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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - November 24, 1890, Alton, Illinois Concerning the Complexion of the Next House. THE LATEST CB AXS t TIDD!,EQY IHS, A LAROE DEMOCRATIC MAJORITY. (A new and Interesting game’) THE POPULAR G ME HALMA. Possettes rem lr tab ly fascination be happy, play “II ALM A.*’ for young and old. (If you would (fiji the author of “llnlma.’*) It is equally interesting to children as well as adults and in learned to play in three minutes. The great Military Game “Should be in every family, •fir* We also carry in stock the ever popular Parcheesi, Prog essive Angling, Tible Croquet, Ring Toss, Improved Bagatelle, and a variety other interesting and pleasing Board Games. of Puzzles! Puzzles! Puzzles! The LATEST, The HEST,    Mos    t    FUZZING    I MTThe famous “6YPSY PUZZLE!” wiihout doubt the moat teresting and Faacit a dog Puzzle yet mtrodiu ed Nothing like it. be seen and tried to be appreciated. Only 15c. HERE’S ANOTHER, THE POCKET DE It BY, Th* Kapti 1.1 trails Ha** a K#prr»*at*tl»e •I Ninety-T wo and Hie Karui.ri' Alllanre Seventeen, Ta al va of Whom %V til Aal with th# Democrats, Ct.clag the Latter a Majority ut IU- Other Washington City Note* of Interest. W ashinuton Cixr, No?. Ss -Th* uuof* Acini Hat of the members of tbs bourn in the K fly second congree*, which baa barn comp led in tha office of tbs clerk of tho Ii »tiae, ii nearly correct aa any list will be until ult the cert I fica tea ara received. Even then it la not likely to be changed a* the Hat baa been prepared with cars, and In nearly every Instance from official ret urn*. It la Int creating bec mum, for the rtr*t time, it give* a wally definite idea of the completion of the nett bouse It abow* thai SWM Democrat* have beeu elect-e I on a straight ticket, the number of Bg publicans being uiuetj-two. It glee* tho Farmers' alliance a re pre** n tattoo of seventeen, but twelve of tbia number comr (rom the south aud will act with the Democratic party, thus swelling the lofter** aggregate rote to TSI Th* Dem-ooratic majority oyer the Republicans ie therefore 1%), or Iii couuilug the twelve AI lieu ne men aa Democrat*. Cannon Ka pee ti a Quorum. Chairman Cannon of the bouto commuter on appropriation# doe* not Join in what appet, rs to be a ganeral notion that It will tie difficult to bold a quorum of Republican* in the house during the coming session. He does not talk about tho “casse of the result" or hie ova defeat, about th tariff or tho poesi fail Hies of the federal election bill. "Hut,” be aalii, “I think we will go r.ght ahead with legislation this session. rho cong was boa not ended yet. We have good work to «lo and we shall do it. Toere Will be no trouble about keeping a good quorum of Hr pa bl ice na Every *1 u"t Republican, whetter be bas been re I ai sc. rd or defeated, will be In Lls seat, ■ and be will be full of earnest newt for work. Every one of us was elected for t aru years There is one session jr%t be-| fore ie, It is as much our duty lo attend. , to ho antra* 'lur ug thin session a* during the Ii rat. It la the business of every man I lo las hew, and he will." RENT C N HAVE THE WOMAN. All gar mer llarlow Wants ta Half i Money Mack. Lr** HHUitn, Va., No?. 44 -Eijah Harlow, a ne 11-to-do farmer who live* near Bigley’s Store, In Appomattox county, pa awed through hew Thursday la puwuit of his runaway wife. He Is OO years old, aud she Is 31 They were married la-t June at Barboursville, Nelson county, and took up their residence on his farm near Appomattox. A