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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - September 2, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALTON LALLY TELEGRAPH.  VOLUME 30.  ALTON, ILL,, TUESDAY EVENING, SEPi'EMBEB 2  1890.  LABOR S Bill HOLIDAY.  How It Was Observed in the D.fferent Cities.  ^ v u,,y ,0 ’ w     ■»  mTiCI » m     w#r *    <*•**»•»«*  feiXw*    of    St    Paul,    and  n Uliatn Kern pie* of Chicago.  TWO PARADES IN NEW YORK CITY.  (turin*** Kuapeaded an.I th# City Olv M  0##r to tho (enjoyment af tho Toller*— ^*** PafMw I allowed by Piratic*—Chi* •"*"  4  No Ho. Two I ll enroot Par od ca—  Mow tho Umf Woo Spent at Ro*G>* and  Elsewhere.  At tho (Jtiakar City.  PH I LADS LPH id, Sept. k-Labor Day wa. celebrated in a befitting mao nor. While It ta not generally recognised aas  I'm a T ny   l  on » ,nM, »    banka.  mills and factories wen* closed and th#  jwopl# omployed In them attended th* ▼anotia otic brat tuna.  TUE PML SON,  NO 75  And the Trick He Played on a Wealthy Man.  ROBBED OF CASH AND JEWELRY.  A Bargain.  The r,er ^Q c   POPULAR  Pencil and Ink Tablets,  An endleaf variety at loweet prl< et.  (More than SO of the moat popular shade*)  For Paper Flowers.  Sheet Music,  (< UA*. J, I UCG ICN HA KT, Hole Arent.)  CHOICE SELECTIONS  CA HE PIJ ELY AHU AM.KU fly BEOFHSFr ANO KOU THU CHK OK TEAM?  EIS Or IHE  PIANO AND ORGAN.  B aginners’ Outfits, Materials, Etc., Etc.,  Book explaining the  UH KH OP’ TI HS UK.  FREE  on application  Third and Piasa sis.  UTO*. ILI.  I Imps tick Waite, by...........  Fly Away Galop, by  ......  Gertrude Bream Walla, by... Impatience (Banjo Galop),by  In Ut# auashlne, by... . .......  Jack Kroet’s March, by  Moment Musical, by ....  I‘la? rut Honda, by Kutaian Grand March, by -taro# Affection Maiurka.hy Shower of Ko*#* Galop, by...., "  M  Waits, by  Wreath Waits, by  ......  Ac.. go.. ac., 4c,  .... Ile I.ulli   Maili*,  Beethoven.  . streabbog  ... I^nge. • * ♦. Knight  . ..schubert   Greene.   Krancl*  Hartmann  streabbug  .... Gleae,  Ac.  THE LATEST.  The Sapping Stone, by  Sidney Rosenfeldt.  VIM Al. AMU I MST Al MENTAL) loc a Copy.  OUR SPECIAL TERMS:  10c Per dopy.  25c for 3 Copies.  50c for 7 Copies* $1.00 for 15 Copies.  CHtalotfiif Kl CKK on A|>i»1Ich~ lion, or >la I led PRU to  Mm  Adtlrenn.  (ta J. Degenhart,  Third and Piisa sit. * Alton. II  new Your, Sept. I-The general appearance of the street a Monday would have letn like Sunday were it not for th* numerous bodle* of workingmen tanking their way through the streets with band* to join one of th* two parados with which Ij*bor Day wa*, celebrated. Almost every •tore, and ail public buildings, bank*, •tc., were cl wed. The day wa* perfect for A holiday, th* weather being clear and •ooh I he interest of the vast ti ii rn tier* of spectators which began gathering on the sidewalks from early morning was divided I att kwd two labor parades and two labor picnics. This was the first time In th* history of tits day that labor in this city baa been in Blick a disorganised condition that mem hers of various labor faction* were not willing to forget personalities and animosities and Join hands in tha  holiday ° f 0rB * D, * ,d l '^> r ’ a  • pedal  Th# Central Leber Ca lea.  This year, aa In past years, tbs Central Labor union took the load in organic lag union* of this atty for the parade and picnic In Its procession were five dirk Iona of the federation of labor onions and ria of ilia trade districts and local amrm-,"  of  Knigbta of Labor Other union* and Knight* of Labor strikers of Mw Central also joined the parade at the Net moment In a division by themselves The procession moved principal y on tho wast aide of the city to Union to anre •here ll was reviewed by prominent labor leaders.  