Alton Daily Telegraph, September 12, 1890

Alton Daily Telegraph

September 12, 1890

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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - September 12, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON LEGRA PH. VOLUME ALTON, ILL., FRIDAY decorated on*th! [7^ i'M.,,U, ri’. bauld ta ORAND I ANNIV AL/!h The 'Et 'ONO An Apportionment Bill Introduced in the House. AN INCREASE IN THE MEMBERSHIP. Ihonid UKW and OowpLfcTI?: STOCK of The Fver I POPULAR I UC FESTOONING,' FLAGS, BANNERETTE8, TISSUE PAPER, LANTERNS, (All Mise* and whap#*,) SHIELDS, MOTTOES, Sheet Music. (CHAS. J IUCGtNlf art, Hula Agent.) CHOICE SELECTIONS ca re re ley ahr win-, o ro bboirvfj' AND FORTH* FSR «,y TEACH EBS or no. PIANO AND ORGAN. AND A ('«LM|«|.RTK STOOS OT AT TiiK \ KHY LOWEST PRICES. Ar calj Early to avoid the Rush f » Hop* ti ck Waltg, by .TTT ny Away Galop, by Gertrud# Dream H aiti, by im patience (Banjo In th** Sunshine, by ......... Jack frost's Mardi, by...... Moment Musical,by .......... Playful Ronda, by Russian (.rand March, by. '•‘tar of Affection ••MHWof Buses unhip, by,., *« waits,by.. Wreath Walts, by  ........ Ac*. Ac., Ac —iran, ......Hauls, Beethoven .Straw bbog ..... Iamire. . . Knight ...Schubert ....Greene, ....Franc!* Hartmann *treabiMif Oles® Ac., la THE LATEST. The Stepping Stone, by Sidney Rotenfeldt. VOCAL AND I NST RC MENTAL) 10c a Dopy. OUR SPECIAL TERMS: lOo Per Copy. 25c for 3 Copies, 50c for 7 Copies* $1.00 for 15 Copies. the Bill Becense* a Late Titer* Will He .IM Representative* ta th* House—A Ut af the Stat** Whteh Hill Guin by th* Menan ret. The H*ua« Cnabl# to Traasaet Hush**** aa Ae-•Hunt of Me (j#aru ai. H ash I va tom Citt, Hept, IS. —Th. firmt result of th* new in ore men t to enact sui j dUlonal Important legislation at this aet*. •ion w aa the introduction In the house lata | ” **'lo®s<lay afternoon of au apportion-J meat biii by Dunii#lJ of Minnesota, chairman of the committee on the census. The fact that the Mil had hardly I teen introduced when it was withdrawn, and an-other one with a different basis substituted fen it, indicated that the plan wan not wholly formed The bill first Introduced contemplate! a membership of KH In the Brat congress to schick the bill wa. tojsppiy, namely, the Fiftythlrd, the basis (rf representation being ITS,STI Th* BUI Withdraw*. Ender this plan Ohio would have been the only state which would hare in*t a member. This WH was almost immedi ately withdrawn aud another substituted for it, which makes HSU,000 tbs haul. of representation and provides for BM mew hers, lbs present membership Is MW, or Hi'V*° **    to    I.iaho •od Wyoiniuii which have hssu admitted *fr.    m    member* The last hill introduced by Mr. Dunnell gives an Increase in the representation of twisty-four over the estating me rn liers hi p. or twenty-two When tbs members from idaho and Wyoming shall be admitted. The lacrosse awd Lese, I nder this plan tbs affiles which will gain ens each ars Alabama, California, Colorada, Michigan, Missouri, New Jar my. Oregon, Texas, Washington, and The states that will gain two 7* „*rk ****“’ Illinois, aud Fr ia-sy lvan^ The state that will gain three is Minnesota Tbs sutes that will lose orvs sach ara Virginia sod Ohio Under tbs proposed pi*,, tbs re pre wa, ta (iou of New England would remain unchanged An analysis of this plan shows that the Republican state* would ha vs the great e*t increase In the congressional raprasen tathm and consequently In the electoral college. RAN off WITH A