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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 29, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON DAILY TELE VOLUME FRIDAY AUGUST N072 Pencil and Ink An onilloss variety at lowest More tnun 60 of tlio most popular shades For Paper Beginners Mate Jlook explaining the USES OIT on Third and Piasa The Ever POPULAR Sheet Boo CHOICE SELECTIONS OAUKVUIXY AHHANGKI KO BECHNNBF fTEACH AND FOK THW VISK Of ERS Olf TilK PIANO AND Lhopstlck Lulli Fly Away Gertrude Dream Impatlenco Itanjo In Jack Frosts Moment Playful Uugslan Grand Star of Affection Shower ol llosos Wreath THE The Stepping by Sidney VOCAL AND INSTULJMICNTAL IOC a OUR SPECIAL TERMS 10c Per 25c for 3 50o for 7 Copies for 15 Catalogue FREE on Applica or Mailed FttEE to any Third and Piasa II Tickets Nominated by Repub licans and A TRIBUTE TO FARMERS Ready Mixed Paints Oils AGENTS FOR TIIE Louia Varnish Fine VARNISHES and Charter Oak Stoves and Ranges Black Diamond and Asbestos Building ing Lift and Spraying Now Homo and White Scwiug Machines Agents for the Farm I LINE See tho Best KOAD CART the World for Hardware and Farm REDUCTION SALE OF SUMMER SUITS AND PANTALOONS TO PERFECT FIT AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED AT BRUEGGEMAN Successor to ArtUHo Tailoring and Gents Furnishing Goods 221 plasa Incllnnn Democrats Nominate tar Secretary of Mayor Peek Hetuta the Domoorntlo Ticket In Wl cousin nnil Michigan llfl publlciinii Select Jiunes Turner u Tliolr Standard Bearer SynopiU of the The Demo crnlic convention WHS called to order in TomlitiHon hull at 10 oclock Thursday morning by Chairman Jewett of thu state who immediately mimmncod exGovernor Isnac Qrny as Thirteen hundred nnd three delegates oc cupied seats on tho while the lob bies nnd gnllurios were filled with a larger crowd of mocrats thaw lias been gathered together in this stato tor many Governor on taking the spoke for over an dealing principally with state His refer ence to exPresident Cleveland was re ceived with tremendous A res olution was adopted to make tho state central committee a permanent elected every two years Jacksons The first ballot for secretary of state resulted Claude 583 K18s Bfutthewg Before the second ballot Clark and Mo Lain were On the second bal lot Claudo Matthews received 834 and on motion of his chief opponent the nomination was made Matthews Is the most extensive farmer in Indiana and his nomination Is something of a tribute to the Farmers The other nominations were as follows for stata Albert of Indian opolis for auditor of Hender of Howard county for Judge of preme Joseph of Elk hurt The The which is very was received with great On na tional subjects it says the Democracy of In con vention assembled for the first time sines the memorable contest of when we went down in but not overcome by the shameless methods of Dudloyism and the blocks of do sol emnly declare That the Democratic vote of Indiana was obtained for Harrison and Morton by the most flagrant crimes against tho bal lotbox ever perpetrated in an American commonwealth that these crimes wore committed under the direct auspices of William Wade then and now treasurer of the national Republican com and by the procurement and con nivance of Republican loaders in this stnte and the nation that the administration of Menjumin Harrison has made itself an accessory after the fact to those crimes by shielding the criminals from pnnisbmvnt and nven by rewarding them for their knavery and that the brazen prostitution of the machinery of the government court of Foruth district of Indiana by its judge and attorney to the service and pro tection of these conBptratori against the suffrage constitutes the most infamous chapter in the judicial annuls of the re We denounce the tariff monopolists for their efforts to perpetuate themselves in power by measures inconsistent with free institutions and contrary to good We find in the force election the bill creating rottenborough and the McKinley tariff bill the open man ifestation of a gigantic conspiracy of the minority to oppress a groaning people with additional burdens of taxation for private benefits and to fasten it on the country In such a way that the people can not free themselves from the galling The platform denounces the election bill passed by the It would nullify the Andrews elcpt Ion law now in force in It indorses the acts of the lost Indorses tho course of Senators Voorhoes and and favors the abandonment ot the system of fees and perquisites in the payment of stato and county CHOSE PECK FOR Wisconsin Democrats Nominate Him for The Demo cratic state convention hold here Wednes day excelled in point of attendance and any similar in which of this staU evir partici It was held in tho Dijou Opera which was packed at ovory sessloTi from parquet to of Four man were put in nomination for governor George Qauo William and John It took six ballots to question and resulted in fa vor of Peck was sent and being found in a remarkable nhort made an addrost in which he him self to be a valiant warrior of Democracy and do nil in his power to desorvo the honor which had been paid to After tha Jubilee occasioned by Pecks speech had subsided the convention got down to business again and nominated a lieutenant There only two candidates in tho Carl of and Thouiiu of The llrst ballot resulted In tho oholoo of JOIWH by a vote of 