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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - September 12, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON DAILY E ILL TO OEtU NBW Simula bo Tho H1CCOND buiMint decorated oh tho GRAND TISSPE All Slees and lOc Sheet Solo CHOICE SELECTIONS EES OF THIS PIANO AND A COMPLETE 8TOOIC OP Fly Away Gertrude Dream Impatience Banjo In tup Hmge Jack Frosts intent Moment Playful EusslanGrand Star of Affection Shower or Kosos Wreath The AT THK VERY LOWEST Oalj Early to avoid tho Hush I 101 103 Third Stepping by Sidney VOCAL AND LNSTHUAIKNTAL lOca OUR SPECIAL TERMS lOc Per 25c for 3 50c for 7 for 15 Catalogue FREE on Applica or Mailed FREE to any Third and Piasa III Ready Mixed Paints Oils AGENTS FOR THE 8t Louis Varnish Fine VARNISHES and and fiitof s Black Diamond and Asbestos Building and Sheet ing Lift and Spraying New Home and White SewiugMachines Agents for the FINE LINE An Apportionment Bill Intro duced in the AN INCREASE IN THE Shonm nil a Will lie 3B4 Representatives in the List of the Wbloh Will Oiiln Hiu MennureOTlie Houae tlnablo Transact liiuluen on Ac oount of No WASHINGTON flrst result of the new movement to enact ad ditional Important legislation at this ses sion was tho Introduction ttt the houBe late Wednesday aftemoon of au apportion ment bill by Dunnell of chair man of the commUtee on tho The fact that the bill had hardly been intro duced when It was and other one with a different basis substi tuted indicated that the plan was not wholly The bill Intro duced contemplated a membership of 855 In tho congress to which the bill the the representation being ITS 871 The BUI Under this plan Ohiowould have been the only state which would have lost a was tamed ately withdrawn and another substituted for which makes the basis of representation and provides tor 854 mem The present membership la or Ji w18 w oraditod to Idahb and Wyoming which been admitted are to be 888 The last bill Introduced by Dunnell gives an increase In the representation of tweuty four over tho existing or twentytwo when the members from Idaho and Wyoming shall he The Increase and plan the sfctes which will T New Jer and The states that will gain two each are and Penn The state that will gain three is The states that will lose one each are Virginia and Under the proposed plan the representation of Now England would remain An analysis of this plan shows that the Kepublican states would have the great est increase In the congressional repnwen tatlon and consequently in the electoral THE NATIONAL No Buslnen Transacted in tho Work lu tho WASHINGTON speaker Beed entered the chamber Thurs day morning a few momenta before he received a round of applause from the Republican side of the house aud from the spectators iu the After OFerrall of Virginia made the point that no quorum was The speaker without talcing notice of the point stated that the question was on or dering the previous question on ap proving the Journal of Tuesdays proceed ings and directed the olerk to caliche e previous question the vota stood yeas nays quo rumand on motion of MoKinlej of house at Siiiate X Thursday morning a reso lution offered Wednesday by Morgan call ing on the secretary of the interior for In formation as to the lands of the Northern iaolnc Railroad company and of other companies whose roads were not com pleted within the period fixed by the granting act was taken up discussed and agreed Qray gave notice that at the flrst convenient opportunity be would move to take up the bill to transfer the revenue marine to the navy On motion of Plunjb the conference ro port on the railroad land forfeiture bill was taken Morgan opposed the report as a log rolling scheme gotten up for the benefit of all the land grant roadaT RAN OFF WITH A YOUNQ Big Scandal Among the OueiU nt NKW 19The elopement Gertrude way with Albert the son of Town Commissioner of has created a big scnndul among the nier guests there and thepermanant resi dents of tho Dlssoway has in proceedings for an absolute di His wife was oiiiy 17 years old laat month She was the sixth daughter of the late Denis of Al bert who Is only two years older than the young has been devoted to her for about April they drove over to Fair Haven and aiked tor the rector of the Protestant EplKcopal and on his appearance asked him to marry a Man Twice Her They hoUi lieing under tlio clergy man refused to perform tho I ago John a I wealUiy business at MO W Houston came to ftedbank to spend the He was introduced to Miss al though he was more than twice her aira he became deeply infatuated with the ypunjj of ten days Mr Dissoway and Miss Smock to New and wera week young Burroxvswont to Asbury When thehoUjl closed Dlssoway and her over came to New add they have been liviug here together Alarming Condition of Affaire in SETTLERS THEIR The Think the Whiten Unvo No Crnlm on ot tollg Vow Shoup formwl of Coiulltion of and Urired to Take Immediate Action to Prevent