frequent visitor to the ll iriow home was a young man named fleorgs Kent, who foitnerfy lived I oe«r Gordons?. ie, where Mr Harlow re-aided b forc moving to Appnma’tox. On I returning home from the field at noon j Wednesday Mw. Harlow found bfai wife absent. Site Waa (ions with His Money. Shortly afterward* a fries I drove by aud asked Harlow whew his wife aud Kent wen- going, and in it! inned that the couple bad (marled the N urfolk aud 14 extern tm ti at Pumpin'*. Then Hor-iow investigated aud found that bis wife’s trunk was gone. together with about MIW of hie money. Suspecting that th** elopers bad gone back to Orange county, ho came ber** Thursday aud later took the Virgin a Midland train for Orange Court Ho i* i i Hearth of his truant wife Harlow si,* that if ha can get half of bls moory bock he will call It *q u a re, and Kent ran have the woman. Men Killed and Other* Injured. Many COAL. faulty construction charged. in- A new Race (lame fur rovsa ami old, a faicinxUng and exciting Game of chaoce. Only 10c. capital miscellany. BIO CONCERN in a hole. United at etna Hulling stork Company la a Receive* *■ ll anda. (MIC Au i, Nov. *44 —The United States Rolling Mock company, havin'? a large plant at Ilegewtach. baa bern placed Id tbs hand* of a receiver. Tbs liabilities are given at (8,816,000 arid tbs assets at #0,UMI,OUI Attorney J. 8. High. of tbs ; company, says the fslittw was precipitated by alow on lections and tbs de pres J aion in the in.mer market Hum • I Ii Ins Had Ta Ha Dune. T e Company’* creditor* aw principally I among l>aufc<i and large dealers front < ad,nm it purchase* material mu I supplies, while ii* cr edit ow aw the railroads all over this country. It bo* A. Jot) men in IU employ. Being compel led to par cash for all materials aud supplies, also wages, th* i bj k* show a momrtHr distribution of | (tub two B r a*o«i of the fact (hat tbs I Wilroads to whom it sells aw unable to par cash. bat moat give long tim« paper wb en eau not easily u* discounted, KOOI thing ha I to lie d me in tim* to pre vent a crash i hat w oil I here Unowned I i to ar Riva out of employ toe iii, All th* luterr*. out on mortgages Is fully up to dot* aud the company has abundant a»-i sets to all busi ness oblige i<> The Well mf a Maw Hrieta Handing al Jersey City Collapses Baryta* a Corge Member of Workmen- ratal Wrack or tho Illinois Central Railroad -Rilled by sa Kleetrls Light Wtro—The Bey and tho Revolver Item. Jkrskt OTT, N. J., Nov. SR-The wail of a new brick budding which Wells Fargo A Co aw awning on Pavonia avenue Dear Col* street, suddenly fall st IMW Sat unlay morning, burying a large bu in ber of workmen iii th* debria TI# police, firemen and ambulance* wew soon on the spot aud th* work of extricating th* buried men comm >need. From underneath the big pile of brick and Umbels wew heard faint calls for help, “W# are being crushed to death;’* “For God’s sake help us out.’’ While will,nV bands tor* away the bricks from the maimed limb* of the men underneath, others pulled away ir«»u girder* and heavy blocks of **o«d. As fast os the ambulance* arrived the injured men wew put into them and sent to th* hospital. Th# Killed sad Injured. Following hi a lief of th* victim*: Killed—George I turks. Iron worker; John Barrett, New York. Injured—Nioolo Gad* rano, right lag fractured and contusions on th# head; Ardelio Gene iii, body badly bruised; Arval lo Bennedattl, serious contusion* on th* side and scalp wound; Thomas Keep wound on th* forehead; Nicoio Ceratin, broke his collar boite aud will probably die; Nicoio Gel nil, scalp