Alton Daily Telegraph, August 22, 1890

Alton Daily Telegraph

August 22, 1890

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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 22, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH. VOLUME JIO. ALTON, ILL., FBI DAY EVENING, AUGUST 22. I SHO. ANI) PIPETTES The Tver JQC POPULAR AT COST. •af* We must have Room for our KBW TOCI of ALBUMS And PAPE-TG RIEB now under way. Hence, we offer our present stock AT COST. dias. J. Depnliart Sheet Music. (CHAI. J, DEGEN HART, Sol** Agent ) CHOICE SELECTIONS CAIlkrTU.Y SRR AN GED FU BEG OTI ET am) fok inn. ukk or TRACK EEB OF THE PIANO AND ORGAN. Chopstick Waits,by....... ...... Fly Away Galop, by ........... Gertrude Dream Waits, by . Impatience Banjo Galop), by . In the Sunshine, by.  ....... Jack Frost's March, by   ... Moment Musical, by .. f.... ..... Clay fill Bon ti a, by .....  . Huaslan Grand March, by ....... Mar Of Affection . shower of Iii is es (.alop, by...... M **    **    Walla, by....... J Wreath Waits, by  .......... Ae., Ac., Ac., Ac,, .... GIUS Ae. THE LATEST. Third and Piasa sis. ALTON, ILI. Tit* Stepping Stone, by Sidney Roienteldt. VOCAL AND IX ATH MENIAL) IOT a Copy. OUR SPECIAL TERMS: 10c Per Copy. 25o for 3 Copies. 50c for 7 Copies. $1.00 for 15 Copies. Catalogue Fit EK on Applier-lion, or Mallei! FICKE to an) A <I«I re**. Cbas. J. Degeohart, Thfrd and Piasa its. * Alton, Ii Ready Mixed Paints I Oils — AGENTS KOK TUR SI. Louis Varnish Co. Fine VARNISHES and JAPANS. Charter Oak Stores and Ranges Black Diamond and Asbestos Roofing. Building and Sheeting Paper. Force, Lift and Spraying Pumps. New Horae anti White Sewiug Machines; ISO each. Agent# for lite —FINE LINE OK— ems. Bodies aid Serine Wagons See the Beat UGA!) CART l*® Wart* for HO. 1.1 JOHNSTON. Him Ct Hardware and Farm Machinery, Alton, ill. REDUCTION SALE A MS IS AT HA® quit ria in. t rraen, . fen I m t k i'unr .'l.iy afternoon. Tl»*y i . *}• HHD br*) »ght on mist *p-Ti n !, n\ **» the Central ut .* < im.I condition tm at nay The Fight on the Central Road To Be Pushed. Urn*' oar. ag the i ruublc. ACTION OF THE EXECUTIVE BOARD. ....De Lulu .....wauls, UwthUTM. Mr cabin*# ... I An#**. . ..Knight schubert, Gracile, ...Fraud* Hartmann. tree Oho# The Strike To Ba Taken from th* lf and* of Dlatrlct Amdahl? Nit. SAS amt t’r»M rut«,tl by the Labor le aders to the Ullin I:    I Aa I ai |Mtrl nil Merl in, Ta Ile Held at Terra Haute When a Ktrlke All Over th* Vanderbilt System Will Pro bab lf It* Ordered. New Von*, Aug. «) —“Atrlka," told Chieftain Powderly, general master work* man of hUO.UUU Kntghtaof Labor, •‘Strike," Mild Chieftain Sargent ami the three other member* of the supreme Connell of th* federation of ft#,OOO railway employe*. So say the I cai I era of th* knight* and the I .rot herhoodt in chorua The executive l«»*r*l of the Knight* of I .a bor voted Wednesday evening to take th* strike from the hand* of D A, No. Ail.mid pro** •cute It vigorously In every possible direction to the bitter end. It Ie a life end death struggle with them. It means everything. Lither they ut net win aud Mein the right* of arbitration which they claim or forever lune their power among the laboring men, who now believe them potent Tlie member* of the federation after ekhnttstive Investigation and after trying every pueeible mean* to bring the Central official* to the paint of arbitration, voted the ctnw of the knight* worthy of support, and that the Central in Laking it* position was striking a blow at nil organised labor, mid Chief Sargent wired to the