VOUNG MAN. Big Seaadel Among th* Guests NBW 8 urn amel Heil bmili, lf. jr. Your. H*„t. 19-Tbs elopement off Mrs. Gertrude G. Dissoway with Albert ,    Ih®    *°,‘    T«»n    Commissioner Joseph T. Burrows, of Kedbaak N J has crested a big •Modal among the sum mer guests there and the permanent resident, of the town Mr. Dissoway has institute I proceedings for so absolute db von® His wife was only 17 years old last month She was the sixth daughter of he Int,- Dania EL Smock, of Red bank. AI * Harrows, who is only two years older than th*? young woman, has been devoted to her for about years Las* April they drove over to Fair Haven and asked for the rector of the Protest sit Episcopal church, aud ou his appearance asked hint to marry them. Married1 a Man Tutee Her Age. They lot h being under age the clergy mao refused ta jwrfortn the ceremony. HIX week* ago John U. Dtoaoway, . ZT&T ,Ofnf»rr«*“. doing business at .    H2,,§U,n    *ir®rt<    NVw    York,    came "fdbank lo spend the summer He I-    to    Mi«,    and,    al though he was more than twice her age. he I wee a i- deeply Infatuated with the young I wanly. Inside of ten days Mr Dissoway and Miss Kwotk went to New York sud were married, l^mt week young Burrow* went to Asbury Park. YVhou ie hotel closed Mra Dissoway and her I lover (Mine to New York, and they have •leva living hers together since. Alarming Condition of in Idaho. Affairs SETTLERS LEAS HQ THEIR FARMS. The Indians Think Ake Whites Mere Ne • Isl*** on Ike Laud st L*n| Valle? low Venireatie,. - filii COAL. de- SHE Houie Catalogue Fit EK on Appllca-or Mulled Fit KE to AddrewN. any 101 <fe 103 Third st. cor. Piasa. Alton* 111. dias. J. Degenhart, Third and Pits* att. • Alton. Ill Ready Mixed Paints I Oils the national legislature. Ne Business Trawaseted Ie Hie Wark Im tke Senate. Wash I si (iTu it    Cm, Wept    18.-As speaker Hew! entered tbs chamber Th ors day morning a few moments befur* noon. he received a round of apple us® from the Republican side of tbs house aud from the spectators in the galleries. After prayer, O Fefrail of Virgmia mad® the petal that no quorum was present. Th# *l>eaker without    taking notice    of the Point stated that tbs question was on or •taring Ow previous question on ap proving tbs Journal of Tuesday's proceed T du,#tt*d    lb* cWk 10 POM. Ou ordering    the pre vinas question th* vow stood y#*. gy. nay, U~%0 quo °® “J**00 ol McKinley of Ohio. amid D* new ratio applause, the hon*, at 10:4ft adjourned. changed HER MIND. A Swell Hr,Ming at Provide*## Which Did Net Tab* Pier#. Providence, R t, Hept. it-A swell wedding feast, for which the flower of the Rhode bland “400" has been pre par lug for mouths past, did not take plan* Wednesday as announced Two of ibg foremost of th# (episcopal clergy in this city w ere to have made Miss Kvs Davis the Wife of Rev. J, a. Atwood, of St James’chunk, of this city, but Miss Davis changed ber mind on tbs vsry eve of the wedding Rev. J. A Atwood has one of the hum remote of Episcopal clunch pulpits hen, a little parish at the jumping,»ff end of the city, with a tiara hand f*»l of parudioners. The house of Scsr-horo wa, having its daintiest gown pm ou and the wedding breakfast was ordered w it horn a mention of the pre** limit At the last moment, just on the eve of the w.ddirig, Mi,* Davis concluded that she had a misaim) in the continuance of single miss and Rector Atwood was at raw no Mom of her <lec in ion ' *»*#ane*~ Governor Nkaap Im-turm^l at lh* Cwwdltt*. of A Balr. *,„| I 'rged Is Take I m tit ag