Alton Daily Telegraph, August 25, 1890

Alton Daily Telegraph

August 25, 1890

View full page Start A Free Trial!

Issue date: Monday, August 25, 1890

Pages available: 4

Previous edition: Friday, August 22, 1890

Next edition: Tuesday, August 26, 1890

NewspaperARCHIVE.com - Used by the World's Finest Libraries and Institutions
About Alton Daily TelegraphAbout NewspaperArchive.com

Publication name: Alton Daily Telegraph

Location: Alton, Illinois

Pages available: 24,376

Years available: 1853 - 1962

Learn more about this publication
  • 2.06+ billion articles and growing everyday!
  • More than 400 years of papers. From 1607 to today!
  • Articles covering 50 U.S.States + 22 other countries
  • Powerful, time saving search features!
Start your membership to the world's largest newspaper archive now!
Start your genealogy search now!
See with your own eyes the newspapers your great-great grandparents held.

View sample pages : Alton Daily Telegraph, August 25, 1890

All text in the Alton Daily Telegraph August 25, 1890, Page 1.

Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 25, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH. \UGU8T ANI » FAPETEBIES ArP OOST. W* W© maut liftve Room for our NEW stock of ALBUMS and PAPE TERI ES uow under way. Hmioe, we offor our present stock AT C’OHT. The Remains of the Great ventor, Ericsson. In- Third and Piasa sts. ALTON, IU. The Fver I An POPULAR I AJO Sheet music. (CHAS. J, PKG KS HA KT, Hoi* Agent ). CHOICE SELECTIONS AHWi'i.i.y a it hanged fo Rrenvrp ASI* roil TH* I* K or TED H* EES Of nile PIANO AND ORGAN. t notation Waite, bf.......... in j Awa* Galop, by ... ... • •'Ttiude Dream Waite, by I rn pa Hand' (banjo Galop), by In Ha* Sunshine, by.  ....... Jark Inlet s Marrb, by ... ’ Moment Musical, by .  ..... Playful Honda, by . ..  ..... Uusslen Grand March, by... Htar of Affection Mazurka,by Shower of Hoses Galop, by, ...... Waits, by...... Wreath Waits, by ........... ac.. Ac., Ac., Ac. -... De lent Wallis, beethoven • Mreebbo* ■.... lams* . . KnUrht .. Schubert. Greene. .--.rraade. Hartmann streabbo* . Glee* Ac. THE LATEST. he Stepping Stone, by Sidney Rosenfeldt. FOGAL ASH IN HT ft CMK VT A|>) We ft Copy. OUR SPECIAL TERMS: 10c Per Copy. 25o for 3 Copies. 50c for 7 Copies-$1.00 for 15 Copies. Catalogue puke on Application, or Malled FREI to tun Adrirf'iot. dias. J. Degenhart, Third md Pius sts. - Alton. II impressive naval ceremonies. The Remains Taken from th* Cemetery, and, Escorted by a Guard of Honor, Ar* Taken Abroad the United elate* Ship Baltimore Amb! the Booming of Cannon «» the Monitor M ant arhat—Depart ar* of the Baltimore. NKW York, Aug »-The morning of the day which was to wltnem the totemuly fmiKf.ii.* departure for Sweden of th* re mains of Clipt. John Krtcnsou, patriot and inventor, dawned cloudy and threateniag over the city of .New York and the waters of Uh magnificat harbor. The program me arranged by K**r Admiral Brain*, ( apt. J. N. Miller of the Brooklyn nary yard, and rapt. B. 8. Osborn of the Naval Veteran* anet celation, to eaooeanfuHy carry out thoelalmrate preparations undertaken DOUBLE HANGING IN VIRGINIA. Negroes Hanged far Arson—Two More to olios. Dan nu.it, Va., Aug SA (ieorge Barly and Byrd Woods, colored, were hanged «t Rocky Mount, Franklin county, for arson committed In October last. Daring the go Item* tor int campaign Gen. Mahon* •poke at Hooky Mount and the party manage™ endeavored to procure a large tobacco warehouse for him to speak la, but the owuer* refuted to allow the bouse to be used for that purpose. A week later Lien tenant Governor Massey spoke In the house, aud that Bight It was burned. The flames spread to other houses and th# bun I nee* part .if the town was destroyed. It waaslmwn that for aogroaa, George Ksrly, ; Byrri Wood*. William Brown and Nannie w ••ode, set fire to the bouse because of I their indianan,,n    ,hs    of the owner* to permit the Hepubilcsu meeting therein.    