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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 15, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 LTON  VOLUME 30.  TELEGRAPH  —-  ANO  PAPEIEMES  AT COHT.  •WW* must have Room for our W*W HTOOK Of A LB UM8 nod PAUK -TERI BS uow under way. Hence, we offer our precent stock  AT COHT.  The Ever I r\^  POPULAR 1UC  Sheet Music,  (CHAS. J, DKGKSll ART, Hole Agent.)  CHOICE selections  ss tfigpw*  EE8 OK THS  PIANO AND ORGAN.  >. J. [lei  Third and Piasa sis.  • ALTON, ILI.  Lhopstick Watts, tijr.........  Fly Away I in lop, by  .......  Gertrude I >r*ain Waits, by impatience (banjo uelop),by In Ute Sunshine, by... .  Jack frost g March, by. ..  Content Musical, by ..  Ha?ful Ronda, by.. .. .. Russian Grand March, by *»ai of Affection Masorka.by Shower of hoses Galop, by.   M  “ Waits, by.. Wreath Walts, by.........  Ac., Mc., mc., Mc.,   De I.ulti    Wallis,  • Beethoven.  • .Rtreabbog . . .. fang*  • . .. Knight ..-.Schubert  ......Ct   franco  Hartmann  streabboft  THE LATEST.  TH* Stepping Stone, by  Sidney Roienfeldt.  VOCAL AXD iXHT'I! AIK.VTAL) IOC a Dopy  OUR SPECIAL TERMS:  10c Per Copy.  25c for 3 Copies.  50c for 7 Copies*  $1.00 for 15 Copies.  Cautio*!!#- PREE on Apptfrt. Uojror PU,,* FREE g ~  dias. J. Degenharl,  Third and Pin. ,t,. .  COJIMlNDM-fflffl.  Col. Veazcy, of Vermont, Succeeds Gen. Alger.  the PENSION COMMITTEE'S REPORT.  Tho Disability Pea.!#* nill the Meat Liberal Meaeer. af u.  K | a(| K „ r  *"•***? a Legislative    ^  Oral Clee* Primal te Comrade Waraer — J hep irtai.nl    Conn   v  B "* TO *»  Au « Ik-Owl. Wheelock O  eZS* ° f Vm,u * t ’  w *» Wednesday «e«tad commander in chief of the Grand  Aim V i v  H * pUbtte ’  to ,uccwl  <**» Alw. Col Veaaey I* one of the inter   IUni P* h *re, a"d ha* just  lM ^ ( | hi* Auth year. Kid,ard F. Tobin, of M**, ach tia«*t ta, wa* chosen senior vice com Dander and George P. ( MMr , of Mary-  ,T* .  Jan,ur vlc * com mender. Other election. were deferred till Thur.de> Detroit   1  w* west en ramp men t.  TlwMGrai W*    <    ""»«il*»ee.  called to ll  my     ***  •sailed to order until nearly ll o’clock   M      , ‘ a * t  Comm antler in-Chief  • I^rrill presented the rejiort of the ra n. •Ion committee, which wa. adopted by a  “£3T«f t£r  tor ib#   import of the committee. The report t,f the jamaion committee details the work  SidLTT?  Ul  " HC,,rin * *** aiding pension legislation in congree* and it!.   f S!! tl in  "“toted to the diaabli-  37 ^rhiTi.w - *****  f r ame  *  !aw Ju, f  not in Muif i  m * y " , lh "    “while  not in ptvcir# form of the hill presented  ^ftbeeoma,ltte« proeerve. the no.*,  lm   jmd 7 hat**!'IT** VTV • nd wMl * not just what waa ask,ti In the moat Ilia. r «I  [*"*ton mea,,!,, ever    by    any   ,n  *hn world, and will  waVVl  r0 “" f ; “ f  «"*•"*•« feE  practically perfect.  It  T k*»hed tnt Their Aerate*.  Hon, C. R Ha vt*, of Minn.wota, and ramiwGeSe    ° r    K * ,,Mh     chairmen  ’HTE *    .*    bourn    cm  milton on f a* ii dona, en me in for rn « grateful mer,•ion for sendees rendered t Ut  a,, '‘  lbe (i A 11  faeoiurramJ mar r c t mnL i T r '" u U  "° rk h "  b * < < nm ' “•  z*: £?