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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - September 3, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 VOLUME 30.  AITION, ILL.. WEDNESDAY EVENING,  KG RA PH.  SEPTEMBER 8. 1890.  Pencil and Ink Tablets,  Ab en ii Im* variety at lowest prices.  (More than ftfl of (lie most popular shades)  For Paper Flowers.  Beginners’ Outfits, Materials, Etc. Etc.,  Book explaining the  USKS OF' TISSUE,  FREE  on application.  The Fver lAn  POPULAR 1UC Shoot Music,  (CHAS. J, DEURX UA KT, Bole Agent.)  CHOICE SELECTIONS  OARXrUULT ARRA RU RD ro BEODnrET AND KOK Tine I'HE OK TEAOT ERB OK TUR  PIANO AND ORGAN.  Third and Piasa sts.  ALTON, ILL.  Thopsttck Waits, by...,,,,  .....  De    Lulu  *Ty Away (.alop, by...................Watts,  Gertruds Dream Waits, by,,... Beethoven Impatience (Banjo Galop;,by Htreabbog  In tilt Sunshine, by ............ I^nge  Jack Frost’s March, by........  ’    Knight  Moment Musical, by,,.Schubert  Playful Konda. by................. Greene  Itusslan Grand March, by.,,., rranci*  star of Affection Mazurka,by .. Hartmann allower of Roses Galop, by. ... Htreabbog **    “    " Waits, by    «  Wreath Walts, by.................. ....   Ac., Ac., Ac., Ac.,    Ae.  THE LATEST.  The Sapping Stone, by  Sidney Rosenfeldt.  Vol Al, AND IX ATU! MENTAL) MC* Dopy.  OUR SPECIAL TERMS:  10c Per Copy.  25c for 3 Copies,  50c for 7 Copies-$1.00 for 15 Copies,  Catnlome Fit EE on Application, or Al ailed Fit EE to any Add res*,    *  Chas. J. Degenhart,  Third and Pina it*. . Alton, I  OM ii) nni rn  State Boerd of Aspiration Looking into ^  TESTIMONY of H. WALTER WEBB.  H. tau, HI. aide of the Com a.d tov* "val Knight* el Labor WIIhn*. Tell What They Know af th# Great Railroad RI rifer --The Csrpsntor* af Chi nag  n  Again no un Hi rife. f ar  Advaaee of Wage*.  Ntw Your, Sept. I Heart Purcell. Robert *<>n and Donovan, of the stats board of arbitration. Tuesday began their in veei igation of the cauees of the strike on the New York Central and Hudeoo aiver railroad ll. Walter Webb, third vie* president of the company appeared with J* rank l-oomto, counsel for the road, and Hamilton Harris, of Albany, to adv I** bim. Gen. Roger A. Pryor wa. prevent  M counsel for the Kulghb, of Ubor. J J Holland and A. W. Wright, of the gen era) executive I-yard of the knights were a so precut Vies President Webb was called aud sal.!: ‘The company has no controversy nor has it bad with any of Its employs.. On Aug I a number of our employee voluntarily left our service. Since then their places hare been filled and His road Is operated successfully. The cause alleged for these men leaving was bin ause seventy eight men of the 48,HOO on the road had beau discharged because they were Knights of Labor. The men were discharged by my order for good and sufficient cause. The company bad * right to discharge any of (beae men without giving reason, for so doing. On the (th of August Mr. J. J. ll oh aud called upon ms as a representative of the K. of I, to talk the matter over. I refused, and have done so each time a proposition has been made to me since."  The Crees-Es aa* I a et lea.  