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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 3, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH.  VOLUME 30.  ALTON,  ILL* FRIDAY EVENING Of’TORFP •> i ono  * **■»■*?<  A  —  ----— *    ti,    iOHU  I  Pl  A-  iidf  •BF* We have had manafaetarod for our Special Trade (by one of the leading Paper Mille in the East) a complete Line of the LATEST and BEST STYLES.  PAPE RTI ES.  (BOX PATER.)  MT* These Matchless floods are now under way, and will reach us in about IO days.  •qjrWe hare cut deep into tho prices of our present stock, and offer you same at  TOUR OWN PRICE.  •ay*Remember all our goods are open to your inspection, and you will And each and every article distinctly marked in.  Plain FiffotoH.  THE LATEST.  The Stepping Stone, by  Sidney Rosenfeldt.  VODAi< AMJ IN HT RI MENTAL) IOC a Copy.  DEGENHART^ °SL™ S:   GREAT  Wi le! Third St., cor. nasa.  25c for 3 Copies.  50c for 7 Copies*  $1.00 for 15 Copies.  Catalogue PlillK on Application, or >1 ailed FREE to any Address.  Cbas. J. Degenhart,  ALTOV, i i i UA. -fhird and Pint tit. • Alton. Ill  Ready Mixed Paints I Oils  -AGENTS FOR THEAL Louis Varnish Co. Fine VARNI8IIKS aud JAPANS.  Charter Oak Stores ana Ranges  Black Diamond and Asbestos Rood ag. Building and Sheeting Paper. Force, Lift and Spraying Pumps. New Home and White Sew lug Machines; ISO each. Agents for tho  Celebrated Maker Fart Vaeoas.  —FINE LINK OF—  Carriages. Banes and Sanaa Vapas  Rte the Beet HOAD CART in the World for SIO.  11 Join Mia Cl.  Hardware anc! Farm Machinery, Alton, III*  PI-A.3STOS  Are tames self tapster becasse they are strictly tmt-elat*. felly "annoted, sod still eely medium In pride.  Art th# hest Is the world, and have led all ethers for years. Over J no,OOO In ■se. The people ar* bound Ie ha*i* tis* best, ast! will save none but (be Lstey.  Oar prices are the lowest aud terms either UsM' payaieote ar cash, aa easterners prefer.  Call aud see ss, ar send for Cate-legate sad fall IstermaUca.  ESTEY & CAMP,  233 State Street, Chicago.  MTSL Louis House, 01(3 & OIB Olive St.  Mwtk* UU* Paper  k Vf   A Mini CAPITOL  BOLO EXPRESS ROBBERY.  An Air of "Fall House Clean* ing” in the Building.  ONE LONE MEMBER IN THE HOUSE,  The Ever IHo POPULAR -LUC/  Sheet Music.  ((’HAP. J, DKG RN I! .KT, Pol* Afront.)  CHOICE SELECTIONS  (MRK PT LI,Y ARRANGKD KO BEGIN NFJ’ AND KOR THS 1>K OK TEACH ERS OK HIK  PIANO ANO ORGAN.  Chopstick Wtilts, by.................De Lull!  Ply Away Galop, by  .......  Wallis,  Gfrtrude Dream Walt*, by ...Beethoven. Im pa ti enc* (Hank! Galop), by ..Mtreabbog  In tbr Sunshine, by..  ....... fans*.  Jack Kroet’s March, by ....    . ..Knight  Moment Muslral, by ....... Mchubert.  Playful Ronda, by  .........Green*.  Russian (.rand March, by .......... errands  atar of Affection Masurka.by ., llnrtmann  Ulm* emf Rosas Galop, by  Htreabbog  mum Waite, by.......    “  Wreath Waite, by  .....  Ulese  Ac., ae., Ac., ac., sc.  Bat Mot a Senator To Bo Sees— The dor. •rawest Printing OfMee Boos Quirk Work ire tho Tariff Hill—Bills and IC-.olti lion* lntrwdaeed During tho Ursa I on of Congress J fiat Kh4mI—Marriage of iollcttor Hepburn’* Daughter.  Wash!\ot<>ji City, Oct. A—The Capitol Thursday morning was almost deserted. A few sights -cr* wens in tbs corridors and In the rotunda, a small army of scrubbers were engaged in the task of t (T il ing from tbs walls and steps th* evl den co* of the wear and tear of a ten month’s session, and a few newspaper men wandered around, hoping against hope that some scrap of news would repay them for their visit, But everything was dead. In lh* senate chamber not a senator appear, and only the merry voices of the page toys w( re heard as they prepared the Alee of The Record, etc., for binding.  