Ut* Actio* |* Prevent aw Uprising assi Massncr*. Boise City, Idaho. ll-Mr. Whit© j nu old and Indian fighter of the Meadows, upiwr cod of I/mg valley near Salmon river, has sent a dispatch to Governor flbotip informing him that the condition of alf.,ira un, mg t:,„ Indians of that place la alarming. This was the camping spot for the Nan Perce Indians before the Indian war of 11,77 After the copt tire of Meg Peres, tinder Cbisf Joseph. and the agile ©I the Indians f ir ten y*„r* they were permitted to return to the serration st igipwai near tow.sum The tribe is v, r- much discotitouteq and sullen at the treatment received, tbs death of braves end the loss of «.(,<■© A CVM lag ThrlswlVM suey have l*>o heard to vow vcngeanoe at some time on the whites. Over .OO Indians are now canned at the Meadow, a Dumber of warrior, betag in wa, paint. The people Ml# alarmed at host! e talk •rid tbs appearance of the Indios. Squaws tell settle . lo U. c.rafnl or the warriors will “neap m im ai ac©,* Tim In diane think the whites have 00 daimon that country and want .hem to I,Tv*. Bet 1 lew ara leaving their r.airata* rite Famous Qtltesple Soft GOAL livered al live .montes notice in any qua,, I *    '*    C,«*r    Gray    Ash,    „„    Clink- ers or Cinders. Best West. Soft Coal In the HARD COAL and nuking to a central point in I ho Valley «re*»c*t e* item.*,,I p hi *1U i« Lug val try* I Im e*t 1 lee. ar*    ____ dtlers ar* ar uiog a 11 »,* Bally to itef.Ttd the ut w vgs aga)*,*! 1 ia at icmpis trf the savage* ,0 inned ribeir familia* or to hum amt home*. In nil sixes. Delivered at Lowest ,ces# Quality l iiHiirpissi fl. Market UUY NOW, BEFORE THE S C :I0if4NJ£. Dorsey & Mann 310 Belle street. TKLKPJ ION].:    ha    ANI) ai. pills J • their Master ( sr Palatsrs la Sea*tan. Bgstoii, N*pi. iii—Til# Master Car and l/*< moiler Painters’ Asms .stion of th© rniiwl h ates and Canada 1,prowl (heir Ivrvkiyflrat annual cor, vent ion hers h 'di.'sdsy The principal burin#** was the election of oflkers as follows; Presl-deoL -iovrph Murphy, of the Louisville and Nashville railroad; first vias president, K. L Telling, of the New York ao<l New England railroad; second vioe pres I • deaf . A H. Coit?tuaii, of the intsr-Colouisl rsllr is-l. secretary and treasurer, Rouert McKt-eiE of tbs New York, Pittsburg an.l Ullin railroad It is txpeotsd that the eoneeuiiun will continue three day© Ordered |u lh* Weadwws. Lid Ss tor Sac OM;.* ..f car dry from lw»i#*» l..trr.*k* mid r t'sj*» Mur ray took up a line of mar ti f.-r taw valley on n p.eoaure trip Im ta© ii teiv on r,©*lpt of news of ir. ubh Governor Rhoup di-|»ati hid Mur, ,> t. haole,1 by fo.ewl man’im, to re ,,th *h-M.sdow* aa so-vt a, po *1^ ^    „ check o 1 tbs Indiua*. Governor •tao dkspatched the wiring a full WARM AIR FURNACES! AX! I HOFT COAL a (SIR •Wmt at Lrnisutn, r    . *®coual of the sit im* ion ‘ ‘e- sod ur^Hl I...... «k._ itum«rii*ie sup* to get the India buck on (heir riwervation. Govern ,r Hhonp t xpreooe* himself with can. tm© He Mays he hardly ibinV;* aJT ur-wi*» Outlie to open hmUl'tisa, tai* is tuk tag every p e.