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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 4, 1890, Alton, Illinois A LTON DAILY TELEGRAPH. rOLUME BO. ALTON* ILL.. Another Attempt Life of the Against Czar. A NI) PAFEIEMfS AT COST. mr We must have Room for our new stock of ALBinilS and PAPE-TKRIB8 now under way. Hence, we offer our present stock AT < JOST. The Ever POPULAR % Sheet Music, (t HAS. J, RI GKN ti AHT, Sole Agent,} CHOICE SELECTIONS CA UK Kl ILLY A UHAS WK!) Ko BEOlNNErS ANR KOR TH* I SN bf Ti i    EKB ok rill; PIANO AND ORGAN. < h< psf lek H aiti, by....... My Away Galop, by.. Gertrude Dream Halts, by ... impatience (banjo Galop),by In th** Sunshine, by........... Jack Krest's March, bf..,,,, ,, Moment Musical, by..   ........ Ilavful Ronda, by ,..... Russian Grand Mar rh, by "tar of Affection -bower of Roses Galop, by ... **    “    «    Walts, by,,.,,, Wreath Walts, by ae., ac., ac., ac. De I Aillt ... Wallis, beethoven. .Streabbof .... Lange. Knight Schubert. .... .Greene. . ...Krancts Hart man n '‘treablaig HIGH OOURT OFFICIALS INVOLVED. The (xnsplracy H»|«| m. 0n„ of |k, Most Desperate and Widespread of Any That Have Vet ( owe lo Ugh#—Tw* of Hie KRepasted Army (iffier. Commit Suicide In Oilier to Avoid Arrest_ Foreign Tla-hes. ST, PKTritsW’Ro, Aug. 5-The secret police have unearthed another nihilist plot against the life of the tsar. The conspiracy is report. .! to lie one of the most desperate and w ides[ read of any that have yet comm to l.ght, the danger lying in the prominent punitions held by the foremast I men in the plot. A professor in the im- I iKsrial university and two officers of the army are known to have been among them. Til* former is under arrest and the police are making other arrest* of students and persons prominent in social aud military life here and in other cities of the empire. Millable of Two Conspirators. The two simiw.,*d armf (,mi;en abov-mentioned fled to Moscow, and there both committed suicide to aroid capture by detective* on their track. The Imperial family is reported to be deeply affected by the revelation* already mfd# of th* extent of the pint, as many of the suspected persons have held the most coafl dentin! (elations with the court. great conflagration. I Mi.,11 (Mi tie ( ompsiiy's Keening Lieut Neer OmimH* In-* trove#. Omaha, Neb., Aug 4.- The Eldon Eat-tic company’s f., ding plant, at Ollmore, j four miles below South Omaha, wa* en tirely consumed by Are at ll o'clock Friday night, entailing a loss of lint),OOO. This feeding plant was the larged In the world. T h* main barn was an immense affair, It contained 4,duo stalk and gov i ere I over five a. res of ground. It wa* built of wood with a foundation of-brick. I he interior was of oak, except the floors, I winch were of matched pine, laid watertight. In the roof were «kft ventilators, six feet hy nine, containing over two car 7he    buntal    nod ru. l    "f I bbl lier, lu additiod to this finm.-u«e structure there were two large elevators, « mill, an engine house, a boiler house, and pump works, with M rapacity Of    gallon#    a day. a so-! p* rmtendent's house, aud employes ooh Luges.    # < on bl Neb Control the Ktr*. I he lire was first seen ataut ll o'clock. All the employes of the plant turned out and began fighting the fire as hest they could a it h water pails. The engine pump had • wet. lo inj ire.I by the time the men r« at na it that there was no opportunity to uti.ixo the 3.0110 f«*et of bose with which tile yard* were equipped. The men could not keep the fire back, and the Immense -wotsleu barn. the elevators, aud engine and pump house* burned no rapidly that they were entirely consumed within two hours after the fire wm discovered. There hmm?"    <>* ML.Kin ou the main building, and also rJl.uoo on other por Hon* <rf the plant. Awful Work of a Jealous Lover at Chicago. A MAN AND WOMAN THE VICTIMS. Bargain. THE NATIONAL . ■ Glee* Ac. Third and Piasa sts. ALTON, ILL. THE LATEST. J The Stepping Stone, by Sidney Rosenfeldt. | VGT Al, and INHTll MKNTAl) IOC a Copy OUR SPECIAL TERMS: 10c Per Copy* 25c for 3 Copies. 50c for 7 Copies-$1.00 for 15 Copies. Catalogue FICKE on AppHc*-tloii* (ir Malin! IT1EK to any Addn***. Cbas. J. Degenhart, Third and Piasa sts. - Alton. II c< Ready Mixed Paints I Oils I -AGENTS FOR TUE— HI. Louis Varnish Co. Fine VARNISHES mad JAPANS. Charter Oak Stoves and Ranges Black Diamond and Asiento* Roofing. Building and Sheeting Paper. Force, Lift and Spraying Pump#. New Home and White Sawing Machine#; $80 each. Agents for the Celebrated Studebaker Faro f aeons. FOREIGN MISCELLANY. Emperor William** Trip. Omtemh, Aug 4.—The German imperial ra#ht Hohea sol tern, with (emperor Will. Urn aud his blather, Prince Henry on i    m    n,ut“ England at I;4A o dock Saturday afternoon The (.Hunt .if Flanders, brot her of King tare POW. and Dr!no# Baldwin, to the throne of Belgium, were at Ostend j awaiting the arrival ,.f kl* majesty. h hen the yacht came to anchor they boarded her and greeted the emperor and Prince Henry on behalf of King Leopold. Blaver? In Zanslbar. I ZAHURAK, Aug. 4.-The sultan ha* Issued a deer** that th* slavery ordinance* •re in general binding to the same extent asi tatar* the Aaglo-Oerman agrement Th# sale Ct .lave. at specified depots is prohibited. If an Arab marries a British ; ■abject his slaves become free. Slave* may purciiase their freedom. Cruelty render* an owner Hallie to forfeit the III- 1 treed slave. The death of « clare owner without lawful heme free* hi* slave*. A Denial from Mar-Kens!*. London, Aug. 4.-Mr. Mar Ken tie bas written to the newspapers emphatically denying th.- statement which wa* made in The National Zeltung of Berlin to the ef- I feet that the British East Africa company had don*- nothing to prev«,utslav* dealing He assert.-, that duce the brining of hie term of office u chief administrator at Mombaesa out a single slave has been sold within the knowledge of a European real dent. The Kake ut Cambridge. Lindon, Aug. 4.-Th* Hon. (Sd Wa* Stanhope, secretary of war, In replying Cape Varney's question In relation lo the Duke of Cambridge * culpability in the matter of the discipline of themutinoue grenadiers, stated that th* Duke of Cam bridge oocupn-- exactly tbs same position if ii i ^ «ny other colonel in th* British army and I* lo no way responsible Ter the discipline of the regiment. LEGISLATURE. the Sundry Civil Appropriation Nill Sent to Cot. (• re nee. WAHR I ROTON ©ITT. Aug. 4.-The senate Satunixy morning without discussion re barred to the committee on rules Blair’* resolution Introduced Friday to change j the rules so aa to limit debate, by moving the previous question. Morgan Intro duped a resolution .Saturday morning which went over. providing for d daily re ceaa of th.-senate from I HH 1:90 p m whiie it meet* at to .. m Th„ passe.J a joint resolution to permit Lieut ! Cot. Henry G Cortin, United states ! ?