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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 28, 1890, Alton, Illinois AXTON DAILY TELEGRAPH. GLUME 80. ALIGN, ILL., fI HUKS8DAY EVENING, AUGUST 28. 1800. NG 71 Fierce Row Between Buffalo Bill and Dr. Carver. HAMBURG IN A STATE OF SIEGE. Sclro' Sillies' Pencil and Ink Tablets, An endless variety at lowest prices. (More than so of the most popular shades) i    ■    * For Paper Flowers. Beginners’ Outfits, Materials, Etc., Etc., Book ex puu al Dc the The Tver I (~\r* POPULAR -LUC Sheet Music, . (PHA*. J, Phi. KSll.\HT, Dote Agent.) CHOICE SELECTIONS IRKKl'IXY A KHA NG K D KO BF-OIMlfEr ASO run THD I st OK TEACH era or nu: PIANO AND ORGAN. Chopstick Waits, by.........   De    Lull! Fly Away Galop, hy .....   Wallis, Gertrude Dream Walts, by Beethoven! Impatience (Banjo Galop),by .utrcabtjog In th# Sunshine, by  ...... Lance. Jack Kroet's March, by   Knight. Moment Musical, by  .......  Schubert. Playful Ronda, by. ......... Greene. Russian Grand March, by ......... rrancis T Tl 1 I ts t ^ V **    I    ”    *    *    v    **•    •••••**••    -r    nMKW U.SKH OK TIBBIT! I star of Affection ..Hartmann ’ shower of Bos vs Galop, by, streabboc FREE The City rilled with a (towline Mob of Indian* and Co who re Who Are k pol I tug («r a right—More Manana ere* of the Mi lt Uh Mar,* Timothy Healy'* aperch at a League Meeting—Other rorolga Bote* of Interest. ii AMRI IM), Aug. 2D —Kxclte ment over the fierce row between Buffalo Hill and Dr, ( wiver is Intenee. People ars afraid l*> conte o«i| of doors after dark The place ie in a state of siege. The members of each troupe hare openly der I am I their Intention of fighting for their masters if th# quarrel ends In a general light, TI err ran lie no doubt but that It Is only through the efforts of the drlc autborl-tiea that bloodshed up to tho present has fe en avoided. Dr. Carver has been fbi Iou lug Col Cody all through the latter’* tour of the cities of the (km fluent and hi* performance* have been better patronised than B.UV tint Ahead of Muff tin Hilt. Carver atole a march on his rival and arri vial in Hambnrg three days ahead When Cody gut bere he found be was obliged to pitch his tent a few feet from Carver's show. Carver made arratige-menta for att exclusive supply of electric light and left Cody In the dark. Then members af both camp* took up the matter, and It wa* through the st retiuoba effort* of the poller officers that a fearful fight wa* prevented. Hamburg I* filled with a bowling mob of Indians and COWIN*) a who are Halting for a chance to scalp each other Th* town is ooyerad with the p-e-tersof both parties. A* soon a* Co Iy’s Bf    -    - *    — Burin aa a charlatan, and warns Brit Uh workmen against the danger of cootinu-jug their prudent attitude of aupenitUioiui faith iii their bo (nilled leader*. A Most Horrible fllorjr. Ham BP RO, Ang. 2D—A farmer named Heinrich Brunt, who lived in th* village of Waatcrwich, having eau** to sun (lect Id# wife, called her and their children into the cellar of his house, barred the door, Hocussed her of unfaithfulness, and de-flared that she must die. Then he bade them all kneel down and pray for the for- | given**** of her ain, aud after that repeat ' the prayer fur the dying. Tbiadeoe, he J bouw! birr lo ii wooden htuch, aud with un ! old cavalry saber be hacked her head off. J Then, with great cool ones, be drew out hi* revolver and blew out hie brains. mw IND DOMM. Th® Two Labor Leaders change Compliments. Ex h VERY INSINUATING STATEMENT. on application " M Waits, by Wreath Waits, by .... .. . Ac., Ac., Ac., Ac., .