wound; Emit Hagen, shoulder and arm injured b*v«r*l Italians names unknown, badly bruised. Them are all la KL Francis hospital Th* other men wsw seat h<>m* after having their wounds dressed. Among the latter was Thomas Glch, who hail a bad scalp wound. the larders Were Tm* Heavy. Th* mason work was being done by Michael Brennan and at (be nm* of tbs crash be wa* superiatsi d>ug th* work. bm was uninjured. l h# ironwork we# beng don# by Past & McCord, of N> w ko k It ta understood that the lr* n girder* which were used lb the cons motion of th* building wow enure)j loo heavy f„r the bi ck work and their weigh! tor* down the toot wall, while the other wails remain nisi, ling. The Famous Giilttple Holt COAL delivered at five minute!* notice In any ot the city. Bums to a Clear Gray Ash, no Clinkers or Cinders. Best Holt Coal in the West. HARD COAL In all Mize**, Pritfew. Delivered at Lowest Market UuaUl^Unwurpassed, DUY NOW, BEFORE THE BIG ADVANCE. Dorsey & Mann 310 Belle street.7 TKLKPHONK H4 AND 31. THE OMAHA FOR BURNING COAL, COKE OR WOOD. CHAS. J. DEGENHART, DEALER IN Stationery, Picture Frames, Fancy Goods, Toys. IQI and I03. cai. Third and Piasa sts. Alton IF YOU NEED A BUTTLE OF Lotion for Chapped Hands, Good Cough Syrup, Perfumed Cosmo!ine. A Good Healing Salve, Nice Soap or Perfumery, -o- GO TO —o MARSH’S DRUG STORE ITS NO SECRET. That our STOCK is tim MUST COMPLETE ever Drought to Alton. Wi MUI show yon Something Now a* often as you call iu: CARPETS: Tapestry,    Body Brussels Ingrain,    Art Squares, Rag or Hemp ITV CURTAINS: Dado or Plain,    Lace or Portier. ITV HUGrS: Fur Moquctte,    Smyrna A Oriental. Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocoa Mats. Increase Im Postal Revenue*. WAMUNuro* Cm, NOV 34.—Th* rn-port of lh* third assistant postmaster g usrai, which wilt he submitted in a few days, will show an lucre aa • of lo per cent iii the po* i al raven aes. There has beau a marked inert a-** of business in thirty five of th > principal offices, A comparison be-tween tbs business of th* north, south and west abow* that each of th*** suctions is doing alioat the amount of buaia as aa the others. Tbs *nU-leU*ry law has caused a no* lovable decrease in the revenue* of the New Or la pi* postoffice sad th* busine** of the p.on offices at Kansas City, Ik. Paul and Minneapolis has also de creaked. New York sad Chicago ar* dose together ta tb* amount of postal bus I uses done by each. What Mr. Wauansaker aag*. WASH! KOTOS CITY, Nor. 24.-Postmaster General Wan a maker bos been In* terviewed In regard to critlclama mad# upon him by * Western Pennsylvania clergyman because malls are earned and poeti dice business is transacted Sunday. Mr. WAUstnakar nays be thinks oui.greta i« the proper place to go to for action in the matter, na i then be gam on to any: “To stop the handling of Sunday mails means to stop the wheels of the railroads throughout the ooh atry at ll o’clock Hat unlay. In that event there would be bo protection for mails In transit," Ceases Clerks Dix bar god. WasHisuroM City, Nov. 34— One hundred clerks in th* census bureau were notified Friday afternoosi that their service# would no longer be required. Th* reason for discharge without notice, as giteu by the suparintsndeut, la that nearly all of tho** dismissed nave strong political in Aor nos, and lf they had beeu given a month’s notice, for instance, their polit leal hackers would have descended on Mr. Porter aud compelled bim to raisin t be clerks or make enemies of all their friend*. A|»pointed by Tbrae Fewer*. VV Asm votok ClTT, Now. 84—Judge