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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 26, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON DAILY VOLUME TUESDAY AUGUST NO 69 Pencil and Ink An enclloss vnrloty at lowest A Most Horrible Murder Com mitted In THE VICTIMS FAMILY Moro than BO of tho most popular shades For Paper nners Mate Book explaining tho USES OF1 HiJEfJ on Third and Piasa The Fver POPULAR Sheet 8olo CHOICE SELECTIONS AIIKANUK1 FO ANI FOU TllK U815 Of BBS OF TIIK PIANO AND Uiopstlck Fly Away Gertrude Drenni Impatience Banjo In Jack Frosts Moment Playful llusslanGrand Star of Affection Shower or Itoses THE The Stepping by Sidney VOCAL ANU ISSlRUMKSTAL We a OUR SPECIAL TERMS 10o Per 25c for 3 50c for 7 Copies for 15 Catalogue FJIEE on Applica or Mailed FKEE to any Third and Piasa II Ready Mixed Paints I Oils AGENTS FOR THE Louis Varnish Fine VARNISHES aud Charter Black Diamond anil Asbestos Building and Sheet ing Lift and Spraying New Home and White Sewing Machines 830 for the LINE OF See tho Boat KOAD CART in World for Hardware and Farm REDUCTION SALE OF SUMMER SUITS AND PANTALOONS MADK TO PERFECT FIT AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED BRUEGGEMAN BRO Successor BruoggomanO Artistic Tailoring and Gents Furnishing Goods rho llody Cut Into Jurt or It Hrliiff Hiirncd nnd thu Uund Burled In n Itnlgn of Torror Cnusiul by Htgltwnymon ut of Incemllitriuii nt Henry a farmer was passing tho farm of Charles living en miles a dog ran out of a flclci lurrying a human leg In bin The uliirm was given and neighbors Thonms declared that hor husband had left homo Monday nght after a quar rel and had not been seen Sho de nied all knowledge of his The neighbors instituted a search and soon found tho head of Tliomus buried lu Iho Held In a His and were found in a thick brush patch near the boUBO and tbo IB a where fire had been The murderer or murderers had tried to burn tho us all the parts wero literally In the ashes were found two nickels und Thomas Thomas had two sons jiml two daughters nearly and thflse and tbo are suspected and have been Be wus Acouffed of Jlroiiclilng Cunjo of Ooean NEW English steamship Richmond which arrived Sunday from Havre with a consignment of HO thoroughbred brought in two cattlemen in They are Frank Qoyle and Thonms who ac cused of broaphing the vessels cargo aud getting Intoxicated on which they stole from n cask In Uio vessels The alleged theft took place Friday Since then the two men buvo been con fined n the store room of the vessel with handcuffs on their The In giving their side of the accuse and the other ofllceM of the vessel of brutal There was not one among the the vpdfipl but that had some All were unanimous in condemning the officers and thoCuptiiln und Jjattie of which arrived hero on reports that the diaries was brought home in Irons by order of the American consul at Turks and WHS given Intd custody It IB alleged hat threatened the of Stoworx and Mate Lungdon with n knifo while the ytssel wan lying In port nt Turks AFRAID TO GO OUT Illghivitylliun Climo n Ititlyiii of Toirnr nt 20 reign Of ter ror exists Citizens are boldly as saulted on the streets at others are imulo to glvo up their money at tho muz 2lo of a while darlcg Imrglnrled aro committed Lagt Tuesday a circus gave nu exhibition tho uaua crowd of toughs and hangerson of the show coining with and that night a number of during thefts were The burglar evidently thought they bad utruck n rich for after the circuit loft the midnight depredators grew nitrous were sandbagged at night nud relieved of their ciislj valu and six persona are now confined to their beds from the injuries they Several parties going home late at night and feeling wcuro in numbers wore stopped uy highwayman find made to hand over their Tho polloo are powerless to cope with the toughs and at night they do as they The oitUenv ure BO terrlfled that few venture now to appear on the streets after Let No Guilty 3Iun Aug sen sation bus been caused here by the deten tion for ten days without in the chief of polices private qf Dora young woman charged with the theft of valuable diamonds from Julia a woman of bad The girl was taken to the hospital Friday evening In a dying and It is charged that counsel was denied admit tance to far that though she had sovoral hemorrbagea of too 0 physician refused Her wiis Jlnally effected on a writ of and a rigid Investigation will The Work of 36 Sunday night three oil tanks on the Urowu Broth Johnston and Two Brothers districts at Bolmont were IIred by incendiaries and largo quantities of oil The low is A riot was immlnout all night and may occur at any The tanks on the Taylor farm also caught flre aurt wore Everything is being TlirvnU of Mob Dock Brooks was killed at Hodges this by Charles Curtis Both are Mary wife of tlio called on 1 he mayor hero for a posse to protect hor ax throats wore mmlo to mob THREE WOMEN ttxcltement Over Their Ulinppnarance at afternoon Barney Molitor of the town of this and A slater of Molitor and Molltorx daugh 15 years reoldiug