i Kenteeeed to Death. They were etm victrd and sentenced to be hengwl - Barly and Woods Friday and Brown and the woman on He pi. is All OO The Pitiable Condition of Crazy **ing Otto. HE IS VERY BFFICULT TO MANAGE. I    -- The lafartaaale Moaareh at Times Ia»-aglae* He Is a Lion awd Attempts ta Hit* All Who Venin,. Near Him -His I Abbareaeeof Wemea and Horse*-A„ Appeal for Help from Ireland—Other Sorel*,, Item*. I/WDol, Aug 3ft.— Advices from Munich toll sn extraordinary story concerning the (treeeot condition of King Otto of Bavaria, which, aerotdiag to the court physician, Is almoat desperate. The us fortunate king is still at Furt.tenri*d, it having no far bon fonnd Impossible to re move hint to Munich In order that he should undergo a dangerous operation. Bargain. i bi (Thick . Large Cellar. Walla) with Water In House  ~ , ... WM    A«k    All    f    I* •.rigs?    !    SSSfLrrr*n" were brought from thalr cslls at 10:15 and ewi- I rn, » ZF    almost    auth* death warrant read to them. B«£h 1    * I ** h* *lU    herculean made short talks, bat neither iliads a con- j “tn,‘*rth' *nd krlnj without a vestige of f.-ssioo WtMsl* said his own race had lied r*‘'t“4>M- His with the greatest difficulty •rn him and brought him to the gallows, tb*t hu «•" be rout rot led by hi* physicians and atte od an la At times be Imagines ti i at ‘— **— k®* he was innueenb Barly talked only , * minutes and aalii be IM on tbs trial but had lean forgiven Both said they were prepared to die and would soon be In glory Th*execution was private and the drop fell at  ....... wa* broken. 10:55. Neither man's neek »|«9 Ready Mixed Paints I Oils)! -AGENTS FOR TURSI. Louis Varnish Co. Fine VARNISHES aud JAPANS. Charter Oak Stoves and Ranges Black Diamond ami Asbestos Roofing. Buildiu^ and Hheot- and wK    *n‘l    SPrRyioff Bu IQI M New Home ani Mf into Sewiug Machine*; $,'>() each. Amenta tor the Celehraled Stndebaker Farm faffons. I —FINE LINE OF- Camass. Bagnes and Spa laps sw th. toe HOAD CA KT the World for SIO. H. I JOHNSTON, Hardware Co, Tim BALT! MORK, by the federal government for the transfer of th* rem sins of the Int* Caid. Br heron from th# Marble cemetery la this city to the cruiser Baltimore for conveyance to Sweden was most satisfactorily carried twit. The old monitor Nantucket, freshly {•alated, and with her turrets draped rn black, had baru tow sd from th* new yard in brooklyn sud placed in the posit! rn cf honor, i to mediately lichi od the funeral ship Haiti more and th* Dispatch from which latter ship Secretary Tracy witnessed the carrying out of th* ord-r* cg th* navy department In connection with I be matter la hand. A Brilliant * pert we Ie. Following these two vessels, in order of powtioit, wurw lh# oth#r ship* of rh# fa mon* new squadron of evolution, or white ■quadma, receutly returned from th* M cd i terra neon sea aud Bout!. American wider* On their left were anchored the Pensacola, Dolphin. YanUc, Alarm. Kcar-arg,* and Enterprise The IMiiIwJhI id'la, Admiral Ghrrardi's flagship, tinder ,'w, fot "i“*; tlw    VermoBt and Minnesota ad laid up for repairs w. rw represented by their launches and rowing boat* and acted as an sweort to the tug Kina on th* trip from the pier to the Baltimore with the remain*. The lighting shi^ with their deck* holystoned and their gun* and bra*** burnished u. I • degree printed a brilliant spectacle as tf.cy lay in the bim* waters of th* harbor with the col,Waal * ta tits of liberty towering In the near perspective At th* navy yard all things were early In re ad I ucac for th* prompt movement of marina* : and blue Jacket* to th* Verlot* {actious assigned them. The flags of th* city hail and those on many private building# were I at half mast. The Honored Remain*. Ho effectively had tbs instruct iou* af Admiral Brain* aud his assiateuls been I executed that a few moments before lido the casks! containing the remain* of Cap!. Krtreson emerged from the gate of th.