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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 21, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 VOLUME Ut).  telegraph.  VNO  PAPEHBIES  AT CONT.  •df'We moat have Room for oar NKW fmx K of ALBUMH and PAPE-TKHIE8 now under way. Hence, we offer our present ntock  4 I PP/A \ v  Aul v;i»,  THURSDAY BURNING. AUGUSTAL IWM).  Ti NITIOWL CAPITAL 1   TWM M   WANTE0 TQ 0£  TOUGH.  I cit I  K ,| ii  NO 05  rn wile Writ  Investigation of the Charges Against Gen. Raum.  preferred by cooper of indiana.  (Von ut to  itoi* II***  Tim* In TriM.  Gantt VILL*, Tex. Am. ai .—A paired dim, novel reading Michigan Utys named aud \\ Allium Jon*** arrived bore Tuesday afternoon In a bo* car. They wen) *r rn,,I with ad ah not*™ and on  !Tk* ll*.* "*  iP,Mted  ^PP*«cow.re.| him with their min, and rompelled bim to dane* and ainu. q q  hi*  Mr. Powder ly Calls Upon Manager Toucey.  TRYING to settle the strike.  A Bargain.  The Ever I Hn POPULAR -LUC  Sheet  Music.  (CHAM. J, DKGKNIIART, ted* Amit.)  CHOICE SELECTIONS  tRKFUULY AkitAN(iKI> rn nrnmm AND FOR TilK I>tIS oV ERS or THE  PIANO AND ORGAN.  Third and Piasa sis.  ALTON, ILL.  hopttlck Walla, by..........  Fly Away Galop, by, .....  < tort rude Dream Waiu, by .. Impatience (itanjo Galop),by  In th# Sunshine, by... „.......  Jack Froet's March, by ..... .  Moment Musical, by ...........  Hatful Ronda, by.   ......  Russian Grand March, by ’" "tar of Affection Mazurka.by "bower of lianes «. Alop, by. ..  **    **    Walts,    by.....  Wreath Waits, by ...........  Ae., Ac.. Ac  . .....De Lulu    Wauls,  Beethoven.  .Mtreabbof  • .... I Antre.  • . ..Knight. .. Aob u ber t   ,4*r**n#.   Francis  Hartmann  4tr*ubtx»g  Ac.,  ■ GI***  Ic.  sinner Both 1'rwr.l .» th, rirrt Hew lo*  1  Oou* th* exert*.* they heathlm L . *    Ueasmiite# Th* Day-, brad with the butt of Ihelr at  refusal to Conover the  Item*..,, I    - |*n« Dewart)CtwwUeg ' *•»    ^  With I cpl. to Moor     Hmmk ^ Th0     I    Ult) freight depot H,„jr held tip a gang of  I A Z?. r!S« y*!* were I*!. Z* A little further down the track two  stranger*  WePe  compelled to throw up their bands at the command of tough.  Me*! Inspeetlou BUI FusmmI.  Wemtmnm Cirr, Aug. kl—-Th# **. lect committee of Awm momism from the hou*. committee on invalid pensions charged with fnvmtigatiug charge* against Gen. Green B. Kaum, th* com-mb-toner of petrous, began the Invest! -KAI ion Wednesday. Gen.  B.  Mea I   Raum, Green  Raum, Jr., the appointment clerk of tile  pcuteou borean, and Rrpreaeotetlv. CoegM of Indiana, .rho preferred the char**,, were present At th* enggmtloo of Mr. Smyeer, of Ohio, a member of th* committee, the charges were read. They ate that Gen. Ha urn promoted of th* pension bureau for  the  and secreted  They then paused through town  themselves | u  * patch of  woods, intending to return at night and capture the city In true cowboy sty la The a ne riff and marshal surprised them asleep under a tree with their revolvers by their  SlTilT \ H T ‘ n Th ^ “T they Ate •lr* to be typical tough*, but will  ably be sent up for sit months.  employes  .. .    -    —- purchasing  Mock in a patent refrigerating company of which he I* president, and that by s partial ruling (lea Raum advanced the o'?** °L * °’ ,rtain  pension attorney (George h I^mon of this city), Ute latter odorsing a not. of Gem Kau ms for I  a oompeasaUmi for this f.vorit Ism fl*e chargee ai bg* that the refrig  crating procees is Impractical and worth  less.  