other eight members of the supreme council to convene in Terre Haute Saturday morning. I *b*r Most Protect I tacit. Ho far aa mortal mean* could go to avert thin disaster, Mr. Sergeant wild, they had been tried In this case, and tried in vain. The railroad company would have it en On their blad* he the bisme and the responsibility. They had forced a light against organised labor and now organised labor must protect itself, and tbs st rn pc t hire of workingmen everywhere would go with it “We will not break a law, said Mr Wright, one of the most level-beaded of the general executive committee of the Knight* of fathom “but we will do «*very* it lug under the sun that we ran do laglti in sd ijr lo win this fight—a fight which hat* been forced upon a* " "Tile * ontpnny will resist to the end,* said Third Vice President Webb. “We pro|Mi«e to maintain our rights, to ran our own busine** our own way, and not be dictated to by outside parties." Webb’s Arbitral? Methods. The member* of the general executive I»<hrd of the Knights of Labor did not make their appearance at the Bt Cloud botel until lab* Thursday morning Chief Barger*! with hi* companions, Mantra Howard. Wilkinson ani •sweeny were astir early and at half past f left th** botel to take a train for Torre ilaute CUM Sargent said that at the meeting cl the supreme council of the toleration which would be beld at Terre Haute on Bator* Nltai«.tat) at Albus?. Albany. N. Y., Aug. 32 If there ie any ground (rained in th* strike it is in favor of th*- New York Central railrad The road to red a great many of the freight I trains out »f ii beno lady and West Albany Thursday, mid th* only delay to , moving others seems to be the tnexprieooe J of switchmen in the yard* Tho only ex-! citing incident of the day w*« the arreet by the Albany police of William Cam pean, a molder, UA years of age, caught while attempting to pull a pin ie a freight train at the up|«t*r grad * and tmsning going toward Wee! IG tony. If Cam pean had enc needed in his design a (xvi nm uh up would have occurred, lie ie not a Knight of Labor. Ile wa* locked up aud hi* case wlU go the grand jury. The striker* are very anlet end say they are waiting for further development*, ~r— Wsat s IO Per Cent. Isereas*. day, a strike on the Vanderbilt system would undoubtedly be ordered, lie ana hi* thee** companions had Indorsed the action of the general executive board of the Knight*    La tor, and he thoroughly of the believed that the supreme council toleration would sustain them. lie said that the action af Mr. Webb in adhering so firmly to the stand ha had taken modem! the sot ton they had taken necessary. Mr. Webb's arbitrary methods end utter refusal to arbitrate the situation made it libelee* to dial with him any longer, Think* Pow*ert> a Sensible Mao. At the Grand ('antral depot Thursday morning Mr. Webb said that he was folly prepared to meet the strike when U cam*, end that ha did not an eld pate that many of the employe* would go oat. Ha said of Mr. Powderly that ha considered him a eery sensible man, but that the hot head* In the federation and th* executive board were ton much for him and the result was that met tern have taken th* course they bara Mr. Voorhees stated that everything along th* road was qalet, and that all passenger trains were running on tim*, ait*, that the uutnber of freight train* dispatched each day wa* increasing. GenaraJ Manager Ton cay laft for Albany at fi o'clock. What bb miss ion wa* could ac# be learned A lt*tMB*st from Powderly. Just before noon thursday Mr. Powderly made