- Marble cemetery on Second street. where It had been deposited after hi* .h ath <-Uy In March H. I tau. Th# .a,ket placed In the waiting hearse which wo* immediately surrounded by th* guard of honor, oomiMned of veteran seamen who had seen service on th* Krlcceen monitors A* the body was borne from tbs oemetery gate lo th* hearse the Scandinavian singing *oc let tea sang an anthem The escort of I oiled Hie tea marl nee, after having presented arms during the passage of the casket from the oemetery to the hearse rapidly cams to “al Un Hon" in their post’ ti -n on the right of the line, and with re I markable alacrity organisation after organisation In the main column, already formed, closed up on th* right and prepared for th* order to march, which was soon given. Ob Hoard the Baltimore. When the cortege arrived at Her A. tbs marines quickly moved by column* of fours to th* right and left of the roadway forming a passage through wbfrh the hearse with IU attendant* passed at ones to tho wharf, stopping directly baal.!* the tug Mea As tao oasket was planed almard th* tug tbs Scandinavian eoctettoa again lifted their vetoes in net# of the SOI OTO'M tot mournful death chants of th. lr taco. Tbs Ntua, preceded by tbs tteom ii inch.* of tbs fleet in don bl* Oui limn. and followed by the Cot a1; rn with tho Invited guests on board, an i Ute pull-log boats, abo in doubl* column then moved gently away from th* pier. making her course straight for the Bal ti mom. As th* tug left the wharf the colors of th* squadron were half roasted and the moot tor Nantucket discharged th* Aret minute THE NATIONAL LEGISLATURE. Th# Beast* De vases the Day ta Eulogist el th* Let* assai or Berk. Wash motor City, Aug. aft.—In the house Haturday morning McKinley from tim committee on rules reported mid the house adopted a revolution setting sport Thursday and Raturday of next week tor the ooh*Id*rat!on of the bills constituting eight hour* a day’s work, and relative to alien contract tailor. Th# bill authorising th* construction of a bridge over the Llttb Tenntwee* river at Nibs Ferry was passed. Tareney of Missouri, ■bing too (jne* • Pm of privilege, denied ......-........... statements in s letter recently published m"“t extraordinary ill Tflf NfttlflfMli TriVtitna Im olms*    '    fits#    ©vim*    *-------L I In Tbs National Tribuns, to th* effort that he bed never liven wounded or taken prisoner dnring the war, and produced copies of official records of u>* war de-I ant men t in support of his statement la the Senate. The senate met at noon with th** understanding that the day'* semnaa she.lid (at devoted to the eulogies of th# tat* Senator Beek, of Kentucky, Blackburn mad * the Opening add fees-an eloquent tribute to U»e high character, brood statesmanship, owe*, sod dotgoMlc vtrtnew at the dead setiator, im,alt*, VwM, Allison, Evarts and others Mtowed with eluquant sad feeling add “ lie I* a I Iou, and attempt* to bite everyone who comes near him Mow He Pat* oui tt groat tea* A llttb while ago he hit one of alda-d* ; caniji in the calf so severely that be was , confined to hi* lied for t wn weeks, fatal I    la-iog at one tone Mpprehended. I bm a* the death