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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - September 15, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON DAILY E GRAPH fi VOLUME i ID A Limi IL NJW and TISSUE All sizes and AND A STOCK OF ioc Sheet Solo Agent CHOICE SELECTIONS PWNO AND An Anxious Druggist at Ores son AFRAID THE PRESIDENT WOULD And He Wonlfl Him In Order to Have Settlement A of an Who DC FrB1 Weather Clearing And Time CHEMoir 15A breeze from the northwest with weather Saturday morning ren the presidents stay at ore desirable than It has been fa the past It boon storming every day since his and it has that he would become restless and shorten his All such fears have been abandoned and should the weather continue the week bids fair fin for the executive The members of the certain that the by 1000 majority and hnvu f the state Owing to limited telegraphic facilities and thl remoteness of many a estimate vote not be made for several but from that will lower the estimate ma Democrat concede th majority Rnnhe as follows o 800 rbon 100 Crook Wes 100 600 Fo WO Johnson Converse and 100 the Memory of Beck and Randall vole In these districts is ties took to 1885 when thopstlck by Kly Away by Gertrude Dream Beethoven AT THK VKRY LOWEBT Call Early to avoid the Bush I 101 103 Third 1Javful Russian Grand Star or Affection Shower or Itoses K Wreath Waltz THE The Stepping by Sidney VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL IOC a OUR SPECIAL TERMS 10c Per 25c for 3 50c for 7 for 15 Wanted to See house Presldont urf tne Proprietress of the as it Is expressed a anua desire to see Harrison whoe photo graph she has aga The president promised to gratify moumnfn reso g MM The president learned durlm hla stay there that the old lady was thor oughly familiar with the art of prewar nL a good meal of fried chicken and waffle friends wpait to some An Anxious Druggist Durin curious has made a numbel of purchasesatthe iiuie drug store near the Mountain house Hearing that the executive would prob leave the mountains town nJ arren was governor aad called troops to suppress the rioters A Plan of Plural the meet thr convention Thursday of Madison attacked the commute inadequate to meet the was in favor of a straight out educational ert added to IN BOTH THE HOUSES OF The Journal Wednesday and Approved by tho After Which Trlbutei of Ueniioot to tha on the Late Ilan dull In the VVASHINOTON house Saturday morning approved the Journal of Tuesdays by a vote of yeas nays Tho clerk then pro ceiuled to read the Journal of which OFerrall of Virginia demanded should be read in although tho tpeaker suggested that this would tend onsuma the time which had been tothelfcck The jour nals of Thursday and Friday weie finally read and approve without innd then the house proceeded of e of the late Senator Beck COAL In the the 8enate to the Rindall and CAPITAL NEWS NOTES WUUiU DrOD ably leave the mountains Friday Air Druggist made dilligen t inquiries as to the MrM liii There Is a tittle bill at tho store to be paid before ho thtrf M the druKKist imagined that if the president got he would liave trouble in locating in order to present his little account for settlement A Batch of Executive zranh the presidents sum Convention of fifth nual convention of the Switchmens Mu of North America thfs city commencing on Several important amendments to the constitution are proposed and among other things benefit from The report of Grand Mas ter Sweeney rogurd to T co Of Intcrot to WASHINGTON Assistant uf Trewury Nettleton United Press reporter Saturday after would soon HARI COAL In ail at Lowest Quality BOY BEFORE THE 8G 40HIJE Dorsey 310 Belle street 84 Catalogue FREE 011 Applica or Mailed FBEE to any Third and Piasa III Ready Mixed Paints I Oils AGENTS FOR THE St Louis Varnish Fine VARNISHES and executive which the president after lh principal part of the business consisted of commissions be signed and bills to be artiiroxvd Among the latter was a bill ing ftf of a bridge acrosi the Missouri river at president spout some time during the morninBin telegraphic conference wh the treasury He learned to his safsfaetion that the panicky reeling in the hew York money market had about and that Secretary Wm dom Wtts in and had the situ ution thoroughly In Strikers Applying for Sept to an outbreak at the strikers meeting Friday ulBht flftythrce of the old employes of the New York Central railroad applied Saturday morning in person at Assletant Superintendent Harringtons offlceMt the Union depot while over 100 appeared at the West Albany yards and shops and to be taken All were told to maku applicatioua for reinstatement in writing and when handed in would be placed on file and considered whenever gur o t conference will be made and is likely to bring on a lively strike v Insane from tt Ulow on the E V reuister of this who was oxChief of No arrests have been made as and the prominence of parties involved will pro bably avert any No Consolidation Contemplated 1 Jtf00 15The mor of aeon solidatlon of the Westlughouse Electric Manufacturing of Plttsbura and Pullmans Palace Car company MreullmanI0ln is story it is said originated from the fact that George is in this cUy arranging for the erection of shops at Pullman for use by the Westinghouse Electrical company In its electrical motor fil m tunsiuerea wnenove the officers of the road found In necessary to employ a Nona wos taken back offhand and all will go baok at the com a Black Diamond and Asbestos Building and Sheet Ing Lift and Spraying New Home and White Sewiug Machines Agents for the LINE Sea the Best CART in A Bad State of received from Bllendale and neighboring points shows almost a total crop failure through Splnk and a situation far worse than that of Mayor Lefton telegmpha that of the wheat raised 90 per will not thrash out half of the esti mate at the time of which was very He the same to be true of the line and west broad as Spink county and the general crop situation of North Dakota worse even than recent Farmers have mort gaged everything to full value and their credit Is exhausted with local mer chants It Is feared it will bo Impossible to piircliase necesmry f mil