«rnT’.tto •er#,F‘t * rfr*l Pillion in th. "orid s Columbian esp .aition. Hon*. I’roeeeillngs. Immediately after th* approval of th* I journal, the holist* proceed.*! to fnrihei I < >modern?ion of the .senate amendments I t<. the sundry civil appropriation bill, the tem nuder discussion being the appropre non Of IT . ow for a lightship at Frying an shoals, X, t'., a hick was non-con , <urr.ii in; jt-aa, J.lB; nays, ^7; 140 members Were announced a- paired on this v.-u There was great difficulty iu discing* Die amendment* owing to the slim attend- ' anc.*, bm finally th; remaining amend-' merits arere non-con curred In, and after a ft solution waa adopted revoking leaves of a    the    bill    was    sent    to    conferral* and the bouse at I p. rn. adjourned. I hr Desperate Flea# Cuts Thru. About th# HestI and Pare In a Most Frightful Manner Two Employe* of (bo Krtr Transfer Company Arrested for Nwlnd-ling- Double ion of Murderer* In Aneth Carolina. CHK ago, Aug 4.—Till!** Harrison and trank, of Mu Went Mouroe street, were frightfnll) cut about the head and facc Friday night by Harry P. Welch, al jealous lover. Tin* weapon used wa- a' razor. Both victims will probably db. I he woman is the divorced wife of a Cleveland lawyer ani has been living with I soever, who Is for* nan of the (bi -ago fireproof Tiling oorupauy, Welch Jam.- from Spokane Falls about I we week* ago. lie hml heeu th* woman’s lover liefore he Went west. loud »,-ek told her that h*- expre ted Lar to live with him The rem van was ms ag roes lib* aud Friday night Welch went to bel home when- In* found ber and tafevi-r He Again .(shod lier to go with him. Ihii the refused H ith that the furious 'over i w hipped out, a raz »r and shouted: *1 will mark you for life.** The Deadly Work ( inn tx-nr cd. Huh his left hand he caught her by the balr and with the keen blade drew* frigtiiful gash across her face. The razot Caught her at the left ear, laid open tbs Cheek to the teeth, then crossed the none cutting it to the bone ami opened th* right cheek to the teeth, emerging neat th. jugular vein on the right side Sh* broke from him. ran out and fainted ... the rear port ii. tal.wr grappled with tin infuriated man and th* ranor was swung again With terrific effect la,fever was cut first through the hand, then th* blade gashes] through his left cta^-k Kixteke.l Down wit* * ( Hair. it slashed down from Ids et* to hi-mouth, thru cut Dom bb left eardowt the neck lo his cunt-collar, Then cam. a half dote I) savage -dashes on his h«nu1 Lefever fell helpless from lo** of bl.*st. Frank Kgger, a I*winier in the house, ran in and knoike I Welch down with a chair, He st niggle.! to hi* feet and rn (de a da*n f«» Is-ferer, who was theo lisc.g, and eof him savagely on the ngbt cheek Kgget dragg*si th* would Im- murderer awa. sad ax th* two struggled tidier* We)bosky, of the Despising .Street station, ran In and put H cieh limier arrest. He waa locked up at the Des [dal i w* §s reel station. I fliiE (Ihlck I-argo Cellar. Wall*) with Water |„ JIoil(W, ■tj0T 60x120. lh*pot, S«V ti Sjicrm'-if '*1 H>rh(HMb Handy to must be sold. Dorsey <fe Mann 310 Belle street. IS KEMMLER INSANE T Au A* Will Perhaps They Want To He Kdltore. London, Aug. 4.