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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - September 2, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                11 ALTON DAILY VOLUME TUESDAY Kempke of It Was Observed And the Trick Hj PJayed on Wealthy The Tver POPULAR SJlect An endless variety at lowest Solo CHOICE SELECTIONS OAIUSFllLLY AKRANGKU FO 1 AND JOU THIS U8K OF EKS OF THE More than BO or the most popular shades For Paper B oginners Mate Book explaining tlie USES OF TISSUE I I Showor PIANO AND Uiopstlck Fly Away Gertrude Dream Impatience Banjo In Ijinge Jack Frosts Knight Moment Russian Grand on Third and Piasa ILL Shower or lloses Wreath THE The Stepping by Sidney AND 100 n OUR SPECIAL TERMS lOc Per 25c for 3 50c for 7 for 15 Catalogue FREE on Applica or Mailed FJSEE to anv Suipended and the City Given Over to the Knjoymftut of the Tlie Parades Followed by ongo Ainu TWO Different How tlio liar Spent Boiton and NEW aThe general ap pearauco of the streets Monday would have been like Sunday were it not for the numerous bodies of workingmen making their way through the streets with bands to join one of the two parades with which Labor Day was Almost every and all public were The day was perfect for B the weather being clear and oooL The Interest of the vast numbers of spectators which begun gathering on the eldewnlks from early morning was divid ed between two labor parades and two la bor This was the first time in the history of the day that labor In this city has been in suck a disorganized con dition that members of various labor fac tious were not willing to forget personal ities And animosities and Join hands In the celebration of organised labors special Tlie Central Labor This as In past the Central Labor union took the lead in tag unions of this eity for the parade and In its procession were five divis ions of the federation of labor unions und six of the trade districts and local assem blies of the Knights of Other unions and Knights of Labor strikers of the Central also joined the parade at the last moment In a division by rue procession moved principally on the west side of the city to Union square where It was reviewed by prominent bor Central Labor The parade of the Central Labor federa tion was on the east The Cloakmak ers union had the right of the line and Professor Garside lead the doak ers as About This parade was divided into Jive sections and consisted of organizations designated under the heads of clothing trades food tobacco building mid miscellaneous Both parados were followed by picnics with athletic Several of the gave special labor day mati nees and numerous programs ofsporta of various kinds were arranged by local At the Quaker Labor iu woognleed as y mills and factories wore closed and ihe people employed In them attended the various At thousand men were In the Day Bus luess was suspended in nearly all A CROWD OF They Attempt to Mob a Female Base Bull NEW Chicago Fe male biise ball known as tbe Black made their appearance in hawken There were people present and they were a rough The game began but it ended In a The boats from this city only run erery hour but they were crowded to the waters edge for hours bofore the game was The opponents of tbe fair ones were the members of a crnck ama teur known as the When the girls went to bat first the crowd ohecrad but when Kitty wbocovorod second knocked twobagger mob howled with The game went on for seven Innings when the score wasAller H The girls had made some good including a nne running catch by May Ho Railed Caln The was inclined to guy the as it did not expect any thing more than a the crowd rushed into the over turning everything in ihe The play ers were Leftflelder Alice Lee picked up u bat and wielded it with such good effect that several of her perse cutors went away with sore The rest of the girls followed while tbe mob rushed in on all A riot was narrowly averted by the who fought their way to the carriages with the J ben the people made a dive down the steep embankment toward the Children were trampled under women and young girls Pockets were clothes aud inanj other ca but no pne was seriously THE DAY Third and Piasa II Ready Mixed Paints 1 Oils AGENTS FOR Louis Varnish aud A Procession and Ploulo at Cincinnati Ten Thousand In trades anq labor organizations of the city rnado great preparations for celebrating the day In a grand street parade and All of the cdurts were and many fac tories suspended work to allow the em ployes an opportunity to take part in the At 10 oclock fully wage workers assembled at Qarfleld place and formed In headed by a band of music and three companies of the city police under command of Superin tendent The line of march was through the principal downtown streeta to the hill where the after noon and evening was devoted to a grand Representative John of