■ Glee# Ac. Third and Piasa sts. ALTON, ILI. THE LATEST. Ste pping Stone, by Sidney Rosenfeldt. V<MAL ABM INHTRl'MkNTAl.) IOC a Dopy, OUR SPECIAL TERMS: 10c Per Copy. 25c for 3 Copies. 50c for 7 Copies. $1.00 for 15 Copies. CaUkloffno FKKK on Application, or Mailed FMBI to any Address. Cbas. J. Degenhart, Third and Piisa its. - Alton. II Mixed Paints I Oils — AGENTS KOK TMK— St, Louie Varnish Co. Fine VAHUJWK8 sud JAPANS. barter Oak Stores and Ranges Wark Diamond anil Asbestos Roofing. Building nod Sheeting Paper. Force, Lift and Spraying Pumps. New Home end White Sewiug Machines; $30 each. Agents for Hie Celebrated Metter Faro toes. —FINE LINE OK Bailies aid Sum Haps SM a. H„t HOAD CART in the World for $10. . K. JOHNSTON, Hardware Co. Hardware mid Farm Machinery, Alton, HI. ill* are pasted up Carver’* a* Manta come around mid tear them off aud put their own in piece. In Nee# of Money, It i* on open acc .et that while Carver •lid an enormous busine-# in Berlin and Vienna Cody fell flat. Sunday Cody and Carver opened at the aam* tim i. Carver gave two *how* aud bad 30.0k) visitor#, while Cody only gave one, which wa# at. tended by “,<**> persons.'* It Is rumored that th- syndicate which brought Buff lo BUI to Europe this year baa left him on that he Is handicapped for want of money, llolh leader# have amj->niioed an Indefinite ktay ut Hamburg, which ta filled with Visitor* who are afraid that serloua trouble may break out at any mtm-ni No actual iasea of aaM*nIt are reported, hut threats of death are freely tined BRITISH NAVAL MANOEUVRES. The Fleet Daw at Mea la Chee* ut Na (.postillion* Merchantmen. Losnox, Aug 2D —Mr Michael Cut me Seymour, admiral, having apparently demonstrated to hts own satUfactkia In the naval iv re* Just closed that he could, with hie (lortlon of the Heat, break the line# of the defending aqundrnn# tin <ler Admiral Sir G orge Tryon, hon put to sea for the purpo**, tt I* believed, af de terinthiog how long It would take his sup-jHioeil foreign Heel to overhaul and disable the pricipol English merchant liner* while the home goat wore reooverlog from the effect* of their engagement with the enemy. W ant ta Avoid the Torpedo Moat*. Throe mamruvrn* dlfT. rwl slightly from preceding event* of the kind, in that they were largely devoted to aeeertalning how far away from a roost tho leviathan* of modern naval construction can prudently conduct huNtilUlee in rea*onabie security from tbr torpedo fetal* with which nrerly all the continental maritime power* are efficiently supplied. TD* Open Sea Preferred far a Fight In other word#, Ragland would prefer to draw her enemy out aa far aa poasftde to the open eia, having ©onAdance in her ability to win a victory apart from th# lurking danger* on an enemy'* coast danger* to which the alow moving, coal consuming monsters of the fleet are taper tally liable These mam mi vr es are coa-•tdered much more prat fie ti and seeable than the sham attack* on I he coast Sown* of Great Britain and Ireland, which, while theatrically attractive, ware of but slight Instruction to the Bailor*, ami wore at tended by a aeries of blunder*. Kioto** Socialists BCRLIX, Aug. A—Chi the breaking up al 2 o'duck «m Tuesday morning of the Socialist midnight meeting a collision occurred between the polk# and the Social. *    **> lh* conflict which followed •w ord* were uoui and ntonen were thrown. B -th rid.