On being crossexamined by Gen. Fvyor, Mr W ebb said tbs mao bad been discharged for lack of employment and unsatisfactory aer floe,    knowledge  was obtained from the wisest service bureau of the road Witness could not produce Ute reports made by bis secret service as they were not now i u  existent)"  A question by Gen. Pryor os to whether th# road bad ever discussed the policy of employing Knights of tabor vs, out sl< lowed by the board. Mr. Webb was then •«*k»d when be first sr ranged for therm' ploy maut of Pinkerton mon. Mr Hnrrl* objected, hut tbs board bell) that the en,  nlnimanl ____-I__.    .    -HI  ftaiieil It was d d.Ul to allow all men to return :o work for those contractors agreeing to pay the 37* cents an hour. Ibis is a move which is indicative of weak- n /V* Wf P'rt of tlu- OU non ft Is con-•idrrwj tbs remit of a g neral demand on tbs part of a uurnb-r of ut rn now out un* der protest.  Mrnefe Against the Grub.  II AM >h a, Mich fc.pt, .t.-Tbe steamer Jay timid, of th. L.fcj Michigan and Lake s ii pen t Tr-,.»j, nation ootnpany’s lite JI tie I up ,|| BUi-caii douk with all J!**     Tb# 0,00 oUl ™ they  are 111-fed and illtreated L.bor is scarce  prospects are unfavorable for obtaining men.  KO 70  8tmil*r Accident* at Joliet end Davenport.  A LIST OF TMI INJURED PEOPLE.  UPSET THE STEAMER.  Ready Mixed Paints I Oils  -AGENTS FOR TURSI Louis Varnish Co. Fine VARNISHES nod JAPANS.  (tater Oak Steres and Ranges  Black Diamond and Asbestos Roofing Building and Sheet-  lHf, WIT’ c     and    8 P r *y‘nK Pumps. Nest Home  and W bite Sewing Machines; $30 each. AgenU for Ute  Celebrated Stndebaker Farm tots.  —FINK LINK OF—  Cams. Bulies and Serin? laps  SMU.. B«t HOAD GAUT l» the WorW for *10.  1K. .....  ploy mein of .ig.ude* to protect p* prop. •rty wee a matter of public Interest aud nut a private matter a. bel l by the your*-se!. Thereupon Mr. Harris directed Mr. Vt ebb uat lo answer. Oa being sexed lf 8%itr r**cj :i«*tp*l rh J mqiI pruidcium fry* in the polio* before be employed Pinkerton men, Mr. Webb amid that be hod not.  I his sn dad the testlmouy for the Central Hester Vt urb mss Vs tout! a*. rn. A V nun ti m, mooter workman pf aesemNy .vim, aud one of the di»ch*rg*d employee, was the first wit nae. f,„  lb#  knight. The witness received e written communication from tho .set-tant super-Inteudeot which *t*tod that his aervicee would not be required after Aug. 4. Then In a rambling way the witness told how ba had been cautioned not to appear too promlusuUy os a Knight of Ubor, *, it would interfere with hts promotion, Dennis McCarthy, train baggageman  I* 1 * 1  ***  w< “  dtech * r ^ on July *1 On Aug. J be asked Mr. Toiicey lf his discharge was Anal. Then Mr. To nosy  accused blin of being dim of the "k lakers” •nd a Knight of Ubor. The witness sd p—i.,1 to Mr.Tone., to    ft  twenty years of faithful arrvice, and the latter revoked the discharge, but when wit nee-, reported for duty afterwards be was ordered to give up bis badge and keys by a subordinate of Mr. Touter'*, and was then discharged  Wk; th" strife* Wee Ordered.  */■***    workman    of dlatrfct  mb, testified that district Eld ordered th* strike beeauee the company had violated au agreement with tho men, in which It was agreed to give th* reasons for all discharges. W Ultras had always per formed hi. duty faithfully, aud at tim tim* of his discharge wa* an extra hand and was on leave until be was ready to report for work. On Aug. 9 Mr. Touoey Gild the witness that he wa* an agitator and would not be taken back, hut that he would not lie blacklisted, .od if he could get a situation on the New Haven road he (Touoey) would give him a recommends* tkm.  Close ( all tor a Morro* et a Gams af Base Ball.  