THE LATEST.  in*  Supping Stone, by  Sidney Rosenfeidt.  VOCAL AND IN "TIU MLN IMI,) IOC a Copy.  W..UM < omldrr Himself ----1  I here was some preliminary discusaion « to limiting the scope of the in vee tig a lion Representative Coo,.cr .aid that whether Gen. It tun, bad sold stock to employes or not, be bel laved that if Gen. Kaum, while commissioner of penalonawa* jMnwddent of a rn pa ny that wa* pushing a worthless thing, It was a thing for con  "ir?     noti0 ® °* n  Kaum re  plied that Mr Cooper tot>k this view Is-«aas* be knew that no stock in the oom  istny was sold to employee*. “If I «.<  tbln'w 0 * ^ w rof  ST*  e(Htr Kea, r * added tten. Kaum. I would consider myself a  disgraced man and expect to be kicked  out.'  OUR SPECIAL TERMS:  10o Per Copy.  25c for 3 Copies.  50c for 7 Copies-$1.00 for 15 Copies.  < ulalojfiit* Fie HK on AppHe*-I MB. or MwlM FICEK to A thirty aa.  uny  Cbas. J. Depart,  Congaed to the Charges.  Th* discuasloo again turned on the  01  J 1 *® Invtotlgatloo, Mr Cooper t aiming that lf Gen. Raum was guilty of cnysoy storing or huckstering scheme of • priest* character while commissioner of lf "Mon* the committee should investigate t. KepmwntaMv* Sawyer did not think the committee had any authority to pry ntotheprivaf Interest* cif Gen Raum. It VA finally <ietermiii«d that the inv.wtl-gation should he confined to the specific ebargee and the committee adjournal for the day.  Fight at a Hallway < ..wallas  .  C “ IIUI »  Au « »L-A desperate took place Tuesday at Continental crossing. Putnam county, Obit* hat wren employs, of th* CW lamf rtUttd sad the village authorities Tim village told a sewer under the tracks aud a large force of railroad employee tore it un. | n   SSSTwSi *    mal man ce  , TSS?** *•■“* to the Men* of  the trouble with a po*** of dtisens and a  mSSS^  10 tb# th *‘  fellowed JJU of  n  wen, on each side Guns, i.-Ji " i u  -<M * *•— were freely w    *     at    fort * P*nom were  wounded, but none fatally. The rioter* were finally repulsed and about were captured.  ▼tee Preside.! Webb (latin* the! frsrn    Deports Ke« rived l.verythlag Along  Near J    *• Working astute. tartly—  W hat I blet Atfvsl bays of I be Strike— b*iwrlat*ad**t Harrows Nays W M*v« Roe* Aal ast ated at Buff Mn.  NKW Yon*, Aug ll,—Mr. Powderly and the . fflcers of the Federation of Kailwav Employes were aa ret i.-eni as ever Wed ne— lay morning Mr Webb wa« at bt* oftVw *■«rljr, and in answer to «,*t -»tion. said there wa* nothing ne » lo the positions so far as the oom pony waa concerned. Hi* n*p*»rta from along the line indicate*! that everything wa* w,irking satisfaidorlly with an increaaed number of freight Ira it ta  MPI HOUSE  (thick Walls) Largo Cellar.  with Water  '•■ t^  til House  LOT   k 1  *-QOxiao.  prole  —   -SBK, <*■>»«,    a.».lr    *  itoal **McrnIdy No. In VV denied p*witlvely Ute truth of the report that hi* a-Miiubly It* c liar ter. He also said _ .. aascmbllaa war* doing all  fli ?     1    ejr     ^    plek«Ks    out along  the entire length of th* boe f Haven.  bail reaigried that all U-a1  MUST be sold.  Mott  thirty  Wlseonsia A* pit bl leans.  Milwaukee Win, Aug. Kl.