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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 28, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                DAILY 30 THimsSDAY AUGUST NO 71 FOK Pencil and fnk An endless variety at lowest The Ever POPULAR Sheet Sole CHOICE SELECTIONS More than CO of the most popular shades For Paper Beginners Mate Hook explaining the USES OF on Third and Piasa ILL AUttANGKl KO BEdii AMU FOK TIIW USE OK TEACH BBS OF THE PIANO AND Uiopgtlck Fly Away Gertrude Dream Impatience Jtanjo In thp Jack Frosts Moment Playful Husslan Grand Star or Affection Slioworof Roses Wreath THE The Stepping by Sidney VOCAL AND IOC a OUR SPECIAL TERMS lOc Per 25o for 3 50c for 7 Copies for 15 Catalogue FREE on Applica or Mulled FREE to any Fierce Row Between Buffalo Bill and HAMBURG IN A STATE OF The City Filled with n Howling Mob of Indiana ami Who Arc Spoiling for a MHiiornvrea of the IlritUh Speech at a LoHftne Foreign of Excitement over thu Herca row between Buffalo Bill and Carver is People are afraid to conic ut doors after The place la In u state of Tho niemliera of ouch troupe bare openly declared their Intention of fighting for their masters If tlie quarrel ends in n general can Iw no doubt but that it is only through tho efforts of tho civic authori ties that bloodshed up to the present has been Carver has fol lowing Cody all through tho hitters tour of the cities of the Continent and his performiincai have boon better phtrouized than Got Ahead of IlufTtln Carver stole a march on hU rival nnd arrived In Hamburg three days When Cody gqt here found he Was oliliged to pitch his tent a few feet from Carvers Carver made arrange ments for an exclusive supply of electric light and left Cody in the Then members of both camps took up the mat and it was through the strcnuonb ef forts of the police officers that a fearful fight was Hamburg is filled with a howling mob of and cow boys who lire wailing for a chance to scalp each The town is covered with the posters of both AH goon as Co lys bills are pasted up Carvers come around and tear them off andput their own in Need of It is an open secret that while Carver did an enormous business in Berlin and Vienna Cody fell Sunday Cody and Carver opened at the same Carver gave two shows and had while Cody only gave which wns at tended by is rumored that the syndicate which brought Buffulo Bill to Europe this year has left so that he is handicapped for wantof Both leaders have announced an indefinite stay at which is filled with vis itors who are afraid that serious trouble may break out at any No act ual cuses of assault but threats of death are freely Burns an a and warns British workmen ngulnxt tho danger of continu ing their pnwetit attitude of miperstitlous faith in their so culled A Moit Horrible farmer named Hcinrich Who lived In the village of having cause to suspect his called her and their children into the cellar of hlg barred the occussed her of and de clared that she must Then he hade them all kneel down ond pray for the for giveness of her and after that repeat the prayer for the This ho bound her to a wooden and with an old cavalry saber he hacked her hood with great ho drew out his revolver and blevv out his The Two Labor Leaders change A VERY INSINUATING Klotoun SaCm the breaking up at a oclock on Tuesday morning of the midnight meeting a collision oc curred between the police and the Social In the conflict Which followed swords wero mcd and stones were B th aides had many The police succeeded in arresting the ringleaders of the niimnrokK Only deputation from HellIjroii called upon In addressing prince said thiiD I he of those papers which criticised conduct of affairs was piere Ho awaited the verdict of and his only ambition now was for a good Perished on Mount Villanova and his guide and porters who were mak ing an ascent of Blanc have dis and it is feared that all hove LIQUOR IN THE Third and Piasa II BRITISH NAVAL Ready Mixed Paints 1 Oils AGENTS FOR THE Louis Varnish Fine VARNISHES and I tarter Oak Stoves and Ranges Black Diamond and Asbestos Building and Sheet ing Lift and Spraying New Home and White Sewiug Machines Agents for the Farm f LINE See the Best HO AD CART World for I AAU1U1IU1U UUl rlware and Fariii Fleet Now at Son In Clmso of Suppo sltltlona Michael Culme having apparently demonstrated to his own sutlhfccHon In tho naval just closed that he with his portion of the break the lines of the defending squadrons nn dor Admiral Sir George has pat to sea for the is of do termlnlng how long It would tnko his sup posed foreign fleet to overhaul and disable the pricipal English merchant liners while tho home fleet wore recovering from the effects of their engagement with the Want to Avoid thoTorpedo These miincouvros differed slightlyfrom preceding events of thu in that they were largely devoted to ascertaining how far away from a coast the leviathans o modern naval construction cin prudently conduct hostilities In reasonable security from tho torpedo boats with which nearly all tho continental maritime powers are efficiently The Open Sen Preferred for a In other England would prefer to draw her enemy oat as far as possible to the open having la her ability to win a victory apart from the lurking dangers on enemys dangers to which the icoal consuming monsters of tho fleet are espec ially These manoeuvres are con sidered mucli more and sensible than the sham attacks on tho coast towns of