Cleaning Pp the Building.  Mr. Owen*, of Ohio, waa the only member in the house. He sat In a cloud of dust raised by the men engaged in sweeping th# bail, attending to hts correspond once. In the committee rooms th* clerks were busily employed lo attending to the business of the chairmen, franking documents and answering letters. But an air of “fall house cleaning” pervaded every nook and comer of the building.  THE TARIFF BILL.  lf Is Already Printed and Copies Malled to Collectors.  Washington City, Oct. t—The gov amman! printing office made the quickest time on record In getting out the official print of the tariff law. Most of it was in type Wednesday bat th* proofs had Li be compared with the original MU at the state department Wednesday night As there were eighty-six pages In proof tha WMS by no moans a simple work. But u ides the supervision ol .Mr. Bryan, of tire priating office, It was coin pie ted not long after nth!night and before morning the pre*#*** had turned out enough copies of th* hit! to supply th* col lectors of custom throughout the country. They see re malled Thursday by the treasury depart meta and It la eipected that all of them will have reached their destinations by the time the taw goes Into effect—nest Monday.    _  The Investigating Committee**.  Washington City, Oot. A-The shortness of tbs recess of congress will prevent the several investigating committees pursuing their inquiries to any extent before th* next session convenee Th* sub-corn mitts* of the house appointed to look Into the arrangements by the world’s fair commission for the government exhibit, will go to Chicago et an early day. The subcommittee of the house judiciary committee, that has been investigating allegations of cor re pt too 'n United States co«rta. will go to New Orleans after the November election to oonUone its iu vest I-gition and the joint committee of the senate and bourn charged with th* Inquiry Into the Immigration system will g i to tbs Pacific coast early in November  Bills sad Resolutions latro.lured.  Washington City, Od A—The Records show that iv,NUN bills and 285 joint resolution* were intr**duced in th* house daring the session just ended, agelast 11,009 bills and SSS joint resolutions Introduced (luring the first session of th* Fiftieth congreet. During both sessions of the Kl ft let b congress. 12, AA* bills and 2nd joint resolutions were Introduced In the botts*. In the senate 4,451 bills sod IAI Joint resolutions were introduced in th* first session of the Fifty-first congress, against 8,644 bills and IU joint resolutions for the corresponding session of the Fiftieth congress The bills Introduced in the senate during th* Fiftieth congress numbered 4.UUU and the joint resolutions number lit  A Trets Meld Up la Ohio sad the Express Safe Bided.  Tirrut, Ohio, Oct A—Ae train No. I on the Cincinnati, Sandusky and Cleveland I road was pulling out of Urbana Ta i *day morning at 8 o'clook two tu cked men broke in the Adams Express ct lupauy’s oar, and presenting revolver* at ilia bead of Arch L Seudder, the express messenger, demand* I his kays Prodder surrendered and was then bound hand and foot and gagged. Th* robbers thin rifled Scudder’s pocket*, wearing YTft in money, his welch, and with the keys rifled the safe of its contents, about 11. UGI. The train bad reached a small town, West Liberty,. by this time, and the robbers left the car and took a post Don upon tbs platform. Scqdder hoc eroded in calling the attention of the loco! agent to his condition and was lib crated and th* alarm given, but the robbers ©overed the train men with their guns sud ordered the train to proceed,  nich it did, and just as they reached Bellefontaine, the robbers left the train and disappeared in tile darkness with the booty.  