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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 25, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALT Y TELE MONDAY fAFETEIIES AT must have Room for our NEW STOCK of ALBUMS and PAPE TERIES now under we offer our present stock The Ever POPULAR Sheet Sole CHOICE SELECTIONS1 I AUUANGKl FO BEBnOTEP 1 AND FOR TUB USK Ok TEAOH EKS OF THE PIANO AND The Remains of the Great In IMPRESSIVE NAVAL CEREMONIES The Itomuliu from tho Cemetery liMortnd hy a Gnard of Are Taken Abrtmtl United Ship Holt I in Ainlil tho Booming of Can non on the Monitor ure of tho NEW morning of tho day which WHS to witness the solemnly imposing departure for Sweden of the re mains of John patriot and dawned cloudy and threatening over the city of New York and tho waters of Its magnificent The programme arranged by Rear Admiral Miller of the Brooklyn navy yard and Osborn of the Naval Vet erans to successfully carry out tho elaborate preparations undertaken ILL Uiopstlck DeLulli Fly Away Gertrude Uroam Impatience Banjo In the Jack Frosts Knight Moment Playful Kusslan Grand Star of Affection Shower of llosos Wreath THE The Stepping by Sidney VOCAL AXD 1NSTRUMKSTAL 100 a OUR SPECIAL TERMS lOc Per 25c for 3 50c for 7 for 15 Catalogue PKEB OH Applica or Mailed FREE to any Third and Piasa II DOUBLE HANGING IN Two tinned for Mom to Early and Uyrd were hanged at Kooky franklin for arson committed In October During tho gubernatorial campaign Mahone spoke at Hooky Mount and tho party man agers endeavored to procure a large tobac co warehouse for him to speak but tho owners refused to allow the house to be nsod for that A week later Lieutenant Governor Massey spoke In the aud that night It was The flames spread to other houses and the bns InesB part of the town was It wosshuwn that for George Uyrd William Brown and Nannie set flre to the house because of their Indignation at the refusal of the owners to permit the Republican meeting Sentenced to 1 bey were convicted and sentenced to hangodlSarly and Woods Friday and Jrown and the woman on All he preparations for the days execution mvlng been completed Early and Woods were brought from their colls at and he death warrant read to Both nude short but neither made a coin Woods said his own race had Hbd n him and brought him to the gallons but ho was Early talked only six minutes and said he lied on the trial but had been Both said they were prepared to die and would soon be In The execution was private and the drop fell at Neither mans nook Was NO 68 The Pitiable Condition of Crazy King HE IS VERY DIFFICULT TO Ready Mixed Paints 1 Oils AGENTS FOR TIIE St Louis Varnish Fine VARNISHES and Oak Stoves and Black Diamond and Asbestos Building and Shoot ingi wlT and Spraying Now Homo and White Sewiug Machines Agents for tho LINE See the Beet JLIOAD CART in tho World for 11JOI irdware and Farm III REDUCTION SALE OF SUMMER SUITS AND PANTALOONS MADE TO ERFECT FIT AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED BRUEGGEMAN BROs Successor to ArtUtio Tailoring and Furnishing Goods 221 Piasa ran by tho federal government for the transfer of the remains of tho late Ericsson from the Marble cemetery In this city to the cruiser Baltimore for conveyance to Sweden was most satisfactorily carried The old monitor Nan freshly and with her turrets draped in hrtd been towed from the navy yard in Brooklyn and placed in the position of immediately Iwhind the funeral ship Baltimore and tho frota which latter ship Secretary Tracy wit nessed the carrying out of the orders of the navy department In connection with the matter in A Urllliunt Following these two in order of were the other ships of the fa mous new squadron of or white recently returned from the Mediterranean sea and South American On their loft were anchored the Kearsarge and The Philodel Admiral Ghcrardis flagship under orders for sea the Vermont and all laid up for repairs were represented by their launches and rowing and acted as an escort to the tug Nina on the trip from tho pier to tho Baltimore with tho The lighting ships with their docks and their guns and brasses burnished to a degree presented a brilliant spoctiicle aa they lay In the bluo waters at the har bor with tho colossal statue of liberty towering in the near At tlia navy yard all things were early In readi ness for the prompt movement of mmInos and blue Jackets to the various positions assigned The flags of the city hall and those on many private were at The Honored So effectively had the instructions of Admiral Bralne aud his assistants been executed that a few momenta before ISiW tho casket containing the remains of Ericsson emerged from the gate of the Marble cemetery on Second where it had been deposited after his death In this city In March The casket was placed In the waiting hearse which wna immediately surrounded by the guard of composed of veteran seamen who had seen service on the Erlccwm As the body was borne from the cemetery gate to the hearee the Scandinavian sing ing societies sang an The escort of United States after having presented arms during the passage