of bb brother, th# late Kiiuf Isiils II, Otto ha* allowed no one to touch hi* hair or Iward, and aa a result not u have grown to an enormous length Uftiis wa* almost ae mad a* himself and both aero In the hatet of going through the vast hails of FWi-tenried on lh«dr hands an i knee* howling like l*-a*t» tor ours together. Otto p«m a pnedon fur oignrottee, but only smokos half of th.rn. aud I*-fore tbrbwlng them away extin-g ii I-he* them bf probing them against tile forehead (rf the first comer. A bb on IV ..nim and Honea. No woman ever enters the jialnre, sud lr ny chance be ever sit* on* thnmgh the window* he fall* Into paroxysm* of the fury, uttering pier*- DOT 60x120. Depot, 8.S”"s!Jri«Sfl,lM,ril00d- “*«b D. MUST BE SOT T! Dorsey & Mann 310 Bene street. Wheat Takes a Tumble. Cd IC AAU, Aug. Hk—Thirty thonaaod busted* of wheat confined Im OounsHinan A Ga*e Mg elevator at Clerk and Sixty. fourth stm«i* MI out od tbs sidewalk shout noun Friday. WTuit eau***] the I weak is not pusltlroly koouu. ll might hav* been t#iused bv the elevator bm* be lug parked too full, or there might hat* born an explosion There we* a noise as lf l.UA) buss saws wet* at work Then a big bole sixty feet wide and forty tm t deep wee b ro out of the Minted side of tog erie* aud tweaking ewrjthing"within Iii* reach It is no longer aafe to allow bim to take hi* usual (arriage drive* In tbs grounds, aa bs aan not endure th* Bight of a bors* or carriage. Acwidmg lo wiioi of th* reei<leuu m |gs nei«h!*w-h<K»d “I ho Block lauly,* who aunonnot** the death of a W ltteUlzoch. ba* been wan daring in tho toreet Just an her tietor “Tim White I mly of Berlin,* aunou, th* death of • Hoketisolleru. FOREIGN MI8CELLANV. A Call for Help for Ireland. I**KPOX, Aug 35 The Dally News pub 11* boa an ear oast appeal to the public for j active tueoaure* to preveut famine nod misery in Ireland on account of Ute potato bllgbL The matter is declare! lo Im one cutUely apart from mere poll.lea, and to present ai. emergency appmilitig u> the in •Uuet« ii# a ai tin nit ju Inurmi.itjr ll Is #t- jpuetadtbata oalional sub • ritgion Ona Urg.* wolc will w*.u bo undertaken tor the purpose of furnishing bu Akhrot food for the InhsMtsms of de stricken dt* I I net    i WARM AIR FURNACES ! hard and sour coal V 5 S lf I 3 c*" rn* 40 Z * JS to w z 2f «■ b» t " Another Con cf Cholers at La*dim. —f "■* wrs uai w ine painted si t* of Lw»> la*?!, Aug it, Another < un* of en-lb* giant building aud tbs Impris..ne-1    choler* ba* appcarw], Ute petietit wheal junqied to the sidewalk many fwd totuf Wien Wblto a ho Ie oak! to bate To our friend* would soy w - arc now prepared lo put •uuK. rt^o.rurr0" ib o',erJ, c**° in furnaces and re- Second- hand Fur below It woe a thrilling witarweed by throe score Or tat ora thrilling sight and was A SueeeesTtil Heaalim. McLrAKsiktNn, ills, Aug. sa- Friday wa* the third day of th* soldiers' reunion and was attended by th* largest crowd— estimated a *1,005- ever mm rn hied at any Bhlle gathering beld In #.*nh*m DHnoS. we than %(m wagons and haggis* passed th# gates during the three days of th* reunion. Everything baa hero bar mon tens and plan* act, ant aa aoddeat or •I Ut urb* nee occurring to mar thy pies* unw .rf th* meeting Drunk and dis** derly persona were mast conspicuous by their a I we no*. Th# reunion In every •ana# was * grand enemas sad ow* long to ! bs remembered by every on* who at-tended. Killed at a Skean Halt la. ATHkN*. Po., Aug 3b —During tho sham battle at th* eoidtere’ encampmest cannon was prematurely dbl charged. Instantly killing A llium bring K *    J®*    ?