Parti nu od aa < obi! I lion.  ST, Paul. Minn., Oct. A-—A most peculiar conditional pardon was granted Wednesday morning to Thomas O'Connor, who Las nerved twelve years of a life sentence In tho penitentiary a NMM water for the murder of his nephew. Harry Vaughn. Th* petition for O’Connor's release wa* signed by ail the jurymen who rendered th* verdict, lite judge who pro nuanced the sentence, and Judge Severance, the prosecuting attorney in the ca**, who hi now Judge of the Mankato district. The condition on which th* liberation la granted ie that O’Connor is to leave tbs state forever, nevermore to return to his old home in Le Sear county under any pretense  Cedar My po »l lr I it Haena*.  Root ESTEB, N, Y., Oct. 8 —a. Bartow Jones, principal of the Jones Riding academy, bas suddenly Rift the city under peculiar circumstances. Hi* friends claim that be was induced to depart by a local mesmerist. They assert that he has been under hypnotic inhuenos for I some Dins and tbsy propose to invest!-I gats the matter, A young lady whom June* cal F-d bls cousin has also disap  ; neared, Jones'friends refuse to disclose I the name of the bypnotls -r. Ile has been acting strangely of late and hts friends Hitr bu.e his Iwbnvior t > the hypnotic in-(im nae Us ieavss a wife and child.  FUE KNIGHTS MEST CO  The  New York Central Have None of Them.  WHI  EDICT BY VICE PRESIDENT WMS.  A ODralsr fsswed to Meads of Depart-Bleats Notifies Them That I he Cees paa y Objects ta the Km pi of m silt of Knights and They Mast Aet Aeeordt*gly~The (.rest Brick Hot cot at New York Finally Lifted— Ald fee Strikers.  New York. (Jct. A-Th* New York Central officials have decided that no more Knight* of Labor shall be employed on th.- road and Thursday Vice J‘resident Webb issued rn circular directing the banda of the various departments to make 'heir decision known. The circular is ad  Itrcoek el Promise bult.  tlflSeed to the general manager, gsnsrsl superintendent, chief engineer and supermini,' at of motive power aud rolling and says: ’’The recent strike and sets of lawlessness committed In connection therewith, the published correspond enoe between the leaders of the organise tloo that ordered it, and the fact that many men now seeking re employment state that th ay quit work from fear of persona] violence, and did not dare to offer to resums work for the same reason, compel the manage men t (rf the company to announce that it objects to its employe* being members of the organisation known as the Knights of Labor.’  It Mesas What It Nays The management is satisfied that membership in this particular organisation Is Inconsistent with faithful and efficient service to the company and liable at any time to prevent It from properly discharging It* duties to th* public. You will at once take such action a* will bring this circular to th* attention (rf the employes In your respective depart meats.” I (General Superintendent Voorhees said Thursday that the circular means precisely what it says. Knights must either give ap their membership In the order or leave th* road.    __  LIFTED THE BOYCOTT.  New York Dealers (’ss Use Aey Kind of Hrtek Tkey Please.  New Yoke, CM. A—Th* board of walking delegatee declared th* brick boycott  off Wednesday afternoon. They lost the fight, but contend that they were not defeated. Dealer* and bol Ider* may now  < >>i.t urn s, Ohio, (Jet. A—Mias Minnie use any kind of bricks they like, and the  sad it * pea aes Pat*. Pans, iteMNHiiuf BMNMBsa  ... ...    „___ _    ga    MMM WPP! I  B BTM R Ba, MeeserysBea, «’a I —go. YI). ^W tw»ese tsjrait*t>I s  NU HPI ll I Ka< m * IU  lu-'-. tiaras teed INvter jr aa*  ' advantages to tiesutoera. SKM* aw. Mi***. *  /AIK. IT* atar—lawAd mm Sh**|t^  Holiettar Hepburn's Daughter Married.  