Great Britain and while theatrically were of but slight Instruction to the and were at tended by a series of j for Paying Kent ut a league meeting Tuesday Timothy refer ring to the potato blight In said that nothing stood between the people and starvation during the coming The sufferers might not legally withhold but man who paid Mnt and left hln family to starve was little butter than an If It won found necemarr to appeal to the Irish in America and i Aus tralia the assistance thus obtained ought not to be shared by any msn who had paid rent during tho preceding flio Matter Again Utforo the Filibustering In the WASHINGTON the senate Wednesday morning the resolu tion offered by Plumb several days Instructing the committee on rules to is Mie orders to prevent the sale of all kinds of liquors in the senate wing of the cap itol was taken Butlers proposed amendment directing the sergeantat armB to make dally inspection of the com iiiitteo rooma to see If liquors were used was After discussing lilalrs amendment to prohibit the use of liquors in the vupltol as a the resolution and amendment on motion of Sherman was referred to the co nun It ley on The tariff bill was then taken There were hut eightyfive members prctiunt when the house met Wednesday The opponents of the lard ipil by Mason at once inaugurated fililiistoring with culls for yea thu journal of Tuesday had not been ap nay At Uli Wednesday and the prospects were good fur spending thu days seaBlon up the last day net apart for consideration of the Butturworth options and not reaching a vole nn thu lard Hurry Ifo OITureil for Hit of InroruiHtlon unit IntlmtitcB Thnt Gathered In the Hoodie rowilorljHityn of ol tho Two Strike nt Chlungo Strike NEW Smiu Detroit special guys Tom formerly of tho executive board of the in an In terview as to tho outlook in the present said it was n falturo from the booauae It lacked proper executive ability behind Powderly did not take hold until too late to bo of When askod Knights of Labor strikes foiled all over the ho gald If you want me to tell you what is the rea son that tho knights are a back hero it U Old you ever bear of ao olliucr In an organlxation trying to bleed the members for all there was la It7 Perhaps you Ottered a Urlbe of Lfit mo tell you Do you ro memlKr the groat Southwestern strike f I was right iu tho midst of that The stocks of tho railroad fell ralit out of While thU strife was on 1 was approached by a Wall streetman and offered In cold cash to tell in advance when tho strike was to be I told the broker I was not Sn It that I refused that but as a member of the board I laid the proposition before the Of course they rejected it with scorn but twentyfour hours later Powderly was In New York ne gotiating with tho very broker whom I One day later the strike was declared i An Unmitigated NEW Evening Sun has an interview with Grand Master Workman Powderly relative to the charges made by In it Pow nerly says Harry is an unmitigated Barry was himself discharged from the order because he was crooked in money transactions and because he mis appropriated It is a proof aulM cient us to tho falsity of his assertions whin it is well known that I wan not in the southwest during the strike in 1 do not believe he oven had an offer of Men like Barry usually arc willing to accept money offon and are UKimlly purchased at their drink of STRIKES AT Thick Walls Large tvith Water tir House 310 Belle WARM AIR FURNACES A2STD SOFT DIED TO SAVE A Divinity Student Drountil In the Lou In WEST a divinity student from has boon conducting a scries of re vival meetings on an excursion steamer In the Louis Tuesday evening as he was standing near the rail he noticed thive who hod got beyond Uiolr depth while lo bathing and who wero in danger of being With out hesitating Gordon jumped into the water and reached thn youngsters Just as one was Ho rescued him and then turned his attention to tho other With great effort he kept them afloat until assistance from shore As tho boys were lifted Into a boat Gor exhausted by his efforts and weighted by his sank to rise no And thus he died while saving A Shortage In the Bop New England Homes cad carefully prepared a report of the hop crop of the It shows tliat there is a considerable short particularly in New fork Tho average yield of all the growing territory will foil nearly 20 per under a full n New York stale only three quar ters of nn average crop will be which grows few will have 76 per of a full orop Maine 00 per Vermont a full crop Wls conMn 80 and California Prices Iwve reached 40 a pound In New f York and 27f ctnts In Tho prices offerfd In these two states govern the sales n other While the crop is short the quality is better than Situation tho Stock Yanls and on tho Chicago nml blockade at the stock unused first by tho strike of the engineers and firemen of the Switch ing and ituhnequetitly by the strike af the was almost niUed About a doztm manned by olllclals of the different were shifting tho dead trains so that loe cars could bo There wero not BO runny policemen about the yards as on and tun forty or fifty strikers who congregated In the neighborhood of the yardmasters office made no It is now be lieved the strike will be over and tho men at work before very Tho It is will not allow tho dis solution of thn Switching and as tho strikers have signified o willing ness to Uturn to work at their old wages it is bo I je veil that SOIIIP sort of a compro mise will be