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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 26, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 iri iam - - ~ -  A LTON DAILY TELEGRA PH.  The  VUG UST 1800.  NO OO  The Fver I POPULAR IvJC  Pencil and Ink Tablets,  AQ endless variety ut lowest p Ii ref.  sr  (Mora than Mof the n»o*t i>opulnr shade*)  For Paper Flowers.  Beginners' Outfits, Materials, Etc., Etc.,  Book explaining the  USES OK TI SHUK,  free  on application.  Third and Piasa sts.  ALTON, in.  Shoot Music,  (PIIA«. J, PKG ICN HA KT, Hole Agent.)  CHOICE SELECTIONS  IKBnXLT AUK\M,KU FO BEGIMXrr AND KOM TIIK I Kg Of TEACH Eta or HIK °  PIANO ANO ORGAN.  » hopsack U nite, by.....  Hy Away Galop, by ,. Gertrude Dream Wait*, by Impatience (Banjo Galop),by  In ihr Sunshine, by ............  Jack Frost * March, by .......  Moment Musical, by........  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I he neigh lairs Instituted a search and Thomas buried in he Meld in a sick. His anus and legs were found in a thick brush potch ue*r the house and the bo ly in « field, a her y • fire had been built. The murderer or murderers had tried to bum the corpse, •a all the parts were literally roasted. In the ashes were found two nickels and nomas knife. Thomas had two eon* and two daughters nearly grown, and these mid the wife are suspected and hare been arrested He was well-to-do.  Ka SMS W un* Deer Their Dtsappesrane* at Molitor, WI*.  M rDFoRn, WI.., Aug. JA-Saturday afternoon Mrs. Barney Molitor of the town of Molitor, this county, and a sister of Mix Molitor and Mrs M JI tor’s daughter, 15 years old. residing In Chicago, went nto the wood* berrying and got lost. I hey hare not yet been found, although the whole town Im* been hunting for them It has rained here oonatantly since ?    Saod.y morning st 4  « clock the Mrs bells were rung and the  min I  y  °* ,l * d  ***** and another large party started to Molitor.  Iifteen mil*-*;distant, to bunt for the lost po®* The grist-mill mid also the sawmills have shut down, the employee of the concerns Joining In the search. There ie intense excitement here, and news of the missing women is most anxiously nwaited.  D I* farts! ll ley have died from fright  Knights Will Make War on the Central Road  WHETHER THEY HAVE HELP OR NOT  A Bargain.  CATTLEMEN in irons  The Stepping Stone, by  Sidney Roienfeldt.  VOCAL ABD I hint MOTAL) l«c a Copy.  OUR SPECIAL TERMS:  lOo Per Copy.  25c for 3 Copies,  50c for 7 Copies* $1.00 for 15 Copies.  A re ii mkI of *' Broaching  M  the Cargo st ga 0< »-sn T<-«m-I.  NKW VotiK. Aug art.—The English steamship Richmond Hill, which arrived Sunday from Havre with a consignment of HO thoroughbred horses, brought In two cattlemen In irons. They are Prank I nyle sud Thomas Lawk wood, who sis ae-toned of “brunching’’ the vessel’s cargo aud getting Intoxicated ut) lieer. which they Stoic from « cawk III He. vessel's hold I he alleged theft Uok plane Friday last Since then the two men have been eon flued In the store room of the ve*»*l with handcuff* on their wrUta. The caff lenten In giving their aide of the story, acct** t ap* I’*-rry and the other officers of the ceaaol of beau I treatment. There waa not one among the men sliuset tho fOtRel hut that had Heme grievance All were unanimous in condemning the officers sod agrote.  BADE GOOO-BYEJTO THE CZAR.  Kaiser Rill, Brl**,, fife VUU to Al. tanker  to ■ Close.  I’KTKHhor, Aug. art —The oaar, Emperor William. M. Defiler*, Cunni Von- ,  ( aprIv'h and tho leadmgoffidal.attendent SOU^??? upon tim two monarchs, were present at I hursday night a farewell banquet to the tni|M-ror. After the banquet the cssr -rd a emperor proceeded to the balcony overlooking the brilliantly Illuminated garden#, and spent nome time In convcr-H.tion At ten o’clock the kaiser took his departure. Fie was ao-rtinpanted to the 1a ham qnay by the itar and the officer* of the  1  V ii*org regiment, of which the kaiser la honorary commander The kaiser shook boud* with each of the officer* and bads a cordial far-well to th* oaar. As the steamy left the quay the exar shunted to the emperor ’'An revoir." The emperor st ones boarded the Hohonsollern, which uejiarusl at dawn Saturday morning.  