of the casket from the cemetery to the rapidly came to attention In their posi tion on the right of tho and with re mnrkablo alacrity organization after or Kfiulzutlon In the main already closed up on the right and pre pared for the order to which was noon On Board the When tbo cortege arrived at Pier the marines quickly moved by columns of fours to the right and left ot the roadway forming a passage through which the hearse with ita attendants passed at once to the stopping directly bealdo the tug Aa tne casket was placed aboard the tug the Scandinavian societies again lifted their voloen lu one of the sonorous but mournful death chantsof their Tho preceded by the uteum launches of tho fleet In double and followed by tho Cutalpa with tho invited guests on and the lag also In double column then moved gently away from the making her course straight for tho As tho tug left the wharf the colon ot the squadron were half masted and tho moni tor Nuntueket discharged the first minute gun from her improvised battery of how She continued to so discharge her ordnance at tho regular Intervals until the tody of tho great Inventor had been placed upon tho Thu National After the formal presentation of the body to the through Boh toy of tho by the executors of the Ericsson to which the cap tarn brlely the decks wore cleared of guests and visitors and the ves tal started on her moving very slowly down tho An iho pufliwd each war vessel In tlw long ita batteries forth tho national solute of twentyone while tho colon n uaiuod hulfmaatud with the Swedish oo Ign During the coremoulot he harbor and bay were crowded with tugs ami of all doucrlp Ailed with spectators who were full of admiration of the Imposing display iartc by thu white Fortyflvo uluuUiN after pacing liutt Minting OBHol the stool prow of thu Baltimore driving through thu Within a liort time thereafter her white mil suddenly shot out of light In the dls THE NATIONAL I The Senate the Buy to of the Late Senator i the house Saturday morning McKlnloy from the committee on rules reported and the house adopted u resolution setting apart Thursday and Saturday of next week for the consideration of tho bills constitut ing eight hours a days and rela tive to alien coutraet The bill au thorizing the construction of a bridge over tho Little Tennessee river at Ntlea Ferry was Tarsney of rising to a question of denied statements in a letter recently published in The National to the effect that he had never been wounded or taken prisoner during and produced copies of official records of the war de paitment in support of his In Uie The senate met at noon with tho under standing that the days session should e devoted to the eulogies of the late Senator of Blackburn made toe opening eloquent tribute to the high broad and domestic of the dead Evarts ana others followed with eloquent and feeling add a thousand bushels of whoitt confined In Counselman big elevator at Clurk and Sixty fourth streets fell out on tlw sidewalk about noon What caused tbo break is not positively It might have been caused bv the olovutor bins bo lug packed too or there might have been an There was a nome as If buzzsaws wore at Then a big hole sixty feet wide and forty foot deep was torn out of tho tainted side of the giant building and the Imprisoned wheat Jumped to the sidewalk many feet It woa a thrilling sight and was witnessed by three scone Or morn of spec Successful won tho third day of tho soldiers rennidn and was attended by the largest crowd estimated at assembled at any public gathering held In southern More than wagons and bnggijaj passed the gates during the three days of the Everything has beenhar monious and not an aooldentor disturbance occurring to mar the pleas ures of the Drunk and disor derly persons were most conspicuous by their Tbo reunion In every sense wns a grand SUCCORS and one long to bo remembered by every one who at The Unfortunate Monuroh at Tlmoi Im lie n Won nnrt Attempts to Hlte AH Who Venture Neat Abhorenneof Women and i Appeal for Help from Foreign from Mu nich tell an extraordinary story concern ing the present condition of King Otto of according to tho court Is almost The un fortunate king is still ut it having so far been found Impossible to re move him to Munich in order that ho should undergo a dangerous Although his stomach no longer digests food and his life is sustained almost en tirely by he still posseaecs herculean and being without a vestige of It s with the greatest dlfuaulty that ho can be controlled by his physicians and At times ho imagines that he is a and attempts to bjti everyone who comes near How HoPutH Out i A little while ago ho bit otio of aidsde camp In the calf so severely that he was confined to his bed for two fotii results being at one time apprehended Sinoe tho death of his the late King Louis Otto has allowed no one to touch his hair or and as a result both have grown to an enormous Louis was almost as mud as himself and both were In the habit of going through the vast halls of Furstenried on their hands and knees howling like fpr hours Oito bus a passion fpr but only smokes