Central La bar Federatl**.  The parade of the Central labor federa Mon wa*  ( *o the east side The Cloak ma k rn union bod the right of the line aud Professor T. H Oars ids lend the csosk-  . marshal. About A,UU! paroled.  I hts p .r ide was divide I into five sections and ennobled of organisations tied# Hated under the head* of clothing trade* food producers, tobacco workers, building trades, aud miscellaneous sectione Both PAKades w. r* followed by picnics with •peaking, athletic garage ain. Bever*! iff tit* theater* gam special labor day matt ne*** and numerous programs of sports of various kind* wore arranged br >*»*»(  organisation*  Al 4Am«ha.  omaha, Nab., Sept. I—Eight thousand Bien were in cha I .at bor Day parade. Business was Mi-p -nded in nearly all lines.  A CROWD OF ROUGHS.  They Attempt ta Mob a Tamale —nut Mall  Clnb.  NKW Yoke, Sept i- T ha Chicago IV male base ball club, known aa the Black Stocking*, made their appearance in Wee-haw ken Sunday. There were IU,OOO people present and they were a rough lot The gen.# began all right, but It ended in a riot. I be bowls from this city only run •▼ary hour but they were crowded to the water’s edge for hours before tho game was called. Th# opponents of the fair ones were the mealier* of a crack ama tour team, known as tbs Allerton* When Die girl* went to bat first the crowd ▼Leered enthusiastically, but when Kitty Grant, wh.rcnrored second base, knocked  21b     lh *     n,,>b     bowled  with dedgbt. The game went on for  •even Innings, when tim score was -Aileron* ii, Black Stockings, A The girls bad made some good playa, including a  Jig her 0  *  C * U fa by U * 7   Ha I sod Cat a Generally.  .J?*..™??'  hoWrT »L •« incllnsd to jn*F IM girls, as it did not upset anything more than a burlesque Finally th# crowd rushed into the field, over-turning everything In the way. Th# pier -era Were surrounded. L*ft-fi#ld#r Aile* (avpicked up a tot aud wielded it with such good effect that Several of ber persecutors Went away with sore banda Th# ▼vat of the girl. folio wet .ult, while I to mob rushed in on all aldea A riot was narrowly averted by the girts, who fougbt their way to tbs carriages with th* bats I heu the people ma-lr a dive down tbs toward tha ferry. Children Were trampled under foot, v* onwn fainted, and young girls ac ism mod rbckeU were puked, clothes t.wn, sud many other ca usltk. reworded. but no one was seriously Injured.  Levi Mayer, a Wealthy CU.—* mf Free-■nanstawn, Ta, Victimised by a Man Wha Maimed To Ila HI* Lea* Le* raw -Dragged .„d Rohlred by th* Unseal end a ( anGdarate—Th* Old Mao Pro*, t rated Over the A Ta lr.  Fhkkmwstowx, I*.i , Rcpt r-Uri Moyer, a wealthy cit loan, bn* I wan vie tUnited out of Ii,UUU in cash, two deeds of valushle property, and rn gold watch worth f-JflO Moyer, Iii* wife, sud bis son Henry composed the family Henry was wayward, and at the age of is mysteriously disappeared Eighteen yea** pssaed, no word was receive tram him and he WB* finally giveu up for dc*.I A few days ago, however, a w. il-dr. --J man arrived hers and inqu r d for Levi Moyer. An hour later he wss rn their arm*, welcomed as thor long duet *->* Th# news  I [OB E  UiSf'J2iiaJ ValJ,l) W,th Wa,er   LOT eoxiao.  -—n*    *    UM    urn!  Of tin* prodt**!’* ivtur:i npj .ti tknmafc-  •ut (Ae village an I he ob* Tomised aud  THE DAY ELSEWHERE.  