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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - December 15, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH VOLtTMEl DECEMBEK RIGHT TO THE FRONT Ahead of all sorted stock of wo place our COMPLETE and well as COMPLETE IN ASSORIMENT I SPLENDID IN QUALITY I GENEROUS BARGAINS WMJUOKSBtandard Holiday Gift Juvenile Books DOLL8 DOLLS BOLL BUGGIES Investigation of Charged Pre ferred Against THE COMMISSIONERS SON TESTIFIES offer the beit quality full uoodi at Lowest In dresgea Kid body and musical 11 to Patent Swinging and Shoofly hors Wash Beti Tea and Din ner Buck and Tool Uarlc Jin Toys wheel TOT Desks and Ta Carts and Ex press Toy Toy Mu sical XMA8 Flush Garland Paper Glass Candle Tree and some forty or more different si ns of tree or PLUSH GOODSPhotograph wo handle no Auto Work Stands and Picture childs Brush and Comb Dressing Manicure Shaving Infant Trave ers Dressing Col lar and Cuff cigar Horn Goods Perfume Shell XMAB AND NEW THAB8 most complete and elegant and at Prices that will make competition Call see for GAMES of all kinds including the popular Parch Music Box es playing 6 and s Violin and Guitar Prayer bovks Plcturebookg Schools Sup Tissue Papers all shades Im ported and Select HOLI A merry Xmas once again And you shall hava one and If yon will look over our And heed oar urgent call For all thats fine in the Holiday Youll sooner or later discover Can be had by one and all If you look our stock 1O1 and cor Third and Piasa FOR HARD A 6e BOX COUGH lOo BOTTLE COUGH lOo BOX FACE lOo BOTTLE lOc PACKAGE SEIDLITZ lOo BOX GOOD LIVER lOo BOX GOOD AT MARSHS DRUG STORE ALTON AND UPPER ITS NO That our STOOJK IB the MOST COMPLETE ever Brought to can show you Something New as often as you call in suites Positively That No Fmployei In the Pension OMoe Svere Appointed uii the Ueonmmomlntlon of Cunter In ton Seeking nn Increase of Her Peti In WAEHIXOTON tpe olal house committee Investigating the charges made against Commissioner of Pensions Rauin by Representative Cooper of continued Investigation Chairman Morrlll opened the session by referring to the testimony of The New York who snld hut it would be a gdod thing for the committee to get a list of employes of the pension office who had been In the em ploy of or who were ap pointed on his and he at tie time furnished the committee alist of such The CnminUiiloners Son Green son of the commis sioner of and assistant chief clerk of the pension was called and questioned as to whether Ue knew any of the persons on the list furnished by and If they were at any time to his knowledge employed by Raum said that he could state he knew of no person who was or had been in the employ of Lemon at the time of his appoint He gave the committee the names of two persons in the pension bureau he was were once in the employ of Lemon that they were civil service appointees and that Lemon had nothing do with their He explained how and on whose recommendation promotions word madojn the pension stating that promotions were recommended by chiefs of and that outside influ eiice had nothing to do with Hud Questioned Cooper asked him if he had ever had any conversation with an employe of the pension office by the name of McGilly about the Refrigerator In reply Raum said that he had heard it stated by ii clerk in the office that McGilly claimed to own stock in the He called on McGilly and questioned him as to the truth of the and Mc Gilly denied that he had made such and said that he bad never owned any stock in the Refrigerator com pany and had made an affidavit to that Raum said that Lemon had never made any recommendation for the appointment or promotion of any per son in the penson and that he Raum had charge of this and all applications for promotion were passed upon by subject to the approval of the He denied that Ue ever made promotions or dismissed on the verbal recommendation of The committee then CAPITAL THE OHARTCR OAK Report of Its Condition by the CotntttUtnj on com mittee t n claims of the defunct Charter Oak Life Insurance of this which passed Into the hands of receivers In September have filed their report with the superior court of this They allow claims amounting to being principally claimed on ac count of policies Is allowed on account of general of which Is preferred policies are re effecting nearly 3B policy claims are found to have no and In policies the claims tu part or whole Scaling the The committee valued all policies af fected by the scaling or In which Hen agreements were at the re duced The court ordered that oil claimants disallowed should bo noti fied by the receivers by and any remonstrances are to be filed by The will authority to pay a dividend about March They have about on hand and some real es tate Ollrlen Sails for NEW YoBKi Dec Irish William OBrien and sailed Sat urday morning on the steamship Obdam for from whence they will oeedto Timothy an other of the sailed on the Cunard steamer Aurania for Queenstown Among the other passengers on the Aurauia were and Bourke Lord In Lord Randolph Sir Thomas Hea keth and On the North German Lloyd steamer Ems for Bremen were Baron Dl Alex secretary of the Russian legation at and Vicomte de Fatal Disasters in California and SEVERAL ftEPORTED New Hampshire special from Con to The Advertiser Repub lican says Your correspondent has it on the best authority that Clerk of the