Alton Daily Telegraph, December 16, 1890 : Front Page

Publication: Alton Daily Telegraph December 16, 1890

Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - December 16, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH. RIGHT TO THE FRONT Ahead of all Competition •orted stock of we P’** our COMPLETE and well ai' GOODS HOLIDAY COMPLETE IN ASSORTMENT ! SPLENDID IN QUALITY I ‘'Tatiokkrt—w» u?"™Na WIT" 0ENER0US 8AK0A1NS! *r BOOKS-standard WorkMio,KL, T -----<*r price H o. align, ILL., TUESDAY EVENINO DEGEv™ ;  —      ^    —    ■    '•"j    -«-« EW FOR B t Art /\ lOifU. Few Senator, in Their Seats at IO O'Clock. DAY’S PROCEEDINGS IN CONGRESS. A Bill HOI I kit ISASI I a a^Vw**’ Juvcnll° Mo,,ks; BooH#t*,etc,, DOLLS. DOLLS! DOLL BUGGIES! We otter the beet •jaunty run sited. Goods at Lowcut Prices.- in china, Wax,    wa nim hie, bltuue, jo in tau, rubber. natant, dressed kid body and ruuslcaJ dolls, TOYS. Patent Swinging and Hboo-fly hors llanos, Hash •els. Tea and oia> ner Sets, Huck and Haw, Tool Chests, Ma^c Ian terns, Tin Toysjron Toy Wheel Barrow! Tot Desks and Ta hies. Carts and Express Wagons, Toy Trunks, Toy mb-steal Instruments. ate,, ate. uo IDH-Photo ate X-MA8 T-R.jE-8 ORNAMENTS. Plush Birds, Garland Mom, Paper Ornaments, Glass lamps, Candia lloldars, candles, Traa Holders, md some forty or nor# different de •I ns of tree ornaments.   .gLL. Miller—A Whiting of lln.\.“?"h*i?|i*^IVnaVl{“u’?iu!"'* ST.’,;fr''T''" NaPM* ""J for yourself.    races    ma    e.    ll    make    com    pot    mon    weary,    call °f ‘U1Wnd* ‘"eluding the popular Hanna, Anabas!*, CMI, etc Music Box-as playing I, Iii I and « airs, Violin and Guitar strings, ac., Accords ons, Ha* monte* s, Prayer books IMcturebook* behoot* Sup PUSS, Tutus Papers a 11 shades (im ports-1 and doms* tic. Ac. Ac Ac., Ac., Ac., Ae eiagant SIM I Basuinda. Pare. all sorts, A merry Xmas oiled again And you shall hava It, one and all, if you will look over our stack. And heed our urgent call; For all that'* Ane in the Holiday line, You’ll sooner or later discover Can bd had by one and all If you look our stock over. ar i sleet roar HOLIDAY GOOD. now * non*! walt 'till tits last mom tut and remem bar wa will lay aside for 'utura delivery any goods BOW •-. ift? - CHAS. J. DEGENHART, IQI ami 103, cor Third and Pinon eta. Alton. FOR HARD TIMES. a ie box coran drops. IOC BOTTLE COUGH SYRUP. 10c BOX PACE POWDER. 10c BOTTLE COLOGNE. ,(>C    SEIDLITZ    POWDER. 10c ROX GOOD LIVER PILLS. 10c BOX GOOD SALVE. *'Argine the Rights of Home-st salter, oh Lu bl lr Loads Po.erd by Uh* bc-nate— Br *nlut Inns In Respr. t to the Memory of th. Late J..tier Talk with Krprrerntotl v« Michigan. WAgWxoTO* ClTT, Dec. ta-When tim ■enate wan called to order Monday mom HIK at IO o’clock, not more than a doaen •custom were present. The judiciary committee wa* granted leave to sit during tbs seaaious of the senate. Tbs presiding officer stated that the regular order of bm*. blam was the consideration of the calen-«r. Morgan inquired what had become of the Dotph resolution. The presiding o/W replied that it was subject to ba ended up. Morgan said that Dolph had mad# statements which should be replied to He < Morgan) did mg desire to call up Ihe resolution. Hut this was the second time th* senator from Orig ,a |,«d been •hv nt, and if he were not present Tuesday "•(-Morgan) would call up the resolution • na credential* of Justin A Morrill aa a acnator from Vermont were presented and kid on tbs table. Hights of Homesteaders. A bill was parsed enlarging the rights of homesteader* on the public land. (it pro ' ides that where parties settle*] opposite unsurveyed lands and therefore were ••bilged to take up lesa than IOO