started under guard to the acor Mi magistrate. As he has arf been heard of stere, ll to believed his enraged neigh bore lynched him.    “    ™  1 !   „ . —-v- *    aperea 10 malta ap la lire  Most Faahionabt^  a    GU    AliANTEKINQ  A Perfect Fit,  Reasonable Rates and  Complete Satisfaction.  H. C. G. Moritz. 112 Third st  HUOT MS M», Xtrwrya**, gtoeOMk Wk   

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