Meeting nf the Ktmatlfn Hoard at Albany ItmnH. In ■ Complete Genial  Vice FrcsMent Walib's Stnry Re-garging Discharges—The Strike on the t.'n ion stork Yards Railway Systean Mettled -Doth aides Make < onee..|o*w  Ai HANY, JI. v., Aug VH The executive board, K of L, arrived in this eity Monday morning sud immediately went to the Kenmore hotel. There were Grand Master Workman Powderly. J. lf If« ii M n«l, J.  lh vlln, a. W. Wright aud J 8 Hayes, lhe only .me absent was John Costello, who is on the Pacific roast. After break  fast a delegation of district assembly No. •Bi visited tile lend rs and a short consul Mr. Powderly concluded that It would be I-est to meet the complete sseemt.ly and so It was decide I to call the meeting in the afternoon.  Denial of W.-kk's Htory.  (Thick Walls) I-urge Cellar.  with Water In House.  lot eoxiao  Depot,  H at a n< S I ifl^f hborhood ’    to  Catalogin' PUKE on A|»i»IIca> lion, or Mal I,Mi FU pp to Aililress,  HW)  TkrfS|i<Bnl th* Captain and Mat*. lh WTI IS, Aug. JA — ling Hallie M Bain, of iVirtlaiid, Me., which arrived hereon Munday, rep.»rt» that the steward. Chartae Williams, was brought home in iron* by order of the American consul at Turks Island, and was given Into custody bereft ie alleged that he i lireaten >d the lives ut ('apt. .Shower* and Mate • knife while the at Turks Island.  Lincoln Will Net Resign.  Chicago, Aug.—Kdwaid 8. Isham, one of Robert Lincoln's law part liers, was seen Sunday in reference to the report that upon Secretary of legation White’s re-iurn to Kokand ai* or eight weeks hence, Robert J. I ariot ti, United States minister to the court of Bt. J sanes, would resign Ids p«ettmn, Mr. laham declined to either  cor , rtn or deny the report, It is the general opinion of a nut,th. r of Mr. Uneoln # frh-1,d>, however, that he will resign  hii  exalted |ss>ition tx*f< .re the new ye ar and  rhlpg 1 ,l,e 1>r,ictu '*  P * P r ° r ^‘ou in  IgtKUOM, Aim « -Robert T. Lincoln,  I tilted Mates minister to Great |!rHa,u emphatically denies the truth of lh«>M re * I orts which represent him os emu to rn- I I dating th* tendering ut hi., resignation. •  At t he c one of ss en,My M session at . 0 Block, Mr Powderly ch,sente*! to talk to a I toted Pres* reporter II, *„id -There to much to be Sl id, and yet a good deal of  Y*\ !"     Th * nm. ting has re  sulted in a complete de rial of Mr Webb's  el  t  rV r«t! h,if  *T tfr *  wpr * discharged for dis , £[4«rdi) wgiditet aud drunketiQeks, The I discharged met, wen, brought Into the meet ng and jwrsonally examined by the board. All of them are respectable ap|a*ar lug mea, and all of them t< stifled to being wriier and vigilant In the road’. ,mer,-se They have worked up the road from three to twenty live years and some of have never been reprimanded.  them  Determined to Fight,  •ow  11  l r«M rt-fetrter.  "I bar# aal hesr*l as yet, but I wish to say this, we need and lo,,* for onr broth-ars ald but even if we do not reeve it IV* shall light the New York Central rail-  1 he pollee board of this, Ify met st mam a id decide.I to appoint Ave ,xt, a  police from the civil servlet list Cittsena hare g laranteed to stand th** expense  TMS OHIQAQO 8TRIKE ENDED.  Doth aide* Mak« Cuno-Hlusa  Vt-* sal  Langdon with was lying In port  Cbas. J. Degenhart,  Third and Plata its.  Alton. II  Ready Mixed Paints I Oils  -AGENTS FOR THE -At Louis Varnish Co. Fine VARNISHES  nod JAPANS.  Charter Oak Stoves anil Riiiim  I AFRAID TO GO OUT AT NIGHT.  Illgkwaymea route a lt*-lg* af Terror at Bacyraa, on Im.  