—The Republican state convention was called to order at IS o'clock Wed need ay at Went Hid* Turner hail by Henry C P.yne chairman of the state central committee' The delegate* spent a large part of ib^ night wrangling ever candidate*  cattie to the eon vent loo decided candidate except the Governor Hoard After . work of organ ital bm, Gen  and upon no renomination of ) preliminary   ______—— Mike GD An.  ex commander Wisconsin Grand Army of <au v lair* was chosen temporary chairman. Committees uti resolution nod «*r-msnent organ, sat ton were appointe! aud aa adjournment was taken until S o'clock  to Hear  Third and Piasa cts. - Alton.  II  Ready Mixed Paints I Oils  — AGENTS KOR TUB— Bt Louie Va rn I ih Co. Fine VARNISHED  mad J AP ASH.  Charter Oak Stoves aud Ranges  speech.  Bl«k Diftntooil »<! A.bwto, Bo.,On*. Bull,lins turf Shct-S t-or' e, 1-iB sod Spraying Hump,. New Home White Sewing Macliineg; WO each. Agent* for the  d  —FINK LINE OF—  CarriafiBS. Boules aoli Sprioo fapos  SM the Beet HOAD CART in the World for $10.  IL I JUSTO! Hardware Co,  THE DAY INjCONORESS.  A larys C’rwwd la tbs- Heaate Hear apeak.  Washikotos' Cm, Aug. SI.—The m-nouitcetitenl that Hoar would address the «"-n*te In oppositioa to Quay’s resolution fixing the ti ms for voting on the tariff bill, «nd shelving the federal election Mil. brought quite a crowd of spectators Iii th« gallerias and nearly every senator lo Ids seat when the session opened Wad ne* tlay morning. Hoar demanded the yea* aud nays on agreeing to the resolution aud then offered the two amendment# of which lie had given Hoi ice Tueeday-onc to include the federal election bul in the proposed order of bustee** and the other In the .intore of a substitute to provide tor demanding th* previous question Quay gav* notion that be would ask a division of tbs subject when the vote should be taken, li ar then hogan his speech in advocacy of Ria amendment.  TU* IU, si Ion (teas Ova*.  At the eon elusion af Hoar's Spooner moved tbs reference of luContoths committee on rule*. Fry* apposed the reference aud advocated a change in the rules so as to shot mf ds-Ute on lUe Uriff bill Kdmund. opposed this proposition. At IS o’clock the tariff btl!.ame up** unfinished busluem, and Aldrich refused to allow it to U laid bald*, so tbs Quay maul ut too went over.  House Itelngs,  The house met at ll o’clock, but ow)ag to the slim attendanc* nothing could bs done until noon, when, a quorum having appeared, the journal was rand and ap proved Tbs house then resumed ootuX erst ion of th* alien land law UU.  The bill exempting mining M*dt fam th# provisions of th# allen land law bill  TW ii?, if?    *1,    nays    KT.  I he bill providing for the adjustment of accounts under tbs eight-hour law was called up but went over without action It*-solution was adopted calling on th# president for lufnysAan cmicerniug edicts against the Jews In Russia whether any American cit!**it* have bawn expelled from Russia because of their religion, The house then proceeded to the consideration of th* adnate bill providing  tor axports,  A Bad state of Affair*.  Toledo, Ohio, Aug ti.—The heavy drought of th* last month has caused the farmers in aad about the Man me* valley much anxiety, and has rendered their crop. almost worthies# It has also en-tailed much suffering among the laboring classes In the Utile cill,* ta the s„rr«Hmd-tog country. Th* Maumee river Ie three feet lower than has ever bern known la-rom Corn, th# farmers say. almost  A Conference with Tot*cry,  *ry?  Th *r Were Anlgttte -I Laker.  ( fdef Margent of the Firemen’* hr .tber-htssl said thut the Smw York I antral com pany was not rusk mg war on the latv>r  Awl that the discharged emplores Her-dropped becauwN they w, r- Knight* of I I si nor. Messrs. Powderly sud Wright  T^,n‘    *“    I  to it* v shortly befur* noun   U ' ft ,m ‘ v  wmedj ell pleased alto th*- re-*ilt of their visit. Mr I*nw,lerly sal I Urn could tell nothing i to.    "I! 0 "  nnr<l  ^*d Brat c">nfermi  ter.u.te? ^ Both gent terne I f«S I  turtmd to the ffe. Clewd hotel Mr. Tour, y '  "TiLi ) caller* had conte with the o iyect of arbitration, and he told tKem tim*re was nothing to arbitrate, but hr talk,*! the matter of the strike over with  1   • hem very fully. The  Dorsey & Mann  310 Belle street.  .#    ,    „    luterview    was    41  ti of satisfaction fo both side-. 1 Messrs. Tour y, \N ebt< and Voorhras a conference, at Wok-h  WARM AIR FURNACES!  held  .a- l . .    ---- ‘he interview with  th* knights was rally discussed, hut no BMW# information wa. mad* public.  11 A I {I) AXD K()f< r p (’OA1^  *« Mea Reinstate*!.  Buffalo, N. V., Aug Kl.-Th* that Superintendent Burrows <*lved orders to reutstatv  rumor  had tv  goiML being cooked by the beak There ha—-----*-  ieee I wen no raiu* of Importance In thro.) mouths.  ^ _    -    ‘tot    Hr.king  snitchnmn is e.upliatteaily d. nbd by that gentlettMn     v   ... have received no such orders Wed Deads y morning, and in r< have mad* no such move in lion.*  The men hen-  Auh! he  •H*eq o ur * ‘ha direc-  Loss of * VssmL  Racikk. 'Via., Aug ti.-The steam berg* Monitor of Chigago, Cap! Hire from Purport, Mich . with a cargo of tan’  ,* rk  * nd Jf 1 *^ fun ode rod off the coset of this city Intraday afternoon. The crew ot olu* men a od three passenger* were saved arter a terrible experience with the wiml •ud w**»*a ABtjr drifting about two  T!  th -y picked up by the schooner M, lifts aik! landed at   Tb *  men herif -cern to Is* waiting 00 their iwprrsenutlvew  ln  x^w York city •ad until th* Mweilug will make a,, move.’  AN OMINOUS OUTLOOK.  A air,k> IV Hick May llir.-u IIM).OOO  Dal of I ii, j»i„j, a,o*».  NKW Your, An/ KL- Ad tMctad with Hie bull Hog ira log very glum over lh*  Me*  A Laws! ag Yean* I .toy Killed. ii ELENA, Mont., Aug. KL—Miss putter daughter of J. W Potter, ut Lansing Mich , was killed and several others in  Jiiiwd in a collision betw,-on a ww#b  rZlTTar^’' " d  *  ,M ‘ h * ■'*>"  Amoog th# Injnrwi am th* folk)wing: WWtem McNamara, Streator, nia. slight bruise od hip; F. F. itickerman, Chicag<i tut OO hand: sod Miss Addle L Htne  mnu, lansing, Mick., ankle s(>raioe<L  The Quarrel Kageg ta Marder.  Trenton. S. Y, Aug Kl Frederick St hroe*ier wa* killed Tuesday night in Morriavllie, just scrum the Delaware, by James Hall, a wealthy KoglUhmam Schroader and Hall am netgbburs, hut tory quarreled lately aud Tuesday  n , ght  Schrueder sLsrted In to whip Hall. Hall had a ho* in bls hand and struck Achras-der In th# forehead, from the affect# of which Set)roader died Au hour later Hall has been armet od.  men cones am feel ptoeptot of a long nml bitter brick wa,, which may thro* nearly IU I. WM men out of employment The bad feeling was brought to tit* boti lug point by the brick manufacturers de •■id I tig to withdraw shipment* of brick SSjrtr*    th*    boycott    |„  Hiilit?    **" k *    * 4t,>    bjr     * ltm  Wrd of  Walking delegate* of lbs building I rad, a  .* w * ^     r * ftp* toe lion# will throw  out blocklayer*, Igdck hamilers, <urtawn can* oters, joiner*, sb,:»,- m'ttnn-,. labor  J?2? r * ,or *  10 lb * Dumber of I wn or iii.oui, ae well as some Su.um , brick yard men. Th# boycott orig!rial>-d la the ref aa*] of four brick UMffsetsr em to hire aoue but Knlghu of l^te.r  i>air ol I onM.