Gedaroranls, tha supreme judge of 8a-mo*, appointed by the three power*— England, Germany and th* United Blate* —Was at th* slat* department Saturday Mild had an . steaded confersoce with Secretary Blain* on Bemoan affairs Ha spent moat of the day looking over official correspondence touching Hum nun affair* Did Mu! ('wen-rate (be Vessel, lint's* ic is, Nov, 84 —’i ha government denies the statement that the Baptist mission Steamer I Voce had been se sal by the Congo state senhor I ie* and that th* Brit-' is.', flag had i ceti baule I down ou the vessel and the fl ig 11 the Conga etal* hoisted iu its |ii»a It isetsUai bist on account of the wreck of th* Cong ■ stat* steamer a requisition wa* ma ic for th* Peace, aud that the misaomarlM received an indemnity. The government offl I.lie hemjds-claie I hat Die object of the report was to prejudice Englitu I against the Congo stat* on the question of import duties. OTHER ACCIDENTS. Dropped Ws«ie*k«r'a Mama. Pl TI MOUM, Pa, Nov. *4.— At Friday's session of the National Law and Order league th* name of Hon, C. A Boutell*, of Maine, was dropped from th* list of vie* presidents, and I hose of Postmaster General Wanamaker, of Pennsylvania, and Rev. Merrill E Gates, D. IX, New Jersey, from the executive com rn 11 tee, without comment. It was ascertained frow private latwrieffi however, tbgt Mr. VTauamaker’e name wa* dropped because It Ut thought he dons not conform to the rule# of the league la regard to mail tmployea working on Sunday • twit OW ibe III mala Central. Kaskakkk. Ills, N IV. 81 -A cli Moo occurred on th* IU nots Omit rat road lier* Batoid*) morning by which on* mea wa# killed aud ou* UadJy injured. A misplace I swi c i scut th* fast mall tram •cashing into Nu. h passenger train, which was kid -Iracked. Both trains were wrecked. The fireman, Id Balker, of the mal! train wa* crushed to deal it. Engineer How dry o’th* mail train h id on* leg cut off set nu arm badly anat-tared. Cider eau Oln«#r Al* IslsilcsUkp Dx THOI i. M teh., Nov. 84-Th* central Michigan W. C. T. U., in **■**■ ion here, bs* had under discussion the momentous question:    “Du    we    violate our pledge shin we drink eider or ginger alef*' Th* discuaaion wa* * hot age, though th* heat WSI oil OO one aide, amt cider nod ginger ale were well roasted, aud it wa* unanimously decided that th*.* bever age# arc intoxicating and thnt to driuk them ie a violation of th* pledge. Skylarked with a Revolver. NKW Yuan. Not. 84.—Ann ta Moriarty, a girl of I? j ears of age, wa* aoctdeuta.ijr •hot in her father’* house at Williams br alg* Friday by Joseph Ander mu. agal IV, The boy picked ap a revolver w hii* skylarking with th* girl nod the we*poo wa* discharged, til* bali striking in* girl iii th* **,upt*. Mb* will din V oubg Anderson called• doctor and then disappeared and ba* not si no* been seeu. Killed by KleeSrtelly. Nkw YiHIK, Nov. 24.—Jam** Tucker, aged ta, of CNI East Twenty-first street, employed st foreman by the East River Electric Light compony, while engaged in repairing wire# in tha yard of the Second Avenue Railroad company, at 668 Blxty-sixitt street, was token with a AL Ile fell across on# of th* wire* aud received a shuck which result**! in his death. —TMK ONLY PH urger-; Combined Coal and Wood Cooking lr. rvnn mode** mrs ‘I tm km aad for uS oft sstisf. Perfection of «Mr re Mon -unpile iv and Durability ITt •DilHfRl Stovs Mads. And for beauty of nsisb. Smoothness . this r i Risgaat 8b *« I us ads PITTS & HAMILL, Bolffi Afrits. FALL SUITS. I AM MDW ll RA DV TO Pi Rh IMH RVRKY MAM IM ALTOM WITH A The t|Mak*r*fct|». VV aihintiToN City, Nov. 84—With the arrival In Washington of Congressman Richardson, of Tv unease*, th* boom for Congressman MeMilll*, of the aam* Mate, a- a candidate for th* speakership of th# n«xt bouk*, ha* been started. Mr. filch-srdkou says that Mr. McMillin ba* been assured by many member* that lh*/ will vote him. nub Hills Destroyed. Bathroom, N. J , Nov. 44.