Blci Itl'k I Mi lo, Aug. IM “-A reign of tor roe exist* here CHtasne are isnldly aa j molted on the street* at Bight, oth-r- ar. mads to give up their money at tile maw lie of a revolver, while daring burglaries are ooimmtusl nlgthly Lost Tuesday a circus gave an exhibition here, the usual crowd of toughs and hangers un of the J abow ooh,lug with It, and that night a un miser of daring thefts were committed I The tmrulara evidently thought they had struck a rich Held, for after lh* circus left I the midnight depredator* grew bolder Prominent cit I jeu* were sandbagged at night and telieved of their cash aud vain I ables, and six persons ara now confined to their bed* from the injuries they rvcelv.d Several parties going home late at night and feeling secure In nutnis-rs were  Will l*f Up I kelt Troasts.  Mki ten'RVg, Aug A—The ship ow,,-era of Melbourne end tUduey, wh< se business ha* lean greatly later ered with by the demands of the Se itncn’s union, held * confcretifx and ai1lresae.| a letter to the union, refusing u, mi ploy any offi<«r Is* longing to the union on the ground that such a course would be utterly aq bret*-Ive of discipline The letter ai led ^hal the average proflte of the trode are under 5 per rent., and that a oom pl ton ie with Hie demand* of tim men would entail an annual bs,* of AJM.uoo. .The only aiterna live Is to lay up Hie v-swsla Non-union labor ta abundant In Hydney.  •Gipped by higiiw ay-nan and made to id over theft valuate  Black Diamond and Asbeatoa Rigffioif. Huil*i,ug and Sbeot- i0 ^ ifff*  O *' or, u * Lift and N|M»ying Dump*. New Home Md Alme bowing Machines; $30 each. Agen'* for Ute  bailo u.nr iiiPir .Si ll no. «4 I fie pol  powerlse* lo cope with the toughs and at m^ht they lib a* they please. The eitiwtn* are so berri fled that haw vant U rw now p. appitar on the street* after night.  Celebrated Stodebater Fai ffaeoiis.  —FINE LINE OF—  Carriafes. Heinies and Series famous  Let Nm Guilty Mon Escape.  WK KXI. tit ti, W. Va., Aug. SKL—A ara saturn ha* been caused here by the de tau Hon for Urn days without warrant, In the chief of poi toe’s private office, (rf Dora Hamlin,,! young woman charged with the thcfl of valuunls diamonds from Julia Chi* bol rn, a woman of bail character The girl waa t*h«.i to (he hospital Friday evening in a dying c ndltl,rn god It Is charg.il that cminael wee deuiad admittance to her, aud, far worse, that though alo* tied several hemorrhage of the lung* a physic? rn was refused admittance. Her r»*l.-ase w is finally effected on a writ of helix* p.rpus, and a rigid investigation  rill f< lurer.  SM the Heel HOAD CART 'n U*« World for HO.  ILK.  Hardware aud  the M urk mf Iu«*cii4l*r|a*.  PAM*,Kies*I'no, W. Va.. Aug jrt Sunday night three oil Units on the Drown Brother-, Johnston and Two Brothers districts at Belmont were Ared by incendiarke and targe quantities of oil destroyed. The hmm ie heavy. A riot wee imminent all  Farm Machinery, Alton, 111.!    SS  aud w.r* destroyed Everything is being  A Letter at I hank*.  Qi I KCI, Mas*, Aug. m -President Choate of the Old Col.my Railroad com puny ho* written to Mayor Porter, of ihU city, expressing to him and the people of Quincy hi* deep sense of obligation for the help given In the recent cai amity on that road, The letter concludes “To you personally, to the city aul hor! tire, to the fir-'mea who were moat prompt and efficient, to the po lee and to those cill *er s who have so kindly op,-und their house**, nod given their personal attendance to comfort the sufferers, I low you to extend my hearty thanks tn behalf of the company.”  A Protest froes Ll in sr lek.  I .no i< i< g, Aug. M. —Thirty thouaatid t"Ts--in ux»k part Sunday In a demoustrn-Hon beld here to pretest against Bishop O'pwyer^ muck upon John Dillon. Mr IMI on, Mr O’Brimi, «riil |<tn oth«r JT9M-neilite membere of parliament mofle *)*•«•■-ne*. Moot of the leading eitiaeaa bel - aloof from the ricnionstration out of re. | *i;i far Bishop O’Hwy sr a banquet followed, at wkioli I So gueete were pre#- < cuL A number of spe< chee were uio<ie  and Oetlte the Tronkle.  OHCAOO, Aug. W.-There Is no change  In the situation of the strike of th* tm-  glnrers and flrem to at the Mock yard*  The striker* are still awaiting a final do.  i-islon iiy the snpcrintemtnnte The latest  announc uiiertt J* that if the men do not  return to work at once, the railroads aril!  j declare tile twitching as**'elation dis  Milvnn, sud th*' r.tilroada wilt do the work  J themas vex I hi# dcHaretton is said »>y  UM striker* to have no Hr mw for them as  G. do the work IkdlvidU'riiy Will cost the  I     l,mn     are    paying    the  Bwttching a**i'elation.  