* bad many injured The police succeeded in arresting the ring leather* of the rioter* Bismarck’* Only Am tot Ion. IlKRUX, Aug, 88 —A deputation from I lei I broo culled u{Mm Prince Bismarck. In ado rearing hi# visitor*, the prime said that th<- mu-rand-* of tho** paper* which criticiae-l hie conduct of affair* wa* mere du*t lie awaited the verdict of history, aid his only ambition now was for a good epitaph. Perished va Mott hi lllane. GK \g?A, Aug ga —Count Villenova and his guide ami porter* who were making aa oaceut cd Mount Blan* have dleap) >e<. red, aud it la reared that all have perished. LIQUOR IN THE CAPITOL. The Matter Again Mr fore the Senate— Filibustering la the II ease. W AMU ROTOR ClTT, Aug. JD.-In th* •enate Wednesday morning the reaolu-lion offered by Plumb several days ago. Instructing the committee on rules to lame order* to prevent the sale of all kinds of liquor* in the senate wing of th* cap itol was taken up, Butler's proposed amendment directing the sergoant-at arui* to make dally iii*pectlon of the com-oiitoe room* to see lf liquor* were used there, was rejected. After discussing Biair’s amendment to prohibit the use of liquors in the capitol “as e bever**.-," lite resolution and amendment on motion of Sherman wa- referred to the (Himmil- 1 tee on rule*. Th# tariff Mil won then taken up. There wet* but eighty-five mem bm regilt wh. n the house met Wednesday morning Tn<- opponents of the lard bill, I led by Ma ton (III#), at once inaugurated filibustering tactic#, with rails Bar yea the journal of Tuesday bad not been apiin.! nay votes. etc. At Id*) Wed need ay ' proved. aud the prospect# were good for * (wilding the day’s section Idly- 'Mug up the last day *et apart tar consideration of , the I int ter wort Ii opt Irma MIL and not reach:i g a Vote on the lard bill. Marry Mays He Was oft.-reg SI OO, OOO tar a Hit ut Information sad Intimates That Powderly Gathered la the Hand Ie —What Powderly hays et It- ansation j el the Two Railroad Strikes at Chicago 1 —A Strike Averted. I New York, Aug UH —The Sun’s Detroit t|ieclal says! I urn Barry, formerly of the executive board of the knights, lo an In tcrview as to the outlook in the prevent Mrike. said It was a failure from the ■tart, boo*use It lacked proper executive ability liehiod it. Powderly did md Uke hold uulii too late to be of service. When »«k.#l why Knight* of Lafe* strikes failed ail over the country, he said: “If you wont me to tell you what la the ma •on that the knights are a back number, why, ber* it to: Bid you ever Deer of an officer Iii sn organiiation trying to bleed Un- mein lows for all there was la Bf Yea Berlin;*# you have. OI Tared a Maths at ti OO, OOO. lad me tell you something. Do yon re-memfe-r the grtwit Southwestern striker "cli, I was right in the midst of that q'tnrnd. The stock* of tbs railroad fell right out of tight While I hi. strife was ou I wa* a pp ma .bed by a Wall street man sud offered 1100,000 in cold rash to UU in advance when the strike wa* to be settled. I told the broker I was not In It that way I refused that iHw.aOQ, but aa a member of the tioard I laid the pmposltiou before the otbem. Of eourae they rejected it with #ct»rn; but twenty four hour* later Mr. Powderly wa* In New York lie-I got tat lug With th* very broker whom I •lighted. One day later th* atrike wa# declared off.” Aa ('antllIgaled Liar. New York, Aug AD.