Ready Mixed Paints I Oils  A True*** ma sad Picot* at CtnetwnnSF-Tan I ii on.aud In Lino.  CINCINNATI, Sept. 3 - Tbs tradea and labor or Mils Ilion* of the city made greet preparations for celebrating the day in a grand street parade and picnic. All of th* courts were closed. mid many fao-toriee suspend-d work to allow tbe em ploy#* ac. opportunity lo take part in tbs pars*!#. At IU o'rluek fully IU,OOO wa coworker* mumbled at Garfield plaos sud formed In line, bended by o baud of muaie and three companies of th# city polio*  Im  Weary Ueargr Itrlnrns.  NW YORI, KepL 3 —Henry George reached hero- early Monday morning by the »ieamar Berri* Delegates from the Bingle Ta* dun met Mr George a* th* p er and extruded him a cordial welcome lo nihil I ion lo tha appointe! delegate* a J irge number of Single Tnt mao marched »2 * y  ™ mt ,h * ,r     Aa    soon    as  */•    **• OO *hv bridge the  .single lax men sent up a cheer of we! «»m* Mr. George informed his friends that he f,.|t tried after bls voyage and oeeilwl a few hours’ leat Mr George was prc-eni at the conference of the H ugl# lax mon In the afternoon  RGKNT8 FOR TUE-  st Lout. Varnish Co. ;    ,    VAR.NISIIRS    sud    JAPANS.  ■Wtarter Oak Slows and Ranges  5TiL£? , ts    furs K ‘" ,An *- " uiwiB ''    *«•-  Win,a    v    * mi    8 l ,r *y ,Q K    New    Home  boti Whit* Sewiug Maehinto; f-’iO each. Amenta for lim  Celebrated Stndebaker Farm Waeoos.  —FINK LINK OF—  Cams. Boi» and Sjno? lapis  so. th. But HOAD GAUT th. void for no.  EK. '  and three tom pan lea of tha city  t »li department, under command of Hupariu-tendeat Deli rich. The line of march was  through th** pHoclptl do wa town itrtnu thence to th* hill Pips, where the afternoon and evonlng was devoted to n grand  IllUfilr- ^Uaneaaan a AtioA *_a We on*  e~ —•—m Mw ^ Ai MIU ig m Mr ana Hic. 'Representative Joha P. Green of Leland, author of the hill making the first Monday in Heptombar a legal hob.  day. waa the orator of tbs day and dellv-sred an address at I o’clock in the after  noon.  A Groat Time at Seaton.  Bf wmif, Hopi 3. —Monday the organised workingmen of Beaton celebrated their fifth annual bol day. Th* features «4 th* observance wore similar to thus* of pro. ▼Iona years, emf.racing a parade, picnics and sports. Th* parade formed at t o clock in Copely square nod marched lo four.II visions to Pnetoflk* square, where ll was re vie wed by Chief Marshal R a Fanning and dismissed. The first division included District 30. Knights of Labor ascend, Ilia < astral Labor union; third.' th# Amalgamated Building    Trad se  council, and fourth, the Carpenter's instr in council. Th* procession presented • awe ■Pl***ranee, and all along th* rout*  w “ t»relv#d with warns applause by the crowd* of spectators which fined lh# slda walks In tbs afternoon various labor organiietlomi had picaina, and several of them tod banquet* lo th# evening  •»««»«# Cooley'• Mil* I>*a4.  Ast AunuR. Mich., Sept. 3 — Mrs Thomas M Cooley, tbs wife of the choirman of th# inter state commerce ootumission, died hare Sunday morning, aged 60 yrara. Tha eau** of bar death waa canoer of the atom ac It, with which eke bod been suffering several months Mn Cooley •na nearly aa well known as her hustemd throughout Michigan Aa early aa IHHU ■be waa appointed n member of th* board of managers of th. .rate Industrie.! set,.*,I fig girl* by Governor Jerome, and ooa-tluued to carve as prraident of that board continuously Motte. Uhs Moves six chi*.  un* ii  KL Taal tlr.Him lajuroa.  