Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 10, 1890, Alton, Illinois
A!.TON DAILY TELEGRAPH.
VOLUME 30.ALTON, ILL., FRIDAY EVENING. OCTOBER IO, 1H!KI,
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HiKKISON AT OTTUMWA
Iowans Give Royal
the President Reception.
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rom own price.
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The Magnificat Structure rail ef la-' tercet te the Chid Magistrate—Owe-enter Metes* Kpf.ch ef Welcome sad the Response by the President, la Which Ile Fays the Iowa People Some I'retty i'winpllmeats.
Om MWA, iowa, Out la —It waa I o'clock Thursday morning when tits pres-Identtal party reached this city A detection headed by Hon. J. G. Hutchison,
| Senator P. Q. ItalllngaU, president of tbs O: i urn wa Coal pa laos, met the presidential party at Galesburg and escorted bim to Ottumwa. It wa* due to tbs forethought of Superintended Wilson and Manager Bishop that a pleasant night's rest was afforded the president by that train being side tracked at a quiet little station near Ottumwa until daylight Ottumwa's Greeting
Despite the early hour al moat the entire populace of the thriving young city of Ottumwa turned out to gruel the prest d<nt and rousing cheers were given tbs ruler He waa recognised on tbs tear platform as the tram gilded Into the depot A moment later tbs booming of can non commenced Ottumwa's welcome to the chief executive and the Jolifioalton of the day was fairly begun.
Haets His Mister end Brother. lo this city resides the president's older sister. Sally, the wife of J. T. Devine, an old el ti*.-!, and real estate and Insurance man. John 8. Harrison, the president's grey haired older brother, who ie in the real estate business In Kansas (Fity, met the party hero, and from the depot be and Mr. Derms escorted their distinguished relative to the Davilla' residence, where ii e family breakfasted together. It is the intention of the president's brother to M-company the party until Kansas City is reach*!, where tbs former will be the guest of bis brothsr John.
VV esther Didn't Mar the Cerements* Kirly Iii the forenoon the weather became unfavorable and rain began to fall.
1 bul It not seem to dampen tbeeuthosiasm of the Iowans, and certainly did not eerl '*u»iy mar the ceremonies of the occasion, which took place under tbs roof al tbs Ottumwa Coni palace and tbs Iowa Industrial ex (lost! ion. At IO o'clock I'mal- I dent Harrison, under tbs escort of Hob. Horace Ii mss, governor of Iowa, and (fell-slot I*. G Railings!!, president of the j Coal palace, was escorted through that un.que but magnificent building To tho the president coal palaoe was full of interest, sod his surprise and admiration were thoroughly evidenced by bls numerous inquires.
Th# Teal I* a I ace.
The palace is an imposing structure, tai fret iii length aud ISO feet lo width, the main tower being WO feet to bight It bas an architectural character of Its own, and with its battlements and tar n ta of jet reminds one of the frowning • owl ire of feudalism. In thf tower is th* Stage. ;»x30 fest. aud the main bail, with I
for the : rdial w«lc inc extended bint, and said bls visit to the state would be remembered through bis life.
After tbs conulestou of th day's ceremonies the president was dr em lo the home of w. T Frat on, a former resldt-dent of Indianapolis and a personal friend, sod died at bls bruit fcfecratsry Tracy Rod Mr. Halford also (hued with Mr. Fenton.
Ottumwa at lo o'clock
ATO A KICH Limy.
An Irigh Fisherman’* Helm Claimants for a Huge Sum.
The presidents train left
Th ural ay night. REPARATION OF A KNAVISH PART'MUI
THE TARIFF FEELING ABROAD.