—The Evening Hun boa im interview with Grand Master Workman Powderly relative to the charge* made by Barry In It Mr. Pow delly say*,- “Mr Barry ta an unmitigated bar. .Mr. Barry was Himself discharged from the order fevnuse he was crooked In money transit lion- and U-came- he misappropriated funds It Is a proof stub dent os to the falsity of hi* assertion* when it is well known that I wa- not in the soul Iiw.wt during the strike in IHM) I do not believe be even had an offer of ti*»i,CUI Men like Barry usually are willing to accept money offer# and arr uaiic.ll) purchased at th* lr price-* drink of whisky." STRIKES AT chicago. A Bargain. BPI K BUB E (Thick Walls) laarge OI I ar. with Wafer In House lot 00x190. IX-,!;,, T;i“rmSrl,'K,r',”,Kl- •“ MUST BE SOLD. Dorsey & Mann 310 Belle street. WARM AIR FURNACES! UA HO AXD HOFT COAL. at. DIED TO SAVE OTHERS. A Divinity Itsilrnl I lr <• anni la the L»*li Kl vee. Wiat Ht’fCRioit. WK. Ang fa.-A. M. Gordon, a divinity student from Bellaire. Ohio, baa been conducting a series of ie-vival meeting* on nu excursion steamer In the St. l ouis river. Tuesday evening as he w#s standing near the veaael'e rail be noticed three boys who heal gig beyond    no rn REDUCTION SALE iv —IIH I—ll ■    — MMER SUITS AND PANTALOONS MADE TO ORD KR. PEBFECT FIT BD SATISFACTION GI'AD WEED ! I'ruerrlplte* for Paving Rent A .lr oast cg. Bt bur, Aug. 88.—Speaking at a league meeting Tuesday Timothy Healy, referring to the (totalo blight In Inland, said that nothing SU tod between the ‘people anti starvation during the coming winter. The sufferer* might not legally withhold nous, but the man who paid rent ami left his family to starve wa# little bettor than an as«iu»f:t. If It was found necessary to apical to th* Irish In America arn! Aaa-trails th* a**l*taii.-* thus obtained ought not to he shared by any men who had pall! rent during the p rec# ll ag twelve months. Nearly (.'restated la a Writ. Paw*. Tex., Ang. 2D -('barie# Gooding, who lives in Indian territory, thirty mile# from this oily, employed Michael Du* Raney to dig a well Lost Saturday Du ha acy had toadied a depth of sixty feet He came out tor bls dinner, and on bls return had born lowered about twenty fart, when Im screamed lo hts a-oistauto u> haul him out Quick, as he was burning up. He was taken out In an un coner ohm oondltlou; and then flames burnt oui The poor fellow wa# badly burned It is thought Le opened a vein of natural gas. Terrible Coo Bagrat lea ta Meager*. Poth. Aum. 28l— The fire at Tokay began during the night, aud its spread was accelerated by a heavy gale of wind. All the publin building* as welt aa nearly all th# private dwelling* were destroyed. The homeless inhabitants are camping in the fields, tents lining turn Uh *-d from the nearest military stations The flams* are attn raging. Ka ba, liar alcid, and other village# near Tmeevar are also in flame*. Ten person* have bern burned to death Ka ba aud three at Hart. their depth while lo bathing and who Were in danger of being drowned. With out hesitating Gordon Jumped toto the water and reached the youngster* Just a# one aaa sinking fie rescued him and then turtn-d hi. attention to the other two. With great effort he kept them afloat until assistance from shore arrived. A* the buys were lifted lain a boat Gordon, exhausted by his effort* and weighted bp his clothe*, sank to ria* no more. Aud thus be died while sering other* A Shorts*# la the HopCro^ Mi aal i«<« at the Stork Yards awd ae the (Mc#,*,. and Altun. J Cukago, Aug. ?