ALRAxr, N. Y., Kept E-An exciting spectacle terminated the bell game at Riverside park Monday afternoon. Just a* th* game wssooaclude l lh* crowd made a rush for th* little steamer Dan H Smith, tlmt lay moored near the park ready to curry passengers to this side of the river Men and boys climbed by the score upon the hurricane desk of the tiny propeller, while th* cabin and lower deck were soon bawly pecked. The captain and deck he nils warned the crowd back, but they ^•njlnued to press upon th* upper works of the vessel until It woe well .way from th* landing.  Threw, late Hie Water.  .ai "J*  lh * ps see tigers see md to real I* their danger until th* boat hail swung • f‘**f    then they became  porno-stricken, for It at one* began to mttj# over until th* tide wa* dipping in the water, Th* fell* of those uu board  were taken up by the crowd on chore os  tne little boat turned over on its    a  moment Lier a sea of bobbing heads ap prated in the water and th# victims fat*  ii? I *S uirgl “ 4141     ***• ooiy •  yards away. There were exciting *oea#e for some time, but It I* helmed int aW of tbs BW passe liger# escaped.  I he steamer now Ile* submerged in ten Lot of waler.  •ever* Store, at Ashland. WU.  Ashland, Wig, Sept. * —For three hours In th* afternoon a torrifio rain-obirra, amonntlag at times almost to a  cl lid hum. hung ov.r A-hi uni Light or nine of the principal stores won  waterlogged  frofI} frt j 4|| ,  t0  ^    ^  w«!in Ilk* rivers, and la glaces he vy lo*-* floated kround on the principal thorough W  lb f b*"* r»l» aud other stocks WU. go upw.nl of fcM.GOO Tbr-e yacht* sr.md out Jug before the .lorm  aarety, a. the rain we* a** unpen ted bv a heavy, shlrth^ wind, lashing th* l»*y Into * i     ,b#     h-gt.    rued*  tile *uy ^    or    BiyfiaL, serow  I JeeDd the Ce I* red Judge*.  I-ITT Mc tt<s:g, Ark., Bapt. *~ Bael to-  maut was cvu-ca) Monday moru-ng when the hour tor the opening of th* poll, ar , rived. The two seine*! jadgM appointed by Loouty Judge Hill lo serve in lh* I Ihlr J wad «.rfc ejeited from the pulling p4m»«od whit, men substituted The' rouMuuutg juilge, WHI lam Alisa (white) refuiwd toei rve With the newly-derted juiige. sud opened a poll •fiaewhar*. the consequence t«eiug that there were two poll* opeueil in the ward. A dispatch fnim McA.mout says that the judge, there apjKnnted by Judge lim wen, re rueed admission to the polling places There I* much «Xcitem*nt aud trouble fUful  Both Aeeideat* Oeear on nitric Mall-mad. .ad Ar* Ceased fey ta* Car* net. •Ie* Bryoad th* Cewffgt af TW«.« h... tag Thee, la Charge-A (Naastar mu th* Bort Sera P M |« e  it  a ., u lB lAtm mf  turn UveHhtilt Ml.hap*.  Jolikt, N.pt, J —The pL*a«aut oboerv. twee of the holiday wa* marred h. r« by a frightful accident. O.i Mw w.,y to the j ground*, when midway u;> .Morsrau Hill,  I on* of th* trailer, to an nitric street car came uncouple.! and sp si ,1o*b hill At. terrine .peel. Mea. an u*u end chil drm, k « f >,d off and I nnmlwr were serf  , Tb *^ - * '“-'r hurt are: Mlaa Josie Caul, u.ly cut aud hruise* ac heed. neck ami bick; MU. Mary CauT  Sib' I * n, “ r,,iill J f  ‘"Jure-I; Mn  llf , nr j grck. lntema 1  injnri,*-; Augwt HiaoL mao, arm ha ll • sprat.,^4 an I h a l out.  It Hight Hava ll.-",, Wmrmm.  