Washington City, Oct. A—Mum Mary Margaret Hepburn, a daughter of Solicitor end Mm W. P. Hepburn, and Mr. Roy Hawley Chamberlain of Clarinda, la., were married Wain red ay at noon at the residence of the bride’s parents, the Rev. Rush R. Shipmen of All Sonia* church officiating, fbere were present only a few friends of the bride, about thirty guests, Th* bride wore a traveling drees <»f brown velvet end e pretty bonnet met ch ing in color, end serried a bunch of KMM After receiving the congratulations of their friends end partaking af a collation Mr sod Mm Chamberlain left by train for New York eity, from where they will go to Clarinda* la  Mills Peek****! ky th* President.  Washington City, Od A-Eleven bills which passed both house* failed to become lair* because they did not receive lh* preside tit’s signal urn Th* most important of them is th* 1411 for th* relief of tire assignee- of John Roach, on a claim for extra allowance on th* ooetraet for th* machinery of tbs United States ship* Peoria, amounting to 161,752. The bill referred th# claim to the court of claims, and gffv# th* court Jurisdiction in th* matter.  Another Flaw PurefrrsA  Washington City, Od A-It Ie under-stood that another flaw bas baso discovered in th* tariff Nil as signed—tbs omission of tbs paragraph providing for a drawback on manufactured tobacco. As this clause does not go into sffsd until Jan. I, congress will ham aa opportunity to remedy the defect.  Visile es Is ti* Care Palace.  Sun x City, la. Od A-A special train arrive*! We-idksday from Boston carrying about tau New England ca pi tails ti and ne wa pa per representative* to visit tbs corn psi see Mrs Logea did od accompany lbs party as was expected  deva Jersey tbs Shahs.  Mount Holly, N. J., Od a—Several *b>ok* of earthquake were felt et this place at 8:45 Tuesday afternoon. Buildings were shaken, and many persona became frightened and ran out of thair houses. No damage to reported.  A ( hies*** Mea** Aes Dying.  Lox no*, Od A - The old*#! son of Eugene Field, of Chicago, is reported to hr d> log in this city of peritonitis. Tbs attack is so severe, It to said, the! bis physicians have given up all bops of averting a fata* »'inn motion.  Latah, an employs in a photograph gallery in this city, ha* brought snit at Clo finnan for damage-, for breach of prom lac of marriage against Simon Ovsrmeyer, th# millionaire m tau facia mr who three seek* ago married at Chicago Miter Sophia, of the Or tor of the Had Oro** •Vito* Iamb claims that she met Over-meyer et Newark, Ohio, about rn year and a half ago, and that bs professed to bs in ’ love with ber, end that they became engaged May 17, IMMU.  A Phrnuoi*>***« I* Bridge Jumping.  LuMinN. Oct. A—Little Aile* Beaumont, ag"*l IO, was a prisoner at the Mansion bouse charged with beiug a bridge jumper. The constable who tea ti fled against her declared that be stopped ber In the art of jumping off a bridge, her mother tieing pm#lit on the bridge and her father waiting below in a boat to pick her up. The parents said they were ail professional swimmers and that Alice had a! ready Join ire! from hslghts of forty fest. Tbs Judge bound th* parents over  A Peculiar Arr III rn I.  I Roy, N. Y., Oct. 3.—A probable fatality occurred et Cohoes shortly after 12 o’clock Thursday morning that will re suit iu the death of an aged woman, Mrs Jetson of Walnut street While wrapped in eiumb'r, th* chimney of her bouse toppled over and crashing through the roof and ceiling, (ell on Mrs. Jal son and her daughter, Mary, who were sleeping in the same bed. lbs latter waa not seriously injured. A physician said Mrs. Jeu Mi could not live.  Three W<*u*-ii Killed ky a Train.  