arrived at The Chicago and Alton The situation in the strike of tho Chi cago and Alton switchmen remains prac tically The firemen and en gineers decided Wedoeeday morning not to go out In support of the as It had bean intimated they might The company has been advertising for switch men and has secured quite a force of which it will try to put to General Manager Chappitll went out into the yards himself Wednesday morning and threw switches and coupled and uncoupled trains with all tho dexterity of an old to show his determination to win the light at all Averted n nig SAN on the Southern Pacific was avoided Tuesday by tho railroad making concus sions to tho grievance committee of the Brotherhood of Hallway The H F friond alwayson we are prepared to put in furnaces and re Far PITTS 315 BELLE ITS NO That our STOCK Is the MOST COMPLETE ever hrouglit to We can show you Something Ifew as often as you call in Rag or Body Brussels Art committee tmbmltted domfinda from II REDUCTION SALE OF fMMER SUITS AND PANTALOONS TO PECT FIT AND SATISFACTION GFARINTEED RUEGGEMAN Successor to Artlsilc Tailoring and Gents Furnishing Goods 221 Plasa Nearly In u Charles Qopdlng who llvuu iu Indian thirtymilas from thla employed Mlohasl Du hauey to dig a Last Saturday Du hanoy had roachotl a depth of sixty Ho came out for hla and on hi return had been lowered about twenty when hu screamed to hia aiulsUnta to haul him out as he was burning He wax taken out In an unconscious condition and then flames burst oua Tho poor fellow wan badly It is thought he opened a vein of natural Terrible Condiigrutlon In The flro at Tokay gau during tho and Its spread was accelerated by n heavy gale of All the public buildings as wull as nearly all tho private dwellings woro Tho homcloHs inhabitants are camping iu tho onto bolng furnished fiom tho nearest military The flames are still raging and other villages near are also Iu Ten persons bavo been buruud to death at Kaba and three at Wliurii thu Cholera Originating AdrloM from Jod dah staUt that the which broke out among tho pilgrims returning from originated with tho Hindoo pas and spread to the The pilgrims were iu a terrible stato of as they were huddled together by thou sands iu the unwashed and without sufficient Hundreds died who were not and the real num ber of fatalities will never bo ID a afflie lniry Tei deoounoet Hold Up the Wrong stage run ning between here and Telluride was held up Tuesday near Haskull by road The rnhbers numbered only two both yoiinu men and They were armed four revolvers and a Win chester There is no doubt their ob ject was to secure tho retorts from the King gold eleven of which wero sent out Monday but by a dif The value of tho retorts was over As it was they took tho mall containing valuable registered leti A posse has been organized and Is wor Iu vision lodges in evory city through which tho Southern Pacific system the general clfoct of which will bo to advance the jHiy of brukoincn 110 and conductors per The company fought the advance HU long as but the meu wuro wull organized and hud sunt orders cast to prevent railroad bauds from coming to he and to avoid a disastrous strike thu demands were Dado or lace llvokwlth on Ills WABIUNOTON During a controversy In tho IIOUHU over tho lard bill Beck of New tried to strike of Rvpruseiituttvu of Now wus between thorn and Wllnon wua not of pullod Iljokwlth buck In uutit tvud Uuokwlth Btruuk at liiin Several othtor ineinliuni Interfered uud the coinhiitantH woro Kejmraled buforu my Injury A Mlnu the leavy rulua Tutwduy night the Mammoth ml companys lulno oil thn Hetvlckley wiw flooded with Ouu uflii In known lo huve IHUII drowned In ho and oUiuru uru yet j kjvonil inuliw weru and tho wine projiorty WUH greatly roporty along the 8uwlokluy valloy wan liuoxt totally di8troye 1 and the loss will HI Aiiutlior AttHvk nn Vlro Mamhal In hU annual ojiunly vharijiii an I Iullsh J with Ixjlug In mill airtti thu liiHurauce m huforu the fact or utcxiptluif rlnkx from He who ovorlusuie for tho HtUto of the Tried to Lynch an Worlds I Troy special Buys John a i striker ou tho who rolimml to nyn Biiico fired three shots from ruin into u crowd of Htrlkors at thn Mmllrton Ht rett Htntloii None of the shots took Ho WIIH auil wliilci on the wny to Jnll n crowd tried lo tnki him from thu pullue to lynch llio jirfllcu tincrowd buck with The cxcliuineut Is lu toiiHo mid further troulile Is Mollus suya he UrcI the HtioLs In Helfdo A TnuiHportuUiiu most gigantic Hcliiimu uvcr proponed In with the uluxle fxcoptlon of tljut of tho Canadian In uhout to engage a very lurije wharu of puhllo The I scheme in lo hutlii a rnlhniy uiujtwitrd I from Quuliun Home HJO lullca lo ChnrloH l bay yi iliu Unlirmlor from which point luryo lire expected to make tho to Mllford Iu In tlircn Mid n lutlf lly this route R In nald that mul perish able i nu ho currlou from Chicago to Itomlou Inside of seven niudii TWII to NKW Kdward auud The New Yorker miiJu n delurmluud ef fort to fummU Hiilclile Hu ilrst took IhU proving luelfeu hu ublkiil uligut tlio arms unH fo uid Iu was bleuillng llu Hllll duolares that lio will li liad been drinking Fur Hrnyrnu f Oil Wire and Cocoa Ladies like to see tho Newest and Finest in Hfouse Decorations The HOWEL 1 nm now prevailing for IMCost a Uro and variol slpck of In all which I am prepared up tilt GUARANTEEING i oasNlvely nf I A Perfect Reasonable Hates and Complete   

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