acres they may extend their holding* not to ex,-ceti IOO acres.; House bill was pa***! for the •nation of a public building at Fargo, D-, at a crMt of $100,000; bill was also passed appropriating $10,000 for the repair W. Foft Marion, st. Augustteo, Fla The b ll subjecting oleomargarine to th# oner anon of .Ute laws, and the Paddock pure f* ,,nl mo<‘ H»s Conger pars lard Mil "•Gng coms up in their order were laid aside without prejudice at the request of Farwell. House bill was (Musted for the erection «»f a public building at Camdsn A rk„ at a coat cd VA,UU). The senate then prooeedsd to the consideration of the eke Mon* bill, Colquitt of Georgia taking the Boor. The l*sy ta the House. In the house James VV Hathaway, of Montana, took the oath of office as mat master of the holist". McKinley, of Ohio, reported aud the house adopted* the resolu turn calling tm the secretary of the treasury for the name* and localities of tile bulks in which public money is do posited, the date of such deposits, the reasons therefor, and the rate of interest P‘td„b,r/UC.l‘    for    the    use    oft    he public funds; als-, for information aa to toe authority, and the law under which such deposits were mads The rules were then suspended and the house passed th# o il for tile adjustment and payment of claims arising from Indian depredations. * 1 1m* mD provides for the appointment by the president of three judges to constitute a court is be known aa tbs court of Indian depredation claims, and to inquire into and adjudicate a1! chums «for property of linecut* taken by the Indians without just . ,,be flm Inoculation was made w*.,!hii !£!*. aK° *nd the "■■Dc \h *"at    by    the    h.ra nitv    th«    doctors    Of    tile city. Sofar, in none rtf the cases, has the pa ent grown worse under treatment. It will baa month before tbs doctor* will bs n»dy to report. To Relieve the Money Market. Wash 1 notom Cmr, Dec. la.-The committee appointed by the Republican senate caucus to devise some measure to relieve thest ringency of Ute money market ha* •f'T?1 ^llrrP°rt *« caucus Monday night a MU for the purchase of Iii,OOO,000 ounce* of silver and the issue of trwaaury mnnthly hereafter to Uke the placo of all national bank notes here after retired, and f.»r the issue of hoods to an amount not exceeding HOO,OU) (XX) bearing « per cent. interest to to used iu mil mg out standing bonds. Lawless Acts Committed by Unrighteous People. A MICHIGAN MAN HORRIBLY USED. Msrjr Oh to The H srner’s Silver Coinage Plan. Washington (Sty, Dec ie-Ex CW gru-man A. J. Warner, president of the national silver executive committee, has a priqawition to submit to the finance committee of the senate It is, In brief, to provide for the free coinage of silver produced from American mi nee, and tot barge tm *11 foreign silver imported to this com,-try s seigniorage equal to the difference between the market value of silver bullion end he rat*- of coinage This would prac-iicnlly put a duty on foreign silver. Retailed for World’* Talr Work. Washington Citv, Dec. 16.-Secretary Proctor has detailed Captain Gilbert R J Olton, first artillery; Captain Alexander ftmrS C*'alry’ hnd Gnt u**- t    1    Krriv«»- third artillery, u-r J" «»»•«*«•» with the Chicago W or Id s h air Captain Colton is assigned to Honduras and .San Salvador, Captain Rodgers to Brasil, and lieutenant Striven to Guatemala and Yucatan. New Period leal at the (spital. Washington City, Dee. ta-Tto initial number of The AnaloaUn Magenta.. sp. peami hers Btlnday. Mr Willis B. Haw kins. editor, promises a high class Hterarv monthly without partisan bias, which will open it, pages to a dignified discussion of questions related to the higher