*^fctlaiaoHon m vvr7tlacc^^uars^t 5* *2  forn ' w  ‘'*  aod  «*  nae©* always on huiU.    guaruiitoud.    Hocond-1 laud Fur*  PITT  & HAMILL,  RI-') MK1.J.K BTREasr.  Hardware and Farm Machinery, Alton, 111.  for the inspect iou of meats And passed it  *Wek a Mean Advantage.  Madisdk, Win, Aug. KI,—John Walter* • hotelkeeper In th* no-Itosns* town of Htoughton, was tm trial hem Tomdav for •elling liquor. A detective in th# employ of the prohibition tai- had feigned til ness in his house, and Walton)had given him a d*weof whisky and ginger. When th! court heard the evideuoe he dismissed th* case, first severely censuring th* detective aud hit employers  Weal ow lasses** of Wages.  Dubuque, low* Aug. KL-Commlttees rvprveenrlng th* train men of the Illinois Central road from New OH*#.,, i„  < ity Will present petitin u to their re-apeetive division *o|h rintendenU -cklog  ami for the granting of oeriaiu priv.leg,* lite movement includes ail passenger and freight Ira n men employed on the ays tem with the exception of limm-m sud en-fiHT? hut^lay, Aug. JI, th* oms ai- f bled committe.-t from all the livislous  will meet Acting President Harriman aud General Manager Heck In Chicago  u .d lev I their pennon, bef.we them with recom mendel ions ut their division suuvrimeu 1-  #oU attache*!.  A. J. HOWELL  IURALKR IN  CARPETS, CDRTAINs, CLOTHS, RUGS, ic.  OIL  Our Prioeg  WILL HK FOUND  REDUCTION SALE  • OF  WIK NI sud aa Their Dlgalty.  New York, Aug. Kl -Th# Grant Moan meat association executive committee has adopted an addreas to the people, •ettlng forth that they will taka no part  in «uy discussion as to a removal ,»f Gen. Grant's boily from New York The fund • mounts to Had,QUO    It u prop,me<l to  build with this a structure having a fin  I*bet! appearance and to add to the monument as th* funds increase. N„ design has as yet besa selected, hut a choice will aouu be mads  ■be* Dead By aa Aet**.  New Yoke. Aug Kl -Churl* Crumby an actor ta the “White Klave* company’ whose stage name ie Charles Welter abet and killed Robert Me,NVH. a civil en* ginner. Tuesday In th* street In front of C rn rn ley's snartnnnts. BM Wert Ta. i.ty-  Tfc« Haight* la Alakama.  New York, Aug Kl-The Hun'* Ute mi ogham, Ala., special says that the past master workman of the Knights ut Laten* iii Ahttmuia has written to the secretors of Ihrtrk-t A-scinbly Nu. #y, of New V„rk city, in which he -ays the order » ra'.Ty going lo pieces In AUliaru* He gives** (he  reason* tor th* break up toternsl ■»*_________  •iou. in the onler, had manage men    I  unwise strikes.    ’     1   LOWER-Considering Oualities and. Styles-  V!'" *■ *\ nv oth * r  ho UM in Alton.  GRIC AT EXTENT of our SALES HusiDrug od a VERY CLOSE MARGIN OgniEwl fact that we bainite by far  In cooaequtnce of Ut# w« ort enabler! to do Md it it a rec.  LARGER QUANTITIES ^OF GOODS  than any other house  IN THE CITY.  Ho Hegrwes Need Apply,  J Ac Rim is, Aug. Kl -Th# mast important bual! KW* presented to the oou vent iou  •■Mad street. Cm01 ley suspected Mc Neil J Tues.to* was th* r,-|s»rt of the rommitt •a Intimacy with Mm. Crumley. Th# on etectlons In the CV  murderer gave himself up to the polios  SUMMER SUITS ANI) PANTALOONS  AIA dp: to ordkr  PEBfECT FIT HID SiHSFACTIOII GDilRTEED  A Well Known Theatre Mss Dead.  