£$; wTSJZzrxr  Barat amt Fairchild, maim of sJlt •Ire term* on the cotnmitttca, aanounced their desire to w i.hdraw- fnon The cm  ssndr- «—o-wb  A* .k,  r, *^ k     UMHB<> Warner.  rai !ii H r nt  °** a  Alger requeated Gout* MdeHhernrar. to .top upon the pla,f ol , ,  mod a. the general walked down the ai-l*  LloT^ .; r . U r r Wa “  ,b *“ ^l*«ted^  Z7n C W  P  w  m  T* h I,H **  Kaf^T-    <’*•"    «h.rwa„ tic  U’.T ^v V iner  Panted tomrade 7 V-  H U * ut,fo1  candelabra cb,, k •|KH»!ui.  HUr,ld *  W,iro cr eloquently n*.  THEIR CROPS DESTROYED, fw. Hand red WI.!,,*", r MMn  g„ p ,. aI  for Public Ald.  of a w,rtlon TlT *  A "*  IV “ Tbef «n»" fl nniAi    county hare naked  I n ^  boowu » their crop, were to-  aide TIT    * wp i ,t     ® v ’  r  the eastern  ThT«^T n lL? l * t  * l harTmt t,m *-  * lu the r *     ln * ,U by 900 (tt  them,  at ar val mT Jt    "*“• * n< *  .IT the h" I. ITI* ,0rm WW * • Ph^^wnal  T h0 * **    •*» 1     «cver-  Mghteen mile. I,ag and ™^Ttrfsw! “ Ie linger of marring. on reml’I T®  f * rn,P r*  ,B  this section lire  the Buffering*'' 0 **!  iCh  ° n,)   rem .    ”*•    *bey    can not par their  Enroll? rn. i I**  f,ot, ‘ in «f •« lire on,  hell !a!riv T *    ** ,f    of  •Erving unless  neip I* given. An tartan or ie given whee..  c“» “k™." 1 " **"    *"'1    »»    Int"  3c-iTLT-i4raae a  SKTSttSS £2 *"  gtfy. 11  J“™ Wrtr h.,ui„ .iu.1 f »r others to get mean. to support threw ho are deje rident upon them  FIRES IN SOUTH DAKOTA.  WAS WHIST HEGI  What a Syracuse Man Says of the 8trike.  '  r ODSINQ meeting at buffalo.  a Great Ileai af Tim ba, I»e.lr„ y ed a.rl-*»«• I ow ta Me ttiara  “r""?,n V ' » f>.. Au*. 18.-1.  lh . :  ,i r hi "'    1«ht    ut ai. My,  <*rk volumes of .moke are rising from a "*»on «*»<*»rrtood to be twenty rn I lea ,» ■ML The Wind at on. time CeTmJ  Wf  * mok *‘    view  twin thi^ ;  Th#r * «■    0*^ ba  Is rot IL ’  nn * ** 5hfowl - The fire Umher I,"     - Ho,h,l ‘ Ml  ^ drat  •nrtadlm . n It" i* y *  OP mor#  *«"• *•»<* '• rn ailing all the time hi , very direction  Tr ?r!T\?r rrl \' in *  hl 1U  "*y  A <*  fi re hi hi  taO B     anat    lu    r  s»r„vtT *    fire    hee    de-  Ready Mixed Paints I Oils  — AGKNT8 FOR THE -    “  St Loul. V.rnia Co. Fin. VARNISIIKI Md JAPANS.  Clwrter Oak Slaves and Ranges  CeJebraied StndnOaker Fam ffasoiis.  —FINE LINE OF—  Camases. Bailies and Sjrins Wagons  SM lh. Bat HOAD CART in the World for $10.  J. I JOHNSTON, Hardware Co.  Hardware anti harm Machinery, Alton, III.  REDUCTION SALE  WOMAN’8 RELIEF CORPS.  A Deearaila. for Departm.at Cea.wd,, < Urbana, of Hmm fork.  Bn*™, Aug. m^At Tremont tempi,. Thursday forenoon, th. floor preeeot^l a brei/ appearance ae the delegate to the ^ omen s Relief corps convention w-n» gvttln* reedy for the election of offlcer^ Home Hgorone electioneering wee done. The exercise, opened soon after IO a. m. wit* the opening ode and the reading of the .ecretary import A communication , PtUl Kwuli< *y Po«t IO. G.  f^rn ^* C i n0,r ^..    