purpose* of Attornment Senator Cullom sud Repre sen ut I VSS Mills and Cummings contd-bu ted to the first number. Hr Clivrs a Ride to Three Men Who Re-P*y III* Kindness by Nearly Killing Him—Bloody right with a dang of Rf iit>ken Hungarians—Horrible «f (rims from (aa ton. Champion Hors* Thtet Standish. Midi, Dec. IC-The town of Augrim, a short distance from here, 1 thrown into commotion Sunday by the ported murder of M. J. Upston. an old u»«u who lived near the town. His body was found in a ditch about three mites from town, his hands tieing tied with pieces Of harness and a wagon being piled on top of him. An examination showed that his free was beaten to a jelly, his skull fractured in two place*, three of his ribs broken, and he wan otherwise bruised "IT! tu,00?',c,ou" wb«‘ toned, but re JriSL^S? '"S1* lr w<m' go,u* h<»“» draw    * V Wb*‘" Thon*«    Hart. An- Thom" 8",,l”n In a Dying Condition. He gave It to them, and after they had riddenI awhile they wanted hie money, and rn^i rP!lUardU,|flv* 11 10    they Hub ^ th 4°Ut °f th* Wm«VU wlth * to! rn'rt,htniun)M ujion and brutally i!,.*».Wlndin* “P tb* •"tngeou. J sault by thawing him in a ditch and tying his hands and feet with pieces of the harness, after which they piled tbs wagon hor^Pl°f himi Tb*° tb** knorkad his hor* down with a club and hobbled the r^lH i    lh"    *»»™en«Sothat it •Tit!,In    P,,0*,    in lB * dri,'“ 000 TACKLED THE WRONG PARTIES. COAL. Tho Famous Gillespie Soft COAL d«- cltv it** m,nute8 no*‘c® In any ot the ( «T. Barns «o a Clear Gray Ash, no Clink °r ander8- Best Soft Coal In the West. hard coal In al! sires, Delivered at Lowest Market 'lies. Quality Unsurpassed, BOY NOW, BEFORE THE BIG ADVANCE. B. L. Dorsey. brasil** Another Presidential Message. Washington City, Dec. ig-A meet. log of tl.r cabinet Saturday afternoon c*m aldern] the financial condition of the conli try, aud ae a result the prudent, it is un derstood, will send a message to congress carty this weak suggesting aa a tnaasiirs or relief the enactment of legisistion for the issue of sdditiooal currency Issued un iugvtwd purchase* of diver. The Surplus KrUurel • 7,000,OOO. Washingtoii City, Dec ML—The heavy purchases of tonda during lad week together with th# purchases of silver, have bad the effect of reducing tho surplus in the treasury which .Saturday was a little more than IPJ.Ott ,000, At tha of the week it was lib,(WO,OOO. Hungarians Hun Across Two Fighting American*. ^Scottdale, Pa., Dee. m -a riot took pinos near J im town, s mining hamlet sit anted about three miles from this place Sunday Bight, in which aeveml persona •are badly hurt. A gang of Hungarian* nearly ail of whom were fired up with whisky, wet* returning home, and about halfway between Dawson and Jlmtown they met two Americans named Watkins and Hunting The Hungarians declared that tbs Americans must get down ob their knees before t hey would to allowed topaaa Roth Watkins and Hunting indignantly refused to comply with the I™' ; mhereupon a fight ensued, in Which knives, clulw, aM,l Hto«Me were mm n cff*'•'lively used. After gn at diffirulty the tolligereut foreigners were SSiia-- 1waui“"MH«uitiug were both badly injured and ere iu a prw carious condition. 310 Belle street GOING OUT s BUSINESS IjEYSER ERG’S. __     Now    *•    ll*    time    for Hnrgaioa CHBISTHIS PBESENTS IT HUF FH/CE For Christmas Preeentst ai LEYSEB’S. NO. 202 MD STDEET. beginning cause.) IN MEMORY OF THE AT MARSH’S DRUG STORE ALTON AND UPPER ALTON, IT S NO SECRET. J?Moar    i« Urn MOHT OOMPLETB ever arooffht to Alton Ha ean show yon Something New aa often aa you call in; CARJPET8: Tapestry,    Body UruHselH Ingrain,    Art Squaros. Hag or Hemp INT CURTAINS! Dado or Plain,    Luco or Portier. ITV JF=* TT<~' Fur Coquette,    Sill yr ii a iv Oriental. Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Coco3 Mats. Ri»iM*4^*1    80 **• X a treat and Finest in House Decorations. The CSH 2? *?, to* .tortrn ut to Call fraquantly at our eetnbUahuient, wbethw you wish to buy or not. A. J. HOWELL FALL SUITS. I AM KOW UK A RT TO FVAMkBU KS Bitt MAM IN ALTOM WttU A SUPERIOR SUIT OF CLOTHES, MAUK re »M UH Ii* aKLKOTKD KSPfi .TALLY fOR pall we a r. CU lh Tilt MIW NTrUSH MANSCH, 'Wittt Perfect Pit,  DEAD. Krwtlaiteas la Hr,,*«rt to the Late JueMea Miller. Washington ClTT. Dec. IO—The presen tallnu tif the reeolutiiMis recently — <-»pted by the tor of the supreme court of the I tilted Mates in respect to the memory of tbs late Justice Miller, was w|tuesse*l by a Urge Hum tor of persona Monday in the supreme court chamber. Many J aroon* Of prominence were present When th** deaeioaa -if the court had Is-en announce*! ( htef J u»t tee Fuller recognised Attorney General Miller, who referred to the de«.th of the tate justice, and after reading the resolution* adopted by tha tor of the oourt, del 1 vert*-1 « eulogy on the hfe, character ami eer. ices of 1 he dead jurist Chief Justice Fuller made a feeling rv-qxmne to the remarks of the attorney general, eulogising hie deceased colleague a* a jurist The court then directed that the resolution* of the liar, the remarks of the attorney general and the resolution* a*l<-pied by legal bodle* throughout the oountry should to placed on the records ELECTED BY THE PEOPLE. Whltiag Think, (feaster* Vt Iii Me Ch asea That Way. Washington Citt, Dae. Id- Krpreeen tative Whiting, of Michigan, aajra; “Miehi gan will follow the example of the Illinois DenH .rat* and nominate in convention a candidate for ae astor who will make a canvas* of the state. There Merna to to a dup- ti I ion on the part of the people to eject the ne ti* ton* by the popular vote and th.- plan inaugurated by the HU hoi* Demo crete gin * the people power to select re-preNentativva pledged to carry out their vtewe and hi prevent the resort to the tine of money, which, it ie frequently alleged decide* amatorial fights I think that it ta only a question of tim* whoa every Mate lathe uuion will hold con vent!.uu and nominate candidates for senator*. The p>-ople see that by nominating a candidate al a convention they am practically electric ‘be aenator* by popular vote, Thia movement in Illinois may result in *»«.. io having senator* elected by direct vote of the people. Ko In (••rn* al ton Meeelved. Washington Citt, Dee. id-The war department ha* received no Information of ooh Dicta ietww-n Indiana near tha Rad to lids, nor of a fight between whites aud Indians in Arisona. MET A FRIGHTFUL DEATH. A Man’s (’lethes Catch rive and He I, Boasted to Heath. Bi FFAIX*, Dec. Id Fire from a furnace at the Bar tor Asphalt company’s works at East Buffalo communicated with oil ane*! a* fuel and cause.! a terrible explosion and fire at 210 Monday morning, which re suited in the death of Watchman Ned ( amptoll The man was frightfully burned about the taos, hands and body. The flame* Attacked the engine room and commit moated with the machine shoji, both of which were de* troy ad The lorans about UA,(im Superintendent Warren *ald that so far aa he could learn Campbell started the fire under the boiler*and failed to light the fuel properly. Home of the oil got on to his dot he* aud in an instant hr aa* a ma** Of flame,. Re nrahral out leaving I be oil running, which fired and caused the explosion. Camp toll *«t down on the outer step* all ablate, .rn! a** burned to death without apparently mak Ing any effort to save himself. It i* ,Uo posed