Cental Geaeral New’s OylnAi Regard tug the Situation Wash I VOTO* City, (Jct IO -Hon John C New, consul general at Loudon, who is la the city for a visit of a few days, In speaking of the feeling abroad over the new tariff law. says: "There is not so
much dissatlsfaotion over the law in England as there is tm tbs eontio.uL The British merchants aud manufacturers are vary conservatist and straightforward. The nsw order of things, change of forms In Invoicing sod the like Incident to the change of our reseau*Astern, will be irksome to them for a while, but It will not lake long for the new machinery m> get in smooth running order. There is no loud complaint In England over th# McKinley bill. In Germany and France, however, a good deal of clamor bas arisen, but it will soon die out.
legislation. In any event we could get aion* much better without their prod nets than they can without onru Amar Kau cotton, wheat and meats are a nee •"•Ity across tbs Atlantic. Rut com meric will go on as usual. The retails Hon talked of is all bluster."
Re IlUeppeaca a Teal wry Ago with the Kirm'ii Cash sad at Hie Heath In Ut, Luau Ma Ii es a Tertial Hot ll ut Ion lur Ilia Bel Ady by Leaving ( aah anil Lota tor Ilia O.d Fartuee’s Heirs—How ll Usa Grow a from a Small Amount.
Balt.m iie. Ort. to.—Mn*. John I’ow era, of I aurei, Md., a grHitddaughter of one John VVel«h, lays i attn to a legacy valued at #,V»0 VWO, now bel ! in trust by the archbishop of HL Louis for the heirs of Welsh. Oue hundred years ago John W.'lah god John Hfullangtky owned a fishing boat in pMrtnerolitp In County Kilkenny, Ireland, aud 'ividrd the profits equally. Walsh waa married One morn lug Welsh found that hie partner, as Mr. Welsh's dele u (anis of to day al-ie;a. bad disappeared with ail the inouey of the Arm. After the lapse of a century this moory, which Mal-
The Fatuous (fillrnpie Soft COAL dell vercHi at five vninuteH notice iii any ut lh© city. Burns to a Clear Gray Aah, no Clinker Cinders. tot Soft Coal iu the
to car^,,.rtn.m SS* * »'dd to have , .km. turn, up a* I
ry ut say go-aniled retaliatory a legacy valued at 15,0 »V"® and held by
Uke Archbishop of HL I,nos for the heir* I
of Jobu Welsh. It ie the MCU (notation of J
J* ara. abd repro . nu tint a small portion 1
of the fortune left by Muilangthy at his I
Mad. RewtlttttleM at III. Death.
Before his death ii ie stated he wished to make some restitution to bis former partner partner and friend in Ireland, ami that he left some ca-h and several blocks of land in Bt. Li»uI* as a private trust to be given to the heirs of John Welsh. Biabo* Ko»etta, ol r t i> nis, and two Catlinite priests of the name city were aku 0 I ae executors Claim la bow mode Mi the legacy by Mrs. John Dowers, s granddaughter of Jobs Webb. who lives with her daughter. Mrs. J & Dr >wn, at Laurel, Md. For yeare she has known of the legacy, amt through all thaw yews • he and her bust*u.1 ami their children hare w orks I indefatigably to wean the fortune they (whey# due to them. Mr. Dower* died leat November. Mr. I’owere and one of her eons weut to Ireland some years ago In search of i*vl deuce to prove ber right to the fortune bbs and ber husband removed to tit, buna and passed ten years in their et forts to rntebllab their cisium Then they returned to I ta hi rn urn utterly discouraged and disheartened, but moonily Mrs. Dowers bas aet ure-i new evidence and once agam ber hope of »nc<e*e has taken a rise Ex Henator Hioe. cg Arkansas. bsf taken the case iii hand. Ile has associated with him a New Oilcan* lawyer and they bare promised lo prosecute tile cum with vigor
Mute* Meet Ie Protest.
Boston, Oct. 1*1 —A uumber of deaf mutes assembled in the veatry of the
Church of the Oms! Hbepherd Wad nee day night and went addressed In Ute •Igu language by several prominent mutes in protect against a recent pro-mulcted theory of Fpdeaaor Alexander Graham Bell. Mr Bell bae declared that the offspring of congenital deaf and dumb parvtt'a are almost certain to ia-hetit these defeats, and urges congress to pus* a law preventing their in termer nags It hail I wen announced that a de lane would take plat;*, blit Hit argumenta appeared to be ail on one tide— thai of opposition to Mr. Heil1* theory— a>.d lh*- SS.V. rn bl agt we to enthusiastic accord with all tbs shakers.