—About Baturdsy morning a fir* started la Us* extensive silk mills of Bamford Una od Cliff street which burned so fiercely thnt the mill was soon totally destroyed. Th* fir* co mi un ii ic* ted to the handsome reel lienor# of Joseph aud Walter Hanford whish adjoined the mills, both of which w'wre also bu rued to tim ground. The loss is placed at (4m,DOO, on which there is on ituMirsuo* of (JOO. tAJO. Michigan Mss Darted Ae Death. (. "i HWA i tit, Mte-i.. Nor. 34.-Whit* burning gras* on a marsh in California lowutii>|h Dav.d Paul was overcome by smoke and before a teuton ce reached him wa* burned to death He had beld the po»itieus of supervisor, town clerk, and justio« of th* peace, sod was highly esteemed. He leave* a large family. SUPERIOR SUIT OF CLOTHES, Prow ut rn Whelm* Dual Drowsed. SAM I UAM..MA), Nov. 24—Th* whaling bark Ai.ce Knowles report* that on* ut the boat* of the bark (V«an was stove lo by a what* anti th* crew drowned lo th* Arctic ocean recently. right with rn ti*ag af Hors* Thieves. Wichita, Kau., Nov.    84—Deputy Sheriff Preacher, of Uabnrue county, after a chaw of five day* located a gang of horse thieves In th* western part of Pratt county, near Calm, When within 400 yards me po**# were acca by the thieves, who opened fir*, al th# same Urn* mounting their hones. Th* pose* responded with a bot fir# killing tw*v Thomas West and Samuel Thorn iou Rilled by a liana way Hers*. Clin Ado, Nov. 84. - A runaway hors* attached to a wag u ducked into a group of Ii*ll? g ria at the lorner of West Chicago avenue and Sangamon street, fatally Injuring Ka ie lUihr, 7 year* old, and Martha Kolas, aged «* years, the latter of which bs* since dual, Kell* Rohr still remains un urns* ms and her death is hourly expected.    _ MADIS FP'IM L»THh |M.!.h<TkD ESPECIALLY FUE F A UL WEAR. CC'; IM TMK MOOT HTV LUH MAN.SKK, With Perfect Fit, —<-|AXD —c— that will At Figures* H.C. Please All. LtdiM like to Me the New, it end FIneit In Horne llecoreHone. The Easiest way to •«• thorn Is to Call frequently st our tmtabUshment, whother you wish to buy or not A. J. HOWELL (htcsgo's Dig Festal aer view. W Asm nod in ClTT, Nov, 84—Third Assistant Postmaster General Basan any* his report will show that Chicago and New York are running a clove roc* on postal busine**, aud that this branch of th*service is making a splendid showing for the west g* aer ally add Chicago in particular. Rah bed sad Murdered es a Train. WAWAW. Nov 34-Th# dead bodies of i two passengers found in th* Vienna mail ; tram Thursday on lls arrival at Kutno, I have twea identified as those of cashiers , of a Warsaw bank* who were traveling to ' Berlin in charge cf rands amounting to There ie so clue to th* person or person* who robbed and murdered th* Petty MMI a Deadly Wisps# I‘iii IA UKLPHI A N >v. 34 - William A. Cl*-1 cjr, ii year# cli, an employe st B id a iu’» Loooino’iv* work*, was atri-ck on iii* bead la-t W'edeeaday by a puce of p<Uty. thrown by Mathias Worley. Cum y was uh rn to th* Hshaeman bos-p tai, w bere he lies in a critical condition. Worley ha* b en .