—Th# student* of the lierlin university are dismayed over tit* rejection of several these* for th* sol* re* •on thai the |wnnutnship waa so bad that tite professors declined to eonaider them. Aa the prizes competed for amounted to marks, the lesson In ihe useful rn of legibility in handwriting ha* been a somewhat expensive one foe trio unlucky students.    ' rtlea fh», ,1,. Ntar.lersr Never W Kseented. Xttw York, Aug. 4.—The Evening Sun’• j Auburn comaipon'lent says that bets can j be had in Auburn that Kemmler will J MW be executed. He claims that K.-inrnler is either demented or is pre. iH| ending to lie and that Warden Burs leo to » %»a* undoubtedly laid the matter before 1 Governor Hilt and suggested th* propriety of an inquiry into Kemmler’s mental con ditiun. ,1* to the chances of postponement t h. re is very signifi* an t fact. Warden Durst on has not y.-i sent out a single levi-tat ion to committeemen to be present The law require# mal these Invitation* shall Is- out at least three day* before the date of the execution Th* warden will md rot urn to Auburn until Sunday evening at Hie very earliest He oould not gel th. Invitations off until Sunday night This would mean that th* execution cannot take place liefore Wednesday, and it also suggests a lurking suspicion in the warden s mind that it will not uke ida« at all.    v —FINE LINE OF - 'mm. Bulies arn) Spring Wagons S.. the Be.. HOAD CART "> the World for *10. the chm' of the smalieet cheques. It la poesible that Ute financial oriels may do what force of arms failed to accomplish, And force President Celoron to resign A Halt silurian H* br I ako,. La Libkutad, Aug. 4—The new* la confirmed of the defeat of the re Volution ary general, Kivas, by the *OT*>r»in«vt|t troops under Hen. Antonio Funds. Kivas cu sped from the cap 41*1 Thursday night, but was afterward* I qpptured and publicly shot and his corps* wa* exposed on the Piss* Arma* irdwarc and Farm Machinery, Alton, III.j ‘‘T'”''' VT" m    ’    I    MsiMtri,,    Aug.    4—Intense heat prevails her*. It has produced A groat Incmaa* In I the deaths fr<*«n ( bolero. Of fovty-two who caught the disease on Wednesday twenty two have died. Valencia is now ! Inflected, as well as Alenu!* And Torogon* Th# government is al raid to publish the I list of deaths Tbs Ult uatIna la Argentin*.. 1»XDon, Aug. 4—The Times' Buenos Ayre* -pedal says the situation ie not im- proved ihe National aud other bank* - —■uuueuiy sinned ami or# taking advantage of the law enabling    black    clouds    bore    down    from    the them to pnxtporie ca-h payment* except !n ,,,,r,h    »*«•    •«    »-»*    *>—• A It ai ut.., w et Night. Ak ROX, Ohio, Aug 4.-The remarkable phenomenon of a splendid double rainbow produced br moonlight was wib iieaaed Friday night. About Ito’elock the wiud, which hail hem blowing front the iwMith all day, anddenly shifted and Two Negroes llnnge.t. Cot. vi MIA, 8. C , Aug. 4-K x-hcl Cato, and \\ itll .m Cly l.urn, negroes, wer. hanged at I*nca-u-r . ourt-hou-e Frida. for the mnrdor of August Heunla, with wboat- wife (’aloe wa- intl mat* Benni-MOI* to this State abo it a y. ar ago fr.m Jvcvv York. When the woman and tin rn gio , sere placed on trial she rec (ped conviction on a technicality, I’at us left a arition statement in the bunds of a deputy sheriff, in which he give- a de tailed account of the killing He sc knowledges that be aud Ct) burn com nutted Ihe deed, but s«ys Hennis’ wifi wa- the instigator HU* witnessed th, execution from the jai. window with ap parent im iffereucu. Two NwlnUler- Arre«te4. Mew York, Aug. 4—t'iemeat J. Chal br, the treasurer, and