th* (olidwing statement rela tive to the charge of eoospirncr, which it inly Is prising. is saki th* railroad company “We have nothing to dread from tim grand fury. We violated no law; neither bs tm#** advt***! th* violation of nay law, either alala ae national Wa have no objection to a fair and Impartial tavesUga-tion, and have In fact been seeking IL It Is also true that we have been shadowed evw ainee our arrival bern They have watched oar every movement, hoping to Whether catch some incendiary remark the men were right or not ta quitting work, we do sot say. That they had a right to do so is not disputed. They have refrained from violence and so they have cothin# to fear While the Vanderbilt dynasty feel that they own the courts we to I that they can not shaft* justice to suit I hair own coda. lf, however, such a thing can be done it la better to know It now than later." New Yore, Aug Ft —There is a movement among th* employe* of the passes -gar department of the New Verb division of the Pennsylvania railroad to get the company to im-rua** the pay of (Fie men lo per cent. The movement ha* started among the o^duct->r*, brakemen and baggagemen. The offl.-lata of the road think it strange that such a demand should be made at this tim* A committee is to wait on the officials regarding th* matter. Th* conductor* want ta bo per day tnetcad of EH 15; brakemen, ll *> Instead of Ii Oft, and th* I luggage man gj instead of 11. (XA. Th* workmen stat* that th* movement is not a threat. A Vie*or? fee the Mea. Halifax, N. S., Aug ai—Th# Spring Hill* coal mines strike, which has involved nearly ll.ltM) men, and ho* lasted two mom Ila, ha* ended in a complete victory for tin- men. The management have conceded all of the demand* made. Want a >l»*-lictor Day. Huston. Aug. Ti —Th* SOO furnace workers of Huston and vicinity have decided to Inaugurate the uin--hour work day ma and after Bapt. ft. FREAKS OF YANKBE BAILORS. They Ulva (Taels Urn* a rase tor favaetl- lien. ll Alif AX, N. £., Aug. ti—Tlw sui* department at Washington City has instructed Consul General Fry to proc «l to Houri*, P. E I. and in vee: ignis th* circumstances and ail the fact* in connection with the re cut Migjr* of the fishing schooner Willi* Irving, of Gloucester, Maw. The WI tis Irving put Into Houris for shelter, but dturiug her stay members of her crew were det*-ct*d sailing rubber good* and oilier ort lo bu to Hie populace. ’iug'seap this, despite th* fact that tho Irving'*cap tain had forbidden it. Mutt ny and H ar sr* t Batts#. Collector Foley ordered the v. wad to put to sea, and th*- crew in stinted, whereupon the schootw was asilid. Toe ringleader of the mutineers was neotenrod lo prison on complaint of the schooner’* captain, and another member of th* crew wa* also jailed for attempting to steal the magistrate's horse and es* ape. Nominated Ie Csspsst WiLXMiuBRk, Pa., Aug. Ml—The Lackawanna Democrats held their county contention Wednesday, Master Workman T. V. Powderly of the Knight* of Labor was unanimously the obotoa of th* convention for congree*, but bls ff&ade woald not permit his n ms to br mentioned, as Mr. Powderly woald not accept It. Lemuel Antennal) was nominated. Dc* MaiNE.-. Iowa, A ag. S.