Marriage of Brast na It man'. Sen.
Mulish, lite., Ort IU—Miss Anita Dvtrt, the elder daughter of the Hon. Charles IL ttecjre, of ibis city, Illinois' conmifestoner to lh*- world's fair, was married Wed delay evening at 6 o'clock to W.Ii.ain Owl cit Wiman, eon of grws-lus Wi luau, of New York. The service wa* livid in the Congregation, church, aiel the Her. Dr. Chariot L Morgan performed ceremony Afterward a reception was held aijOverland, the residence of Mr. an I Mrs Tbs re The couple left on the Ii I o’< fe lt train for Chicago, and alter a few days they will go to their new homo < on Staten bland.
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am •‘.Hotly Urst-olaa#, folly warranted and tUlI only medium la prim.
Arn the heft la the werld, and bare led all ethers for year*. Over ate. The people am bound hest* Md will time none bot
Oar prime are the lowest either time payment* or utah tonier* prefer.
Coll and im gi, or wend for Coto-Iognefl and full iniurinatioa.
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233 State Street, Chicago.
"St- Louis House, 018 A 018 Olivt
Meadow |U* Piper
Alton, Ills b>r:um a .eating capacity of from I VWO to ft, IR*). On cl thor aide of the main room or nave of th* building are the •piice. above and below for the exhibit.
of the ouic surroundingcouutic and from aboard.
The I •renteai*. C«ami*««,
At I' o'clock In the afternoon th* public cer« mosts# of the day took place In the pres* tire of an entbb.la.lie audler.ee of shoat Pi,(MO j wop I.. After a haw preliminary won I- of welcome to the prtmid.nl, Hon. P 0 liallirg&ll, president of the Coal palace, introduced Governor Horace Bite., who formally welcomed President Harrison to the state of Iowa.
Got mow Ho Im' Word, of VA* tau a* a.
Mu I'it em dent. In behalf (rf th* people of Iowa it is my pUasaot privilege to wet come yon to oar •tate, to extend th* hospitalities of her cill sen* aud (Mara yon of our appreciation of the distinguished h< nor y»« confer upon us in consenting to twcom* our guest for a brief pen.*I Permit me to say in your presence to the audience that bas assembled to greet yon that they are favored with an opportunity enjoyed by the subjects of no other govern meut in the same degree an opportunl if to meet upon equal terms, the chief magistrate of a mighty nation, who de-rive. hie portion from no accident of battle nor reoil of devastating strife, but instead thereof as a voluntary offering from a free, independent and mud llgent people, of whom they have the honor of being • part, (Great applause J It ta to me. Mr PiveidenL a tomes < f sincere delight to be able to Perfect FU vail your attention to the evidences of [ cultivated taste and superior skill displayed in the erection and adorn tent of this bssulifui palaoe in which we are abl*- to entertain yon. You will observe, too, In the generous exhibit, of agrlcolt ara! and mechanical product* with which that palace ie AU*), the evidence of that prosperity for which vt rn people ar* ■mo rel/ thankful, and of which we ye Jokily proud [Applause ] Assuring you of lh* loyalty of the citiaens of the •tale to tbs principles of the government of which you are the recognised bead, and of their high regard for yon. person ally sa well ae politically -1 now have the pleasure of introducing yon to this large assemblage of our people,
Gee. Harrison Bepile*
After th* enthusiasm which greeted the president's appear.non t sdte .mewLet SU bolded. he responded to Governor Boles’ address in a brief speech, thanking the Iowans for their hearty welcome, and as Suring them of tbs pleasure It afforded him. He said it woald be ^appreciation, and, indeed, ungrateful if bo wore not moved by the gene roo. sod spontaneous well -(ne which bad greeted him in this brief western trip. He saw ta tbs welcome lender* d bim s loyalty and respect of th* great American people for that gov* i eminent of which they were tbs only sovereigns and which had attaiaad such a high rank in th* galaxy of asthma. Tho president congratulated th* people of Iowa on tbs phenomenal progress ah mb they bad ma it aa * state within th# psst de* ados and was gratified by tbs avt-dsncea «rf prosperity which he observed on every baud. In the unions and mogul flu* ut structure (tbs Coal palace) which was Justly the pride of tbs rill of Ottumwa, he saw deco uueirated not only the ins* hausttble mineral wealth of the stat# of Iowa but also an architect-ara! triumph and artistic culture which were a credit to the ever advancing St. I Hawkeye state [Applause ) in conclusion the president again e*!«-ud*d thanks
V' -ii--f I
a A Allen was addrt-Mod by tbs lion. Themas a Reed, speaker of tbs bouse, and the Ht s. Henry Cabot Lodge Hfwakvr Heed was received with throe diet re. Hts add re is* defended tbs priori pie. of majority rata Mr Lodge de toted his attention principally lo eulo cising Congressman (Jrsenhalge of thus district, and to lh. bill with which bi* own name is eon netted. The meeting closed with cheers for lh* candidates amt the party.