* <h* nuri*    01    suitor, Teigh, more (rfspeo before he was removed    to the    b<wt>ital Teigh Is improving    so    rapidly    that it la utttr-tad h# will ii#    <}i*N'hiirj(pt]    from lh# hospital within the next ten days. Tk# T or mr *l<-*rf||f Nprooglng. Moi nu ii. Aug. ‘JA—The ch.Oero Ut steadily spree-ling .Jong th* M*dlterr*n«*n aud northward Tie dolly avenge of oases et Vslencte Is from ten to thirteen The dis#ss* ho* alen appeared at Toledo and w vrtral vtllogo* In that vtatnUy ‘Mn *if won# euaplcluo* case* In Mad* PITTS & HAMILL, Kl 5 1IKLLK 8TREKT. REDUCTION SALE -OF lard ware and Farm Machinery, Alton. Ill,    a^beT ft^^ui bTtte? S'to* j «    ass#    Hfeo    conttoued to aa dleuharg*brr ordnance at the regniar intervals until tbs lady of the great Inventor had been placed upon the I WI ti more Th* Hallows! Salats I    After the formal press p tail tm of tho body to the government, through Copt to hiey *rf th. Baltimore, by the esecutore of th* Ertceeon rotate to which th* cub-■ lain briefly reejejoded, th* decks were cteared of guests and visitors sod th* roe-tsl »t*rted on her voyage, moving very slowly down th* buy. Aa eke passed each I war v canel in th* long Him, it* bat ie rise I etched forth tim national solute of twenty-one guns, while th* rotors ro I I u si nod half masted with tho Bwedieh co t*gn displayed. During the ceremonies I be harbor and bay wet* crowded with 1 »teamer*, tug* and boat* of ail drocrtp-t en*, filled with spectator* who were full of admiration of th* Un {toeing display mode by ti s Whits aqntdfo*. Forty five minute* after prosing tim loot aa ut lug ruaMl the steel prow of Ut# Baltimore woe driviag through th* buy. Within* »Wi time thereafter hor ham, slim, white hull suddenly shot out of sight la lh* dis (once.    ______ St«k!lf!,-U ike Defiers. WASKI SOTO* OTT, Aug. SA -Th# MVT depart un lit, acting on a request by th* hw««lisb mill,atar, hoe modified th* orders of the IJ Bited Ut ate* * teemer Baltimore, lo that the rv m al ti. will be disembarked at Goth ti burg Instead (rf at fitaekholoB. leo iickaowu men Were drowned to th* tok* ©ff ta* foot of Michigan street ai Buffalo, lh u reday. •om, ok#-I I*PHMa, fatally Injuring J*_ N. Oaatemore, aged *», sod tearing off th* thumb of Gabriel I MuIIoek. Th* letter wa* thumbing th* vent AU reside In W averly, Pa Caste rn or. ■ was horribly mangled. Bae*.-m and Cass*mon- were members of the Wsrerly camp, Ron* of Veterans, and Mattock la eommnndar of W ii Hill port, Grand Army of the lie-public, of Waverly. Th# aa ideal oamwsl groat >«•&*terns! ton to the encampment BT FaiT**‘.**mi w,“* Uk *■ ~Th# *3(kimn rr 01 Wia district (rf the to- is?i the loss of th. Bro Wing in    U#***** Hdfty.    '•*»    July    Ii,    wa* rn ode public 0 It recite* (he fact of the »m*,lug Tww Mea Blown hi Atataa IdWPttH, Aug «ft — By an explosion which occurred to on* of the out hon*** of the government powder mill at Wa! tbarn, In levi Friday, two men were blown to piece* and several others were severely Injured. Kaiser BHIr’s Lung Letter. BEHLIN, Aug ak-The Post stetro toot Emperor William bos written a letter of thirty six pagea to Km|*.ror Francis Jo aepb of Austria, rxpialning th* dlamueiai Of Prince Bismarck from the chancellory. Boma Portuguese Rd 11 or, not BatUftrfi. Aug itt- Th# Progreaelrt Jour Male hero declare that the Anglo Pi)rtu gut**- agrroin. ut n lot iv* to territory to host Africa la not satisfactory to tIn-honor and In ternate of Portugal. Allege# casters et H.-rtla. Bkhlis Aug 35 -BcvrrqJ unaee of ckol-era, aecoidlug to the diagnorte (rf the at kave appeared to the .    ;    •    —---r»—    at .lr Moory lo B|>r. alate B ilk. **"• va H recite* the fact of the eiuxiug NAogviLUt, Tenn , Aug 31 Frank \l mg ’I.'1'‘’•fbi . Allen, teller of the Capital City bank ie nrro, and concludes with th* findlue thai    * Caid. Wether*n was guilty of roreulnem    a iV“ T°Uf U>    mtuouu* «* and Ort .lr 111 fit I —  m„,A m * - - Ft- * i Ailed lid* br.-,    listing    - U iUMMER SUITS AND PANTALOONS MADK TO OKIJKR. 1TECT FIT iP SiTISFACTIOM EDililiTEED and enakllifulneea, sud a viol*tIon of the j law limiting the number of pmrougers to be twrn#.I Th* retort wa* turned over to District Attorney Hay for proarcution It is expected sn I od I ct moo t ut'I be returned against W#tberm. Caaafia Uwklag Del for < noters Ottawa. Con.. Aug aft-The acting deputy minister of agriculture, speaking at the rumored daiyer (rf Abatic cholera coming to Canada from Japan via British Columbia, Maid th* quarantine rogul* ti.MM wero aa strict st Vancouver aa at Grume Island, and at th* latter place they were a1] that human Ingenuity could devise, There was every danger, however, that th* plague would visit th ta country hest summer. It might (some through 1 —AT—* _      —    ..    —m— roto* „ ttumlgrrnt*, who having th# dsaMtee In Its vj. i Ti T~ K \7~' „,„u. MOK-, lt«M k Island stotk with the bauk’a money, and the fall in tin atokal New York Tbur* lay canted him to rusk- e coo fro Non -rf hi* short ag.- to the vtoe pro*:.lent of lite lank Th# Guarani.-* (. ot>*ny (rf North America la ©u bb ‘ki-uI for flu,mw ou I rehttivro ate en<Wrwl to nay the fltl.«*r fit)Urn in til* bate of aavinu bim from the penitentiary. Victim, ut Wllkrobarce'e eyeless. WILK I*BA HUB, Pa, Aug. 35-The Hot crf victim* of th* resent cyclone to th I* city now numbers sixteen, es follows: Bodle Hr.htn hit, Eva Martin, Kellie Thorn;)*- >u. John Frit* Poler Ritteuwyer, Mr* Kl** McGlnley Baby MeGInley,’ John M> Gin by, Jueet Kern. John A. Frat*, George Haunt IL John Lei hie,' Mrs. James lienaghoifF^ Veadermark, ITS NO SECRET. That oar STOCK la tho MOST COMPLETE ever brnawM ie it.__ ». CU .ho. ,„u Bomrtfclo,    ’ CARPETS- Tapestry, Ingrain    Art Squiiros. Rag or Hemp. HNT CURTAEVSs Dado or Plain,    Lac© or Portier. -,    _    XIV    RTTQ-S: riir Moqnettc,    Smyrnn A'Oriental, Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocoa Mats. is?"®-* •“ «-><« D«»rMio Easiest way to ane them la to whether you wish to buy or »ot. na. Th# Call frequently at our establishaafiiit, A. J. HOWELL. MUMM SLITS. I tm n ■iixvaii ii: M tni r»*1 fir Moat BRUEGGEMAN BRO’: (Successor to A. Brueggeman*) Artinic Tailoring and Gdnt’s Furnishing Goods Emporium, 221 Plana Htreet. Freel ta lls* awtkswt BT Pacl, Aug. 3k—A killing front toll Thursday night over tho northora portion of Minneeuta nod ported North Dakota, extend log all though Manitoba At Min aeduoa a temperature of 33 degrees woe recorded, with IO st HL Vincent am) still lower at poiute through tbs northwest territories Report* from the Koskatcbe-wan valley oaf the late wheat to l«dly hot th* extent to not known. t\W elite to to hi and .a Minnesota ^ eta, aa a!i of ft A cut. Win TMI If dmu.ikMmi, JsK Aa Ope* I eg tm PwgtllsGa Hr. IsHfl*. Ma, Aug SI Charley Daly, light weight pugilist of Ibis city, announces that be will fight any man to th* world, bar nobody, at lift p aru!*, give or Uke two pounds, th# battle to take pl*-# Within six weeks before any resin.n-ible xiub for a parse to be off trod by the club. irqkifsl Ball nt a XI* , Ii A KCW K. Mich . Aug, rf-. -Patrick J. O'Brien, * miner, fell flit) feet in a mine ^ytday and Was mangled bey.aid recoqai- * *r;vftnd van© I stock of Clo'ht, in all • ’ > i- *, arb oh I nu jirrpardd lo make up ig F'asliionable Stvles, OlTAK I NTE KING A Perfect Fit, '“ bib Hates tho Mm J- ,AU t‘- tlKi, AvLcloJiia-i aud Complete Satisfaction. H. G. G. Moritz, 112 Third st ;

RealCheck