HT. Pail. Rcpt t~AI Alf Mooday morning a firs wa* iguHwl In a kitchen of a house on Benison street, whet* a gaso line stove waa used. and th* department called to put it out While th* firemen were in the room endeavoring to .mother tha spreading of tho llamas, the go*.. I in* stuve exploded aud asrloualy burned four of tbe firemen Lieut Dynes *•« badly burned and will probably die, -Second Aw  klltfinl / ... .bt I...... a _iii a . .  ar  w  —ay W*W, t-raPt  sistan^Cook buried, wtll prutobly bu dis-* Anti  ^™    pm  flgu mi fur lif«, Truck rn am McArthur Cspt. Conway slightly bu rued bruised.  The Pay at Ckteage  (Tut AUO, 8*(ii. 3.-Fully lo.uuo marched to the ii . usl* of th* caus* of labor In Chicago The main parade and pica Ie waa nuder the joint auspices of the Chlcawu Trad* and Labor aseembly and the Central tabor union The Knlghta of Labor  -----J  aa. aa M ae*  w  VVI    .    »»* r «*»d    .w    a.OUO    .tr-ng  ardware aixl Farm Machinery, Alton, III J« ,r Adfrt  * S ta,rM   *trlka To Morrow fog American Fair Piny. A tiuinber of the directors of the world’s fair, tha mayor and aldermen, Judges, and other dignitaries occupied the ruck wing stand.  REDUCTION SALE  TIV* Thousand la  HT I a ii is, Sept. I-labor Day wa* nbasrved iii a becoming mauoer in this  Thle Meppeaed la Ohio.  OtHOHHATt, O. Hr pc fi.-J. a  0 ruun, tbs colored representative from Cl#v*lanti, wha secured (he passage of th* bill making th* find Monday la He pram ber. Labor Day, a legal holiday, arriwd Sunday and waa receive.! by a committee The* com mitt** took Green around to all th* botel*, bat none would receive him on account of bk color Finally he secured iodgiug at a cheap restaurant ftaqueuted only by color, d people. Th# matter bas created a sensation among tbs working men.    ^  made th** center of attraction ai the so-elal gatherings got up in bouor of bk re turn.  Arrival af the KeHeer.  Henry said that bs nates from California un a vteH and to indue* his parents, if pesliile, to dispose of their property and go back with him He p,ld toe .tory of  bk wanderings aud how he acvumulate.1  wealth The overjoyed father awaited with great anxiety the arrie .I of hi* son’s partner, whom Henry expected. Boh had corn# east to teat a scheme w brie by they expected to realise a Inrge sum Several toys Ilater tin penner C, n.rg# U rig. ar-fl.' # .J *****  u '* u     liHio#*4  Hie rather to go into the, ncheiae, ta* p*r Ucnlnrs of which Could not ihvu b- made pnidlc. 1T>* fat her said to had fib*) m the bouse sod two deeds up ut which he •uuid rake a good sum.  Krwpw##4 Aeelher Orti.k  Th* trio decided to start for Call for da h two day# Friday night about a  0  intimate friends ssMsmbied at Moyer's lo have arn gut of pleasur. before tlw genii*-niHH dei artal. Siiortlr after nu blight the party <Jis;.erseJ H fore Henry su i bis partner wen' to tl»H' room they pro posed another dr,«*. |j. *.    |    »^. f|   put In the I nj nor pi*,u.r#.l for Moyer and hi- wife an I in a sour. time th.-y arr* in adeep stupor. To* two p-trtiiers, who •rara desperadoes, then brike open the little mm **'* where Moyer’s money Bod other va)(iiibl«. were kept. After na •fck hg th* bouw thoroAghly th# ’Xah-•orntaue” de;iarted  I used la a teepee.  Home of the gentlemen who had prom teed tv era the party off cs! ie I ai »«* house curly in the m..r„i„g  !ll(  | , ou-1  Ut* door w de open Not sering any one around lucy grew «uspiMo«ts It th ., dawned upon them for th* lir»t tim* that Moyer wa* th* Vi.-.nu .rf a por of e.n.