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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - December 4, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON VOLUME THURSDAY DECEMBER THE LATEST CRAZE t A now ami Intorosrngffauie THE POPULAR GAME Mill remarkably fascination for YOUNG and If you would be play By tho author of It is equally interesting to children as well na adults and is learned to play in three The great Military Guine Should be in every We also carry in stock the ever popular Progressive Table Ring improved and a of other interesting and pleasing Board Puzzles Puzzles Puzzles The The The MOST famous GYPSY PUZZLE without doubt the most in teresting and Fascinating Puzzle yet introduced NotUiug like Must be and tried to be Only THE The National Commfalon To Be EXTRAVAGANCE IN SALARIES The ComlnK Hepurt of the Fair Committee at WaMiliiKton Ixxikcd for with of tho Com mlttcemen In Cou Vaitei the Copyright Indian WASHINGTON arrival of Chairman of Uie worlds Mr Is looked for with great inter The committee Will make ft report as soon as practicable after Ills arrival uud it is understood will tear the na tiouhl commiKBlon in great One member of tho committee in talking of the that the national coni misriion is enormously extravagent in the salaries paid and other and that It will cost a On the other all the members of the committed speak kindly about Chicago and of the gcntrul course of tho people1 of that city in the nnd the indications are Unit the committee hag no criticism to offer except upon the course of the na tional The Local Directory ARepublican member of Candlers com speaking of the local said they hod been snubbed and slighted at every I he Lyman Marshall Otto Armour and other Chicago millionaires who with the big rail roaq practically guaranteed the Jlrst should be allowed to organize the fair and with the locdl directory run The big and un wieldy national commission should give place to a compact executive committee of froth nine to fifteen and their functions should be purely Our committee will include this among our FARMERSIN CONVENTION POCKET A new Race Game for YOUNG and a fascinating and exciting Game of Only I3EALER IN Picture Fancy 101 and Third and Piasa A 5c BOX OOUGH lOo BOTTLE OOUGH lOc BOX FACE lOo BOTTLE lOo PACKAGE 8EIDLITZ lOo BOX GOOD LIVER lOo BOX GOOD AT MARSHS DRUG STORE ALTON AND UPPER ITs NO That our STOCK is the MOST COMPLETE ever Drought to We can show ou Something New as often as you call in THE DAY IN The1 Copyright Bill Fussed After a Lengthy WASHINGTON resolu tion offered in the senate Tuesday in rela tion to a site for the government printing offide led to a long discussion It was finally referred to the committee on An interesting debate took plaie on the subject of tlie threatened In diaii war apropos of u joint resolution to iBsuJe arms to the states of North and South Dakota uud Voorhees having situation to foot of the In diahs being starved and Dnwes and Pierce replying to The discussion wa4 interrupted 2 oclock by the election bill coming up as unfinished Panged tho Copyright iji the house after tho reading of the joujrnal the copyright bill was taken up and debated at length The discussion wafe participated in by and Finally the bill was nays The Indian WASHiNGfotf Crf only disjputch received at the war department Wednesday morning reading on tho In dian situation was from the Rosebud All was reportedquiet there The absence of dispatches from Pine Ridge and Standing Rock Indian agen cies is regarded at the war department as an evidence that the situation is no worse ana probably better than it Orders were Wednesday issued from the war de pajrtment directing that the Fifth auti Seventh regiments of infantry pro at once to thafeuclghborhood of the Rosebud The First and Seventh regiments will proceed flrst to Omaha and ihtm await further orders as to the exact location which they will 1resldoiitliil WASHINGTON presi dent has sent to the senate tho nominations of to be register of the laud office at Wau of receiver of public moneys at also n numlxir of recess appointments arid naval Meeting of tho FunniiV Alliance andin duntrlnl tliilon In National Far Alliance and InduBtrlal union met lictw Polk eongratu lutedthe alliHlicd on ita achievements Blnce the lost nnd spuhe of the of agricultural At In the afternoon a public meeting Was held in tho an audience of about persons being Presi dent Rogers of the Florida Alliance pre Oovcrnor Fleming welcomed the and was followed by tho John state senator and uproml aspirant for the United States semv to succeed Senator Presi dent Fpulks of the South Dakota Alliance also made a short in which he predicted victory for the alliance at the ballotbox in a sentiment which the delegates checrod to the An Investigation At the regular session Wednesday morn ing ajesolution was adopted providing a committee of one from each state dele to investigate tho conduct of chairman of the national execu tive presi dent of the Georgia State Alliance and President Polk in reference to the Geor gia senntorship it having been charged that these gentlemen were influenced in their action by moneyed The committee is Empowered to investi gate any other charges with which any jf the officers may be Bendy for on Invent lent In rising to a question of personal privilege in thj stated hat tho charges and rumors affecting him had been whispered and of unfair deal ings in reference to tho Georgia senator and