house of has decided to place on the roll of memberselect of the next house the If entitled represent This will give the house to the Republicans by a large working and will Insure the election of Hiram Tut tie as governor and a United States sena He has not formally announced that this is his but your corre spondent is able to give it on authority which can not be The National WASHINGTON the senate Saturday the resolution heretofore referred by Dolph as to the denial or abridgement of suffrage in certain states was taken up but in the absence of Dolph it went over without The senate then resumed consideration of the elec tions and Jones of Arkansas made an argument in opposition to The house passed the senate bill provid ing that in open steam launches of ten tons or one person may act in the double capacity of pilot and Baker of New York called up the senate bill for the inspection of cattle and and the products and carcasses thereof which are subject to interstate The bill was diacussed and finally referred to the committee on Death of KxCongrcmmmn Congress man John died at 1 oclock Saturday morning at the Stevens of after a long Hiestand was 60 years of He was a lawyer and had served as state representative and state In 1871 he wns made naval officer at the port of which position he held for eight Tn 1881 he was elected to congress AS a and was reelected In Hiestand was for over thirty years proprietor and editor of The Lancaster In 1889 he sold his interest in the paper and retired from DUastfl In California Cmtseil bja Hear Knd anil YlifU In Ororgla b Spreading nullsTwo Kilted unit Others Injured by n Itoltor In Michigan Frightful Full Three I special from says Two men killed and one fatally hurt Is the result of an ac cident on the East Virginia and Georgia railroad at FourMile A northbound with heavy en four light loaded cars and a was going at a high rate of speed round a when the rails spread and the whole train was thrown from the Engin eer Morgan a young man whose home Is in and a negro named Doc a who was on the were crushed beneath the ten Both were horribly mangled and were dead when Fireman T a white was fatally His home is In Wrecks In 8 ran into the rear end of an east bound freight train on the PanHandle near the point this wrecking the engine and one Con ductor Engineer Fireman Chambers and NlghtAVatchman Kissed were painfully but not fatally A freight wreck on the Allegheny Valley railroad at WestPenn junction demolished ten cars and seriously Injured Fireman or Body Brussels Art Dado or Lace or IIST RTJGrS Fur Smyrna Oil Wire and Cocoa Ladles like to ice the Newest and Finest in House The EaiUit way to aee them is to Call frequently our you wish to buy or HOWELL FALL AM HOW BBADY TO JUBNISH KVHltY MAS IN ALTON WITH A SUPERIOR SUIT OF MAOW ISHUCOTBD ran IN TJUO MOBT BTTUSH AMD At Figures that will Please JP Cueter at the WASHINGTON the members gallery of the house Thurs day there sat a handsome blackeyed dressed In widows Occa sionally a member would leave his place on the floor and go to the gallery for a mo ments chat with the who was the widow of the late She has come to Washington at the request of members of the pensions committee to consult with them about the bill provid ing for an Increase of her pension to per In the battle of the Little Big in which Ouster was his two a and a nephew were also Ouster now lives in New York where she sup ports herself by her Favorable Report WASHINGTON com mittoe on ways and means have ordered a favorable report on a joint resolution to correct an error in the McKlnley tariff It was the intention of the commit tee to make the twino composed of sun and other grasses dutiable at 3 cents a The committee intended to ex cept binding on which a separate rate was imposed from this but the misplaced parenthesis made binding twino composed of sun and other grasses dutiable at the special rate for binding May Bo Kntered Without WASHINGTON treas ury department has directed that goods destined for the Minneapolis Industrial ex position may be outttred at any port of entry for transportation without appraise ment the goods to go forward to the port of Minneapolis Instead of as re quired by former Uurenu of Records and WASHINGTON Gor man introduced In the senate a bill to es tablish the bureau of records ntid pensions in the war and to make the officer in chargo of that bureau it colonel in the regular Secretary Nobles WASHINGTON snil Noble left Washington Friday Dlght for obedience to a telegram annunolng the of the secretarys brother at that havoc bos been wrought by storms on the southern of especially around la which vicinity eleven persons are known to have been killed and fifty muny veuels were wrecked a nuwbw ot bouse Syhes He Paid the SIODX latest victim of the bunkosteerer is who hails from Ida He was ap proached by a wellclad without offered Sykes a job on his big farm in Scott The stranger learned that Sykes had 330 In They met a man who was a friend of the stranger and who had a car of horses at the stock yards on which the freight must be Sykes paid the freight and Is still hunting for his The Alabama Miners Bir mingham special says There are Indications of an early settlement of the coal miners Men at Blue Creek it is have asked permission ot the Miners union to return to work at the old and will go back A few men have gone to work at some of the smaller and many