*> —The blockade at the stock yoni*. « m-od first by the strike of th# engineer* and flrvmwu of tbs twitch lug awNoviattoa. sud *ulw*»qt)etttly by , the sink.' of the switchmen. wa# almost mfeed Wednesday morning About a dozDI engines, manned by officials of th* different rood*, were shirting the dead train* so that toe car* contd he reached. ; The** were not so rn uiv policemen about the yard* a* on Tuesday, and the forty or Arty striker* abo oxigregated la th* neighborhood of (he yard in astor’* oflhe demonstration. It Is now be To our friends would say we are now prepared to pair old ones. Satisfaction in every case cace* alway# on hand. put guaranteed. in furnaces and re* Second-haad Fur- ill be over and very long. The tiered .hat the strike the men st work before packer*, It I# said, * ill not allow the dis solution of the Hwitching association, and aa the etrtkera have signified a willing nraa to return to work at their old wage* It is bel,! red thai some sort of a compromise will be arrived at Thursday The Chicago sad Alton Mtrlke. The alt US firm ta the atrike of the Chi cag** ami Alton switchmen remain* practically unchanged. Tbs firemen and en glusers decided Wednesday looming not PITTS Sc HAMILL, BJ5IX.K STRKKT. yin IT S NO SECRET. ro*    i#>    go    out    In    support    of    the    switchmen. *# I...    la    the    MOST    CXJMPLE1 bixokielk, Mao*, Aug. 28—Tbs New it had lo#-ii Intimated they might da Th# °*n *how you Something Now ae often na Ko gland Heme* rad can fully pre pa re-1 a report of the hop crop of the country It shone that there la a considerable shortage. particularly In New York slate Th# alenge yield of all the growing territory will fall nearly A) per chol under a full crop, In Naw York stat* only three quar-tem of en average crop will be harvested. M *'»/i#lni--tt«, which grow* few Imp#, will have 78 j*-r cent of a full crop-, Main# I® per c**nt.; Vermont a full cn.p-, WI* contin *) sad Calif,.rnls flfl Price* bara rear bed 4» cento a pound in New York and 2T'y cents In California. Tb# prioea offered In them two states govern the sale* in tither “Isles While th* ongj I* abort th* quality Ie bettor than usual company bae been adv-mLsiag for switch men and ho* secured quite a force of men, which It will try to pat to work. General Manager Cheppoil weal out loin the yard* bno**df morning ami |    #    w thr. w switches and coupled aud uu-oupled I lVllfrAlD* train# w til aii lf., ii. xi.-rity of an ald I wa timer, to show hi* determination the fight at all hnaurds COMPLETE ever brought to Altos, yod call la; Tapestry, CARPETS: aa old to win Averted * Hie airth*. Sax Ku sxrtaco, Asg Si.-A big strike on th* Southern Peri fir was avoided Tuesday by the rail rued making atmas* ■l<ui# to the grievance cm nm blee of the Brotherhood Hallway Trainmen. Th# committee submitted demands from division ital gee in every city through which the fruit bern Pacific system runs, th* general effect of which will he to advents* the (my of brakemen fit) and conductors fjft iwr month The company fought tbs adv tutor a* long aa able, but Hie men were well nrgauisc*! sud bad oral order# east four    revolver*    and    a    Win-    *    railroad hand# from coming to Thera b no    doubt    instr ob-1    *.    Dfwbl a di#a*trous strike Held Up the Wrung Rsgs, DALLA*, Cato., Aug 2D -Tbs stage running list ween here and Telluride woe held up Tuesday near Ho#keli by road agents. The rubbers numbered only two, both retted men ‘(Id masked They were a nm -1 with cheater rifle. Undy Brussels _ -    .    Art    Squurns, nag or Hemp. IN CURTAINS! Bailo or Plain,    Lace or Portior. I INT JFEXJG-S: Fur Moquette,    Smyrnu k Oriental. Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocoa Mats. a-. whether you wish to buy or not. oar Tho •etablishment, —AT- BRUEGGEMAN BRO’s, (Successor to A. Brueggeman-) Artist ic Tailoring and 6«nt's Furnishing Goods Emporium, 221 Piasa Where the CNoMr# Ortgtsated, LrfiwriuX, Aug 28 — Advice* from Jeddah state that the ebdlera, which bruke out among the pilgrims returning from Mecca, originated with the Min loo po* -■unfirm, and ■praad to the other*. The pilgrims wera in a terrible state of aith, aa they were huddled tog ther by thou sends la the dam paces, unwashed and without suffb ient food. Hundred* died who were not reported, and the real number of fatalities will never be known Ject wan to secure the retorts from the    granto.1 King gold mine, eleven of which WM* »ent out M< Dday morning, but by a different rottta Th# value of th* retort* wa*        ,    ,    , •••f Net,OH). A* ll was they took the mall *    *•7*    Melina, pouch, con taming valuable rrgiatered let-    m    ,*M*    iMiitral,    who    returned Tried to Lf ark mm kidtrfkev, Nhw V.»ax, Aug 28 The World’s! A. J. HOWELL. tora. A pome hoe been now in pursuit. organiaMl and ie Heck with en His Muscle, WaaiiiXOTox City, Aug 2D. - During a oootroveray in the house over th* lard hill Wednesday, Beckwith, of New Jersey, tried to strike Wilson, of Washington Rrpraeeatattve Iw dbach, of New J* r-«y, was bet ween them and Wllsou was not hit. Vt'11 Ham*, of Ohi<>, pulled !k<ck with flack tb hi# scat aud Bach with struck at blin fr-v* ral othhr members interfered and the com fiat ants were separated fedora any injury rn aa door. A turn I MI** Flanged. Guts senile.. Ba., Aug. 2K-During the heavy rain# Tueeday night the Mammoth Cud company’s mine on the Sewickley branch, was Aoodd aith wet sr. Oilman ta know ii to (user Immki drowned In the mine, end others ora jct missing Beveral maim were drowned, ami thr min* property war gristly damaged Property along the Bewickiey valley aiuiost totally destroy* I and thr lues will be heavy. to I 1 work a few day* since fired three shote I from hi# train Into a crowd of *trikers at j th*- Madison Mi met station Tueeday. Non# of the shute took effect, ii# was arrested, I and while mi the way to Jail a crowd triad to take him from the (. dice to lynch him. The (“flit* kept the crowd Wk with dlfln uliy. rim excitement Ie in-ton*- aud further trouble is feared Moi I ti* “Jiye be Ared Ute shote In esdf-de-l j let* im* A Rig Tras-po rf atlas a,-a*-ase. Ql'kBKC, Aug. 'JI.—The most gigantic ra) rood scheme «ier proj##,, d In Canada, with the tit!lie exception of that of th* Canadian Pacific, is ah (Ut to engage a very large shara of public attention The •r hem** is lo build a railway taut ward from (J it-las x'ttiw VMI mil* * to ML ( hart* bay p the Labrador en let, from width point large steamship- ara expected to make the Voyage to Milford Ila leu. lo SMG SHITS. wm» Id London inside of aevvn days I tiber Leader Hants tie a nu ne od. l4>MX«GAug A-fbe Daffy Telegram, in a leading article, de no u noes John A aether Allaeh aa ■•rad. Bo •Tux, Aug. 88- Fire Marshal Whit-I nub, in his annual report, openly chargee Russian an I Pol tab J    < with la lug incendiaries. mu i aria)    • the insurance companies m* ne raeurk- lw fore the fart for reck featly accepting risk* from He-httsw*. wiio over lusura for the oak* of the ' ■HMM Mad# Two F.Xbrta to (ksR*. New York. Aug. n Dr Edward Hinion, aged IT, c liior of The New Yorker Handels Z-itmig. mod* a determined effort to commit #ukid* Tuesday. He first took morphine, and this proving ineffective, be • ab1*-1 In ii - if about in* arms amt bode. W i n fo 11 I h i e*( hleedtng prof uady Ile still dce tari* thai ha will kill him*■!& lie hod bosn drinking ex eses! vc!, if tate. I im mw rec* vim i I ar 40 and varie I stock of Clot bs in all lim prevailing «Uh leg, for S,»ri ,4 Su* .#, which I a n p epxred to make up in tilt Most Faslaionable Stvles, HUA KANTE KING Periect Fit, Reasonable Rates and Complete Satisfaction. H.C. G. Moritz. 112 Third st. ;