demanded that a thorough in vestigation be He said McCuno and Polk heartily joined In this It seems evident that a fight on the sub treasury plan will Hue during the The opposition claim that this plan is class legislation and violates tho alliance con stitution in regard to equal rights and special The framing of Grand master Powderly of the Knights of Labor is anxiously looked ELY Intferesring Items of News Sent Over the DETROIT SOCIETY EDITOR Ho MuhoH Too Frfte with the Kama of Olio of tho bfkugtitfM at BitMayor Thompton nnd Hcvcnly Fnninhed Work of ill the fhlcHgo Stock Allnged KIC from tin Sidney of The a guy society Jour the victim of a cariliig Corbett recently married a daughter of Millionaire but lias a profonnd contempt for He Is reported to iave written in a of Mini Lillian daughter of ex Mayjor after Miss Thompsons from when it was reported n New York nnd Detroit papers that she viisto marry Count of Must Let Hiii Diitifthten Thin the family very emphatic illy Tuesday Thompson culled on and a row ensued in which he iimyov struck Corbett across the fuce with a following it up with related until bystanders interfered and separated the ays if The Critic does not let his daught rs he will horsewhip Corbett on the Miss Thompson has token a bouhc in New York for the BOLD WORK OF Rag or Body Brussels Art TWO TRAGEDIES AT One ind Dado or Lace or Fur Smyrna Oil Wire and Cocoa Ladles like to see the Newest and Finest in House Tbe Easiest way to see them is to Call frequently at our whether you buy or Mini Huvdarcil for Money Another for morning the dead body of John Catkins was found lying along the railroad track near Harts Thu last seen of Watkins alive was Monday when ho was iu conipony with two al tlirep under the influence of Watkinshoda large sum of money on bis and when found Tuesday the money was Ills skull was and a heavy club lying beside him told story of a The two men who were him Mondui night have not been won Shut In 11U Wlfoa Tuesday morning another trngedy was enacted near the Ferdinand a was his jvay to his accompanied by hip wlion they were mot by Charles a shiftless who gained an existence by from his was ar Tonguet appuaring as the prbsucutlng and JJoiitou tben sworo Wliun he met Tonguot Tuesday ho stopped him on tho protoimo of wnnting a olicw of nud whllo Ton giiet WBB it hu pulluij it ruvolver and shot him in tho making a fatal Hiiitoii was FIFTY YEARS Cynig Field Celohrutes HU Golden NEW golden wedding of Cyrus Field and uife was celebrated Tuesday at the residence of northeast corner of Twenty flint street and Lexington A reception was held from 4 to 6 during which time more than 400 guests paid their respects to the aged who received the congrat ulations of thefrfriendM with their children standing around Of the hundreds of presents received by and the most conspicuous was a large solid gold punch bowl of exquisite workman Coiiffratulatioim from During the day Field received a targe number of congratulatory telegrams from different parts the United States and as well as from Great South and Of the number received none ap peared to delight Field half as much as one which was signed by sixtythree prom inent men among ttiem the duke of Leaharn Lord William Archdeaoon Sir William George Shaw Lefevre and Baron Family IMiinor at In the evening a family dinner was served in the large dining room in the Field Among those who sat about it were and Fields three Stephen of the United States supreme who came on from Washington early in the morning David Dudley Field and Henry and Fields fifteen With the ex ception of the officiating who is all the persons present at the cer mony fifty years ago participated in the festivities in afternoon and even Field lain his Tlst year and he and his wife are both in excellent Till FINEST Radiant EllIU UKST I1AKI OOAL 1IAHK UllS MOST 1KltriCOT HOOK 8TOVK K1IIH WAUIUNIED IfOK V1VK 100 108 6SWNP ST pilot tlio Nogro negro was In tbu store of Indian Trader when one of the clerks sliWod him A ol gureite picture of a telling the ne gro that It bore u striking rooemuluuce to Tho negro got angry IMHMUHO of tlm remarks uoncurnlug and begun to Ho was ordured but uoou returned with Imndu full of He threw one of them and hit Scott iu tjm groin and was In tbo net of hurling another when Scott drew his re volver and shot thu killing him in Coiiiblnutliiii In eoinWnatiou boon formed to contrul liuiiagtiiaent of thechuaplodulng ItoiiHex In this city known HH the Frlundly The or gunUatlon will bo callid the Now Kng land Hotol The com pany in control lud by llvo iiuriipuit HUoown thu capital uliiok of gUipu Imve bsou taken to huiiKtw in Wprvwter uuil Bluyor Peeks the Re publicans cast the same vote in the special election Tuesday as they did in the No vember election in this city they would have elected a mayor for tho unexpired term of Governorelect but a cam paign of only two days failed to rally them to the while the Democrats wore out in forcfc and Peter Somera as mayor by an overwhelming The xjtftl vote cost was of which Madge John giving Somors a majority of and a plurality over Madgeburg of Llccnso Question In from tlio twentytwo Muaauohusetts cities which Tuesday held municipal etcctions are very alow in coming Fourteen of the twentytwo show that no on whicl question thoh is in this state local option has received an overwhelming Fal for which lost year votxl no license by luts gone for and the gajno in Jambridgo and For the most part Demo cratic