Those Who jiimpe I fro,!, the car spun :'mun    * f{ « ‘^'.V fell un the  IrT. wh.n K  k h ;‘ ,,, r b ’’ l,y ,n h " r   wtt nm hort  J Kh mP "  U ' 1,  * HU th «  Had the oar not •topped by crashing io u the mituir  y NOfngd kUM nii aa Wd There wetothree hwviy lugd^ trailers. The  53Lruf e ^ b  “ j - ••  will ffa« Take Thru, Beek.  Hlftalo, N. V., Bapt. A- - When Division Superintendent Harrows was asked Monday it be would take bask (be MR, lag switchmen, herald: "They will never work another day for th* New York Central road while I em here. The new men are doing better work than tbs old ones ever did. Get them lo goswayf Suppose they do; what of Ut It *  oo l  do them any good. I tell you they can't eons* back -    J    —— tt„ *saw VVI    ‘f    they    get    the    new    men    to    leave    u %   Hardware and Farm Machinery, Alton, III.    *  aa I co I, arg.  bl' * UKC, Sept, A-—The Dominica Hue •teamer Vancouver. Capa. Tindall, buat  L)verpo#L Aug att. Arrived ber* Monday after it rough passage She mas buffeted about by I he waves for three days during which a terrific gel* tested. She weather akMRi att right, hut U had no sooner moderated than the    wa.    . ulf *i op .  ml in a thick fig aud surrounded by low berg*, which are numerous In th* seral tx Hi.* was running vary slowly wbi« *h* -truck sri iceberg about a mile la width but fortunately, owing to careful hand  " , £ , i^r^ P ® rf * #rlou,dAU “«* The steamer carried (OU passengers.  A TRIANGULAR COMBAT.  Th*  REDUCTION SALE  -OF  SUMMER SUITS AND PANTALOONS  MADEJ TO OKDKR.  PERFECT FIT IB SATISFiCM GUARANTEED  —AT—  BRUEGGEMAN BRO’s.  (Sue lessor to A. Brueggeman.)  Aru,tic Tailor ig and Gent'. Furniihing Good, Emporium  221 Pia.su Htroet.  ( ary,*.i tars mf Unrig. Oe Oat aa  Mrih* Os** Mar*.  ( ■ICxao. Bapt. A-—The eecoud great strike .of the carpenters this year went Into effect Tuesday morning Of the UW members of th* craft lo the city Ims than *,«*> resumed work. Before long it I* et(k<-ted that mast of those will j,>i B  th* strikera, and within a week, should a set ti* maut not be effected, th* entire building business trill be In a ggg» of •oma The present fight Ie a sort of triangular combat. Th* Carpenters’ and Builders’ a*-octetlo* ai,J th* Bom Or penters' association might be lq^Z the sbles of th* triangle were th* strike to he represented bg a diagram, while the Loiled Carpenter*' tunned would haw to be designated bf the hypotheses*.  tun Rot Ag rot.  Whether the usual geoasetrlmvl relation exists between th* sides and the hypo-then use remains to ba darn oast raced by the outcome of th* Strike J-U1 St present th* three line* do aet agree i* any wag The Carpenters’ council people say that th* strike order baa bean generally obeyed with promptness and unanimity by th* men Mr. Goldie, representing the old  !  hoses*, said that non* at bls men bad x-rne oui and he had beard of mw others having quit Secretary Mr Dermott of the new bussu bad heard of only on* tut, which hod been abandoned bf tbs jeer Key mon carpenters Th* strike ie lur i?x centsjwr boat.  At Tuesday's meeting of the Carpenter*'  Hee#*I Bin** I. Chill.  I’AKixa, .Sept I-—Account* of the re eent rioting at Valparaiso, Chill, say that   f ? r  \ wn  f*T*  thm p Ry wa* practically lo tbs bend* of a mob, which rdllaged rhop. and factorise with.int effbctlve opiKMltinn from the poi lo* The arrival of a battalion of troops under Gen Voldlvieeo put a •top lo the rioting One mea wee killed and several were wounded during the progress of tbs disorder. On th* hills roo ml Valparaiso many outrage, and rob [ lari*, ha)a beau cutumltUvi. At Santiago somewhat similar rioting ooeurrsd atth# se -ai,m» of the dapntlaa  Fall mf m Trapeae Ma*.  