he lout hi* head. A I at her Who Shoald Be Indicted. Canton. O., [Mc It-A horrible crime committed about fire weeks since has just baked out, It is .ald that at that Urn* toe Muonsbower criminally amaulted the VWk yy»*td<Uo*hU" °* h‘* brother r rank. Both chUdren were injured, and the elder quite seriously. Th. father irarore the doctor to secrecy and hushed un the matter for the protaMe of (IO in money to to paid some time this month Neighbors interfered aud toe Mo-.rn.huw„r» wa* *“J “ 0“,‘,lu■,, 10 Myatertou, Ma rater to It. Lo«u. St. lot’ll, D**< id—Henry Hartman, a •aimakiipsi, while *tanding on a rear p.ireh of his house early Sunday wa* •bot and tntoanfly killed. The crime is -u»hrou<ied iu mystery A few hour. after the tragedy the poller arre.te.1 Hartman s two aons. J,« and Henry, Jr toter John Brenner wa* arreated ami . revolver found In hi* poeaeasiaa Hartman ha* ite ".ill m* V*7. unh*plMly with his fan, Uy, and his sudden taking off is ascribed to this domestic trouble. A Massas at the Hatton, to It. Boston. Dec. ta-Jam*, l^ne, , s.,.,,, morocco drwster. wa. deliberately shot and killed al hi* door at an early hour Munday morning Charles Chun and Michael I * bahan ara the persons implicated, but the .booting is toileted to have Cloaks and Jackets, -AT- P, LEH]VE’8. SKATES. nm Man Y barney & BERRY’S. .         (teen    done Mtam 1-eg oat th* rrtvitog*    '    AUahan.    rh*    men    charged    Lane    a    uh Brrr ALO, N. Y., lime ta - The work of I    and a "•vision of the C. M B. A. constitution tZl I ?* ‘i    of    th* was complete,! Saturday by the commit- evT,I aiTt!T7llI toST', /“.T tee on taws of the supreme council The affair    bottom af the Yhe Maas. I*«e,(lgatlua. Wamungtgn, Dec ta -The special bouse aoui mil tee investigating the charge* again*"! Com rnt-dom r of IVnsions Ranm continued it* sessions Monday. Chairman Morrill having Iweo called home on busine*-*. Mr. Haw)tu> of New York, sited as chairman Cajrtain Leman text tiled that to had been in the pension busine** tore for twenty-five yarn*, lit dsnied thai he had ever directly tar indirectiy recoin mended the ap|**ntmeut of any p. mon in hi* employ to General Haunt Tile only person whom to had ever recommended for a place in tim pension office wa* a Mr. Whet pity, whom he recommended to Com-n i**ioner Tanner, but to was not pointed    _ amendment to th* constitution made to Iks Niagara Fail* coo van lion last sum mer w.-re about forty. A member of the committee said that the principal amendment mad* was the abolUhment of the clause referring to a separate beneficiary Heretofore when a council numbered a-(Mi mein lier* it was allowed to maintain a separate tonefkiary fund at the ex pern*, of th* remaining mem tor* of lbs unlet < nu a* I inn brine bi* hid Ijtkuo to drtir« this ah*>. and it was judge.! (wot to sump out the privilege tofnre it nod gained fur ther ground. Copies of the new constitution will bs ready for distribution by the end of this week Model Landlord of Kaglaod. London, Dec ta—Lard Tollcttiarbe, who has died at the age of SS, was considered the model landlord of Knglaad He pro-vide.1 each cottage tenant on his tost astate* with three arr*a and a cow, »fid S|<ent fT.ltt.OQu in buihting farm house* and mOMO in tim - »n*truction ot laljorers’ cdtagm His estalsw were broken up into PO farms. He used to say that the only j real and lasting pleasure derived from p *m*—ion of a landed eat ate is bi witness the improvement in soda! condition of those residing on it, a *»-uiintern which may be commanded to iandiotd* in lr,-land aud elsewhere This fine chi Kngii*h gentleman rode to hound, until a week ut two ago. Stabbed Tw* Mea. Klhbom N J, Dec ta—A wriou. *Utitling affray occurred early Monday morning in an Italian hoarding Mw st ” mt Asbury park. During a row between tbr b:,,mUl» °*w Ot them drew a i st ii let.