MASI I NONCE, Qua, Od A—While Men D<staler, wife of Dr. Dostaler, of this place, was driving across th* Canadian Pacific tracks in * carriage containing herself Mrs Plebe, Mia* Heroin and two children, aged about 5 years, the carriage was struck by a freight train and all three ladies were iustautiy killed. TU* two children escaped without injury.  They Years for Reciprocity.  HAL!VAX, Od A—On* thousand five hundred parsons attended a meeting near Rockingham Wednesday afternoon, at which speeches were made by Sir John Thompson, Sir John A. MacDonald, C. ii. Tupper, end T. E Kenny, M. P. All announced themselves as favoring reel procity with the United blate*.  A Wreath (rosa Kaiser Billy.  Vienna, Od-The Emperor William visited th* Capuchin church Wednesday and placed a wreath upon the coffin of th* late Archduke Rudolf Th* two emperors aad the king of .Saxony have started oa a bunting expedition In the tkjrisa Alp*.  Walk-Over for th# Democrats.  Savannah, Ga., Od. A—Th# election Wednesday passed off very quietly aud was s complete walk-over for the Democrats. Nnly 2.266 votes wars polled bere, of which tho Democrats received LUI and the Republicans SIA It was the same all over th* stat*.  Th* Choler* la Spale.  Madrid. Od A—Official statistics rereived by the government show that there were 1,111 fresh case-, of cholera in Apain during the month of September and Mu deaths, iiiure the outbreak of th* epidemic there have been 4, RTO cases aud Aftiedaatha.  Emperor William’s Charity.  Vienna, Od A—Three thousand florins bars been presented to th* poor of this city by Emperor William who baa also made gift** to th* ambulance servlet aud numejouM ether worthy objects.  ffareehattst Fatally Mart.  De LAMURA Ma, Od. A—Mule, Crawford, a parachute jumper, leaped from a balloon at the fair her*. The parachute did not work, and the woman (**11 to tho ground, and received fatal Injuries.  200 bargeloads which the manufacturers claim to have somewhere up the river may nome down in triumph, end th* new buildings may go up. The action of th* walking delegates waa a surprise. Two dealer* in building material met the I ma rd aud told them that contract aud “sucker" bricks were getting scarce, and that sooner or latter they would have to sell boycotted bricks, which were th* only kind of w hich there was sn unlimited supply. Ut lier dealers would have to do th* same, and the reenlt would be innutn • ratee strikes, which would only make rn alter* wore*. This argument convinced the board end the boycott was lifted.  AM ta Their Striking Brethren.  NEW Yore, (Jct A—Representative* (rf 2,800 sinking cigar makers in Bingham ton, N. Y„ are In this city soliciting Anan elal aid for the striking starving men and women in their native towns The cigar makers’ unions of Brooklyn are each con tributing It a month, sud th* New York cigar tuskers have already sent •6,000, and are send mg sash ii a month.  LONGS FOR HIS DAUGHTER.  A Wealthy Masaaehasette Mao’s ieareh for His Child.  Middle boho, Moas., Oct. A—George Welker, a wealthy retired carriage man ufacturer of this town, to making great efforts to find his daughter who la lees fortunate days he waa only too glad to give away. In IMW wbsn a poor young Journeyman in Maine he married equally poor sud was biassed with a little daiqih-ter. Tbsy struggled along, getting deeper and deeper la the mire until the child, who bed been named Mary, was 4 years old. On* day a Mr. sud Mrs K. F Hudson, theatrical people from New York, wsre in the neighborhood sud seeing th* child were struck with her beauty and ob-erving th* parent*’ pov arty offered to adopt her and educate her for the stags  Bunting for Bls Child.  