180 to Jonas wax formerly contmt at Prague and has held many ollloos In hla own The convention then adjourned until 9 oclock Thursday The on tlio JloimoU The platform U thoroughly Democratic OH national Issues and thu following on thu Uunnett law Pwi Bunnett law la a local manifestation of the nettled Itepub llcnn policy o Favoring laws providing for dhe compulnory attend ance ut school of we uttllovo that the school law lu force prior to the passage of the HonnaU law guaranteed to aJl children of the iHM opportunity for and in lute eautwtial feature wiw stronger thoji the Hunnutt The underlying principle of thu Buunott law iiowileas IntorferoiiGU with paternal rights and of The pro vlHUnw for lib enforcement plaoo the no ouwMi at the weruy of the school and deny bU right to trial by jury and according to the luw of the To roHttk thin tyrannical invasion of Individ ual and constitutional thu ttlmllow pies of dflhuu of BugllKh language U largely peopled with foreignborn demonstrates tho fact that natural causes and the necessities of the situation are ad vancing the growth of the English Inn gunge to the greatest possible denounce that law as unneces unamerl and and demand its Tho ItalBnoe of the The convention reassembled shortly after 0 oclock Thursday morning nnd after nominating the balance of thn state ticket The following Is the biluncu of the ticket Secretary of Thomas Chlppcwa Fulls state John Euu Claire attorney Jnmes Madison state Appletou Jtailroad Thouiai Trempealeau insur ance Sheboy MICHIGAN Jiitnm of Nominated for Thurs day morning the temporary Van Zile rapped tho Republican state con vention to After prayer the chair man of tho comuilttoe on credentials re Tho committee on organization announced Austin Blair B3 perma nent and James of Bay permanent Chair man Blair made a brief speechon taking the The platform was then Applause followed the routine praise of the Harrison and the sil ver plank was received by Other wise the document was received in a per functory Nomination of candidates for governor being John Hoi of presented the name of James of and Judge of nominated John of Turner received the nomi nation on the first Synopsis of the The platform commends Harrisons ad the course of Speaker Reed mil that ot the senators ajid representa tives of Michigan in congress declares for a free ballot and fair count indorses the silver bill and Governor Luces ad Changes in the state tax laws are favored so as to have all property not exempted bear the burden Commends the course the pirty in temperance and reaffirms the position of the party us expressed In pre vious platforms on the temperance qnes tion opposes the issue of free passes to members of tho legislature and all other public and urges the passage of laws inflicting heavy penalties for the ceptanceor offereneoof The in riff plank favors such revision of our national tariff biwa that will protecft laborers und farmers against ruinous com petitions of foreign production and pew and espociaUy commends those features of tho MclCiuley bill which provide for tho protection of farm prod ucts as well as manufactured South Uukotit Journals special siiyas The Repub lican statu convention reassembled Thurs day The committee on resolu tions reported and there was a small row over the prohibition but it was finally The platform Indorses Harrisons administration and Governor pledges the party to all meas les that will develop agricultural re asks tho government to assist in the establishment of an expansion of the currency to moot the demands of an increasing fa vors protection against rninons foreign indorses the disability pension bill and the Australian ballot and pledges tho party to a strict Inforcement of the prohibitory law now in The convention nominated Governor Mellette and Congressman Picklcr and substituted John of foi Congressman third party Prohibition state convention met in this city The afternoon was apent in listening to short addresses from noted Prohibition the even ing the convention was addressed by Clara president of the Missouri Womans Christian Temperance Upon reassembling Thursday of was nominated for governor by acclamation George Wood a colored was unanimously choseii for lieutenant governor Charlea for secretary of state for auditor for state treasurer Judge for at torney general for commission nnd Mary for state superintendent of Iiluho Democratic BoiSK The Dem ocratic state convention completed ita ticket Wednesday as follows Secretary of of Shoshone of Owyhle of Ada attorney Johnson superlntendeul of public ol Nezporees Justces of tho supreme Maxwell of Ensign of and of The convention then lleiimnliiKteil to Joseph Cannon was renomiuated foi congress by the Republicans of too Fit teunth Engineer BealiUd to At fi oclock Thursday morning an Incoming freight train on the Lake Erie and West ern railroad orusliod into an engliw standing lu the yards in this Tht train luid got beyond control ot tho and ciiine down a grade at a terrific raXe of Engineer Amos oi this was scalded to He a wife and WILLIAMS Thurs day was Republican day at tho grangers national and including many active Republican poli were At 2 oclock in the afternoon Republican candidate for tie llmred u stirring address on tha issuou ol tjyie Prluiw IliiyK Guorgu was Cino of the players In a spirited garni of polo ut tho Riding grounds Wodnusday botwwun ollliHirii of thw army and His vide the