fruiwlliHi Asked Fur.  A delegation representing several of the largest packing house* at the yard* called on Acting Mayor Onahan Monday m .rn lug and asked for pollee protection  ! Mr . r " , i l ? 1>iw     They    wore    m  fcrred to l-hlef Marsh    To him the) said  Iii© lit un t (on wit*    cr    it fun) umi  serious trool'ia might break out at aay moment, Die aGqquige of transportation focilltlea had comfwliwi the packer, to lay off from work several tboueaud men. Ti <eee not orally sided with the striker* and would probably make ne—mn cause with them In resisting resumption of buain.se unle** the strikers’ demand* were granted t hie! Marsh promised to give the mal., ter hie I rn mediate atta at Iou  The Mr the Settled.  IdTfL—ll* strike of th* engineers and preteen ut the etocfc yards was settled Monday afteruoou. Beth sides made oon-cwestuns. the oor^puny granting an advance of 8 cents sn bour to the ens Surer-and cent# an hour to the firemen The original demand wee for an advene, of from rn to ft) CHU* a U  hour for the en ginecre and from WH u> IO  iruu  f ur  the lirciiicn.  must be sold.  Dorsey & Mann  310 Belle street.  WARM AIR FURNACES!  * IA HD AN D HOhT COA I..  wii r r'’,? , ,' r „njL' nd ;.T, oi : ld .' , * y ,r ® nnw     to    po,  i    SatiHfacilon In evtfy crure irusrentced  mu** always on hand.    Ifua    ran    toad.  in fornaoM and re-  Second-head Fur-  PITTS & HAMILL,  HKJ.LK H'i'HKET.  ai  ITS NO SECRET.  Th, Terre Hants < Maferaaee, Txrrx Halte, Ind.. Aug. tot—The sa-ecol Ive council of the United Order of K-nlwai Employe* went Into srnten abost t o’clock Monday morning When the ••■elon will ooaie to an cud  We eau 'ho.  >ou     n'J"•• Mom.  That our 8TOCK ta tho  Naw as often aa you call la:  CARPETS:  I ape-fry.    Body BpusnoIh  Ingrain,    Art Squar«M,  Bag or Hemp.  vt mg on Works Destroyed kjr Eire.  1’hoBiA.iiA. Aug, A. At 1J.Y5 o’clock 7"T"     10     * n     **ud    nut    cum    a  Monday morning tho immense wagon    .     Th *'  worka, known aa the H*noa Wagfg* works, located in the extreme north end  of this  f  REDUCTION SALE  guarded.  Threats at Melt Law.  Cairo, III, Aug. JU-Dock Brooks waa killed at Hodge*' park, this county, by (’liarlea Curtis Both are negro**. Mary  Curtis, wife of til# murderer, calls*! on lbs mayor ber. for a posse to protect her  hint ba na, as threat* were made to mob  him.  OF  SOMMER SUITS AND PANTALOONS  MAUK TO OltDKli  Rs sered fur a RA Deist.  CttCIXXAft, Ohio, Aug Bl la tile western part of the dty, in Van Horn a1 Icy mar Cutter street, Bob Bultey had his throat cut from ear to ear with a razor by Charles White The murder was th* result of a quarrel over a *5 account.  PERFECT FIT AND SATISFACTION GDARANTEED  AT  BRUEGGEMAN BRO's.  Died Ie a Hissing Hut*!.  tot?NMCOX, Out , Aug. Jfi -Th* Queeu'e hotel, regather  burned Monday moralug The fur*la, of whom there aaa a large number, had great difficulty In escaping Two men, I homos I’oarer* ami Herbert I Ay ton, the tatter, it I* aald, l«e!<«giog re Ottawa, were burned to death, and I wa others acre badly burned. The building wa* ta • sured for It,duo.  city, were discovered to be on fire Not withstanding tbs efforts of the entire Ar* department the entire Work* were destroyed The value of the build tag* wa* #l.\00b, the machinery worth at least Kimono, and with the lumber var«h. toe km wilt aggregate nearly ftxi.ooa  oouncil is listening to a report formulated bjr th* <om iii I tire At what time any de-eteloti sill come to the public cannot be •toted al the present writing.  