half of them and before throwing them away extin guishes them by pressing them against tuo forehead of the first Hnd No woman ever enters tho and if by chance ho ever sees one through the windows he falls into paroxysms of the most extraordinary uttering pierc ing cries and breaking everything within h is It is no longer safe to allow him to tnke usual carriage drives in the as he can not endure tho sight of u horse or According to Borne of the residents in tho neighbor The Black who announces the death of n has been wan dering in the forest just ns her sister The White of announces tho death of a A Call for Holp for Dally News pub lishes an earnest appeal to tho public for active measures to prvvent famine and misery In Ireland on account of Uie potato blight Tho mattcr is declared to bo one entirely apart from mere audio present aw emergency to the in stincts of a common It Is ex pected that a national mibcrlptlon on a largo scale will soou bo undertaken for the purpose of furnishing sufficient food for the Inhabitants of the stricken dis Another Case of Cholera ut case of so called cholera has the patient being Ellen who Is said to bavo acted as the nurse of the before be was removed to tin hospital Teigh is improving BO rapidly that It Is expected he will be discharged from the hospital within tho uoxt ton The Terror Stomllly cholera Is stead ily spreading along the Mediterranean and The daily average of cases at Valencia Is from ten to Thick Walls with Large i BE inl 310 Belle AIR To our friends would Buy we are now prepared to put in furnaces and re Fur PITTS 815 BELLE Killed at a Sham During sham battle at the soldiers encampment here a onunon was prematurely dis instantly killing William aged 20 fatally injuring James aged and taarlnlottTbe thumb of Gabrlol The latter WHS thumbing the vent All reside In Castamoro was horribly Bfwsom and Cassaraore were members of tho Wavorly Sons of and Mullock Is commander of Hill Grand Army of the Ite of Tho accident caused grunt consternation In the the 0 8eo official report There are some suspicions oaoes In Two Men Illowu to By an explosion which occurred In one of tho outhouses of the government powdur mill at Wai In Essex two men wore blown to pieces aud several others wero severely Kuljer IHlljn Long Post states that Emperor William written a letter of thirtysix pages to Emperor Francis Jo soph of explaining the dismissa of Prince Bismarck from the chancellory Some Kdtton Progressist Jour iiaU here declare that tho AngloPortu guoue agreement relative to territory li East Afrlea IH not sallsfaetory to the honor and of Allugml Cholnra lit oases of ohol according to tho diagnosis of tho at on July was made public recites tbo fact of the sinning of and the JOBS of ninety eight and aud a violation of i to i Uodlfluil the N Tho navy ucviuu uu n roiiuiwt by the Inu modified tho the United Htatea steamer o that t lie niiniiliu will bo disembarked t GotUiilmrg liiBleml of at Block Two unknown men were drowned lu the ike off the Cuot of Mlotilgan Btrwt Buf law limiting tho number of to be The report was turned ovor to Dlntriot Attorney Hay for It 10 expected an Indictment wUl be re turned aguluBt Canndii Looking Out for Tho acting deputy minister of speaking of the rumored danger of Aulatlo cholera coming to Canada from Japan via British said the quarantine regula tions were ou strict at Vancouver aa at tiroBBO mid at the latter place they were all that human ingenuity could de There was every bat tho plague would visit thlu country next It might coiuu through who biivlng tho dbcase In ita latest aUgo U omiM not IKJ detected at Money to gpixmiuto Frank M teller of tho Capital City bank Is stuck with tlm Frott lu killing fell Thursday ulglit ovor the northern portion of Minnesota and part of North extending all though Manitoba At Mlu uodoua a temperature of degroua was with 80 at Vincent and lower at poluU through the northwest lieporta from tbo Haakatche wan valley uty tho late wheat U badly but Uie extent Is nut and the fall In the at Now York Thursday canned him to mako a slou of his Hhortayi to tlio vino president of tlio Tin iimniiitw Coinhuiiy of North America Is on Ills Uiiul fur and ruhitlveH aio to pay the otliir in tliu liojio of Having him from tho of Wlllionlmrroa list of victims of tho recent cyulone In this city now as follows Rodlo I2vu Nellie John Putor Klin McQInloyi Baby John John John JIUIHW Jaoob Bogold and Frank Rag or i IKT OT3 Dado or Body Brussels Art Laco or Fur Smyrna Oil Wire and Cocoa Ladles like to see the Nowesfc Easiest way to BOO thorn IB to whether you wish to buy or 1 im ii w roi for Urcvo and variu 1 stock of Cloths In mil ltreftnd to Lko up In u ie exen s nu fell ow Yf rr tajbteni in Friday and was mangled M wl of ft i I I An Opnnlng for Charley lightweight pugilist of this anuojinoea that ho wilt light auy mini tu the bur at 145 give or bike two Mm Imttli to take place wltlilu nix weeks before any runiniiiHlblo tlub for a purtfe to bo olfured by the tit u 1111 no Iwyunrt n fell A Perfect Hates and Complete 112   

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