this An Old Veteran WASHINGTON body of Miohael an old Mexican war an inmate of the Soldiers Home was found the lakeneftrth H Friday It ig supposed that jom ng home late Thursday Brysou fell Into the lake and Severn drownlnK uccldents similar to this one have occurred in this lako within a few years of old soldiers who have made too many stops while on thelrway lo Not Cure to BOSTON 15The Massaohnsetts state board of arbitration has volunteered to heal the breach existing between the morocco workers and but neither side cares to The work men say it can be settled in but oneway for John Moulion to pay his mln7l8 per week and agroo to the apprentice class and the manufacturers must nlsse the K of This lust proposition tho manufacturers will not u shall be noted bV thl olerk and so recorded in the Journal The resolution was refers to tie committee Tlio Killing of WASHINGTON sentatIvo MoCrary of Kentucky intro duced In the house Saturday the follow Aoapuioo by the Guatemala while onboard an American ship and while under the protection of the ftogof the United States an Immediate in vestigatlon and tho president of the United States ii if not incompatible with the public to transmit to the house Of representatives all Information in possession concerning this Population of Minneapolis WASHINGTON Sopt office Saturday afternoon announced the reoount of Popula Won of MlnueapolK as followt an increase as com pared with 1880 of or 26 76 pw PITTS 315 BELLE NO SECRET m VB i 9 Hardware and Farm III c Immensely ponnlar bccanso they ostrlotlr fully warrantodt ana lUll ouly medium la imvo lo re bouud to nvo itouo but the Estey Bre tho During Highway Hob bold hlgl way robbery complicated with a dcadl assault WAS perpetrated on tho Nort street circle at 5 oclock Saturday morn At that hour Anthony OllTney llv ing at 175 Fourteenth was return Ing homo from his work when a ma dashed upon him and attempted to at BO his watch and A struggle fol lowed and the assailant drew a revolve and shot Qaffney through tho body ant tben gulled him wlhu Guffuey foil and tho robber emptlnd his and Gaffney Is seriously injured I There is no clow to the Sontoiifled to Three for case at tho People William Laridon for murder of Joseph an at In Imt been on trial for the last three The Jury brought In a verdict of guilty of Saturday morning and Landon to three ImprUou After the verdict Landon at tempted suicide with a but was frustrated by tho Landou was tried and convicted In Mason county about six months A new trial granted and a change of venue obtained The Murder Cnao the Bus sell murder case Friday Nellie the wife of the murdered man fullv Identified Calvin Balden as the man who shot her Harley on the evening of Juuo Sho was not moved n her Sho also Iden tified tho cout and hat worn by Albert Dunham as being the coat and hat worn by the person who hold the horse while lloldon did tho Tho UreiitCounnll of llml great council of the Improved Order of Red Men of the United States closed An peal from the action of tho council of Illinois was laid over until next session ponding an amicable A ros o utlon Instructing the committee on re vldlon of law to frame a law allowing states to organize state great councils of the degree of Pocahontas was Another Stage Ituliuory In tile Welt post muster at Fort telegraphs that the stage on the route between Ulltlcen and Lako was held up and robbed by The ri fled the and after securing all the eglstered letters and valuable packages eitroyed those The amount aeoured by the robber In not known MJLA A 233 State 910 Olive Cook Cook oouuty Republican oonvnutloti met at Unttory thU Saturday George WllllU WM ohoMu On the Informal ballot for Jarnw Gilbert hod a and wheu two or throe wards had boeu culled on the formal a motion to make the nomination by acclamation WOK Uutt WM nomlnuUid for county traanurar by aoola inatlon On tha formal ballot for county clerk Heury Wulff lug 317 aiu for lirl llm Klu of u IonmlB Ash looking for hie pretty wife am 1300 lu with which he ways ahe ban ab Ha left home at the uiiual hour ror work and his wlfo fullowaLaud him for a which ho JB her At uoon homo to IVrhe house A ATLANTIC Anna for many yoars proprle trew of the Hotel In thU loft hiaving varloua bimlnoiu men hern to mourn hor departure to tha extent of betwemi ami She lion beau In the habit of giving to hor ami worth low The SAN Brother hood of Locomotive Firemen at their ses Friday received the report of tho com mittee appointed to consider Chief Bar gents plan for tho of a buildup to cost In which to lodge tK e committee reported The matter was laid The commit constitution reported a number of The action taken JUI10 Chicago for tho federation of tho Brother hood or Brotherhood of way tho Swlthmens Mutual Aid association and Brolhorhood of Loco motive Firemen A Failure on Change notice announo Ing that Charles Smith could not meet their obligations was posted on change Saturday The failure excited general as Smith has boon an active and bold speculator nn prominent tactor In tho wheat market Smith ls at homo sick and no accu MeMtlnmte of tbo firms or II can bu arrived bucket shop was closed Saturday morning and it is reported that Loomin had disappeared with of bis customers ICvory other bucket In the city except Murphy Co Is to be In Nothing Wrong with the Sept poi soning of the family of Wllllom Hart at won attributed at tho time to the tin of a prepara tion for making ffixtiiwlve re has resulted In showing tho tttuw existed likely In the The poraonn affented have al Tho of puddlno hw been ai wull w tested by eating and nothing wrong was found 1U It Wreck on the New York NBW train outho Now York Central road collided wllh wthln tihe city limits T oclock Saturday The en gine also the two rear freight seriously Injuring four A mliplnood switch was the The accident wiw ut first ohnrgod to the strik or their but It was learned later that the uoolduut was purely the re of Kag or I3NT Dado or to Body Art 1MB Lace or ur Oil Wire and Cocoa Mats whether you wish to buy or not our HOWELL IWJ FALL SUPERIOR SUIT OF j MtKOTKO THK MOST 8TVUB11 WANNIIK At Figures tliat will Please   

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