Read* * l!h Their Howey. lh win tx, Aug ilk—At a meeting  of  longshoremen#* assembly. Na TIT!, K. of Ie, in Charlestown, th* secretory was in-  Getting Ready fee Ru*#taa gewa  Baltiu UK, Md, Aug rn. The Jewtab Alliance of America, organised last week in Philadelphia for tho purpose of assisting recent Jewish emigrants in this emu Wy. •**<! G» ear* similarly for th.rn who are to ll. e from Russia, «stahli*h«d * branch In this city Hunday. At-versl hun drwl Israelites, mostly those who haw come from Russia within the lari: detail*, participate!    ^  •traded to conimunioate with toe general executive tuaH of the K of L, authorising them to draw on the assembly * tree* ary should financial aid bs required In a.unction with the New York Central railroad strike.  •ult rev BNO,OOO Dawn  Bloom»an>«, HL, Aug. d-I^omwi Matthews forsMrty employed as abreks*. man on the thteago and Alton, baa is-gun a *uit far fyi,(IW damages against that read for tojurios received by being knocked Dom Iris train by a bridge nod crippled for life.  Trains Kuualt.g Regwiwr,  N'xa ^ OUK, Aug tab-* There was absolutely nothing new up to ll o’clock in the morning in th* strike on the New York Central road. The trains are running regularly un the road.  ('attle Derail a Train.  FOHT Wohth, Tex., Aug «.-The locomotive ami eight car# of a Texas Pacific freight train ware dc. ai bel atar this eity Katurday bv running over some atule Brakeman J. I* B > Ie was k lh*I and Knit!* its coo tot! ta was I ti! 1 *?.*    ll    Tucker    and Fireman J.  antu wa. — - I vt- Gochran were eerioualy lnjnred.  TH# Uulttleat laeae ta Cawada  Ottawa, Ont., Aug Si. — Sir John MacDonald ha# deed'led to dias. .Ive parliament within a short time and appeal to til# am. ut ry for re elect kin before (.Ii riot mas The natural tenant the pr#*,„t peru, ment duce not expire until loSri Th# Uh era!# have openly stated that next session they were going to open the whole que* Hun of extending Canadian trade and commercial relations with the Tatted States which they have made the main plank of titer political platform  HVT OURTAI3VS:  Dado or Plain, L,, ce 0 r Fortier.  UVT RUGS:  rut coquette, Smyrna A Oriental.  Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocoa Mats.  'zr&rv r     ,b   whether you with to buy or sot.  House Lk ooratloxa.  frequently at our estebitahMBBt,  A. J. HOWELL.  SPR IM SLITS.  (Successor to A, Braeggomaa*)  Artis it Trtho r mg find Gent I Furnishing Goods Emporium  TIV l»ia*a Ktreet.  Milled ky a 4 eat rat Train.  l^u utikkt.eNtg s. Y., Aug IM.—Joho (Ake an t J im Dvreey. well known re*!  | Iflnli of this city, were struck by a New York Central train While walking over a . ire.i ie Jug above tho stet i'm, and thrown , a <l.*teitoe id thirty feet, Lake was kilted but Homey e-capw* with alight Injury  TH# Jay Is mill Wrestling U KUK KA, Mnuk, Aug. wo -William J. Quint), of Victoria, w«* tw«i fails out of three from NJ stead* Boraklcki, the -Jap,” In a Gneco fGm.aa wreetliug match here Munday. Each bad previously won a victory from the other. The match laster! •lateen minutes  THe Prndlfcals tied a Spread.  Hi mskk, Ilia, Aug. JO.—The ten-day astern, of the colored catnpmitelng rinsed Sunday night. Sunday afternoon services opened by a short song service, after which Ih v W. II, Pope, of IteWreooevilln, delivered a rerruon on “Tipi Prodigal Hon " This wa# followed by the reacting on the fatted calf, of which I,OU) people tooted  ""    , r * 0 * 1 ' i  !  n * * 'mu* »nU v«j-ied stock of Cloth* In a# ek  pruvuling    lor ->i>nox SuiU, which I .rn prepped lo    „ p ^  Most Pashionable  Stvles,  GUARANTEEING  A Perfect Fit,  Reasonable Rates Complete  and  Satisfaction.  Death at aa Athlete.  Ha* Fnam< woo, Aug JO -Harry Af. Johnson, th. champion sprinter and allround professional athlete, died here San-day II* earn* to the Pacific Coast six Months ego aud wa* taken down with typhoid fever.  Thr Ufhf.iJ Trtmli Tunnel.  HAMMA. Oak, Aug. Ski. —At noon Honda) connection wa# mode between the end)) of tm* Grand Trunk railway tunnel umlcr the Hi Clair river. A large auge -bole bo»t-d through th* remaining dir-toiHw, ten feel. enabled the men working OU Qm* Canadian «>oe to talk to their  H. C. G. Moritz, 112 Third st.  How workmen on the American st ie  Mi.   

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