nuiyon arc aud the cltj government is Democratic iu twelve of the fourteen cities hoard ruwrcuj Huntunced to Nellie obargcd with tho murder of was found guilty Wednesday and sun tujUixl to The murder was coin inlttuU at tliq Pcarcoy womuuK where tho wife of the wim A quarrel arose between tho women over Hoggs infidel and in n fit of killed the other afterward carry ing her victims body to a distant where it was found thu next Four Men Klllixl In nil imjsjimiger from Oak lUdgn reports a serious shooting affray thtnv Saturday Two inmi named and Shanks got Into a lifllciilty with Dtirt and after hoy woru the uoiiKtttble with a undertook to ttnwt Wliitnuy aud thulr refuhiil In Hiirron a fcuiuinl fusiUudv took plnjiviiul It is rnjiortcil llmt both voit with muu who lunl tliuni Clinrtfo It to of tho bowels is aging ut and other artsof where mciil unij flour aru excluded from thu diet of the peoples tmpeclully since the Mel bil nag inuiio tlie cjosing of junny riy Secure from a Cunlilor ut the ITrilon Hlork John K casiiier f the Allerton Packing was eld up ia his office in tlie packing house by two unknown men of grangoriikeap and robbed of in It was pay day at Allcrtona and a few moments after had been brought from the bank to the cashier the two strangers entered the In an in stant the cashier was looking down the mufczle of n was commands ed to empty the money into a canvas bag which was held out alongside the Mlulc joixl Their Eighteen hundred men were working in the packing house close by at the time of the After the robbers had se cured the money they backed out of the office and thrust a jimmy through the latch of the only door to the uileot ually barring the egress of the A buggy in waiting at tlie curb dashed off with the and all truce of them was lost before the police could be Kncupcd from an Sanford who was convicted anil sent to the peni tentiary from here five years ago for life for the murder of his wife in Bond county anil after a years confinement iu the was adjudged insane and placed in the asylum at escaped from that institution Tuesday At the time Noe was transferred to the jsylum it was tho opinion of every one lere who know him that he feigned in sanity for no other purpose than that he ihightgct outside of the prison walls and some time make his Noos crime was a roost heinous and it was the opinion of the public generally that lie should have paid tho penalty by Manugor nud Troupe business manager of the Sew York Com edy has mysteriously disappeared from the American He came made a contract for his troupe to stop af the billed the town for tho play and Sunday left the hotel and has not been seen He left his trunk and other valuable baggage at the and neither himself the New York dra matic troupe have been heard They were to be at the Opera house Monday His Vlctlmn Arc Jack the Pois oder is a rich harvest in this city in the way of destroying During the past fortyeight hours more than fifty val Jttble animals have been found dead on lw all of them their fate from eating poisoned bologna Re wards for the apprehension of the miscre ant already aggregate over but as yet no cluw to his identity has been dis Will Utilld Factory of Thulr American Window Glass Workers other wise known as Assembly Knights of now propose to build a glass fac tory of its Tho factory will be run as a cooperative but the profits will go into the treasury of the organiza Tho object in establishing thu foe tory is to ascertain exactly how much profit there is in tho thiit the men may act intelligently iu formulating their COAL The Famous Gillespie Soft COAL de livered at five minutes notice In any ol Burns to a Clear Gray no Clln k ers or Best Soft Coal HARD GOAL u Irt all Delivered at Lowest Market Quality BUY BEFORE THE BIG Dorsey 310 Belle TELEPHONE 84 AND 21 OF JUST PITTS BEADY FOR THE HOLIDAYS iW and See 8I1WKR WATCHES JEWELRY tb Violins SILVERWARE Domestic and Standard Sewing Sewing Machine Needles uud Repairs of all and Steel Spectacles to Suit ill Watches and Jewelry Noblo Work for NEW A meeting was held ut Cooper Union to protest against the execution of Sophie tho young Russian girl who is condemned to death In Russia on minplcion of being a Nihil Resolutions wore adopted entreating the Russian government to modify tht A copy will bo split to the Rus sian minister nt aud another copy will bo wiit to Beoretury with the Muu tliut lie will intercede on IMS half of the The striking coal have been joined by nearly all the men who woi uat work The Indications aru that the struggle will bo a long and bitter Nearly half the furnaces In the district will go out of Llast this nnd othera wil follow an loon KM their stock of coke IN The mine firm in their ruslatauuo of tho demands o the A HllrutUtlodfruy NKW The World says the lullfornla allditlc club at u meeting Tues day night decided to olTur u purtM of or a content bilwoun Jnke Kllralu and tioorgu Is willing to spur for t hut uud Phil Dwycr vlrixl him tlmtlio wouM u stake 1 if the nillteh was Kll ulu wild thu terms wore satisfactory to I AM NOW IlKAUY TO FURNISH KVKUY KAN IN AWOW WITH A SUPERIOR SUIT OF MAUK LOTUS SKLKOTKD KSlKCIALLT FOB CUV IN TUB MOST STVU8H At Figures that will Please AIL FALL An ImlUiia Man WAKiiiNbTON The pnutileut oa apiiointed Jolin of In agent to innko an allotment f UutdN Iu Kevorulty to the ANOJHKH LOT Qf WORCESTER5 AND KDOBITED fOB ALSO A JlotU for Overcoftljs E L   

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