-J dene* men They found th* a I coe-d-lying on she floor in a stop.,, »,„l med.cal aid was Bu miaoued. Wheu Mover nu I his wife awek* aud realised what Im I im pin* nrd they BroV* d.»wn oninpletely, The) say I hair bry would never have com nutted sooh a d.*ed, I Hit whetter or not th* return id p.-.«l»gai we. really their son •en net Im lea ’n .st,  MUST BE SOLD.  Dorsey & Mann  *^19 Belle street.  WARM AIR FURNACES!  ( I A TA I -W a  ___ ________  HARD ANI) SOKf COAL.  £-SS-S s " , =5’«S!aai kss*  ret* ira ai the I tee Se SttCLHT, Iowa, Sept. &—Htrnnge animals fell from the clouds during a rainstorm the other .lay, and four of th* specimen* were kept by a fish-,tenter. They hOtesthing like a ll tar. I, have four bg. Mine number of flngvrs and tem as sn •Higater. . q rally happy in water u- out of it Un* of them walked across the store Beat s. lively aa a cricket, and on being returned to water swam equally well Another thing about them, they ars changing their personal appearance beu captured each had a row of fruit, era, or somethin < like It, around th* throat, or win*re tha gilts ought Ut I* The## have disappeared and I toy have changed or abel their skin* aud are now becoming spoiled.  PITTS ic HAMILL,  ^ Ii LM I I.S * UWlse a aa  315 HELLK HTRKKT.  Teed wet .a* ta the Haeheye mete. Hamiltun, O, Sept. A—Th* colored Baptist ooh grv ga ti. hi st Oxford k toro up over a row occasioned by th* alleged voo-dtioiug of th* pastor. Rev Alford, by one of the maiden* of his flock The miuU’er sought the aldol • Cincinnati riairvoy. ant to rid himself of the spell, but with out avail Th# matter developed into a tow of Mg dimensions, th# euugreg aion being divided into two factions Tho feel lug became so bitter that the pastor resigned, but his friends Mug in the nra fMity to* church refused to accept th* resignation  IT S NO SECRET.  Wn caT^K^r  ST °u K lH  } he MOflT  OOyiPUmt ever brought to Alton VNe onu abow you Hometh ng New m often aa you onil Idk^  city, many fat-torte* and wholasaia hot  — -----de*    ais    ho    usee  •being in order that their em ploy rn mi Jht •aa clear and  OF  SUMMER SUITS AND PANTALOONS  MALK TO OHDKR  PEBFECT FIT im SiTISPACTIOH GUABAKT  an J.*) t he .lay I to weather -a-..  w mmu  perfect. At midday shoat 1,000 members of different trades unions foe mad In procession and after parading toe principal  : st rev t* ut the busine** section of th* city marched to suburban parks, where th* day was spent in picnicking, ga cee »#d  la Ikteaing to speeches hr local orator*.  Warm Mortgagee la Haase*.  T«.p««a, Keo , Sept t —Tbs capitol print# eommaatmtfcm* from th* clerks at foity thre# district court* which show that ta their counties far tbs first six months of Itek) there have been 1,108 for# cloettran of farm mortgage*—or about twenty flv* to cecil county. On the sam* tosie th* total for the IM counties in the state would reach 3,630, or about **,Qub <wu Mauy of toe foreciosaras ar* im un occupied lands bought ap aud mortgaged for what they would sail for on speculation.    ’  —AT—  BRUEGGEMAN BRO  (Su .cessor to A, Brueggeinan*)  Artist ic Tiilo. r*g and Gtnt • Furnishing Goods Emporium  221 ria*** Htreet.  S,  It nigh I* DM Met Term Oat. i'lTirilt la., tope A—Labor Bay was fittingly celebrated ta thk city by a strate parade of abote T.U00 man to tbs fore noon. nod a mass meeting of workingmen with their fsmiliee ta Ute Allegheny parks la toe afternoon. The ut na* aw* ting was add reeled by vnrions orators of local prominence. Th* Knights of lAthor or gnu nu: .on. were offended hcrAiis* I bra were not officially invited to partkdpal* sad did ate ta rn oak  Labor T roe bl a. to A a* (rail*.  MSLSuuakA Hep*. 