an Writing and BOISK an old frontiersman ami Indian fighter of the upper end of Ivng valley nenr Salmon hm sent a dlcputoh to Governor Shoiip Informing him that the condition of the Indians of that pines h This WfiS the camping spot for the Nejs Faroe Indiana before the Indianwar of 1WT After the capture of Nez iindsr Chief Josooh drtrl nvMA COAL The Famous Gilkspie Soft flve minutes notice SHE CHANGED HER A Swell Wedding at Providence Which Did Mot Take swell wedding for which the flower of the Rhode Island 400 has been prepar ing for months did not take place Wednesday as Two of the foremost of the Episcopal clergy in this city were to have made Eva Davis the wife of of James of this but Miss Da vis changed her mind on the very eve of the Atwood has one of the most remote of Episcopal church pulpits a little parish at the end of the with a bare oil of The house of Scar boro was having its daintiest gown put on and iho wedding breakfaiit was order ed without a mention of the limit At the lust just on the eve of the Miss Davis concluded that she had a mission in the continuance of single bliss and Hector Atwood was at once no tided of her Master Cur Painters In Master Oar and Locomotive Painters Association of thp United Slates and Canada opened their twcniyflrst annual convention hero The principal business was the election of officers as follows Presi Joseph of the Louisville and Nashville railroad flrst vice presi of the New York and New England railroad second vice presi A of the InterColonial railroad secretary and Eooert of the New Pittsburg and Ohio It is expected that the convention will continue three New NEW Sept Talmoge has secured money wjth which to rebuild the Brooklyn tabernacle and the work of construction will shortly be Rus sell has advanced for the period of one year at 6 per The land cost and has been wholly paid for Besides this collateral TalmaEo In sures bis life for as part ine cost of the new church is estimated at and with Its new organ an other incidental expenses the entire cost Including the land will reach and the exile of the JndlmiK for ten they wens permitted return to the re servation near The tnuo Is very much arid sul len at the treatment thodenth of bravee and tho loss of inoy have bocn heard to vow vengeance at some time ou i he Over i6o In dlnns aro now cnmed itt the a number of wnrriors beinat In war Iho people are alarmed at luwli e talk the of the Squaws tell settlers to bo careful or the warnors will heap mumal uca Tho dlans think the whites have itbat country and want to Settlers are leaving their and flocking to ti central point in tho breateal exsftenvut rlbo nettled ui ui I are reurty to thfinei the nt temtJts of the sayagcuto murdjr iheir families or to burn their Oniiireit to tho latt oue comjumy of cavilry from Bplae bdrracks under Mur ray took np a liuo of march valley on a piennuro Iinme ii tclv on receipt of news of possible innbli Governor Shonp u haflten by fbrutvl imirohes to reach thi Meiidoivs as as to act us check the Governor a so dispatched the agent at Riving a full aecotiut of the siMmflon fears of and to tako Immediate steps to get the buck on their Govornor expresses himself with cau Hoauys he hardly thinks affairs wlil pome to open hut IB tak ing every precuiitloa to avoid STRIKERS CAUL ON Hut the Kuw Central Hnf Nothing to NEW A toe ol flve ot the exemployes of the New York Centnil railroad who went out on Htilk culled on M to talk over the on i the York Central 1m afraid there Is nothing Best Soft Coal HARD at Lowest Market Quality BUY BEFORE THE 8C Dorsey 310 Belle TELEPHONE WARM AIR FURNACES AJSIX SOFT See the Best HO AD CART in the World for Hardware and Farm III FOURTH EVENT OP THE Caucus of Ilopublloau WASHINGTON ilThe Eo publicun senators met In caucus Thurs day morning to determine upon an order of business and what measures now on the calendar should be pushed to passage before About a doeen bills were talked of as worthy of speedy ac tion among them the antilottery tho bill for the relief of the supreme court of the United the senate pfire food bill the lard bill the bankruptcy and tbe labor bills that recently pawed the house of These measures will be taken np In about tho order the antilottery bill be ing the flrst to receive To Forfortu WASHINGTON days having expired since First Assistant Poatmnatft General Olarkson resigned his President Harrison has designated Edwin chief olerk of the to perform the duties of first assistant postmaster At the expiration of ten days another official designation will be necbssury unless an appointment shall have been made in the Consul at WAsniHOTQN presl dent Wednesday tent to the aenate the nomination of Theodore of to be United States oongui at A Dnatnully Plot KANSAS auda cious plan which contemplated the whole sale kidnaping of children for ransom was revealed Wednesday when the grand jury found a true bill for that offense against Henry who keeps a feed and livery stable at 3087 