Ill* St.Bg* Is, XlMlratk* u»*(g.
ARRANT, N. Y , Oct. la—Dr. Charles F. McDonald, who bad charge of the execution of Kern rn tar, sent bt* official report to Governor Hill. Dr. McDonald is of tbs opinion thai Ketnmier's death waalnatao tan <•«) ii a Th* doctor argue* that deal ii by electricity is far more human than hanging, lie recon: ma ids the construe lion of a building In the central part of the stat# where all the execution* should take place and where electrical plants specially adapted for such work should ba maintained
To Look After Ike Manitoba Crofters
New York, Oct. IO —Among the passenger* on board th* Cl'? of New York, which arrived Wsdnaeday, ira* Dr. Gavin Brown Clark, in ember of par!lament far County Caliban**. Scotland- Dr. Clark com** to American* a repritentative of th* Highland league of Kirtland, to inquire Into lbs condition of th* crofters who recently emigrated from Scotland to Manitoba. In pa* I lament Dr. Clark has beqp a b a i log advocate for home rule. not only for Ireland but for Scotland also. »
Nu* Ready far C'tteeta
Dis MOIN ta Iowa, Ort. ta—A dam of twenty-four was admitted to th* bar by th* supreme court Wed newt ay among them being ob* young lady, Miss Lily Kostomlatsky, who passed a remarkably good examination Miss KwtomUtaky •iudlad law in tbs "(Boe pf State (feaster J. J. Moan at of D*!l«pialua. Sh. ta the second woman to be admitted by tbs au pretne oourt aud wilt at once begin proc-tit*.__
Fire la a'iAed School,
London, Ort IO.—Tht historical sud fsmonx Bi use oat school building In this cl y was dUcoeared on fire Th* lr# department responded promptly and succeeded la extinguishing th. flames before eof aurum# damage had beau done to the interesting ediflCe or Its co Ute ut.
Myer Bdl Mr Anlia*- Metck.4.
NKW OMXAX a, Oct. IO—Th. directors of the Metropolitan Athletic club, of this city, anuonace that Billy Myar and Jack Mi Aalii# are to fight iu the riuh |u January for fit, loo a ride, a po im of 15,0110 ami the light weight cgiampioushlp of the world. Five ounce gloves are to ta* used.
Th* Disaster at Dupoat'a Wilmington, Dei, Ort Uh —The correct ital of dead by th. explosion at Dupont*a powder wo(ks Tue%1a. foots up Juet sloven Beside these D unison, theta-
(luces, aud four others are considered iu anger of dy i g
They (to Not Uluiini Ie >k. Sp ring, Ira La.