—The Dc moor*: ic congressional convention of the Heventh district Wednesday nominated James ii Weaver for congress. An effort was made to gel the contention to Indore* J ll. Barnett, th* Un In# Labor nominee, but the Democrats did not take kindly to th* proposition and Weaver's nomination was easily mads Mad Better Let til sa Aiea*, I a >ri* VI ll*, Ky , Aug. J#—Peter McCrary, the superintendent of a local cemetery was pot on trial hare Wednesday, charged with shooting Annie Htaksu about dx week* tin Th* shooting canard a sensation, and it we* thought the girl would dis of bar Injur tea. Sh* rallied, however, and i* now well. When called to the witnwu stand she evaded the quae-tion* asked her and McCrary will profit is understood that be- ably go ding treat cry way to break the marriage engagement between them, bat that new sh* has deeded to marry ber would bo murderer. NON-UNION MEN STRIKE. -OF SUMMER SUITS AND PANTALOONS MADI-: TO ORD int. PERFECT FIT HID SATISFACTION GUARANTEED —AT - BRUEGGEMAN BRO’s, (Successor to A. Brueggeman-) Artistic Tailoring md Gent's Furnishing Good! Emporium, 221 Piasa street. The Mew Wark Central K»*<t Madly Crippled st Maffila Br ffad), N. Y., Aug 22. -A wild rumor wa* started during lh* night that a rail out of the Hew York Central fin-man had baa promulgated and that (hay had god* out on a strike. This rumor is without foundation. The 8rrm< n fen- working aa nsuai. They are, however, reported to ba anxious for the order to go out sod will abey it to a man. There is little to not* to the strikeaitustl m torn. The men ara quit I sod are waiting for Mr. Powderly'* andre**. All the thrqpgh paaseng. r '.n u* were i-ehtad time Thursday morning sod but tittie freight ic to!ag moved .Super i ate mien t Burrows escorted two ear loads of no* unum limn from the wr-t to coat Buff a1 > Thursday morning, flora wtor* they were seat on east. Then wore about righty to all. Niiii-I mImii Mea Halt Wnrk The .t liker* charge that th* labcha-« aua and Lehigh Valley roads are handling Central freight Th* matter ha* town referred to the grievance committee to to watt gate and rejmrt. Fifty-nonunion switchmen, brought he*1* Gy th* New York Central to lake riskers' places, Nu val Method of Bookkeeping. NEV FOST, Ky., Aug. BL-Ab astonishing case of “b*><hk« «-ptug" ha* been developed by Kgpsrt Aceountant Munster, who was empktyed by th* rity council to overhaul the various offkm of the eorpor-athat K chord Steele, th* wharf master, ha* a system of keeping accounts which no expert aaa fathom. Whenever he coileru a dollar wharfage he cut* a notch in his cane, and. as he hi allowed 2ft per cent., when he makes hi* return* he keeps t neats for every notch. Munster in hts lost report says bs cannot tell whether Steel* owes the city money or vies versa. Vaginae) and Fireman Killed. PALME* Lase, Cal, Aug. th—A aalii-occurred Wednesday afternoon on the Denver and Kio Grand*, between Primer Lake and Monument * hitch re-sulted ta th* blatant death of Koginfer Hart suit the probable death cd his Amman, Fred Foley Hart's engine was , helping la th* vicinity of th# late wash outs sud received order* to run Lo llusted, white tbs other aegina stout the ram* time started to Palmer Lake for water They were going st a high rate of speed when they collided and both demolished. ire ii? mum Cold- Blooded Murder of an ^ Editor at Detroit. A Bargain. SHOT DOWN BY A VICIOUS ITALIAN. Iks Terrible Tragedy Ka ac I ad Because the Dage Thought th* Bd Dor Took One More Flam Than He Had (’ald For—A tkrmteal Analysis MNow* dp a Cs**' af Husband Pa ism. In# at Bt. Lout*—A I’ la Trouble. Dft;«»IT, M.nh., Aug. ti -Fred J. Crtamisi, a*- slant city editor of The Kerning Hun, w.i* fatally snot by Anthony MatiUl, an Italian fruit vender at the corner of Itandolpb sud Crogan street*, Wednesday evening Commit)*, who wa* ga years old, a gnu I nu* of the Ann Arbor L:iw school, and a well-known newspaper mao, Mtotqiod at the dago’* at aud to pnrcha*e frniL The Italian arrased Crimratos of tfking one more plum than he pa) I for. Criminin* laughingly <U*nt>d the imp Hutton, and thvdaga dived under lib ma:.