East Eighteenth The plan was to kidnap the chil dren of wealthy conduct them to a secret place In nornp distant and keep them there until their ransoms should bo More Alleged Train Wreokon dispatch just received from Utioa states that and the two men who are said to have fixed the obstruction on the rail that caused the wreck of the Montreal ex passed through there Thursday mornUg In charge of two Plukerton de The detectives refused to state where they arrested the but It Is thought they were either In Canada or some point west of a Forloue Sept Interest has boeu awakened In labor cir cles here by the announcement that the Knights of Labor officials had levied an assessment of 26 cents per head on nil members of that organisation for tbe benefit of the New York Central Some unfavorable comment Is made In view of the fact that even the most san guine Hay it looks like bolstering a for lorn replied The spokesmen then oMcwl to wait until the committee had dtxcuMwi the thuy would MRMI return and make their propositions to Depew replied There Is no use in making a falne promts to There nothing more to bo I do not talk over back You have to roijfn your Webb tmin and J have nothing more tosuv Ihe committee thon left M III w 85 S fftaH IIs Ucmooratlu GUARD full ticket nominated by the Democnitii held here is as follows Ed governor John lieu tenant governor secretary of strtte Fred troasuror attorney generai Stone auditor general David Hammond board of education Ju tice of supreme court David commlwionerj superlntind To our friends would say pair old Satisfaction naces always on 315 tFtW f M i llorn the MoKiiiley bill and the high tariff pol Icy of the preHent aud de mands thut tho tariff and Internal rev enue taxes shall not be higher than aptu ally required to carry oii the government economically The President and CUKSSON laTiie usual storm prevailed and the president remained iu Ills cottage all lilt McKoe was feeling better ahursday and took broukfant with tho family at tho Uarri WHS not able to leave the She hns a slight touch of rheu matism and wan afrulil to venture out In the Judgu formerly of the United States Hiipreme arrived here Wednesday and breakfasted with the president Thursday morning MOST COMPLETE 9ror broBgkt to New as often M you call ffi Hag or I3V O Dado or n Fur r Body Smyrna Oil Wire and Coco 24tli AND in Programme of Races and Particu Inquire of 18 be court tannin champion ot tbe written a letter to the editor of Tho Lon don lu wbloh ho toys To prevent any powdblllty of mLunderstaodlng In the I wish to say It Is not my In tention to dufond my I am employed all the a nd can not afford to give the time which tha prepara tion for a mfctqb I hereby for mally rentya tbu title and can not answer auy uballentfus which may be mint Kluutlou at II count of tbe In be elaotlon WHS completed Thursday U elected mayor by 108 Tbe aUo elect flvo out of ilx aldermen teu out of fifteen and threu out of four Then U no eloo Hou for one The proportion to expand for a new uuglrohouie wai carried by over 80f The Scotch Iron muntera have refused o ooncode the mtnidemandvwud U KloptiU with a of Ison of a drum laor who has eloped with hU wife and U supposed to be lu Two weeks ago Holt left Kingfisher to her mother at tut suddenly slaoivod she had left with a and her hug band atarted in pursuit ou the evening Bept who Is a prisoner for lifo for the poisoning of her has just finished the year of with whiuh bar pun tohtnent was ordered to She has now boon placed In the ranks of suoond oldM for the KiTorLs to sooure still being vltforously Bout to Siberia tut promt I neut offlcom of tliu Huwlau sta tioned at Including a major have been banished to Siberia fur theft of govornmont money aud other Nominated to Cos grove was nominated for in the First district Democratic convention of a IJuinuutod iaUnra Horn aged 81 comnilitod sulcldu Thurs day morning by hanging herself to the fanlight of a hull budroom at her homi 8tie was When her Frodurlolc yctirs old covered of hU dauglitor lie shot h iiiHflf in tho hoa wild M In Jllcling 11 probably fmul Tlltmiin for iaThe follow ing tlokol was nomltmted by tho Demo onitlo convention at an early hour Tlmrs lny iiioriilnBi of Hdifofluldj lleutunant n of Abbuvillu Beorolary of T of Clarendon of attorney gen of dm con wnmlndur of bor Utntloiml convention oomploied Its or her pardon aro ganlzation Wednesday by tlie oleotlon of minor iliu appointment ofvomniltivos on ruleu and tliu convciulon adjourned Tbe whluh irovoknod tlio oonvontlon of i860 wore adopted uendlng tho preparation of uuiv of which vldltud Clinton township Tuesday did an liutnouso ainoujit of wrooklnu ronws and defraying aud blowing down oiillioiiHeu anH All the bulldinus on SiansbiuyH farm were luvelud to the FALL SUir I AM NOW UBADY TO riHitfUII KVIliy MAN IN A SUPERIOBSUIT OF ilADK KltOM OLOWIB HUCOTKD OUT IN TJiK MOST STV748II O AND Figures that will Pienae
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