Mi IWAI xxx, WU, Sept. E-.neonU I urk, im# of th* performer* in Horn urn A It., b y’* circue while doing a tmprsc ai I M .ti,lay aftemoon, fell and was several* injured. Ho was swinging from on* bac to another and failed to catch th# ^,-oud bar. He fell sixty feet sad landed on a aet st retched balow. He rebounded /roo, ibst aud fell heavily to the ground. Ha was plrkad up and ('Airted out The re-pwt s, read Ibm Turk wa. Dully taji^t.  ! IV circus mauager* say he only sustained a severe sprain of the ankle.  Refused to Make tke Jump.  Hr KU kotos, Iowa, gap! I -Professor Habttvr, the famous long distance drop •od swim art tat. mad# on eogagrmeut u jump sixty feet into the river herr Mon day, but after theouilactloe  vu  uken un refused to do so because he claimed their wa, not enough money raised. The crowd became very much excited end th re* urn-1 to mob him.  Frank C-litor I rum.  ( BicAoo, 8.-pt. (.—Frank Collier, th* lawyer, was released rn, a writ of bab*** rorpiu Monday, on th* ground that aa or •  r  oeinmluirg him to th* custody of the sheriff Instead al sending him to th# de teotbK) hospital had not been entered for  A HU,Her AWM",., at Devenport. DAV* .rim r.  loHB  HAPE »-Monday •neruouii A heavily bul n tttr on th. "lee inc Urn became us mn logeab im, ai—«  nWlght train sud wee w t j ks>l A nu,,,  &XL? Uk u   J    Cl    I    K», WU)     araicq«4    OI one of  An* iU * aUtly kdk< hu   WRE0K ON THE UNION PACIFIC.  Twe Fetto*. RI,I    .ml Several  OI hi rs 1,-jurr.l.  sot "WM. sr. a. ,_ A urri .  Ole arr,dent oocurn I .rn i be Son him Pacific Monday tining four miles from i’-agl# gorge I wu persons Were killed and clrvsu otbem mjutvt  Th , ^ . la#l||| , passenger, Ko * *„ thrown from th* track b, . br--ken rail, arid the n, rtl |, press, and baggagscsr*. -la dler emigrant car sod two cur-..as were thrown lr un Ib track Tlw nam. a af the Lilted are- lim Young, umpire of the Xneih*** I anne*  11  R»|*plrt>, af H**«i Bluff. Cd Th,.’ names af ti.u^ injuisai ares IC W IDs', ami wife, Tracy, M on ; Min Dr A ll Fowler. Holyoke, kl >»« ; V G  SiTiTni  K T r ’ 1r,Kt ' Taoomu Judd’ Randall, GlsurUW. M an.; Ge-.i-u It  mu   *ky. Htmkso. Foils; R S. Ca rn pie-11. Ore  goo; O. H. We orison, * four.-d; Q,.,*rge V  Foible, Kdgemoor, V lek l*hf*lrian»  were sent from Kl lea* b , r<(   itwlu brought the wound., j lo this city.  A Bargain.  JE™ ROOM BK BORSE  lorjto!*Oh I a r'  U ,S ^     v ' a, ‘‘ r     In    House.  LOT 60x120.  DepVd,  8 « P t !  a n ‘MSf , ‘ l,0rll ' ,0d - “*b4F »«  MUST BE SOLB.  >orsey & Mann  310 Belle street.  WARM AIR FURNACES!  hard and soft coal.  rn. **  CCC  •= s s  - i i- c  to J 5  *•«»» Tired af Ta****.  FlKPLAT, O , Bapt. A-JTh* young wife  •f O H Turner, * ptmtographer, bas  Moped with Chari** Sinclair, who board  •d at tbs aam* place Turner aud his  wife were uiarriod last Weduesday. Us  has followed th* couple to Toledo, vow inc vengeance.  Tatol Railway Wreck.  I Attn*, Sept. A—A train was derailed near Amma In the department of C re use  wrT-k''^ an g 8 *** 0 ** 11  carriage# were Jured    “ Mr#r * 1     Poopk billed and iu  •ad ((Ml mf a IMrnle.  