Mid  from the W rnnan’* Relief coria, in the  jet inlTd d : i or tb ®  f    ItmA    'b    partment    peeaident    Mea  BAneroft, of < Hilo. presented the report of the in.tituting end installing officer* which aaa followed by report. '    ‘    ’  standing committees.  Mr. ritrlMun DeeoretoA.  i t n i H njU, «  Uu ‘ ln **‘' DspMrtment Commander Floyd Clarkson, of New  ib« hJrt M |  prw *‘ , ' 1 *' i  ** of the men who haji done moat to farther the work  OJO!*     J J® w>u  •nthaaiaatieally  givetwl and .,h^. briefly, jjra N.tten*  r«3h     ,n     *    "^P^nmur,  .J     WM    thma     dncorated  with the eighth national i«.lge of the order ami aeoortad from the heil Mrs Kin ma P. Hampton, poet national preai d«t read a resolution relating to the im port ant aecret busine** of  t h* order and a s|4ritail discussion followed  Poe*liar Death of * Girt Chicago, Aug. 1A-D na HUohn, an ll-year old girt living at ‘MU Mohawk nreet ■»< with a peculiar accident, which re’ •ttRsrf fatally The little Kiri w„ coming  m^ndrrT' *  ¥r, "' ,,ry < * t,>rp  •* I-r  rntwa and Kugenie atreeta, when .he waa Mg Newfoundland dog .od  th ST 'I 0 ** "-'  bt '* d #,r **«k against the side of a building, and abe wa* leader.  sd unoonw ioiH. L*na waa token to her  home wham she was attended bv Id Mendel Mad leal aid proved unavailing'  •nd abe died al » o’clock in the morning  week some    in paining along the  threw thl  F ? nk  ySwH’e ranch,  Kn ^T    *    VI* on the dry  Krum near l*ockwnnd’a hnu M  ti___  rnught, and a dangerous prairie lire re  werT b.irn ' l | r,,1r,Hl "    * rr "*    ° f   r wt iv?*;  Altempi ta Hr rack a Train.  8l*o Roto. N V.. Aug. IL Au attempt wa. made « this place to wreck an es-prene train from Now York Is I. sup. purl*! that the alleged wrecker, were strlkiug Knights of I a bor  A  Urge chain  Z%^T d     '« rte rST nom,  J . mg Bing. I he large locomotive, which f >^the*v    ^uinm    recently built  thrn,Zi ti ^ ,  l ! Centra] railroad, cut through th, cha n without cna.lng ary derailing the car* Had semi of the light engine* bnea used « u  the , i pnm lr mu the 1< aru mot iv* and cars would no doubt hare been thrown from the nod aerfous damage dose. There »• do "Jew to the perpe trator, of the deed  Gives the Ministry a ntast.  IaONDom, Aug IA—Tbs Manchester Ka  .miner, one of the most prominent aik influential Unionist journals in the kingdom. print, a scathing nrtioia in | U  editorial oolu mns on th# hi ack prosper tm-fore the parti and roundly denounces thoer who are responsible for Ii. The na  f~r“?   ni ,     ,h *    purcbMA  tithes and o her Important billa in the house, th* direct result, Itta char|o»d. of   cUr rrr!‘-  of th * ministry, and de * dare, that it  mm  no him# of Improvement under the existing administration.  Fatally bur ae. I. aa oil nr a. MAHJGgTTA, a. Ahi. 1A- George Wee. the independent ail refiner, whWy know. far his long end partially suooroafui tight against th* Standard Oil company was Wednsoday While turning a »?