In went Into the woods berrying ana got They have not yot been although tbo whole town hoa boon hunting for It has rained horo constantly Mnce Saturday Suuduy morning at 4 oclock tho firebells wero rung and the men of the city were culled together and another large party started fifteen milis to hunt for tho lost Tho gristmill and also tho HHwin 11 Is Imvo shut the employes of tho con corim Joining In the There IB in tense excitement and news of the missing women Inmost It U they have diod from BADE GOODBYE TO THE Knlner Billy HrlnRIi Hit Visit to Alexander to a Em peror Count Von and tho leudingonlcialsattendant upon tho two were present at Thursday nights farewell banquet to tho After the banquet tho cent apd the emperor proceeded to the overlooking tho brilliantly Illunvlnated and spent some time in conver At ten oclock tbo kaiser took his He accompanied to the quay by tho czar and the officers of the Viborg 6f which ho kalsor Is honorary The kaiaor ahopjc tiauds with each the qfftcerg and bade a cordial farawell to the Aa the ainuf left the quay the shouted to the emperor An The emperor at onoe boDrded the which departed at dawn Saturday Lincoln Will Not one of Robert Lincolns law was seen Sunday in reference to the report that upon Secretary of legation Whites ro urn to or liobept Jnited States minister to tho court of would resign Isham declined to cither confirm or deny the It U the gen eral opinion of a number of Lincolns that he will resign his exulted position before tho now year and return to the practice of his profession In 2 Jnited States minister to Great mnhatically denies the truth of those re which rcpresunt him us coutom tinting tbt tendnriug of lily The Knights Will Make War on the Central Road WHETHER THEY HAVE HELP OR NOT A Mooting of tlm Kxooutlvo Hoard at Albany IlciulU In a Complete Denial of Vice Wobka Story llo gnrdlng Strike on tile Union stock Ynrdn Hallway System Slilen Mnkn executive of arrived In this city Mon day morning ami immediately want to tlio Konnioro There wcro Uriiml Master Workman Wright and The only one abwut was John who IB on the Pacific After break fast a delegation of district assembly 240 visited tlio leaders iind a short consul tntion was 1onderly concluded that It would bo best to meet the complete assembly and ao t was decided to Quit tlm meeting in the Donlal of WvbliR At the close of iissembly 310 session nt 1 Powderly coriKcntol to tiilk to a United Press Ho wild There IB much to be unl yot a tcood deal qf it has been Tim meeting has re sulted In u complete denial of story that men were for dls Tho djuoharged inoo wero brought Into the meeting and personally examined by tlio AH of them are respectable appear ing and all of them testillod to being and vigilant In the roads Thuy have worked up the road from three to twentyfive years and some of them have never been Determined to How about action at Torre Haute f asked tho Un Proas I have not heard as but I wish to eay we need and look for our broth ers but even If we do not receive wo shall fight tho York Central rall I Tho police bonrd of thin city mot at noon and decided to appoint five extra police from the civil service Citizens havo guaranteed to stand tho THEQHIQAQO uiul Sottlo Will LW Up Tholr ship own roof Melbourne and whose busl icsa has been greatly iuterered with by he demands of the Seamens held conforcuce and addressed a letter to the refusing to employ any officer be jnglng to the union m the ground tbnt uon a course ve of The letter added ihnt be average proflta ot tho trade aro under per and that a compliance with Ire demands of tho men would entail an nnual loss of only alterna Ive la to lay up the Nonuuion abor Is abundant in A Latter of hoate of tho Old Colony Railroad cam any has written to Mayor of this expressing to htm and the people of Qulncy his deep sense of obligation for tbo help given In the recent calamity on that Tho letter concludes To you to the city to the flremeu who were most prompt and to the police and to those citi zens who have BO kindly opened their and glvou their personal attend ance to comfort the I beg you to extend my hearty thanks In behalf of the lloth Sliloe IHiiUn the Tlicru Is HO cluinKO in the situation of the atriHq of the en and at tho stock The strikers arc sliU awaiting a final do pision by tlto The latest announcuinent that if the men do not return to work at the railroads will declare the Switching association dls anil hu railroads will do the work This declaration Is said by A Water MUST BE Dorsey Mami 310 Belle WARM AIR FURNACES Hinmcd fur 5 Aug In thu part of tho In Vim Horn al loy iiuiuUuttur Dub Hurley had tilu throut cut from to uur wltli n rwzor by Llwrlcs Tlio iiiurdur WUH tlio ro Hiilt of iv qtmrrol uvur n tf lilvil in it Tho Queens with ItH wiin liuriioi Mimiluy Tho of whom thow wiw n bad dlffluulty In Two Thoutiu Iowurn uiul Ilorbort tho It U btilouglutf to wore tmruoil to uuU two others uoru badly Tho building wiu lu tat Kllluil ly eiltnil John uiil wullkuown rosl tlonU of tUU wurts htvuok by ft Now Vurk Central trulu