William W (handler, Jr.. the manager of the Erie Tran-fer comp..ny, at the foot of Chain tier* street, have been arrested charged with systematically defrauding the con, pony It is tattered that their peeul i tlon* will amount to not leas than flu (*»• The plan followed by the men was for < I .Sadler, the manager, to make oui (Mi*# hin« for hor***, wagonA, tic,, whirl*, when preaeqtod to Treasurer ('hailer would ta paid. ('hailer confessed and said that he ha<l Acted under the direr tin®- of ( handler, tor doing which bb salary had tach increasa I from «Wl) to per mouth. GOMPERS ON TRUSTS. ARR ACKNOWLEDOBD THB simplest, Most Lasting and Economical —REMAIN?— Unc’iLnged through Years info Plena,•    |M. trying experimental almes. . °%er    now    In    nae    in    oar €* j Iy# A. J. HOWELL IHEALER IN Ma north. The moon was then shining • rightly in the southern sky, and as the rain pounsl out of the cloud# from the north a distinct and beautiful rainbow double at times, -panned the horizon Tin* colors of tile (.ow were not as sharp a- in (tayligiiLJnit were clearly nrwMF hie REDUCTION SALE SOMMER -OF i MADFJTO OllOJSl^. _ j FIT IVD 4TISFACTI0N CUA .STEED I AT BRUEGGEMAN BRO (Successor to A. BrueggemaD*) ■pi Artistic Tailoring and Bant s Furnishing Goods Emporium, rn 221 Plana Ntreet S, %».n« -styr for Striker-. PAHIA Aug. 4—A decree of pipi^ amnesty to those {asrsous who have been convicted <»# offenses in coanectlon with labor strike-, hasbeen issued by the government of Fram e Under this de. re* fourteen prisoners have been released aud the sentences of tw*tity-two others have been reduoed. An Irish Kultur krulrnrwl. I Bt’IL in, Aug 4-Mr. Walsh, editot of Th* Cashel Meat in#!, has been aenteiired Ut three months’ Imprisonment at hard labor for publi-hlng a speech deliver.-1 b> John Kelly at a meeting of the Sat Iona I Isague wbl h the authnriiie* had forbid den to he beld. A llulucsest la Dalleta. IaiXDON, Aug. 4.- The town of Mikala-F’V, tu Galicia, has been destroyed by fire.. Many lives were loel luring the eon fl agr al ion The i*h^iV of the place are destitute, sad much suffering exist* A Reeeaeltiattoa. I(OIDOX, Aug 4—It is stated that Lord | Dunlo ha* had an interview with hie wife since the recent trial of his suit for a di-woree, and that a reconciliation baa beau brought about. D*eapltai«4 ky rn Train. • ihii.N BIV, His, Aug. 4—Mrs. J. ilaitkfurd was struck by a Chicago and North ut—tern passenger train Friday ev.-aing while lying on the track with her head acrose Ihe rail. lier head was eev ered front the lody and aas found Ss feet from wher* the body lay. It is thought that sh* aa* overcome by heat ami fell. 11.-nigh the theory of suicide is current 8he was aa yfars of age and leaves a husband and seven childr- n Hic Dins*- al I arm ta, Ills. FAHMI a, Ilia. Aug 4—Two Uodu of the bual ne * water of this place wee destroyed by Mn- cly hatunlay morning ; i “* • haw of JIO, UUU Ii was (ail. with great I dlAcuity that the rest .rf the town war saved. A quantity of valuable record. were destroyed. Il«*> ar.l Is a Delegate. Wu MUI. ION,, Aug 4—At the re quested IK* avo. rats of t ta Eleventh ward ex Secretary of Mal# Thmuas W. Bayard I atli attend the D-mocrath- -tate conv.-u Mon a- a deh-gat from that ward. 9t.Me<i JU— Little klsler. Las. ta t KU. I ’*»• A ag. 4—Henry Fry-targer, s young man of Balialmry township. while -booting snakes asiden tall) shot and killed bis little stater, aged k yearn Died In Itwirttile NKW    Aug.    4 -George Nanninger, age.I Ii >.