army tiium winning liy a twore of I to llfoliu tin Mile A Number of Men on the Lake Shore Go CAUSE OF THE LATEST Several Men urged They Would Not On 11 tlin Stock Tlio Night Men Quit Work tm1 Are Followed liy tlie lny of Them Ilotnrn to Work Lutor nt Super intendnnt Aniadens switch in the employ of tho Lako Shore road went on a strike Wednesday night completely tying up all the business of the road as far as Chicago was Tim triiulile grown out of the slock Jards Superintendent took a crow of men down to the st yards Wednesday JUKI Iwfore reachingthere the men quit and left their emiinus standing on tho titno afterward an other crew wns but abandoned the engines nt Forty ihlrl Woti the night shift go to work they learn ed that Superitiundvut Awsden had dis charged all the Iliu who hud left their en Walked Out In H They immediately exiled a moetjng and the men in thu yards nt Twelfth Fortythird and Englewood walked out lu a A general meeting was called at the cornur of Sixtythird street and Indiana and a com munication was drawn up and addressed to in which it was stated that tlte men would return to work when Ihosa who had boon dis charged were To this com mutiiciilioji Superintendent Amsden re plied Hint tho m MI ha I been discharged for rtf using to perform their Ou receipt of this news tho strike was de Some Stuud by tlio Out of tho twentythree engines that should be working in Lako Shore and Michigan Southern yarns Thursday tlireo were at The passenger trains weru all running on About bixty switchmen belonging to both the night and the day forces of the Luke Shoro road held a conference Thursday Superintendent Amsden who wns prestnt explained to the men the circumstances under which the uighl force struck Wednesday and asked them whether they intended to stand by the company or the Thirtyfour of the sixty men present decided to side with the Two engines then sent to Packingtovvn to do tho work needed Will Not Tho warwlioou clement asserted Itself early In the meeting of tho switchmen Wednesday evening at and at first it looked aa though a general strlkfi would be declared wiih a But tho calm advice ot conservative spir such as Grand Organizer and other lesser ointutl ollt to those present that the strlku of the switchmen at the stock yards was not begun in the proper manner and therefore could not receive tho support of the federated train The Alton A new force of switchmen is at work in the Chicago and Alton yards undar police protection and considerable freight is bo ing Many of tho Alton strikers now claim that they are not dissatisfied with tho appointment of Welch as fore man and are they struck at Arthur Scores NEW letter is Ktvcn out addressed by Chief Arthur to a local engineer in which Powderly is se verely Arthur maintains that the engineers are justified In their neu tral he accuses members of t lie Brotherhood of Locomotive Eugtneersof taking tho places of striking If that is truu the division of which they are members will deal with It isuot within the prov inco of my authority to deal with Individ ual gltunttoii nt Now NKW All was quiet nt the Grand Central depot and all trains were leaving and arriving on schedule At Webbs ofllce It was stated that reports from along the road declared that freight was moving rupldly and that matters wore about lu their normal Powderly Is still at the Cloud Ho refused to SUICIDE OF A YOUNQ She Wttlkn Out Into tlio a Drowns Kate daughter of tlio Puss of a former professor lit college and pastor of the ISpls copal committed suicide Wedncs day afternoon by wading out into tho The act wns witnessed by persons on but when tho young womin was taken from thu lake WIIH Tho rumutuH conveyed to tlio resi dence ot tlio pastor of Knmnuil Episcopal wliuso family Passmoro hud been vlrlltng since lost The young woman was buliig treated for nervous Her brother committed suicide two months dgs and her friends endeavored to ki tho news from but dayschool pluulo last week nho of his lUmlh from a sorap of newapupoi that had lieon wmppod around a This MHimid to pruy upon her rnliid mid U HUpposuil to havu luftiuiHcud her In tak lug tho faliil Htrcot Cur collision occurred between an open oleutrlo street cur and a Rtoam rollur lerullng tlio strout at tho Junction of Uuticou tdroot May fcitaMi road Wednesday The car was flllod with Huvonil uf whom wore AWOHH tlimu wore JUIIIOK unklu dlHloontud Kllu of right shotildor dlnlocHtud Mlsj Ida leg badly bruised Harklns and of bruUeil ami Art iuyJiiK Ioor Niitloiial tuiitf a dispatch which that rupldly in tlmt ruulon Imniuwo of thu lit Only lu A BK Thick with Water in House Largo In SplriHikl Handy to at a MUST BE 310 Belle AIR FURNACES II ART AJSTD SOFT To our friends would say we are now prepared to put in and re pair old Satisfaction in every onse naces always on PITTS 315 BKLIJS ITS NO iiis That our STOCK is the MOST COMPLETE ever brooglit to We can show jou Something New as often as you call n Rag or Body Brussels Art Dado or Lace or TTTfcTT 1Z3fr CSf CJ CdrSSiB Fur Smyrna Oil Wire and Cocoa Ladies like to see the Newest and Finest in House The Easiest way to see them in to Call frequently at our whether you wish to buy or 1 1 urn now reewviti a laro and varied stock of lu ail tfca prevailing for Spring wliicb I am prepared to intke up IB GUABANTEKING A Perfect Reasonable Kates and Complete 112 Third   

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