wliliu walkliiK ovor n jnit iiljuve I liu mill tlirown n diutanco ui ililrty Luko wua but Duwuy with union nnthe ground tbnt the strikers to have no for them would intorly to do tho tmtlvldunlly will cost the inn Tlift t U i j v mads more Hum tltoy are paying the Bwitohlng Irittvvtlon Aakud A delegation representing several of the largest packing houses at tho yards called on Acting Mayor Onalmn Monday morn Ing and asked for police protection a tuelr respective They wore re ferred to Chief To him they sale fiho situation becoming critics am Horlous trouble might break out at an The stoppage of transportation facilities had compelled tho packers to la off from work several thousand men These naturally sided with the strikers and would probably make common cause with them in resisting resumption o buslncse unless the strikers demand wpre Chief Marsh promised to give the lust ter his Immediate Tile Strike Tho strike of the engineers am firemen at the stock yards was Monday Both sides made con the company granting an ail vanee of II cents an hour to tho engineers aud cents an hour to the Tin original demand was for an advance o from 26 to 80 COIUH an hour for the en gtueers and from 11 to 20 cents for tho Tho Term Hnutc TERUK ex eoiitlvo council of the United Order oi Hallway Employes wentlnto session about g oclock Monday When the session will oomo to an end not evoti a single member of the council Thu council is listening to a report formulated by tho At what time any de cision will como to the public cannot be stated at tho present Itoariy with Their a mooting of of In the secretary was in btrucUnl to communicate with tho general executive hoard of the of L authoda Ing them to draw on tho assemblys troas nry should financial aid bit required in connection with tho New York Central railroad Trillin IluuntiiK was abso lutely nothing new up to 11 oclock In the morning in the strike on the Now York Contra Tho trains aro running regularly on tho Thu Iolltleul In John Mac Donald has decided to dihHnlvo parliament within a short lime and appeal to tlio country for ro election bofnro Thu natural term of the present parlia ment not expire until Tho Lib erals have openly slated that mxt mission tluiy worn going to upon the whole ques tion ot extending Canadian trade and A from thousand persons took part Sunday In a demonstra tion hold here to protest Bishop OOwytsrs attack upon and ton other Pur nellite members of parliament ruado Most of the lending citizens hold uloof from the demonstration out of respect for Bishop A banquet at which 1TX Kuesta were pres A unmljer of speeches wero Dcntroyinl Ity oclock Monday morning the Immense wagon known as tho llanos Wagou located in the njttrome north end of this wero discovered to be on Notwithstanding tho efforts of the entlro flre department the entlro works wore The value of the build ings was the machinery worth at least and with tho lumber yards the loss will aggregate nearly Jutting Untidy for GuHntnn BALT MI Jewish Alliance of organized laat week In Philadelphia for the purpose of assist ing recent Jewish omlKmnts In tills coun and to care similarly for those who are to Jlie established a branch In thin city Several hun dred mostly those who haw come from Uussia within tho last Suit fur formerly employed us a man on the Chicago and hu Utgiiu a suit for damages against that road for received by being knocked from his train by a bridge and crippled for Cut I In Din nil u FOHT Thu of won two falls out of throu from thu In a OriBooItomnu wrestling match horo Kuch had pruvlounly won u vie tpry from tho The match lasted ofitu BAN tho champion Kprlntor and all round tirofossloual dlod here Hun tlv ciimu to tho Pmlllc Coaat ulx month tttfo Hud wlw taken down with iiiu oiti motive and earn of a Texas Iaolllc ul w atlons with tho United aSSa Orakemau Unylo was killed nnd ICn a Hjiouit ginior Georgo nud Kirpmaa tonday Cochran wore seriously cnmpmuutlng cloHaJ Sunday Sunday afternoon services opnneil by a short song after which of dellverud a uirmun on The Prodigal This was followed by the feasting on of which pauplo Till iiiind Trunk At noon Huu day connection was made butwoun the ends of I hit Urand Trunk railway tunnel utidtr tho Cluii1 A large auger bole bored through riimiliiiiig dip Un onaliled Iho muu working 911 tlie Canadian sliio to talk to their wilowwurkiuen w tlio American To our friends would Bay we are now prepared to put In furnaces and re pair Satisfaction in every ease For nnces nlways on PITTS 815 ITS NO That our STOCK is the MOST COMPLETE ever brought to We cau ahow you Something New as often aa you call In Rag or Body Brussels Art Dado or Lace or Fur Smyrna Oil Wire and Cocoa LadioH liko to HOC tlio Newest and Finest in House DeoorotlQnBji IBhe Easiest way to see them is to Call frequently at our whether you wish to buy or i am now receiving a largo and variotl stock of mivailiiig tor Spring which I tun prepared to make up In tut GUARANTEEING A Perfect Reasonable Kates and Complete 112 Third i   

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