Cleveland author of the bill making flrst Monday in September a legal hoili was the orator of the day and deliv ered an address at 8 oclock in the after noon Black Diamond and Asbestos ud 8nd and White Machines Sioirs and Ranges Building and Sheet New Home Agents for the Farm LINE See the Best KOAD CART Uie World tor Hardware and Farm A Great Time at Monday the organized workingmen of Boston celebrated their fifth annual The features of the observance were similar to those of pre vious embracing n picnics and The parade formed at 9 o clock in Copely square and marched in four divisions to Postoffloe where it was reviewed by Chief Marshal a Fanning and The first division included District Knights of Labor the Central Labor union the Amalgamated Building and the triot The procession presented a flue and all along the route was received with warm applause by the which fined the side In the afternoon various labor organizations had and several of them bad banquets in the The Day at marched to tlie music of the cause of labor in Chl The main parade and picnic was under the joint auspices of the Chicago Trade and Labor assembly and the Cen tral Labor The Knights of Labor assemblies marched or stronn by In addition to the eight Henry George NEW Sepu George reached here early morning by the steamer Delegates from the Single Tax club met the pier him a cordial In addition to delegate a of Single Tax men marched M Pdy to raeet As soon as was seen on the bridge the Single lax mm sent up a cheer of wel George informed his friends that tried after his voyage and needed a few hours George was jircwmt at the conference of the biogle Tux men in tbe Judge wife ANN Thomas the wife of the chair man of the inter state commerce commis died here Sunday aged 60 Tbe cause of her death was cancer of the tylth which she had been suffering several Cooler was nearly as well known as her husband throughout Michigaa As early as 1880 she was appointed a member of the board ofthe state industrial school by Governor and con tinned to serve as president of that board continuously She leaves six ohH Levl a Wealthy Oltlaen of Free Victimised by a Man Who Claimed To IIH UN Son and Itoliluil the Ilunoal aud a Old MHU iroe tratetl Orer the a wealthy has been vie ttujlped out of In two deeds Of valuable and a gold watch worth his son Henry composed the Henry was andat the nge of IS mysteri ously EiirhUpn paused no word wan and he was finally given up for dead A few u man arrived bora and for An hour liuer ho WIIH in their wel comed as thftr longlout The news of thjeprodignrii return through out the village h was lionized und made the center of attraction atthe so cial got up In honor of his re Arrival of the Henry said that he dime from Califor nia on a vWt and to induce his parents if to dispose of their property and go back with told the storyof nls wanderings how he accumulated The overjoyed father awaited with great anxiety the arrival of his sons whom Henry Bjth hnd comeleast to test a scheme whereby they expected to realize a large Several nays later the George Lenlg The young men finally induced the father lo go into the the par tlculars of which not then bmade The father said he hail f 000 In the bouse and two deeds upjn which he cuuld a good Proposed Another The trio decided to start for California in two Friday nlnht about a lo ntimate friends assembled at Woyers to uigjit of pleasure before tliu irenlle mon Shortly after mllniKht the party Henrv bis partner went to room they pro posed another u s been put iu the liquor for iioyer ami his wlfo and iu a sliort time they were in a deep The who thun broke open the Ilttletirou hate where Moyurs money nnd were After ran soclcing the houie thoroughly thu Culi forniaui round In a Some of the gentlemen who hml prom jsed to soe party off callel at the house early In the morning the door wile Not any one around tiiey grow It dawned upon them for the ilrst time Moyer was the of n of They found the conV ttue floor In H stuporand ad Vheu Mover his wife awoke and happened they brokedown I bey nay their buy would never hitve com mitted such a but whether or not the returnail prodigal was really their sou can be B Thick Walls Large with Water lu 310 Belle Paul Firemen Sept aAt 6 is Monday morning wasilgnited In a kitchen of a house on Hamson where a gaso line store was and the department called to put it While the flremeri were in tbe room endeavoring to smother the spreading of the the gasoline stove exploded and seriously burned four of the Hynes was badly burned and will probably die Second As sistant Cook will probably be dls figured for life Truckmon McArthur and Cpnway slightly burned and Happened In Green the colored representative who secured the passage of be bllj mak ing the first Monday In September Labor a legal arrived Sunday and was received by a The committee took Green around