*  ,tt «d**»De an eiploahiu ae i ti md, Flames spread front on, build Ing to another and .ll am now In ashes •xcept two .HIU A great deal of store,! oil was burned The loss wilt roach 17k  UU), beside th. delay | B  buih^Tg nX  structure* One men wa* fatally burnet  ('•tiller Mad to “Spunt" HD Hatob  MfLWAb'KKK, Wk, Aug lh —Shortly lf*” * o’lJoek Tuesday evening Jailer Prueelng. of the county Jail, was notified  * U ‘ I Cm f*  a ^ mmt  Frank a (oilier, the erratic lawv«r from Chicago had been paid, and a f*w minuto.  * l  ! iUrty  »• trtowl to maka the roimrtar, believe that some lair  ber eave blT    ZT     tk **    <Vd-  ? ***    and ehaln to a police  man. who plaeed It in a pawnshop to, money lo pay the amount     1   SUMMER SUITS AND PANTALOONS  MAUK TO OKI JKH.  PERFECT FIT AHD SATISFACTION GUARANTEED  Hi utai Treatment af sn OM Lag.  FOK!, pp Lac, Win, Aug Ik-Th'ree masked mon enured the roaidauer of Mrs Ale, (blite*, an old and acari, bi nd whlow who live* on tim eastern limit of fchla city, overpowered ber, a,ai robbed ber of all the money she had. atjout Ilk t rn* of (hemen nearly choked the old woman •o death in his determination that .he •hould make no outcry. The p die* have  Harder Over a La ad Clat as.  G im i u a, L T., Aug ll- Mr. Turblm, on# of tbs most promitwnt el Oklahoma •laim holder, wa* shot through th* bodr Tmrodaj by a man named Taylor. TayloJ hail been hired to eat hay im Ttirbim’s f  BWffth*  a * M l,lrl *  Wh °  Cl *‘»«Hl to  ** T’S ^  qnMml mnailM  Atween Turbim and Taylor, which resulted in the •hooting of lh* former. Th* laud off!** •t h is city iv cognised Mr Turbim ae the lawful owu-r of th* disputed p r<i »rty  Vh.Too ,  U ’  Ah '^  Im TV  n, ° n *  W "‘  Cmm * *• Th**'  WH, T     ,B  *  r ® W    Th —  bel ^ I  Co " , ' , ' Pt *    -a    the  ... . ‘ r  * retral (toad Krelgfct  nioekade al Ila Ok In.  Rlkkaua If. Y., Aug. ik-The striken hew. very owhuM^Uo jo|« meeting of witchmen, locomotive flremeo end  ludginm °il *T    »*^L    and  thni i TV botnlerous cheering (hat issued from the hall, mart have re  The m T 10  , • Bco,,n Mhng information.  IsteTf u n BO ‘ brW ‘ kUp UDtU n ‘“‘* * M-j     of    Syracuse,    aaa  (he nailing and said: “We hare aseur  VT. ‘  un,on ' ODUIde the knights that they a iii g„ out and inside of a few  HH he a tram moving^   Al  «• r—.. u» V  -ervlo, of the ro/ui I. completely tealVTI “'I' 1  ° V ® r 75  ** r < put  O' the ( en  (Z JI. ^    *? through he  .tuff I. rot   r , * *F r kcuae and Albany and the rail-  rr.ir,.",",' ‘ , *” 1 27    ■■ *» ««»-  to”" “< '•<<■>• * ..<1. .b.  a.ir«Mel will be aorry It wa* ever started "  A fright Mill Hloefcoded.  west^wu'toUTi    *** , D,or1n *( ***•( sud  lhTrHVt! VVT”* ■®fc-*ule time, but ret. L, r *     001     »*•»*    '■•(■WI  he cSrr 1 ^  McK «*W»o said that EJS”* ******  ih * accepting of TS h?.    ? PO*‘'C*-»«f Hyra-  >*1. P«'» km«adad, but Im,  ^ SopvHntoileut H«^ 1  Mid £?  dlnMrTaS’T" 1    tb *     l ^'t*v.    en  ftf«met, would go out on the Central «) slam, lait It thus far lacks "mfirma*ion.  A  mrike loa t*r wa* a*k.-d tbout it bitt ail hn mid say w a* walt and see"     7     '  t<m   Tim. Delaware sad Hedswa Strike.  \ltTVV  N Y AU * —General  bo?    *"    **”*    WH.  y he statue of the s rlkeoo the lh,la »»ro and llndeen red, sank “Nearly  dutVltr ;  Wp " t 0,11  Htpertad for ‘*yatf»a. rn., but said they could ant  Sn" "I',"' L 1 ".    "•     ln   Ifrikt i T    of the Central  ,    " 8 ( »i'v(M<'tt»deot Hammond umi  TnTn n  tt anU ~  ,h<fy Wrnt  ta) work  0 h*rT».j£  p  T**a  HOU,,t  **    '  h r  how VTJT  tbe     were  lias- 1     w “ 7     from    various  1 -*no* along the nwwi We fully expect to f-utne th* freight traffic .Jol to.  K'U^n^ 1 !^ 7 ,0 thU VlcJn,t >' ; A "  •to pu ase tiger trains ere running un tim*.”  Al She Raw t urk KsA  t W  Aa * **  If  (Krrv ie any  a t slrik * 0,1 tk * S9 *  Vt>rk   rouid i VT "  Kir ** r  errand it bS d.^1    S'* 111 * 1 ab,,tti  **»• Urmt* Chn  , "•PFE Bverything v« going on  a suited Press reporter preparing to toke • run up to hi. borne at kKmdlla  25r£^ k ‘r* w *r X  •AW everything along the Hee was  ^running as  usual .od everything wm in good th.,**.  I’l skeet aas a< Albany.  Ain..', N. Y .  A ,. c  i, _ T „ nakwton Imen. about a quarter of whom •re armed with Wincher  ri fl«n. us,k  ST?-J?  th ®    Albany freight  ifl£i.T I . 7     NrW h *^« (D  S u ^    •**+» the yards  In t ti 1!" ***^ Hnrltagten and Quincy  •ndsb.ul  1  Oc, o«k th# first attempt to move T* k \    The    striker, am v»ry  rvacrabic, sod no vkdeoe, Is aalielpete^t.  I kinks Ik* Klrvmea Will Htrlha.  Dmm SM..A«S.    OI  (hrfoneral exeeutlr* iaisrd Knights.,#  Labor we* .er| r  bete bt .od early\w  day Bum,tog. Mr Holland rxproLedthL  ptwulr, belief shat tbs BroteSSS of  Ftromeo would strike “lo oms thev do-•*"' to Hoi UM. -lh.    «  Plctge.1 to run with no non union tT men, hence the engineer, will t« proctl «*Hy on atrikf "     F ” CTI   t    A Lkeokr •«(elds*  RoA«*g, Vm, Aug ,4-A rough look-log Whits mao walked ink, Natauu A M*v-*r»’ hardware store aud asked for a re- J solver A kudlUr Smith St Wemu rn wa. to hint and. al hi* rvquiwt the  TTiTT  u  W'MtoC heck from the punter the at t anger piaoed the wmpon to hi h*,o and fir*.!, the bullet entering the twain and causing Instant death A lei tor hi the Bitit . peckot was sddro»e»d lo “W L. \ oung, ii -berta. Flank Un county Va "  5^r» wro under the influ*,^ of  ■'Era BOOH BRICK BUBE  uJgfiSL™**  wlth w “(«r In llouhi  ®OxiflO.  ^.'"t, ll^iFSipRf^rhood, Handy t,  • - aa -    ,0     2 *.J .iii 1  + c,i trip I  MUST be sir,tty  Dorsey & Mann  SIO Belle street.  WARM AIR FURNACES  (IAHD AND 8OKT COAL.         Sic          E?f I  ? f      ’    *?!  § ii   r jf          I*          rn !►§  r  • a  ? *     taKBl!  PITTS A HAMILL,-  *n.> bklle btheet.  aehtio .1 t.i. .  ay sr id * e KgUUUU  —AT—  BRUEGGEMAN BRO’s.  (Successor to A. Brueggeman*)  Mifliic TflJIgrtng and Gent’s Flirting Meed. Emporium,  221 ria«a Mtreet.  Gev. toMeaW Dwa.ktev ta Wed  nm Moi VIM, la., Aug lk-.Inviuitonn fry out announcing the marriage af Julia, daughter of ox Governor William Larra-***• to Don Dub nip tov* on Wednesday Asg. SO, at Montauk. Ch riuout. The  young couple will make Unsafe Neb their future bourn Mr L-v* is eiii/sinei in tbs practice of law thee.  Hallie* at Dells,TM.  I Pumnt'ku, Pa, Aug IS.—a Ikitoiro Uhlo, spec ial any,: The Htdlaim Gubici Works and two frame dwelling, nil joining  r^r* destroyed by fir* Thur day morning Ism* $M).aak pertly ineurod. I Le origin U unknown.    •  Draw wad While Kisklng.  Taiv.da, Wash.. A l f Ii- Henry E,  V\ a Ido, of MPinewpidia, and Min. ti own.  Hoflfasan, Of Kan*a* city, were drowned  Wednesday aftern.am while fishing on American jake, by the eapaismg of their  ■aoMMsrt Attack* lh* Lard*.  Lo,pox, Aug. Ii. — In a speech at Derby Wednesday Mr William Harcourt at-Ucked the house of lords, charact*rising It ae a .tending olwtruction to useful h-w talatbm. Ah a deliberative HSS}.^ •hid, the houae of fords had id most .t ,  •« .«* *    ." h , n j  •ton beyond promoting a bill u< preserve towea^ or to extend and iocroaee the strtn-gcncy of tim game lawn  Wits Try ta Lewar a BeearA  SM* Tong, Aug Ik—The brighton  Hwh Racing na.* utfou has offerwi . 1  puroe of K..W to Mr Pulsif.r to .How  Trrinytorunag,in*t the mile rocv.rd -  1   liA,% -now held by Rn refoe. Mr. Pulal  r TV 1 **' 1 ,f ,h *' condition, ar* favomWath^tiau will I- made 60 Aug ,  P*r*eawUwa at th* daw*.  l-GMpnv, Aug. IE-Th. lord mayor an-  1  nouncw* that the rosa ll of Inquiries .»^t t  I with regard to the peroeeutkm of Jews in KunMa giving reason to tmitere that the rooMtto I*, ij >d edict will not be eof oread by th* it iranian government, the propuood proteet meeting at the Man*loo house la therefor.' poet (toned  felehlsg la ■ park.  MlhWAlggg, Win, Aug It-Krumn. Ht*in aged kl. who claimed to have town a relative of Frig herr V,m foe in th* fa aiouH .tatcaman who gave Pru**i* „,, r   conal it ut urn la P it. .od w h,*, r.lh*, la  • governmoat ..fib:,al in German* rom miUrdv.H d* shortly after midnight by  eh-wtlng himself fo  th „  ri(fbt t#a|   'VT J.'lf 4 '  ,,,,  *  1 highth Ward phrk. At*,a wa* formerly a rop,wtcr on a  (••urnsa newspaper here, bot lost hie taal Duo through drink  rig*<•„• far War Mar*-task I amy. Aug ll—Th* French minister of merln** hew darkled to establish at Rinat A naval dove < «** containing SOD pig,*,,,.  which ara to be trained for sea eervfoa The idea .to uHlto. them as  fkODi kRsdo boats around Brest to th*.  man 11 un, auth'iritiee on land, tho. m.u, lug oonstemt eumtuuolcaiioa  Wa* naylag wit. Molena*  uottT'*' f! k *  A ' «'  IA ~NWeook’e  I , ,1 Ti  ,1 ” rtb,r "* 1 01  city, a little son of Newton Moor*, while playing With  r  list cho*, was foully buracd foaf  tempting to extinguish tile ftouia. kb  mother was also b iru.,*J so badly that to r recovery la impossible.  Grosttfslkar sod Anag.a - Mil lag.  OHAMOA Mast Aug. Ik-Jiwtpb A.  ***g«ni, aged Ti years, aud his grandson  Xii  ut  **tog, while crossing th* Fitchburg tracks juu eau of Ewim, , t *.  I ay grift» to    A    *  A. J. HOWELL  , lORAUUt IN    *  CARPETS, CURTAINS, OII, CLOTUS, RUGS, 4c.  Our PrloeA  WILL BK FOUND  LOlNER-Considaring Qualities and Styles-  Swat    i'^Ks iiTo'ZZ', ti'  w«zr,z  “•yr^vriTfEs .of goods  II1AN ANT OIH KU HOUSE in THE Cm.  nim slurs.  ^    OUAKANTEE INO  A Perfect Fit,  Reasonable Rates and  Complete 8atisfactioa  H. C. G. Moritz. 112 Third st   m 7TW  r*Ms A**  »*ADi- isiiiiflgii. imiasArftoi   

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