Fufei, IHT UC. WU fkpt I-A party  o|  toiiil du I ac PUU ag to'-f.U bad a picnic at ta# lodge emit of ibis c ty Sunday. Th- y were returning about 7 o’eiock, when th* driver Lea atutvwl of ’be lior-es sud they ma down a vary Stoep hill. Th# omaito,' wa* overthrow* ai,-I "naked Th* ta jured were; Mitt Cards 4**,^ ^lieut and body braised; Mitt Mo*. A lief wrist sprained, .VIim Minnie ,la,„t,urger  -V-  W r ,C ' ,#U ’ ‘ nti   di.Wl^J. '*     ,m ~  Hmm toto a Mand-Car.  St BKU mu, lite. Sept ( -Late Saturday night a freight train en th* Obieago, Bur imgton sad Qui icy rollway struck s hand car operated bv F. Wcrre*. H eory  Jordan and George Millar, rail v*y  eri|  y   Nw     rl ‘*    *"• ‘WO IU -to,illy  af| ",  ujnriag Miller en badly that Im di. d M oi “Riffb* bad n u h-em ligt'trd, and th* men w#*e not sa are that iM train waaappruaching until it struck them.  Kiplostoa at a Blam reno**.  Jolikt, IM.. Rcpt * - h,^  fnrnBce Na  Sat the rolling mills again explode! Mon day night, musing * small earthquake in J( llel Therw were !l*/ve terrific detune turn that *b,„k the bull tings thrtmy-bout the city. The cXpiioiou was caus. .I bv a worn out lining One employs hod bl. head hterribly ewt and sn eye po; pg  Ti VV Par*.,IM |)t*wM al aaa INago.  RAK Dituxt, IbU., rapt. I-The stoop Retral, in which were Copt. William Hoy,  * Hell know* shipping man and bb wife two Chil,lie. arni two ladies, erne of a h-i.i WM Mr-. VI alloo*, of tin, my, wns sap si Bed just outride of lh* hart-or Monday and it is )»iievmI nil of th* five accuiAnt* of th* buat ware drowned.  khat His Nruiher by Arrtgral.  Us n>N v 11.LK, Mn, Hr, rt     Mood    Ay  morning Henry aud Theodore Grubl, aged IO sui:• I 7 years, were oat hunting with a target r fir. Th# former stumbled ami discharged rh- gnu Into bl* brother'* i*ck, killing kiwi in-tantty. The par.-nts  Fu!u7 r L^I^^ , lh *  <<U0  *“ *  un   Khutk*-il of « i'*r aud Klllad.  It A lur 1 KLD, I*., f-upi. * —a well dressed young man shoal 2’,y. ,r, old was knocked from the top of rn Chi ag*, Uurltogum and Quincy l-agvpige ear by a bridge near ber* Holiday night ami kl.lad Paper* on his l*u-,,u in-lifsts that he was iUrrv T Bud th, of fit. Louie.  £SS?' s ^™5S-iS !SMS: PITTS & HAMILL,  315 HELJaK 8TREET.  IT S NO SECRET.  That our STOCK la tho MOST (TOMPI j.’ti'   ,   We mb Mow ,ou Something New oft*,, JVoo    **     Alh *-  CARPETS:  Tapi- Jry,    Body    BruHsbiN  Ingram,    Art >Sqaaron,  Bag or Hemp.  Dado  v . m    -R-XJCa-Ss  rur Noquettu, -Smyrnit A Orieutal.  Linoleums. Oil Cloihs, Wire and Cocoa Mats.  KMiJ'ftT, "ir ftr; h  t S”, N ;’"“    to    now Do*,™*,.,,  whether you wish to buy or not     f "*tu«ntly    at    our    establishment,  A. J. HOWELL.  t hllg HI I tow by a Bai I Usa ab*.  J JC ATIK w«mra, K an., fispt (-The J. year old *.« of J tm pl, Stofierman was bit ten h^ nu enormous rattleoaak" Munday Tbs- bibi was gt van a quart of whisky with no prrotptible rffwd  wt jj p r ,^. hty dta. The *noka was killed ami mea* ared eight fast  I err I bu Aeatdaat at Maw Ort* aaa.  K«W OttLX AKS a OL Ae-Th* licked arts building, four stories, corner ('anal and Dauphin *tr e a, I- ll at half past ll uVI.ak Tu -ag IV atoni ng Heverul mvu w* r« m the building, sud it I. rcpnrtsd  Umbf'to 1 mr °    h 111 * 1 bf   A delinquent sobwriUrr present",!  m  Georgia sditor wirii a bvt "vigbmg twvuty puiodx And th* editor thanked tbs donor for “so charac to rut lo  tovoe    mn    rn   Most  F’asliionable atvl©8 f   GUARA NTKK lN(i  A Perfect Fit,  Reasonable Rates and  Complete Satislactioa  H.C. G. Moritz. 112 Third st.   

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