*! and, wiihout warning, placed a revolver wtthiu four incite* of Crim talas' left groin arni fired. A IituUnlly Dee*. Critnmln* fell to the sidewalk and Man* ill I r ed to s-capr up an alley, but th# police were too quick for him. and in Irs* than than tan minute* found him hidden *w*y in the bern of rn fellow countryman Til* crowd that gathered about the Mend bream# wild with rape and would have I IV# (I hick Walla) with Water In House. l*artfo Cellar. LOT 60x1120. In Splendid ^Neighborhood, Handy to Depot, ut a Sacrifice. MUST BE SOUD. lyu bed the prisoner comd they have got t half r hand* on him. Crimmint was taken to the hospital and is still alive, but ha* no ( hancr of recovery. There «ill be no difficult)' In convict, iug Maniil of mnrder, as a score of people sa t the shooting ami all say there was no cml e for the dastard lf dam!. Dorsey & Mann 310 Belle street. POISONED HER HUSBAND. Aa OM Lover sad rn Frail Wasasa Vaaae • Tragedy. Bf. Long, Aug, 22 W.-ducciay night the lei-graph wire* click d off th'# tuee sage to Frwlericktown. Ma: **ArlN-*t Mr*. Hntwii Gray for the murder of tier bn* band." The me***-.'* wa* th« re nit of a chemical aostysto in.vie by Dr. Lu lekin#, of the Waabiugtou university, dr. an I Mn. Gray were a young country coup «* living near Pud r cktowa Gray a ta stealthy, bat w--*.th dbl not bring nap pinsaA Kvtdeatl? biartkl*! ti rang Au old Ion r of Mr*. Gray c nidnnwl hi* nttenti'XiS after th- marriag.-. and finally li>e pair separated, th. ii las am** recon old, and lived u>ie(h> r a,ain Gray was tak*-u Mitddsuly *«•* three week'* ago. an i died to c.tnvulsio-)! ii)* friend* suspected something wxm#, arni tbs Momerh «»• sent to Lu<i> king for analysis, lls flnhibc-i hla w.irk Wednesday night, and ton lei enough arsenic to tnt oxgall to kill tan mea WARM AIR FURNACES! HARI) ANI) SdKl' COAL /rz. A JI •sa FSS Sm ZZ 5 a ms wa a < < 7. „ St 5 - = V ii: s v *= A Freacher 'bar# «t Wllk Staallag Gkaxp » Mich., Ail WI —it v Adotpn ilwliitu mer-'.arf -ti the N-*r>h srn tirphan asyhi’n of livrii hay Wto, is in tnt* city rn jail churgwd with grand lam ny in etealing a gold watch fnm Mi J. ll. Ditetp*. of HA Lbttia, Mich. The watch was reeov • red In this city Tuesday, where Doelling had securwi a IS lo,.:) on IL lib armet followed Turaday night at Grand Haven. Ile stoutly d < lame that he ie lu noeant, and say* he purcuased the watch of a young lady, a siron <*r, be met on tits train going from Bu lamia to Ashley, paying to t ti tm I Zt , m **    SMM ^ I / S To our friends would say we are now prepared lo pal In furnace* and repair ol i ones Katiaidiction In every case guaranteed. Heoond*haed Fur* narc* always on hand. PITTS Sc HAMILL, 11 ai Mia* Tu Re aa EMer. Wichita, Kau., Aug vj-—A matt giving the name of Henry .M--rrhesd and claim lug to be aa eider of a Christian church in Spring Ik* id, HU, has town « meted at Kiowa charged with obi ain log various •urn* of money there and fan ether towns in Mw neighborhood on a false prateuse. Hla plan was to visit arm tor- of the chi.reb la which he claims brotherhood, with a request for ald to enabi* bim to taka home to* remain* of a ann who hi alleged to have bren killed to tbs territory. 