This was finally agreed to aad the Blat sons took I be child. Fortune bas smiled on Mr. Walker, however, and bis first wife taring dead and having married again, hr is in hi* wealth and age lonesome end longs to have his child hack to inherit his wealth. Re hunted th* Stetsons and found that husband and wife had parted, th* child going with the woman, and that sh* was now an actress nuder sn assumed name somewhere. Mr I Walker has hired detec:ive* who are I searchiag all th* dramatic agencies of the country, hunting for some trace of the I lust darling.  Navel lnjnaetlea Suit.  Bloomington, His. Otto. A—A man named BI wards, who la la th* oounty jail here charged with puking pockets, waa photographed by order of lb*- abend agal oat In* will. VWdne-day Edwards eppt'ed to Judge .sample for an injunction lo real rain lit* sheriff from distributing his picture, ou the ground that he to aa Innocent man. and the dlatiibutioa of bls pi.o >(graph* wilt Injure him Th# sheriff e a ts that the picture waa taken to send to tbs w ird-'im of tbs penitentierie* in order that it may be ascertained whether Et wards we* seer s eon vtet in them.  COAL.  The Famous Gillespie Soft GOAL delivered at five minutes notice In any et the city. Burns lo a Clear Gray Ash, no Clinkers or Cinders. Best Soft Coal Ii* the  HARD COAL  Begar A. Fryer s Judge.  Albany, N Y , Oct. A—Governor HUI Wednesday app**.me > Gen. Roger A. Pryor, judge of the mart of common plea* of NV ft York  Tk# Operator Wee Not Arrested. *  Easton, Pa , Get. A—The report of the arrest of Operator Glosser, who to charged with Cising responsible for Ute disaster on the Jersey Central road on Monday night above Lehighton, to incorrect. He visited the Bien# of th* wreck, aud was about to be arrested wbsn he disappeared aad baa not sines bees seen. He to a boy, aged between 16 and I? year*. When told of the wreck be we* attending the Katie Mooney prr.'ort'tagee ta the opera house at Mouth Chunk, and bad the order* for the holding of IU* teslas in his pocks!.  Ko a od rn Lot of Did Cote*.  Dedham, Ms**, Get. A—A gang of  workmen employed iu digging out th* i earth from *u obi well that had caved la on the Theodora Kills farm at West Dedham, found sn iron pot half filled with gold coins, including Spanish moody i listed 165% ITW*, 174% iTNI, im, and IMH.  In all sixes, Delivered at Lowest Market Prices. Quality Unsurpassed,  BUY NOW, BEFORE THE BIG ABONCE.  Dorsey & Mann  310 Belle street.  TELEPHONE 84 AND 91.  WARM AIR FURNACES!  HARL) AND BOPP COAL.  To oot friends woald sty we are now pre pared lo put IR fumaore and repair old OOM. Satisfaction in everjr oase guaranteed. Buoond- hated Furnace# always on hand.  PITTS & HAMILL,  810 33 HILLIS STJ tMT.  STOP ! WHESRB ?  E. I BORCKMinrS.  -AND SRK ftfT—  LATEST FABRICS  -Iff  CLOTHS, WL BCESIERS *N0 CASIMERES,  Which I Win nuke up in th* very Lit RHT KAAT* AX STY LIM him* bul Bood Wore men employed. I Moly ult einn.i Im* ( otnpetlUou.    se    lad I y  ITS NO SECRET.  That our STOCK I* the MOST OOM BLETH ever oroqghl to Alto*. We OU show you Something New as ofton as yen oail Im  CARPETS!  Tapestry,    Body Brussels,  Ingrain,    Art Squares,  Rag or Hemp.  UNT CURTAINS!  Dado or Plain,    Lace or Portier.  IIM RUOSi  Fur Moquette,    Smyrna & Oriental.  Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocoa Mats.  I.adios Uke to em* the Newest and Floret in House DeooreMoBS. Th* gasletl way to tee them Ie to Gall frequently al shat whether you wish to buy or not.  A. J. HOWELL.  FALL SUITS.  I All KOW READY TU FL kl UH RYMUT MAN IN ALIMI WITH A  SUPERIOR SUIT OF CLOTHES,  made from cloth# ^klkctkd kni wtally ffuaqi  FAIjIj WEAR-  CRT? IN TWN Hoer HTY LIAU M AVN KR,     a   With Perfect Fit,  AND  At Figures tint will Please AIL  H. O. Ck Moritz.   

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