Cl NCI NX art, O., Oe< IO—C. K K Hinger, of eleven, O , has experimented until be now has s bed of stravt U-rries that ripen ta the folk Ile plant, ikern like any other Strawberry, only later, so that they bloom IO the UIL
Th. >»• York (rn*mw
Wamiinoton Cut, Get Iii—The aeneus office is in roo* tpk of daily report, from special Agent (JI<*ott, ako ti watching tho taking of th* census in New York hy bt# police. If M< Olcott is convinced, a* so agr'A of the department, that tike method, used la laking the eeu.ua were not ancb sa to warrant the MietiM of the ceupua office, be wtU undoubtedly advise that th* Gemma office do nuthiug more in the matter of th,- New York oen.ua If the 0*0on* sow being taken only show* •orb an increase •• may be sceonuted for by the return of tourist*, san,, nothing will ti* done by tike government. It wllT require S abow mg of a large increaM to atar* a new count *
American Hoard a* Foreign MtMlnn* .
Minneapolis, Minn.,(Jot to-The eighty* Oral annual meeting of tho American Board of Foreign Missions opened bore Wedneslay afternoon. Th* day waa spent in hearing the reports of th* various committees All missions were reported la s flourishing condition. Th* whole number of elm rob member* received ainus the board began work, eighty one years ago, is I It. IAK__
•sri for a Hers* Race l'»r»«.
Cincinnati, Oct. ta—Kinaen Stone, the raring man, flied to Covington, Ky , paper* in hi* snit against the Washington I’ark club, of ChltAgo,for flfiooa lie claims that hts horse Kiogaman won the Hyde i’ark stake for 8 year-olda last July,
I Hit that tbs association ha. failed to pay over the money. J. IL Brewster ««* served with notice at the Latonia track Wednesday.
IH.ekarg.d the Printer*
Ftll River. Mara, Ort la—The Delly Tribune did not Umos yesterday morn log because of trouble with the printers, At attempt was mad* to discharge three
Journey tin'll primers and file their places Lo apprent OM. The chapel declined to work under such condition* and were paid off and diecbarged. The entire union fores is oat.
— THE OMA »*t .rXCT-
Combined Coal and Wood Cooking Stove Made.
IT HAN KY ERY MolMKRN INPH VI Mi.VT Aud for osautjrof finish. Smoothnss*
of ( astlax. PerfscGon of i>|**ratlott 'impurity un.I i.uraWiity, tm* Klsgnat ESov# Ntauds rre-snitnent
PITTS & HAMILL,
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KEW Yoke, Ort JO—A special cable to a sporting imper from I roo don Wednesday I says: William O’Connor, the champion ! oarsman of Amerism, posted gux) u thsNl first depoalt in bis match with Kemp, which wa* arranged in Australia, The I m.toh is for I’ri a side and la to be rowed In America Iii March.
Steady ie t iglu IN. “Neap.rial.”
KEW ON LE A NL Ort la—The articles of agreement for th* fight to a finish with Ofe-o'tuev g .<>«** bel w -an Jack lh rn pray and Bol ort Fitsalmmo is for a purse of fit (Md have U-eit sighed bf the Australian an i forwarded to Detupsay for his signature.
(■■tenter ef the Paper Car Wheel Deed.
HriUNOriELD, Mara, Ort IO—Richard N. Allen, of Ciavstand, Ohio, who died of heart failure on Tuesday is ti at city at tbs ag* (rf M, will he buried here. lls wa. th* iuvonior of th* paper car wheel aud president of the Cleveland Oar Who#! ooe>patty, of Ci.vojsad, wb -r* he had acquired wealth and honor. In rarlyltfe hr was * pioneer engineer on the Conuectiout Bi vet railroad.
Ne Collocal flgnlOcaaa Whatever.
f/iN tx'N. Out IO — Minister Held boa captained to tbs French .foeernm^nt, by directions from Waahingtos City, that th. reception (rfthe s-unpfs Ie Part*it* Amit-toe ha* no polit teat *igntflcanec whatever, aud that tbs i n si state, hi*tit* friendliest feeling toward the Frt-uch republic.
Wee Ike Xr*si*rk*t.
Lox Don, Oct. IO —At Newmarket 1'hura-day the race for th* Clvrwriteh *Uke» was won by flgeo, with Alicant., the French male, «rr<»nd, aud Judith third.
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