-Hr-. dud at hi Michael*# hits pital in icirililc agony of hydrophobia. He was bitten during ‘us last part of last May. A HVH-Kuow ll Arlnr Dead. Nkw V out, Aug. 4 — Hp nerr Critckafd. a a .-I Ik ti. >wu actor aud piajrw right, died esriy in th*- morning at his home, in tots city, of general debility. Fire Friday -I stray*! «ig building- at Galesburg, Mkh, own-1 kv Harlow ,v Y outran The |om B Drapalr- uf anppres»l«»n I nill Lake* Is J ntlrely I Mltwd. Isu Is VI I. tx, Ky., Aug. 4—priwidenl (rot:iper-, of the American Federation ot Labor, in addressing the Brotherhood ut I tollway Fraternities Friday night at the PhoHili Bait park, reviewed th* history of th* organIzai Iou of labor, of organize.I professional —octalion*, and organ lr .-.I capital Th.- speaker claln»d (tat the two latter funwere arrayed against federated tailor. Ills Treat Will Hub Serenely (t*. Ibf.-rring to trusts he add:    'There have »*-.*n many attempts m .de to check these trust a, hut ttay hare failed the stale of Nevv York declared the »ugHr Intel illegal, yet pie next day the sugar men had organized an I conn secured the re|.eal of the law. and I venture to make Hit- x-«erti(®. That no law r*ti—nrl br the United Slate- congress will preveid .ta exleii-ioa mid full development of trutU (tntll the Wealth of the world la In tatter hands Labwr Org-ida*!tun tke Hulsti**. * •The only organization of tatar to ta ef fin the and for the iinpr .vi-nient of tbs whole people must proceed according to the line* laid down—in one *.a*t fwder# lion an i organiii* in a way n<< tees thor- J ough than nulir*ry.* ( aterpliUr* lavadlaz Tesa*. New Outka>s, ta, Aug, 4—The Pica yune’s Austin, Tex.. *|*-<ial says: MUI ion* of . .it* rpdtar* have Invaded thy field- in this section rf Texas and planters and f-»nnei - are ta-y i-.Uming them They are reported very had along th. Br us. a river an I it may ta that the cot ton crop of ihi- -tale will be seriously In jnred Th.- pe-i» an- at least lur « weeks earlier than u-ual aud they are here in great nunitar. and make the atmosphere very offensive with their peculiar odor. CARPETS, CERTAIN* CLOTHS, RCfiS, Ac. OIL -o- Our Prices WILL BE FOUND LOWER-Considering Qualifies jand Styles- UKK AT 7'v rJvrrl,0U/1'    ^ll0.n 1 • «>s«n«»s« of lh, it    KXI    FNI of our SALE.S we are enabled to do HuSsn*on . VKKY CI..ISK MASO IN u,,| ft    ‘° ognixed f#ct that wr baudle by far is a rec- LARGER QUANTITIES OF GOODS" IMAN ANV OTHER HOUSE IN THE CITY.    " selfs. I am Orig receiving a *«a-l •‘0. k of Clo. Im, lo .ll lh. -hioh I aa |)ie|„r«d lo m,k.. u|> ,0 tlll Brtsf os Shell.r un. HALIFAX, V. A, Aug 4- I Ha patch** from Cep# Norm**, N F , report that tta people then- are suffering greatly from want of bas!. .Mot pound (rf flour la ' to to of gaited ta the district, and fain ilie- laic -.ital- .-d for mouths on in usee U 1 and -heil li-h (ta J me i> snow fell to a depth of four in, I, - A -Guitar -ut* of affair- ta reported from (J*iirpun. prrvaiiuig ahadee, for Spriug Suite, •    —    -    —-    •*»«•«.    u|i    nj    Uli McJst SUtaeH°nable^ guaranteeing A Perfect Fit, Reasonable Rates and Complete Satisfaction, H. C. G. Moritz. 112 Third st. Ilsavy Feller* la Cm Siw* Aug- 4 - James Clark** A Un, coffee des I era, have made *u m»‘ sigiiincut for the tonsil! of their creditor# Their labiUjjes ar* catimatad at lissom tai bs ;