Ba ltim,-re. Md. Aug. Kl I*,trick Harris tin* well knowu theatre owner and proprietor, die*I Vt odnnclsy morning at Bay Hborc, I* I . when* be went Sunday last on Iii* arrival from Europe He bad hewn to Csrtahad for hi* health and had retum.Hl a* sa* bein-cad. much Improved Mr I ism* owned sud eootrolied the«ir,» lu I’lttehiirg, Waddington, LmisviU* Cl ne) n oat I. Minneapolis, St Paul and Baltimore.  Death at th* Hallway Cro*aiag.  Newark, N J, Aug KL-Mm Beife I tort ic rn an was instantly kilted, James Ksnny fatally injured, and Mrs Earl bad-bruiaed Tuesday at Ifeitevi Ie, their carriage being struck by a train ae they were crossing the ty*ck The home was killed and the vesicle demolished  teale«| election cam* of Mc»,re sn.! I Vann , . sc* net Melcher Montgomery. I'lo- majcrttynf the oom-tnittee iv pur ct) in favor of lb#e.,i»te*t/,ru* one of whom la the only negro eta tod to theo»urmuon if a.ll bz heard in his own    hut    will pr t'u tbiy hava to go  1  if  SOI TS.  rn.  —AT—  BRUEGGEMAN BRO  (Successor to A. Brueggeman*)  Artis te Tailoring and Genfi Furnishing Goods Emporium, 221 ria.sa Ntreet.  S,  A Belga ut Terra*.  Ox TOK ABON, Mich., Aug. KL-Incendiaries here created a reign of terror in this city. four attempts to create a general  WhflngrsUoo having boca reamed slime Wednesday last, two of which have been et Ute C atholic church A reward of |L. OOO has I teen offered for the apprehension of the fire bugs.  Three More Tie(lux af the Ball.  FOUT ll KS MV. N. Y, Aug. IL-A th la-Ware and Hudson fre ight train wa* detailed near bere Tuesday by * toto. _  •witch. The engineer, Frank Cardel, aud braken.su    Terry    were    ki    ted,    ac    i  Fireman Park* probably fatally Injured  near  While riding on a roller MonJay Hillsboro, Ills., Maud Richard*, aged 8 years, lust her balance and fell.' sud tbs dirt, "sighing I,WO pounds, passed over  TIM Situation la Armewla.  L«Ftt>K, Aug Kl.—The Daily News team* that Ute situation la Armenia is besom!** more deplore bl a a wholesale massacre of < hrUUon* ha* occurred at Mooab aud rimllar outrages sr,- reported Brum Other pl seas  Mysteriously Mlsstag.  ted .", Aug Kl — J oseph I/wry, rn member ut the Arm of Joaefih I tau tu A Co., shat- mauuf.-ti-tureis at si*th aud Mc Chartes^rvts. i» mywtermosly  m is,j„ M   ,ert  Mb) "lore la C'Ut I pany with two murdrjr merchant* Monday mnrnlng and rincr titeu nothing hoe biwa h ud from him. Mr l*-vy md  a  drinking roan •ud did ma carry a lar^ . u .n «g money  '•rue nod mite I stork of Clotbi. in nil Urn ‘ “ Wo “  1  • a i»»|»Bred to make up in ii*  I ara cnw receiving; prevail mg shades, for Spring Suite.  3VdCost ^aBliionable Stvles,  GUARANTEEING  A Perlect Fit,  t  I  with him.  ‘‘Fulled* 1  th* (lea Oat „f th,. Wagwa. Kaskakkk. Ute. Aag. Kl.-Mn). John Ii. (kleUe was shot through the body anti  dangerously wounded Monday evening by the accidental dtscharge of a which boy wa* pulling out of * wag, i0  , lady wa* pa*" ug alone the ante walk  prilrt, weigbin  her, inflicting probably total injuria*.  ■toot) Woald Hat Accept.  Knik, Pa., Aug. Kl —Al the Democratic convention in Ute Twenty-sixth distrmt Tuesday A. L Ti bien was nominated tot eoogrvss. Hon. W. I* Scott was the  t'rsgusy In Trouble Now,  IrtlDox, Aug *1.—Advices rNi^;, Uruguay state that the minister of finance in-si sis up 41 !) resigning, and that Hie other  Reasonable Rates and  Complete Satisfaction.  S'H.C. G. Moritz. 112 Third st.  oongrei*. non. W. fe. Scott was tit* Ural ministers will follow bb exnmnte Ti..,  *•    **    saMwJSwistwSK '“" k  • ho ’‘  .rn   

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