1~Tlte excitement *v#r th* strike of seamen, miner* and other workingmen is incraaaing and th* situation is growing tours ssriuua Th# enure poi lo* faro* nod one thousgad sp*o  Cl cnatat>l*. were on duty |q tbj« city, aday but tha labor demonstration passed off quietly. There were so,(WO asea *« toe proeesiion, rrpesecnting nil th*  At MU ar en baa.  MavAriKg, Wk, Sept * - Th* lahiff Mg antral tone of to* (toy utoerrad artisan’* day with a prno—sion and speahtog at booting park. Abote I,«k> man wsr* I to th* parade aud anay wagon, sad i represent tog vaitoas tradte and In  Aa Iowa Town Fir* •«*#■*.  I*rWA CiTf, Iowa Sept. t -Fire Sunday bight almost totally destroyed th* town of Oxford, west of tote atty. Nearly all to# bm I ii ens part and mauy private met dam*-# were burned. Th* poet offio*. the bank cud uisqy other buiidiugn were d# strojred. I he fire was uadonbtly inoco-dtary —toe fire toll rope haling been cut The loas k estimated at from RA OUI) to IOU,Quo  A Very Bluntly l‘a*ssg*.  Hkuli'c. Sept. S—Th* imperial yacht Mohan sui tern ha i a very stormy passage on returning from Russia. The vessel narrowly e*r*,„ri colliding with a lightship am) her deck houses end stanchions ?•*? d*mag«d Th* yacht pitched sn liadly that tbs Bailor, w#r» h irtei from their h moi-ak* and many of them r*«wlv. •si severe bnke. aud other injurie*. Sot withstand iii 4 lh* en I real ie* of hk office nu th# em|<erur romaine! un deck during the vary wont of the storm.  Died aa the Train.  Busto I tun »x. His, Us pi 3 -Curtis Mubiuevn was sent to th* penitentiary fur five jeers from thk county in |sg f or  hilling a ira rap. KneuUy tis* prison physician arri de I tost ha had quick con •it rn pl ion and count live but a few day# Governor Fifer pardousd him Hatnrday and Munday he kft th* penitouttory for home in company with hk mother Before reaching thk city he died on the train  CARPETS!  rapedrj.    Hody liruHHelft  Ingrain,    Art Squares,  Rag or Hemp.  HNT CURT A TTVci.  Iludo or Plait!,    | /IIC « or Porlier.  I1\T RtTO-Ss lur Moqnette,    Smyrna A Oriental.  Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocoa Mats.   li . k ’  W  *** } h “  Xe »*»l »nil FimiM la HOU* Deourstiene. TK.  SSSt    x+z "J 0 c *"  A. J. HOWELL  SPR ITG M TS.  Killed Mi* Little May.  Bait Lax*. Utah, Rapt &-Bimow hfeKrtiBie, residing arar I andia*, Utah, Marted out to shute coy ut** Hkgua was ateideotailv discharged sod tha hall killed bk link boy and badly wounded bk wife.  A Keen Worth Sl oe*  Galax a. Ilk, Wept * - A pearl Weigh lug forty grains sud valued at |3,UU0 has toecm* the subject of a law suit at Ar gyk, Wk, just acron* the Illinois Un* Tira gem was discovered in a part of the Pecatonica river tote had been leased by a certain party who ate* up a chum to a half share in it, which th* fallows who found the pearl refuse to allow. Hance th* auk  Cattle Aligned with Eye Gleaner.  TorgffA, h.uu, bapt. I,—A grrat many ealtk 'n lincoln county, which k th* heart of the t attle toll la tote state, have torn attal ted with a strange dieea** of ' th* syw After suffering from the affile lion a few days they tox .me totally blind It k n disease hero Ut tora unknown to stockmen of thk section. Many afflicted battle ar* dying  I *ifc n *w retbuyiiig •» Ur^o aa l v*ni atock of Cloths in all the prey.I,, |„. for -l.iri.u UH., ,hioh I .    to    alk*    upli    St   Most  F’ash.ionable Stvles,  OCA KA NTH K INi J  A Perfect Fit,  Reasonable Rates and  Complete Satisfaction  H. C. G. Moritz. 112 Third st.   

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