* and plunged it into hi* two an tagoni«ti>, tutting them badly It u i*. lievtMi both will die Their assai Ian t fi**J Ult a pews# of pollee ar* after him The ‘ New Wk police have been watch in '•"fifing trains. mumms LV Pitts :J15 & Hamil], Belle Street. notified to •tai* I,sea 1*0*1,*. Omaha, Neb, to lh—Jack Hawley, one of the moat daring horse thieve* Mon-taaa ever jirodu- cd pas*ed through here In charge af a United .States marshal who captured him to West Liberty, iowa Three yean, ago he stole I,Vo ,JUOk* frtMu Montana ranchmen, took them to 'I»>*■ and sold them for M0,&5n SP ANI* At Figurea that will PJ.-ase All. H. O. G-. Moritz. OaaUiietl Ie Kstewd the Beaded fferied. I Washington Des. ta—Th* ways aud Besan* committee have declined to report j a MU extending th* bonded period of th* j tariff law from February I to J aly I of I next year Tbs bill la a sa toil rn tv fora ' bill of the Santo purport introduced by R»pn tentative Flower 4 New Yark. Trying Korih's Lymph to Waah.ogtaa. . Washington City, Dec. ta-Dr Kochs 7,°^“'    by    «w»n»*u    Kemp lymph cute is now bring tried an five ; **"**•*• Me Lean wa* the winner, paikmta in nMkms stages of pulmonary '    Man    Drown    dw I tu torcu loris al Garfield hospital la this . ^ unlay, aged IM Killed la a Redway Wteek. CHARLOTT*, If. C., Dec. 16.-There was a disastrous wrack on a branch line of the Danville road, near Laurens*!!*, fist unlay night. A const rut’ion train jumped th*    _ __ w_ track and piled up akmgmie of it. John    I *° Brooklyn to spend the holiday, with »*r I si wr rues, James T. Walling. John Kills,    ■'wrganni    I lodge cf th* First precinct Kb* appeared    in good health natl] a few ■‘ame iI Or tM>u ti.. -I Im Chereh. DI HUB, Dec.    rn    friar* in th* Frau.»scan church f Ko ala cauw-d of frose to several tut-in tor* of the coagrega-thui Sunday by d.-noun. lug Parnell birth f»*r hts rn..ral guilt aud the diaa*tr.,u* j*. iiticai elf.* t nf his wrong dotug Some got up and left tha church in the ca-I brei ral at Ennis no allusion was "(vie tu Parnell •teeretary Traey’a NUtrr »"-|y Bio ONI TK, N Y, Dec ta lim Matilda Dodge, 73 year* of age, sister of lien. Tracy, sec retary of the navy, died very sudd. Iy ilouday morning from rheumatism ot th# heart. She .acne- from Owego READY FOR THE HOLIDAYS! NEW GOODS. acoine and See Them.:* E. H. (Join. Tim Jeweler, Alit G.1H — »iN» GULI* and ' WATCHES! - JKK ll — JEWELRY -AM»- silvkrware c SlLVtRWARE^C. I CLoc In Idtrga variety Accordians, Violins -AWto- aud Robert bc -dt, members of the train's craw, were taken out of th* wrac k dead. Four others w«e family inju *d. The ( bampion Meu.ief. FTPNgT, N H. W , Dee. ta Monday on toe Paramatta river, a sculling mutch for MHU* a side, and the championship of the aud Providence R. I, uiomeul* of her death. (sadtastes frow KIU coy. Klimts VY. Dee ta- St ju, , Pup, Hen newsy was Monday forma. / placed in nomination by the aaU-ParuslUtee «« their tanciulate fur fleet ion to the House of Cont moo, from north Kill imy. Tha Paruellite* from north Kilkenny Monday nominated Mr Vinoeut gently to rapra-mot that constituency in Ut* House of ( nm mart* Guitars. And ifaeirBuppHe, floasehold, Domestic and Standard Sewing Mc's. Scw og Machine Needle* nod Repairs of all kind*, Uold, Silver and Steel Spectacles to Suit All. Clocks, Watches nod Jewelry Repaired. _A itasrt '"r~r.yu e*i«,fsvts wM*a<ci^ Cu ;

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Publication: Alton Daily Telegraph

Location: Alton, Illinois

Issue Date: December 16, 1890