815 BKLLK STREET. A. J. HOWELL (DEALER IN Stale frow Mb) Fat play ar*. CfctCAtMA Aug 12 —Joseph Peotrc-wuskL an employ* of H, K. Fairhauk 2k Go , wa* arrested WednewUy night on a charge of larceny. ihsMirow uski bail Imwo ta th* soap factory and while passing out wa* seen to drop a cake of soap. IV baa ■rarebed twenty-four Cake* of soap were found concealed beneath his clothes. Ile aonfeaseii to carrying off a Uke quantity every Bight few th* teat two years CARPETS*. CURTAIN.-!, OIL CLOTHS. RUGS, Ac. Our PrioeK WILL BK FOUND A Terrible Doable Tragt-ti?. Ca mon lux, Mick, Aug. Ti.—James Matthew*, of Calvin, a fcttntll village Bear tor, shot and killed Mr*, ('bart** Mat' thews, sod then shot himself fatally. He had a*k*d Mrs. Matthews to marry him; she refused, and he became sa enraged that he killed ber. LOWER-Considering Qualities and Styles- Starve* HI* Mara#* la Death. Tirrm, Ohio, Aug at—Jwwpb Gip laum, a rag peddler. h«» Iin,-d lh and coats and scut to jail for lea days for cruelty to animtK His wife tnacltied toot bs had starv,«i twelve horse* to tfoato la tea ye trs. ('MsaMtWDrt Will hi* the Itasds. DLS Mot Nt.x Iowa, Aug Si —The rail row! rom no* doners Wslsrdti resolved to commence suit* at *mici against all the railroads that tv*fuse to stopt the J int rate* row-oily or noilgatisl by them They r que*!rd the governor to ivaur in-st) ut-ri*Mi« to tho attofoe) general to commence pr « -r-llng* to oompri tbs ewli to ad«»t*t the rats* ware badly Th* KegunU) af e Mil I leo air*. ClAVILAVD, Ghln, Aug. 21 - The will ut J. H Wad* was probetal Wednesday Tbs Huron Htiwt hospital, Cleve land ! ProteMant Orphan #** lam, and th* Chih ; dieo's Industrial boma, each get IACIW. Mr* K T. Kv'.reii, granddaughter of Mr Wad*, krill rsnrive fiMW,#D sad her hits-j bond fifth, dkt Other leg scum ars left to relative* and the remainder of ti e re ate, valued al Ift.OOM.ttW. will go to J. It, Wad*, Jr., a grandson of the dead mtiiiooniio sod a toother of Mrs Ever. it A Wee-va DeMvi-n-4 the Alture**. Bb* ok IM**, r> ti., Aug ie Mrs. Miry 8. Howell, of Atlony. S. Y , mads the annual a-ider-* before the gradual lag clow-of (uxtth Hah it* colmg* here Wednesday til#:.(. Tm* la tbs ti rat time a lady Los *v« r d -ne rid* dn y anywhere. IL r sub jsct was “The True > it* and I laughters gf Our Uepublie." Ttian in anv other house in Alton. Ie consequence of the GUKAT EXTENT of our SALES we ere enabled lo do iiusiuce* on a VERY CLOSE MARGIN sad it is a rec-ogniaml fact that we bandle by far LARGER (jUANFLTIES ,0F GOODS TUAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE CITY. SPRIK! SUI ti I ara id* racetrinf a Ur^e an i variu I aUx k of Ciofhs, in a*! the prevailing sit a lea, far ’tjtntig Suits, wtiiyii I *-u pi spared lo make ap ta Ute a ■« Mitt D««tr«t)*4. 1> ( laviLL), Ky . Aug M—Th* Inter prlw- saw mill, tonier Shelby and Fulton Hr vt*. Ibis city, usual by C P Paul & ('n , wa* totally i: -vtmy- I by fir* Wedn* »-day Is*)*. 40* nu. n an ranee, fiio.u*/ The fire originated IU the angina room. Most Fasliionable Stvles, GUARANTEEING A Perfect Fit, Reasonable Rates and Complete Satisfaction. H. C. G. Moritz. 112 Third st. Will Meet brat In Chicago, to a m2, Au# t-'.—A* WiitiuvU., night* .mn af tin- h’atiotial Asm latten of Cent) lrry hupsrinteuiL-iiU It was derided* lo boi l the next annual meeting ta Chloe- goBvpt % IMI. 4'    rr *«) waal. Wa-xIIvui Uirv, Aug I —Coni wiry to general eXi«voia>l »a I hi- QU*/ iv sri nim I wa* not la’-M-n nj In the *»*tn«ta during tbs moruing bour Thursday and at ti o'ehwk the rn natl) r-wuiit d i- ai l b-r iUo » of til* tariff UIL o st Uuu* s**f*nte*d ■•fi1 OLTFIT FXU SUWTUKN# Salary aa* grttaai’   * • fi^pilSWEWP , ; »**»» )»i-w.rai». f»M*# Bl. ;