(muted. TMK PIM KST Ilk ATRI. Radiant Home, Wast the Dsmoersts Bewsesd. W asjiukitom Citt, Not. 34-The Mary-lan l Republican dub (rf this city has adopted resolutions requesting Secretary Tracy to discharge ail Democratic rove m*u ;u the Washington navy yard. Th* flub ho* also prepared Ital* of Maryland Democrat* in the government service wh s* discharge* will be demanded. Muftis!sd * Deputy Marshal. Jackw(xvi11.k FU., Nov. 34—A sp*«ial from Webster says that Deputy Marshal Manaus! last range was shot aud instantly killed ther-» Fr. lay by R K Burford, whom Im tried to arrest for violating the postal laws In sending threatening letters j and postal cards through the ms I 1a Moritz. Julius H. Raible Recti! er, Importer and Wholesale Dealer in WINES AND LIQUORS. Having removed my bual urea to my uew building between Plata and Btije Stree t. I shall devote my to the Ne. 116 Fourth, entire aile ut ion WHOLESALE SALES Of *11 kind* of Wines and Liquors, where ill DEALERS to tin* if I ii terr *1 lo I’utHiaae ti cir Supplies it will fl-1 b Fatal k- »ult mf a Draahee Raw. Dx I'M UT. Mich., Not 24 —H. M, Du-i*>t«, *hovtlcr at the Higuland Pork hotel, iliad eatly Haturday morning from th** rff* ct# of s pi* ol wound intl!* jaw, infix .ad during an altercation with Howry Hull, a young farmer Do bola wsvdruuk aud llulL who I* locked un, cl t.ut* he acted in eeif-defease. Strictly Wholesale Prices. The Largest and ever brought lo thin mem Keinldivbf.Nl. Most Select Stock o* Fine WINES and LIQUORS ti tv—»ii baud,—* id n complete Hauling iLpari-Call and Examine. TMK HEIT BARD COAL RAHR BC KUK It. Super lor, Danby far VIM Ftweidaet. J Washington Cm, Nov. 84— Th# Pari says that Minlstsr Denby will bu be re-j e*U*d from China, and that theft- la talk of making him th* vin# pres!    c.,n didate of the Democrats in INUSX nu: WMT ne It r GGT COK («TD VK M ADF. PIRK ll AC hi WARRANTKD Pott Pl VK I KAKA. A. HOF FI ANN, IOO nod Kit E. SECOND HT Violated Their Agreements Cong, Nov. 84— Fifty ■cameo and firemen on th* packet v*o*«l* Gian mere and Cormorant bar* beeu sentenced to on* mouth's I rn prison mo in for breaking their art idee of agreement nod joining a sink*. Lewis Lye, th* iowa ill an Sqa* ga**. Month* al, Nov. 34 - Louis Off, tho Canadian Sarapaou, Friday morning broke the world's record for putting up dutu<~brl!» by rnulng 109 pounds with on* bund, shoulder to *rn*’* length abow shoulder, twenty at mu ti tee* He niso held I08J4 pounds it arm’s bog lh. Rraakleg Up ll Hell Mitts. Ch a blk* row st, W. Va.. Nov. 34 — United State* Marshal Whit* and hi* de po ti ca have arret ce*1 forty-th re* "moonshiners* In the atom ain (Manti*# of this district. Marshal A mt* is doing much toward breaking up Illicit dUtliii ig in this stew. A Savings Hank Closed. I ITI sr I KLD. Mas*, Nor. 34—On ae-c lout of the discovery of a worthies# lot* for ll ii. OKU, Chan man Chapin of th* state board of saving* bank commissioner*, place I an injunct iou on th* Block-I bridge haling* bauk Frid*j morning. closing lh* institution until after * bear-J lug Jan. ft. Ree.« vs red RI.OOO D*%»*g( A I Bun u Nttf.m. Ilia, Nov. 84—Rciiecea .-■, a domestic, recovered 9!,(JOU dam-i age* from William Coiaw, a wealthy ; farmer, iu a suit for defamation of char* outer. Cotaw charged th* girl with steal* , ‘ag a sum of money. Julius H. Raible, 116 Fourth, bet. Belle and Piasa sis FALL GOODS! Over IOO bead of cattle and Lu rues have died in Oregon county. Mo., from a disco** that baffles the skill of wterlaary surgeons ARDTHRK LOV Off CLOTHS, WORCESTERS CASSIMERE}, ANO JUST MCRI VRD FOR ALL WK AH. ACM) A TI.NR Ult UP Cloth for Over earn* a KOU FAIX ARD WIST UL r t 'RnppiriMr a lffw Modo JLI# JLJ JLw ws^ JL» JLAdkvAvi ar si # ;