-sutiou to avoid tvsulda STRIKERS CALL ON DEPEW. •tnt tke Naw toil, Central Tresldeat Ma, St -AGENTS FOR TUE -Louie V arui sh Co. Fine VARNISHES and JAPANS. Charter link Kiovrs ami lianas Rlflck Diamond and Asbeatot Roofing. Huildmg aud Sheet-inK    Foret*    Ult ©od Spraying Pump*. New Home ©od White Sewiug Machines; |;io each. Agents for the Sewat* Prwe*MHwgSb In the senate Thursday morning a rase ittlioo offered H sdnesday bv MorgSQ call lug on th* secretary of tbs interior for in formation as to th* lands of the Northern I’n,-I fie Railroad aimiiuv mn,! a# Celebrated Stndebaker Fan f aas. —FINK LINE OF- Cains. Bui® eld Cpu fanes See the Hest HOAD CART «® World for HO. BI. Hardware and Farm Machinery© Alton, 111. Fastest Ile Track FOURTH EVKNT OF on rn pat,) aud of other oompanlss whose roads wars not completed within the period Used by the granting act was taken up, discusaed sad agree i to Gray gave uotios that st the first convenient opportunity ha would move to Uke up the bill to transfer the rereads marine to th# navy department On motion of Plumb the oenfsrwnoe rupert on the railroad land forfeiture bill was taken up. Morgan opposed th* ie port •a s log rolling scheme gotten up for the benefit of nil tbs land grant road© Dr. Talmage*. New Taber nae Ie. Nrw Yon*, Sept. It -Dr Talmage has secured the money with wk lob to rebuild the Brooklyn tabernacle sad tbs work of construction will shortly bs begun. Rub. sell has advanced ll th. nnu for tbs period of one year st ti per cont interest. The land oast 110\ UUU sud hasbeen wholly paid for Borides tbb collsleral Dr. Talmage in •urea his life for |H,U(k) as part i>ayn>»oL I he coat of the new eh ©reb Is estimate at £tto.ocn and with Its new organ aid other loci dental expends the entire cost including th# land will reach 1405,000. now on Cawews at Bepahllraa Stators. w ABM I SOTO* Citt. Sept. It—Tbs Re PU bl lean senators met in onoeos Thursday morning to determine upon na order of business and what measures tbs calendar should bs pushed to before adjourn menu About a doe'on bills were talked of na worthy of .Zdy a© tta©; among them the sntl-iotUry WU tb« Nil for the relief ©f tbs suprsms *k* L’attsd Ria tag, the senate pure food Mil, the lard MIL the bankruptcy WU, aud th# labor billa that recently paso#,! tbs bouse of raprssentatlvs© These nicasiirss Will be taken ap in about the order mentioned, the anti lottery bill lie log lbs first to receive consideration. A ll*.tautly plot K«?*al*d. Kansas Crrr, Ma, Sept. ta -An anda emus plan which contemplated th# whole sale kidnaping of children for tafisom ■ revealed Wsdne^lay when th# grand jury found rn true Mil Ut that offense against Henry C Wilson, who keeps rn feed end livery .table at 3087 Bast Eighteenth «l reel The plan was to kid nap the children of wealthy parent *, conduct them to a secret place in souir distant state, and keep them there until their ransom* should be paid. To Perform Mr. Clawk***’. H ors. ll" ash 1 no Tost Citt, H*pt. ii-Ten days haring expired since First Assistant Poet martyr General Clarkson resigned his Office. President Harrison bae designated Bd win C, Fowler, chief clerk of the office, to perform the duties of first insistent postmaster general At th# expiration of ten days soother official designation will h* necessary naleaa aa app©intm«at shall her* been mad# in the meantime More Alleged Tesla Wreakers Arrested. Albany, N Y., bapt. 1L-a dispatch just received frow Uttes states that Caln and Busti, the two nm who ars said to have Axed the obstruction on the rail that caused tbs wrack of the Montreal ex Prue© passed through there Thursday morning in charge of two Pinkerton detectives The detectives refused to state where they arrested the men. but it ie thought they were either in Canada or some point west of Urie© THE • VI. SJM,;,, rn Coastal et Amsterdam. Washington Cm. dept. It—The president Wednesday sent to the senate the nomination of Theodore M fLbister at Tennessee, to bs United States consul' at Amsterdam. Pellll