of the strik ers are much If the strikers return to work it will be at the old Victim of the a beautiful society was found in her elegant residence in this city with her head almost completely severed from her As Madame Kartzoff was very and no evidences of robbery were discovered by the although the bouse contains many it Is sup posed that the woman fell a victim to the vengeance of the whom she Is believed to have A Mysterious Hermit SAN Bay the mysterious hermit of Kennal died In his cabin He had been a resident of that section for fifteen He claimed to have gradu ated from a medical college and had great success In treating He claimed that he was a brother of oxSecretary of State He spoke rarely to any usually saleotiug a child o Interpre ter Reyinor In Hard wholesale and retail confectionary establishment f Reymer 610 and 513 was damaged by fire to the extent of at 4 oclock Friday morning This is the third time the firm sustained loss by and on each noon sion the Ares occurred a few days previ ous to the winter JJcot the Watchman Nearly to NEW men at tempted to force an entrance Into the Mount Voruon In Mount early but were prevented by the night William who attempted to arrest thorn The wouldbe burglars beat Gulon In a terrible manner and left him possibly fatally hurt No ar Want a Practical master of the state bos given out wbat he declares is the rual roso tlou passed by the committee of the farm ers and laborers conference on Monday night bearing on election of United It recommends the election of a practical farmer to that Tills Iloufli on Nuw Mc Carthy sentenced Thursday In tbe Richmond county court on Stuton Island to ten years at hard labor for robbing a peddler on the of iJrlghtou at Railway Disaster In SAN west bound passenger train on the Atlantic and Pacific railway crashed Into the caboose of a freight train near the It reported that the fireman of the passenger an unknown and A a wealthy cattle breeder of Iowa were It is also reported that five passengers Were fatally OTHER Five Firemen SAN rac ing with their five members of Sunset Hose company were The hose cart throwing them oil and the truck following ran William had both legs broken below the knee right kneecap fractured and right foot smashed Philip injured in ternally Bob head pro bably fatally Edward spine in supposed Frightful Fall of Three staging on which Charles Frank Isbestos and an unknown were at work on the new exchange building in this gave away and the men were dropped with their paint pots and brushes to the street a distance of nearly fifty The strangest feature of the event Is except the men es caped without Isbestos had his left leg Two Brothers Lost at of this has received intelligence that his two Frank and Tom wore both lost at sea They left Boston with a schooner which they bad purchased for the Bay of Fundy to take a cargo of lumber to South encountered a and wreckage picked up makes it almost certain that tbe schooner was Sufferings of Kansas campers from western Kansas tell pitiful tales of the suffering on the frontier from the present cold Many ofthe settlers can not getaway and have nothing to If any spring crops are put in the government must furnish aid In Raw tins county but twentyfive families are left out of 800 a year Fatal Boiler Bio boiler of a small saw mill at Tlbbettu be tween Woodville nnd White ex ploded at 9 oclock Saturday The engineer nnd two others were instantly and two more were probably fatally Washington Base Ball WASHINGTON Wash ington Base Ball club boa been perma nently tbe following ofllcers being elected Henry presi dent August vice president Thomas and Will lam gam who last season managed the Newark was chosen A committee was also appointed to select suitable grounds for the from tele grams received from New Is assured n place In the American Jack the city is worked up over tbe return of Jack tbe who caused a reign of terror among the Indies bore a year or NO He liiiiiiils the upper part of the He darts out from dark allies at young la pinches them on tbe arms and limbs until fliiy are black and with out a dlwipppearlng as suddenly us he If he Is caught a good dose of tar awaits him from several big lullty of Wife Tbe jury In the caso at the state of Indiana against John charged with murdering wife the Western hotel in city on July nftor being out ten hours found him guilty and fixed hm punishment at ninetynine in the state prison at Tbe huUnns lloynl year tbe sultan presented the vixkhe wih n palace In SUvboul wortb Imunll pleaded bis inability to furnish paluca In proper and the nultan linn now Halted the porte to grant lumall for that Tbe reason that evlatlpnn have not been begun nl W U that tbe Itbor unlri involved In a vtrlku there 11 to oourU Two iliouwnd in The Famous Gilleepie Soft JOAL livered at five minutes notice in any ot the Burns to a Ciear Gray no Clink ers or Best Soft Coal aii the HARD In all Delivered at Lowest Market Quality BUY BEFORE THE BIG 310 Belle TELEPHONE 84 is is the time for Bargains PRESENTS AT HALF CHINA AOT BISQUE VASES PLUSH For Christmas at Cloaks and BARNEY NUMBER LV Pitts 315 Belle BEADY FOB THE HOLIDAYS W and See In Large JEWELRY Violins AND SILVERWAIIE Domestic and Standard Sewing Srwinx Maobloo Needles and Repairs of All Hlver and Steel Spectacles to Suit Watoliei and Jewelry QHioHearfKs Entum ReoOnw   

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