to all the but none would receive him on ac count of his Finally secured lodging nt a cheap restaurant frequented only by colored The matter has created a sensation among the workinit REDUCTION SALE OP SUMMER SUITS AND PANTALOONS MADE TO PERFECT FIT AND SATISFACTION 6 BRUEGGEMAN Suooosflor to Article and Gents Furnishing Goods 221 Flosa UUUIblUU IU bUQ OlSulf hour day banners carried by all the divis ions the carpenters carried tbe motto Strike ToMorrow for American A number of tbe directors of the worlds the mayor and aldermen aud other dignitaries occupied the reviewing rive Thousand In Sept Day was observed in a becoming manner In this many factories and wholesale closing In order that their mltfht joy the The weather was clear and At midday about members of different trades unions formed in pro cession and after parading the principal streets of the business section of the city marched to suburban where tbe day was spent in games and In listening to speeches by local Knlgliti Old Mot Turn gept Day wu fittingly celebrated In this city by street wade Of about men In tbe Farm UortcaKei In capitol prints from the clerks of fortythree district courts which show that In their counties for the first six months of 1890 there have been closures of farm about twentyfive to each On the same basis the total for the 100 counties In the state would reach or about Many of tbe foreclosures am ou un occupied bought up aud mortgaged for what they would sell for on specula Labor In eeclteraent over the strike of miners and other worklngmen Is increasing ami the situation is growing more The entire police foroe and one thousand speo Jnl constables were on duty in bin city Sunday but the Jabpr denjoustratlon passed off There were wen In the reyrasentluA all the Fol from tlie fell from the clouds during a ralnstor the other and four of specimen wore by u They HI spmeljhing like a have four IKK number of and toes as a equally happy In water of ou of One of them across th store floor as lively as a and o turned to water swam equull Another thing about the aiuchanglng their personal appearance When captured each bad a row of fenth or something like around th throaty or whore the gills ought to bo disappeared and they have olmngod or tfiolr nklnj nnd are now becoming lu the Unokeye colored BaptUtoongrogatiou at Oxford ls torn up over a row occasioned by tbe alleged voo dooing of the by onu of the maidens of his The inluUter soughs the aid of a Cincinnati clairvoy ant to rid himself of the but with out The matter Into a congregation being divided into two Thu Ing became so blttor that the pastor re but his friends being In the ma jority church refused to accept the A Verjr Stormy Imperial yacht Hoheiiwllern lml a vary stormy postage on returning from The vessel narrowly escaped with a light ship and her deck homm and Htanchlous wore The yacht pitched s badly that the sallorj ware from their and many of them rewtl ed and other No wltlfstiindinx the entruatles of his office the emperor I on deck during th very worst of the PITTS fe 315 BELLE Tape Rag or I3XT Dado or Body Brussels Art or Fur SmyFna Oil Wire and Cocoa and n muss meeting of wqrkliiumen with their families in the Allegheny narks lot he Tbe ww addressed by various orators of IQCM The ICulghU of bor gauleutious were offendixl booauiie they weru not ufllolally Invited to participate nd did not turn At bbpr of tun oilrobaerved urtl day with a prooeiwlon und at Booting About mwi la and An Iowa Town Fire t IOWA a Fire Sunday alnioat totally destroyed the town of wtwt of UiU Nearly all butlnoss part und mapy private real flipcos wore The upsl tbw bank siul luiv other bulldliiuti were do The lire WHS iitnloubtly liiwsu rojHf hating been The lou In at from to Killed Uii Little residing near out to shoot KUO K AcolduuUUjr JiKohHrged nod tbe ball d hta little boy and badly wouoded Dlod ou the Ten sent to the penltcntlnr for five years from cxmnty In JM88 fo Wlllllg a Hucuutly thu prUoi Hint hu had quick cou anil couid live but a few days Governor Ilfer pHrduned hlui Saturday nnd Huudiiy hu left the penitentiary for home in company with his Uu reauhing ihU city he died on the A 1eari Worth S A pearl weigh lug forty grnlus aud valued at hw becomethe subject of n lawsuit atjir Jiiht across the Illinois The Was discovered In u part of the Pocatonlca rlvur that bad been lowwl by a utrtaiii party who up a claim to a half share In which the fellows who found tbo pearl refuse to Henoe tbe Cuttle Annulled grunt many cattle In Idiicoln which Is the heart of the cattle hell iu this have been with a strange of tbe After from the iiftllo tlou a few Jays tbuy total It U unknown to of this Many MtUc HOWELL nw i laro and vnrl for Siiriiirf wliicli I e slock of in to up IB UIAKANTKKINU A Perfect Reasonable Rates and Complete 112   

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