Resigns His TIII*. Siwior, R I, Sept. lf—Pettit, • Im •ourt tenuto champion at the world, has written e letter to th# editor of The london Field, In which he says: "To prevent any possibility of a misunderstanding (n the future. I wish to say it to not ipj In ten ti on lo defend my tan ais oh*, rn,Gunship I &8> -rnployed alt the year a ad tan not afford to give the time which th* prepare Ibm for a match requires I h-raby formally resign th* title sad can not suaver any chal cng«m which may be sent uhs " Itol.tertng a Pwrloae Hop*. PITT*ut ho, Pa. Hept If. —Omsidsrahls I nit* rest has been awakened in labor clr clee h> re by til# ©nnotinoement that tbs Knights of I j»h->r officials had levied an ■eaeasment of fft cento per hmai on all meml*re of that <>rgant©atlon for the twnrftt of lbs New Yoe* Central striker© Horns unfavorable com meat to made la vie v of ti,a fact thai even the woad; sea-guilt# say it looks ilks bolstering a forlorn hop© Nothing ta Say. KSW Yoke, Hep, ,g _A com md ie. ?>i fire of th# si-employes of tg*    ywrk < cntral lailr md w?ho wreat out tm -trlk aUltat on Hr ai l#„t Ch tune/ M ,E-P * "b's hav. ^Uas to talk over tim sir k* on the x.w York Central row,I," mt I on# Im sdrsid there to noihlng to I Ik ra^bil    rlrtn*11>'    a^vr    B    iw," r*f»ui*u Mr The Kpokesnn?, (baa e*k-l Mr. Dc*> \ Jo wait until tim committee ha.) (ti-,    .. the matt#r and said that they a.,uld ti,.-,, him    8    Mr Mr. Depew rapllvd: “Thera is an use in making a false pronto? to yon. There I. ai Ah lug more to be Ion© I do mi! rara I* talk over back it urn her© Y<o» haw chass 1, to re ign your pl©**-?, Mr Weld, h?* itih?< th* in and I hi,vs nothing more |n«av * The committee then left th* To oar friend* woald sty we ©re bow prep ©rid to nut p*lf OM on**.    8*tto(«,lo; in    Mw^tnWM? nuros always on band.    guarwnweo. ta furtuicos ©od roue co od head Fur* PITTS 81 & HAMILL, HKLXJC KTREET. Mleklga* Lreiwaeratlc ttrkst GBANir Ratio© Mich . Sept. lf-Th? full ticket nominated bf the Democrat!. «»iiVsBlloa beld here is as follows; Rd a. Wtuaa© fovern**r; John Strong, lieu tenant governor; D K Hoper, secratan of stat*; Fret Draustal, treasurer A \ BIV. ..••,, r,.r.„    H-h    .J;- or general; David A. 11 am rn. md, board of ©Ideation; J. W McGrath Ju-tit© of supra,!,a court; D.,rid Bason Im,! commissioner; F. a Fitch, supsrint-nd th! iii ^TU J!?* Ptatform dcmmnoe* J^ MoKi*..ay hill and th* high tariff po    -    -    , - icy of tbs pro** nt admiu tot rat ion, awd d#    I II lf nil ll maads that tbs tariff ami internal rev    “ WI“f euue taxes Shall not he higher than actu klly requirad to carry on the govern rn#., t economically admin isle rad ITS NO SECRET. That our STOCK ta w. ...» .ho. > OU    ‘2?***    '•    Art°“ Tapestry, Ingi Hug or Hemp. OARPET81 Rudy'• Art Squares. Th* President and Paw,tty. Ckfmon Stung© P©, Sept. it-Tim usual atom prevailed Thura.Uy, aud the president ramalned la bis cottage all th* I forsnooa Mr© Mi Keo was fueling better HNT CUR«p a TTvrs=«. Dado or Plain, Luca 0r Portisr. Thursday morning, and took brsakfaat Fur Coquette, with the family at tbs hotel. Mrs. Uarri son, boa#vrr, was nr© able to leave lh# OOIfag# She has a slight touch of rhc*u rnattvin anti was afraiii to venture out in therein .lu>lg# Htr?,ng, formerly of th, J nlted Stales supreins court, arrive,! ber* lladneeday and breakfasted «|rh the prushlsnt Thursday mom tug. IIM RUG-8: Sui) & Oi idutal. Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocoa Mats. whether you wish to buy or not. Call frequently at our Th© establish monk, Pl**ped with s Drummer. Wk iuta. Ka,. . Hept ll-J. D. Holt, of Kingfi*h(?r. a T , leon the trail of a drqro-1 *er who has s1o|mh1 with hts wife and to supposed tola* Id Ck lr ego. I’we weeks ego Mr© Holt left Kingfisher to visit hor moths! at Kingman, Ken., tut suddenly disappeared Investigation showed she had left aith a drum:ner, and her hue •mod started ta pursuit on the train. Mu told# at a Demented Wausau. Ut us'N KN, N J., Hept. IS —Laura Horn. aged Si year© committal suicide Th or* ‘**F    bf    Gauging heraelf to th* fanlight of a bail bedroom at her home here. Hi-# ©os demented When h#i father, Fraderlck Horn. Am years old, «li* Oovsrcd th* fat# af hi* daughter he shot himself in th*, head with a revolver in I JU* ting a prohat*ly fatal wound. A. J. HOWELL. evening SEPT. 24th AND 25th. $1,250 in Premiums. For Programme of lore, Inquire of Utica# and Purlieu- c. A. HERB, Sec. - Alton, IU. (Decries el Newpsr© A I. ShwsNdrr. IL L, tape lh.-The count of the bellote in tbs olsotton was oomptatsri ut Atta Thursday morning Thotons Uoggrahail, R# pu bi Iran, to sleeted major by IO* majority. Th# Republicans also eh-et five out of si* aldermen, tan out ut Afiseo oounciluien, and threu out of four reboot oommittesme© Thera is no election for one councilman. The proposition lo expend F.'W far a now engtro ©outs was carried by over ga* majority Tbs Scotch iron ai asters bn vt refused to ooooede the mta'sdsmsnds sad a strike Is immiiiset. Mr© Msyhrlrk’s Intprlssemeat. Ldnuob, Hep! K —Mrs May brick, who to n primmer for life for the poisoning of ber husband, has J>isf finished th# year ut solitary confine neat with which tar pun •ho,.-ut was orderad to ta«in. Sh# has now bern placed lo the ranks of secondclass prisoner* for tbs remainder of her term Efforts to assure her pardon are still being vigorously pushed. Ttltiu a MemlueSed tar Oeverwet. TOLI GB A,g. C, Hept. It-Tbs follow I mg ticket was nom metal by the Demo- 1 cf title conv, nt Ion st aa sari/ hour Thu re i 'Veroor, ti R TI I man. of raigeflcM; lieutenant griv* m?»r, R Ii <»ary, of A Ids? vt I let oecretary of stale. T rn Tit.dslL of dtarsodoci; treasurer, W* T C Betes, of Oran. etnirg. at to rn# v wen eral, Y. J. Bops, of Newtarrt FALL SUIT8. Beat I# Blherla for Theft. St Pxi EHSBt’Wi. Sept. it .Four prom! bm! officers of the Russian army, stationed at lletahigfor© Finland, including a major getuvrsl, have been Imatohed to Hi I ie ria fur theft of government money and other property Completed in# Orgeatssttm© Fax NKT .rr. Ky . Sept, TI-Th# con •tltutional i invention oompleted its or-gun I tat urn Wednesday by th# ejection of minor official© AB* r Hie apprintiBSttt of commit too* on rq!#* end ara.i*ut|jli. the (suivent ion adjourned. Th# rules whkh governed it# eonrantion of \m Were adopted pending tbs preparation of s new eta]#. I AM NOW (IKADY TO Tl itMlgJI EV BKT MAN IN ALTOM WITH A SUPERIOR SUIT OF CLOTHES, MADS Until < l.< 'MIB St LICIT KU ISPSCIALLY SOS pAIiL WEAR. OUT I Witti i h CUT IV TMM MONT mUSII MANNS©, Perfect AND At Nomlsslto Ie Ctoagrea© Cincinnati, Sspt i*-~ot* ,y j, Cos nrove was nominated for ocngn-ts lu the Firat district Thtir»dsy Democratic convention W M« A ut    Cf Clarno. liomiK, Iud., Sept. IS — Aeyclans which visited (briton township Tuesday dbl an immetsr# « mount of d a in axe. wracking i fence* and trae© d##Toying crop© *0<l blowing down oui Ii on*## sn I barn© All the buddings on Mr© Hunsbury's farm, were leveled to the gronud H. Figures that will Pie*ae AU. C. G-. Moritz. ;